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Kings use 3-goal second period to power past Islanders 3-2
"The king scored three goals in the second and it was all they'd need in a three two win over the islanders. LA controlled most of the play in the first and finally got on the board with a Philip danault goal 6 40 into the second and that broke the seal, Arthur Callie F scored about a minute and a half later, then gave villardi scored again four minutes after that. New York cut the lead to three two in the third, but unlike their last game against New Jersey, the kings held on. Dano says building a big lead was huge. Especially on the back to back to where you want to get going right away in kafur as many goals you can right away. The wind gave the king's points in 7 of their last 8. Wally geiss, elmont, New York
Bloomberg Radio New York
"dano" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Sports now with Bloomberg's Dan Schwartzman. Well, Dano Real Madrid appears to be the real deal for a soccer star, huh? Yeah, absolutely. Now here's the thing though, you know, all this Saudi money going to soccer, you think more than just Cristiano Ronaldo's gonna be taking that money. Yeah, but he's choose to stay, is that right? Yeah, that's right. This is a big one. Karim Benzema green to a new contract with the La Liga giants despite interest shown by Saudi Arabian club Al nasr, who recently signed Christian Ronaldo to a record breaking deal anywhere from 75 to €200 million per year. The 2022 Ballon d'Or winners reportedly set on finishing his career with the club, he has been a part of since coming over from Leon. I was in 2009. Australian open underway in Melbourne, top CDC moving on in trade sets in advance into the second round over Julie niemeyer of the noodles advancing include Tennessee to Madison keys and 20 seconds into the kina. In the men draw 13 seats stephanos tissue, advances in trade sets as does 7 sea Daniel Medvedev and 11 seated Cameron nori while sexy Felix OJ alia Simon needs four sets to move on. The final wild card matches the NFL, playoffs kicking off next hour, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers hosting the Dallas Cowboys, Tampa, has 8 and 9 during the regular season while the cowboys went 12 and 5. The winner will head to San Francisco to play the forty-niners in the visual round to the postseason. University of Michigan head football coach Jim Harbaugh will return to our director talking with NFL teams regarding their head coaching vacancies. Our ball led the wolverines to the console playoffs before losing the semifinals to TCU. And the enforcement that
Decentraland MANA Sheds 90 In 2022 Despite Solid NFT Volume Performance
"10 a.m. Sunday January 1st, 2023. Decentral and mana sheds 90 in 2022 despite solid NFT volume performance. Decentral and mana, the cryptocurrency launched in 2020 by aerial malek and Esteban or Dano, failed to take advantage of some of the positive developments that happened within its ecosystem this year as it closes 2022 in a beaten state. Over the last 12 months, the digital coin has shed 91 of its value, failing to recover from the massive price dumps it experienced triggered by the a series of unfortunate events that plagued the crypto space and the growing uncertainty in the market. According to latest tracking from Coen gecko, at the time of writing, the digital token is changing hands at 0.2941 and has lost 10.3 of its value during the past 7 days. The last 30 days have been rocky for decentral land as well, as the altcoin ended up depreciating in value by 27.3. This really is unfortunate, considering the crypto's ecosystem has been making impressive progress in the NFT realm. Related reading is polkadot DOT a must have for your 2023 portfolio decentralized for 40 growth invented NFTs the metaverse based gaming platform seemed to have focused most of its attention to the non fungible token NFT space this year, as evidenced by its incredible performance pertaining to the industry. In its yearend performance report, decentral and disclosed that for the year 2022, there were 2.7 million unique NFTs that have been released on its platform. With such a figure on a year over year basis, the project enjoyed a 440 increase in the volume of NFT assets minted on its network. Decentralized was also proud to announce that it will end 2022 with a unique active user count of 1 million after a tally to 13 jump in that particular department over the last 12 months. Moreover, the project also managed to grow its sales volume by 510 during the same time period after it sold 143,900 wearable NFTs. However, even with this supportive showing, decentralized mana failed to catch a break from its bearish streak. Related reading Solana continues its freefall will the SUD ever stop crypto total market cap at 755 billion on the daily chart chart trading view dot com what mana holders can expect in 2023 there's a bit of good news for holders of the decentraland altcoin as coincidence predicts a possible increase in value in the coming days. According to the online cryptocurrency information provider, over the next 5 days, the digital assets trading price is expected to rise by more than two and will change hands at a value of 0.2977. Meanwhile, 30 days from now, the crypto is expected to hit and surpass the 0.30 mark once again as it is expected to trade at 0.3305. If these forecasts translate into reality, man holders and investors could finally find a little breathing room to take a break from the challenging landscape of crypto industry today. Featured image lumiere children's therapy
Decentraland MANA Sheds 90 In 2022 Despite Solid NFT Volume Performance
"1 p.m. Sunday January 1st, 2023. Decentral and mana sheds 90 in 2022 despite solid NFT volume performance. Decentral and mana, the cryptocurrency launched in 2020 by aerial Malik and Esteban or Dano, did not make the most of a number of the constructive developments that occurred inside its ecosystem this year, because it closes 2022 in a beaten state. During the last 12 months, the digital coin has shed 91 of its worth, failing.
The Dan Bongino Show
Julie Kelly: No Update on the Jan. 6 Bomber
"Any update on the January 5th January 6th infamous bomber case I got to know I got to ask you know was an insurrection greatest insurrection in American history almost lost the country There was a bomber left a couple of bombs allegedly in front of the RNC and DNC the FBI have a suspect and he breaks in that I know you and your astute listeners will be shocked to hear Not only is there no update into the pipe bomber the man who led the investigation Stephen Dano head of the D.C. FBI field office quietly resigned retired actually a few days ago and he apparently didn't leave any memos behind disclosing his investigation and his reward So no that's been totally memory hold by the media Democrats the FBI and of course the January 6th committee
Bloomberg Radio New York
"dano" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"At global sports. So Dano three big names eliminated in the carabao cup. Yeah, how about this one? Of course, the cab cup in England Premier League table set at arsenal is knocked out at Emirates three to one by Brighton on Chelsea's lemonade by Manchester City two mil at the Etihad. Alfred Tottenham is bounced out by Nottingham Forest to nil on Liverpool has to go to penalties to advance over Darby county with west and being knocked out by black burn on penalties. The U.S. men's national team coach Greg berhalter unveiling the 26 man roster for the upcoming World Cup, the usual big names included, such as Christian Pulisic, west and mckenney, giovanna and sergino dest on the biggest name left off the roster of Manchester City goalkeeper Zack Stefan, who's currently on loan at Middlesbrough. The roster is the second youngest that the U.S. has ever fielded for World Cup, the average age under 26 years old, U.S. plays its opener versus Wales on November 21st, huge name in jeopardy of missing the upcoming World Cup Senegal international and Bayern Munich star sadio Manet could be out after he suffered a right fibula injury in Tuesday's Bayern win over Werder Bremen. This year's Bologna or runner up will miss the Bundesliga giants next match versus Schalke, the source is saying there's a real chance Manet is not going to be ready for Senegal's opener versus the Netherlands on November 21st. Good news though, South Korea captain sun hyung min says he's going to be ready to play in his country's World Cup opener November 24th against Uruguay after the Tottenham star sustained a fracture around the Z left eye last week. Brooklyn Nets have taken the interim tag off of coach Jacques Vaughn with the 47 year old signing a deal through next year to be the head coach. Vaughn has led Brooklyn to a two and two record since taking over for Steve Nash on November 1st, and that's where thought to be targeting suspended Celtics coach eme udoka to replace Nash, but did back off due to controversies already surrounding the team, which included the Kyrie Irving, anti semitism situation. I'm the schwarzman that your Bloomberg
