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Fresh update on "gannon" discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Return of the taliban. Certainly that is is sad to see you know that disappointment that people feel with not just the the return of the taliban but the perform over the last twenty years and that the situation is really so dire. And i think you really. Your heart really has to go for two afghans and and the situation. There cafe has always good to talk to you. And i appreciate that. Thank you thank you so much carol. I really do appreciate talking to you. good night. Good night kathy. Gannon is the associated press news director for pakistan and afghanistan. We reached her in his lama. Bod pakistan and we posted more on that story to our.
Fresh update on "gannon" discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Up or wherever you get your podcasts. When the taliban last helped power across afghanistan two decades ago brutal punishments were on full display. Executions took place in public in stadiums and after the takeover last month many feared that that sort of hardline rule would return last week. Canadian-born journalist kathy gannon sat down with prisons chief mullah nordine to robbie he's one of the founders of the taliban and a member of the all-male interim cabinet ms gannon is the ap news director for pakistan and afghanistan. We reached her islamabad. kathy. Has you know the taliban has been insisting that is not the same as it was twenty years ago. Trying to reassure the west that it had changed. Its ways what did you make of. What moolah nordine tabby told you about that. It was really interesting. You know carol there. Certainly were changes. he was speaking to a woman which you would never have done before. He did. Allow a photograph of themselves which you would never have done before so there are changes. The question i think though is more about how likely they are to be widespread. How are they going to actually pay out in terms of women's education working. I think the jury's really out on how they're going to move forward but it was really interesting talking to molitor abby this time round. He was certainly a little bit reluctant at the started. The interview and a little bit monosylabic. He would just maybe grunt more than answer the questions initially and then he sort of loosened up a little bit as the interview went on and actually by the end he was. He was laughing about When we last met in nineteen ninety-six tell us about that encounter your first encounter with tabby in one thousand nine hundred six. I had gone to talk to a bunch of teachers about this whole thing with women's education girls education. Why would the taliban oppose and he walked in and he was livid to see a woman talking to a bunch of men and all he did was just screaming at me get out in pashto and then there was one of the men got up to explain. They were doing in that. They were just having this discussion about education and he just hauled off his pulled his hand back in just really hit the fellow and knocked him back down sitting down he was just he was just furious. So in your discussion this recent discussions with this with tarabi. He made it clear what he expects the punishment to be for various crimes and how they will bring law and order to have johnston describe a bit of what he told you. Sure would you know. He was very clear that their interpretation of strict interpretation of the koran and islamic punishments in islamic punishments. Dukov for the cutting off the hand. Four very serious thefts and the one thing that they are discussing. And although the there's been examples of public display of of punishment but they still are discussing as a movement whether they make it public the executions. You know it's it's capital punishment. However you look at it and so they certainly have no intention of stopping the execution so they certainly have no intentions of stopping the punishments for serious staffs which would be the cutting off of hands. The discussion is now whether it is public or not. The reality is is. They understand that the world was outraged. So that's something that they are looking at. How do they continue with what they wanna do. And how they wanna do it without engendering that public outrage there's also a tremendous interest and concern about the role or lack of rule that women will play in the taliban afghanistan and not just because they will eliminate them from the is already said that from university of kabul university from other places but then after twenty years of women finding their place in society. So what is what did he tell you about that. You know i think from his perspective there will be Women going to school. how that looks What the education level will be the Higher education minister said they will in fact go to university but the chancellor of the university would he did say was wasn't that they would be barred from going to university that he said that until they had established as an islamic system which is segregation of the sexes in university. So it's really not clear at this point how that will play. They certainly are saying that. They will allow education of of girls and women in university but segregated that they will be allowed to pursue masters they will be allowed to pursue in the mini fields. But it still remains to be seen how they actually implement that and how quickly they do. And i think it should also be noted you know caroline and i was talking to this woman visit taekwondo competitor and they've of course banned sports for women at this point and she was saying in the problem is is that eighty percent of afghan men are not going to fight for the rights of women because allotted them sink. Maybe not as an extreme but certainly are not as supportive of a real independent rates for women. And so that's why you have the women out demonstrating you. Don't have them notes supporting them in that demonstration and and she made that point in we were in a store chatty and i looked over the storekeeper and i said is that true and he said he nodded. He said unfortunately the last time. I think we spoke was not long after you were attacked covering the elections in afghanistan. You were wounded but your colleague and friend onion. Neutering house was killed at that time by a gunman and you never stopped covering the story in afghanistan. How does it seem to you now. How how safe do you feel for yourself for for women in the country generally. Yeah you know i it. That's why it was so important for me to go back. You know carolyn. I think we discussed that. And i've been back now for several years and was to not look at people differently in the country differently because it's an incredible country. Afghans are incredible as our people anywhere. And i'm just so grateful to have been able to go back into really be back working at the same speed and doing the same type for and feeling really able to go into all the neighborhoods in talk to people I certainly feel a safest any anybody does. It is perhaps even surprising ear not surprising. They ended the taliban a little bit safer in terms of of crime. And certainly as a woman. I think i feel quite comfortable. Moving around guy to move around tonight. I refuse to not move around and go in and meet people and interview people and try to tell the stories but You know having seen one government after another and it's sort of a sad disappointment people have over and over again. Afghans with with what seems to be the end result whether it's twenty years of international involvement.
"gannon" Discussed on Fun Time Horror Show
"With the rest of the house. These balls are never clean. Usually had bugs likely maggots crawling around the inside of the bowl. Glavin liked to strap cutting more to the front back of his body. Making it impossible for adrian to sit or lay down forcing him to stand for hours. Even winning austin twelve in report. Adrian was sitting at a dinner table tied down to a chair. Food was in place in front of him. He couldn't eat due to being tied down to the chair to prevent from simply leaning forward to bar. Soap is jammed into his mouth. Thirteen reports say that adrian had been teased heather on multiple occasions based on video footage. These electric assaults adrian last up to twenty seconds long magin. How long twenty seconds would feel like being shocked that now fourteen adrian due to his torture specifically the restraints around his legs and feet developed a natural bins in his ankles causing them to become deformed over time back to the police. Report for a moment march third. Twenty-six lancaster met with who i believe to be gender hoover's take what she had uncovered found several conversations between heather and michael regarding adrian including pictures of adrian completely nude standing in a shower room..
"gannon" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation
"Two of training camp practice. Gannon touched on ad and steven nelson to the secondary the level of physicality that the players have shown alone in just the first two days of training camp practice the significance of having versatile players and so much more. Here's what jonathan gannon had to say. Stephen nelson been so far really good. Yeah he Skewed to get a veteran. That's knows a lot of ball and just got to see what he's comfortable with within our scheme and get him to play to his strengths and his is going to. It was good addition for us in the second day. The defense is really forcing two. Fumbles out there op welfare than such an emphasis every day to get. Yeah we have a very define language with how we talk about takeaways. And that's going to you guys are going to see that in practice Hopefully a lot but we know the value of the ball and we put a high importance on it. So we're going to coach that up. They have like. I said we have a very define language was how he coach. That and that should be part of our dna which is the hits principle which that's the t- takeaways. So we have very distinct language with how forced fumbles how we scoop and score how we block interception returns so it just puts a very clear picture of what the standard is. What the expectation is of how we conduct. Our business is a little physical media more than you would expect contact. Is that the goal here or is that no. I think that's just part of how we're gonna play and it's actually awesome because we obviously have an offense of head coach and he believes in it so a lot of people out there that are offense head coaches. they don't wanna see. That and nick believes that that's the best thing for the team. The offense entity fence so he allows us to do that. Now we gotta clean it up because we don't want guys on the ground at times but We on defense. We're gonna play with a stinger. And i'm not gonna take that singer. Away is newt for his main defense. How does that factor into scheme. You're gonna use juggling with strips of the other guys. Yeah so. I would think with that. You know the the man coverage You know where he's going to place a man to man and we're just gonna figure out how much of it we can play if it suits us to win the game that that week so you'll see us. Hopefully be a little bit adaptable. A week to week with what. We're doing to try to defend opposing offenses with front seven. As far as how much rain were rerun cinnamon wartime house. You said the less we spoke that you're to figure out as you go. How's that feeling good. You guys are going to see a lot of looks out there and and again that's going into you guys you know we. We believe that our d. line is strength and we're going to try to put them in a position to make a bunch of plays and we also feel like an. It's it's day too. But i would say that a lot of those guys have very unique skill sets and we're gonna try to essentially those skill sets by how we align people so you know the the players have done a great job of of buying in and understanding the why behind what we're doing and stay tuned. We got a lot more to put in It's our job to figure out. Hey this guy. Does this really well put him in that spot for the most part you know and as we keep going and camp..
