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Survey: 58% think the NBA will finish its season in the bubble at Walt Disney World Resort
"ESPN survey the results came out last night. 37% of the people surveyed over 800 people. 37 of those thought it was wrong for some pro sports to be taking place during the pandemic, 43% that they said they're restarting too quickly. In terms of will they be completed 49% of major league baseball fans say Yes, we'll get through a world Series 58% of NBA fans say Yes, we'll get through the N B a finals. Any of those numbers surprise you. 58% seems low to me agree almost half only half of MBA fans think we're going to get to the end of this thing. I mean, we're already about in the playoffs on Monday. There haven't been any positive tests. Now. The NBA's getting to the point where they're saying, yeah, more people can come in. Obviously, with guidelines when you're talking about these players, friends and ah, and family members, but 58% I'm like close to 100% at this point, Dorian me when you told me months ago that this was going to be happy for the happening for the N B A. I said, Okay, I'll believe it when I see it. If this thing works we're seeing at work, though, so I feel the most confident out of anything that will see an MBA champion. You know, MLB is a totally different thing. But I feel like we've been so back and forth at this point that the what? 49% feels OK to me.
How to Read the New Testament Letters as a Whole
"This conversation is about how to actually read the New Testament letters as literary holes care from beginning to end you. You could have broke my brain talking about these letters being written and community. Yeah. Let's good. Yeah. New Appreciation for the lettuce come from Paul and his team team. Yeah, and there's a proscribed involved likely and it's just a new category, but it's really helpful for me to imagine that. And bring that in to what what does that mean. For this to be God's Word it's easier. Just imagine God zapping dude who transcribes something from the holy. Spirit Paul's. Meditating and praying in his study alone. Yeah. And they just here's the word of the Lord. To Talk. Feel more complex. But why can't God work in that way too. He clearly has. Yeah, we're, imagining. The scenarios from the actual data in the letters. You know that he names co senders yet co authors just not standard in first century letters. Yeah. There you go. So there are the product of Paul and his missionary teams in the working out the content over the course of years, and then as they travel around the roads on where we're GONNA go now is a little more practical and how to which is strategies and tools to actually read the letters and stuff. And learning how to identify what's important and things like that. So the first type of approach is just to understand the form of first century letters. I still remember learning how to like be taught how to write a letter. was, given. Template. Put. Certain things. Certain points on the page, the date upper left if in a homemade is your name. Yeah. I remember it felt weird to me. What would you put that information up at the? Left. and You write your name and address remember being like, what is it my address on the envelope? Why do I need? Yeah. Stuff like that. Do you ever do that? I can't even remember the last time. I actually wrote A. Paper letter but you. But if you ever opened up like we're document, yes, that's right and there's templates. Yeah. There's a letter typically, you're right I've done those. There's a business letter. Typically thing is I, don't create a I. Disease Tendencies of the one that's within page. Say there's a template for how you write letter. That's right and there was a template or templates. So here, we'll just summarize it in the most basic form. It's pretty intuitive. It's not rocket science angel letters in the centuries before especially in around the time of the postles you begin, the first words is your name. And then the receiver. So this called the opening address, you identify yourself who writing to and usually use some form of the Greek. Word Chorus, which means grace or favor to say, hello grace to you. So Paul to the church, and so and so Greysteel. There's almost always some little line of giving thanks to the gods for what after the opening address. After the opening, there's follows second main part of the form which is called the thanksgiving. Co you give thanks to the Gods I hear that you're in good health i. give thanks to the guts like then you get the body of the letter and then you get the closing. Letter, which is usually saying, hi to people if you want to travel plans a final prayer for the well-being or health or sometimes appraised the gods and then whatever PS post manner. So opening opening address, thanksgiving prayer just kind of a formality of sorts. And then get into it. Here's one Martin letter getting all the content. and. Then the closing that's right. And what you've got here is just a charts of like all of Paul's all the new letters and how they do this. And in the opening here like you've got First Second Thesselonians, collisions prescription you've got all the letters. And then you've got columns. Yeah, and you fill them out. So you've got Senator Collins Copied and pasted. The opening paragraph, Paul's the sender Yup. He gives himself the title usually. He does it and I the second Thesselonians. The next call movers called it the. Call the description. So the opening like here's what I am. Let me describe why that's right. It's important Dorian. Yeah. Yeah. So in other words when Paul the most basic form would be Paul Tucson. So yeah, he actually not one of his letters that way. He almost always adds a description of himself. Sometimes short, sometimes long he often names the group that produced a letter and then it comes from, they'll named people. So that's the first thing he He rarely puts just his name, usually his name in other people's names, and he usually describes himself with long or short descriptions, and so here's the basic point. Is that if you start comparing all the different beginnings of the New Testament letters, you'll notice when Paul or Peter or John is taking the. Forum and tweaking adapting it to the unique purposes of that letter. That's the basic idea.
Los Angeles - Apple Fire In Riverside County Intensifies To More Than 20,000 Acres
"Thousands were evacuated from California wildfires. ABC is Dorian Shaw, near one in Riverside County. Hundreds of firefighters battling a massive inferno from the air and the ground one that's been multiplying in size and 0% contained. The Apple Fire started a small brushfires days ago. It's now out of control, scorching nearly 15,000 acres in Cherry Valley east of Los Angeles and still growing the fire speed, forcing residents to evacuate nearly 8000 have fled their homes Fire under
Parts of North Carolina under mandatory evacuation due to Hurricane Isaias
"Hyde County, North Carolina, authorities have issued a mandatory evacuation for Oprah Coke Island at the southern end of the Outer banks. Residents are still struggling to recover from Hurricane Dorian's wrath last September. I'm Jim
White couple arrested after gun pulled on Black family in Michigan
"Now have been filed against a white woman and her husband. After she pulled a gun on a black mother and her daughters outside of a chipotle restaurant and Orient Township, Polonius assault punishable by up to four years in prison. That's the charge against 32 year old Gillian Woo Stenberg of Independence Township and her 42 year old husband, Eric. A white couple who investigators say pulled handguns on a black Pontiac mother and her two daughters in the parking lot of a Chipotle restaurant, a Dorian Township. Although much of the racially charged confrontation was captured on video, Oakland County Sheriff Mike Bouchard said the incident began minutes earlier on the three were beheaded inside to Chipotle away away on on the the one one woman. woman. Vehicle Vehicle was was headed headed out out with with her her food. food. And And there there was was a a bump. bump. As As a a Internet Internet is is it it One person said they didn't realize they had bumped the other person with food bag and the other person felt they needed to give it getting apology. Then it escalated from there. Julian Winston Burg and her husband, according to the sheriff, are legally licensed gun holders with no prior criminal histories. In
‘She’s got the gun on me’: White woman charged with assault after pulling pistol on black mother, daughter
"Polonius assault punishable by up to four years in prison. That's the charge against 32 year old Gillian Woo Stenberg of Independence Township and her 42 year old husband, Eric, The white couple who investigators say pulled handguns on a black Pontiac mother and her two daughters in the parking lot of a Triple Tase restaurant, a Dorian Township although much of the racially charged confrontation confrontation was was captured captured on on video video Oakland Oakland County County Sheriff Sheriff Mike Mike Bouchard Bouchard said said the the incident incident began began minutes minutes earlier earlier on on the the three three were were beheaded beheaded inside inside to to Chipotle Chipotle and and the the one one woman woman kind kind of of vehicle vehicle was was headed headed out out with with her her food. food. And And there there was was a a bump. bump. As As a a Internet Internet is is it it One person said they didn't realize they had bumped the other person with food bag and the other person felt they needed to give it getting apology. Then it escalated from there. Julian Winston Burg and her husband, according to the sheriff, are legally licensed gun holders with no prior criminal histories.
"dorian" Discussed on Power 106 FM
"Think of the gene be still pretty let me check because I like the fact the platform for like Dorian three nine what death will come for me the stock shat themselves thank you yes so but now I'm just he will be going to do with the world like the spelling bee right click like this thank I didn't you in the house with the lease while when you can.
