35 Burst results for "Chas Chas"
Jonathan Corbblah on the Big Poker Boom
"Welcome back to the grid. I jennifer shoddy today. I've got an extra special dare. I say delicious guys. It is jonathan core blah. Blah is a man of many games we met through chas where he's a blitz legend and renown coach. He's also a jeopardy champion. Anna hosted the game show masterminds the game show network where he works with ken jennings. Jonathan has been on over thirteen. Game chose from cass cab. Who wants to be a millionaire to wheel of fortune. He appeared in a few projects produced like x. Chess and american. Just star many of the games at jonathan. His bastard involve grades whether it's jeopardy or chess or scrabble and honestly that's why i've wanted him on the show from the start. I've been nagging him for two years. And finally i captured him for the grade. He brought a hand that he played with nine five suited just a few days ago. It was in a home game that i played into jonathan. My i live guests in the grid for over a year. We aren't a beautiful beach and poker retreat weekend and so john that i have to thank you for taking time out from champagne and sicilians for this little chat. It's actually really really funny. I'm glad that we were able to meet up this weekend. Were out here in southampton. And i'm glad i was able to shenyang only fill a spot in the grid with a hand that you saw me play so that was actually kinda fun. Was the nine five of clubs nine five of clubs and tell us a little bit about your relationship to poker. Now i came in with the big poker. Boom of chris moneymaker like many people our age when it was first on. Espn and You know the the world series started growing and we started meeting. These guys. Like phil hellmuth and phil ivey and whatnot. And i became extremely interested in playing. So i got a party. Poker account full tilt poker account and luckily living in new york city. I had a lot of opportunities to play in some underground poker game. So i would say of all of the poker played in my life. Probably eighty percent of it has taken place in underground games mostly in new york city but also other places around the country starting with cash games. You know when my bankroll was really low one to no limit will come up to two five and five five these days playing a lot of five ten pillow so bring us back to those days. What was poker like then. Well there were so many people who played and because of the numbers so many who thought that they were amazing so many people who consider themselves professional regardless of how much they could support themselves with the game regardless of how much they think they knew that perhaps read. A few books played a bunch. Got a few cashews. And i can't lie. I probably was one of those people you know. We were all kind of swept up in the u. Fauria of everyone being able to play their poker rooms opening up all over the place on riverboat casinos and indian reservations in a c- in vegas and you know Foxwoods mohegan sun. So everywhere. I would go for instance. There was a long-term tournament at the foxwoods casino in connecticut. And i would often play. Maybe the first few rounds get a little bored and then eventually miss around and go to the poker games because i was doing a little bit better in the poker game so definitely poker was there was cachet. I mean if you recall a time they had the heads up. Poker tournament on nbc. Cyber poker shout at exactly celebrity poker showdown poker was in the zeitgeist definitely between two thousand three and two thousand eight ish and i would say that was really a part of the hebei of me playing.
Altuve HR Caps 6-Run Rally in 9th, Astros Shock Yankees 8-7
"Jose Altuve a three run walk off home run capped a six run ninth inning rally as the Houston Astros stormed back to beat New York Yankees eight to seven Chas McCormick two run double started the comeback after he scored on Abraham Toro is double L. two they followed a chasing Castro single and smacked a one curve ball into the left field seats Torre was at third base when he hit it I mean I I knew it was gone I was just making sure enough the the home run it was crazy like when when you get out throughout the play you know you always expect something something big and he came through once again Tim the Castro and Gary Sanchez hit home runs for the Yankees but they finished three for sixteen with runners in scoring position and left fourteen men on base Adam Spillane Houston
Keuchel Chased Early, Beaten in 1st Start Against Astros
"Let's what colors junior allowed two runs on two hits over six innings as the Houston Astros won their seventh straight game beating the Chicago White Sox eighty two the color struck out for any did not allow a hit after the second inning happy with everything lost a couple guys that was up you know two strikes but that but that happens so we sure as I throw my off speed a little more and get my legs back under me now starts to get out those type of things what happened Abraham Toro finished four for five for the Astros the first four hit game of his major league career of Michael Brantley Chas McCormick Taylor Jones and Carlos Correa added a pair of hits with qureia smacking his fourteenth home run of the season Adam Spillane Houston
Under-Representation in Robotics and AI Is Solvable
"So when i was a kid me and my sister got left at home. A lot during the summers which meant that. We watched a lot of reruns on television and one of the things that we watched. All the time was the biotic woman. And i heard that that was a favorite of yours as well Although i will tell you the bionic woman. When i was young was current. I'm sure you must have saw the reruns just just But yeah that was. That was my favorite. And i think i was always into anything that was science fiction. Everything from you know. Battle star galactica star chas the original. Yeah the original. Not the ones that they make over and over and over again thank then it was all of it was like new. It was like fascinating so the bionic woman. Was this. show where this. This woman was horribly mangled in like this horrific car accident accident. She would have died right and instead the doctors took her and rebuilt her basically added the banning parts and she would go around saving the world which was was. It was awesome but she was humid. She had a personality. That was the nice thing about that. Just like she wasn't exactly a robot she was a robot it was actually. If you think about it there was only a few scifi shows that showed women in a positive superhero light one was wonder woman and was rounding radnich women
"chas " Discussed on Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast
"Than we could chew trying to get fifteen grand in one week But david lee. And i this podcast going. I guess live later. David but david leonhardt dot just two days ago yesterday. I guess he's like no. This is long term. We don't get it why newcastle. Get if i sit here and if we don't get it and you'll get a like we're going to get this on the nose of sport and this is just a new whole system of taking the power back the people so yeah i have. Yeah even if we don't get it for newcastle where i think we're halfway there. Maybe we'll get it for the end but as long as kyle. Yeah i was engaged and so it'll be. Yeah we're still pushing even though it's brilliant and What if i googled belly go fund me. I could find it. Yeah. the kiowa. Backlash project developed e. b. e. l. l. All right cool at gofundme. God bless jazz. Your goodman hey. Let me see the hat. I to screenshot. Because if i don't put it on. Instagram never happens. I'm wearing my. I'm wearing my own bam swag just like david scales talks about bands. Swags on yeah tested out all right. Well that takes some balls to you. Better be a good surfer. If you've got your name on your hats thank you and go go wild cats. Yeah go all guests. Moutsos cassius to chas smith midlife surfer dot. Com is the website if you want to donate click a buy me a coffee. Link share all proceeds with the great monk. Yale and i appreciate you. Listen god bless you and..
