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"egeland" Discussed on Amanpour
"He also has spoken about the The the fact that he was blacklisted in interviews on the parasite press tour seeing that it didn't necessarily affect him as much as some of the other. They're more politically controversial directors. who were blacklisted in South Korea? That said I also it does seem like a huge moment in South Korea. Just because has he's made to film the two films that he made prior to making parasite we're both at least half English co-productions but didn't net him the kind of success that at this very singularly Korean movie did leading up to the film's Premiere. He expressed a few worries. That non Korean audiences might not resonate with a film as much as create on. Its his. But that's obviously been proven to be false because the themes of capitalism and worrying about what you can do for your family will not trampling down somebody nobody else in order to do so those themes resonate with everybody who's seen the film We must say that. This is the latest in a real sort of gotcha fantastic Asian films and filmmaking. Whether it's crazy Asians whether it's the farewell whether it's all bunk films and now parasites and we have to say that he's the I will Disney to come away with four Major Oscars but I wanna ask you a O Scott about the other issues news that we're controversial the basic lack of diversity as you've just mentioned sort of you know women directors nominated no so Except for Cynthia Borrego do not diminish her incredible acting feet in Harriet. To be to be nominated Janelle monae you. You know was very pointed in her rousing and Raucous really brilliant opening number up you know. She said she used parasite to rhyme with Oscarssowhite uh-huh and you saw the crowd. They're the very well heeled crowd reacts very favourably to her what is it with with the Oscars. I mean there was a period. They seem to have pulled back from Oscarssowhite and and now as sort of back to normal. Well it's it's I mean that's the frustrating waiting thing about about paying attention to the Oscars and and and and in investing anything in them which which which we all do I mean they. They are an important part of of the industry and a of of popular culture. And it's sort of often feels like a step forward two steps back so a few years ago when when Moonlight won best picture sure that was a moment it felt a lot as I recall the way it fell to watch parasite win. Best Picture here was the thing that you didn't think was going to happen. That you didn't think could happen that it at at that moment looked like wasn't happening that turned out to to happen but the the it's not just a problem of the academy. We have to say I mean. It's a problem of the American film industry and to some extent of of American Society Diversion Diversity inclusion representation these these czar issues that that are are tricky to solve. It takes a lot of time and and a lot of continued pushing so so it was discouraging to see that Lupita neon go did not get the nomination that she deserved for us. The Jennifer Lopez did not get the nomination that she very much deserved for for hustlers that that the farewell was was was was pretty much Invisible at at at the Oscars and in a way that the the winds parasite can sort of cover over or distract attention from what would have been the story. I think that would have been that we. We've been talking about if nineteen seventeen or Joe Joe. Rabbit had had one which is which is the continued sort of out of touch and and narrowness us and non inclusiveness of the Oscars and of of Hollywood. And this is something that is that is that is not going to go away. The encouraging thing is that there are a lot the people who are using their position in the industry. People like Vernay and Ryan Kugler and Barry Jenkins who are not not what sort of resting on their own lawyer laurels but pushing to to make the industry more representative more inclusive more responsive More Democratic well we will keep watching AO Scott. Thank you so much Karen Han as well and we turn now to an incredible real life story radio host lots of NASA who one day made the shock discovery that not only did he share his name with someone else he shed it with detainee. Two four four four at Guantanamo Bay Prison Abdul Latiff Nassir is suspected of being one of Osama bin Laden's most important advises his lawyers say that he was never even in al Qaeda though the other Latif's joins a hurry three of us in the studio to discuss his search for the truth in this podcast called the other latiff also joining them is the award winning New York Times journalist Cower Rosenberg whose in Miami and been reporting on Guantanamo Bay since two thousand and two. I want to start with you here. Who is the other? Well thanks for having me this whole story about the other. If it started I was on twitter. I saw a tweet that I thought was about me but it wasn't. It was about a guy who had my same name and it turned out that guy. I was detained. Two four four at Guantanamo Bay and. What's the accused of she? There is a pretty heinous laundry list of things that the US the US government has claimed in these leaked or declassified documents that he has done Everything from being a top explosives expert for al Qaeda Blowing up the famed world. Cultural Heritage Sites The Bamiyan Buddhas fighting on the frontlines of the battle of Tora Bora the one where Osama bin Laden got away and we wouldn't catch him another ten years You know there's a pretty long and damning list and he's been there for how long now he's been there since May two two thousand two without charges without a trial just been there and he is technically what Freeman. I mean allowed to leave so this this was the detail that really hooked me into this story. which was that? I found that there was well first of all his as lawyer claims that much of that Wunderlist of of charges against him are totally species and falls but the thing that hooked me was that in two thousand Sixteen Ecksteen he had this parole board type hearing call the PR be hearing where six different representatives of top agencies of the government