Kim Potter, officer who shot and killed Daunte Wright, resigns
"As Mike Grudge you reports a former Minnesota police officer has been charged in a fatal shooting of a black motorist Former Brooklyn center Minnesota Police officer Kim Potter has been charged with second degree manslaughter in the fatal shooting of 20 year old black motorist. Dante right. The shooting ignited days of unrest. Potter and Brooklyn Center Police chief Tim Gannon both resigned Tuesday. Attorney Benjamin Crump, who represents rights family reacted to the charge The family of Dante, right, We'll get to have their day in court. The shooting occurred Sunday during a traffic stop is right was pulled over for expired tags and officers sought to make an arrest after discovering he had an outstanding
Former Minnesota cop charged in shooting of Black motorist
"Hi Mike Rossi reporting a former Minnesota police officer has been charged in the fatal shooting of a black motorist former Brooklyn center Minnesota police officer Kim potter has been charged with second degree manslaughter in the fatal shooting of twenty year old black motorist to Dante right the shooting ignited days of unrest potter in Brooklyn center police chief Tim Gannon both resigned to Tuesday attorney Benjamin Crump who represents rights family reacted to the charge the family of Dante Wright will get to have their day in court the shooting occurred Sunday during a traffic stop is right was pulled over for expired tags and officers ought to make an arrest after discovering he had an outstanding warrant hi Mike Crossey up
Minnesota Police Officer in Daunte Wright Shooting Resigns
"After a black motorist death in Minnesota. The White police officer who fatally shot a black man in Brooklyn center Minnesota during a traffic stop last weekend, resigned Tuesday, as did the city's police chief officer. Kim Potter, a 26 year veteran, fatally shot 20 year old Dante right Sunday. At a news conference, Mayor Mike Elliott said. We did not ask you to resign. That was the decision. She made. Police chief Tim Gannon also resigned. The shooting sparked two nights of protests and unrest. Brooklyn center is just north of Minneapolis, where former police officer Derek Sheldon is on trial for the death of George Floyd last year. I Mike Rossio the defense has started presenting witnesses
Cop, police chief resign 2 days after Black motorist's death
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a police officer and police chief resigned two days after a black motorist death in Minnesota four white police officer who fatally shot a black man in Brooklyn center Minnesota during a traffic stop last weekend resigned Tuesday as did the city's police chief officer Kim potter the twenty six year veteran fatally shot twenty year old Dante right Sunday at a news conference mayor Mike Elliott said we did not ask her to resign that was a decision that she made police chief Tim Gannon also resigned the shooting sparked two nights of protests and unrest Brooklyn center is just north of Minneapolis where former police officer Derek Chauvin is on trial for the death of George Floyd last year hi Mike Rossio
Police Chief and Officer Who Fatally Shot Daunte Wright Resign
"Two days after a police officer fatally shot 20 year old Dante, right after what began as a routine traffic stop of Minnesota police chief and the veteran officer who fired on right have resigned. Chief Tim Gannon said Officer Kim Potter mistakenly grabbed her gun when she was going for her Taser protesters and writes. Family members say there's no excuse for the shooting and that the justice system is tilted against black people. Family attorney Benjamin Crump says right was stopped for expired car registration and ended up
Protest after chief says officer meant to use Taser, not gun
"Another night of unrest in Brooklyn center Minnesota a city just north of Minneapolis police clashed with protesters Monday night for a second straight night after a police officer fatally shot a black man in a traffic stop over the weekend killed yeah well that is all looking center police chief Tim Gannon says the officer had apparently intended to fire a taser not a hand gun it's twenty year old Dante Wright struggled with fellow officers Gannon describes the shooting as an accidental discharge right staff Sunday of spark protests and unrest in any area already on edge because of the trial the first of the four police officers charged in George Floyd staff I'm Mike Hampton
Police: Minnesota Officer Meant to Draw Taser, Not Handgun
"Police near Minneapolis described the shooting death of a black man last night as an accidental discharge body camera video was released of the traffic stop involving Dante right in Brooklyn center Minnesota as you can hear the officer will struggle with Mr right shows taser taser several times the officer is also heard saying Jim Gannon is the police chief in Brooklyn center as I watched the video and listen to the officer's commands it is my belief that the officer had the intention to deploy their taser but instead shot Mister right with a single bullet again and would not name the officer but described her as very senior and would not say whether she would be fired following the investigation the shooting death of Dante right set off violent protests in the Minneapolis area more National Guard members and state law enforcement personnel are being deployed I'm a Donahue
Police say Brooklyn Center officer meant to draw Taser, not handgun
"By a police officer. Because she drew her handgun instead of her Taser as she struggled with 20 year old Dante, right, here's chief Tim Gannon disappears to me from what I viewed in the officer's reaction in distress immediately after If this was an accidental discharge, a Times Square vaccination side is now open and it's
Cop Meant to Draw Taser, Not Gun, Before Fatal Shooting
"The backdrop of this trial in Minneapolis. Demonstrations were held in Brooklyn center Minnesota last night after the fatal police shooting of a young, unarmed black man. Brooklyn Center Police chief Tim Gannon giving an update moments ago. So far, he says their investigation has shown that the shooting appears to be accidental. He says the officer drew his handgun instead of his Taser. This is the mayor Mike Elliott. Obviously, this is deeply tragic. Uh and and we're going to do everything that we can to ensure justice is done to ensure, um, that our communities are made whole. The officer that discharged his weapon has been put on administrative Leave. The
Philadelphia Eagles hire Jonathan Gannon as defensive coordinator
"Coordinator. Gannon was the new well he was with the new head coach. Next. Syriani in India the last three seasons. How come I want to say Syriana? Marling? You know Howard Stern fans can attest to that one. And that's well, they bring back Brian
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity for Nintendo Switch review
"Hara warriors. Age of calamity is a demo out. Intendo switch which is free to download ahead of the launch on november the twentieth much more breath the wild and it's predecessor hyrule warriors nintendo of done a great job of marketing this one as a breath prequel and it's got fans hardtop and are really really look forward to the release. The visuals and mechanics of the game are very breath. The walled with curry tecmo bringing in the sheikha slight abilities like bombs ice magnetism the bio mechanics of horror. Warriors have been mixed in really well here with link and other party members feeling really powerful when you run into battle to mogens and the other enemies are flying in the absolute hundreds really really cold. Seen the game has been sapped as a prequel and as such age of calamity is set one hundred years before breath of the world and we saw games is of this battle in breath of the wild itself with the champions falling battle against calamity. Gannon the snippets. We saw wearing cut scenes and memories and age of calamity looks to finally fill in the blanks for us the various playable heroes in the game including link impo zelda and the champions themselves. I don't play tara warriors previously but the bow system is super fun. Actually i had a lot more fun than i thought. I was going to. If i self against waves of enemies in the hundreds much more than freshness standards zelda game battles take place in a math around haro with a at filled with friendly and enemy does to as pockets of enemies but there's also objectives marked on the map we have to either secure location or takeout big enemy or this some kind of objective in the demo. Batum with guardian. We have to enable these sleeping guards help. Impact and a mini time travelling guardian to there's a variety of attacks including a light attack has a heavy attack and various special attacks. Which also have a cool down as mentioned before you got access to these chic as lite which allows you to use bombs crisis as stacy's too so bombs are really good for destroying a bunch of enemies and also freeze enemies with stasis because smash enemies off into the distance which as as it was in breath awad age of calamity battles film and the characters. You play already different to his easy to switch between characters during batteries in the deep end so impo in particular is very powerful as she can make duplicates of 'self and seldom makes creative use of the sheiks like but she doesn't feel quite as powerful as the other two characters. I played infamy is the most fun definitely. Give her a try. I'm looking forward to playing as the champions in particular dirac so related to the narrative. The game there's a mini guardian. The can travel through time and he appears to be in. Jairo costs sometime in the future and hops into a wormhole to escape a big guardian. The narrative is super interesting as you pretty much the fate the champions link and zelda similar to star wars rogue one tragedy does a white the how we get there is going to be full of twists and turns at first. I wasn't really sure about this. Release not having played the other titles dynasty warriors or hira warriors. I wasn't ready tissue about this. Zelda spinoff but the fact that nintendo has given arguably the talk name to a third party says a lot which know downton. We'll be across much more than ever before and the great thing about the demo is you can jumping without having to make expensive commitment science clemency job in its hands command in november with loads of behaviors around it plus new consoles. But this is definitely something. Nintendo fans are gonna be checking out over the holiday season. So i'd say if you're on the fence pick up the demo and give it a try. I for one have been persuaded a can't wait to jump in come november the twentieth.