The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"dano" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"Well, well, well, here we are after game one of the WNBA finals, the Las Vegas aces one, so what we thought we all thought would happen happened, right? Like no surprises, nothing that was a little bit interesting. I think not. I think that's why we're here. I'm Gabe, that's Dan O ice young joining us. You see the dice it up crew. You've been familiar with their work. I don't know which way I'm pointing. Oh, over here. There we go. I sit up crew, come in here and I'm just joining in as a little. That's a little treat, I guess, I don't know. We'll see what happens when we start talking about this game. Vegas wins 67 64. They outlast Connecticut. They had to face a late charge from the sun, as we've seen that can be dangerous from some other teams, but Vegas pulls out game one, huge win these MB files. I start us off. Tell me what you saw from Vegas that got on this one. Yeah, I think Asia Wilson and Chelsea gray stayed consistent. I think was the most important thing. You know, other players did what they needed to do, you know, Jackie young was there, got a couple of rebounds, had some decent plays. But in here, her name as much as I feel like we normally do. Williams, I think her 17 minutes were huge, only scored three points, but again, just being consistent and playing her role within the team. You know, Kelsey plum, I swear this team, the win is more impressive to me because Kelsey plum is not playing like normally she does, right? And so your Connecticut, you're like, we gotta win that game because you're not facing this team that is just fully powerful because one of the best players in the league is just not performing right now to level that. She should be. And so if you're Vegas, you're walking away like, okay, we pulled out a tough game. Didn't score like we normally do. But we're also mill seeing 20 plus points from Kelsey plum normally. And so that was kind of the big thing that stood out to me just I think for Kelsey plum right now it's a mental thing. I don't think it's at all what anyone is playing, how the coverages are, how the defenses are, what looks they're showing her. I just think it's completely mental her game right now and not being able to knock down outside shots. And then this game not really being able to get to the paint either, but that's because Connecticut has great defense in the paint normally. And so she was getting those looks in other series against Seattle getting into paint being able to finish, but here in this game, she's not getting into the paint as much at will. She's getting blocked a lot. And she's got tough time making shots on the outside. I don't know if they're going to win as easily as everyone thinks that they're probably going to win. If Kelsey plum doesn't start to make outside shots, I truly believe they're going to figure it out because right now you've only got a guard two people. Three ish, including Jackie young, right? I'm muted, sorry. I want to ask you about, do you think tired legs can be evolved either if you guys answer, but I wrote down, I was like, is she tired? Is there an injury because I thought the same as you as mental, but she seems like someone who's so able to compartmentalize and I felt like maybe, hey, she's a little tired. She's played too many man, whatever. I don't know. So that was my question. Do you think tired likes could play a big factor? I mean, she could be tired, but you know, you're in the finals and a player like Kelsey palm, you know, early in the season, it was talked about her fitness, right? How she was in the best shape of her life because she wanted to be one of the best players and knew that her conditioning and fitness had to be at the supreme range in order to play the way that she does. So I actually don't think it's a fitness thing. I just know being a shooter sometimes. You were just not in rhythm. Sometimes you were just not knocking down shots. And you've got to find other ways to affect the basketball game. But I think it's a mental block for her right now. Not seeing threes go inconsistently, not seeing jump shots, but when consistently, it's just creating that block for her. And she's got to find a way to just get over the hump. I think every shooter, every great player has struggled with that at one point or another, and we're just seeing that right now. And unfortunately, it's at the worst possible time. Yeah, hopefully she gets to go. She hasn't been shooting up their level, but she has had moments, so hopefully she can get it back, but as you mentioned, Asia Wilson and Chelsea gray brought it home for the aces, like they have this entire playoffs. 24 points, 11 rebounds, four blocks from Asia, Chelsea gray, put up 21 points on 9 of 17 shooting on her ridiculous diet of shots. Dana, with those two stars going for Vegas, I mean, if they just get those two in a game, can they just win? Do they need more than just those two? I think they do on a normal night. You're not going to have to want to bonner and Courtney Williams going, you know, I guess they can mine four for 18 tonight. Just awful shooting, but I was definitely more impressed with their defense today. I mean, they were terrible on the giving up offensive boards. But when you have Asia Wilson, she's going to have to play at least 35 minutes a game. If you're only going to get that kind of offensive output from her and Chelsea, but it's
Bloomberg Radio New York
"dano" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"As we look at global sports here on daybreak, Asia. So you're telling me Dano that there is a 40 year old soccer legend that could possibly be hanging up his cleats. Is that right? Doc, he may be my favorite footballer out there and I'm glad he's not hanging up those cleats, but 40 year old Zlatan Ibrahimović. He's gonna play. He's agreed to a one year contract extension to remain at A.C. Milan now, ebra is currently rehabbing after having knee surgery in May and is expected to be out 8 months now in 74 matches at Milan. It's his second time at A.C. Milan, the striker scored 36 goals and helped the lead the club to its first Syria title in 11 years last season. In an interview with el mundo Deportivo into Miami's cheap business officer Xavier asensi hinting that the club will make a run at lean on Messi when the superstars contract ends at PSG. That's after next season. A sensei who was previously an executive at Barcelona believes bringing in Messi would be a reference point for soccer in the U.S. into Miami of course co owned by legend David Beckham. 2017 masters winner Sergio Garcia says he's gonna quit the DP world tours he no longer feels quote loved while playing in Europe, he had already resigned his PGA Tour membership this after joining the live series baseball home run Derby, still in the first round, the two time defending champion Pete Alonso has moved on over Ronald Acuna Julio Rodriguez, the youngster from the Seattle Mariners so far the leader with 32 of 32 home runs in the first round All-Star Game will be tomorrow Dodgers stadium the starters have been announced. Dodgers ace clean Kershaw will get the nod for the national league Tampa Bay Rays lefty Shane mcclanahan is gonna get the start for the American League. If the game ends tied after 9 innings, it will be determined by a home run Derby the managers picking three each from both leagues they get three swings and the winning league will take home the winning honors. I'm Dan Schwartzman that your Bloomberg world sports update Juliet. Thanks so much, Dan, coming up. We are going to talk to John lube Bloomberg senior executive editor for Greater China about this Bloomberg scoop that Beijing may allow homeowners to temporarily halt mortgage payments on store property projects without incurring penalties. We're being told the plan is part of a broader push to stabilize the
"dano" Discussed on Giant Bombcast
"To for none of them to be shiny. And then I just wanted to being sad and eating a fish sandwich in the park. Oh my God. Have you caught one you would have been happy? Is the suggestion there? Because if it was just if it was just Dana, the community day Pokémon Paul Dano, then that would have been great or if it's evolution had a chance to be shiny, then that would be fantastic. Before we get to the game of the week, back there, you traveled. Did I was traveling with a steam deck? Well, thanks for asking, bud. I gotta say. Fucking amazing. It's good, right? I was playing the shredders of revenge on the plane with my kid. You know, had the thing docked in the middle of us with two Bluetooth controllers. And it doesn't get better than that. It was just, oh, and it just worked so well. And then he's like, oh, I'm gonna play Mario strikers. And I said, oh, that's fine. I took over the steam deck. And I didn't even do a handheld thing with neon white. I just propped it up and was rocking my little controller playing that game. And I just got to say like, man, there is, and I also got a little deep, like the packing, the night before and the previous nights before figuring out crash course emulation, you know, tutorial in the steam deck and just the ease of like what that whole thing is like, man, that's a rabbit hole, but like an accessible rabbit hole that you can kind of climb out of and not have to stay up all night worrying about these types of things. But yeah, long story short, really, really awesome. That screen is, it's pretty good in terms of like, you know, it's that trade table distance that it's like perfect for. Well, you're not really straining yourself and you're sort of, you're in a sweet little zone there. And yeah, I got to say the Goldilocks zone. The Goldilocks zone as it were. And no, I love playing neon white with it. It was awesome. I played it for probably 6 hours coming and going. She said, so that we can get your time's on there, so we could see how fast you were on the steam deck. Sure I'm nowhere near you freaks, but sure. Jeff. The name of the game and it is two weeks in a row now. Game of the week. Neon white. I think we've all continued playing this. What can I do? Wait, hang on a second. Yes, yes, yes..
