29 Burst results for "Elian"

"elian" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

GamesMyMomFound

05:38 min | Last month

"elian" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

"I just play a lot of them. Usually boat but other thing like one of the other characters. There's a cycle guy who also was being experimented on like. You were named strom that australia australia up killing them near the end. Yeah because i am a bad person. After he died. I stomped on his body. And you get a little audio log. From him. And i clapped. I said my god. I put his head on the thing like i made head with him as well deserved it though he he always i. Yeah it is i do. Like how like when elian strasser together. She's like is like this guy is fucking nuts. Should not listening. Because i know trust him. He's gonna he's gonna show me how we can get out of this and then you know. Stabs ellie is the is wrong with through. And it's like someone's been telling you this whole time not to trust this guy acting crazy literally the entire time. He's been there right. He's like reciting steps than isaac is. Like the what's the step buddy. What tell me what it is. It's like you probably don't wanna know. Why is it. messed up as it is to. I mean he just lost three years he murdered everybody ship like he don't know what the fuck you on. Yeah that's that's a good point like you know like the dishonest narrator basically of just like no. We have to trust dress in. It's like you know. Oh no we shouldn't trust. We should not trust dross. Like isaac is basically going turning into stress with his insanity. I mean that's what the the marker does you eventually just going to drive you insane..

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Chicago Welcomes Back Lollapalooza During Pandemic

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Chicago Welcomes Back Lollapalooza During Pandemic

"Chicago hosted its largest mass gathering since the corona virus pandemic hit as the Lollapalooza music festival kicked off Thursday I'm marquees are loaded with the latest the one of Lollapalooza featured Blackpool most Miley Cyrus and Steve Aoki while fans dealt with the usual stuff sunburn dehydration what happened to the rest of their group and a pandemic festival attendees had to show printed proof of vaccinations or a negative Copa test within the last three days AJ Masako of Elian AJ says she feels fans are being safe with the protocols in place I think people are just happy to get out in the sun and listen to live music and it just felt very cathartic onstage and good to be playing live music again

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"elian" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:57 min | 11 months ago

"elian" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"To lower fifties for metro Elian Orange County, mid thirties to mid forties in the eye. He sunny tomorrow with highs in the low to mid sixties. Here's where the warm up comes New Year's Day, but just a little bit right now. Ladera Ranch 58 Yorba Linda 63. It's 59 Claremont, 57 in North Hollywood. We lead local live from the camp. I 24 hour news room. I'm Chris Little. If I am 6 40, we're live everywhere on the I Heart radio app. To Gary and Shannon. Show Mo Kelly in for Gary in Shannon. And just like that, I don't know. It must be magic, or he could teleport. I like they have in Star Trek. Because the Gregory is now here in studio. I just saw you on TV back. Yes, the original. I just saw you on TV. He did? Yeah. No, you know, was it Lincoln Park and because you want everyone staying at home like they're supposed to There's no one on the road. I guess there's that. You know, I just listening to can't fight traffic and I got here is lickety split. I was commenting and complimenting you on being able to manage. Well, let me let you describe it as the pool reporter. What were your responsibilities? Pool reporter it basically you have two. They send out your email in the advisory that goes out. And then reporters that want to ask questions from all the various outlets. They send me their questions, and then I have to sort of put him together. And then I have to try to be mindful of the fact If you notice there, they have to spray the microphone between every question or between every speaker. I should say so. Try to be mindful to put all the questions and stack it where you're all the mayor. Questions air. One time all the chief questions or another time, etcetera. And then you know, and then we'll in there. I'm also taking notes for my stories, and I'm paying attention to what I want to cover. As a result, some monitoring that and then the questions are still coming in in real time sometimes and some in the reporters that know me you're texting either questions. So I'm holding all this stuff, and I'm trying to. Fortunately, fortunately, politicians could be long winded. So it gives me a couple seconds to know. Give me a couple seconds to regroup or come up some questions. And then, of course, I get to ask my own. A lot of questions are similar. And I have to monitor that. And sometimes if they're similar nature, I just compressed Mento. One question. On Dure just doing it all on the fly. What was your main takeaway from the mayor today? As far as his information that he gave about the vaccination sites, the one big thing for me I had no idea that we have to keep up. We have to. We could get more vaccines if we can get him out faster. I didn't know that. When he said that run out of them. They'll give you more. No, but he said, you know you better use the ones you have before we give you more so the faster we use them faster. We get more. That caught my attention. I didn't realize that I thought, OK, Here's your allocation for the month of January. You're not getting any more till February. But what I got from today is the faster we used them and get them out to the public. The faster we get more Something. I noticed that the mayor was concerned that our vaccination rate where that if we were to continue at this rate nationally, he was talking about either between two and four million people. It would take years to get done. So how do we increase either our vaccination capacity? What is missing in this logistical change? Well, and that's the other thing I was catching from. That is that That's why I asked the fire chief about the fact that his paramedics are now going to be trained to administer the vaccine. So what's unusual because it's usually I go to the doctor, and then you heard, Sean Penn say. I want clinicians to show up for the course site, so they want the labor toe be there and be available in, the chief said. Fire chief said to Roz is I will deploy our paramedics out in the field to do this, so it's a matter. It sounds like to me. It's all in the works and tear your question. It just sounds like a soon as they get the labor force trained in authorized to administer it. I think of the ramp up quickly. Heard a degree of my word concerned from the mayor's forest. How we may handle Responsibly or irresponsibly New Year's Eve. You catch that when he's frickin Yes, yes, I actually remarked you could tell he was he. You're right. He's concerned and any and say what you will about it politically or if you love her hate the guy. I could tell by looking at him, and he's angry. Also he's angry. He's mad that it's come to this, I think, and that's why I asked the question. Looking back over the year. How would you rate the city's response? And what would you do? What would you have done differently? And that was interesting. I don't know if you had a chance to have any type of discussion as far as The economic impact of all which is going on and later in the program will talk about And it's not L A. But it's still L. A county if you will, the Rose Bowl going to Texas and the loss of revenue, not having the Rose parade in her house. That has impacted this moment again. Excellent questions that you should have submitted. Well, I'll be you get something to question. I read your question. Yeah. And then did you get the answer you wanted? Yes, I did. Yes, I did. And then Yeah, you see, that's what happens. That's the second time you've done that to me where you've asked a good question, And you wait until now. Economic impact. But you know what? Um Well, I was gonna say I could do that the briefing today, but I don't That's not appropriate Health department not going to know They don't think they even know where the parking lot is. I wouldn't have asked that question when I knew he was specifically talking about the vaccine. And also testing But I just think that's like an ancillary issue in terms of age. Yeah. Huge because a Ziff the infrastructure businesses aren't already impacted Restaurants retail Now you've got those major.

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"elian" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"elian" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

"It would have been interesting to do like just something like alien of steel or something like some sort of playoff of a cow later said man of steel elian of steel where it's like more of a different angle. But it was good. I mean i'm not hater. Itis there is some stuff that was weird in. That's all from the especially issues warning space any other final thoughts on this black friday holiday. I mean i'm. I'm happy to have finally gone to read this. It's it's been on my to do list for a long time. So i know it's one of those that you never wanna admit the not read or when somebody you know someone that you really care about because a friend tells you. They've never watched justice league. Justice league unlimited the cartoon series. And you question your friendship and your reality just just on that there right. Yeah i agree. That's kind of person with ca. Do that either go on without watching that. So all right from all of us that krypton report happy black friday. We hope you have a happy thanksgiving and preparing for a wonderful safe and happy holiday season so remember by our holiday guide looking holiday guide and by the stuff. It's awesome enjoyed bitten sky..

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Why NFTs Are Attracting Everyday People to Crypto

Unconfirmed: Insights and Analysis From the Top Minds in Crypto

07:11 min | 1 year ago

Why NFTs Are Attracting Everyday People to Crypto

"Everyone's been talking about tease or non fungible tokens this week for those in the audience, you aren't sure what those are. If you remember Crypto kitties which were unique collectable digital casn I still think they exist. That's just one example Jake. Can you define what a non fungible tokens and then we can dive into why there's so much chatter about them. Now, absolutely, I mean the simple definition of a non fungible. Is a token. That represents a unique asset work to crypto currencies where we have many units that are all worth the same like if I had one ether Laura when ether those are you know they're the same value but if I had one crypto kitty and you had another Crypto Kitty, they actually might be valued totally differently your crypto kitty might be really scarce and valuable might be resume common, and so non fungible tokens they really represent this this. This class of unique assets that's out there. Into what's been going on with them recently, why has there been so much chatter. Well. As someone who's been watching the space for for a very, very long time for from the very beginning. When Rare Pepe? Images were to be traded on counterparty with it seems like about Elian. Years ago. It's a long time ago. How is before Cryptic Eddie's? I think what's what's actually happening is that the space of non fungible assets is maturing a little bit and what we've seen is actually a little bit of interesting early conversion of digital creators are creating art and collectibles and other kinds of NFC assets, and they're starting to trade them on marketplaces in the volume on these marketplaces is going up a bit and related to that I think investors have matured a little bit in their thinking about the NFC space and they've started to position in. Make investments a venture style mostly so far? In companies that are that are in the NFC space in it's been very exciting. And there's even a little bit of the yells farming thing going on within fifteen. So I think that's another reason people are getting excited because even though the crees has died down from the fever pitch, I still see. In it But you actually wrote a really interesting blog post about an of to any you had like another definition that you gave, which is you said that NFC's liquid intellectual property for digital content. So what do you mean by that? Yes. This is exactly. What I've been sort of saying is like most people have so far rushed off the NFC spaces. People trading funny pictures on you know on blockchain's. and. If you sort of thought experiment a little bit in you in, you start to understand a little bit of a kind of financial use cases that NFC's enable. You start to realize that if you take this view of teas as strong ownership of digital contents. Things get quite interesting and the first thing to observe is that there is just like a lot of different kinds of digital contents. Certainly there's certainly there's collectibles. But there's also three d models or metaverse assets. There's also stock photography. There's also blog posts that people right and then monetize through syndication. There's music on which artists earn royalty. There's movies which get distributed on platforms like Netflix on and so forth, and if you start to count up the number of digital objects on the Internet and in the world, you actually start piling up quite an asset classes of objects, and if you start to think of NFC's is being kind of a very fitting technology to denote ownership of these objects to denote the royalty streams of these objects on the start to get away from a little bit of the speculative aspects like, Oh, I buy Crypto, Katie I'm going to. Flip it to somebody else later, and you start to get into the more fundamentally valued aspects of of non fungible assets, which is like, Hey, maybe, I'll own the revenue stream to Taylor, saw Taylor swift song or album or something like that or maybe I'll own the movie rights to certain like digital character that I'll be able to license out and when you take that view of. NFC's as liquid intellectual property. What you start to realize is that most intellectual property doesn't live on secondary markets today, it's kind of liquid and what blockchain enables is the liquidity of these markets, and so the reason that I'm super excited about NFC is as an investor is I think that we're about to unlock a whole lot of value that previously has been in these non-traded like. Paper rights, but as about to get a lot more digital. So I have so many questions about what he said. But before we can into those, I do just want to make one comment, which is I notice near blog posts that you had a chart of different kinds of content and one of them said written content. And underwritten it was like movies and videos, and I was like what about articles and e books as a writer? I just had a point that you missed. Right there because I would not call videos and movies written content and and also like even just knowing your example when you mentioned blog post. So is like their professional writers to who like a living writing But. Anyway. Okay. So we were talking you were talking about if he's from the Creator's perspective, but I wanted to ask also. So right now as a consumer I already have you know multiple libraries of music that I can tap like you know music stream from apple or spotify or Pandora Soundcloud, etc or you know I can go into these different stock photography sites or whatever. So what's in it for the end-consumer like what would get them to make a switch? Because basically democratize is the ownership in in this kind of content, right? So if if you think about of stock photography site today like getty images or shutter stock or something like that, I mean you're talking about a private business that is facilitating marketplace between stock photographers and purchasers of stock photography like designers or making websites, and so on and so forth. And this marketplace model is exactly the thing that blockchain. Technology in my opinion was really born to to disrupt and what basically wh what can happen is we can replace that proprietary provisioning of the marketplace with a decentralized smart contract based system, which is exactly what marketplaces like like recently wearable have done, and we can give the ownership and the governance of that system to the community of people who are participants in that marketplace, and that's really really powerful value proposition that blockchain's in general