Immigrant in ICE custody dies after testing positive for COVID-19
"Eighty six the prisoner at the terminal island federal detention center in San Pedro has died from Kobe nineteen and more than half of the facilities thousand inmates have tested positive for corona virus as well as fourteen staffers that makes terminal island which is between the ports of LA and Long Beach one of the most significant concentrations of coronavirus cases in the state meanwhile a detainee in immigration and customs enforcement custody has died of Kobe nineteen he was being held at the old time mesa detention center in San Diego county this marks the first coronavirus death of an immigration detainee in ice custody nationwide KPBS reporter Max Rivlin Nadler has more detainees were alerted by guards on Wednesday morning that a fellow detainee had died of cove in nineteen this comes after a Monday hearing where a government lawyer said a detainee was in great condition last week a judge ordered the release of over seventy medically vulnerable detainees at the facility but as of Monday I said only released to individuals Dorian Edgar set though is an attorney who represents clients currently in detention at Otay mesa she says by dragging its feet ice is costing lives I mean there there aren't many people who are at the team is attention central already have released onto already have places to go if I should give the green light does the right thing and went out absolutely preventable and this person's diet unnecessarily immigration and customs enforcement has yet to confirm the death the detention center which is run by the private prison group CoreCivic currently houses a hundred thirty two ice detainees who have tested positive for the
"dorian" Discussed on Toure Show
"So somebody wants autism identity. They're like Yo. That's that's that's technically abused. You were bully. And now he's a man you're a teenager. That's not a fight as abuse. Yeah but to me I was like yes a fight that doodle time man but not thought one day I was GonNa win it just never. I never get to that place. So how does that continue to weigh on you when you like now? I know what that was about Like I said it goes back to the whole about the bravado and at Braggadocio attitude that we as black men oftentimes told to have you know and I do. I know what it's like to live in fear you know and I knew what that did to me when I went outside into Into the St Joe's would I was outfitted. No one if this guy is he was six nine three hundred pounds. If this do couldn't scare me or kill me. I didn't have any fears about anybody that I encountered outside of the House. You know but then also harbored a lot of anger by digging into a confrontation would go from zero to one. Hundred way fasted in averaging being carried throughout most of my life throughout most of my twenties early thirties. And then you realize listen. Minutes is not a way to to to to to navigate through world. Costs you legal fees and you know all kinds of things. This is not something that you WanNa do especially considering the career that I have you know. That's the beautiful thing about acting. As you have an opportunity to use as outlet push that energy out to the world and you're applauded for it but You know you gotta go somewhere and deal with it. You gotTA PUT US somewhere. They say I read. The jazz is part of your upbringing. And part of your style as an actor. How how is that? Where where do you see that connection in you when I was About twenty years old joined the company in the jazz actor stater and it was a company that been around since the seventies and started by earning the contact Lakers McClintock and his concept was like jazz musicians. You know you go and you you you you work on your on your craft and then I'll which come out of the shed and you start to jam you. Can you have that? You have those those skills and you come out and you're able to freestyle Ed- and bring yourself numbering yourself but bring your own interpretation to the material but yet still stay within the rules and regulations of whatever that material is and it just found it very free no in finding defraying in the Approach more is that You know you could play this note. A little differently You know what? The song is a and You know maybe maybe speed up this is part or maybe do this a little differently and you notice it any human being that you mean it. They have the different rhythms and different ways of saying the same thing and so it's just a great approach to me from a work was the difference between a good actor and a great actor feel. There's a lot of good actors at the Because I think a good actress somebody who can this? This is like bare minimum. Good actor somebody who can say words and not sound like they're reading and tell the story you know and then a great actors some. I was like you have no idea what they're going to do. You have no idea what the journey is going to take you on or when they do your sold You feel it in your core. That to me is a great actor you know in the nettle do is it in terms of the hierarchy of of actors and we think about like there's the biggest stars and then there's you know levels below them Is it like are the guys and women who are the biggest stars are they the best actors and then like you know like like in sports we think about the we think about the best athletes. We think about the best basketball players. Whatever Lebron is the best player that's why he's the most famous you know and down the line? Is it like that or it because sometimes I wonder if like well? He's more famous and better looking than X Y and Z. But he's not a better actor than this guy over here who's never the lead. But he's you know he's second third banana but he's incredible actor. Yeah now it comes down to the best travel eighty you know it was the most Osa ultimately you know. It's like any big man. It's it's it's an industry that is that the goal is to sell tickets even to get general audiences into the into the theater or the tune into a show. People have some kind of brand recognition. They want to know what it is. They're going for so a lot of times. The big stars are because you know you're GonNa get when you show for them so it's like brand recognition you know you know what? Adam Sandler is GONNA do and it's fine. That's what you show up for and so it allows the other actors to Kinda create a different world around that person and then every now and again you will catch one of those you know like a Denzel Washington who there randy is that they do something different every time you know as as does got older and things like that they are still things that we know that as Denzel ISM and at you know someone could imitate denzil. I remember for years I was like I can do a denzel impression. That he doesn't do anything mckinney. Personate and then ask you. Started doing your allow. Actually does you know but it took a while for me to to see that too. Many many movies do the for like a you know Johnny Depp or Brad Pitt. Guys are able to kind of disappear. Caprio able to disappearance arose Baxter brand. You know you go and you want to be surprised by that. That's that is so difficult to achieve as an artist that some people don't ever WanNa you know it's just easier to lean on your looks or easier to lean on shake you know it's it's it's very very very very profitable for psalms. Tell them stop. So you're you're you're you're a great actor you're trained you care deeply. Think deeply about the the craft and all that how do you Dorian move up so that in five or ten years you're getting bigger roles you're the star of the show year the number one and number two in the movie. How do you? How do you ascend professionally? I think that I know personally for me. A has a down to me being more confident. I had to get to a space of more confidence in who I was what I brought to the table as an artist because I definitely had those opportunities early on I was giving in my early twenties. I was given opportunities that. Were like almost like a fork in the road. You go this way your next Eddie Murphy or go this way and your your character acted and what I realized was when I was getting those office. Development Deals at networks to create my own show.
'Sea calf' born to cow that swam to shore after hurricane
"Well heartening story with all this bad news it's an amazing tale of survival tonight a calf has been born to a pregnant cow swim for miles to shore after being swept away by hurricane Dorian way back in December the newborn CECAFA the offspring of one of three counts that were found in north Carolina's Outer Banks after Dorian residents of cedar island say it's been hard to get close to the mom and calf they want a photo but they say they run away at the sight of humans when hurricane Dorian generated an eight foot many so not me it did wash away dozens of animals twenty eight horses were
'Sea calf' born to cow that swam to shore after hurricane
"A campus been born to a pregnant cow who swam for miles to shore after being swept away during hurricane Dorian this was last September the newborn C. calf is the offspring of one of three callers found in north Carolina's Outer Banks after Dorian residents of cedar island say it has been hard to get close to the mother and the calf for a photo because they run at the side of humans now in hurricane Dorian generated an eight foot mini site tsunami it was washed away dozens of animals and killed twenty eight wild horses again this was a cowl a pregnant cow that swim for miles to
Climate change is making some hurricanes more severe
"Last year. Hurricane Doria struck the Bahamas with wind speeds of more than one hundred eighty miles an hour. It was the strongest land falling. Atlantic hurricane on record and it came during the fourth year in a row with above normal hurricane activity. I don't think it's an exception. I think we're moving towards hurricane seasons. That will be more lar- like these. Where the extreme stronger storms are getting stronger. Asteroid called us at the Union of concerned. Scientists says research indicates that warming oceans provide more fuel for storms. That can make hurricanes more intense. And it's not only that wind speeds are increasing. The warming atmosphere can hold more water vapor so more rain can fall during a single storm in the case of. Dorian it stalled. It stayed over the Bahamas for a long period of time dumping rain and creating damage and there have been studies showing that the stalling of hurricanes. It's kind of a global trend called says that until the world reduces global warming trend towards strong devastating hurricanes is likely to continue.
