35 Burst results for "Both Occasions"
A Moment of Praise
"Hello everybody, the subject to sour is criticizing children where you criticize is a good or bad for you. And praising children. I added that. I was only going to talk about the critique part. I was criticized and it dawned on me at a very early age that the criticism was accurate. I didn't like hearing it. But it was accurate, and I spent my life fighting that accurate critique. And it served me well. Oh, actually, you know what? I don't think I ever mentioned this. I was praised. I think I'm one occasion. I'm not being cute. I think on one occasion, we were sitting in synagogue, and there was an appeal for. A man who had just had a horrible accident and was blinded. And they were making an appeal, and I told my father raise your hand and tell them that I'm going to give. I don't remember what it was, a dollar, $5. It wasn't more than 5 if it was 5, it was a fortune. And he said to me, you have a good heart.
Were You Criticized by Your Parents? Were They Right?
"So I have mentioned to you on a number of occasions. And I might add one more preparatory word, and that is that I talk about just about everything on my show. It is in that way a different show from others. Everyone has his own role to play and in the areas that most concern him and they all concern me. So I have mentioned on a number of occasions that everybody on many occasions. I mean, this is one of the themes of my life that we all have to battle our natures to be a better person. Better in every way, a better human being in terms of character, better human being terms of professional worker as a wife, husband. As a parent as a friend, in religious life, if you are in religious life, in every way we have to battle our nature. So I mentioned that my father, many occasions, told me that I was lazy. And I never thought he was wrong. I was annoyed that he would tell me. I admit it. But I never thought, what is he talking about? That's absurd. So my question for this hour is, were you criticized by a parent, and it turned out to in fact help you? Or were you criticized and it was harmful?
A List of Constitutional Violations by Joe Biden
"You'll notice that we've had politicians and professors and people on TV saying we should scrap our constitution and start all over again Joe Biden is violated the constitution repeatedly He's violated separation of powers with his executive orders And on more than one occasion the courts have had to stop him Joe Biden has sought to spend money that has not been approved by the House of Representatives Joe Biden is a violated our immigration laws Joe Biden is trying to pack the courts his party his party wants to pack the courts His party seeks to pack the courts by adding members to the Supreme Court His party wants to destroy the voting system in violation of multiple parts of the constitution And yet all weekend long it even today We hear about once more Donald Trump is the problem because he wants to destroy the constitution
The Timeless and Enduring Things
"Well, I had that, I never co hosted, but on occasion I would appear, for example, with Larry elder. And I just remember thinking all of my memory of names and numbers is irrelevant. Do you remember that? Well, yes, especially with a living Google. So it was so such a joy to be. You know, collaborating with Larry. You say I'm a human recording device. He is a human referring device. Astonishing to hear him. But you know, another thing I noticed with doing timeless is that so I'll first say that my goal as a host, I have two principal goals. The first one is to provide really fact rich news stories to people. Like I want to put a lot of facts in people's arsenals so they can walk around feeling more informed. But another thing I want to do and this is why I named the show timeless is I want to turn to those more eternal, unchanging truths about life that are nonpolitical. And it's so funny because I know that you like me prefer to talk about the time listen enduring things. And it's just so funny because when I'm filming timeless, I can't wait for the news to be done. Like I can't wait to get to the part of my show where I'm talking about things. That was the hardest challenge. Ultimate issues. My first years, I just said, call in on anything. And I loved it. I loved it. We would go from the most personal issue to some political issue to some religious issue, some philosophical issue, American issue, international issue. It was great.
Lord Conrad Black on the 'Disaster of the Midterms'
"The midterms quote the disaster of the midterms. Are you saying that the American people consciously willingly rejected that recitation of successes? No, I'm not. What I'm saying is, and this is what I must confess. It shocked me. And it does to some degree depress me, but does not make me a defeatist. I believe the political options that you and I and no doubt most of your listeners broadly share will succeed. But there is a setback here and I put it in these terms. The fact is that on two consecutive occasions, two years apart, the American public effectively preferred Biden to Trump. Now, I want to qualify that. I think the 20 20 election was a very compromised election. I think the handling of huge quantities of harvested ballots that could not be verified leaves great doubt about whether the result that emerged was an authentic or an honest one. But that's not the point. The system works as it works. And Biden emerged as the president and two years later, despite the fact that three quarters of the people thought the country was heading in the wrong direction. The polls were quite accurate. So if they were accurate and predicting a close race in Pennsylvania, for example, they were also accurate, I think, in showing that three quarters of the people disagreed with the way the country was going and about 60% of them had had a negative view of the Biden presidency. But that was effectively offset to make the midterms more or less of a draw. It was effectively that by the ability of the Democrats to sell this monstrous fraud that a vote for a Republican was a vote for Trump related violence and chaos, bad character and bigotry towards certain groups. All of which was false
Biden says climate law has 'glitches' after Macron criticism
"As he hosts his administration's first state visit, President Biden is acknowledging French concerns over his signature climate change law. Amid the pomp of French president Emmanuel Macron's White House visit, differences over trade shadow the occasion. Macron and other European leaders say incentives in the inflation reduction act favor American made climate technology and while he applauds U.S. efforts to fight climate change, the subsidies would hurt European companies. We want to succeed together not one against the other. At a joint news conference President Biden said he makes no apologies for a law he wrote, but there are glitches. There's tweaks that we can make. Macron says the nations will re synchronize their clean energy efforts, Sagar Meghani, Washington.
Elon Musk's Twitter Will No Longer Allow the Left Free Rein
"In terms of open and public online debate, conservatives have spent the past 6 years or so essentially underground. This is not so much a complaint as it is a statement of fact. Like working out with extra weights makes you stronger, the added difficulty has led to a number of extraordinary developments. When conservative metal was tested, we rose to the occasion and made some incredible advancements. One example would be distributed networks that can't be shut down by zealous governments or banks. We also developed new techniques for getting the conservative message across. It's widely recognized, for example, that conservatives excel in both humor and political means. At the same time, pundits and thought leaders on the right have become extremely skilled in debate. A field we traditionally fared very well in, has now become an area where conservatives absolutely dominate. So now that Twitter is in the hands of Elon Musk and he is rolling back years of leftist bigotry, conservatives are reentering the field, looking like technically accomplished veteran verbal conventions. Meanwhile, for the past few years, the exact opposite has been happening on the left. Instead of engaging in debate, they were more than happy to run conservative speakers out of town with threats of violence. They also censor and cancel anyone who they even remotely disagree with. The life grew so used to always having their way in the public space that this made them much weaker intellectually. Their shocked at the fact that they might have to actually abide by Twitter's terms of service now. They can't instigate violence. Andy, no, who's been physically attacked. Had reported threats of violence to Twitter, made by members of antifa and Twitter did nothing. But now that Elon Musk is at the helm. He's assured Andy that this will no longer be allowed. The left is so used to be able to getting away with anything. Well, we tiptoe around them. But the tables have turned. Now the left is fearful. In preparation for the midterms, many notice that Democrat candidates always ran from the debates. And when they were successfully coaxed onto stage, they fared horribly. Yet their campaigns managed their social media and put up a facade on the ground. This might be more difficult for the left to pull off in the future now.
UK royals traveling to Boston with eye on environment prize
"The prince and Princess of Wales are making their first overseas trip since the death of Queen Elizabeth II in September. The troops and occasion that Prince William and his wife, Kate, to show the world as much about who they are not, as who they are, with their three day visits to Boston, a couple hope to demonstrate that they aren't the last remnants of a dying institution their foray is focused on Williams initiative to find at the next generation of environmental entrepreneurs and will be supplemented with trips to an anti poverty program, child development researchers and local flood defenses. I'm Charles De Ledesma
Chrissy Teigen Has Eyebrow Transplants—What's Next?
