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Disney World reopens, despite Florida's surge in coronavirus cases

On The Money

01:05 min | 2 months ago

Disney World reopens, despite Florida's surge in coronavirus cases

"Sound impossible, but it's happening. As Disney rolls out the welcome mat visitors amid the Corona virus pandemic mark, officials say they're doing all they can to keep the visitors safe. They're limiting the number of people who could even get into the parks. Parking spaces are farther apart. You need to check your temperature before even going inside, and once they're everyone's in masks, hand sanitizing stations and warning signs are everywhere and strict social distancing throughout the Reporter Matt Trezza, with Fox, 35 in Orlando. The Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom have reopened today. Cotton Hollywood studios will follow next week. Disney Reopening As cases off the Corona virus in Florida, continue to climb. Over the past 24 hours, More than 10,000 new infections have been tallied, according to Reuters. Even though we have in our cases here locally What? We're not being a point our hospital being overrun with in Busan, critically ill. Jerry Demings is the mayor of Orange County, Florida. In other parts of the state hospitals are running out of EU bids and across the country, virus related deaths are beginning to tick upward.

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"busan" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

Trailer Junkies Podcast

09:35 min | 5 months ago

"busan" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

"This is something where a formula into function would work for me like if if extraction follows the same template of six underground and it has like it has that beat at the beginning of Hemsworth dealing with the fact that. He's like on the outs with his command officers. Or whatever you whatever command structure that he's on top of that he was you know that he's trying to get out from under and then he has to do this. Do This job both to vindicate himself and to Save This child and to to earn money. It's like it's amazing kind of mathematics here with that though. I mean maybe an would know better or Indians known for Drug Lords. Are these Pakistanis? Oh God that's the second in between that racial war as two white guys or white guy a kind of white guy. Let's not. Let's not even wade into that. I know it's like it's like drug lords drug lords betsy. Ucla Nicaraguans and Colombians. Or something you know like or whatever like no. I will say that when I walk in to sweeten spice and I try to get my you know Indian homemade dinner away from home sometimes and there's always some Bollywood movies up there. I'll say every every nights in the French and an American twists. We're trying to do butter chicken today and I was like Butter chicken or salmon and then we went with. You know panics relaunch. So we're going to do better chicken soon. But yes we haven't actually had any Indian Indian food since since this Since the home corona virus stay cash for ASS. But when I go to this when I used to go to Sweden spice there's always bollywood movies on and their tons of like gang. Bollywood movies and drug lord bothers me so so yes it does follow in that but it is interesting to see this. Take on it. Where it's a ultra serious like the Bollywood druglord movies that I've seen there's some fierce action in some fierce violence in it but then there's like a little melodramatic kiss not kissing a melodramatic love story and then some dancing and there too so I'm a little thrown off by the whole how Bollywood works. I don't I don't understand it and of course I'm watching the movies in other in other language so it's just visually arresting so it's a it's a good time. Well I think that plays into what we were talking about? Trained Basan and trained Assam presents peninsula. But when you're talking about an international film that is very western in its visual and storytelling and Bollywood is very western in its name. They're trying to impersonate Hollywood movies. And when you consider it that way. It's like yeah. I mean. American movies play such an enormous role in the world movie market and I mean that in our travels to northern Europe. And just all the places we've been in such. We talk to people that we see movies. They've played in English because everybody speaks English. Right you know and it's like if you don't speak English well too bad for you. You know it's like it's so bizarre away but the train to Basan the Bollywood in Hollywood and all this stuff. It's it comes out of Lake that central core of Western cinema. Yeah we we watch troy in Greece in a small town in the country of Greece. Like wait troy. Not The one with Brad Pitt. Yeah the one with Brad Pitt. Oh okay okay. So we saw that in the movie theaters. You're in Greece Greece when we site that's amazing and we had just gone to. Who FEEDS E or we? We had done a trip to Turkey and where we came back and we spent some time with aunts family who had Move to a small town in in center of Greece. Like over the over the end of that smaller triple prong peninsula. So we're there with a family with the with their family their cousins and the kids were like. Oh let's go see troy so we went with the kids to see troy and we're like I don't know I don't mean that Audrey and bright no no not our kids like oh well before our kids. That's what I thought. Yes like twenty or whatever. Troy was it feels like it's twenty years ago but maybe something maybe maybe seventeen years ago but I was like. I don't want to go to the movie theaters and watch things in Greek and English subtitles. Like no no no. No it's Greek subtitles in. It's an English. We're in Greece watching an American movie in English with Greek subtitles. Two thousand four okay. Cool Yeah Sixteen years ago but yeah okay so extraction will finish up here net flicks definitely going to see a low bar entry so all Cova nineteen aside. This was already in the pipes. You're probably thinking right one hundred percent. Yeah Yeah I mean. There's no way they're coming out with this two months ago you're like Oh this is strictly for streaming. Because we don't know what else to do with Chris Hemsworth now. I think that is all in on streaming. They have a lot of money. I mean they have a lot of money. That's has a lot of money. And they have a lot of people and so funny because you know not to. Let's not tell anybody but I was sharing a Netflix Account. Before before we are locked out but the minute that we went on lockdown. I was like we need our netflix account. The kids and US Route. GonNa WanNa be on Netflix at the same time. And I don't WanNa be sharing with somebody calling us to tell Ted Ted. Here's the thing though. We share our NETFLIX account. With my mom and my in laws that's fine race fine with your mom and your in laws. Are you guys watching four things at the same time? Probably not right well. No but what I'm saying though is so Netflix. If you look at their terms and so on because I had Timmy Rita right now but what they what they say. Though is you could have in. I'm sure I'M GONNA screw this up somehow but you could have three log ins at once and they. I wouldn't say they encourage but like they don't discourage you to share with you know family and so on So you could have a multiple loggins and what I would say is me frank and my mom have all been logged in watching like the same shows and so one at the same time and we've never really had issue yes and and that's true and I think you guys aren't spread thin is we're talking about well if you're watching it before do three. Okay Yeah Okay and we're watching four just from us and it's shared with a few other people and they have a couple of people in their family is a company with another family. All right for Christ's sake thirteen dollars. So I let RJ RJ. Wanted to watch something. And we're we. Are you know we already had stream going and so I let her do it? And then we had to like call net flicks because they're charged US instead of giving us a free month and then you know it was a whole thing. But they did it. Oh they charge because you guys were like hijacking it. No they just charge us by accident. Oh and was and was looking at the CIA. The checking account she goes. Oh Look Netflix. Charged us. I thought you said there's a free for a month so I got on a chat with them and they're like oh we're so sorry we'll give you the free months in we'll set. It will change everything so they did that but but yes so. I think all this to say I think net flicks has done a gangbusters job of keeping the content flowing and keeping it going and I think Disney plus too. I think I think you know there's only going to be. I don't think every streaming service is going to be a winner coming out of this cove in nineteen. So let's get into that you wanted to talk about and it's so funny that I say that not everyone is going to be a winner because Qube to me is really just let me just do you have you. Have you signed up at all? Or do you still. I have not signed up and I tried to read the article. You sent me And as you scroll it to the article like it boots you out and says subscribe to whatever the Ramp Online. Yeah Online magazine. And I'm like I didn't even know what you guys are about. It's probably the first time I've ever been here. I just want to read what Tennyson so I read like until they booted me our so. I'll let you fill in the blank and I'll give my Prognostication guy as you go on so qube is a short form content media platform right. We talked about a two weeks ago. I think I think we talked about it two weeks ago right before they launched they had a little Promo thing and they're pushing hard on all on all the ads before all the youtube clips but I signed up for it and at the beginning of it. I was really annoyed by the shortness of the shows. And how much a.