"dano" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Here With DOM to your Dano pinch hitting As I said there's still a $100 billion in COVID money that's unspent Just revealed tonight that the 1619 Project woman who has I think incredibly divisive was paid and some of her speaking engagements out of the cove it funds What are we doing with that a 100 billion How about having had they called a school resource retired cop whatever you want whatever training you want and keep the training up make it extensive You have somebody there that is a deterrent effect in schools and I would add to that people that are armed Now in my neck of the Woods in Pennsylvania there's probably only two or three schools that we've heard of and they're out there in the rural areas that are doing this but in Texas we had a guy on where they've worked with 30 school districts Even in Texas this is still an idea that a lot of people reject I'm not exactly sure why because if it's done skillfully enough I think it works The alternative does it work Bo is in four a text is next on the bohan in show Hi Bo Hey how's it going Very well Bo Wait a second we're talking to you on a better circumstances but I grew up in the sand tongue here area just outside of you valley And you know I think a lot of people forget that you know today was a runoff election day In the smaller cities we have the elections are casting ballots or at the schools And that's right And the mayor of Audi has been on Fox News many times complaining about all the illegals and that are coming to the city and driving like crazy and exclusively on lockdown in many many times and so when you have to open up your school to allow people to come into the world that allows other people to get in there and penetrate and you know it's a shame that something like this that tragedy like this has to happen Do we know Bo though if that school was an election site some are in some or not I'm not sure if it was That's an interesting insight if it was though Video and it had some signs out front Okay For people of chance to vote or to vote for so on and so Well you know what You were illustrating again how difficult it is to make a school protective They're not prisons They shouldn't be made into prisons You're right The only thing I think that's protective is having people there that can use deadly force to stop someone trying to come in and kill kids Stan and like I said you know Texas is very good at making sure if you comment to a school you have to go into the office get the sign in to make sure you are who you are because you're allowed to do it And so I think that might be part of the problem that would happen today Because like I said all these goals you know expensive new validity because they've had a big problem with illegals Yeah Thank you bob Thanks very much for that insight That's something I'll have to check on Look it illustrates the physical layout of the score We're not going to turn them into prisons nor should we okay By the way near the border at some points and I got to talk about this Now I'm just holding my fingers crossed that it hasn't happened yet I'm not sure why but now we know a guy has been arrested a guy who overstate his visas I understand it and Iraqi man in the U.S. accused of being linked to ISIS operatives was planning to kill George W. Bush going so far as to travel to Dallas in November to take video around the former president Sam recruiting a team of compatriots He hoped to smuggle into the country over the Mexican border and given how poor as it is I'm amazed all this stuff is not happened but they have stopped him at this point And you know the problem is with former presidents they don't have quite the protection or anywhere near the protection Of a sitting president who has that monstrous vehicle has the fortification of The White House et cetera et cetera it's got to be very difficult And also who would expect all these years later you have a maniac out there that wants to kill former president George W. Bush allegedly The FBI says it uncovered the scheme through the work of two confidential informants surveillance of the alleged plotters account on the meta owned WhatsApp messaging platform Nice work And more of that has to be done with social media So we'll get into more detail on this My bottom line is as porous as the border is and I did see recently there were 23 people that they got that were on the watch list of one sort or another I'm more amazed more terrorists more people like this don't get in through the southern border I'm not sure about Canada That seems more secure but I'm more amazed at they had trouble doing this for some reason Good But given how porous it is it seems like this is on their mind It's only a matter of time And imagine going after the former president We'll get to that coming up But 8 6 6 50 Jimbo that gets you to me DOM Giordano follow on Twitter at DOM show 1210 sitting in for Jim bohannon.
"dano" Discussed on WGN Radio
"It's a Jimbo handing show DOM to your Dano pinch hitting tonight and I just saw this late in the show it's amazing to me and I haven't seen The White House clarify this so it seems to me with teachers of the year a bunch of them there Today the president in the east room later in the day tells these teachers quote children are yours when they're in the classroom and he repeatedly told them that This is a teacher of the year event he urged teachers to help students gain confidence enough to know what they can do Okay We got to do one thing to make sure the nation succeeds in this next generation what would you do I would say literally have the best educated public in the world emphasize we have an obligation to help them reach your potential You've heard me say it many times about our children but it's true They're all our children And the reason your teachers are the years because you recognize that They're not somebody else's children They're like yours when they're in the classroom Now this came after the uproar over gender identity and critical race theory et cetera Now if you mean to say that these are your kids treat them here's the language And these are crafted They're scripted If you wanted to say great teachers recognize they try to treat kids like they would treat their own kids You know and that kind of okay but it doesn't appear we're saying that there This is a battle because he also talked about political agendas of the other side and how they're using this They're using teachers in the culture awards Here's a reason two reasons I can give you at least why teachers are in the center This one because the union thuggery of their leadership people like Randy weingard and others who shut down the public schools and inordinate manner kept the lockdowns going intervene with The White House We know that with the emails Two too many teachers are bringing their own personal issues and because of social media liberals of TikTok all this stuff we see this repeatedly Three we had the pandemic parents saw what was going on online because they're not in the school every day They can't see in real time what was being taught how it was going what some of the stuff is and they didn't like it And they demand it particularly in Virginia to be a bigger part of this to be the ultimate decider the CEO of this board that's educating their kids It's pretty obvious stuff Is it not Now some might try to exploit that They say ridiculous things I recognize that But they're not your kids Your kid is your kid forever That's what it comes down to Unless the parent is negligent unless there's something there that's out of line legally they're your kid How in the world would you try to provoke this lying a pushback I don't think it works They haven't clarified yet I'm thinking that will be the Dodge They'll see how this goes I mean who's going to rally to that saying when it's in the classroom that's your kid Really Who's going to rally to that And these things are scripted they're talked about this was an opportunity The president had the teachers of the year there He's trying to make a point to push back against desantis mainly and a bunch of others like youngkin Does any number of these well spoken Republicans who are making this point the poeing all indicates you know some people think well it's just inflation and the economy and things like that that consume us No The other side dismissed dismisses these as so called cultural issues There are things that people deeply care about They're their kids And this is a wraparound with not just the gender identity stuff the critical race theory but the arrogance of some of these people saying no As Macau have did in Virginia Why have they not learned from that I really don't get that There's a lot of things where you try it You see if it works like the student loan thing let's forgive student loan debt to drive out young voters so that Democrats can succeed in the midterms I get it It's going to be a lot of backlash But from their side what else do they have They need to drive them out there But is this going to drive parents to go you know what President's right here He's right on the money Those teachers it's their kids during that period of time and I better not intrude All right let's go to John in Burlington Vermont John You're on the Jimbo handing show Hi How are you doing today Good I heard you say that you turned English Yes I did For how many years A number You don't want to give a number Well John what's your point Let's not tap dancer What's your point Well I guess you don't want to answer that but okay going back to the beginning of the last half hour you were talking about by the way the high school man for 36 years Okay You were talking about the school boards and Texas in Florida that banned some math textbooks It was the state board of education Right Okay And you approve of that Yes I do So my question a couple of questions for you is how many of those textbooks have you looked at number one Hey John I'm not on the witness stand buddy Make your point Okay tell me one problem that's in one of these books Okay I will tell you one problem that's in there John and we mentioned this before I don't have every one of them in front of me They put out a number of pages on this One textbook for example had an graphing in the math book They had where conservatives are on racial issues and they would be more likely to be racist versus people that were liberal on the other side That was an actual graph Now does that have a place in a math book Is that not out of line Is that not us Tell us what Matt book you found that in You know what John I have the credibility of a host here doing this with people I'm not on the witness stand I don't understand What part you do You are making outlandish statements You're making statements Okay John I would tell you this John How about doing a favor Google John because I'm not going to do it I don't think it's deserved in this You Google that You'll see the illustrations of some of the books Now do I know in Florida If I would be in favor of every book that they knocked off no I'm not going to say that I'm telling you though they scrutinize these and they found in them things that had little or nothing to do with math Who were they Who did it The state board of education in Florida A group of Republicans just like you Ah that's right John So they can't make a judgment They can't read They can't see that Thank you John Have a nice night Okay.
