18 Burst results for "Cinnamon Square"

"cinnamon square" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:30 min | 9 months ago

"cinnamon square" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"You've got concerned about it, or, you know, I'm going to trust the protocol, You know, talk to ban them. Don't speak one soon as I get done here, so He's I don't think he's overly concerned about it. But we're going to be smart. McCarthy answering a question from Mac Ingle of the paper Cowboys have the one preseason game left this coming weekend against Jacksonville. And then that's it. The clock is counting down. To the opener at Tampa Bay. Less than three weeks away. Miguel Cabrera has joined an exclusive club, the 500 club, proud for him and his family and and in a career accomplishment that is so rare that You may never to be a part of this again, like we have no idea who the next to the next person that that can be that to pass this big number and really cool experience for figures manager AJ hints after Cabrera went deep yesterday in Toronto to put him at 500 home runs in his career. And we all have a favorite cereal right now. In Cleveland. It sounds like it's chub crunch. The fastest selling cereal in the 23 hit 23 Year. History of lights and Sports Foods. The product maker PLB Sports Boxes went on sale six days ago. 24,000 boxes have already been purchase after Captain Crunch Chub crunch. Oh, The Browns running back Who these are named after a little cinnamon squares. Okay, so I had no idea. Cinnamon toast crunch. Yes, we We can't buy it here. I think right now it's only available in the Cleveland market, okay? One of the good things, Uh, they have a running back named Chub Crunch. Nick Cheung Nick job Is there running back getting ready to start his third year? Yeah, up in Cleveland. I like this. A portion of the sales benefits the first candle. Which is a non profit aimed to prevent sudden infant death syndrome. Possible. Alright, very him, man. Oh, I'm sorry. I should stupid I should have given you the story. What? The job crunch? Yes, for Tell me something good. There's just something about the name of that cereal That makes me giggle. And I'm sorry. No offense to anybody, but I just could not. Oh, yeah. Eat a bowl of Chubb crunch, right? Yeah. Mm Mama. He had a joke. Drugs? Yes, yeah. Crush 38 w be happy..

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"cinnamon square" Discussed on The Free Agents

The Free Agents

01:31 min | 11 months ago

"cinnamon square" Discussed on The Free Agents

"It though. You glean blitstein task. Well this morning. I stacked my cereal in my favor. It was a beautiful stack. Multiple cereals base. A nice kashi go heavy on the protein ready to go for my workout. Then a thin layer of honey nut cheerios and just talked with a few flakes of some cinnamon squares. Mom's best zero wherever the cinnamon squares like perfectly but then my kids got their fingers into it they they just need eight. Whatever i'm eating so it was. It was just a terrible experience by one year. Old was digging her fingers in there. And i was trying to hide it from her after she got her fingers in there but then she just ruined it. Yeah i don't fingers in my serials like just toss this bowl sarah away ask hiding it literally after a couple dips in there with her dirty grimy fingers and she just i hit it. And she's like no mope. Give me some so. That's it wasted wasted a nice bowl of cereal. All that words man kids who haven't tried. Every time i go fishing. I try and stack the deck by bringing so many lures last night at spent a hundred dollars on louis got a cycle. Bait rattled dot couple xhosa. Couple crank baits couple chatter bates ned rig supplies iota worm and you guessed that pop in frog.

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"cinnamon square" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"cinnamon square" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"He should not be directing funds because he still believes in gain of function. He's on record with the washington. Post saying that he thinks gain of function is worth it not just in two thousand twelve and two thousand fourteen and then he also approved exemptions for gain of function research since then he really needs to be outside of government. Everything he has done everything has touched has been rotten to the core. What part of china being hostile regimes people having a hard time understanding here senator. Because i can't figure this out the fact that the fact that china had their travel ban and nobody seems to talk about this part that a travel ban in place you couldn't travel from anywhere and wuhan province anywhere else in china or anywhere else in china wuhan province but you can leave warm province and go anywhere else in the world. Isn't that the greatest indication. The chinese new chinese government knew the communist. Chinese government knew that in fact that there was a dangerous associated with and they were only willing to protect themselves of course. And if you doubt whether or not there's freedom in china. Google cinnamon square and look at the young man holding his hand up as a tanks about to run over him They have no freedom there. They have no freedom they have some economic freedom but no political freedom. But you gotta believe that the military and the government has tight control of that lab and that we'll never know the truth because they're going to be dishonest. But there's a lot of things pointing to this one we've found no animal host covid nineteen no intermediate host and it doesn't seem to infect bats it seems to infect humans better than any other species you know every other virus that we found. We found an animal host for before it got to humans. We haven't found that. They tested every animal in that wet. Market all those exotic animals. They eat the wrong tested. No animal was positive. Covid nineteen so the evidence points strongly towards the lab and dr fauci says he's still trust them. So this is a problem. Dr fauci i think we cannot trust his judgment. We also need to make sure that he has not put in charge of any investigation. He should have nothing to do with it because he approved the funding so he has a conflict of interest. It's dear to his heart not to have anything come out of the lab because he would then be culpable for having fun at the lab. So we didn't we know from the beginning that this lab in wuhan that that labs specifically dealt with corona viruses. Yes and But i i mean why. Why did the media start with this debunked talking point well because sciences become politicized everything in government the covid pandemic everything all the lockdown. Everything's became politicized in the left. Basically look this. Facebook and twitter have not allowed anybody to doubt the origin of where the virus came from. It's been an untrue. But then somehow the ministry of truth met over at facebook and twitter and decided. Now it's okay to say it. They still discourage you from saying it but now it's no longer a ally so yeah the last as completely politicized the science. And that's you know we're stuck in a loop here. We're finding objective truth even about the pandemic is hard because one side is so committed to partisan a partisan storyline. I'll just like january sixth insurrection. I mean we. There's no way. Democrats are capable of doing anything objectively anymore. And i just don't trust them Let me ask you specifically now..

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"cinnamon square" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

