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Los Angeles Mayor Garcetti nominates Maria “Lou” Calanche to police commission
"Nominated in East L. A college professor and community activist to serve on the police commission. Maria Luca launches nomination comes as the civilian oversight board undertakes reforms in response to widespread protest against police brutality and As the board comes under increased criticism by activist for not doing enough to root out systemic racism. Here's KCR W's Darryl Saxman after trimming $150 million from the LAPD budget this year and taking steps to divert some 901 calls to social workers. Garcetti says the city is exploring other ways of making policing more. Just in a statement he called Kalon Che, the ideal leader to help US re imagined public safety in Los Angeles. Helena is a professor of political science at East Los Angeles Community College. She's also the founder and executive director of Legacy Lay, an organization that works to improve the lives of Children who live in a public housing complex in Boyle Heights called Ramona Gardens. If she's confirmed by the City Council, Kellan would fill the seat of Sandra Figueroa via who was stepping down from the five member board. In this
"che" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"Did I turned it into it sounds like I'm reading Nike instructions you know what I mean. It sounds like I'm reading. I might as well be reading a recipe for you know fruit salad or something. Yeah. Yeah. Although I still feel the need to go back and put a little disclaimer something like. By the way I had to come back and put this disclaimer in that. Some of the language you're going to hear isn't safe for children although the tone is very safe. Although it's set in such a way what Conan's about to say is not safe for children but the way he saying it has removed all eroticism. Yeah. Because of the Boehner killing power of his voice. Warning if you were trying to conceive, do not listen to this podcast. CONAN O'Brien needs a friend with sonum obsession and Conan O'Brien as himself produced by me Mac Corley executive produced by Adam, Sex Joanna off and Jeff Ross at Team Coco, and Colin, Anderson Chris Bannon at Ear Wolf theme song by the White Stripes incidental music by Jimmy the Vena. Our supervising producer is Aaron Blair and our associate talent producer Jennifer samples. The shows engineered by will becton. You can rate and review this show on Apple podcasts and you might find your review featured on a future episode. Got a question for Conan call the team Coco hotline at three, two, three, four, five, one, two, eight Q on and leave a message it to be featured on a future episode, and if you haven't already please subscribe to, Conan O'Brien needs a friend on apple podcasts stitcher or wherever fine podcasts are downloaded. Business been eighteen cocoa production in association with Wolf..
"che" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"But I thought it was funny and I think when I approach political material content I try to kind of come from the perspective of what is this sound like somebody learning about all of this for the first time. and doesn't have an agendas just trying to make sense of it in their brand something that I used to love to watch like my grandmother my grandmother passed away recently dutiful for women huge bigot and. Wish you were really seems to want. All my gosh she was the biggest biggest, but she was so funny lot loving woman loving. But you know. Eighty ninety years old grew up in a different time weird stuff like that was true and they trust Puerto Ricans that much like that was just. Wasn't in the constitution, but should've. But now she she was so funny she was so so so funny but everything that you everything she said those she didn't know was funny it would just be heard frying. Normal it would just be the funniest thing you've ever heard and I always thought there was something charming about people no matter whether you agreed or disagreed them trying to make sense of it is where the funny lives yes. Yes and that's also where the human law because you're like man I remember not knowing that too. So I can't really be managed because there was a time where I didn't know either and I can only imagine this must sound like to you without any other context Dass what you're kind of laughing at your not laughing at it's right or wrong you're laughing at it's just. silly. And funny and so that's kind of my approach to that kind of thing. But I do a lot and also not to just because you're here but that's also been what about your comedy on on your show is that I never I never feel like you're preaching to us as as audience relaxed saying the way the world needs to be you're getting the laugh you're trying to get the laugh is pure way that it does you can tell it's not that you don't care is that you're not. You're there to make people have a good time no matter how they feel about you. And I think that's important. Sometimes, I guess loss when everybody is up there to. Change the world. I always liked coming at it from I'm down here in the mock with everybody else and I'm not I'm not better than anybody else. In fact, I might be worse. So I like my comment coming out of that, and then that was all the stuff that I loved growing up even the old stuff from the thirties and forties like people that they're the lowest of the low whether it's the three stooges or it's the Marx brothers or the you know WC fields like they're there at the bottom of the ladder even the classic people like Buster Keaton there at the bottom and I always. Invited to the party they're always.
"che" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"You grew up in new. York. Manhattan grew up in lower side, and then we moved to Jersey City. We. Jersey. The suburbs though when we when we got the I, didn't because it was such a culture shock of New York City apparently sitting wasn't surprised is not everything's on top of each other analysis have no matter where you live you probably around three hundred people you know just very immediate radius. And Gino, jury two family house news some old white label like living around it was like this is must be rash this stairs. Buddy was like not. You know probably worse than what you normally know that 'cause it's. A decent block in a different time suburbs as you from. The city you know, right? You don't know you don't have much until you start meeting kids with a lot. Yes in. So I went to High School of Performing Arts High School Laguardia Music in our and you know it was the best performance high school maybe in the country but you know spree for for the city kids and so unique kids all walks of life. I was waiting for the enemy kids that were way Richard you like Subaru rich and you know from the upper west side Queens Brooklyn meet the whole city because it's the public school essentially but it's just everybody's Kinda has some talent and that's when I start to kind of get to realize alway grew on. But also but also kind of finally like, wow I made aware you made it to an didn't have what you have. So feel as this sort of A. It's okay is. Musha grew up differently but also you like, but I made it I still made it to where you got to and I didn't have everything. So wasn't all bad. I guess one question I would have is now you've had this really incredible success and how does your upbringing your the way you grew up influence how you deal with? While particularly with comedy nets true because. Nobody thinks you're funny you know that you grew up with. That foot. You know whatever? Like I'm wondering. You know. So it's never you never really feel that accomplish around those friends. They always remember when you earn. Funny. But Now, it's. Subjective, and it's like. No one grew up with Michael Jordan and said he was Shitty? Athlete. To, strike or you reference shack earlier no one was like shack basketball.
"che" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"Credit that's hey. That's that's how you get by in this business. But I find and I am very impressed with your standup i. just think you're absolutely fantastic stand up and you're such a good joke writer and that's like one of the first things I wanted to talk about. I really love the way you write and the jokes that you come up with an I'm curious. When did you know you had a brain for that that you could do that I'll tell you my experience was I was very intimidated I used to think I can make my friends laugh and I can sort of think of funny things on the fly and make people laugh. But I'm not a writer I used to think that I don't like I'm not really a writer and it took me a while to realize that's what writing is coming up with the idea that you just have to put down. Did you have that block that was a block for me I think? It was the opposite for me. It was more like I. Think I can say funny things but I've never performed before. So when I started comedy I went to an open mind just because I wanted try Kabul and I was like so intimidated about being on stage I've never heard voice in a microphone before that you know I, never really perform and so go into the open Mike and seeing people try and be bad at. It was like our day courage to the baton. I could at least be bad at it to you know just to see what it feels like and I'll remember what I said for maybe the first six months of doing standup but I remember the first time. I got up there and being on stage and hear my voice in the microphone and seeing a Crou- like whoa crowd Mike. So eleven people looking at their phone but right? But seeing the people in kind of having that stage it felt natural so that Kinda came burs end in jokes really was like I always believe something that I was saying was funny but it was all about highlight. Make you see the way is seen almost like being in a different country and you don't know the language you try to look for directions as I know what I'm trying to tell you. You have no idea what I'm saying I'm just trying to save things that we can agree on so that you kinda get the gist of what I'm trying to say you have it in your mind and in your mind, it's really funny and then the draft is, how do you get them to see it exactly the way you do and when they do that's when you get the electrical current that's like. They're inside your head in there experiencing it exactly the way you are, and they're laughing and to me that's the face of God like that is that is when I know there's a power in the universe because I mean, it's the only thing that really I mean there's a lot of Nice things. You know there's a lot of Nice things that come along with with being in this business, but I would still do it. I would do it for free if I could still get that fix now for free for sure I, mean I started up paying to get on stage was like literally you'd have to pay like seven dollars of Mike Density. Do Three minutes at maybe get a laugh maybe the worst as you possibly stage. But yeah it that feeling when you do get a laughable, it'll take you through anything I. It's it's so much fun and I eight eight comedy fan when he wives come your audience, you see comedian kill. It's the great feeling until you've been on stage and you're making all those people laugh everyone laughing just it just is weird thing explain but it's a lot of yeah and then what happens is once you are up there doing it and you're killing the next time you go and you sit an audience and you watch someone else kill you're.
"che" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"Own. Hair and welcome to Conan. O'Brien needs a friend We're well into our third season already. Yeah and having a lot of fun really enjoying the guests so far very excited about today As always I'm joined by Sonum assessment how are you? Sir I'm doing very well, very good and Mr Matt Gory the producer you do a fantastic job and I salute you hey, thanks, you back both of you. Are Pretty chipper way to start things series I question, which is a lot of people are wondering, how are people staying safe right now and how to even make a podcast an inner safeway. I would like to emphasize that sewn an IRA in the same room, but we have some distance between us maybe you could back up a little. Way Too close right. But. All the guests are coming to US via zoom and mad I don't I'm senior in person in a long time you are well ensconced in your lovely home. And you communicate virtually with us yet. So we Were doing this as safely as we can. But it still begs the question are people being safe outside of this zone. Right? Were a mask a lot before covid just yeah. For night prowling and just looking around and. Let's go back there. prow. I like to use to like to do and I. I still like to do it. Now there's more of an excuse, but I used to like to cover it my face just sort of prowl around at night, and if someone's not home go in the home and I used to try on their clothes and stuff and it was just a way to be someone else for a little bit and it's going to be uninhibited. And sort of see how other people lived I thought it was a really cool way to to occasionally they'd come home and have to screen out the back and murder them and no. I did that I want to be very clear I never murdered anybody I'm just a night prowl or Mike. prowler. Who likes to just sort of spook around and and look at things and I've been in the live your home if you're listening right now. I've worn your intimate apparel. Let's say that and then I put it back. So you had any questions why my underwear smelled like sunscreen. Swell Anyway You should probably I. Don't know why put it on down there it just doesn't make any sense but. I'm really lather it up but. Listen. My point is I am safe. That's what we're going to take away from that long digression in which I admitted to being Well, a peeping Tom Night prowler a creep. but now I worry about you a little bit because I know that you come from a very large sort of collective family. Yes and people probably feel incredible pressure together I'm lucky no one wants to hang with me so I'm fortunate but you you getting your parents and your relatives understand when you say, hey, hey, don't come over. No, no one understands. I you know my mom and dad have to take it seriously because dead lives with them and he's ninety seven. That's my grandpa did is that Greek or Armenian? I I don't know part Greek and you're part of. yeah. I'm a quarter, Greek I mostly Armenian my grandma one of my grandma's was a Greek and fun fact about her is her nickname was tumble, which means Chubby in when she died, they put that on her grave, my God. Yeah they. So if you go tumble move says sandwiches like Chubby. Move obsessed says she was basically heard aimed after her her fat shamed nickname was put on her tombstone. And maybe she was a little Chubby as a kid. Yeah. The point is maybe she was I'm guessing she grew up like in one thousand, nine, hundred, ninety. Yeah, I mean. Like the nineteen twenties or whatever and you she was a little chunky. Yeah and they called her Chubby and then she probably turned into a beautiful woman. And then they're like, nope, we're putting it on your gravestone. chunky kid I don't know who made that call but that was her nickname was tumble, which in Turkish means the Chunky like Chubby little thing and then. When. My grandpa died they were going to change it but I her name is was sonal and they just didn't want to put the name. Sonum. Obsessing on a gravestone. So funny because I picture sonal on a gravestone, all the time Oh.
