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Bikers descend on Sturgis rally with few signs of pandemic precautions
"Thousands of bikers pouring into a small South Dakota city despite fears of the Corona virus. The 80th annual Sturgis Motorcycle rally could become one of the largest public gathering since the pandemic began. Event organizers expect some 250,000 people from all over the country to make their way through Sturgis during the 10 day rally that began on Friday. That is correspondent Ron Dirac SRA
"dirac" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Have more than just that Weber kettles. I think you put on the good point there. Dane and the access to multiple different kinds of hookers and charcoal is that you're seeing like I live in a house of four other women, and they don't have the same affinity for a charcoal. Smoked or charcoal kiss meat as much as I do, so I cooked for the majority. That's why I'll use a pellet cooker or I'll use the stick burners. I'm using today with some ribs on there right now, While we're chatting, you have an ability, too. Really accommodate the masses. And one type of cooker isn't your bag then that's fine. Also. People's thirst for knowledge on better meet building relationships with butchers and their meat purveyors. This all adds to the raising of just the general knowledge of life, fire, cooking and again in the backyard. That's really where it's expelling People. T Tomahawks on television. They see Dirac brand pork they see. These kind of chickens and, of course, the wagon prime briskets. It's all raising the level. It's not just your commodity stuff, and by the way, nothing wrong with commodity stuff, by the way, But you have options and people know there's options and they're willing to spend tonight your money. Especially now. Maybe you're not out traveling. Maybe not going on vacation. So you have Couple extra bucks, either by another cooker or really upgrade that meat. Yeah, it's changed so much as faras just the the access to information and the Internet is out there whether it allows you to get On kind of received more Greg Grampian, the barbecue central show in different ways and different kind of formats. The Internet is out there and he's helping,.
Islamic State's foreign fighters: What happens to them now?
"Syria. Islamic state is a state no longer earlier this week, the Jihadist group which at its peak controlled an area of Syria and Dirac lodge of Austria and imposed its brutal rule upon eight million. People was chased out of its last pocket of territory by goose a town on the frightens river near Syria's border with Iraq in losing its territory is Lennox state lost many of its fighters, but it didn't lose all of them. Thousands of the caliphates foot soldiers are presenting themselves and their families at refugee camps and presenting the countries from which many of them hailed with a considerable political legal and ethical pickle. Which is basically this. What is to be done with them? There have been some calls for an international tribunal. But it is surely impossible to put so many people on trial. They cannot simply be abandoned, and it would be a brave politician willing to bet their career or a society willing to bet it safety on these. Jihadists returning home as altogether reformed characters. This is the foreign desk. Hot is pre programmed to think of every defeats as a test in. There will never see anything in as permanent defeat because it has already pre-programmed into their minds mindset and into their psyche. If you send these people to Iraq, they will be killed. So you have this dilemma of western countries that don't want their people back. Some of them are willing to send them to Iraq to be put on trial there. But they're sending them to Iraq with a full understanding that they're going to be put on trial and going to be held in conditions, which could very well include torture and result in the death sentence. The tendency that we have in western Europe amendment to say, it's not out problem. They left us. They took up arms against us. We want nothing to do with them is all very well by the peasant doesn't cease to exist. So I think it behoves the society which broken up to consider why has this Cussing taken on against us? And what should we be doing about that not with the individual concern? Sent only but also with society as a whole. You're listening to the foreign desk with me Andrew Miller today will be hearing from a former director of global counterterrorism at M I six and from the full member of al-qaeda to look at what can be done, and what should be done with defeated jihadis. But I for a view from the ground from Syria on joined by Jane, Arraf international correspondent with NPR. Jane, stop by asking you to set the scene forest where he speaking to us from exactly what have you been able to see over the past few days. Well, I am in a which is one of the cities in the sort of a ton of Mus Kurdish region of Syria. And this is also where some leadership the Kurdish leadership is these officials who are trying to persuade other countries that they should have an international tribunal here in this northeastern part of Syria and been able to go to a couple of the camps where they're holding foreign his wills Iraqi. And Syrian ISIS families, and I've also been able to speak to one of the foreign fighters. Those foreign fighters have been apprehended by Kurds and the US coalition the US led coalition in many cases, they've been in US detention in Syria detention centers, actually, run by the US, and now handed over back to Kurdish forces, do you have a sense of what kind of numbers we're talking about in terms of the ISIS fighters currently being held by the codes. And that's all of the Iraqi Syrian and foreign there are said to be about seven thousand of them. So that is mostly Syrian and Iraqi about a thousand of them eight hundred two thousand or said to be foreign fighters accused foreign fighters, we have to make clear that they haven't actually been tried or convicted yet, but they are suspected to be foreign fighters. So that's all the way up from eight hundred to about a thousand is the estimate you generally get from US military officials as wills occurred. In what sense you able to get a what kind of conditions that being held in? Well, compared to what they came from which was almost certain death as US air strikes in waters attacked the last bit of their territory. It's, you know, not bad the conditions of interviewing these fighters preclude either asking for getting detailed answers about how they're being held in where they're being held. But one of the ones that I interviewed he was a Canadian fighter had been held in solitary confinement for quite a while. He also said that he was having trouble getting medical care. Clearly was well enough to do an interview. But certainly medical care seems to be an issue, but having said that, you know, having covered this battle against ISIS the war against ISIS over the entire ISIS territory. It's much better than the fate that befell a lot of them which was basically being obliterated by air. Yikes. Mortars and in other cities, if we boil this entire story for the moment down to this one Canadian fighter. What sense were