35 Burst results for "Duggan"

"duggan" Discussed on Everyday Zen Podcast

Everyday Zen Podcast

02:41 min | 2 months ago

"duggan" Discussed on Everyday Zen Podcast

"Even though usually we don't have that feeling we do have it. We practice a long time. And maybe it's like quiet because now old right. Maybe it's quiet. But i think we actually do come to feel like that that it is a wondrous thing to be alive even with all the trouble. Maybe we see that you need all the trouble for this wonder to be possible. It is wonderful litter in the literal sense of the word. Wonderful to be alive in this absolutely perfect world. That is exactly made for us. It fits perfectly and we fit it perfectly. It is a wondrous thing really is unsurpassable wondrous and it is as though here says unfathomable did which is almost technical word meaning that it cannot be seen or heard or understood are conceptualized. And so you can't really describe it or talk about it and although here i am going on at length you're talking about it in explicatives duggan's It's a total failure. And i'm not talking about it and gains. Not talking about it. We're saying with our words that words don't touch it and then any experience that we could have of it would not be and yet as he writes. And i'll read in the second when we let it go. It feels our hands and when we opened our mouth to speak so in other words even though our words and gestures never describe it. Our every word in our every gesture is it..

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Michael K. Williams, Star of 'The Wire' and 'Lovecraft Country,' Dead at 54

NPR News Now

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

Michael K. Williams, Star of 'The Wire' and 'Lovecraft Country,' Dead at 54

"Actor. Michael k williams who start an hbo series like lovecraft country in the wire has died at age. Fifty four npr. Tv critic eric dagan says williams acceler plan characters who explored the challenges facing black men in society. He's nominated for an emmy this year playing closeted father on lovecraft country and he played one thousand nine hundred ninety s era gangster chalky white on boardwalk empire but williams may be best known as the robber of drug dealers omar little on the wire who told police he only mug people who were in the drug game. We don't get it twisted do some dirt too. But i ain't never put my gun on nobody who wasn't in the game. A man must have a code No doubt born in brooklyn. William started off appearing music videos before earning multiple emmy nominations playing tough black men smarter and savvier than the world expected. He was found dead in his brooklyn home. No cause of death has been announced. Eric duggan's npr

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"duggan" Discussed on Sky News Daily

Sky News Daily

07:52 min | 4 months ago

"duggan" Discussed on Sky News Daily

"Year long inquiry by the police complaints authority. A now full-scale judicial review. The loss of stephen lawrence will always be a tragedy his family whether his death shames the rest of us depends on how society loans from the poisonous hatred. That was spilled out here that night. Democracy report was published in one thousand nine hundred nine said. There was a failure of leadership and institutional racism in the metropolitan police. The macpherson report into stephen lawrence's murder suggests that britain's biggest police force has been seriously out of step for years in its dealings with the ethnic minorities. They make up twenty percent of london's population but only seven percent of the mets twenty six thousand offices but the family finally got some justice in two thousand twelve usually coming. This is really in just to confirm the just tearing here at sky center. Gary dobson david north. Both guilty of the murder of stephen lawrence gary johnson. Thirty six david norris thirty five more than eighteen years ago ms nineteen years ago. They've now been found guilty of the murder of stephen lawrence. Melton but despite that many say waste is still exist in policing today for you in nineteen ninety-three on the twenty second faithful. Your life changed forever and until this day for you. How much do you think. Britain has changed since the killing of your son. Britain has changed the way i would've liked it with changed we as a nation still. I'm faced prejudice. Somebody see you think because you're a black person We are opposite that we are a loving nation. We've been shula lots. We suffered a lot revered Are we try to live. The lives or life specifies. Prosperity can dmed murder of your son. What did that do to relations in this country. Do you think it opened people's eyes to racism the reality that they're all parts of society which in some ways it's racist because we were able to mount a campaign to let people realize the injustice that off appearance unwieldy as a as a nation in facing a lot of people who thought that we would go out there and start breaking up cars on knocking down people an underdog Kind of things on we show them that we can use. The laws of the country to fight was driver. You need to fight for. We've been fighting since nineteen ninety-three for toyota justice. So far we've only had some justice. They've said that they've closed case I'm concerned the death of my son. I will not stop until record me integrate whilst people were out protesting this year when tolkien about george floyd in the five for racial equality stephen low in his name was also being mentioned by people and he's case and he's tragic and brutal mud really did put to the full fund in people's minds the blatant whose reality of racism that sometimes forget. That's my family is not the first family that had to go through some of the things that we've gone to the items on the roy. Family also clouding all these people that were living in the same places can in greenwich dot. We lived in a gun. Show the term. I of losing their loved ones for me. It is more painful than somebody out of families because it was my first son. My first child was aged I started worrying about the fact that i had to run on. I didn't want to leave this world without somebody to carry on my father enhanced. So it's really important for me to try to raise my first time to continue to to continue to live life to the highway trying to live in for i. It was racism pure hatred. Why stephen lost his life. How do you see britain. Today i was opened the especially to do away with the law. The police that they would have used a democracy reports. Research was we which we did to try to make them better force onto treat people enough of fear in more just way unstop. First thing that come to your brain when above person especially young locks walking industry is that disbarred are disbursed criminal. I never were met. I report heller. Profound impact on british society talked about institutional racism and sort of highlight to the concerns that your family had about the reasons why you would deny justice up salutes again. I'm saying i was opened up the powers that would have taken this this Opportunity to use Themselves metaphors with unfortunate. That they have done that. I wanna read you a quote from john greaves. A former deputy assistant commissioner scotland yard and he was someone who introduced a lot of changes in response to your son's case and this is a quote which he said in an interview recent. He said that the case influenced governance of policing the way police are supervised the way complain to investigate it. It's influenced investigations. Family liaison liaison officers the first hour at the medicine. The independent advisors influence the leadership of policing we changed the whole layer of how leadership was trained to think as a direct result of sympathy. Evidence of mr and mrs lawrence gave to the inquiry in some ways. A lot of people who say you and your family have done a great deal in terms if improving race relations in this country. But you believe there still a long way to go. If john grievous stealing police force it would be to force because some of the things about the introduce the case when he was in charge was was brilliant if john greaves was entire of the case from the start i think we would have got just. It's really think we can look up a lot of racists and show the communities in london that we can that that we really do believe that this is important that the things that gave rise to Stevens murder the kinds of racist behavior That had gone on that. We can do much better with that and we have. We've doubled the number of people that we've arrested in the six months since august On a compatible six months year before a with arrested twice as many people seven hundred people racially motivated crime. We've doubled up justice. I mean why do you think it's it's still being denied. Union family still con- understand you know it takes so at once. We thought would never get any kind of justice. The reason why stephen was laid to rest in jamaica was because if you can send that he's grave would be vandalized by who raced just people who didn't like the fact that you were calling out institutions to being racist not only because a racist people because.

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"duggan" Discussed on Sky News Daily

Sky News Daily

08:00 min | 4 months ago

"duggan" Discussed on Sky News Daily

"Try and hold the phone in your hand. okay. I think that's okay i'm gonna hit record anyway. George lloyd story has been told by every news outlet all over the world. But i wanted to bring you something different. I'm going to tell you about the man. Through the eyes of his son quincy after several weeks of exchanging messages. We began our conversation on zoo. And this is all taking place whilst quincy was in the middle of moving houses now the quality of the audio on this isn't always great but listen very carefully to what he has to say. Quincy your dad. He was someone who you loved someone who you looked up to. But i imagine since losing him five months ago life has changed a lot for you know five months. Yeah i have nightmares sometimes about it sometime wife show wake me up out of my life may be saved my life because bobby so hot and sweaty as a bad dream like i don all the tv. What happened to him. I just had nightmares. When quincy spoke to me earlier this week. He told me that he can't stop watching the video. Over and over but auto. It's so heartbreaking to watch. It's the fact that it was caught on tape. It's one of the reasons that it's gained so much attention worldwide and the aftermath of his father's death they were packed memorial services being held across the united states including this one in minneapolis was like a general every day. He walks outside. It'd be line of people like just like when we came in wanting to greet him and wanted to have fun with him. What happened a fraud happens at bay in this country and education in health services and in every area of american life. It's time for us to stand up in georgia's name and say get me off our necks. Just want wanna talk about that sort of really emotional time for you and your family fills a usually a time when the reality hits you. Doesn't it that your loved one is gonna away and you'll never going to see them again in june when we're all watching. Tv's seeing you and your family all morning and you're paying tribute. What was that like for you. It's still like cheer me up. Just thinking about the thing about it but it's like a fish ran never giving back at the funeral you. You also went up to two coffin and you kissed. His forehead. didn't use well Just wanted to. I felt like here. Like when i looked at him. Like you're still breathing religiously as saying it's never goodbye. Always you know. I see later. Across america. there is a big issue at the moment with black communities in particular trusting the police. And that's something that you're going through as well. Yes sir. I say good bad. I just don't trust him anymore. Civil white is someone who knew. George floyd very well. They were in the same high school together and throughout the years and their adult life they maintained a close friendship in texas where he lives. He's now creating sporting projects remember and to honor. He's friends legacy. He always help. Other young men trying to get athletic opportunities. He always tried to steer them on a path to a college scholarship or a professional opportunity. Some way they could use sports to better their lives. So i'll always appreciate that from big lloyd and there's a lot of people that that was the same thing about him very extroverted gregarious. That you know had a joke and a smile and laugh and just very engaging you know. Gentle giant is really the operative description. Four policemen have been fired after the death of an unarmed black man in minneapolis which has caused large protests in a video of the instant. George floyd can be gasping for air as a police officer knelt on his neck. He died after being taken to hospital. And in the news. Of george floyd steph sparked the largest protests the in. Us history with people take into the streets in all fifty states. I look good evening. There's been an outpouring of anger and rage and more than thirty cities across the united states. The pro ministrations also spread across the world from rome paris brussels sydney madrid and even london. Just to name a few are remember. How much attention at that. Time and I don't want that attention to die. You know. I feel like everybody was so attentive. And so revved up at that moment. Justice has not been served for or mr george floyd just has justice has been served for many of the other victims of racial violence. So i just don't want that energy to die your keen for what happened to george floyd not to be just a moment or a hashtag moment you want it to be a movement a movement that's going to lead to some sort of change in america and also around the world. Yeah absolutely because these types of things are proven to be history repeating itself the only way to change that is to make a true in real change. People get caught up in the moment in have a lot of emotion channel responses but unless the emotional responses change the actual facts then nothing will change in some ways. The name george floyd. The mind himself has created a moment where everyone's looking at themselves in the mirror and everyone's asking themselves. Am i doing enough. Am i doing enough to ensure that. I am tackling discrimination. I am sitting back and allowing you know sort of people to be wasted so allowing things that are wrong to just go by and i think i'm not sure about you but i think that's what i'm witnessing. That's what i'm seeing. There are people who are more conscious of their surroundings. And what they're doing and how they're behaving as well think cats. A great assessment of had an quincy can bear witness. I've had such a diverse type of people reaching out to support what we're doing in order for real change to come about it. Needs that type of diversity. We need people from all walks of life having the same voice voicing same interest about justice and equality for all mankind. So and we're gonna need that to continue went last quincy. Hydro dad passed away. He would've been celebrating his forty seventh birthday today. How do you think he would have been celebrating. And is there anything that you want to say to him. Our say happy birthday. Love you plaza. let's turn up no duty. Do we got a party. His birthday family.