came together in unanimously. Asli decided to that the US didn't need him any need to keep him anymore. That wasn't a continuing threat and that he should go back home to Morocco. Go where he's from so he was cleared to go back home. But what happened was the some kind of bureaucratic blog. Luke Jam something happened. That made it that. The the the paperwork didn't get finalized hill right right the moment when all the Obama people were going out. The trump people were coming in trump had tweeted that he didn't want to let anybody out of Guantanamo. And so this guy got sort of stuck right right in that crack we forget. I think a lot of times that there are still prisoners in Guantanamo. Abdellatif is not the only one there he's got. What thirty nine other people bul? Also there's a total of forty detainees at Guantanamo Hari. That's true and he's one of them. He's also one of five men who who are in a similar situation where they've been approved for release with security attachments so technically league they should not be there or could not be there but did not get out at the end of the Obama Administration which is when all transfers out of Guantanamo about one stopped in Carol. This is also happening at a time when right now in the news is witness testimony from some of the psychologists just who helped the CIA use. What is known as an enhanced interrogation techniques in could also be called torture? Even the very word whether it's torture are not being debated but this is what happened to some of these men before they even got to Guantanamo. Yes what's happening. Is that it over in the court short portion of Guantanamo. Not The prison. There are pretrial hearings in the case of the five men accused of plotting the nine eleven terrorist attacks and before they can get to trial they have to deal with the legacy of torture and so they have been looking at what happened to those men in the three and four years. They spent in the CIA black sites before they got to Guantanamo. So a lot of did this man admit to something. What does he have remorse? Does he have guilt. That he say something that would justify having kept him there for as long as he's been so far so so according to his lawyer and that's I'm not allowed to talk to him so I can only talk to his lawyer. He didn't do anything wrong he he. Maybe did maybe he acted in a way that was suggestively or maybe he was. He was mixed stuck with some people who did some things wrong but as far as what he did he did not do anything wrong but but especially. She didn't do the kinds of things that that he's being charged with whether he is he. It's a tricky question of whether he express remorse because you obviously can't express S. remorse for something you didn't do and he hasn't been charged and he hasn't been charged with that said the there is that parole hearing where he would have expressed remorse. He did. I did have remorse. Those transcripts are are unavailable to me. So it's very parsing out the logic object of what this guy do. What did he say he did what his lawyer say he did? What are the government? Say He did parsing out that logic is it gets very complicated very quickly if you went to Morocco and you looked into information from other countries to find more about the other lots of what I did finding finding all these places. Is that the story I went in expecting and part prime by this department of Defense Document also impart prime by his lawyer. Those stories just just got flipped upside down and inside out the stories that I expected. So for instance. I'll tell you that the dod document commit. There's this one group in Morocco that is said to be sort of almost like on ramp in the world of extremism radicalized him. What radicalized him? It's this is a picture painted of this this group in Morocco as a group that wanted to overthrow the government group that wanted to usher in Islamic state. I'm reading there's something. Oh God this. Is this group that this guy joined in college when I start to look into it further when I start to experts on the group I mean it was an anti monarchy monarchy group. It was a pacifist group. It was a group that had soup. Kitchens that would give out you know. Do Vaccination drives. This was a group that wanted elections. That's why they were anti-monarchy. They wanted the elections. It was a time when Morocco was a much more repressive place than it is today. So so this group all of a sudden it was going in thinking. I was looking at Isis. And then all of a sudden wait wait a second. They look kind of like the founding fathers. Actually when you look at them that way and so and that sort of surprise just sort of kept happening more more and more sort of throughout this guy's life story and in a way it's interesting like like like tracing historic. He almost felt like this like like forrest. Gump of the war on terror. Like you were just seeing these different places and you're like oh wow that totally reshapes. The Way I think of that moment carol money or stories you literally went out and did the math on how how this costs the United States. I mean so I guess in in one term we could look at the cash. And that's what you looked at. But also this continuing doing kind of extra judicial process. What does it do to our legal? Dare I say kind of moral leadership standing in the world to so. How much does it cost to keep people in Guantanamo so we studied the public figures? What we know is spent on the prison in the court? Not The base. Not Anything associated with Guantanamo Navy base. which would be there? Even if they prison court went away we took the total sum of of what was spent in. I think it would be two thousand eighteen and and divided it by the number of detainees and came up with over thirteen million dollars a year per detainee to be there now. I had a commander once who said to me. You Know Carol. If you WANNA make it cheaper we can add more prisoners and you would bring the per. Prisoner costs down but the reality is that the planning has conceived achieved if more prisoners. Come they'll need more military police which is surprising because right now there are eighteen hundred one thousand eight hundred..
