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"david women" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

08:48 min | 4 months ago

"david women" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Was my experiences. Well river running david women. Yeah and then the other. I wanted just now give a shout out to john newsome because this is the panetta part so bat was chasing the obamas got close could not get. It got like a fundraiser funder. Who'd seen it. You know it was like this game of tag now could not. So then jon newsome calls me. She's at the white entity new. Like on this mannequin quest. And she calls me. She's at the white house. Correspondents dinner that used to so she's there and she's like any. I'm at a table with panetta. What do i do. And i'm like oh my god john you tell him yes to watch movie who executive produced okay. Will you do that. And she's like dude it's on and so she asked him. She went up to him and said i did this movie. Would you mind watching it. And can you get it to me. I'll watch it on air force one. And that's how that happened. So oh god for it was like this old girl. Slow network thing like crazy and yeah not just that they watched it. It's that panetta then enacted a bunch actual. I believe meaningful changes right. Yeah and i got a credit. Kirby i can i tell them i mean. Are you all board. I have to tell a story about okay. So this is where now. Okay it kirby's genius so when we were making that film we do we not only like get our subject stellar stories with them like like the secret sauce of what we do is we. We tell you a story like and you're really absorbed and we have these great characters but then we feed you all this information right then you like. You don't even know like a magic trick and you come out like you're smarter you're enlightened but you're also moved you give a damn you know so it's like so when we're doing that analysis of this issue. We kept asking experts. What's the answer. What's the fix and they're all like law. And kirby's like i think the only fixes to take adjudication outside the chain of command because then there can't be a conflict of interest if your commander rapes you. But there's a outside body completely independent much better chance of someone caring giving a damn than if it's within the hen house or the fox house or whatever it is and so every time we said that i was in those meetings with top analysts and former pentagon people and i we had a navy seal that meta through a friend like oh no never will happen. No no no. You can't put that in your movie not never do that. That's impossible. you don't understand unitary cohesion. You have to. The commander has to be all powerful all knowing yet at and curb is like you know at the you know we gotta do this. We got to put this in our film that bats what it is and cut to dome comes out two days later. It's common wisdom. We gotta take it up the chain of command. I swear to god so that's also instructive anyone. Making movies like don't be cowed by common wisdom. Like if you have if you see a through line suggested because the impossible becomes the obvious and You know it's our consciousness can shift. So kirby can you connect the dots between how the invisible war leads I believe quite directly to the hunting ground. A yes I mean we started to show the film on college campuses you know almost immediately and And then we started over the ness. I don't know six nine months. Maybe we started getting emails. Actual letters calls bat. This was happening on college. Campuses to and And we were actually like at that. We were like we don't want to make another film about sexual assault. you know. we don't we don't wanna get categorized strive young. We want to move somewhere else and And but it just kept we just getting this and so then we said okay. We have to look into it. And i mean i at the time i remember thinking it can't be as bad as in the military and then having i remember once having a really you know with an activist on one of the campuses having railing in-depth conversation. And you know it was it was and so Advantage point We we're working on something else but we decided we really have to make. This is sort of a repeat of what was going on in the military. This is another huge institution and in some ways could even be more influential. Because you're dealing with people who you know obviously going to be leaders and parents oftentimes are very powerful and it could. It can help change the culture nights so yeah so that's That's how we have been and we did that as well. And one of the things. I learned because we made a number of films and sexual assault is actually going back into the same subject. I think i knew. I thought i knew sexual assault. It wasn't entirely deeper education. That i got when i made hunting brown. And it's the same thing happened again when we date on the record and and even allenby pharaoh every time you go deeper because you're dealing with the different subject matter but you're actually you. You're starting from a place of knowledge all ready and so it's it's been a very rich experience to you. Know really pursue something over decades and also does to films bear witness to the power of testimony because it was students watching visible war. That said oh i maybe i can speak to. It's amazing like at any time we sat down with. I asked two hundred number. You're talking to us and there was a war. That was incredible to me that was so instructive. It wasn't like a small-scale thing we're talking about hundreds of students at dozens of schools where not necessarily granted easy access right. You guys have to you kind of depended on the students to to diy in their own way right now absolutely and i think what was was interesting as we shooting right beginning shoot right at the beginning of the student movement and i just want to add to what amy said is that they saw you know i think they saw invisible war in that became like a model. Like you know this already become you know there have been multiple congressional hearings around and everything and they saw that this that people were listening in another area and they could be. They had You know you know they thought perhaps we can change our up into that point. I think it was very hard for people to imagine that kinda change. I think that's why you saw the student movement takeoff so aggressively. I mean it was kind of shocking. Really that people were just right up against the school is still was slapping down and they were coming back. We'd be was very personal. They were really trying to damage. The school's reputation discussed the attempt to the school to protect their reputation. And i think they were energized by by the invisible war and empowered you know and they also more to curb his brilliance. Is that you know it's not just these anti what we also do is we. Don't just tell you these stories. We we have show you that there's a problem. A personal assault is actually part of a cultural complicit cultural context that allows it to occur with this kind of frequency Unity and no one had done that analysis before. And i think what the. That's what i think. Kirby was saying that they not only empower them to tell their stories and be like oh but they could recognize what was happening and recognize that it was happening. Not just to them but to others and recognize that it was the the cancer was embedded in a whole institutional system and it wasn't just a rare unique one off and i think that you know that was really empowering and shifted provoked a consciousness shift. People had done it. People had made that analysis. They just hadn't been done in documentary form quite that way. I think that. I mean the thing about documentaries. You're able to convey this. Incredibly powerful emotional experience in the subjects at the same time is amy was saying create an analysis in an overview. And that that sort of that sort of merges together you know gets welded together in.

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"david women" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

02:05 min | 10 months ago

"david women" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"I don't know if she's the survivor, she says she is or not. I think this is easily predictable. There will be people like, say, you David to say I don't believe it because of what she said in the past, right? So then. Media members on the left will call out anyone that questions her because all women should be believed. This was obviously traumatic. And this is just part of the misogyny that America has to get over. Right? You can see all this playing out and I'm with you, man. If I'm to be honest I'm listening to this and I'm like, I don't believe it. I don't believe it about the capital. Top that stared you down as far as sexual abuse. I don't I don't know a sexual assault. Whatever. I don't know. Going on your past. It's hard to believe things you say, Yeah. Then I'm looking at it. I'm like, okay? Yes, something you alluded to David Women were being told by CBP officers to drink out of the toilet. Okay, that's false. That was not true. That was debunked immediately, although it didn't garner the same. Kind of headlines that Her initial statement. God, you know, Would this have been a conversation we would have heard about years ago concerning her. You would think when she was a candidate when Cavanaugh was being Yeah, Well, it's a free man. I mean, this would have been the time but here's the pushback on it. Hey, if you're a survivor, sometimes you're not ready to talk about it yet. Okay, that's the pushback, but She's on Lee bringing this up because she mentions apologizing right And this is because there are some members of the Republican Party who want her to formally apologize for claiming that Senator Ted Cruz tried to murder her. She literally said Yes, Close tried to murder me. That's a crazy and so now knowing that full context, the reason why, she says this is because she's comparing people like Chip Roy, a Republican member of the House of Representatives, who wants her to apologize..