you able to get all of his views on gun to assume it was a he his views on now on the subject of the ideology. He joined up to fight fo did you get the sensitize east had much in the way of a rethink? Yeah. Pretty much all of them have. And this was really interesting because I found this as well. In the case of the women who were married to ISIS fighters. They have now been for several months at least in detention with either Kurds or Americans, this particular foreign fighter told me that you know, he'd had a lot of time to think, but not only that he'd had a lot of interactions with the Americans who interrogated him and with the people who are holding him and with the Kurds. He said, for instance, but one point the Americans had given him novels to read one of the women. I spoke with told me that she had. Been aware. And I'm not sure if this is true, but she said she hadn't been aware of that ISIS held slaves. You know, they took thousands of UCD's from the tiny ziti religious minority as slaves massacred, the men and took the women and girls as sex slaves. She said she'd never met one until one of them was brought to the detention center to talk to them. And she said, and that's when I realized it was true. It wasn't just rumors. What they did to these women. So yes, in many cases, certainly in the case of this Canadian fighter. I it seems to have had an impact another foreign woman who is married to ISIS fighters told me that she was happy that she wasn't sent straight back to her country. She was from the Netherlands, and she said had she been sent back. She would still have been radicalized. But as it was her views of changed a lot. She said in being held for months and months by the Kurds because the biggest question, I guess the overarching question that we're looking at in this episode is with the ideology. Of ISIS will survive the destruction of the caliphate that the whole selling point of Islam state, and there was a clue in the name was that it had conquered territory. It was building a nation. It was building a homeland. If it is seen to have filed in that central enterprise. Do you think it's still going to be able to recruit people who might be inclined towards jihad? Or is it you'll sense from talking to the people you just mentioned that they kind of starting to realize that they might have back to lose a well there are a couple of things here. One is that in terms of ISIS being able to recreate a territory the caliphate had held which ranged for seventy thousand square kilometres, roughly and encompassed major cities. No one really believes they'll be able to do that. Again. In part of the reason, it's very apparent in Iraq. For instance, the people of Mosul, which is the second biggest city in Iraq. At first, many of them will tell you. They welcomed. Isis five years ago when ISIS came in because they so hated the Iraqi government and security forces, and then they realized what ISIS actually was which was indescribably brutal. The also they will not make that mistake. Again. They know what ISIS is now they know the dangers. But having said that there is a real fear that there is another ISIS in the making because we're talking about roughly in the case of Iraq thirty thousand members of ISIS families. Now a lot of those are children. So let's leave aside the children because children are children. But if you take the adults in those families, the women, for instance, a lot of them do still believe in the ideology, there is nothing that has changed their minds since then as for the foreigners. You know, a story I hear over and over and talking particularly to these foreign women is I didn't know what I was getting into. I don't understand Syria. I married. The sky might boyfriend told me to come. So those ones seemed to have had an awakening. And those are certainly the ones that want you to know they've had an awakening the, you know, I think we also have to realize that there are lots of those people in detention in these camps who are not talking to us because they believe were infidels because they still believe in the ideology and in the coun- recently in L hall camp, which now has more than seventy thousand people in it in northeastern Syria, some of the people running the camp told me that there are new arrivals all the time. And it's those new arrivals who are the most still radicalized that they've been saying in some cases that the head of ISIS abo- becquerel daddy ordered them to come to the camp that they will stay in the camp. But then Baghdadi and ISIS will take them out of the camp. So there is no one who does not believe that ISIS is still a threat those ones who will. Speak to you. Then what do they want to happen now, especially the ones who have come from outside, Iraq and Syria have the old discovered. A sudden enthusiasm for democratic G prosise. Yes. Well. It depends where they come from. So there was a group of women. I met Dutch women they want to go back. And some of them said we understand we broke the law. We want to stand trial. But it's our children were worried about they wanted their children to be handed over to their relatives. In many cases. These are very small children toddlers, really young the others. It depends again depends entirely where they come from a I met quite a few women from eastern Europe. And there was a Chinese woman. They are all terrified of being sent back to their countries because they believe they would be executed not only that they're even afraid to contact their relatives because even by contacting their relatives their relatives would end up in jail. They say so the ones who come from western countries tend to want to be sent back there. But as you know, the problem is these countries don't want to take them. They don't want to take them mostly for two reasons. One is it's really not clear how much evidence would carry over. If they were to stand trial in their own countries. And then the other thing is they could actually pose a danger if they can't be put on trial. They can't be prosecuted for things they may have done here. Then they will have to let them go, and they will be free in their own countries. So it's a dilemma you mentioned that there is some enthusiasm among the Syrian Kurdish leadership for the idea of an international tribunal have they talked at all about what they see as the scope of that they can't realistically intend to put tens of thousands of people on trial on the they can't know and by its very nature and international tribunal would have to be set up by the international community. And there isn't a whole lot of appetite for that for one thing the Kurdish leadership here is not internationally recognised. That's a big deal. And then these things will take years and years. There has been a move to send some of these fighters in any case from countries that don't want the. Back to Iraq and Iraq can prosecute them. If they've also been in Iraq because a lot of these fighters did come from Iraq from Mosul the foreign fighters, even when they were driven out of Mosul, they came to Syria, so they could be prosecuted in Iraq. Now, the problem there is those are not transparent trials, they're not run, according to international standards, and in a lot of cases, they do end up with the death penalty. That's one thing that the Kurds keep saying if you send these people to Iraq, they will be killed. So you have this dilemma of western countries that don't want their people back. Some of them are willing to send them to Iraq to be put on trial there. But they're sending them to Iraq with a full understanding that they're going to be put on trial and going to be held in conditions, which could very well include torture and result in the death