07:52 min | 1 year ago

"cinnamon square" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Probably less efficient because they're building them for peak loads right so they're not using all of them all the time full capacity which is worse because then they become more inefficient and then you're only building them to your your peak lows near peak demand of everything which means they're going to have the power but you're going to have more emissions and you're just not going to be nearly as efficient so when when biden last week to the whole emissions agreement with china and this is important to think about is that they said. Oh yeah we're in agreement. It was nothing formal right. They just said that they were in agreement. Of course they're going to say that they have every incentive to and this is where do enough research on china understand how they want to be a part of the rule though order of the world how they want to literally run the the rule structure and global governance. So of course they're going to engage in those dialogues and say yes we. We're going to contribute to this we're going to do. It doesn't mean they're going to actually do anything. I mean you would have to concretely. Lay things out to say that you're going to do something so you have to basically play the part agreed to it. And maybe do some things a little things here at home tinker around. He's building electric cars. And all that stuff. But it doesn't mean that it's sincere because the most important thing for him is maintaining power and his his regime is really about not just power internally but it's externally and projecting that and they are projecting that power so and that's going to take energy and if it means fighting emissions or it means consuming energy and project that power you can bet your ass it's gonna be consuming energy and projecting that power will our unequivocally believe that the chinese are taking us for a ride and they're going to do exactly what suits their interests in anything any assumption than that is just not. You've so we came out this week. That the chinese are going to buy a one percent stake in aramco through. Maybe one of their vehicles. It's it's You know we haven't determined exactly which one but that's that's the news at twenty billion dollar steak yeah They have a bilateral agreement with the iranians. Which is undercutting our foreign policy so they are getting their posture in the middle. East squared away while we are basically getting are added to us. That's the way i see it. I mean if you look at it if their role in the middle east over time and we've kind of explained this before but you have to look at like. The chinese strategy is very like all hands on deck sort do everything and then use what works later and this was before she jim paying. It was a thesis on that day. I did this on my dissertation on it. So i think that what people and i listened to podcast today that i thought were interesting because a woman. It's a paper that i'm really excited. Read on decoding. China's talks about rule of law or in china talks about in democracy that they don't mean the same things literally they don't mean the same things because rule on china is literally means that like laws beholden to the communist party so the communist party sets that that is the game set match. So if the communist party says they're going to do something that nobody can challenge that So it's very very different. So when we i think the the guy on this on the podcast was asking me. Why didn't we see xi jinping coming. Why didn't we see this sort of authoritarian insurance. She she kinda balked at and just said you know no one could have. He was like really. And i really. I mean i didn't say like i did predict in college as usually ping was coming but there was nothing about china strategy even before him. That was super peaceful. I mean you had to want to believe that and you could see it in the literature and everything but you really want to believe that it was very very peaceful rise and now it's there was an option for that there was a more sort of liberal order. That could have happened. It was like fifty fifty. And now it's over and done with. I didn't realize that after the after the meeting in alaska they were selling t shirts in china that we're just like i mean basically you know they don't want to be told what to do so they have a very very anti western vibe now and i'm not i'm sure that's not everyone but it's a real. It's a real thing that's happening in china. And so they they just don't like the west getting involved and telling them what to do and she has done a really good job. The way mohammad bin salman and putin do it as well a basically whenever we say anything or whenever anything happens to china. They're just like well. This is the west and this is just a west manipulating us. So we want to do the stuff in hong kong hong kong as ours and this is just the west trying to get involved in intervene and it's like well no. You're changing every rule in hong kong to where there is no elections taken. All the books on democracy had libraries. And now you're changing the rule toward dissidents. You're going to be able to take them back to china and imprison them so. I mean this is just what's happening. Then everybody on these podcasts. These scholars of china are the kind of joke. It's a little sad about taiwan. They're like well. They haven't taken over taiwan yet. And you're like yet it's like it's impending like all you need to know about. China is three things number one on tiktok. You can't mission that. Tnn most square massacre so the people on tiktok call it the cinnamon square massacre. So they're using code words and posting tank man which is one of the biggest symbols of political freedom ever which most people in china probably have never seen. Because it's the press by the media. The second is that you can't buy a house in the us or if you can pay twenty percent over as whereas the housing inventory available hong kong yup houses for sale in hong kong houses present on each one of these things that people think is people. Think you can. You can go down a lot of different levels of research and it doesn't get much better like it's not like the theories get better so it's really important to think of china in the context of how we think about energy and this is what i liked but both these podcasts is both these scholars were explaining like especially elizabeth economy was that you can't have both i mean. She was very appreciative. Abidance policy so far on china. She liked all of it. Except she said you cannot dissect you cannot dissect climate policy in something else. It is no cable work with you on this book on this other stuff. Let's let's keep the climate thing going and work with you in this. You can't and i come back to this because we are getting. The world is getting eighty percent of their solar panels from china. We know that fifty percent of them are coming from xinjiang. We know the jong is. It's not just forced labor but we know these are probably concentration camps and lord only knows what else is going on there so this is a time for the world to wake up and say maybe we have to slow down on our imports of solar panels and already. I'm hearing people saying well. We're just gonna make sure they don't come from john like but european coming from china and they're doing this now it's either you got to stand up for and it's not the it's not the anti solar just like maybe take a pause on that and you pivot to win a little bit and you figure that out until you can figure it out like these are just going to be the natural things that happen as you're trying to end this trend energy transition. If you're trying to do that you're going to have to be conscientious. That if it's coming from china it's going to be dirty and dirty in a lot of different ways than just call and seeing all right so can we wanna. Us hearing on guessing. No okay segue all right. All right folks will bring her back to reality here. We go okay all right thing so it was two and a half hours. We both listen to it. Separately was pretty interesting. There's some sparks. There were some sparks. I mean it was. It was long winded. I thought the echoed a lot of the same things we heard in the i in in the you know the the hearing that they're not hearing but the the form that we both listen to on oil and gas leasing so this was a hearing and you had senator murkowski mentioned was chairing. You're right so he's cheering. He's seemed to play. Be playing both sides. You know like this. This is bad but the.

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"cinnamon square" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"cinnamon square" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"If you want a brother like you run your entire do being Ravens let him finish. Let him finish his start, Please. If you wouldn't mind, we're talking over each other. Go ahead, Professor. Sorry, Rock. If you're in Thailand, you think the left Much of the left Majesty. Laws You're not allowed to, you know itself the king. So I think that every single one of these countries Has its own unique idiosyncrasies. I also spent time in Thailand and you do not criticize the royal family ever right? Are you you will get a good kick in the bottom of the police. The tourist related. Let me ask, Let me ask this questions. The non political question. Um, Professor, you are familiar with China and you're familiar with the history of China and you're familiar with The tension points, including including Taiwan. Do you think that a test of the Biden administration would come quickly, or is it your sense that The Chinese government may want to give the Biden administration some breathing room to see how cooperative or how willing to engage in in in trade. Without no great questions. Am I If I'm not the position to advise the U. S administration, certainly not in a position to advise the Chinese, but I think that it's it's sort of like having a fight with your spouse, right that screaming, yelling at each other doesn't really accomplish much and some degree of cooling off. Probably isn't such a bad idea, especially if you want to keep your marriage happy. I think that some degree of cooling off about trade and about everything else would probably be a good idea. But Yeah, Things do get hot under the collar. Fortunately, uh, you know, both administrations have ah lot on their plate that they can focus on temporarily. Sure enough, Ron, thank you for your caller. You said you're a first time caller. Are you a regular listener up there? If you just found us up in Canada, I listen to you at night. Wb's that comes in at night. Only at night, Professor I was in was in Cinnamon Square. What happened 30 years ago. I was minding my first trips to China. It was very, very nasty. The part played like it was pretty sobering. Yeah, that was pretty so breakfast. Yes. Let the record reflect in the press professor does not have to comment on this is that no one to this day knows what happened to the young man who was standing in front of the tank. I didn't see him by Solomon. How's your? How's your Chinese Professor? Uh, I am could Thank you. I'm continuing to actively study it on. I still meet in our English Chinese language exchange. Almost weekly. Uh, to me. It's just you can ever learn enough on But I You know the other languages. I speak as well, You know, far be it for me to say I'm done. I'm fluent. You always learn something else about business or culture. It's after. I just think it's a great use of certainly my time. And I'd like to believe other people who I meet with frequently so It helps that you couldn't speak a few words. You're very welcome tonight. Thank you. Thank you home tonight actually think you can do more than speak a few words, but we'll leave that alone will come back at night Side five final news break here tonight, and we've had some interesting calls and we'll continue 617254 10 30 Triple 89 to 9. And 3rd 30 talking about China and the future relations between China and the United States going forward after Wednesday. Didn't nightside with.