"I know Chrissy Teigen recently posted her face, which was tough to see. It's a close up. Posted her face showing how she got hair plugs in her eyebrows. Did you notice? She went and got a procedure. In between traveling with her husband John and throwing the giant tone deaf Squid Game dress up party the other day. She went to a guy, I love to see her date book. I really went with the shit she does. She went to a guy who fixed the eyebrows that she plucked their shit out of as a teenager and a young model. And since a lot of that hair never grew back, she was sick of always coloring it in, so she had the hair from the back of her head plucked out and got it transplanted into her eyebrows. I didn't know this was done. I wish they would have used their pubic hairs for this to make her look even nuttier than she really is. But there were so many questions and comments to make here guys, but can I just start with this? Hair from the back of one's head keeps growing. Especially with a woman. Whereas eyebrow hair doesn't quite grow at that speed or length. Now, can you imagine getting up close and personal like John on occasion does whenever he's not sleeping over and boys down? And seeing that face that shrunken apple of a face and not only seeing the cheek implants that she had put in, then taken out, but didn't quite take all of them out. Let's be honest. Plus the nose job she copped to having. And the lipo and the full on bonding dentistry that she also copped to having done, can you imagine seeing a few dozen long eyebrow hairs snaking up her forehead? I mean, how Howard use of her?
A Prayer for Gathering When Relational Tension Is High
"This holiday season, even if you don't know what precautionary measures to take when it comes to your family's relational tension, commit to praying before you gather. We have a very real adversary who is committed to destroying families. John tintin. Saying hates to see guys children enjoying and worshiping God by gathering, rejoicing and celebrating, but Gaia's given us victory over the enemy. And we need to fight back with our spiritual weapons, while remembering our battle is not with flesh and blood. Ephesian 6 12. This holiday season, if you do nothing else, remember that your family members are not the enemy and put on every piece of God's armor, so you will be able to stand firm against our real enemies attacks. Finally, pray at all times and on every occasion, ephesian 6 13 through 18. Let's pray. Jesus, thank you that you have promised and secured for us perfect union with you and our brothers and sisters in Christ for eternity. Lord help us put on every single piece of your spiritual armor. While we live in this broken world, full of relational tension. Help us stand our ground by putting on the belt of truth and breastplate of your righteousness. Lord let our feet be ready with the good news of peace, your gospel provides. God let us take up our shields of faith to protect us from the fiery darts of our enemy. That help us put on our helmets of Salvation until wield our swords of truth. 13th or 17th. Lord, help us remember that our battle is not against our family. Or we pray that you protect our family, got our conversations, and make this holiday season glorifying to you. Jesus, will you give us the wisdom to navigate the holidays with grace and kindness that reflects who you are to our family and those onlookers who watch how we interact and wonder if you're worth following. Thank you for the holidays and reminders take the time to give thanks for all the blessings. You pour out on your people. In Jesus name, amen.
Rep. Scott Perry: Rep. Kevin McCarthy Still Needs Votes
"I want to switch over to the house where we know that Kevin McCarthy has already passed that first major hurdle to become Speaker of the House, you have had there's been reporting that you had a private meeting with McCarthy earlier this week. What can you tell us? Well, I have had numerous meetings with leader McCarthy, who seeks to be speaker. And as you know, Todd, he 36 members did not vote for Kevin McCarthy. And why that's important is because while he got the nomination, he still need 218 on the floor and two 21 or two 22 -36 does not equal to 18 and so I've talked to the leader on numerous occasions. We started our discussion to actually back in the summertime and I said, look, the status quo is not going to work. It's unacceptable and we've offered we made some offerings back then of some things that we thought would empower members and take some authority away from leadership and we were padded on the head as you can imagine Todd and sent on our way. We revisited in the fall. I just was back again and I just told him I said, look, we can't negotiate with ourselves. We're not going to be put in that position. We can't be the simultaneously the buyer and the seller in the same transaction. So we've offered, what is it that you're offering? And look, this isn't some kind of transaction where you give us a couple of positions on something. We want members to be empowered. So that they can represent their districts. As you know Todd, there hasn't been an amendment on the floor in 6 years. How do you represent your district when you can't even offer an amendment, people can vote against it, but you ought to be able to have a say, even if you can't have your way and
"both occasions" Discussed on Truth For Life Daily Program
"Give him some candy. Go on, go on, give him the candy. Which do you want? Which kind of child do you want? You want a child that says, would you like some? Not a child, that's like would my mother says, I'm supposed to give you a candy. What kind of congregation do you want? You don't want to congregation that's responding to the manipulations and promptings of a vehicle of a man's voice or whatever else it is. No, it's all grace. It has to be all grace. They gave themselves as a result of his grace. And finally, am I clamoring for the privilege of serving the saints? I got this. And I don't know what to do with it. I think I could give this to somebody, is there a place that I can give this, and there's a place that I can share this? Is there a place I got so much junk now at this stage in my life? I might as well start offloading most of them. I mean, if I drop dead today, I got a problem from my wife and everybody else. It's so much junk. I'm a clamoring for opportunities. To give to the saints. That's the test. But here's the wonderful thing that Paul does. On both occasions, both in 8 and then in 9, you see what he does. Although he says a test and he says, I hold up to you the Macedonians is an example to test the sincerity of your love. He doesn't, he doesn't end there. Where does he end? He ends with a grace of the lord Jesus Christ. Where does he end the 15th verse of chapter 9? Same place. Thanks, B to God for his indescribable gift. You see, if we want to grade on the curve, we can set ourselves up or down depending on who we want to sit next to. It depends if you go in the E stream of the C stream. I mean, if you're in the C stream for Greek, you may be at the top of the C stream and feeling good, but you should be thankful you're not in the B stream, 'cause you get in there. You stink and an a scream, you can't even exist. And we can look around and find a way in the packing order of humanity, even in relationship to Christian things, to determine that we're fine. Paul doesn't do that. He holds it up as a test. But then he turns their gaze to Jesus. Do you realize what we're saying in that song I found a friend? To the tune of how deep the father's love for us, let me finish by quoting to you the verse that we all sang together. This is what we said in our song. I found a friend or such a friend, he bled and died to save me. And not alone the gift of love, but his own life he gave me. Then it turns, responsively. And we said, not that I have. Nothing that I have. My own eye call. I hold it for the giver. My heart, my strength, my life. Let's just make it even more telling. Not that I have my own I call. I hold it for together. My house, my cars, my portfolio, my all. Are his. And
Prince’s Girls Battle It Out on the 4th Anniversary of His Death
"But listen, today marks the fourth anniversary of prince's death. Can you believe can you believe it's been four years? Oh my God. You know, I know, I mean, I knew the guy and I knew him pretty, pretty well. So whenever people like that die, it's a, it's a weird thing for me and I always have to make the death or the anniversary part of the show. But I will say, I'm pretty sure prince would be disappointed to know that the occasion is being marked by one of his former collaborators, apollonia, the beautiful apollonia, she's been ripping Sheila E., a new asshole. Sheila E., the drum, the drum playing former protege of prince, we all know her. Glamorous life, that whole thing. I didn't know that apolloni and Chile had a thing, but they are not happy with each other. And this is all coming to a head on the fourth anniversary of prince's death.
