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"cahan" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM
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"cahan" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
"In the the fbi qualifies him as a narcos terrorist as well. I believe it exactly. Yes so he is identified as being this prime. You know member of this group but he has no convictions. As in nobody has ever making made anything. Stick yet to can han- Spoiler alert for me And i think it will be apparent later in the segment Are we going to get to why that's not happening. Or why he's walking around peachy king why we'll talk to me about it. Talk to him was wait till the till the we need to learn more. I think i well. There's more stuff to this and it's huge in. It's like i'm breaking apart. The timeline already in by telling this tube. Sorry terrible storytelling going on over here. But there was there was a shootout that are are emailer mentioned there dare or there are several deaths that started with With the event that was described there. And that's really how the world or at least the bbc came to know. Dan can eoghan and they're seeing in ireland in february of two thousand sixteen. That's when the gunman that attacked away in at a boxing match and it resulted in the murder of somebody who was a leader. I suppose in the hand crime cartel at least. That's the way there it was reported. And it's thought that perhaps daniel can hand was was the intended target of those gunmen but they instead killed somebody also high up in the organization. Just not not the target is this feud yeah this is the key hutcherson feud and there's a longtime line there of like a murder that takes place in spain and then from there there's a cascade of retaliation murders with between the two families with the crime families and there's even footage you may have seen this. There's some pretty grisly footage of this occurrence that you can find online and there's a bbc panorama documentary that includes portions of that footage You can find it online at a couple of places in the us. It's kinda difficult to track down and to be able to watch but you can find portions of it on youtube if you search. Panorama bbc boxing. And maybe daniel canan you can find you can find it or you know watch it. Watch it in a legitimate way if you can't if you wanna pay for it and support the the broadcaster it's just it's difficult to do and it doesn't support canan if that's what you're worried about a no no no no no no. We're not even weed eating to get to the heart of the stuff the concept that this guy who is allegedly making all of this money through this crime syndicate selling drugs selling guns doing all kinds of other things like that is then profiting off of these boxing matches that are you know on pay per view their their broadcast the world over they make millions and millions and millions of dollars and potentially can launder all of that money easily through betting right. That's one of the great things about about sports and bedding. You can launder crap loads of money through that stuff Just that the these are boxing matches that end up. Being title fights for organizations that are not necessarily connected with work with organized crime in any way. So it's like selling the image of the sports selling the image of those organizations and in this case actually getting people killed because of this. This gang war. I think the most remarkable thing too about the story on the bbc that not the most remarkable. I'm being i'm being silly. But there's an amazing picture of this guy. Tyson fury And he's wearing like this really like crazy. Print jacket was eight balls on it or billiard balls or no. it's like actually images of like boxers printed on the jacket. He's wearing no shirt underneath and a titus around his bare neck. It's an absolute talking about tyson fury tyson. Fury is amazing. Dude got thing to behold. He's he's hailed. I and i don't even wanna use the term but as like The traveler king may or something like. That's how you say it now. The bbc panorama. I think referred to him as the gypsy king. I don't know but he's he's like he's pretty awesome. You can see some well. In my opinion he's a very interesting character. Let's put it that way. Because he really kinda just jumped on the scene and then he went into some hard times. You've got us. Some hard rough places came back and he. He seems to be pretty inspiring just in that he just goes for it. Under brad. pitt's character was based on him. A mickey o'neil from snatch is like a known cinematic adaptation of tyson fury. Okay makes perfect. He's like how that's actually how i learned about. Tyson fury No ding brad. Pitt's acting but i thought this had to come from some weight that display remind. Is that true. Yeah oh gosh. Because i you know. I didn't learn about him until he was kind of working his way up to that titlefighting the late teens twenty. Well that's the that's the rumor. At least i haven't talked with brad tyson about those. The maybe maybe we can get together and see but yeah. That's that's the concept you know. And of course there are people who would say they object to that characterization of the perpetuation of a stereotype and so on but the But from what i understand. Yeah make you kneel. And snatches is based on tyson fury or inspired by and there's a little bit of I don't know if the timeline works out. But there isn't who who directed snatch again guys guy ritchie guy ritchie. He's a boxing fan as well so he would have been aware it. Absolutely and like born and bred british subject. Good point so this would also is weird here. I have watched the panorama documentary yet matt. But what's weird to me here. Is that guests. A ton of money moves through boxing longtime listeners. You know we didn't agree with brian. Toohey on absolutely everything that he claims regarding sports and corruption. I but boxing a hot historically at least a hotbed of corruption. And normally of promising. Way to launder dirty money if you happen to be running a criminal organization that makes north of one billion dollars in terms of net worth this. This'll get you a lot closer to having that money cleaned than say a car wash or even selling you know arguably selling Even the high end art trade. Oh yeah for where. I think we're forgetting about laser tag about laser tech before we move onto the next thing. I just want to put a couple sources in your minds so if you wanna read more you can. There is a double in live dot e article. Here it's titled daniel. Cahan is a dangerous man who brings terror to boxing. World says berry mick. Gannon mc mc mckinnon m. c. g. u. i. g. a. n. Michigan hello sorry. He's he's a famous person who i should know how to pronounce her name. But you can look that up on dublin live. It's got some great reporting on this and also if you go to talk sport dot com. You can read an entire rebuttal. Essentially from daniel. Kim hand himself where he takes all of these allegations that have been hitting him for about fifteen years or you know for. The allegations have been hitting for a long time. He talks about his long connection to the sport of boxing. It's really interesting to see it to see a pr statement like this put forward by someone that is allegedly this big crime boss. Because it if you're just reading it it doesn't feel like it's a crime boss and it just makes you while the pr teams really good. This guy's brilliant or something is going on here..