"dirac" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"I'm Ron Dirac stroke, two bombs exploded outside a Roman Catholic cathedral on the southern Philippine island were Muslim militants are active killing at least nineteen people wounding nearly fifty others during Sunday mass. I bomb went off in or near the Jolo cathedral at the provincial capital followed by a second blast outside the compound as government forces were responding to the attack. Police and military reports say the casualties include both troops and civilians. The US says it will honor a request from interim Venezuela president Juan Guido for more than twenty million dollars in humanitarian aid. But not everybody's on board with the opposition leader taking over Venezuela. Russia's UN ambassador is accusing the US of attempting to engineer a coup d'etat and demanding to know whether the Trump administration is ready to use military force against Medeiros government. However, UN secretary under secretary general for political affairs. Rosemary dicarlo? Said the well being of the Venezuelan people needs to guide everyone's actions, we must do all we can to prevent worsening tensions. Try to help bring about a political solution that will allow the country's citizens to enjoy peace, prosperity and all their human rights. Sundays UN council was called by the US. The new chairman of the Senate Judiciary committee has high hopes for what the panel will accomplish this year. South Carolina, Republican Lindsey Graham says the committee's recent approval of criminal Justice reform proves that this committee has within it. The ability to do big things long overdue at the items on Graham's to do list. Securing social media all worried about the social media platforms being hijacked by terrorists. That's not all electrical properties. Senator Tillis Senator coons have some ideas. Senators SAS wants to make sure that we.
"dirac" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"I'm Ron Dirac stroke, two bombs exploded outside a Roman Catholic cathedral on the southern Philippine island were Muslim militants are active killing at least nineteen people wounding nearly fifty others during Sunday mass. The first bomb went off in or near the Jolo cathedral at the provincial capital followed by a second blast outside the compound as government forces were responding to the attack. Police and military reports say the casualties glued both troops and civilians. The US says it will honor a request from interim Venezuela president Juan Guido for more than twenty million dollars in humanitarian aid. But not everybody's on board with the opposition leader taking over Venezuela. Russia's UN ambassador is accusing the US of attempting to engineer a coup d'etat and demanding to know whether the Trump administration is ready to use military force against Medeiros government. However, UN secretary under secretary general for political. Affairs. Rosemary dicarlo said the being of the Venezuelan people needs to guide everyone's actions, we must do all we can to prevent worsening attentions. We must try to help bring about a political solution that will allow the country's citizens to enjoy peace, prosperity and all their human rights. Sundays UN council was called by the US. The new chairman of the Senate Judiciary committee has high hopes for what the panel will accomplish this year, South Carolina, Republican Lindsey Graham says the committee's recent approval of criminal Justice reform proves that this committee has within it. The ability to do big things long overdue at among the items on Graham's to-do list, securing social media all worried about a social media platforms being hijacked by terrorists. That's not all intellectual property. Senator Tillis Senator coons have some ideas. Senators SAS wants to make sure that we ethically. You got a package of ethics reforms rich Thomasson Washington. News and analysis at townhall dot com. Patriot mobile wants you to know that you can get a great deal of spending zero of your hard earned dollars liberal causes. As President Trump has said,.
"dirac" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"It feels good. Because like that's one of the things I motivates me is like some people like it's money the fame like mine was the respect. I wanted to the best people to think that I was good too. You know? It's the most important. That's what I'm saying. Like, that's why I don't give a fuck that. I'm not rich or that. I'm not famous or whatever 'cause I'm never going to not do this. And I'm never going to not try and be good at it. So it doesn't it doesn't matter. I don't give a shit people who wanna be rich and famous and come on him fail. Of course, have you seen this get those for the wrong reason? Instead a loving what the fuck that doing and let the money come later. The most important thing about an artist you releasing what the fuck you wanna do. You don't want man, I'm sick and dying funeral Bala. I wanna make shoes. What actually that we were recording at a funeral parlor because you're right next door to one. And I was like. I see this hers pullout knows like is that where we're this. We're talking. Everybody stick now. So what 'cause I told you when when you came in and I just finished a year. What was your process like for trying to get people to bring you on the road? Because I mean you've been doing it for a while I grew up in a different time. Like, I'm old enough in comedy. I grew up in that wasn't a thing. You had to just do it yourself. I knew guys that worked the road for sure that was a horrific west. Because you at a year not looking for anybody that bring you on. Same level should be getting ready. Get on buses and do feature work all around taxes. Kidding? No. They don't know. Don't go out feature. You have to go up enough for two or three years and banging out. Okay. Buying you. Go and get feature gigs separate of the headliner. You're just going. You can just go. Ask them feature work. Okay. See, I don't that's. Love you have to go to clubs. I'm not ready reading club with me. And I take you you have to build a relationship. It's not. That's why I always say you tip shut your fucking mouth. Don't ask for t-. You know, nobody's asked on grab. No this things you gotta do to protocol. How do I know 'cause I did him and I failed it something clubs. Waitstaff? That's the number one world. Those days. I wasn't the drugs so drugs. How is taking the kitchen staff a lot are what might right after the longest yard came out. At that time. I would sell ninety tickets seventy eight tickets. I had a gig on tarot on Wednesday and Thursday ilet me, headlined, two shows they're paying good money. Finally, the problem Dirac who I love I've always loved it. Give me Tana work over the is. And he gave me hotel room..