Coronavirus screenings to begin at Boston's Logan Airport
"Officials increasing precautions but doctor Armand Dorian at U. S. C. Verdugo hills hospital warning against one of the more popular methods in the United States you do not need a mask for coronavirus B. O. S. centers for disease control and prevention identifying Logan airport is one of twenty additional airports that will soon have enhanced screening for passengers arriving from China there have been no confirmed cases of coronavirus in Massachusetts and the risk to residents remains low
Jerry Herman, the Tony Award-winning composer behind "Hello, Dolly!" and "La Cage aux Folles," has died at age 88
"Jerry Herman the Tony Award winning composer behind hello Dolly and look college also has died at age eighty eight Jerry Herman's I am what I am one of his most popular tunes his god daughter Jane Dorian says he died from a pulmonary complications in Miami where he'd been living with his partner real estate broker Terry Marla firming created ten Broadway shows and contributed to several more he won two Tony awards for Best Musical hello Dolly and look how Johnson tributes are pouring in from Broadway royalty Harvey Fierstein to eating we lost one of the great I'm Jim Walker
Holiday festival lifting spirits months after Hurricane Dorian
"In parts of the Bahamas they weren't expecting anything for Christmas not after hurricane Dorian which wiped out thirteen thousand homes and killed at least seventy people but CBS's Errol Barnett found the holiday spirit is stronger than ever even after a category five storm more than three months after the most powerful hurricane ever recorded hit the water is not safe to drink three hundred people are still listed as missing and some thirty thousand Bahamian remain homeless that's why Johnnie Morris the founder of bass pro shop with the nonprofit convoy of hope all reporting a four day holiday fast I just started thinking about what we do for the kids can we make them happy ten thousand people attended opening night Christmas music Santa Claus in a music rights help them put aside the pain of hurricane recovery there were even skydivers dressed as Elvis all of the families who attended the winter Wonderland left the festival arms filled with toys and
Why do some people love cruising so much?
"So let's talk about cruising there's a huge upwards of thirty million Leeann people this year are going to cruise. It is definitely a subculture. Why do people love cruising so much? It's not really a subculture. What happens is someone takes it's a cruise and in they cruise on the right experience for them they become cruisers for life So it's not a subculture. Yeah is actually everyone. Yeah could be cruisers for life if they cruise in the first place so under penetrated in every market in the world. And we're GONNA be under penetrated us one point four billion estimated travelers year. Half a billion vacationers a year in the world thirty million cruisers so really small part of the market all the cruise ships added together at Upton less than two percent of hotel rooms in the world one of every two people cruise with us. So we don't even consider all the cruise lines as competitors because I we're gonNA chase the other one percent and we're gonNA chase the ninety eight percent. Yeah it's not that as cruises for certain types of people is that there's a certain cruise for every person if you're with a bunch of college friends different way the kids with you a different one different destinations. If you're dying to go to eighty that's GonNa be a certain choice but the reality is at any moment in time there's a Reich cruise experience for what you're looking for Socialization Fun Excursion Adventure. Sure whatever it might be and if you get that experience in that moment you're looking for it you realize cruises just the best way to travel all right just a quick update from your perspective have on the heels of Hurricane Dorian that ravaged the Bahamas. How are the Bahamas you know the Bahamian people are extremely resilient we have a lot of operations in Grand Bahama almost wish was hit by during we have a shipyard there we have a new project? We're building a new destination there. That's GonNa Continue. The shipyard is up and running not only is up and running but while also providing technical support and manpower to help get the water system you know for the area for the general population reinstituted and we're also helping with the hospital spill to get the hospital up and running but the shipyard is already backed up. We have private islands there. We have a destination throughout the Caribbean but to private islands and the Bahamas Half Moon Cay and princess key. Both of those are up and Robin already and we have another project a new project we have one in half moon cay well established but a new one. We're GONNA continue with that so we see a good recovery. Our job is to bring commerce to help that recovery accelerate and then the provide the support that that we can through that and through the rest of the community
"Existential" is Dictionary.com's Word Of the Year
"Dictionary dot com is chosen it's so word of the year existential Hey it's thanks to for Kian Toy Story four apparently an editor of for the site says the word used phrases like existential crisis in which a person or toy questions the meaning of their life existential was in searches after wild fires hurricane Dorian and mass shootings at also spiked in searches related to presidential
"Existential" is Dictionary.com's Word Of the Year
"Existential has been named word of the year by dictionary dot com the word came up in many searches after the wild fires hurricane Dorian and the mass shootings in Christchurch New Zealand and el Paso Texas it's also been used by both Bernie Sanders and Greta tune bird to describe climate change as an existential crisis it even came up and Toy Story four when the character forty suffered an existential crisis convinced his destiny is in the trash and totally embraces his purpose as Bonnie's treasure
"Existential" is Dictionary.com's Word Of the Year
"You Neri dot com is out with their word for the year the weird existential was in the air this year as dictionary dot com said it was widely searched in the aftermath of hurricane Dorian wild fires and mass shootings in Christchurch New Zealand and el Paso Texas as well as topics involving the trump administration in politics in general it also was a popular theme in the movie Toy Story four as the character sport he believes it's destiny was in the trash can until it learns that has a larger purpose search is also popped up when democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders characterized climate change as an existential crisis and former vice president Joe Biden called the president an existentialist to
Dictionary.com chooses `existential’ as word of the year
"Dictionary dot com's word of the year is existential existential as an adjective affirming or implying the existence of a thing the word has been brought up by people like teenage climate change activist Greta tune bird we also facing existential crisis and democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden the president is literally an existential threat to American dictionary dot com says there were sustained searches for existential after these references as well as in the aftermath of wildfires hurricane Dorian and deadly mass shootings even Toy Story four character forty spark searches for existential Hey John Kelly with dictionary dot com says searches for existential literally and figuratively speaks to the sense of grappling with our survival I'm a Donahue
"dorian" Discussed on Pen Pals with Daniel & Rory