"cahan" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM
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"cahan" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM
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"cahan" Discussed on In Black America
"Two has an older now but he was very aware of it he was roughed up a couple of times once at the end of Medgar. Evers Funeral The police just you know got cameras through them in almost like a cage him and a lot of other people. He was spit at a lot. He said and you know he was He wasn't a large man but he he. He played football in high school. He was a quarterback. So you know like well quarterbacks he kind of knew where to move and he knew how to protect himself and You know he He wasn't too worried he but it took an awful lot of courage You know he really developed moves. Oftentimes a white writer journalist would come down to the south and Ernest withers would be not only his chauffeur but really his eyes and ears to get him through the South and and the same hell through with black for a black journalist who came down from jet or Ebony and you didn't know the ways of the South this is where he grew up and he really understood a lot of the kind of the mores of how to conduct yourself. I'm glad you mentioned that cause I kind of skipped over but you brought this full circle back to me when he first started taking photographs for the black press. I'm trying to remember the newspaper. He went to work for and he was under. That attitude of publishes Tula Rich for a while right right well it was. You're thinking of Alex Alex Alex Thinking Wilson L. Alex Wilson. Right was people will know Alex Wilson because he was the very tall journalist who was punched and kicked around right at the Little Rock and that was it was the night of that that was on. Tv that Eisenhower said he was going to send paratroopers out there and Wilson was a big man in a really smart man. And you could tell how you know. He was just ganged up on the. They kicked us. You know they. They kicked him. They pushed his head off into the street. And and Wilson who was a former marine refused exactly and And and and withers was supposed to be there that day and he just by assignment he was in He was a Memphis and not in little rock and he did a lot of photography of the of the Little Rock. Nine and Wilson was really the man he was with them when King and Abernathy got on the bus in nineteen fifty. Six and We're there's really respected him. There's a lot about journalism. Exactly THEIR OTHER PICTORIAL BOOKS OUT. Jet Was make this particular book special. You know I think we use the photographs to set up history I. I'm not a southerner so a lot of this was new to me and and and frankly it was really eye-opening. I in and we we use photographs to tell the story of the integration of say the Memphis Public Library The integration of the Memphis pools Using first graders in nineteen sixty one to integrate memphis public schools. Which was pretty thirteen. First graders were used to to to break the color barrier. You know you talk about the bravery of Jackie Robinson. Well you can imagine the bravery of these first grader. Hand their parents right and and so it's not so much a portfolio I e when you open the book you see about two hundred and fifty photographs and you think it's just going to be one of those big beautiful portfolios but there's every picture let us on an adventure and we really tracked down each picture and set it in context now on the front and back inside. There's a picture of Andrew Young and then the first photograph of the book itself this Andrea Wide Links photographs. Well in withers died in two thousand seven and in two thousand and eleven. It was revealed that was paid. Fbi Informant Okay and In some ways to some people like Dick Gregory it made withers traitor But other people who knew withers and who understood the times It's it's it's much more nuanced you know. He's a it's nineteen fifty nine. He's a photographer in Memphis in the FBI comes to them says insures. How NUMBER ONE? How do you say no to the FBI? Right number two. It wasn't clear yet that time a hoover's hatred of King and the movement was not clear nineteen fifty nine so it wasn't like you were just switching sides and Withers there's wrote in two thousand and one that the FBI had been following him for years didn't say format and he said he really tried to never get himself into you. Know controversial secretive moments and Andrew. Young WHO's a big defender of whether's said basically. We had no secrets to hide. There was nothing to really demolish took photographs and told people where events were. It was okay with him and you also ride dad. Whether said that he made. He made a habit of not being with decisions. Were being smoking about during his time with with the movement exactly he you know withers was a smart guy and he knew what he was doing. Now that doesn't take away. The feelings that other people have had over the years. That withers you know. Betray them because they simply didn't know what his dual role was and I understand that on a personal level. But you know there's there's you know. I don't think his involvement affects these pictures in the least and whether he should have been or shouldn't have been. I don't think we can really judge him because he's not around to really stand up and defend himself and You know it's not as clear as as it might seem at first all right. You also talk about whether he had nine children. H Eight children and one was involved in an accident out in California. And Isaac Hayes did a benefit concert to bring back to Memphis exactly and Isaak's paid for Dorothy to head out to California and bring them back on a on a special point you know you. I think people who in Memphis understand this but obviously outside of Memphis. They have no idea how withers was absolutely beloved beloved by the entertainment community beloved by the Sports Community. And and this is the guy that was if you go onto legacy dot com and your comments after. That's how the book actually starts to me. We'll write about somebody after they die. Oh my gosh. He was just one and he was just always there. He was the guy that was you know photographing in the schools and everyone you know really did love him and care about them so it you know there's no question. It was a shock win. These revelations came out but I think that if he was alive he'd have a good. We would better understand what happened. You know remember withers really also. Didn't say not to photo assignments. He was a photographer. This is what he did in the school. Board wants to picture of the graduation. He says yes you know Jet Magazine wants them to you. Know fly down or not fly down but to drive down the Sumner Mississippi to photograph the Emmett till trial. Nineteen fifty five. He said yes. He ended up paying. I I think he got paid. Something like seventy five dollars for a week of work but he just with somebody that wasn't going to say no because I think he loved it. He absolutely everybody he photographed. He knew he knew there. You're their uncle. Their aunt their family members a really important part of this community in Memphis. You also write about. On the day that his dad died he went to the that day and didn't have doesn't assignment later on that evening. He did he never he never shirked assignment His kids who all love him and know him but they also know that their fathers I I won't say I love but loyalty was work. This is how family survived now. We skipped apart that in the early in his career he gets a little law enforcement right right and it was fired. Yes he was he was wanting to Memphis is first African American Patrol officers and those days. If you were black you could not just a white person. You could not carry a gun and supposedly. He was fired because he was bootlegging liquor. It's it's hard