"egeland" Discussed on Amanpour
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The Shortest War in History
"Anglo signs above all the Woolworth's four as a military conflict between the United Kingdom on Zanzibar Sorta on twenty seven August eighteen ninety six. The conflict lasted between thirty to forty five minutes making it the shortest what is recorded war in history. The immediate coast. The wool was the death of the pro. British Sultan Hamad bin to me on the twenty fifth of August eighteen. Eighteen Ninety six on subsequent secession of Sautin Khalid bin Gosh. British authorities preferred Ahmad Bin Muhammad. Hamad who is more favorable to proceed interest as salter in accordance with the treaty signed in one thousand nine hundred six a condition for attention to this alternate wisdom candidate obtained permission the British Council and could lead had not fulfilled about requirement Britches considered this causes belly incentive took him to Cali demanding that the orders forces to stand down and leaked policy in response Calico up his palace guards on barricaded Adams off into the Polish ultimatum. Expired at nine hundred hours east are Qatar on twenty. Four twenty seven Volgas by which the British covered three cruisers to Gumbo hundred fifty marines and sites and nine hundred tons of barriers in the Halbe Oughta area the royal naval contingent was combined. The Real Admiral Harry Rosen on the pro Anglo sounds of Bari were commanded by brigadier the General. Lloyd Mathews of Designs Army. He was also the first minister. Sons Bob around chief thousand eight hundred Sabbari's defending the police. Most were recruited from civil population. They also include the Salton Policy Guard and several hundred servants and slaves defendants taught. Several military. Are Pieces machine guns which were set in French. Police cited on the British ships. Bombardment opened fire knowing how to set a pass on flat. Disabled the defendant auditory a small naval action took place with the British cinquieme Zanzibari reward your hate hate s Glasgow into similar vessels and some shots were fired ineffectively the purchase ends Bari troops as they approached the potus notice. The flag at the policy shop down and fire ceased at nine forty four sustained roughly five hundred casualties with only when British cellular So to college received asylum in German consulate before escaping German east Africa which is in the mainland Pau halt present day Tanzania Bush's quickly placed Salton not in power at the head of the puppet government Walmart the end that his bosso tonight as a sovereign state and the start of the period of heavy British influence. Sons Ball was violent country in the Indian Ian Ocean off the coast of tiny today which form parts of Tanzania the main island beat under normal control the Sultan of Oman sixty nine when they expelled. The Portuguese settlers claimed it in fourteen. Ninety nine so tom you've been declared the island independent of Amman in Eighteen fifty-eight which is recognized by Great Britain and spent the cell to that from that of a lamb. Bog has been the second soaked collapse. Father had been forced by British ultimatum. A threat to blockade okay to voice. The slave trade in June eighteen. Seventy three those later discovered the instructions from London would have prohibited aggressive action being taken me too late if the automation had been rejected the subsequent starfish that capital and seat of government sons about town where policy complex was built on the front by eighteen. Ninety six this consistent policies self the unattached Harim on the better by job. House of Wendy's a ceremonial policies. Be the first building in the East Africa to find electric to the complex flex was mostly constructive of local timber. There was not designed as defensive structure. All three main buildings were adjacent to one another in a line and linked bog log. Wooden covered bridges above street heights written had recognized the sovereignty and sultan in eighteen eighty six after a long period fron. The interaction in January maintain good relations with the country and it so turns however Germany was also interested needed east Africa and the two powers for control over trade rights on the territory in the area throughout the late nineteenth century. Sultan Khalifa at granted rights landed Kenya to Britain. And that's Taneeka to Germany. A process resulting. In the Prohibition of slavery in those loans on so many of the Arabs ruling classes will accept by the interruption divine trait which results in seven in addition the German authorities overseas in Taneeka refused to fly. The flag is under bar which led to on clashes seen German cheaters on the local population one. Such conflict in Tanga claimed the lives at twenty hours so typically fastened sounds Bari troops led by Brigadier General Lord Matthews the the former Latin the Royal Navy to restore order in Taneeka operation was largely successful the anti German feeding Sabari people remain strong. Further conflicts erupted at Bega may up one hundred fifty natives killed by German military forces. All SES Cat wets where German officials as servants would moded Khalifa. Them grunted extensive try rights to the imperial. They were British Engineering Company. A German assistance run a naval blockade to hold the continuing domestic slave trade upon Khalifa. Leave his death in. Eighteen ninety out been sad ascended to so to so to Ali domestic slave trade but not slave ownership declared signs a ball Bush's protect your an appointed. Lloyd Mathews First Minister to lead his cabinet. Britches