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Danielle Explores the Art of Deception

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:02 min | Last month

Danielle Explores the Art of Deception

"It almost goes without saying that in warfare, deception will not work if your enemy knows about the ruse beforehand. So even though deception by definition involves allowing the enemy to see what you're doing in the open, it requires a good deal of secrecy. That is the main reason our intelligence is classified, because if the secrets are known, the ruse is blown. And all the effort goes to waste. We use deception in combat because it is how you get your enemy to harm yourself. And thereby do your work for you. One very good historical example are operations bodyguard and fortitude in the UK. These operations used every method available, including double agents and fake military vehicles, build out of canvas, to convince World War II Germans that the allied army was going to invade Europe from the straits of Dover and not Normandy, and was actually planned in operation D-Day. As a result, the Germans kept military assets in place to repel a second nonexistent invasion fleet, even after the Normandy invasion. The deception operations of bodyguard and fortitude were resounding successes. So to section can be a powerful tool. And if you think about it, even in everyday life, an act of deception or betrayal is a form of aggression. When you find out you've been deceived, you instinctively lose trust and want to distance yourself from your deceiver. Such reactions are just good survival instincts. And in case you haven't noticed, a lot of deception has been uncovered recently. Just watch the movie 2000 mules, made by a great guy. Russia collusion was a hoax. You also can not mount an insurrection by walking into a building and leaving. The list goes on. All of these lies were propagated for years by coordinated media deception campaigns. A fact which supports the idea that the mainstream media is acting in an adversarial manner against we Americans. The media as the enemy of the people, it's almost as if we've heard that somewhere before.

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 UK blames France as travelers face hours-long port delays

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 4 months ago

UK blames France as travelers face hours-long port delays

"Britain's heading off on holiday by ferry faced long waits at the port of Dover with authorities blaming French officials for the chaos Though the staff say a lack of French border officials is leading to weights of up to 6 hours for border checks at the English Channel port with cues of tourists and freight traffic snarling roads for miles around millions of people in Britain are trying to get vacations this weekend the start of the summer holidays for most schools and face the threat of disruption by road sea rail and air since Britain left the EU in 2020 travelers faced stricter border checks when traveling to the continent on

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"dover" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:17 min | 7 months ago

"dover" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A cover up Two days after Tiffany fainted CHI memorial issued a tweet that read nurse Tiffany Dover appreciates the concern shown for her she is home and doing well she asks for privacy for her and her family Conspiracy theorists were not satisfied They called the hospital staff liars and demanded they post a photo of Tiffany holding up the day's newspaper like you do with hostages In two days later the hospital actually tried They put out a video which is what you're hearing now But the thing is no one speaks except for a few people off camera The video is 21 seconds long and shows Tiffany at the foot of a staircase She's wearing maroon scrubs a white vest and a pin that reads I'm vaccinated against COVID-19 Posing around her are 20 coworkers They're wearing hospital badges A few look to be nervously giggling but it's tough to tell because everyone's wearing those blue surgical face masks including Tiffany Four of the women are holding signs with the date December 21st 2020 and messages of support like nursing leadership supports Tiffany Christmas Garland hangs from the staircase Behind them there's a photo of the Pope It's a strange video to watch And the fact that Tiffany appeared but didn't speak naturally it just made matters worse And they have this woman that is not only about 25 pounds heavier than Tiffany is but her hair is different or the partner here is different A reasonable person might look at this video and think okay poor lighting Different camera angle but truthers decided that it was proof Clear proof that the hospital and an ever expanding list of co-conspirators including drug manufacturers the government the media the Catholic Church had used a body double to cover up Tiffany's death The hair is totally different You see how it lays flat Air lays flat Tiffany's got some swoop de doop action You see this She's got the swoop dedupe going up here Her eyebrows look really different It makes you wonder if people maybe went to an extreme to make it seem like she's okay and she's really not So her family being paid to be quiet is other things going on The real Tiffany.

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"dover" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:47 min | 7 months ago

"dover" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Mission to Poland He says it likely won't be as last Tom Bowman NPR news Dover Air Force Base Delaware We wanted to know more about this enormous and complex operation The U.S. has moved millions of pounds of material to Ukraine According to the military it's the biggest operation since the Berlin airlift in the late 1940s So we talked to the person in charge of shipping all those heavy weapons to Ukraine The head of the U.S. transportation command or transcom is general Jacqueline van ovost She's one of only two female four star generals in the Department of Defense right now She spoke to me from the national defense university here in D.C. Essentially what we are is a global transportation company We have about a 130,000 sailors airmen marines guardians and civilians along with our commercial partners That provide global transportation services so now as I look to how we do this for Ukraine and providing security assistance and as well as providing assurance and deterrence for the NATO nations we mobilize here in the United States and we bring forward our soldiers We bring forward our equipment to help assure and deter and we have been brought millions of pounds so far about 45 million pounds of aid to Ukraine to assist them is that all weaponry the 45 million pounds No it's a combination of lethal and non lethal aid Now you've had to move a lot of aid quickly Were there any specific obstacles or challenges you had to get past to move it quicker than usual Our ability to move within days or even hours of the first request is because we so carefully collaborate and plan with U.S. European command who is in complete touch with Ukrainians to understand what their needs are and with NATO All the way through to where our sources of supply are So for example with the non standard ammunition ammunition that we don't actually have in our stocks where is that And who's offering it and how are we going to get it there And we have to work together with our allies and partners You know we've had over 30 nations participate and so how do we best orchestrate that large dance across the globe Now you mentioned that you also work with private companies commercial airlines commercial shipping that partner with the U.S. Military to transport these weapons How big of a role do private companies play In what we do around the world we are inextricably linked to our commercial partners When we first started providing aid to Ukraine lethal aid on 21 January it was what I call a whitetail or one of our commercial assets that was landing in Kyiv before the invasion and beginning to supply them with that lethal aid I want to talk about cybersecurity It's something you have spoken about a lot When you testified before a House subcommittee in March you said cybersecurity is a major concern of yours because private companies unlike the military communicate in an unclassified environment So right now with heightened concern around possible cyberattacks from Russia is it risky for the U.S. to partner with private companies to transport weapons As you know I am concerned about cyber defense both from a Department of Defense standpoint and from our commercial partners because we rely on them and their networks but I'll tell you talking to the C suite leaders they are very focused themselves on ensuring that they are a hard target We've been partnering with our commercial partners to help them understand the threats and ways to mitigate those threats a little more How unprecedented is this moment in the sense of the speed and level of aid especially lethal aid that you're moving Well you know so I've been in the military 33 years and I've seen nothing like it Our ability to support another nation at this level is really it's unprecedented It shows though how when American leadership and NATO leadership come together that we can move out and meet the promises Whether it's deterring Russia from attacking a NATO nation to supporting Ukraine in their defense of their nation and their humanitarian needs that we will be there delivering You are part of a transportation pipeline that is moving a huge amount of weaponry Do you have any concerns that it could wind up in the wrong hands Well certainly any of equipment we move around to our allies and partners around the world there is always a chance that some equipment will not be used in the way that we had intended or that it gets taken by another party We have safeguards in place with respect to different types of equipment but you know what What I think about is the rationale for what we're doing right now with the equipment that we're giving them and the support that we're giving them That's what we want to focus on Because we calculate those losses when we make these decisions And when the president makes these decisions and it's our job to get out there and execute and every capability and frankly every piece of aid that I can give each Ukrainian is important I know I can't let you go without speaking to you about the fact that you are one of two women who are four star generals in the Department of Defense I mean what is that like to be one.

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"dover" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

