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"cassese" Discussed on Giles Coren Has No Idea
"Welcome to Giles Coren has no idea it's cool this not because I literally no nothing but because it's all about the moment in the week when I have to sit down and write my column but have absolutely no idea what to write about. Which is where my wife Esther comes in who having read all all the papers whilst I take the kids to school always has half a dozen ideas picked out me when I get back to be discussed at the kitchen table over Nice Cup of coffee Cassese's focused ever or is it is it? He knows motor water long way. We've come started with a massive great big and we just had a massive heart. Mental people can tell when we've I've had a massive row night. Be bended recordable to tell them why we had massive rally. They want us to be perfectly. Okay morning with me. I think it's attention that I'm about to go. Go Away is always this exit row. We always have an exit. Row and reentry was tonight. After recording this podcast well immediately after recording CACUS. I'm going to go upstairs and start packing and I'm going away for a week for the first six weeks of being away to film. I was about to say my stupid bloody not hotel show but people listen. I mean my excellent really corporate and it is really popular and it's important that idea my hotel show and three million people watch it every week and Di Chapman around the world going to hotels as soon as I'm going to have to go start packing. It and I'm too glamorous Scotland for an entire week but you are doing. Some mistrial did wonderful. I assume so it's an amazing hotel. I'm going to miss this fellow. WHO's climbing onto my shoulder attending Yahoo. You've now trained to sleep CONNEC while you're having an APP. It's amazing to think when we did this. Two weeks ago they just arrived and they they were hiding in rolled up. Yoga mats other special northland than hiding places and that's just me and now he's uh-huh oh. There's the microphone you're going to say something similar yeah and now we've got these two weeks have gone and the cats are just Tokyo. Go to go where I'm going to miss them horribly. I now have my afternoon nap with sleeping on my neck back just getting let's move on to win anyway. That's why we had to go away and you pretend it's fine but you're inwardly resentful then look at your face like it was from within the Queen's resting face just incredibly he said grumpy and take that as a compliment okay. You'll call them. I think you should re write the lyrics to Jerusalem. Hey because as you know we desperate to get you to do lyrics. 'cause I think that your great lyrics and poems and stuff like that. Ah Some of the best thing was a news story a news thing okay so the new store. This is come from is the news that Jerusalem Rousselin is Britain's number-one. Hem in what sense what do you mean is number one so what what does that mean. Is there a chart that chart for him is it up from number three was amazing in Grayson then all creatures written smarter than this praise. The views of songs appraise has voted it their number my favorite him. I thought it's always been the UK the one ever no one gets the remote to shit about Jerusalem until the ashes cricket series in two thousand and five and the crowd started singing it the you know how I bet the number two swing-low-sweet-chariot. That's not really him. Rugby people seeing singlets sweet chariot tricky people in Jerusalem and football people saying saying Shit and you know you are which is which is which they also got from Westminster Abbey. Anyway plotted Blah Blah causes toys being played cricket in sporting things he wouldn't be votive but people in Church people people you gotTa Church vote on things. They just leave it alter. It was a Pope Bhai songs appraise really yeah I think so because praises listened to by reasonably churchgoing people. It's a long story but in your hand story well. It's all about the headline. The headline is what's the school rugby him Jerusalem right so it is it is rather to K- schools school head. Jerusalem isn't it yes but I mean that was quite prepared to realize. I was thinking that it was more important than I mean we didn't. We didn't never school him because they they were living with CBC working so they said they used to sing. Jerusalem ed sort of the end of term but it's also the women's institute. I mean anyone who hasn't really got a song just goes assuming they tear is being an intricate team. It's crappy. Westminster School is the Women's Institute and I. It looks to me like that story what it looks to me from the headline that you've read out. It sounds like they're saying that when hymns of praise have a nice yeah songs of praise have a vote on the on the on the put him what happens is that a him from the rugby gets to be number. One does say was not tate. Wait a second. They say that Jerusalem doesn't feature on the list of the top ten lost time. The survey was conducted in twenty so it reminds didn't the thing I used to have a thing in the in the the funny thing about this bollocks to resume so I used to have a thing when I'm I'm sorry sorry what is what is wrong with him. Jerusalem what is based on a massive pathetic patriotic misconception castigating century imperial imperial delusion and did those two nation times who's feeding. They're talking about yeah walk on endless mountains green so what are the other seventeen lines for aw and was the holy lamb of God on England's. No no not a tool stokely wasn't and was the and did the countenance countenance divine shine forth upon these crowded clouded hills crowded clouded. No didn't Jerusalem build it here now. Nobody it's very hard on the nation's favourite him it was so then the column would be how about because I think in the time starring