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"elian" Discussed on Ground Zero Media

Ground Zero Media

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"elian" Discussed on Ground Zero Media

"Of information is that. The Nazis. Were defeated. And they went to South America. Yeah, that's always been the the worried that we've had about that. Maybe they have time travel just like in the in the TV show man. Castle, Daniel and Pennsylvania you got about a minute. Good though. I believe that the alien spacecraft is our technology right now. We might have got it from them, but WE'RE GONNA use it in the future. The take a Elian invasion or something to pause mass hysteria and unite this one world order thing and they've been trying to do for a long time. We'll, they're being very successful with with regard to covert nineteen. I can tell you that. I don't think you need an alien invasion. Invasion of break up the monotony. Anything we should be begging for one right now because it just seems to me. Having one would take our minds off of this stuff in the meantime we'll keep you informed of what's going on. No matter what it is. How crazy or weird sound is certainly some weird times we're living in. And we certainly will give you the best reports we can on all this information. Remember where here thank you so much for keeping us here, remember go to pay pal, dot com, and then go to ground zero tip jar g mail. That's ground zero tip jar gmail.com you keep a show on the air. Just give us a little donation. It'd be really nice of you to do so. We'll be back again on Monday. No, he won't. It's Memorial Day. Who knows maybe back? We may not be back. We've got a special project BOB in. We'll give you details. We'll be back..

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"elian" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"elian" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"It's what Lim court Elian honestly look did you want so I mean I believe I don't know is there such a thing as mine I can't read the minds of call so let's take them one eight seven seven six one eight Prager seven seven six we are in Pittsburgh thank Hey mark Davis welcome how are you Frank yeah I'm sort of greater one over here with regards to Bernie Sanders ascertaining that he's going to be the democratic nominee I guess some kind of tossed up as to whether here's his ideology is is is is is presentation of himself with experience with regard to trump I know what trump has done over the years I know that he's done a lot of positive things but I'm wondering exactly where they might where water money standards may stand in terms of in terms of it's a very it's fairly obvious but I'll play ball here for a minute A. as in Alfa Raymond in terms of of of my opposition to it I am for strong but limited government he's for massive expansion of government I am for free market capitalism he is for socialism I am for strong borders he is for open borders I am for protecting the unborn he doesn't mind about the savagery of the on board I believe in climate realism and having good clean green energy is that the marketplace wants he wants to force us into untested technologies on the junk science that man is making the planet warmer I I I I believe in a strong military around the world he did not to deploy everywhere as the world's policeman but just a present of a voice of strength to a troubled world I I can't rely mistress instead so I could kind of go on got about thirty seconds what else you know I guess I guess I understand what you're saying however I think you know as well as I do not know the president can get all that stuff they have to go through with nope no president can come in and snap a finger and make a bunch of things happen it takes not to cause a long time to get into this trouble it'll take a long time to get out but the singular power and influence of the trump years has been a miracle to behold a miracle to be held in terms of what has actually happened getting us out of the Paris climate accords getting us out of your crazier on nuclear deal and and various other things as well John I think you got a scooter my correct mark Davis in for Dennis and we will continue to shop live from the really factor pain free studio something you need to know about the self help with the father son owners they're on a mission to help as many people as possible to get out of pain they've been a consistent sponsor of the show in radio sponsors come and go the with the may even stay for a year or so and then they're gone not so with relief after Pete and Seth are consistent year after year why because tens of thousands of people now taking Robbie factor every day for their back and neck pain shoulder pain hip pain knee pain at several and now they're in less or no pain at all that's the truth I'd like you to try it three we quickstart is just nineteen dollars ninety five cents and three weeks yellow for works how's that is that a great thing or what cancel.

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Do genetic ancestry tests know if youre Palestinian? A cautionary tale of race and science

Science Friction

08:49 min | 2 years ago

Do genetic ancestry tests know if youre Palestinian? A cautionary tale of race and science

"Welcome welcome to size friction on the tension ritual in. Today's episode is Genomic Science to go to striking story for you of the shocks. You can engage when you take a genetic ancestry tests and the problems are not in your Diana. They are in the science. Oh man so so I want you to make mercury eight to buy. Oh my gosh. So she's an American Palestinian cartoonist illustrator. Leaving in Brooklyn New York and when Shae Shea started to draw well I kind of helped his stop making sense of the world. When I was younger all I wanted to do withdraw from Warwick fantasy characters? who were you know exploring some fantasy world adventuring trying to figure out the meaning of war? Yeah you Matz I. She was an intense keyed. He'd sigh relate to that. I'm not even joking. That was my first comic when I was like thirteen or fourteen trying to figure out the meaning of war yes the law plot. What was really hard? Core rate was trying to figure out the world her family stories. We're helping figure out a self my family. So my my Palestinian side of the family were originally from Ramallah they came to the US in the sixties after the nineteen sixty seven war. And and. That's where my father. My mother my mother is mostly of British and Scottish ancestry and they met in DC and the register and Marguerite was born. She grew up in San Francisco but she understood whole lot about the deep heritage in history. If if family I lived with a lot of my extended family on my father's side and and the constantly I mean I think it's a very Palestinian thing to talk about loss. I'm sorry to say Palestine and talk about what was lost in talk about how it was and things like that so I heard very much about out where we were from and how it was there and everything and there is actually a book. That is a congenial logical history of Ramallah so my family needs to say his in this book. This is actually a book that was done maybe thirty years ago. There's actually a recent effort to update the books so this is kind of a big thing and it's very much a Palestinian thing to try to keep memory alive. It's a need to assure after that. Hey you know we exist who've had the we had this entire history. We're going to write it somewhere. We're going to you know. Put it somewhere. I wish I could've seen Palestine back in the day honestly because it just sounds really chill a nice. I'd like to go okay. Okay so mercury thought. She had a pretty clear idea about her ancestry but then she sped into a test tube. Well first half-brother on her father's side spat into a test tube. He decided on a whim to take a day and I taste and he got the results back in he was just blake. Yeah you might want to take a look at these results. He's her kind of weird. Well we'd in an intriguing conaway. Our understanding ending was that from my Dad's side. We were fully half Palestinian half Arab but these results they suggested something different so so we were just like what so marguerite decided to do an ancestry test to this was back in two thousand sixteen. They went through twenty three and me did the all spit in a tube and she said it off to the company twenty-three May and literally Chino. Even more surprises would be in store for her so the saliva gets to our partner lab. The DNA is extracted from that. and My name Ms Joanna Mountain and I'm senior. Director of research at twenty three and me and previously at Stanford with Joanna also did her PhD and specialized in human evolutionary evolutionary genetics. So when customers sign on with the genetic testing and Analysis Company twenty-three May which is headquartered in Silicon Valley. He's what what happens to this speech sample around a half. A million positions in the DNA are analyzed and we get the genetic variants at those half million positions genetic knitting variant. Now that just means some kind of unique variation in your genomes deny say quance so then twenty three and me use an automated computerized Haraz prices to p different stretches or windows of your day and I and then I compare those two James off a reference group made up of individuals individuals from different populations globally. Now what ethnicities are present or missing from that reference group. That's K. as you'll he'll IDA and and we look at each one of these little windows and we say to which people is this individual most genetically similar and we continue as we stroll along the genome looking and saying well at this point this genome looks very similar to people from say Iberia and then we get a little further down in. Wow it looks similar to people from commoner and even in further down. It looks similar to people from Ireland. So there's a method we have that classifies each little patch of the genome by saying. Is this more similar to people from Ireland Orland or from France and then the algorithm says okay the probability that's from Ireland and appropriately. France in whichever is highest. Is the winner there so then we patch it all together come up with percentages for each individual so it's a multi step process and that's what we present to the customer okay so back back to margarite radium waiting for the results from twenty three and May to land in her inbox and sure enough. I got I got the results back and Some of them made sense. You know I knew enough about my mother's side of the family told me that okay. HALF OF ME is British and Scottish Scottish. Okay cool makes sense what came next made very little sense to her. Other half is going on percent Italian Elian it said thirty five percent Italian and then the rest was Arab Specifically Oh what did it say. Think specifically had said western Western Asian or something they actually tried to give me a breakdown of what regions of Italy it came from but they couldn't actually detect wherein Italy. It came from at all Wade. It'll Italian come from and actually I think is sweet coincidence. Is it true that your husband is Italian. My husband is Italian and I did actually when I got the test I did ask him like do I look talion. He was just like no suddenly just like that. Migrate was possibly thirty percent Italian and only fifteen percent western Asian and north African and canete slightly saving detail that she is Palestinian heritage. We'll wait until you hear what happened. Win Twenty Twenty three and may updated her results two years later. It's fairly incredible. I though Hel genetically different we really well at the genome scale there. Her over three billion nucleotides that make up our genome. So My name is Sarah Tishkov and I may professor of genetics awesome biology at the University of Pennsylvania and she's hugely influential Sarah and colleagues published the first pipe to support the out of Africa hypothesis of human migration using analysis of the DNA inside cells Nuclei and has conducted the largest studies of genetic variation in in African populations. We differ at about. I would say less than point. One percent of the genome. So that's a relatively small mall amount of difference to give you an idea of we. Compared the human genome to a chimp genome. It differs at about one point. Five percent of the genome less than point point one percent and yet what is contained within that variation that difference the majority of variation is not functional and in fact that variation is very useful for making inferences about evolutionary history about population history demographic McGrath history tracing migration events and so on the part of the genome it actually is influencing variable traits is important for understanding how how we adapted to different environments during human evolution and also understanding why some people are more at risk for certain diseases than others

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"elian" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"elian" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Three good morning Michael Phillip Elian the six eighty W. C. B. Amerila news center with the headlines making news this hour brought to you by new look home design get a free three D. rendering so you can see your roof before it's done new local design dot com three people injured one seriously following a multi vehicle wreck this morning involving a tractor trailer on I. eighty three in their middle town road officials say two people sustained minor injuries one person seriously injured another person extricated from the vehicle a protest in the streets of northeast Baltimore last evening against continued city violence the so called safe streets rally was meant for residents to convince young residents that resolving conflicts with violence is not the way to get things done a woman carjacked in the parking lot of a Timonium Walgreens at York originally roads the second such incident in that same parking lot in the third in the area in two weeks the sixty eight year old woman struggle with the first suspect before to others came up behind her please don't think the most recent incident is connected to the two earlier crimes a community activist looking to bring back a martial arts program in an attempt to reduce use violence in the city Muneer Behar recruiting teenagers from different neighborhoods and the participants will learn how to control their thoughts emotions and body and will also participate in leadership an outdoor education police searching for the suspect for the armed robbery of a north Baltimore liquor store last night around eight thirty the suspect pointed a gun at the clerk in the store before making off with an undisclosed amount of cash the Hartford county school board approving a new school calendar for next year which includes a new fall term start date the board approved a move to start classes for the next academic year after Labor Day in a move that was strongly supported by county executive Barry Glassman we'll take a look at sports in a moment I think the owner of new homes with twenty twenty under.