to know D. Says it was a a Jealous Lieutenant? I have no idea but you know he he. I'll say this. I think that was a hustler. Good sense of the word he he was trying to get ahead in life and And that was just. That's that's that's one of the reasons why we have these photographs. The man who created a couple of million photographs because he never said no to an assignment. Also you have pitches of Elvis Presley in that. Yeah Yeah you know. Elvis Presley was certainly an important part of the Memphis music scene and I think Elvis Presley made it pretty clear that he learned a lot of his moves a lot of his music. From the African American the Beale street crowd and he hung around oftentimes. There's a picture of him at the goodwill review which was a radio station W. DA's annual fundraising events in nineteen fifty six. Elvis was a big man in the white and African American community. And there's a picture of him just milling around with some young teenage you know performance and you can see them swooning for him. It's funny Elvis. Used to shop at a place called Landscape in Memphis and the owner of told Ernest that he should only photograph Elvis Presley that that he would become a millionaire today if he had only photographed Elvis Presley and I think he's probably right but Who knew then. And I'm I'm glad that nurse where there's you know photographed other things because we probably have enough pictures of Elvis Presley when you went back to Memphis talk about ernest. What was the reaction? Oh it was great. We had a book launch last month and people were thrilled to finally see these pictures all put together in one place. I mentioned ernest daughter. Roz right she she still runs this museum. And you can see many of these pictures of the museum but for all the people that can't come down to the withers collection museum. They have this chance to see you. Know a whole life devoted to photography and and And it's really and and a lot of these pictures. Roz and many other people have never seen before because we got a chance to go back to the negatives and prints right from the negative so things that that earn himself probably a never seen before because he'd never made principal out of it. You know he was. He was out getting another job when you had an opportunity to to to review some of the photos. Did you have a moment? Oh boy I think I had. I had a lot of them. I thought the picture of that I mentioned of young Martin Luther King in nineteen fifty six with Ralph. Abernathy is really an important photo. There's another great photo of Moses Right Emmett till Great uncle and he's standing up in court and I've read about this before. What a courageous move a black man had never really accused pointed ed white people for a capital crime and he stood up and he points to the two men that were accused of the crime. And withers wasn't supposed to take a picture. But he was in. He was in the front row holding his camera and He took a picture of of Right standing up. Oh my gosh the this moment bravery and I'm so happy it was captured by by somebody. And of course it was Ernest Withers. Kinda like the forest gump. No matter what happened he was always there. And that's that's incredible when looking at some of the photographs. I was with cheekily enamored with the one that had Dr King. Arriving in Memphis. Yeah just before. Well it was. It was the day before the assassination April third nineteen sitting right. Yeah it's It's kind of a simple photo. But you know like everything else when you look back at some photos You you you see filled with pathos and interestingly and this is kind of a secret of the book but that Night Martin. Luther King gave the famous mountaintop speech..
"cahan" Discussed on In Black America
"From the University of Texas at Austin K. UT radio this is in black. America. The pictures that he took for the nineteen forties tonight and they were really documenting. The movement they were documenting the dream and it ended with The assassination of Martin Luther King and obviously the movement continued but times changed his cameras. Change team he moved down to a thirty. Five millimeter camera took mostly color film. So it's a whole nother look at you know. There's there's a beauty to this. You know classic black and.
"cahan" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"Kevin was out of cigarettes and I got him a fresh pack. I told him I had two options. Either bring the polygraph operator down and we talk in general about the setup or go to the other room and brief the polygraph operator. Kevin said he'd like a few minutes to sit and smoke a cigarette. So I told Kevin I'd be back in a few minutes. I met with our officers room number five sixteen and explain to our polygraph operator. Tom Cahan Sqi where I was at in the interview. And we discussed key points for the polygraph. Thompkin ski ask if Kevin was rested. Enough to take a polygraph. I then return to talk together while the polygraph questions were prepared. I asked Kevin if you've ever taken a polygraph before then he said No. I explained to him that he needed to be rested. And calm and prepared to take the polygraph. We talked about the late hour and I again offered to let him sleep either at the motel or in his dormitory. Kevin said that he felt good that he felt relaxed and that he wanted to take the polygraph. And get it over with. I told him we had some time until the polygraph operator was ready. We just sat and talked about the adjustment to college. We talked about how easiest classes were and his preparation from high school and said that he was real excited and that he had a whole new chance to get a new life started and was hoping that we would come down and get done with this and he wouldn't have to deal with it anymore because he was really comfortable in his new life that he had started. Kevin also talked at this point in time about his roommate and how somebody college must do a really good job of matching roommates because he has roommate clicked right from the very beginning and he really liked the Guy Lot. He had a nice girlfriend. Kevin then mentioned that he had already met a couple of girls at Ohio State. And how much better things were going at college. He added that just today a girl had walked up and talk to him in one of his classes without him ever having to talk to her do anything and he didn't think about getting a number but he was excited because he would see her in class the next day and would be able to get her number and she would be a new friend to be able to talk to. After we talked for a few minutes there was a knock at the door and he was Tom Cahan. Sqi I introduced Kevin Young and Thompkins. Reggie Thompkins ski then. Brought in the polygraph equipment and began setting it up on the table. I talked to Kevin and asked him if there was anything else I could do for him and he said No. I told him if there were any questions or problems. I'd be in the other room and they could call me at about two. Am I left? Tompkins ski and Kevin Young in room. Five twenty. I went to room five sixteen to wait for the polygraph. To be completed we again discussed the interview. We were just discussing a number of options and I contacted Special Agent Jim. Right of the FBI at home. Jim Wright provided direction for the interview. If it should continue and reminding me the cabinet I could be getting tired. I decided to focus on the polygraph as a break and use the next session as a new time of talking to Kevin. About two forty five. Am when the polygraph test was over. Tomcat Cahan ski left Kevin In Room. Five twenty and came to room five sixteen to discuss the results. He told me that there was slight deception on all but two of the questions however he added that Kevin had an extreme high stress heart rate. That could be related to the interview or just being tired. Thompkin Hansi explained that he had not confronted