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"cinnamon square" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"cinnamon square" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"On. That's what the cougar was doing. Cougar was an outline. Er, the gentleman away and Cougars. Donna should be relieved because Cougars do not stalk. When when you get hit by a cougar. You won't see it coming because I stayed in there sneaky, And when you get close enough, they pounce like that's her fear so Yeah, they won't stop you. There's they'll lay in the weeds and wait. But did you see this video, Kenny? Oh, yeah, It was terrifying. He follows them or the mom. Cougar follows. To do down the trail, and he's back and he's like, no, he's like trying. He's like, please, dude, please. No. Who tried to be what did you see it? I did see it. Yeah, and it's it is terrifying. Well, but I didn't know that until yesterday that that knucklehead Was. Ah, Let's take a selfie with the cab's I didn't know that that he walked by the Cubs. I didn't know he was taken pictures. Come on. Seriously. It's like without like a wildlife calendar. What? What? Right shots It'd put out a wildlife calendar. Lee's cubs, you know, And when I'm afraid for my life, the last thing I think of is getting it on tape. I have to admit a couple of times where I've had to go, okay? It's me or death right now. And I need to. I need to pull through this or I'm going to be dead and giving the camera out. Not a top priority. Survival that he did. Yeah. So what do you do? You're a country girl. What would you do? Would you feel yourself Because that's whenever the cougar ran away is when he started throwing rocks. The whole time. I was like, pick up Iraq like Yes, you can yell at it and be big, but you need to throw rocks at that thing. Yeah, the way it lunges at him. Oh, yeah, You're right. I don't know. I was thinking about taking my camera out. No. Yes, I'd probably start running the other direction. No, absolutely not. I'm all about Yeah, There's been what looks say There's been a few times in my life where I've been in a group, and somehow they manage to take their camera and capture the whole thing. And like, oh, that it even need even wasn't even a thought. In my mind. I was just so scared. What did you have? Yeah, guy. Here we go. Here we go, Cinnamon Square, and you know it's communist over there. So if you're a member of the fallen gong, which is, you know a different party. If you go out and start practicing this one guy, he all sudden He just takes a little backpack. He puts it on the ground. We're watching you. We hadn't been there. We just learned about the revolutions there. And this was a trip that I took in college. With my professor and a bunch of other students and We're just Oh, and this is back when you know film was filmed yet a goat. Take it to, you know, I was there over. Why? To k. You know what I was saying? Goodbye to my folks thinking. Okay, Well, this might be it. See you later. Luckily, that wasn't it. It was what an anticlimactic thing right? But, yeah. Anyway, we have the film and you had to put the film in cameras. Everything. This guy comes out. It puts a little backpack down, chases little flag out, start weaving it and doing this dance and chanting, and I remember just looking at him going. Whoa! What's going on there? Get out of nowhere. This minivan comes out on guys with no uniforms, just like regular do is come out. Pick the guy up thrown in the back of the mini van. With his little backpack, and then they drive away in this pit span of what maybe 40 seconds. People in my group took out their cameras and started photographing the entire thing. Understanding there. Stunned, just like did what? What Just happened here. Then? Of course that flagged us because you know we're off course American tourists, but also they had captured it all they police officers in uniform came over after Made them take out the film. Expose it to the sun. Oh, wow. Yeah, so that there was no evidence of this and then for the rest of the trip, which was a two week trip. There was always an officer following us the entire time Distance seven on some watch list or something afterward, but I just remember going You guys took pictures of that? How did you go? Hey, what'd you take That guy Were you filming taken? I mean, yeah. You know, it could definitely Yeah, it could be a whole sec. I might move in prison, Probably who knew? Ah, Lex would have a story connected to this that would have to do with team and square. I mean, Onley, Alexis and just never heard. I know we're running out of time here, but just quickly want to throw this out that Alexis was almost in an arranged marriage when she was 60, right? She told that story when you were gone. Six. What? To Jerry Lee Lewis? Yeah, it was actually lesson next. I got more information from my mom. I was actually 30. My God it to arrange us. We've got to talk about that. Okay? I have questions. Okay. Well, lack slack. Slack site. How dare you, Lex, How's dare you reveal this when I wasn't here? How lax How dare you? What? I've done a show with you for 13 years. I didn't know this 14 years. You never popped up. You're okay. Well, we're going to talk about this right now. Before we do that.