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"david women" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:10 min | 10 months ago

"david women" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Man talk about The doctor told him up forever, Baby, When you talk about My word. Oh, my God. He may wanna tell you, David Woman, just big girl. You don't miss stand. My baby. Yeah. Just a waste time, Damon so Let's say you let me Oh, we're way. You've been hurt. I know your love shy. You don't have to say, David. It's gonna take some time You got my heart. In the palm of your hands. Swell. It's gonna stay inundated him half a chance. You don't understand. My baby. Stay that way for the longest time. So for a matter Just say Let me Darling. Where Hollywood What's the matter like you were getting Oh, right. Oh, just say, um, Another restaurant area. Maybe. So you wanna be Sounds good. Stay that way. Following E mean that modulations have been hit by the Lightning vote. Michael Bolton.

"david women" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"david women" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"You gotta jar something loose. Yeah, You know, it's scary, you know? Talk about embarrassing, especially in high school. You would never live that one down. Ever. Yeah, So I just I wanted to ask you because that's what social media saying happened now and then you would know. No, That's funny, though. But I saw some of that all the jokes that were going on last night. Everything like that I thought was coming. It's great Social Media's great for the jokes. But in the end now he actually had had some cramping The Paul Pierce reference. So Paul Pierce did that right, right. And it came back with, like a wheelchair or something like that to act like something else was going on. Now. You don't want people to know. So you have, like a wheelchair. Wheel it back and all this kind of stuff like you actually. Yeah, they're only human. I mean, people got understand. Sometimes you gotta go. You gotta go. But I appreciate the theatrics Paul Pierce went. That's true, too. I'm here for the entertainment of those people who in the bathroom call from blow their nose where they're going to. Nobody thinks nothing. It happens. The women's room all the time. Really? What do they do, like, blow their nose pretending they're blood? They're like moving the toilet paper the Oh, they make noise here so that you know you don't hear things going on. I don't know what's happening in there really? A bathroom that doesn't go down to the men's room. You know you have somebody sounds like they got tuberculosis in this town. That's a cover for it happens here in the bathroom. Well, I wouldn't know I'm not in the women's bathroom here. Do you think it's so funny? Sound like you're in the bathroom? Nobody cares what you're doing in there. Yeah, You're in the bath. I think everybody knows the purpose here. Therefore, were they trying to hide it from you? Maybe it's you. They think you'll talk about it on the radio. You even see me in the stall, You know, like when you're in the stall, I heard Kathy was judgmental. Totally. Well, that's a fact way have no, We have no experience in the women's bathroom. But when it comes to women I'm going to the bathroom. You know, I don't judge in the bathroom. No, You don't have all the Who are you to judge? I'm the one that everybody runs out when they see me. Sure. Yeah. Same time cleared out. Oh, yeah. Robin hardy walking, because I'll see you later. You're the one that was responsible for the bathroom. Mix up about the bomb like I'm gonna blow this up. No, No, but I'm the one they used to put, you know. Note on the door occupied Kathy's in here. Yeah. Kathy's use the third floor. It's fine. Oh, yeah. They're not going in there If they know she's in there Now, the girls that work on our floor on the third floor. They know they stay out that in fact, they don't go back in the rest of the day. They'll go use another floor bathroom. What about the dudes in this building? They all go to the basement. That's what I hear. Yeah, I don't know that. That's what I'm here, although Dude said that they got the basement to go the bathroom on the second floor. Just what I'm telling myself, I guess ruin this thinking for secret, man. No, because nobody goes to the second floor. And you got Alford in the bathroom with the colognes and the mints. Oh, my goodness. Oh, that. Yeah, That's not a good visual kind of a good mental picture there. I never know whether to tip him or not. I don't know if it's covered, you know? Well, I can't stand. You know, Bathroom attendants. I hate it. I just can't. Yes, that bothers me. Never know. Because then you gotta make awkward conversation afterwards. Yeah, just destroyed that toilet. What do you know? It's cool. How you been, man? What a horrible job That would be, But you know, in the right night club or restaurant. Those guys make good money, but still, it's a horrible job is in the bathroom. I mean, that would be the worst. David Women's bathrooms. Yeah, do they? Yeah, that's just a crappy job. It is a crappy job, and then you don't know how much you how do you know what you do You know how much you're supposed to tip in there? I think it's a bit of a dollar. It's a shakedown. I don't know. I'm just like here. Just take it. You're just like giving him money. Like I don't know what money. I'm just just take it. Take it. All of you. Tip a dollar, right? You usually are just taking a paper towel and then grabbed three minutes on your way out right now. Okay. And some gum e. I always I always sprayed my hair a little bit. Well, see, I don't I don't want that. I don't want to cologne. I don't want to compete with the cologne I'm already wearing. I don't need to smell like I just Well, what about a direct on the war? Yeah. You want a piece of gum or candy? I don't even want the paper towel. I can get my own paper. I try to avoid him. I don't make eye contact with him. And then they're right in front of you with the paper talent. Okay, knock me out with a right cross trying to deliver paper towels to the public hair dryer. It's fine. They blocked the paper towel dispenser. He stands in front of it. I mean, that's a smart marketing move. I get it..

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"david women" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"david women" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Precursor to Cove in 19. How exactly did it start? In 2012. I interviewed David Woman, the author of Spillover Animal Infections and the Next Human Pandemic Stars did not start with humans. Stars emerged from an animal somewhere in southern China was a mystery for awhile, which animal it emerged from. And it got into people by way of restaurants. Probably that we're serving wild animals in what they called the wild flavor Vogue in southern China. And then it got into a man, a doctor who decided to visit his nephew. It was wedding in Hong Kong. So he went to Hong Kong and checked into a hotel and from that hotel in Hong Kong stars spread to the world. Hello? That Hours hours, maybe a couple of days. A man thinks Dr checked into room 9 11 on the ninth floor of the Metropol hotel, and he may have sneezed. He may have coughed in the elevator and people happened down the ninth floor, then left that hotel the following day. Got on planes for Toronto. Singapore, Beijing and Hanoi. And carried the SARS virus with them. 78 year old grandmother flew back to Toronto. She was getting sick on the way she eventually landed in Toronto. She died by the time she died, Her son was infected. He went into the hospital. He died. People in the hospital got sick. Some of them died and that went on in these several cities. It all came from a virus and that virus came from a wild animal. In retrospect, we know that the animal was a bet, and sometimes they pass from non human animals into humans, and they don't cause disease. They become innocent passengers, new viruses that were carrying around Without any effect. There's one called simian, foamy virus that falls into that category passes from monkeys in South East Asia into the humans who sometimes feed monkeys in sacred monkeys of monkey temples. And this virus jumps across simian foamy virus. One of the scientists I followed Lisa Johns Angle studies that but simian foamy doesn't cause disease. Yet it's sort of an indicator of opportunities for other viruses to pass. And that's why she studies Is one of those other viruses could be. The next, sirs. We recently had on Bill Wasiq and Monica Murphy with with Rabbit and, of course, Monica is a veterinarian. She explained. How that's khun very quickly and simply just think they fluttered by you, But in fact, they broken the skin just had lunch with Bill. That's a very interesting book. There. You got a very interesting and we can understand about the monkeys. This doesn't explain how a gorilla could give you a disease that No, because I would run from a gorilla. Yes, well, that's that's rational whether the gorilla has a disease or not, but gorillas air involved in Ebola, Actually, What started me on this whole book project was I was at a campfire in the forest in Central Africa in the midst of a sort of across Congo walk something I was covering for National Geographic and at this camp fire. I was talking with these two local guys to ban two guys who were working on this trick and they started telling me about the time Ebola virus struck their village. One of them lost six family members. He had a niece who died in his arms. He was covered with her blood, but he didn't get sick. And then the other fella told me, you know. There was a peculiar thing to when Ebola struck our village nearby in the forest. He and I saw a pile of 13 dead gorillas, a pile of 13 dead girls in the force, and I knew From my reading of the literature that Ebola kills gorillas and chimpanzees as well as humans. That was the moment that was 12 years ago. But I never got that image that phrase out of my mind. 13 dead gorillas near the Ebola struck village, It represented the connectedness..

