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George W Bush Reveals Himself as He Equates Jan 6 With 9/11
"I really knew. Extreme w we hardly knew because so many of us really know what we're getting when we voted for and supported george w bush revealed his true self to listen and for that. We need to be grateful. We needed to be thankful that the picture of dorian gray has come out of the closet with the separating pus and the dripping is and the fangs when george w bush are you body are you body shaming dorian gray no your character shaming george bush. That's right of course that's a few ask. It's like trying to get a chimpanzee embarrassed. But i i am attempting to shame if there is if there is a human art left inside the shell. That is george w bush. There's a single flicker of humanity. I would like to summit so that i can shame it into repentance. We'll look for first of all john. We always were. Both of us are too clever by half. You're too clever by three quarters. What we need to do is very clearly. Lay out what he said the other day so the audience because a lot of people will not have heard this ladies and gentlemen. I tweeted about this. This is shocking. This is disturbing. It's actually sickening and john. Tell my audience What they've won at the service in pennsylvania for the flight ninety three passengers who took down a plane that was headed for the us capitol or the white house. These ordinary americans knew there were throwing their lives away. They charge the cockpit and brought that plane down they brought down the terrorists. George bush's administration officials had led into this country. And george bush. An fbi had failed to stop at a service for these brave american shanksville pennsylvania. That's right george. Bush gets up there and condemns the january six protesters who who were pit protesting peacefully ninety nine point nine nine percent of them protesting peacefully to make sure they're american votes. Were counted in american election. He condemned them. He equated them to the hijackers who brought down the planes on nine eleven and flew them into buildings trying to murder. Tens of thousands of americans. George w bush equated them as extremists who were intolerant and not supportive of
John Zmirak: 'Dubya, We Hardly Knew Ye'
"Written some articles at the stream. Which one shall we discuss. I shall we discuss. Yeah there's an article. W we hardly knew he'd take on a john kennedy book. There was a book by about john. F. kennedy johnny. We hardly knew. Is that bunch of his advisors after he was shot is that true. And it's based on an old irish song about soldier who dies prematurely right. I really knew. Extreme w we hardly knew because so many of us really know what we're getting when we voted for and supported george w bush revealed his true self to listen and for that. We need to be grateful. We needed to be thankful that the picture of dorian gray has come out of the closet with the separating pus and the dripping is and the fangs when george w bush are you body are you body shaming dorian gray no your character shaming george bush. That's right of course that's a few ask. It's like trying to get a chimpanzee embarrassed. But i i am attempting to shame if there is if there is a human art left inside the shell. That is george w bush. There's a single flicker of humanity. I would like to summit so that i can shame it into
Kristen Bell and Jackie Tohn Discuss Their Amazon Prime Preschool Series Do, Re & Mi
"I'm so excited to talk about how this even relate to your show because one of the probably most popular videos on my instagram actually has to do with when our kids are in really tricky moments. How everyone's like. Well what do i say. What do i do. And they feel are tone and are kind of connection and even they feel song way before they process words that we have to get their body back to a place of feeling safe. So i i always end up making up songs with my own kids and that idea for parents have. Oh i don't need to get the script right but maybe even song can help me. Regulate itself is is so powerful knocking off out there. I mean that was the impetus for this show is knowing how important music is. It's the reason why we all know. What baby mozart is. Why they say oh. Put it on your belly. It in music changes. Your brain can put you in a different mood. It can grow the neuro plasticity of your brain like there are studies that tell us that kids get better at math than that. Their social skills when they're exposed to music music education the goal. Jackie had this idea with our friend. Michael they brought it over to my living room as a guinea pig. Tester for my kids. Like hey. They looked at my little girl. They were like you like these images. You respond to these songs. And i said what are you doing. They were like well. We're trying to develop a kids show because music. Education is being cut in all public schools right now and my kids go to public school and i was like i. I want them to get as much music education as possible. Because i wouldn't be here without a music. Education sincerely would not have become an actor. It's how i discovered acting. And i have such a profound respect for it and developing the show. It's jackie labels it a sneak. Teach which i love that term. It's an original animated series in. It's it's entertaining but it's also teaching your kids music theory and emotional lesson a musical genre. All in one and like some of my greatest mom moments are when like my kids are begging us. My phone and i need to succumb to that. But i've found a puzzle game where they have to spell and i handed to them with like a sly smile face knowing they're getting educated and the apps that go along with dorian me will be that because they will be able to make music and they will be growing their brains which is really
Impact of the Death of 3rd Party Cookies With Vlad Zhovtenko
"My big question about the death of third party. Cookies is what was wrong with third party cookies. What was wrong with the ad tracking and attribution and data collection on somebody else's sites. Why was there a need for the regulation and the departure from this tracking technology in the first place. I think the decision to remove the focus is doing by the biggest tech place. It's basically epo facebook Essence google because adults are the companies have the highest amount of i by data which would meant to say this gives them a very strong competitive edge against all the other companies clues to strive on. Stoplight tra- marketing where you don't need to have huge database. Don't anything can program medically blog into worldwide exchange of precious and hunt for where cheap efforts of specific people on some websites while those people ayatollah to audience. And you get the results. You guys are the conventions. The first result of death Those days would begun forever. Okay so the large platforms the facebooks. Google's the apple's of the world who have lots of first party data because they have access to an account for everyone. Everyone's using google facebook and apple. They don't want you to go onto tabua an out brain and the trade desk and all the other places where you're buying your programmatic dorian. Just say gimme cheap clicks for this profile and then i'll retarget them on some of the other platforms that we mentioned before basically facebook apple and google want you to come to their platform and pay a premium to get access for users where they've collected their first party. Data exempt whereby. I think it's a good move for arrows web published just because now that data is something before that pro. Everybody could This business this website. So i have his profile now to find out that somebody wasn't particular website you need to pay for the data or basically to by the ads on the particular website in advertising
Doncic Has 31 Points, Mavs Beat Clippers 113-102 in Game 1
"The Mavericks took their playoff opener is Luca di church dropped in thirty one points in a one thirteen one oh two decision over the clippers especially the more fun if you want obviously but it's a fun basketball I think it's fun for the fans to watch it Dotchin Tim Hardaway junior made five three pointers each and Dorian Finney Smith at four to help Dallas shoot forty seven percent from long range Hardaway finished with twenty one points to finish Smith had eighteen for the maps who led most of the game why Leonard had twenty six points and ten rebounds for the clippers and Paul George added twenty three points but they were a combined three of fourteen on three pointers as the clippers shot just thirty one percent from downtown I'm Dave very
Portsmouth Village Under Threat From Hurricanes and Rising Seas
"Portsmouth village on an island off. The coast of north carolina was once a thriving shipping town. Today nobody lives there but building such as a wooden church a post office a school and clapboard houses remain and they offer a glimpse into life more than a century ago but as the climate changes rising seas and more extreme storms threatened to destroy these historic landmarks twenty nineteen hurricane. Dorian was absolutely devastating. Every single historic structure in portsmouth village was damaged and heavily impacted by the storm. That's jeff west superintendent of cape lookout national seashore which includes the island. He says that after the storm the national park service demolished two buildings that would have been expensive to repair and highly vulnerable to future damage. He says it was a difficult decision. You lose his st. You'll lose a sense of where you've been and where you came from when this stuff disappears. So the national park service answer to preserve as much of the historic village as possible for as long as it's practical but as waters rise and damaging. Wade's crash ashore. It gets harder all the time.