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"cinnamon square" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"cinnamon square" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"I was escorted to the door on. That's what the cougar was doing. The cougar was Kleiner Gentleman away and Cougars. Donna should be relieved because Cougars do not stalk. When when you get hit by a cougar. You won't see it coming because Wade and they're sneaky, And when you get close enough, they pounce like that's her fear, though. Yeah, they won't stop you hears they'll lay in the weeds and wait. But did you see this video, Kenny? Oh, yeah, it was terrifying follows him or the mom Cougar follows. To do down the trail, and he's back and he's like, no, he's like trying. He's like, please do, please No. Who are trying to be like you see it. I did see it. Yeah, and it is terrifying. Well, but I didn't know that until yesterday that that knucklehead It was. Ah, Let's take a selfie with the cab's I didn't know that that he walked by the Cubs. I didn't know he was taking measures. Come on. Seriously. It's like put out a wildlife calendar. You can What? What? Right shots. It'd put out a wildlife calendar. Lee's cubs, you know, And when I'm afraid for my life, the last thing I think of is getting it on tape. I have to admit a couple of times where I've had to go, okay? It's me or death right now, and I need to. I need to pull through this or I'm going to be dead. And we'll be getting the camera out. Not a top priority. Survival that he did. Yeah. So what would you do? You're a country girl. What would you do? Would you feel yourself Rock because that's whenever the cougar ran away is when he started throwing rocks. The whole time. I was like, pick up Iraq like yes, you can yell at it and be big, but you need to throw rocks at that thing. Yeah, the way it lunges at him. Oh, yeah, You're right. I don't know. I was thinking about taking my camera out. No. Yes, I'd probably start running the other direction. No, absolutely not. I'm all about Yeah, There's been what Lex? I would say. There's been a few times in my life where I've been in a group and somehow they manage to take their camera and capture the whole thing. And like, oh, that it even need even wasn't even a thought. In my mind. I was just so scared. What did you happen? Yeah, Guy. Here we go. Here we go, Cinnamon Square, and you know it's communist over there. So if you're a member of the fallen gong, which is, you know a different party. If you go out and start practicing this one guy, he all sudden He just takes a little backpack. He puts it on the ground were watching If we hadn't been there, we just learned about the revolutions there. And this was a trip that I took in college. With my professor and a bunch of other students and We're just Oh, and this is back when you know film was filmed yet a goat. Take it to, you know, I was there over. Why? To k. You know what I was saying? Goodbye to my folks thinking. Okay, Well, this might be it. See you later. Luckily, that wasn't it. It was what an anticlimactic thing right? But anyway, we have the film and you had to put the film in cameras. Everything and This guy comes out. It puts a little backpack down, taste a little flag out, starts waving it and doing this dance and chanting, and I remember just looking at him going. Whoa! What's going on there? Get out of nowhere. This minivan comes out on guys with no uniforms, just like regular do is come out. Pick the guy up, Throw him in the back of the mini van. With his little backpack, and then they drive away O in this pit span of what? Maybe 40 seconds. People in my group took out their cameras and started photographing the entire thing. I'm just standing there stunned. Just like did what? What Just happened here then? Of course that flagged us because you know we're off course American tourists, but also they had captured it all they police officers in uniform came over after Made them take out the film. Expose it to the sun. Oh, wow. Yeah, so that there was no evidence of this and then for the rest of the trip, which was a two week trip. There was always an officer following us the entire time from a distance seven on some watch list or something afterward, but I just remember going You guys took pictures of that? How do you did you go? Hey, What'd you take That guy Were you filming taken? I mean, yeah. You know, it could definitely Yeah. It could be a whole sick I might move in prison, Probably who knew? Ah, Lex would have a story connected to this that would have to do with team and square. I mean, Onley Alexis just never heard. I know we're running out of time here, but just quickly want to throw this out that Alexis was almost in an arranged marriage when she was 60, right? She told that story when you were gone. Six. What? To Jerry Lee Lewis? Yeah, it was actually lesson next. I got more information from my mom. I was actually 30. My God wanted to arrange us. We've got to talk about that. Okay? I have questions. Okay. Lax, Lax, Lax? I How dare you, Lex? How's dare you reveal this when I wasn't here lacks. How dare you? What? I've done a show with you for 13 years. I didn't know this 14 years. You never popped up. You're okay. Well, we're going to talk about this right now. Before we do that October is.

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"cinnamon square" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"cinnamon square" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"The door on. That's what the Cougar was doing. Cougar was an outline of the gentleman away and Cougars. Donna should be relieved because Cougars do not stalk. When when you get hit by a cougar. You won't see it coming because they're sneaky, And when you get close enough, they pounce like that's her fear so Yeah, they won't stop you hears they'll lay in the weeds and wait. But did you see this video, Kenny? Oh, yeah, It was terrifying. He follows them or the mom. Cougar follows. To do down the trail, and he's back and he's like, no, he's like trying. He's like, please, dude, please. No. Who did you see it? I did see it. Yeah, and it is terrifying. Well, but I didn't know that until yesterday that that knucklehead Was. Ah, Let's take a selfie with the cab's I didn't know that that he walked by the Cubs. I didn't know he was taking measures. Come on. Seriously. It's like without like a wild like calendar. You can What? What? Right shots. It'd put out a wildlife calendar. Lee's cubs, you know, And when I'm afraid for my life, the last thing I think of is getting it on tape. I have to admit a couple of times where I've had to go, okay. It's me or death right now. And I need to. I need to pull through this or I'm going to be dead. And they give you the camera out. Not a top priority. Survival that he did. Yeah. So what do you do? You're a country girl. What would you do? Would you feel yourself Rock because that's whenever the cougar ran away is when he started throwing rocks. The whole time. I was like, pick up Iraq like Yes, you can yell at it and be big, but you need to throw rocks at that thing. Yeah, the way it lunges at him. Oh, yeah, You're right. I don't know. I was thinking about taking my camera out. No. Yes, I'd probably start running the other direction. No, absolutely not. I'm all about Yeah, There's been what looks say There's been a few times in my life where I've been in a group, and somehow they manage to take their camera and capture the whole thing. And like, oh, that it even need even wasn't even a thought. In my mind. I was just so scared. What did you happen? Yeah, Guy. Here we go. Here we go, Cinnamon Square, and you know it's communists over there. So if you're a member of the fallen gong, which is, you know a different party. If you go out and start practicing this one guy, he all sudden He just takes a little backpack. He puts it on the ground. We're watching it. We hadn't been there. We just learned about the revolutions there. And this was a trip that I took in college. With my professor and a bunch of other students and We're just Oh, and this is back when you know film was filmed yet a goat. Take it to, you know, I was there over. Why? To k. You know what I was saying? Goodbye to my folks thinking. Okay, Well, this might be it. See you later. Luckily, that wasn't it. It was what an anticlimactic thing right? But anyway, we had the film and you had to put the film in cameras. Everything and This guy comes out. It puts a little backpack down, chases little flag out, start weaving it and doing this dance and chanting, and I remember just looking at him going. Whoa! What's going on there? Get out of nowhere. This minivan comes out on guys with no uniforms, just like regular do is come out. Pick the guy up thrown in the back of the mini van. With his little backpack, and then they drive away in this pit span of what maybe 40 seconds. People in my group took out their cameras and started photographing the entire thing. I'm just standing there. Stunned, Just like did what? What Just happened here then? Of course that flagged us because you know we're off course American tourists, but also they had captured it all they police officers in uniform came over after Made them take out the film. Expose it to the sun. Oh, wow. Yeah, so that there was no evidence of this and then for the rest of the trip, which was a two week trip. There was always an officer following us the entire time from a distance, even on some watch list or something afterward, But I just remember going You guys took pictures of that? How did you go? Hey, Where'd you take that guy? Were you filming taken? I mean, yeah. You know, it could definitely Yeah. It could be a whole sick I might move in prison, Probably who knew? Ah, Lex would have a story connected to this that would have to do with team and square. I mean, Onley Alexis just never heard. I know we're running out of time here, but just quickly want to throw this out that Alexis was almost in an arranged marriage when she was 60, right? She told that story when you were gone. Six. What? To Jerry Lee Lewis? Yeah, it was actually lesson next. I got more information from my mom. I was actually 30. My God wanted to arrange us. We've got to talk about that. Okay? I have questions. Okay. Well, lack slack. Slack site. How dare you, Lex, How's dare you reveal this when I wasn't here? How lax? How dare? Yeah. I've done a show with you for 13 years. I didn't know this 14 years. You never popped up. You're okay. Well, we're going to talk about this right now..