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The 5 Best Podcasts for Kids

Feedback with EarBuds

02:48 min | 2 years ago

The 5 Best Podcasts for Kids

"I'm Maggie McGuire. CEO of Penna the first and only audio on demand service for kids three to twelve. The theme. I chose is best podcasts for kids I chose this theme because it Pinna were passionate about. Oh kids audio we call it. Imagination lead entertainment. Here's my list of top PODCASTS. For kids that spark imagination and are fun entertaining and educational. So here are the podcast and episodes chosen by Maggie. Monday's episode comes from Story Pirates and is called glory and the friend adventure slashed the big chance chance featuring Jeremy Sisto. It's thirty seven minutes long. If you are a fan of sketch comedy and musicals then this podcast brings both together in half hour episodes so that are silly wacky filled with music and always surprising. A big bonus. Is that the ideas for each episode written by kids who submit them to the story pirates in the hopes of seeing their stories brought to life by troupe of professional actors storytellers and Comedians. Tuesday's episode comes from brains on and is called the secrets of the spectacular spacesuit. It's thirty seven minutes long. This is a must-listen podcast for curious. Kits every episode delves into why. And how how things work where things come from. And so much more the topics are wide ranging which makes it great for any kid they can learn. How elevators work to the design ideas behind roller coasters in why some of US feel sick when we're writing on them and on and on Wednesday's episode comes from mother-tongue with Serene and is called Italian Elian? It's a quick seven minutes long. This podcast takes listeners. Around the world to learn new words in new languages listeners will learn about culture music food and language and are encouraged to respond to Serena calls to sing speak and repeat throughout the episode Thursday's episode comes from Hero Hotel and is called called the side King. It's twenty four minutes long in this fiction comedy adventure podcast listeners. Meet Chet Zabriskie who works at his grandmother. Z's hotel for superheroes superheroes when trash monsters Glam rock singers and static electric villains invade the hotel all while the heroes are on vacation unwilling to lift a finger. It's is up to chat and his superpower cat boomer to save the day Friday's episode comes from the BBC's animal sounds Affari and is called the luckiest cat in the world world. It's eighteen minutes long. This podcast is delightful and chock full of animal facts along with some weird wacky and slightly gross facts listeners. Find out all about the luckiest cat in the world. How slots go from slackers to superstars and what odd noises? Cute Fluffy Koalas make those. Are The podcast recommendations chosen by Maggie for this week's theme best podcasts. For

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"elian" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"elian" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"They Pappy Grammy down leading in that a sound city curly gives me main street I hate yeah yeah yeah well thank you this is thank you right the window you don't want to right now at this saying not a tape recorder but that was I was looking at a different date with which is usually what do you I just don't want to one he was eighty three she's like that right we begin yeah back in a minute I got yeah I just on my own I go I won't good good good have you won't yes the soon the fact the to combat thanks a lot the fellowship one eleven but not a house that Bobbi win I don't know when it's going to go into they got a hundred to show you a positive now the one that is to go to the mountains and the father funny upon it into in a broad set up about a minute to take twenty K. when you got to go out to dinner and on top and I don't like are you don't make a minimal level you see me with that because I'm going to send your child and are you following he did put it on this piece of back in a minute I got yeah I just on my own I go I won't have you won't ninety three Elian told me about Big Boy about that time eighteen and phone tapping in.

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Sesame Street to launch Arabic-language show for refugee children to help them deal with trauma

People of the Pod

03:03 min | 2 years ago

Sesame Street to launch Arabic-language show for refugee children to help them deal with trauma

"When you're talking with your family and friends at your table this weekend. What are you GONNA be talking? Yeah well I have a three year old daughter and a five year old son and so we will be talking a lot about sesame street this week which celebrated its golden anniversary anniversary. Did you watch this mystery as a kid I did. Yeah Jessica what about you absolutely. And who are your favorite characters. I was always partial to Mr snuffle up this big bird's imaginary best friend and go what about you. I did love big bird a lot. And Ernie and Bert really really were probably my favorites. Though actually wonderful and I was dismayed to find out recently watching it with my children that Mr Smith Aleph guess is no longer I quote unquote quote figment of big birds imagination. Everyone sees him. It was very disappointing to the ranks of the real monsters. Wow that's like saying the tooth fairy doesn't exist well. My favorite character was kermit the frog especially his portrayal of TV news reporter which should come as no surprise But I might soon have a new favorite character and his name is John. John has been introduced to children will be introduced to children in Syrian refugee camps as has one of them he is the Star of Alan Simpson or welcome sesame an Arabic language version of sesame street that has been co produced by sesame workshop and the the International Rescue Committee it teaches letters and numbers. Yes but it also teaches emotional coping measures for the millions. Yes millions of children who have been traumatically they displaced from their homes and may remain displaced for decades especially as countries like the United States. Continue to cut the number of refugees at allows in twelve million Elian refugees. Twelve million six million of them are children and those are the stats get this only two percent of humanitarian aid for education in For refugees two percent and so once again sesame street has come to the rescue just as it did in the late nineteen sixty s when it first debuted John his friend Bosma and Friendly Goat Maza debut in twenty countries across the Middle East in February twenty twenty via satellite dishes in the refugee camps. And from time to time there will be guest appearances by Cookie Monster Grover and elmo. I have to say cookie monster was one of my favorites as well. The project is funded with a one hundred million dollar grant from the Macarthur Foundation and the grant also covers direct services to the families whose children have never been outside the camps and therefore they don't know fundamentals that we take for granted such as imagination or basic information like fish. Come from the sea while the focus will be more on emotional tools these fundamentals annals will also be covered as well and I really do applaud sesame workshop for taking this project on and I say. AJC is also exploring new ways to reach out to The era world in the Arabic language. And we'll be hearing more about that in the months to come but this project in particular is just really fascinating to me. And that's what we'll be talking about at our Table

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The fall of the Berlin Wall

Monocle 24: The Urbanist

09:00 min | 2 years ago

The fall of the Berlin Wall

"So as years ago this Saturday a wall slicing through the heart of Berlin and separating the Soviet controlled east from the British American American and French secured West Foul after twenty eight years. The Iron Curtain had been breached. Thousands of East Germans came across the border. Today perhaps more than one hundred thousand so many that border police lost count and at every border crossing the thousands of West Germans there to say welcome off the second mode will the Potsdam agreement divided control and reconstruction of Germany between the victorious allies and with the British and Americans not willing to hand full control of the capital over to the Soviets the city was similarly a divided but with Berlin residing in the east the agreement men that a Western en clave was born and the west of the city became a potential escape route for eastern defectors east. Germany was losing its best and brightest and flows in charge. Something had to be. He done so in the early hours of the thirteenth of August nineteen sixty one barrier began to be enforced. This story has all the hallmarks of a political story. Still Alive and kicking today at its heart. The Berlin Wall was an immigration issue orbit one of keeping citizens in rather than out we used to be on together's then about twelve thousand years ago. We began to stopping together. As and at that point when static everything everything you have is precious to. You is also static. If you are feeling concerned that somebody else might covet your goods at that point you will defend them and building. Wolves will be part of that. And that's where the wool building started about twelve thousand years ago. It was no point until them. And before that and it has been throughout history whether it's the walls of troy the walls of Jericho Constantinople etc etc and most walls barriers and fences are physical manifestations stations of something much deeper which is the concept of us and then which was true in the time of the Great Wall of China one side barbarians the other side civilization and it's true now of trump's wall they are all these manifestations of division. That's the author author journalist Him Marshall who quite literally wrote the book on walls divided. Why we're living in an age of walls? Chronicles the thousands of miles of fences senses and barriers in our world and how they affect the political landscape too. So how did this particular wall come about the Berlin Wall and the subsequent fence which then fenced off East Germany from West Germany is actually probably a one off in the this will is actually a prison wall to keep people in so they count escape. What is most wolves That we don't want that law over. They're coming over the will to us so it is different in that respect as you get to the late. Nineteen fifty s Germany was divided into zones as one of the losers of the second world. War The problem was that the American can Marshall Plan was already kicking in and the western areas. We're doing much better economically. And so of course people in the Russian sectors sectors of East Berlin voting with their feet and in the years running up to when it was built a couple of million East Germans thought look the standard of life is much better over there and they started moving now. That is a direct challenge to the Russians to the Soviet Union and to the idea of communism because because if it is a physical manifestation is. That's working better for me I'm going that suggests something about your system. So they could not put up with his hemorrhaging. Both at an economical level. All of the workforce but probably more importantly for the Soviet Union and its populations. They can't put up with that because it's a challenge to their concept that our always life is the better way of life for everybody and people supported and so over night one night when the wall and the flow of people was cutoff immediately. I've been in both when the wall existed. But also he hears later and what struck me in the years. I've been since as I find it quite hard to imagine where wasn't people so this is where the war was. This river was a place where people use to try and swim across this dividing line. How complicated indicate it was it to divide a city when you think of our city London how you ever run a fence across the middle of it that would be effective? Well the Russians and East Germans had the advantage of not being directly answerable to their the peoples living there and there were the sectors as you know there was the French control sector British American and there was the Russian control sector so as they had control over that sector and the Americans. The British couldn't say no you can't put at a brick on top of another brick there. They simply walled off their sector unless said they did he overnight. They brought huge concrete slabs in and other things things fencing and they did it overnight but it wasn't politically difficult insofar as the other occupying power bill and didn't have a say in it so obviously go with the contours of the sector. They occupied and that was East Berlin. I mean if it'd been southbound South Bill would now be that buzzword that we have in politics not East Berlin just geographically. That's how far they got the sector that they took for centuries raise walls have been built to keep out invading armies but this was the first wall in all recorded history to keep an entire country from fleeing fleeing into West Berlin is three and a half million before the war was erected if the gods were there guns unsuccessful in keeping people from fleeing that there's the barbed wire if they crossed that that was the wall they reached the top. There was the broken glass and with that a city was divided. Millions of Berlin citizens were now defined by their street address. Peter Miller what is a journalist in East Berlin and the author of nine thousand nine hundred nine Berlin Wall my part in his downfall. Peter told us how he ended up with quite peculiar assignment. I immediately joined Reuters news agency London after finishing university and they sent me straight away after working as a trainee. They sent me to Brussels when I came back to London later about six months and then they say well how up in so it's my job. It's okay I don't Germany level moral and they said well nothing much happens at least seventy days. I'd say a couple of minutes but anyway they put me in there because they'd has the office since easterly separated in nineteen forty nine and a want to give it up because no other non German news agency had enough us on eastern side. The rule. So I I've lived in Paris and lived in Brussels. I thought it was just too good enough for two minutes and slightly disconcerted. I went there and discovered the billion Elian accents and started to pick it up and at the same time had to world. The when I was about to bury I hugged together would be East Germany. which was shook but I ended up there and I found probably one of the exciting places I'd ever be and so there I found myself going through checkpoint quite chilly and finding of flats it Roy says head for study use it was quite doubting? Tell me what was life. Like for a a journalist working in eastbound at the time did you have a sense that you are being watched by the infamous stars e the secret police. It's there's two sides to that question. was that ever since the Russians have done these German Roy shooting in Nineteen fifty-six and he just really accepted it was nothing we could do. Getting cross the Woolworth always dangerous restatements. Who tried to many had been shots and really very so nothing happening city except funding the old dissident who is willing to speak out yes? He took that for granted. Then only after the wolf find became done. We discovered that they started the headed. Twenty nine microphones in the FLACCO. Black I live in which was expected to be a little bit. Quite that many life for foreign journalists in East Berlin was clearly a well. Mona set one for many many in these Ovo life did go on. They wanted to escape and they took risks with their lives and hopes of making it to the West. I am what was seen as freedom.