05:38 min | 7 months ago

"dover" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Side and join us. Welcome back to NASCAR. America motor mounts and the Kyle Petty charity ride got started this past weekend. They are taking the green flag at Phoenix raceway side of the NASCAR championship race on NBC. So Kyle Petty cherry ride underway, once again, a full fledged effort this year after a pause for the pandemic the last two years, they're back in full effect this year, great to see it. And we are back here, NASCAR American motor mouse back here with Jeff Burton, Steve LUT and your phone calls. We're going to get started with William on the line. William, welcome to NASCAR America motormouth. Hey, Nate, thank you. So Steve and Jeff, my question for you guys is, do you guys honestly think we're going to see a type of Kyle Larson view to like we saw with this championship year last year? So Kyle Larson still is remarkable talent, but last year is going to be hard to duplicate. I mean, it was an amazing run, I mean, both in the NASCAR world, out of the NASCAR world, the NASCAR wins, the championship. Kyle Larson's going to have an amazing career. And I think it's unfair if we're going to continue to judge him off as initial championship year that is like one for the record books. Do I think he's going to go on and win a handful of races and be around in the later stages of the playoffs? I believe he will be. But I think it's unfair to expect him to try to duplicate what he did last year. I think he's going to get better all year long. I think he's a serious threat for the championship. I still think he's the best driver on the racetrack right now, driving for the best organization and the best manufacturer at the moment. So I think you'll be a threat. And the second part of your question, no, there is not truth in the rumor that Rick Allen has training wheels on his bike out of the car Betty charity. We all did ask that answer. Yeah, I think he did. We all went there on the answer to that question. Going back to the Kyle Larson part though, he spun, you were talking about earlier, Steven. I mean, he spun by himself at Dover, which speaks to, again, the level of the degree of difficulty of this next gen car. And is that can we kind of pin it on that? Is it just that he is struggling with figuring this thing out as much as anybody else as much as you seem more than just a mere mortal last year when he won the championship? Oh, I wouldn't put it a struggle, so this is why you should cheer for Kyle Larson. Because he's not going to ride around and take 8th or 9th or tenth is okay that he's willing to would you say he's willing to fail. He's willing to get close enough to the edge that he's okay. He's not probably happy about it. But he's okay to show the world that he's human. They wrapped. He got a little too aggressive. He got in the gas or something happened, the car got too loose and he spun out and I think that's what makes him who he is. Like I think that why he could jump at a dirt late model and he's okay if he gets beat by the trap champ. Yep, you're better me today. And that humble approach. I think that, you know, you got to go back and fill it the full scope of Kyle Larson. Everything he's been through. And I think his talent behind the wheel has matured. He has matured his comfort level as the organization. We all know Rick Kendrick very well as a mentor to just to put him in a position that it's okay. You don't have to be perfect. You can make mistakes and if you just give us your best that's going to be good enough and unfortunately for most, his best is really, really, really good. So I think it's just one more reason that someone could cheer for Kyle Larson. The guy spun out on his own and yeah, you know, was okay with it. Yeah. All right, let's go back to the lines. Chandler joining us. Chandler, welcome to NASCAR America motor mounts. Hey, guys. Now, I know this is a little bit early. I wasn't going to ask you guys this on Wednesday, but I'm really curious, we got a lot of good pain schemes, you know, for this weekend at Darlington and looking at all three series, the cub extending the truck, what is your guys that you're paying scheme? I mean, throwback payments came from those three different series. I'll be honest, I haven't seen a whole lot come out. I always love that we get to see them all. When we go down there, I saw Fox is going to put three different holler in favors in the booth. So we get to hear Richard and I can't wait to hit the king on a TV broadcast and $1 million Bill, and he bought a little bonus. This is going to be a lot to tune in for this weekend, but I think that Darlington has done a great job of giving this race that identity of this throwback to allow the teams and sponsors perhaps the one that don't get enough credit Jeff. When the sponsors get behind it, they really get great. Yeah, it's a great weekend. It's fun. You go down there and you see a lot of people that haven't been to the racetrack in a long time because they come and they see the car that they worked on or whatever it happens to be. Darlington's done a great job. I thought that bragging a little bit. I thought NBC did a great job of building that thing up and running with him and Fox is doing the same thing. I'm like, you I haven't seen them all yet. I like to wait the week of and start building myself up. So I haven't seen them all. Is there one involving you this year? Because there's been one in the past, right? You can throw back far. You can't throw back without final Jeff Bernstein. I'm not like, you know, no, no, you did. Passing aspersions that it's been that long, but you've been honored before on throwback weekend. He's a candidate for the NASCAR Hall of Fame. It's not like I'm casting aspersions on his career here. Oh, speaking of Hall of Fame, Wednesday, right? This decisions are made on Wednesday. So Wednesday show, I'm sure there's going to be some discussion. So many great options is going to be interesting to see who goes in. Good luck. I hope it's the guy set next to us to be great. We will have all the nominees and the inductees Wednesday. We'll learn who is going to be the pioneer winner, the modern award winner, all of that. So lot to come here at NASCAR motor mouse a lot today. We appreciate you joining us. Thanks to Ricky Carmichael, jet Lawrence, Lee debut for joining us as well. Talk to you next time..

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"dover" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

05:37 min | 7 months ago

"dover" Discussed on NASCAR America

"The break. Welcome back to NASCAR, America, motormouth, where Saturday in Denver, Eli Tomac, clinched his second four 50 championship before a hometown crowd in Denver, packed house eager fans looking for him to clinch that title. In 2020, when his first title in front of an empty statement in Salt Lake City, so this was quite the scene where he could celebrate by pouring beer and his exhaust drinky. Yeah. With all the fans there. So welcome you back in, we've got Ricky Carmichael, our Supercross analyst, and joining us, we have our playback play Supercross announcer Lee diffie, both of you guys will be calling the season finale and you're both here. Welcome to NASCAR America motor mouse lead. Hi, Alison. Thanks for having me on. Good. Yep, yep. Good to see you, my man. It was a real incredible season for Eli Tomac. And the reason that I say that, I mean, if you're Eli Tomac, you were at Monster Energy Kawasaki for a really long time. And then you take a leap of faith because really that Monster Energy Yamaha star racing team hadn't proved theirself in four 50 Supercross yet. So the people outside were probably thinking, man, this is a gutsy move for Eli Tomac to do that. But I think us inside internally knew what that team could give Eli and Eli wanted some freedom to change some things on his bike. And if he wanted to try different stuff on the suspension, he didn't have to go through so much red tape. And I feel like you have to be able to do that this day and age. If you feel in the rider feels like it's something right, just go out there and try it and give that rider the responsibility and if it's not, okay, then you take it back and house. So he came out and you got to give credit not only to Eli, but that race team as well because Eli has a starter, his whole career hasn't been the best. There's no secrets about it, and then he just comes out this year firing. I would say on an average and Lee, you could tell me if I'm wrong. He was a completely better starter this year than he ever has been. And I just don't think that the team gets enough credit. Well, and think about as you well know, because the team purchased your old training facility, the goat farm. They moved from one coast to the other, they had a lot of personnel change their lives. So for Eli, his life didn't change. He stayed where he was in Colorado. So all he was doing was working for a different team in a different manufacturer, which is huge in itself. But for the team, holistically, it was a massive change. And for Jeremy coker and for the whole organization, I think to achieve that in its first year with Eli was something special. And I want to go back just really quickly before we get to jet Lawrence. I want to go back to when we were in Boston a couple of weeks ago, sat down, had about 15 minutes without producer Aaron feldstein and myself with Eli Tomac. And I said to him, take this, however, whatever way you want to take it. I said, did you expect this to happen this year? And he was very swift to say, no. And I don't mean that the wrong way. He said, you know, I don't mean to be not positive. I'm not being negative, but I didn't want to be that copy to think that I could just walk on into a new team, new manufacturer, and win straight away, said I thought that would be quite tough. I thought I'd have a chance, but I didn't expect to be championed straight away. Maybe needed some settle in time. So yes, there's been some attrition in this championship, but even if even if the writers who have not been participating for the majority of this season, even if they were there, I don't think the result would have been any different, do you? I just think he was that good and you go back and you see how many Wednesdays when he's at 44. He's tied with Chad read for the fourth all time winning Supercross eraser. He's got one more to get into that to claim that four spots and not being a tie and just with all those wins and all the years of learning things to do right. Things to do wrong. I mean, I thought he could do what he did this year and it's great to see him finally throw away the old Eli, you know, for so many years he's like, okay, is Eli going to roll around in 7th and 8th place? That's not the case this year. So for me, it's refreshing to see Eli be able to make that. And I had high hopes for him. It was unfortunate that not all the guys were in the series for all of the races, but at the end of the day, you know, I still think he would have been one of the best guys to beat. All right, so Eli Tomac becomes a four 50 champion. We also have the two 50 east champion joining us now on the program we've got jet Lawrence. Here with us as well. Joining Lee diffie and Ricky Carmichael and here we see jet Lawrence celebrating with champagne and Foxborough, preclinical title a couple of weeks ago. So guys, I'll let you take away the interview with jet lords. Well, jet, you've had a little bit of time. You've had a little bit of time to all sink in. And winning championships is nothing new for you. But to win a Monster Energy AMA Supercross championship certainly is something different. So now that you've had time to digest it and to think about it and to get all of those emails and texts and phone calls of congratulations, how is it and how much does it mean to you? It's awesome obviously and it's cool to get this super cross championship because I mean I've had the most struggles with this. I've been knocked down so many times a lot of crashes and injuries so it's definitely feels really good and hope back in this keeper clicking off some more but no I see all the messages from friends family and I love every single.

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"dover" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

02:16 min | 7 months ago

"dover" Discussed on NASCAR America

"For him. Yeah. He's being a selfish race car driver, which, by the way, is what his owner wants him to be. And he has got to learn and he wants to. I've had this conversation with Ross. He doesn't want everybody to be mad at him. He wants to be a good citizen in the community. He's learning how to do it. And it doesn't happen overnight. He's a young race car driver and it's learning how to win races and consistently running the front. I can promise you, you raise different for third than you do for 25th. It's a completely different and he's learning how to do that. Yeah. All right, let's go back to the phones, NASCAR all joining us on NASCAR, American motor miles NASCAR, welcome to the program. Hey, thank you all. So up to this point, you know, I felt that Ford has been running good, Chevy, and there was Toyota. But after today in the last couple of races, especially with 7 now, like you said, Steve fuck's in her muscle and Toyota gained some ground, I'm feeling like maybe four to starting to get a step behind her. They're losing a step. What say you are, do you all feel the same? This seems clear to me that at Dover and I would say if I had to grade for the year Ford seems to be the distant third, they are very organized and efficient at Daytona, Cedric getting the win, but they had a lot of horses at the end of that race that could have won that race. And I believe that as the information is kind of matriculating out and as these teams are learning, it just seems to me that Toyota has some early cooling issues, maybe a mechanical woes earlier in the year. Since their past that, I mean, look at the rundown, right? You have a couple three Chevys, a Toyota, another chef. It's a mix up front. My bigger concern in the Ford camp is I would want to be excited about Chris buscher running 8. But I'm not excited that Chris busher ran 8 that's the best Ford. Great for RFK and Chris bush or sat on pole rain ain't that is, I don't want to take the wind out of his sails, but you're looking at the only forward inside the top. Well, no, I guess Kevin was behind him two Fords inside the top ten. You're looking at three Penske outside the top 25. Man, it's just, that's rare. Well on the season, one win. Right. And that's what they don't. I mean, you're talking about two with Briscoe. That's why brisket. I miss Briscoe. Two with Briscoe,.