fascinating mating historical questions to which the answer is no and opened up the Daily Mail and it would say was king author a Phoenician mercenary brought to Britain in changed by the Romans to work in a tin mine and then they have fourteen pet. No thank you by my favorite one was did. Adolf Hitler's bad teeth caused the Holocaust. Two Thousand Years of European shepherd is collapsing bryk mark but they used to try and frame it so ah I remember and I and then I invited readers to what was fascinating question and they would cool the paper and then one of somebody wrote him with added those featuring ancient times no and it's the thing that we could be aversion of Jerusalem to which the offices are all yes so how does it and did those feet ancient times walkabout in Palestine never having heard of England yes and did the countenance divine shine forth upon the Galilee while we were all eating fucking thistles and living in holes in the ground yes and it was the worst to roussel them build it in Israel while we just swung from trees and had sex with our sisters yes and then they sing that in your fucking women's institute right. There's that idea dealt with. We've got the classic laughing Esther back from having a massive piss about me. Spoiling has shoutout now. You're good mood. Shout the Bush now. Do I'm GonNa do for you so they look in New Zealand. He walks around the lake in listening to the PODCAST. Maybe maybe we could ask if we could come live within because that's where billionaires are going to go and live. Magadan has been billionaires. Maybe we can come live with listener so shutout and also we've had a shout from. We want to shout out to someone in the Kenyan Bush. They are listening now the sound of the buffaloes in the Tigers with it and you sound like the Kenya Bush very excited because Africa she spent part of a year of Namibia. Maybe and we went to Kenya. It wasn't just a gap here thing I have that she'd been. She has a deep and soulful commitment to the continent and so one of our best friends lives there and Kenyon and now we turn out to have a listener in Kenya who plays it in the Bush and she's telling me she's a film producer and she's just produced a film film called the Elephant Queen which documentary to ten years to make about the journey of a female elephant across Kenya and it's got it's being screened screened in London. I think next week and she's very kindly mister spots. Why don't you have because I think she's in it. He's he's in the right thing to see. Listen listen to a podcast by any chance that will be good. I think it's a very rare in nature documentary. That's not narrated by David after birth so it's very nice it's going to be the new. David attenborough Wang Environment and how we're going to die. Yeah uneasy listen. He's does she have does. She have to peddle a bicycle to generate the power. We used to have to do that when I was in Namibia generate power yeah we had to put a bicycle hooked up to a generator or maybe it was some weird displacement activity but that's how you used to January power in the Bush when I lived in the Bush in the days before podcast anyway that is really exciting. Yeah it is good. Thanks now given given the people listening to this podcast to be what they do. Ben told me this saying that they they listen to one and they like it so much that they binge listen to like twelve in a row we have to remember. I always think it's good I I did set the set that what's happening this week. 'cause we'll probably bollock on and talk about our cats in any old rubbish so we need to let people know what's happening. What's happening. This week. Is brexit still happening. Instill it's been the back of every single one day. People will look back at this show on the twenty th century and that brief moment when jarred Nassar's podcast what happened during Baraga Gang. What was it called brick bricks brick sling bricks bricks skit took about the fact? This is quite interesting and it applies say can be applied talk household. I've written one of my. I know disposable cups so yesterday conference there was this wonderful scene which is the management went totally to piss where Boris is starting to conference different center on the people are shouting out and he's he's embattled by to Boris Karloff problems. It's not going to get us out on the thirty first. Today's the day he he launched his his plan is finally said what is deal is going to be. There is going to be a hard bordering on that isn't going to work. We are not going to leave. Meanwhile Charlotte says that he squeezed her. You pick up the by the American women with the Pole Dancing Boris went round the house and they gave up less than seven times a week. She has a poll and she has pulled on kit but in this case Boris computing lessons and then then an aide put into his hand a cup of coffee and he were much it was about stick with another eight grab it from him and he's seeing mutter notice opposable cups because that's the thing could bring for his fucking Johnston down the man who shagged everything and everybody shouted after his wife allegations of beatings people into the windows the whole the they burn effigies often because he's politically in substantial and a hypocrites. OTC with a non MM disposable with a disposable cup of isn't it. It's all about the thick of it as and the people are saying that this is so terrible that it's so micromanage. Actually I think that has happened. That's brought the notion of disposable more to the fore. It's better that they're trying to show him without a disposable. Calm down. You think deeply about this thing because you've instigated a new way of making coffee in this house. I haven't you oh you know this morning. Housewife and I like trying new things and I was advertise on Accardo Orgy. My weekly shop.