Doncic, Mavs hold on to beat Irving, Nets 113-109 for sweep
"The nets now find themselves two and a half games behind the Eastern Conference leading seventy Sixers following their fourth straight loss one thirteen one oh nine at Dallas look at dodges scored twenty four points and Tim Hardaway junior added twenty three to help the Mavericks complete a sweep of the two game season series Dodger Charlie shot seven of twenty two but he chipped in with ten rebounds and eight assists it was one of the worst game made Burke well we got a win that's all matters not just trying to when you're not scoring trying to do other things and just keep playing Dorian Finney Smith scored seventeen points and the Mavericks reached ten games over five hundred for the first time this season the nets fell despite carrier ring season high forty five points I'm Dave Ferrie
Doncic's 31 points pace Mavs over NBA-leading Jazz 111-103
"Look at dodges scored thirty one points and Dorian Finney Smith added a season high twenty three is the maverick stop Utah's nine game winning streak one eleven one oh three Jaylen Brunson scored twenty points for the mavs led by as many as eighteen in their season high fifth win in a row Dallas won for the first time in three games versus Utah this season despite Kristaps porzingis the Mavericks number two scorer leading rebounder sitting out with a sprained right wrist Mike Conley scored twenty eight points to lead the jazz who fell to an NBA best thirty eight and twelve I'm Dave Ferrie
Men visiting Miami Beach drugged and raped woman who later died
"24 year old woman is dead allegedly at the hands of spring breakers of work Hall. You're in Dorian Taylor. Police say the pair drug to 24 year old woman visiting from Pennsylvania, raped her and left her for dead. Paramedics found her semi nude body in a South beach hotel room. Cops say the suspects went on a spending spree with the victim's credit card, and prosecutors could add a manslaughter or murder charge against the suspects if the investigation determines the drug they're accused of giving the victim Turns out to have played a role in her death.
Spring breakers accused of drugging, raping woman who later died in Miami Beach
"Spring break may have leaves a woman dead with two suspects behind bars and Miami Beach. Lewis has more from South Beach 24 year old woman is dead, allegedly at the hands of spring breakers of work, all urine Dorian Taylor. Police say the pair drug to 24 year old woman visiting from Pennsylvania, raped her and left her for dead. Paramedics found her semi nude body in a South Beach hotel room. Cops say the suspects went on a spending spree with the victim's credit card, and prosecutors could add a manslaughter or murder charge against the suspects if the investigation determines the drug they're accused of giving the victim Turns out to have played a role in
The Cost Of Raising A Star High School QB
"So antonio for people who don't follow college football super closely. Who is dorrie and thompson robinson is. Ucla's starting quarterback right now dopson robinson with the at dow field by called entity. Stay off. yes. He did touchdown. Ucla he's a guy's guy who can run you can throw. And he doesn't really well touchdown. Tops of robinson falling backwards felt like probably ninety yards away. He's very outgoing and like he's very aware to coast kelly just us. You know we tell you wanna know at a time and one game at a time. So that's what you're seeing right now. His numbers of improved. His completion percentage improved each year. And this year i thought he was really really good. This is about to be an all time. High waist can swim urge. You know just both on the ground with his arm and tony. You recently have long conversation with during his mother about the families football journey to get a sense of what it takes to raise a blue chip quarterback these days so first of all tell us a little bit about during mother mel the thompson robinson. She's a professor at unlv. And i know. She took a very big role in raising doreen and helping them go to this journey. She separated with his father. She's kind of the one who is doing most of the heavy lifting. He has a sister as well such as the family who seems very self aware all right so when did the families. Football journey begin. When during i start playing football obviously playing when he was very young and playing pop warner r. e. and then because we live in las vegas the we have you know good weather year round know the fall and spring in tournaments in the summer. So you know. Football is almost year round this prisoner. Sophomore year he played some receiver than towards his judy. That's when he was solely focusing on quarterback. There's not a lot of available quarterback trainers in las vegas so he had to travel the phoenix to some work. Done glow to seem as quarterback coach very often. Because of the like once a year he actually worked with in person. One year never wait. There's more virtual learning which is kind of unique before the pandemic so his mom would watch him throw passes and she tried to use what she learned from the quarterback coach to kind of teach dory and what to do via video know with uploaded to kogo. Dr been shared with his coach. And then they would you know talk about it or you know. They would go through his game film or other film and just talk about like. What are the things that you should be looking at which you should be doing. So i assume that this private quarterback coaching he was getting was fairly pricey. What other expenses was his family taking on as dorian was coming up through high school. Yeah there's that tuition and schools during bishop gorman in las vegas twelve thirteen thousand dollars a year you. We were paying for camp in spirit packs. You know the team travels dollars right there. But then when you're talking about college recruiting camps in the average trip probably costs about sixteen hundred dollars per trip There's a lot of the unofficial visit. St the buyer tickets to university of oregon the university of miami or michigan. However you're
A Deep Dive Into Rudy Gobert After the Jazz Lose To Denver
"Talk about Rudy. Gobert. What? What do we want to know about mr. Gaubert because I thought before today and obviously today is Sunday. I thought before the day that he was running away with the defensive player of the year award. And then today happened today happened. I would not go as far as running away with the defensive player wage. I thought he was running away. I thought it was a significant gap between him and everybody else. So I totally understand why you would say that their top five and defense coming into town today. They're really really good team Utah. They are arguably playing better before today than anybody in the NBA just point blank. Especially now that the Lakers have hit like off a bit of a bit of a malaise having said that I'm still saying Anthony Davis Ford Prince of player of the year because they've number one defense and he's the one the keys the number one defense in the NBA off. He's by far the most versatile defender in the NBA Rudy I think is a reasonable like honestly probably would be second for me right now Myles Turner has a case sneaky class that I've been advocating as much as I can Larry Nance would probably be in my top five right now. He is the whole reason that the Cavs have a reasonable defense. Yep. Right now a top-10 defense, but I digress nonetheless Rudy gobert has been very very good for the Utah Jazz this year and I thought that Utah's games this week. We're kind of a perfect encapsulation of