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Why 'The Last of Us - Part 2' Delay Doesn't Worry Us

Beyond!

09:46 min | 2 years ago

Why 'The Last of Us - Part 2' Delay Doesn't Worry Us

"We are of course meeting to talk about the fact that the last of us are too has been delayed it got a February twenty twenty release date just a month ago I think literally a month days we're recording I was at the preview event for the game and then they announced the release date on September Twenty Six for a February twenty twenty release now if confirmed this is actually going to be released on May twenty ninth twenty twenty Neil Druckman wrote a letter that I just I'm going to read briefly on the playstation blog he wrote I mentioned the release date change I know it was just about a month ago when we had our big blow out for the game leading media play over two hours of it along with debut in our new story trailer and revealing the release date the positive response we saw from our community was overwhelming you can feel the energy among the team members after working on something for so many years it's invigorating to get a glimpse of validation for all the hard work however it was during the last few weeks as we were closing out sections of the game that we realized we simply didn't have enough time to bring the entire game up to a level of Polish we would call naughty dog already at this point we face we were faced with two options compromise parts of the game or get more time with the ladder and this new release date allows us to finish everything to our level of satisfaction while also adducing stress on the team while we're relieved that we won't have to compromise on our vision were disappointed that we weren't able to avoid this exact situation we wish we could have foreseen the amount of Polish we needed but the size and scope of the game got the better of us we hate disappointing our fans and for that we're sorry we hope you understand that this additional time insurance that the US partout lives up to our collective ambition as well as our at the highest levels of quality we know the extra few months will add to what may already be an excruciating wait for all of us we are grateful for your patience and continue support come next May he will finally rejoin Elian the last of us are to Neil so at that statement I wanted to of course up twelve U. and ask how you feel about this delay did WANNA point out one thing for me that's really great about the statement is during the fact that this is both to polish the game to make sure lives up to quality but also to reduce stress on the team right yeah that's I think that like sore healthy that sentence was included and that where seeing that from this caliber of a studio are where people are actually going to turn around and pay attention it's super important to avoid crunch with you know where you can and and I just think it's that was the best sentence and that whole statement I also think that this is a pretty like part of the coast delay I'm not worried about all I think it sounds like it's going to be for the game it's going to be best for the team it's healthy delay there's a difference between the healthy delay and then a series of unhealthy delays a lot of people ooh this is a bit worrying and it's like no no no this is completely fine this is not a duke nukem forever scenario right this is a small delay in order to polish the game rather than a series of studio mishaps and disastrous comical area areas which was the story of this could be Duke nukem forever scenario if this continues to happen and for the next decade yeah hope they're adding a mechanic where you can pick up your own feces yeah that was I think one of the defining things that have been missing naughty dog games no like like you said I think the the conversation it's happened around crunch over the last few years has been a lot more significant than I think most people give it credit for I think the average Gamer sort of looked at that and like well this doesn't affect me everybody has a hard job and it's like you're right you do and that should be addressed at your place of work as well if there was an industries dedicated to covering what you do for a living hopefully those issues would come up quicker but the fact that this conversations come up so often and it came up with red dead it came up with I mean even since the start of this gene ration- That game rise was one of the first things I remember seeing an xbox with the studio tweeted out we've we've ordered over four hundred thousand pizzas for everybody I eat late when they're working on our game and everyone was like that's not cute that's bad like you should scope your project better so it doesn't happen like that So if this means that those the people working in this game can go home and see their families and husbands and wives and kids and pets great like this means that this game is a catastrophic I sir I doubt it so I think this is definitely a positive thing the interesting part of this is that this means that Sony doesn't have a significant Q. One game period the First Party game that we know about so they not first party they do I we were talking about this off air and then I remember it because I just looked up a calendar they do have a much smaller release in the audience reach Marvel's Iron Vr oh which was really coming out within a week of the last part to yes obviously having a big flashy marvel game for your Vr headset that will hopefully sell more during black Friday is not a bad thing to have but I in terms of the traditional release late that we'd expect collages in the First Party right yeah we are missing that especially for something that is you know would essentially be a core ps four game yeah something that is for part of Yes white proxy of a of a four hundred three hundred dollars hat yeah I enjoy it it's still a big if assigning next year yeah I mean those two games and then ghosts and then I five and that's all we know about so far who knows what else has come it's really exciting you played the last speech to you played a couple of hours of it was there did you walk away from it being like this this game is really missing quality or Polish Elliott couldn't pick up any of the dogs poops really bummed about that Tina wouldn't let me publish that exposed to clean the yard that's terrible I do you know that that was from the dogs you're right it's a pretty tough world out there I know I mean obviously that I don't want to know what a clicker poop looks like the the obviously that was meant to be a slice of the game that they polished up for us to place the but even with that in regard it felt pretty well polished like if I was playing that on release of a game I really wouldn't have batted I ran really well all the nation looked pretty fluid a there was nothing really that gave me the sense of Oh this is pretty far back in development but of course that is a small slice of the game and maybe the speaks to me spoke to Neil Druckman at that time and he was like what you've seen as such a small bit of the game maybe that's really true yeah I think it's also with mentioning that in our of all major studios naughty dog in my mind is kind of known for that extra level of Polish like I have never played a naughty dog game that that Janki or a bit like broken in one section it's always no matter what you think of the story of the pacing will the other things you might want to criticize it's always like they always at the utmost level of Polish and so I think for Neil in the came it's probably polishing stuff that we wouldn't even think of this as you know for them it's it's that sort of one thousand percent thing so yeah I highly doubt that this is a big kind of overhaul but they need to do it's going to be just it's just about cleaning it up a little around the edges I wonder if this is I mean obviously leading stresses huge it's great that they're moving away from crunch for that and giving it the Polish it needs but also kind of getting out of the way of anything else that's happening in that era we we've got a pretty loaded front half of next year so yeah I've brought up the list right now of what we know and just to quickly go through stuff that playstation would have January we'll have Z. CACA rot February will include February's actually a little bit quieter let's see what else now arches watchdogs march is the so watchdogs got delayed this morning as well Oh did ask the interesting thing all the major twenty twenty February now quieter than we would have expected to still has ironman VR but gods and monsters which was releasing within a few days of the last of us is also delayed. Okay Yeah Ubisoft this morning also delayed Gaza monsters watchdogs Legion and was quarantined. Do we know anything that's coming out like early June Taylor I'm telling the mayor so may the only thing we know the latest the state for a major AAA release is marvel's vendors which will be two weeks before the last of us right now April basically the second quarter of the year is cyberpunk in April than Marvel's avengers in May and now the last part I mean this seems smart because you do get that you get the stuff that was sort of the holiday okay window that gets pushed and more and more seeing that kind of bleed over like we're talking about right now and then there's always the sort of the early early early fall late summer stuff but the first the first last of us was that was June was busy three yeah came out her kids are out of school shouldn't be playing the game because it's dark but you know it's a good time for kind of also just if you look at the calendar and you're like when is there going to be a lot of competition it's like you own the conversation doing it that we yeah well this is I think the naughty dogs one of the few studio that doesn't necessarily have to worry about the release because they're games sell tens of millions of units they're far and away from the best selling games on playstation and the PS four has a massive install base and we'll only have a big one after Christmas so I think that like this is their probably less concerned about playing keep away or having the dodge major releases the closest thing that I could see eating their lunches cyberpunk and they'll now be a month in like a week away from there they are I mean touch different games it's not like it's not like this any kind of danger of cannibalizing

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"elian" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"elian" Discussed on KCRW

"Cosmic sounds he downloaded off the internet they can convert the electromagnetic waves that are emitted in space to some version of what you might call a sound wave and it sounds very creeping. turning the Joneses and set the sieve music internet phone journalists into the scene he said no of course and as soon as he would be talking about right okay he said no no what I'm hearing time movie is actually sounds of Jupiter wanna hear it and he was fascinated or recess listening to those sounds helped him create the lonely celestial world at the film's main character as he made his way to Neptune it helped me visualize really what we can't visualize the void the endless wait the infinite the frightening aspects. because we can't really understand the indifference of that void and I just found that was very powerful to hear the electromagnetic waves of the planets themselves IT help you sort of get inside of that. Floyd if you will wrestle sounds pretentious hack but you do the best you can to trying to internalize in this case it's space it's not so easy. gray listen to the electronic drones by French composer Elian ready and sitar music by Ravi Shankar. sometimes we even played music for the cast and crew when they didn't have to record sound. tradition of went back to the silent films they used to play music on the set of course for the actors enough to worry about Tyler. Gustav Holst planets was on ray's.