"dirac" Discussed on KGO 810
"A fun time should it. So new year. It's coming up the New Year's resolutions that everybody does what what what are your favorite New Year's resolutions? Brought to you make a resolution every year. No. 'cause I never can keep them always fail. So why set myself up the failure? Why not just be because mine was always exerciser being healthy. Why don't you just do it all the time where you are? Exactly. I actually have new completely agree with that thought process. Yeah. I don't for me. But I get that most people do they like, okay. Here's a key to spot on the calendar. It's a new year. I'm going to turn over a new leaf. It's going to be a new me. But I'm with you if it's October first Dirac Tober thirteenth or April fourth, and I decide something these that's what I'm gonna do it. I don't need. I don't wanna wait. I'm not gonna just do it whenever I need to do it. And that's how I'm going to. But people apparently this is a big thing that people make their New Year's resolutions in all the gym and fitness facilities count on that for the year. You're going to sign a contract and get locked. In and not actually go to the gym because they don't have the capacity if everybody actually showed up, so that's a totally different story. But there's apparently a study was done on this that shows how. Let's say not good at keeping New Year's resolutions. We are not so good at it. And I'm just I'm always curious. What is the resolution? Maybe you've kept one. Maybe you keep trying and you fail. What what is that for one five eight hundred eighty eight ten research conducted by I have never heard of this company Straub? A social network for athletes never heard of it. Apparently. I'm not enough of an athlete brat that I am not I don't know anything about this website. Anyway, they analyzed more than thirty one point five million online global activities last January, and they pinpointed the date when most people report failing their resolution. Anybody want to guess how long it takes before we fail to start going to the gym. And. It's it's early. We're we're we're horrible at.
Ex-Raiders LB Aldon Smith Convicted in Domestic Violence Case; Avoids Jail Time
"The political activities of it's ownership group in San Francisco, Doug, sovereign KCBS, California Democratic party has launched an investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct by party chair. Eric Baumann the party's vice chair Dirac Larimore hall is bringing the allegations on behalf of two anonymous accusers who say that Bowman sexually assaulted in harass people during party functions Larimore hall has called for Batman's removal as party. Chair. Well, balanced says he looks forward to putting the allegations behind him to people have been hospitalized after a car crashed into a building in San Francisco's Parkside neighborhood this afternoon happened about three PM at fourteenth and Tara bell.
"dirac" Discussed on Izzy and Spain
"Moving onto the dysfunction going on with the Jaguars. And if you were paying attention at all this weekend, you saw a benched starter who they just gave fifty million dollars to last year and a locker room that was coming to blows almost at the end of the game here is how ESPN Jaguars reporter, Michael Dirac. Oh, described the brawl or the near-brawl on football frenzy. This weekend. Thank you. That one that will be Jalen Ramsey we're looking for Dirac. Oh, Dirac. Oh, there's a lot of frustration right now. They've lost in a row as you can tell in the offenses stunk the last three weeks and frustrations boiled over and guys were yelling at each other. Now I was told it was not an offense versus defense finger-pointing thing just guys were generally pissed off at everybody in themselves and they started yelling at each other. Yes, that's the question that we had fits right when we're hearing about reporters, getting a peek back in and seeing collapse Campbell, holding the guy back. Another defensive player is this defense versus offense, and you would like to think so, right? Blake, Bortles ruining everything. And this great Jaguars defense is disappointed, but it hasn't been a great Jaguars for taking him up seventy points in the two games before this. They're are not the team that we thought they were. And when the offense is dysfunctional as it is, it looks like both sides are just kind of crumbling under not being able to live up to the expectations they had after last year and who fixes that. I mean that ultimately, when you look at this piece when. The leaders, the people that really drive the Jags have been the defensive side of the ball. It's never been Blake, Blake, Blake. Bortles has never been the guy that comes in and sort of charges the team one way or the other that has belonged to the Callejas Campbell's and Jalen Ramsey's of the world that that piece of responsibility his belong to them. So you're talking about a team right now whose identity has been, we're going to run the football and we're gonna play great defense. And so far this year given that Lennon for net's been injured, they haven't been able to run the football the way they usually do, and the defense hasn't been able to do with the defense usually does. So now it's team without identity and nobody out there that's actually going to come in and fix that piece of the problem. And the problem is that it feels like the media is very willing to blame this on the offense and on Blake Bortles being a guy that they should not have invested in, but the defense maybe not not getting enough attention for doing a ton more zone this year, not getting to the quarterback, not trusting their secondary to be able to put the pressure on the opposing team's quarterback and sit back and let their secondary take all that work. And that that may be them looking and saying our Cornerbacks or are secondary, has lost a step and we can't afford to put so many guys up front now, but whatever the reason they're playing a lot more zone, they're not able to match up with opposing teams the way they have in the past. That's Ben sort of the reason for their greatness on the defensive end is, is their ability to put so much pressure on opposing teams. They aren't doing that. They're sitting back and letting their defense get picked apart every week. So if we're knowledge in the Blake Bortles side and we're maybe not giving enough credence to how much the defense has fallen off you end up with Jalen Ramsey who gives a couple of different quotes about, I don't really know what's happening. We don't know what's wrong, but we gotta fix it. And then finally, Jaguars cornerback just starts getting honest. And here's what he said about locker room frustration. Yeah, y'all walking here Yossi how it isn't here..