the Rudy gobert experience against Dallas. He was the reason that they just come holy month and utterly annihilated the Mavericks in both of those games and I watched the first one close cuz I bet on Dallas because Utah was without Donovan Mitchell was without a favors and Dallas was getting back Dorian finney-smith was getting back to like Powell. I thought that they'd take that energy and catch you too on the back end of a back-to-back and be kind of run away with that game and that absolutely one hundred percent was the wrong side to be on and in large part. It was because of the incredible grass. City that Rudy gobert holds as a pick-and-roll offensive threat, he is completely obliterated kristaps porzingis in that in those two games like butterwood obliterated him like wipe them off the face of the Earth on both ends. He averaged 23 points and 16 rebounds. He had like three blocks. He had a couple of steals. He was dead thing that people who are Jazz fans and that yell from the rooftops about Rudy. Gobert. He was everything in those two games that people say about Rudy being like a top-12 impact player in the NBA. You'll hear sometimes in this game today against Denver Nikola jokic made him look like a parking cone on defense and
Dallas Mavericks Game Against The Pelicans Postponed Because Of COVID-19
"Last night's game between the Mavericks and the pelicans didn't happen. It was postponed because of covert 19. The Mavericks on Monday had four players quarantine because of health and safety protocols. Josh Richardson during Dorian Finney Smith, Jalen Bronson and Maxie Cleave to cleave a is currently listed day to day. They're not sure what his status is the next game for the Mavericks in Charlotte. Coming up on Wednesday is up in the air will have to wait and see
"dorians" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
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"dorians" Discussed on The Fine Homebuilding Podcast
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"dorians" Discussed on The Fine Homebuilding Podcast
"There seems to be sort of a range of the types of projects that we feature in the magazine Nowadays Back. Then it seems like it was no-holds-barred like there was some crazy earth berms, solar houses. This is this is steel and I don't know what's going on here, but it's crazy, right? Patrick Holding back cover. That's one of the things go to the archive to the back cover has some crazy photos of of stuff that people were building held up a photograph of this house. It kind of looked like a giant pink. Elephant. Elephant protruding out of a hillside made entirely out a rusty steel. Hey We. Talked about the summit much or maybe you haven't I haven't been on. Update, their that's actually a good point. We are having unfortunately I have to have it remotely this year I'm. We're not having any bait major live events, and if you go to find humming dot com slash summit because it's not a live event with a hotel venue, a more affordable than it was and. and. You can attend from anywhere which you you're not limited to how far a reasonable is. Israel and that's the thing -Chusetts. Right we were only limited to a couple of hundred people last time. So there were people that said that that missed out on it just because we sold out all the tickets so. We basically have an unlimited supply of tickets now. And we're doing our best we rather than just the typical webinar platform. We've got this platform that allows a little more robust interactive experience. So we'll have we'll be having the same main presentations, and then these breakout sessions into smaller groups and even at even a a more More, personal interactive experiences that we feel like we're having the as close as we can to that same a great experience that we had last year, and hopefully, we'll be having another live one you know in the coming year but so it's Just take a look here all the speakers listed on the site. Yes. So let me go here right now. So find home dot. com. Slash summit is where you're going to find this. Put a link.
"dorians" Discussed on The Fine Homebuilding Podcast
"Oscillating multi tools for demolition and I've used them for finish carpentry and it's probably best to have blades for both of those purposes by the cheap blades for your deva workers. As soon as you hit a nail with a good bladed stride is destroyed and so you have your cheap blades or your old worn out blades at use for Demo, and then you have A. Couple Nice, ones that you keep on the side for when you're, GonNa. Do like leading baseboard into a cabinet or some something more delicate like I. Remember you saying something similar when you were cutting the corrugated metal for my which shed, you use these old blades. Yeah. You hang onto stuff to edgy bio from from a flea market or Sales that I use just for Demo so that I'm not using my And I have one that I keep just for cutting metal so that I'm not shooting metal scraps into my nice circular saw If you folks have experience with buying blades or trying to get sinks off of Corean countertops, please let let us know because once again we're in uncharted territory. Meanwhile I think I'm GonNa Start writing that Children's book. Dory Korean. I get a kick out of that lady Oh by the way. Did you know that she has a youtube? Let's get people to subscribe to her Youtube Page what is it Kylie? I'll get it on the website I don't have it in front of me. Get it. Well, we should totally figure that out I want subscribe. Yes she's pretty crafty lady I've seen the reason to really interesting. This comes from Nathan Hello F H be crew. I have a ceiling slash floor joist issue that has me stumped on how to best proceed some time ago we discover league coming our kitchen ceiling which turned out to be an issue with the bathtub drainage plumbing. After eight plumber visits over two different plumbers we seem to have got the leak taken care of however once I turn my attention to patching the ceiling backup I noticed that someone apparently thought it was a good idea to completely cut through the floor joist in order to run the bathtub. Drain. I've included some pictures so you can see for yourself, how do you recommend going about this repair? I'm especially worried about the way to the bathtub, a cast iron claw foot bathtub bearing directly above that severed floor joist given the Ben's in the plumbing run there really isn't enough space to sister and other joist across the gap. Any advice would be much appreciated. Nathan. Did you guys see this floor? And I don't blame him for being nervous. So you know, we've talked about stuff like this for Patrick and you know we usually come up with all kinds of goofy ways to cause some situations. You just don't have the ability like like they pointed out just to put a proper sister joist in and we talked about splitting piece of plywood with a hole drilled in the middle for the pipe including and screwing that on and dokes like there's enough room for them to do a partial. Joyce. Maybe kind of notched around the pipe you know I was searching around and I found this company in Resin Burnt Hills New York called Nolan engineering and this is a structural engineer and they've got this strap that takes like takes about I don't know thirty of those little structural screws you use rejoiced hangers and other other. Simpson type hardware. And they sell these straps in different lengths and it's a joist strap that goes on the bottom of the joists and spans the gap in its they say art joy strap is a safe way to repair the. Joyce created by structural engineers who know all about load-bearing.