"cassese" Discussed on PRI's The World
"So the political does in the districts of Cassese, and all the bordering, the all on sensitizing the communities because people believe in them, our citizens, and Uganda, are they as suspicious of foreign health workers as as those in the Democratic Republic of Congo. No, no, no. We don't have we don't have that kind of thing. That's why even the vaccines people readily accepted to be vaccinated. We did not. We didn't have a challenge. Sarah Chang, append e is Uganda's state minister of health. General duties, she's been speaking to us from compa. Thanks a lot. Okay. Thank you so much to fuel tankers came under attack today in the Gulf of Oman. Both ships are severely damaged and their crews had to be rescued markets reacted immediately with global oil prices shooting up four percent secretary of state. Mike Pompeo blamed Iran. Iran is lashing out because the regime wants successful maximum pressure. Campaign lifted no economic sanctions, entitled, the Islamic Republic to attack innocent civilians, disrupt global oil markets and engage in nuclear blackmail. The Iranians said they had nothing to do with the explosions on the two tankers, but the implications of today's attacks are serious given the rising tensions between the US and Iran. Meanwhile, three US allies are working with Iran to find a new way to do business. The Trump administration imposed additional sanctions on the country after President Trump told out of the Iran nuclear agreement more than a year ago though. Sanctions?.
"cassese" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"House speaker Nancy Pelosi had strong words for attorney general William bar after he suggested to a Senate subcommittee today at the FBI may have spied on the twenty sixteen Trump campaign. CBS news Bill Rakoff reports chief law enforcement officer as our country is going off the rails. House speaker Nancy Pelosi isn't holding back in her criticism of attorney general William bar after he suggested today that the F B I may have conducted surveillance on the twenty sixteen Trump campaign. I think there's spying Kerr. Speaking to reporters at a House Democrats retreat in Leesburg, Virginia Pelosi said it appears bar is protecting the interests of the president. He is Torney general of the United States of America, not the attorney general of Donald Trump. They'll Rakoff CBS news Capitol Hill. A legal battle is coming to a head in Pittsburgh regarding new gun legislation that mayor Bill Peduto as signed into law. CBS news Shelby Kosice explains. What the new law? Tails, and why gun rights groups oppose it restricts, the use of salt style weapons ban certain accessories and allows for the temporary seizure of weapons from someone who is believed to be a danger in the city of Pittsburgh elevate opponents to the legislation quickly filed lawsuits as state law forbids muncipality's from regulating guns, mayor Peduto saying they are ready for legal battle. We're going to overturn this law. And then we're going to overturn this law in Florida. And then we're going to overturn this law in other states, but legislation came as a direct response to shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue in October that killed eleven people. Shelby Casaus Cassese four CBS news, Pittsburgh, the owner of a popular Donut. Shop and Linda vistas being remembered today after he was beaten to death during a home invasion robbery. Fifty eight-year-old. Randy Tang had been on life support since the attack on Friday in Clermont Tang on the popular rose Donut. Shop news as St. fear. Rena has the latest was as you said killed beaten in a home invasion last. Week in Claremont, then hospitalized and then finally died in the hospital this week the family remembered on Facebook.
"cassese" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak
"We're heading to LA were going to see Dr Cassese, Ian. I desperately need. Bo talks. I desperately desk. Really need both talks talks. You guys is is an art like people can really make you crazy. If you've kind of Google me, you know, a few years ago. My eyebrows were literally like spock's, isn't it spock's where they're like up his kind of look, horrible eyebrows. Okay. So anyways, Dr Kosei be and I had a couple of meetings. There had a lot going on Kashmir meetings. What have you get to LA all is good first day? It's actually pouring rain the entire trip which never happens. The only other time it's ever reigned the twenty years I've been going there was chloe's baby shower and March so yeah, you're pretty much not really closer. Anyways, you guys. So birthdays, gray all his good. You guys next day. I wake up and my back is on fire. Well, not when you woke up it was kind of. You're like, oh, man. Yes, you're like Jesus like sucks like you've you started to feel like something was out of place. Yeah. But it wasn't. Agonizing yet. It was just kind of like, so I took some excedrin Advil, and I had a couple of meetings at morning. So when I got out of the car to go to meeting at ten AM, I was like dragging it physically prevents me from walking. It's like a very you overcompensate with your hips, your whole like my whole right side was a mess, but it was pulled on the left side anyways as the day went on. Is the pain is in above your. But it's my it's inside your but crafts, basically at my tailbone. I'd say for my buck crack to about two inches about my above my top of my bustled is so that like the very like your tailbone and your low low low back. Yeah. Right. Either way we don't need to be this explicit. Basically. My asshole itself wasn't hurting, but deep inside the bones for okay? Okay. Explicit at all. So I'm like talking my tailbone. It's an keeps. Like shocking me anybody that has back pain or muscle. Spasms knows what I'm saying. It keeps like you don't wanna move 'cause you're afraid of that that one second ping jolt squeezing like your muscles to debt. Oh, hell anyways. We have to drive pretty far to get her eyebrows. Microbe-related brianna. I there eyebrows. Mike microbe-related at fusion fusion artistry, which is about an hour. Drive from Los Angeles worth the drive you guys and we're in. The car, and it's kind of like, I'm embarrassed because I love to like arch my back and sick my ass out. And this type of injury that I've been getting is exact opposite. I looked like a hundred years old with my ass topped underneath like a dog's tail between. No, it's not cute. Like, there's nothing sexy about this. We could definitely tell it. You're in some sort of pain. Yeah. So I'm I'm like, you know, stress we stopped. We get pizza. We get. So while brio goes and gets her eyebrows on I I have Croix trying to do chiropractic moves, right?.