"dirac" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience
"Every minute is like program not gonna walk around with a camera, and so when it came to should, I have Dirac follow me around and film it. It was no question. One of the biggest challenges for me to go because don't forget. This is now three plus years ago and the thought of like, now, look what's going on. But like it's not super complicated. This, why what's so fun about the internet is everything's documented. People won't rolling with somebody else, filming them, people rolling like Roman like small cameras, right? So far, you know, he was just even having the handle was like felt big. We're small cameras, right? That was wagging. And so I'm like, I'm going to introduce a man following me and filming me at all times. I knew that ninety eight percent don't forget, forget about being a creator, an influence, sir. I'm an actual business like cease. We'd executive going to meetings with like fifty eight year old conservative, like c. suite executives. And like, here's Iraqis filming this meeting was super unaccept- were walking down the street. So it was a really interesting conversation with myself or about a month of holy. Fuck I figure this out. If you films me, I can make unlimited content. I'll have log. I'll be able to have articles. I could do pocket like it all came to be pretty quickly of like this is the gateway to like unlimited being a media company film everything. And the first place I went is this is going to be fucking amazing because my grandkids are going to watch this. The next place I went is like everyone's gonna think I'm dick face like it's gonna take me a good year to have to each shit where everybody thinks douchebag in a narcissist, but I'm comp-. -pletely commenced. Everyone's going to do this that everybody who can't hold it is going to have somebody film them. And like literally told Dirac episode like dude, in four years, we're going to be sitting in meetings where everybody's going to have a film person, filming the person to be six people in the room, the three person meeting, and it's when it happens. Start happening eighteen months ago or so. We like because I'm good chuckles, but basically almost everything I've done in my career when I was eighteen year old kid and I'm pushing to launch a website for my dad's liquor store, and we're part of liquor co op and everybody wants us to open a second store. I knew everybody was gonna shit idea of selling wine on the internet, something they didn't even know existed or was a fad at best. So for me, like business decisions struggles like the macro has always been cake. I'm an entrepreneur. I don't give about what anybody thinks about me. I'm good in life game over in the micro, which is far more secondary, which is why pushed so many people to not give fuck because then everything becomes easy. It's an everyday thing. Forty, six things I'm struggling with right now. Push back there. Chef that New York City. Okay. So I love the tactical questions and I really wanna get all of your perspectives literally from like my life. I'm gonna break it down..
"dirac" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Dot com. I'm Rhonda Dirac, senior Trump administration officials insist there's no micromanaging a new FBI background check of supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh adding thorough investigation. I actually think we'll be a blessing in disguise President Trump says he expects threatened Cavanaugh will come through the FBI is renewed background investigation. Just fine. And he told reporters Saturday, frankly, the FBI has a chance to reveal a lot of different things, but press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders maintains the White House is leaving it up to the Senate to determine the scope of the investigation. And she tells Fox News Sunday, this can't become a fishing expedition. Like, the Democrats would like to see it. Sanders says the president will listen to the facts, but she's confident no new information will be uncovered Ben Thomas Washington, an early warning system that could have prevented some deaths in the soon NAMI that hit an Indonesian island on Friday stalled in the testing phase. This is a system that could. Could speed up pink. Give more Florida information about about me threats, then that's being developed with funding from the National Science shoots in the US. Total of three million over the past few years, but the prototype has school. Correspondent Steven Wright says a high tech system of seafloor sensors and a fiber optic cable. It's been in the works for about five years. It was meant to replace a system set up after an earthquake soon. Nami killed nearly two hundred fifty thousand people in the region back in two thousand four. Meanwhile, rescuers are struggling to reach victims in.
"dirac" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"This hour from townhall dot com. I'm Ron Dirac. The White House standing firmly behind supreme court nominee Brett Kavanagh who's facing another allegation of sexual misconduct. A former Yale classmate of Kavanagh's alleges that he acted inappropriately toward her at a drunken dormitory party. According to the New Yorker, the White House issued a statement saying this claim is denied by all who were said to be present, and is wholly inconsistent with what many women and men who knew judge Cavanaugh at the time in college say cavenaugh calls it, a smear plain and simple and says he looks forward to testifying on Thursday about the truth and defending his name. Greg Clugston, Washington. Meanwhile, Dianne Feinstein the top democrat on the committee sent a letter late Sunday GOP chair Chuck Grassley seeking an immediate postponement of any further action on Kavanagh's nomination. Feel press analyst trilby Lundberg says the price of a gallon of regular great gas inch down to two dollars ninety cents over the past two weeks. Decline of one. Penny navy followed in the next few days by another two to four cents decline in part because refiners has of last week. No longer have to make summer grade gasoline, which costs more to make the highest average price in the contiguous forty eight states lunberg found was three sixty nine in the San Francisco Bay area. Lowest was two dollars fifty cents in Jackson Mississippi. Gunfire in Baltimore this evening shootout between a man and a violence prone. Baltimore district and a police officer taking part in a crime suppression initiative left the officer wounded and the suspect dead police say the incident erupted just before six thirty this evening local time in west Baltimore neighborhood. The.