"dorians" Discussed on The Fine Homebuilding Podcast
"Imagine. It's terrible. I know that it regarded door so. Okay. So I you know I've used one a couple of times in my house your house. I have. Says a little hard to to come up with a solid. It's hard to decide which spaces are considered inside and outside the how. Weird addicts and basement starting point the places you live in the inside. Parts that you don't are outside. Yeah I seem to remember that the CFM number was something like seven thousand. Rap So mine was eleven fifty would you you know my house little? So the number so somebody who had three or four thousand square foot house they'd be delighted to have eleven fifty FM number. But my house is tiny. We just the square footage of your places I seven hundred and forty square feet Kylie. realized. If you include all the addict space in the basement on mine I, think I'm about over three thousand. Is that right right now? We're over and we're going to have to maybe get the open fan setting to blow your house rob actually really liked this idea I think we should do it. I learned because I I just love to measure the difference in all the improvements have been making over the years I really should be. My blower door, just keep it here running all the time. Game You'RE GONNA do this little exercise I re I would love to run a blower door test. Doing the math available complicated because my house is really complicated. But well, I, hope you guys do the blower door test but I'm not going to figure out the volume of the house because that's the suckiest part of the whole process. Honest yeah. Because I've got like three or four different ceiling heights in my house and then slow ceilings in the attic and you know it's like it's like might. Daughter just took geometry so maybe she can help. I had to look up the how to figure out the. You know the cubic feet of a trapezoid shape like slope ceiling with flat ceiling on top you know what I'm saying. Like I was back in geometry. Cathedral ceilings and Gables and dormer 's and. It really is the hardest part especially for A. trapezoid you just measure the short. Leg and the laws shot up. To. So Adam has a question later on also related the blower door testing. So we'll talk more about that It's it's it's a good question. So, our first question comes from our friend Barbara who we haven't heard from an long and thrilled to hear from her as always hello podcast crew. I was just gifted a trailer full of Korean with under Mount Porcelain sinks and Baldwin brass faucets I cannot believe my good fortune. I wondered assemble it all the Stewart somebody until somebody gives me lumber and fasteners to build the rest of the house. been. Watching a sale in Milwaukee twelve volt oscillating moldy tools because you've all said, they're a great tool to have. If I had one would that be the tools to get these things off the counters because I can go get one cutting the silicone with a knife is hard on my hands. What about jamming a coping saw blade or broken scroll saw Blade and the gap and working that around I. think that might work. There's would reinforcing on the counters that may get away of the tool if I work from the bottom, how much offset these? Tools have. I guess I could use the tool to cut the wood off I. I don't think the glue silicone though it's more like a polyurethane glue. Or. Okay said once I get the bathroom counters off the top of the pile can address the physical impossibility of the eight foot counter with the integrated double sink, and there's a section with integrated laundry sink and a solid piece the size of a dining table. It would be a great cutting table for sewing these pieces must weigh hundreds of pounds though. I need an oscillating multi tool and a tele handler. Thanks for any ideas Barbara. I've never seen such A. Finnish here. All of this from my aunt Dorian Dorian Corey and it sounds like a children's book. Now something like elves or talking animals could get the under the tarp overnight and cut away that silicone for me. That would be awesome. This lady out of fun. One of those grail who wants to go ahead rob you could explain what this looks like. One of those big landscape trailers with a little rock body sides. It's just full overflowing with countertops and under Mount Sinks, and I came from the eighties, right? That's the grass. Of Rally Yeah she was upset with how they'd been treated. There's thrown together like that. But. Take pieces off and it would have been much less damaging, right? Yeah. So the thing is an awesome, until might be nice. But I notice that a lot of those Koreans sinks are Sir looked like ceramics you don't WanNa be rive in A. Subway up against the ceramic but they do make a chisel type. Late for those For those oscillating tools on that might be a better better fit. As luck would have it. You guys have heard me mention Kevin Irons feature article on Oscillating multi tools. And one of the great things about being a fine humbling editor is sometimes you end up with great stuff that was bought for photography and among the things. Are these things I've never used. which came from that feature article and they make all kinds of knife edge. Blades for these tools and some have an upset as Barbara suggests that's going to be helpful for the things she wants to do. And some do not right. And I'm showing my colleagues, the the different blades that I have. Here and I think I would definitely try some of these things and multi was probably GonNa be your best bet cutting through that sealant would be. Agony. Tried to. I think you might get a stiff bladed putty knife and sharpen the heck out of it and you could beat on it with a hammer and happened around two free at all. Yeah. That was going to be my next my next guest to Patrick. I would even get maybe a stiff wire, a stiff bladed pints, and one of those really flimsy floppy wants because especially if she's got that would in the way, she could probably get in there at an angle with a floppy putty knife with the sharp edge on it and just tap it with a hammer because the thing about that kind of situation is that it like she said is hollering thing or any other really hardened. Gooby adhesive underneath there you you. Know, you're not going to saw through the stuff especially with the the ceramic rap against you're gonna WanNa get some something just to get some purchase just to get something underneath the edge there, and once you get a blade underneath there, you probably be a little bit of a little bit easier time working your way around maybe even to deny said at the same time. Barbara I'm gonNA suggest you try. A Rockwell RW eighty, nine, fifty, seven, saturated slicer and scraper and what I love about this one is it's a knife-edge tool, but it has tiny rations on it and it also has the offset in it that I think would make it helpful And you need the by this oscillating multi tool anyway. So just bite the bullet and. Yeah, you can't live without one of those. If you're doing, we're jobs like this. Up with it the little scalloped edges on it that looks kind of good too. Yeah. So This is imperial blades. And it's got like. A. Kind of wavy sharpened edge on it also has the offset. This might be another good one to try. Yeah basically. Model number on this unfortunately. It basically looks like buddy nights that someone. Some scallops into the end of. Much insulating Patrick. I, think you could get it for about one hundred bucks. Bear Kylie much. Yeah. And like in one use, I was GONNA say she's GonNa write time it's it's GonNa totally pay for itself in. Reducing your frustration and making something that would be impossible possible right I want to talk shortly briefly about blades. Okay. So a lot of people complain about the short of the Sawtooth blades being very expensive right and they are but I recently bought a set of them. It was twenty five blades on. Amazon. For Twenty. Five dollars and I, swear to God and the company. Is V.. P.. Mart the top mart dot net. and. They work. Fine. I will say that the quality control is not as good as the. More expensive blades like for example, these to these blades are made from two pieces of steel and the cutting part is spot welded to the Tang that goes on the tool itself and this one is not perfectly straight, but it doesn't really matter.