"dano" Discussed on WGN Radio
"It is a Jimbo handing show Welcome in tonight I'm here Dano pinch hitting for Jim following me on Twitter at DOM show 1210 We're joined by somebody from a great institution You may know the heritage foundation in Washington You may think of them politically but when it comes to civics the nation's high school kids education they are very very good very very thoughtful turning out a lot of great people Joining us is Jonathan butcher Jonathan is the heritage foundation will scale fellow in education His new book splintered and that's a great word to use critical race theory and the progressive war on truth which is more encompassing Hey Jonathan welcome to the bohan and show Thanks for joining us Great to be with you Well it seems one of the points that you make early on I think This is not just about race and the victimhood in the back and forth over critical race theory But this goes a lot further than that That people that are really into this are very skeptical of the founders of founding documents the constitution representative government would you say that's accurate Well absolutely Look in order for a community and a culture to hold together right To do the things that we want to do each day to work together to get along with our neighbors to as we sit across from people at church we have to have a certain set of ideas that we can agree on And what critical race theory has done is it's taken some key thoughts about the Civil Rights Act about ideas of equality under the law About the very idea of the rule of law and turn them all upside down and said that they are skeptical of those things And that is not just a contrarian worldview It's actually something that subtracts from our culture Yeah I mean it means that there's nothing that we meet a fellow citizen and that we basically agree on and see as a basic truth about the country even if we differ on some things all that is taken away You know I asked people like you Jonathan who are really delved into this My background as an education too What do you say And then I want to give you a particular on some of the stuff I hear doing this job and in the Philadelphia area What do you say to those who go all right let's say it is out there right But it's on such an academic level So miniature How many classes really have critical race theory Why do you guys keep on insinuating this is somehow or another a big deal What do you say to it Well first because the application of it is frankly so contrary to what we have helped you over the past several decades right I mean when you apply critical race theory you wind up with mandatory affinity groups where children are separated by skin color for different school activities You wind up with children being forced to do privilege walks or activities where they have to affirm that they are somehow oppressive because of their ethnicity Not based on their behavior not based on their choices but just based on the color of their skin So when you apply critical race theory you are staring down the Civil Rights Act of 1964 Let me be because we don't have a challenger here I'm not challenging but just let me tell you what listeners here with all these school board meetings and all this stuff Jonathan They hear come on now It's law school They usually say people are talking about that there We are not using the terminology critical race theory It's dense it's academic It's not something day to day How does it do you examine how does it make its way from that origin into the variance or the every day of American schools in America is life How Well once we can admit come to the idea that when you apply critical race theory you wind up with discrimination then we can say okay is it really in K12 schools Well I can find and do in my book any number of examples of the words critical race theory or intersectionality which is one of the core ideas of critical race theory in school curriculum right I mean California's State Department of Education has a whole ethnic studies model curriculum that has a chapter on intersectionality You have a teacher training program in loudoun county Virginia where they use the words critical race theory in their teacher training program You have the I'm sorry Yeah the math curriculum in California has been also based around the idea that capitalism and racism are conjoined twins In Iowa City Iowa you have a whole page devoted to white privilege studies And on and on right We can pick our district really all over the country and we'll be able to point to elements where we're talking about power struggle we're not talking about the American Dream any longer right We're talking about how everything around us can only be described as a struggle for power Now my own observation you're right There is some of that and some of these places like California even states where you wouldn't think about it The real activists the state level the curriculum But in the average suburban school say in Philadelphia where I am Somehow or another the magic word there it's well intentioned maybe some of them did go to these seminars is equity over equality equity audits And that's where we start to see elements of this variance I call it put into play Do you see some of that around so called equity Well most certainly and to be theoretical here for just a minute because this background is going to matter is that one of the core ideas of not just critical critical race theory but critical theory on which critical race theory is based is this idea that they are skeptical of rights and rights have to be taken away from some people and then given to others right The only way that that can happen is through coercion You can only be done by force right People are going to voluntarily give up their rights okay So once we understand that that's one of the core ideas then we start to see why equity is now so appealing because under equity we are saying that people your outcomes must be made the same regardless of.