"We have two weeks before our Atlanta one. We talked about something who knows if we'll ever ver- deliver on anything if you are nudist issue and for somebody who's like if you're new to this show and your leg look we. I these guys they. They make a lot of promises. That's our hearts always in our heart is there but if you have been with us since day one you're just palling it out. You Know Oh yeah you know that we will never ever deliver. We deliver our heart and our thoughts yeah. There will be some. I gotta say we're getting some bad ass merch. We're GONNA HAVE TO WE'RE GONNA have to and also that Patriot when that drops I mean there's going to be what did we also sake. This is smart of us. We know our limit say people if you have urged you to this show ideas and you're coming to Atlanta. Ten of them make ten t shirts and sell L. or give them away. Do what everyone always right next to us. As we thank people was and honestly you don't be a Dick about the price but honestly if you wanna be the reds and everyone was six hundred bucks then fucking great great. Do whatever you want. We're just saying if you got a t shirt and you're selling it for like. Let's say fifteen. You're probably going to sell L. all of them and if you have ten you're GonNa make one hundred and fifty bucks and it's like cool even gives a shit. That's great. That's very money yeah but if you've got some shirts Bringham give them away sell them. Do whatever the fuck you want. The venue will know that people are showing up and it's going to be an open market when it turns into a swap meet. I would love that. There's too many selling. I'm selling coffee mugs that I made candles pen candles. Hen Candles folks you. WanNa go to the letters. Should we go to him or should we. Oh I know my God you just fuck in rate and you just went into the ground and then came from Oregon on it. How do you work gone that lot of TM DUDE LA la La Lynch lot of TM TM L. as the only place as I ever hear anyone say tm and I never hear anyone else. Say what's that everyone's like. Oh transcendental meditation yeah well. It's a common phrase. It's it's a common occurrence yeah out here doing tm. Oh cool good cycle at Tam. I've been tim and I gotTA learn transcendental in dental meditation. I think it'd benefit to me. Go up first. Stop making that noise right. Rory new listeners Roy makes nor does that sound like look. I'm great at fully. I can talk and do it at the same time. I'm not doing right now. I'm talking and I'm doing the Foley zing the micro machines guy this is Dennis. SORTA lives in that world mitalent. It's not let me go let me okay. It is so cold in the studio and you're wearing shorts and a t-shirt Are you bothered by an no. I'm from Sheikh going nine doing my bits. Hey guys that's a nice way to do. It hope you're well. I'm a lot of energy. I'm oh I hope you're well. I'm a longtime listener first-time writer. I wanted to earn my pallor stripes before I reached out. I respect that I hashtag grew through the shoe to my husband. Now we listened to the new episode every Wednesday on the way to work with sidebars of our own discussions on the topics. I love that Roy. That's that's what that's the point of yeah. It's strange how many of these letters feel like they apply to me or US somehow but I guess that is part of the beauty of this community. You've built a smiley face Shimon Dotan so it is Saturday and we are awaiting Hurricane Dorian all right so now we all know when in our lives collective lives this was sent it Saturday and we are awaiting Hurricane Doreen. We live in Tampa in the Tampa area Florida. We've been here for twelve years and my husband husband is native. We have different differing views of this situation every year. He might really believe that there is a secret meteor meteor hit and became lodged beneath. Tampa ages ago that repels hurricanes from this area with magnetism or something. I already love that theory to the the point where I can't not accepted as true. It's big into that He insists the numbers are on his side so far seems to be right with the exception of Irma a few years ago which was big enough to swallow the state anyway this means that he never worries an only minimally prepares. He says it will always turn or stall out and everyone is overreacting. Goddamn Florida man I on the other hand can't help but get pretty wound up every time I am prone to doing Zaidi and a hate watching and waiting for two weeks while the storm grows and works its way towards us. There are always numerous sudden changes in pl- paths and degrees degrees of severity in fact as I write this. They've changed the trajectory yet again and now it may might not make landfall in Florida at all so even if it's not a still pill Alabama for sure so even if it's not expected to hit our area directly. There's a big response at the gas stations in grocery stores. The schools even even close preemptively in case. They need to be opened as emergency shelters. The state has been in an official state of emergency for days to prepare. We are prepared in a basic sense. It's but it all adds up and always makes me feel like we should be doing more. I'm originally from the flattest planes of Indiana where the tornado sirens sounded weekly all summer. We're the only prepping you did was throwing your kids in the basement with your permanent prep stash while the family patriarch sits on the ports shit talks tornadoes with other neighborhood good ole. Oh Boy La honestly love that too probably as like a rifle shooting at Mentor Newton love that that seems so much less scary to me. I think it's because the last time before and during to worry and less outside hype to influence my anxiety that my real questions what type of natural disasters do you think is scariest Gary. And why have you had any close calls. I'm pretty certain will be fine. Look forward to hearing back from you soon into the Penny's pals who were expecting to be hit harder than us. Stay safe and I wish you the best thanks for being a friend tiffany golden girls closing closing no fan such a great show. God I would love to be magnetic repellent buried deep in the soil when I read. This is going to start with it. He's GonNa go right here like like repels the hurricane it attracts me. The theory attracts me. You would love if you were like in the new. Ber- yeah and your driver like on your way from the airport to the hotel. Do the shows the Tampa Improv. I think that's what's down there you know and he was like a little something something about moved down here from Chicago about ten years ago after he was done with the Jack Jack Jack Rehired retired Arnovitz still makes it anyway down here in Tampa. They gotta think I'm going to be a lot of people i. It sounds like crazy being ten years man. Tell me what it is. There's a meteor hit here about six hundred thousand years ago. Whatever and they say they say they say they say that every time it comes the magnetism the they know all this shit anyway if you listen to. What do you mean the current locals? It's always right say no. Why is no one claiming to be thing right right and then as soon as you meet the guy who is they. you never buy duck is a lunatic now that I've met who they as hey they say the earth is flat. I can't combine the fun of it. All you want your. La Guy I get it but I'm telling you. There's there's a magnetism down here pushes all the hurricanes away. Let some material for your show tonight. There's a meteor hit six hundred they say around six hundred six hundred six hundred thousand thousand years ago. I say to my buddy Daniel and he's still he's like. Oh you hit a new shows. I used to work with COMEDIANS. Daniel van Kirk brokenhearted could hearted son of a good he he had turned to comedy to shift his emotional swing out of hybrid down packet. Now I said bury it have a coffee in an old fashioned donut dip it and then go solve a crime God. I want that meteor thing to be so fucking true. Do I get all this the husband's native so he's like Ben through it. She's from Indiana. There's no they don't even.
"dorian" Discussed on Today in Focus
"Hurricane Dorian which is destroyed parts of the Bahamas was one of the worst storms uh-huh history after hit last week Guardian reporter Oliver Lock traveled to the capital. Naso began trying to reach the worst affected islands. Uh access seemed impossible until an unlikely solution presented it so an offer of a lift on a Royal Caribbean cruise as liner could the symphony of the only body with a group of journalists and NGO workers and found himself surrounded by tourists enjoying luxury holidays. Yeah it was a surreal thing to see. I guess you know one minute your sitting in a luxury cruise cruiseliner watching people eat there looks to as the next minute. You're out there looking speaking to people who've lost absolutely everything. The Bahamas is a popular destination is nation for cruise ships. It's golden sandy beaches led to it being described by a NASA astronaut as the most beautiful place from space tonight. A desperate rush in the Bahamas or thousands are stranded on the island of Avocado and Brand Bahama but now a recovery recovery effort is underway at least fifty people have died and thousands still missing with rescue is hunting under rubble for signs of life as as you have managed to survive have lost everything while they're left with is questions about how to rebuild their lives in a world where the woman climate mean storms like this a certain and to get was from the Guardian. I'm Rachel Humphries today. InFocus reporting from the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian.