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"elian" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"elian" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I want to say about comedy but are they worth the salt you're right about that thank you buddy for what you've been doing share it yeah Elian all Mars out there now saying the questions about her affair or stupid question she's not having an affair the whole the fact that approximately one third of our campaign funds that she raced went to this I knew she apparently had an affair with for which there's now been a complaint filed by the national policy center a buddy at Pete Flaherty that's a dumb question don't ask me questions about that and I'm sure don lemon in Chris Cuomo Jake tapper can vote Jamie Peters you know the conga line of usual leftist I'm sure they're gonna be all over this Hey want to get to the bottom of Omar the anti semitism they could tolerate that the anti Americanism they could tolerate that but surely they will be able to tolerate the fact it looks like she was lining the pockets of her lover hello they cut tolerated John Kennedy and Robert Kennedy and Ted Kennedy and Bill Clinton and so were some maybe they will tolerate yeah I think they will alright let's see who else is out there let me pull this up Robert Murch said California the great W. Y. O. S. go how you doing Abbas a quick question constitutionally the first amendment freedom of speech freedom of the press what what would stop somebody in Congress from introducing a bill that would have a media accountability act where if you spend PL two years say in something that was false and it was proven false you extreme amount of time making the record straight or if it's on the front no no not yet I can get slow down you know the first amendment Congress can't pass a law that micromanages the media hello where they actually got here well and producer just turned yep I can hear you now okay all no just where if they if they have it on the front page of the times above the full eight now soon Sir Congress can't do that you either believe in the constitution you don't Congress shall make no law no law that's what it says regarding the first I mean okay I I'm I'm confused I thought no law was on the second amendment of the first amendment is the first available but Congress shop I'm helping you Congress shall make no law good look it up Google thank you for your call we'll be right back ban.

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Trump thumbs-up photo with orphaned baby in El Paso sparks controversy

Mac and Gaydos

08:30 min | 2 years ago

Trump thumbs-up photo with orphaned baby in El Paso sparks controversy

"One of the things I think he is probably the worst president in the history of mankind is going into let's say a plague Judy is happened a disaster in trying to sue the people trying to do the right things we try to emoting console them this picture is sickening this picture is wrong on so many levels and there's so many finger point state or finger pointing to go on but again it comes back to the president how would you as a remember this guy's children to how would you as a parent or how would you as a person want to even do this picture I I thought it was an interesting but did comment that that person made I don't know who is speaking there that it should have been staged ever how bout you don't stay let's talk about the actual picture okay so he is at the hospital in el Paso there is a man standing to the right of him our E. has the First Lady standing to the left of him and she is holding a baby now the baby she is holding is now an orphan the baby she is holding you probably remember this story when the gunman went in to that Walmart and started shooting people there was a dad and a mom who shielded their baby from gunfire and were killed and that's the baby that malign your trump is holding and Donald Trump has a blank eating grin on his face a big smile and a thumbs up what comes down to you because I think it sucks I think it's a terrible picture and you've also got mulanya there smiling eyes though as though they're they're they they rescued the baby which doesn't make any sense to me either nothing to smile about not overall no reason to take a picture with that child there you go and that's why I say there's many fingers to point here the people on either side are the biological family of the baby why would they agree to this I don't know but I'd I'd I want to give them some grace but I'm having a hard time the hospital why would the hospital allow this child to be photographed like this because now the child is not an anonymous child the child is now at the center of a controversy which the child has no choice this two year old has no choice and now much like the Elian Gonzalez remember that that photo of the person going in from the swat team trying to take Elian out this person is now this little babies at the center of of of a political controversy which I can't stand and this president has allowed it he goes to el Paso and and also I think you tried to do good he just doesn't get it yeah he doesn't understand where he is he doesn't understand that there are families that are planning funerals and he's sitting there smiling with his thumb up as though he's been successful in what nothing exactly I mean you X. he doesn't have anything to do with the shooting in el Paso no I know a lot of people argue all well right right is that we're not even to get into that if he's going to a place where tragedy struck there's no smiling and there's no thumbs up and I don't know why you would want to bring a baby into into a picture like this if you want to listen if if no one you trust what to go behind the scenes and hold the baby right good yeah I absolutely I think that's great don't bring the baby out for a photo op you said something interesting to that this may lose him the election now I didn't I didn't know not really I I in I will use it you know I do is this the photo that we will look back on and say you know that cost him the election I don't know I don't think so I I don't I don't I don't know if you can point to one thing and what we know link I just think when you take a picture like this you've got a you've got to think just this guy really know all right where he is and why he's there because while he was there he bragged about crowd size the last time he went to el Paso and had a speaking engagement it's not a debate over arc a Democrat not about you right right and so I don't think eight AM and this sounds awful but I don't think you'll lose the election based on a photo or a tweet or really anything because he's with his supporters want him to do what he's doing and they will either compartmentalize or forget or kind of go he cringe worthy but you know what he still better than a Democrat and we'll be stuck with this guy for four more years well and you know what the Democrats are doing a whole heck of a lot either and you know I know you can say this better what Beto o'rourke is running for president he is used this el Paso shooting well twelve had on hold to hold on hold axis he is from there as well and I understand why he's building and he's used it and he's you why shouldn't he use it to when it's his hometown if you can I jump that if you think it's okay that's fine it's just not my opinion is he's a Democrat too so I get that is right I just don't understand why you would say he's using it when it's his home town he is using that he's everywhere he's he's talking about he's good to you he has catapulted his his campaign from almost zero percent and now he's kind of moving in the right direction why because he's a politician just like trump and they use these type of of things to look at this picture we look at this picture so take your picture there are there been pictures of you know past presidents in past presidential candidates and you look at it in you laugh like you know the Clinton hugging Lewinsky you know in a crowd yeah yeah John Kerry wins Salih looks ridiculous Michael Dukakis in the tank I mean that lost in the election George W. bush a picture with brownie and Katrina and things that I don't have a job no I I just I mean I didn't know that something look as bad as this would happen but earlier this week when we heard that the president wanted to go you know it's gonna be a lose lose anyway because people are they don't want in there but if he doesn't go any loose it's right all you have to do is just don't put your stupid thumb up and grin while you're looking at a little baby orphan don't take pictures at all don't put any public pictures out when you go to a hurricane ravaged country or excuse me like a state right don't blame it all on Texas you know doesn't well the Texans they were out their boats and they were watching hurricane no they were trying to survive don't go to Porto Rico and throw paper towels IT people who haven't eaten in five days and don't have it don't have a place to live don't go to California where the wild fires killed eighty five people and say Hey I'm just gonna start blaming you know who won all this stuff don't go don't win Charlottesville happens don't say this very nice people on both sides don't do it right so so my bottom line here is is the president of the United States Donald Trump I and I mean this very sincerely should never ever show up at a hurricane at a shooting stay at the White House any disaster no disasters you're the worst I've ever seen at it don't do it I would go even farther and say don't show up in public period don't you can help you out yeah I I I know but he could be he could certainly curtail the social aspect of these rallies that he has or these meetings that he has because all he does is open his mouth and insert is for it every single time we talked about this with was it was it Porter Rico or was it was it used to we actually discussed what what's the over under how many minutes into him landing would it be for him to make a gaffe do something stupid and boy wouldn't it be great if you got in and got out and said nothing of course didn't happen in el Paso no no no no and this was a catastrophe earlier in his presidency where we were actually talk about boy if you could just get in and get out and not do anything it's not it doesn't happen it does not happen with this president I've never seen anything like it thrown yet never sitting on the line you was the one who tweeted it as a mom why would you got to know that you got to know better and as a staff somebody should get on her Twitter account and

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"elian" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"elian" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"I can't see in your he pursued my I just want to gain I just want to congratulate Elian phrase I want to congratulate them inspired me they did Elian who phrase Fraser Fraser is his name Frasier is it Frasier I believe Fraser from Australia yeah I don't rate at least that's what they kept saying that I've never actually seen as names will that I calm phrase but freight I believe it's razor and that Frasier so there's no I in there I do not believe there is I know her obviously how better than I know him but they're just such good people I like them and their families are so nice and all that meet the dog that was in the dog the dog was there but not at the wedding they brought the dog but the dog was not in the forest okay what was going to bring that up yeah I guess they're out there for like two weeks a brother that I don't really know I I thought the dog will be in the way the forest yeah I know I know I would have loved the dog had been there but it was a very it's just wonderful let me ask you this question and then we'll we'll move on let's say okay so that happened no big deal wedding hook up that's fine now everybody comes back to Chicago right real life were back at it we're back in the everyday what is what is the what if bride circles back it was like okay that was the wedding thing whatever but you guys will live in the same city you should have dinner or something do you do you do you do you entertain that why not yes or do you be like no I remember the guy you hooked up with the wedding and that what is I have to do with anything I'm just asking I'm asking you entertain course or do I be like and she didn't she didn't want to make sure he's in Australia ready ZZ back in there yeah no I don't think it will it wasn't like we were both vying and then she chose him like we never met we met I met I met her like and she's based on her way out the door so like yeah it was it now that would have been something and see if we have both been talking to her all night and then she goes home with the other guy that you'd like me right and in that sense that but definitely entertain afraid if I do I can you ever get out of your head the first time you ever saw this person who you're not dating to it when I was somebody else yeah yeah yeah we all get it in you know all of us do yeah yeah you're right yeah I mean I mean I was somebody need to be so for even right yeah mate he died when he met a phones no its neck I heart radio music you should know featuring stayed trampoline.

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"elian" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"elian" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Elian the six eighty W. CV Amerila news center with the news of two thirty brought to you by the big screen store get to seventy five in Sam song four K. TV's for only nineteen nineteen tropical storm berry is formed in the Gulf of Mexico and forecasters say it could become a hurricane as it threatens Louisiana's coast the British navy says they stop three or Ronnie and para military vessels from disrupting the passage of a British oil tanker through the straits of Hormuz in a brief but tense stand off stemming from the United kingdom's role in seizing an Iranian supertanker just a week earlier to Aberdeen apartment communities had numerous rain check stolen from their locked drop boxes Aberdeen police say the suspects were caught on surveillance footage the suspects left both scenes together in a small Mazda S. U. V. Maryland's Attorney General Brian frost now claiming a federal appeals court got it wrong when I turn around and emoluments lawsuit against president trump a three judge panel disagreed they ruled that Maryland and DC had no legal standing in the case right now the inner harbor in downtown Baltimore it's eighty two degrees it's eighty right now at Baltimore Washington international Thurgood Marshall airport reporting it to thirty one I'm Michael full ability six eighty W. CBM news source Black Friday summer sales two seventy five in Samsung four K. TV is just nineteen ninety nine plus able to two thousand dollars on Samsung TV Black Friday pricing now stream store and a big screen stores our price is best once we double the Samsung warranty.