"che" Discussed on Run That Prank
"Relax and get to relaxed. I'm just. Him on National Radio Day. Brightness. What are you talking? How many times have kicked myself? You have no idea. Oh you're. Listening Nights. Think this. Face. Twists. Leone nephew given to you right here on this beautiful Thursday morning name j Leone and you looking for a be in the same book a life manning. Right nephew. Thank you coming up next with today strawberry letter this subject the country Bumpkin is not welcome in family. We'll get into it right after this, you're listening to save Harvey Morning Show. It's a great time to get a great deal on a new car when you get approved for an auto loan from Penn Fag. Powered by TRUECAR rates are as low as one point, three, nine percent APR on new, Vehicles Finance for a longer term to lower your monthly bill plus take up to sixty days to schedule your first payments join Penn Fed and together, we'll keep you moving forward. Anyone can apply visit ten, dot org slash auto or call one, eight, hundred, two, four, seven, five, sixty, six, receive advertised product must become a member of peg insured by NCUA. Blood of the tracks is a new podcast about legendary music producer, Phil Spector in the murder of Lana Clarkson this podcast is hosted by me Jake Brennan Creator and host of the award winning music and true crime podcast graceland season one features ten episodes told from the perspective of those who knew Phil Spector best his so called friends just like Phil Spector this podcast sounds like nothing you've heard before blood on the tracks contains adult content and explicit language listen to blood on the tracks of the iheartradio APP apple podcasts wherever you get your podcasts..
"che" Discussed on Run That Prank
"At the top of the hour right about four minutes after it's my strawberry letter for today in the subject is the country Bumpkin is not welcome in my family. The Country Bumpkin is not welcome in my family, but right now the nephew is welcome right here with today's prank phone, call what you got for us. Sure. Sure. I. Have Chez Leon HE H S. Own P. H. S.. Let's go cat. Oh. Hello. Thank you for calling. Hello reason to coldplay's. How you doing my name is shelley. and. I was calling you to see if you had any booth rental in the salon at you work in. Didn't get your name. What's your name again? She Shaly on I mean my my real name is Leon. Autistic name Michelle Leon Leon is what they calm sailing on. actually I do have faith for another person to come in at work I am in a sweet It's rather small than here but if you are interested in coming in and I would like to have someone come in work with me, that would be nice. Can Ask a question I'm good. What's your background? What do you do? 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Grilled by Lawmakers, Big Tech Turns Up the Gaslight
"Everything all week just to give you the top five stories, and this week we're going to kick it off with the four major tech CEOs appearing before Congress. And as I looked at it, and as I watched the bits and pieces of it, it started to remind me of something, and I thought, What was that? What is that? I looked up in Webster's dictionary online, the definition of gas lighting. You know what that means? Gas lighting. It's a form of psychological manipulation. Distorting the truth. To confuse aren't still doubt is the official definition until the other person questions reality. Because there they were Amazon's Jeff because those apples Tim Cook, Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and Google soon DARPA Che telling Congress why they shouldn't be broken up where they should be regulated. So America's CEO censors who for years have spied on all of us in a cellar data, and you tell this to be true, But Jeff Bezos actually said the on ly things People trust more than amazon dot com. Is their personal position and the U. S military, really. He's got AA lot of high hopes and not very humble opinion of himself, which I said that users clearly don't want to be tracked by those little bits of code called cookies, but Wait a minute. Didn't last year he have a speech where he defended them. Yes, he did. As a matter of fact, As for Tim Cook, he only got 30 questions compared to 60. The other Fab forgot. I guess they all like their iPhones there on the hill. And then there's Mark Zuckerberg, who argue that Facebook is not a monopoly, even though members of Congress Reference 2012 when Facebook bread they comprise 95% of all social media. And that's also right around the time that they purchased Instagram, which Zuckerberg considered a threat. He also did not remember paying teens to spy on them through Facebook research that app Which wasn't even two years ago. Maybe Mark needs little protection, don't you think? Well, the problem with these hearings is that the tech leaders or tech prose, and the folks at the hearing's not so much. One guy actually asked a question Mark Zuckerberg because he thought that Facebook on Twitter Goessling at its best, folks. Alright, Number
Philippine journalist convicted of libel, given 6-year term
"The Philippines journalist has been found guilty of cyber libel Maria ressa was arrested last year at the offices of the online news outlet she founded called Rappler it gained prominence for its unflinching coverage of president to tear che and his brutal war on drugs she and the reporter who wrote the story in question could face up to seven years in prison Russia says the verdict was not unexpected she will appeal she says the verdict is meant to be a cautionary tale but she's not afraid she says if you don't use your rights you will lose
Villa de Vecchi
"Sometime between eighteen, fifty, four and eighteen fifty seven conflict day vecchi finished building has eastern architecture inspired some residence at the vows Seena Valley, just east of Italy's lake, COMO It was the pinnacle of old world and top line, mid-century convenience with intricate frescos, indoor heating pipes and dumb waiters, the over four, hundred, twenty, five thousand square foot, wooded park. That's around Sevilla, provided an idyllic and isolated setting for the count, his wife and his young daughter to enjoy nature, but the house seemed to be ill fated from the start the architect Andrew, Sealy died in the middle of the construction process and legend. Has It that in eighteen sixty to the counter arrived at Villa Vecchi to a gruesome discovery, but would change his home forever. They leach a raised his rifle and shot into the sky. A small bird squawked before falling to the least strewn forest floor. Philly chase smiled. He loved the way that shooting made him feel powerful ready to bend the world to his will. It was strange, but in these moments he was able to finally forget the report of enemy gunfire echoes of being outgunned by the Austrians has defended the barricades Milan. Perhaps it was because he could control the violence in these woods. He let the HUSHOVD forest. Take him quieting the memories. They leach a pulled out a handkerchief from his pocket, and wiped the sweat from his brow, but dense trees provided plenty of protection from the overbearing son, but the heat still got through. Over toward his trophy, not sure it merited collection. It might have been better to let. The insects feast on the corpse then to string it up. It was too small for a trophy, and he had no need to hunt for food. The small bluebird twitch to the dirt. Its wings fluttering helplessly as it tried to lift itself off the ground. They leach admired the bird spirit. It couldn't accept defeat. But flies were already starting to buzz toward it clustering at the gunshot wound, the bird flapped its wings faster panic in its is. Allowed squawk echoed through the trees. They Leach raised his rifle again, appearing on the sites. The Sky was relatively empty. He lowered his case to the forest catching. What at first seemed like Dapple of sunlight on would. His first impression plus mistaken. It was A. Resting undergrowth a real prize within his reach, he thanked whatever creature had made the noise. He sucked in a breath and pulled the trigger. But somewhere between his breath and the impact. The fawn turned into his twelve year old daughter Bay at Treat J.. The shell blew her chest. Your Mouth Open in a silent scream. Confusion Martyr, Brow. She stepped backward branches, breaking under her feet, as a wet red flower bloomed on her white dress. In. The next second, she was on the ground. They leach a took off running. He stumbled over debris and a few stray animal carcasses desperate to reach his daughter. She was gasping of the Crown Jesse pulled her into his arms. Her lip trembled. Strained force breath through drowning lawns. Lee J tightly to him. He cried muttering a series of apologies to her. She went rigid in his arms. When he looked down. He was grasping the corpse. Of Fun. He loosened his grip on the animal, and stood slowly. They Leach a stared at the corpse for, but felt like eternity, wondering if his is or his mind had failed him. He told himself he was only homesick be. was at the villa with her mother. He had not done the unthinkable. To shake into carry the bloody fond back with him. feely picked pictures. Way Back through the woods. The villa's stood at the distance next to a field of lush green. He came in through the back and call tree chase name. The heat had gotten to him sure, but he needed to make sure that his child was still alright. Is Heels clapped wildly tile as he roamed from room to room. He called for her again and again, telling your, he did not want to play a game at this moment. But she would not answer him. Fairly Jay could not keep the terror promo voice as he commanded her, calmed down and greet him. Still. He heard nothing as he passed through the kitchen. He noticed that preparations for launch had been abandoned. A ball of pasta dough sat on the Marble countertop, waiting to be rolled and cut. He poked his head into the adjoining room where the Butler should have been making preparations for his afternoon drink. The bottle was out in uncorked, but the Butler was missing Philly ran through the first floor of the villa, calling for a someone anyone to answer him. The only sound he could hear was a mouse skittering along the tile floor. Panic growing in his chest, fairly cheap raced for the staircase. He took the stairs two at a time as he continued to shout for someone to answer him. Each guest room was empty. Believe Che opened the door to his own bedroom. His wife Sophia laid curled up in the sheets dead to the world, peaceful and Gorgeous Inter slumber he lingered in the doorway, hoping that her serene smile would bring him back to reality. He could not blame her for not answering his calls when she looked so at ease. He approached slowly whispering her name. She did not move. A knelt down next to the bed and took her. Up closer skin was Paler than he remembered. Parts of her cheek were almost a soft blue. She needed more son. He could fix that. He brushed his hand against her cheek, lifting a stray piece of hair away from her face.