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"cinnamon square" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"cinnamon square" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"It's like, put out a wildlife calendar. You can. What? What? Right shots. It'd put out a wildlife calendar. Lee's cops, you know, And when I'm afraid for my life, the last thing I think of is getting it on tape. I have to admit a couple of times where I've had to go, okay? It's me or death right now. And I need to. I need to pull through this or I'm going to be dead. And we'll be getting the camera out. Not a priority. Survival that he did. Yeah. So what would you do? You're a country girl. What would you do? Would you feel yourself Rock because that's whenever the cougar ran away is when he started throwing rocks. Was the whole time. I was like, pick up Iraq like Yes, you can yell at it and be big, but you need to throw rocks at that thing. Yeah, the way it lunges at I'm Oh, yeah, You're right. I don't know. I was thinking about taking my camera out. No. Yes, I'd probably start running the other direction. No, absolutely not. I'm all about Yeah, There's been what looks say There's been a few times in my life where I've been in a group, and somehow they manage to take their camera and capture the whole thing. And like, oh, that it even need even wasn't even a thought. In my mind. I was just so scared. What did you have? Yeah, guy. Here we go. Here we go. Cinnamon Square, Okay. And you know it's Communists over there. So if you're a member of the fallen gong, which is, you know a different party. If you go out and start practicing this one guy, he all sudden He just takes a little backpack. He puts it on the ground were watching If we hadn't been there, we just learned about the revolutions there. And this was a trip that I took in college. With my professor and a bunch of other students and We're just Oh, and this is back when you know film was filmed yet to go to take it too. You know, I was there over. Why to k. You know what I was saying? Goodbye to my folks thinking. Okay, Well, this might be it. See you later. Luckily, that wasn't it. It was what an anticlimactic thing right But anyway, we had the film and you had to put the film in cameras. Everything. This guy comes out. It puts a little backpack down tasty little flag out, starts waving it and doing this dance and chanting, and I remember just looking at him going. Whoa! What's going on there? Get out of nowhere. This minivan comes out on guys with no uniforms, just like regular do is come out. Pick the guy up thrown in the back of the mini van. With his little backpack, and then they drive away in this pit span of what maybe 40 seconds. People in my group took out their cameras and started photographing the entire thing. I'm just standing there Stunned, Just like did what? What Just happened here? Then, of course that flagged us because you know we're off course American tourists, but also they had captured it all they police officers in uniform came over after Made them take out the film. Expose it to the sun. Oh, wow. Yeah, so that there was no evidence of this and then for the rest of the trip, which was a two week trip. There was always an officer following us the entire time from a distance seven on some watch list or something afterward, but I just remember going You guys took pictures of that? How do you do you? Did you go? Hey, Where'd you take that guy? Were you filming taken? I mean, yeah. You know, it could definitely. Yeah. It could be a whole sec. I might move in prison, Probably who knew? Ah, Lex would have a story connected to this that would have to do with team and square. I mean, Onley Alexis, just you've ever heard. I know we're running out of time here, but just quickly want to throw this out that Alexis was almost in an arranged marriage when she was six. Oh, right. Yeah. She told that story when you were gone six. What? To Jerry Lee Lewis? It was actually lesson next. I got more information from my mom. I was actually three. Oh, my God it to arrange us. We've got to talk about that. Okay? I have questions. Okay. Well, let's take a break. Black slacks, black site. How dare you, Lex? How's dare you reveal this when I wasn't here? How? Lex, How dare you? What? I've done a show with you for 13 years. I didn't know this 14 years never popped up. You're right. OK, well, we're going to talk about this right now. Before we do that October is breast cancer. Awareness month brought to you by Southern Lights and Dr Leese of Wise at a cosmetic surgery and spot get all a great resource is on our website. Keyword awareness might talk with a 71 dot com boom back with arranged marriages after this My talk 1071. Are you pregnant or trying to get pregnant? My name's Dr Amy from how foundations burst center and the mom show heard on Sundays at 10 A.m.. I've worked with thousands of pregnant women and women are always surprised to learn that they have so many choices in their pregnancy and the way they give birth..

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"cinnamon square" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