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"dano" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"All right Jimbo hand and show with DOM junior Dano pinch hitting Let's take some calls here coming off dinesh d'souza the 2000 mules film 8 6 6 50 Jimbo this Disney thing I gotta say that Ron DeSantis is playing this master What would be wrong if he enters the presidential race You make a decision you see them in a debate with Trump so what They don't have to kill each other Say the Reagan thing you know They can differ on some things China say this is like Newsom going after Chick-fil-A is just ridiculous People are not gonna buy that The sameness did exactly the right thing here All right Bill is in Akron on the Jimbo handing show Hey Bill welcome in Hey good evening John About this 2020 election I recall or do you recall that I read articles about Arizona Wisconsin and Pennsylvania Georgia and other states spending millions and millions of government money investigating the election Arizona alone spent over $50 million And they found nothing Okay well let me just say you can possible I'm not sure where you're going Tell me what you mean by that Well if all these states spent government government money up to a $100 million investigating any fraud already any wrongdoing in the elections at all They found nothing They came up with nothing Well you can say that all you want I found it right here in Pennsylvania It's clear what they did You had them accepted by Pennsylvania's end I don't care how much they spent I'm telling you what happened here that we know that's a matter of record Now whether people are going to get prosecuted or not they decided not to prosecute Bill So what you're saying I have no idea It doesn't matter what they spend I don't trust it Well it was billions of government money and we're supposed to be financially fiscally responsible And if they found nothing after spending millions what does that tell you Well tell me then why you think so many people have the perception that a lot of things went on here Not wild stuff we're talking about Why is that If there is hard evidence hard hard Well that's what we're talking about People should be in court Okay Well will I just talk to a Republican who wouldn't prosecute a woman who clearly was putting extra ballots in a Dropbox He said it's not worth it If they spent millions I don't know where that millions of dollars went if they saw nothing Thank you Bill Thank you All right you know what Let me take the gloves Come on I don't care if they spend a $1 billion In Pennsylvania our state Supreme Court said well the woman had headed up the Secretary of State They controlled the election in Pennsylvania You got ouster She was so much cutting the edges probably even things that were illegal that she forgot to do her duty as Secretary of State and she didn't put out notices in newspapers around this legislative effort to reopen the statute of limitations and those that were victims of sexual abuse by priest in others She got kicked out for that What she was doing was saying even if your ballot arrived three days after with no signature and everything else we can cure it it'll count stuff like that happened And what dinesh is saying here is what these ballot boxes we have one where I am in the Philadelphia area now where a woman is clearly on tape taking hundreds of ballots she claims she can do this She's a Democrat operative in a recent election because they're from a nursing home She can't buy law Now I wasn't enough to overturn the election All right how are we going to debate I'm not going to relitigate that Take a look at the film It's not wild stuff about voting machines in Chinese hackers That's why I'm on board I wouldn't be on board if it were something else like that All right let's go to Michael in maysville Michael you're on the Jim bohannon show Welcome in Good anything Thank you You're welcome You're talking about Trump and desantis and go back to 2016 People came out and wrote I never seen the polling places so crowded But they were voting against Hillary Not the Trump they were voting Absolutely Wait wait a minute That's ludicrous You can't be serious about that Michael And I am And I sort of 2020 and okay there was definitely a concerted election at 11 o'clock And all the key states Who made that call And okay now we go to 2024 And Michael back to 2016 All right Let's put it this way Sure there was antagonism toward Hillary I mean how could you lose that election with all that she had going for Okay But Trump brought out these people that were vaguely Democrats may be in places like Pennsylvania They had been left behind the rust belt and all that stuff He appealed to them in a unique way They came out of the woodwork for him I'll talk about the primary not the general election Of course you had a course we had to but I'm talking about the primary but all right let's go to 2024 and desantis and Trump okay Yes Trump has such a terrible propaganda hatred against him that's his fault Because he was actually a really good guy in the left We really loved him before the election you know He did a lot of good things for a lot of people and he was a pro black colleges and all this stuff Way before he was president And I got words All right well Michael thank you thanks very much for the call All right I just think there shouldn't be antagonism here with the santas and Trump and this Jenna Ellis is bringing that up As far as the previous election and the primaries or whatever Trump ignited different voters They came out of the woodwork for him All right In 2020 it was either a pro Trump or anti Trump no one was bloating for Joe Biden per se It was either do you want Trump or not And again the not is huge also There's no doubt All right final call is coming up at 8 6 6 50 Jimbo My.
"dano" Discussed on WGN Radio
"All right Jimbo handing show with DOM to your Dano pinch hitting Let's take some calls here coming off dinesh d'souza the 2000 mules film 8 6 6 50 Jimbo this Disney thing I gotta say that Ron DeSantis is playing this master What would be wrong if he enters the presidential race You make a decision you see them in a debate with Trump so what They don't have to kill each other Say the Reagan thing you know They can differ on some things China say this is like Newsom going after Chick-fil-A is just ridiculous People are not going to buy that The same as did exactly the right thing here All right Bill is in Akron on the Jimbo handing show Hey Bill welcome in Hey good evening John About this 2020 election I recall or do you recall that I read articles about Arizona Wisconsin and Pennsylvania Georgia and other states spending millions and millions of government money investigating the election Arizona alone spent over $50 million and they found nothing Okay well let me just say you can possible I'm not sure where you're going Tell me what you mean by that Well if all these states spend government money up to a $100 million investigating fraud already any wrongdoing in the elections at all They found nothing They came up with nothing Well you can say that all you want I found it right here in Pennsylvania It's clear what they did You had them accepted by Pennsylvania's end I don't care how much they spent I'm telling you what happened here that we know that's a matter of record Now whether people are going to get prosecuted or not they decided not to prosecute Bill So what you're saying I have no idea It doesn't matter what they spend I don't trust it Well it was billions of government money and we're supposed to be financially fiscally responsible And if they found nothing after spending millions what does that tell you Well tell me then why you think so many people have the perception that a lot of things went on here Not wild stuff for talking about Why is that If there is hard evidence hard hard Well that's what we're talking about People should be in court Okay Well will I just talk to a Republican who wouldn't prosecute a woman who clearly was putting extra ballots in a Dropbox He said it's not worth it If they spent millions I don't know where that millions of dollars went if they found nothing Thank you Bill Thank you All right you know what Let me take the gloves Come on I don't care if they spend a $1 billion In Pennsylvania our state Supreme Court said well the woman had headed up the Secretary of State They control the election in Pennsylvania got ousted She was so much cutting the edges probably even things that were illegal that she forgot to do her duty as Secretary of State and she didn't put out notices in newspapers around this legislative effort to reopen the statute of limitations and those that were victims of sexual abuse by priests and others She got kicked out for that What she was doing was saying even if you're ballot arrived three days after with no signature and everything else we can cure it It'll count stuff like that happened And what dinesh is saying here is what these ballot boxes we have one where I am in the Philadelphia area now where a woman is clearly on tape taking hundreds of ballots she claims she can do this She's a Democrat operative in a recent election because they're from a nursing home She can't buy law Now it wasn't enough to overturn the election All right how are we going to debate I'm not going to relitigate that Take a look at the film It's not wild stuff about voting machines in Chinese hackers That's why I'm on board I wouldn't be on board if it were something else like that All right let's go to Michael in maysville Michael you're