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Islamophobia: a 21st-century hatred

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

05:34 min | 2 years ago

Islamophobia: a 21st-century hatred

"Joining me, first of all, is the writer poet, speaker and contributor to the folly, it's not about the burka, Salma el-watani some welcome to the program. First of all, I think when we're talking about representations of Muslims and Islam in the media of the non-islamic world. It is difficult to know where to begin. I think a place to begin is probably about September twelfth two thousand and one when it strikes me that quite a lot of the western media kind of discovered Islam was that. How do you think it felt to a lot of Muslims? I think so. Yes, because I remember when that happened, I felt, this discernible shift in my life at life changed for me as a Muslim. Living in England. It visibly changed. I felt the shift. Suddenly, we will ask more questions. Suddenly we were asked to validate your existence in this country more, and you could almost appreciate that it would happen in America and not in England, but it traveled overseas. Right. So we were still off to validate are places. I remember if you're growing up Muslim, and you have family members who availed, so I used to whether headscarf, my mother still wears the head scarf. So we were visibly Muslim in the street and a love eggs were throwing eggs thrown us. And after nine eleven there was just more. There was more basin street. There was more things Hilda us because suddenly the media, we're talking about Islam more, and they weren't talking about it, and positive ways it was in direct accord, with what happened over in America. Those incidents of the coin, you're talking about, of course, that's very much people not asking questions. That's people acting on the basis of answers. They've already arrived at themselves. Do you get the sense though in the nearly eighteen years since then that? The media as a whole is learning anything, I want to be a very positive person and say, yes, however. I'm going to level with you. I think we are, perhaps, in one of the most dangerous places that we can be with our representations of Islam and the Islamophobia that the media perpetuates I think we are a place where we're talking about it so much now and we're talking about in ways, we haven't really talked about it, right? As the rise of ISIS has come about, and the Paris bombings and the next event and the next event, and jihadi brides and jihadi person going off here and runaways to Syria, as all of these things constantly hit the headlines which walking about Islam in the press in ways. We even we win in nine eleven pre-nine eleven post nine you think in some respects it's actually getting moose. I think is getting worse. Yeah. I think we're really pivotal point where we're talking about it, but we're not asking questions to find out about learn about it. And I don't think there's any of the community that constantly hit the headlines in such negative ways. So regularly, as Muslims do, do you think any of the point absolutely taken? But there's a kind of inbuilt. Structural fault. If faulted need it is with the news media that all the things that you do mention news, whereas, I guess, the overwhelming majority of Muslims or indeed, any member of any other cohort just sort of getting up and getting on with their day in meaning, no harm to anybody at all isn't news. I'll tell you. I think that is, I think, because all those are the members of other religious communities, generally have representation Muslims. Don't have representation outside of Ana killings and terrorism. That's why we exist. So if someone does want to make a film, and I say representation across literature, of course, media across the arts across government. We don't have that representation. So when you do see a Muslim, in a film, you can bet it's terrorist number night, isn't it? Oh, it's someone at the beginning of a film, who is doing the cool to prayer. So you've got this Elian language coming in, and then that person is then the person that blows up, whatever we've decided to blow up that day there's no Muslim families in sitcoms and dramas in. Films as Muslim characters that generally exists outside of terrorism. So when you're counter-balancing that with constant headlines that message just reinforced, and I guess the other side of that question is, is there a problem with? And whether it's it's laziness or mendacity, I'm not really sure of, but with certainly certain of the representatives of Islam that the media settles upon thinking of an example in Britain where ludicrous amounts of present time, we're given to Anjem Chowdhry, who is a fundamentalist buffoon, who I suspect speaks for about, as why diffraction Britishers lamas. I do. Exactly. That's the point I'm making with representation, as well as the other voices on that counterbalances. So think back to America before they passed the gay marriage. I d-, right? There was no representations in their media of gay families all gay people living, just being gay, and living and having storylines outside of the fact that they were gay characters. Right. And then you had sitcoms. Like modern family and hugely popular shows like Ellen generous. Okay, and these things coming out and then suddenly America was very easily able to pass that acts in a way that I don't think they would have been able to, to implement political change without ju- representation across their media. So when I say, we don't have representation, of course, on media, and yes, that's different in terms of the representation in culture to what we have in our politics and legislation. I think there's a direct link there, because when all you see an all you hear the voices of these crazed fundamentalists these crazed people that don't speak for the Muslim population in England. They are constantly seen as the rhetoric. They're the people that were like, well, that's slam

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"elian" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"elian" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Elian Gonzales covers baseball for ESPN a lot of it out on the west coast. He's seem to dodgers. Stop you seem to angel stuff. You seem to San Diego Padre stuff and Ellen. It's, it's good to have you. Thanks for having me BUSTER. I think this is my longtime listener. I think my debut on the podcast, so honored nice. Well, you went off and did that football thing for a while. Otherwise, you would have had you on. So I did I was thinking of you on Sunday, I was chuckling because on Sunday morning. We get the notes whenever stuff is posted on ESPN dot com. Ed, you did a piece on engine review, and I think it was the headline was something like one hundred engine rea- could be the like a modern day Greg Maddux in terms of the way that he pitches. And then as the day goes on, like later, one of the stats guys came up to me Wrigley field. He goes, hey, reuse got a no hitter. And I was like, all right. Allie? Like, like the perfectly time story. I always tell people who ask about who do you root for say you root for story. So I was guessing is a game was going on. You're kinda wrote over that. No hitter to be thrown. Yeah. I kinda was it's funny because hunching obviously pitched really, well five days earlier. He threw threw that shutout against the Braves, ninety three pitchers that we going to post the story that night to run the next morning, and then what do you know Mike? Fire slow the no hitter. They're like you know what? Let's say so then, hey, you know what? He's been so good lately that whatever, anytime you take some out, he's probably going to put together a pretty good start. So tell me why you think that he's gotten better. I just think he's always had. He always had talent obviously coming over from South Korea. He was pretty good. Those first couple of years in the major leagues but well, one thing talking to often Barnes, he, he talked about how he's maybe learned a little bit over time about just maybe cut evaluate himself how to study the opponent going into games. I think that part of it has gotten better with hunching, but I think the biggest thing wanting that they've Robertson talk about is that just he has that major those major arm issues that kinda robbed them basically two full seasons. And so he finally got back healthy in two thousand seventeen and he was good, not great. But that is suing off season was the first normal. Off season that he had had in a while. And he was able to with all the years of experience that he had built up. He was able to kind of prepare for season in a normal fashion for the first time in a long time. And you saw how good he was in twenty eighteen Justin Turner has made the point in a couple of times that had hunching that's suffered that leg injury in the middle of the season, he would have probably gone Cy Young votes. He could have made a serious run for the National League Cy Young award last year. And I think all you're seeing this year BUSTER is just sort of the continuation of that of just how good of a pitcher he is and unfortunately, like he's sort of been under the radar because the injuries have been so prevalent for him throughout his career. But the reason why that's story touched on Greg Maddux. It was actually a cop from from Russell Martin who caught his last start against the brave, and I went back and I looked at that sort, and I looked pitch by pitch because I remember watching him. And I'm like one thing that hunches us so well. Oh, is that he just hits his like wherever the catcher is set up wherever his glove is that's exactly where he's doing the baseball. And we have so many different numbers that we can look at for pitchers in terms of velocity, and spin rate and horizontal and vertical tilt on their breaking balls. But we can't there's no real Stanton, the dodgers don't even keep it up just how good a guy is at billing to his intended spot..

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"elian" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"elian" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"I'm Michael Philip Elian the six eighty WCBS Marilyn news center when Catherine Pugh was inaugurated as mayor she vowed to help transform Baltimore into the greatest city in America, halfway through her first term. She stressed her chronically struggling city back into the. Spotlight for all the wrong reasons demands for resignation dramatically intensified yesterday as F B I in IRS agents carried off box. Lows of documents in raids of our city, hall offices or homes and other locations. Baltimore City police say a man was shot shortly after midnight behind a vacant furrow street house in the Carrollton ridge neighborhood, he was transported to shock trauma and later pronounced dead. The victim is the city's 87th murder in two thousand nineteen a tornado watch issued by the national weather service for most of Maryland until nine pm this evening in sports baseball. The Orioles had yesterday off they begin a six game road trip to Minnesota. And then on to Chicago tonight at target field in the first game of three this weekend. Was right hander Alex Cobb goes up against twin southpaw Martine Peres seventy five degrees. Reporting three oh four. I'm Michael Philip Kelly, six eighty WCBS news, grandma. Let's hey, Honey, I'm making student. I communicate over I'm not sure about our new friend. I wonder if there's been any drinking going on alcohol at her age can lead to so many bad things I've been meaning to ask you. What would happen if someone offered you drink grandma? This is hard. She's so young. But I know I need to talk to her about it. Now for someone tries to give her alcohol if anyone ever does offer you drink. I want you to say, no, I have too much respect for my family. And I don't want to get in trouble. Okay. Really? I promise grandma. I love you too. Okay. How.

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"elian" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