No. 4 Michigan beats Michigan State 29-7 to stay undefeated
"Blake quorum runs for a 177 yards and a touchdown as fourth ranked Michigan throttles Michigan state 29 to 7 trailing 7 three after the first quarter the wolverines went on to score the game's final 26 points quorum did his part carrying the ball 33 times to help Michigan rack up 27 first downs in a two to one advantage in time of possession The wolverines improved to 8 O behind an equally impressive defensive effort Michigan state tally just 11 first downs and crossed midfield on just three occasions I'm Denny Capp
Ahead of harsh winter, tourism roars back in Mediterranean
"Travelers are returning to the Mediterranean countries and tourism is booming thanks to a strong U.S. dollar and public demand after years of travel restrictions Among countries to beat annual record revenue halls from tourism are Greece and Portugal Stelios who left his job at Greece's Central Bank to offer boat trips around lesser known Greek islands describes the current situation as much welcomed People after COVID after two years of frustration and probably putting some money aside they decided no they should have occasion And I think the income of the budget willing to spend rose The stronger than expected comeback is a blessing for Mediterranean countries facing high levels of debt But the rebound may also ease the continent's tilt toward recession I'm Mimi Montgomery
The latest in sports news
"AP sports I'm Tom Miriam The defending NBA champions played the team with the best regular season record in the NBA last season It turned out to be no contest as the Phoenix Suns routed the Golden State Warriors one 34 one O 5 AP's George Tanner has the details Devin Booker led the way with 34 points and 7 assists Mikhail bridges and jock one Dale each had 17 Andre 8 and 16 sons scored 13 unanswered points in the third quarter to improve their record to three and one Steph Curry led the warriors with 21 And they had a bit of an edge out of that moment that nearly capitalized off of it Elsewhere in the NBA the thunder won their first game of the year over the clippers one O 8 94 The wizards topped the pistons one 2099 The pelicans etched the Mavericks one 13 one 11 despite not having Zion Williamson and Brandon Ingram Trey Murphy stepped in and stepped up with 22 points Guys are willing to step up and we got a lot of guys on our team a lot of depth So you know it just shows that we're teams resilient like I said last year is carrying over into this year NHL the avalanche edge the rangers three to two in a shootout and a gold standard duel The abs Alexander georgiev made 44 saves plus three more in the shootout and his first game back at Madison Square Garden after 5 years in New York It doesn't get much better than type shoot out where And the building the building is awesome I brought a lot of good memories The rangers Igor's historic and stopped 42 shots plus two in the shootout Also on the ISO record setting night for Phil kessel The golden knights forward set a new mark by playing his 990th consecutive game and marked the occasion by scoring his 400th career goal in a four two Vegas win against San Jose The Devils bedeviled the red wings 62 as desperate brought scored two goals Other NHL winners the bruins kings flames crack and coyotes wild and black hawks Baseball the Miami Marlins hired skip Schumacher as their new skipper replacing Don Mattingly who managed the Marlins the past 7 seasons Tom Arian AP sports
The Arizona AG's Office Is Playing Games
"The Arizona Tony Jones office is playing games. And I want to ask why. Why are they doing this? Why don't they just follow up with this information? Well, I think I know the answer. And that is that burn of which was given multiple opportunities. Not only to review this evidence, but to see 2000 mules. I know for a fact that he was offered the opportunity to see the movie on more than one occasion and he essentially refused. He didn't want to see the movie. Now let's think about if you're the chief law enforcement official, wouldn't you want to just see the movie make up your own mind decide if it's credible decide if it requires any follow-up? No. Bernabeu made a political calculation that he didn't really want to get into this issue. Maybe he thought he would be accused of election denialism. Maybe he didn't want to be lumped with people that he thought not me, but others who he thought were extreme or thought were kooks. Who knows? Bottom line of it is he decided to pass on this issue. And I believe this cost him the nomination for the Senate. He could have ridden this issue all the way to the Senate. He would be in the U.S. Senate after a November or actually after January when he would take office. Instead, he's a has been. He's on his way out. He's, I guess, gonna go into the private sector or maybe do some law enforcement consulting. Who knows what? So the guy is a loser.
Alex Jones Ordered to Pay $965m for Sandy Hook Lies
"I'm okay if people want to call in and disagree with me. But I think it's absolutely repulsive and ridiculous. That Alex Jones has to be listening. The families have been awarded $965 million. Let me read the article. Since the jury has awarded $965 million to the families of 8 victims. 8. Not out of victims. Not all of the victims, but 8 victims of sandy hook elementary massacre in one first responder. A resolving a lawsuit that began in 2018 over Jones claims that the event never occurred. This is my thing. He can believe what he want to believe. He can say whatever he wants to say. Now, when that turns into people being violent and everything, okay, there's going to be punitive, there's going to be some punitive action taken against you. However, I do not understand how they got to that dollar amount. In December of 2012, a 20 students and 6 adults died in the mass shooting at the newtown Connecticut school. Which is obviously the sandy hook school. It says Jones claimed that the victim's families in the first responders to the 2012 tragedy were crisis actors on multiple occasions asserting that the massacre was staged to push gun control. Jones generated hundreds of millions of impressions on social media with his false claim about the event, the plaintiffs sought a sum of $550 million to match the total views, his claims received,
Stephen A. Smith: Sports Has Vision Into Other Territories
"Now you're still going to be heavier ESPN morning show no Without question without question I'm never going to leave sports unless they want me to leave sports They know that I fall with the spot to do more than just that That doesn't mean I need to leave a book Just on many occasions some that you like that some situations that you didn't you know sports has ventured in the other territories other areas And even though I've had my opinions I guard the industry per se I just think it's okay to castigate folks just because they think differently than me or other people I just think that's weak You know state your position Statewide Have it supported by facts and then listen to somebody else's debated and then walk away shaking hands and understanding that we all got to come together and some capacity There's no reason to be disagreeable just because you disagree It happens
"both occasions" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I'm Lance lucky in New York. Also this hour residents of Kyiv are marking the anniversary of Ukrainian independence, even as the country remains at war with Russia. Plus early voting has ended in New York in primaries for congressional and state Senate seats, we'll hear from early voters, and if you didn't make it out, you'll just have to vote on primary day Tuesday. Our news headlines are coming up. Live from NPR news, I'm Janine herbst. Another U.S. lawmaker is in Taiwan this time, it's the governor of Indiana. Eric holcomb arrived in Taipei today as part of a string of high profile U.S. government visits to the self governed island, and piers Emily fang has more. Holcomb says he will meet with Taiwan's president tying win then head to South Korea for more meetings. Holcomb's visit follows House speaker Nancy Pelosi's tour earlier this month followed by a second congressional delegation last week. China has been infuriated by these closer U.S. Taiwan ties and is mounted sporadic military drills around the island. China's ambassador to the U.S. called these visits a quote political provocation. And pyrrhus Emily fang reporting. Ukrainians are gearing up to mark not only 6 months since Russia launched its full scale invasion of the country, but also 31 years of independence from the Soviet Union. Both occasions fall on Wednesday this week. From Kyiv NPR's Julian hadar reports, Ukraine's government is marking the dual events in a unique way. At first glance, the carnival atmosphere in central Kyiv, hundreds of miles from the front lines of fighting would not seem out of place on a sunny weekend. Thousands of pedestrians stroll on the main boulevard, some sipping lattes or licking ice cream. What stands out is the Ukrainian
"both occasions" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"Question before we go, take us back with you to Turin, primo Levi's hometown. We've just sipped around the countryside in a fear. It's a hot spring day. We're in need of a refreshing snack where are we going? My favorite thing to do in Turin is and you can eat brilliantly anywhere in Italy. It's not hard. There's no point to be saying that there's good food in Italy. That's not a surprise. But there's a nice cream chain called Grom, which is a really unpromising name for an ice cream chain. Sounds like a Burnley defensive midfielder that it really does. Or like to sort of bald Dutch. Left back, Grom, 33, spent his entire career at villain tray. But anyway, it's an ice cream chain, which normally I disapprove of. But there are locations throughout Turin, and it's really hard as you're walking around a city before the game. You've got the beautiful piazzas. It's a beautiful city too, and it's really underrated in Europe. It's hard. You can sit and have a nice coffee, you can read it at a Della sport. You can soak up the atmosphere and within ten minutes. There's a Grom. And a gelato from Grom is a key part of any visit to Turin to watch Juventus play. One in the morning, one in the afternoon, one in the evening just before the game. And if you're lucky, there's still one open when you get out of the alliance. So yeah, I'm going to and I'm buying. The four visit to Grom day insurance. That's a dangerous game. That's the dangerous game where we have there used to be two groms in New York City. One actually right down the street from mister dinner he's the official Everton bar that also recently shut down during lockdown. I can't tell you the number of times that I stumbled out of the bar after a savage ever to Los. Staggering into a Grom for a scoop of stretcher teller and the side of mint chocolate chip made me after will to live just happiness in a little blue cup with a wonderful font. Sadly, both occasions closed during the pandemic, so just another reason to travel to charade. Oh, to take the bite off some vicious Everton misery. That's all for today. Rory, you are a wonder and a remarkable human being genuinely a joy to be with you. Thank you, mate. Always a pleasure. We'll be back on the first week of April, to talk about the quarterfinals, follow Rory Smith on Twitter, read every one of his New York time articles. Each one an instant classic, reveling the football on paramount plus double P until then courage. Karaji. Finally over some of our. Something about. Was the first time for your. Love sometimes..