Astros batter A's 9-2 to complete four-game sweep
"The the Astros Astros dominated dominated the the athletic athletic sweeping sweeping the the four four game game series series and and winning winning the the finality finality nine nine to to two two Houston Houston outscored outscored Oakland Oakland thirty thirty five five to to nine nine in in the the series series Jason Jason Castro Castro Kyle Kyle Tucker Tucker and and Chas Chas McCormick McCormick all all homered homered and and the the Astros Astros are are off off to to their their best best start start since since two two thousand thousand one one Yuli Yuli Gurriel Gurriel added added three three hits hits and and two two RBIs RBIs McCormick McCormick says says they they played played really really well well all all weekend weekend honestly honestly we we discretion discretion from from page page one one to to the the last last page page of of the the whole whole series series but but I I mean mean we're we're we're we're a a great great team team you you know know defense defense offense offense we're we're all all just just click click in in for for these these four four games games D. D. as as a a starter starter phone phone for for for for the the third third time time in in Oakland Oakland history history and and the the minus minus twenty twenty six six run run differential differential is is the the worst worst since since nineteen nineteen fifty fifty when when the the team team was was in in Philadelphia Philadelphia Riley Riley on on Oakland Oakland
Street Preacher Blasts Democrats Outside Seattle's CHAZ: "They Hate Black People"
"Seattle Washington which is literally had part of the town taken over by armed militants are calling themselves originally Chas the Capitol Hill autonomous zone and now calling themselves shop the Capitol Hill opposition protest well there's a young lady by the name of babble in baby and she is a preacher use here on YouTube I guess she's very popular on YouTube and I was I was absolutely enthralled when I watch what she did she went down to this chat zone where many of the journalists go go down to try to cover this story with the sea at the Seattle police department has given up a pre saying they surrendered and evacuated the mayors said she's not going to do anything to stop these protests and this young lady went down to give the people a Chaz our chopper whatever they're calling it tonight date she gave them a piece of her mind take a listen I I know know people people don't don't understand understand but but let let me me tell tell you you something something I I had had to to pick pick between between I'm I'm not not we we want want to to see see a a bunch bunch of of black black people people go go to jail yes watch what happens watch what happens that's babbling baby she's a conservative activist she went down there and a big red poncho and who's talking to protesters outside this capitol hill organized protest this happened on Monday take a listen to the next thing that she told these people about how their movement is being hijacked please I'm not exactly the same slavery in the K. K. these are the same people your body is a part of the Republican Party is the only party that the actions history has been it was big switch there was never a big
"chas " Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Talking about your idea hundred marshals go and make sure everybody in the autonomous Chas chop off summer free love zone or free look I I I based on all of the reported more I'm like you are paying very close attention the residents there we have one resident Shelby Talcott at the at the daily caller interviewed a business owner he's not too happy and I would imagine that this probably legal liability for the city and for the state then that will work itself out through the courts I think there's going to come a moment for your idea I'm not quite there yet it's well thought out I appreciate it but it also is predicated on one assumption I think that you think that the people in the zone will allow it I have a feeling that it has it has the potential to be a lit fuse you know the city of Seattle yeah I know you've been there for such a been there many times okay so the six block area that they are occupying does comprise some residents there's been a lot of business all right my contention is that many perhaps most who are trapped there don't want to be trapped there correct but they were they were allowed to get in and out and I'm only giving you my straight reporting that I have and if we're in your neighborhood or my neighborhood had any we would not put it we wouldn't be putting up with it we are putting up with it I only can say we wouldn't be living in Seattle bill we wouldn't be health by the way we're not really welcome in New York either well new Yorkers are not I mean what happened at St Patrick's cathedral I don't know how much time we have but the district attorney cy Vance not prosecuting the people desecrated they have Pedro said that is probably the worst thing I've ever seen all right it looks versus real quick because there aren't a lot of time let's say the people that took over and running the autonomous zone more some conservative or radical right wing group as they call these left wingers what if it was that what would happen now well I initially would have the National Guard exactly exactly everybody knows that everybody knows who initially is I mean that's what I mean that in the next election people got to choose what kind of country you want it's really stark now you may not like trump but you walk in his ways is that what you want what I do in this book and I'm gonna send you an early copy special father's day first edition specially bound copies Hannity dot com bill I'll give you yours for free I give the history of how this great country was founded I give a history of radicalism in this country I give it I give the complete twenty twenty democratic agenda I go through socialism in their history of failure R. I go through what is at stake between what they want on the left and what the Radical Party they've become and all of Donald trump's views and successes that he's had in his first term I go through the the hopes that they put us through with Russia the phony impeachment trying to literally undo an election and I go through and that's why it's live free or die America and the world on the brink bill this is this is not for me a game I believe everything is going you promised that I could interview you about this book remember that I did very very I don't know as I drinking that day and I don't remember I really now of course I got a I found all right but I'm telling you the loan a hundred and thirty nine days bill this great Republic is hanging in the balance the choice cannot be any more clear I've said that in past elections it's nothing compared to this one all right bill o'reilly dot com thank you bill o'reilly we'll continue news traffic and weather Tampa bay's news radio WFLA I read shepherd our top story of five thirty.