Kevin with any of the results. I took the note pad with Tom. Cahan skis notes and questions on it and went back to five twenty to meet Kevin. Kevin was still seated at the table. Where Tompkins Haski had conducted the polygraph? I pulled a chair directly in front of Kevin and told him that I was concerned. I explained that he had not done well on the interview as I had hoped. I explained to him that there were a number of questions for which he showed deception. I told him it was late and asked him if he thought being tired had a lot to do with it. Kevin said he thought that that must be it and that he was sure he was telling the truth. I looked right in the eyes and asked him if he did it. And once again he replied. I didn't do it. I then reminded Kevin that we both had been up all day and then gave him some options in terms of what he might like to do. I told him that I was down here to learn the truth from him and to help him and then I would do whatever he wanted to do. I told him one choice was that I could take him back to his dormitory. And if you wanted comeback next week to see him a second choice was to take him back to his dormitory and see him again after classes. The third choice was to continue to talk. Kevin said he wanted to continue talking and that he wasn't tired and felt that he could best help by continuing to discuss the incident. We took a short break. Kevin went to the bathroom and I got him another pop. I didn't start by talking to Kevin. About how important this was for me personally to get through to the person who did this to Lisa and get them the help that they needed. I explained that most of the police department and most of the investigators had kids and that they were only out to solve a crime. Kevin said that he had heard a lot of things about Lucasville prison and he had been thinking about that and that it would be really awful for the person who did this to Lisa to have to spend the rest of their life in a place like Lucasville prison within talk in general about the need to punish adults and to help kids within reviewed how he heard about what happened to Lisa. He talked about texts coming over to his house about his mother. Walking him up about the fact that his mother knew because she'd gotten a call but that his mother didn't tell them Kevin talked about how text was real wild and upset about the whole thing. Kevin said he didn't think much about it until he was at Arab later in the day. I told Kevin I had some concerns about what he said to others about Lisa while he was at Arabic he said he only knew techs told him I asked him what techs told him and he said Techs told him that Lisa had been knocked off her bicycle bludgeoned and raped. I then confronted Kevin with the information. I had that he was insisting that should been stabbed and not beaten and that he was insisting that she had not been raped. Kevin denied that he said that and added that maybe sometime later in the day he had heard on the news or otherwise that she had been stabbed and that she wasn't raped and that he remembers at some point hearing that Friday night and that he figured that must be what the kids were referring to again started to focus on. Kevin and I told him that I was scared and I thought he was involved and then I will really hate for something to happen to them like him going to prison for the rest of his life. I told him I really urgently needed him. To tell the truth. Kevin began moving into seed looked around the room with quick. Darting is he then looked at me relaxed back in the chair and told me that he was tired and then he needed a break. He offered to sleep on the couch for a couple of hours. Kevin said he wanted to get up. Talk some more. And then take the polygraph again to prove his innocence once and for all I discussed my concern that he be arrested for the polygraph. Kevin again offered to stay in the motel room and asked me if I would help him explaining to his teachers if you missed the classes because he had a couple of quizzes coming up. I told him I would help him in any way possible. I asked Kevin if you'd rather go back to his dorm and sleep and he said he was afraid he would spend the rest of the night explaining this to his roommates. I asked Kevin if it was a normal day and he was up till four. Am The current time how late he would sleep. He said probably until ten or eleven am. I told Kevin that I would move my bag out of the bedroom room. Five twenty as a two room suite and that there was a large bed and bathroom and that he could have the sweet himself for the night. I suggested that he just rest and go to sleep and wake up when he was ready to go for the next day. Kevin asked me if he could call his parents and I said sure and offer it again to pay for the call. He then thought about the time said he did not want to worry them by calling at four in the morning and asked if he could call what he got up. I told him sure he then went into the bedroom in five. Twenty and close the door. I straighten up room five twenty little and winter room five sixteen and advised Deputy Chief. Roche's that I was done for the night. I left a note for Kevin Call Room five ten if he needed something. Before I returned it was four forty five. Am Been Retired for the night. I got up about eight a m a little before eight thirty. The phone rang and it was Kevin. He said he was up and ready to go. I told him I was taking a shower and ask. If you've got a chance to take a shower. He said no but he would love to. I told him never towels. So Shampoo and everything in the bathroom sweet and it was paid for and he might as well use it and make himself comfortable and I will be down shortly. I got dressed and went down to room. Five twenty as Kevin was coming out of the back room. He told me he was ready to go and he felt good after the shower. I asked him if you'd like to start with some breakfast. And he said that. That sounded like a good idea. There was a complimentary paper from the motel. I gave them the paper and asked if he wanted to look at it. I asked him again if he still wanted to. Take the polygraph. He said yes. He really needed to prove that he was innocent. I told him I thought he'd be more relaxed. If thompkins Sanski went out to breakfast with us he agreed. I explained that Tomka Handy had gotten up early and gone for a walk. I Left Kevin. Reading the paper for about twenty minutes until I located Tom. I then returned to Kevin's room and told him that Tom Clancy would be along in a couple of minutes. Kevin I discussed the Middle East and a couple of other current news items until Tompkins ski knocked on the door. We ask Kevin where he wanted to eat and he said anything was fine as we walked out of the room door Kevin Remember that he had forgotten to call whom I started to walk back into the room and said I would charge the call to the city. Kevin thought for a minute then said No. He'd rather wait until after the polygraph. When it was all over Kevin Young Tom Kamsky and I then walked to the area of the front desk. Where the Motel restaurant was located and we debated between eating there. Or at the Bob Evans. Next Door Kevin said he liked Bob Evans. So we walk. Next door came at breakfast of coffee and orange juice in French. Toast with about an hour to eat breakfast. Relax and talk. Kevin talked a lot about computer games in dungeons and Dragons Tompkins. He expressed an interest in dungeons and dragons and Kevin explained in detail about using the book. Being the Dragon Master and being a player he said a lot of the kids asked him to be dragon. Master he added that it was tough to be a player after. You've been a dragon master because you knew the book. He said that. A dragon master to come up with a lot of obstacles when players had been dragged masters. Kevin also talked about video games and Nintendo. He was proud of the fact that he had mastered Super Mario Three..