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"david women" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

09:51 min | 1 year ago

"david women" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Host and senior writer and editor for Big Fight Weekend Marquees John's mark. He's got with us today. Don Doing. Is Always, and tonight, we have a special guest here coming out of Tosa, Oklahoma currently undefeated one in Oh David Perez is joining us this week. IS THEY'RE? Doing well doing well. So marquees. You've been doing a little research on David. David is pretty impressive. I had a chance to watch some videos of him and they also kind of call you king. David. We're going to show you a little bit of video why that might be the case. Those David's I fight in his debut against Gabriel. Taku won a four round. Decision what me back to that because the clip didn't show this I want to catch us as well. 'cause you. You caught him David Woman overhand right twice once it was ruled a slip i. mean you you call them. So walking back to your back to your pro, how'd you feel about it? Really great about it. I really enjoyed it. It's just another villain. Just. Coming out like the atmosphere having everyone out there like having a little bit. You know a little nervous but not. Just for the people there because there's a big crowd but a gray felt like you know, I, started off trying to figure out first round as the round pick up started getting timing better. I started seeing more places for that right hand in the like I said, the second drop them you just like a is game aubrey not really try get no matter their the gals road strong. So I think he had a good Chin and he was soon as most people whenever they all you know they come they get back up and it just like they're not even trying to win anymore. But this guy was game the whole fight. I noticed that too because one thing I realized in the fight as well and you saw that in the video as well he kept pressing the action regards was landing or not. You know it's kind of you did this Erkki Jerky thing where it was kind of awkward. So I thought he's trying to come up a little bit I. saw you pick them up in the second or third round one thing I know just from him just in general and if You've got into record him beforehand. Did you was there anything that he saw in between that second and third round that you'd be adjustment for because the one thing I saw that he was doing and I think you may have noticed as to when he would he would he would come in and then you'll cut a lunch. I think at one point near the end of the fight he he felt like this weird bar haymaker even you grinned at the video caught. which which which at that point he I think he realized that yeah this isn't going to work out but was there anything that he did out of the ordinary that you haven't seen before? Out of the ordinary, not not that I haven't seen it just like you said, he was very herky-jerky. He was kind of through a lot of ride while on just so whenever he threw that leave works. Men when he off the back of this guy's not gonNA end. He literally like looked like a store in ego just coming out what is is Wayne it would just too obvious like it's OK. Walberg Tom Mike, you're GONNA hit somebody gets come straight out you know you wing it it's too much time to build it's going to vote but now other than that on acolyte wide conscious really gave me tells really able to see what he was doing. He was fond where everything through faints he would react. So let's what really helped me do a lot is being able to give getting to react and set the track. One thing I noticed about you. Is that you're known as being very quick and accurate, and so by the end of that match. Gabriel had a quite different look on his face. He was kind of stammering. He was about to fall over right at the decision point. So you certainly Jim over. Old. I. Out Thirty six. Toes a little bit about your trading in the engine room I know you work out of there with coach Aaron Sloan tells about that. Does pretty sense I'm really glad to have Aaron Asthma coach. Mother coach Dennis, Skipper A. Above very well. So a lot of the times like preparing for that fight it was a lot of just rs strength and conditioning never we're working on the bags, the midst or just focusing on our because the one thing about the sky was he added an amateur background, the videos that we got to see of him he looked very. Rough very rugged. Eating Look Berry polly's. So he just looked like he was a game fighter come and fight. So we definitely knew that using a not trying to box me to try to rub me up a bit. Slow? That's why I started off slow China pig. Apar- heating respect media. Once he felt my power whenever his whole inau so gained plan shades 'cause everyone saw the look on. He was very aggressive. Never stopped comb. You just once he felt me he was like, Oh, I got I got sick of the way I come in on you know..

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"david women" Discussed on Hollyweird Paranormal

Hollyweird Paranormal

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"david women" Discussed on Hollyweird Paranormal

"People in this industry like in the pair normal sometimes like what we're looking for is not really there, but other times. What's there's looking for for you and. You when? When you least expect it, Hashtag. My story of frank will never forget him. It's weird. This is completely unfounded. Just my personal opinion, but I think there is if we talk so much about the energy you bring. Tonight investigation and I think you've talked about it so deftly about people who go to David Almonds House for example or Anywhere in there so like we're GONNA do this. And then the ghost is going to do this. And then like their energy so intent and focused on getting well. The experience that that energy blocks out. The ten thousand delicate. It's not like you're a ghost isn't like popping up and Patrick swayze new. Very rarely. Is that happening often? It's like be subtle. Things was a I was taking photo, and like later I realized or I just got a weird feeling, and then later there was orbs around me, or it's the these very subtle little whispers, and if you come in with your like blustery energy, love that enthusiasm love that lake excitement. But the potential is there that you're pushing out whatever else might be trying to occupy the room like if we enter a room? We're entering energy exactly an intent you know again. It's just I. Mean I always bring up David? Omens House because he so open to the investigations. The thing is he does a lot of public investigations and private, but mainly public and I tell you there's some people that I've met there that are just like God. There's some of them are bananas, and yes, it's like they come in there with the worst attitude like it's like ego and. Being so pompous I guess is a good word. Also throw out there like the the most annoying people that I've met in his investigations were his public investigations are the ones that are like well. You know I'm empathic and I feel and I sense. Have to be the one in the air the wanted. It more they send more, and I love the ones they're like A. They're angry unlike who's angry, the spirits that are here. They're really really angry that we're doing this unlike girl. You're here doing the same thing that we're doing, but you pay the eighty bucks to come here and here. We are like I think are a little more angry about that. Lack of toenail Polish on your pedicured cured foot for one. I. Think people come in with a preconceived notion that they're gonNA, make communication with this with the entities of the victims of the Sharon tate murder, but after investigating that house for a year. It's so much more than that like people don't understand. It's Benedict Canyon and it's. It's so lively and it so active, and the thing is when we were there. Yeah, maybe part of it was that it was just the three of us, but. I. I had no expectations and I often enter spaces. Just thinking like nothing's really going to happen I sometimes feel like the cooler if you've ever seen that movie. I. Don't really think anything's going to happen like whether that's because I'm so actively being like pleased on the net can happen or just, because like I just go into it with that expectation, but that night at the own houses, such a good example because it was like, and he kept saying like. Wow, they really active. What her they were. Just to say it, but Bryce they were because it's like you came in your just open minded and they were really notice me. Hey, Hey, bitch! Bitch over here on the. Dome and how we talk about a lot, but I think one of the reasons. Such good experience is because since he does offer to the public, you can do get this wide range of people some who are just there to like experience somewhere there for their ego. Some who are there for? God knows what else in between, so it's like these different like something the videos that he would show us. See the reactions in different kinds of experiences of just like? They're experiencing this thing because like the what they they're bringing to the table versus just. Essentially happening and one hundred percent like don't get me wrong like I. I love David Women in his house and I've met a who are still to this day. One of my good friends in the city. If you guys ever have a chance, definitely go check his house out. At the I think it's the.