will also guaranteed a veto detail of the future. Appointment of Sautin's the year of Alyssa session also saw disarmament Egeland Zanzibar treaty between Britain tune in Germany. This treaty efficient efficiency the marketed the spheres of interest in east Africa and they see the gym writes support to the United Kingdom. This granted the British government Evenson sums above which they intended to use to eradicate the slave trade and that an object to they had how'd as early as eighteen o four so obvious successor was her not told me he became salt in eighteen. Ninety three hammock maintain a close relationship with the British but that was the sentiment his subjects of the increase in riches control of the country. The british-led Army in operation of the venue voluble train to control. Oh descent the British authorities authorized the sultan to raise the bar policy. Kabbadi Carter thousands of men but these treats was soon involved in clashes with the purchased leads. Police complaints about the Baltic calls activities will also receive from European residents in Zanzibar town so awesome Sultan Hamad died suddenly at eleven forty East African time on the twenty fifth bowl. 1896 is twenty nine year Rhode Nephew Khalid Bin Burger Gash was also expected by some of his assassination moved into the complex Zanzibar time without the British approval in contravention of the treaty. Agreed Volley the British government preferred. It'll turn to come there about Bin. Muhammad which more favorably disposed towards them colleague was wound by the Council and diplomatic agents on Ball Basil K.. General Matthews to think Catholic about his actions. This course of action had proved successful three years earlier when Khalid had tried to claim the suit now after the death of Ali and the British Consul General Renou right have displayed to them of the dangers of such action colleague nor caves warning and his forces mastering in the Palace Square under combined Captain Saleh of the bodyguard by the end of the day. A number two thousand eight hundred men onto rifles muskets the majority. RT civilian civilians. The force included seven hundred. Son's bar scurry soldiers who sided with the Celtics artillery which consists is a several maxim machine. Guns gutting good a seventeenth century bronze kind of and two twelve pounder field. Guns were aimed at the British ships in the harbour. The twelve pounders had been presented by Sorta by William Will Hound the second the German emperor the Sultan Straits shapes also took possession Zanzibari Navy which consists of wooden sleep. The higest has built a royal yacht for the sultan in in eighteen. Seventy eight based on the British figgy Glasgow. Mathewson cave also began to muster forces already commanded nine hundred Zanzibari. Rei Scars on the left. Hand Author Edward Harrington Rakes of the Wiltshire Regiment who was coming to the Zanzibari Army. And how the rank regular general hadn't fifty soldiers Marines sailors marines were landed from the pro class protected. Cruiser Ella the mouths of the gunboat thrush which were anchored in the harbour the navy contingent commanded Captain O'Callaghan came ashore within fifty eighteen minutes of being requested deal with any rioting calls for the general population. A smaller contingents of sailors under left ten watts of thrush rush was put to show to call the richest consular where British civilians were request Galveston protection
Bob Myers, Atlanta Hawks And Travis discussed on Murph and Mac
"The warriors breaking news have acquired the number forty one pick from the Atlanta Hawks girl, buddy Travis, like gentleman's Egeland hawks with Bob Myers. Myers, spins one point three million dollars to acquire that pick warriors now sitting with number twenty eight number forty one and number
"egeland" Discussed on Le Show
"Spokesman for google spokesperson did not immediately respond to quest for comment this is an important study because it sheds light on the invisible background collection of information about users that many people in education aware of says douglas levin of ed tech strategies a consulting group that has looked closely at the issue of ad tracking on school district and state education websites it would be warranted says levin for the federal trade commission to pursue these findings make a clear statement about the gallery of this kind of tracking and quote assuming the federal trade commission were awake the researcher egeland described a lack of will among all parties as the major barrier to better protections for children's online privacy mobile app developers appear to be quite sloppy when determining whether third party services are protecting children's information he said in turn those third parties don't appear to be checking whether they're receiving children's information from the apps the integrate with and eagle said big companies such as google and facebook often are taking even the most basic steps to try to limit others collection and sharing of children's information on their platforms ultimately he said the reason why no one really cares is because there's no enforcement while we cannot definitively know whether or not those third parties are using the information for practices violated by the law such as behavioral advertising their terms of service and privacy policies suggests that violations are likely says the study but in an email spokesman said duo lingo is an online service directed at a general audience indicating the company does not believe is subject to the law even though it opted in to the designed for families section of the google store.
