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South Dakota National Parks

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

06:08 min | Last month

South Dakota National Parks

"Welcome the amateur traveler. I'm your host Chris Christensen. Let's talk about South Dakota. I'd like to welcome back to the show Gary Art from everything. Dash EVERYWHERE DOT com. Who's come to talk to us? Surprise surprise about national parks. This time about the National Parks of South Dakota Gary. Welcome back to the show. It has been so long. Yeah and we never get to talk so it's always a pleasure. It has been a very short period of time since I talked to carry but we have talked about doing this show since we ran into each other. Probably at Mount Rushmore last October September September. I think yeah. Maybe it's October. But yeah we're going to t backs and and this was totally unplanned. You just happen to be a remote rushmore exact same time. It's one of those odd coincidences that happen. And it doesn't happen to meet all that often but there are some national parks in South Dakota. That are not Mount Rushmore. So where are we going if we go to the National Parks of South Dakota? They're six national park. Service sites in South Dakota and five of them are in the West located in or near the Black Hills. And then there's one all by its lonesome in the east so we might as well talk about that one. I and that is the Missouri River National Recreation area. It lies on the Missouri River as you might guess given the name it is in the charming little town of yanked him. South Dakota believe it or not. I was actually rather curious to visit yanked and because I had read a list several years ago that had the cheapest place to live in America was yanked in South Dakota so it was kind of curious to see I was kind of curious. What kind of community is this? And it's very nice and it's not rundown or anything now it's cheap. It just happens to be in the middle of nowhere and that's why the site is right on the border with Missouri arm starting Nebraska and it's fifty nine mile stretch of the Missouri River. Very nice some very large bluffs that are overlooking the river and a national recreation area. So it's not a park if you go to the visitor center and look to get your National Park Stamp. It is not a visitor center per se. It is the office. So that's where the maintenance vehicles and the office staff and they're all there and in that building there's a very small lobby and they just sort of stick the stamp out there for people that want it but unlike pretty much every other national parks that you go to. There's no movie there's no displays none of that. It's very straightforward. It's just something that you can visit. There's a bridge which goes from South Dakota to Nebraska that crosses the river and that's probably some of the best views you're going to get of the river if you WANNA take some photos. There's a place you can pull out just before the bridge. You can't really stop on the bridge nor can you really walk across the bridge. So that's kind of difficult so you just have to keep those things in mind. It's far enough east for. I think you could easily do day-trip if you happen to be in Sioux falls or if you're driving across the state I mean if you wanted to dip down interstate ninety s the interstate. The kind of runs across South Dakota East West. You could do that if you're a serious national parks. Yeah other than that. There's not a lot there. Well I should say for the listeners. The show who are either not from the US or possibly geographically challenged the Missouri River may not stick out in your mind but Missouri River is the longest river in North America. If you include the merchant into the Mississippi River in Saint Louis even if you don't include the Mississippi part I believe North think it's the Missouri Mississippi Slash Missouri. So if you took if you went from New Orleans and then just kind of banked left at Saint Louis rather than right that would take you further. 'cause THE MISSISSIPPI goes up into northern Minnesota whereas the Missouri goes much further will the I? I'm looking it up in the Missouri River just until it gets to the mouth Where it enters into the Mississippi is well for our European listers who I was mentioning this forest. Thirty seven hundred thirty seven sixty seven kilometers or two thousand three hundred forty one miles. So there's really quite an amazing amount of the length of this river not to mention the fact that it empties into the Mississippi River. The river at this point and yanked is pretty good sized. It's not a rapid river. Anything like that. It's far too big for it if anything else. It kind of gives you an appreciation for the river. Think if you go up to North Dakota there are some sites that are close to the as well and you with Lewis and Clark and these the Missouri kind of as their highway to get to the West speaking of the river. I in South Dakota many times live in Minnesota and I think South Dakota is kind of. There's two half's to the state the east and the West in the dividing line is the Missouri River it kind of goes along Nebraska and then it hooks up in when you're on interstate ninety that goes East West when you cross the river. The geography changes pretty dramatically so on the eastern side of the river. It's really flat. Is Your stereotypical great plains. Corn for miles. Once you cross it then you start to see hills instantly like instantly instantly. And that's a function of the river the meandering of the river in the flood plain and everything has basically scour out everything to the east of it and literally. When you cross the bridge you start to see some hills and that's not the black hills yet but it's kind of building up to that. I think you're still well over one hundred miles away at that point and all of the rest of the parks are in this. Western part of the state in the western part of the state is by far the most interesting. It gets the most tourists. You've heard of pretty much anything. In South Dakota it is to the west of the Missouri River in that Black Hills area. So we're talking deadwood Mount Rushmore while drug everything except the Mitchell Corn Palace.