"cahan" Discussed on Long Distance
"I walk into a room in the eighties season. It just asked what are you. What are you I'm Filipino? It asked What is that as a kid? I realized likes quickly how to adapt as a kid. I realized that my identity man in less than getting the work my identity was malleable. Identity over time becomes missed this his role for a Chinese character. Straight up. Lie about taking any of the race and sell it much better than that. Well my grandmother. My Dad's side. She's part Chinese. There's actually true you kind of answer is always good enough any amount of anything. All of that thing in the eyes of the cast nurture. They check their box. They found a Chinese actor. They done the job and I grew up understanding. My reciprocal roll out play in this dance. I get better at this. As time went on it explained. The role was for Mexican. And they asked what are you you stand up a little straighter while you understand. The Spanish colonized Mexico they call. Is it the same in the Philippines. So we're Latino also any amount of anything I was all of that thing in the eyes of the cast nurture. They check their box. They found a Mexican actor and now got the Gig and they got a free lesson. Imperialism mid town search this tournament to being a book all kinds of roles but never Filipino. Play Mexican Roles Puerto Rican roles Chinese rules Korean every Asian role never playing any Philippine roles until I did the debut taking some gone on there. God what is Hell Again hit-back on reeds to be real tight. We sing it all the time. It all changed when high school started. WHO's love it? Gang called Bird Khuda for Kata it's Tagalog. It means like the people you hang out with your friends seem to to me. You Speak Tagalog. Oh fluently SOI. That was a scene with Dante. Bosco and Joy Bisco in the debut debut an independent film released in two thousand one directed by Jean Cahan written by John and John. Manal Castro starring a cast that included veteran Philippine actors like the late Eddie Garcia in young Filipino. American actors Dante who plays the lead role of Ben a Filipino. American high school senior who doesn't unidentified with his Filipino side. But in the night of his sister's debut or traditional Filipino. debutante ball then comes into his own as he meets other young Filipino. Americans gins and learns about his culture and himself in the process..
"cahan" Discussed on Messari's Unqualified Opinions
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"cahan" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"On the radio glad you're here across the country millions listening. I'm going to try and sell under the sound of the trump. He'll be saying I want to ask. Thanks thanks with you. We we paid sounds impressive but obviously you have done it because I still sound like crappy. Elvis durant in the morning show. I don't know for some reason I keep thinking about the Jonas brothers. I don't know why we were out on vacation on on the honeymoon and all that kind of stuff I I got a text toussaint congratulations and we're watching them They're still out on the roads everywhere. I think there in Kansas City last night or the night before they you know when they decided to put it all back together and go out on the road. I'm assuming they know what it's like to be on the road. They know it's a lot of hard work and now they have families. It's like but they look like they're having a great time. I think they're having a better time this time around because I don't think they're taking themselves as seriously as they did the first time around. They look like they're having fun right and the families are coming along which is really cool. I mean Danielle and I were staring hard. Core the families as much as we could at their concert at the contest. We'll be watching the Jonas brothers. There's no we're watching Priyanka. Chopra Turner and Daniel Daniel Evans Wife Danielle had a big birthday party and they're on that huge Jonas brothers jet yeah which is the size of of Air Force One right and so our our friend Mikey Russo the a wedding and party planner to the stars decided to throw a little party for on the jet sounds sounds fancy so they got together to wish Daniela Happy Birthday. Just keep an eye on the Jonas brothers. I know they're going to be in Dallas tonight tomorrow night. You're not done. They've got a lot more more to go and I can't wait till it's over and ask them if they really truly enjoyed the experience as much as they thought they would. It's kind of where you all right. Thank you got to be a little tire lease. I mean we jingle jingle ball season on the way. We only do like three shows. We're four and out. They do like thirty thousand around the room. We'll start with you Danielle. What's on your mind today so yesterday. I was trying on boots and my closet you know like I like to get rid of replenishing Dino Ranger boots. I put on a booties this morning but then I realized it was going to be eighty degrees but I don't think it matters. It's full so here's my question even if it's fallen eighty degrees. Can you still wear boots. Toed boots talpet open toes but these are closed fine. I'm fine right. Where would you want no matter when you know what my mom always used to say hey she said if it don't hurt don't look good. Lord you wear those painful. These are actually coffee wearing boots then. Thank you comfy my a favorite cat froggy. What's up with you today. You know just want to confirm that when we were in Santa. Fe for your W us. Samantha got stuck in a bathroom. Somebody here just got stuck in an office couldn't get in their office and I broke in once again with credit card. You can break in a lock with a a credit card. If you think you can't you can't I got I got him out of the bathroom and I just hope somebody breaking their office here the radio station with a capital under the rescue. That's like does work as a hero. You aren't so as a capital one yes and get you out of a locked room. Whatever you gotta taking an entering taking capital. That's why it's important to have your capital one card on you at all times producer. Sam what's up with you. I want to remind everyone that Karma is so real and it could be a funny little