on the Jim bohannon show Welcome in Good evening Thank you You're welcome You're talking about Trump and desantis and you know go back to 2016 People came out in droves I never seen the polling places so crowded But they were voting against Hillary Not patrol They were voting That's ludicrous But wait a minute That's ludicrous You can't be serious about that Michael And I am And as sort of 2020 and okay there was definitely a concerted stop the election at 11 o'clock And all the key states Who made that call And okay Now we go to 2024 And Trump Michael back to 2016 All right Let's put it this way Sure there was antagonism toward Hillary I mean how could you lose that election with all that she had going for Okay But Trump brought out these people that were vaguely Democrats may be in places like Pennsylvania They had been left behind the rust felt and all that stuff He appealed to them in a unique way They came out of the woodwork for him I'll talk about the primary not that general election Of course you had a course we had to But I'm talking about the primary but all right let's go to 2024 and desantis and Trump Okay Yes Trump has such a terrible propaganda hatred against him that is false Because he was actually a really good guy and the left loved him before the election you know He did a lot of good things for a lot of people and he was a pro black colleges and all this stuff Way before he was president And he got words from all right well Michael thank you thanks very much for the call All right I just think there shouldn't be antagonism here with the Sanderson Trump and this Jenna Ellis is bringing that up As far as the previous election in the primaries or whatever Trump ignited different voters They came out of the woodwork for him All right In 2020 it was either a pro Trump or anti Trump no one was bloating for Joe Biden per se It was either do you want Trump or not And again the knot is huge also There's no doubt All right final call is coming up at 8 6 6 50 Jimbo I.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"dano" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Congress has died representative Don young died Friday while traveling home to Alaska There's no word on his cause of death but young was gearing up to launch a reelection campaign He was 88 years old New research shows a big jump in alcohol related deaths in the United States during the first year of the coronavirus pandemic Brad Siegel has more A study from the journal of the American medical association says from 2019 to 2020 the death toll in that category rose over 25% On average that rate has been at just over 2% from 1999 through 2017 Lead author of the study doctor Aaron white called the data unfortunate but also not surprising since people tend to drink more when they're under duress The spike in the first year of the pandemic was seen across all age groups the largest change was among 35 to 44 year olds I'm Brad Siegel Paul Dano is writing a comic book based on the riddler Has more Dano who played the villain in The Batman this year we'll dive into the origins of the character in a comic book titled riddler year one DC Comics announced the news on Twitter teasing the comic with a first look image featuring the character's glasses on top of some scattered papers Dano's debut into comic writing will release in October A movie about the classic childhood toy play doh is in the works The animated flick has crazy rich Asian director John Chu and the big 6 screenwriter behind it In a joint statement the pair said they are excited to present a moldable pliable iconically scented story about the importance of imagination I'm Julie Ryan And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom Governor Kathy hochul announced today that COVID related hospitalizations in New York State are at their lowest point since August 3rd According to the latest numbers released by the governor's office the number of people hospitalized with COVID-19 dropped by 53 over the past day to 925 5 COVID deaths were also announced today New York City's new health commissioner doctor ashwin vasan says that the city's private sector vaccine mandate will remain in place indefinitely Doctor Vaughan said he was also keeping the cities mask mandate for children under the age of 5 in place until further notice He spoke at a briefing on Friday The news comes as concerns continue to grow over the new omicron sub variant BA two which now accounts for about 30% of new COVID cases in New York City I understand New Yorkers concern given where we've been over the last two years and successive waves that rising cases in other parts of the world would lead to anxiety That's completely understandable The new health commissioner also urging New Yorkers to get boosted if they are eligible Just 36% of New Yorkers have gotten a booster despite it being available for months Former treasury secretary Larry summers says the Federal Reserve will need to raise interest rates higher than officials are currently thinking to control inflation When inflation goes up if you just raise interest rates as much as inflation went up then you're not changing real interest rates at all If you want to tighten policy you have to raise interest rates by more summers says an interest rate of four to 5% is more likely he was interviewed on Wall Street week on Bloomberg radio Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm susannah Palmer This is Bloomberg This is balance and power with David Weston The state of America and energy is strong Our nation has the resources and the expertise to meet our energy needs Eventually we'll end up with a vaccine that will be able to do better against multiple variants Where the world of politics meets the world of business The fed has to raise rates And by the way that's a good thing The cause of inflation has been this historic pandemic which is upended life in so many different ways in particularly has upended America's supply chains Balance of power with given Weston on Bloomberg radio Coming up this hour judge kittanji Brown Jackson heads to Capitol Hill for hearings on her nomination to the Supreme Court.
"dano" Discussed on Filmspotting
"Of attention. And instigating that sort of action, and that was also leveled against Joker. And I think, you know, you could see people making that accusation here. It's obvious in the text of the film that that's not the intent of the film. In the climax that's very clear, you're going to have to choose between Batman or this other entity, essentially. But I'll tell you Adam, I had the same reaction. Like this movie scared me. And I think it is more of a where we are now because there are elements of this in The Dark Knight Rises with bane. And the support he garners. You know, I think this has been sort of a story point in other comic book properties, but it's where we're at now when, again, spoilers, we won't go into it. It takes that turn and you see the influence the riddler has that I got scared. And this turned into something of a horror film forming. And this is not something I'm holding against it. I'm just saying it was very anxiety inducing. And it goes back to this idea of this film being along the lines of a serial killer thriller. And it's anxiety inducing in that way as well. So yeah, Dano? Okay, I think you said the heightened comic associations you make with the riddler, right? Oh, he's heightened, but he's not comic. So I think it does work for me. I mean, ave Maria, he gets, this was amusing in the credits for the film. There is a moment where he sings ave Maria to Bruce Wayne. This is a callback for the third time on the song in the film. And he goes for it. He gives a performance that he even gets a credit there, a music credit, ave Maria performed by Paul Daniels. Oh, I didn't see that. So it is a huge, huge performance, but I do think it works because the character is also and Daniel seems to understand this very small. This is one extremely disturbed individual who is doing this. And I think there are moments where Dano taps into that as well. So there's a little bit of balance there in the performance. And again, where the movie goes, it doesn't rely entirely on him to provide the tension and the anxiety and the scares. And so that helps as well. He's not in this film a ton, actually. And a lot of it is in like camera phone footage where he's leaving a message or something like that while he's masked. So yeah, it's a very heightened performance as you might expect from Paul Dano, but I think it's a good one. I think it does work for the film. Well, I actually don't usually think of Paul Dano in those terms and that's why I was afraid of him. He would be asked to give here and again, I always mention it, but our gauges for big performances are very different. And there is no doubt that there are moments here, including the one you mentioned, the singing moment where he is very big. He is singing he is loud, everything about his physicality and his voice in that moment is undeniably loud. But I think what I'll take away from the performance is the quieter moments. It's actually the more menacing moments. It's the looks, it's the, it's the whispers, it's the kind of deliberateness with which he speaks. And that desire to destroy his desire to be reckoned with is something that seems insatiable. And in that way, terrifying. I think you wanted to get to a spoiler question here, Josh. I hope I have a decent answer for it. We will pause, we'll close the review proper, The Batman is currently playing in wide release. If you see it and agree.