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"duggan" Discussed on Sky News Daily

Sky News Daily

02:29 min | 4 months ago

"duggan" Discussed on Sky News Daily

"Year old don elephantiasis mobile phone also captured it. George floyd lay on the pavement in minneapolis minnesota decide if he's face pressed against the ground he's knows leading. Police officer. does shaven melatonin nick. More than twenty times he shouts. I can't sleep at one point. He even calls. The he's mother bystanders can be heard asking the police to stop. But it took eight minutes and forty six seconds. Outdoor floyd to die. I can't breathe on the twenty second of april nineteen ninety-three at around ten pm. Eighteen year old. Stephen and his friend dwayne books where stood at a bus stop in southeast london. They could see a group of five white boys walking together. The group cost vote approaching the pair. One hit stephen on the head with a wooden bat and other stabbed him multiple times in the neck with a ten inch knife. He later bled to death when the police arrived. They threatened to handcuffed away for being hysterical. Another officer later asked if he stephen had criminal records. This was the murder of stephen lawrence. Two deaths two countries twenty seven years apart how the killing of two men will people to defeat in demand for change. Welcome to sky news daily. Podcast with me phillips. Thanks for joining us. As we examined the story behind headline today's episode. I will not stop until put great. We look into how the death of stephen loans uncovered failings in the police in the ninety s. Which witching ignorant saltmarsh stereotypical behavior which they concluded amounted to institutional racism. How much fervor have we got. Today i don't find that so term institutional racism useful one phone my service recognize it. We've been completely transformed in the last two years and we also learn more about george floyd from does that knew him best. Floyd was a guy that.

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"duggan" Discussed on Sky News Daily

Sky News Daily

03:02 min | 4 months ago

"duggan" Discussed on Sky News Daily

"It was around six. Pm on the fourth of august two thousand eleven and operation trident her attempting to carry out an arrest their unit the deal with gun crime in african and caribbean communities made up of specialist firearms officers. They're driving down ferry lane. Fairly busy road in tottenham in northeast london eleven of them in three separate cars. The cars speed up to surround a minicab boxing it in and forcing it to stop the offices guetta circling the vehicle holding their firearms. The passenger a twenty nine year old man called mark duggan pushed the send button on a tax saying trident have jammed me and open the sliding door of the vehicle getting out an officer known as the fifty three five two shot him once through the bicep. And what's through the chest afterwards. Re fifty three said. He thought that he saw a gun in his hand. Two days later around three hundred people gathered outside the steps of cotton that have been underway to about three hundred people marching on the police station. It follows the shooting this week off man in that area that carrying banners that say justice vermont dug in that case then two police cars et cetera play. The situation has escalated into a much more serious situation the next day. Violence erupts and spreads among them burning. And no one seems able to bring it under control shops. A satellite petrol bombs thrown despicable. It spreads to other areas of london. Then cities unrest begins. Manchester nottingham bristol and birmingham. Sky is trey. The prime minister criticizes the sickening scenes of violence spreading across london and around the cup train. People should be in no doubt that we will do everything. Necessary to restore order to britain streets and to make them safe for the law abiding. Let inquests into the legality of the shooting of mark. Duggan continued for years. It wasn't just the killing offense that were the causes these riots. It was a range of social issues and disputes. That were ignited by these two shots. But.

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Detroit mayor: HGTV's Curtis was 'scammed' in house deal

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:31 sec | 8 months ago

Detroit mayor: HGTV's Curtis was 'scammed' in house deal

"Detroit mayor. Mike duggan says the star of hgtv's rehab addict rescue was apparently scam when she bought a blighted home from someone who wasn't the owner. Coal curtis paid seventeen thousand dollars for the home and twenty seventeen and she says she spent sixty thousand on repairs and other costs so far. But the home is owned by the city's landbank authority curtis filed a lawsuit last week after the landbank. Put the home on the market. She says it would be wrong for the landbank to benefit from her investment. The mayor says that he hopes a deal can be worked

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"duggan" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

04:03 min | 9 months ago

"duggan" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"I got a couple more questions before we let him go. We'll be back after these messages. Welcome back to noko now. This quarter presented by shields in johnstown employee owned company with one goal to be the best retailer in the eyes of the customer associates. Business partners gear passion sports that shields and noko welcome back. And if you're just tuning in and doug and are filling in for tanner swint today around certain of the rest of the week. But if we're here we're here. David we're sitting live in studio with brady home the whole show Had a great interview in the third quarter. Were just going to finish with two questions. Brady welcome back. Your show is about sports. You talk a lot about college. Teams have had three week layoffs pause whatever they wanna call under quarantine. How hard is it to keep momentum and talk about entertaining stuff when you've got teams literally the offer twenty five days and it's tough. I'll tell you what it was harder in july who before the rockies got going brutal. We were doing movie reviews. It was so boring. We were reviewing movies friday night. We reviewed dumb and dumber. It's good show. Good your full review like it's brand new movies weren't new. Nobody know movies were coming out. Sports wasn't happening. So we just heard review like tombstone and dumb and dumber and whatever movies we could find so july was harder this time around with the with the shutdowns with unc nc issue. We were still able to talk other things that were going on So that was that was at least the luxury their rockies of course made news with nolan are not oh. The nuggets were role and then the ongoing to shawn watson. Von miller broncos stuff does keep going for a while but yeah it gets frustrating for these teams. Because you do you build the story lines up and then. Suddenly you go tim near a month without a basketball game with always joke with coach smiley with you and see feels like you guys were just done. And then you're just restarting your season and behind a month pause are a group of seniors and stuff that this is our last hurrah. Yeah i feel bad when you. I feel bad for the kids because i don't care if they're six foot seven two hundred and eighty pound post player. There's still kids. And this is their last shot. while they're only sophomores. Signed up for a four year. Deal to commit your whole life. You're only been able to play two and a half out of four years. That's tough yeah is great as we talk about. Unc's boaty hume. He's only played in one conference tournament his freshman year. Raise you up. This year will be his second one and it feels like he's already been with the program while because last year was longest year ever even though it was short with no conference tournament. And he's a kid that has aspirations and realistically so at the big time level. Sure so does it. Gonzaga run the table. Probably but i think like we're talking about the break it's like doesn't this feel like this is the year that's most pepys wide open. You just go with the logo. Best logo and away you go. It is yeah -freshing to see the big dogs at the top. Not doing well though. It's weird yeah. I mean they always say in baseball if the yankees and the red sox aren't good it's not a season because everybody loves to hate him and that's the energy and the passion if the top teams do that kentucky michigan state..

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"duggan" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

03:09 min | 9 months ago

"duggan" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"So you know oil. Just let's go ahead and just win that while rat it. But there's no pressure there. This is kinda pull opposite of last year's buffs team. They were really good. They got in the top sixteen and then they lost their last five games of the season. They were one of the loan conferences to play the first round of their conference and then everything got shut down. They lost they lost to washington. State now bracket colleges thought well. They're still getting in but they let the last five in a row this year. They they're getting into the tournament winning their last four games and hooding beating usc and ucla. So yeah they're already in our guy. The voice of the buffs mark johnson always says this is the golden age of buffs basketball because mckinley. Right you're never going to see a player like this guy. I mean he's he's going to down as one of the greatest and maybe under appreciated in some ways i. It depends if they can do something this year. Maybe the appreciation level goes up for mckinley. Right why homing unc. Yeah great coach. Is they're building. You're all you're only as good as your players. They're recruiting is coming. Talk about those two programs. Either one would have to win out in the mount last to get in. Yeah remember last year. Wyoming without jeff lender only went on that massive run. They knocked out a you in that first round. Who kinda shocked everybody. Then they made it to the semi-finals in the mountain west conference so it was kind of surprising. There jeff lender. I love this guy. I think he's tremendous I don't know that they get you know. They got san jose state. Yeah maybe they win that then. Whoever goes up against san diego state. Good luck i will throw this and jeff's boy i think is a seventh grader. Kids a flat out good or is it goes at power to play. They show up. He just understand the game as most college coaches kids do. Because they're they're from the moment they're born there in his you. Yeah it's just an i. I really want laramie and i want greeley. Unc and university of w to be great because now it makes a four headed monster. Passion for northern colorado and wyoming supporters. Live all amongst us is massive northern colorado. That's part of why your show has become so successful the followers. Yeah we like to talk about all. I don't get to wyoming as much as i should. But we certainly get coach lender on the program or connection with you and see but yeah we try to cover that will hit gets broncos and all that stuff but yes we try to really make sure that we're focusing in on these basketball teams. Because i tell you basketball and you know this morning i do bask in this area can be something special. Can we just all have to start buying yup yup and it does start a lot of times with the college basketball scene if those teams are tremendous. And you're cnc issue unc. Wyoming the buffs. They're constantly talking about march madness every single year. Then you're gonna start growing that reputation. And i've always said this it doesn't have to be a bronco state you can share this bad boy. Yeah and i'll tell you High school basketball. Come into four and five david. I think we got a hard break at the bottom of the quarter right. Do okay. so we're gonna roll. But we like to keep brady. Because i got two more questions asked from leaning into the third quarter we concern..