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"dover" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

04:57 min | 7 months ago

"dover" Discussed on NASCAR America

"And he didn't push up in a wall. He turned away from the wall and now he's pulling to the inside wall. And it was really odd. I mean, if I'm Martin Truex, I'm thinking this is my spot right here. I mean, I don't blame Martin for being upset. And by the way, I can't completely blame Ross for blocking him. But you got to know when you bought somebody that's going to come back to you. If I'm driving the 19 car and I got that kind of run through the middle of one and two, that's my spot. You're not coming up on me. So that happened while Ross and Martin Truex Junior were racing for third. Last lap, Stevie. We were talking about before the show. Truex was very frustrated at the fact that Chastain was as he put it on his team radio tricks was saying that Chastain was mirror driving and it did not like that. They had a post race discussion, Truex left frustrate. I'm sure he didn't like what Ross Chastain had to hear. What's your take on that entire system? Well, so I think the evolution of how races go on heads continue to change since the 80s, the 90s. This isn't a new conversation, right? From Dale's senior to Jeff Gordon from Jeff Gordon and Jimmie Johnson, what was an acceptable level of aggression? What was the acceptable level of positions? You know, when I first entered NASCAR, if you ran a guy down, you expected to get a hand out the window and given the position you've kind of proven you were faster. Then it got to the point where using the air to block became acceptable and not acceptable. What I've learned through my entire career is that the drivers have to police this themselves. And I don't think either of them are wrong because they both are professional race car drivers who both win races. Now one is a champion. And perhaps the champions voice should be heard more, but if Ross Chastain listened to every veteran, would he be a two time winner this year. Because he has his own style. I have thought that Ross has been a little less aggressive than we have seen in years past. I don't have as big a problem with the mirror driving throughout the day. I don't love this move right here. For the win, that's all fair, in my opinion. But I believe there was an opportunity for Ross to put a few more coins in the bank with Martin Truex Junior. Like, I know I made it hard on you all day, but when you finally got the run on the last lap, I'm going to give you the top and three and four. And I still may beat you to the line, but I'm going to give you the top. I don't think he meant to do anything back, but I wonder if Ross isn't going to look at that after and be like, you know, I don't think I was in the wrong, but I could have been closer to the right and only giving up one point. I already got my wins, not an enemy I want to have because trucks are going to be around them all the time. Yeah. I mean, they both are fast. So Ricky Carmichael's on the show later and I can guarantee you that he will tell you that drivers don't come with an owner's manual. Yeah. Like, there's no code. You have your own code. And one guy thinks one thing's right and another guy thinks another. And that's just how it is. That's how it's always been. There's no rule about blocking not blocking and NASCAR. You do what you think is right. And the guy behind you, he's got to deal with it, and he's got to do what he thinks right. And that's where we get in these situations. Well, you shouldn't do that. I shouldn't do that. I can tell you that when young drivers, when I was a young driver, I came in to NASCAR and there were times people were like, you're too aggressive at this point in the event, practice qualifying, whatever. And then I remember Dale junior runner was one of his first experiences and I got my hand out the window getting the number one solution because I'm like, what are you doing? Calm down, right? And it was like, why are you doing this right now? And after the race, he's like, why are you mad? And it was because it wasn't the time. But he was young and ready to go. And he wasn't wrong. I thought he was wrong, but that didn't make him wrong. And everybody has a different code and you just got to live by it and try to be disrespectful as your code allows you to be. The concern moving forward is that right there wrecked Martin trex junior. Right. Right. So you have to ask yourself next time, is it the one car that gets exactly? You know, my point is, I don't think two X thought he was going to wreck with whatever he did, but the result was the 19 ended up wrecked. That's part of my question here is that you said Ross Chastain, you call him a rising superstar. And I agree. He is unquestionably, maybe the best driver so far this year in the Cup Series last week, AJ on my dinger said, I could be racing a future champion this year when he was raised him from when a coda. But the narrative with Ross has been to your point, Jeff, the discussions of veterans with younger drivers. He's had that discussion with Kevin Harvick with Kurt Busch. Have we oversold that a little bit or does that calculus change a little bit? Now he's got two wins and he's going to be racing these guys for a title and he's like, eh, maybe I'm not going to take your advice so much anymore. Listen, Ross Chastain is going through a transformation trying to figure out how can I be a cup champion? And we've seen this over and over where a guy comes in and he's super aggressive and he's got a dollar back. We've seen other guys come in that need to gain aggression. They've got to find a way to be aggressive. Very few young drivers have ever been able to come into sport and not go through a transition of learning when and how often to be aggressive. I don't think Ross Chastain is out there and just I'm going to make everybody mad. He's out there for him. Yeah. He's being a selfish race car driver, which, by the way, is what his owner wants him to be. And he has got to learn and he wants to..

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"dover" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

03:47 min | 7 months ago

"dover" Discussed on NASCAR America

"And over and over how playoff points matter. You can not just say, hey, we won. Now we can go and have bad races. It doesn't work like that. This is all from practice. It was last time we saw we saw this at California. Now we saw it here. I mean, these short practices are so difficult because save you when they drop the green flag, you gotta go. Like you can't go out and say, well, I'm a ride around and feel my car, see how it feels. There's a drive okay. No, you got 15 minutes. You got to roll. And so when you go to a track like door, you go to track like California. We're going to Darlington. This coming weekend. That will be so much easier. So much easier. So what do you do? Roll out there and just ride around in the first apple and tires is the best. I mean, you know, so it's putting these drivers and teams in a very unique situation. I will say this and I chase Elliott fans and know you everywhere. Don't ride me bad letters. The best thing for Hendrick motor sports. Hear me out is for chase Elliot to be the last guy to win. And when I say that, what Hendrick mode would make any organization great is that when other teams can push each other. Internally, if Alex Bowman can be pushing and making Chase Elliott better, that's what you want. Kyle Larson, we know he's pushing. They got all their guys went and races. And whoever's the last guy to win, it just is what it is. And that's when Rick Hendrick is back smiling. He's sitting there saying, okay, I got all this figured out. And they're going to make each other better. If you're going to win races, you got to beat the guys in this building. And that will make chase Elliott better. That will push the most popular driver in the sport that will push him to be better and ultimately push him to win more races. Rick Hendrick and chase Elliott not the only ones that are smiling because it is NASCAR's most popular driver, so I'm sure we've got a lot of chase LA fans who want to talk to us today. A lot of phone calls, I'm sure, on a very eventful day at Dover. And we're going to get started with Shelby here on NASCAR America motormouth. Shelby, welcome to the program. What you got? If trace Elliot was on the line, my question would obviously be what is the biggest difference in the steering in this year's race car from last year's race car and also thank you for being my favorite driver. All right, there you go. I'll give it to the driver. I know physically what's different. It's a completely different system. Just how it operates under the hood is nothing, anything at all like the other car. But from the actual feedback, I know you've talked a lot of drivers. It seems to be much quicker. And I think that some of these single car Rex is just, you get to the point where I don't want to say they get behind on the steering, but if you used to move your hands a couple inches that perhaps is too much on this car, you have to almost slow everything down. Yeah, that's exactly what happens. It actually on pit road and in the garage area, you have to turn the car a great deal and on the track you don't turn it much at all. And so you get behind just a little bit. Now what we are seeing here is that drivers aren't over correct and driving the right front into the wall, which is what we were seeing early in the year. The drivers have learned, we can not over correct these cars, meaning if you turn it to the right to catch the car when it's loose, keeping it from spinning out. You don't turn it too far on the ride. It hangs it right and head on in the wall. The drivers are learning how to do that. That's a good thing. But it's just a quicker Syrian. You turn the wheel this much, the car goes like that as opposed to last year, you have to turn it this much to get to go to go to the same direction. And do you have a correction seem to be the problem with Martin Truex Junior when he had his issue with chip Ross just in the last lap? That was really odd looking to me. It's almost like when Ross came up, it kind of pushed the nose of Martin's car up and then he turned left to get out of the wall. And the next thing you know, he's pointed to the inside wall. And now he got behind, you got behind on the serum, but right here, he thinks he's got the spot. And he didn't push up in a wall. He turned away from the wall and now he's pulling to the inside wall. And it was really odd. I mean, if I'm Martin Truex, I'm thinking.