"dorian" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"IOU was born into the Iowa tribe okay possibly in Saint Louis in the Missouri area area there sure when she was a teenager she married appear Dorian Junior. Okay peer was the son of the French Impersonator Personnel Sorry Interpreter Day. You know which one I want it to be. That's right. They bought gentleman. They bought it again had the French interpreter who traveled with Lewis and Clark on their expedition. peer senior was French creole rule starting to worry that he's not French way too big too small. They're me not fresh and then Tampa Pearson Yours French creole a descendant of the Acadians who we met in episode he traveled the Western Frontier and spent time with different native American tribes. He married a Sioux woman and they had children one of whom was peer junior so irving I should say the name Washington Irving wrote a lot of this okay so he wrote that father and son would sometimes drink eh together and then get in fights when they got older not when he's shirt now baby would not surprise me anyway. Peer Junior often won those fights okay okay if he can beat a man. That's cool yeah well. You don't have that addiction to alcohol that he has so you can just get a buzz whereas like remember this. Pierre Junior grew up married a woman from the tribe named Holy Rainbow Nice. I'll write that name came from the guy that saw the double rainbow holy cow die the guy's the Best Best Double Rainbow Guy and the best part I think is I believe one point. He thinks it might be a triple rainbow. Yeah that's right and there's a fleeting moment. There is a second thing it's always a triple rose more of double so then he then peer abandoned. Holy Rambo he was out okay she was out of his second wife married again Marie. She was about five feet five inches. She's tall kind and very patient. They had two sons Sean Baptiste and Paul Very French sure yeah pure was looking for work as a guide or interpreter his dad and impersonator or impersonate John Jacob Astor wanted to establish a fur trading post at the mouth of the Colombia River. Okay Astor had made a fortune from killing animals for their fur around the Great Lakes awesome. I put that part in but that's what it is. It's great yeah so he was just just doing like apocalypse of beavers. It's very cool now he wants to do the same thing on the coast of Oregon and hope to control the fur trade with Asia okay great right and then you can send animal skin over to another country fantastic. The expedition got job on was to identify locations for for or trading posts so astor created the Pacific for a company in June eighteen ten. He managed the business from New York and he sent two groups out. West one by see on the ship. Tonkin supplies and people to start trading and then another group were to go buy land and set up for for posts on the way and then they would meet at the place. The boat guys set up okay. I want the boat job for sure. People are guys Krill. They Long Ah one for trading post story about the expedition left Saint Louis and was led by Wilson Hunt who had zero zero experience traveling in the wilderness but his name's hunt or trading with native Americans gotTa know he it's just a it's a family thing yeah you wouldn't understand. You're an anthony. I know I know bloodhound. My name doesn't get him out there and he's just like he knows the wild six cents yeah. He's like a wolf boy yeah yeah yes. He just gets out there and all of a sudden so you don't need any experience or knowledge or anything. It might be my last name. Reynolds and nobody can deal with leftovers. It's better and I didn't know that when when someone was like Oh we're gonNA toss this quiche. I go you don't need to toss it and I put a bunch of foil around the the thing that it was in another that I put it in the fridge and then you know what happened two days later Miracle Day more the quiche wow. It's like the oil oil. Hannukah stories are bad. Well you got a lot of these appear was picked because he was good at business. I mean hunt was picked because he was good at business. Okay leading make sense okay. I was only twenty nine years old so this is the guy yeah. Young inexperienced has got a business mind. Get them here. Trees graduated from Dartmouth Perfect. Let him be the one who tells you how to build a shelter. so the main trading post at at the Missouri River was continually harassed by black feet so much so that the commander Mr Henry had had to abandon the post crossed the rocky mountains in order to set a new trading post along the Columbia River. Nobody knew what had become of him okay so he was working looking for that was sorry. That's the rival trading company whose to training camp okay so the first one is the Pacific for combat. That's the one they're going to set up right and he's his one is which one this this is this. Is Mr Henry Okay. Mr Henry has set up A. I think it's the British for company. It doesn't matter because they don't end up being around very much but it's a rival company sure and so this guy set up for it then the natives were like hey what if you're not here and he bails. Illinois three went okay so the worry it was that he'd been killed by native Americans share so Han arrives and Saint Louis. It'd be great if like in the pelts they just saw hunt skin. Oh dear Lord. I think we've found I'm just a face just trading him some guys some guys just go wearing and over show. I'll tell you this thing really keeps the warmth in. I don't know what's going on and then it's got this hood feature God. That's odd anti-aids. No I am aware but if you see we've cut this job oh so it's kind of like a Hoodie a little watch this her all through the businessman auto everything. I'm just kidding. Actually it's still under here. I like it. I'll take ten yeah unfortunately go God. What did I do. What do I do. It's me Larry Kidding. It's me again hey Larry. He's been dead for a week so so hunt rise and Saint Louis Henry Henry worked for the Missouri for a trading company. That's the rival Pacific trading for trading company Missouri Okay. They're above above killing animals sure that's great stuff right telling that's cool. You can just go out in nature and kills them and sell it. Well because it's yours yeah. It's not like it belongs to nature now. A new cause you found founded to kill it. No treated like shopping spree. Take everything leave a Husk. That's right so he is hunt is preparing an expedition and also another man for the Missouri for Trading Company is preparing an expedition Mr Manuel Lisa K okay. Mr Lisa and he's going to go look for Mr Henry. Okay that was very unusual for there to be two expeditions at the same time but you know the competitors competing and they're both going to set up trading posts yeah okay but in the same area I want one is going where Mr Henry Fleet and the other one is going there with the purpose so it caused caused a big demand for hunters and explorers who who worked at competing situation chef or higher paying advances quote the greatest difficulty was to find a Su- interpreter carpenter there was one man at Saint Louis a half breed named Pierre Dorian. Okay boy yeah peer had worked nicely. It's called the half afrita. I had to cut out a lot of shots fucking endless on the literature of the past ever tight Senate every time there's a quotas I get it get it again he had and what that means period worked for the Missouri for company the year before and it was a very good employees k. When sober sure okay so the fights with dad the rights they paid off sure but he liked to drink a lot and when he did his bad side came out. I I like that peer potentially a bad hire quote. Oh No it's bad. Pr Walters Faulk you quote while working working for the Missouri Company on the frontier he had been seized with a whiskey mania the and it's time to change the name blackout to whisk you blacked out at the wedding. I did a blackout whiskey mania. I mean that's what we should start new podcast whiskey mania drink whiskey sure God and since that'll be history time yeah oh God and since the beverage could only when we we rip off our own podcast well then we'd be ripping off drunk history right which is a great podcast for people parents to watch and and since the beverage could only be brought at the company store it had been charged to his account at the rate of ten dollars court okay so it's a company. Star whiskey he he likes to drink. He's been running up a tap so he's just running. He's drinking okay and Bucks a court. That's a lot his debt was not paid aid and this became a heated disagreement because he no longer works for the company. Just the mention of the dispute sent peer into a rage okay so he's as sensitive about his drinking problem essentially yeah that's what sounds like. Mr Lisa's threats over the whiskey debt drove peer to work for the rival Pacific fur trading company and Mr Hunt. It's interesting when your job decision making is based. Don Whiskey accent and whiskey debt and whiskey debt and the debt you deaf. He negotiated a very good deal. Mr Hunt three hundred dollars per year ear two hundred to be paid in advance. Okay Pierre now had a job as a guide and interpreter heading to the Pacific coast. It ran in the family as his dad added worked for Lewis and Clark. She said but just went hunts. Group was about to leave Saint Louis. Five American hunters arrived and alleged had been treated poorly by Astor's Chris Company. Okay they refused to travel with Mr Hunt and told all the others about the suffering and dangers they had faced on their expedition. This caused all the hunters who had signed on with hunt to panic. Okay I just I sniff some theatrics well then. He had to pay them all more. Okay okay so they all go but the first one just get down the river. y'All GonNa have to pass the cerebral what the Serapis Serapis yes. I'm sorry I three headed dark but it's got a riddle killer. Ask Riddles titles riddles yeah three hundred doug that is riddled. That's right. It's down by the river. Yeah what down by the river career and if you get past that you got to have sex with the fish man he's half man half fish but it's not in the okay where you'd picture to be like a Merman or somewhere. He's got like half of his bottom. It's like every four inches is scale or skin and it keeps alternating. It looks like Zebra straps until you get passed service with red. What about I gotta go. Fish men have sex Fishman Kibera. Does Fishman have a part or fish. Man has all the parts art. He's got fish and man parts. Okay so you figure out my adviser you know did you have sex with Fishman have had sex with fish man. not this one so there's other fish out there. I'm all regular traveler. I go through a lot of this. We never heard anything about this. Then went to get past Fishman. GotTa new spent a night in the drawer so we're just GONNA take off. We're not really buying the whole thing anymore like I think it is too far fifty dollars. Well Ain't tell me this. Where's the haunted drawer isn't in Wyoming. Where's the hunter it's in well comes out of the side of a mountain work outside of mountain and then what happens what's your next kiss and then you get it and then someone closes the door and then you're in the mountain yeah you spend that no. Why not stupid was with this guy? I don't think he's ready to lead. y'All okay so look. I'm a businessman and I know an bullshitters and I think you're full shit. I don't think there's a three headed dog. I don't think there's a guy with a Dick fish man. I definitely don't think this drawer a Harley drawer. Not just a drawer okay yeah. I miss you later. See you later clown face. There are right clamp aces and you have one Tano as Arcor. I'm regaining prom face so anyway that are you leaving. I just don't know what to do that. Okay well. I walk this way then. I'll see all later. China was over then I still here so I didn't even know I'll see so peer made a deal. He would get on the boat and he was the first guy to make a deal. If Mr Hunt agreed to let him take his wife Marie and their two kids okay who are like two five great perfect perfect age to pass away on a boat that's like she must around the house that the deal figured it out you can come with us have sex when I'm out hunting and I'm doing stuff when I'm traveling dangerous mountains in through horrible streams and find bears I wanNA fuck plus. My whiskey mania kicks in quote quote the evening after they left the expedition so all the other guys signed back on learned that a warrant had been issued against appear Dhahran for his whiskey. Edet risky is really chasing them and Mr Lisa intended to entrap the interpreter up river at Saint Charles so pure heard about the warranty on the way up on the on the boat and he he takes off..