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Detroit Mayor Duggan doubles down on not wanting J&J vaccine for 'foreseeable future'

C-SPAN Programming

01:20 min | 9 months ago

Detroit Mayor Duggan doubles down on not wanting J&J vaccine for 'foreseeable future'

"Appear to walk back comments he made this week after turning down doses of Johnson and Johnson. Covert 19 vaccine have to push back from public health experts. This is what Mayor Duggan said on Thursday. Johnson and Johnson is a very good vaccine. Madonna and Fizer are the best and I am going to do everything I can to make sure the residents of the city to try to get the best on so as you know, I went to the White House got a commitment for 15,000 week of a modern adviser. We've been enlarging it. And this week we've got 29,000, Madonna and Fizer vaccine 17001st doses. 12002nd doses. Those majority Fizer vaccines will cover every single Detroiter looking for a shot next week. I expect us to have between 25 30,000 more majority and fires of vaccines and again, I believe we will have a majority. If ISA vaccine for every Detroit who wants one. The day may come when we have more Detroiters asking for vaccines. We have identifies her. In which case we'll set up a Johnson and Johnson site, But I have say for the foreseeable future, I feel confident that we will have a majority advisor vaccine for every Detroiter who wants to get vaccinated Detroit Mayor

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Mastering Search Intent with Brendan Hufford

Agency Ahead by Traject

06:17 min | 10 months ago

Mastering Search Intent with Brendan Hufford

"Today. I'm really excited. Talking to one of my favorite people. Brennan suffered brendan is created. This really cool kind of ongoing education center called. Seo for the rest of us. He has a podcast. He's all about helping people you know. Create great content that does rank for search We're gonna talk about search. Thank you for joining me brendan. Yeah thanks so much for having me. I really appreciate and be fun. Also i'm i love chatting with you online. We had a few times before. I'll dive right in today. We're gonna talk about in ten. And it's something i know you think a lot about just high level. How do you. Kind of approach modern Intent when it comes to creating content. Yeah so my background is as an educator. Because at eighteen years old i was alive. The for some reason decided. I was allowed to decide what i want to do with my life and i decided to be a teacher and then did that for ten years so a lot of my teaching and thinking about seo is not just like what is right. But like how do i teach this so search intent very often is talked about in a way that is certainly intentive a user is informational navigational transactional or commercial right. They want one of those four things. And i don't think that's wrong but i started to feel like that's not helpful because it doesn't actually inform what you do right if it's like well this is an informational search. Okay so i just put information. And that's how i rank like probably don't like if it's a navigation search from googling like how to get somewhere sure like maybe a long form blog posts like this isn't the day like if you're one of the olds like me you remember like printing out mapquest and stuff like that was the thing. But we don't need that like an informational. Post is not gonna work there or if you google something and a lot of people are buying stuff. It's a lot of products like they probably don't want long blog post however it just tells you what goes there and not the how or as marketers what the heck to put on the page. So i did some homework. And i was like where did you know i want to know before i like. Poo poo something on twitter. And give my hot take where this come from. And i dug and duggan you know you have to the the link chasing in stuff is just like this person cited this person who said that this person crap. It's back to the first person you end up with thirty tabs. What i found was our model in twenty twenty one for search intent comes from me two thousand seven blog post from rand fish skin not wrong. He's brilliant because what he said in two thousand seven for context in two thousand seven. That was the year that like leave britney alone and chocolate rain popular out through so we can have. Yeah you just happened to the real way back machine and like but he's not wrong. It's brilliant because he's still correct right. That is still part of the intent. But i thought to myself part of seo for the rest of us. How do we make this more accessible. How do we give people something they can. Actually use will all right. We have to figure out if something is commercial or transactional or whatever like. I can't really help you if you're trying to drive somewhere like that's not what i'm doing in my marketing. That might be part of it if you're like a local business or something but for me the really like the informational or the transactional commercial came down. Like what the heck do we put on. The page is introduced to a really cool model for copyrighting by my buddy joel key from business casual copywriting. He also runs case. Study buddy now. That came from eugene schwartz in his book breakthrough advertising the kind of walks. It just walks through like levels of awareness. Now it's meant for ads right depending on what level of product or service awareness there at what they're searching. You can kind of figure out what needs to go on the page. What do they need to move. Not to the next step nazi-like book damn o or whatever but like just to the next piece of the puzzle and that's been really really helpful if you if you want. I can kind of get into a little bit of that one thing. I'm really interested for his is. There's a lot of kind of maybe. It's the controversy but but people talk about the idea of on the one hand you have. Seo's who just tried to mimic what the top ten pieces of content are that rank on page one. And doing exactly that in. That's how you're going rank and then there are other folks who say we'll just do better by you don't know if that's necessarily going to become visible for what you're trying to rank for. So what do you say to those people in how they approach creating content for you know. Can we trust google that they're actually going to surface the right content. So this is like i said something. I remember saying something the other day of like. I'm pretty sure that the quality of the top ten like the reading the top ten results quality of content is not a ranking factor anymore. It's i just. I i was reading stuff. And maybe it's because i was reading about marketing things. Half of them were unintelligible. There was no narrative to take you through you could tell each of the sections was based on like a people also ask or whatever and it was just like literally like imagine you know. You're you think you're sitting down like a ten course meal and somebody they're just throwing random food at you the whole time like here's your salad and now here's desert and then there here's a pizza and then like a piece of chicken and you're like what the there's nothing that makes this flow. There's no s- craft of writing here. It might as well be written by a robot pains me because these are humans that are spending their lives doing this. And they think they're doing a good job because they got the traffic and the conversions and blah blah blah. I think first of all. I empathize at the human writers. Who are writing these things like that must suck for you to write to just spew out this stuff all day and be on on the content marketer writer and that's what i do commodity kind of content so i would love for it to be better to encourage people to do better work. We can elevate the craft of writing that would be

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"duggan" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

03:11 min | 11 months ago

"duggan" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"This coming sunday. We have ten races Midnight postimees photon nine hundred. Seventy seven on the turk three on the all weather stake races but a class one handicap. The twin many of them three million dollars hong kong kerr's which is clear point thousand. Us dollars for a solid race. That's not the degree and that raise cannot kind of strange when you look at it. There's only seven in the race but the one artist kingshill but highway one hundred thirty three pounds the next highway one hundred twenty one so we got two hundred nine related works and then it drops down the ninety seven kingshill has means class edge in that field. I'm sure he'll be savored with dot cotton and cranky more and they're gonna go sixteen sixty two time basically a two mile shot ten. And that's on the all weather also Horse i like couple of. I liked the sunday race. Four crown avenue now. This is an all weather race. And when i do my data hard spun the. Us shows up constantly and move all why the rights of the extremely well round avenue is a sign of hard spiny one. Four times on the all weather he was a good even third last time out going The two tons of some sixteen thirteen right back again. Antoine hamlin then yet has all the right ingredients. Stores posted a math that bad in a field of fourteen and he has enough pay per se in the half of the first half of the field so race for them and seven crown avenue a little siren although would hard spun. Rain seven Number four metro warrior. David hayes horse Who gets jerry child. Jerry child continues to ride extremely well. He's still getting seven pound apprentice allowance. Which is just a big big issue. That's one had been kinda paula drawn. His last couple starts so drop some way he gets a little bit better drawn going nine from the nine thousand meters so that's not really relevant on the fact that it's probably a positive being closer to the outer rail stand side saw metro warriors. David hayes does have some speed not not breakneck speed. But i think he'll be upper involved early and i think what the apprentice allowance. That'll be enough to get him home. And seven four metro warrior and then rates. Ten is a class twee gone. Fourteen hundred meters and number eight calming excellent. Joe moreira tony crews. They're always super combination over there and Judge writing regularly has a win to that the last.

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"duggan" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:07 min | 11 months ago

"duggan" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Spot today as the meat resumes. David good morning happy new year. Yup good morning steve. Good morning to you your all your listeners as well Catching up to do. But today's the day stay well and give everybody a. I'm sure there's plenty of people to thank and and You know the appreciations In terms of working with the with the local health officials and You know catch us up a little bit. I mean basically you know was reporting via steve anderson and and You know the media coverage but Let everybody know what it's been like These last ninety days Very very difficult steve. There's no way to recall. It's was very disheartening. When when when this virus made its appearance We had a pretty trouble-free runs from march all the way through to november We had very very strong protocols in place and and behold that in the first week in november also has been very well documented This virus It it's It's a filthy rotten things. It doesn't make itself known doesn't introduce itself. It doesn't discriminate and It moves pretty quickly We were lucky that we had some very good Advice from medical professionals from our own. Dr david tail. Who's always there on race days on. Who's a meeting and indy meteorologist. barkley public health. Division were Very very helpful Alameda county health department. Were very helpful as well and through a series of movements. If you like steve..