"egeland" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Kyw suburban bureau chief jim melwert whose that they montgomery county emergency operations center gem uh you ever denied right now i guess the the thing we're seeing is as a climb in power outages about forty six hundred up power outages from pico here in montgomery county most of those in lower merion and the bulk of them are leftover from friday's storm however we are seeing a few uh kind of a that that again a number starting to uh to climb now it it it's been quiet here so far nothing lake on friday where they say between noonen midnight they got about sixty eight hundred calls nearly seven times the typical number offer that span but so far this morning it looks like people heeded the call and are staying off the roads has been snowing all morning out here but for the most part uh has not been sticking road cruiser out and not really seeing any issues on the roads although i in the past hour so really starting to see its dick ghana on sidewalks and driveways here uh but for the most part uh i guess the good news is it's quieter than it was on friday live in eagle vale jim melwork kyw newsradio and kyw skin and then as has been checking travel conditions forces warning in delaware county any checks in this time from everton them he has branded going with with jim was saying that according to pico the outage number has jumped up here in delaware county is well it's about doubled its five thousand right now homes and businesses without power here in delaware county most of this morning we're the 2000 so again those were left over from the last storm but we have some new outages here in delaware county because of this latest storm i met two egeland darby roads here to have a major roads have been mostly fine just wet but it is sticking elsewhere it sticking.
"egeland" Discussed on Cleared Hot
"Bennett indigo has really like horrific to take an empty cooler wrong but bring an empty kuna back that would be to humiliating by but hum um yeah now it's not live it's not like that every time beer egeland more than a day without actually seeing so yeah if fastforwarded day too when you got to do that that same stocked with me pretty much the same thing that i did with andy on day to you i finally got to go with yet uh actor it wasn't the may that was another amazing um john dudley moment because uh we've been we've been stalking all morning novi vince trying to spot and sloc or money but we were running around all morning so i comeback totally exhausted i'm like sitting there lighting a pipe ready to have a drink relax a weapon austin tossed in shouting miller lite it's internet you can say whatever he wants to do so i was like oh god would have now so a run down the already standing by the cop grab kyobo an old we go sought to scrap malvo i didn't if it hadn't been ready anything no border nothing jump into some vague could drive down the mountain base call that drive down to the fence a mountain the hill whatever them with you i think the elevation gave is maybe seventy five feet dumb up there what ever and we change difference in hyde ovation difference blah then.
"egeland" Discussed on Channel 955
"Make the peace this them formidable his now egeland lithuania will word he in the nose oman the media both newborn had lobbied v gobbling happen when wooded you keep be zone away me leg way there why the at the my belief please don't the know man to me good by foreign old he'll there out of they take it away just get caught him on no like nothing these wrong eight that was due for the can we got the youth l in view poland left by iran nagy has gone insane i wish i could say was it in sorry thank god the answers you push it injuring down god that blast i wish i made its own comey got at the curse task of poso with a guy inada myself was up with the bottle back on that so there's a when they're word about what are the people thought her belt comfortable a massive is not over in the stars only poses hagen now in me existing on the hager in our lives words only then as the leading good on there and on no these ms mann well as don insane they have a thumb get ready west though you love you always look back and make it was better than a was maybe these are the moments debbie abbott miss with us about this scared that if he's taken about the past while missing out on now we so far kissing throughout find out there make groundless i thus guessing all right now thirdranked groundless mine i guess have posted peter season things those you'd known well i do the guy go jio zia as the it it so news of near the good all day no these medley really call us done of these good duly by just became the youngest female artist whose have passed a 1 billion views on youtube you've got thyroid new rules on channel nine five five target nimroz lebron megan must off crazy voted down open near would say may the wind and bill i know baia the glenn here the unnamed do i the mother the mother flood they'll take up the phone you know is only going to these are who don't new get dramatic three domian brand monet been going uh gone down he and the three he pushed gem four thirty p bullpen name now dan him back for any of the book.