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Chase Elliott wins at Dover to snap 26-race winless streak

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 7 months ago

Chase Elliott wins at Dover to snap 26-race winless streak

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"dover" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

03:00 min | 7 months ago

"dover" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Track, but I'm picking Ryan Blaney to take the monster mile this weekend. Very good. I think that's a good pick. He's always very strong at Dover, so I think that's going to be a big question mark is, who's going to be good? I can make an argument AJ and Parker like, I don't know who's going to be good this weekend because this new car is still on so many curveballs like what's going to happen. I have no clue what's going to happen this weekend. Yeah, I agree. I mean, this is probably the toughest challenge that the next gen car is going to have, at least up to date. Maybe all year, because the loads that you have when you drop down into the corner, the loads that you feel through the race car, these cars are stiff, they balance the loads that are going to be through these bigger tires through all the suspension pieces. I don't think we know really what to expect. So, you know, Parker, you all, your fantasy team, you've already got that out. Yeah, so who's going to win this weekend, Parker? Well, I'm sure if I'm ready to make that pick, but I'll tell you who's not on my phrase he team. It's AJ almond. That guy's doing two races on the weekend. He told me he's got to meet her. Jim twice. I'm not feeling good about you walking in that ready for that Cup race. Not feeling that speed there. I think, though, when you look at it, it is a ton of unknowns. This place, you know, how is the tire going to lay rubber on the track this weekend is a huge unknown to me after what we've seen out of this car where it has laid a ton of rubber at some places. And then we had Martin solar, it did basically none. I think that's going to be really interesting to see. You mentioned the test for this car durability wise. That's going to be a tough thing to figure out. So I think this is a really tough race. Erik Jones mentioned the possibility of maybe shifting who knows. There's so many unknowns. I think I look at guys, maybe that just have been successful at Dover in the past and maybe Kevin Harvick, this is a weekend that he could be looking at one very strong for the four car. So that's what I'll keep my on and on when we get to practice and qualifying. All right, I'm putting you down for Kevin Harvick. Because you're doing double races, does that mean double workouts this week? I did do the sim yesterday and as I said to Eric Jones, I asked my engineers, I was like, is this what it's actually going to feel like? Because I was kind of worn out in the sim, I'm like, oh my goodness. I'm going to have to start doing double gym days leading up to it. Then I realized, I'm pretty old, and I'm that could wear me out a little too much for the race. So I decided not to do the double gym day. I went Jim range. Oh, that counts. And then TV show. This is the hardest part down pat. Yeah. We got to get that in. AJ's life, right? Parker. All right, he went with Kevin Harvick, who you got. Oh, I'm picking right now. I'm going to go Christopher Bell. Really? Because, you know, this is a racetrack. We're as we talked about. We don't know what these cars are going to do, but I think you're going to have to start dancing them around a little bit, especially if you get some rubber laid down. Cars are going to be sliding around. Christopher Bell. Chase Elliott, for me, we'll see you back here Monday or recapped over, see you then..

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"dover" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

05:27 min | 7 months ago

"dover" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Put themselves in a great position, as you mentioned in terms of having that speed in qualifying. And we saw those years where they had a ton of speed and qualifying, but then those cars were incredibly hard to drive in the races when you got the pack, but what you see there on your screen right now, three of those Henrik motor sports cars working together that to me is what those guys are doing so well. I know it's all about manufacturers now at the super speedways where you've got to go of your Chevy teammates or your Toyota teammates or your four teammates, but when I look at those HMS cars, they are hooked up, they're finding each other. We saw it over the last couple of years. You've always seen them trying to sort of be together at some point and that's what they did so well this past weekend when you saw that at any point they were somewhat connected or trying to get in position to be connected, which AJ, I think you know a little bit about from the XV series, when your colleague teammates, because I think I've seen you guys basically orchestrate at the front of these races, three cars at once. I've never seen that before you guys. Yeah, I think unfortunately, the Xfinity field is figured that out. So they did everything they could at Talladega to make sure it was not going to happen. And the difference in Xfinity is there's so many Chevys. So of course, Chevy wants us to work together, but because there's so many cars of Chevys in general, over Ford and Toyota's, not all the Chevy teams really want to work together because that's like over half the field. So, but we tried our best. Yeah, you guys, you tried your best as a good point. Hey, speaking of former colleague drivers, I want to give a shout out to your boy Justin Haley. Well, he's still a college driver. He's still a cop. Yeah, that's a good point. Yeah, yeah, I'm sorry. Former Collin drivers in the Xfinity center. There you go. Now on the cups here. Yeah, I should have said that whole thing. He did a fantastic job Sunday. He was on top of me. He was in a spot to maybe get up there and win this thing. I'm sure you were screaming at the TV. You gotta be careful of Justin's gonna start texting me like, did Chris rice call you? Like, am I not on the team anymore? No, Justin Haley is an amazing super speedway driver. He's great at all the racetracks, but super speedways, I'm still learning from Justin. I'm always trying to pick his brain in these Xfinity races of okay, how do I lead the pack? How do I keep everybody kind of in order? When is it the right time to make a move? He was doing a great job running inside the top 5 all day. And just kind of got shuffled out there. As the pack started moving around, that kind of got under him, got him in the middle and nobody really worked with him. And that's the trouble as, you know, per se, he's not a rookie in the Cup Series, but you know, he's still a rookie to me in the Cup Series. It's hard to get people to work with you. So once he got shuffled, nobody really went with them. He still ended up 12. He's had a lot of bad luck this year. He'd be inside the top 20 points easily, but definitely did a great job like always at the super speedway races. AJ, I had him on my fancy team. So you know he was going to make this a few ways. Well, you know that real quick. I just want to say, you know, what he's done so well at the super speed ways is you kind of acknowledge it was we've seen him have the success. He has been someone that you've seen put himself in position and then sit there and wet the race come to him and I think you've seen that happen so often that there's others in the sport that are maybe taking notice of wait a second, that might be the strategy going forward is get yourself a position and then let the race unfold for you and I think that's something he does so well and it's been so successful for him at the speedways that I think he's going to continue to have that success as long as he sticks with that strategy. Hey Parker, you know what we're doing next. We're talking to Brad daugherty. He's going to give you less one on how to say his last name. You ready? Not the singer. Yeah. No, not the singer. Not the singer Brad Doherty joined us next. Hopefully the big guy is going to give us a pep talk. The former owner for AJ omnichannel Brad Doherty will be here next. Welcome back to motormouth. Joining us now, Brad Doherty. Hey, Brad, look what we have in the studio today. Do you know this guy to my left? Yes. Never seen him before, perhaps. I have. We've got a cup banner hanging in our shop. It's the cause of that young man right there. I'll tell you what. It's like for race car driver and I'd love to have him going to Dover this weekend in a cup car. Up there right now. I did try to post up Brad one time and a one on one. It didn't go well. I did a step back. He blocked it, he blocked it with his elbow. Yeah, yeah. And he spit between my legs. He went right between the goal. Oh, lord almighty. Well, awesome to have you here, Brad, as always. So hey, boy rash, Ross Chastain. Shaping up to be all of a sudden not only a race winner, is he a championship winning contender here, you think Brad? Well, you know, I think that, you know, Ross obviously is very aggressive and he's taking advantage of these opportunities when he's been able to get, you know, get his race car out front. I mean, he's like a dog chasing a bowl. He gets after it. So, you know, the big thing is going to come through June when these bigger teams really start to get their act together. Is he a championship contender? Why couldn't he be? You know, they're going to have to get through the dog days of June, not make mistakes. You know, not have things happen on pit road, not rent race cars, but as of right now, heck yeah. But.

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"dover" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

06:13 min | 7 months ago

"dover" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Super speedways results, skills that they've shown constantly and to not get it done. When you don't do it at a super speedway, AJ, you know this, it's like there goes another one, right? Like, you know, okay, we just, now there's one less of those that I have a chance at and I just think that's really frustrating for guys like you put it for bubble Wallace and those that go there thinking it's a chance to win. Yeah, I mean, it was always the way I felt at the road courses. You know, especially when I was in the 47 car, I always felt like that man it's either Sonoma or Watkins Glen and there was a lot of pressure there and if it didn't go well, especially if you didn't win and at that point there was only two road courses. So you'd leave Sonoma without winning and it's like, oh my goodness, we got to go to Watkins Glen and it's all on my shoulders to make it happen at Watkins Glenn. So yeah, there are these races, the super speedway races, especially that there's certain guys that know that this is my shot and if it doesn't go well, it's kind of a deflator and you have to get yourself amp back up, especially to get ready for Dover. Parker, let me throw out another name to you. How about Brad Keselowski? I think obviously they're in a scenario where there's pretty much no points path to the playoffs for Brad after that hundred point penalty. So they've got to win and it looked like he was in the spot to do it to be in the top ten and have a shot at the end and then he speeds on the last pit stop for the second time of the day. I think you're just calling out my fantasy team at this point because he was also on my fantasy team. I tried to use a bunch of people that I didn't think others would use or I wouldn't use anywhere else and he was of course one because of what you just pointed out. This was a huge opportunity for Brad Keselowski, how much success he has had at Talladega and then just this year what you look at what they were doing at the Daytona 500 at speed weeks, you know, being so fast in that 6 car, although he basically spun out half the field that looked like at that race. It still seemed like he was super fast. I was like, if he bring that same type of race car to Talladega, this is a car. And if you put them in position and a driver, what does so much studying for these races, you put them in position, he's going to find a way to win. But when he sped on that last stop, I was a little disappointed because I had in my fancy team, as I said, and I'm going to type battle there in our league. I was like, come on, man. You didn't have to do that. You know, I mean, so I think definitely for that 16 that has to feel like a weekend that got away because they just haven't shown that sort of pace that they showed at the suits B ways at Daytona earlier this year. How about Kurt Busch? I mean, now I could argue that so you made the point about Eric Jones. They can win at other racetracks this year. But Curtis run well enough to win another race tracks, but that was another. He was in a perfect spot to be able to make a move at the end of that race. Yeah, in Kurt's case, like I got enough confidence that I feel like, especially as that team keeps getting stronger with the backing of Toyota current we've seen it any type of racetrack and go out there and make it happen. You can almost argue that you take out the Daytona 500 that he won. You know, super speedways or maybe some of his worst tracks. There's so much luck that goes into that. But I still feel like Kurt can go to a lot of these racetracks and still contend for victories. To Parker's point, and we found out that all these bad finishes, Parker's just mad because it hurts his fantasy team. But we're in an intense battle. With Brad, you could see like the pressure to speed twice. To me, it just felt like Brad was pushing harder than he's ever pushed knowing that in the past at Team Penske is like, well, I can go to Dover and win next week anyway. They know that they're a little bit behind at some of these racetracks and that that might have been his best shot and he made a couple of mistakes doing it. And I think it is fascinating that you brought up about Kurt, which he is, you know, historically when you look at his finishes, I always find him an interesting one to watch at soups B ways because he has had success, right? At these race tracks, but he's also had a lot of times where you see, you know, it's just been Rex or other things he's been involved in not getting the results. He's not someone I personally would say, okay, that's the guy I'm going to choose to go win a super speedway. And so I think when you look at drivers like that, even one that's had such a long career as his, when you see them sort of in position having a good finish, I think it's devastating for a team and a driver like that not to get a good finish. Because they don't go into those races thinking, you know, this is a chance to win. Although they can go other places, you mentioned, and they will be fast. When you go to a place like talde, and you've put yourself in position after all day, through the green fight stops, not making those mistakes, making the right choices through the pack and making the right drafting lane choices. And then to not get the result, I just think that's always a tough thing. And I think that sort of hurts a team like the 45 a little bit. And so, you know, I think one of those things where it's a team that you would love to have that possible momentum a little bit from having a good finish at a place like how they get that can really propel you into going forward and then to have both their cars basically wrecked there at the end of 23 11. I just think that really hurts. So you brought up a very interesting point when you were talking about yourself. You said you would go to Sonoma, you would think I gotta get it done here and then it wouldn't happen and you go, I gotta do it a Watkins Glen. Do these drivers put that same pressure on themselves in the last race of the regular season that's kind of group that we've talked about because they know they went to Talladega in a spot to be able to do it. They go to Daytona, last race for the regular season, gotta win. Is there even more pressure on those guys now to make it happen in that race? It depends where you're at in points, really. You know, you look at Eric Jones. I mean, he's just outside the cutoff, and they've been running well. Kurt Busch is the same way. So if you're still near the cutoff line, you're pumping the brakes a little bit. You don't feel that anxiety already building up like, okay, I got one more race to do this. You look at the points there. Even Kirk, -25, I mean, he puts a couple of good runs together like we know he can. He'll be back inside that cutoff line. So for those drivers, you may not feel that much pressure. Both us a little bit further out. So bubba already might be looking at, man, I'm gonna have to win to get in these playoffs and that definitely deflates you a little bit, not only not winning, but not even getting the finish.