"chas " Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Well Seattle's Capitol Hill economists zone Chas which I think is shares son daughter I don't remember which but I think that's her I think that's his name her name I'm honestly not trying to be offensive born a boy turned a girl born a girl turned a boy which one was it born girl turned a boy still share talking about share I have no idea born a girl I believe change Chernobyl it's Chas you know I guess you know again well jazz right now it's just the name of a new country but back in the day actually was a voicemail all right well the big gun reparations to your be happy to know it white members of this this new Republican it's beautiful it's a summer of love have been told Friday night that they have to start giving black people at least ten dollars before leaving the area so they're they're in the there in like this park setting it's very very nice and I want you to find by the time you leave this area hi I want you to give ten dollars to one African American person from this anonymous on and if you think that's difficult well you think it's hard to give ten dollars to people of color to black people you'll have to think really really critically about it in the future are you going to actually give up your power and your land and the capital when you have it if you have a hard time giving up ten dollars and you'll have to think again are you really down with the movement then he goes on to say white people I see you find an African American I see you I see every one of you and I remember your faces wow that sounds like a threat doesn't it here he is actually giving the actually giving the speech I think this is the leader of of Chas listen okay I.
CHAZ being renamed to CHOP in Seattle to better reflect the demonstrations' message
"Organizes have decided to rebrand to refocus Chas there on Capitol Hill at the east police precinct several black areas now known as the Capitol Hill occupy protest or chop demonstrators behind the change hope this will get the movement back on track things remained quiet in the area around the precinct and chief Carmen best wants to keep it that way she was on CBS's face the nation Sunday morning she says a continuing challenge is figuring out who is the leader of the protest area she says that's hard to determine because it changes so often
What It's Like Inside The 'Autonomous Zone' Near A Seattle Police Precinct
"There's been a very rough stretch for America but there's good news there something that I feel like we can all laugh at together it's happening over in Seattle I have to admit I'm now turning from bin Usman to amusement as a as an autonomous zone they're going to Capitol Hill autonomous zone has been set up in Seattle protesters have taken over apparently six or seven block radius in Seattle I have declared their own states if you put aside and says you are now leaving USA not getting the Capitol Hill freeze on the call the autonomous zone as a protester occupied zone okay sort of like the occupy Wall Street routine we saw a few years back about twenty tenth and it is going to end up exactly the same way it happened because the police were told by mayor Jenny Durkan to essentially withdraw from the area and to see the area to the cops and it's turned into a raucous comedy almost immediately now I think that a lot of people across the United States are feeling that things have grown out of control just a little bit but no matter how much you believe the police brutality is wrong and everyone has good believes this and about how much we racism is wrong and you don't have to protest Julie the racism is wrong it's kind of weird that we are now talking openly about a complete takeover of a major part of the major city by protesters against the police were apparently according to cops some extortion is going on testers have built walls that they've gone full trump guys not full authoritarian according black right they built walls not getting they actually built a wall to keep people out they took over the east precinct in jail police department called the Seattle people's department which is not I'm really enjoying this live showing on continuous loop of the dark knight rises it's really exciting stuff they set up physical barriers we have armed people patrolling the physical barriers apparently they are stopping and frisking people were entering I'm not kidding about this they're stopping and frisking people who are entering and this was to get rid of the cops guys this is to get rid of the evil horrible Seattle police department and immediately upon that happening people in there like oh you mean now there's power that's up for grabs it turns out that energy is usually a pretext for Tierney chaos is usually a pretext for terrible people taking over and so according to multiple reports socially world you were going to skate from New York have to skate from Seattle we're gonna send in snake plus can do that I mean all that has to happen here is for is for Air Force One to be down inside the Seattle autonomous freezone for things to get really wild so here is exactly what went down I'm going to I'll appointed over hot air apparently CLP cracked down hard on protesters on Sunday night despite their having giving a speech earlier that day calling for de escalation in order to lower the temperature the weeklong blockade by the police in their east precinct was lifted and demonstrators were allowed to March past but that's not all apparently they were afraid that the writers were gonna burn down the police precinct so instead the cops in the National Guard to pulled out of the building entirely by Monday afternoon they removed all the women in the files the board the place up and they left and thus was born a new nation the Capitol Hill autonomous zone or Chas for sure the country of jazz a place where progressives can indulge in some of the most humiliating stereo type of left wing protest on culture according to reports by early Tuesday demonstrators had established a perimeter with improvised barriers and deputized doubts in the afternoon the No capo up popped up swinging kebabs snacks and free water to passers by I teach ins where was established at the intersection of wealth and fine when you like a full mouse review here tents were pitched near the precinct where people are encouraged to stay throughout the night or even just for two or three hours to hold the space by nightfall they built their own outdoor cinema the crowd was energized to build connections people spoke about investing in black owned banks I vesting from corporations and prison reform one speaker issued a warning about the American legislative exchange council vote a group of usually white men from major corporations we don't know our issues and make laws protesters hold a banner on east precinct at red property of the people according to Kaelin o'connell which is one of the local stations and there are plenty of photos available there's even a map replete with labels like regime occupied safe way regime occupied safe way solid stuff guys really good stuff
Seattle Mayor Defies Trump
"President's been critical Seattle police for their handling of the neighborhood's been taken over by demonstrators that area the Capitol Hill autonomous zone or Chas is under control of the occupiers in ABC's Alex stone is there right now at least it's calm here during the day crowns Rome people out walking their dogs restaurants inside the chance open food tents are set up at night movies are being shown but the end game here isn't clear how is it going to end police want their precinct back but the mayor of Seattle seems a bit more open to waiting it out
Seattle mayor says she doesn't know how long CHAZ occupation will continue
"News Seattle mayor Jenny Durkan responding to the question about when she thinks that so called Capitol Hill autonomous zone or Chas will come to an end and when police may reclaim the east precinct the mayor said overnight on CNN how long do you think Seattle in those few blocks looks like this I don't know we could have the summer of love well tell her to the police was supposed to be in that precinct I want to be very clear on that our chief of police was in their system today we take public safety very seriously we met with businesses and residents today we don't have to sacrifice public safety for first amendment rights both can exist and will make sure that both
Hospitals Are Encouraged To Do More To Avoid Medical Device Hacking
"Dr Christian did naff narrates the scene to a couple hundred doctors medical device manufacturers and cyber security professionals watching as part of the cyber mad summit there are no deaths linked to medical device hacking but as the demonstration showed we might not know if there was doctors and nurses on all about are not looking for it hospitals do not have the security resources and expertise that they need to even detect some of these attacks device manufacturers have little incentive to do deep forensic analysis because it may result in a huge issue with them the mass says the threat is last from individuals and more from rampant now where I don't think there's an army a cycle path actors out there that are ready to do that instead I think we have a far more boring than realistic threat connected devices run from the human Chas to the bad side with dozens in the average hospital room and hospitals are rarely have staff to ensure their security as Adam non security consultant with Clearwater compliance your member the little cartoons where there's a dam and somebody's trying to plug the holes in the damages hold just keep opening up it's kind of what it's like the food and drug administration has increased the cyber security of devices being manufactured today but it can't force hospitals to retire older in secure units the FDA's gotten manufactures to listen to hackers just this summer they work together to expose that more than a million drug infusion pumps could be taken over remotely that's a far cry from eight years ago says the FDA Suzanne Schwartz back then security researchers felt they had to get on a stage and do a live demo of a hack in order to get the attention and to get some action from manufacture we're in a very very different place now Radcliffe who now works for a medical device company says the risks are still outweighed by the reward with his insulin pump and many other connected devices yes there's some risk but ultimately when I look at my health you know I can't not have these treatments unlike a lot of patients in the U. S. he is doing it aware of those
"chas " Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Chas being on an open fire Jack frost nipping at hi I have being sung by and dressed up as he moved by the some news how may top with that we'll find it hard to see two nine a they know that he's loaded I'm there every mother's to see rain really know little high for long and so this the kids from one it's been said many times many ways.