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The History Of Kayfabe

Everything Everywhere Daily

05:11 min | 11 months ago

The History Of Kayfabe

"Earned. Modern professional wrestling began back in the early twentieth century. When carnivals would put on catch wrestling exhibitions this was real wrestling. The competitors were actually wrestling with each other and there would be prize money to the winner. The wrestlers would often competing against locals. Who would win a prize. If they could defeat the carnival strongman so they really did have to know how to wrestle and fight. Unfortunately many of the competitive matches were really boring the bouts rough and nothing more than wrestling holds. Which could last for over an hour watching grown men grab each other for. That long really wasn't that entertaining. The whole point of carnival wrestling wasn't terrestrial it was to make money. Eventually the promoters figure out they could sell more tickets if they made the matches more interesting and that is how started the word k. Fame but self comes from kearney. Talk which is a pig. Latin type of language which was spoken by carnival workers k. Fehb just means fake. As the carnivals began predetermining the winners of fights it was a shortstop to adopting the tropes which were used in all good dramas good versus evil heroic comebacks treachery and betrayal. All of those became part of professional wrestling in order to put on a better show and sell tickets. However at no point did they ever say that the performance was predetermined people had to think they were watching illegitimate competition. So a bad guy and a good guy couldn't be seen together before or after a show the head to commit to their characters all the time. This is the primary difference that separates k. fehb from acting actors perform role and. Everyone knows that they're watching performance in k. Fehb the performer is living the role even when they're not performing and they're trying to convince the audience that israel for decades keeping cafe was the single biggest rule in professional wrestling. It was the wrestling equivalent to magicians not. Divulging the secrets. The primary care mechanism was having baby faces which were the good guys in heels which were the bad guys. The bad guys had to be bad guys all the time. If they were asked for autographs by fans at an airport they would often refuse to sign an insult. The fans just to keep k fehb when wrestlers travelled between cities heels and faces would often have to travel in separate cars and stay in different rooms. Just to keep k fehb. They would even have different locker rooms backstage. Occasionally they would screw up. Wrestlers would get in big trouble if they broke k. Fehb in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven. The iron sheik. Who was a heel was traveling with. Hacksaw jim duggan. Who has a face. They were both pulled over and arrested for possession of marijuana and cocaine when the arrests made the news to cause controversy. Because these two guys were supposed to be enemies yet. They were traveling with each other on rare occasions. A wrestler may go off script and try to really injure another performer. Any sort of predetermined match or storyline is called a work in wrestling circles. And something which is real or off script is called a shoot in two thousand and four for example. The wwe was running a reality show where the contestants compete to become professional wrestlers. One of the contestants was daniel putter. Who is a real life. Mma fighter on an episode of monday night raw wrestler. Kurt angle issued a challenge for one of the contestants to come out and fight him. According to the script putter was supposed to come out and quickly lose however he decided to actually fight for real on live. Tv when angle wasn't expecting it. Putter tried to put england submission hold instead of losing however kurt angle is a real life olympic gold medalist in amateur wrestling and would have none of it. Technically fehb died in professional wrestling in nineteen eighty nine. When vince mcmahon the owner of the then. Wwf testified before the new jersey state legislature that wrestling was scripted in the matches predetermined this was done in order to avoid being taxed and regulated. Like a real sport today in professional wrestling cave is pretty much dead the. Wwe hosts our own documentaries where wrestlers talked out of character and will often break cafe within their own shows however as cafe has died in professional wrestling it seemingly has taken off in other parts of our culture one of the best examples would be mohammed ali yes that mohammed ali to be sure. All of his boxing matches were real and he was one of the greatest boxers in history however the persona. he created of the arrogant loud rhyming. Fighter was total k. fehb he recalled in a nineteen sixty nine associated press interview about a chance encounter with professional wrestler gorgeous george in nineteen sixty one in las vegas. He said quote. I got it from seeing gorgeous. George russell in las vegas. I saw his aides spraying deodorant and opponents corner to contain the smell. I also saw thirteen thousand full seats. I talked with gorgeous for about five minutes after the match and started being a big mouth and a brighter. He told me people would come to see me. Get beat others would come to see me. When i'd get coming and going and quote alley began creating poems about how pretty was and how ugly. His opponents were his interviews with sportscasters. Like howard cosell. Legendary gorgeous georgia's prediction was absolutely true. Love him or hate him. You couldn't ignore. mohammed. Ali

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"duggan" Discussed on Travel Unraveled

Travel Unraveled

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"duggan" Discussed on Travel Unraveled

"Grow somewhere. Like that is very important to the growth in the rates of that are very important. That's not exactly. The same kind of drama her getting from how to make a murderer or whatever it was called How do you get away with murder? Yeah. Now I. I often in my life and told that I should watch that. So I've become a better lawyer not by other lawyers. Or your thank you for telling me how to do my job. All right last question and I was clearly put up to this but. What is it that you miss the most about Tara. Her last come on how can it be anything designed for laugh but how could you limit it to just one earned laugh hurry. THEM KEEP in mind. She's probably listening I. Don't know if she's made it all the way through the podcast. But when this is live, this is this is giving her all the fields right now. We should do it another podcast about how great Tyrez. In how much she looks like Tarsus here, talk about a sidebar if it doesn't know I will say my final thought and then I'll give one to Patrick when we went to the Philippines, there are these wonderful creatures called the Tar sear, look it up if you don't know of them. They're like kind of like Bush babies giant is and they're really really small like the size of a lime or something and. They're only on this one island I think right of the whole. His beautiful creatures and unfortunately like so many endangered species, people trying domesticate them and. Ruins them and drives them to suicide actually. But. They're adorable adorable little creatures and if you're looking for a smile, just google searched arsia right now. Patrick Thank you so much for joining me on the PODCAST. Do you have any final thoughts just about your work as? You now a environmental lawyer, but just an environmental advocate in life. And a travel susie white. What is it about seeing the globe and experiencing places and and protecting the planet that that inspires you and what do you have to say to others that are equally inspired? I there's a few things one what I really love is to be able to sit in front of a computer in front of another man with such a beautiful mustache ins- just you know I it's it's not something that you get to do every day and I feel like if I hadn't traveled as much as I have, I wouldn't have been invited on this podcast and therefore I would not have been able to see the current. FIT Like I'm not trying on a mustache but I got it like Jews grew this way. You're really crushing it. So they have a clear like Mason Dixon line in the middle though that's my only weakness. But that's what so perfect it. Perfect it's like you put no effort into that. You know and it just works. Appreciate that buddy. No problem. That's my final thought. well as it should be. Thank you so much to my guest Mr Patrick Duggan and thank you for listening and this has been travel unraveled by..

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Jets have presumptive positive COVID-19 test

Mac and Gaydos

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Jets have presumptive positive COVID-19 test

"As of right now, the Arizona Cardinals are planning to play the New York Jets on Sunday on the road, but that could soon change thanks to a presumptive positive Corona virus test by a Jets player. It was we don't know which Jess player Wass and we don't know yet the results of that players second test really, we can do other than prepare has needed like everything else in 2020. We will prepare as more moments to justice as so a lot of moving parts, but we'll be ready for whatever's out of those Cardinals general manager Kym, You told Duggan Wolf with 98 7 FM Arizona Sports station Little earlier today that as of now the team is planning to fly out to New York this afternoon for Sunday's

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New York Jets vs Arizona Cardinals game in jeopardy after presumptive positive test Friday, ahead of  game

Dave Ramsey

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

New York Jets vs Arizona Cardinals game in jeopardy after presumptive positive test Friday, ahead of game

"Cardinals game at the New York Jets may be in jeopardy after a presumptive positive test by a Jets player evolving in real time, Cardinals general manager Steve Time told Duggan Wolf with 98 7 FM Arizona Sports station This morning they're still planning to play all plans of the same until someone tells us to change the flowers today. Either the next two days playing on Sunday. Now we don't know which Jets player had that presumptive positive test. But he has taken a second one and results are expected at some point today. If they play the game will kick off at 10 A.m.. Sunday. Jeremy

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"duggan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"duggan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Wrong in Duggan. The pandemic has caused yet another problem. Increased alcohol tolerance. I'm attorney Darren Kavinoky from 1 800 No cuffs. Let's get riel some of you on the zoom meetings or his drunkest Spring breakers. Yes, It is always five PM somewhere in the world, says Joan from accounting. But if you've got to get out there for an adult beverage know that law enforcement's out there too. So put 100. No cuffs on speed dial since no one looks good in handcuffs unless you're into that sort of thing. 1 800 no cuffs 187 setting an easy looking a vacation voucher. Also accepting boats, motorcycles, RVs and real estate donations. Sometimes you take a vacation. Yeah, out, and the happiest part is when you get back home home, sweet home. People are putting time and energy and money into their homes. Right now there's no better place to put it. And as a result of all that effort Yes. A lot of junk needs to disappear. Oh, I want the answer to this one. Okay. Call When I've 100 got junk way Make joke disappear. You have to do is point yard jump addict, junk junk garage. Junk storage shed jumped even under the best junk. All you have to do is point your house is going to love.