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Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

03:30 min | 6 months ago

"gary art" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

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"gary art" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

02:39 min | 6 months ago

"gary art" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

"May man big dummy today? Go to the person that's going drew Pearson. All legend man. You've been sitting on the bus stop so long. You Might WanNa get up and start walking brothers seventy years old. Were Getting Hall of fame. Let it go. He Ain't GonNa make it to the next bus. Stop all right. L. Beckham Junior who's national championship. Annex have landed him in hot water and arrest warrant has been issued after video surfaced of lovie. J. Slapping Security Guard on the backside of the locker room are my such think anything will come of this. Yeah I think actually through this process if other shoes shoes hit heavy would find our sanctions from Aa Odell is facing a thousand dollar fine and up to six months in jail. They might put them behind bars just to make make statement. I don't see it going that far but I I think they're just trying to shake him up so they can have a conversation with him but Uncle Jimmy. We're go serious with uncle Jimmy. No jokes Jimmy. Seventeen years in law enforcement and Kansas City. Wanted your take on this Oh. BJ Locker Room fiasco when this video. I surface did I. Did I not tell you. Oh they're going to charge his ASS. You did say at early literally. Utah's ask her so look man hit let let let let's get some established. Right is right wrong is long and it ain't no in the middle okay okay. Let's just do that no jokes. No jokes listen to what I'm trying to say. And I'm very serious when I saw that. Remember Russell Wilson Russell Westbrook when the little boy testing playing basketball and Russell Westbrook told that Kid's father in no uncertain terms what he would do to him you and his wife if that kid ever touched him while he was working right there in the NBA playoffs. Last year call. Laura got pushed by Fan. We went ballistic. The Fan was banned for life. Come to fire. Come to find out that he was owner but he was still find suspended now. We defend these millionaire athletes. But I guess the the demand the law enforcement officer making forty thousand dollars a year. He ain't got no rights when he's doing his job. Only to millionaires are protected. Right make a point two years ago. Whatnot wasn't Gary Art? Yes you are okay so oh you telling me that odeal.

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"gary art" Discussed on This Week in Travel

This Week in Travel

03:32 min | 11 months ago

"gary art" Discussed on This Week in Travel

"I'm actually gonna do. I don't usually do this but i'm going to link in the show notes to some bike travel shows and articles we've done on amateur traveler because we have some real interesting ones in there she could if you're not looking at the show notes it's amateur travellers slash tags slash bicycle dash travel but we have interview with a family for instance of four who did the route that you're doing now again in two years <hes> with two young kids with like a nine year old and a ten year old of a family on bikes. I think jen. I think you've met them <hes> but they basically did it again. For two years. Pull the kids out of school and educated them along the road and then i also have a couple of shows that we did with the <hes> with a couple that biked all across crossed the stance all across iran and all across the becca stanton risk making a stand kazakhstan cures kirghistan as well as somebody somebody who biked santia go in spain so check out those open link to that on the show nuts with that. Where can we find you online. I think we i said the points i._p. Dot com anything. That's the place de dot com. That's our website. <hes> it's the same on <hes> facebook and instagram and that's that's everything we got excellent end. Inspite anything new you wanna mentioned besides you may have a podcast nothing nothing super new except that a- as of monday i believe we will have live we will have posted the inappropriate traveler podcast with with none other than gary art with a co host tasha hacker now. This is our law august podcast ever <hes> and if you know gary you know why back but we're we're gonna. I still have to do a little editing and we're still trying to decide whether or not to go. It's one episode or two was. I want to edit them. Yeah no gary was definitely not appropriate. So it worked out fine. He just had a plethora of inappropriateness and it was awesome so we're we're gonna try to get that up fairly soon probably by the time this episode is out we will be out but that's at inappropriate traveler dot com and the <hes> the community for that is all across facebook instagram twitter later death by jetlag death by jetlag and that's where we're basically you can find these excellent anything new you want to mention mentioned nothing new to mention today except for my faux pas in the last one i am going to berlin for the first time and so if you wanna throw any any travel tips at me hit me up in twitter at gen leah i don't remember you doing a faux pas and the last one but okay with the and amid traveler new shows so on lima and sri lanka since the last time we have mentioned it. Thank you all for listening. Thank you chris hague again for being our guest i again the places i._p. Dot com and thank you spud in gen for showing up when gary was too lazy to do so and get out there and get on your bike and go someplace fun..