Johnson, Dirac and Michelle Pollino discussed on Sean Hannity
"Jessica Rosenthal Fox News the coastguard confirming three people. Injured after reports of an explosion. On a dredging vessel off. The New Jersey coast officials now say a. Pipe burst as it was being used, to remove, material from the ocean floor remains under investigation the injuries are described as minor a wrestling star turned movies Star is urging fans not to be fooled by requests for money on social media Johnson took to Instagram to post a warning to his fans who he says have been getting extorted by phony Facebook scams urging them to send money and in return they will get money back. And cars Johnson stressed his passing he worked hard to. Get worry, is today would never ever ask you guys for money just to give you guys, free stuff I'm the guy who was the victim at fifteen as you guys know by twenty three, at seven bucks in my pocket value, a hard earned dollar and I would never ask you guys for money Dirac saying there have been an, extraordinary amount. Of people, that are, falling for the scam adding vigilant be smart question it reported and he said he has the feds working. On, it Michelle Pollino Fox News it's a day off for Wall Street tomorrow we'll be the first trading day. For September the Dow the s&p. NASDAQ all ended August higher FOX News Radio
Ex-CIA head says Trump colluded with Russians and is trying to hide truth
"Former CIA. Director John Brennan claimed that the Trump campaign colluded with Russia is being challenged by the chair of the Senate intelligence committee after the. President stripped his security clearance, yesterday Brennan said claims that there was no collusion are hog wash. Senator Richard Burr, says Brennan's purporting to know as fact that there was. Collusion he, says if that's based on intelligence Brennan received as CIA, chief it should have gone in an intelligence assessment last. Year if it's based on, information he's seen since leaving the. Agency it's an intelligence. Breach and if it's political conjecture bursts says the president had full of thorny to strip Brennan's
California museum can keep Cranachs looted by Nazis: U.S. appeals court
"For. Sure if he's a doctor but he helps us out that's. All we know, that was son Judah we had that sound that must have been an awkward conversation it was Harriet. But this is actually frighteningly common, around half the people claiming to be doctors in India are fake they have. No medical qualifications whatsoever but I've been speaking to the real doctor who's been offering. Thousands of them crash courses in medicine is medicine really something you can. Teach with the crash course that's what I've been trying to find out is a very. Controversial idea crash courses in. Medicine than fake doctors that's coming up a, world hacks. After the knees Hello this is David Austin with the BBC. News intelligence officials in the United States say spy satellites have detected renewed activity at a. North Korean, factory which has in the past produced intercontinental ballistic missiles the reports come just over a month after President Trump said, North Korea no longer posed. A threat following his meeting with the country's. Leader from so here's Laura bicker Steinle satellite images and the. BBC has spoken, to one of the companies analyzing this they say it appears to show vehicles moving in and out. At the site does this break, the words that Kim Jong in made to Donald Trump in Singapore Kim Jong. Il has always said that he would not text another missile he's never said anything. About stopping any building or activity with regards to building nuclear missiles and. Indeed this is a number of US intelligence reports which suggest that North Korea is continuing With its weapons. Program counting has continued overnight in Zimbabwe following Monday's election Zanu PF and the opposition MDC alliance have both been predicting. Victory on social media Andrew Harding is in Harare an election officials have, only confirmed a high turnout. Here in Zimbabwe but on social media the. Opposition leader Nelson Chamisa and his supporters already declaring victory in contrast Zanu PF officials are insisting that early. Indications from, polling stations around the country showed their party is on track to. Retain power foreign observers said the voting process was peaceful and by-in-large orderly whoever wins, a credible election will go a long way to restoring Zimbabwe's international reputation. I'm lacking foreign investment and debt relief for an impoverished country president Emmerson Mnangagwa said he. Was receiving, extremely positive information on the vote Chinese investigators say a state-owned pharmaceutical company which produce Used sub-standard infant vaccines did so by accident Celia Hatton has the details in a. Brief report China's, state Drug administration blamed faulty equipment used at the Wuhan institute of biological products in. Central China at unevenly distributed. Ingredients in more than four hundred thousand vaccines made last November which, were meant to protect, against a theory tetanus and whooping cough and another case involving. Sub-standard infant, vaccines eighteen people have been arrested at Chang-shang pharmaceutical and private company in eastern China they were accused of falsifying data to bypass. Regulatory scrutiny rescue is in Indonesia have airlifted the last of. More than five hundred stranded hikers of a mountain on the island of Lombok where. They'd been trapped by rockfalls triggered by an earthquake rescue team. Is now waiting with the body of an Indonesian climber who was killed. By a, falling rock world news from the BBC A court in Indonesia has ordered the banning of the country's largest Islamist group Jamaa unsure dollar to finding it guilty of carrying it acts of terrorism and being, linked to the Islamic state group last. Month the group's leader amount of Dirac man was sentenced to. Death for terrorism, Afghan officials say a roadside bomb has destroyed a passenger. Bus in the west, of the country killing at least eleven people and wounding forty others a spokesman for the governor of Farah province had the bus was travelling from harassed to Kabul. When it struck an improvised explosive device he blamed the attack on the Taliban earlier a suicide bomber killed candidate in October's parliamentary elections The former Congolese vice president and ex warlord Jean-Pierre Bemba. Has said he intends to stand for the presidency in elections do this December but will accept the result if, he loses, bender told the BBC that so long as the election was fair he would abide by the result rather than taking up arms as you did before if it is a transparent yes of course election transparent the result there we all respected this story of again. Is over for any fight is through the the voter now that's what. We