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"busan" Discussed on Adult Beverage Podcast

Adult Beverage Podcast

04:37 min | 7 months ago

"busan" Discussed on Adult Beverage Podcast

"My favorite characters in the film I matter of fact probably two of my least favorite. But I think that that tells the story of humanity. And you know this generation's going on that's home and drive the story too. I would've loved to see the baseball player. And his girlfriend. His girlfriend layer. But that's not what the movies that would have been a big shift really bizarre shift or the sister. The one sister if I thought calling you all you onions. But it wasn't as fatal as the Old Jorge Romero ones where you know well at least the living dead. Why fucking sucks? We just spent ninety minutes watching these people fight for their lives. And they're all dead dad or return where the whole town is dead and that was funny so that was fun. I almost had to end that way. Hilario went out of the army. Inter- intervened. They had a contingency plan. Stupid Army you didn't think about rain. Do you think like beyond this movie where we already talked about. We didn't seem to find out if they could be killed like even if there's hope is it really hopefully. Yeah because they can't get over on anyway you know. I'm assuming they have to be killed. Why would the military be the stand there with guns? Because that's what they do right. What don't you think they would have? Flame throwers if guns weren't working your fixated. Yeah I think he should have lain well. Let's speak about her next film which claimed thrower social network. Okay that's our next film right. Okay and social it's networking and there's no flame throwers. Well there might be about facebook. Doesn't mean you're not going to bring that out. It is a Russian troll and eager vinik. Oh you know him I know him. Of course you do. You share political. They voted together. We WanNA thank everybody for being here. Of course it's our crew in You know we're excited about the next one but we want to make sure you get out there and vote raised. Oh No yes to make sure you get out there and vote in this election coming up here and also super go online and vote and put a nice little review for our film gains rate really not running for elected. Obviously we'll get. Yeah vote for Moore movie podcast. I think Sanders said yes I think. So yes we need more movie. Podcast Zolt beverage movie. Podcast more adult beverages. I've said it before and I'll say it again. S I know. It's like an old Jewish man in this very room. I'm here now. Our apologies to Bernie saying thank you for listening and make sure you check out the web. Any comments put it on facebook page facebook Eh. Our facebook directly mail letter heads can be found at complaints. Please reach them at Patrick. Shut up. And that is underscored and so anyway. Thanks again listening. We have fun listening and we'll see you next time. Thank you for listening to adult beverage. Podcast this podcast has been brought to you by our sponsors bricks wood-fired pizza where they bring people together. Be Sure to visit adult beverage dot org on the web to join the conversation access. The show notes. Discover our new fantastic bonus content. You've just listened to the adult Beverage podcasts with your host Patrick Lauren. Kent love this episode of Beverage. Podcasts had ever tuned Stitcher spotify wherever you might listen to your podcasts. To subscribe rate and leave a review. That's this week's episode of the adult Beverage podcast. Don't forget to join US next week for another episode. Thank you for listening..