"gannon" Discussed on For Your Reference
"Yeah and you see that he did his homework and he went to the roof talk because he knew it just didn't add up it didn't make sense and he was the one to find the possible. SORTA. Teeth right Knew we could. Unite Ourselves by partial tape. The year, reference household and. Partial is a part of the dentures. It gives a better meaning to word of mouth if you'll pardon the PUN. Why. Give me a fake law for T I? Give you some real rambunctious laughs. Know if dissolved around boxers anything. just like Clara deserve anything. But yeah, there were definitely moments especially with us offering to pay for the groceries like. Those painful groceries and this sending a message off like keeping you less right making you feel less and keeping you in your place so to speak. So that didn't sit well with me but I'm glad that it didn't shy away from Mensa, don't sit where with you right. Let speak a bit about innocent holcomb. Off The most corrupt people ever the most corrupt people ever You know there are many moments that reinforce Joanna's and how well I guess you'd call them evil or at least how much he followed through on loose ends right and we see that was Seidel and I don't know about you. But I knew he wasn't going to make it to wherever he was going off. And when they got out of the cards I come. In the tumbleweeds man it was written in the tumbleweeds. The gallons of love. But yet it's interesting. I. Wonder if these people are like you feel that impending Seidel we got to say so he didn't get to see Gannon but Seidel, you could see that. He had no idea. He was none the wiser it was ready to seep his Kern on a beach somewhere right sir. It was just very interesting to. The way that Ns he was very. Effective I would say he didn't leave anything to chance and I have like face blindness especially when characters when too many characters get introduced to me I get confused over who's who but I don't think it was I don't think I think they shared Ns sir. If you remembered what Ns look like you knew he was guilty from the start. But be was a surprise. Like. I like yeah. It's just information overload I'm sure there's a term for that maybe it's just Katie Overload here knows. Joe. Ns was very effective but also at the same time, you know as much as other people who were loosened and the clock was ticking. So as his yeah what did you think about one of the final scenes with Joanna's and Jane Hokum? I didn't see coming. You did I did I didn't know I thought making away that Hill. He's already got on read of the loose ends in sidell full those it. But the thing is he knows too much and he'll he'll build a grudge. and He. He was quite You know well versed in the brothel as well. So he was very integral to that right and also with Charlie Dalton dying because of him overdosing should press milk right? So. It just all lead back to Ennis and the fact that you know Perry Mason like a dog with a burn, he wasn't going to let thacker. And that was made very clear in what annoyed me I. Think it was the last episode where he I think the star of the scene were a court and Perry is grilling and understand and you can see ns sweating. All's like, yes. For. This. On you've got him. Only for them to revive studio back to Mason. His House with its sort of a mock trial visualization. Piss me off but I don't like being played our already getting..
"gannon" Discussed on For Your Reference
"She starts to unravel and we start to see that she's essentially a puppet. She doesn't really she doesn't really have overruling power over the church's directions over a board exactly absolutely you know and even so obviously the operation she had no, say it. But even in a sermon sort of sense she was censored in what she could say what she couldn't say stick to the script stick to the script in deed and Birdie was definitely you know the property. And that became very clear. Throughout the series as well well, also became clear that body analysts were all just being used by the Board to Oh. Yes. For their own sort of advancement and I also thought it was interesting that this is set in the Nineteen Thirties I. thought it was interesting that a woman was at the helm of one of the most successful religions right? Yes because she was pretty maybe thought on also just maybe just because it was ideally ceremonial, it didn't mean anything to the underlying value that she couldn't change or act on anything by herself and the fact that she was a puppet. So dot makes it. More believable in that same, we're talking about like the Urji religions like women are not at the top. Or true true true. All like or even on a pastor price level. So I just I thought that was a bit interesting. If anyone has any sort of interesting tidbits about that let me. Because we can plow glosses together but I thought that was interesting. It was set in the nineteen thirties and she's a woman and she was at the helm of the church I just thought that was interesting that you know all on one side you have. Emily Dodson who doesn't have a voice and she just serves to be the wife and the mother but then you also have alice on the other side of the coin where you know people actually. Come to her for solace. Right, So it was interesting. It was definitely interesting I really really enjoy. Digging beneath the Radio Assembly of God and saying all of their investments in shady ship and how they've become. So embedded in their investments I think Seidl was the one to say in the series. There's no way that they could live off the contributions learn here. Museum debt Oh yeah. And it was it was funny to see the way that Della Street and Perry Mason will talk to each other the way Della Street stole the titles essentially and he's like you stole the title So it was interesting to say, you know how entrenched this church was Clare Right and how they just kept amassing debt. Maybe this is how I will eventually understand the Netflix model like they eventually, they just kept amassing debt and debt and debt and. Of like Michael Scott when he branches off Dundee Mifflin any awesome to crunch the numbers Again Yeah. That's essentially what Joe Gannon Jim Hicks was doing right and does I. Like you crunch them anymore, right? Like I've hit as well as I can. But there's no more. You can't do this like it's just you've got a hoping debt and you need to address it right? And that's obviously toward his demise as well. but it was it was just interesting to see how how entrenched and the roots that they have within society. Oh so true. I I, also, who I also appreciated that they talked about how they also, you know a lot of the debt that they had. One of them was purchasing the radio station as well. You can imagine even back then like that would have been a very effective way. Right An. PODCAST IF YOU WILL To be able to share that further information same that it didn't necessarily make me uncomfortable but it did pretty much speak to a lot of my thoughts and opinions in this sort of subject matter when Alice was trying to get the man to walk..