bitch sometimes dinner. One of the girls I was with one night decided. She liked the plate that we were eating off of so she decided to steal it. She got caught by a staff member. WHO approached her inside. I saw you put that in your bag and she played stupid. She said talk about whatever well she felt guilty later on tonight so we brought it back to return it and the person said I knew you d back took the plate and gave her her cell phone. Oh drunk girl left her cell phone there and when she said you knew I left this and you're gonNA give it back the place that Oh it's okay when you do it. Karma is a bitch yep so you know all's well that ends well but don't steal stuff guys. Don't leave the room. I WanNa talk to you. Sam About Your Bachelorette party from here. Wasn't your Bachelorette party but someone else right right. What's up with you today. Gandhi hello I don't know if you guys have any idea how much of a bill you have to have like a dollar bill or twenty dollar bill to be able to use it because there's a little bit of a scuffle in Europe in my fifty dollar are fifty euro got ripped. Can I go exchange it. I feel like I have enough of it. Oh I'm showing its Elvis right now. Three American currency it's more than half of the bill but and you have more but that's such that's the euro. I don't know I would take it to your local. La Bank and see if they'll take it. I'm going to try because that's not fifty fifty euros a lot. I I gotta go. Get it back all right. I like that question. What's a Scotty been the United States. You have to have one serial number intact and then they'll reassure you. That's let's the euro. Can you go look down your nose. The weirdest study I have all the Scotty can't find his way home after work tell you he could tell oh you wanna know that currencies got got a number from you serial number so cute yeah he is. He's so producer Sam Hi. I came into work yesterday after honeymoon off a week and I'm like we're saying oh she's on a five day BACHELORETTE party. I'm like well. That's gotTa be good news career so you got kicked out of a club. Yes that's because someone puked in the corner shooting happening. That happens does it. Yes Oh you broke a pool. No we caught someone breaking a Jacuzzi whilst having sex how do you breakage cousy whilst having sex a foam in it for a bubble bath which you're not supposed to do now progress from watching a couple of get it onto watching a couple nakedly try and scoop foam out of this okay so how many any of you were on this Bachelorette Gig. There were nine of us and you know it's just a headache about to happen. So can you tell us where you went. Yeah we were out of beautiful order was breathless in Cancun. Okay so nice and we made it look a little engineer. Did you have did they change the name topless. Girls did get caught skinny dipping so yeah that would have been appropriate so I'm assuming that if you're on a Bachelorette weekend yours an extended bachelorette weekend with nine girls there's it's GonNa be a lot of people getting caught doing things yeah. There was always something and I'm usually the Jewish mother but even I got scooped up a little bit the worst thing that you recall don't do it. The worst thing. I think I recall doing myself was oh. We broke into a travel agency party. They're having a party. We tried to get they said No. He said fine so snuck in through the beach instead of just letting it just fine. I well we were with people there and then one of the people who work there airside. Excuse me who throwing the party invited you and we got busted. Got Us all right but it wasn't. They weren't overly mean. They're like all right. Get Out and we all had a good life. That's not so bad. Did anyone in your Bachelorette party of nine. Get into more trouble than that yes okay. Let's hear that the girls took Tequila shower and then proceeded to throw up in the corner when we were asked to leave decided it was a better idea to instead confront the bouncer and say they know I got it all out not GonNa do it again. I'm fine. I'm fine now. It's fine and she started to kind of put our hands up on the bouncer meaning to to reassure him but not what you're supposed to do so a couple of us had to grab her and escort her out while he intercom to other people get so she was in the earpiece. He's was that the worst thing that happened at the bachelor. Party was pretty bad as far as getting in trouble yeah. That's the worst hey here's a tip. If you throw up in a club you don't WanNa stay. Just WanNa get out because first of all thank goodness. Someone else is going to clean up after you secondly. You don't want people to see oh. There's the girl that does mama girl Puke breath. Get Out of here yeah so gross and you definitely want to put your hands on a bouncer tastes. Don't do it the bouncers there to keep you safe not to hold you up. Once Gary just got a text that said that they went to breathless for a Bachelorette party as well. They were swingers. They're having sex in the hot TUB. Oh Yeah we saw hot hot subsets swingers. I didn't ask them okay. Imagine how much back there. There's a lot of stuff floating in that water. Thanks Lou someone turned the hot tub into alphabet soup trust pool at the playboy. See here's my thing I I love doing it. I like making out all that kind of stuff but when you do it in public like a frog for instance and Atlanta's frogging oggy and Lisa were doing like the discovery channel there in the bushes and nobody saw that in the landscape well. You don't know that nobody saw that there are cameras everywhere anywhere in Atlanta. Someone saw that God I hope so. I think I did a pretty good job that session things about froggy so romantic he calls. How's IT essentially that's why it doesn't get it as much as he wants so to me. I would rather just not have such a crazy weekend but the BACHELORETTE party thirty nine girls all the trouble you've got into it. I know there are other situations. Yeah tiffany is is it worth it do. Are you ready to go on another one. I mean is this something you would like to do. I admittedly admittedly I flew back early yesterday. I realized I couldn't do it for as long as possible so I waited until the last night we had our party and I said okay