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"david women" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"david women" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The comments on Mike Bloomberg Mike Bloomberg's a racist don't you understand he's not racist and we're gonna take your calls now and of course continue our conversation will jump over to Pete your next welcome to the program Hey listen two things will talk about Bloomberg we've got a major problem with the here did did you park your car out there at the lawn and garden center Walmart by the two fifteen indicator it's easy to see that as a as America than the ads that Nevada and what a mess I mean these people are met the needs of the wealthy this is a wealthy area people come in Inglewood would drive in nineteen ninety nine a five thousand dollar pickup trucks they can either for their own health insurance but but we just can't let the people die we we're we're going to have to provide for these people whether Dianne no and I have no problem with that I mean I've never had a problem with helping the poor and the needy isn't that what the Medicaid's systems for at the society and society we're going to have to practice socialistic medical care for the time being into American get themselves in shape yeah but you know what that means I mean think about it this way you got Medicare which is a tremendous mess they overpay for everything when Medicare charges I was in the financial business for twenty five years before I jump into talk radio and and you know Medicare they just don't do a good enough job they overspend over pay on procedures and they're a mess and we're really going to trust the government to actually have Medicare for all I mean are you willing to spend seventy percent of your income and tax I've been a major problem in the long haul truck driver I can tell you that there is a massive movement of people mainly from the south Chicago minimum coming to Vegas for getting on the internet looking what's on the internet and then you get in a greyhound bus and they come to Vegas we're gonna have to build jails we're gonna build three brand new jails within the next ten years or we're gonna have terrible terrible crime wave then I agree with that I agree with let me ask you are these going to be public jails where the feds funded are we talking about private jails well I prefer the private but it's just it's just give me a minute matter which is more efficient worse word which works the best well you know private works real well because you got capitalism in there and you got the competition to keep things down what if people disagree and say these private jails ridiculous they're hurting our our infrastructure that and see that I see that we need them and if there's wealthy people that are going to invest in these private jails we're gonna need to house people somewhere that make crime and if the government is going to write the checks then we know we got to go to the private sector I just don't agree with the socialist as her health care let me ask you a question again are you willing to have a seventy percent income tax rate for this no we're gonna have to figure it out but I'm just I'm just so there's no other way during the long haul truck driver I get the big picture and there's no one with the blooming on a very near horizon is a massive problem that we're going to and I get it but you know seventy percent income tax is not the answer so that means every dollar you earn you only keep three dollars of it let me put it this way every thousand you earn you only keep three hundred and seven hundred goes to the government and we get free health care we get free everything that doesn't sound like a good deal to me where is the incentive for you to want to go on long hauls anymore I don't have all the answers David women say one thing about Bloomberg this is kind of a in his favor here in the New York many many times snow New Jersey New York the whole east coast and there is it is it to explain displaying the art and you just have to explain that the one big regret yeah and then it is in this grid and you've got a lot of power struggle between different entities no who's going to contrast Chicago who didn't pick up the trash contract right non non stop it goes on all day long did he I'm I'm visiting he said that his office and you have to listen to all this junk that comes out about who won this who wants that and so I I did the guy some credit as to put number the baloney that goes on in New York City well you know Giuliani did the same thing the one thing that was so great about Giuliani is when he was elected mayor New York was an **** prostitution drugs chaos and gangs everywhere Giuliani took on the mob and clean it up Bloomberg benefited from that and I'm not seeing Bloomberg didn't have smarts obviously you don't start Bloomberg media with not being a smart guy I can't take away him not being a smart guy he is a smart guy I just don't think he's qualified to run the presidency based on this globalism this and that that this almost what seems to be in essence a little socialism in there as well I think it's going to hurt the economy in a significant way I just the I think the stock market will crash because of it all right thing P. balanced I appreciate the call Pete and the comments no I'm not in favor of socialistic healthcare shoot me and ask Canada do you know that it takes a woman six months to get a mammogram she feels a lump on her breast six months she'll die of cancer and you want this American and you want to pay seventy percent in income tax to get it why do you think chic's and Saudi royalty and people of influence from all to America the procedures because we have the best medical procedures the best medical facilities and the best medicine on the face of god's green earth you won't have that with seventy percent in income tax with Medicare for all no it was real simple the healthcare issue could have been resolved but McCain the spiteful old **** decided to vote down I'm a care completely because he had such a hatred for trump that that was what he decided to do before his death I know that to be on a re you don't have to believe it and I don't care if you do US troops plan and most people with common sense have said and I've been one of them long time open up health insurance across state lines and then you compete so that means if there's a company in Texas that has a lower premium you have the right to buy your insurance in Texas if you want to bite into that if you want to buy it in North Carolina you know what that does friends it keeps competition it means that people in the insurance companies will actually try to lower premiums to get your business they will be forced to lower premiums they will be forced to service you better they will be forced to lower costs they will be forced to pay for your procedures that is how you do it let the free market be the free market.

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"david women" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"david women" Discussed on WJR 760