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"dover" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

05:25 min | 7 months ago

"dover" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Green flag is in the air. Talladega Superspeedway triple overtime here at Talladega. The gloves are off right now. It's time to get this thing done. It's all no one breaks a leading on the end of the backstretch. Bottom, bottom, bottom, coming to the treasure here. And no it breaks it across the line and he will score the win. Thank you guys. Great job. Yes. How good is that? Jason Anderson on the return to Massachusetts. Anderson wins at Foxborough. Faulkner and Lawrence. This was meant to be the season long head to head clash. Fortnite gets the main event win. Lawrence gets the championship. We're on board then which one miss Suzuki looking back to Jack Miller who's going to power that the catty on bar here in quarter mousey is a game of chess on the breaks down at the first goal. Miller Miller on the front end Lucifer from trying to find a way through up the inside. But here comes Fabio cuero it has been picture perfect in Portugal for the reigning world champion. He's the winner of the tissot Grand Prix of Portugal in utterly dominant fashion. Moto two world championship is go here and report him out. He's going. It's chaos. That was a horrible sight all riders conscious and the race red flag it's take two. Smoking Joe Roberts, who wins a first American race in the intimate world championships, it's 1990. Opportunity knocked and Joe Roberts answered the call. 29 times this race has been decided by Alaska. Kyle Larson big push. Here comes the big energy. One back, quarterback. Gonna have to block. Does it go to the outside? Gonna have to. Here he goes. Steaming to the line. Ross Chastain were win. The Geico 500. Ross just kept it straight. I told you it's like you just held it straight. He killed sailing through. Come on, here, need some. Crazy weekend of motor sports. Welcome in everyone. Marty Snyder to NASCAR America motor mouse with the dad of mister tickles the cat. And the husband of misses North Carolina, AJ Alma nigger. All those tough has said there's true. That is true. And that's literally how it happens at intros. I get fans yelling at me. Hey, mister tickle's dad, or mister North Carolina. So it works either way. Does mister tickles have more Twitter followers than you? Not as many, but I think his love, they love him more than they love me. Okay, very good, all right. We also welcome in from the Stanford Connecticut studios Parker Kligerman now. What's good at home base today, Parker? Forgot one thing for AJ. That was that he was my best sim racing friend growing up and sim racing coach. Also lost many races to me when I was just, you know, younger than 16 years old. So he was like his accolades are just piling up, Parker, mister tickles, dad. Husband. You'll be shocked to know this, Marty. He never stopped talking when he was 12 years old either. Parker. Come on. And now we get paid by the word. So it works out great. I was always playing. That is awesome. We do have a television program today, by the way, actually, Eric Jones will be here shortly to join us. You saw him on the last lap there at Talladega also our big man on the middle Brad Dougherty will be here as well. Of course we want to hear from you guys at home. A four four NASCAR NBC will get to your calls here in just a little bit. So AJ on Monday show, we put out the social media question. Who was the biggest heartbreak from Talladega? I'll ask it another way. Who lost their best shot at Talladega to get a win, put themselves in the playoffs because I know a lot of teams come in there saying, hey, this is my best shot between now and Daytona in the end of the regular season. Yeah, I mean, I think you initially immediately go to Eric Jones, 'cause he was leading off a turn Ford and you think that that for sure is the guy that probably had the best shot, but they've been running really strong all year, that GMS petty team. So I think they're gonna have more shots. I would have to say Bubba Wallace, because he was running up front. Now they're still Daytona, but he's really good at super speedway races. He ran up front, most of that race got shuffled on the back of the pack, then obviously got wrecked there down the front straightaway. So he had a great shot and unfortunately didn't get a finish to show that. Parker, what do you think? I think Ricky Stenhouse junior, that 47 JTG. I mean, I think when you look at that 47 car and him at a super speedway, I put him in my fantasy lineup for that exact thought process. Here's a guy who runs great super speedways, has a chance to out there and sort of turn their season around. It's been a very tough start to the season for them. I felt like that was a car to me that really this was a make or break race. I look at Justin Haley in that 31 car being a good at super speedway racer. He is. He was in position up there. I felt like this is a chance for him to really sort of do something great for that calling racing team. So those are a couple that just stick out to me because.

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"dover" Discussed on Killer Role

Killer Role

02:41 min | 8 months ago

"dover" Discussed on Killer Role

"Hi everyone, I'm brandy zadrozny, and I'm the host of Tiffany Dover is dead. A new podcast from NBC News. Tiffany Dover is dead is a story of a nurse who got the COVID vaccine on live TV, then passed out on camera. She got back up a few minutes later, but the Internet decided she had died. This is a show about how conspiracy theories start in the age of COVID and how hard it is to make one go away. You can stay right here and listen to a preview of Tiffany Dover is dead. To hear the first two episodes and get the entire series, search for Tiffany Dover is dead, wherever you're listening and follow now. This is not the woman that died, Tiffany Dover. This is the phony. Welcome to one of the Internet's weirdest obsessions. Holy mackerel. That chick might actually be dead. It's a story about a regular person. My name is Tiffany Dover, and I am the manager in CCU, a nurse who got the COVID vaccine in front of TV news cameras. This vaccination offers us hope, but then things went off script. I'm sorry. And I look at the photographer like what's going on and then she faints into their arms. I feel fine now. Her name is Tiffany pontus Dover, and she was totally fine. Except for one problem. The Internet didn't believe it. The video has since been shared around the world, so a false claims that Dover passed away or has disappeared. Tiffany, for the love of God, please say something. Some claiming on social media, the woman in the video was not Dover. I'm like 50 50 on this that that nurse is acting. This is a story about how conspiracy theories start in the age of COVID. If the vaccines are so safe and effective, then why does the manufacturers need liability protection? And how hard it is to make one go away. I'm prepping for a memorial service on Saturday. Trying to get this under control. Writer named down, find her. There's a $100,000 bounty to produce Tiffany pontus Dover alive. Tiffany? Oh, sorry. Are you sure that wasn't Tiffany? No? What's more believable? I feel like mine sounds more reasonable. It doesn't matter what sounds reasonable. It matters what the truth is. From NBC News, I'm brandy's a drowsy, and this is Tiffany Dover is dead. Coming April 18th. Follower subscribe wherever you.

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"dover" Discussed on Ageless

Ageless

05:27 min | 9 months ago

"dover" Discussed on Ageless

"Whether we're talking about business, wellness, travel, or relationships, I've always thought age is just a number. Welcome to ageless with me, Cynthia Rowley, and my daughter, kit Keenan. Hi guys, welcome back to ageless. So today we have Wendy's Omni and Jenna Dover from Cali ray, Cali ray is a sustainable clean beauty brand and their aesthetic is all super Cali base. So they're big surf girls and we had a great combo. We've actually had Wendy on prior because she founded urban decay. And this is her new business, Callie ray. So we talk all about their business model founding the business and their story a bit. But this episode, there are a ton of tips for entrepreneurs, especially in the beauty space, but I think can apply to all new businesses in terms of experiential marketing. And building a new brand, especially in the beauty space online right now, like in a space that's so, so saturated. So if you have ever had kind of the impetus to start a brand yourself or you're interested in marketing, this is definitely the episode for you. So let's just jump right in with Wendy and Jenna and I know you guys will love this episode as much as we did, but let us know your thoughts as always over on Instagram. All right, let's get into it. We're so excited about this. We record the intro separately. So we can kind of just jump right in. Okay. First things first, I want to make sure I'm pronouncing the brand correctly is it Callaway? No, it's Kelly ray. Callie. Okay, got it. Got it, got it. It's like one word, Kelly ray. Callie gray, got it. Because it's Cali form. And I have this T-shirt. This is where it was inspired from. It's California inspired. I have this T-shirt that says, I'm a fucking ray of sunshine..