"dorian" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Search for loved ones after hurricane dorian continues online and in moscow voters head to the polls to elect citywide officials but the ballot is missing more than two hundred names we hope for the liberation fresh russia from this people will want to be celebration for our city. We also remember today african strongman robert mugabe shop with vip around the world and also remember him for his cruelty towards me in particular the number of people who have died because of his <music> obsession with power and if you're in europe say goodbye to that i'm marco werman. The stories are more for today here on the world all week. We've been following the slow violent path of hurricane dorian today. It continued battering the carolinas. It's now heading up our way to massachusetts with rain and wind gusts up to sixty miles per hour but that is minor compared to what hit the bahamas. The picture of the devastation is hard to wrap. Your head around towns look like they were bombed. Thousands are are homeless and dozens of people have lost their lives officials in the bahamas fear. The number of dead will soar. We expect the numbers to be you guys doing as for the missing people are looking for relatives and loved ones at the website dorian. People search is being run by vanessa pritchard ansel from the capital. It'll nassau where she lives and works. We caught up with her earlier today. Hi it's marco werman in boston lovely to meet. You lovely meet you how are you. I'm all right. How are you i'm. I'm the bag of emotions so actually it's. It's really hard to answer that but you know i i'm located did on new providence. We we barely got a surface scratch. We got wins theater and some rain and there was some flooding but when you look at the big picture i'm it's it's nothing athene in comparison to what our northern family being abacus in grand bahama endured <hes> and are still very much enduring. I have nothing to complain about really. Will you created a vanessa the website dory and people search dot com. What will what was a need that you identified to build the site and how are people using it was sunday tonight. I and the storm was was hitting. It was really the first night that darkness would've fallen on avocado and i realized realized where i saw on various social media pages people asking for the whereabouts their loved ones that were in the passive dorian and i realized there was no central location for a place where people can go and ask ask this who is actually listing the missing persons are these people who are trying to find join their loved ones this. These are people who are trying to find their loved ones. There is the ability to also input a person in as critical evacuation. We've streamlined into our communications with the canadian consulate here in the bahamas as well as the american embassy here in the bahamas <hes> when someone is marked as critical evacuation ration- we ask further nationality <hes> they those embassies and consulates now get a automatic email so that allows us a faster response time in terms of evacuation. What have you compiled in terms of sheer numbers like how many people are listed as missing so you're the first news outlet what i'm sharing real time data with because we're now in the position really to do that so we have six thousand seven hundred and fourteen entries as if i wanna say fifteen minutes ago.
"dorian" Discussed on PRI's The World
"U._s. Mexico border is distinct in the sense that it begins to target a national group as potential carriers of specific diseases with certain traits certain traits like criminality analogy that we're seeing the political rhetoric of today gabriela salah viagra his story in harvard university specializing in latin america and the border. Thanks so much thank you. I am writing with good news said the email. The good news was that the trump administration was offering several million dollars. The potential new the millionaire was the indian captain of iranian super tanker carrying oil to get his money. All the captain had to do with steer his ship to a port where it could be seized this would prevent iran for making money from selling the oil on board but the captain never responded to the email and so the trump administration wrote a second note. This time was some bad news. The state department threatened to take away the captain's visa to visit the u._s. In the future to put this into context we turn to holly digress. She's with the atlanta council and curates the iran us newsletter. How unusual is this sort of email exchange. Have you ever seen anything like this before in any effort to pressure iran if anything it reminded me of these four one nine emails we sometimes get about a nigerian prince promising us millions or member of the us armed forces offering money from the rock war so if anything i think reading it it was hard to believe for a moment that this was actually coming from the u._s. Department of state and wasn't just one incident incident it was actually about a dozen people were receiving the text messages and emails and there was a follow up email to the ship captain from the state department with the promise of with this money money you can have any life you wish and be well often old age but also warned if you choose not to take the easy path life will be much harder for you. I mean even the language but i'm wondering can this is be construed as extortion and is it illegal. Oh well with an indian national have been able to get an visa to the united states to begin with especially at they had written on their visa paper birds that the captain of an iranian oil tanker so i think for starters. I think that this person would have unlikely never gotten the visa to begin with javad zarif. The foreign minister tehran tweeted about the whole incident calling it quote outright blackmail by the u._s. and use the hashtag be team gangsters. Is that a smart tactic. When you refers to the b. team he's referring to national security adviser john bolton israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu crown prince of saudi arabia mohammad bin salman and the crown prince of the united arab emirates mama bin ziyad so he sees individuals as a group that are before pressuring iran and perhaps starting a war or some forum of regime change. This is what he's arguing right now with this tweet so this evil scheme to the indian captain of this supertanker it was part of a broader broader u._s. campaign to isolate iran. Let's hear from state department. Official brian hook here areas yesterday unveiling another effort. We are announcing a reward of up to fifteen million dollars for any person who helps us disrupt the financial operations of iran's revolutionary.
"dorian" Discussed on PRI's The World
"The first thing that has not happened which really concerned the international community is there's been no esscalation. Hostilities between india and pakistan listeners may recall that at the beginning of the year indian pakistan almost went to war after the suicide bombing of indian paramilitary forces in kashmir that led to an upsurge in ever fair but fortunately both sides decided to exercise restraint so at the start of the month when india took this action. There was obviously agree deal of concern about nuclear powers going to war but i think all of this is bluster. Both sides recognize that the cost of war would be devastating. So what do you think this tells us about the state of india today hindu-majority majority country but a very large muslim minority that feels i think eclipsed india's in the same category in turkey as china hyper-nationalism mm-hmm. We are living in an era of hyper-nationalism. I've been struck by the fact that this so little international condemnation to india after it carried out its act in a way states are able to act in a daring fashion really recognizing. The condemnation of the international community is not going to matter much. How much did modi's he's revoking a article three seventy start or maybe restart a conversation in kashmir about independence the two ways of looking at this the narrative within pakistan stunt has been the kashmir needs a referendum that kush media should decide whether they become an independent nation with a did remain part of india over the they become a part of pakistan has changed over time. There are a number of disaffected young schmead yesterday who i think if you go and speak peak with them who don't like the idea of kashmir being about of pakistan but at the same time there's a puget polarization on the ground on what independence would actually mean what would an independent kashmir actually look like a landlocked state with very limited access to trade so not really in this surreal state where they're suffering on a daily basis all the depredations brought to them by the india nam forces and the police on the ground at the same time. There isn't a leader in kashmir who has the vision the charisma to carry much of the state towards the idea of one independent kashmir took shastri with the asia-pacific program at chatham house speaking with us from washington. Thanks for being with us for sukey. Thanks for having me fear feelings of abandonment post traumatic stress. This is what some children separated from their parents the u._s. Mexico border have been experiencing according to a government report that just came out this week. The trump administration pledged to stop separating migrant families at the border last year but as we've learned those separations are still still happening despite a court order w._n._y._c.'s beth fertig has this story of a man with h._i._v. Who was separated from his three young daughters. Fourteen year old andrea remembers the last time she saw her father they had just crossed the border near el paso last november together with her two younger sisters who are now now eleven and thirteen like many migrants they were kept in a processing center run by customs and border protection and i said yes i i love. It was an indoor location and it was very cold. The family had come from honduras. They were cold but they were still together her until three days later when their father was taken away. It happened so fast. Andrea says they didn't have time to hug each other goodbye. Uh the girls spoke to me in the offices of kind kids in need of defense. It's a nonprofit that represents children region and immigration court. The girls asked us not to use their real names because they're afraid they're now living in harlem with their grandmother. The trump administration's policy z. of separating kids from parents ended in june of last year but the a._c._l._u..