"cassese" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Now, she's been. Dipping her toes into the political waters before because she outright stumped for Stacey Abrams Georgia the governor's race. You might remember that. Yeah. Which some would argue was very divisive Cassese Abrahams that went onto refused to concede for the longest time. So should Oprah be actually writing essays lecturing anybody on anything? And I think a lot of advice of MRs coming from her side of the aisle. It's a lot of the so funny that it's being said that we're so separated as a nation when when when you're right. A lot of the device is coming from the other side, you're looking at these celebrities, and they're they're almost like lobbyists now absolutely tied in with the media with backlashes completely on an underway against all of that though. I really truly believe that people have had enough. What's going to be really interesting is come twenty twenty. When you have all these Democrats that are going to be running for the for that to be the Representative for the Democratic Party against Donald Trump, watch them all eat each other alive because they're all on the same page right now. But now once they start putting their own beliefs in front of each other. It's. Is going to be a very very very interesting situation. The field is probably going to be twenty people deep. It's gonna look like the Republican was sixteen. It's going to be survivor. Twenty twenty is what it's going to look like and possibly naked in the free. Which is scary as a whole I'm afraid of. But who will run well, Jimmy Komi, James Komi? He doesn't care as long as we come together. Apparently as a nation and make sure Trump doesn't win. I can tell you that all of us. She us every breath. We have to make sure that the lying stops on January. Twentieth. Here's the by the way, this is the greatest part of that story where did he say that at the ninety second street y in New York City spoke at the Y, so bizarre. He goes from speaking before congress behind closed doors were for apparently hours. We haven't got the transcript yet. But ours he said nothing like, I do not recall. I don't know literally nothing hundreds and hundreds of times the same guy who remembered everything when he was on his book tour..
"cassese" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Coming up. All right. Thank you so much Florida morning show, touchy and a couple of minutes. Welcome to Monday, everybody cooler temperatures, Chris Farrell. We heard from before. Before he went into a tirade about the dolphins was telling us is going to be high forty s on the coast fifties for low tonight. We're actually going to, you know, get spare with some winter get ready for genitalium a little bit early. She's fighting off that flu bug. Thanks for gets to worse telling you, I don't know whether you believe in the flu shot or not it's your choice. But this this strain of flu this year going around is nasty. Yeah. It's it's been really bad. Oh, I'm telling you the me time this was kind of under reported over the weekend. But Oprah wrote an essay sort of lecturing all of us over the weekend. All right. There are still people who say they want Oprah to run. Well, she's not doing that. But she's writing she posted an essay about how fractured we are as a country. We need to come together. She said, quote, the truth is we have reached a tipping point hatred, and divisiveness have ruptured our national soul. All right and leading ourselves further into darkness. Now, she's been. Dipping their toes into political waters before because she outright stumped for Stacey Abrams of Georgia and the governor's race. You may remember that. Yeah. Which somewhat already was very divisive Cassese Abrahams that went on to refused to concede for the longest time. So should Oprah be actually writing essays lecturing anybody on anything is? I think a lot of advice of MRs coming from her side of the aisle. It's a lot of it. And so funny that it's being said that we're so separated as a nation when the when when you're right. A lot of the device is coming from the other side, you're looking at these celebrities, and they're they're almost like lobbyists now absolutely tied in with the media with one hundred backlashes completely on an underway against all of that though. I really truly believe that people have had enough. What's going to be really interesting is come twenty twenty. When you have all these Democrats that are going to be running for the for that to be the Representative for the Democratic Party against Donald Trump, watch them all eat each other alive because they're all the same page right now. But now once they start putting their own beliefs in front of each other. It's. Going to be a very very very interesting situation. The field is probably going to be twenty people deep. It's gonna look like the Republican was sixteen. It's going to be survivor. Twenty twenty is what it's gonna look like and possibly naked and afraid which is scary as a whole. I'm afraid of. But who will run well Jimmy Komi James Comey? He doesn't care as long as we come together. Apparently as a nation and make sure Trump doesn't win. I can tell you that all of us. She us every breath. We have to make sure that the lying stops on