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Mountains And Rivers

Secular Buddhism

04:38 min | 1 year ago

Mountains And Rivers

"So the mountains and rivers, Sutra this is a teaching that was written by Duggan Dougan was he lived in Japan and the twelve hundred. He's the founder of the Soto Zen School of Buddhism is the largest of the three major forms of Zen Buddhism, and he founded a monastery in the mountains. And for Togan, the practice of sitting meditation and the experience of Enlightenment were essentially one in the same so knowing. Path that leads to enlightenment is enlightenment is a very simple in a very profound teaching for me, and in the mountains and rivers, Sutra teaching after a long teaching about mountains and about water, Duggan teaches that in the end, mountains are just mountains and water water are just waters, but I think in that in that statement, it's very simple and very profound, and I wanted to share some of my thoughts about this, so there's a book. called pointing at the Moon and the author j Garfield and Graham Priest. And in chapter, six of the book at opens up with the statement that goes like this says before I studied Zen mountains were mountains and water was water after studying zen for some time, mountains were no longer mountains and water was no longer water, but now after studying zen longer mountains are mountains and water has just water. And this is an expression that has stuck with me. Since I heard it several years ago and fact, I'm pretty sure I've mentioned this in the podcast before, but the expression or the concept of the idea that mountains mountains water is water, and then mountains aren't just mountains and waters, not just water, and then after even more time mountains, argest mountains and water water is an expression that that really resonates in the and I WANNA share a couple of reasons why? doggone taught that. When we know something intimately is ceases to exist, and so do we. And he alludes to a concept in this in the Sutra that really. Speaks to me, he says in the in the teaching. He says waters freedom depends only on water. Now the first time I heard that I thought well. What does that mean waters? Freedom depends only on water well. If we think about this, the are what we perceive. Always depends on us as the as the one doing the perceiving. and this is this is something that echoes in a lot of Buddhist teachings is that? What I perceive has more to do with how I perceive than what the thing is that I'm perceiving now water again as the example when we perceive water, it gets attached to a story that has meaning for example, a farmer praying for rain. proceeds water once it starts to rain and might think okay. I'm being blessed I needed this rain and meanwhile another farmer. WHO's trying to dry out there? Hey might be praying for the rain to stop or for their Tanabe rain, and when he perceives, the water sees the rain may be thinking Oh I'm you know I'm I'm being cursed or I am trying to think of the word. That's the equivalent of curse, but not quite that strong. Maybe I'm being. I did something wrong and that's why it's raining on me. Or again a storm or I guess in any anything that we perceive can be or will be interpreted through the lens of us as the one doing the perceiving so in this expression that waters freedom depends only on water to me is to say that water is free to just be what it is when when it allows itself to just be what it is, it depends only on itself, so this expression is quite profound to me when I think of it in the in the context of myself, my freedom depends only on myself now that's a concept and a teaching that's certainly echoed and a lot of Buddhist teachings, or to say your freedom depends only on you. So for me, this is this is a very powerful thing. I think perhaps the mountains and rivers. Sutra is not about mountains and rivers at all, but perhaps the mountains and rivers themselves are a teaching.

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Mountains And Rivers

Secular Buddhism

05:31 min | 1 year ago

Mountains And Rivers

"In the last podcast episode, I shared a poem called only this, and this is by Req-, and the poem goes like this. I you heat the water, then you make the tea, then you drink it properly. That is all you need to know. And that's the poem and I wanted to share some of the thoughts that were discussed in the online community forum on patron just to expand a little bit on the idea. That shared in this poem so the first one comes from Morella is the Cohen makes me think about how difficult it is to relax in the present moment, and just be or do one thing at a time the way the poem lists the actions makes me think about multitasking or are failed attempts at it since it's not actually possible to multitask, it also reminds me of technology. Technology Hans Story in his Book Living Buddha Living Christ when the Buddha asked sir. What do you and your amongst practice? He replied. We sit. We walk and we eat. The questioner continued, but Sir everyone sits walks and eats and the. Buddha replied when we sit. We know we are sitting when we walk. We know we are walking when we eat. We know we are eating. Those are some thoughts from Morella and Sophie goes on to say it immediately makes me think of wholehearted presence and the need to only ever do what we're doing. In the present moment so often we jump ahead and live in the future or dwell on the past, but really all we need to know is what we are experiencing moment to moment because that's all there ever is also when we do each thing with intention, we don't rush. Life becomes poetic, even something as simple as making a cup of tea can become art. And I liked sophie's thoughts here. especially this comment that life can become poetic, and the something as simple as making a cup of tea can become art. That's a that's a fun way of thinking about this Mike says the poem feels peaceful to me a feel like the feeling of a Warm Cup of tea in my hands. an says I like the feeling of a Warm Cup of tea, and my hands I enjoy blowing on it, and feeling the warmth coming off of it I love just waiting for it to cool down and having a friendly conversation with a loved one. This poem reminds me of all those things without even mentioning most of them, and it makes me feel peaceful. I, quite like it. Close quote. So these are some of the thoughts that were shared regarding this poem that I left in place of a Cohen and when I think about this poem. Only this I really liked the simplicity of it. You know it talks about it alludes to interdependence the nature of interdependence that things have causes and conditions before arriving at the moment of drinking tea. You have to make it and in order to make it. You have to heat the water. Water and I love that ends with the that is all you need to know for me, this is this is a poem that invites me to think of the interdependent nature of things. And what are the steps required to arrive at the Whatever the final thing is that I'm trying to do in this case enjoying drinking the cup of tea now. Of course you could read into this quite quite a bit because in Japanese culture. Drinking tea is a big thing, right? There's there's even the tea ceremony so I do think there's something to read into this line when he says then you drink it properly. What does that mean to drink the tea properly well? I don't know I'm not an expert on that, but for me. This poem is is quite simple and quite profound, which leads me till the topic. Topic that I wanted to talk about in the podcast episode for this week, so the mountains and rivers, Sutra this is a teaching that was written by Duggan Dougan was he lived in Japan and the twelve hundred. He's the founder of the Soto Zen School of Buddhism is the largest of the three major forms of Zen Buddhism, and he founded a monastery in the mountains. And for Togan, the practice of sitting meditation and the experience of Enlightenment were essentially one in the same so knowing. Path that leads to enlightenment is enlightenment is a very simple in a very profound teaching for me, and in the mountains and rivers, Sutra teaching after a long teaching about mountains and about water, Duggan teaches that in the end, mountains are just mountains and water water are just waters, but I think in that in that statement, it's very simple and very profound, and I wanted to share some of my thoughts about this, so there's a book. called pointing at the Moon and the author j Garfield and Graham Priest. And in chapter, six of the book at opens up with the statement that goes like this says before I studied Zen mountains were mountains and water was water after studying zen for some time, mountains were no longer mountains and water was no longer water, but now after studying zen longer mountains are mountains and water has just water.

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Media, power, and political communication

Pat McDonough

04:16 min | 1 year ago

Media, power, and political communication

"Let's talk about the media yeah the media is a powerful Trojan horse seven mereka if it's not a and I mean they have attacked president trump relentlessly yeah and the problem we have is we have fox okay yeah now fox is okay but Rupert Murdoch is ninety years old right and his two sons are liberals okay we have newsmax rage has been growing and that's a good thing yeah we have one America right which is a good thing but these are national programs they don't get into Vince's crab house they don't get in the fells point being close they don't get into those things go and they don't get into helping our people who need help to fight against the beast and as you pointed out the Baltimore sun doesn't report on any of these issues involving her son is one of them yeah right exactly the Baltimore sun is part of the super shadow government yeah they protect them yeah people say that the media has fallen in the tank for the left they fell in the tank for the Obama no the media never found the check for anybody the media are leaders in this offensive they are legally are part of the natural America they were and and they were targeted specifically for that purpose because of the vast influence they have they were targeted for subversion and infiltration by the Soviet Union in the nineteen thirties and we could go on for hours about how that happened and who infiltrated but just for example one person remember Edward R. Murrow of CBS Edward R. Murrow is one of the people primarily responsible for bringing communist it's two Columbia teachers college to begin inserting all of these destructive America narratives into our universities he was responsible for bringing those people over and he worked with a guy named Laurence Duggan whose son was an actual Soviet agent and he was friends with his son and he became a news anchor for CBS that's just one example there are many many trusted a man in America yeah right right he he gave the Vietnam War at eight a story that was a hundred and eighty degrees from what the truth was riled tell your doctor about with Walter Cronkite yeah that young people don't know who has what we member we only had three major networks in this country now I can tell you let me say some about yeah because the networks are required by FCC regulation as part of their contract to provide unbiased news nobody has ever called him that if I were in a position to do so I would pull their FCC licenses tomorrow and tell them that they better straighten out their newsrooms and start reporting what's going on because they should be challenged in the courts right absolutely be challenged because they have been really but they have such power and such influence and Americans have to get a constitutional public there operates through elections has to be given the facts at what's happened instead is they've been given the left narrative for sixty eighty years in World War two The New York Times was engaged in treason it was exposing things mark Levin's book yeah I mean it's just stunning it's stunning when CNN first started Ted Turner used to go on a show and he would bring some five Soviet KGB agents on the show with him had a first among them was Georgy Arbatov who is the head of member for US and Canada old KGB agent they would talk down president Reagan they would just sit there and terror attacks president right that was C. N. N. the communist news

Shilou's Shortcomings

Everyday Zen Podcast

05:02 min | 1 year ago

Shilou's Shortcomings

"Morning everybody. Nice to see you all and I can see many of you. Very sweet. Today. I have another story for you from. duggan's three hundred stories. This is story number fifty? Sure lows shortcomings. Shirlow was asked by a monastic. I don't know the original nature yet. Master, please show me. By skillful means. And she said. I. Don't have ear lobes. Meaning I can't hear you. What what did you say? I don't know? I'm not hearing you. And the monastic said. I know I have shortcomings. Shirlow said Well this old monastic has faults, too. And the monastic said, what are your faults? And shirlow said my faults lie in your shortcomings. The monastic bowed. And shirlow hit him. What a great story right! It reminds me of what I hear. People so often say. I feel so helpless. I feel so bad. There's so much wrong. With me or there's so much wrong in the world. And I feel complicit. I feel so privileged. I tried to do what I can, but it's never enough for I'm never enough or I'm such a mess or maybe I have no idea what to do. Can You please help me? What should I do? Well. The world has always been a rough place. I don't think. You can find a moment in history where there was fairness and justice for all. So so, where did we ever get the idea? that it ought to be different now. We should be realistic and have a little historical. Perspective. This is the world. This is us. This is what we do. This is what we have always done. This is maybe we will always do this is. The world. And yet. And Yet We have another idea, don't we? It's so beautiful. that. We have another idea despite this, we have a different idea. We have the idea that the world could be. A better place, even a good place. We have the idea despite. All the odds. That there could be. Somehow, justice and peace in this world. WHAT AN AMAZING IDEA! Where did we ever get? Such a crazy idea. Is it just like some big delusion. Maybe, maybe it's a big delusion. But I think it's our delusion, and we come by it quite honestly. Just as we know that we human beings are always going to be subject to greed, hate and delusion. That's in us. That's actually built into what we are as an organism. That's built into the way our mind and bodies work. So also. It is built into us. To have the imagination. To project ideas of. Goodness Onto a longed for future. If we have to admit sadly that injustice and violence is a part of who we are. then. We also admit that goodness in the wish for peace and love is also. Who We are both these things are absolutely true of us.