How Did Armistice Day Become Veterans Day in the United States?
"On veterans day the government offices are closers no mail delivery post offices are closed in many schools are closed as well as America honors the nation's veterans reporter Chas Henry explains how this became a day of remembrance there's a reason we commemorate veterans day on the eleventh day of the eleventh month because it was at the eleventh hour on this day in nineteen eighteen the World War one came to an end it'd been bloody and heartbreaking more than five and a half million dead close to thirteen million wounded more than four million missing when the hour rolled around a year later people around the world begin commemorating the armistice agreement that ended that four and a half year conflict when you see people in Britain in some other countries wearing small paper poppies on their lapel it's a tradition related to the beautiful flowers that grew on the World War one battlefields that took so many lives in nineteen fifty four president Eisenhower change the name of the holiday from armistice day to veterans day day to recognize all men and women who've honorably war in the U. S. military uniform not just those who gave their lives we recognize them in may on Memorial Day today marks the occasion for remembering and thanking those who have served both in peace and war more than twenty million still among us I'm
Message from Bezos divorce - clean up your digital act
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com with wicks you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your professional website today. Jeff Bezos of all people should know better. He's the world's richest man, the founder of Amazon and one would have to assume a guy who's incredibly tech savvy. Now he announced last week that he and wife MacKenzie were set to divorce after twenty five years in the wake of appending four month National Enquirer investigation that revealed that he had been dating a former L A TV anchor and the problem here, if the inquirer is to be believed is the base os got really really sloppy with his digital hygiene news at eleven. Stay tuned. I'm Jefferson Graham with USA today. You're listening to talking tech. So maybe the inquirer is right or it's one hundred percent wrong. When it says that base Ohs sent naked pictures and racy texts to Lawrence and Chas the former co anchor of TV's extra who he is now linked with. Well, I don't know something digital was sent if base. Indeed went the Anthony Weiner route and believe. That no one beyond his beloved would ever see the images. Then clearly Amazon has the CEO issue did oh for the tax. So once again kids, it's time for another quick lesson in digital hygiene. First of all don't take naked pictures of yourself, unless you're seeking a career in adult entertainment, they serve. No good purpose. They will be copied and used to embarrass you later. Text messages or not private sure apple says that SMS messages sent from phone, iphone or private and imprinted. But you know, if I'm CEO of a billion dollar tech firm that is transform retail forever. I don't think I'm gonna trust apple on that one. Are you? I would use signal or telegram, which are the private SMS services. But even then I would John everything down in a type of hard to decipher code that only the two of us would understand and would not be embarrassing to read in a family newspaper. Remember kids anything you say or right is part of the. Digital record forever. Think twice about what you jot down. I'm Jefferson Graham with USA. What do you think? Let's talk about it on Twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham, you've been listening to talking tech Cleese subscribe to the show on apple podcasts. These favorite us Institure, which helps more people find the shown as always thanks everyone. Phyllis thing. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running you want to be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com has got you covered. They developed artificial design intelligence that creates a stunning website for you with wicks, you can create your own professional website right from your phone, which means you can open your own online store portfolio or blog wherever you are. How's that for efficient? Just go to wicks dot com. Decide what you need a website for pick your style at your own images link your social accounts and just like that your website is ready. You look amazing on every device desktop and mobile and it takes less than five minutes. Plus, you can do it with one hand. So it's time to get started. Go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your very own beautiful professional website today.