SNL's Michael Che Paying Rent for Residents in Late Grandma's Building
"SNL star Michael che honors his late grandmother who died of coronavirus Instagram the weekend update host and SNL co head writer revealed that he was paying a month's rent for all hundred sixty apartments of the New York City Housing Authority building and which is grandmother live ABC's Jason Nathanson says J. calls it a drop in the bucket and appeals to the city to do more he signed off SNL's virtual weekend update last Saturday as Martha's grand baby
"SNL" star pays rent for 160 to honor grandmother
"And Saturday Night Live Michael che who lost his grandmother to covert nineteen will pay a month's rent for everyone at her night
SNL star Michael Che pays tribute to grandmother who died of coronavirus in new lockdown episode
"Saturday Night Live returned this weekend in a corona virus social distancing platform and we learned that weekend update hosts Michael che lost his grandmother to the virus he signed off as Martha's grand baby as a tribute I'm Jackie Quinn APNews
SNL cast member Che loses grandmother to COVID-19
"When we Michael J. ease this pain was by poking fun at weekend update co host Colin Jost Jay go did just into reading the joke about racist comments made by a couple of university professors she set it up by saying that the job swaps with his grandma's favorite part of the show and Joe's bit then he told Joe as he had been played my grandmother has never seen the show I just wanted you to do four AM due to brain you think you'd want to Saturday Night Live J. signed off as losses grand baby I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
SNL cast member Che loses grandmother to COVID-19
"A member of the Saturday Night Live cast has lost a relative to Kobe in nineteen you can see the sadness and Michael che's eyes and even hear it in his voice as he co anchored weekend update he explained why as you know in common I I lost my grandmother this week and come back to work really made me feel better especially with you that may have touched co host Colin Jost but before long he was the foil for prank that she played on him she said his grandma was a big fan of their jokes whopping which they would exchange punchline to me the other one the bag just agreed to tell this one about university professors using a racial slur in their defense the students were being pretty lazy then changed told him my grandmother has never seen the show she signed off as lost his grand baby I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
SNL cast member Che loses grandmother to COVID-19
"A member of the Saturday Night Live cast has lost a relative to Kobe in nineteen Michael che work through his grief by doing this past weekend show when we Michael J. ease this pain was by poking fun at weekend update co host Colin Jost Jay go did just into reading the joke about racist comments made by a couple of university professors she set it up by saying that the job swaps were his grandma's favorite part of the show and Joe's bit then he told Joe as he had been played my grandmother has never seen the show I just wanted you to do four AM due to brain you think you'd want to Saturday Night Live J. signed off as Malta's grand baby I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
SNL cast member Che loses grandmother to COVID-19
"You can see the sadness and Michael che's eyes and even hear it in his voice as he co anchored weekend update the explain why as you know Colin I I lost my grandmother this week and come back to work really made me feel better especially with you that may have touched co host Colin Jost but before long he was the foil for prank that she played on him she said his grandma was a big fan of their jokes whopping which they would exchange punchline to me the other one look bad just agreed to tell this one about university professors using a racial slur in their defense the students were being pretty lazy and chain told him my grandmother has never seen the show she signed off as lost his grand baby I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
At-Home Cooking in the Time of Social Distancing With Adam Rapoport | House of Carbs
"Oh you and I were exchanging notes last week about you know doing a pod. We wanted to provide a kind of public service out. There tall are taste. Buds all are hungry. Homeys at our at home doing the appropriate thing. Under the guidelines provided by our local and state and federal government in terms of social distancing and a whole bunch of us are now all of a sudden home cooks on a much more frequent basis with more time than we previously expected or anticipated And so I reached out and you were. You said Yeah I have some thoughts and You know even since the original exchanging of notes last week You and the good folks at bone apetite have been coming up with all kinds of rich concepts and ideas and guidelines and you know sensitive direction. I want to start with your newsletter post. That went up arrived in my email last night. Which you know has the tagline. Cook the food that makes you feel good because that to me really is a helpful vital kind of reminder about you know the place that we're in the physical space that we're in and and you know the challenge that we're all sort of confronted by And you mentioned in the newsletter. How you know you yourself in terms of with your own family had been cooking some some things you know about the right away. You're cooking food that I would sort of put in in a category that that I characterize as indulgent but but now you know we're we have to cook in ways that make us feel sustained But also you know able to to perform in the new world that we're living in So wh what are you looking at in terms of cooking the food that makes you feel good? Yeah I you know week one as I guess you call it when we all sort of realized. We're GONNA sort of lockdown ourselves for quite awhile. Perhaps last week was interesting that I think a lot of us kind of adrenaline is like all right. Let's let's be positive about this. Let's lean into it. It's almost like when there's a blizzard coming and you start cooking a lot of food and I got double batching Ball Nasariyah recipes My wife's making chocolate chip cookies with our son by the end of the day. You're like man. I need a cocktail and by the end of the week as like Mad. I cannot I gotta like dial it down a little bit because it was like big dinners every night. Having drinks it was all about home cooking three meals a day and at some point I realized okay. Like let's keep cooking but let's at least be a bit more sensible about what working? Then we have a columnist Cristina Che. She started this Hashtag gentle foods. I was like what? What is the foods be that was like I like the sound of it? I don't quite know what it means. What I'm intrigued and today was saying like food. That's like a blanket. It just makes you feel good. I guess you could. Kinda describe it as healthy comfort food if that makes sense and chase someone. Who's a you know? She's an avid eater. But just making things like yesterday for lunch I made a lentil salad lentils or the easiest thing in the world to make your phone unsalted water through in some chopped up Celery some carrots and I assembled in the water with them some herbs and I had to like a nine minute hard boiled eggs a little more than a a a Romney but not at Chalky Yolk will vinaigrette analysts very satisfying. But it's not like knock you on your ass cooking. That's exactly why thought this was the right way to kind of frame this conversation you and I are going to have is because the impulse that you described at the outset of like okay. This is a food challenge. That's in front of us and we have you know. Now this opportunity time-wise where you you don't feel like you have to rush. And so the inclination is to be a bit more indulgent Just in terms of you know heavier kinds of meals you can take the time to let things braise and Stu and you know this sort of day and age of social media everything. I don't WanNa say it was showing off but there was a certain camaraderie among everyone that everyone wanted to share what they were making and talk about it and you wanted to sort of put your best foot forward cooking wise at every dinner you made had to be some sort of statement that we're all sharing together. Let's let's make this as delicious in Poudel as possible this whole ordeal. We're in right now Exit it was fun I just I just don't think it's sustainable so again. Like right now being a little bit more sensitive balanced and we'll get there and and that doesn't mean I'm not gonNA enjoy cocktail at the end of the day today but I'm just sort of being a little bit more sensible and yeah whether it's making a batch of beans and you can make beans without the Hawk. You can do things that are satisfying without being punishing in that sort of rich bistro. You know bottle of red wine. Stay Crete SORTA WAY and two everybody's credit The sense of community that emerged as everybody in in that sort of you know food vertical which is all of us but really people you know folks that that liked to traffic in sharing pictures sharing recipes and having ongoing social media conversations about Cooking rightfully. You know jumped in with Gusto. I mean you you mentioned After you put up the the BOLOGNESI recipe your boy Dave. Grohl giving you a seventeen step by step string of texts with pictures and information about all everything that he had going. You know his version of the ball Enezi. But that's not sustainable. That's not every day. That's not how we're going to be able to feed ourselves and feed our families daily So there needs to be some kind of balance and we're this is exactly what you would expect in week. Two right. It's it is. It is a balanced kind of I outstare coming back Earth. A little bit and you know and we posted a ton of service conduct the way I look at it on a petite right now are sort of mission is twofold one on one hand. We need to provide the service and the recipes. That home cooks need. And Right. Now we are all home talks So that's a lot of the slide. Shows like you know. I my table when we did. Last week was eighty-nine recipes with five ingredients. Fewer Dash seriously I love. I'm a simple cook at heart when I'm at home and these these kind of the recipes I love best. We provide a lot of cooking advice. many other slides shows and then the other side of that is not only do people need cooking inspiration advice but we all need company right now. We all need companionship. And if you follow bond petite on Youtube and you see all our test. Kitchen Editors Andy in Bali and Sola and Chris Carlin everybody And these people feel like friends to you five and a half million youtube subscribers and Claire and Brad and everything. It's important that those guys are so popping up on your youtube feed in our epide- instrument feed and right what we're going to start doing. Started this week which will show up. End of this week is all the test. Kitchen editors now have iphone. Eleven's with professional grade microphones and tripods. And they're going to be recording all of their own. What were test kitchen videos now at home in their own apartments and I think that's GonNa be really interesting as you'll still see those same familiar faces but now you're going to be their pets you. Maybe you'll meet up fiance or a husband or a way to get roommates in his whole sort of universe of ancillary characters. Sort of populating the body cinematic
Disney annual meeting likely to address executive pay and coronavirus impact
"Walt Disney shareholders hold their annual meeting today in North Carolina it'll be a symbolic event with Bob Eiger turning over the reins to new CEO Bob che fact may also hear more about the impact of the corona virus on Disney's U. S. theme parks cruises and global box office
Bob Iger steps down as CEO of Disney
"There's news today that Bob Eiger is stepping down immediately as CEO of the Walt Disney company to make room for his successor and that is Bob JPEG who runs Disney's theme parks division last year Argo announced that he would step down when his contract expires at the end of twenty twenty one he will remain at the company as executive chairman and according to a Disney press release will direct the company's creative endeavors joining me to discuss the Disney news is Ben Fritz is the west coast bureau chief of the Wall Street journal he's also the author of the book the big picture the fight for the future of movies so Bob Eiger has mentioned several times that he was going to leave his current position what are we to make of the timing right now it's tough to tell exactly why what why the sudden change after all these years about what you're saying he was gonna leave it at night and then on saying he was gonna leave and delaying he delayed his retirement numerous times over the past decade and he's you know less than a year and a half into it his latest three year contract so it's kind of surprising in its day but on the other hand like it's very I gear to sort of do it do it all in secret and then all of a sudden announced to the world and in an unexpected way so his successor Bob che pack runs Disney's biggest business that is theme parks and consumer products what are we to make of his selection and were there other people who might have been competing for the job certainly our or other people like I think the biggest contender currently at Disney's Kevin Mayer who's running their new screening effort you know that's led by Disney plus he's piece insert top strategy except for the company for a long time you know with Kate Kate back amongst the current crop of executives that is a bit of a safe choice right he's running he's running sort of the traditional businesses like theme parks obviously business most associated with Disney as opposed to remaining which is certainly the future of Disney and you know by all accounts he pick is a very smart guy and a very competent guy but certainly is not so different sort of had like the the Christmas season as much of the house of a great public speaker of this you know Bob Iger's let's talk a little bit about what Bob Iger has done at the Walt Disney company I'm gonna name before deals Pixar's seven point four billion Marvel for billion Lucasfilm for billion and last year the Whopper twenty first century fox seventy one point three billion those are all kind of content movie TV deals what kind of studio is Bob Eiger leaving behind before we talk about the rest of the company I really mean highway I think anybody would have to say is sort of the most successful and tightly run major entertainment company in in America today because he's very focused on franchises they were ahead of the rest of Hollywood and it pops into their business on franchises as you said a lot of that to acquisitions of Pixar and Marvel and Star Wars and franchises are busy sort of at the heart of the movie business these days in an auger was somewhat ahead of the curve in realizing you can just keep selling something Netflix is that Disney would have to launch its own streaming service to compete just