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"busan" Discussed on Adult Beverage Podcast

Adult Beverage Podcast

08:08 min | 7 months ago

"busan" Discussed on Adult Beverage Podcast

"Over the current situation. Thanks to our government's rapid response but now have been contained. See what do you think is the biggest theme of this movie? I mean I. I saw a lot of love. That sounds corny now. And then what? You're saying yeah yeah helping your fellow man and how important it is to think of other people rather than just yourself was. It was a good family drama. And it was a good Movie About Class Warfare. 'cause you're made bad guys? Absolute do schmuck. Even the father is kind of and he's instigating other people to join his class warfare like he gets all those other people to like block aid. Yeah like no one thought about it. They're like should we listen? Yeah Okay Yeah. That sounds good. Look at that guy. He's Zombie. Oh He's obviously not as Ambi- but I guess they're terrified so what are they gonNA do? Follow the asshole. Is everyone terrified. And that's why they're following. The current asshole is a sorry I just branched out into real world broke the fourth wall. There I'm sorry it's okay but he was really hard to go from there. That's America American. Make America Zombie free again. Not all guy he was like or the over. The Rich Guy was only one who really didn't have anyone like it's baseball player. Had to get home to his mother. He's I'm afraid we didn't find that out in the end. Yeah exactly throughout everybody else really is a Momma's boy. Throw them up to that point. You're like but you didn't know that until the very end there and looks like the type of hires prostitutes and maybe that was the scituate patch. Maybe maybe his mom was one. And that's why I had to get past But but there is that similarity of all of them on the love that goes on the sisters you know those the father daughter Situation and I think that's something that's unusual for Zombie type film. You know I mean other Zombie movies. Try Little Bits and pieces of it. Like I love the remake of Donna the debt but because it was a fun movie but they tried a little bit of that too hard. There wasn't really a lot of last night we were. There was kind of like working together. Out of necessity and You did have one character. Michael Michael e Kelly Michael Kelly who is kind of a complete douchebag security guard at the beginning of that movie and by the end he martyrs himself gives himself up to save everybody else. And you're like Oh there's a good character bound. I'd be like really like someone in all of these relationships does something selfless to save. You know. They're yes one sister stays behind. Obviously the husband of the old everybody does something. He knows that he looks at none of them. Do it like truly. I mean it's kind of they do. But that's after they've been take him out of necessity that point you are. You're making that decision to yes. I'm infected and I'm saving you because I I value enough. That One lady just stood there the older sister yeah and I had to wonder if she had like dementia or something. Well that's what I wondered was stands there and you don't even see her getting bit. She gets thrown out of frame to the ground and I'm like I'm not sure what that was happening. It was sad because you don't want anybody except for the guy really to get killed right the baseball player when his girlfriend dies and he just sits there with her gets bitten knowing that. Yeah yeah now. What happened to the? I think I've brain fart at every time I've seen this movie what happened. The homeless guy the Jank laps. No Okay at love that same guy but I was crazy but that was a cool scene and and I think you know some of the special effects in this Or visual effects bothered me. You know watching it like it was a little cheesy really. Yeah and bothered The smoke is like insider really you. Can you can really see bothered by anything with Brill. Smoke things like that. They're they don't it doesn't look real you know it's like they're just situations plus you got to be that guy in his army movie but you know. The smoke didn't look real. Zombies looked real zombies. Look pretty good in this film. I thought they were believable. They're not like farfetched and you know they were different than most other. Zombie movie With how fast? They ran and jumped like I said well. World War Z. Wasn't the only fast one. Dawn of the dead had rang zombies to remake one. Eight days later. I think that's a really comparison. You actually when you get somberly fanatics together they would tell you that twenty eight days later is not about zombies and his army movie because they are infected by rage so they technically didn't die. Come back to life. Even they were just infected. But I'm not one of those people Laura right so I've heard trust me as a horror. Conning town go to it and just go into a random room of people and like. I think forty eight days later. Not good at opening doors or seeing in the dark. Yeah Yeah no. Yeah but sound. They couldn't hear they couldn't even accidentally open the door when the latch was like super loose. Their hands don't work. Yeah I guess not so whatever legs so fast everything else is like crazy fast and I love the fact that when they they showed a lot of really cool shots of the zombies. And when you see him it's like it's cool like they dropped the frames down and got some crazy frame shots because this is like a little jitter it's not like completely like twenty four frames per second twenty eight for ut geeks out there but it's not people who think twenty eight days later as TV me to ask like exactly but you know there's like these cool shots that they do on the close ups with them. And I thought that was interesting because it it really ties to making that feel of the motion with them and the jumping and kind of spreading miss. The thing that was interesting. There was some shots in this movie. That kind of stood out to me. And and I kind of watching it the first time I was like oh I wonder how they did that and then went back thought about it for first of all This train's not moving and it's a set. You know. No one is moving. It's going to Bussan the variety but there's the scenes where they were shooting like the chairs and all that kind of stuff and the and the cameras kind of rolling down and gives you the depth of feeling like the space is bigger. It's it's very interesting what they did with this and like made like these non moving train make it feel like it was moving because you really believe that it's moving and of course that's green screen on well if you don't believe that the movie's done fried meat right but it doesn't come off into it doesn't come come come off and feel real like this one feels like you're constantly train is really bearing down you know and and I think then they get into the stories you know it's funny thing all right I mean that is cool except we have. It's on my list. It might be on my list still what the Hell Horror Express holds it is you're putting Peter cushing.