girls. I'm GONNA go fly. Standby Mbai packed my bags and left there for you. Yeah I couldn't handle it I was I'd be crying today at work and you guys are tired of doing that. Never get enough. You cry working. I see I see like an invitation coming in Bachelorette party the weekend of liver half of me be like oh how nice and half of me we'll start to vomit hunky real. That's not but I don't know. It's one of those things you have to do. You do and try not to think about it and you hydrate and you try not to to drink the water in foreign countries. That's really all you can do. Those are the rules. We had a key word. If one girl needed to get to the bathroom immediately because of water you said Piquiachu and the rest of us into action action how many drunk people can remember the word pitches anyway. We'll welcome back in one piece Danielle. We missed you report thirty minutes ago. It gives us a few headlines. I WANNA do a few. Thank you Sam Cahan. You'll great here. Warn thank you can can. I tell you though as soon as Danielle saw her she was like Oh i see oh you got shoes on. You know she's been having don't wear those ashamed. We're going to a Bam Bam going to start with Danielle some headlines and they were going to get the three things you need to. Hollywood's bleeding post malone sold old another hundred ninety eight thousand copies. It's number one on the charts again. cupcake following cupcakes through rapper but cupcake has quit. I actually do follow her music business. I was watching her live instagram okay so she said she's corrupting the youth because she had a a weekend she accused. Camila Cabello of being racist of Shawn Mendez of being gay and she fails might not have been the right thing to do and so. She's wrapped in a blanket telling the world now that she's quitting music. She's an artist cake. We'll be back okay goes through this every now and then joey and Chandler from friends or number one on the list of the best onscreen friendships of all time a Monica and Rachel from friends come come into number two and Harry and Ron from Harry Potter come in at number three great to the front boy the name cupcakes available. Yes he's case. I'd make sure you check out the new trailer for frozen. We have it up for you. At Elvis. Duran DOT COM comes out in November the movie and this is a little over two minutes so it's definitely worth checking out this trailer and of course this is us is on tonight. Everybody's talking about.
"cahan" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Company every time we buy a horse or horses. We set one up and i've been able to stay in the game and go to churchill every year. They're they're great. We get to buy a box go to the races. They have a funny side race. The second race on derby day we go and we <hes> present the trophy winners party after the derby. All of those kinds of things go to the breeders cup so it's <hes> it was life changing and <hes> you know we're <hes> we're happy to be in the game. I've become very very involved in aftercare. I was on a group that <hes> the government appointed pointed in new york taskforce on retired racehorses and that really got me involved in aftercare and continued to play play a role and worked with the gaming commission to have a couple couple of forums on aftercare. We were able to get some things done one. Whichever very proud of is that every one who wants to be an owner trainer assistant <unk> trainer to get licensed they after a task that they have looked at a video that sounded gaming <hes> commission's web site on the life cycle the horse and after care and and <hes> that <hes> something we need to continue to work on in this game and jackdaws tunnel work with old friends as well <hes> saw you at both events this week and weekend bank enough especially over red brand fence <hes> all the work you do over at all fronts form jack well. It is the yeah that's very important. <hes> michael blonde and an old friends <hes> has been someone that i've been associated with for a long time. I'm <hes> one of our earliest horses <hes> that <hes> predated funny cide named saratoga episode is actually down at michael's farm in kentucky and we have another one of our horses <hes> the only horse that <hes> sakata's had to win a steak at saratoga where it's called dock and role that wanna stallion stakes race here in two thousand and eight. He's a recent <hes> <hes> addition to <hes> old friends at cabin creek so <hes> what we do every time that <hes> <hes> we set up a syndicate we make five thousand dollars donation out to joann <hes> old friends at cabin creek and i'll make a pitch for the other fundraiser razer we do we <hes> three years ago started <hes> having a rock and roll for retired racehorses and it's a party the cheapest ticket fifty dollar ticket that that <hes> in saratoga summertime this year. It's august twenty second noah great local band that goes back to the funny side days as they did a funny side song. They came down to well those guys at the party. Yeah yeah eb blue hand luke. We sang with blue hand luke yeah what the two greatest moments i've ever seen in defeating horse racing jude when todd pletcher be chad brown on the last day of the meet here a couple of years ago. The first person to congratulate todd was jerry brown chad's that and they caught on the fox t._v. Show the greatest moment either machine and defeat was the funny side lost beaumont stakes and i call the late dave cahan and i said you guys still have the invited me to the party and i went over to the holiday inn. Sheridan sheridan the sheridan over by j._f._k. F._d._a. airport and i walked into the ballroom and i had never seen a party in defeat by i can if that horse had won the boma obama. We might still be at the sharon. It was the most amazing thing and dave had seen me sing. That's life at the party. We had robin barkley early dancing in the middle of the floor at the press party and we all go do a number me dave dave too 'cause i kept in touch with dave while after the funny side as me david jack went onstage onstage for blue hand luke and sang glory days by by bruce springsteen and just an amazing amazing moment. These guys partied like they one of the belmont by fifty likes it was great..