like Disney plus is already out there and it's you know is is certainly ahead of what we're seeing from his competitors like HBO maxim peacock which are still to come I think I think later this year so you have to say he's always been for media executive pretty ahead of the curve and and been a leader is not just Disney plus as part of the fox deal they got a portion of who lived in they bought out the rest of the portion of Hulu from Comcast so what does Disney focused on now in terms of taking on Netflix with streaming they have Disney plus they have who is that where a lot of their money and attention is going right now absolutely I mean the future of Disney as an intern came distributor is Disney plus Hulu and ESPN plus right those are it's three major streaming services and traditional TV businesses being shrunk rapidly that's for Disney's putting all its efforts and a lot of films such as going there as well so that if that is the future of Disney but yet the one business they have it certainly not shrinking is the one that's cheapest and overseeing which is part of the consumer products right while all traditional entertainment is being disrupted people still love to go to theme parks and Disney theme parks are more successful than ever these days I want to buy the toys as well so that's sort of the more traditional side of the business that is not being transformed by digital technology I think you can make the argument that theme parks have what's known in business as a wide moat there not a lot of competitors to theme parks but there is something called the corona virus and there are problems that theme parks and cruise lines of which Disney has a cruise line are also facing pressure so what is that business look like going forward and what does it tell us about how Disney values theme parks that Bob Chapek will be running the whole company well listen I think in the short run it's not a great moment to be running theme parks in Shanghai and Hong Kong is Disney does and to have cruise ships so that businesses under pressure right now but I you know presuming I hope we do get the fire under control I think everybody within these businesses will continue to be successful if they have been and you know popped out to tech has by all accounts and done a very good job running those businesses and he generated a lot of profit for the people to the company if that's that you set up for a lot of the revenue and profits comments you know streaming is the future of streaming is a money losing business for now and I think you know with disappointment Disney's kind of saying yes stream is important part of our future but Disney is still a company that that it that it's hard to it's about the experiences people have in our theme parks Bob I will leave a great track record I think the Disney company is a very impressive guy in person a great public speaker there's been some speculation about him running for political office do you think that's potentially part of his future anything's possible right I think you know as he's publicly said that he toyed with the idea of running for president this year and he decided it wasn't right for him but he's you know very politically active Democrat I would not be surprised if he's hoping that you know if the next president is a Democrat that he might you know have some kind of a role in it in an administration I think that's something he would probably love to do it with fifteen profile very well well I'm gonna assume he's not jumping in this year it feels like we really don't need another billionaire and the rice then Fred's is the west coast bureau chief for the wallstreet journal band thanks so much for going
Squeezing a Bathroom Renovation Into 3 Flu Filled Days
"Also promised in that. podcast ask that we were going to give you an update on our bathroom renovation. I think we said it was lingering around the ninety two ninety one percent complete stage specific ninety to ninety. uh-huh think you were the specific one. I said ninety one update. It's still at that exact ninety to ninety one percent done stage because we've done nothing in the past week I feel like I've changed. Change the toilet paper roll. That's about it last week. Yes I think it got to the point where it was functional and everything else that's left on our to do list is kind of just like icing on the a cake like to get it to the place where we wanted to look the way we've always pictured but like it works like we have a shower we have tub. We have a toilet the TUB say. Oh guys the toilet do who is also life changing but let me just tell you this. Tub I'm obsessed with the TUB and the shower is it's like a whole full body experience to say that might sound grabbing. It's just my entire being likes being in the bathroom now and taking a shower and I'm just going to cut out for us to take back. I just have flaka. Happiness level cushion change. That is even surprising to me and I've been doing renovations for a long time but I just think like six years of Tub that I couldn't submerging shower. That was really dark. I think it's easy to tell yourself. It doesn't make a difference but it really when you take the time to update it is something that you soak up like. I'm not just over it. I'm not like okay. My eyes have adjusted bathroom. And now it's average like every time I walk in there I'm still like oh my goodness it's so amazing. Certainly still in the honeymoon phase. Nice but I think the other reason why like our pace has kind of like change in. There's like Ebony flow is because we went through a very fast paced couple of weeks right before the holidays and actually through the holidays because if you follow us on instagram you probably saw a little bit of this honor into stories. I think we reference in a blog post but we were kind of like chugging along like the shower took us longer than expected but that was fine because one of the parameters of this project was like we wanted to not have a deadline. Like we didn't want to stress over the timing. Yes yes remember that podcast. We were like. Here's how you do with the big renovation. Do not freak out a time line. Make it flexible. Oh did we make it flexible. He did just like so the tiles taking longer. It's going to be beautiful. Who Cares? There's no deadline. It's not like when my mom comes to visit at Christmas. We have to like have a perfectly titled Shower. No because it was our bathroom but if you saw the stories we suddenly only had deadline because we called our plummer to schedule him and he said Oh. I'm having knee surgery in four days and will be out of commission for five weeks so hello Sharon are like we have to have this bathroom ready for like the toilet and the Vanity Bathtub within four days actually three because he was coming on the fourth day. Yeah it went from like it's okay. If we don't do it now we can do it tomorrow to like but we don't want to wait five weeks in February suddenly when we were around Christmas and so we just we're like we're going to put our heads down. It's going to be one of those things where we're up so two in the morning we're really tired but in the end we're going to end up with a bathroom. That's fully installed within four days so like maybe it's it's worth it like. Sometimes you gotta be chill. Sometimes you gotta kick it into gear. Yeah I was the less confident in the completion and Sherry was because at the moment we found out our floor was was half tiled like we hadn't finished tiling the floor and that meant we had to finish the floor. We had to grout the floor and we also had this big wall molding treatment. We wanted wanted to do throughout the room. And I know that doesn't sound like a super long list. But if you've ever installed something like wainscoting or a board and batten or something there's there's a lot of different steps that take time beyond just the installation you also have to like caulk everything and let that dry and then paint everything and let that dry and same with the grouting. The floor like not only did we have to finish tiling the floor and let the mortar dry then we had to grout and let that dry and set before people can walk on it and so it was suddenly all these different different factors that we had to figure out how to squeeze in to that basically three day period. What's that give it hasn't Zach Galifianakis and it has all this math? Ask floating around. That was us where we were like. Okay maybe while the grounds drying we tiptoe on the big tiles because once the mortar sets you can walk on the tile. You just can't touch the grout out and wall that's trying will put in the trim on Tiptoe because if we just lined up all the waiting periods and didn't do anything between them we wouldn't make it in three and a half afd as well and then the universe throws a curve ball because the next morning so after we had figured out our timeline one of our kids came down with flu real bad you know which is not fun on its own owned by any means because there was lots of miss days of school like the entire week so one we also suddenly had to juggle caring for a sick child and then also the doctor it was like yeah. There's a good chance you guys are going to get it so now we have this thing in our heads. That's like well if Sherry or I get the flu in the middle of this tight deadline like we're not go to make it. I got coughed at in my face I got sneezed at into my mouth like I was. I actively have the flu. I'm just waiting for it to take my body like I felt like we were on the edge of a disaster so we work like furiously just feeling the flu chasing us down in the end. I did not get the flu well and I did not at the flu until after everything was done so we got the wall molding in we got the floor grounded. We actually hit the plumbers deadline. Perfectly away but then he called and pushed it back a day because they were cramming so much stuff any. We were last on the list that they didn't get to us so actually instead of the plumber coming he he sent his son and his partner who works with the group but like the plumber had wanted to come and finish the job himself since he had started it so it ended up being just fine. The only like hiccup was that the sun was not equipped to put the TUB in so before Christmas. We only got the toilet and the vanity. But you know what that was a win. I didn't care if the TUB needed to wait. I cared a little bit but it was okay because other thing to note is that we had not crowded the shower yet so we knew we weren't getting a shower because we switch gears completely from the shower because we're like we'll do the shower another time we gotta get the floor stuff done so at least the toilet vanity could come in well. We felt like a toilet and a sink was like the thing we used most like before bed and in the morning and so if we have to use the hall shower a little bit longer I was like no big deal. I was like no big deal. I'm going to take a nap. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah and then come down with the flu a one day grace period because we were so excited to have have the bathroom suddenly come together so quickly like it had seemed to be going at this moderate pace and then suddenly we had a half functioning room so we were encouraged encouraged by that and tried to use that momentum and turn our attention to our closet because that was the next big piece to make this room functioning again. Well I think we were like it's been four days and neither has got the flu. We're safe and we started new project and John had the flu while we did that. One I think I was clear for the day that we constructed all the boxes. You know we use the PACS system and so we had to build all of the actual like frames for it but then the next day as we're starting to do the shelves and drawers and doors and all the other parts of it. I started to feel like my time had come and it was a weird flu. I don't know if anyone else had had it this season. I had it for I. I think seven days like basically entire week of Christmas and I didn't feel normal again until we left for Costa Rica like the morning we got on our flight was the first day I felt normal and that was new year's Eve Day. Yeah it was definitely a shadow over the holidays. It was like our child solid week and then Jonah sell but it was like I I would be fine at some points like I was fine for Christmas morning. Thank goodness he rallied. I was fine to do some work on the closet like we got all the drawers assembled. I was able to trim out the the Pax wardrobes to make them look built in. But then it'd be like an hour later. I was like in bed with the most intense shivers and fever. I've ever had my life like I couldn't get warm and I could not move move motivate myself to get out when I describe it as John took to the bed and there was like a Ken. Someone get me a cold wash cloth like it was. It was a reenactment from a period film where someone had the plague and I was like. I can't get the flu because if I get it a week after John I get it for all of Costa Rica. I've carrying for him but I'm also trying not to contract and then give it to our other child who didn't have it so it was like a state of somewhat quarantine earn teen but I'm also taking care of the kids and by the way we have a house guests because it's the holidays and it was just nuts because sometimes john would be fine like we'd work on the closet and then sometimes is it would be like he must be in bed for forty eight hours and it happened so suddenly one time we were out running an errand and I felt it coming on as we were driving home and I had to get myself laying down so fast. I forgot to close the car door. L. Picture someone running sprinting into the house and then like two hours or three hours later I went outside and I was like. Why is the driver's side door? It was the next morning but I was like did generally take to the bed so quickly that he didn't close the door and that is actually what happened. It was intense but I am grateful that we didn't all get it. I'm grateful we were all better by the time we went to Costa Rica. I mean my appetite wasn't fully back so don't feel like I got to enjoy the food as much. I enjoy the shrimp Sivy. Che Immensely for you. Yeah well if that's the worst thing about the trip that I'm all good and again. It had a happy ending because we made a lot of progress. Because of all these deadlines. We suddenly got for the bathroom and we did get our shower and tub in after the holidays days and again now we just have like that last nine to ten percent left to do. Yeah and everyone's like oh I can't wait to see it and I'm like me to like we do really want this. Do we finish. Maybe in a few weeks will actually have it finished because it involves like we said some biggish things like hanging door and building the frame ourselves frosting it and painting it. So don't freak out. It's going to be
Who Goes There