"gannon" Discussed on For Your Reference
"So it was really interesting to go through that and I really I really felt Perry Mason when he kept the thread in that matchbox, right? And it was, it was his it was his internal quest to find us. And we even see that you know literally at the end of the series of Alice. As, well, but surrounding the Dodson's it really was sensationalism and you know I haven't further down in the list if we have time to talk about the media and the way the Paparazzi was you know that really swell a lot of doubt as well and you know it amplified details probably didn't need to be amplified as well. but I do have that as a point further down. Is there anything else you WANNA say about the dozens? Yeah. The husband is crop man. He looked also innocent. He has this sort of innocent. Yes. It's sort of baby fees going for him. It looks like you wouldn't fly but sort of start learning how is a partner? How is husband and then you sort of line the subtle intricacies of his relationship with the father who he kept secret from everyone. Yeah and then she only found out on the way back Awesome. Best Up Shit. Oh, absolutely absolutely and the way that it was. It was essentially a perfect crime because she was the helpless housewife, right that had a tryst. With George Gannon and that same black the end of the headline and probably they probably would have gotten away with if it wasn't for Pesky Perry Mason. Oil. Yeah But it was very it was very compelling to have them as the canopies four season one with Perry, Mason and to see the way that Mason would interplay with all of the characters with emily in particular You know I think a lot of his attitudes also reflected how we were feeling as well as as continued to George Gannon I do wonder I do wonder you know with these sorts of characters when you see well, I guess without spoiling any other movie or TV show but. When you have a character that is used for a specific purpose and then their purpose has been fulfilled do they not see coming that they are loosened and they're going to die like did he realize that he was going to die? Probably. Yeah. and even even that even. Death was a bit of a catalyst in the series as well because that's where you had. Perry Mason and then you also have the intersection with officer Drake as well with the TIF right I also love. Perry and Pete go into the morgue as well. So like into the body, we also have vigil shades. WHO's the morgue guy saying that he can't officially you know deal with the body so they just dumped it in a gold ground. He'll come back to him regardless. Yeah. Absolutely and it's like made like if you can't do it this way I'm going to find a way you going to do it I think because he he was under the impression that they told him to come over for sex stuff. Downstairs and they sort of disappointing. So those funny I think even just Perry Pete in vigil I would love to just watch you know. It gave me a viable bonkers McNulty. Sort of denominational absolut. Absolutely. Absolutely. But. Let's let's. Let's move onto the next sort of costs that we have the radiant assembly of God. Sir In this class. So we have sister Alice mckeon Birdie mckeag in his Alice's mom One of the more nurture bull sort of elders. We have Erik Seidel, and then we also have Jim. Hicks who was an accountant also worked with George. Gannon I guess also, if you WanNa just talk generally about the radiant assembly of God..
"gannon" Discussed on For Your Reference
"Unless you're actually from the lithgow lineage, then I will accept it speaking of lineage he is in the crown third rock from the Sun obviously is probably the most like go to's sort of recognition you would have for him similar to. Our Bryan Cranston with Malcolm in the Middle Right. Are you telling me Are, you telling me your most recognizable role? In the middle. Saying no, but I'm saying I'm saying third rock from the sun is probably the first introduction you have John and it's something that you would reminisce and look back on. Okay. What's covering breaking? That is a big succession for Gulf no I agree with you cover breaking bad on late the show do over really good job. About a year ago and check it out. I think we will eventually where TV movie podcast. With you guys in ten years and also most notably. John Lithgow was we'll showing Shrek or tate. He played Lord. Farquaad. But I had literal Oga in our episodes. So that's why we didn't get to talk about John Lithgow. And that is exactly what happened. But that is the cost I guess it was nice to take a little trip. For Ho- where the actors were and where we've seen them some new some we haven't seen before. But let's let's tackle this shirt in clusters. Obviously, there are a lot of themes that do get explored. But I think the best way to discuss this show is in classes and the characters in proximity to those classes. So let's obviously start off with the titular character Perry. Mason he starts off as a private investigator, and then he transitioned into becoming a lawyer. A lot of the book focuses on him as a lawyer but I really appreciate it in the show that we got to see his rise and growth in career I actually do prefer scruffy Mason. I must say. A freemason if you will Even. When he was all like you know when he was all cleaned up, it's I. Still didn't buy it but anyway. So, let's talk about Perry Mason as a character. I will say you know before halfway through the pilot I turn to you and I said he really he strikes me as McNulty from the wire. Way He does questionable things, but it's always for the intended. Good. and he's he's fucking great at what he does. So for a lot of the time even if you don't like him, he does get grace's we're probably other people wouldn't agreed lock I I loved the way we saw real true. Unapologetic character development. In Perry Mason. And his relationship with E B engine..
California tells six additional counties to close indoor businesses, all bars
"And being told to close down different businesses. GANNON, California Unfortunately, as the virus cases continue to climb there, here's Fox is Jessica Rosenthal. California's governor says they're monitoring an additional six counties now added to the watch list, including San Diego and Marin, meaning no indoor activities at restaurants, wineries and movie theaters. Governor Gavin Newsom said that during Sunday's 24 hour reporting period, six people passed away from Cove it he wouldn't attribute the low figure to a cause, except to say that even his case numbers increase. The ages of those testing positive now are younger, so a lot of these younger folks may be coming into hospitals, but with not as acute needs as what we were seen in the past that said Monday, L. A County reported 48 deaths in the prior 24 hours.
"gannon" Discussed on WJR 760
"Gannon here yes I got air conditioning in my home last year and the installers suggested that I also get a de humidifier in my basement okay I I have two furnaces so I have to have two air conditioners now I got it thirty I think it's a thirty gallon de humidifier because somebody told me that that's going to be an awful lot of water for me to have to carry up stairs to empty but now now I plan to attach a holes to it so that it goes right to my sump pump yeah but I'm worried that that's too small a dehumidifier and that will be running all day long well then I get a bigger one or is that going to work well you've already got one that we your your feeling on mine as well is it it's too small for the job is got to do okay which means is gonna run out of time okay but you can add to its efficiency in doing a better job with a small fan located maybe ten fifteen feet away from it so that it's drawing air from other parts of the basement you understand what I'm saying I'm not exactly all right your body is yourself a little fan just a plain fan yeah I have them yeah okay well you sit on a chair or whatever and you go ten fifteen feet away from it and you would have it suck air from other parts of the room directed towards the dehumidifier now you create value creating more air movement more E. D. minute vacation then if you just said it there alone I'll be darned so do you you don't think that it's necessary that I to get a larger one I wouldn't say so not not quite yet but I left that I let the weather to determine that you know if it's ninety five degrees out and the humidity is going to be high in the basement and you look at the copper tubing pipes that are running anywhere down there and you see if they're sweating if they're not if they're not sweating I wouldn't worry about don't even turn the de humidifier on Ono always keep it running you're going to be like running okay yes because I didn't think I needed one I thought that's what their conditioning debt but it doesn't do much for the bottom here in the house I say another because that's what they said to okay okay all right all right well thank you for your help you're very welcome thanks for calling in joining us on this Sunday morning we hope you'll do it again next up at the plate is Joe from Romulus he's got a question about his dishwasher hi Joe how may we help you thank you for taking my call Iran actually it's for my daughter they bought a brand new Frigidaire dishwasher yeah a month ago and the first mode they put it in we change the hoses and went to the recommended smaller line for better pressure it wash dishes great the first time or two and now it just does not seem to get to get them clean even the glasses on the top shelf in we called the store to read my daughter so frustrated she just wants to return it yeah and get another one but they said it would void the warranty they purchased an extra warranty so I recommend you do or why don't you just call them and have them do a warranty service on it your thoughts on that maybe well it's got a years full warranty on it and if it's not working right it is up to the consumer to exercise the option of having a service technician come out and check the machine out there's a reason why she's not happy with it and it needs to be service and if it's a simple problem Hey a service technician should be able to correct that immediately right now the real kicker was they said what you exchange it for another one you lose the warranty you purchased on that machine she purchased an extra warranty yeah but you know so I could have a warranty call them right it's all covered whether it's a replacement or whatever they've got a year's warranty on the product and they have to Blige the consumer with that warranty well during this call that thing it might be a little tough to get a service for all of us yes that is true that's another story right now that's a the service sales then enter all hurting now like I have a dealer that is in Chelsea Michigan you have to make an appointment to buy a product you have to go over the end zone I think two people allowed in the store at the same time you have to wear a mask the door is locked so you can't just walk up and walk in although it's happened a few times yeah you you Durden no doubt and then and just a little side bar to this these appliance stores have but I've got orders into the manufactures which are not going to be filled because the manufactures of run out of product there's going to be a whole big mess to this whole thing as are already is but that's the way it is we have got to live with it Joe I thank you for your phone calls very nice of you thank you and have a nice day Sir you too take care yeah let's go to Paula she's in Washington town Klipsch na Washington township has a question about our dishwasher hello Paul thanks for calling hi so I have a KitchenAid dishwasher about five years old right and it it started like it did the where you put in that the soap pods the right wasn't wasn't clicking open but it's not heating up I think there's like everything was wet in that when the pod was the door would open it wouldn't even be late I used so in nothing nothing happened to dissolve the detergent is still in the container right I mean there was water in it but it wasn't warm enough for heated up enough I think I don't know so when when he when you're using your dishwasher you hear the water come on right yes did you do you hear the arms Startin to swish inside yeah it sounded like it was running all right now I want you to do that turn it on let it run gore that around five minutes or whatever okay and then shut it off and opened the door okay I want to know how much water is in the bottom of the dishwasher okay okay okay now I won't be back here till next but till next Saturday and Sunday but you can drop me a little note on my email okay and let me know and we'll go from there and know how to fix your problem and Donald the hammers Shuster right now he's going to give you my email please write it down Paula thanks for calling I will thank you so much you're welcome Donald D. having to give the phone number out in the email address let's start with the email address which is the appliance doctor.