"chas " Discussed on KCRW
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Some Syrians React To U.S. Withdrawal With Worry, Fear
"All right. Let's go now to northeastern Syria their local fighters allied with US troops are angered by President Trump's decision to withdraw forces from the country. This is a mostly Kurdish region near the Turkish border. NPR's Ruth Sherlock. Is there gauging the reaction? Of course, the lush green grass plains of northeastern Syria. US military bases are not hard to find their sprawling complexes protected by white mud Bank defenses and high watchtowers. The perimeter of the base. We reach is guarded by the US's local allies, Kurdish fighters overall NPR Ricky Roddam, Ricky that was eventually God's let us turn into a vast campout. US soldiers drive past in humvees and bulletproof SUV's. No Americans will talk to us. But the Kurdish soldiers let us sit with them. They offer sweet tea and talk using only their first names as they don't have formal authorization to speak. Six Hubbard says the mood on the basis being grim since President Trump announced to withdraw from Syria. Just as the decision has prompted ranking US administration officials to resign in America. He hears from the US soldiers on the base that they are also angry. The ultimate is on. And you know, what the reaction of Americans in the US is about this decision. It's the same for their military members. You're also the US soldiers this base year to fight against ISIS and against terrorism. So just as they didn't like it in America here. They also don't like it. His twenty five year old. Muhammad says the everyone here both Kurdish and American believes that this withdrawal may allow ISIS to return. The Huzzah ally annoy Humana this decision is very dangerous because we're still fighting ISIS on the front line in a gene down even in those areas where we forced ISIS out. There's still thousands of sleeper cells be all know that they're still active. There's no exact timeline for when US troops may go home. And some in the US are still trying to change Trump's mind. But Kurdish officials and local residents are also afraid of another consequence of the decision. A threatened invasion by Turkey Turkey sees Kurds in this area as being aligned with terrorists in recent days. It's a mass troops on the border and threatened military action. Once the US departs. Scottish officials scramble for a solution. We come across local residents, we're finding that own way to cope. Protest Madden limited sitting around on Chas others spending, dancing, dub, k traditional dance here. Relating and this is all in opposition to Turkey and the threat of the tax you here. I'm the mother cities. You're there. I'm the Hudson with Turkey just miles away from her village visible on the horizon, fifty five year old Amina boozy says the world has to restrain Turkey's president Rachel type urged one as I'm the other though let me want all the international countries to help us because air to one is a wolf lose mouth drips blood. She's a mother of eight and says that five of her children are in the Kurdish forces who would have to fight in the offensive an organizer of the protest adamant shaker says it's one of a number of events they've planned. There is a cliche. He says it's designed to send a message to tacky that even without US. Hope the Kurds here. We'll never leave the land rooster. Look NPR news northern Syria.
Urban Meyer's retirement: What did university president Drake have to do with it?
"And urban Meyer. And even though he had relatively good season winning the big ten of beating Michigan again, I think that Chas them really began to wear on urban Meyer months ago. Why do you think that is? Well, because I think urban Meyer is someone who who needs to be reassured. And I think when he knew he lost the faith of the president of the university. He knew at some point it would come to an end. And I think because Ryan day was already there because the season started progressing fairly well urban Meyer. I think went to gene Smith at some point. And he was also sick. Stephen, I I mean, your point earlier on I taken for those who didn't hear it was quite significant on that. Yeah. I mean without health issues, we would not be having this conversation. But I think that added to the it's like, you're making beef stew. You just keep throwing stuff in there. And I think that was part of the part of the mix. And ultimately, I think he decided it was this was a good time to walk away. Paul. I know we're just speculating here. But if the president indeed, if there was a divide a separation of sorts, do you think it was because urban Meyer have how urban Meyer handled the press conference? A when it was announced that he would be suspended for three games, or do you believe it's because the president felt to some degree? He was an enable in the whole Zac Smith fiasco involving domestic violence against his now ex wife. I think it's the latter. Stephen A think urban Meyer was an enabler. I think he looked the other way because he was too close to Zack Smith, remember, not regurgitate everything.
Why Ambassadors Still Matter
"Listening to the foreign desk. Still with me are John Everard and Chas Freeman jazz to start the second part of the show. I wanted to go back to one of the points at which we came in which was the role of ambassador during moments of great crisis or great tension. You were the United States ambassador to Saudi Arabia at the time of desert shield and Desert Storm how much does your job change at a moment. Like that. When history is being made around you. Well, one becomes a crisis manager, I was conducting relationships with elements of the Saudi establishment and indeed other governments with members of the coalition with Philo envoys to reality of a sort that I never would have had the war not occurred. So you're a manager not only internally of your diplomatic mission, which contains of course, many different agencies and lots of complicated people who have tendency to act unpredictably under stress, but you're also the manager of. Of relationships with the host country government and with the resident diplomatic community, and you are the mayor of your nationalities local community, they look to you for protection for advise, and I all these functions come into play very very sharply. When a crisis occurs Jomo mutt. Thought of the the ambasaador as actor, especially at a moment of crisis or tension. What was your perception of at moments like that what the stakes actually were as they applied to your particular job? Like how badly can one person damage or I guess how much how vastly can one person improve relations between to entire nations depending on where you are the onset can be a really quite a lot. I mean, very often and work in countries where you may be the only member of the sending nation that these guys are gonna come across. So yes, you can shape events. Really quite considerably and the calls you make under stress come effect history. I mean, maybe not the broad thrust of wilt history. The history for that nation, and the we affects its place in the world. Yes that can happen. Just follow that up. John were the can you recall any particular moments from your own service? I guess especially probably as ambassador to North Korea, which it really struck. You about a given situation that I really don't want to get this one wrong. I remember very clearly after north Chris I nuclear test frenetic meetings of the European Union busters with various of them calling for really soft line on North Korea. And some of us manage to persuade the European Union. Just to hold five for forty eight hours. Just to see what the North Korean said how they explained what they had done which turned out. We'll get into the degree to here was a good thing. Because the North Koreans explains. Their action in ways that nobody had expected them to those another one in Europe. Guar. I was there when something like a decade and a half a right wing government collapsed and the left took power. Now, do you relations with Uruguay up probably not going to affect the broad sweep of well developments? But the acquit lots of people around who was saying that we ought to give you guys the chill, these whistle. Put a communist, and we ought to coach them, and I was able to say, no, no, these are actually reasonable respectable people. You you can agree or disagree with the political tenants. But these are not criminals, and they deserve a fair hearing, and we won chose to put a I guess a similar question to you. How often did you find yourself making decisions or filing reports or having conversations that you felt like they were considerable stakes riding on. This was something you needed to get right? That you need to be. Absolutely sure that you're communicating what you had learnt clearly and Thornton deeply, otherwise things might go, terribly terribly wrong. We'll I was fortunate in my career to be. In a fairly central position on several occasions in the opening of relations with China and as investor to Saudi Arabia during the war to liberate Kuwait I had to make decisions and to recommend decisions that really had great consequences, sometimes just preventing Washington for making foolish mistakes, for example, shortly