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"gary art" Discussed on This Week in Travel

This Week in Travel

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"gary art" Discussed on This Week in Travel

"C. Relatives a take one of these one of these launches Ferrier's <hes> down to the Delta you end up in one of the southern cities each of which describes lives of selves as the Venice of Bangladesh will would you town that every city has a lot of waterways in it a delightful and very inexpensive trip. I'm sure you should probably take profit guided to with travel company company but just traveled with the ordinary people and people will strike up a conversation with you probably invite you to the home when you get to the other end. It's a it's a great way to see how rivers defy the life of countries excellent choice. Let's start to wrap things up <hes> Chris what is new on the amateur traveler this week. We just did a show about SOC- schedule I had a big hole elon the candidate map of amateur travelling we'd never done a show about Saskatchewan so we just filled in that whole desk because most Canadians don't even go to sketch on on the on the blog I actually wrote a a locals guide to taking a ball game in San Francisco and what you need to know if you're going to go to what is now Oracle Park Excellent Jen. Where can people find you online still not so much online except for on twitter at at and at bay curious mom I'm still working on my Las Vegas guidebook with Cora and really hope to have that done by in time for Tea Beck's billings excellent spud what is new on the inappropriate traveling this week? <hes> the inappropriate traveler podcast is going to have within within about three hours. I hope <hes> in interview with rich grant <hes> a man who spent thirty five years is representing a Denver tour and who has this wildly successful blog called walking and drinking so figure rich was a good candidate for the inappropriate traveler and <hes> just getting all the information behind it up. I've been getting pictures up and that'll be up later today but today is actually two weeks from now so by the time this area just to be working on something like that <hes> this working on Gary Art interview on the podcast so look forward to that coming soon and David where can people find you online. They can find my website David h mold ammo you L. D. or one word dot COM <hes>.

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"gary art" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