The Future of Education
"As students. Head back to classrooms and other countries schools are adapting in order to keep students safe in Taiwan. For example there are now plastic partitions around the desks of elementary school students during lunch the Australian government has asked more vulnerable staffers in their schools to work from home. If possible in Denmark Cafeterias are disappearing and students now eating their classrooms to avoid large gatherings. Now it's the United States turn to determine what must be done to open school safely. My colleague Evan. Mcmorris Doro has been covering the impact of the corona virus pandemic on the United States educational system. I talked with him about how and win students from pre K. To College Michael. Back to classrooms are people processing this the way that you'd expect or are they not believing that this is necessary. What are you hearing well? One of the wildest things about this whole time has been just how quickly that change had to happen so you know you think back to March. We're having a normal school year. But everything changed just so quickly. The best way I can think about describing it actually came from Lily Eskillson Garcia. Who's the president of the NEA? Which is the largest teacher's Union the United States? We're in the middle of tried to find the right metaphor. A lot of teachers have said. We're building the airplane. Well it's going down the runway. Another teacher said Oh. It's bigger than that. We're apollo thirteen. We're Houston and we have a problem and our kids are on that space ship with their parents. Isolated the efforts that go into a successful school. You're already massive. Right like the Moonshot we gotta get a crew to the moon and get them back but what happened. In this case was something went wrong along the way and actually made the job harder because all of a sudden it's not apollo eleven now it's apollo thirteen in which everything breaks down and then you have to use only the tools inside people's lives in their home lives to get education done. We think about that scene in the movie where they dumped that stuff on the conference table. Okay here's all the tubes and stuff and they have on the ship of kids. Listen we gotta find a way to make this fit into the whole for this using nothing but that well this is what they're talking about when it comes education all you have is the technology type people's houses. It's a very different kind of teaching two very different kind of education but the schools themselves in terms of doing what we count on schools to do. They were not prepared for this. Did you get any sense Evan? That they're starting to think about the fall right now. We hear about states reopening obviously all over the country and at the same time we hear. Maybe there's going to be another wave or this isn't going to really go away. Is the general sort of idea that schools will be back. Open the fall. Or what are you hearing? Well the difficulty for schools difficulty facing a lot of people which is that they have to take a long time to plan to. They're going to do next but we don't know what's going to happen next. So at baseline level. I can say this there will be schools open in the fall from the K. Through twelve level into the college level. What that looks like. We're not totally clear on few years ago for sixty minutes. I did this piece about the Khan Academy and they were making the case. I remember this years ago that There could be advantages to online learning. Are there advantages that this type of learning offers over bricks and mortar when we went to a full online system? What we learned was that we had problems with things like the education. Gap Education gathered already. Exists became much much more broad. I spoke to a teacher in. La Named Gannon's four. She can't even take attendance. Absence rates are high. We're dealing with it. The things we're dealing with some students whose parents still have to go to work and so being the oldest because I teach high school so a lot of them are having to take care of younger siblings. We do everything we can. We send emails and make phone calls and things like that so I think that we are definitely going to have a learning gap. We're going to see it in the next few years. We're going to have lower test scores. I think it's inevitable as part of your reporting if you've been talking to the students themselves I mean I'm I'm wondering what? How are they reacting to this adapting to this? The students are stressed out. We're hearing that from teachers. We're hearing that from parents and I think in my own conversation with the students themselves. I felt that same thing. There is an excitement. I think about something new at first as you've gone along with this thing you found that distresses just they? They want to go back to traditional school. I've not yet met a student who was like man. I would love to do school from my parents basement for the rest of my life. That's not something that I've heard. I think that that reflects my my kids attitudes as well although I will tell you. It's Funny Evan. Maybe not surprising when this first started. I said we're still going to maintain a schedule. You'RE GONNA GET UP. You'RE GONNA shower. You'RE GONNA brush your teeth. You know the basic stuff and now if they can roll out of bed and get to their laptop in time. It's it's sometimes asking to WanNa work in our sweatpants. They can definitely go to school. Sweatpants right one. One thing that we are seeing is is that some schools are reopening You know in Montana for example and I'm wondering how are they approaching it? What are they doing there? Are there lessons? I guess for for the rest of the country because Montana is a state very different from more populous states. They had these really small schools in these really small school districts. One of them is Willow Creek School. Which is has sixty kids in it. It's a town of two hundred and fifty people about and sixty kids. The Superintendent and the principle of Willow Creek is named Bonnie Lower and what she described was the school day. Very different than what we're used to. We have six foot distant marks on the playground so that they can play games at recess and save six feet away from each other and we will alternate our bell schedule so that kids are not in the hallways at the same time. Common areas are being disinfected regularly. Every classroom has hand sanitizer wipes teachers have masks. So if they're in a student's bubble they put the mass on. They'll there's a lot of precautions. Bathrooms will be used one at a time. We're ready to get back to normal as normal as we can and even the arrival school is very different so they've had to reduce bus schedule so a lot of parents are dropping their kids off and then once the kids get to school are led into the building by an adult one by one and before they go in their temperature is taken. There's no more luncheon cafeterias so they are in the building but the school day looks very very different and these are the kind of things that we may see in schools across the country when they reopened. This is the challenge. The challenge is how to try to do social distancing in something that was never designed for that. We've all been forced to evaluate risk differently. I mean the truth is that we all take risks on a daily basis. Getting in a car and driving is one of the riskiest things that we typically do. And there's a lot of people who say well a kick ball and then somebody touched that I touched it with my hands and then I touched my eyes. My nose my mouth something like that. What are the chances of me really getting infected? And it's still very hard. I think for for public health officials to answer that question but I think what they'll typically come back to is at the answer is that the risk is low but it's not zero. I spoke with a rising college freshman from Minnesota who are trying to plan on what schools he was. GonNa go to and the college campuses are out there right now advertising. Look we're going to reopen. We don't know how we're going to try to make say we're GONNA change the way dorms work classes. Whatever what they really have to try to convince people that they can create a safe environment. I asked this kid. This is an eighteen year old kid. I said look if they open a college campus right now would you go and he said no right now. I would not maybe in August. Maybe if I could be convinced that things were safe but right now I'm not ready to go. So there's there's a difference in how people take that risk and feel about the risk factors and feel about how things are going on that. Maybe you have a situation where these elementary school students in Montana. Their parents are feeling like look. This is a worthy risk. Will take you know. We'll see how it goes but doesn't work. We'll just shut things down again and it's not that big a deal and on
"gannon" Discussed on WJR 760
"W. J. R. with Joe Gannon the appliance doctor welcome back to the home appliance show we've got a listener and if the landing with a question about her washing machine this is Merrin good morning Maryland hi thanks for calling how may we help you well you know this happened yesterday and I was so glad that I could call you today I have a whirlpool washing machine up front load and it's about ten years old I've never had a problem with that and yesterday I went on the boat and it was it was the I can't get the door open there was two minutes on the timer and I can't get the door open and I pushed all the sequences that I can think of on the buttons and L. I. S. it's blocked close advance longer M. leftism plugs for about a half hour it still won't open well I want you to leave it unplugged for longer than that if you did it for half an hour fine okay but I like to say an hour or more so I would leave it unplugged for a couple of hours and see what happens okay now the other thing I'd like you to do is I'd like you to get some warm vinegar heat up a little bowl of warm white vinegar take a perfectly clean cloth and wipe up wipe off the touch pad control not don't soak it okay I I don't I don't want you to shorted out but I want you to dampen a cloth with warm vinegar wipe off the touch pad control and then after you've done that dry it off with a piece of Kleenex not paper towel a piece of Kleenex or tissue paper and and leave it unplugged for a couple of hours now by the time next weekend rolls along the K. so will you but you can always send me an email those closest gonna start getting moldy and there yeah I got to get him out right exactly I'm thinking crowbars right no no G. No hone who don't do that the oh boy I can't even suggest anything close to that okay okay but when that lock that lock mechanism is jammed for a reason I don't know what it is but it has to do with electronics and it's not something you can be hard on let's put it that way well I just started in the basement and I turned it back on and it still won't open and I'm pushing the the stock cycle button the red cancel button and it won't do anything and it is running there's something yeah and not until it's gone to forty five minutes all right well now's the time to shut it off all right okay wired with Banneker yep now you know I have a couple short questions that you probably can't help me with I my dryer I have a Samsung dryer and it it runs perfectly but it won't heat is it gas or electric gas the other is a gas valve in the bottom of that dryer there's a global coil that ignites the gas can you see that the global oil that gas valve through a little hole in the bottom not you mean inside inside the dryer no no on the outside of the dryer at the bottom now I can't see anything on the outside of the dryer on the side on the front of bottom of the dryer he look for a little round peephole of some sort because you have currently have a probably and nobody's fool around with the gas line in the house right no all right then you've got a problem with the gas valve and you're most likely going to need a service technician for that okay okay all right all right and I have an LG microwave that two days ago stop eating how old is that six months that's all that's still under warranty that's got a year's warranty on it doesn't get it but I called the company and they.