after the invasion of Kuwait by Saddam Hussein and his forces in the United States, suddenly sent me from a relatively low level an instruction to go to the king of Saudi Arabia and asked for bed down of beef, fifty two's in Jeddah. We'll the only place they could have been bedded down was in the hedge terminal I thought this was a dreadful idea one photo when we would be dead in the Islamic world. And I said so and made other arguments and suggestions for how to avoid the need for such a thing. I got a reply ordering me to do it from a higher level at finally several more interruptions, it ended up with a personal. Message from the president in each case. I replied, you know, I wonder if you have seen the arguments against this. Let me reiterate them if you have considered those and rejected them, of course, I will execute the instruction. And I never heard anything in the end except the president when he came out and thanked me for standing my ground in voiding error, the impetus behind this was a desire by the US air force to demonstrate the continuing utility of the fifty two for budgetary reasons. I think an an anecdote like that demonstrates both the value of ambassadors in an and the satisfaction that must come from doing the job. But as we are regrettably nearing the end developed time did want to ask you, both internal I'll start with you, John. What was the one thing you really disliked about the job? The one thing you kind of glad to not have to do again. Once you've lifted being nice to lofty people is not in my nature. You know, be long enough to know that I tend to speak my mind fairly readily. And not being able to do that includes circumstances created the Yuli when I was in Bosnia having to shake the hands and green happily at Serb mass, murderers, I really didn't like doing. So the actually having to be diplomatic part of being a diplomat was the part that grated. Yes. I mean, some of my colleagues disa- just that I was one of business less likely diplomats. What about you? Are there any parts of the job in the foreign service that you really not Cain to go back to? We'll I agree completely with John. But I would add I really disliked being kissed by men with beards and bad breath. And also just finally because I think at monocle generally, we'd like to encourage the idea of ambassadors and of a country to have a a professional foreign service. We think it's a good thing. I I did also want to ask you both for one encouraging example from history as it were. And again, I'll start with you, John. If if if you have this is a great local radio question, this, do you have a favorite ambassador. Listen, but the the actually ambassador and minister to London in the first World War. The man who argued an argue with the Kaiser an almost stopped the war happening where my heroes and chess. What about you know, I would think of our envoy to France who when presented with the Louisiana purchase from Napoleon as opposed to -bility seize the opportunity without instructions to buy it that more than double the size of the United States, right man in the right spot. You can't argue with that is a good day's work. Chas
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"Border security we need border, security the president was speaking last night in Wilkes Barre Pennsylvania he also repeated, his criticism, of the media accusing. Reporters of diminishing the results of his recent summits. With North Korean leader Kim Jong UN and Russian President Vladimir Putin Trump referred to fake news negative stories the president was widely criticized by Democrats and Republicans for his comments in Helsinki after meeting with Putin. Where he appeared to question US intelligence about Russia interfering in the two thousand sixteen election in Tennessee businessman Bill Lee is celebrating a win, in the. State's Republican gubernatorial primary as Chas Sisk with member station w. p. l. n. reports from Nashville Lee defeated Three other GOP candidates Lee spent far less than his main opponents Representative Diane black. And Randy boy another businessman but voters said they liked that his ads, were largely upbeat while the other to attack. Their rivals over issues. Like immigration Li now. Takes on former Nashville mayor Karl dean who won the. Democratic nomination the state's current governor is Republican, but the office is flip flopped between the parties for the past half-century voters, in Tennessee, also chose nominees to. Succeed Republican Bob corker in the US Senate Representative. Marsha Blackburn one the GOP nomination she'll face former governor Phil Bredesen's the last democrat to win a statewide office that was more than a decade ago for NPR news I'm Chas Sisk in Nashville the national. Weather service has posted flood watches and warnings today from northern Florida to New England because of heavy rains and storms this is NPR news, from Washington Red flag warnings continue. In northern California where crews are battling one of. The most destructive wildfires on, record in, the state forecasters say high temperatures and gusty winds are expected through tomorrow in and around the reading. Area the fire has destroyed more than a thousand homes and, left six people dead fire officials say. They're trying to prevent the fire, from crossing a ridge that, divides Shasta and trinity counties thousands of people remained evacuated the. City of Los Angeles is accepting, license applications from marijuana growers manufacturers and. Testing companies as, Daniel Carson reports. This comes eight months. After California's legalized the recreational use of marijuana only a small number of growers are currently supplying dispensaries as a. Result LA has only licensed. About one hundred fifty retail shops which are working with suppliers from other parts of the state California growers associations has Iki Allen. Says that won't improve until government Regulators smooth out the kinks tens of thousands of small businesses. Around the state looking at the proposition of doing business in the regulated market and realizing it's just not gonna. Work licenses for suppliers aren't. The only hitch cannabis advocates say the new regulations and taxes are pushing some buyers growers. And retailers underground where. There are no rules no taxes and cheaper prices for NPR news. I'm Danielle Carson in Pasadena California it's been a mixed. Day for stocks. In Asia head of the latest employment report in the US yesterday apple became the first publicly traded company to be. Valued at a trillion dollars.
Europe sizzles as heatwave intensifies across continent
"To ten years, Conde nast is owned by a parent company called advance publications which similarly, similarly split off its cable assets in two thousand sixteen. So we're seeing in, you know, in many ways, sort of unbundling of these large conglomerates that cobbled together dispirit businesses. So we might see some special specialization in the publishing industry in that sense. You've mentioned that why change in the industry and the dating with the the she's around on for tising moving online and the dominance companies like Google, I is he down to that or do we also have to factor in specific missteps that we can say that estimate? I mean, there's certainly been missteps along the way as true with every media company. One of the ways a lot of publishers are trying to ramp up revenue is through commerce, essentially, creating content that audiences can come to and then buy products through. So you see the New York Times. For example, recently bought a startup called wire cutter, which is a great commerce business Conde nast tried to build an inhouse commerce business to the tune of one hundred million dollars that failed miserably over the last year or two. So that alone would make up a large proportion of their losses last year. So whether you know legacy publishers, which would like to get into the commerce game. Game and take back some of the advertising revenue they lost. They're able to do that is really unclear, but you do see a lot of missteps lot a big and potentially bad bets, David. Thank you very much. David about that from a splinter in just a moment, we'll learn about new career for Hillary Clinton. I, here's some more of the day's top stories. Apple has formally become the first public company to be worth. One trillion dollars had passed that landmark after the value of Chas and trading, Neil apple stock has been rising since it reported better than expected results. He this week Chaz have increased by moving in Levin hundred percent. Since the first iphone was introduced eleven years ago. US national security chief. So if United to warn that America's democracy is in the crosshairs of foreign adversaries, Dan Coats, director of national intelligence has will Russia continues to try to weaken and divide the US ahead of November's midterm elections Kremlin continues to deny the claims full Costa's a warning, Europe's all time. Temperature record could be broken in the coming days as a heatwave continues the record of forty eight degrees celsius set in Athens in nineteen seventy. Seven looks likely to be toppled with a warnings are in place in Portugal and Spain. With the young and the elderly said to be a particular consent. This is the multiple..