"both occasions" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Cards rescinded. He has praised var afterwards, saying it did his job properly. Let's look back on those moments. So in the 25th minutes in this game, it was a strong tackle from the goalkeeper. Well, Alice includes the ball, Alison has only eyes for the ball and follows through. And the fact that the forward is so late and coming across them means that there's not quite enough they shouldn't even have been a foul. It was a straight red, but it was checked and changed to a yellow, and then we see this very late on. And this was a bit of a crazy moment in itself, or in stoppages. Again, Alison gets to the bolt with the key as Alison on both occasions has gotten to the bowl first comfortably. And then the forward has run into him. And the reason the forward has been caught, the first one with the book, and the second one with the first, is because he's come running and lead. You know, I'll give you a great example. If I'm a fallback and I'm playing a ball down the lane and the forward comes across and a player and he hits me, you know, you don't give a card to the fill back, do you? I think two similar positions. Alison has played the ball, and then the opposition has made contact with him. So two great decisions from the referee. So that's you and Allison happy with the referee in that game. You do feel load Jill's at Ecuador a bit unlucky in this match. Well yeah, if you just look at it on the paper, they're going to keep being sent off for I mean, I think you could have easily chopped my tables cuny as heads on that challenge, even if there's a slight touch on the ball first. And then I think in a Valencia played in really well with Alison on the first red card for Alison in the sense that he knows that he's not going to get to the border tour a lacuna in the other incidents. And then he knows that once I listen to this kick to the way, I listen has to bring his leg down. If he goes underneath, then obviously there would be contact. And I think the referee, you could see why you get a bit red straight away. And then once he's reviewed, I think he's a yellow for sure. But yeah, he went very frustrated in the end. They got a gold that I think counts a lot for them. They solidify that third place in the table. And it would have been unfair for them I think to lose the game on the back of all those incidents with red cars and van everything. So I think the draw Indian was good for them, even if it had been sent off after 26 minutes, maybe the rest of the game would have been different, but still, I think all around it was the right course from the referee. Yeah, it never missed a common ball qualifies. There's always some drama to talk about. And of course, lots of good football to be seen too. Tuesday's schedule looks like this Bolivia taken on chili, Uruguay Venezuela, Argentina will take on Columbia let's see if they can finally score a gold Brazil Paraguay and Peru against Ecuador and there's more.
"both occasions" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"But I think that everybody who is going understands that this is not a particular snub to cop 26, he hasn't actually left China since February of 2020. He didn't go to the United Nations. He delivered a message by video link both on both occasions. He isn't going to G 20 in Italy in Rome, which is regarded as a key precursor event to cop 26. And he didn't even go to kunming to open a cop 15, which is the biodiversity cop, conference of the parties, which China was hosting he delivered that also by video link. So it noticed though he'd been getting around the world glad handing everyone but those who will attend cop 26. He just hasn't budged. And so it's very, very unlikely that we will see being in person. And what's unfortunate about that? Is that although Biden and Xi Jinping have met in the past, they haven't met since Biden was elected. They've talked on the telephone. They have a scheduled virtual summit before the end of the year. But that's sort of the warming of the personal relationship can't happen virtually, and that is a pity, because on occasion, on big moments for the world, personal chemistry has changed things. Thinking of the meeting in Reykjavík between the USA and the USSR, which triggered major arms control. So it can happen. It's not going to happen in Glasgow, however. But, you know, a lot of other things can happen in Glasgow, and I think that it's not the end. It's not the end of the process that Xi Jinping is not there. How much does that allow the other difficulties to worsen when it comes to the relationship between China and the U.S.? It's only a matter of hour since Joe Biden told Southeast Asian nations at the U.S. will stand with them in defending freedom of the seas. The new U.S. ambassador to Beijing has already said that China is the United States biggest competitor. It doesn't set things on a any kind of remotely hopeful footing, does it? There is quite a lot of shall we say unfortunate language in the run up to cop 26, one could add to that list, the fact that the Brits have made it very clear that the Chinese are going to be squeezed out of contracts to build nuclear power stations in the United Kingdom, which the Chinese were very keen on. They put a lot of money into point C and they were very much hoping that they could have the experience of going through the British regulatory process, which is a kind of kite mark for power stations for their own model power station, which would mean that they had a much easier time selling it in the rest of the world and just this week. It has been made very clear that that's not going to happen. So there are a whole bunch of things that are negative factors in the relationship of China, both with the United Kingdom and with the European Union and with the United States, slightly on the positive side the trade talks that the U.S. and China have been holding whilst as I think robust, which means they didn't actually come to blows. Pragmatic candid and constructively were called. So that's a fairly fairly strong language in diplomatic terms. But the readout from both sides was rather more positive than, you know, talks on almost anything have been with the U.S. and China for several months. So given that the first phase of the trade agreement has not been a great success. That's the one that Trump negotiated and it comes to an end in January. There is room for some improvement there. But I think that in geo strategic terms, we're in for a long confrontation with dangerous flashpoints and we're going to have to learn ways of living with and managing that. Perhaps the direct conversations between Biden and Xi Jinping will at least put management systems in place. So we don't find ourselves in a live fire fight because of an accident. But none of that is going to is going to be in place, I think, before cop, which is which is imminent. Isabel Hilton, thank you so much for joining us on Monica 24..