"egeland" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Choice currences at all i mean today central bank hold other currency the there but i don't think that you're ever going to get like you know uh central bank offering the choice of current two that you're gonna have the choice between like do you want um k p morgan us dollars or you one you know a digital dollar at egeland consumers have watch once they're going to look at your grocery he's a day peter room jamie diamond will have to take practices criticism of digital currency i don't think any warmer on eight get your i think that he is going to retire uh when the board you know all the cost of transaction clearing is currently very high is that gonna change in what will change it i think that the people a new other earned lower transaction fees um in sort of what we seen happening already industry if we look back here's ago we would've seen 95 percent of the transactions than usual empty occurring on boxing day i don't have the exact number in front of me i think that now minority which is the ceo and cofounder of block trim under his leadership blocked training has become the market leader digital currency and distributed ledger technology you can follow them on twitter warned more peter peter smith who returned for par two of the center view you next week at the same time by the way this and the order in of comments about the program or suggestions for topics please email me at a closer look at bloomberg guy knack that's a closer look one word at bloomberg dot knack and follow me on twitter arthur levitt one word this is a closer look with article.
"egeland" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"In some cases to make millions of dollars in other cases to support each other and to get back to the region will we we're gonna we're gonna take a break in a few moments i have a couple more questions for you the rid of in the next segment we'll be joined by a jennifer egeland who is who was the founding executive director president and ceo of brazen st louis and now is running brazen global but before we take a break you mentioned these growth groups in some of the things that are educationally focused is there a common thread or like one or two questions at most women have about starting a business a just where the listeners out there so that they have a better idea of and they can identify say oh my gosh i am one of those women what what are some this common things sure so on there's everything from um should i hire staff or should i contract out right now as i'm taking the next step in my business on how do i go through the women are minority business owned process on those types of questions often come out there are questions in terms of space you know should i wear should i office should i have an office should i office should i start um you know at home before i build out in what should i do if i'm looking to make an acquisition and by my competitor so really a lot of questions like that are the type that we here how within our member shot so i guess it's probably safe to say the same things that keep men up at night thinking about their business as of the exact same things to keep women up at night thinking about their business nestor that's absolutely true what a revelation business businesses hard for people orders like a quick break we'll be back to continue talking about brazen we are i'm on location at the brazen headquarters here in webster grove's this is nothing impossible on kmox space the final frontier radiocom celebrates one of the most iconic franchises in that galaxy engages the officials star trek podcast with film critic.
"egeland" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Can't let it go they're going to try to use every divergent every distraction we can't let it go we are not going down you are staying strong with me on this radio show i swear to god but a grace of god almighty a beginning these airwaves and i'm going to say and i didn't know allen and appear in to radio joe egeland radio you know what i'm speaking the truth you know what i'm speaking common said you know what i'm gonna tripoli for you the thing i'm not going to let them take this country down at you call me an old i i'm not going to let them take this country down and everybody feel the same way now you're talking about terror and thank god for the port authority police thank you respect the police you can of where you can wear socks said the pick lisa officers as as as pigs and you're gonna play in the national football league get the hell out get off the field get out of the country simple as that simple as that so with donald trump with all his faults by the way with all the sports is going to stay stand best in support of the united states of america than i'm going to support the president and you deal with it and you deal that you show me something better you show me something better can have a sanctuary city that what we would have i see those politicians stand before the microphones were more time and tell us to be vigilant and now that your responsibility ever we elected you and if you can't keep us safe and you get outta office though tell me tell me all you have to accept everybody uk all know its wartime wartime we were so lucky yesterday in new york and don't forget hope that the cairo mowed down for that the the innocent folks the innocent americans and the westside highway goma every day there was a way they can a modem were that guy he's sitting in the.
"egeland" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Congressman no one can doubt egeland your critics that your legacy is a phenomenal one uh that's not true because this critic sure i mean phenomenally bad his legacy even his critics john conyers is terrible has been a terrible legislator four fifty three fifty four years now you have checked your issues you commit yourselves to them and you see them through i think perhaps the one uh you can share with us day that probably i'll when you look back over your life and your term in washington was the inability to get the total house of the majority of the house to respect and honour your reparations push do you think that these allegations at all will impact that legacy oh absolutely no uh absolutely not merely for my or diminished in any way though it's a buyer or very going through another who shall pass on your the no there uh my legacy will continue to your mind joke thanks for that one up i have a great airmly here in m especially in my holders boy john conyers third uh incidentally i eyeing doors uh my food and congress all your endorsement what were working together uh to me this country a powder one oh sure sure yar tried to get reparations helping to hammer through obamacare oh yeah it's it's two phenomena legacy and now going to be carried on by his children john conyers the third that's what we need that's what we need is like a royal family in michigan just pass it down from father to son just keep the conyers dynasty going in perpetuity.