"dorian" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Just so many others did on nine eleven within <hes> several months. I was in afghanistan to reestablish our embassy. <hes> on the of march two thousand two we we held a ceremony around the flagpole the american embassy <hes> the other side of ground zero if you will to <hes> mark that sad occasion and also to state our determination we were in afghanistan we had brought down the government at harvard. The <hes> the terrorists we set out initiatives again very early during my tenure there to bring afghan girls and women back into society girls who've been denied education when the taliban came to power. We're now walking away from all that we are walking away from the the <hes> afghan girls and women that we urge to step forward saying we've got your back what we don't have their back anymore. They'll pay the price not us but looming behind all of that is again. We're setting the stage for exactly what happened on the eleventh of september in two thousand one and it is very painful to watch final ambassador supporters of the taliban tweeting that they've won the war and defeated the united states is just like the mujahedeen beat the soviets do do you see it that way. They certainly haven't defeated this militarily. You know we remain the most powerful force on on earth but unfortunately the <hes> the rush for the exit <hes> that this <hes> this administration has decided on allows allows them to put that out there that they stood against the united states just like they stood against the soviets and again very much as the <hes> the viet cong and the north vietnamese. He's were able to say in paris so it's a it's a pretty sad moment again on. Our military certainly didn't lose a war. <hes> the politicians nations just got tired of it and said let it go and that's what we're doing. We'll pay the price or that down the road as will the afghans ryan crocker one of nine nine former ambassadors who have published a memorandum to express their concerns about the draft deal between the u._s. and the taliban ambassador. Thank you very much thank you. Let's catch up on british politics now. The parties that opposed brexit or using every conceivable maneuver to stop prime minister boris johnson from allowing the u._k. To leave leave the european union on october thirty first with no plan going forward. The divisions are stark still today. Prime minister johnson and said brexit is actually the way a to unite the country the longer this goes on the more dithering delay we have from <hes> from parliament inspired. I'm afraid by jeremy corbyn the worst thing we'll be throwing his main political rival jeremy corbyn under the bus there when johnson was asked if you'll go back to brussels seeking a new brexit deal he said i'd rather be dead in a ditch to give it to resign fast minister of than going after that i just don't i really cost a billion pounds a month breath..
"dorian" Discussed on PRI's The World
"By the united states as very reminiscent of the peres peace talks to end the vietnam war <hes> before we sat down out of the table it was already clear that these were surrender talks and it is the afghan government and the afghan people that are going to pay the price in the piece. You wrote ambassador ambassador with eight other former u._s. Ambassador you say that it is not even clear whether peace in afghanistan is possible which is in itself kind of a stunning statement but you also say a major troop withdrawal must be contingent on a final peace so if peace is lose of how long will u._s. Troops stay in afghanistan. We need eight eight right-sized force which i think we have had now and a long term commitment. There's not a high price to pay neither in blood orange treasure. I would see it as a pretty good insurance policy against eight return say of nine eleven to maintain that presence as long as we need to and a return to nine eleven i a as as a safe haven for terrorists and extremists to kind of plot but that's the key security point in all of this is the taliban is no kinder gentler than they were prior to nine eleven when they ran that country they seek to run it again so when they come back. It's a pretty safe bet. Al qaeda will come back with him. We've seen in this movie before and to set the stage for what we saw. In nine eleven to me is incomprehensible and indefensible all that despite the pledge in the deal to to break the alliance with al qaeda the taliban will say anything. We want them to say right now because they know once we go. We're not gonna come back. There is a next step in this piece deals. I understand that would be the taliban negotiating with the afghan government. Does that encourage you not at all. I once we have signed our surrender. Our withdrawal agreement the taliban is not going to concede anything to the afghan government and frankly. I would be surprised iced if those talks ever take place ambassador. We're just days away now from another nine eleven anniversary. What was it like a writing this opinion piece knowing knowing what the roots were of this war well. It was frankly heartbreaking <hes> i i saw my life changes..
"dorian" Discussed on WRVA
"Dorian not expected to weaken as it heads up the coast there still for predicting a category two one hundred mile per hour winds Thursday night into Friday morning as a skirts from eastern North Carolina and I'll say the track could take a west of Hatteras a little closer into the inland areas here and then moving off to the northeast from their Friday during the day NBC twelve dot com's Jim Duncan the navy today has sent Virginia ships and aircraft out of harm's way naval ships that aren't undergoing maintenance are heading far enough out to sea in anticipation of the rough waters that the storm will bring naval aircraft are being moved to hangers or are being flown to a safe in the on air field until the coast is clear about thirty soldiers will be stationed in Hampton Roads or the eastern shore helping with duties like high water transportation and debris removal if the storm packs more of a punch more personnel and more equipment could make their way there as part of the response effort Jeff stable to newsradio W. R. V. navy public affairs spokesperson Beth Baker says thirty ships have gotten under way so far today it's safer to take it ships under way and to remain at sea until storm passes tied up at peers can be very dangerous not just for the ships to damage them but certainly the peers are tied to and really more importantly the personal at all our our border would remain on board the who says navy installations are also shoring up their buildings with sandbags in B. C. twelve dot com's Andrew Friedman on what the metro can look for other western side although we think we get a decent you know and she answered two of rain but the Weston and write the county will probably get way less than the will of the east side of town and you know Charlotte fills going to get you know half an inch of that and this is the biggest threat will be the possibility of prolonged wind gusts of forty miles an hour or more which could lead to downed trees and power lines president trump weighing in on hurricane Dorian and what the federal government is doing in states and in the Bahamas ABC's Karen Travers is at the White House president. comes as the U. S. government is helping with humanitarian assistance in the Bahamas after hurricane Dorian devastated parts of the islands he said the government there I asked for American help we have the numbers helicopters and we're sending some some people to give them a hand and they need a big hand what's going on over there is incredible few people have seen anything like that Karen Travers ABC news the White House to overnight fires friend right go cruise including one with injuries captain rob Rowley says the first one started just after nine on with lock Avenue off laburnum when someone left a cooking container unattended on a stone firefighters got there quickly and were able to extinguish that fire the folks that were displaced by that fire have already made their own arrangements. for temporary housing really since the second fire started just before to this morning in a town home in the forty six hundred block of twin hickory lake drive in that instance a couple in their seventies didn't have a working smoke detector and were awakened when they started coughing from the smoke they couldn't get out the front door had to go out a window.
"dorian" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1
"From Dorian is that is not going to hit as is not going to hit the Jersey Shore well Fridays will be for a little from those rights have highlight okay Friday yeah but you said it's not gonna be from Dorian well he said it was I didn't say no today's is not from Dorian Friday since he said Friday it's going to be in the area but it's not going to hit anybody all right okay. that's why he does that. the tail end of story yeah but anyway is supposed to be a high of seventy three would you be more like fall then summer which is today five eighty eight on telling the rain moves in there in afternoon drive we got it. and as you know it's back to school time. our. we have someone on the show's got all kinds of people in school three what three people in one school in Tampa yeah three kids are in Tampa and then my fourth one goes to Wesleyan University in Connecticut yeah it's baby Natalie right between us we have seven kids in college that's a lot of care you need the free money. so I would have been given out but Natalie yeah first of all he is a little forgetful like a lot of teenagers right yeah she's going to be and if you're going to major in art yes she's majoring in art. I got all her art supply is she when she left to go to school she took everything by art supplies that.
"dorian" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Dorian is something that likely no one alive has ever seen Jonathan Petre Molla with the accu weather talking about the devastation that Dorian calls on the grand Bahama island leaving at least seven dead that is expected to rise and the hurricane now in the Atlantic moving slowly up the Florida coast bot weaker but still bigger fox's Jackie Heinrich has more from Daytona beach people along the coast of Florida taking every precaution power workers are in place across Florida seventeen hundred utility Wyman ready to restore power if it goes out national guards also in place for water rescues forty five hundred soldiers and airmen ready to jump into action shops are boarded up people have moved to shelters and Dorian is inching up the southeast coast where more than two million people are under mandatory evacuation orders fox's mineralogist Adam clocks tells us where Dorian may be headed by the time you get into Thursday morning you know really running up on portions of South Carolina we continue to watch that slowly creep up this particular model does have is making landfall in North Carolina that's not a guarantee this is one of several models we look at but they're all pretty good agreement that this is going to be getting very close to the coast line this is now into Friday morning so I do think that we're still gonna be looking at this getting a little bit worse before it gets better at last check Dorian was one hundred thirty miles east northeast of Cape Canaveral Florida with winds of a hundred and ten miles an hour investigators believe that all thirty four people missing aboard a dive boat in southern California died the five surviving crewmember submitted written accounts of the tragedy to that in T. S. B. we've also begun to identify witnesses and.