"gannon" Discussed on WJR 760
"With Joe Gannon the appliance doctor welcome back to the home appliance show and again a good Sunday morning ladies and we hope that last hour and forty five minutes as taken away from not that we need to be taken away from everything else going on in the world today how depressing it can be for so many people and how it's like you need a break we all need a break I know we need a break and I know you do as well so we in joy giving you that break although it's only for a few hours during the day but here is another aspect of what's going on in the world today will get back into the subject here for just a fifteen minute period so with mark cut off from high level clients in downtown Chelsea's been there since nineteen twenty eight he's not that old but he and his two brothers along with his dad still in existence today running the operation which I consider to be one of the finest if not the finest appliance retailer in the United States of America good morning to you mark hydra hi Joe how are you doing this morning I'm good how are you up in Adam on a day off I might add yeah they're kind of all Monday also lately they're really different yeah you know it's kind of different for a young man like you that has been running this operation I had lots of plans for a lot of years where you're always working you're always involved in your community you're a leader in Chelsea Michigan and a leader in the appliance industry as well and mark what's been going on here for the last few weeks when anticipating another few weeks well it's been totally different that's for sure or operating with a store with a show room closed right now so that's a little different I've thought about that a lot lately Joe sensor sensor buildings them built the front door hasn't been locked this long ever so maybe a maybe a long weekend of certainly not for a week or ten days so that sounds so far well it's been such a hard working family all these years and it doesn't stop it still goes on today you're still operating the business even though the show room is closed yes we're we're a little bit more limited on phones or answering phones from a lot of time to chew and dealing with any phone messages and all are getting in touch with us on our website so were able to still do some business and sell some things people are able to come and pick stuff up from our warehouse if they need to and we're doing our merchants the only deliveries that stuff that we absolutely need to help people with at this time well while on that subject let me give to our listening audience a method of operation that's gone on there since nineteen twenty eight when your grandpa Lloyd started that business and the method of operation that is so different than maybe most parts of the country so different and rare it's hardly done anywhere but mark I know that people call you and I've talked to some of these people in the past and even lately where they call and they say yeah I need a new washing machine mark and or they're talking to one of your sales people and I needed to wash machine and well here's what I want large tub full load of hot water would you mind delivering it to the house mark the key is under the pot on the step good now yes we yes we do some of that still yeah and that's so rare that it's so rare it why because people trust you the simple as that well we've up we've been around for a long time of course and we have a lot of really really good customers that we've done business with for a long time they're they're just a comfort level there so will we can go and take care of them and do that aside like that's not a problem for yes and mark you also have your brother Steve and Matt who work with you and even your father who still has an office downstairs in the beautiful downstairs yeah he is still family it's all family isn't well yes on our employees our family we have people that work for us for a long time so it is a little different environment and we in getting through the situation with the covert nineteen of the Rick real concern for all of us for our customers for staff it's it's going to change a lot of things in the way business operates going forward so it's a real challenge getting through and managing all those well you know you're on the front line here when you're delivering products and having people around you and you do it smartly and you know it and I don't get a chance to do it like the Paul W. show that Mitch album show guy Gordon at those guys Frank Beckmann I don't have a chance to say this but I do now to be recommended as the front runners first responders of everything that's going on is the medical industry today mark right I know a police chief I talked to yesterday a relative in my family and you know those police officers are also on the front line but you had no he said to me this police chief no not name them but he said to me thank of what I'd be be like if you were working in the hospital today in the medical industry image credit is gonna be they've got to be commended and praised for ever for ever all Joe in you know work we're dealing with appliances and and that's it a totally different level than everyone else so you're just you're talking about here I mean this is an inconvenience for us and for Ford are customers of it there is a lot more serious issues right now for people and in the medical people and the first responders that's just a totally different ballgame than what we're in this is an inconvenience we'll get through it yes we do a few weeks or a month it'll be back to whatever the new normal is going to be but but right now it's just an inconvenience well mark you know I'd like to know what's going to happen down the road are we gonna have availability product problems too I see world fully shutting down their plants and for a few weeks and so forth yeah are we gonna have availability products the problem we are organized you were going to go through that and a lot of industries especially ours you know right now Joe I've got a pretty decent amount Tory I've been able to ship some product and you know my warehouses full we're just you're not delivering a lot of course so I feel like coming out of this will be in good shape for a while but I think thirty to sixty even the ninety days down the road we're going to really start seeing some availability issues there are plants that are shutting down to stop production for a week or two do some cleaning that's going to really affect the pipeline of product availability so we're we think this summer is going to be really different well I think you're absolutely correct and by golly you know you're you're in the know mark I mean you're in the know you belong to a buying group that does a terrific job for you guys and they keep abreast of everything that's happening in the appliance industry daily and hourly and yes I think we're gonna have some problems down the road with availability we are buying group experience or so a lot of us the dealers of our size or smaller independent dealers around the state our our member of brand source and we get a lot of support from them had a lot of conference calls and this week to go over things and will will be working together to help each other through a I just talked to a gentleman before your phone call here this morning from Celine he was interested in induction cooking and I was telling him all about my Darling Valerie and her new G. E. induction stove now happy but he's coming over to your place he's buying a whole house full good yeah we have induction live on our floor so we like to demo what we do we do a lot of production cooktops and ranges it's it's a great system it is a great system mark in it isn't picking up speed here in the United States you'll hear much from yeah we sell a lot more now than what we ever did in the past it's it's sort of more economical price point than it was years ago and yeah it's just but it's such a nice awesome way to cook and mark listen correct me if I'm wrong but is it Sweden that nine out of ten homes have induction cooking so it could be I don't know what they think and it's big in Europe so I have no that statistic but it's possible so what's the hottest moving line you have mark B. side speed queen we know speed queen what it does and we preach it all the time I talk about it all the time and but besides speed queen products what's the hardest line this gentleman was talking about a wolf and a subzero and so forth those are big big price items but they sell a lot of them yeah we do we do a lot of Cold War from subzero business but that's at a different price levels on the main line appliances G. is probably our biggest brand who do a lot of Frigidaire and whirlpool brand products Bausch's very very popular for us so I move a lot of bosh Thermador is their uptrend lines so we save we stay pretty busy with a lot of different brands to depending on the product category well I told this gentleman hi gloss does not sell junk well we try not to see happen we we have a broad range of appliances and there's the expensive phone in in the well built products like speed queen and that have really long warranties but then there's the economical point this too and I don't want to column junk but Hey don't certainly last as long as some of the others I'll call on junk mark I'll take the burden right off your shoulders it would be okay with no problem and anything going on currently during this shutdown period in regards to you need anything you're doing their special well what what we're trying to stay engaged with their customers via the website and via the phone the best we can it's really hard not having a retail showroom right now but we're we're still writing a lot of business for products that we know customers are going to need in over the next month or so we've got some future business with houses being done in apartment buildings that were working on and we're shipping product in just to make sure that we have a we're just hoping we're not shut down for too long a period of time to get things back to normal but it's it's kind of it's a.