11:25 min | 2 years ago

"cinnamon square" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Get mortgage and now back to okay so I think that's a perfect segue then when it comes to having an honest discussion about what's happening in Contemporary Society you've been one of the most outspoken brexit supporters one of the people that I think is kind of giving it intellectual backing so we touch on this a little bit two years ago so it's hard to believe this is still being being discussed but for the layman who knows nothing about brexit what was brexit about. Let's just do that in two or three minutes and then we'll get caught up to where we're at now yes so in my view brexit. This is the most important political issue in the Western world. What happened is in June two thousand and sixteen which is long ago now seventeen? It's it's crazy. Seventeen point four million British people voted to leave the European Union. That's the largest block of voters in the history of the United Kingdom that many people have never voted for anything so they voted to we includes me seventeen point four million people voted to leave the European Union because the European Union is an anti-democratic technocratic bureaucratic illiberal. PC institution which just drains the life out out of democracy and freedom of speech all these other key issues so we were right. I believe to oppose your opinion. So we voted against the the idea it was that we would have this referendum and whatever we decided would be acted upon we were told that again and again and again by David Cameron who was then the prime minister three plus plus years later we're still in the European Union. We haven't left and it looks increasingly like we won't leave so there is now talk of having a second referendum. There is now talk of simply overriding the vote. There is now talk of parliament using its power to deprive the public of the thing that they voted for and simply plea preventing it from happening. I think if that happens it will be it will be an apple. It will be a really key event in the history of of Britain because what it will say is that we are no longer really a democratic nation. We are no longer really a democracy. We're no longer a nation that take seriously ordinary people I think so I think a lot of people across the Western world really should be keeping a close eye on brexit because if Brexit doesn't happen than the whole nature of democracy the whole democratic era which has existed for a few hundred years we'll be called into question because basically at that point plenty of other western leaders who might have some Teheran tendancies might go. Well Guess. It doesn't really matter if I win or lose an election because look what happened over there delay delay delay log enough until the people neither start flipping where we can make up enough lies or demonize enough people then that's right congrats to me. I'm still in power. That's right and you know a lot of people use to look to the United Kingdom for a democratic example and I was thinking about this recent. It was recently the thirtieth anniversary of the Cinnamon Square massacre when you had hundreds hundreds of thousands of Chinese citizens on the streets of Beijing and across China demanding democratic rights demanding the right to freedom demanding the right to choose bad bad government a very basic right that people you and I take for granted which people in China don't have and when that massacre happened thirty years ago in one thousand nine thousand nine British Democrats British liberals British humanists were talking about it all the time they were fully in favor of these people who are struggling for the right the democracy to for the right to a democratic say in their lives and in their communities on the thirtieth anniversary however there was a real sense of silence the lot of British liberals who would normally have made a big fuss about the Tiananmen Square massacre and the and the authoritarianism of the Chinese gene didn't say anything and I was thinking about by this and I thought okay this makes sense. It's because you are now on the same side as the Chinese regime and that's not to say you're going to drive tanks into trial square like the Chinese Chinese regime did into Tiananmen Square and massacre people or kill people but you on the same side in the sense that you think democracy is overrated. You think people shouldn't have free fair say in how their community or society is organized and I thought that silence is I think you'll point is absolutely right right there are so many people around the world who looked to the UK and to other Western nations America to for an example off people having a real say in how their lighter organized who now will no longer do that and you have foreign regimes around the world who will look at the way really right and and they'll see that there are members of parliament and government officials who are hell bent on over riding the largest democratic vote in the history three of our country and those regimes will say. Let's do the same thing so let's just break down a little of the chronology of this whole thing so so the vote is about two years ago in the June of two thousand six hundred twenty six yeah and then how soon were supposed to be in motion straightaway it was supposed to happen very very quickly and David Cameron who was Prime Minister and George Osborne who was the chancellor of the executive. He was the in charge of the economy. These these two figures who were the leading figures in the United Kingdom argued that it would happen straight away we will listen to you. We will act upon what you say okay. We will do it right off the bat so everyone was expecting that would happen. In a matter of weeks or months and people went to the ballot box with that view in in mind they thought right this is the this is the first election in which I'm not simply being asked to choose between party who will run the country. We're all ask that in every single election we take part in. This was a different election. This was an election in which we were being asked to decide the political makeup of the nation the constitutional channel nature of the nation's. Should we be entangled with the European Union or should we be completely independent of it so a lot of voters. I spoke to said that this is the first time they felt that the vote had real consequence and change the country entirely so people relish the opportunity voter turnout went up enormously. It was seventy two percent. Normally it's around sixty percent so there was a huge rise in but turnout especially in working class areas and poor areas where people don't normally vote and people came out in the millions and said let's leave the European Union and they expected it would happen very quickly more than three years later. It's still what happened that caused the pause the delay and now the possible reversal of this entire well the the the key issue is the the political class doesn't want to leave the European Union I mean this is the great tension in the United Kingdom the moment and I think is actually reflected acted in American politics to a certain extent to and across Europe in fact as well in the UK a majority of voters want to leave the your opinion but a majority of the political class doesn't and that's the key tension say for example fifty two percent of people voted to leave the European. That's the majority majority seventeen and a half million but in the political class seventy percent of members of parliament voted to stay in the European Union with the Labor Party not which is all version of the Democrat Party. It was ninety five percent ninety five percent of labor. MP's voted to stay in the European Union. Yeah I mean that is how utterly disconnected the supposedly left wing party is from public sentiment is simply extraordinary that ninety five percent of Labor Abra. MP's as against just forty eight percent of the public voted to stay in the European Union so we have this difficult historically unprecedented situation where the people want one thing and the political class one another and the great unfortunate the thing is that the political class is getting its way so okay so I think the average person listening to this at least from an American Lens we go well. Wait a minute. We have elections and PAT PAT her. What the result is incumbents? Get booted and they gotta go. We bring in this guy this whole thing abbots they keep telling us that trump's never going to leave office but in many ways you will yeah except this election okay all that to what actually is happening. I mean are they literally. Just that that percentage that seventy percent said they're just saying we're not going to put the processes in motion that would allow for we're just so they're not denying that they're denying the will of the People Patrick asking right or are they or they're saying you were tricked right doesn't that you were tricked into voting for this and we're doing better for that's the key thing so so they would never never openly say we hate the will of the people you think you're all idiots and we're just going to ignore you got a little better right so they they put a spin on it they put they put a kind kind of pc gloss on the fact that they are actually undermining the democratic process so what they say is we were tricked. We rely too. We're all bunch of idiots. It's we're racist. Xenophobic the phrase they use his low information you are which is a fancy phrase for stupid but but that's what they say you'll low information. You didn't have all the information you didn't understand the consequences of leaving the European Union educated enough you knots which on enough you you know. Even people like Richard Dawkins have been saying it was wrong and stupid to entrust such big political decision to ordinary people because because they think we are inferior to his tweet on that it's me but it's such an important moment because I think it really sums up where politics is going where politically correct act politics is politics going because what is doing. It's creating this almost this neo aristocracy where you have this layer of people who think they I know better than us. They know how you should speak in Asia how you should behave and how you should think and they are superior to us that they are educated. They went to the right universities. They have the right attitudes and then down here. There are the kind of the throng the masses the idiots who don't speak in the right way who don't have the right attitudes who aren't Pete Heat sufficiently. PC who aren't sufficiently woke and they can be bossed around they can be ignored. They can be told what to do told what to think so I think actually that the a war against brexit which is fundamentally a war against democracy actually speaks to the political culture off the Western world more broadly where you have this the creation of this to tip political system where the top you have the switched on elites who think they know better than the rest the bus and they have no concern at all about bossing US around and censoring us and demonizing US and telling us we're stupid and blocking king the things that we vote for so I think at the heart of Brexit what we can see is is the elites war against supposedly deplorable.

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Hong Kong’s Chief Executive is disheartened, but no successor in sight

Pat Gray Unleashed

01:23 min | 2 years ago

Hong Kong’s Chief Executive is disheartened, but no successor in sight

"Do they call the leader of hong kong. She's like the chairman or something of hong kong. That would be appropriate. She's cutting by the chinese right yeah and perot chairman chief executive executive chief executive harry lamb that that shows you the mindset that yes this is. Our capitalist area appointed by share in the the c._e._o. Of hong kong that's pretty interesting anyway. She was appointed by the chinese government. She's loyal to china yep and she's telling people in in private meetings that hey. I wish i would quit if i could i can't i don't have that option what you don't have that option so the chinese government is not allowing her to quit that will we're to believe i guess and she said she has very very very limited options right now. She does now that she does yeah she. It's all being controlled by the chinese government and it's it's just absolutely astounding to me that the people of hong kong have kept this going for so long and they're getting bolder every week. It's a little frightening because they are getting you know. Violent and violence is going to be met with violence and it has been just so. It's getting kind of ugly. You just feel like a tiananmen cinnamon square. Moment is coming where you

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"cinnamon square" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:21 min | 3 years ago