"Today. We're going to look at a couple of different species that would be evolutionary argument for witches vampires to hang on a second. Hang in there with me on this podcast. We all have a Disney idea. which is this are like vampire satellite but could possibly be just two species? We haven't looked at closely or close enough. Go to the internet or pull any book on which Che's Vampires from your local library on. You'll get the history of superstitions around which is or vampires. You'll be able to trace which is back to the Salem Elem which trials and even earlier your tracy to vampires who history will be pretty much the same shrouded in superstition except the vampire. Origins will appear to be different in different locations in Europe but the conclusions will be the same for both that their pockets of people around the world believe they are vampires or witches still. The bottom line is that there is no such thing as vampires or witches but there is an evolutionary argument. That Paul's both species out of the musty basement of superstitions where they've been relegated for Millennia are starting to beginning about eighty five million years ago. That's when our species split from other mammals then about eight million years later we had what what scientists call a tribe virgins one branches Komo's sapiens and it was that species that evolved into anatomically modern humans. The other two branches the virgins evolve differently. The most rare branch into the anatomically modern human. With the exception of the mandible the development element of teeth. The most common branch was discovered in graves that were found on the outskirts of villages. And we're all female area to species many of the stories you might have heard about tribes and the Amazon consisting of all female who seem to be based in fact based on hundreds of fossils that have been undiscovered both large jaw groups those vampires all female fossils found bin. Carbon tested hundreds of years. Old Old that is to say that both species were long live and the burial sites where they were found may be thousands of years old. This I would beg the question. Why these two species evolve different characteristics. The Astros a length of time. It took them to evolve to what we consider. Modern man would be based on what they had to do to survive. All three species have the same size cranium again. That is to say that their brain grew the same rate and to the same size but for some reason each address the issue of survival differently bones of those with the large jaw and exceptional teeth founding caves and their bones showed evidence of a disease is called. Ze Zir Adama. Oh Dermot Pigmentosa Tosa. Their skin was sensitive to raise the sun. The branch of female demonstrated a bonus order brought on by what the Chinese would call lack of In the West we would say say that they had soft malleable bones. But the one thing they both had in common. These other species was a parthenogenesis the ability to reproduce without a mate of the opposite sex. This trait would be something that began during the split from other mammals. Well this is all well and good the wire reports which is vampire activity so sparse in these modern times for the answer. Ultra on a metaphor are appendix. was once the size of a large banana. It contained a healthy bacteria breath. Help fight infection now. We Yank them out like a bad tooth. We have evolved past the need for an appendix which isn't vampires also also evolving both species or evolving past parthenogenesis the ability to reproduce without a mate of the opposite sex homo sapiens. conserver five without an appendix. But they cannot survive without parthenogenesis. In other words we need a partner. The opposite sex to reproduce in all three species evolved with the same for defense systems regeneration micro bio DNA and immunity Homo Homo sapiens could feed these four defense systems critical to their survival with a broad spectrum of nutrients dot so that appears in witches or the other two species if you wish vampire systems demanded high levels of protein. Red Blood cells white blood cells and platelets all elements that are contained contained in blood and of course contribute to the maintenance of lung tissue and organs and help maintain parthenogenesis for which those four defense defense systems and parthenogenesis were supported by Chee more sufficient specifically but the Chinese referred to as shipping or lifeforce that is contained in each sperm. So you can see that. Vampires with their Pigmentosa him needed blood to feed the five defense systems that fought off their sensitivity to sunlight which is on the other hand and perhaps because they're female major needs Jing. This might explain explain why throughout history which is mingled with Homo sapiens. In either case both species have evolved past parthenogenesis ability and have taken Homo Sapien mates but in so doing have deluded their very nature. How long three species from the tribe virgins have been mingling. Choline is anybody's guess. But in any given year you could pick up. A Newspaper Watch an odd story on the nightly news about an individual survives extrordinary event or excels in a particular field physical or mental. Who are these people. And what would we discover if we were to trace their revolutionary journey. Will there you have it evolution. which is vampires or to other species spent brought to you by night? Owl Sounds Studio. 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Iran attacks Iraqi bases housing US troops in retaliation for Soleimani's death
"Breaking news out of Iraq where we have confirmation that Iran has launched missiles missile strikes to Iraqi basis at least two Iraqi basis that also house. US forces we have no confirmation yet of the assessment of damage or casualties around the state media is now saying that Eh. They launched these two rounds of missile strikes. And this is I think important and really actually crucial we think about this moment around saying there's no there's no retaliation for America For the latest attacks. Then they will stop attacking but if America tax than their response will be crushing and widespread. It seems to me that this is a calculation nation here by the Iranian regime. At least and getting to some point that does not further. Climb up the escalatory ladder that we have now been on for quite some time and is threatening to plunged the entire region into valuable war joining me now former Republican congressman from Oklahoma Mickey Edwards. Former chair of the House Republican Policy Committee and former Democratic Congressman from Maryland. Donna Edwards also with me Sam Cedar host the majority were podcast and MSNBC Contributor Angelina Maxwell host of signal boost on Sirius Xm and an MSNBC political analyst. Donna let me start with you the the way that we talk about. This tends to resolve revolve around the president. What decision when will he make? and WHO's influencing but America's democratic nation with the constitution that gives the power to declare war the the Congress United States represents this democratic nation. All of its citizens citizens should not be in the hands of one man particularly one man with the faculties that the current president has it seems to me extremely important that across Democrat and Republican particularly Democratic Party Democrat. Cows come out strongly to say no war with Iran. This is madness and do whatever they can to halt escalation is that a possibility ability as UCLA. I do think that there will be in there. Already have been tonight really strong voices coming from speaker. Pelosi herself that we do not want a war with Iran and very sadly this is so reminiscent of where we've been before and I think it's also important for the American American people to step up and declare that there should be no war with Iran and we are at a place where you know. There's a possibility that there could be some some de escalation but it requires seen voices and cool heads to preside both in the White House which I don't expect but certainly coming out with a strong voice from Democrats in the in the Congress and I would expect others who do not want to continue. You need to put service men and women in harm's way and to jeopardize the safety of of the American People Mickey you know there's been an interesting Fisher Asia and the Republican and Conservative collision on this question We we've seen it sort of break out in the open. Sometimes rampaul was on our air earlier. Senator from Kentucky urging us not to enter into worth around. There are some conservative commentators. WHO HAVE THE president's ear who also said the same? This seems to me kind of testing ground of that. What do you you expect to see from Republicans on the hill? Well if we stay with what they have been saying for. Many many years is that we should be very cautious. Che's about going into war but they're the bigger issue here is what you were talking about Chris. So I would hope that the congress is able to back the president op and not have is go into a major war but it's also important that Congress start reasserting its primacy in the field of international affairs primacy in in terms of deciding when we go to war because it's not just this war but with this man in the in the White House or frankly any president the idea that the congress would step by now. You were the democratic voice. Chris you've been talking about and that the Congress would back off and let any president just on his own whim or any other reason take take the country into war is unacceptable and it's time Republicans and Democrats both came together on that one issue. It just crazy to me to view what's happening right now. Does this thing that just happening out there. In the world like we're we live in a democratic society precisely so that we can exert some control and and that's part of constitutional designed by design the founders constitutional design that there are some democratic control. I mean the idea that regardless of what we have in terms of casualties that we must must respond is absurd. We have agency people are going to call for de-escalation. They're either going to call for now tonight or they're going to do it. Eighteen years from now after after what we've been in Iraq and so the bottom line is every single. Democratic presidential candidate should tonight come out and say no war with Iran every single member of the Democratic Caucus in the house and the Senate should be backing the bills by Tim Kaine am by Sanders and Kana in the House and stopping funding and stopping topping the legal auspicies for this war. Somebody's skills worse than Iraq because at least with the Iraq war in two thousand three there was a reason they put forward a reason season and so an American citizen say while there's WMD's now it turned out that that was a lie right but there wasn't articulated reason that the administration collectively is trying to put forward to tell the American people. This is why we're doing this. I have no idea why this is happening Chris. The American people likely do not understand why we are on on the brink of war with Iran and I agree with Sam. All of the Democratic candidates have a chance to step forward in this moment and show that they can be competent. They can be strong and stand on principle there. There is no reason for this and this moment we need to stay take a step back a giant step back over this cannot be a partisan listen moment the Republicans in Congress have to do the same thing. They took the same oath of office. They swore to uphold the same constitution and adjust having Democrats oppose. What's happening what the war is about without any information here but but they can't do it alone? Republicans have to say in this this case this is American lives at risk and we are going to take back the constitutional power. The Congress has the it can't be just a democratic down the the politics of of this which in some senses seemed secretaries. We await at this moment to find out if there were casualties. Both among the Iraqi against Iraqi servicemembers emmers on these Iraqi bases or American service members but of course the politics matter because the politics are part of what will produce the outcomes that happen and the decision that gets made. I mean again. This is all part of Democratic Self Governance. It does seem to me that the war weariness is very real thing it shows up in the polling. It showed up on the campaign trail. There's very very little appetite. Wait for a war with Iran. If you pull that question and even the airstrike against Sulejmani which a to my mind. Reckless escalation along this trajectory was was essentially partisan split. Like do you trust. The Democrats will have the courage of their convictions about how they navigate this. Well I have to say I mean I do you. I mean I remember you know the lead up to the Iraq war in two thousand and whatever it was three four and you know people believe the evidence that was in front of them. I never believed it. But even in the face of thousands and thousands of people taking to the streets still legislators felt a need to like go right up and march toward war. We cannot afford that to have that outcome again. And I think it's incumbent on members of Congress but the American people have to speak up and we know that they're worried because they wanted to pull out of Iraq and Afghanistan in and out of the region all along now here. We are escalating again. And it's time to put a put the brakes on this coming. Both from the Congress in terms of them exercising their authorities Mickey had said but also coming from the American people saying we do not want another war in that region Gen Party. The ball is in the in the hands of the people themselves the power to declare war being Congress means that the people are supposed to make these decisions and this is what they have to show up a child meetings APP to contact their members of Congress and they have to be hurt and there should be a vote. I mean there's going to be a partner. Solution says there's going to be privileged privileged resolution and there should be there should be a vote in the United States. Senate absolutely not say I am struck by how many democratic politicians look I have very little expectations of Republicans at this point. I'm sorry about that but I am struck. By how few how how little maturation there seems to be when I look at the democratic accredit politicians who are coming out there and equivocating at this point because the American public has grown since two thousand two and to a certain extent I remember that time time vividly millions of people who are in those streets at that time and the fact is there was a lot of people who are shell shocked after nine eleven that Shell shock does not exist amongst the American American public anymore but you look at the eyes of a lot of these democratic politicians and they look like deers. If your headlights they need to lead to fight back against what is off. Obviously an attempt to draw this country into war by. Who's you know what who who's driving this bus? It's unclear but it but we cannot allow the the idea that the president of the United States can Willy Nilly create provocations. That dragged this country into this type of quagmire again. The American people have to understand why why we're entering into a military conflict. They don't know that tonight and that's a really big problem. And the communication here. I mean we just go back to say what the facts are on the ground in terms of the the latest loop. There was an attack outside Kirkuk a rocket attack there have been increasing rocketfire Adam at American forces from Shia militias in Iraq. Starting in October Tober Brett mcgurk said that hadn't happened. Eight years that part that itself was part of a escalatory cycle that started with the withdrawal from the Iran deal that kills an American American contractor back in December outside Kirkuk and killed an American contractor wounded several American service members there was a retaliatory strike by the US. It Killed Twenty five Shia militia militia members in Iraq and then that storm the embassy which was essentially disbursed with no casualties and then in response to that wildly provocative talkative s escalating act of taking out killing Qassem solely money. So that is that is the situation that has bras tonight to these reports of ground-to-ground missile. Fire from the Iranian government directed at Iraqi basis that whole both Amar Iraqi service members and American service members Donald. What do you think is happening right now? We have reports that Vice President Pence has briefed Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer Pelosi tweeted tweeted out. She's closely monitoring the situation falling bombings targeting. US troops in Iraq. We must ensure the safety of our service members including ending needless provocations