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N. Korea says Kim turned down Moon invitation to visit South

Morning Edition

00:50 sec | 10 months ago

N. Korea says Kim turned down Moon invitation to visit South

"North Korean leader Kim Jong woon has declined an invitation from South Korea to attend a regional summit and piers Anthony kun reports from Seoul that with nuclear negotiations deadlocked south Korea's offers of engagement have been rebuffed by Pyongyang president moon jae in personally invited Kim Jong un to attend a regional summit with southeast Asian leaders in Busan South Korea or if Kim couldn't attend then you could send an envoy a government statement carried by state media says Pyongyang appreciates the sincere invitation but this just isn't the time for another inter Korean summit of which there were three last year North Korea experts believe is given up on cooperation with the south because sanctions make any substantial cooperation impossible in Seoul lacks the leverage with Washington to get the sanctions lifted Anthony CUNY NPR news

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South Korea detains 6 for illegally entering Japan consulate

New Jersey First News With Eric Scott

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

South Korea detains 6 for illegally entering Japan consulate

"Report south Korean police say they've detained six people for allegedly illegally entering a Japanese diplomatic facility in South Korea today's arrest came in the growing anti Japanese sentiments in South Korea as the two countries are locked in trade and diplomatic disputes last Friday's seventy eight year old south Korean man died after setting himself on fire you're the Japanese embassy in Seoul police say they're trying to find one of the six people entered the Japanese consulate building in the southeastern city of Busan Yonhap news agency says they were trying to hold a placard and shout slogans criticizing Japan's recent decision to tighten export controls of some high tech materials South Korea and Japan have often been embroiled in dispute stemming from the Japanese colonial occupation from nineteen ten to nineteen

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"busan" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

The Crypto Street Podcast

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"busan" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

"Exclusive content, sort of like crypto patriot ish type model in, you know, when I bruised or promote opposed, you know information about that posed can can. Get posted the blockchain if I want to Busan chain. And then we're also using web touring for video so that browsers are are helping serve video, which were you thinking of expanding into other types of content. So you know, for a lot of the heavy lifting stuff, we are still using like Cassandra and some centralized tools, but our goal is definitely to to constantly be moving towards more more decentralisation as I as long as it's feasible in dozen, you know, screw up user experience too much for that's the finger to go into fully decentralized, you know, plot for right off the bat and have it be able to work, you know, perfectly functional as a completely decentralized thing it. There's a lot of hiccups, so it's we something we see a lot in the space right now is there is not combination and it needs that combination of that kind. Of the centralized body, helping it along its path to getting it into that decentralize state. Yeah, completely. I mean, we've been the reason we've been able to build like we're willing to over a million users now, and it's it's been really helpful to kind of have a hub in anyone can take our code and start their own network or node and or their own app. And you know, we can working at federation tools as well, and we're also working on some more. You know, there's some really cool protocols like DAT and and when web torrent and just other torn styles stuff that is, you know a little bit more scalable for for certain things. But you know, obviously like I think Llosa's doing cool stuff in stellar does stuff. There's we're investigating all of the different options. It theory has by far had the best development tools for for making it somewhat easy to, you know, set up while with Madame, ask in. Nothing comes close in. We have like seven different smart contracts. So it's it's been great, and I have a lot of hope. I hope with your an can can keep scaling. It's very interesting to hear your perspective on that because so often us personally, I think like we hear the opinions of coins based on like investors were like, you know, oh, the chart for this looks good or the chart for that one looks good, but to hear, you know, developer's perspective and be like, oh, this one's easier to work with or this one has more features that's something that like I think I can safely say, Princeton, I, we're not like programmers, you know, we're kind of more like the the trading type. So it's it's, it's another good perspective on these on these projects. I wanted to ask you something. So minds launched if I'm not mistaken in two thousand fifteen, right? Yeah, that's what I on sharp are alpha mobile apps. So what has it been like for you? You guys started this when crypto was sort of in like a dead area pricewise and then. You were there for the entire run up and you've been there for the entire run down. What does that experience been like while trying to build a project in the space? Yeah, I mean, we've been playing with different integrations, yes. Since back then, like we had bitcoin wallets for while, but it was just not well implemented, and so we stripped it out in decided to kind of start fresh..