"The business ethics for the decision making or the people skills Aaron every single now every time you eat what's in the box we learn how to think outside of it so raise a glass of milk and raise our chances to reach our potential the mayor denying you I'm Devin I'm Hannah I'm Giuliana called I'm a livia I'm so funny okay the girl scout cookie program think outside the box two rockets landing inside a heavily fortified green zone in Baghdad home of the US embassy in a rock this happened this afternoon according to Iraqi military Clarissa ward reports from Beale Arax as well no injuries were reported this could be the start of things to come after the recent take down of the Iranian general Soleimani and the Iranian missile response we don't know who was responsible for this rocket attack whether it was one of the Shiite militias that is in fact loyal to Iran but certainly this underscores the very real vulnerabilities that US forces and also civilians are facing following a classified briefing on Capitol Hill many Republicans say the trump administration made a successful case for killing runs top general but democratic congresswoman Alyssa Slotkin for Michigan is bringing the house a resolution that would rein in presidential war powers I'm glad that the events of the past you know forty eight hours seem to have been for the time being settling out I think it's extremely important that we as a country for going to either intentionally or accidentally sliding to war that we have a debate about that Democrats say they're not yet convinced that president trump acted appropriately when he authorized that drone strike the Republican senator Marco Rubio though says the president acted within the realm of previous congressional authorization this administration is not talking about invading Iran or starting another goal for four or five massive should deployments running that for for a massive extended deployment inside the territory of a wrong or anything of that nature it is talking about what it will do if we are attacked that it's called self defense a former girls basketball coach has been charged after police say he sent sexually explicit text to a student forty eight year old David woman of Chesterfield township coaching the girls basketball team at Utica Eisenhower he was arrested earlier this week he faces multiple charges and faces up to ten years in prison if he's convicted gas which state has been selected as best in the world for outdoor enthusiasts Michigan has been chosen by the trouble publication trip savvy as the best place anywhere on earth for those who love the outdoors the national publication describes it as a paradise spread across two peninsulas some of the places they say are tops on the globe include the sleeping bear dunes Mackinaw bridge to common and falls pictured rocks while royal and the tunnel of trees on in nineteen trip savvy concludes Michigan as a sanctuary for hikers shipwreck divers and those who love to fish can wriggles K. W. J. R. news a good day on Wall Street today as the Dow closed up one hundred and sixty one points the nasdaq was up sixty four W. J. R. news summary Osborne will have more the Mitch album show in two minutes better life with Dr Sanjay Gupta believe it or not I've got a warning about losing weight about the sun to get seen as chief medical correspondent the number one thing you can do for your health is not to smoke still the leading cause of preventable death after that though it's overweight and obesity and what we usually say it's never too late to make changes for the better an interesting new report says there could be a surprising consequence to losing weight later in life the site is out of China but the data came from more than thirty six thousand people age forty in over here in the.

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"david women" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"david women" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"His relationship with the president first news live from NPR news in Washington I'm Laxmi saying another state department officials appear before behind closed doors before the democratic led house panel conducting the impeachment probing to president Donald Trump lawmakers are questioning career diplomat Jennifer Williams as they continue to examine whether the president use hundreds of millions of dollars in military aid as leverage to press Ukraine to dig up dirt on a political rival well vice president Mike pence is a testifies before impeachment investigators pence's staunchly defending president trump on the campaign trail the American people have the transcript of the president's call and they can see there was no quid pro quo the president did nothing wrong the vice president was in New Hampshire where he stood in for trump to formally at the president's name to the state's Republican primary ballot former Attorney General Jeff sessions is expected to announce plans to run for his old US Senate seat from Alabama and peers Debbie Elliot reports if sessions qualifies by the Friday deadline he'll shake up an already crowded field of six Republicans challenging the first term incumbent Democrat Doug Jones a Jeff sessions comeback bid could be hampered by his soured relationship with president trump who has his highest approval rating in the nation in Alabama session spent twenty years in the Senate before joining the trump administration but he stepped down as Attorney General after being repeatedly mocked by trump angered that sessions recused himself from special counsel Robert Muller is Russia investigation the other Republican candidates are campaigning on that fallout weakening session standing with Alabama voters former Auburn football coach Tommy Tuberville tweeted that sessions is a career politician who quote failed the president at his point of greatest need Debbie Elliot NPR news as a result of a rare collaboration between the US and China Chinese court has sentenced nine people for smuggling fentanyl into this country one defendant was sentenced to death with a two year reprieve to others got life in prison six additional defendants receive lesser sentences the US over your crisis is claim more than four hundred thousand lives since two thousand the Chinese government says Beijing and Washington will remove tariffs and stages if they can reach an interim trade deal we have details from peers Emily Fang a commerce ministry spokesperson said China and the US have agreed to begin rolling back tariffs imposed during a prolonged trade war but only after the two sides region in term trade deal China has repeatedly urged the US to roll back all tariffs as soon as possible negotiators said not Tober they were moving towards an interim agreement in which China would buy more American agricultural products and technology components in return for a reduction in tariffs such a quote phase one deal could be the foundation for a final trade deal but critics of the interim agreement say it failed to address more systemic barriers to fair competition American businesses face in China that's Emily Fang this is NPR news in Italy the Holocaust survivor has been put under police protection after receiving threats from ultra right activists NPR Sylvia put Jolie reports is the latest sign of a rise in anti semitic and racist incidents in Italian society Italian media report that eighty nine year old Auschwitz survivor Deanna cigna has been placed under police escort last month figure who is also with senator for life call for the creation of a parliamentary commission to investigate hate racism and antisemitism after revealing that she is subject to some two hundred attacks on social media each day that is triggered one of the most intense confrontations with anti semitism since the end of fascism in nineteen forty five parliament approved her proposal but without the votes of right wing parties my Tilson VD leader of the anti immigrant league charge the motion would prevent his followers from pro claiming Italians first while former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi said it would limit free speech so people dryly NPR news Rome an Australian former military lawyer told the Associated Press that he's opting to defend himself when he stands trial next year on the charge of leaking classified documents to reporters with the Australian broadcasting corporation according to the AP David woman pride admits to sharing documents with the journalists who reported in twenty seventeen on growing concerns among defense officials of the culture of Australia special forces the network also invested a claims that troops killed on our men and children.

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"david women" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"david women" Discussed on KGO 810

"So much for taking my call please call me John please call me John John thank you I am in a bipartisan marriage forty two years and one of the things that you mentioned as about how this is like finely Mitch McConnell is saying is very wrong and that is what we find so difficult in understanding the leadership of the president because we're used to how the whoever's in office to at least the form and discuss with other branches the form taking an action that is as radical as if it feels like this one was maybe the goal is to remove people are people on this and look for that can do it in a way that is militarily sound and overturning and we're just baffled just baffled and I I thank you for raising up the question I'm so much we'll deal what is unique about this president he's he consulted with nobody he didn't consult with the center of the house he didn't consult with military leaders he do this unilaterally in a phone conversation and and and I'm befuddled I mean how do you account for the president of the United States acting unilaterally on such a serious matter without asking anybody really got along he said we didn't have troops in Syria and of course we did yeah this is unconscionable right right so I want to thank you for rating yet and I feel like everybody on both parties need seven raise up the question and how do we get out of there what is the military way what is the political lay or something you know and said because we need to build confidence beyond yes this action because all the outlays that were supposedly in partnership with will begin to destroy all right the Israelis are very concerned they say we put our faith in the United States and we're not sure we can trust them anymore in fact that statement was made by Naftali Bennett is now a member of the Israeli parliament he's on the right in Israel he's the guy who by the way his parents lived in San Francisco want to Lowell high school were married armored so you did yeah and and and not only that it is saying we can't trust the United States that is all right merry I appreciate the fact you're listening and I really appreciate your call thanks I appreciate you bringing up this way okay thank you so much merry bird emails my question is if US troops and stayed in northern Syria without a prevented Turkey from invading the in the answer is yes they would've and the second question is did trump give colonel on his go because of the financial interest in Turkey yeah trump has a lot of financial interests in Turkey we know that does this have an impact I hope that the house will look into the emoluments clause of the constitution and see whether there is a conflict of interest we have never seen anything like this I I tell you the only equivalency well let me think about this for a minute wait wait maybe I'm wrong let me think about this David woman's book the abandonment of the Jews and perhaps there are Vietnamese listen to the sound of my voice who will tell you that the United States after firm commitments abandoned South Vietnam well I don't want to you know discuss about the Vietnam War but our reputation for sticking with our allies I think it's been greatly diminished I appreciate the opportunity to remind you of that no Darlene before we go to break Darlene says what are we doing to look what we are doing to the Kurds is unforgivable trump knew this was going to happen but now he's pro testing now he's being criticized for killing our allies and she thanks me for covering this important issue supporters she said we'll go with trump no matter what he does trump no zero about the Middle East and yet he is the commander in chief unbelievable Darlene the fact is he has no national security support system no state department support system the military wasn't consulted he didn't even know evidently we have troops in Syria.