Parenting Lessons Learned in 2019
"Today we are quickly talking about parenting lessons learned in two thousand nineteen or something that you did right in two thousand Nineteen Katherine. Do you have anything for us. I mean I don't know that I can take credit for this but My daughter really did a good job with the whole college application process and I did not really have to do much. I mean I. I read an essay and I took her on a trip But other than and she really handled it and so I'm that was. That was a really nice thing to win. Yeah Yeah I hope it continues smoothly. Yes to see Friday's episode on things. We're looking for twenty twenty and there. There will be Italian. I believe when we get to that point Terry you well I guess a lesson I learned was to back back off a little bit on the kid. job-hunting front both. My kids were fairly steadily employed this year. My daughter water has had had the same job it she got a job the year before and has kept it all through this year and his liked it very well and it's been growing and it's been going very good to happen. I'm worried about her but might my son has to really steady employers good jobs for him but they sort of lay him off over the winter and so every winter I get this each to find him something else. Find Him something fulltime to go to go to it and you know what that didn't work out when we've done it and really it's okay. He when he's laid off his other things he has the food pantry which is a really good place for him to work and the other jobs come back. I may have to Nag a little bit but I think I've learned that it's just okay to let it be what it is in one of those jobs. If the other jobs go away then we start looking for something else. But I don't have to constantly Lebed on job hunt alert I can just ask and just let it be so. That's I'm going to try to learn that lesson and keep it in the new year and I hope that his employees Tempur both my kids employers will work with me on that by like keeping jobs. Uprisings that number one. I don't have to be feel the constant brushfire look for something and don't have to constantly be putting my kids in a position to be rejected because I couldn't leave well enough alone GonNa Need I. I think I've learned to leave well enough alone. We shall see But I would like to learn that yeah and I mean I guess this past year was boy. It's been a lesson in patience and perseverance in helping your kids achieve their goals. Both of my kids. We're able to successfully achieve a major goal in their life but it took a lot of patience and a lot of perseverance. And that's something that I typically don't have a lot of patients perseverance. I'm I'm I can do if you know I I see that there is like the end of the tunnel I you know it was a real test of my ability to just sit and wait things out and not get anxious Che's than not you know because both situations they were waiting to hear back from a school and which would will ch- will define their future basically the how Russia no pressure that is so hard and it's just it was just a year of like just hurdle after hurdle after hurtling Erta like going you know being able to to complete all the steps required for entry into what they wanted so It was insist a huge lesson. Just waiting it out
"che" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Of detectives Dermot che will be sworn in as the forty fourth police commissioner tomorrow EE CBS news time for eighteen now for traffic and weather together here sundry Ferris go to long island if you're traveling in the westbound direction on the L. E. northern and southern state parkway is you're going to be slow between the Wantagh and the Meadowbrook there's a crash on the southern state park we gonna be have you'll be to eagle Avenue anyway and if you using the L. I. E. right around post road in Westbury is going to be heavy they're all the way to the cross town parkway it's mostly stopping governance mostly stop if you're traveling on the northern state parkway same deal pretty much passing new Hyde Park Road and heading towards the Grand Central parkway go the clear view of the cross on parkway began the Throggs neck over the white stone RFK isn't too bad the southbound Homer driver by exit seventeen into traffic patterns people still getting used so you got to go to the left side to continue on the FDR and then you have that delay there anyway because it's still some left over construction but if they are actually is a moving too bad nor does the west side highway which is moving quite well from end to end release the inbound Holland an inbound link in it's going to be a process there you're gonna need at least twenty five to thirty minutes with the inbound Holland outbound heading towards Jersey at least twenty minutes the Lincoln tunnel more about the twenty minute ride heading inbound and outbound you're doing much better maybe about ten to fifteen now the inbound George still sitting at twenty five lower deck will save you some time if you using the approach is heading out bound to be also the south and being in the north and home of god the westbound cross Bronx north and by Country Club road on ninety five you do have a crash they look after that by Randall Avenue our next traffic update in less than ten minutes on W. C. B. S. five day weather forecast here's meteorologist Frank straight increasing clouds tonight cold but otherwise quiet low twenty nine a bit down mid twenties in the suburbs tomorrow.
"che" Discussed on KTRH
"This impeachment with China quite light the weekend update segment on Saturday Night Live Michael che is one half of the duo who does the weekend update which is you know as a segment one of the most storied segments in SNL history had Dennis Miller who did it I think part as well as anybody norm macdonald who did it I like norm macdonald only uses goes Dennis Miller at it but there's been some some impressive folks to do it so here is Michael che doing the weekend update our opening and I think this is I think this really encapsulates everything of what's going on in this country from the left wow said it Colin yeah because that impeachment hearing was cruel Razi home like what we were supposed to and I was like what watch in person but I got the gist of it just now when he was talking about it I don't think I care of Donald Trump is actually guilty I just want something to happen to okay hypothetically if you found out for a fact that Donald Trump was actually it isn't what they was sent him to jail anyway would you mind so I'm gonna play that again and I want you to listen because this is what the smart set among the young I use that term loosely feels I don't know what the older I'm he'd Sherman things about I don't really care you Laura Solomon vimentin getting men Nunez food news show of specified can keep it all straight Ukraine Russia won't know where that is to be completely eyes are there now that is but there's still I don't like trump so impatient and and this is a lot of people this is in which an end shelf and the like they know this they know who this is what they're operating off of you know somebody said to me somebody emailed to me the other day Hey we all know what they're gonna do so what they just hold a vote move on well that's the whole point is say because this is never been a bow just getting the results it's been about dragging trump through the mud and they know that a lot of people will just passively observe what's going on offer comments at the bar this weekend at the party on their social media pages Mark Twain said or did he it's in dispute this kind of thing he would say but most people credit Mark Twain was having said it's easier to fool people then to convince them that they have been fooled you ever known as somebody who gets sucked into a multi level marketing organization when they get sucked in deep in at some point in all their talk about how rich they're gonna get and you're gonna get other people are going to get you go well all that's good but only if the actual knives or any good for the so or fill in the blank there's all sorts of products when you're going to get rich on the back of a product in you never actually talk about the product you talk about the process it's a good indicator the product itself is not what this business is based on multi level marketing schemes and not everyone of them is bad I may I can't think of one is good but not everyone of them is bad but they're always based on the promise of wealth and how we're gonna structure this in our friends are gonna help friends help friends to help friends and it's going to be great and everybody's going to pay to join this world going to be paying to join this and what are we paying because we're gonna get rich in how are we going to get rich because more people are going to be in it but but but at the end of it everybody has to buy a nice yeah don't focus on that it is always so much money out there in the nice buying public we don't worry about it so you're not a believer you're a negative person every positive so you're never going to get rich that kind of attitude and then when someone gets sucked too deep into this game they've been fooled it was easier for them to have been fooled then for you to convince them they've been fooled most people don't want to dig through the rubble and see that the impeachment is all smoke and mirrors it's all in your window this is not what our system is based on this is role sure trump says and does some things that you might not like.
"che" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"On Himalayas so you guys can all talk and we're going to figure out some fun stuff to do and you're gonNA know they work you can take them anytime day or night even on a full stomach and since they're chewable they work up.
"che" Discussed on Amy Schumer Presents: 3 Girls, 1 Keith
"Girls when Keith which has been quoted by New York podcast why monthly as one of the top ten run a you off they don't let anybody take advantage of but maybe that's not the best way to do it for that neighborhood it was absolutely the best way to do it right the first was in that neighborhood if you if somebody is going to believe that over yeah that's true I feel like there might be Hansa scar what could you do I don't know that that pattern take off dance off we've also predators yeah they're literally just praying somebody to make themselves feel bad that's Keith I mean that's literally I was I was bullying and all through school bullying now and now now maybe a little bit but you know I know but think of it as a couple of people who I would like to apologize to running your door now I'm not doing but but I did I was when you look back and I hope that was pretty bad man no man and woman I go out to equal sweetheart I was a bully until I got older because I was never like I never physically bullied people like I I would bully people in a different way uh where I thought I was just being funny and you don't even realize realize that I was a bully you can find people the way that I got made fun of at home like that was like your way to sort of like that's also communicate with people like my family and make fun of me until I cried as little and that so I was like well that's how you that's how you live the way I remember it was so satisfying once you really learned how to insult properly because recite really stunk it up and I just say anything I heard on TV and I remember the first time I was walking down the hallway my parents got me this news sweatshirt said workout and purple and I thought it was the truth the coolest off the hook I wore it like everyday like I'd cry if I wasn't allowed to re wear it and I'm walking down the hallway and this guy just wants him to we're gonna like you said all he did was say what the things payments in the trash down so angry tried to hang yourself from it ah we're and then that was it that fucking shattered beat he goes I gave Dork and I was just like oh it hurt so bad and then I looked at him and I go eat me like read it somewhere but I was on another shirt off ed chain I believe it was like a cage fighter Oh my God is that you're not caged martial artists yeah yeah in your Hanley Lakes in your in your line of brothers like where do you fall in terms of Thomas Yeah I'll bottom back she's gone Americans younger son like my life was they had already laid the groundwork of were you leave them alone bully because you don't know how much influence you have because a kid how did you realize you were a bully like what older and I started like seeing Francis like man used to be terrible me like are reminiscent talking about how terrible you are we're talking about we thought that was funny no who was it was the thirty rock episode about it where Tina Beker a reunion and she just remembered everybody was so mean to her and then she realized she was actually the bully I really identified with that remember that episode my my sister was four years younger than me so I graduated she became a fresh German in high school and I'm like Oh you've teacher Yo you you're in class with that kid what did they say and she's like they were all like very afraid of you and they hated you and I'm like what I was shocked because I just thought we were having a great time yeah we used to we used to make fun of each other's fathers and that would get really bad because at the time others weren't doing too great Chann- that's-that's expert but it'd be family so you know we just make fun of me his father I can only imagine my mother's in my aunts listening like Jesus these kids dude.