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"duggan" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"duggan" Discussed on WJR 760

"Have had their lives really offended by the shutdown mayor Duggan says get ready for a new normal in the work place wherever you work but you're going to come to work and you're going to go to the check your temperature is going to be checked as mine is every day going out do you have questions about symptoms you'll be wearing a surgical mask during the work day and our work spaces will be spaced out and we are getting ready for what I believe is going to be you know probably a six twelve eighteen months workplace standard Gary say here's the man responsible for the green who's that seeped under I. six ninety six is to be released from federal prison and sent to home confinement the U. S. attorney's office says inmates who may be at risk for serve at least a quarter of their sentence or who have eighteen months or less left qualify for early release there's no date when he'll be set free Sayers remains at the Morgantown federal correction institute in West Virginia a white father and son accused of fatally shooting a black man Allman Aubrey who was running in their Georgia neighborhood have been taken into custody and charged with murder the victim's father Marcus Aubrey remembers his son it also he worked with second unit has overtaken with he gifted and I heard about the song you were don't just give all your money away like that thank you for your money for yourself he's laughing just a NATO women need to that's the kind of young man well you know he just this call would be gonna live president trump appearing on the phone on fox news this morning again said he believes the corona virus came from a laboratory in China they've done a terrible thing I don't believe it was done on purpose but it was done through probably incompetence it probably got out and they didn't know how to talk about it we wanted to go in and help them they didn't want us to go in a federal judge must still decide if he'll accept the justice department's recommendation to drop charges and void the plea agreement of Michael Flynn the change of direction for Flynn's case something president trump has been pushing for is on the president's radar screen again Bob Costantini points out before reading drain the swamp in all capital letters president trump tweeting support for his first national security adviser quote yesterday was a big day for justice in the USA congratulations to general Flynn and many others I do believe there is much more to come dirty cops and crooked politicians do not go well together on quote the president fired Flynn who was charged with lying to the FBI about Russian contacts in part for Flynn's also lying to then vice president elect pence he went on the Sunday talk show and denied Flynn had any contacts with Russians plans phone call with Russia's ambassador at the time was recorded since the ambassador's phone was tapped by security agencies Bob Costantini Washington the Dow up to ninety one the S. and P. up thirty three W. J. R. news time to for you Michelle celebrates over ninety years a Detroit do Michelle's.

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Beijing's ancient Forbidden City reopens to public as China moves past pandemic

Ben Shapiro

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Beijing's ancient Forbidden City reopens to public as China moves past pandemic

"Detroit mayor Mike Duggan says city hall has been making changes after learning some lessons the hard way three or four weeks ago we were having eighty a hundred police officers quarantine each day and it was really difficult but we got our instant testing and we started reporting in these protocols for masks and daily temperature checks and I think we had four or five officers quarantine all of last week so we're moving to the fact that we're going to have to live with this virus in our country in our community four months a year who knows until is a vaccine well even though more states are beginning to relax their coronavirus lockdowns Moster falling short of the minimum levels of testing suggested by the federal government and public health researchers according to an Associated Press

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Dallas - Carrollton 18-year-old to be charged with terroristic threat for claiming to have COVID-19 on social media

Todd and Don

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas - Carrollton 18-year-old to be charged with terroristic threat for claiming to have COVID-19 on social media

"Some police here in Texas looking for a young woman who bragged on social media about spreading the coronavirus so way to go yeah much like saying you have an explosive in a suitcase police they're really not taking kindly people threatening to spread the Colbert nineteen yet police here in Texas they revealed that they're looking for a woman who claimed on Snapchat that she contracted the Colbert nineteen it is willfully trying to infect others here's a quote she says I'm here at Walmart about to invest others everybody because if I'm going down everybody's going down not funny guy she's eighteen year old Lorraine Meghan Duggan that's her name and according to the DPS they founder and while at it when found that is she could be charged with making a terroristic threats under the Texas penal code are absolutely that that would be considered a terrorist a terroristic threat everybody is absolutely horrified right now so

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"duggan" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"duggan" Discussed on WJR 760

"With our great mayor Mike Duggan you've you've heard him talk and this program before about to grow Detroit's young talent in the different things they'll be doing for kids this summer well we're getting ahead of that with in fact the executive director of grow Detroit's young talent Marie Hocker in the studio with us right now Marie nice to see you nice to see you to qualify to be here were very nice to have you here and twenty six plus year Ford employee part of the Ford land team a construction manager Detroit development projects Ford Motor Company rich bar deli rich nice to have you here Paul thanks for having me yeah I I would guess if you're with a Ford land team and doing the development projects for Ford probably I know you do other things but the restoration of the historic Michigan central station is probably what they ask you about every time they talk to you every day yeah it draws a lot of attention from everybody in it it means a lot to all the people here in the city and around so have big project how's it going great great our buildings dried up my first phase is really gotten done and we're not finishing it starting if you drive by you'll see us doing all the missionary work on the exterior getting a break in the state are in the structural work on so hopefully you can see it here all right here where I sit you might not be able to see it from where you sit but when you when we're done get out look out that window it's a nice view of her from the iconic building that that that Ford Motor Company is bringing back to life and Marie Hocker leading the effort to raise the twelve million dollars in annual funding required to support the city's biggest summer jobs program that trains and employs over eight thousand youth between the ages of fourteen and twenty four for six weeks in July and August what's the tie in for you and Ford motor company other than the fact that used to work at four absolutely well Paul I have to say I am here is exactly director of Cody Tristan talent because I strongly believe in the potential that summer youth employment can half in the life of the young person is so critical that our young people have exposure to meaningful work experiences that really help them begin to clarify what the career pathways that they're interested in it allows them to build before key professional networks and all of that so that's my investment in this work well in this and you don't have to explain why you're investing in our youth because that's it our future exactly exactly I actually into my career as a paid intern at Ford Motor Company actually so I certainly understand first hand the impact that those internships in half that's what happened for you exactly is that nice all right so what impact do you see that grow Detroit's young talent program is having on youth who are still in school absolutely what we actually have had a really wonderful partnership with the university of Michigan who's been our third party evaluator they actually did a study of our twenty fifteen to twenty seventeen cohorts and found that R. G. U. I. T. participants are more likely to be enrolled in school they're more likely to take the SAT they're more likely to graduate from high school and they're also less likely to be chronically absent from school you can see all the positives that come from something like this and I'm I'm sure rich where daily that's why Ford motor company's even involved in this project absolutely G. U. I. T. is a great program and is a great support for us to to go to schools like the rand off school which is a trade school you know we have a great partner that helped with starting the masons as I said earlier we have this big move the biggest part of the job is the masonry work in those trades are really dwindling and our ramp construction who's our main contractor on that partnered with us to go to rand off to bring twelve students and in now what you do I. T. your workers at eleventh and twelfth graders to get them an understanding of the traits so the getting real hands on experience with what will become once again a big iconic big deal when this is all done absolutely and that that's a great thing about that building is you know the the the the students go back to their school and then they spread the word that I'm working on the train station and that Saturday the seventeenth it generates all the fighting here exactly yeah generates excitement for them and then they start talking about the trades which are great programs and our great careers not enough attention has been given to how great those careers are in the trades and we've been trying to work on that for a few years here at W. J. are as executive director of grow Detroit's young talent Marie hi could tell me how organizations and for that matter individuals can get involved in supporting you funding mentorship job opportunities what how how can they get involved absolutely I really appreciate that question Paul because I strongly believe that all of us here in Detroit and in the middle east court Detroit community have a role to play and really having an impact on the life of a young person what I like to do is call out all of our employers here in acts.

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Novak Djokovic Saves 3 MP To Overcome Monfils In Dubai Thriller

The Tennis Podcast

03:07 min | 1 year ago

Novak Djokovic Saves 3 MP To Overcome Monfils In Dubai Thriller

"Get onto that. Because Novak Djokovic won the title and beat Stephanus Sits Bass in the final in a really uneventful final. I mean it. It was the semi final was far. More interesting from a Jackovitch perspective in terms of being under the gun. He almost lost to Gal Mofaz which was sixteen zero in the favor of jackovitch and there are seventeen. Sarah what happened Matt? You saw it. Taylor's oldest time. Well I ended up failing a little bit annoyed with Cam on face in a which was really on Fab because this was his best ever performance against your by a mile and he did absolutely everything that I've ever wanted him to do in one of those big matches in that he had a game plan and he stuck to it and the plan was chased down. Everything and kind of do Djokovic what jockeys does to other players by forcing them to go to the lines and miss and Jackovitch was all over the place with a forehand stop. Partly I think because of my feces movement being so good and making him go coast to the Lions and yet when Mofaz had a chance he was just teeing off and smacking winners. I think he hit. Double the amount of winners Djokovic the whole match put himself in this great position opposite in a break but the whole time I was thinking either going to wake up in a minute and turn it on them or face is going to lake. Wake up and and throw in a bad game and it happened but then. Simone faces great credit. He served up three four five and five six in the second-set each time. I was expecting him to lose. Serve and each time. He resisted and how he showed a great amount of resistance in that second set saved a load of set points for Jackovitch. Got Himself in a position where he had three match points in the tie-break then then he woke up. And the eras came and Djokovic Duggan to cement credit. Didn't he didn't make the unforced errors in those moments. More Feast Dead Djokovic. Somehow on that second set in a tiebreak and then the third set was just a foregone conclusion with mom faces body was seen any falling apart by that stage but it was a it was incredibly dramatic match. I'm all face was the reason. It was dramatic because he did play so much better than they normally does in those matches and yet I still felt frustrated with them at the end because he just couldn't quite finish them all should he have won. Yes it feels really harsh to single out when play is ones show against Yovich because he does seem to make so many plays choke that I think that part of it is what you're doing on the other end but it doesn't take away from the fact that you can. You still feel like more fish. Should have finished