"egeland" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"The folks you are like planned parenthood will remind you though abortion is just a really small part of what planned parenthood does brennan you will planned parenthood set out a truly ghastly tweet on halloween week they claim it statistically safer for a black woman in the it states sav abortion than actually give birth to a baby that right now all by itself that would be many would consider racist because no black women can take care of their children like other people with other color can plan peres justified this by saying that over the last decade the half a hundred and eight women die during abortions conversely many more black woman died during childbirth that's probably because a lot more give birth them have abortions but i digress this of course does it take into account that for every abortion there's at least one death lupus near many of them very small unborn women abortion is definitely not a statistically safer option just about all of them die and we're still federally funding this group what what not a penny not a penny uh the terror attack in new york city earlier in the week set off a bunch of nonsensical comments president trump said he called the new york city attacker an animal and i think many of you probably said the same thing but for legal analyst paul callan on cnn that way out aligns every day he says things that no other president has ever said and that are really shocking on calling somebody you know in a criminal case as president ice station animal on is know maybe the guy in the street thinks that a lot of people think that but the president united states has to stand with a little bit of dignity when he's representing the country no he doesn't because that's what got him elected sir honesty openness he's just like me that's why donald trump does what he does because people are tired of having political correctness like you just exhibited don't call him an animal even though me you and everybody else things so all the president can't do that well he just did what else was said well president trump also referred to the death penalty was the death penalty distributed evenly over our latest crisis we'll tell you what that's all about when to say what edition of the stick show roles on on news rate your home for lobo sports on the radio all season law reliable talk in the morning with butler discussed egeland is radio kkob integral mortgages the mortgage broker means they work for.
"egeland" Discussed on The Morning Breath
"She's not the things that have made this season a meeting that are the season is so so good i'm sure you're getting that a lot and it's so funny because these in one it was sooner as opening actually really didn't fully trust the process audience interacts season's you i just felt like i just wanna let people and on cement the harder things in life especially with the stuff with cruz it was therapy has he's edna and he didn't want it to be a negative thing for him i am betting product in it because i have so many people are like my sons jean egeland at the saint dna was ninety intestine an ethnic as mom she kind of relate when are your pizza are struggling ends and hosted us probably the most pride about this year as is the fact that an hitting my struggling they sent out there has helped a lot of people makes me happy that's great i mean from what we're seeing now on social media is because we keep up with all you guys rises that new and brandy and carrier in this really good place yes are we going to see that come to life on the show or is that something that happened after production well we only have one more episode in she reunions zeal kind of see that through its to ask the next episodes amazing i hope you guys let's really really am end ends reunion you'll see obviously to three and i started house she ghanimat's usually means ran a pretty reach china richest at randy's daughter's birthday party last week we the threetest talk rashly friends outside of the show which is nice because then you feel like you eugene something let your body's and it's also our because whenever you artless to somebody your feelings hurt so much easier straight like are all which you say that it's.
"egeland" Discussed on BBC Let's Talk About Tech
"Yeah i'll i'll at that time eating you can kill a joe upright and all stuff but obviously there's another to put the abbott apple don't give a licence to anyone to run their pricing system other than there were on the own hardware so you come on we are you can run windows legally on a magp but you can't run a mac os legally on on a windows pse it all tape hiding illegally under the legally bet technically you can do it if they're they're off their audio is this you undertaking to cool if you do it it's not criminal aliens as is well and when you said egeland pirate software i mean arago you people run things go hacking tortous which are are hacked pcs at run like that might maxx and and so forth and and i can recommend that you notice at snl writer idea they click he helped with taibbi seems really got mistletoe toby too quickly you are you convinced that it's not just the hall drive 'cause it in a way sometimes it's unusual for its bohol drive and motherboard on wax and oil liable mild economy that quickly shell my ex external hat hawk drive backed up all the only paul all up i i'll be hot dry in the file wyatt pole foil i can apparently swing it always place but here non unsightly yukon i couldn't find a hole that had that collection of iowa he'll be laid out at night okay you got thirty seconds vowed he ate look i i think the thing is this we need to get more quotes from from people as to young more pin uses to the repairability of that machine if it was just the hall drive it would be an excellent opportunity to swap out the old haunt dry for necessity spend a minute money into that way if the motherboard is really scholz genuinely shaw as opposed to one person has total jim than that's not an economic problem so it's a bring it to a crashing end of thank you joe bffs god thank you enough cdc five live.