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"busan" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"busan" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"That people are accepting of that and again planet at advance I think, you had a very important point that you mentioned right now planning stops from breaks many many birds get nauseous, in the car and ended up throwing up something they get car sickness and sometimes we do to birds are. Notorious? For. That in fact, many birds will just come in? For, checkup they'll actually get sick in the car on their way here so if, your bird is one of those birds you do really, need to stop frequently and make sure that you're attentive to having Logan if they don't feel well really taking a good, long break in we're really talking about how to adapt the traveled to your bird and we're going to keep with the talk but we're not going to. Necessarily recommend any medications for your bird is far sedation goes because we go along you'll find that you? Can actually travel with different safely without having to drug your bird or make him? Or. Her not herself yeah I think that's an important point we We get asked a lot about what medications. You can give the bird to sedate the bird for travel I actually think it's a really bad idea to give any medication before you traveling because as we know pets can react just like people to, any medication that we give and if you're traveling and you're away from your veterinarian or away from any veterinarian, that might be able to deal with the bird problem you don't wanna have. A reaction in that bird so, really just doing it the smart way without medication but planning ahead is the best way to travel lots of stops making sure. When, you eat launched the broken eat. Lunch When I often travel. With my bird I don't go in the restaurant I'll go get the food come, back out to the, car with the air conditioning or heat whenever it is and that's, fun for them too because then they get to interact with you in a social setting and do what they would do even at home. Absolutely and that means also they're going to be. In the car for a long period of time getting. Them acclimated to the car you don't want that. Trip to be, the first time your bird is getting in, that car Yeah it may be that you're gonna take a little ride around the? Block a few times you know or just even sit in the car to have that bird get used to being in that car with those colors he's seeing with that smell that he's. Smelling all the sights and, sounds of the car and. To give him some treats some rewards that he sees. Being in the car can be a, positive thing for him and it's. Not something that society that scarier negative good point there are some things you want to bring with you I, mean what would you bring in, the car while you're going to be traveling so the birds need to do all the bird things that don't believe. Does. The whole time until making sure it has all the food and treats that only does loss, of freshwater available remember it is. A parrot so it is very messy so definitely bring that roll of paper towels with you You know sometimes in the summer it's very hot travelling in the car, and so sometimes we'll take a towel and we, can cover the cage. To provoke the, sun or even shoveled up in, the window of the. Car on so it doesn't go over the cage itself but just. Blocks, this for shade box Busan even a water Mr. if your bird likes to be there, gets too, hot is nice to kind of cool it down and then also keep it active with its printing absolutely things to. Distract the burn very very important toys favorite foods all of those things to keep her busy so it's not focusing on the ride and the motion of the car and you know again there are no seat, belts for birds so there are certain things that you really. Want to do for safety for your I mean you. Don't want, the bird hopping around and sitting on unfortunately it's people put them on? The steering wheel it makes me crazy to see that bird must be in a carrier do not travel with your bird on your shoulder although they love it if something happens even you. Just on the brakes there's, not an accident your burbs..