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"So yeah, and not only that the more rest he's given the fresher he's GonNa be going against the clippers. True. Okay. So there were other things I wanted to talk about like Dorian Dorian I talked a little bit about him. I mean he just he appears to be a big shotmaker he and he has been that all year. So it's not like we're just reacting to this. Go back to I think it was the third or fourth game of the season against the Lakers where. Drove in would have been the game win- had the rest. But. Yeah. So he appears to be a big shot maker and Maxie appears to be a big shot. Now, I'll say you know I don't remember what I was listening to lake during his very good defender. He's not a you know all played first team all defensive par probably not defensive player of the year candidate. Does that matter at this point? No because he's the best perimeter defender they have if they choose up him at some point. Fine whatever. But right now I think he's the kind of peace that you keep on. As you keep as you grow this into tune elite team because he's the three D. Guy, he makes big shots and. He's inexpensive cheap in my opinion, the difference between A. Defensive Team what you're GONNA say and defensive, player of the years publicity. Yeah. How many owls can you get away with because of your reputation and he? He's still an unknown in the in the world in the basketball world when you say dory and they're like who you know to finish Smith if he ever gets to make a name for himself. Yeah. In the playoffs. then. He would be in that conversation as he's one of the best defensive players in the League because dream on and and all these other players they have this reputation for being top defensive players in the league, but they get blown off the dribble just like. Oh. Yeah. Are they really good defenders? Yes but they're not perfect. They're not freaking. Jordan. Stoppers. So. Dory. In the same way I just think he just doesn't get that publicity I. Think he still an unknown in the league well, and he'll have a good opportunity if they face the clippers because he'll be guarding. Yeah either or Paul. George even on. A better match for. Paul George Actually, either one I really like how Maxi Guards. Yeah because kind of slow and methodical. and Maxi size he he's able to play those Kinda guys ruler well, but we'll see what happens. Yeah. But that would that would be a really great opportunity for during an. And like I said, I know he's not like there might be a time when they can upgrade from him but for now. I think he has. He's just kind of play that you would keep because you want guys hit shots when he yeah he's a big shotmaker. He's three guy and he's inexpensive. It's not like it's a harder deal with hardaway because he so expensive that it's like yeah he doesn't suck I mean he could give you fifteen to twenty points. Whatever with his defense or inconsistency, but you know the problem is that he is so dang expensive like if Dorian was at expensive story would not. Yeah. So it's like he's so expensive and he does so many good things whereas with hardaway, it's not the same story So yeah, he's one player that. Toughness is not just big shots that he makes. He also comes up with huge offensive rebounds late in games, huge defensive stops or defensive rebounds. So he's he's. Carving up himself to be a big time play a big time player. To and a lot of these time players they don't have to be stars you just need them to show up when it matters and it looks like he may be one of those Kinda guys like Maxxie Yeah I mean all you need is guys that will hit Just. One or two big buckets in Winnipeg moments. Yes. Arkley and then be solid the rest of the game. And I think again, that's the position that that during Phil's like he's not there third option on offense you don't ask him to score fifteen to twenty a night even though he's actually done that in the bubble a few times, but you don't ask that from him. So there's a role and he feels it perfectly you know whereas that's again kind of the problem with Hardaway is that he's currently in a role where you do need scoring from him you do need him to score twenty a game. You do need him to do these things and he doesn't always do it. So He's just you know hardaway is in a role that I think he just can't fill right now. Right? So. That's that's why I of go back on back and forth on Hardaway where he Belongs and that's my problem with hardaway is I don't really care. How many points per game? You average what I care about it when it matters like when you're against going against the Lakers or the clippers or the bucks and its last five minutes or fourth quarter. Can you hit your shots then because that's really what changes you from being a good team to a great team is The shots when they matter and right now he's falling short of that could be because he's never been in this position before. But right now, he hasn't really done that consistently and that may change at any moment. So we'll see. Yeah. So. Yeah. I like Dorian and seth you know like you said he's not healthy right now and he's always you know he has these games where he just not healthy and they kinda slim right now at their roster, we'll being without Jalen Brunson and Dwight. Powell and Courtney Lee who surprisingly I was looking at his minutes. He was averaging like fifteen minutes a game towards the end be significant minutes started. And then Willie Cauley Stein who they had signed but he was filling a spot wants to Powell went down..
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"Bad team, he would take over and when the game but you need your superstars to do it when it matters and that's where his confidence I think is lacking another good sign that I saw was after porzingis fouled out he looked I mean obviously he's frustrated because he just fouled out and you know again he was. Like whatever nine for twenty four he talked about how he missed these just wide open shots yes. and so he looked walking to the bench. He looks like just really disappointed himself. But then right after that Luca had the between the legs bounce pass to Maxie and K. P. was right there celebrating you saw the look on his face like man that was cold and so. I get that sense from him that he is self reflective and like man I what can I do or what am I doing? Wrong but it's like he doesn't take that on his teammates. Yes. He comes from a place of like I want to help the team not you know how can I get myself and mine? This one thing we've really learned about poisoning is this year is he's a team guy. Yeah. Yes. One hundred percent a team guy and I think you saw the disappointment in him. Wasn't. He was disappointed in himself. He was it to me. He's disappointed. He led his team. Dan. That's what I was about to say an and some of the shots like he can make the shots and he led his team down. So yeah, he was disappointed 'cause in all honesty he really didn't play that. Well, he had moments in the game where he played well, but overall, it wasn't really that good. Of A game for him because he missed shots that you needed him to make in the moments of the game and he led his team down. So I think That's what you saw the disappointment because that's the thing we've learned about him is he's such a team guy I mean this this team when when Porzingis gets to that level and we'll gets to their levels of who they're going to be. There, they're going to be unstoppable. Yeah. Yeah it was just it was just in the whole in the bubble thing lag-, I would say like Lucas Been Great. Even Porzingis has been this game true wasn't as good but even porzingas has been excellent in the bubble I mean against the clippers he had thirty points against the Kings. He had twenty two against the Sun's he had thirty and against rockets he had thirty nine now his efficiency. His mission he comes and goes. But yeah, he's he's been great and then yeah. Lucas van Great. He's to be real rhythm type of player when he's in rhythm it's automatic bucket. Yeah. But when he's not in rhythm, then it doesn't go in quite frequently and obviously most players are rhythm. Yeah. So that's not like ingenuity or anything like that but he struggles with the rhythm of the game sometimes he gets lost I think Derek Harper. Even mentioned it during the broadcast is there's t stretches in the game where he's not involved and they're less and less now than they were early on in the season. But they still happen from time to time and he's gotta find a way to. Insert himself and and not four. But be a part of what's going on. Yeah and like one thing that helps a lot is cutting to the basket when Luca drives when you're shots not going down. So that way you're jacking up another brick, you know you're gonNA dunk so. I don't know I it was it was a good game from him and it was a bad game from him. It was a it was a it was. It was good. I mean look obviously he had the best night and he that's why they won but. porzingus was a was a good robin and I think that's great. Coming off a tornado ACL especially. Yeah. So yet next day face the Utah Jazz, and then the Portland. That's Monday afternoon at two PM, and then they face that's on NBA TV. By the way, I don't know if it's going to be on Fox sports southwest probably and then they play face the blazers on. Tuesday so that's