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"dover" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"dover" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"He was chaplain at Dover Air Force Base for more than 40 years First in uniform that in civilian clothes all the while bearing witness to the arrival of remains and flagged grape transfer cases and the pain of those agreed We spoke with the chaplain when his work was winding down As early September the church of the nazarene pastor had just met with the families of 13 service members killed by a terrorist blast outside the Kabul airport and he told us it had been a busy and intense week When the 13 came to us this past week there was lots of memories of multiple mass casualties over the last years That was pretty emotional and also heartwarming Help us understand both sides of it if you could How is it heartwarming It is such a privilege to be with and to try to support families on what is ostensibly the worst day of their lives You take on or I take on lots of their emotion The flip side of that is the privilege to be with heroes meaning in this case families whose loss will go on forever And knowing that at least for a little while the caregivers here at Dover had an opportunity to touch their lives and to bring some sanity into the moments of insanity Chaplain what can you possibly say to a family First of all is to recognize that there isn't anything you can say that's going to be much of much help What we've discovered is that when we address families the best interaction with them is to ask them questions to give them the privilege of telling their story When a wife tells me that she's lost her husband I'll be asking you know how long were you together How did you meet What was it about him that drew you to him and all of that triggers them to respond with one of the needs of mourning which is to tell the story which is to remember the one who is gone I hope you don't mind if I ask if over the years somebody who said something to you or somebody has asked a question of you which just stopped you cold No When somebody asks me a question and sometimes they are very hard questions I am not trying to process the question and how am I going to answer that I am looking for the right sometimes creative even Siberia question to ask and response So a story of a woman who asked me she wanted to know if her husband was in heaven I asked her for instance Your question sounds like you have a faith background What does your faith tell you For that person that was enough to trigger all of her thoughts and all of her background and she answered her finally answered her own question about what she thought about where he was Yeah I gather you retired from the military at some point but you're planning to retire again on December 9th Yes December 9th there will be a ceremony and then the retirement will be effective on December 31st How do you feel about that It's time more physically than anything else I'm just tired However I am going to miss the opportunities to sit with grieving family members May I ask do you see the hand of God at work and what you've been doing Absolutely Both in the lives of those that I have touched over these years and in my own Well how would you describe that to us I think that I am a better man and I better minister My faith is much easier for me these days I grew up in a kind of closed system where everything had its right answer whether you understood it or believed it or not I have come to a much easier and a much more open relationship Certainly with religion and people And with my God my God smiles at me a lot Sometimes laughs right at me and that's okay In the old days if I did something really stupid I was pretty sure God was going to flick me off the face of the earth That's not true anymore We have a loving God who accepts us the way we are even with our failures and our foibles Chaplain David sparks at Dover.

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Walk it off: Red Sox eliminate Rays 6-5 with late sac fly

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Walk it off: Red Sox eliminate Rays 6-5 with late sac fly

"The red Sox walked it off for a second straight night to punch their ticket to the American League Championship Series with a six five win over the rays ki K. Hernandez had a one out sacrifice fly to plate the winning run from third and said Boston back to the ALCS for the second time in four seasons minutes of Dover and they it doesn't matter what happens all matters is that W. Rafael Devers hit a three run blast in the red Sox five run third inning wander Franco had a two run Homer for the one hundred win Reyes who raced a five nothing deficit but weren't able to defend their A. L. crown Gessen Coolbaugh Boston

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Kathy McCollum, Mother of Fallen Marine, Is Against Biden's Vaccine Mandate

Mark Levin

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Kathy McCollum, Mother of Fallen Marine, Is Against Biden's Vaccine Mandate

"Talking about frontline workers. And how they needed to be vaccinated. And my son was the ultimate frontline worker. You know what I mean? Yeah, my son was the ultimate frontline worker. He just sacrificed his life. To appease a president who was trying to appease China and appease Russia and remove himself from Afghanistan so that China could take over our airports. Two. It is the most disgusting thing in the entire world. And sir, I will talk to you about any topic you would prefer to talk about. I'm well versed in all of them. Um the whole mask mandate is absolutely disgusting. Mhm, the taking away of our liberties. Is absolutely absurd. Um, my boyfriend is a, um I won't say where he works. No, but they're telling him he now has to be mandated. Um, to have a vaccine and he's going to refuse it. He is an Iraqi war veteran, and he is not going to Cal towel. I believe both of us have already been exposed to Covid and I will not give in. I will not be vaccinated for a Uh, whatever disease I've already had. I will not do it, and he will not either, but for Biden to come on and tell the world that the First. You know, the frontline workers are so important when he didn't give a crap about my son. And when I was in Dover Watching my son. Come off that plane, and Biden was sleeping, walking like a zombie trying to get up the plane ramp. Never once did. He acknowledged me. I

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Mike Helton Recalls the Impact of Sept. 11 on NASCAR

NASCAR on NBC

01:49 min | 1 year ago

Mike Helton Recalls the Impact of Sept. 11 on NASCAR

"Before worrying about the upcoming race weekends at new hampshire motor speedway in dover. The primary focus was taking care of nascar industry members scattered around the country on that fateful tuesday and along the way. We're talking to different people in industry almost nonstop. And you know you find that. There's one team. I think they bring kansas testing and they were watching it unfold. And then we had a group of officials in richmond. Virginia that stayed over after the richmond race before they went to new hampshire in richmond to work on the rule book for two thousand and two which is which was usual for us back then to take a moment in that august-september window to work on next year's rulebook so that was all organized after richmond stayed up for or so then came back to daytona monday night. And so we had a group in richmond at a hotel working on the rule book and i called them up and say hey you guys may need to turn on the tv. Because you know you're not far from dc and you know keep an eye on things and and then the federal government starts making decisions about ground and air traffic So the guys in kansas. We're going to have to figure out how to wrap up out there and then and drive back to charlotte and our officials in richmond are going to have to figure out because i was going to stop and pick up a lot of them on the way to new hampshire but the the the spirit of what you were doing either if i think teams testing or us working on rule book she here kind of come out of that you you said i we can. We can worry about this later. There's there's something more important going on that we we just don't have the heart to pay attention to what we're supposed to be doing. So and i think that was kinda universal that gins had our industry it was but i think it was universal. Just talking to friends and family members. That's not in the sport.

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Biden Faces the Fallout for His Chaotic Retreat in Afghanistan

TIME's Top Stories

02:02 min | 1 year ago

Biden Faces the Fallout for His Chaotic Retreat in Afghanistan

"A decision was made biden faces. The fallout for his chaotic retreat. In afghanistan by brian bennett. It was the first time. Joe biden had witnessed dead americans returning home from foreign battlefield as president and commander in chief the bodies of eleven marines a navy medic. An army staff sergeant arrived on. Us soil on sunday. August twenty ninth all killed in a suicide bombing at the kabul airport on august. Twenty sixth amid america's chaotic exit from afghanistan after twenty years of war for thirty five minutes as the flag draped cases were carried down the ramp of an air force c seventeen cargo plane at dover air force base in silence except for the home of aircraft engines and muted troop commands. Biden stood in front of the cold reality of his decisions. A series of fateful choices over the past six months drew a tragic line to that moment it was biden who in april settled on august thirty first date for withdrawing u s forces from afghanistan. It was biden who chose a minimum number of us troops to secure the exit and it was biden updated in intelligence briefings and meetings over the summer who oversaw his administration's abandonment of a key. Airbase the delay in evacuating us citizens and allies and belated scramble to provide more troops to get everyone out safely. Hard decisions are histories. Acid test for precedents. It's easy to forget amid the posturing and politics but the architecture of american power means there are some calls that only the president can make and when it came to afghanistan biden was determined to make them he had watched the wars launch. As the senate's top foreign policy overseer nearly twenty years ago then fault and lost an efforts to end it as vice president since announcing the exit he has never publicly wavered on that

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Ari Fleischer on Joe Biden's Worst Communication Blunders

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:38 min | 1 year ago

Ari Fleischer on Joe Biden's Worst Communication Blunders

"So whether the president's a democrat or republican is a good strategy to say. I'm not answering that question. To turn your back and walk away ari as former white house press secretary. I'm the only thing he could have done. Worse was going to maybe the july fourth holiday weekend and when he was asked about afghanistan. Say i only wanna take happy questions. I mean i guess when you compare what he did yesterday to what he did in july. This is only the second worst communications blunder. He's made and when it comes to body language not just what comes out of. Somebody's mouth but this video that is truly one of the most viral videos in the last twenty four hours of him apparently looking at his wristwatch as even his wife was holding her. Her heart hand on heart is the cost. It's coming off. The military transports dover air force base. This president let me ask you. Does the president come back from that image for people who are against him because he for him because he's not donald trump he can do no wrong but for most americans who actually wanna make fair valuation of who we have is the commander in chief. This is daunting and sebastian. This counts this resumes. This is deeply important to the american people. It's about better national honor to veteran military. It's about our promises around the world. This is not your typical shining object so to speak that politics is full of and i think americans are realizing now is we elected somebody just not up to the task

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Mother of Dead Marine Calls Joe Biden a 'Piece of Crap'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:10 min | 1 year ago

Mother of Dead Marine Calls Joe Biden a 'Piece of Crap'