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"busan" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"busan" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Enforcement action arresting more than one hundred fifty people but it's acting director excoriated shafts saying she put as agents lives at risk and was acting as a gang looked out meeting with reporters mayor chef said she did the right thing and she do it again i'm doing my job with the mayor of oakland my job is to make my city and i take public safety extremely seriously but many people agree that a community that is one third immigrants like oakland is safer when our immigrant community feels like they can come forward and report a crime ice says criminal immigrants got away because of sheriff who points out half the people arrested committed no crime beyond being here illegally even in a sanctuary state like california procedures are in place for deporting dangerous criminals ice is trying to distract people from their racist messages in oakland doug sovereign kcbs meanwhile went oakland leader who represents a heavily latino neighborhood warns against antagonizing the trump administration is politically emotions run high part of the story from key cbs reporter ali corn open city councilman well guy expenses day fielding phone calls from worried residents today he's checking in in a parking lot of home depot off eight eighty this is where us marshals have come to help him charged gangbangers suspected of robbing day laborers of cash that's help he doesn't wanna see dry up as oakland goes headtohead with immigration agents day i don't want to become the the busan ju to help trump with his immigration more on immigration activity and that's basically what i'm doing right now you you know it just knowing donald trump with this reactions i don't want open to become a target that's already happened since the mayor weekend warnings went out gabriela galicia is part of a rapid response network that check that reports of alleged ice raids called into a hotline all i know is a twenty four hours seven days a week hotline and people had at one night were calling me no limit on night jesse non plane jokes with our dispatcher z know to the point that we have had.

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"busan" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"busan" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"busan" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"busan" Discussed on WTVN

"Said pretty much to myself with like mad if i can just get up in his face i know i can do something i know a guns operate you know getting too close to him uh he won't be able to be as effective so i just that's all really gave me the busan also to think that our friendship i mean we've been friends for so long i think we knew we would kind of hugged each other's back some real kinda talked about so i just natural really gave me the busan also to think that our friendship i mean we've been friends for so long i think we knew we would kind of has each other's backs and we'd all kind of talked about similar situations before and we all knew we were kind of of the same mindset um do we know what do we know about the the terrorists that that was the guy that you took down oh yeah i actually uh he was later found out to be connected to the prime out of that terrorists cell and uh so i mean he's being held in french custody right now uh and i think it's become a much larger investigation and hopefully we'll be able to get some more information and and be able to relate that soon so what are these are really remember when this happens uh because obviously a terrorist attacks starts starts hearing about how bad it could have been and there was such a moment of pride as an american to here that it was three americans who stopped the can i tell you about how bad it could have been and there is such a moment of pride as an american to here that it was three americans who stopped can i tell you the service you've just assume okay they're probably navy seals and i know a lot of navy seals and going to snap your next if you care about an ally in to be navy seal service you just assume okay they're probably navy seals and i know a lot of navy seals and in a thick you're just going to snap your neck if you cannot malign wanna be navy seal me but you're but you.

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"busan" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"busan" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Two who long and bury us soon g we would leave us for joining us now innovative tonight as nordin bengal he is the spokesperson for w b o and today they launch something very important with the human rights awareness campaign in new york city are they did that the other day after a month of implementing the campaign in london and we're talking about people that have been murdered or disappeared by pakistani security forces northern thanks so much for coming on the show and tell us what w b o is and what you've launched to raise this awareness for a place that i think many people don't know the roach organization is a uh working to raise the issue of human rights abuses taking place in busan human rights abuses being committed by the puk sunny 30s uh so where we're trying to raise awareness internationally because people back home whoever does talk about this issue wherever advocates for it ends up being disappeared or killed as you said so uh what we're trying to do is tell the world about what's going on uh unfortunately uh this region even though it's been at the focal point of when it comes to foreign policy uh us foreign policy uh but soon surprisingly not a lot of people know about it it's the size of texas but was some but you know knows about it yeah and tell us about it so it was annexed by pakistan um in what the 40s been nineteen 48 so the 1940s seven bucks than india they boats after the british at left these two became independent countries in lebanon which people who are secular people uh one uh were given the option whether they wanted to join park son because pakistan again was created on the basis of religion uh but the they said that they didn't want to be a part of india because they wanted to have separate muslim state so they became an independent state in india who separate so we will given the option of joining either or becoming independent now the voters people decide to go for independence and nine months later fox on your uh your troops invaded bush stunned.

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"busan" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"busan" Discussed on WGTK

"Willis on food jimmy fallon joining us now in america tonight as nordin bengal he is the spokesperson for w u b o and today they launch something very important with the human rights awareness campaign in new york city or they did that the other day after a month of implementing the campaign in london and we're talking about people that have been murdered or disappeared by pakistani security forces northern thanks so much for coming on the show and tell us what a w v o is and what you've launched to raise this awareness for a place that i think many people don't know from these uh uh working to raise the issue of human rights abuses taking place in busan human rights abuses being committed by the puk sunny 30s uh so where we're trying to raise awareness internationally because people back home whoever does talk about this issue wherever advocates for it ends up being disappeared or killed as you said so what we're trying to do is tell the world that what's going on uh unfortunately this region even though it's been at the focal point of when comes to foreign policy us foreign policy uh but soon surprisingly not a lotta people know about it it's the size of texas bullish on but you know now knows about it yeah and clueless about it so was annexed by pakistan um in what the 40s in nineteen 48 so the 1940s seven bucks than india they boats after the british and left these two became independent countries in the which people who a secular people wanted uh were given the option whether they wanted to join park son because paxson again was created on the basis of religion uh but the they said that they didn't want to be a part of india because they wanted to have separate muslim state so they became an independent state in india who separate so we will given the option of joining either or becoming independent now the voters people decide to go for independence and nine months later uh fox on your troops invaded stunned.