a back to back Tuesday evening and then they face the sons who are still undefeated. Because no one's taking them serious. Yeah and even despite going five and they're still not in the playoffs why nobody's taking them seriously yeah. Now there they're only a half game out now are those two games still? Oh Okay, well, assuming I saw maybe the tweet I saw was for another team, but they're still out of the playoffs they're obviously closer than they were, but still some things need to fall their way. So that might be a huge game for Phoenix, like that which means that's a really good opportunity for the mavs to do this again Ma'am and. Figured it out the mavs need to do this sons the clippers due to the mafs. Yeah. We're just better than you. You're imaginary yes. Exactly and that's that's what I wanna see from the magic is the sense of course at that point that's the last game. Yeah. It may not matter in fact. Park, Carlisle may rest everybody that game. Yeah. True. So they probably won't even play just to get ready for the playoffs kiss by that time the seating will see already said, and if it's Phoenix, if it's their game seven, it's like who cares I'm not GONNA we're not facing you anyways. So so there's a good chance that that nobody even place in that game. Okay. So going forward. To Games now there's three games left Utah Portland in Phoenix and I think they're like mathematically pretty much locked into the seventh seed. But still I mean, these are still good opportunities to build more confidence. I think the Utah game an important game. Yes Sir head of you. There are a little bit ahead. It's not like you're Laker, not just standing but like. And so I think that will be a good game for them and then the Portland Phoenix game you don't WanNA minutes from from Luca change in my opinion, there's no point because you're set. You WanNa have fresh people going into the playoffs. You don't think they should use that to to build confidence against Portland and Phoenix I think Utah game is important like like the bucks game. But. Portland Phoenix they're not in the playoffs so yeah. Yeah. Maybe maybe they play against Portland or just one of them but I I I see I in my opinion I think the game against Phoenix they probably don't even play euchre posing as. A not just gaining confidence going into the playoffs but gaining confidence for the next five years I remember watching some documentary about the the Mavericks and and Steve Nash, and it was the last game of the season and the mavs had missed the playoffs because they were still kind of early in their development and Steve. Nash said something like it starts tonight like the team that we WANNA be next year we start building that tonight even. Though a SA- last game of the season we're not in the playoffs we can start building those habits tonight in this game and so these next few games in the playoffs to like building that confidence it's not just about what can we do in the first round but just you know we have another five years how can we start building that tonight in these games? I just don't know if the the game begins Phoenix game that you Just me like in general whatever they do these next few games are in the. Building confidence one hundred percent. I would just hate to see Luka sprain his ankle. Sprain his ankle against Phoenix and then he's out the first two games of the playoffs troopers..
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"I'M GONNA, take it as he had good motives behind his decision making he wanted to win and he wanted to step up for his team in the moment he didn't. WanNa have another way collapsed another weight loss and so I think that's where his mindset was. We hadn't scored in a while. So give me the ball on the basket a mismatch yet. Yes, and so I wanNA take it as good motives from his point from where he was coming down but it was just it was kinda cringe. Yeah I mean. Okay. So first of all, I don't think that it's a problem i. think in that that moment that play was that just didn't go. Well, you know like, I don't know like I. Don't think that's a problem between in terms of like their chemistry or anything no. Okay. Okay. No No. No I don't think it's that. I think it's just. They. Don't really know what to do. Weight Game. And I think porzingas wanted to insert himself as the leader of the team in that moment so that we Could. Going forward and. and. He demanded the ball and like I said, if you're going to demanded that emphatically you gonNA. Yeah and and he missed it and it was like man you you can't do that. You can't demand the like that and miss it now to be fair to him. He came back later on in overtime right before he found out and he hit a big shot. So he did hit a big shot when needed but he also missed a lot of shots when when they needed him to make some yeah I think also you know going back to that play another reason or Another part of it is that since that was the plate that Carlisle called appears it appears that way at least I'm kind of like I'm a little okay with him demanding it because he's just he's basically saying like this is the play we called like, Gimme the ball and so there's that part of it and I don't know why Luga was like whatever, and then that was just a that was just like a microcosm of like what the heck is going on here Sorry, go ahead I do agree like what you were saying of. Knowing how to work together. I think that's something that we're going to see them get better at of just how they can feed off each other as a duo like right now they're ado in the sense that they play together and there are two really good players but. How they can play off of each other that I think if they unlock that then that's like a whole other level like right now they both score a lot and they're both great and sometimes they have a pick and pop or pick and roll but they're kind of just you know their their their teammates just like everyone else. But if they can figure out how to play off of each other and connect that and make that a dynamic duo that I think is a whole other level when I think. PORZINGAS I don't know I, don't think his his confidence is quite there yet. I think he has games where he feels really good His confidence is lacking in the big moments like when he when you need him to step up and hit those shots, I, think his confidence is not there yet in those moments. So I think in that a lot of that is still coming off an injury. You're working your way back into it and he's still a young I know his twenty-five, but he missed like two years so. Those. Had these moments. was. The Knicks they never really had moments like. Mattered yeah. You know not not against the best teams in the League nuggets to Hornets you know he may have stepped up big because that's a different story. But when you're going against the best teams in the league, you gotta be able to step up in those games and that's what all the superstars do. So Paul George Data and collided against the Mavericks K, we need to send a message to this team and they came out and they made all the shots that they needed to make and I think that's where porzingas confidence. Is Lacking right now he wants to be that guy, but I think there's a little bit of hesitancy there. Yeah. I like at least that he wants to be that guy and is trying to put himself in a position to be that guy because it's the same thing like we were saying earlier eventually, you're going to break through as long as you're willing. Yeah. True. As long as you're willing to be in those positions and take those shots then eventually you will build up the confidence to where you can. You can make those. Things that will happen though like either he will continue to think he's that guy and not deliver. or He's going to recognize. Hey. I'm not that guy is better but I can still support team and you know he's got to accept his role in obviously it's too early to determine that now. Yeah. But for me what I've seen from Porzingis is that's where he struggling right now is when you need a basket when you need him to step up, he's falling short of that and I think it's just a confidence thing. Yeah and honestly your point about him. Like where he fits. In the hierarchy I. Guess I think he does a really good job of that because you never see him look frustrated or. Quote. Unquote pouting like you're that after games, he's always very self reflective like. What he could do better or why did this not work or that not work and so I think he already is very good at recognizing. He doesn't have to be the man or or maybe if he made a mistake a huge, it made a mistake he's doesn't blame other people. I think he's he's really good at at that and so I think that is like invaluable. Yes I love Porzingis and I, believe at some point he's going to get to that level to where when you need a bucket and he can deliver for you. It's just not there right now, and at some point that's going to click for him also and again, it doesn't mean a has to wait till next year it could happen at any moment to where all of a sudden and it has to be a game that matters you know it's got to be a game that matters against a a really good team. He can't be against the kings or the wizards or something. Big in the clutch because you know Harrison, barnes would do that for the mavs. Back, when Harrison Barnes was the guy against a really.