"Just what i thought things couldn't get any more insipid. I'm sending article from the washington post that says that president biden's trip to dover was tough on him. He had a tough time because his life has been shaped heavily by tragedy and it was tough for him to have to go receive. The bodies of the service members were killed in afghanistan to make this about biden is mind-blowing. Because i too thought how difficult the trip to dover must have been for biden because he had to explain to those families why he made the decision. He made that led to the deaths of their loved. Ones one of the mothers whose son was killed called into a radio show happens to be a friend of mine. Andrew cow over on sirius. Xm her name. is cathy. mccollum her twenty year old son. Riley was among the thirteen u s servicemembers killed in the attack. And as you can imagine. This mother is grieving. Whose mother is grief-stricken but she's also angry and as you'll hear she's angry at the president of the united states kathy colorado. You're on the majority. Hello hey my son was one of the marines. I yesterday. I listen to that. Sorry i'm on the radio. No no no no. No i got son was one of the marines yesterday. Twenty years and six months old getting ready to come home for freaking jordan to be with his wife to watch the birth of his son and that dementia ridden piece of crap. Just sent my son to

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Biden Observes Return of Troops Killed in Kabul Bombing

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:02 min | 1 year ago

Biden Observes Return of Troops Killed in Kabul Bombing

"Here's msnbc characterizing biden's visit to dover delaware as having been tough on biden. The high wire act walked by the white house in the next twenty. Four hours ahead of this deadline really came to life with this. Incredible scene dover air force base. Yesterday's the president met privately with some of those families of loss heroes in afghanistan and then participated for roughly an hour in the most solemn preceding. You could imagine no sound audible other than the commands being issued by the honor guards and as the press pool was over there for that moment yesterday described it the anguished sobbing of some of the family members. Who participated will. We've talked so often about this president's relationship with grief of course degree experienced himself having lost two children and a wife in tragic circumstances the role. He's played as consoler in chief so often sharing that empathy that he's built over the course of years himself this on display yesterday but in a very different way really. This is really the first time he is doing this. As a result of decisions he's made as president of the united states and this is burton white house officials telling me he's feeling very significantly. At this moment you can see him yesterday. Watching every one of those transfer cases from the moment they stepped off the plane until the moment they were put in those vehicles and really bowing his head. In prayer each time it was a burden for joe. Biden says msnbc reporter. Mike moly. well. I expected doesn't come close to the burden of the mothers and fathers of those young men and women who were killed in this debacle.

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Remains of Service Members Slain in Kabul Arrive Back in U.S.

Guarding Your Nest Egg

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Remains of Service Members Slain in Kabul Arrive Back in U.S.

"Remains of the 13 service members killed in last Thursday's suicide bombing outside the Kabul airport have landed at Delaware's Dover Air Force Base president and Mrs Biden on hand. ABC News chief Global Affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz one by one, They come off the plane in battle dress uniforms and white gloves. Teams from the Army, Navy and Marines carrying their fallen brothers and sisters in arms, These young, courageous Americans placing themselves in grave danger at the abbey. Gate of Kabul's airport to protect American citizens and Afghans trying to evacuate.

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Biden pays respects to US troops killed in Afghanistan

AP News Radio

01:07 min | 1 year ago

Biden pays respects to US troops killed in Afghanistan

"President Biden has become the fourth straight US president to bear witness says the remains of fallen U. S. troops return to U. S. soil from Afghanistan the president and First Lady Jill Biden met in solemn privacy with the families at Dover airforce base in Delaware thirteen US troops eleven marines one navy sailor and one army soldier died alongside more than one hundred and sixty Afghans in the suicide attack near Kabul airport they ranged in age from twenty to thirty one in came from California Massachusetts and states in between as the military ritual of a dignified transfer on folded the remains in flag draped transfer case is taken off the military aircraft and into an awaiting vehicle the president held his hand over his heart and appear to shut his eyes in prayer in a statement Biden called them heroes who made the ultimate sacrifice in service of our highest American ideals and while saving the lives of others adding their bravery and selflessness has enabled more than one hundred and seventeen thousand people at risk to reach safety thus far I'm Ben Thomas

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U.S. Drone Strike Kills Two High-Profile ISIS Members

Fox News Sunday

02:08 min | 1 year ago

U.S. Drone Strike Kills Two High-Profile ISIS Members

"The president headed to Dover, I sat down with his national security advisor Jake Sullivan to discuss the final hours of America's engagement on the ground in Afghanistan. Jake. Let's start with the drone strike in eastern Afghanistan against that isis K planner and facilitate our first of all, Can you tell us their importance to Isis And secondly, President Biden says This will not be the last strike against the people responsible for the attack that killed 13 American troops at Kabul airport. So how far as he prepared to go to make Isis pay? The president will stop at nothing to make Isis K pay for the deaths of those American service members at the Kabul airport. He will ensure that we get the people responsible for this that we continue to put Pressure on the group responsible for this and that we continue to take targets off the battlefield with respect to these particular targets. These were facilitators and planners who were involved in the movement and production of explosive devices. Our over the horizon. Counterterrorism capability was proven out. They identify the target. They took the target out, and they are now in the process of identifying further targets to action if we had such good Intelligence about Isis K that we were able to strike in a little bit more than 24 hours. Why didn't we move against the group before the bombing a Kabul airport As targets have been developed. We have action them. This was the one that we had available to us, and we took it in a timely basis when we had it with respect to the attack at Kabul Airport. We, of course, have been warning for days that such an attack could take place. We took action to try to prevent and disrupt such attacks. But of course, all we can do is mitigate risk. We cannot eliminate risk and this is a fundamentally dangerous and high risk mission. The president has said that from the beginning, those of us working on it have reiterated that from the beginning and continuous Chris to be very dangerous. There are

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Biden Witnesses Dignified Transfer of Remains in Delaware Ceremony

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Biden Witnesses Dignified Transfer of Remains in Delaware Ceremony

"Or in Dover, Delaware, where they're meeting with the families of military members killed at the Kabul airport last week. Next hour. They'll be on hand to witness a dignified transfer ceremony for the 13 service members remains. Israel says its warplanes

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Afghanistan Updates: Bidens Attend Dignified Transfer of Troops at Dover

Weekend Edition Sunday

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Afghanistan Updates: Bidens Attend Dignified Transfer of Troops at Dover

"People ahead of a self imposed deadline to leave Afghanistan by Tuesday. They're continuing this operation after a terrorist attack last week that killed at least 170 Afghans and 13 American service members outside the Kabul airport. The US responded to that attack with a drone strike on Friday, targeting the terrorist group behind the attack and as president Biden was at Dover Air Force Base this morning to witness the dignified transfer of U. S Service members killed in Thursday's attack. Another U. S drone strike in Afghanistan struck another target, a vehicle seen as an imminent threat to the operation at the airport. So clearly, it has been a challenging week for President Biden. He had already been receiving criticism for how the evacuation was being handled. And that was before these latest events. We're joined now by NPR. White House correspondent Scott Detroit. Good morning, Scott. Hey, ask my good to be with you. Scott president, Biden said after the attack that the US withdrawal would continue. And that has indeed been the case. Yeah, that the attack has not changed the effort, and President Biden has repeatedly vowed that United States work evacuating Americans and Afghan partners will keep going. Look Missions there they performed is dangerous. Is, uh, now Come with a significant loss of American personnel. And it's a worthy mission because they continue to evacuate. Uh, folks out of that region out of the airport. The number evacuated now is now north of 113,000. There has been a lot of domestic and international pressure to continue operations past Tuesday's deadline for the US to withdraw from Afghanistan. Biden has insisted the operation is on pace to finish by then. And up. Until now, he has given no indication that that would continue into September. Scott what more can you tell us about the

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Biden to Pay Respects to US Troops Killed in Afghanistan

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Biden to Pay Respects to US Troops Killed in Afghanistan

"President Biden is making a solemn journey to honor and mourn the thirteen US troops killed in the suicide attack near Kabul airport the remains of the thirteen eleven marines one navy sailor and one army soldier are being flown to Dover airforce base in Delaware president Biden and his wife Jill are there to meet with their families and attend a dignified transfer military ritual of receiving the remains of fallen troops killed in foreign combat among the dead the oldest was thirty one while the other twelve were all in their twenties five for just twenty four not long before the attacks of September eleventh two thousand one that spurred the United States to invade Afghanistan in order to topple al Qaeda and dismantle the Taliban hosts who ruled the country I'm Ben Thomas