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"busan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"busan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I always going in the wbz stormcenter is out there shot down near busan literally act where the forecast now lease these tools that are watching but all wheel drive to you to see an easy wbz newsradio 1030 while are not as weather down there john gone away whether they fat hey the wbz newsradio 1030 the weather is uh we don't really a story forty nine degrees it's got to be one of the mormon spots in the country while i should actually take a look forty nine and today nearly sixty two now walking around today felt weird i felt actually kind of hot tomorrow's gonna be so warm that i wouldn't be surprised if it was sort of steam rose from the snow due to the difference in the temperature i mean snow is it frozen and then the ground red above it is going to be like 50 or 60 degrees it's going to be interesting cloudy breezy warm occasional rain and drizzle along with areas of fog okay friday night rain some heavy rain heavy rain as well as areas of fog some of the randall combined with melting snow to cause flooding on some streets and highways and maybe affect the public transportation system there may be ice jam flooding on some rivers and streams low of 48 sad be sad the we have a wind and cold turning sharply colder then lingering clouds in the afternoon temperatures will fall into the 30's very called saturday night sixteen to twenty sunday gold again high twentyfive but accu weather real feels and the.

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"busan" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"busan" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Dji would laws joining us now in america tonight as noted meggle he is those spokesperson for w b o and today they launch something very important with the human rights awareness campaign in new york city or they did that the other day after a month of implementing the campaign in london and we're talking about people that have been murdered or disappeared by pakistani security forces northern thanks so much for coming on the show and tell us what a w v o is and what you've launched to raise this awareness for a place that i think many people don't know the road to ruin his asian is working to raise the issue of human rights abuses taking place in busan human rights abuses being committed by the puk sunny 30s uh so where we're trying to raise awareness internationally because people back home whoever does talk about this issue wherever advocates for it ends up being disappeared or killed as you said so uh we're trying to do is tell the world but what's going on uh unfortunately uh this region even though it's been at the focal point of when comes to foreign policy us foreign policy uh but still surprisingly not a lotta people know about it it's the size of texas but was shunned by knows about it yeah and tell us about it so it was annexed by pakistan in what the 40s nineteen 48 so the 1940s seven books senate india the boats after the british left these two became independent countries and the barrage of people who are secular people one were given the option whether they wanted to join the son because puk sent again was created on the basis of religion uh but they said that they didn't want to be a part of india because they wanted to have separate muslim state so they became an independent state in india who separate so we were given.

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"busan" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"busan" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"You look at those two programmes the final game for barried over his buckeye career i dishes too many ball games they've down it's hard that's all of you that i i rather see the plural thing i don't disagree i take their test lease a james of boston you're on worth tasr and the busan cbs sports radio you say their house or a guy what's up reservoir like you're gonna say happy holidays in not happy new year to you guys especially if you guys thank you gene thank you james hindu as far as much they should come up with in health and them that we just side based on your schedule and win who gets these talked to see i should having people vote i think that's trying to see us and that was the algorithm is what would you include in that algorithm uh scheduled strength she didn't is uh wage for it again okay put a bunch of things know you can put in there and just look to see what they can do to stop having just but the a playoff you don't think there should be a bigger calls football player of more teams that was right next to get rid of the won't all right on it it i mean that game will they make money that's why the oil disagree lisbon subtle but the making money that's what it considered well what they can do is when they do i get up a playoff bracket getting a reorganize conference like the nfl a little and you know through twelve key and you know that prince exact together and then you know you have you undefeated based on the algorithm get it then there's no five scope waning know the guy owners i was us but you saying widow high right right right exactly two games in these colleges ethnic lady right i we thank you i should say that just i i i do think there is an idea of the articles yes he's talked about rats kind of what the computerised ex you're a agrue there is the eyeball test as well their teams that you look at you say all right this team regardless of record regardless i just think this is a better football team then that another i i think.