January. Twentieth. Two thousand. Here's the by the way, this is the greatest part of that story where did he say that at the ninety second street y in New York City spoke at the Y, so bizarre. He goes from speaking before congress behind closed doors were for apparently hours. We haven't got the transcript yet. But ours he said nothing like, I do not recall. I don't know literally hundreds and hundreds of times the same guy who remembered everything when he was on his book tour, but he's actually questioned by congress on this about Hillary's emails whiting, you charge her where he going with this. I don't recall, I don't know anything. No. I don't know. Anything convenient. Here's more from the Y appearance. Hope Donald Trump is not removed from office fine, peach because. Country off the hook and it would drive into the fabric. A third of the people believing. There was a coup. Sounds familiar. Wow. All right. Jimmy sure, do you understand where where they're all going to? They're all so afraid you'll never get their power. Backing that's what this is all about get ready for just Bill. Phil go on like with the investigation a special counsel investigation. It's going to go on and on and on until they boil it down not talking about Russia anymore. That's gone. But they'll dig and dig and dig until they find that you know, seven-year-old Donald Trump. Still a pack of gum at some point. They wanted to tighten somewhere. That's where we're leading with this. I mean, they'll literally do anything in order to be able to get some type of some type of recognition for anything that they've been spending all this taxpayer money on we should do a daily cut where the a weekly tally on where we are. Because now it is just surpassed forty I think it's forty two million dollars forty two million dollars, and they've already given up on the Russia thing because there was no collusion. Now. They're trying to get them on payments made trying to say it's a campaign violation is what they're trying to do how talking about impeachment over that. Okay. Then sure it makes all the sense in the while he was campaigning. I mean, he's still allowed to to do his private citizen work, and obviously he's a businessman, so he's not know businessman ever deals with another country, doesn't it doesn't or or women. I don't know. I guess not a private life issue is also true. And is it a legal to tell to give somebody money to to not disclose their relationship? That's why I don't I don't know in that situation. Here's the takeaway was y'all have there probably done with Russia should be celebrating because they found nothing. They know it's over nothing since this is weird investigation is Morphing into everything else they can possibly find. So Russia's over so dangerous kids in cages is over its next all the kids in cages at the border neighbor here, which we're all those migrants midterms are over. And now we have this. Apparently this principle in Nebraska wanted to ban all things Christmas related including candy canes because the shape of a candy cane is for Jesus This are very bizarre. Stay with me. I know there's a lot to unravel here. Her name is Jennifer Sinclair, principal at Manchester elementary school in L corn Nebraska, at least for now some reports she's already fired at the very least she's been suspended. She sent out a member of the memo to the school staff. What is what's not acceptable at the school during the holidays, remove anything with religious themes was her idea separation of church and state school and all that stuff including candy canes. Why? Okay. Here's a reasoning. And this is her quote, I wanna make sure I get this. Right. She said, historically, the shape is j for Jesus the red is the blood of Christ. And the white is the symbol of his resurrection. Yeah. You will never eat a candy cane the same way again, apparently. And we look this up earlier, and it turns out that there is a story floating around that that is true. And it's from some candy website. I don't know the credibility of the candy website. But she probably runs the candy website. There's a good possibility. I that there were shaped you can hang him on a tree assumed it's an easy Kerry thing in your van candy. Anyway, I don't know as extreme is our policy was the school district response seems pretty extreme to the suspended her while they investigate again, some reports he's fired some of the parents are so angry they've marched outside of the school. Really because they've taken not only Christ out of Christmas. They've taken the acres gained. Geez. The the idea of separation of church and state is so ideographic because it doesn't exist. Literally says on our money in God we trust. Well. Very very interesting conversation have to be uh on that sense alone. But. So back crazy. One of the most contentious conversations, you can have a discovery like right where we're going to break. All right that an abortion debate coming out. Lord. We got we got that coming up this the outrage really she concentrate on because this actually affects regular everyday people and your kids, and what they've been tweeting this controversy over Cutler Murray the Heisman Trophy winner, and what he had to do to apologize for pass tweets ridiculous. But the backlash is underway next. Keeping.