"egeland" Discussed on The Bullpen with DA
"Uh time about that leadership role but more you know not not leading vocal egeland is more just that presidents in the clubhouse that that i think a lot of guys she's trying to relax and feel comfortable and know that they're good ballclub in him don't into that astros clubhouse where that are already a good team and they add up peace like that it's just scotts women and you know i think they were the for me there was a handson favorite going into the post season joe we can't thank you know for your time i got one last question for you you spent spring training with the washington nationals the season we discussed this last week what are the washington nationals missing oh man i i guess you have some some wins in the post season because i mean us as far as far as personnel i mean they're they're that cevik gilles i mean you use the only thing that really hampers them is it seems like injury you know sometimes the wrong time uh as i i now flies offense there are as good as anybody uh their rotation was was outstanding and even better than they probably thought this year because deal came out and pits so well um and then you know maybe maybe defensively either through their lack in a little bit so maybe in in some sense they think that can maybe tighten up the defense a little bit but their offense is so good that sometimes you know the their defense they had a little shaky is it's kinda hidden because they're so good offensively so maybe it's fifth kuna that confidence one eight when they get to the post season i think it's just the confidence and know they can go out at when a serious.
"egeland" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Kboi news time is thirty news brought to you by cap at credit union the boise police department says a carded fairly minor damage after crashing through two fences and into a pair of homes investigators say it happened friday evening in a parking lot at the intersection of egeland mcmillan rhodes and whereas started a woman was driving the car when it went through a fence on the south side of that lot car then went through a backyard hit a house on the side car kept going into another fence then went across the street and hit another house or the car finally stopped kboi two tv says a power line and gas line at the first house were damaged officers evacuated neighboring how as for a few hours for safety precautions luckily nobody was injured in that crash including the driver and a toddler in the vehicle officers are investigating the cause over we're in the harvest season in idaho's facing a severe farm worker shortage this year jake putnam with the idaho farm bureau says it's become a big problem for idaho farmers with fears of crops rao in the fields wheaty laco stable legal supply of workers and really that play out too many farms at risk and we can't afford any more of our nation's food supply law in the fields because they couldn't get picked her arbat to farmers rely on four foreign workers many of whom are undocumented to keep their operations running but it's the trump administration cracks down on illegal immigration and fewer americans want to work in the fields some farmers theor they'll lack the workers to plant and harvest the.
"egeland" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Tune into the radio program your home for news opinion and insight right here on wcp t eight twenty where facts mattered at a walmart severe weather on the way i'm christopher cruise police in san antonio texas this morning say they are investigating the deaths of eight suspected migrants in a tractor trailer truck as a human trafficking case fire chief charles who would units arrived mobile egeland back of the on refrigerated trailer i did have racial but it was not working so people will also again dairy stage if you destroy out you keep at least two children are among the did thirty others have been hospitalized in the driver of the truck has been arrested the trailer was in a walmart parking lot police aren't sure where it came from or how long it was at the walmart severe weather in store for some eastern cities today says meteorologist allison chinchar are still have that that forced severe weather today all narrow for detroit pittsburgh washington laurich even around indianapolis the main threats are going to be damaging winds very similar to what we have yesterday but also the potential for some large hail as well as tornado hot dry and windy conditions continue to plague firefighters battling at least fifteen major fires in california correspondent jim rupe says fifty new fires start each day that's an average fifty new fires today most of them are quickly extinguished but they still says cal fire kathy john cleese myth make the battle the real fight yeah so that consummate what you aiding way you're moving resource curve not only english those are trying to create additional resource.
"egeland" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast
"A3rdi haven't seen it also commended at the only bly yet think alike john in covington afflicts on june thirteen is a hello on broadwaynow we don't single out comedy specials very often on the show but since netflixing is releasing an onslaught of them this year at if we want to highlight this one as one to checkout usually at put comedy specials on though on a ticket nap but dont do that for this one i saw over low on broadway in person last fall and it was honestly the best piece of life comedy slash diederwhateveri've seen in my anti lifewhile and you're a trained to our i've seen a lot of stuff and like this was really fresh a half of the shows improvised and then the other half is this really you know i loosely structured sort of story that allows room for improvisation i if you're not familiar with the premise of the show it's it's stems from two comedians nick role and johnmullany who play two elderly upperwest side roommate's named gilfis on endorsing egeland respectively who have their own cable access tv show called a too much tuna i already either a they've been these characters for i think like decades like it something they both started off a doing at very young age together i feel like all its missing is stevebro uh yeah it's it's definitely like a sketch it started from scratch comedy um but as i said the plays largely improvise in every night they would have a different guest on the show uh the the broadway show to get pranked with a sandwich that would have entirely too much tuna it's really really funny and if you wanna see to actors that are able to fully inhabit their characters to the point where they can just think like them and spout out whatever would come to the top of their mind in that given situation you definitely need to check out a hello i can't wait.