"cahan" Discussed on You Are Not So Smart
"Once evidence-based issue has become politicized. We will choose to be wrong. If it keeps us in good standing with our cultural Pierce in cahan studies where people are asked to demonstrate their knowledge about evolution. If they are incentivized not to do that, for instance, with monetary rewards or being just asked to get the correct answers as best they can they're scores correlate with their level of education without those incentives discourse correlate for their religion offi. Instead when they're being asked about those things, they're they're not telling you what they know. They're telling you who they are. Now, Kim said there's something that his research tells all of us something that we should all know that maybe we haven't accepted yet. And is that literally any evidence based issue can become politicized? We need more information about how that happens if I were going to explain it to you. I might start. Other issue besides climate change, just because I think climate change is one of those things where the only model that explains the opinion is that actual opinion. It's big as opinion it self, but we can pick other issues where I think that could show you how how it was that the issue became transformed like that the one I think is the most instructive as a case study as the ATV vaccine for the human papillomavirus, it's extremely common sexual disease. Upwards of seventy five percent of sexually active people in their twenties early thirties. They're going to have been exposed to the virus. And it's not only not only the leading cause probably the only cause of cervical cancer in kills in the United States three thousand women a year. The vaccine was introduced as a as one to be given to school middle school girls. And people know the story, you know, that somebody comes knocking on the door. And you say, hey, you know, your your daughter in the backyard over there on the swing the twelve year old who's going to be. Having sex next year. You know, she needs to get STD's shot or don't bring to school. And they think it's just obvious. There's going to be a culture conflict on that. The the the reason to doubt that though is that at the same time that we were fighting about the TV vaccine. The acceptance the vaccination rate for the HP vaccine have Titus be which is also a sexually transmitted disease. Was that ninety five percent? Nobody was arguing about that one. Even though it came just a couple years before the difference is that people learned about the H B vaccine from their doctors, it wasn't politicized the HP vaccine. However, they learned about probably by watching MSNBC and Fox News. You know, where the the message was it's us versus them. Again. I mean that occurred because the manufacturer took a very unorthodox route to try to introduce the the vaccine the makers of HP vaccine saw earlier approval, and they also. Saw to make it mandatory. No, early approval means debate in congress mandatory means debate in state legislatures. Both means that people with zero scientific knowledge raised questions about why this was a mandatory vaccine for girls instead of boys the public, then I learned about the age PV vaccine by watching reports on MSNBC and Fox News were the message was framed as a moral issue, which made it in us versus them issue, which made a tribal issue and anything that's before the legislature is just kind of raw meat for the conflict enterpreneur groups on both sides of these issues that right and left, and it turned into a question of whose side are you wanted who are you and just blew up in everybody's face. So that was a decision to take an issue that normally travels down this path where people are able to recognize what science knows regardless of their identities and put it, right? On the track to become one of the the sad issues where we have this tension between being who you are knowing what's known by science. No people who are gladly allowing their children to get the BV vaccine are opposed completely opposed to the nearly identically administered HPV vaccine now, it seems nonsensical. But again being a good member of your tribe is more important than holding correct views and Cahen says that the very same thing could happen to.
"cahan" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Theater in Saint Paul Minnesota with the game far Saad the warn treaty and Gabriel cahan. The forecast for tonight calls for mostly clear skies, a little patchy fog along the coast and some inland. Valleys. Temperatures will be in the upper forty s it looks like Napa should get down to forty seven fifty three overnight at ocean beach. This is freakonomics radio. Here's your host, Stephen dubner. If you're a big golf fan and statistically speaking, you are almost certainly not. But if you are, you know, that the open championship or what Americans called the British Open is the oldest and arguably most important major tournament engulfed this summer. It was won by Francesco Molinari, the first Italian to ever win a major, and it was held at the infamous Scottish course Carnoustie, which is so difficult. It's often called Kerr nasty Carnoustie also hosted the open back in one thousand nine hundred nine the golf course was so hard that it inevitably was going to give us some bizarre conclusion, that's Brandel Chamblee. He played on the PGA tour for fifteen years. Now, he's an analyst for the golf channel. There was going to be a train wreck at some point. And yet on the tournament's final day on the final hole stood a man who tamed the savage course, the Gulf and God's with the young man despite that it'll be interesting to see what he does this man Jean van de. Dealt with one hole to play held a three three-stroke lead. He would have been the first Frenchman in over one hundred years to have won the open championship in. There.
"cahan" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Premium? Can we go through the other phases of this if you will? There is there is the point where he tells his doctor in order to get the nose and and then the part where he represents the government to get the license that he's a woman. Is there criminal fraud potentially involved in this? You know, I'm not a criminal lawyer, so it's hard for me to say, I think you know the doctor asks, what are your sociation? I think he's indicated that he doesn't associate with being. A different gender. He just wants paperwork, so that as a general rule, if someone do something, try and get out of something or get into something that otherwise couldn't do and manipulate the system in order to do that, it may be considered finding a loophole. However, the insurance companies don't really like when people find loopholes and what would be interesting from a legal perspective is if the insurance companies discovers this, then goes and sues the individual for the courts actually give a an opinion. Now, it's this stuff takes years to develop because it takes your been front of the courts and for the courts to give a decisions written decisions and then for them to get appealed and all that this is all happening as government and the law comes to terms with gender diversity, that these things that weren't officially recognised until now, how do you think a story like this is going to go over with lawmakers and people whose rights these laws are supposed to recognize? But it's, I mean, he says, and I'm just going from the easiest interview. The CDC is he doesn't intend to criticize ridicule trench gender or anyone. He's just doing it for his own benefit. I, I can't see that going over well, that's not really a legal issues. He's real ever djing these rights that people have worked really hard to to win over from the government and from corporations and industry and is innocence making him just for cheaper insurance. Thank you. No problem. Jeffrey cahan is an insurance lawyer in.
"cahan" Discussed on Upgrade
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"cahan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
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"cahan" Discussed on KRLA AM 870 The Answer
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