"gannon" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
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"gannon" Discussed on KTOK
"Today Mike Gannon so Calvin if you were going to plant something today plant I don't know it's a beautiful day to be out in the garden yes yes I don't know would you like to just come weed my garden whatever this is going I really today's date me you know I've got I'm going to back to work I'm going on campus for a seven hour left and I'm going to plant some club matters that I got at stadiums and a plant them on underneath the climbing roses in the path of life garden on campus I hope that for lent you never give up buying plants such an instrumental part of who you are no you know for little he's I give about combat well I guess it could be considered a bad habit what's not bad habit no no yeah but but now I've given up carbonate beverages before or give a given up salts I've give me I'm done figure covered a very rich right now I get I gave up swearing one time that was hard because it's like well if I if I stuck my toe yeah our fight just don't step you tell I got hurt but the roses yesterday and I yeah I was a little bit they reached out and grabbed yeah a girl at work named rose was helping me with a road she grabbed what was underneath the blood Sears which is like this big citrus trees all forms and we were doing a technique called baking we get roses and you take what you were doing the yeah yes this is the tip of the week yeah that's it well but could be the tip of the week okay so so usually roses that are either sort of like in between a climber and a shrub so they have long canes added to their sort of awkward you can usually do two things with them you can tailor them which is give her a post up and then you just leave it at the post that's neat or you can peg them which is like a really pop from the eighteen hundreds and you take that do you take the kings you pull them up he both the map and then you pin them the tips right underneath it so it looks like a big heart heart or like a baby do it all the way around so looks like a big donut I have a band I here but you can actually do it of specially the ones are like pillared if it still goes up you can make it to like a four leaf clover but but this this picking is done on the low and you can make it look like a pin wheel but I just made it look like a big donut but what happens is when you bend the cane it makes it breaks so lateral stems come up and then you increase your flowers by like I don't know how to percent yeah so because if you let something grow up the growth bridge for straight up it only bloom on the tip but it once you take that tip forty five degrees or more it breaks all the long and then you have you had the flight if ours all the way down the stem makes it think makes that they can multiply it's act it's a hormone is a hormone that did it gets knocked back down into the to.
At least 16 dead in Taliban attack hours after US agrees deal to withdraw 5,000 troops from Afghanistan
"Alright how to reconcile two developments both yesterday both involving the Taliban the first word that the Taliban and the U. S. have reached an agreement in principle that could pave the way for the withdrawal of thousands of US troops from Afghanistan US peace envoy Zalmay Khalilzad was on Afghan TV last night doing an interview announcing all this and even as that interview was unfolding came development number two a bomb going off in Kabul that killed at least sixteen people and the Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack so just who exactly is the US negotiating with in these peace talks will help us understand the Taliban in twenty nineteen we turn to Kathy Gannon CCI senior correspondent for the Associated Press she has covered the region for three decades Kathy Gannon welcome thank you so much so let's start right there trying to reconcile a group that says it's inching toward some sort of peace agreement and is also setting off bombs in Kabul on the same day what's going on there are a couple of things going on I think for sure that they're very close to an agreement but there was always the issue that there would be increased violence as a cut close to the agreement I think this does the Taliban saying we're not coming into this from a position of weakness and I think that message is as much for their own foot soldiers as it is for their partners in whatever agreement that is is finally reach de partners being the other Afghans members of the government members at the civil society and the United States how much of Afghanistan does the Taliban control right now well I mean I think that's a hard one to answer to tell you the truth the government it is sad controls need be around fifty percent the remainder of the country does the Taliban control that no but they control large spots and they certainly hold sway in a great deal of the country is the Taliban. today the same organization as it was in two thousand one when the west first went into Afghanistan. I think it's different it's different in that they understand that they have to accept it girls for example local school when the will work day chat thing they do understand that you believe they do understand that and yes they are religious yes they are conservative but Afghanistan is also a conservative country so the Taliban are very much representative of rural Afghanistan. what about what is known about links between the Taliban and al Qaeda or other terrorist organizations which is of course what led the US to invade in two thousand shares the Taliban had been had been harboring the leader of al Qaeda sure exactly and those links still exist and that's why the S. and negotiations with the Taliban or to guarantee that areas that they hold sway will not be used as an area where where attacks against other countries can be launched is so critical and the details will be very important to to note so let me end by circling back to where we began news of the bombing yesterday in Kabul there was also news over the weekend of a deadly attack in in conduce Afghanistan that the Taliban also claimed credit for. what impact do those have on these peace talks to the risk derailing things. my understanding is that they won't de rail the hard test I interested the collisions I think what will go ahead that's the Taliban sitting down with the civil society with representatives of the government and hammering out what will be the future state of Afghanistan it might make those inter Afghan negotiations even more testy even more difficult but I don't see that it will de rail and the Greek you meant that includes that inter Afghan negotiations Kathy Gannon of the Associated Press thank you
Tony Gonzalez enters Hall of Fame
"Eight men in Chardon the pro football hall of fame last night in canton including tight end Tony Gonzalez every quarterback could ever threw me a football I just want to say I appreciate your help Mr back rich Gannon Warren moon Brodie Croyle Tyler Thigpen Damon here to and a guy that I played five years with we did some damage drink green thank you also inductee champ Bailey and read Ty law Kevin Moore why Pat Bowlen Gil Brandt Johnny
"gannon" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
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Complex Organic Molecules On Enceladus
"Saturn's moon Enceladus has an ocean of liquid water under its icy surface and conditions there appear suitable for life, the water fuels enormous geysers who's plumes rise all the way into space bit those plumes could tell us a lot about whether Enceladus ocean contains life right on. And that's why Nasr's Cassini spacecraft made several close passes within fifty miles of Enceladus is surface flying through the plume. So that it's instruments could analyze their composition. Well, what they find. They founded the water in the plumes was mildly salty and contained molecular hydrogen. This shows that the floor of the ocean is in contact with the rocky body of Enceladus. The molecular hydrogen might indicate hydrothermal vents like the ones on earth. Seafloor these could produce abundant chemical nutrients for life in the other findings relevant to life. Yes. In twenty eight teen researchers published a new analysis of cassini's data and announced a major discovery the plume material contains complex organic molecules these are large molecules with many linked carbon atoms like the ones that make up living things on earth. He's molecules might have been formed by nonlife processes and indicate conditions suitable for the origin of life. They might also be bio signatures breakdown products of actual living things from retold. Whether this is an actual bio signature, what was the composition of your Gannon molecules side on. Nobody knows when cassini's instruments were designed nobody knew about the plumes the instruments weren't designed to distinguish different kinds of organic molecules. We won't know until somebody sends a new spacecraft with better instruments drought. This moment of science comes from Indiana University. I NIA Cassandra garden, Don glass.