"chas " Discussed on Bodega Boys
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"chas " Discussed on KQED Radio
"I just wanted to try to talk to him and find out what was going on it was twenty twelve chas was thirteen just starting eighth grade any crisis he was barely passing his classes he was talking about suicide charlie new other kids were bullying his son at school but not a lot more than that we started walking and i just couldn't quite get i didn't understand the depth of what had been happening to him i was like well the bullies you're gonna stand up to him you know i've been bullied and i was trying to give them the father son you know you just gotta be a man stand up to them and and he was charlie and chas slowly made their way up the beach and i didn't feel like i was getting anywhere with him after about a mile they turned around then chas stopped in the same standing there looking out of the water and the waves and the wind coming at them and stuff and he he said you mind if i go in the water and i wasn't sure i thought because he threatened to commit suicide several times chaz world up his pants took off his shoes and socks and place them neatly on the beach his father stared after him wondering if he'd have to rescue his son he walked out kind of up to his knees and he sorry like yelling at the sky listen to me listen to me i didn't know what it meant but he said it four or five times all i understood was i think that i'm dealing with a problem that's larger than i really understand at the time i didn't know at the time i didn't know there have been a sexual assault before we go any further you should know that's what our show is about today sexual assault among school kids it's an issue that isn't appropriate for all listeners often when you hear about students being abused at school it involves adults teachers coaches or of the staff but our partners at the associated press spent more than a year investigating these cases and the uncovered.
"chas " Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And i just wanted to try to talk to and find out what was going on it was twenty twelve chas was thirteen just starting eighth grade and in crisis he was barely passing his classes and he was talking about suicide charlie new other kids were bullying his son at school but not a lot more than that we started walking and just couldn't quite get i didn't understand the depth of what had been happening to him i was like well the bullies you got stand up to him you know i've been bullied and i was trying to give them the father son you know you just gotta be a man to stand up to them and and he was charlie and chas slowly made their way up the beach and i didn't feel like i was getting anywhere with him after about a mile they turned around then chas stopped in the same standing there looking out of the water and the waves and the wind coming at him and stuff and he he said you mind if i go in the water and i was shocked because he threatened to commit suicide several times chaz will his pants took off his shoes and socks and place them neatly on the beach it's father stared after him wondering if he'd have to rescue his son he walked out kind of up to his knees and he sorry like yelling at the sky listen to me listen to me and i didn't know what it meant but he said it four or five times all i understood was i think that i'm dealing with a problem that's larger than i really understand at the time i didn't know i just the time i didn't know there have been a sexual assault before we go any further you should know that's what i'll show is about today sexual assault among school kids it's an issue that isn't appropriate for our listeners when you hear about sudan's being abused at school it involves adults teachers coaches or of the staff but our partners at the associated press spent more than a year investigating these cases and they uncovered something.
"chas " Discussed on Today's KCCR
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"chas " Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Only sis gendered man batsmen who are born mayo but that are banned from the festival but that trans man matty's women met site chas bono that site women who think they would rather live as man so that's like chas boehner so she didn't want to be transphobic socio knee banned the since gendered man that's that's the people who are born male and she exempted the trans man from the ban on men and the trans men now objected on the grounds age grossly treads phone baked to say then less bail the bail rapists right that's the world we live in our chas bono the last time i checked did not have male genitalia so chas bono has great difficulty raping any swedish gaza's swedish musical festival but even if you don't have a penis it's outrageously trends phone baked to suggest yukon rape as effectively as sis gendered man that's that is the head exploding rationale that is that he's driving these are and what all these things have in common we are heading to an on manned world as always say it's all about diminishing man diminishing man hood diminishing manliness and actually affecting a massive transfer literally in the case of all this transgender rising a massive transfer from the mail sector over to the female sector but now at any rate swedish swedish trans man a threatening to sue because they resent being told but they're not as violent misogynistic and rape pay as sis gendered men that's the world we live in mark signed for rush we'll take your calls straight ahead rush twenty four seven you never have to miss one word of the rush.
"chas " Discussed on KARN 102.9
"There you go to represent the gender pay gap us sarge males more at a v get an of aid more right there's been nothing but positivie from every one males and females said the cafe's owner uh huh for sure about that yes how's business she describes it uh or or self on facebook as being focused on female empowerment social responsibility and environmental justice okay it's house rules say surcharges donated to a woman service and that the woman get priority seating at the business a woman's service a nonprofit woman's cerpa all all hm we are not imposing the surcharge its voluntary uh a different story if somebody doesn't want to pay the tax there's no pool that's not the same thing at oh and if you're talking about it goes to if it's a charity you're talking about then i think a lot of people would go okay eighteen percent now got you do have to ask a question after the caitlyn story over the weekend were in the trump pat and everything else who caitlyn walks in you ask because of caitlyn's residual white male privilege because of caitlyn's residual white privilege white male privilege white male privilege that that was brought up on msnbc over the weekend a residual white male privilege it exist in caitlyn does is he has to pay the tax those the quite those that these are the kind of questions at we need answered mile if chas bono goes in chas bono going to pay the tax if you were to impose it the idea is what it's based on men making more right yes uh so many questions and we'll much time that we're just asking a question that that's that's all we're doing it or even active statements wears is standards whereas where's that standard because if you don't impose and ask chas bono to pay it well then that would be shunning the transgender community would it not you're not recognising chas bono as a man.