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"busan" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"busan" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"At those two programmes the final game for barried over his buckeye career i dishes too many ball games they've down it's all about all of you that i i i rather see the playoff thing i don't disagree i think they're deathly as a james of boston your on worth tasr and the busan cbs sports radio what do you say to us or guys how're you doing what's up erstwhile like you're you're a app happy new year have you guys thank you gene thank you james said you as fire they should come up with in helping raise them that would just side based on schedule and win who gets these top seat instead of having people vote i think that's kinda other they're trying to see us and that that was the algorithm is what would you include in that algorithm uh scheduled strength when students uh uh for it again okay put a bunch of things you know that you can put in there and just look to see what they can do to stop having just about the a playoff you will take the should be a bigger calls football playoff motifs uh that was my next question i was gonna say get ready to get rid of the wall all right the they're kind of it i mean i can't even think while disagreement elizabeth settled they put they make it money that's what he's doing what got contin well what they can do is when that you set up a playoff bracket armed reorganize conference kind of like that and a fellow little and you know through twelve teams and you know th since then and then you know you have you can use i'm just be based on the algorithm get it then that's no five snow renamed though the guy yeah you wish it was that like you is saying with ohio you know they've had a tougher schedule run run run run exactly games in these colleges nothing display right i agree we thank you i should say hutchison optus i i do think there's an idea of the iebl ecs he's talked about rats i mean i think computerized he asks him a yeah i grew there is the eyeball test as well their teams that you look at you say all right this team regardless of record regardless i just think this is a better football team than than than another i i think.

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"busan" Discussed on WGSO 990AM

WGSO 990AM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"busan" Discussed on WGSO 990AM

"Her on food and bury us g would lead us joining us now in america tonight as noted mengele he is the spokesperson for w b o n today they launch something very important with the human rights awareness campaign in new york city or they did that the other day after a month of implementing the campaign in one didn't and we're talking about people that have been murdered or disappeared by pakistani security forces northern thanks so much for coming on the show and tell us what an w b o is and what you've launched to raise this awareness for a place that i think many people don't know gujral realization this working to raise the issue of human rights abuses taking place in busan humanrights abuses being committed by the puk fanie 30s uh so where we're trying to raise awareness internationally because people back home whoever does talk about this issue wherever advocates for it ends up being disappeared or killed as you said so uh we're trying to do is tell the world about what's going on uh unfortunately this region even though it's been at the focal point of when comes to foreign policy uh us foreign policy uh but soon surprisingly not a lot of people know about it it's the size of texas was stunned by know knows about it yeah and tell us about it so it was annexed by pakistan um in what the 40s in nineteen forty eight so the 1940s seven buxton india they boats after the british and left these two became independent countries in lebanon which people who has secular people uh wanted uh were given the option whether they wanted to join park son because paxson again was created on the basis of religion uh but they said that they didn't want to be a part of india because they wanted to have separate muslim state so date became an independent state in india uh who separate so we will given.

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"busan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"busan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Since 2003 but as the earth turn it it it lurches a little bit because it's free of them magnetic pole and busan starts rising over the pacific now there's no metal going down the pacific so the north pole planet x pushes the north pole over of the way so there's a huge earth wobble if you lean towards your computer and put your head towards the screen and then slowly go to the right and then you're back so you're further away from the screen and then come around to the left and then move your head closer to the screen that's what the wobbles unlike but recently instead of four loeb it's scottie because it's it's getting closer and the unopposed stronger that's why they have over eighty hurricanes year in the south pacific because when the north pole gives pushed away the sun sits over the already warm water and causes huge hurricanes which are called tycoons and cyclone so that's why there's an easy one ratio that's the difference there's all these signs out there but nobody's putting these pieces together and if they are and there are scientists are not going to talk 'cause they won't get published they will get fired they market killed right i wanted to ask you about the eclipse though if we are stationary and we have in eclipse uh uh every single day with the moon just be going around the earth and every time a pass the sun we'd have in the clips swell extraterrestials can do all kinds of amazing things because some of them have technologies to go back millions of years you can just imagine what they can do cry and they glen simulating a seasons to a certain extent and they've also been um recreating ugh um astronomical events that everyone in the world is looking forward to so um they don't want people to worry until the government's announce it now obama was supposed to announce it and you chickened out and you know the movie animal house with john baluchi koyama member of it you remember that gene uh the the um fraternity on double secret probation or a grade dean were longest or at least fifteen 15th of 2015 general dunford declared martial law and uh and um took over the.

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"busan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"busan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And the dow has moved into negative territory barely after setting another record high in prayed that the opening this morning and the currently the dow's still on track to close writer for the triumph straight days one analysts said i have seen a lot of companies exceeding their revenue growth and we also have better than expected global growth both mclane drivers for those stock market today six of the eulebanon major s p sectors trading higher apple facebook amazon the top busan on the s p and nasdaq so the numbers the dow down five points the sp 500 up half a point the nasdaq is up twenty one points and breaks with the cbo we the worried by drilled the ball agility index virtually unchanged dern under the grain graded leisure gordon boarded prayed this morning believes september we'd gone drug deserve foreign three quarters since december corn grading foreign two quarters of bourgeois higher and lead november's soybean gun grudges up nine cents a bushel chicago mercantile exchange the argues lina on contract of just ten serbs on broadway and the orders loyd cuddled kondracke down of dollar 80 to search the argues feeder cattle khan broke down three dollars and 40s zoom's hundredweight now let your money.

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