"dorian" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"This wind effect also even down here so certainly further north <hes> you know from from the cape canaveral region <hes> they will they will start to see these impacts ax real soon if they haven't yet so what is the. Can you tell us what what the best guess on. The forecast track of dorian is going to be over the next couple of days yeah it. It's looking more and more likely that the eye wall and i will remain offshore. It's not a sure thing yet but it's it's looking likely <hes> and while that is good news it's still brings at risk of <hes> windblown <hes> ocean which is what as storm surges <hes> that that risk is still there. Even if the storm i wall remain bring off-shore well. Here is <hes> a._b._c. News meteorologist ginger zee <hes> showing video today on good morning morning america of a man getting pushed off appear by a wave and into raging waters. I mean ginger was saying it's a warning really to heed. A officials shows wjr official warnings about storm surges. It is only going to get worse. The beach is not the place and certainly not appear jetty that goes out because this angry see is is coming from a hurricane that we have seen what damage it can do. The storm surge warnings do extend up along the coast. That's a._b._c. news meteorologist ginger zee. I'm joined joined by brian mcnulty. He is senior research associate in atmospheric sciences at the university of miami rosenstiel school of marine and atmospheric science brian you were. I'm just saying a second ago that the eye wall of dorian might stay off the coast but how how many more days is is this storm going to have an effect on <hes>.
"dorian" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"It's very conspiritors if you don't have to be outdoors that's the bahamas foreign minister darren. Hen field saying power lines down. Lamp posts are down. It's dangerous to be outdoors so brian. Mcnulty is the bahamas going to get a break from dorian. <hes> unfortunately not real soon <hes> it's just been an unimaginable thing to have happened there to have a category five his hurricane to come in and start all over the the grand bahama basically for twenty four four hours <hes> so things will gradually improve at the storm starts to drift north but as of now it's just literally adrift one mile per hour so it's not in any hurry to leave those places who ecorse wanted to move away as quickly as possible things start to see what has happened and how the start trying to get people <hes> found in <hes> so that stalling of dorian over the bahamas means that they've been suffering from one hundred twenty mile an hour winds if not more and ceaseless rain lashing a grand bahama especially. Why did it stall for so long. Yeah there. There was a bit you've uh it was always forecast to come to a gradual stall and then turn north near the florida coast but the length length that stalin was not really foreseen to well <hes> and so what happened is the ridge to north which is what would help steer it <hes> west a little bit and a trough to its north as well. That's coming across the eastern u._s. u._s. <hes> that that is what was kinda slowing down the trough moving in to.
"dorian" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis
"Coming up on the news a Bahamas Commas slammed by category five Harkin Dorian general election discussions in number ten amid brexit battle and Berlin zoo celebrates red birth of panda twins. It's Monday September Timbuktu. I'm Anthony Davis Hurricane. Dorian has caused unprecedented unprecedented devastation in the Bahamas. The country's leader has said the storm the second strongest Atlantic hurricane on record remains extremely dangerous said that Prime Minister Hubert menace some thirteen thousand houses of fear damaged or destroyed according to the International Red Cross pictures showed surging floodwaters what is upturned cars and snapped trees. Dorian is the most powerful storm to hit the Bahamas since records began and will later move dangerously close is to the US East Coast according to forecasters it hit the Bahamas as a category five hurricane but it's now weakened to a category four with maximum sustained twins near one hundred and fifty five miles an hour says the US National Hurricane Center in its latest update Dorian will however remain a powerful hurricane during during the next couple of days. The storm is crawling over Grand Bahama with a population of around fifty thousand people and is only sixty miles east of West Palm Beach in Florida. Dorian is traveling west of just over one mile an hour. NHCD said it added that the hurricane would continue to pound Grand Bahama the island through much of Monday the winds at the core of the storm spinning so fast that the center is collapsing on itself stalling over the area and weakening the storms. I this is making it expand and caused damage over large area and could raise water levels by as much as twenty three feet in parts heart. Grand Bahama Island Donald Trump yesterday marveled over hurricane Dorian size incorrectly telling the public about its potential off off and suggesting he's never heard of a category five storm before Dorian in fact is the fourth category five storm to happen under his watch. speculation is mounting that Boris Johnson could call a snap general election in the UK if back bench rebels succeed in passing a bill to delay brexit today the UK Prime Minister has made a statement outside number ten urging politicians not to undermine his negotiations with the EU as opposition and Tory rebels MP's publish a bill designed to rule out a no deal brexit on thirty first of October Toba despite Mr Johnson claiming he didn't want to hold a general election polling day would most likely be before the thirty first of October though the date would ultimately talk be in the control of the government who could decide to change the date at the last minute allowing the UK to crash out of the E U by default without a deal real first minister of Scotland Nicholas Sturgeon tweeted plainly obvious from that statement that Johnson has no plan to get a deal if MP's blink blink tomorrow he will drive the UK off the no deal cliff on thirty first of October. He must not get away with it. Mr Johnson ended his speech h with MP should vote with the government against Corbin's pointless delay. I want everyone to know there are no circumstances in which I will ask Brussels to delay allay. We are leaving on October thirty first. No IFS or buts we will not accept any attempts to go back on promises or scrub that referendum throughout the press conference protesters' could be heard outside Downing Street chanting stop. The coup Berlin Zoo said it's resident Pandang Mang has delivered twins the first time one of the endangered animals has given birth in the country. Mingming became a mom twice. We are so happy we are speechless. The zoo tweeted today posting video of mango guiding reading one of her pink cubs to feed pandas on notoriously difficult to breed making such births rab. The Panda delivered its first cub on Saturday evening running about an hour later. A second baby was born. The sexes have not been determined. The zoo said they weighed one hundred thirty six and one hundred eighty six six grams. The zoo pays fifteen million dollars a year in a fifteen year contract to host them with most of the money going towards the conservation and breeding research program Graham in China. The cubs born in Berlin must be returned to China within four years after they have been weaned about one thousand eight hundred sixty four pandas this remain in the wild in China up from around two thousand in the late nineteen seventies according to the environmental group. WWF just over four hundred pandas live in zoos around the world in conservation projects setup with Beijing you can subscribe to the news with your favorite podcast. APP or ask Your Smart Speaker to play the news with Anthony Davis podcast leave us a review on. I tunes yes and follow us on twitter. At the news underscore podcast for daily updates. 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"dorian" Discussed on Weather Geeks
"To this special edition of whether geeks podcast. We're doing this with the note that dorian hurricane doreen laurien will be closing in on the southeast united states coast in the next few days and i'm here thankfully with meteorologist sayreville ham and we're gonna be talking about some of the things that we all need to know and look for to the forecast we know is going to change forward right right. It's already changed a lot. I mean think about i remember i walked in here monday morning and you you know you were on the phone with doctors cousy executive producers in you know just trying to figure out what this storm is. Doing you know it's kind of like the little engine that could looking invest ninety nine l. over the weekend dan and then in one day we went from tropical depression tropical storm and they're like okay well here. We go. I remember covering dorian at its very early stages over the tropical atlantic and thinking talking to myself. This thing is going to have a hard time getting going because it just didn't look very healthy. It had an environment around it that was really unsuited for rapid development and when we saw the official forecast intensified very quickly approaching the leeward islands. I thought to myself that doesn't seem to be the most likely scenario i think it's kind of a hard time initially and it did but it eventually found its legs and now we're dealing with very different beast. Yeah we definitely i feel like covering on the air. I also whether it's weather underground in addition to the weather geeks so it was like watching this storm kind of evolve monday night tuesday night in the coming out of puerto rico and then all of a sudden last night we have an eye wall shows up up on radar and this thing all of a sudden is kinda wobbly shoveled and all of a sudden. It's like <hes> lockstep here we go and.