"cassese" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"All kinds of hard work and good people all across Georgia Stacey Abrams being bankrolled by Hollywood liberals. And he's probably talking about Oprah. Who was also in this state campaigning for comes opponent Stacey Abrams. I know it's easy for people to feel that you have no power against those injustices. But this is what I'm here to tell you. This land was made for you. The man accused of gunning down eleven people at a Pittsburgh synagogue was arraigned a day after a grand jury issued a forty four count indictment against him. Katie k radios. Shelby Cassese from the courtroom. He didn't seem all that nervous. He didn't seem upset the only answered yes. To a couple of. Yes. Or no questions and the tone in his voice was not remorseful in my opinion. He said, yes, yes. That was the Tony used didn't seem like the tone of someone that was in great distress pleaded not guilty and requested a jury trial tonight. The first electric chair execution in Tennessee and more than ten years. Tennessee reporter, Adam tamarin was a witness. He rose up against the restraints while the voltage was flowing. And then his body would relaxed out again, I'm Jim Krasula sixty three year old Edmund Gorski, chose to die in the electric chair rather than by lethal injection saying it would be a quicker and less painful way to die. He became only the second person to die in the electric chair in Tennessee since nineteen sixty and fifteenth nationwide since two thousand his last words, let's.
"cassese" Discussed on Mike Drop
"Of exceptional natural beauty and taken it in and enjoying it. And I like going to movies too. Yeah. So that's like sitting by a fire when it's cold. All right, Brian, Cassese. How are you? So mentally prepared for buds at such a young age, short answer. I wasn't think I was too dumb to quit too naive, maybe I think in all seriousness, I think that's honestly a lot. It's largely genetic. I don't think it's a nature versus nurture. I think it's both, but to me, there's an element of mental toughness that either have or you don't. If if it's there, it can be harnessed and built and and for the fide and and raised in terms of its stress threshold. But I think I was I was very fortunate to have some of that from genetic aspect. And then again, I had a very good strong support of healthy family that that was always there for me. Jay strict, twenty eight forty eight is often depicted as untrustworthy and having tear motives to the military by the media be at books, movies at cetera that being based on the work, you or others known the soft community of done with them. How true is this reputation. Just going to say one thing, you won't catch me engaging in any business with them. That's all I'll say. Scott, William seventy seven. When we'll try co- franchises start would be starting in Canada, possibly still working out the issues on on franchises and trying to figure out how to go about that the best way, but just stay posted. I know up and saying that. A underscore Hildebrandt. You have any advice for graduating college student who is completely unsure of what they wanna do, but as a hardworking, son of a bitch, yes, I do go serve something other than yourself. Again, whether it's the military, civil service, fucking whatever. Boys just go do something and until you figure out what it is that you wanna do put that time to use while you're trying to figure that out in a positive manner by serving above your of yourself, Rick, twelve eighty five win, choking oneself. Should the hand position be right over left or leftover right? Asking for a friend. Yes. Trike. And if you had to join another branch of service, what would it be and what MOS. Marines. Oh, three hundred snow I actually I mean there would be some some that would be on the list that were. Honestly, probably probably the army. In probably Schiff. Fuck. I don't know. Honestly. There really isn't a mean. If I had to join another branch, I'd figure out a way to get back in the navy fucking love, the navy. I'm proud of what I did. I loved what I did, and I wouldn't change it..
"cassese" Discussed on Double Toasted
"I'll tell your wife. But yeah, man, you know, it's. It's. Summit? Weiqing Phoenix, I think is while not as I'm looking for the movie. I'm very curious. I think it could be a good film, especially with the cast talking about the talking about Robin narrow, even though you're telling me like months, Cassese cousin. Yeah, it's not much Chris was robbed a near even going to be in it there. I think he is. He's playing like a talk show host. David Letterman asked torture. Destroys is his career. Yeah, Korean hasn't Dr his drives him insane like this. They have other people that are released. Not that cash is good. You know, it's as good cast good for drama. Zaza beats is releasing pictures of her now wife in the film, the girl he's interested in. Okay, which means you just talk and she didn't look out a window or something, you know. So I'm the cast, not the not so much the premise, but the cast. And I think that the setting putting in makes me kinda exciting thing that's confusing Batman movie because he's so essential to his origin and relationships and everything. Not in there. This weird. I mean, I can they make it work without that man. He's in the last third of the Phil. I think that that's the most interesting thing about is that they pull something like they did with Batman begins where you don't see. The joker, but at the at the initial car. Right. I don't know. Maybe at the end of it, you see the bat symbol, go up and what is that? Right. Okay. So, yeah. Yeah, sting or something. I think it'd be interesting to see if they do without a doubt. Joker film without relying on Batman. I think that'd be pretty. That'd be awesome. But like you said, I'm kind of skeptical with that also could keep that under wraps like we haven't released a new Batman or whatever kind of cool, but I don't know, man, it's all it's all exhausted at this point. I have no faith in DC. Show. Yeah, no. Man, you know a definite thing at this point. They have something to prove and that's encouraging. But still I'm not going to be hinged on the, it'd be positive. I think the look is cool. I like it. I mean walking talented actor, but I, I don't know. At the day, the screen test. I mean, this could be garbage. It's just zoomed in camera with some abstract music on a pass ity. Exactly, exactly. So we'll see. We'll see. The guess what it comes down to the bottom line is that I have more faith in this and any project that they've done in the past. Sure. They had to rip off the dog night to do. So. Let's see. Let's see. Loosely, Gerald wants to say Jerrell. Yeah, please come up here. We can come back after he's done. Yes. No, what's up come on, bring bring it to the Mike Thomas Wayne in the film, but nothing batmans dead. Bruce Wayne's data Thomas Wayne, you nice. Okay. Oh, okay..