"che" Discussed on Amy Schumer Presents: 3 Girls, 1 Keith
"Hey where you been greg how's talking about a Lotta love and sin someone said next ooh It's came welcome to our finest episode of three strongest episodes of this podcast this season infectious in oh infection and sexist it's yeah okay who said that podcast cobbler the podcast uh-huh Shit great okay he said we weren't just pushing the envelope were flaking it that's big that's big we don't have any listeners on this show per se per se so started Ah podcast where the guests ask we started let's not introduce you for like another two minutes so just blacks and like enjoy the sound of the wind goods I thought today we might have a little bit oh come on viral sorry so let's introduce our amazing esteemed guests today who was named one of Rolling Stones fifty people fifty hottest men in Germany buzzfeed said you're one of the Hani's fifty hottest men in comedy are key three on there I think you were fifty one zero six Chins Michael Tigar on snl you do weekend update you're hilarious comic we've all known you for years say yeah you're you're welcome now you're the head writer right ready I'm one of three me jost in kid okay yeah he's so funny so let's talk a little bit about conflict and sort of our different reaction to it in conflicts that we've been because some people hate conflict and those people don't wind up loving me I would say that's kind of fair to say I think I think conflict is Sir it's good to have a little fear yeah conflicts good yeah I don't run away from conflict you don't run away from conflict gone down yeah your yes you guys both you're GonNa wait from I think when is when is your birthday Eighteen Okay Yeah I'm giving birth to a Taurus so what does that mean like what are you like water tourists Larry stubborn very loyal McKay Honest Oh good what are you keith. What's your sign Scorpio of course ethical that me you now the trouble right they're like they're sort of fiery like yeah they're like unpredictable unpredictable course tv stink so anyway did you guys ever get in a fight a physical fight I'd actually did get in a fight with somebody in high school show choir together and then like I started taking all my friends and then she started going through Scott a crush on and we're same party and she called me a fucking bitch and as a major yeah yeah so I dropped her and I'm never hit anybody before a sense but it did feel pretty good I slapped her but I I big girl and she was like a ballet person and I and I didn't mean it to be like it was but it's like I'm like that guy from of mice and men I didn't know my strength and I just like I just went to slapper inch and she and she dropped and I felt like I was going to do it again I feel like that's why I run from conflict because of so much rage deep down inside of me I'm going to turn out like canister I don't I don't it's so deep down I seriously don't think of you if someone with a bunch of rages people can see that I'm seething with it well she wrote a book about me by the way a young a young adult novel I'm not GonNa tell you I don't want to sell any Bernie was him on the New York Times bestseller for five years uh-huh my fight was well this girl would chase me around like I pissed off the wrong like the only gang on Long Island like I pissed off and so I would get chased and her brother was a bully so I would bully him you know he'd be mean to people and I would trash School yeah this is junior high and these girls put razor blades in the roof of their mouth like tie their hair back cocoa butter you know and so this checks you know black some of them were black but Well I thought Oh my basketball team all the girls were putting cocoa later on so I was putting cocoa butter on and in basketball and they're like amy like you're not like don't you don't need my Ashi and they're like no amy I was so confused by my racial identity but but the girl who would mainly chased me was a white check terrifying and they would wait for me and they would sneak up on me and then one day she was like this pizza place and she was like I WanNa you know squash this and let's make amends and I was like living in terror because when there's somebody like haunting you unless you've had that experience you don't know what that feels like but it was really terrifying time and I was like so Dan go great you know and then she kind of like whistled and like the hang came out and and I can't live I can't whistle it was west side story and then she went as because this is for my brother and she swung at me and I ducked I kicked her when I went back and then my little friend Jen who's a nurse mother three now little Jen chomped on this beasts back and was like try pulling her and then we ran in hidden a church but it was a very scary time and it was south got me in that situation you not that I deserved to be physically threatened but like just what a wise ass I was got me and you know as we know you've been in several altercations probably so I fi- first grade you had to size up with whoever you size up with that's who you for what is that what you're talking yeah you said are used fame sizes him let's go being Kevin Ryan what if your buddy first grade he's just you just knowing you're going to fight you like whoever was in here size bracket I was the youngest of seven right I got five zero two four older brothers and his brother and I'm like by far the north Elsa Siblings eight years older than me Oh wow so whenever there was a kid my size you'd have to fight Moreso now his brother your side in class if my older brother had a girlfriend and she had a son or something like that it's so what is you go to somebody else's house in charge and it's going to raise them I love in the city Manhattan Yeah I wonder if it's like a rural I don't know no I think it was urban in Philadelphia it was like that then I had to move Zeynep Yeah and Federal Merlin Oh God same shit I didn't know you listen Fredericksburg where we had to go real fast always he's he's like rose on Goldenrod goes Tracy's charlize Keith always has a statue of limitations in his pocket right first grade you had to fight off getting that's we paired up masculinity at its worst you always taught by no matter what wasn't masculinity tonight us always talked with a bully you gotta find them back now fight now we were raised to run definitely raised a riot right got to fight the back downstairs and be like Yoga fight anybody we're valuable lessons from that like are you glad that she did that or do you look I think there's maybe a better way to do it it didn't work what by work what do you mean like what do well I mean it it teaches you not to be afraid of anybody okay and it also teaches you like don't let.
"che" Discussed on Making A Masterpiece of Your Life Podcast
"The five elements element to family management the second element of life has kraft aft is concerned with the smooth running of your home making it a happy place for all family members to live and grow families have different rules policies and procedures for getting along and living together if the family and its environment is not managed in a balanced way conflicts arise causing zing pain and distress for family members good family management is like managing a master craftsman's workshop and a critical element to the family's is happiness and success if you think of it as managing the family workshop where people are learning and practicing the way of craftsmanship and life as a craft aft- a wide range of subjects both tangible and intangible come into tangible as in managing the physical infrastructure in your home and equipment intangible as in the thoughtful guidelines and processes you will observe in practice as members of the family workshop stop subjects for study and practice in this element include family goals and objectives the things that you need or want to accomplish as a family home and garden the physical place where you live and learn to practice life as a craft family policies guidelines for cooperation confidential information information that is private to the family and should be protected substance abuse the use of alcohol and medications in a responsible ensemble way family members systems what to do when family member finds themselves in need of help grievances and suggestions out out listen in the line as needed when things get out of sync family policies. I see so many times families find themselves in situations with the need to discuss a policy or rule of the house only to find that the policies at best marginally clear to the family members engaged in the situation and worse. It may be a moment of crisis when emotions are running high. It is at times such. Che's these that family members usually find themselves left with nothing but the first thought or phrase that comes to mind this is rarely adequate to solve all the situation leaving family members bitter and angry instead of people who truly desire to live peacefully with one another. Sometimes things are better said in writing were each family member can individually referred to the policy in private and consider its meaning for themselves examples of sensitive family policies like this might be a family member sexuality substance abuse or financial trouble sensitive issues for which the need to provide family members a dignified way of coming to terms with their situation might be better started on paper to help open the way for family members is to sit down face to face including sensitive topics in writing. Perhaps in the form of a personal letter greeting card also displays an open open acknowledgment by the family that such topics have been thought about an are not off limits that they will be dealt with in a sensitive and respectful manner mindful of each family member's dignity and that they are a real part of everyday human life as human beings family members may have to deal with any or all of them some day in their own lives.