"david women" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

07:07 min | 2 years ago

"david women" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"And Brazilian prisons a notorious for bang some of the toughest ten demise. The volunteer in the world in the early nineteen seventies conditions were particularly killilea overcrowded unsanitary unsafe Indian humane with infectious diseases such as to Berkeley Isis and dengue fever spreading easily. Uh the average life expectancy for prison was loud and it was almost unheard of for an inmate to survive in jail for fifteen years with the dying of disease or at the hands of an enemy. Aurora prison in Sao Paulo Webpage renew would be serving when he's gone was one of the roughest with brutal bashing occurring daily and deaths almost as frequent dozens of prisoners. Was Sometimes Tom sold in a single small so when there was no David enough room to lie down prison. Guards were considered insensitive crude and indifferent and the worst of them were sadistic go corrupt and willing to accept abroad to break rules de underpay numbered. 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He plotted he's motives. Methodically often befriending his target. I've awake so months or sharing food or belongings with them and David lowering dead offenses by hugging them so before striking when they least suspected renews mother and grandmother came to visit every wake one not hotter visit from his mother. He went to Sligo League while he stayed up. Drinking snorting cocaine and gambling. Petrini woke up to use the toilet and noticed some of these so mates were acting strangely turning down the radio as he passed the next day. He called prisoners snaking glances at him in the yard and to notice today abruptly changed their topics of conversation when he approached he headed to the g area to begin his to our work which involved lifting makeshift weights fashioned from plastic bottles. Filled with water taught thought to wait their end of a broomstick during his workout again approached and summoned Petrini to the prison. Director's office to the director. Informed him that his mother Manuela Hood Regas had been hacked to death by machete while she slept reports of the Moda had been broadcast broadcast on local radio. which teammates had heard but no one wanted to obey the one to tell him Pellegrini's father pitcher Rigas senior had been charged with the murder and taken into custody hedge renew accepted the offer to say he's mother there in the morgue before her burial as he stood either her coffin? He vowed to avenge her death awake. Aleida he was told his paternal aunt had visited the prison and left. They came for him as a peace offering. Petrini divided the desert among his soul mates in the stray dogs. The some some of the prisoners kept his pets soon after one. Poppy started vomiting and another collapsed. One of these so mites also began vomiting. The cake was tested revealing. It had been laced with poison. peds renew was interrogated and transferred to another penitentiary. The same one where his father was being held a bulldozer. Andrew Haridas senior was locked away in a different section of the prison for his own safety one day pedigree new called of God to his cell under the guise of being ill using a Naf he had managed to acquire. He threatened the God and took away his gun in case he used the gun to ship at other gods into a so locking them in before making his way to the block where his father was being held. The other inmate promptly scattered hedger's senior did not attempt to run but instead student a KUNA near award as Bedroo- approached his father said you are right. My son depicted grappled and fell to the ground. ADRENAL COM on top. Abe's father and stabbed him. Twenty two times one blow more than perjury senior had administered to..

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"david women" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

07:07 min | 2 years ago

"david women" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"And Brazilian prisons a notorious for bang some of the toughest ten demise. The volunteer in the world in the early nineteen seventies conditions were particularly killilea overcrowded unsanitary unsafe Indian humane with infectious diseases such as to Berkeley Isis and dengue fever spreading easily. Uh the average life expectancy for prison was loud and it was almost unheard of for an inmate to survive in jail for fifteen years with the dying of disease or at the hands of an enemy. Aurora prison in Sao Paulo Webpage renew would be serving when he's gone was one of the roughest with brutal bashing occurring daily and deaths almost as frequent dozens of prisoners. Was Sometimes Tom sold in a single small so when there was no David enough room to lie down prison. Guards were considered insensitive crude and indifferent and the worst of them were sadistic go corrupt and willing to accept abroad to break rules de underpay numbered. Did staff largely left prisoners to their right divorces. God's would handed the keys to internal locks to whichever inmates were running the show with their own job confined to securing the outside of the prison weapons drugs and David Women was smuggled in on occasion the the most inmates the only way to stay safe was to join a gang that provided protection gang warfare pitted criminals from different cities against each other and the resulting battles with an end imprison as being decapitated or disembowel out in displays of power Hendry. We knew went to prison. Young Haven Brazilian standards where half vol- male prisoners were aged between twenty twenty-nine even the grim reputation of regional. Prisons was well known he was completely unprepared for what awaited him. In his autobiography he wrote by the time I went through processing began to understand what all would go through the so was small. There was no mattress. There was nothing just the frozen concrete floor. There was no Shayla it was just a war and also there was no toilet. There was only a hole in the floor. As the newest arrival. Petrie news sleeping area was closest to the toilet hall. From the moment he arrived. He's crimes reputation and to notoriety. Made him the target of other prisoners with the help of a soulmate Petrini fashioned enough by sharpening spoon into a point that he carried with him at all times when he first entered. The prison is in yard. Five men surrendered him while other inmates solemnly watched on reports differ as a what happened next but three of the men who Bush patron you were killed and the remaining two were badly wounded. It quickly became known depend. Genie would kill without hesitation Shen when he wasn't using makeshift sheaves or illegally obtained weapons. He relied on his hands to break fellow prisoners necks. He taught himself martial arts and trained himself to withstand pain punching the walls of his cell until our cabin blood. He plotted he's motives. Methodically often befriending his target. I've awake so months or sharing food or belongings with them and David lowering dead offenses by hugging them so before striking when they least suspected renews mother and grandmother came to visit every wake one not hotter visit from his mother. He went to Sligo League while he stayed up. Drinking snorting cocaine and gambling. Petrini woke up to use the toilet and noticed some of these so mates were acting strangely turning down the radio as he passed the next day. He called prisoners snaking glances at him in the yard and to notice today abruptly changed their topics of conversation when he approached he headed to the g area to begin his to our work which involved lifting makeshift weights fashioned from plastic bottles. Filled with water taught thought to wait their end of a broomstick during his workout again approached and summoned Petrini to the prison. Director's office to the director. Informed him that his mother Manuela Hood Regas had been hacked to death by machete while she slept reports of the Moda had been broadcast broadcast on local radio. which teammates had heard but no one wanted to obey the one to tell him Pellegrini's father pitcher Rigas senior had been charged with the murder and taken into custody hedge renew accepted the offer to say he's mother there in the morgue before her burial as he stood either her coffin? He vowed to avenge her death awake. Aleida he was told his paternal aunt had visited the prison and left. They came for him as a peace offering. Petrini divided the desert among his soul mates in the stray dogs. The some some of the prisoners kept his pets soon after one. Poppy started vomiting and another collapsed. One of these so mites also began vomiting. The cake was tested revealing. It had been laced with poison. peds renew was interrogated and transferred to another penitentiary. The same one where his father was being held a bulldozer. Andrew Haridas senior was locked away in a different section of the prison for his own safety one day pedigree new called of God to his cell under the guise of being ill using a Naf he had managed to acquire. He threatened the God and took away his gun in case he used the gun to ship at other gods into a so locking them in before making his way to the block where his father was being held. The other inmate promptly scattered hedger's senior did not attempt to run but instead student a KUNA near award as Bedroo- approached his father said you are right. My son depicted grappled and fell to the ground. ADRENAL COM on top. Abe's father and stabbed him. Twenty two times one blow more than perjury senior had administered to..