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"duggan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:09 min | 2 years ago

"duggan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The hospital their Duggan spoke with me in December from his office in Detroit city hall thank you so much for sitting down to talk to us good to be Avenue so I want to start by going back to when you were first elected mayor it was two thousand thirteen Detroit was in the middle of declaring bankruptcy and you campaigned as a government turnaround expert what did you think most needed to be turned around in Detroit well I knew what needed to be most turned around you'd had him basically two hundred thousand people move out of the city in the previous decade and half the street lights were out the buses weren't running the ambulances wouldn't show up for an hour at a time there were you know forty thousand vacant houses the schools were performing badly a water main break would freeze in the winter and the cars would freeze in the street so pretty much everything that it could be bad for your quality of life is what was existing in Detroit and we're on the list of problems was it to solve the tax foreclosures people losing their homes because they hadn't paid property taxes so that really peaked in twenty fifteen when we had nine thousand occupied houses for close down you know we had no ability to deal with any of the problems in the city if you've got nine thousand a family's year being pushed out of their homes so we had to stop it so what did you do about it well my second month we cut all the property tax assessments twenty percent then I went and got house bill fifty eight eighty two passed which allow the county treasurer to spread somebody's career age over five years and enter into a repayment plan and then we entered into a whole series of programs to assist people in different ways and ultimately got us down to five hundred families last year and we've got another package of bills in Lansing that I expect will pass in the next few months they will cut it even again so early in the episode we met this woman who was tax for close her name was Cynthia Windham and it turned out that she had been over taxed almost nine thousand dollars and if she had gotten a refund for the money she was over tax she would have owned that house free and clear so should the government be finding a way to pay that money back so what we're trying to do is find a way to address the issues fairly in is a county tax foreclosure process in in it is built in appeals every year if your access to much is all whole series of of measures that you can take a lot of people took advantage of those measures I don't know how you go back on past years where people didn't you know avail themselves of the rights and so what we're trying to do is fix it going forward both even with that solution it sounds like you're putting the onus on the homeowners to correct a mistake that the city and the county may I don't know why you would describe it that way well I'm saying that like it's on the county and the city to assess the houses right and to decide what the tax number is but our analysis of the situation is that people were to over taxed by six hundred million dollars in total so in order to fix that you're saying that they have to go through this kind of labyrinth of bureaucracy instead of the city and the county coming to the taxpayer and saying Hey we made a mistake we're gonna make this easy for you so I'm I'm trying to I guess maybe answers as best they can sure in the last four or five years to my knowledge assessments have been accurate if people were assessed too much before I got here in the city when the bankruptcy before I became mayor that was a pre bankruptcy issue folks had a process by which they could appeal at Lowes years are closed I don't know any lawful way to go back and say to all the taxpayers of the city who didn't follow the process we're going to raise your taxes to pay the taxes for people who did and so when you look at this problem was and what is a legal way we can solve it with the bill that just came out of the house a hundred and sixty one that's I as we over the Senate what we're gonna do is dramatically cut the payments and people in payment plans probably from a hundred and twenty five dollars a month to twenty five dollars a month so I'm trying to find a legal way to solve this and we think this is the practical solution to deal with so when someone loses their home it affects their neighbors to an earlier in the show we met some people who are among the last homeowners on their block and they're having trouble getting garbage pick up and running water and they've had trouble getting the city to deal with problems from vacant houses that the Detroit land bank authority owns so what's the responsibility of the city to the people who are living next to these vacant houses other problems lower priority because of where they live well they aren't for me so in the last five years we've demolished twenty thousand houses the can't be saved we've taken nine thousand vacant houses that could be saved and move families in and renovated them and I just proposed to Detroit city council a bond issue of two and a fifty million dollars so we get to every single abandoned house in every single neighborhood because I think we have that obligation so far I have not convinced city council move forward on that but I'm optimistic that we'll work something out the next few months because I do think we have a responsibility to those individuals we heard a lot of people when we were in Detroit saying that they wanted more transparency about how the Detroit land bank works maybe more oversight from city council is that the kind of reform that you would support yeah I I completely agree with that and and I propose that to counsel and I think that is the right direction I think it's going to be a very positive development I I'm not from Detroit but I I I'm usually love Detroit got a lot of good friends there I think one of the stories that I hear a lot about Detroit is that is a city that is struggling with industry moving away and white flight leaving city but what I know about Detroit is it there's a lot of committed people who were doing good work on the ground there what do you see in Detroit yeah well I mean you your tone is is pretty bleak in most neighborhoods in the city of their property values in home prices have doubled in the last five years we got thirty thousand more Detroiters working today than working five years ago there are a lot of very positive things happening but you know the city tries lost population we've lost businesses we've lost restaurants we lost movie theaters for sixty years you can see the trend from every indication heading the right direction but are we going to recover from sixty years of decline in four years now but I think most people in the city would say it's heading in a positive way we have a long way to go last question for the mayor you said the single standard of mayor should be defined on is whether the population of the city's going up or down so how are you doing we're gonna find out in may when the census bureau numbers come out last year we have the smallest decline in population in sixty years about sixteen hundred people and hopefully this may that sixty year cycle of finally been broken and I'm going to wait for the report all right will come may I will check back in with you Eric thank you so much for your time I really appreciate it good to talk to those Choi mayor Mike Duggan the most likely mention of Detroit losing population it's actually been more than sixty years with the C. P. it was.

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How Did Turducken Become a Thing?

BrainStuff

01:20 min | 2 years ago

How Did Turducken Become a Thing?

"Trial of zoom rooms and meet happy with Zoom Zoom. Welcome to brain stuff. Production of iheartradio. Hey Raines Jeff. Lauren bo-bottle here. At first glance lance it seems almost like an SNL sketches an onion article a deboned chicken stuff inside deboned duck stuffed inside a deboned Turkey how can that possibly be unreal despite the sheer outrageousness of this dish the production has been popular in the US for more than thirty years. MS transcended novelty by cemented itself. Self the ultimate holiday meal for those who wanted all but several questions remain who invented the Duggan. Howdy make this mega creature come to life? What does it taste like? And where do you even start when it comes to consuming this betrays goodall of meet the origin of the truck and is shrouded in mystery. One supposed hosed inventor. The truckin was the late Louisiana Cajun Chef Paul prudhomme. He trademarked the term truck and in Nineteen eighty-six and helped make this poultry TRIFECTA. Go mainstream prudan leader claimed on a phone call

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Elizabeth Wettlaufer Pt. 1

Serial Killers

06:48 min | 2 years ago

Elizabeth Wettlaufer Pt. 1

"At a nursing home in the small city of Woodstock Canada eighty eight year old dementia patient Claw Tilda Adriano was resting in bed it was an early summer evening in two thousand seven clotilde looked up to see the night nurse arrive with her medical cart the nurse was an overweight woman with small classes she greeted Clotilde enthusiastically clean before removing a needle from its packaging she said with a smile the doctor wants you to have vitamin shot clotilde side and held out her arm she'd been caressing care since March and was used to being poked and prodded she looked away as the nurse jabbed the needle in Dan if clotilde hadn't averted her is she might have noticed the nurses odd expression she was still smiling slightly yet her is for coldly curious as she inserted the needle into Kotil does vein all done the nurse cheerfully exclaimed she packed up her things things and left claw tilda watched her go unnerved but not entirely sure why a few hours later Clo- TILDA began to weaken she became cold and clammy another nurse entered for a routine check a notice clotilde symptoms because of Clotilde clotilde history of diabetes the nurse hurry to treat her for low blood sugar though neither knew it the vitamin shot the nurse had given her was actually a large dose of insulin in a diabetic like claw Tilda it could have been fatal luckily clotilde survived the incident but unfortunately for the many victims that would come after her she forgot all about the cheerful nurse that had visited her earlier heard that evening hi I'm Greg Paulson this is serial killers apart cast original every Monday we dive into the minds and madness of serial serial killers. I'm here with my co host Vanessa Richardson Hi everyone you can find episodes of serial killers and all other podcast originals for free on spotify by or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream serial killers for free on spotify just open the APP and type serial killers in the search bar today we're going to examine the early life of the lethal Canadian nurse Elizabeth wetl offer at podcast were grateful for you our listeners you allow us to do what we love love let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at podcast and twitter at park last network and if you enjoy today's episode the the best way to help us is to leave a five star review wherever you're listening it really does help between two thousand seven and two thousand sixteen Elizabeth Abyss wet law for killed eight elderly residents of the long term care home where she worked as a nurse making her one of the most prolific killers lers in Canadian history this week will cover Elizabeth's religious upbringing and conflicted sexuality will explore Howard troubles led to depression I'm an anchor issues we'll also touch on how these issues caused her to begin harming those two helpless to fend for themselves next week we'll die further into Elizabeth's quiet killing spree which went undetected until she confessed it herself. Elizabeth May Parker was born on June tenth nineteen sixty seven to Doug and Hazel Parker in Woodstock Doc Antero Elizabeth nicknamed Beth was their second child and had one brother three years her senior the Parker family was extremely religious Doug and elder at the local Baptist Church was strict and demanding he required a submissive wife and children who adhered to the Church's teachings neighbor saw the parkers as the perfect leave it to beaver family despite a rigid upbringing Elizabeth loved the Church and was close to her family but when she hit adolescence her faith in Church doctrine was tested she realized she was attracted to women Duggan Hazel believe being gay was a sin bow there's little information on Elizabeth's formative years likely didn't welcome Elizabeth Sexuality than saw it there's an intrusion into their perfect family Elizabeth kept this side of herself secret for as long as possible it's very likely that her rejection up her own sexual identity caused her a great deal of guilt and self loathing throughout her childhood Vanessa's going to take over on the psychology psychology here and throughout the episode please note that is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but she has done a lot of research for the show thanks Greg According to psychiatric author and Professor Jack Drescher those who are unable to acknowledge their sexual identity often attempt to dissociate associate those feelings from themselves they consider these feelings unacceptable and therefore hide that part of themselves from the persona they present to the world this negatively impacts their self esteem and makes it difficult to see themselves in their entirety by refusing to identify herself as Lesbian Elizabeth was unable to develop an understanding of who she was Elizabeth's insecurities were only exacerbated at school where she was shy shy awkward and overweight her childhood neighbor Glenn Hart said but she was often the odd kid out Elizabeth tried to combat this sense of isolation by participating in a number of extracurricular activities when she got to Huron Park Secondary school she played field hockey and joined joined the band as a trombone EST but despite her best efforts it seemed Elizabeth still struggled with fitting in in one thousand nine hundred eighty six nineteen year-old Elizabeth wrote a poem that was published in her high school yearbook align read each person's tune changes as he or she grows older but it's all the same and inevitably pointless this could be read as Elizabeth expressing her own fears about her future where she'd have to continue continue suppressing the side of her identity she was ashamed of