"cinnamon square" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I'm John that's with garden Chang Hong Kong Hong Kong in the news and the future is extremely cloudy item as a fog of war but at this point it's fogged failed diplomacy mark Clifford former editor of the South China morning post as travelling long time resident of Hong Kong we've depended upon marks reports these many months scored months yes months as we've watched Hong Kong to terror Hong Kong is fine the people are five watts failed is the lack of democracy and responsiveness there is no accountability when you do not have an elected official Carrie lam the putative leader of Hong Kong is entirely a creature of the Central Committee is that correct yeah she was she was elected by what's called the election committee one thousand two hundred people who were basically selected by Beijing so lamb is C. jumping's choice and the question is what what what is to be done so we ask mark this market very good morning to you the wallstreet journal's editorial within these hours has this formula if she follows through on his threat and it is a threat to use the bully boys against the civilians in Hong Kong if you follow us around threat forget the trade deal does that sound right to you as a resident of Hong Kong good morning here good morning good evening I think you saw it comes to it and people's Liberation Army soldiers let alone tanks coming in and injure or kill Hong Kong people perfect all bets are off as far as Hong Kong and of course China are concerned Beijing wants to avoid that because they are still living under the stain of the legitimacy as a result of the June fourth nineteen eighty nine killing six cinnamon square that's thirty years ago if they do the same thing or something similar in Hong Kong and it's you know we're different world of social media live stream that sector then you know look in another thirty years I mean sure China has been can been completely out in the cold but this would be a huge setback to them so it's an interesting situation it's the most powerful dictatorship in the world and yet they can't move back against this little city of seven a half million people they are severely constrained they could move they've been putting out lots of sitting signals that they're ready to move they don't want to move yeah you you sent tanks in the streets this is a city that just had two million people protest gonna run over two million people Hey mark there been I guess in the last week three important announcements from Beijing all sounding dire and yet to be you know you don't see the people's Liberation Army or the people's armed police on the streets in Hong Kong are they bluffing do they really mean what they say where does this go thank you this is this is a great question they are they they mean what they say if push comes to shove and they thought the communist party's existence were threatened they would do anything we saw that nineteen eighty nine for them the the lesson of this the collapse of the Soviet Union in corporate child with that they weren't tough enough that the the Soviet communists were not ready to pull the trigger against their own people but they would do it and they want us they want us in Hong Kong to believe and know that they will do it they don't want to do it it would destroy you know would destroy Hong Kong to see which as John said he would I think put an end to this the journalists and to the trade deal but I would put it into a lot more than that and put an end to any illusions that China is being peaceful are rising Chinese can be peacefully integrated into the world order just in case anyone had any illusions left the journal reports tonight that businesses are damaged specially the hoteliers act Cathay Pacific the incoming airport and the retail business is off a certain percentage Hong Kong is a prosperous place is that a blow to Hong Kong Canada absorbed by a falling away unemployment disorder well you have to put in the context of extremely strong economic performance for the last decade we were barely touched by the Asian financial crisis it's been almost twenty years since there was any kind of economic downturn there's no one employment in Hong Kong so yes the economy is weakening as a result of both of the political situation as well as the broader macro environment in the some of the issues to your previous the guilt person discussed are so easy I think if people in Hong Kong it's not like people are out in the street you're on bread lines or something like that yeah the economy's dipped a little bit but I think that most people here and I'm not trying to dismiss the concerns of of retailers and others but most people in Hong Kong are are on for now thinking this is a pretty small small price to pay given what's at stake politically in terms of their freedom more on Monday the day the general strike Carrie lam the chief executive gave a press conference and she was flanked by eight ministers she seemed to be tone deaf if she were trying to calm down the city instead it sounded like she was had an audience of one see Jim paying in Beijing how did you read her words yeah I mean it was absolutely incredible I I was in Hong Kong action was lucky enough to get a flight out that night previous scheduled trip that wasn't fleeing the city but like I left later that day but it was incredible I just talking to friends in just a random people Hong Kong people in there just in sentence it just seems to make people even angrier as you say it's completely tone deaf and I got I just got a note from a friend in the state you said Beijing cannot give in to some of the demands of Hong Kong I'm just stating the facts that's nonsense I mean the cortical demands of Hong Kong people are as John pointed out before to elect the mayor and city council I mean pretty small bore stuff to have an inquiry into some of the violence is taking place and to formally withdraw this bill they put two million people on the streets it's pretty you know in any normal democratic prosperous society you know this could hardly have been an issue but as you said shes either incredibly tone deaf or she only cares about her audience of one or do you have a few people around Shijing came in probably a mixture of both I mean she actually also Gordon says you'll know she made this incredible statements she admitted seen basic in the last couple months because her her people have told me that it's not safe to even meet small selected groups behind closed doors because our personal safety is at risk in effect that's a pretty incredible statement if that's true their own security people couldn't protector in a closed door meeting and our office which is effectively she said she scared she is so out of touch with the reality of the other seven and a half million people in Hong Kong which is nowhere to turn marks of her is a former editor of the South China morning post Gordon Chang.

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"cinnamon square" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"cinnamon square" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"You go to a county fair. I'm Christopher cruise. And I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters as we've been reporting the Hong Kong government is backing down on China backed extradition Bill that has triggered mass protests, chief executive Carrie Lam announced the decision to suspend consideration of the Bill at a press conference. In Hong Kong, she added she would not retract the Bill, but will work on improving and building popular. Support for the measure vice President Mike Pence was set to deliver a speech critical of China's human rights record on June fourth that was the anniversary of the cinnamon square massacre, that isn't tell Donald Trump stepped in Bloomberg has learned from several people familiar with the matter that the president delayed the speech to avoid upsetting Beijing ahead of a potential meeting with Chinese president Xi Jinping at the group of twenty meeting in Japan at the end of this month. Chewy which is controlled by PetSmart surged in its first day of trading up fifty nine percent. The story from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett. It raised one point two billion dollars in its initial public offering as investors bet that pet owners will do more of their shopping online for everything from cat food to doggy sweaters. Choose shares did rises much as eighty eight percent in their first hour of trading PetSmart acquired chewy and 2017 paying about three billion dollars for the company last year. Petsmart peg the value of chewy at four point four five billion dollars in private documents shared with investors, according to people with knowledge of those documents, Charlie Pellett. Bloomberg radio, Ivanka Trump took in nearly four million dollars in revenue last year from her part ownership of president Donald Trump's Washington hotel that's up slightly from year earlier financial disclosure released by the White House. Yesterday also shows her fashion business took in at least one million dollars..

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"cinnamon square" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"cinnamon square" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters. The Hong Kong government is backing down on China backed extradition, Bill at has triggered mass protests in Hong Kong, chief, executive Carrie Lam announced the decision to suspend consideration of the Bill at a press conference in Hong Kong, adding that she would not retract the Bill, but will work on improving and building popular. Support for the measure vice President Mike Pence was set to deliver a speech critical of China's human rights record on June fourth that was the anniversary of the cinnamon square massacre, that is until Donald Trump stepped in Bloomberg has learned from several people familiar with the matter that the president delayed the speech to avoid upsetting Beijing ahead of a potential meeting with Chinese president Xi Jinping at the group of twenty meeting in Japan at the end of this month. Chewy which is controlled by PetSmart surged in its first day of trading up fifty nine percent. The story from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett. It raised one point two billion dollars in its initial public offering investors bet that pet owners will do more of their shopping online for everything from cat food to doggy sweaters. Choose shares did rise as much as eighty eight percent in their first hour of trading PetSmart acquired chewy and 2017 paying about three billion dollars for the company last year. Petsmart peg the value of chewy at four point four five billion dollars in private documents, share with investors, according to people with knowledge of those documents, Charlie Pellett. Bloomberg radio, Ivanka Trump took in nearly four million dollars in revenue last year from her part ownership of president Donald Trump's Washington hotel that's up slightly from year earlier financial disclosure released by the White House. Yesterday also shows her fashion business took in at least one million dollars. That was down from at least five million the previous year. Global news twenty four hours a day on air, and it ticked up on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg. You're.