"both occasions" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"Actually I think was the day that Lucy made her debut. And you're right, because I was actually at York that day. And I was there in the Windsor when he came back and frankly, obviously, leaped off. There was no danger of not doing that. The old flying dispatch. And you could feel the love for this horse. As you looked around after the race, people were rushing from all directions from all over the fire to get that position next to the winner's enclosure to see stradivarius coming back. And I think that the gold cup at Asuka's and Frankie said hardly anything about that after the race as you say. Where is on Saturday? He was quick to find a research for being beaten, although it was another job apparently. He didn't say anything at all after the gold cup. And I think it really hurt, I think, because it was a chance to do something very special. On Saturday, I said, ask it. And I think Frankie knew that he was part of what went wrong that day. Again, I'm not slamming. I'm not saying. Pregnant always had a dream McKenzie slams Frankie editori has calls him Mario Mario the plumber. From Nintendo. He would be ridiculous. It was just a race that just didn't go right. And it was one of those things where you all do things every from time to time. When at the end of the day, you look happy I really messed up there, doesn't it? I think in the case of the gold cup at Asuka, the after effects of that race was so horrible that Frankie, you couldn't bring himself to say anything at all. He has still been one of the greatest jobs of my lifetime. And may continue to be so. But the fact is the gold cup didn't go, right? And nor did the race all set up, but it certainly does not make predatory anything other than a racing legend. So come on Frankie. We realized buying back the wind there. You're buying back to love the French. Desperately buying back his love. Yeah, on the day I now remember I was actually in for you. I was presenting and Lucy was on with me and Lucy had been there the day before at York when measured for one that was kind of like the first time that people could actually be at the races. And so you want to be there and you were working there for us as well you were working on Lizzie, and you were sending through your commentary for us. And it was a fantastic performance from that day to beat Spanish mission. And it was an even better performance. You could argue in terms of distance doncaster. He's metric and twice on both occasions that he's metric. It's come on, true chance favorite grand. They ducked each other in the gold cup at ascot. They ducked each other at Goodwood in the strada various lined up and ascot. Didn't true Shen lund up a Goodwood, strawberries didn't, but they've now made it to the twice and on both occasions. Has had his favorite arguably favorite ground and on both occasions. Has pulled clear and won by at least four links. So he comes with a slight asterisk warning in terms of your anti post. Betting balance that if you do want to back them, I'm not going to stop you. But it goes without saying that the ground has to be the proviso for him. Let's talk about the typical British champion sprint sticks. It may not have been champion jockey title for William Buick, but he has enjoyed the fantastic season and it did take two to tango. And without him, we wouldn't have had the epic battle that we had with oshin. As I pointed out, so we have creative force back in the winters and closure at ascot. He'd already won the Jersey stakes. They were quite annoyed, but the fact that they couldn't go for the Commonwealth cup because geldings aren't allowed, running that race, so he had to stretch out to 7. And back at 6, he wins. And I love this horse. I love the fact that there's so many social media updates from godolphin John or John godolphin one of the other who shares so much about him. And it's great to see that. He got within two lengths of starman. He went to Goodwood and was probably expected to win that day, but Ken Ross is very much back and forum. He was only three links off and Maria Anna. And he beats last year's winner and shield by a length. And there was a part of me wanted to put up Glen shield as the choice selection, but there was just no form there this season. So full credit to Archie Watson and Holly Doyle for getting a great tune out of him. But create a force much the best horse on the day. And as you say, has proved to be a good horse at 7 films as well. 6 furlongs is where you want to be, isn't it? If you want to go down in history and create new force, yeah, he cemented what has been a brilliant summer for Charlie appleby. And what are you doing? And full creditor William, who has developed in the last two years into an absolutely top class world class jockey now. He's been a very good jockey for a long time. And what a decade ago, John goldston recognized that his essentials had this job with good dolphin there for several years. And he has helped take them to another level. I think William not only is a very fine jockey, but again, like a shame, a tremendous communicator. He conducts himself beautifully. And he's thought for his bright he is extremely dedicated as well. I first met William when he was about 12 years old with his dad born so it was a good trader and shocking himself in Scandinavia in the past. But I think he conducts himself beautifully. And his interviews are always done in the start of somebody who has thought everything through beforehand. You're never imagined that William would say, oh, yeah, I haven't done my homework there. Or things didn't go according to plans. I didn't realize that that might happen. He knows. Before the race takes place, William knows everything that might take place. And he has been a tremendous asset to the dolphin. And creative force, what can I say about the horses that ran in that race, except that the 6 film or the group won 6 furlong division this year has been very exciting. You've never quite known what was going to happen. But they had been not in terms of abilities, but in terms of results rather like a typical 6 fell on Saturday after an handicap, haven't run these races ten times and you get ten different winners. It means it's been exciting to watch, but I think it's been hard to predict. But well done to create it for you. Along with half a dozen other horses, this year has proven themselves to be a top class. 6 films. The trouble is we don't know who the best one actually was. Well, they keep eating one another. This is the problem. We can weak out whether it's they come to Ireland to compete or it's a big group one in the UK. They just keep beating one another. And that's not a good sign. Now, it may very well be that with a winter on his back. The fact that creative force is a royal ascot winner and as a run so well in other group ones that with a winter on these back that he will just strengthen up and they'll be more of him, although I think he's quite a small little thing. Willing to be corrected on that wouldn't be the first time it would be corrected. I suspect he'll head to maidan. They have a new 7 for a long race over there, but there's also that option for Al sahal. Say we're confidence. You'll just about get away with it. Whatever they decide to do with them..
"both occasions" Discussed on Racing Post
"Three with the others dumps fever five nine two two roy took five to one chillier. Eleven to gun icy say hong kong harry. Ten ball came away. You go picking up for that one bruce. This is my my mccart here today. I'll get myself one every week going and this is it this week i just. I just couldn't couldn't crack one toll already right okay. So cave gives a poss- a dj not a tactic that we've seen you deployed often swinger apps it. Everything goes okay with the for massive so canning to there and he gets no every week here. We go exactly exactly. I do like one of this under. I tink am. If you're playing four places like like i would. I would straight dan. O'connor straight if chillier. Finish finishing the first four here. Like jaw guaranteed to run his race and his air form like he's running air twice this year over mine. Okay and finished second both times straight at one point one two and one point zero five in those two starts looking all over winner. Just didn't get the job done. And it's one of these bruce. I don't want to think about d sometimes. Okay did he douglas. And and you know just kept put on both occasions. He was on front street before line. So there's no possible way. Horses can know exactly where the line is known afternoon on no passed away. No exactly what lightness. And don't try and time your the whites. T- can't really say that you know true in detail just like yards from the line was beating short. Hadn't had i think he's joe's property being a little bit of luck even last pontefract. You know again. It's coming up to the line. Looked like he was gonna win. Ons was just take off. Ninety seven is a great record. Air race suits. He's just absolutely guaranteed to finish fourth getting four places each way to to here and hopefully this is the date when he sticks his neck out on. Actually windsor is splendid. Thank you gents. That was an uber is next year. Football crazy then racing posts new podcast could be just for you. Mark langan's bets clubs brings all of the best football betting insight from racing posts top football tipster as well as that mark will be joined each week by friend from the betting community to god listening through their best bats city. Search mark. langdon beds clubs on your podcast up of choice and listened today. Welcome back to the racing post weekend. Post cost it's bruce williams david jennings and kaethe.
"both occasions" Discussed on Stacking The Box, an NFL Podcast
"I think you yourself flashes last year of him being talented. Obviously i admit. I sold on the eagles mostly because i just i had coach kind of a rebuilding phase right now and that might still very well be the case by the way is awful. There are very few things. I take out a week. One that i firmly believe. Here's what i firmly believe that a week one. The browns are really good. The steelers are the exact same thing they were a year ago. Atlanta's sucks and urban. Meyer is not making it to an eighteenth game coach jacksonville. Those are my takeaways. I firmly believe. I think philly's interesting but this is a real interesting game now. Coming up against the niners. The niners are very team. Super bowl contender. If the eagles hang in this game they lose but they hang in it. I'm and i think all of a sudden you might have a team here. You might be team. Cheer yanni nice job. They plowed atlanta. Nfc east nfc north. Better division go. Oh boy hand. That's actually really interesting. I got i got to say. It's a north still but just because of the packers and everything else. So that's why man. Because the packers i think the only team out of that eight eighteen group. That's any real like a real contender. Potential and i just giants with awful fitzpatrick hurt washington. And i don't know what the hell omega dallas man like. Agassi dallas going six and eleven. I tackled great. But they can't stop anybody. I don't believe in mccarthy so that division still not good. I'm a little bit of a buyer on dallas right now. Maybe i'm nuts but i think you're not. I don't know either. Weird team. If i if i was going to rank order those two divisions right now i guess i would still put green bay up top but then whoever number two is is you can make an argument literally for anyone can say the cowboys and i could fight you on it. Like who else are you gonna go. You know you could man. I mean you could go dal. Could maybe go philly. You could go minnesota even trash them like you could go minnesota. You could you could. You could not go chicago. I'll tell you about other than the nfc west nfc is awful. Tent camp is great green. Bay should be very good in the rest of that conference is just i mean. Nobody and in west of course is an absolute slugfest. Let's move into into the future and we'll look at an afc contender that actually has you. Most concerned tennessee's got to be at the tower. That list right. They are and since we talked about them. I'll go direction here but for the record. That's my answer right. Tennessee is absolutely number one. The that game with buffalo. It doesn't set off alarm bells but it. It raises a red flag. If you watched that did you watch a game for the record for the record. I didn't nazi any of aram. So i watched it. I watched it live. The bills had multiple opportunities to basically take pittsburgh out. They missed allen in the first half had a deep throat. Manual sanderson dethrone. Volt guys both occasions. Why am i mean. Wide open would have been walking. Touchdowns overthrowing pretty bad lampl both occasions. They're still at the half. It's ten nothing and buffalo. Just can't do anything in the game. And i think two things i took away from that concern me a little for the bills allen who i am famously was a critic of coming out of college and for two years was not good last year..