"cassese" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"L jemaine bracket mother nation italy's not in it so i'm not tony tough times it's tough times but we look more when we're think about the money market more generally with thinking of where is it that the market thinks the path will be for the federal funds rate the fed is it changing that would only happen glacial meaning it would take a lot of data in new information to change the market's view on where the fed will end with its path is that data you're going to glean what what do you want to see that will allow you to know what sherman deals going to do the catalyst would be a change in inflation he essentially in his last press conference after the last fomc meeting the fed's policy meeting tossed out naive ru meaning where the fifth thinks inflation won't accelerate anymore the jobless rate is three point eight percent typically an economist historically would say well jobless rates low three point eight but anything below x would mean higher inflation rate that hasn't happened and so we watch turkey you'll know this tony cassese with his dirt bike he was a kid on staten island they went out pass western avenue to the container terminal he tried to do the evil knievel with four evil knievel toy wind him up and jump anything places in new york city you can actually write a dirt bikes i didn't know that i like to do donuts and wheelies and go over there rants like evil can you you're going over the elizabeth porter resign is off the hey calcutta special insurance plan insurance.
"cassese" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"But i just his use of the camera his stage in his blocking his his incredible ability to mount very complicated set pieces whether it's again the shootout the entity untouchables there's an amazing shootout equally the end of carlito's way there's just something that he can his his knack for putting a great visuals piece together is maybe not second to none was we talk martin cassese in the last point but he certainly spielberg he's pretty good isn't he read peyton reed don't get all but he's he's definitely up there top ten of diplomacy pace might be boring and go for the the problem seen in kerry can just amazing just so tense and so these your ability to do split screen and to have action sustained in split screen no other director really does that i can't even think because he's a big influence in at garage but i can't really think of many splitscreen moments in grind movies scott pilgrim spunk sculpture stuff in school program okay bush's up scripts bit screen is at the end of kerry where you can feel sympathy for he's very fake technical device i'm not sure that's his best use it nineties more love technique than he is so yeah anyway yeah he is very day today and he's colin today he is such cold is very cold filmmaker which is patterned personalities more he doesn't get to be hollywood blockbusters anymore he doesn't have a warm bonus body untouchables which but that's brought warmth is provided by mammoths writing think and he can't really doesn't redirected very well it's quite sentimental touch carlito's way is maybe his warmest film it's quite soulful really liked that character that's quite rare you know you watch something like body double we don't really want to that that guy tool ways good like humanity to humanity and the early the late sixties films as well greetings and high mommy listen to this human beings just so what changed the just fall in love technique.
"cassese" Discussed on KQED Radio
"These bags yeah and the media group this is latino you say i might get in a horse i introduced myself as a tornado fernandez you know and then then everybody's responses skin tone king tone as in latin king tone the kings are one of the most well known gangs in the united states they started out as a loosely form organization in the nineteen fifties but most people didn't know about them until the late nineteen eighties when they gained a reputation as a dangerous criminal gangs somewhere between then and now this game became something else something altogether different to start off today show we'll look at what happens when a violent street gang tries to go legit and the story starts in east new york brooklyn with antonio cassese in those times as the black where seven buildings were burned or abandoned and to a functioning it was hard to survive although his neighborhood in brooklyn may have been a tough place until you grew up in a fairly stable family the reason with the idea that because he was the boy he should be independent of course you know latino families you know that it was a famous saying the women stay at home in the mangoes take care business street not that it's bad we go hustle we do the work and my father was very much work legal working when i go to work and they cleaning the house they doing the house duties you do your boy duties in goal den haas of with the boys play baseball while his father was at work the guys on the streets became his male role models and i just looked up to him so much i need a big brother and those big brothers they weren't the best role models reporter sam anderson picks up the story antonio became a runner for local we dealer and it turned out he was a lot better at dealing drugs he was at school he was struggling with the english language and he had a hard time fitting in with the black kids and the.