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"david women" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"david women" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Engaging our forces engaging our national interest in the region. Is a dangerous thing to do is extend to which they believe they can get away with engaging our force without us responding puts both parties in the place of severe miscalculation. So they shouldn't engage in that activity Selva characterize US forces sent to the reach. As defensive but also part of a larger strategy. The pressure is on the relief today pressure is Gary news. Come to the table so far, though, that's not happening. David woman, pure news, Washington. The number of candidates for Britain's Conservative party leadership has been whittled down to five NPR's fibia, Quist arcton in London reports that hours after Tuesday's second round voting the remaining contestants faced off from front of informa- London. Mayor Boris Johnson chose not to take part in Sunday's channel four television debate, but he agreed to the BBC debate with the four other remaining candidates. He beat earlier in the second secret ballot of conservative party members of parliament during a scrappy and often noisy debate dominated by Brexit candidates, constantly talk, leverage other drowning out hormone of Tory party MP's will pay down the leadership candidates in another vote Wednesday and by Friday to hopefuls should emerge as Britain's next potential prime minister when a postal vote. Goes out to one hundred sixty thousand conservative party members is expected next month or feB equa Stockton, NPR news, London from Washington. You're listening to NPR news. The House Judiciary committee is set to interview. Former White House communications director ho picks today Hicks agree to a closed door interview after cooperating with a special counsel's Russia investigation. She's been directed, not to answer questions regarding her tenure as a senior presidential advisor, according to a letter sent yesterday to committee, chairmen, Jerrold, Nadler, native American groups in Nebraska, are holding traditional all night week in honorably activist Franklin MIR as a home, Omaha public radio's Emily Chen Newton reports the MIR died Sunday at the age of sixty nine thank Lemaire was a prominent member of the winnebago tribe of Nebraska. He's best remembered for successfully fighting to ban alcohol sales near the pine ridge reservation where staggering rates fetal alcohol syndrome have been reported. A vigil was held for Lemere Monday night.

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"david women" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"david women" Discussed on KCRW

"Engaging, our national interests in the region is a dangerous thing to do. So the extent to which they believe they can get away with engaging, our force without us responding puts both parties in place of severe miscalculation said they shouldn't engage in that activity Selva characterize US forces sent to the region as defensive but also part of a larger strategy. The pressure is on the relief to that pressure. Is Jerry news, come to the table so far, though? That's not happening. David woman, pure news, Washington. A new report finds school districts across the country are under reporting a controversial practice of restraining and seclude. Ing students the actions are meant to be a last resort when a child's behavior becomes dangerous to themselves or others, but as Jenny bomb who of member station. W AMU explains school districts, don't keep accurate records of such incidents districts are supposed to tell the federal government. How often students are held or detained but they don't always report accurately. And now the government accountability office says that across the country, there's no way of knowing how often this happens. Education department officials say they're reviewing their data, Jenny bamboo reporting SOX finished higher. On Wall Street is tech and industrial companies rose on news, the US and China will meet next week in an effort to ease tensions in their trade dispute. The dow. Was up more than one percent. This is NPR. A new survey says nearly sixty percent of older Americans worried healthcare and prescription drug costs will eat up their retirement savings, NPR's, Aina Jaffe reports. That's even greater concern for older women about two-thirds of men age, sixty plus say find national security is very important while more than three quarters of older women do. The survey also found that women worry about losing independence, paying bills and becoming a burden at a higher rate than men, the results reflect women's lower incomes, during their working years lead to lower social security benefits, and retirement savings as they age. The survey was conducted by the 'pulling firm, Ipsos on behalf of the national council on aging, nonprofit organization. It also found that overall about half of older adults worry about their ability to pay for health care for those with annual incomes below fifty thousand dollars. More than two thirds say that's a big concern. I knew Jaffe NPR news fallout from the. Boeing MAC seven grounding forcing Iceland air to pull out of Tampa Florida's international airport because the airline says the grounding of the seven thirty seven max jets is left, it short of planes Icelandair had been offering multiple flights per week to Reykjavik from Tampa. It earlier cut flights from Cleveland and Nova Scotia, the planes are grounded worldwide amid an investigation into problematic software. Blamed for two crashes that killed three hundred forty six people..

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"david women" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"david women" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"They're not what you could just take the the lottery pick joining an Ingram playing better. Just a straight out win. What are you saying just play it out played out with guys I'm saying that you can I'm saying that you can if you don't get somebody in fritzy you can make a trade and still have a bunch of young assets. Correct. That's that's what I'm saying. You can make a trade for a star or for whatever may be a player, we're not even talking about. And you're talking a lot faster invade you uncomfortable already. When you started to do like that it made me feel like I was at the Oscar did it out. It's the music, you know, they wrap up the wrap up music at the Oscars base did as it made me self conscious was like, oh it was. I not building. My point is involved villian like. I was like, oh, I thought it was built I thought it was building. My my point to this. I thought it was basically in a nutshell you're saying keep the young guys pick. I'm saying that you're that the whole you don't have to trade everything for any type of player you have a lot of young assets. And so that's the position that I would say, we're the Lakers, aren't it's not quite as dire straits. No. Another over. They're adding another asset. Yes, I agree. Now, we could break down those assets. I'd like to see Ingram finished at that. You don't have to. I'd like to see Ingraham finish the season this way, you have less critical. The on Ingram since I've been mop too. Mopped you up on that. I have not argued with you on his potential. I have argued with his potential next LeBron James and making a significant impact in winning ball games, which hasn't really changed all that much. His numbers have gone up. They haven't won anything yet. They've been one. They're five and thirteen in the last eighteen games. Have you mopped up? Anything? I have mopped up by being pro Ingram and anti Ingram. I'm not anti you. Everybody down. That's fake now. David Griffin to use. Okay. Do not. I'm not using that phrase. Never is neither should you. Yes. I what I'm saying is I have I have been clear on the side of Ingram. Having a lot of all star potential in the future and then David Griffin came on. And you're like, oh, well, David woman who cares of Terrell Senate. I mean, no offense. It's not like you L watches every game in person that Ingram's played and watches every other young guy around the league. But you're not what I know. But you're also not a GM wanna championship. He has a different type of credibility. Yes. But you you had the micro ability. Ingram has also going back to Russel. Yeah. When I was the one defending his intentional. Until I'm giving you the David Griffin on Brandon Ingram, actually. Doesn't even have total control of extremities yet. He's so long. He's got like that newborn dear lack, of course, strength for Tyree Irving to say that he thought he was defensively. Tough for him is a huge statement by kyri. And it says a lot about the fact that Brandon is making big strides in his core. Strength earlier this year. I saw him get blown by like he was nailed to the floor at times against point guards. And he's quickly and very quickly. A thing. That's a big deal. He's twenty one years old it defies the imagination. How old was Victor Oladipo when he hit for Indiana. And this kid's way more physically gifted than victory depot. They wanna championship by. I'm listening to him. Sorry. No. Vince, do you? I I mean. mean, it's fine. I mean, I am crushing you when the synonymous show bet bul. Yeah. The one thing you're going to have on me as liver's making the playoffs. I got you. Yeah. You're gonna have me on that. When there's no doubt LA, Matt what's up? Hey, solving Laker nation needs to take on this entire rope..