"che" Discussed on Based On a True Story
"Simple. Then at twelve thirty pm Lieutenant Colonel. See that you've got the new orders. He was waiting for. He was told to quote proceed with the elimination of senior Guevarra and quote. Felix tried to delay the order the CIA wanted to keep alive and in custody. So they could gather information from him, but the believe the president himself had issued the order at their stalling for as long as he could without success. The time came one of these soldiers who had been in the firefight, which the day before was chosen to be the executioner. He was delighted to carry out the task, seeing his as avenging the death of the men. Chase soldiers had killed Felix told the soldier not to shoot in the face, though it could not look like an execution. The body would be seen by the media and it had to look like shea had been killed in battle at one ten pm on October ninth, the shots rang out. There was only one person in the room, the executioner, so we don't really know exactly how it happened. There's a legend that says, chafe ace the soldier defiantly by saying, I know you've come to kill me, shoot coward. You only going to kill a man. The first shots hit chase arms and legs. They didn't kill him and it took everything he had to keep chain from crying out in pain. Then soldier shot, again, hitting in the chest and filling his lungs with blood, killing him. Whether or not the legend of chased death happening that way is true or not. What we do know is that chase beliefs had long been that he was just a man. The revolution was more than him. And while people on both sides of chase beliefs, either mourned his loss or cheered his defeat, it is true that the revolutions continued in Bolivia. The revolution took a major blow when she was killed. It end up being defeated. But chase legacy lived on from Mexico to Egypt and India to Algieria chase legacy lived on through rallies and riots in the United States. Chase memory was included alongside riots following Martin Luther King junior's assassination and early nineteen sixty eight as a part of the anti-vietnam war protests spread across the country in Latin America. Chase legacy was much stronger worth revolutions in the nineteen sixties and seventies spanning across Nicaragua Brazil. Venezuela, Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, pretty much every country except Costa Rica. Then one. Hi one. Those revelations ended some like the Senden Eastham National Liberation Front, Nicaragua were successful in overthrowing the government others like Montoneros in Argentina, failed. What are the last revolutions in the string of guerrilla warfare struggles inspired by Fidel Castro and Che Guevara was in Colombia, the guerrilla army, they're known as FARC fought against what they saw as an impressive Colombian government despite Cuba and Soviet. Union's cut in supplies. After chase, death, dampen their spirits to support other rebels in Colombia. FARC continued to fight over the years, their numbers, dwindled, even when their spirit did not. All of that came to an end in a historic moment, a peace deal that was signed between the Colombian government and FARC the last guerrilla army from chase era that peace deal marked an end of fifty two years of struggle for far when it was signed on Monday, September twenty. Fifth, two thousand sixteen. Exactly two months later on November twenty. Fifth, Checa Vars comrade-in-arms Fidel Castro passed away at the age of ninety. This episode of based on a true story was written and produced by me, Dan lab. If you wanna learn more about the life of Che Guevara, I would highly recommend highly highly recommend the biography of John Lee Anderson that is considered to be one of if not the best biography unchaste life. It's called chega VAR a revolutionary life. Now, I'll make sure to include a link to that any more resources for you to start learning more about chase life and events surrounding it over at based on a true story podcast dot com. Okay. Now it's time for the answer to our two truths and a lie game or the beginning of the episode. As a refresher here are the two truth and one life. Number one, Checa VAR was an architect before his life as a guerrilla revolutionary number two. Unlike Fidel Castro Checa VAR was not born in Cuba. Number three was a nickname. His real name was Ernest. Oh, Guevarra. Did you find out which one is ally? The lie is number one while check Avars life before the Cuban revolution include a lot of odd jobs, professionally speaking, he was trained as a doctor. I don't know if you could say he had a career as a doctor since he decided to join Fidel Castro's July twenty six movement, but he did serve as the doctor Fidel's men. So in that way, his dreams of being a revolutionary Dr came true, and that brings us to an end of our store today, but there's always more history to learn view already. Listen to all hundred or so of the past episodes of based on a true story. They're looking for something new to listen to check out some of the Minnesota by becoming a producer for based on a true story, supporting the show costs as much or as little as you want. There's no tears or anything. It's strictly a pay what you want model by signing up. You'll get exclusive access to bonus episodes. Looking at how history is portrayed in fictional movies like back. 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"che" Discussed on Based On a True Story
"By the Soviet Union on the United States requiring a full retaliatory response upon the Soviet Union and quote, with tensions between the United States and the Soviet Union. At an all time high, they decide to pull the missiles out of Cuba chair doesn't like this, and it's eventually the cause for a rift between Fidel and Shay that ends with deciding it's time to leave Cuba and fight another revolution this time in Bolivia. Again, the basic gist is true, but the movie skipped over a lot of details. The movie mentions the nuclear missiles, but doesn't mention the time. The United States tried to invade Cuba by way of a secret mission by a CIA sponsored paramilitary group. So let's start there today. We know it as the bay of pigs invasion, and it took place on April seventeenth nineteen sixty one about a month after president Kennedy's speech on the alliance for progress that we heard earlier. But it's not like this only took a month to plan as we already learned. Fidel Castro's men emerge victorious in the Cuban revolution on January first nineteen fifty nine. So this was being planned while Kennedy gave his speech is basically the point. I'm trying to say there early in nineteen sixty. The CIA in the United States was putting together a plan for Hollywood overthrow the new Cuban government as quickly injection here, your member that I conduct photograph of Che that's made its way. Into countless t shirts and history books over the decades can't show you what it looks like through an audio podcast. But if there's one photograph you've seen of Che Guevara, that's the one that was taken by photographer, Albert. Oh, Korda on March. Fifth nineteen sixty while was at a memorial service for a ship called the Likud over that had exploded in the Havana harbor, killing his many as a hundred people. Fidel Castro officially blamed the United States for the explosion saying it was an act of sabotage, but the US denied the claims speaking of which while that was going on over the United States on March seventeenth. Nineteen sixty is when President Eisenhower approved the CIA as plan to replace Fidel Castro with someone who would be friendlier to the Cuban people or was that someone who would be friendlier to the United States like Petit STA was suppose that depends on who you believe. But Fidel Castro's army wasn't the eighty two men that had left Mexico to overthrow Batista. Now, especially with support from the Soviet Union. They were a more formidable force with the president approval. The CIA began recruiting and training men for the mission in April of nineteen sixty making up the group involved in the invasion where some Cubans who had fled in the wake of the revolution as well as some US military personnel. They were all funded and trained by the way about a year after President Eisenhower approved moving forward with the plan, a new. Resident, president Kennedy was briefed on the progress for the plant and gave it his own approval. That was on January twenty eighth nineteen sixty one. The invasion took place a few months later in April. It began with a diversionary invasion which took place on April fifteenth when two airfields near Havana and one near Santiago where attacked simultaneously by b twenty six bombers that had been painted to match b twenty six bombers that Fidel Castro's men had media picked up on this and began reporting that the attacks from Cuban rebels who are rising up against Castro's government then came the real invasion a couple days later on April seventeenth. Fifteen hundred men landed on the southern side of Cuba south of Havana Checa VAR anticipating the invasion called on Cuban residents to take up arms. All of Cuba needs to resist the invaders together, a force of about twenty five thousand army personnel, nine thousand police and two hundred thousand or so militia. Met the fifteen hundred invaders had on three days later, the invaders surrendered causing a great deal of embarrassment for the US government. It also bolstered Fidel Castro's desire to get help from the Soviet Union since he knew the US had invaded once. Will they do it again in short, yes, while not the full scale invasion. The took place in April after failing with the bay of pigs, invasion operation Mongoose went into effect. The idea behind this plane was to help stage a Cuban revolt internally against Fidel Castro to do this more covert actions by the CIA included collecting intelligence, sabotage
"che" Discussed on Based On a True Story
"Some stories are lost to time. Still others remain hidden waiting for someone to dig them up. And then there are the stories that gained popularity through the books and movies that tell them not every story it's made into a movie, of course. But sometimes there's the opposite stories that are told in movies, not once but many times over. That's the kind of story that we're going to look at today. Speaking of today, looking at the calendar today is eight, two thousand eighteen. That means it was exactly fifty one years ago today that revolutionary leader of our was captured while some people never get their story turned into a film there. Several movies we could pick from to learn about shea. We could cover nineteen Ninety-seven l. Che or two thousand four is the motorcycle diaries. The movie named after a memoir of the real chair of our wrote as a twenty three year old before rising revolutionary fame. Probably one of the more historic. Accurate versions of chase life that we saw screen was the two thousand eight film by seen Soderbergh simply called chain that version with stars benico del Toro as of our was broken into two parts. Thanks to its total run time of two hundred and fifty seven minutes about four and a half hours, but sometimes it makes bear story to look at movies that aren't as historically accurate. And to be completely honest producing a podcast for one movie takes a lot less time than covering to movies and for a peek behind the scenes, watching a one and a half hour, long movie. The one that we're going to be covering today still took me four and a half hours to watch as I wrote twenty three pages of notes, so we can only imagine what it must be like to try to do to movies if we tried to cover the two thousand eight film by Steven Soderbergh actually to films by Steven Soderbergh. So instead today we're going to look at the movie directed by Richard Fleischer and release. Just a couple years after died. A movie also called j except if unless you're reading the transcript for this episode, you probably can't tell there's an exclamation point. So it's not two thousand eight's has much as a much more exciting version with the exclamation point nineteen sixty nine's chain. Dan, the fab, and this is based on a true story. Before we start our story today, let's set up our game to truth and a lie. If you knew the show, here's how it works. I'm about to say three things. Two of them are true, which means one of them is ally. Are you ready? Okay. Here they are. Number one take Vara was an architect before his life as a guerrilla revolutionary. Never. Two. Unlike Fidel Castro. Chega VAR was not born in Cuba. Number three chain was a nickname. His real name was Nesto Guevarra. Got him. Okay. Now, as you're listening to our story today, you'll find the two facts scattered somewhere throughout the episode. And then by simple process of elimination, you'll know which one is alive. And of course, we'll do a recap at the end of the episode to see how you did one last thing real quick. If you ever wanted to get more based on a true story, you can buy helping to support the show. It's on a pay what you want model or so a dollar five dollars a month. It's really the choices up to you. And then as a way of saying, thanks for your support, you'll get access to all of the bonus episodes. Some weeks there supplemental material to these falling episodes and others. They're just fun. Little mini. So's where we take a look at how history is portrayed in an entirely fictional movie like pirates of the Caribbean, the Rocketeer or just last week. We looked at Jurassic Park Duplan more about that at based on a true story podcast dot com. Slash support what's again, that's based on a true story. Podcast dot. Com slash support. And now let's learn more about the man who's revolutionary dreams came to a violent end fifty one years ago today by comparing history with nineteen sixty nine's chair. Chair. The movie begins with a close up of of our. He's lying on a table of some sort staring straight at the camera. Then we see in bright red tax credits. Begin Omar Sharif stars as Jack Palance as Fidel Castro. The credit stop and around here is when you start to notice that Omar Sharif version of Che is still staring at the screen. He hasn't blinked. Is he dead? Then we hear chase voice over. Whenever death may surprise us, let it be welcome if our battlecry has reached even one receptive ear and another hand reaches out to take up arms and quote. That is a real quote from shake Vara and in the movie. It's what we hear as uniform men enter the room, which as lying he is dead. The men take his body and put it in a helicopter. Well, maybe in is a bit of a stretch. It's put on the side of small chopper and then strapped down. So they'll stay there during the trip. After this opening scene, we see Jack plants version of Fidel Castro landing on a beach with him are a bunch of uniform soldiers. Then as they're walking the countryside, we see Omar Sharif version of Che, he sweating profusely and falling behind from the other soldiers as he's gasping for breath. When
"che" Discussed on The RV Podcast
"Diagrams and photos on our blog and how to check the oil. But it's very simple. You need maybe a flashlight, a rag or some paper towels. And that's about it. If you have an older road trek, which you do a two thousand two, I think with the compartment mounted generator, which I think is the it's the own an o n a n. You don't even have to crawl around on the ground. It has little access panel door. You pull it up and then out with the latch. Che's and you take the panel aside and then it's easy to get install it right back. But behind the panel, you will see everything you need to do. There's a little dipstick there a little orange orange reddish orange dipstick might be a bit dirty, but it's next to the fuel-filter roughly in the centre. Just unscrew it, wipe it off with a Raga paper towel, and then you just, you know, just check it in your car. You insert the dip stick into the filler hall, but don't screw it in. And that's different. By the way from the bigger own generators, sometimes RV dealers get it wrong. And that's one reason. Some people have low oil and their generators but don't screw it in on your older one. Just pull the dipstick out. See what the oil level is should be. You know, in the hatch marked area between the full on the lull and then add oil. It only takes about a quarter of oil so it doesn't need much. If it's low, some people use a little plastic squeeze bottle with a spout. You know, like the, you know, red and yellow ketchup bottles that you see in some restaurants, couple of squirts, and you should have all all you need with the oil. And there you go. It will tell you everything you need. So if you have any other questions, just call road track. They have a service number eight, eight, eight road trek. It's free and they will help you figure it all out..