want, to achieve Mr. Bemba plans to return to the DRC this week from Belgium after, a decade in jail following the quashing of his conviction for war crimes by the international criminal court the US court has ruled that the museum in California can keep to sixteenth century. Masterpieces by the German painter Lucas Curnow the, elder which were looted by the Nazis during the Second World War the life sized panels depicting. Adam and eve had been taken in a forced sale from Jewish art dealer who died shortly afterwards while fleeing, the Netherlands they eventually purchased by the Norton Simon museum in Pasadena BBC news In a village outside of Kolkata. In India there's a tiny concrete building where people go to. Get help well that I'm. A numb, I mean my name is the. Village Dr But here's. The thing Goten isn't a. Doctor at, all he has no medical qualifications He's what some people might call a quack Goten. Above your door it, says, doctor, you've. Got the title doctor. That's actually illegal on you misleading. Your patients hey Johnny mama I know it's illegal and I'm reluctant to do but. If I didn't, call myself Dr the villagers wouldn't, understand what I do. Some people think he's a criminal, he poses a danger to his patience and needs to. Be stopped but this man a real doctor has another idea and it's very controversial so. These people you ask. Me I don't think they are blah, FAS, and they're cheaters they're not, on very clear. In that this are primarily. Ended up aerial informal healthcare workers we call them wildflowers so we've. Taught give, you, tell them hey to give you some education this might work so that. Was, a, beginning Well Hello and welcome to.
"dirac" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Jacksonville jaguars came old so close to season to go to reaching super bowl sunday mike dirac more complete understanding of the offense under coordinator nathaniel hackett confidence within the system within myself and knowing it and then with the guys around me known better as well and no one you know everybody's going to be on the same page and then the spot they're supposed to be you know but i think there's a good job of of you know making sure we all play within the system bortles increased level of confidence is evident on the field his passes were more crisp he was more accurate and won't player told me that bortles is so much more confident now that he's attempting throws that he wouldn't have tried in years past this doesn't mean bortles going to be an mvp candidate but it has excited a franchise that was just ten minutes away from their first super bowl yes they were so close as i mentioned the team they beat to get the foxborough the steelers jeremy fowler provides this steelers report with the focus on the rookie signal caller mason rudolph the final moments of steelers many camp belong to mason rudolph the rookie quarterback ended practices within fishing no huddle drive in a touchdown pass over the middle thanks in part to his observations of ben rothlisberger earlier in the week she's been being here a couple of days in a row and seeing his operation the offense his knowledge of situations and giving guys reminders hey situation get the first down you get out of that will run the play will kill the clock or hey get out of bounds rudolph told me he'll spend the summer trying to close the gap that all rookies face which means quote blowing up the cell phones of offensive coaches with questions the summer is short rudolph said.
"dirac" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience
"I did a wake you up from the call itself or all the collateral that happened after because there was a lot that happened there the the amount of like smiling faces right now on the other side of however dirac is going to edit this is like a lot of i mean you were probably one of the most known characters you know you know it's actually really funny because i got full of it i remember dmz of people saying we're watching in the eyeball emojis which was super intimidated or so pooing i got suffocate having that as the aftermath was like what was that was the point to create accountability after the fact that's that's why i went there we're starting my own online business and i slowly and trying to make something of it and i have a real clear vision of what i want it to be but when it comes to like process in steps and like okay what's the next step like what are those are not clear yet no i make sense i mean look until you until you're in that mode to be an operator like running a business sounds great theory not no different it's no different than house i can theory it sounds great to be a chef or like if there's just such a misnomer this back to like my big thing with twenty to thirty everyone's like i'm gonna start a business cool but nobody says i'm going to be an nba player cold at twenty two but it's the same thing like being successful businesses hard okay so keep going that was really cool because what i started last march with that is not what it is today it's good.
"dirac" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
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"dirac" Discussed on WCHS
"In my book the future of the mind is a really difficult question because quite frankly we are children we are children when it comes to beginning to understand things like autism and well different kinds of mental illnesses and things like that but let me just say a few things first of all asperger's as you mentioned is a form of autism there's a spectrum of people with different kinds of behavioral patterns on one end we have people that are actually functional can function in society and some of them go on to win the nobel prize in physics and the fields medal in mathematics that's right paul dirac the greatest quantum physicist of his era ranking way up there with heisenberg and and shorter paul turek had asked burgers he hardly talked at all many people used to say that the unit of dullness is the direct because he hardly said anything at all except when he did say things he would go on to win the nobel prize and we'll put up whole areas it was he who discovered the properties of antimatter he was he who discovered the properties of quantum electrodynamics and he barely talked at all it was paul dirac and fields medalists not one but more than one fields medalist and mathematics have also been diagnosed with asperger's and so not all aspirin people are totally dysfunctional many of them go on to win prizes and the nobel prize in physics and mathematics now is it genetic environmental nobody knows however there is a definite genetic component because it does seem that autism runs in families to a degree is there an environmental component well so perhaps some people think maybe it's caused by mercury when you visit the dentist office or something like that or.