09:38 min | 2 years ago

"elian" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Two zero one two three four the Senate will be taking up a vote this week appropriate soon as tomorrow impact, I believe about whether or not to rebuke Trump for his emergency declaration and sign onto Nancy Pelosi's Bill to to end the emergency declaration a Bill that by the way has zero chance of surviving veto, but there are other new developments on this. There may be some room for a either a compromise. Or if you want to put it a different way there may be a multi pathway to actually fixing both problems that are arising out of this Bill here to join us to discuss this is intrepid political reporter, Eliana Johnson, Eliana. Thanks for coming on today. Welcome to the show and tell me this did William H Macy really know about. The whole scandal involving Felicity Huffman and in the bribery. This is still the top story of the day Elliott. I just can't get off of the story. It is the greatest story ever. Okay. My answer to this is that I need to know a little bit more that state of the marriage. If this is marriage healthy by all accounts held by all accounts, give it. Okay. But given what I know that most Hollywood marriages it could be that. He didn't know, you know, if marriage is not good. She could have just taken us into our own hand. He had no idea but normal marriage. He had to have known. All right. Well, i'll. I am still claiming this as a wind Wayne I'm still claiming this as a win I'm going to I'm going to accept Elian his answer as a as a nut for sure. And therefore don't pick on Bill Macy. We see alone Eliana. The thing that I can't believe about this story or the I was sorta surprised by was all of these people administering the SAT all over that. They actually know all the answers right study random proctors. Yeah. I think that the SAT folks in the ACT folks are going to have to take another look at their at their system as well. They're not in any way implicated in this this is being victimized by this. But I think they're going to have to look again at their processes, and they do this quite a bit. They have to they have to keep refining their security practices because people play this game a lot. They just don't necessarily do it on this scale. And quite as corruptly as we're seeing this story. It's an amazing story. It's it's really disgusting story because there are a lot of people out there who have kids who are doing everything. Right. And who still can't crack the door open in these colleges? And we find out part of the reason why is because you've got these very wealthy parents that are bribing coaches proctors to get their kids. In head of them. I mean, it's really lies that they weren't sodo shopping their pictures in to you know, the crew member. Doc. Do you know being sports stars are paying four hundred thousand dollars to the soccer coach at whatever school? Well, I tried to Photoshop my head onto onto Tom Selleck body wants it really didn't work out. Very well for me. So I I am I am not without sin. I guess in this. But at least I wasn't cheating kids deserving kids out of at a very, very fine educational institutions. All right. Let's turn to to the topic of this emergency declaration. This is a this is a Bill passed the house. It has to be taken up. The Senate requires a vote because it's privileged resolution is not subject to a filibuster. Which means that a simple majority can carry the day, and at least so far there have been enough. Republicans who have stated that they will vote for the resolution for it to pass. And so therefore needing Donald Trump now over the last day or so though there have been there's been some movement on this. And there seems to be a push in the Senate monk Senate Republicans to try to use this moment to reform the national emergencies act a terrible piece of legislation. Probably should've been never should have passed in the first place and should have been eliminated longtime ago. What's the status of? Of the emergency declaration right now. To the emergency declaration is about to it president's about to suffer a rebuke. It seems like tomorrow and the White House was initially okay with that. But as as it looks like the numbers and the Senate were climbing. I think the white husband's okay with having fifty one fifty two fifty three senators. Oh. Review them. The president was okay. With issuing a veto. Is it seemed like the number was gonna climb into the mid sixties. I think they got nervous, and they started really whipping senators against us now yesterday as you mentioned a potential compromise talks of the compromise emerge. And that the talks are surrounding. Perhaps getting Republicans to to vote against this rebuke in exchange for modifying, the emergency. It might have a national emergency such that any declaration of a national emergency would have to be agreed to by congress. I think this is very unlikely simply because I just don't think the president is going to agree to curtail executive powers in exchange for having this one at national emergency declaration approved by congress. You know, it's interesting because I mean, certainly, I don't think they're going to get enough votes to override a veto so safe position here, but the national emergencies act, it's really truly a very terrible piece of legislation was passed in nineteen seventy six. It basically seeds a whole lot of authority to the president with very very little in terms of the limits on the scope or the nature of the emergencies being declared, and as I pointed out in a column recently, Eliana, we are actually living under thirty two separate emergency declaration some of which one of which goes all the way back to the very first emergency declared, which was the nineteen Seventy-nine emergency regarding the Iranian hostage crisis. That is technically still in effect as are thirty one other emergencies that have gotten some of which are twenty twenty five years old. Congress has never taken an interesting tailing this power until this particular emergency. Because this is the first time that has been used to to win a budget fight. But the authorities in that they ceded that authority to the president. And I think it would be a smart move for congress to trade this off with a change that either repealed in national emergencies act altogether or greatly. Curtailed it limited. Thirty day or sixty day period. It's absolutely true. That this particular emergency declaration has been controversial and not only used to win a budget fights because because it related to something domestic that wasn't a natural disaster. All the other natural the other emergencies event, either something international like the Iran hostage crisis, or you know, an earthquake or hurricane or something like that. But this was quite different in nature. And yes. It might be a good idea. I simply think it's very unlikely because while congress, I think would very much like the clawbacks power. It would require the agreement of the president and parts, partly I think the president's concerned about looking weak and all of this. And I do think that hit that Trump agreeing to cede executive power and all of this would probably make him look weaker and be more of a concession that. He was wrong and issuing this declaration in the first place than having, you know, I I don't think it's all that much different to have fifteen Republican senators voted against us three, you know, six months from now. So that's the point I've skeptical that that this compromise is going to go very far Ileana, and it's a shame because this is something that really should be corrected and she'd been corrected decades ago. Like, I said, it'd never should have passed in the form of that. And in one thousand nine seventy six, but so. You're talking about fifteen rather than three and what is the count right now. What are what are we looking at in terms of the spinal Senate Republican vote that's gonna come up tomorrow is gonna be sixty votes. Is it going to be fifty five is going to be sixty five sixty seven they can override it. I don't think they're going to get to sixty seven though. Well, they can't override it because they won't have the votes in the house to override it and Haroo. So. And we I think we we don't know in the Senate because these compromise talks. So as vice President Mike Pence came over to the hill talk privately with Mike Lee, Utah Senator who is trying to write this compromise legislation as well as with Thom Tillis, the North Carolina Senator and two other senators yesterday, and so the the vote count right now it's still up in the air. But as I mentioned, the White House did I get nervous last week as it seemed to inch up from the low to mid fifties to eat at Deloitte and mid sixties. I me- Eliana Johnson or politico you can follow her.

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Michael Cohen House testimony: what to expect

Ethan Bearman

07:03 min | 2 years ago

Michael Cohen House testimony: what to expect

"Today is the first of three days of hearings that involved Michael Cohen, aka the rat. At least according to his former boss, President Trump today. We've had L E Hoenig of CNN legal analyst to give us kind of a preview of what we're going to see and the importance of it. And if I can't Elliot can before even getting into the specifics to what degree are these genuine hearings? I mean, everything in Washington is so thoroughly partisan, you know, which way each side's gonna vote anyway, don't you? Well, they're genuine hearings, but they will assuredly be very partisan isle. There's not going to be a vote at the end of this. This is a factor gathering hearing. I come from the criminal courts where you operate with a strict set of rules of procedure and rules of evidence. And you have a judge jury. We're going to have none of that all of which I think will contribute to the circus like atmosphere that we're going to see you're going to see presidents longtime personal attorney basically open game for a group of partisan politics. Both ways and all have their agendas, and they will all be looking to score points. Well, let's look at how they do it. If I'm a Republican I turn around. And I say, why do you want to believe this guy? This guy's already been convicted. He's a convicted felon. Yeah. The Republican attack is going to be very predictable. It's going to be the same way that defense lawyers attacked cooperating witnesses at criminal trials. It's going to be he's he's a liar. He's an admitted criminal throw them out the window. The president's already done the Sarah Sanders issued a statement this morning that was the most predictable statement ever where she said exactly that about Michael Cohen. I think it would be a little bit more credible for people on both sides of say we'll see what he has to say. And we'll assess it, but when you're announcing before he spoken one word that nothing. He says is believable. I think you undermine your own credibility Democrats on the advising the Democrats. I would say don't embrace this guy. Don't try to make him out to be the messiah earn angel. He's none of those things he's badly flawed individual. He's an admitted criminal. These are the kind of witnesses. We used to build cases row when I was a prosecutor. But that's how the system works. And the thing that I would tell the Democrats to focus on his focus on the facts. I don't think we need to get into all the personal stuff every little peccadillo that Trump had facts and things that can be verified or proven with documents or other evidence. Understood. But as far as the evidence is concerned there. No rules on evidence. Right. You can put anything in. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, it sounds like Michael Collins actually going to appear with documents. I don't know if he's been a briefcase and sort of pop them out. But correct. I mean regular court they would have to go through a process that the prosecutor would have to offer them into evidence. The judge would review it the defense would object. Another judge would say it's in out. There will be no such thing when Michael tomorrow. So it's going to be wild west. All right, there are three different meetings that are going to take place today. We've got the Senate intelligence committee tomorrow, the house oversight committee and then on Thursday, Adam shifts committee, the house intelligence committee of the three the one that would probably get the most attention and tell me if I'm wrong Elliott would probably be the one tomorrow. Because after all it's going to be the only public one hundred miles. We may get leaks and secondhand account of what's happening behind closed doors, knowing congress, I would expect that but gosh, I mean, Michael Collins going to be sitting now there's going to be. Cameras in his face. He's going to be answering questions directly from the committee members. It's going to be a show, and yeah, that's where all the attention is going to be it's going to be a show. And what meanwhile at the same time, you've got the president of the United States sitting down with Kim Jong UN in Vietnam. And they'll probably be a split screen, which one goes, I, you know, the president's going to not be able to help themselves from watching Cohen interesting. I think it's twelve hours different. So it'd be at Phnom. So I think the Coen if he devise all day that's going to be through the night in Vietnam. But I saw a report earlier today that somebody says the president's planning to stay up all night and watch Cowan, and we know he likes his cable news. So I believe that well as long as FOX's there. That's not a problem CNN. He criticized. I know CNN is yours. How how could he not love CNN because he had Jim Acosta? That's his favorite reporter, isn't it? Sure. But sometimes it's obvious. He's watching you'll see an anchor say something, and then they'll jump on and say fake news. Hey, you know, it's one more viewers with me we're talking with Elian Hoenig CNN legal analyst. Let's talk a little bit about what they're trying to figure out for one thing. It's fairly obvious people are gonna zero in on these two payments made to the two women to kind of make sure that they weren't part of the actual campaign. They get to the bottom of that. I think so I think Michael Cohen is going to have chapter and verse on that every cooperator and considering cooperator analogous to want somebody who used to be involved in criminal activity with the person there now testifying against there are things that cooperator was directly involved in. And there are things that are cooperator may have only known a little bit or piece about this is the former this is going to be he was right in the middle of making these hush money payments. He should be able to detail not just President Trump's involvement, but the involvement of other organs. -secutive Z evolvement of David pecker in the payment made to Karen McDougal. He should have chapter endorse on it. I'm expecting probably has documents that communications on that as well. Well, is there any question? I mean, let's be realistic. You really going to turn around and pay money to these two women? If it wasn't at the direction of the president. Why are you doing it? What do you have a charity there? Well, I guess the argument would be these were people who were looking out for my interests. And I was running a large campaign at the time. And I don't know everything everyone is doing I just know people are out there trying to protect me. But the trick there is the legal defense that we've heard this from the president and his legal team is dispute that these payments happened they say, but it wasn't connected to the election. It was connected to protecting the president from these what they call false allegations. But personal embarrassment family embarrassment, and that's an important legal point because when John Edwards. We're remember. John Edwards ran for vice president he was a Senator from North Carolina. He was charged with the very similar crime. He had paid hush money to his mistress. Who had he had a child with? He was tried for that. And he was acquitted on most charges and the jury hung out others because the key point is it's only a campaign finance. Violation. If the payment was designed in large part to protect the person election. And so Edward defense was no it was primarily intended to protect me and my family fucking delegation. It wasn't really election connected. Well, first of all John Edwards allegedly gives pecker the opportunity to say see we were real paper. We broke that story and number two John Edwards is different. Because in this case, what else would it have been used for other than a campaign thing? I mean, otherwise, why would Trumpcare about these women and the timing is so telling here because the alleged affairs happened many many years before and the payments are made just a couple of weeks before the election. So I think that's hard to explain I think Edwards. The timing was not nearly so clear, I think in fact, I think the payments continued after he was out of the campaign. So there was a better argument there that they were not related to the campaign and one of the other really good questions. You ask is the Trump or anybody else ever talked to you or your lawyers about the possibility of a pardon Michael comb. What do I say that I think that's important point? There's been indicators out there that the president has dangled a partners people like to put it to Roger stone to Paul Manafort, and you can see it in his tweets. Right. He tweets out at Manafort and stone a brave and they've gotten backbone because there's staying silent. Meanwhile, when Michael Cohen cooperates tweets calling him a latte, which I I take that a lot of offensive that having prosecuted real cases, I did mafia cases here in New York. And that's a term that gets people killed. I mean, that's what mob bosses say I've done cases where people murdered other people because they thought they were rats. So for the president of the United States to say that is way out of line. I guess it all boil down to the very end when he takes off his shirt and if he's got an actual full tattoo of Donald Trump. That may have to come off. There's a name for that. You know, what that would be called, namely,