"dano" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Hannon show Welcome in Happy Thanksgiving everyone A bit early Don Junior Dano from Philadelphia at DOM show 1210 follow-up on Twitter sitting in for Jim tonight Secret agent man secret agent giving you a number and taking back the Jimbo had a joke 26 5 oh Jimbo one 8 6 6 5 O 5 four 6 two 6 Now the danger is real and the romance pretty much left to the imagination in actual espionage work Francis Gary powers junior is our guest He has told the story of his father in the book spy pilot one 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo and two call from Mike in Columbus Ohio now grieving Mike and welcome to the Jimbo Hana show Hi good evening Let me tell you about a story that happened back in 1970 I went to a concert with three other people in a car We were driving down the freeway and we saw some cars ahead of us stopped and pulled over on the side of the freeway looking straight up in the air And I said pull over pull over there's a black flying saucer a black triangle hovering above us They thought I was nuts We pulled over we looked up above There was a black triangle just hovering about 354 150 feet above us just hovering above us And we stood at it got out of the car I couldn't believe it And it stayed there for about 30 seconds to 40 seconds and then switched out of the sky like as fast as light I've never seen it in so fast I didn't know what it was Later I looked at argosy magazine years later back and Argus magazine had a picture of this same thing that I thought was a flying saucer They said it was the south fighter And article in August at the south came out hover Well I begged to differ because I personally saw it hovering Well interesting to say the least I'm not sure if you have any comment about that Francis but go ahead Well I am a knowledgeable a little bit about UFOs but my extent is in regards to the U2 program the SR 71 program the testing that happened at Area 51 Basically in the 1960s and 70s 50% of all UFO sightings were attributed to U2's and SR 71s However the other 50% is still unaccounted for Fair enough All right well 8.6650 Jimbo to Frank in Cumberland Maryland next on the bohanna show And good evening Frank Two questions please How did the Russians create Francis fairy powers in captivity Was he tortured or did he relay any secrets And the second question is how do the getting down from above 70,000 feet is a feed in itself How does he manage to do it And stay alive In other words after having been shot down okay two very good questions The first his treatment in captivity what did your father tell you about that Francis My father relayed the following to me Basically the first week he was lying to his captors outright he was trying to mislead them any way he could But then international headlines appeared and basically the KGB was coming in with copies of newspapers and telling him that they were lie He was lying to them They were able to show that he said he was trained in Arizona The New York Times says he was trained in a Nevada at Area 51 and they were able to strip him up in some of his lies So my father resorted to the following during his interrogations During the interrogations he was never physically tortured but there was a lot of mental torture mental anguish bright spotlight gruelling questions threats of death a mutton Jeff and or good cop bad cop type of a scenario One gentleman a gentleman One KGB guy would come in yelling and screaming rough and grass You tell us everything will shoot you tomorrow The next guide would come in mister powers you help us We can help you Trying to get him to cooperate trying to get him to reveal secrets But my father did the following He basically realized he couldn't tell the full truth because he'd give away secrets But yet he couldn't lie to them all the time because he would get caught So he did the following He would tell the full truth when he realized that they could verify the information in the press That gave him credibility He lied to them outright when he knew there was no way they could find the information names of pilots number of missions specifications about the equipment on board Then he would give a part truth apart lie dance around the subject when he knew that they knew something about the question they were asking but not enough to contradict his answer such as the altitude was flying My father always maintained that he was at the maximum altitude of 68,000 feet when he was shot down And I used that figure 68,000 feet because it was close enough to be believable yet far enough away to keep other pilots out of harm's way should the missions continue and he wanted to get a message back home to his employer the CIA hey guys I'm not telling the full truth So as a result people in America and around the world thought that he had collaborated with the enemy that he cooperated that he spilled his guts because he was perceived to have cooperated but all the time he was not giving away any specific details and holding back quite a bit from the Soviets that they couldn't find in other resources And then the other part of Frank's question the part about the set from 70,000 feet That had to be tricky not only is your plane blown up around you but you've got a long way to the ground Well let me explain what he went through after the shootdown 8 missiles were fired Soviet SA two one of them explodes near enough to the tail section at 70,500 feet to cause structural failure As a result the shockwave hits the plane it pushes it forward throws my father back in his seat Dad realizes something's gone wrong The controls no longer respond You can't fly a plane without a tail section The near miss of the Soviet SA two explodes behind the plane pushes it forward The nose drops down Pitches forward Instantaneously as soon as the nose pitches forward the wings snap off The fuselage goes into an inverted spin My father is hanging basically upside down by his seat belt is harness He can not get his legs into the proper position to use the ejection seat He is spinning down towards the ground He's being banged around he's thinking I need to hit the destruct button But he is also thinking I have to get out of this plane If he ejects he will sever his legs off So he does the following He opens up the Canopy which floats off into space He undoes his harness and is immediately sucked up halfway out of the cockpit He is still connected by his air hose half in the cockpit have out of the cockpit two or three feet of air hose beam banged around can no longer reach or get to the destruct button He's realizing he's getting closer and closer to the ground He breaks through the air hose falls through the airplane his parachute opens automatically at 15,000 feet He parachutes down to the ground To complicate matters as this is happening his faceplate has frosted over So he can't see past his nose All he knows is that he's getting closer and closer to the ground Once he gets away from the airplane once he breaks the air hose and his parachute opens at 15,000 feet he realizes I can breathe oxygen on my own He takes off his faceplate he surveys the countryside He parachutes down to the ground On the way down.
"dano" Discussed on Family Secrets
"In all sorts of ways as we're putting together a truly stellar. Sixth season family secrets. I'm listening to my extraordinary guests who have navigated the secrets that have been kept from them. The secrets they've kept from others and the secrets. They've kept from themselves secrets. It seems are everywhere people. Tell them to me at dinners at parties. They send me. Handwritten letters dropped me messages on facebook or instagram. While secrets have been always a part of human nature throughout history. I think that in these last few years. Where a real moment of reckoning why well in part because it's so much harder to keep a secret. The internet for instance. Cellphones techs chains and of course dna testing. Someone recently asked me. If i think all of this. Unavoidable transparency is a good thing. And i really do which doesn't mean it isn't painful or rocky or complicated tab your world up ended by all you didn't know but the thing is it's the truth and if there's anything i've learned in the last few years from my guests and from my own story it's that the truth is liberating. It really does set us free. I'm also listening to the messages. You all are leaving on our private call in line dedicated family secret stories. I hope you'll keep them coming cleese. Don't be shy. i can't even begin to tell you. How much sharing these stories means to all the folks listening millions of you. You may think of it as an act of confession but it's really an active generosity..
"dano" Discussed on Family Secrets
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The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"dano" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Telling people you were ever in it. I think that is the purpose and beck did a terrible job. Well the first time he was ever he ever. I answered a question on scientology. People kind of assumed he was a scientologist. Because if you're married to a rab- easy you have to be and there was whispers out. There within the biz beck was a scientologist but he came out and said no. I just do my own little thing. I was never that. Don't make me that religion. But why's that truly all. The people married the. Tom cruise weren't scientologists where they Katie holmes and mimi rogers and nicole kidman. I don't think any of them were scientologists. Michael mike opinion full-fledged scientologists confirmed it says full-fledged scientologists which i think is I think it's the levels are super-low are you able to sum up scientology in two senses. L ron hubbard made a religion in there. Yeah you just pulled it out of his ass and that costs a lot of money. Yeah and it became one of those things that you had to get into in hollywood because the people that were in it were so influential and then they made it impossible to escape by a black male. How is that different than what jolo steam does. Jesus price well actually in my honest initial reaction to it i think therein lies the answer when i said jesus christ moving onto paul dano who is one of the best character actors of his generation i mean. He doesn't necessarily steel films because the rules that he takes are super ambitious for an actor because he's opposite of some heavy hitters one of my favorite films of all time little miss sunshine. He has a probably the most emotional role in that film as the brother who spoiler alert discovers these colorblind. It's not easy to hold your own. In a scene with daniel day lewis especially in there will be blood but paul. Dano found a way to do that and some moments even outshine daniel day-lewis paul dano Most people don't know him by name. Most people don't even know him by face. I'm not even sure that's going to be certain. After the batman movie comes out where he plays the ridler. The ridler were. He's wearing a mask for most of the picture. But paul. Dano is a very under appreciated actor. David and i know you're a big fan. Yeah i've been a big fan of him from the beginning i was thinking about. What my top. Five call data movie would be would be it. Movies would be. Because he's had so many. I take some issues not a character actor. He's a full-fledged leading.