"chas " Discussed on KSFO-AM
"There you go to represent the gender pay gap as sarge males more at a v get unfetter of aid more right there's been nothing but positively from every one males and females said the cafe's owner uh huh for sure about that this house business she described era or or solve on facebook as being focused on female empowerment social responsibility and environmental justice okay it's house rule say as surcharges donated to a woman service and that the women get priority seating at the business a woman's service a nonprofit woman cerpa all all we are not imposing the surcharge its voluntary uh a different story if somebody doesn't want to pay the tax there's no paul that's not the same thing it oh and if you're talking about it goes to if it's a charity you're talking about then i think a lot of people would go okay this 18 percent now got you do have to ask a question after the caitlyn story over the weekend were in the trump pant and everything else who caitlyn locsin do you ask because of caitlyn's residual white male privilege because of caitlyn's residual white privilege white male privilege white male privileged that that was brought up on msnbc over the weekend the residual white male privilege it exist in caitlyn does is he has to pay the tax those the quite those that these the kind of questions of we need answered mile if chas bono goes in chas bono going to pay the tax if you were to impose it the idea is what it's based on men making more right yes uh so many questions and we'll much tonight we're not just asking a question that's that's at all we're doing it or even active statements where to sorry wayward i standards whereas where's that standard because if you don't impose and ask chas bono to pay it well then that would be shunning the transgender community would it not you're not recognising chas bono as a man but see the letter.
"chas " Discussed on Today's KCCR
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"chas " Discussed on In The Zone with Chris Broussard
"I'm gonna go nuggets member they've got your go bull milk millsap yokich okita hillock is going to be kelly fighting for pelicans americans arouse clippers chas henry hayward or clippers clippers who they just lost i don't think the clippers are playoff team i think they're eight or nine on the west is tough the west west bse you're in a tie on his sorry cave blade the only hurry history knockout the trainer the only hasn't the hold on surefire playoff teams in the west golden state san antonio oklahoma houston minnesota oh casey as you say okay so that's five so memphis you saw the clippers pelicans we're in the may on cures we gotta leonardo go may dwell we go to the night to put what it what's your win total with lopez landzo ingram randolph ryan clark i mean you know there that look if i'm the lakers i'm not i don't care i mean yeah of course you clearly you wanna look bruin already on a bronze known on the mark what i wanna see happy at 251 team this is what you need to see if you'd have lakers landzo ball is our leader is is unselfishness contagious do the other players enjoy playing with amisi making them better are we as brandon ingram giddy markedly better because of loud obama's their chemistry great are we run into floored other guys sprinting for fast race kazlauskas getting them the rock this allows a look like he's going to be a superstar type player that's what i want if i win thirty one games and that's the case fine 'cause i expected to come together like that here's a question the desolate i wanna see who has a better year next year brandon ingram with the lakers.
"chas " Discussed on WDRC
"Who end up being shot and it's almost always found that the person fares with players in europe senate of learn how you know what you'd only one or the late how are you going to know how to answer it lars our population an extremely small compared to that of europe though to tell noontime hiring us for europe and i feel since mirror a lot i thank hold on i come you know what i can tell you don't want to engage in a conversation i'm asking you if you have a million no the you'll have a extreme via you have extreme by a note chas i'm a i have a biased in favour of law enforcement you're not even avalanche who request i believe you have up luton if you have chas if you have a million people roaming this country in uniform every single day of the year and at the end of the year they haven't shot a million people then tell me how it is you believe that police officers go out and simply shoot people for no reason whatsoever give me the evidence of at a comparison to europe i'm ask you you've got a million people that you say routinely go out and without asking any questions or sizing up the situation simply shoot people shouldn't the number of of certain fish by it he and hundreds of homes named the attitude of relief when confronted with any obligation whatsoever they generally used that but that's not true and i'll tell you why lewies has actually a jazz it is with you you may have but the okay you know what chas chas doesn't want to engage chas i i'd be happy to engage in conversation but i'm asking.
"chas " Discussed on FT Money Show
"Well yes because again you get at the moment 5000 of your dividend payments of free of tax now that implies that sort of typical dividend returns on footsie shares it would take more than 140000 in chas to earn more than 5000pouncer the most ordinary savers that sri anyway now there were plans to cut 2000we don't know that's going to happen it depends who wins the election and you say who'schancellor and what they decide that most of your dividends are taxfree anyway just as most of your cash interest is taxfree outside an eissa said i don't see the point them the only people who benefit from isis all the people who've got sixfigure sums in savings more than six figure sums in chas and they are the wealthy isis are attacks shelter for the wealthy that purposes gone they don't help ordinary savers and my view if i was chancellor or have stay there's very little chance of that i would i would scrap the eissa and perhaps increase the taxfree allowances on savings may be all savings interest with tax rate and then you get rid of all this complex well thanks very much that's a police presenter of money box and his column in t money you can read online now after youcommoney is it time to scrap the isis got so from the money shea this week if you've got a story like the ftmummy team to follow up or questions of to our team of financial experts than get in touch email us money after youcom tweet us at ft money or comment on our articles online ftcommoney we will be back next thursday at the usual time goodbye support for this financialtimes podcast comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by quickenloans chances are you're confident when it comes to your working your hobbies and your life rocket mortgage gives you that same level of competence when it comes to buying a home or refinancing your existing home on with rocket mortgage you can apply simply an understand fully sir you can mortgage confidently to get started good a rocket mortgagecomftequal housing lender licensed in all 50 states nmlsconsumeraccessorg number 3030.
"chas " Discussed on Power 106 FM
"Chas waking up in the morning i don't know no small the breakfast gal gadot but thank you another twenty i gotta go because i thought this jack and everything's all of them kim did the present it seems to me on the court and trouble last browning we regan say today yeah yeah so a hit the showers the static come with the thought of yes getting a the dogs was john staff shakimov shakimov shake up shake oh man asunder home is a sadness seven back the the cash and now no south today sza.