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"elian" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"elian" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"To storm my house with a greater force than was used to take down bin Laden or chop o or Pablo Escobar to terrorize, my wife, and my and my dogs is unconscionable. Irving Kristol famously quipped Neo conservative is a liberal who's been mugged by reality. But for Roger stone and Trump TV, it seems that a liberal is a conservative who just got raided by the FBI. Why did the Justice department stage? What was in effect a military assault on? Roger stone's house. It was an abusive ridiculous and embarrassing excessive use of force by the FBI. It was like Elian Gonzalez times time twenty nine times twenty eight. It was absurd. Why is he being treated like Pablo Escobar? This is Jack lutes in American and there's no place in American life. Okay. So that's a bit much. But let's be clear. They do have a point. It is pretty wild that FBI agents in body armor, wielding large weapons conducted a predawn raid at the home of the Sixty-six-year-old nonviolent offender. But also, welcome to America, Sean, Hannity. First off the FBI was trying to keep stone from destroying evidence. They say and as Senator Richard Blumenthal wrote under those circumstances, a predawn raid is entirely in keeping with standard protocol. But also as Radley belco is a phenomenal. Journalists has documented his essential book about the military. Nation of America's police forces rise the warrior cop swat rates in this country aren't epidemic. They're used for even minor alleged crimes like selling marijuana. Swat teams have been known to invade the wrong house to kill pets. Even to throw a flashbang grenades. Into a two year olds crib and leave a hole in his chest. The central question of this era in Trump's America seems to me is who does the law. Protect and who does it hold to account? What Roger stone's defenders are objecting to is that he got a small taste of the treatment. That is routine for people who are less wealthy and less, white and less. Well connected. Trump himself criticized the arrest of sewn and says he may ask the FBI to review its tactics. But so long as you aren't his friend, it sure does sound like the president legs rough policing, just fine. When you guys put somebody in the car and you're protecting their head. You know, what you put the hand of? Like don't hit their head. And they've just killed somebody. Don't it ahead. I said you can take the hand away. Okay. The democratic presidential primaries down full swing with at least seven candidates having officially declared. They're running in twenty twenty another handful seriously testing the waters, there's probably no intesting those waters, quite as aggressively than Senator Sherrod Brown. Who's been touring around his home state of Ohio, keep twenty twenty battleground? And who is right. This moment on the ground in Iowa on what he's calling his dignity work tour. Brown is trying to reclaim the mantle of populism from Donald Trump. If you love your country, a fight for the people who make it work. And when you talk about worth, you know, I mean, if you swipe if you swipe a badge or punch a clock if you work for tips, if you're working a salaried, you're raising kids if you're carrying for an aging parent if you shower before work or after work, I it's it's it's not just the middle class. It's the broad spectrum of people that work hard to just simply don't get a break these days. I mean this administration the White House looks like a retreat for Wall Street executives, and they they have they have their trade workers. Senator Sherrod Brown joins me live from cresco Iowa center. It's good to have you. I wanted to start on something. I thought you would have some Chris one second. This is the this was the home of Norman bar, log who saved hundreds of millions of people's lives from starvation, and he grew up in cresco Iowa. So. This door from well. He's the one that taught agriculture all over the world our found ways that by breeding that could that need to live to be ninety five something like that died only a few years ago. And and was revolution won the Nobel peace prize for his work, combating hunger around the world. Since you start with that. Let me ask you this question. Industrial state, Ohio Europe your entire career, you fought against the trade deals. Nafta..

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"elian" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin

#WhoWouldWin

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"elian" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin

"And that's really what you want from from the superhero films, and that sort of thing, but no Black Panther got a whole lot of different kind of flack than than spider versus going to get. I mean, just for just for just because they're two different kind of mediums alone. One is animated, you know, one was, you know, real actors, and you know, all that kind of stuff. So it's a you're not you're absolutely not going to get the same kind of eight this vita versus that that Black Panther did from the trolls just not while they're both going to get a lot more continued media. That's gonna be my that is true. That is that especially miles and his adventures. I. I gotta tell you. I think both you have good points. But I'm gonna have to side. I really crystal on this with Black Panther being the most significant film, the reason why is because that transcended film and was a cultural experience it was cultural. It was like there was a paradigm. I felt for films in that shifted and expanded the paradigm. Whereas what happened with into the spider? Verse was great everything was fantastic. It Black Panther kind of change the game a little bit. And I'm talking about the music the discussions that came from it everything. But also how people how people reacted to it both positive and negative that was a real game changer. I haven't I mean when when Star Wars came out, and we have different opinions on Star Wars, whatever. But and that's a big cultural thing to Black Panther blew that away. Like, I think they said a whole new bar avengers Infinity where I agree with you. That's like the most significant in terms of storytelling. But in terms of like culturally shifting film. I think Black Panther. Did it I think that might be what twenty eighteen remembered for I think it should be it should be an and no and no slight to avengers of Finnity wars. Well, because just as right, I think all those characters in one movie and cohesive, storytelling, and they did it. Well, that's no small thing. That's hard. That's like really hard to juggle that many characters and give them all equal time. And it not just be this. I don't know this mess really an Infinity wars. Just nailed it was I really feel like it was like you said it was that combination that everybody was waiting. It. Did this point? So I can't wait for the next installment. But Twenty-eight teen was really really good for for those types of mediums, a real. I mean, look even hating a little bit on the Star Wars that we got. But even so it was still it was still phenomenal even solo. I felt was great. Yes. All it was really good. So I finally finished. I enjoyed solo. I what I do. I wish that they had of waited to release it. When like now would be good when like star. Wars fans have like finally we finally like calm down a little bit. And now, we're ready for Star Wars. Yeah. I definitely think they they release that a little too quickly after the response they got from the from the last Jedi. I I really do twenty eight teams also the year that we all got over the last Jedi note still not over it never gonna be over. I don't think. I don't think I'm over. Elian resurrection for me, just I'm never I'm just gonna take those movies. And I'm just gonna put him in a box. And I'm gonna throw that thing in the ocean. And I'm just gonna forget the exist. And Luke will stare out at that ocean. You've thrown it into Keret while drinking the milk from that. Now. All right, guys. We gotta get to this battle. But before we get to the battle. We want to give a quick thank you to one of our great sponsors final draft, specifically trapper eleven and final draft Levin has a ton of new features tailored for comic book writers. And that's on top of the fact that.

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"elian" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"elian" Discussed on Movie Crush

"She's definitely lost his him down Elian. She becomes the hero his hero on. But I don't know when you wanna stop spoiling. But let's talk about because what you were saying about the set is really interesting because it had Alfred Hitchcock models in it. And yeah. Well, the lighting the camera work in this once they get to that house like it. I like Monte-Carlo. Yes. Which is a stage set in Los Angeles throwing but when they finally get to this the interiors of the set are just unbelievable and the way the shadows and the light fall. Yeah. It's just gorgeous. And next here is a model is it. It's a model. Yeah. Down the lane 'cause Hitchcock always used models. Uh-huh. And they're funny but good like, they always work. But there a little bit like Hitchcock. It's so funny. He'll put in things that are a little bit fake looking just to be. Yeah. That hit me a couple of times. But all the like old school filmmaking tricks or on display here. Yeah. So if you're a fan of like, practical effects and early, you know, Matt paintings and model and stuff like it here. It's so good. And it wants anyone that's Matafi to was the only other kademi award at one outta think. Like. Yeah. Ten or eleven George Barnes. Yeah. He did spellbound. And he also did Jane Eyre, starring Joan Fontaine and Lauren. I'm sorry. Citizen Kane guy, Orson Welles. Thank you. Sorry. I know who it is. The second worse than wells. So that's very anyways. Yeah. It's beautiful the way that he works with black and white and lighting. It's it's so. Like Noir film, making it is sort of this gothic, nor in the house is at once like like, it's kind of a character in the film. But it's it's it's kind of creepy and for boating. But also this beautiful place..

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Business News Roundup

San Francisco Chronicle Business & Technology News - Spoken Edition

02:17 min | 3 years ago

Business News Roundup

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Business. News roundup by chronicle news services from business agile agile int- AGI Elian T technologies on Monday reported fiscal fourth quarter profit of one hundred ninety five million dollars. The Santa Clara company said that its earnings suggested for one time gains and costs came to eighty one cents per share. The results beat Wall Street expectations of seventy three cents per share. The scientific instrument maker posted revenue of one point two nine billion dollars in the period, which also beat street forecasts for the year Angela reported profit of three hundred sixteen million dollars or ninety seven cents per share revenue was reported as four point nine one billion dollars for the current quarter ending in February agile, it expects its per share earnings to range from seventy one cents to seventy three cents. The company said it expects revenue in the range of one point two six billion dollars. To one point two eight billion dollars for the fiscal first quarter. Analysts surveyed by Zacks had expected revenue up one point two eight billion dollars agile and expects full year earnings in the range of three dollars to three dollars five cents per share with revenue ranging from five point one three billion dollars to five point one seven billion dollars into it into it said Monday that it had a fiscal first quarter net income of thirty four million dollars after reporting a loss in the same period a year earlier, the Mountain View companies earnings suggested for one time gains and costs were twenty nine cents per share. The results surpassed Wall Street expectations which were for earnings of eleven cents per share, the maker of turbo tax QuickBooks and other accounting software posted revenue of one point zero two billion dollars also topping forecasts for the current quarter ending in February into it expects its per share earnings to range from eighty five to eighty eight cents. The company said it expects revenue in the rain. Range of one point four seven billion dollars to one point four nine billion dollars for the fiscal second quarter.

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Joe Pags

00:58 sec | 3 years ago

Update on the latest news, sports, business and entertainment at 5:20 a.m. EDT

"Today's family president trump predicting he'll home run with his next supreme court nominee spent the last three days interviewing and thinking about supreme court justices such an important decision and we're going to give you a great one we're going to announce it on monday mr trump was speaking at a charity dinner in west virginia hundreds of people in northeastern utah have evacuated as a wildfire grows governor gary herbert trying to prevent any more damage like his lost twenty thirty structures despite the dry conditions the governor is not banned fireworks telling citizens to be careful with them and with outdoor cooking the photograph is burns or the memory of those who saw a terrified six year old elian gonzalez and immigration agent with a semiautomatic rifle in the cuban refugee boys face in april of two thousand the photo one associated press photographer alan de as the politics prize and the associated press reports the diaz has died in miami at the age of seventy one wall.

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