"cassese" Discussed on On Demand Feed for Radio Espoir.
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"cassese" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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"cassese" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Forfeited funds toward restitution for his victims after serving his sentence for mail fraud and visa fraud he faces deportation steve klamkin wpro new robins police are holding a crash the man on the case that saw his wife arrested last month forty six year old miguel garcia released after being charged police alleged thirty six year old rosemary garcia who had been a police department clerk copied incident reports and got them to a chiropractor looking for new patients cleanup continuing after a military transport plane crashes in rural mississippi last night at least sixteen p people dead sierra crawford reports mississippi governor phil brian is asking for prayers have the kc one thirty spiral to the ground lafourcade county about a hundred miles north of jackson details are scarce but emergency meaningfully director fred rain confirms there are no survivors it's not clear what the plane originated from aware was going to wpro sports major league baseball's allstar game is tonight it's taking place in miami traffic accu weather and more the matt allen show with bend the cash row filling in just ahead of new stein tool three where can you find a restaurant with great hunt style cooking the city exact an an a great value fans west so i wrote employer leg by lent's coming through santa's in france fast to fix 95 thursday through sunday insight delays of dinners that sounds like a prime rib dinner with complementary silent by where can you over this kind of great meal with a salad by starting at just eleven 95 sandengue sendai's chadha family style taken a pat rose dinner sand and twenty two twenty seven west ciller well at work if you've gotta paving grading your excavation project starred with kcc brothers anthony in frank will be there today to give you your free estimate on your project yes i said today cassese brothers you've seen their trucks all over the place check them out assisi brothers dot com on anthony because he she call us today at eight six one.
"cassese" Discussed on The Basketball Analogy
"For that cold for the fifth but i like the lobster fair cakes because we could be florida that georgia's new and if you a guess what if you need special pod crime i'll be available but in the meantime the andrew hans could be taken the ship the ships we your free up by hot iraq like take the woman would never do that even if he could he just laughed in it's sequence with jay that was noticed of lay offs guided smick ira interpreted the fire jackson what's my biggest surprise is it a it yeah i think chris paul lands in san antonio cassese p3 somewhere else so san antonio's is as good places any wise yeah i don't know of this surprise but i think he would actually moves i don't think he's norrback a discontent since because it because it i would really yes it would it would bringing back to the days the summer of two thousand fourteen bomb acts actually remember where i was where i got the news that lebrun with back to cleave with hit i was vowed extremes are pretty sad outage at all hours on end train had just gotten off in a story last stop on the end all in one of my close friends jacksonians like it's done the bomb with beckley in on the spares economists turn up for turnpike of at at different than any other time to get off the train exactly uh uh uh andrew the.
"cassese" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Where's the the weapon to in this list it's rush we never mentioned law stomach came into this be the patsy kensit was walking out as we came in die is right my only i recognized her that's roswell uh she was in here recording something as i he can't and then she as she left we walked in she said hello to us in a in a way as if you say oh just for a nice thing to say patsy kensit no liquor think of as lethal weapon to you just want to get diplomatic immunity live may take iba today uh right number six good fellas uh on unsurprising could fellas his is always in the told normally in the top five after he said with absolutely no evidence iraqi it's probably wasn't the top five um letsie see where it was fun all right yeah highest placing scorsese uh was in excise placing the departed oh the departed above touch number five pulp fiction memories it was nothing new in this list to get the blood pressure up fisher limitless either number five pulp surely must have no objection to pulp fiction in them i've got no checks to pull fiction above objections to the departed being seen as a better squares a movie than taxi driver i'm with you on that i thought will know should be kundun i mean there's a numbers cassese films of the departure does not better than that is placed item yet i mean just name on all of them will look at all from the one about the boy the transaction uh hugo yeah best scorsese film for me is king of comedy what's your johnny well boringly goodfellow sorry both as a something else just mean streets 'cause novelist his fine to joys jimbo condemn we've already discuss or or fiction published out doubt bite leaks the best a phone is not sure it absolutely history that is not what is your favorite then you country creature i'm not contrary i just recognize greatness when see as an his greatest film remains reservoir dogs by ovation is is afraid very good undeserved been the list reservoir dogs is definitely his second best.