"dirac" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"One of the least caring cities in america wallet hub conducted the study using a variety of factors including number of volunteer hours share of income donated to charity and homeless rates madison wisconsin was named the most caring city in america while miami was close to the bottom the lease scaring city in america according to the study is laredo texas for all the latest had lauded information during the sports centre on espn radio all throughout the day and the happen to me in a bank the they were i'm just sitting in the bank and him and and just a guy from nebraska just turns around and just as to me hello unlike hello he's and he just asked me the second thing he says to me why are people here so unfriendly now hate that in front of raskin ah he not i do not know that so we're learning so much about me nuts i wanna learn more about mean of a let's go to chris syms here we've got chris emms he is ranking the top seventy quarterbacks according to espn's michael dirac oh no nfl be has been better this december than blake bortles nobody else in december has seventy one percent completion rate nine hundred three passing yards seven touchdowns no interceptions accuweather our of an nfl best eighty five point four and is three now and chris seems deserves all the credit for all your egg fire under larry argued curious what's the most interesting thing about this list to you because i wanna know if chad henny the backup quarter for a quarterback for jacksonville is going to end up somewhere on this list ahead of blake board allow five spoil it on okay mr here's let's play cut number seventy according chris emms austin davis tj yates carnevale jones brandon wedin cj beth third sean man.
"dirac" Discussed on Izzy and Spain
"And marrone really has got this team at a point where you know they're willing to to go through i talked to some guys the other day they're willing to go through another budel camp next year if that means they're gonna be this good absolutely espn nfl nation reporter for the jags mike dirac oh i i mentioned this earlier in the show this december blake bortles tops impasse a rating qpr yards per attempt antius downs what has happened to blake bortles what has changed oh it's funny because in the last two weeks i had one player compare them to tom brady and then left asking compare on the peyton manning so but you gotta oil calling him trash still suit all evens out exactly and it's subpar quarterback riled yeah with the bottom line is is he's making better decisions with the ball and he's not force and stuff he understands what they're trying to do offense of coordinator nathaniel hackett you know it's been stressing hey look this is really his first year in the offense um and he just understands what they're trying to get out of each play and with that understanding uh hack says he's not gambling is much if you look at bortles through the first three years i mean he was taking chances all the time and thrown balls you shouldn't throw and he's not really doing that anymore and his you know he didn't go to california before two thousand sixteen season work on the fundamentals are it showed he did this path off season and you know he's still got non perfect fundamentals but if you look at his footwork and his arm slot in where his release there is in his delivery it's much better than it was so you mix all that together and you get a guy that playing pretty darn.
"dirac" Discussed on The Ascent Podcast
"I love that a lot thanks so i'm going to yeah i guess in what i'm hearing is i need to i need to get better engaging my tribe well figuring out who my tribe would be in the podcast world right yeah that's interesting to think about because you could either start from a list of the most popular podcasts and just work your way up it or you could find people you could use an app like anchor which a lot of people are using just start like makeshift podcast and you could reach out to the people that are starting and maybe failing or sure what they're doing and just offers tips and vice in that kind of stuff and you never go ahead is going to say you never know who can turn into a client who can turn into a referral like you could reach out to somebody who doesn't appear service level in need your help at all and then they might have a guy that they work with who would you know maybe they're ready ready to turn down work that person's offering them but they can refer them to you because you're it's in your wheelhouse i love it what's your what's your take on giving away your work for free that is something that i because i listened the gary v i know you i like so i i go back and forth gave me student i mean i seen i've seen the benefits of doing that like gary's videographer dirac that's what he did i think he wrote an article recently about like his story about no he became gary's iraq and really what what he did from my perspective was he kept hitting him up kept finding himself in his inbox but rather than asking.
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"Rare diamonds up to ten carat all shapes at diamonds direct jerren road jim zoki wbt's jim 546 euro wbt talking politics this morning in the headlines republicans win not one but two seats and special elections one in south carolina the other in georgia south carolina seat what dirac he'll businessman ralph norman winning over archie parnell's expected because all we got a quota vile and loves to the reaction from norman will chat with him later hero wvtm twelve and a happy four six a newsflash hospitals are full of germs if you check into a hospital the sad truth is you could end up getting even sicker so in the constant battle on what to do about jurors some hospitals locally trying something new to kill the bugs dinner lurking in patient room is the sound of the star wars lightsaber some local hospitals are using lightsaber of sorts your might say to kill deadly germs in rooms and operating areas because just spraying disinfectants does in fact haas spital cleaning crews often miss anywhere from thirty to fifty percent of surfaces when they clean rooms meaning all kinds of potentially deadly bacteria left behind such as merson germs that can live for months infecting people so the star wars approach you might say is using ultraviolet longed from a robotic device factually doesn't make any noise made by corex the uv light what it does to disrupt the dna of organisms and when it does that it kills the oregon anthems pan gill.