"both occasions" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line
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"both occasions" Discussed on ESPN FC
"It's not it's not made to trophy. Muncie tried to call us the formidable when they won the domestic. I'm not having that the community show. I never said that he never never it was. It was a pre season friendly. It was it was. Let's be honest. It's not a major trophy so sorry that dust david moses united an even david moses counters is a major trump so it's not a major trophies anyway monster this weekend. I don't see the the best team. i think. A lot of places. Still getting get and fitness after the years copper. Even the the go cup is wealthy stuff was worth so it's going to be An unfamiliar team. So listen you can't read into into human shield. Each one of those gains were teens at different stages of their preparations. I think that the clubs in the champions league tend to kind of prepare to peek a little bit later so they might be off the pacers and less democracy. Be head of steam. This although it's you know we don't state for farmers enough to. I think don't read too much this game also because especially after tournament. Some teams are way way off pace at the study season. So let's whereas. I always remember going back a bit. Nine hundred eight community. Shield charity shields. It was done asked. Hamad united three nil absolutely hamanaka's thinking going to dominate united. Won the trouble that season. So don't reach him watching the community shield because it often is a bit of a false flag for the. Ib you probably be in a see for pet to play the youngsters. As well and get some really talented one for leicester. However this is this is a game. I hear your your point about. It's a friend extra before them. After missing are so narrowly on championship qualifications. For the last two seasons starting the season well with new players and some very exciting ones like butts on daca buckeye somali like bertran. Even i think as as a free agent for the left side is is really signing from them could could be the season where they finally make the top four of the missed out on the chance because the biggest chains are the hard was really the last two seasons now. The big boys would be too strong. But i think for now. I think because. Jeremy volley the older until they find a replacement for variety which is latin replacement hurricane. I don't know how we do. I think i think lester missed the best chance the champions league because i mean i know it's start the season yet you countless on monday night muster Pulling chelsea in the top four. I think they've all pulled away. Certainly united chelsea and cincy pulled away this summer. Yeah i think the the rest. It's going to be so hard for anybody in the top lester. probably just. They pushed so hard. The last two years the final season on both occasions are distinct. Now i just don't see if pharmacies along the period of time if body in the world I'm sorry about it. Let's just missed the boat and of the champions league so volume has been playing. I don't think he can play his phone anymore really. I don't think he's still space but not like before. I think people have worked is game so he been playing with. Logic is with the bug. Three which i think again depending on watkins after the injury might go back to about four but we could see von d. and natural vonda and whose looks very promising volume perez who played together against victoria in and i think. Pr's where they started franz so clearly the idea and the over the answer to how do you make jimmy valdez. teed relevant. Your team still decisive and still important is by having a partner with him a front also james madison in those well harvey in attacking positions. I think if you get a really good season at madison the medicine be guard..
"both occasions" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Tried. I radio he is Eric. Carly And I'm Gerry McNamara. 866 90 red I good morning. Just looking. We had a the highest number of people traveling on Sunday that have traveled since February of 2020. Yeah. This is airline flights. People that went through T s a security 2.238 million, uh, still down from it was down 17% from 2019. But leisure travel is just skyrocketing to see American Airlines wants to hire what is at 1300 pilots by the end of 2022. What? What were the to find him? I guess the armed forces will provide some of them, right? People leaving the armed forces. But where are you going to find that many pilots overseas? I guess I don't know. I don't know. I don't know how many pilots are laid off from Covid. Still right? How many are out there? Out of work? Yeah. I just don't. I don't know what that number is. I don't know, either. It just seems that number just when I saw it seemed like a high number, right? Um, But then again, you think about all the planes I just, You know, flu this past weekend. And all the planes in the air at any given moment. Even during the low spot, So maybe it's not that great of a number, but I think two you're looking at a couple of things families are getting in their last minute. The vacations, But I think business travel is starting to tick up. We're probably going to see more of that actually into September and October, so next month will probably start to see An uptick and more business travel. You and I talking about how we both ran into delays. Um, I flew twice in the past. Three weeks and There were delays coming and going on on both occasions. Like I said, My last eight flights have been delayed an hour to three hours and I probably had Flights were delayed an hour to three hours. Maybe in the last few years, maybe two or three times. Here's your forecast. Another stalled frontal boundary in the South will bring several days of rains from the coastal Carolina's into Florida and then.
"both occasions" Discussed on Giles Coren Has No Idea
"You did a available then. That was good. Have you ever met anyone from northern. Spain like milan. That was embarrassing. Yeah ben lousy so he'll just go back and put in spain where it's make me look stupid so anyway there's so many things to say but but first of all that fancy every now and again. When the match got boring between the spanish the spanish the italian there was some of these outbursts of eggs. Coming it's coming and at the bar. Halftime was queuing up for the pines and there. There's lots of people in in spanish and italian kip. There you think there will spanish and italian and then they'll go as coming it's coming and then was interesting. The ground the spanish the italian fans all boo it. They booed the song. Could basically everyone is playing for the right to play england. 'cause we'll play denmark tonight and all that it hasn't happened it'll be three four zero five being like sleep fan so they keep coming and then the italians spanish together that because they hate to quite interesting. What was they hate. Being fans is pulling shop. I know it's when belabor i would feel faintness i'm way so but what was interesting was that was the second biggs and this ties into the fact that we're about to open up the borders and talk in the papers today about the tests and how they'll be different lanes heathrow for people to come in. I can come back. It'll go green by july. the nineteenth. We'll be able to go different all the testing we'll be rigorous and i'm saying will it miles 'cause i've been to two events england one day. International sri lanka and the euro semifinal in both occasion told me one of them. I wasn't double vacs yet. So i got the lateral flow tests on the app. Last night's one. I had the double axe remiss. My friend wasn't double taxed so he had gone to gone and got the floaters. Put it in the thing. You have to take a photo opportunity. You lose four g. Show to them. All of these got their on both occasions. Yeah we don't candy. I said i've just got the vast yemen. Non-cash non-cash through you come through. And i think they just that's going to be the same borders they make you go through all that stuff. And they're working on the principle that eighty percent of people do it and twenty percents. We'll we'll we'll just go and they will not test at all. Yes they are the in. Yes they have to was that a tigers and get..