Police Officer & Innocent Bystander Killed; Suspect in Custody in Weymouth, Massachusetts
"Of weymouth is grieving the loss of two this morning an innocent bystander and police officer michael chestnut both were fatally shot yesterday we understand sometimes which is not grateful enough for the sacrifices people might win the police say emmanuel lopes had crashed a car and fled on foot was confronted by officer chester while vandalizing a home wbz's doug cope is here with the rest of the story he joins us from weymouth this morning good morning doug and good morning josh was quiet sunday morning when this all happened that quiet broken by gunshots police say suspect emmanuel lopes had run into a neighborhood following that car crash by nearby south shore hospital the home vandalized officer michael chesney responding he confronted lopes lopes then allegedly hit off chestnut with iraq stole the officer's gun and fatally shot chestnut now assistant norfolk da gregg connor says after shooting chestnut a local woman was then shot in her home i hired mike chesnot six years ago that the police department at six years has been an army veteran in fact speaking with his mom and she told me that he joined the military to help open the doors firm to get on this job is the police chief here in weymouth talking about officer michael chestnut now another responding officer was able to shoot and wound lopes in the leg lopes was captured he's under guard itself throw hospital he'll be arraigned either they're in the hospital or a quincy district court later on today black bunting draped around the front door the weymouth police station this morning in weymouth doug cope wbz newsradio ten thirty the identity of the woman killed by a stray bullet insider home is not been released yet because authorities have not yet been able to notify her family members suspect emmanuel lopes has a criminal history sheriff ian daca of the wbz tv i team tells us he was out on pretrial probation on a drug charge weymouth police say he was selling cocaine to a minor in resisted arrest a judge released lopes on pretrial probation with a condition that he submit to random drug testing he was due back in court on july thirtieth sources say lopes uses a different name on facebook in told officer at the time of his october arrest last year that he was homeless lopes is due to be arraigned later today a talk show lines are busy overnight with reaction here on wbz we get more from carl stevens our hearts are broken once again that was the reaction from the mother of yarmouth police sergeant sean gannon he was the first massachusetts officer killed in the line of duty this year officer chest in weymouth is the second and his death is felt by men in blue across the commonwealth this is boston police superintendent in chief william enforcement spirit lives on route each and every one of us that are trying to do the right thing tech new all the citizens so we spirit loose on with us the superintendent was part of a large group of law enforcement taking part in a procession has officer chestnuts body was brought to the.
Lawsuit to be filed against feds to reunite boy in detention center with mother in Mass
"The england dot com good morning and thanks for joining us i'm josh binswanger wbz news the truck that overturned this morning and weston is back on its wheels but the process of unloading the big reap is a beefy task chris culkeen joins us now with the latest we've been stewing over that for quite some time now the traffic's backed up all the way beyond route nine on the northbound side of route one twenty eight the pike is back out to route thirty they have to off load all of that beef before they can move that truck it's going to be at least another hour josh will keep you updated as we go along all right my friend thanks very much abc news time nine oh one donations are pouring into mcallen texas facility for migrant immigrants the center says as more people in the us our children being separated from their parents at the border boxes of clothes arrived at the center the facility now has had to rent additional storage space to accommodate all the donations meanwhile an attorney flew out of logan airport this morning for chicago in an attempt to secure the release of a nine year old boy who's been held in detention we get details from wbz's carl stevens attorney jesse blessed here at logan airport this morning was a man on a mission i'm here today to go to chicago and litigated on my client's behalf for the release of a nine year old boy who has been detained for twenty six days the nine year old boy and his mother lydia sousa were separated after arriving from brazil even though she was approved to seek asylum in the us she was still separated from her son and that's where the attorneys going to chicago filing suit in hoping for quick resolution i'm going to stay until i bring him back lydia souza's staying with relatives in hyannis the attorney says she is desperate to be reunited with her son from logan airport carl stevens wbz newsradio ten thirty president trump tweeted this morning that hiring thousands of judges and going through a long complicated legal process is not the way to go and will always be dysfunctional adding that people must simply be stopped at the border and told they cannot come into the us illegally wbz news time nine oh two high ns woman faces charges after she tried to steal silent auction items from a fundraiser held for officer sean gannon gannon was the police yarmuth policeman shot.
"gannon" Discussed on RobinLynne
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"gannon" Discussed on What's Good Games
"That's fine yeah that would all man i don't think we're we're zelda and link actually finally hook up they finally frigging up the sexual tension make gannon like actually like an insane you'll nasty finally a real pig faced butthole because he's per pygmies little south thing going yeah it's just men there i don't think we talked about maybe we did trump software game to oh yes okay so you said to wildly different things so britney is like software make the next gamely gigantic pivot that will never happen we're gonna shelve that for raid and then cyber very aptly reminded me that we'd never talked about the stream that ubisoft did for beyond good and evil to the monkey report yeah or whatever so that's true we we should probably talked about that back in the news just because of the pig thing and and that made me obviously think of the matic they happened last week and that happened last week end of the week after we recorded the podcast so i don't know this kind of a lot to dip into right now but essentially they just like showed some new information your own hybrid tells like fuck yeah so the confirmed the big news there just keep it breathes confirmed you will not be playing as any known characters from beyond good nevil you will be creating a custom character to play as in beyond good and evil to i'll be panda yeah yeah 'cause like painda i'm gonna be honest it's too much to dip into right now.
"gannon" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Well you know there's there's do we really wanna know how got there to do we do we really wanna know how alabama got all those kits yep i don't know the crooked who you are the more likely you are to be in a college football player maybe that's an argument for an eighteen playoff maybe there should for four teams that didn't sheet so you've got the nonshooters division in the cheaters division and the two winners meet all right coming up next by this true what there is a story you know they were going to the raiders were going to hire rich gannon right as the quarterbacks coach in there may be a story that it's not going to happen i'm going to double check this but if it doesn't happen the reason why is interesting all although source it out now before you next all right mason ireland espn earner i'm getting tired of our music what about your j tampers news time time to turn a page all right so rich gannon it has been rumored for two or three days was going to be john bruton's quarterback coach jess which would have been good for dare car gannon one you know who took the raiders to a super bowl with group net astro gene you know to be over cheever afghanand has ever coached he i don't know but he just told he's just on ninety five point seven the game in the bay area that's a sports radio station in the bay area and he says he came to his senses on a flight to oakland yesterday and he's decided not to take the job he couldn't and didn't wanna match gruden z.
"gannon" Discussed on SOFREP Radio
"Purpose of concealed carry is that people don't know your carrying right so we actually earlier got the speak to dark gannon whose add safa khemaies saying that race ovik so affect wait so we see software app yeah suffolk is it it will you know what's weird is people come up to me and they always say so frap does that happen to you and i just have always known as a soft us software app well it vows likes a parody as iter if this off of i've heard all sorts of different things and so you know more about it but this is basically it's similar to shock show but it's more for the as you guys would say sorta mockingly industrial no in the military industrial complex it's it's a forum for on private industry to show off their technological products and things are working on to the special operations community and likewise it's an opportunity for special operations command to talk to these companies and tell them what they want so they can sit down or have a forum or whatever and say okay we're special operations this is what we want to buy this is what we want you guys to develop we want this and this that and likewise the vendors showed their wares and showa shell off what they have so it's it's an interesting conference a lot of interesting folks there um i actually like it a little bit better than the shot show is a little bit more low key it's a much more.
"gannon" Discussed on Nintendo Voice Chat
"That was cool to but i think i would have wanted just give me a couple of gigantic lizards or a huge spider or you know lean on some of the newest man like classic skull tell us i think look i think we'll get their eventually as as this new step in the direction of the for the franchise continues to evolve but let's not forget guardians either and like i thought guardians were so intimidating in the beginning of the game where you go the first time you want and they started shooting the laser first of all you instantly dead right and you're like all right i respect your authority i'm going to go around the wall into the shrine right and then by the timing of the massive store your like legoff legoff legoff yeah writing into them with a frequent on top of doing now like call my god people people like holding up shields laser them in the eye and then doing selfie poses like it's it's really brilliant and then you the most stasis and you feel superpowerful when they're frozen that's the other thing too when you go to the shrines where you're actually battling variations of them even the high level ones you alternate between like freezing ice our and you could basically hit them without them even swinging at you once but those are the guardians how in the world the music plays during them for the first few hours really suits your place style because it is frantic sainovic turtle lays it's great i liked the introductions though to the thunder by the different forms of gannon would we're we're getting really close the story i promise if you're listening on gin farms wall i like the concept of them i'm not sure if they were executed as well as the story for cherub lie this is my favorite i like this idea to that he.