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"Already in the playoffs and if you look at. Again I was comparing them to the warriors whenever they had like Steph and clay, but they were still a young team. I mean it was a few years before they even made the playoffs and then they were a second round exit and then they were a first-round exit and then they won the championship. Well, let's look at the difference between their record right now. Yes. Forty two and thirty. But let's be honest. A lot of those losses were late-game losses So clearly, they were the better team for forty minutes of the game. Yeah, and then they didn't know how to close those out and so lost. But let's say they learn how to Clo- these closed out their record right now would be top three in the West. So they're already you have the contending pieces with Luca You just need to get them experience. Yes and. So bringing some. Playoff battle-ridden veterans that can make shots when you need them to make can make a defensive play when you need them to make one and just start contending. Yeah it was just this whole time in the bubble Luka has just been. He's been crazy. He's been leading the team. I. Think Carlisle also talked about his leadership how huge that's been and we don't know what goes on in the huddle. You know when they have these moments of like no more we need to close out this game I think in their previous game against the Kings. Yeah I. Think it was the kings they were talking about having that moment of like. We're GONNA fight through this you know who knows who says what but Carlisle talked about Lucas leadership so whether it was vocally or just on the court, he showed it tenacity and Tim Hardaway Junior was talking about how Lucas, defense like when you see your best player playing that kind of defense that says something to the rest of the team, and that's another thing Lucas defense. It. Has not been a weakness for him. Now has been a strength for this team. He has been a good ender. He's even shut down a player, a couple of times. He's really good at getting to the spot before the offensive player and he kinda just shuts them off and throws the offensive seals like he builds a wall and every now, and then because he's so big, he's just so straw he so long and strong and big all his body is is big and when he when he his arm is up in the air, it's high up there. So it's gotTa Lot Block in the line of sight for the the shooter. I if he can play defense like that consistently which he has been in the bubble. What else can we say about him? The guy show tonight or last night against the bugs that. When he figures it out when he has that confidence when he believes he's the best player in the League and there's nothing you can do to stop him. There is nothing you can do to stop him. He just beat the best team in the league I know it's just one game, but it's the way he won he he. He beat them nobody has put up that stat line. Yeah. It wasn't like he did his normal saying or he had an inefficient night but he got his guys involved or whatever it was. He put up a historic night on the best defensive team in the League. One of the best teams in the League, the MVP who is also a defensive is he a defensive player of the year candidate? I mean he put up one of the greatest performances in NBA history against that team I mean and and I don't know how much of this is him being fresh and Could he sustain this over eighty two games I don't know we'll find that out obviously. But for now it's moving amazing. He's ever twenty nine points a game for the season. So and I mostly referring to the defense who is that listen other thing I, I wanNA talk about is his conditioning because he's playing some crazy minutes right now and he's playing really really hard on both sides of. The court and he does not look tired and fat. He looks like getting better as the game goes along and in the past that really hasn't been the case there would be times where he so exhausted. He's over at the bench drinking water while the other team shooting free throws and it hasn't shown in this case it looks like he really worked hard on his conditioning because he's been. Playing really hard defense and he's been carrying the team on offense and he gets better as the game goes and he doesn't look like you were saying he doesn't look gas. No He. Play. Another get. He's averaging. I'm just looking at the numbers over forty minutes a game in the bubble. Yeah, and he looks great. Yeah. Yeah. He doesn't look tired at all and I think that's really a good sign because. The all time greats they had that ability to to carry a team for eighty two games and through through the playoffs. Yeah. I think. In his post game interview I think with I don't know who he was talking about. One of the things that he worked on was his conditioning. He's also worked on his shooting, but he worked on his conditioning alight. It's really showing. In my opinion. I think his conditioning looks great. It looks like I said he he's getting better as the game goes along. Yeah, and he's at least not declining. Yes you know and and that's really like you were saying sign of these great players like watching. Dirk. For so many years he was the best in the fourth quarter in in his very best in a close game like last five minutes and that's not a lot of players. Can do that. But that's that's when you need them the most. So that's when they have to be their best and that's a lot condition conditioning because when you molest five minutes of the game, you're doing a turn around fadeaway jumper like your legs have to be a balance has to be there the legs have to be there at the level that they aren practice. So you know his his ability to do that and I think with Luca. At. least what you're seen in the bubble is his conditioning is on another level right now. Yeah. I mean I'm just I'm so hyped from last night's. This looks like third year Lucas. There was just so many plays and and buckets in lake and so clutch I mean the free throws the final play I think it was possibly overtime or maybe to send it into overtime. that. Last shot that was like the floater in the late and this is. This is against guys. I mean Eric Bledsoe was on him. Wesley Matthews was on him. When he drove a he's drove he's driving into Jaanus and Brook Lopez. I mean these are like obviously some of the best defenders in the League which is why they have the best defense league. I mean these are tough defenders and when you watch it, it's not like I mean they were on him the whole time like he was able to shake. Wesley Matthews because. Defender. He did good. He actually did very good on Luca tonight but Luca was able to shake him. But for the most.
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"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.