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"cinnamon square" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"cinnamon square" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Should have metal detector doors. They should have security guards on our interest is, I would be more than happy to go through a search every single day. If it kept from this. Ever happening again. Police killed the gunman in a shootout. His motive remains unknown. Bobby Allen, NPR news. Virginia Beach, President Trump waiting into British politics, head of his state, visit that begins tomorrow in a newspaper interview, he's advised a u k to walk away from the European Union, if it can't get the deal at once NPR's Frank Langfitt reports from London, breaking with political convention, as he routinely. Does Trump advise the UK not to pay the nearly fifty billion dollar divorce Bill unless Brussels meets Britain's demands, which seems highly unlikely, Trump also suggesting controversial Brexit party leader, Nigel Farage, should help negotiations with Brussels, even though Farraj is not even a member of the British parliament, Trump's comments came in an interview with the Sunday Times of London in another interview with the sun tabloid Trump called former foreign secretary Boris Johnson, an excellent candidate to replace outgoing Prime Minister Theresa may Trump is expected to face huge protests in London, including a return of a blimp depicting Trump as. Crying baby in a diaper. Frank Langfitt, NPR news. London. China's defense minister has made a rare acknowledgement of the violent repression of the pro democracy protests in Beijing's Tiananmen Square thirty years ago. The BBC's Celia Hatton reports said he said, the crackdown was justified by what's developed since then this is the topic that is almost completely taboo inside China. You won't read about it on the Chinese Internet. You won't hear people speaking about it. Very, very rarely definitely not in public. A so for China's top general, it's defense minister to go on a public stage to take question and not too bad it away, but to give an account of the government's viewpoint to say that it's actions that day ordering Chinese troops to kill hundreds possibly into the thousands of students around cinnamon square to say that because of that China's enjoyed stability and development, it really is a very rare acknowledgement of the BBC's Celia Hatton reporting. And you're listening to NPR news. Secretary of state. Mike Pompeo says the Trump administration is willing to talk with Iran with no preconditions, but he says the US will continue its pressure campaign, Pompeo since Switzerland for talks focusing on Iran Iran's, president suggested yesterday that Tehran may be willing to talk but will not be bullied in Venice Italy, a cruise ship has collided with a riverboat carrying tourists. Christopher say reports at several people have been injured cell phone footage, captured the.

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"cinnamon square" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"cinnamon square" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"You have been listening to the twenty nineteen Leon Panetta lecture series on ninety point three k as e you Pacific grove this year the series looks at checks and balances will our democracy survive. Tune in for the next lecture on Monday may twenty seventh at seven PM. The focus will be what was the hope of our forefathers has it worked. We now. Join the BBC already in progress. Verse economical back to try and they're still nervous. In means that there's a whole course notice thirty years after the events of cinnamon square, you had three vets of the protests. The short young a won't CHA and one dumb speaking to the BBC's Mike Thompson looking back thirty is. It's quite a year of anniversaries in China because it seventy years since the founding of the People's Republic by mouth at OBT is going to be celebrated with bells whistles a little bit later. We'll sixty years since the Tibetan uprising against Chinese rule that isn't going to be mentioned and one hundred years since the popular demonstrations and under the may the full movement a previous Channon, Minnesota's you could look at it that way, so quite a gif anniversaries auspicious or otherwise. Distribution of the BBC.

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"cinnamon square" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"cinnamon square" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Until twenty thirty. I'm Christopher cruise. And I'm Susanna. Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters in line Musk's war with tesla shortsellers getting weirder. The electric carmaker claims, a California man who had says is part of an online group of shortsellers has been stalking. Its Fremont factory and harassing employees injuring tesla security guard. Tesla persuaded to state court judge on Friday to issue a temporary restraining order requiring the men to stay at least one hundred yards away from its factory and employees step down or be removed from office. Those are the options for UK Prime Minister Theresa may. According to a report in the Sunday Times. The report says the head of the influential nineteen twenty two committee of conservative party, lawmakers angry over her handling of Brexit will tell may that she has to step down by the end of June or they will change the party's leadership rules to oust her the committee meets this Tuesday. Like a camera says it has nothing to do with the promotional video that prompted a backlash against the company in China this for partially focusing on the nineteen Eighty-nine cinnamon square pro democracy, protests, the video celebrates western photographers, documenting conflicts in foreign countries with like cameras its main thread follows a photographer who captured the iconic image known as tank man of the loan. Chinese protestors standing in front of a line of army tanks in Beijing. China has scrubbed information about the protests from the country's official history. A flood of earnings reports will be released this week from some of the most closely watched companies they include Microsoft, Intel Tesla's, Starbucks, Chevron visa, Proctor and gamble AT and T and Comcast global news twenty four hours a day on air and ticked up on Twitter. Powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg politics..

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"cinnamon square" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"cinnamon square" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"At Saint Peter's Square at the Vatican. On more than two thousand people marked the twentieth. Anniversary of the massacre of Columbine high at Columbine high school at a park in Littleton, Colorado, yesterday, a former marine suspected of involvement in an attack on North Korea's embassy in Madrid in February has been arrested and charged in Los Angeles. Christopher on was charged Friday, but charges are not yet clear on Christopher cruise. And I'm Susanna. Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters in line Musk's war with tesla shortsellers is getting weirder. The electric carmaker claims, a California man who had says is part of an online group of shortsellers has been stalking. Its Fremont factory and harassing employees injuring tesla security guard. Tesla persuaded to state court judge on Friday to issue a temporary restraining order requiring the men to stay at least one hundred yards away from its factory and employees step down or be removed from office. Those are the options for UK Prime Minister Theresa may. According to a report in the Sunday Times. The report says the head of the influential nineteen twenty two committee of conservative party, lawmakers angry over her handling of Brexit will tell me that she has to step down by the end of June or they will change the party's leadership rules to oust her. The committee meets this Tuesday. Like a camera says it has nothing to do with promotional video that prompted a backlash against the company in China this for partially focusing on the nineteen Eighty-nine cinnamon square pro democracy, protests, the video celebrates western photographers, documenting conflicts in foreign countries with like cameras its main thread follows up Taga for who captured the iconic image known as tank man of the loan. Chinese protestors standing in front of a line of army tanks in Beijing. China has scrubbed information about the protests from the country's official history. A flood of earnings reports will be released this week from some of the most closely watched companies they include Microsoft, Intel Tesla's, Starbucks, Chevron visa, Proctor and gamble AT and T and Comcast global news twenty four hours a day on air and it ticked up on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and. Analysts in one hundred twenty countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg..

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