News Talk 1130 WISN
"dano" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Of thousands of titles. Here's an I Heart radio podcast preview. Imagine you're walking down the street in New York City. As you walk you start to notice these posters was a picture of a drawing of a phone and a number. It's an apology. You step into a phone booth and dial. This is apology. Apology is not associated with the police or any other organizations, but rather as a way for you to tell people what you've done wrong and how you feel about it Talk for as long as she was. Thank you. What would you apologize for? I'm a transit cop. I want to apologize for all the bombs off my train. Absolutely. I don't. I got my girlfriend crazy because I'm white, female and rich. This is the story of that phone line for hitting my brother or not Voting Really not sorry. Cab. Yeah. Now conservative thought not Just talk. Welcome to the Dano tunnel show. Mhm. What are the most heartening things that I've seen in recent months has to be the pushback against the teaching of critical race theory in schools. Welcome back by the way. To the Dano Donald's show. I am Dan numbers to call to get in touch with the program. Academic mortgage talking text line. 414799 11 30 Toll free 1 808 389476. We are going to push back the unhinged liberal of the day until 10 50 Today I had just We just ran out of time I get rolling on stuff and you know what? I just plum forget. You know what one thing I'm totally going to forget about. So let's get about Let's get Right to it. We do have a pair of tickets to give away to go see Charlie Barons in January Great Wisconsin comedian at the Riverside Theater in Milwaukee. And I'll tell you what Going to make this fun. In order to win the ticket. We're going to take caller number 15. But If you call in How should we do this? You have got to tell Dave The first line of Lincoln's Gettysburg address. We use this as the You please tell me you Yeah, yeah. You, he said. He's like looking around. He's like, uh, wait a second. What? What is that? He's going to the computer like he needs to look it up. What kind of patriot are you? So call her number 15. You have got to read for producer. You know what? Let's make them do it on the air, actually. You got to do the first line of the Gettysburg address. 414799 11 31 808 38. 947. Yeah. You better confirm. They know it don't just put them on the air. And they say, uh, when, in the course of human events it because Yeah, ask not what your country can do for you, Basie, a shining city on the hill. You see, these are the things that How much you wanna bet how much you want to bet at some point. There's going to be someone who subscribes to critical race theory who believes that The Gettysburg Address was somehow racist. We're already we're already in the process of canceling Abraham Lincoln from Bascom Hill on the University of Wisconsin Madison's campus because he.
John Kerry visits China for climate mission talks
"Eh? We're talking to Sean Carberry, who writes on foreign policy and was a former NPR correspondent based in Kabul. Paul Dano Hara, Washington bureau chief for the BBC, and Nancy Yusef, national security correspondent for The Wall Street Journal. Speaking of China on Wednesday, the United States special presidential envoy for Climate John Kerry arrived in China ahead of an environmental summit being held by Joe Biden later this month. Carrie was expected to lay the ground for that meeting and urged Chinese officials tome or address climate change. Paul When we co thinking about shifting to China, the U. S and China are the two biggest polluters in the world. Can you tell us the significance of this trip and what pushed back? We've gotten from China on this. It's important it's you know, it's the first attempt to try and for this administration, try and sit down with the Chinese and starts work things out. The problem that America faces is it wants to be able to compartmentalize. Different issues with China. It was going to say, Let's get together and talk about climate and work it out because it's in their best interest, but also stay away from Taiwan and don't fiddle around here and don't do this on the Chinese Don't have that perspective. When it comes to foreign policy. They they don't put things in little boxes and treat them independently. They will not be able to Forget that America criticizes Chinese about other things while asking them for their support. The other thing the Chinese don't say, Well, look, you walked away from the Paris climate deal. You know, we've been plowing on We've been making more more commitments to carbon when you reducing carbon on reducing or the other greenhouse effect, and you spent four years basically going backward. So the Chinese are saying, we're not listening to you until you get your house in order. So America is trying to say We're back on the international stage when it comes to the environmental concerns and the Chinese the same. Well, we never left. So
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Ex-'Bachelor' contestant stripped of $1M fantasy sports win
"Yeah there's cheating when it comes to fantasy football as well daily fantasy football specifically on draftkings they have this contest called the millionaire maker and a former bachelor contestant the show the bachelor I tried out for twice and get past first round out of time I'm sorry man old wounds yeah well I'm glad I'm glad they're away with things worked out like but that's right a contestant jade Tolbert won the contest earlier this month by getting the top score in a contest that features of a hundred and five thousand entries days after the contest however that's when allegations of collusion and cheating and sued because jade's husband Tanner is a high volume Dani's you've daily fantasy player and on this weekend where jade won both jade and Tanner each entered a hundred fifty lines the Max is a hundred and fifty and decay has rules against this kind of pulling the other problem J. it isn't a sports fan she's made fun of Tanner's love fantasy football on social media on the show now the two were saying that they did this to have fantasy football be a family activity while draftkings doesn't seem to be buying it they move the person in second place this contest today up to first and released a statement saying that their gentle for general policy is not to comment on further matters whether this couple got the million dollars under the table remains unclear but this kind of thing has been going on for a long time when you're on a show like the bachelor you wore a face that is known a recognizable so hopefully the game gets cleaned
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Man charged in death of transgender teen missing for months
"New tonight a transgender teenager was found murdered in southwest Washington for accused killer is expected in court tomorrow eighteen year old Nikki could house and has been missing since June and cover police say her remains were found in a remote part of Clark County the cause of death is always found by the medical examiner's office there was some evidence that indicates there was to at least the potential some strangulation involved David Bob Dano is now facing second degree murder charges investigators believe she was killed after revealing that she was born male detective say the two have been talking on Snapchat and plan to meet the day she was last seen alive just last month communities across the country held a day of remembrance for trans gender victims of violence and that's on the human rights campaign's at least twenty two transgender and gender non conforming people have been killed in the U. S. so far and twenty
After Hours With Amy Lawrence
MLB trade deadline: Astros Make Big Moves
"Baseball will start with the trade deadline let's give you some of the notable deals Astros make the biggest move on Wednesday they acquire exact cranky from the Arizona Diamondbacks for for prospects the cubs get Nick casting Danos from the Tigers the Braves added two more relievers before the trade deadline they get Shane Greene from the Tigers and mark Milan soon from the giants the rays acquire his shoes Adil are from the brewers nationals also bolster their bullpen daily acquire three arms Daniel Hudson ruinous alliance and hunter Strickland athletics good tenor role work from the Reds Reds also send scooter genet to the giants as for on the field playing you the best team in the sport your LA
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Tesla's HR Chief Took a Leave of Absence Ahead of Musk Drama
"Tesla's. HR chief Has been on leave leave of absence during mosques craziness nine Tesla's head of human resources has been on leave Since the electric car maker Has dealt with a period of intense Craziness spurred on by their CEO Elon Musk He joined don't feel comfortable with those words if you. Could choose some softer gentler words to use so not so triggered e mushed Gabriel toilet dano palladino. Who joined tesla? As, the chief people officer what's his name again Gabriel told the dano. It ain't He started in may of two thousand seventeen he's confirmed it's confirmed that she Gabriel Gabriella she is on leave when reached by phone she declined to comment, further spokesperson wasn't immediately available she's fifty one years old when Tesla's highest, ranking women she reports directly. To Elon, Musk and was among a handful, of his executives who stood on stage with him at. The company's annual shareholder meeting in June a week later mosque announced that the car maker would dismiss. More than three? Thousand? Employees nine percent of the workforce As part. Of a push for the prophets that have largely eluded the company to date three thousand people are going to be gone at