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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
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"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
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"For hard team coverage of Dorians impact on our region as well as the damage it's left behind in its wake across the eastern seaboard and the Bahamas and also listed on the I heart radio app. New Hampshire governor christening of vetoes a bill on absentee voting vetoing that bill yesterday it would allow voters to vote by absentee ballot at a state or local election without requiring the voter be absent from the municipality or unable to vote in person for another reason they being is blamed for another death CBS self reported Sabrina Q. but with more from Atlanta the death toll from a mysterious vaping illness is now at five the new vaping death is from Los Angeles the CDC tells me that they are aware of it earlier the government had confirmed for deaths from Illinois Indiana Minnesota and Oregon so this new one brings the total to five the advice from the CDC you're in Atlanta is not to use vaping products as the investigation into what's making otherwise healthy people sick continues officials say no single vaping device liquid or ingredient has been tied to all of the this is many of the people who were sick said they had been vaping doctors say the illnesses resemble and elation injury with a body apparently reacting to a caustic substance that someone breathed in symptoms include shortness of breath fatigue chest pain and vomiting the number of vaping related illnesses across the country on the rise is A. B. C.'s jury read reports from Los Angeles US health.
"dorians" 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.
"dorians" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Fifty kids taken from parents after that date accord agreement allows this if the parents are considered dangerous or have a criminal record but attorney league learnt of the a._c._l._u. says says these new cases didn't meet that standard. It's been traffic violations. It's been misdemeanor thefts and in the case of the three hundred sisters taking away their father appear to violate the government's own policy. They told us it was because of a communicable disease. We followed up and and we learned that in this case it was h._i._v. and we immediately said we don't believe that that is a communicable disease that would warrant separation <hes>. We still never got a clear answer from the government. Neither did we h._i._v. Is no longer considered communicable disease that can stop someone from entering the country. It hasn't been since two thousand ten but customs and border protection has been sending mixed messages about out that ever since word got out about this unusual case in july the agency's chief of law enforcement operations bryan hastings was questioned <unk> by maryland democrat jamie raskin at a house committee hearing if a mother father has <hes> h._i._v. positive status. Is that alone enough to justify separation from their child. Oh it is it's a communicable disease under the guise days later customs and border protection corrected that statement a spokesman said h._i._v. is is not considered a communicable disease that would bar entry into the u._s. Nor is it grounds for family separation but he left that possibility open for example if a parent could be hospitalized that explanation angers advocates for people with h._i._v. The language used is still pretty offensive. I and misunderstands people living with hiv aaron morris is executive director of immigration equality which represents immigrants with h._i._v. It really seems to presume the anyone. Living with h._i._v. will be hospitalized in because of that. They seem to justify separating families. The three sisters say their father did not need to be hospitalized allies and was healthy because he took his medicine thirteen year old. Liana was angry when she later learned. They were separated based on her dad's h._i._v. Status awesome deal look inky and getting give. They told us about that argument she says but i don't know what that disease has to do with us. Because of how it's transmitted commutable miller liliana pauses embarrassed her older sister andrea korea pipes in case you know they're supposed to help him not to send him back on the rest us. In february their father was deported back to honduras after failing to prove he had a credible fear of returning. He claimed police officers threatened to kill him and his family. His name is jose and we're withholding his full name to protect the identity of his family. He was at a friend's house when we called a dog was was barking outside. He was sure his h._i._v. Status played a role in being separated from his daughters last year to see this but he also also said. Nobody told him that directly to jose's daughters. This separation was incredibly painful. Their mother died of h._i._v. six years earlier here. They're all healthy after their father was taken away. They were sent to a big shelter in texas with other children sleeping in bunk beds thirteen-year-old neuro- liliana says they talk to their dad on the phone twice a week while he was at his own detention center about getting dark on me and install two months ago so many coming we worried he wasn't eating or taking his medication. She says the three of them stayed in the shelter for a couple of months continue. Their grandmother in new york passed a background check by ice. They're now seeking green cards through a special.
"dorians" 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..
"dorians" Discussed on PRI's The World
"That's a label that would subject facebook to actual oversight and regulation and to label. The company has long long resisted for the world. I'm lydia mainly due in boston and might be a good time to mention that you can connect with us on facebook. We're at the world ever had got a noisy neighbor. Who keeps you up and france. Some folks. Were complaining about maurice. He's a rooster who will meet visual t._v. Let's french lawyer says his client has nothing against roosters per se but keep it down. Should a rooster be allowed to just be a rooster french courts way m still ahead here on the world. Uh i'm marco werman and you're with the world we're co-production of the b._b._c. world service w. g._b._h. Boston sten p._r._i. N._p._r. rex. Let's return to a store that topped headlines last month. Kashmir india's only muslim-majority state the indian constitution in had guaranteed it substantial economy but in early august india's hindu nationalist government revoked kashmir special status to try and suppress unrest delhi. Impose communications locked down on the territory when that happened. We still manage to get through to a few people through whatsapp. The kashmira has become a prison right now because in business and you don't have holidays don't have water gets. You don't have hospitals. You don't have anywhere to go. I have never seen such a worse clamp down on media. People do not have any means to communicate with each other on phone today after thirty one days. India apparently is relaxing some of the restrictions on kashmir according to the the indian government many phone lines are back up. Most schools have reopened but many kashmir is argue that things are still far from normal by sochi. Shastri is with the asia-pacific civic program at the think tank chatham house so this all started on august fifth when article three seventy was i revoked by the indian government what's happened in kashmir cincinnati cincinnati sookie. It'd be useful to look at this in terms of what has not happened..
"dorians" 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..
"dorians" 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..
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"Dot com. the three things you need to know three the psychological torture of a slow moving monster hurricane continues this morning hurricane Dorian remains a dangerous category five storm a hundred and sixty five mile an hour winds that is down from a hundred and eighty five Dorian is stalled it directly over the Bahamas where the island is said to be in ruins and deaths have been reported to the stall over the Bahamas will likely signal that Dorian is about to make that right turn soon which can hopefully keep the worst of Dorians wind speeds torrential rain and storm surge off of our Florida coast one never came Dorian the stronger storm anywhere on the planet this year the most powerful storm to hit the Caribbean since they began keeping records has triggered more than a million evacuations in the U. S. the bulk of which more than eight hundred thousand evacuations ordered in coastal South Carolina Hey folks coming up later on this afternoon when you're making your lunch plans be sure to include Orlando's news at noon with me Scott and I'll have the latest breaking news weather and traffic updates come back this afternoon for Orlando's news at noon right here on news ninety six point five W. B. B. R. the morning I'm Marsha Taylor in every computer for many folks along the Atlantic coast the uncertainty of Doreen is what is making this storm difficult to deal with this resident in Melbourne describes the feeling there it spoke at all the the tension here is just all in the year it's just it's everywhere some folks complaining the early warnings about the storm are keeping residents on their toes for.