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"david women" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"david women" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"But then Gonzaga has him closed his eyes and draw with his left hand, which is controlled mostly by the right, hemisphere and his left hand draws a pan. Oh, wow. Again, legitimate chills. And of course, after he draws it. And looks at it with both eyes. He can say, yeah, I saw a pan. But the part of his brain that talks didn't seem to know he'd seen a pan until after his left hand, drew it. Another type of experiment carried out you. Take a split, brain patient and simultaneously show. Two different pictures on the to to the two different hemispheres, you show a hammer to the left hemisphere, and you show a sought to the right hemisphere. And you ask what did you see? Of course, the speaking part of the brain says a hammer the person says I saw hammer, but then when asked to draw with the left hand, the patient draws a saw and you ask them why did you do that? And the patient in this one case the case of Joe says, I don't know knowing other cases like this versions of this test. Sometimes the speaking part of the brain will not just say, I don't know. But we'll actually seem to make up stories about why their brain produced a certain output that the left part of the brain. The speaking part doesn't seem to understand and they'll just it confabulation an explanation. Well, you know, they might say well because you know, I I was thinking about this other thing because you said this thing earlier or something well that makes sense. I mean, it's almost like a supernatural experience. Right. And and you know, logically, you can try and find some sort of answer to it. But the answer you give and apparently the I mean, there's no indication these people were just consciously lying about their motivations the answer. You give. And apparently, the answer you seem to believe is is not true is just like you. You can come up with explanations for your own behavior that are completely wrong, and we can show why they're wrong, but you are not aware that they're on. It can be wrong about your own mind. Right. And even without a split brain. Of course, humans are very capable of of coming up with false reasons for whatever they believe they did. Oh, absolutely. Yeah. I think that's entirely correct. And that sort of what I what I'm thinking. We might be able to extrapolate here. So one of the most amazing things to me about this kind of research is is that this can happen to the brain for the most part. Nobody seems to notice it takes a lab experiment. Like this to draw it out like not the people who interact with the split brain patient. Remember that family? Members usually report, no major changes in personality or cognitive ability as David woman points out in his nature article the patients themselves say they quote, never reported feeling anything less than hole in the words of Michael Zonta. The severed hemispheres do not seem to notice that they have been severed, and they don't report missing each other. Oh, so this raises so many questions. First of all, why are they connected in the first place if they can be severed like this and not seem to notice that that's an interesting. They like, what's the reason for this? This connection second. How is this possible? Like, how's it possible to cut a brain in half? And have it not seem to notice anything different and not behave much different India? I mean, even the light of everything we've talked about it. Seems it seems kind of impossible. It seems seems like it's the like like it's magic trick a grotesque magic trick. But imagine on the list will maybe we should discuss a possible explanation for this after a break. Investigators have been desperate to figure out how that family flew off that cliff in California, and whether it was on purpose early the morning of March twenty six rescue workers repelled down the cliff where they lifted the dead bodies of three children arm to the point where I no longer. I'm calling this an accident. I'm calling it a crime who are these women, and how did they come to adopt six children two sets of three black siblings..

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Stuck In Tijuana, Many Central American Migrants Opt For A Job

NPR's World Story of the Day

04:24 min | 3 years ago

Stuck In Tijuana, Many Central American Migrants Opt For A Job

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from e-verify supporting employers with secure employment eligibility verification moving at the speed of your business. So you can confirm with confidence. Let's go higher at e-verify dot gov slash go. Now to wanna where it's been raining for two days. That's made a dismal situation even more miserable for the central Americans camped out near the US border. And yet, even though the migrants entered Mexico illegally, the country is offering them jobs. More and more migrants are taking up the offer NPR's David welna reports. At the edge of the mud-filled loopless sports complex where some six thousand Central American migrants shelter under tents and tarps five minute. Underwear? Bathed under a stream of cold water waiting his journey as a twenty year old Honduran named ho sway Pineda. This camp may be full of sick and discouraged refugees. He says, but people still have their dreams that might come up. But as yet. Yeah. Lucky? Most people here dream of America opinion says, but if there's a chance to get a job here in Mexico. He's willing to take it. There's our own thin thousand open jobs available in the monkey Laura industry. That's netto. Lopez. The alderman who represents this part of Tijuana the assembly plants known as mucky Lleras that surround the city says are hurting for workers, a problem locals blame on low wages. Those are the factor that work for big name plug Sony by ear and stuff like that here at the Benetton. Ick. Samsung. In a large covered courtyard about a twenty minute walk from the migrant shelter scores of scruffy, looking men and women take numbers and lineup. For job interviews this jobs. Fair was organized by federal and state officials. Neider kale is the fares coordinator, she says so far more than two thousand migrants nearly half the adults in the camp of signed up for one year humanitarian work visas necessity that they got dilemma no, we need human capitals. He says the company's here. Keep asking for more workers and were short on what we can supply them with these migrants and that demand. She says make a very good match. What happened is apartment this when get on the Timberlake Mira Denison university. Those representing the maquiladora industry at the jobs. Fair is Esther Leiva poor te'o. She says the company she works with have fifteen thousand job openings, maybe operations area. Visit where they're looking. More persons employees, and you can't find Mexican workers to do that job Salita heart. Zillow they're looking all the options on the street outside the jobs. Fair is a forty two year old Honduran clutching a sheaf of papers. Rene Castille is happy. He begins a new job at seven o'clock the next morning at an assembly plant where he'll get the equivalent of a dollar eighty eight an hour you'd I say. Die the Puerto hierarchy medical. Thank god. We've been given a chance to work here in Mexico. He says I ask if he's given up on getting into the US, no Wyndham on then so positive for your sake. Or celebrate that guy. No way am I giving up. He says, I'm a positive person. I'll just have to give it a little more time. Cloudy Nonda's mother of four with another on the way is another hundred who's just landed a job. She says she likes Mexico. Mitha news. But the goal is getting to the US. She says, adding it's what every hunter and dreams of this jobs fair. Make some here on easy watching this parade of Central American job. Applicants is a ninety year old. Mexican Roberto Sandoval things. Mexico is doing the US a big favor by giving these people jobs. Glued basic truth. Protect these people that these people become fired countries whom to help migrants are Mexicans. It's a dilemma the new government taking office here. Tomorrow will soon be facing David woman. Pure news who wanna Mexico.

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