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"dover" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"dover" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"The answer is. I believe he is in the past essentially knowledge that he was certain things had he did do boy so great presidential rhetoric. Yeah that's not good for america. My my brain doesn't work as fast as it used to. And i'm a lot younger than joe. Biden yeah yeah. I'm rooting for him. To do great with putin to clearly convey the interest of the united states. Get his attention. Tell them look. They're going to be serious repercussions. Here's one two and three you pull anymore of this s were common for you and communicate coherently in her way that putin realizes he's serious that's what's best for america biden's not going to run again. I don't i don't care about that. Carmela couldn't get elected dogcatcher. So don't worry about the politics politics of worry about what's good for the united states and having a very tired very old fella at the helm is probably not great. One hundred reporters waited three hours for a twenty five minute. Press conference from joe biden. He took five questions before exiting. That was with one of your more minor leaders today. fine. I don't care Most question almost all questions to answer stuff is pointless very very seldom as any real news comes out of these things the putin okay first of all i keep saying summit i saw somebody pointed out on twitter. It's not summit two meeting it does not meet the qualifications of a summit. I have no freaking idea what the qualifications are of. But i'll start going in a meeting. I let your word straight jack. i'll try. he's easy man that is important. Something real is gonna come out of that. And i think it's got as much to do with body language and you know the intangibles of in person meetings anything else putin has to believe that biden's the kind of guy there would actually be willing to jump ugly if something happened like how ugly and over what i i took this from a podcast. I heard this made perfectly good sense to me. Nato which is us really we. We really are nato. Nate only with our help but nato us. We land there in belarus and say airports closed until you give that guy back you're not allowed to snatch people out of the skies their international and that's the way the world works. Give that guy back your airports closed and with that russia's not going to go to war over that russia's russia wanna go to war over that against nato. Do you want to go ahead. We're ready but i don't think you're going to airports closed. He give that reporter back. You gotta do that sort of stuff or the world order disappears. China's starts deciding where the shipping lanes are russia. Start deciding where you can fly and where you can't and it just all falls apart. Yeah the the only issue there. I agree by the way. I love that idea. Is that to A bunch of marines in close. Somebody's airport is a helluva violation of international rules in rags to in order the way things work. i mean. that's a pretty extreme reaction. I actually like it. Because i think you know what the guy did was loathsome summoned. An awful in a sign of crumbling world order. But that's a that'd be a hell of a thing to do. If putin walks away from it thinking i can take more a ukraine and china and china feels like we can take taiwan. They're not gonna do anything. Well okay. that's where we are. Yeah either you know. With all due respect to the body language thing. I just think in less body language segment unless biden makes it infinitely clear that we have this repercussion and that one and that one ready to go. And here's what's gonna trigger them and just laid out explicitly i- putin comes to the table afraid of no one intimidated by one concerned about very little unless you give them reason to be concerned and he'll just do as usual. Putin thing sean marriages talking about. What do you think. Putin wants out of a when he gets up every day. What's does he want. Because like President xi of china. He believes that china should be the supreme power on earth that it's it's destiny like in a religious way it's just like china is supposed to rule the world. That's what the the the elders and the communist party of china belief and it's there's in china for thousand years ten years. Yeah and it's their duty to bring the country back there. What's putin up every day. Wanting i mean you can't get any richer. You mean he can do whatever he wants. Abbas many hot chicks you know just the normal dictator stuff what is supposed once every day. Putting aside the allure of money in hot checks Not easy i think. He wants to strengthen and expand the russian empire for the sake of its own protection and glory. I just think a. He's agreed head but he's a patriot and you know the history of russia's because they don't have really natural barriers to help them defend themselves the way they protected the heart of the country is to grow it to expand it. Take you so long to battle your way to moscow that two. You know you'd spend too many troops too much money. The babylon has yet more evidence that the virus leaked out of that lab. They found a picture that says it's a sign on a wall that says zero days since accidentally releasing the virus more evidence. It's pretty funny. I just love the backpedaling. In the weasel words everybody in the political world everybody in the media uses to explain why they were mocking the idea bitterly an openly six months ago and now they're reporting on it seriously because it's the greatest question confronting mankind if the lab leak theory is correct. Well we played the jon stewart on cobra last night and he believes that it's ridiculous to not think that the virus came out of that lab But somebody tweeted out and the probably right. That was banned conversation. That wouldn't be. You couldn't have played that clip on facebook a couple of months ago because he was pushing a conspiracy theory that was not allowed on facebook right. Yeah i've been howling about that for months and months i decided to show up for once about it. Yeah so speaking of facebook so as as jack quaintly explained it. Roger waters of the rock band. Pink floyd which if you're like into the rock and roll is a little like saying the singer elvis anyway. Roger waters pink. Floyd absolutely blessing mark zuckerberg. And i absolutely love it. Okay does the at this point know waters as well as many snare all doug. Joe biden still bickering with guitar player fellas. Look you sold a zillion albums some of the greatest art made in the twentieth century. She showed up over. move on..

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"dover" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"dover" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"Wouldn't get this many people together unless we were playing a game called hoop the milkman. Like ring toss instead of throwing them on a peg tyre. The rings over the milk man's head while he was making his daily rounds. You gotta be careful not to weapons jaw or else. You can't whistle more than nobody in town knows when the milk there for leave it up to long and attracts milk. Bugs sucker can invite. Who's writing that stuff but it's really really good. That's jimmy fallon from the tonight. Show do joe biden. let's do one more. I love the people of france. I used to know this french guy back in dover snake eyes shyness the hottest mount this side of the hudson river papa agonists map seven minutes later. That sucker was hard boiled tasted horrible. We never told snake. is french. Sensitive like the hottest map stranger than i at. When i worked at the pool mean pop was a bad. Do the hell. Are you talking about harry legs. So as to the real joe biden just a few moments ago. He was sitting down with somebody earlier and asked if he because he's just arrived in geneva where he is going to meet with putin and he was just asked a sitting down with somebody. Are you ready for the putin summit. And he said. I'm always ready okay. I hope he is ready today. This is how ready he sounded yesterday. A press conference when he was asked you a question vladimir putin lashed at the suggestion that you had called him a killer. Is that still your beliefs are that he is a killer. I'm laugh into. They actually well look. I mean he has made clear that.

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"dover" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"dover" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"A man dropping off a package at a florida postoffices office at three thirty in the morning recently discovered seven foot alligator walking around the lobby. Still not as scary as a man dropping off a package at the post office at three thirty in the morning. Why were you doing the decent question. Early shift so The basics of this article are fine to a growing chorus of american politicians and scientists. She's the key to whether the world will ever learn at the virus behind the devastating cove. Nineteen pandemic escaped from chinese lab to the chinese government and public. She's a hero of the country's success in curbing the epidemic in a victim of militias conspiracy theories. That's pretty good setting the table by the way we got an email earlier today from a chap who has multiple friends in southern china. Who say they're getting absolutely hammered with one of the new variations of the the covert and the hospitals are utterly jammed. And they're getting murdered so goes around comes around apparently but the victim of militias conspiracy theories. Yes we understand that the chinese communists have been saying that. What's a little bit troubling. Is that the american media and the democratic party and a lot of commentators comedians of adjoining in that course as we've been discussing but there's no point in going over that again. I just thought this part was entertaining. the new york times talking about she zhingli. The top chinese corologis once again at the center of clashing narratives about a research on corona viruses at a state live in wuhan the city. Where jacket or know if you know this. The city were the pandemic. i emerge Now here's my favorite two sentences at how much ask covering you can discover these two short sentences. The idea that the virus may have escaped from a lab had long been widely dismissed by scientists as implausible and shunned by others for its connection with former president. Donald j trump. All right how we easily that is. That is pretty weak. How about it was widely dismissed by journalists after one of the guys who financed gain of function research published. An implausible ridiculous. Cover up letter. And y'all picked it up and ran with it like like horny teenage boys because it seemed to contradict donald trump which they concede in the second half of the sentence shunned by others for its connection with former president. Donald j trump. Yeah sounds like like. I say to my son take responsibility for your actions. Hey new york times take responsibility. Say we'd dismissed it because trump said it and we should do better man. They gain my respect if they said that. Instead of this weasel crap next sentence but fresh scrutiny from the biden administration and calls for greater candor from prominent scientists have brought the theory back to the four so as fresh scrutiny from the biden administration that brought the theory back to the four. Or if i might translate since now like everybody is saying. It's the most likely explanation. Were pretending this is a new discovery. Having finally found their now they didn't really find their consciences or their commonsense. They were forced to admit it. Because it's so obviously the most plausible explanation. That's the state of american. Journalism is just sad it really is and it's gonna come back to bite his big at some point i think like really big When we don't believe in anything but anyway If you haven't heard jimmy fallon's latest Joe biden stuff. It's pretty funny. We'll play that for you next half hour. Roger waters one of the guys from the rock group. Pink floyd really doesn't like mark zuckerberg facebook much. Oh play that for you also. Are you following that big chemical plant fire illinois your home state. I just saw some footage on the news last night. Several days in continues to rage. They've sending the national guard tough to put out a chemical fire. Apparently man it looks completely out of control aches. What kind of chemicals dino bernie ones the burning kind. The flammable kind on all that stuff. We promise. promise as pretty. It's pretty funny pretty entertaining..

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UK: Anti-Immigration Protest Blocks Traffic in Port of Dover

The Car Pro Show

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

UK: Anti-Immigration Protest Blocks Traffic in Port of Dover

"In La Hoya, Texas, anti immigration demonstrators disrupted traffic at a busy cargo port in England. Dozens of protesters blocked trucks that we're heading into a terminal in Dover. Better weather is emboldening migrants across the English Channel in small boats. More than 3100.

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Tyler Reddick Has Bounce Back Day at Dover

The Final Lap

01:26 min | 1 year ago

Tyler Reddick Has Bounce Back Day at Dover

"The final lap with kerry murphy is is on tyler. Radic is coming off of a top ten finish at dover this past weekend and he tells us where the possible passing zones are at circuit of the americas coming up next on the cup series schedule. This weekend i could be wrong. Obviously i've never heard of course racer or ran very well on them. Besides the clash beginning of the year. I think you would You have some options. When you go onto this race you can kind of pick and choose between where you can make your car stronger. But it's tough because you really want to be fast if you have the track position through through the ashes at the very important part of the lap and if female nail that right it's gonna be a great lap. You miss it. You're gonna have a terrible lap. You a car. That can get through this as good. But it's really hard to pass going through that section of the race. Track the easier places to pass with the heavy braking zones obviously and some of the slower areas On the other side of the back side of the track by the carousel and that stadium section. So i think drivers will be debating with the crew chiefs in themselves. Like what. What do we do here. Do we be pretty good everywhere. We're going to give up some in the areas where it's hard to pass and and try and push to have a better car that can attack pass in those areas where i think you'll see more of that action so many unknowns for the cup series this weekend at circuit of the americas in austin texas check out all the action sunday four pm eastern on f s one

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