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Plan for Taliban meeting latest bold Trump gamble to unravel

AM Joy

02:18 min | 2 years ago

Plan for Taliban meeting latest bold Trump gamble to unravel

"In the end. If if you're gonna go shade piece you often have to deal with some pretty bad actors. There have often been discussions about war at camp david. There have been discussions about peace there as well been some pretty bad actors travel level through that place <hes> throughout recorded history <hes> it's an important place as a place where we thought we could convince all the leaders of afghanistan <hes> president ghani his team <hes> as well as the taliban we could convince them to begin to head in the direction that would create a better conditions better conditions on the ground in afghanistan. Donald trump secretary secretary of state is hitting. The sunday shows this morning trying to put a positive spin on just the latest jaw dropping revelation from his boss on saturday. Donald trump revealed a series of tweets tweets that he had been planning to meet in secret with the president of afghanistan and the taliban the taliban at camp david just days before the eighteenth anniversary of nine eleven trump claims he canceled meeting and the peace talks after an attack by the taliban in kabul. They killed an american soldier and eleven other people trump's. Latest revelation begs the question. How would the media have responded. If any other president especially a democrat planned meeting with the taliban at camp david just days before nine eleven anniversary christie is back with me and joining me now. Gabriel sherman of vanity fair and author of the loudest voice also joining me tiffany cross of the d. c. eric boehlert author and media analyst jennifer rubin of the washington post and eric duggan's. MSNBC media analyst. I thank you for staying literally. Christie christopher tried to leave. You can't leave after he told me what he told me in the break. Please explain the way that the afghan government was characterizing. These meetings meeting from the afghan government didn't have much say the taliban were characterizing. The meeting these negotiations as negotiations for the evacuation of american troops from afghanistan evacuation was the word they used this is not a bring about bringing about peace. This was about bringing about a taliban victory at the negotiating table that could be followed load up by victories in the field. They were already talking about which of the afghan army and police units would flip over to their side once once they knew the americans were pulling out for good and i think trump looked at the

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"duggan" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"duggan" Discussed on WJR 760

"Family mayor Duggan's as he expects to have low one successor in place by the end of the year on Wall Street this hour right now the Dow was down five forty seven the S. and P. off sixty six traffic and weather is next W. J. R. news time three old pretty good weather first on the fives it's a sunny Friday time to check it out with spy back W. J. R. traffic is sponsored by parkway Chrysler Dodge jeep ram attention new car buyers parkway kosher Dodge jeep ram is rolling back the prices on hundreds of great jeep SUVs during the summer of jeep hundreds of vehicles under two hundred Bucks a month parkway Chrysler Dodge jeep ram on hall road in Clinton township to show up sign up and ride well good sunny Friday afternoon to you there can and it's a good sunny out Friday drive out there for our drivers as well no accidents report out there right now on the freeways that we can see through the jam cams now out near new haven well you can apply construction over there with only one lane open on westbound I. ninety four at twenty six mile route and so you find some delays working there and there's construction working once again today with big time delays I ninety four in both directions between telegraph and I two seventy five and again take note of that project if you're making your way to metro airport I pizza pie that W. J. R. traffic and weather first on the five W. J. R. traffic is sponsored by life like with Norton the drive home can be more relaxing if you're not worrying about malware compromising your devices or your identity getting stolen introducing a LifeLock with Norton outstanding protection for your identity and devices.

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"duggan" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"duggan" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"So they go up there, and they find out that okay? And all that everybody's on edge. Okay. And. Cain. Discover that Anna sure, for that is in the army, buddy. This. Start talking. And whatever then they dig a little deeper and find out that Doug Jon call was actually killed. Dine of an excellent day. Look, I, I had told him Vaughn. Because. On answer, Duggan, hurricane golden doing some. Any final that there's a, a Colt forming in Rhode Island with such a small town. Okay. Sheriff department is so small doing a be behind the sure is back. But, but need be there's, there's a personality, share staff. That's also involved with the cult this year. Don't know about it. Yeah. And so, as you know. Progresses. Okay. Hurricane goes undercover because. Nobody in town. New new hurricane. Okay. Doug him. Discover all month show a weapons on his on his uncle's place. Very learning is. Garage. So being ex military and still kinda parsley into the service. Okay, he calls. No, he is from Colonel John Jones. I backup if need be and in, he explains what they have found a whatever. And so then when Kenyan traits camp okay, they have all this planning. He's got all these devices where they can hear what's going on there. But hurricane can't hear nothing what they're saying because he doesn't wanna take the chance of solid coming on a Mike and finding all these bugged. But. Tori turns at a worse because. The one person on the sheriff's department rise in the area where he's at then he finds out that. Okay. This is actually what the what the so now he knows his, his secrets going to be open. And now he has the as a changes his way of thinking and I'll be in for all. Brutal fight. Yes. I'm thinking this. Chose have been, I'm listening to you and incredible. Because what I'm seeing here is weapons in the house that you find you have a Colt. You're just going to go to Rhode Island hurricanes going to Rhode Island with his pal Doug stone, and all of a sudden they get sucked into this crazy wicked thing that happens.

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Detroit federal judge Damon Keith dies at 96

America's Wealth Management Show

00:59 min | 2 years ago

Detroit federal judge Damon Keith dies at 96

"Detroit morning loss of one of its most respected. Jurists judge Damon Keith passed away today at his home in Detroit. He was ninety six his rulings in a string of high profile cases over three decades raised him to the status of national civil rights icon interview prior to his death with the American black journal. Judge key said his philosophy on the bench was straightforward use the law as a means for social change. And in my career, I have tried to do that. He said he also tried to treat all people fairly in the courtroom without arguing I've tried to be a bit on the vision. But now for forty years and never held any woman contempt of court, and I've never threatened to hold anyone in contempt of Kiefer's grandson of slaves, and he was the longest serving African American judge in the nation to try mayor, Mike Duggan released a statement, saying America's lost a national treasure calling judge Keith a man who has left an indelible, Mark. On the nation and the city

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"duggan" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"duggan" Discussed on WJR 760

"Mike Duggan's right in the middle of it. It's tough to get anybody to talk about it right now. We'll try here on WJR Detroit. Seven sixty WJR news, dick Hafner, President Trump at the national prayer breakfast in Washington. Toward the pro-life community. Every life is sacred, and every soul is a precious gift from heaven as the Lord says in Jeremiah before I formed you in the womb. I knew you before you were born I set you apart the number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits dropped sharply last week layoffs rare. The job market is strong. Fiat Chrysler says it made one point four billion dollars in the fourth quarter and four point one billion for all of last year. Most of the prophets for FCA are in North America. So the average profit-sharing check for you. I w Representative employee's will be six thousand dollars GM layoffs. Hundreds of salaried employees were escorted out of the tech center in Warren, and add some other places GM hourly workers who are laid off at their plants nearly all of them, we'll get jobs and other plants Detroit. Mayor Duggan's is in court. He's suing federal court claiming the high insurance. Rates violate people's civil rights. A federal judge will look at that lawsuit. Duggan filed a lawsuit in district court in Detroit seeking to have Michigan's no fault auto insurance law declared unconstitutional Virginia, Lieutenant governor just in Fairfax is facing allegations of sexual assault. His accuser is Dr Vanessa Tyson. She says the incident happened during the twenty four democratic convention in Boston, here's more from reporter Ryan nobles accuser of the Lieutenant governor, Dr Vanessa Tyson released a very lengthy statement where she talked in specificity about the alleged incident in which she says that the Lieutenant governor who was then an aide to Senator John Edwards forced her to perform oral sex on him. Now, the Lieutenant governor says that this is not true a Milwaukee. Wisconsin police officer has been shot and killed. He was serving a warrant the mayor Tom Barrett. Says he and the city are filled with sorrow and anger. He was doing his job. He was working to make our city safer, and he died. And he died because an individual decided that rather than allowing the police to do their work lawfully. That he would kill us police office. Jerry news time, ten three. A developer. Pro proposes a plan to build a community on the Irwin orchards land in Lyon township that orchard is a landmark in Lyon township the site has been for sale for years demolition is set to begin in April at the site of the long vacant summit place mall in Waterford a mixed. Use.

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