"both occasions" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"Or high canada rabbit rabbit rabbit on july one. Twenty twenty one. I am hughhewitt inside the beltway. We lost a great american yesterday. Donald rumsfeld died at the age of eighty eight and he was genuinely a great american. The youngest secretary of defense ever he returned to the pentagon and with george w bush and dick cheney condoleeza rice and colin powell. They oversaw the response to nine eleven. Got a stricken united states back on its feet. Turn any future attack on. The united states reorganized the pentagon and endured donald rumsfeld. The great american dead at the age of eighty eight. He was often a guest on this program. And today on the interview. With hugh hewitt i will replay in full an interview from two thousand in eleven on his memoir and tomorrow on the interview with hugh hewitt. That's my podcast. I will replay an interview from two thousand and thirteen when the former secretary of defense join me to discuss his famous book. Rumsfeld's rules be posted at the interview. With hugh hewitt but a couple of excerpts from those interviews to begin today donald rumsfeld with me on the twenty second of february twenty eleven when his memoir known unknowns came out your assistant secretary for public affairs at the pentagon. Torie clarke turns to you at the end of nine eleven the longest day probably in your many years of public service and asks. Have you called. Mrs czar and you said you had not through that long day and assistant secretary clark had some choice words for you but you don't tell me what joy you don't tell the reader what joyce said to you when you finally did connect with doing sanded kinda got home you know after eleven at night and And told her story and said and she laughed and and she adored torie clarke and she said that it never crossed her mind that i would call her and she said she knew where i was. She knew what i was doing. She knew i was busy. And i knew where she was. She was the defense intelligence agency with a number of the defense attaches from around the world. And i can. Well understand tories as a spouse finding it quite natural but as secretary of defense when our country has been attacked and there were people in are building that were dying and and being hold out of the burning building. it it. It was the last thing in my mind. I happen to that. The great honor of meeting. Mrs run solve a number of times. I interviewed the secretary of defense at the nixon library in person and he was back again. On both occasions. I interviewed him and on both occasions. Got to meet mrs rumsfeld. And she's just joy they're both mid westerners at heart. He's from illinois thanked. His first job in government was as a legislative assistant to congressman data denny denison who represented warren ohio. So he actually knew a lot about warren. And mrs rumsfeld and fetchy mrs hewitt got along so well our friend donna. I can remember them sitting there in the front row as we talked rami like nothing better than to catch you in an error. If and we got along fine that if you've got something wrong about his book he let you know it. In no uncertain terms he was really quite remarkably came to the studio a couple of years later when rumsfeld rules came out heath urban the wonder agent with javelin in washington. Dc had gotten to find the right down rumsfeld ruled and it came back to the west coast and join me in studio. Here's a clip of that cut. Nineteen explain to people what you mean by age. Pick as and bs pixies well for whatever reason as understand what quality is and they seek it out and they tracked them and bs sometimes really are a little worried about having an around. Coffey might outshine them so these tend to hire bs or cs and the difference is enormous. One time i had a daughter come to me and said gee what do you think i ought to do. Or what business are what industry or what state or worship what company i said it doesn't matter go to work some with someone who's brilliant and you'll find that he sparkles he or she and that the people around them will sparkle and she said well like who and i said. Well herman kahn or bill. Buckley just find somebody in field. You're interested in who is really smart. And and what do you do for them. She said it doesn't matter what you do for them. Be around them. Meet the people around. Because as attract as you just mentioned the name. Herman kahn which our audience will not recognize when i went to work as a young man for richard nixon. Everything herman kahn wrote was hanging around san clemente because he was the first grade. Futures tell people about herman kahn. Well he became a dear friend. When i was in congress in the nineteen sixties we used to go to conferences together. And we've traveled to japan together. And what have you. And he was the person who was dealing very knowledgeably. It was a futurist. I guess he wrote the back. The one thousand nine hundred sixty s he wrote the year two thousand which then was decades ahead and it was a fascinating thing. He founded the hudson institute he was very knowledgeable about thermonuclear war. And the risks and the dangers and the concepts of deterrence a serious man on wise man. Funny man and a thorough going patriot. Donald rumsfeld that at the age of eighty eight in his friend. Dick cheney also represent the highest form of friendship that aristotle talk about when equals of ability become simply partners in the in the public. Good wonderful wonderful man..
"both occasions" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"And he was genuinely a great American. The youngest secretary of defense ever. Returned to the Pentagon and with George W. Bush and Dick Cheney. Condoleezza Rice and Colin Powell. They oversaw the response to 9 11. Got a stricken United States back on its feet, deterred any future attack on the United States. We organized the Pentagon and endured Donald Rumsfeld, the great American dead at the age of 88. He was often a guest on this program, and today on the interview with Hugh Hewitt, I will replay in full An interview from 2000 and 11 on his memoir. And tomorrow on the interview with you here, but that's my podcast. I will replay an interview from 2000 and 13. When the former secretary of defense join me to discuss his famous book, Rumsfeld's rules as well, Most be posted at the interview with You hear it. But a couple of excerpts from those interviews to begin today Donald himself with me on The 22nd of February 2011. When his memoir known Unknowns came out your assistant secretary for public affairs at the Pentagon, Tori Clarke turns to you at the end of 9 11 the longest day, probably in your many years of public servants. And asked. Have you called Mrs R. And you said you had not through that long day and, uh, Assistant Secretary Clark had some choice. Words for you, but you don't tell me what joy you don't tell the reader what Joyce said to you when you finally did connect with Joyce said that I finally got home. You know, after 11 at night, and, uh, and told her what Tory had said, and she laughed and and she adored Tori Clarke, and she said that it never crossed her mind that I would call her and she said she knew where I was. She knew what I was doing. She knew I was busy and I knew where she was. She was at the Defense Intelligence Agency with a number of the defense attaches from around the world and I can well understand Tories as a spouse. Finding it quite natural, but but as secretary of defense when our country had been attacked, and there were people are building that were dying and being pulled out of the burning building. It was the last thing in my mind. I happened to have had the great honor of meeting Mrs Rumsfeld. A number of times I interviewed the Secretary of defense at the Nixon library in person, and he was back again. On both occasions. I interviewed him and on both occasions got to meet Mrs Rumsfeld and she just enjoy their both Midwesterners at heart. He's from Illinois. Fact his first job in government was as legislative assistant Congressman David Denny Dennison, who represented Warren, Ohio, so he actually Know a lot about Warren and Mrs Rumsfeld. The veteran Mrs Hewitt got along so well, our friend Donna, I can remember them sitting there in the front row as we talked Rami like nothing better than to catch you in an error. If, and we got along fine. But if you got something wrong about his book, he lets you know it in no uncertain terms. He was really quite remarkably came to the studio. A couple of years later, when Rumsfeld rules came out, Keith Urban the Wonder Agent with Javelin in Washington, D C had got him to finally write down Rumsfeld's rules and he came back to the West Coast. He joined me in studio. Here's a clip of that cut 19 explain to people what you mean by age pick a zombie's pixies. Well, for whatever reason, age understand what quality is and they seek it out and the track them and and bees sometimes really are a little worried about having an a around because they might out chyna. So these tend to hire these or sees And the difference is enormous. Um, one time I had a daughter Come to me and said, Yeah, What do you think I ought to do or what business or what industry or what state or where should court company I said it doesn't matter. Go to work somewhere with someone who's brilliant and you'll find that he sparkles he or she and that the people around them will sparkle. And she said Well, like who? And I said, Well, Herman Kahn or Bill Buckley. Just find somebody in a field you're interested in who is really smart and and what do you do for them, she said. It doesn't matter what you do for them be around them Meet the people. They're around because he's a track days. You just mentioned a name Herman Kahn, which our audience will not recognize. But when I went to work as a young man for Richard Nixon, everything Herman Kahn wrote was hanging around San Clemente because he was the first great future. Tell people about Herman Khan. Well, he became a dear friend. When I was in Congress in the 19 sixties, we used to go to conferences together and we've traveled to Japan together. And what have you and he was the person who was dealing very knowledgeably. He was a futurist. I guess. He wrote the back in the 19 sixties, he wrote the year 2000, which then was decades ahead. And it was a fascinating thing. He founded the Hudson Institute. He was very knowledgeable about thermonuclear war and the risks and the dangers and the concepts of deterrence. Serious man. A wise man, a funny man. And a thorough going patriot Donald Rumsfeld that at the age of 88 And his friend Dick Cheney also represent the highest form of friendship that Aristotle talked about. When equals of ability, become simply partners in the In the public. Good, wonderful, wonderful man. Both of those interviews will play in their entirety at the interview with Hugh Hewitt, my podcast. Later today, we'll post one tomorrow we'll post the second moron Rumsfeld a little bit later, the headlines in the rundown here. The Heat wave caused at least 76 deaths in Oregon and Washington was tragic. 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"both occasions" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND
"Back on either. I guess if you if you twist and then put it back in but folded under your tuck it. I think you're fine. Ryan i think so we talk. I'm sorry i can't go out tonight. I have bred producer sandwich so yesterday my mission was have my very first speech day. It was a massaccessi. I felt great but we should have been there. You were messed elvis. You really were william to go pick you up. I said let's not bug him but today my mission is to get my very pregnant friend. Who was passed her due date to go into labour while i visit her so i have hot sauces. We're going to go on a little walk. Does she want you to do. I don't care. Frankly i was a bridesmaids. I feel like i'm close enough to really bunker. Here she is. She is so ready to pop. That i'm bringing to very very spicy hot sauces. And she's a chef. So i know she'll appreciate them is sign of a good friend. Someone who induces labor if you're past due miserable she's miserable. Spicy food is what made me go into labor. The first time with my boat. So is it like hiccups. Like scaring the crap out of her. Maybe that'll work too. Okay i'll throw myself in front of a car by scooby doo in the combined great. So maybe i'll godmother by the end of the day no she has not asked me again imparting myself on that i guess that's what friends are for scaring the baby right out of your whatever. Hey straighten eight. What's on your mind today. Well last night. I woke up at one fifteen and could not fall back asleep and i know a lot of people say well. Why don't you try counting sheep doing this doing that. Well i tried one thing and it didn't work and i'll tell you why no it didn't work. I tried counting backwards from one hundred. And i got zero like. Have you ever tried that. That's no no you're wide awake. That makes you more miserable. The fact that you got to ten. I'm like why am i not a slave lake networks. I mean we hear from sleep. Experts that the more you force it the less likely it is going to happen. You just have to let it happen organically and if it doesn't that means your body doesn't wanna sleep for some reason. There's something going on. Why hit negative numbers. So it didn't work for me. That's just obnoxious. Poor guy porn busy so many people are mad. That scary puts his bread in the fridge on text texting saying you put your brutal the fridge so either. I put it in the refrigerator. If i know. I'm gonna use it within the week or in the freezer. If it's now all year long time keep it out quicker. Here's an idea what. let's scary. Put his bread wherever he wants. He wants to cram his loaf up his nose. Let him do it by two loaves. And then i don't wanna have to another one right away so one goes on the user and then you don't explanation about where you keep your bread but even having this conversation fight my mom. I fight my mom to the death about this. Because she'll put bread in the freezer and then she'll take it out and just try to make it and then it's soggy bread because of little frozen particles that were on it. I'm like that but it does it thoughts very quickly. It really okay. So wherever you put your that your business breath you wanna put. I have these bread drawers. These are fabulous. You open the jordan. Has this plastic sleeve that you push back it slides open and close. So you're bred stays stays together time old drawers. I don't know if they're anti mold moulder from time to time. But that's keep my brand. If you have a problem with it. Please feel free to text. I can redmond drawers. eat as fast as possible. You know if we lived in italy we wouldn't have loaves of bread like that sliced up. We would be g. You go into the bakery fresh every day. And eating at that whatever's left over you turn into a breadcrumbs in your life. Hack to make peanut butter and jelly easier. So what you do. Is you take the frozen bread and then the peanut butter spreads easily and doesn't break the bread if it's a frozen piece and then you let it thaw and now you have a peanut butter joe sandwich soggy. If it thaws no and secondly. I want my peanut butter jelly sandwich. Now i'm looking for the future crossed the ball gotta lay it out and wait on it for a half hour now. The microwave their unquestionable. I don't care the right here. We gotta move on unquestionable lazy bands butter jelly by the rain already favorites. Like seven. Like seventy five dollars a sandwich. We'll do it. What's froggy why they're nice and round and they're the nice little little things on the crimp the edges donate twenty four. Talk to donator need. Are you calling him up. Bread peanut butter jelly sandwiches or inducing labor with france labor with a friend. Alright go ahead talk about it. The way past due and she grew up riding horses and we decided that we were going to take on a horseback ride. And you're didn't work later that evening. She wanted to lay her. You up to a gallup. You're banging your private parts. Saddle alley nice slow. Walk good rocking back and forth. I got horseback riding a a week ago and my ass still hurts so i think a baby is about to fall out of me. I did take your friend horseback riding. Anyway oh you know what speaking of your mom and your problem with your mom and the bread gandhi. No tell them what about your mom's dream. I find this fascinating so this has happened now twice in my life where my mother had a dream about something that i was keeping from her and she was right about it the first time she called me and this was years ago. And said yeah. I had a dream last night that you have a boyfriend and you aren't telling me she was right. I had a boyfriend for a year. Hadn't told her about it. I'd like to make sure that things are solid. Before i tell her number to my sister and i have been trying to plan this like really special trip for her and i wasn't sure if it was going to work out if it was coming through and it's only going to be my sister and i and our boyfriends and i hadn't told my mom about it and it's not like a huge secret you're trying to keep the note what's going on. She calls and says hey. I had a dream. You and your sister went to cancun without me. I don't know how she has these premonitions but she figures things out and so crazy. 'cause then i'm like yet actually we are planning on going somewhere and i didn't know if it was gonna work. We are not going to be able to take with us. This is how it's going. She knows things. I'm very concerned about it going. But this is not only your mom. I mean did you. You have dreams about us about the. Yeah like nate. what was it. What was the dream gandhi. And what happened. Did you ever dream that you stepped on something gandhi. Yes okay. i had a dream. I stepped on glass in nate. Was helping me pull glass out of my feet the next day. He stepped on a sea urchin which basically releases little shards of glass into your foot. He had to pull them out of his foot on. It was so crazy even told me about it. I gotta tell you it's an indian thing you guys you're connected to another plane that all of us the rest of us are not because you're more spiritual for different way. I truly believe that maybe. Yeah i mean yeah. I mean you're a descendant of mahatma gandhi. Hello obviously you're gonna dreams about nate foot. Obviously is this crazy. She was dead on on both occasions. So now i'm like well. I can't keep any secrets from my mother. I've really been trying can't do it. Okay it's like your mom's someone's to send a text. She has a mystical nanny cam.
"both occasions" Discussed on ChupaCast
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"both occasions" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"You're a person who understands what's going on here. It really is a personal attack. A very personal attack. Right, Jerry Mr. Speaker. The case against the president has not been made. There was far from sufficient evidence to support the allegations and the allegations, even if proven true, do not rise to the level of impeachable offenses. Mr Speaker. This is clearly a partisan railroad job. It makes me laugh. If that makes me a bad person, I'm sorry, but using Jerry Nadler's words against him. Are just too delicious. Let's check in. The phones are just happened today. Triple 86309625 Stam in Alexandria is calling Sam Welcome to the show, Did you Have a take on what you saw earlier today. Yeah, it was quite interesting. And I was so glad to see that The defense actually used Theo the videos and they did the stop portion Or what the house presented and then continued on with the rest of the speeches or whatever to illustrate, you know just how far off and how they really cut and paste to try to make their story. I'd like to comment on an earlier caller that discussed why he did not want or why he wanted the president. Be convicted on kind of is a rallying point. Don't want the president be convicted simply because of you know, it's just obviously a political hit job on him. But that being said in a lot of people quality upset. I don't want the president to run again in 2024. The reason being is it's much like we see in Virginia. We don't learn from past less. President is an outstanding job. I voted for him on both occasions, however. I think if we failed to see That his the way he portrayed himself his presidency and just his Let's say it. He was a divisive figure. I love the man. He's in New York er I get it. My wife is from New York. She got it. But people don't Didn't care for that. And there was a huge block that voted against him on personality, and I think we need to learn from that. Find that figure who's a conservative like he wasps. That Can do the job without Personality. If that makes sense, and maybe that's don Jr I don't know. No, Sam them. That makes great sense. I don't necessarily agree with you in the Don Jr discussion, But what you just said was perfect, and I'll give you an entertainment analogy in 1988 89 Andrew, Dice Clay was filling Madison Square Garden. With his unfiltered act, and he was in New York, who spoke like in New Yorker and people came and hooted and hollered and stood in line for hours. Andrew, Dice Clay's act from 1988 couldn't fill a tiny comedy club today he had to change he had to evolve. The moment for Donald Trump, which brought us unheralded prosperity before the cove. It came in was his moment and I can't stay whether or not 2024 will be the same for Donald Trump. Can't say if that opportunity is going to return it may I'm wondering, but I do know the party has many people who have their eyes on that 2024 price. None. None other than Nikki Haley may be among them another than descent. Ists may be among them and we'll talk about that. But that's a great analysis you brought.