10:14 min | 1 year ago

"gary art" Discussed on KCRW

"From NPR news. I'm Scott Simon for a moment this week, a deeply divided yours. Congress came together to send a stinging rebuke of President Trump's defense Saudi Arabia. The Senate voted withdraw US military support for the kingdom's war in Yemen. Or the Saudi led air campaign has created a grim humanitarian crisis then came this vote, but the brutal killing never journalist. This is now unanimously United States Senate has said that crown prince Mohammed bin Salman is responsible for the murder of Jamal kashogi so many headlines. These days seemed to lead back to Saudi Arabia return now to Robin Wright, contributing writer for the New Yorker and a joint fellow tuition institute of peace and the Woodrow Wilson center who joins us from the Middle East via Skype. Thanks so much for being with us. Robyn, always great to be with you, Scott. What what has there been about the death of this one man Jamal kashogi that seems to have galvanized so much reexamination reappraisal of the US Saudi relationship. Well, he gets very rare that you get a case of murder execution assassination that is so grisly and some detailed. Do you have a tape of the execution itself? And so it's resonated. I think on a human level on a strategic level in a way that would have I think surprised dramatic show more than anyone else as as people, of course, have noted there are thousands of people who've died in Yemen, which didn't seem to move the United States to reappraise that policy. The death of this one man. Has though help us understand how some of these dots are interconnected. Well, remember that there had been growing sentiment within congress questioning about whether the US should continue supporting Saudi Arabia to the degree. It was providing intelligence, providing the bombs helping refuel the war planes that are dropping these bombs providing munitions providing the training that had happened before Jamal's execution on October second, but this seemed to galvanize more attention, and in a city that is so incredibly divided actually bring Republicans and Democrats together, I can't think of a single other issue in which there's greater unanimity between the divided parties than there has been in the last few months on oh martyrdom. Robin. Would it be fair to say that a lot of President Trump's foreign policy seems to depend on Saudi Arabia. Absolutely three of his five most important, foreign policy, initiatives squeezing Iran, trying to get it to renegotiate a nuclear deal and negotiate on other issues, like missile tests, human rights intervention in the Middle East, the much publicized and heralded peace plan between the Arab world and the Israelis, which of course, is so far gone, no place and the counterterrorism program facing down extremism in an age of Al Qaeda, and ISIS all three were really dependent very much on Saudi Arabia's support. And because Mohammed bin Salman is today. Saudi arabia. He is mobilized all five channels of power military intelligence political the Royal court in his office. There is no other alternative in the kingdom. And no other alternative for the Trump administration really to move forward on any of these big initiatives. And do you see any signs based on your knowledge and experience there in Saudi Arabia? Robin the any sign whatsoever. That the vote of the US Senate or widespread skepticism about Mohammed bin Salman leadership leads to in any way, reducing his power in Saudi Arabia. Their members of the Royal family or the ruling regime who say look he doesn't have the trust of the Americans of the west. We've got to make a change. Not so far one of the striking things is the ability of this, very young, man. He's only thirty three years old. To rehabilitate his image after all he managed to go to the G twenty the world's twenty most important countries economically at their summit in Argentina in December. And he was welcomed in some cases back slapped by gladder Putin by even spoke with President Trump. And so that rehabilitation rehabilitation process has begun. Now, the bigger question is whether they what the Senate has done will lead congress eventually to put more pressure on the White House to rethink or recalculate what it's doing with the kingdom on Yemen on other issues. I doubt the administration or the kingdom will change. But Yemen is now the big open question, and particularly because it's increasingly gaining attention as the world's greatest humanitarian crisis. Thanks so much, Robin Wright, thank you. Not a story about Saudi influence campaign. Using American veterans. The Washington Post revealed new details in a report this month veterans were given all expense paid trips to Washington DC to lobby congress over a twenty sixteen law the Justice against sponsors of terrorism MAC door Justa, it allows the families of nine eleven victims to sue the Saudi government for any role. Saudi citizens had in those attacks Saudi Arabia, strongly opposed the law, many veterans worried, the new law might lead other countries to retaliate and prosecute Jewish troops serving overseas. Gary art of Texas, a forty six year old veteran who was a navy medical Cormon, what onto of those lobbying trips in December twenty sixteen and again, January twenty seventeen helps to discuss these matters with congressmen and senators because you're a veteran, you know, the idea was that it would resonate a little more who someone who can actually be in the. Position to suffer. The consequences were did you stay in Washington. Dc we'll much to my surprise. We wound up staying at the Trump International hotel. Nice place. Very nice extremely nice Mr. arch by his second trip. He realized his visits were being funded by the Saudi government, not the event organizers vetch themselves failed to make that connection clear to him and other participants the Washington Post found that within a month of Trump's election five hundred nights at the Trump hotel had been paid by lobbying firm representing the Saudi government. Mr. did you feel used very disappointed because you know, all our efforts were genuine, and there is a few people that you were this was coming from didn't disclose it. And you know, shame on them. So my problem with this is it now. When veterans go to visit senators and congressmen are they gonna be received in the same distinguished light? Or are they going to be looked at as somebody who is being paid or? Being taken advantage of by some foreign national interests lobbying group. I'm sure, you know, the old phrase, Mr. art politics makes strange bedfellows. And and even if you're uncomfortable is it not just a fact of life that sometimes people who have divergent interests in many respects do agree on one or two issues. And and you know, that makes democracy possible. I agree. So the fact that that you feel strongly about this legislation and Saudi Arabia does for different reasons. Does it really matter? Will it does? And I'll tell you why. During the second visit things started to get a little bit more directed. You know, like, for instance, one of the people involved in the group that was leading the group said, okay. One of our directives. Today's to talk to these congressman about whether or not they know some family members of nine eleven victims, and perhaps maybe we can create a a meeting, and I just had to stop everybody. And I said we cannot walk into congressman's office and ask them to set up a meeting between family members of nine eleven victims and us, you know, as is military service members, we went to other countries in fought off, the people or that were associated with the people that created this tragic event nine eleven and now you're going to try to mediate for potentially a country that might have been responsible for this. So. So fortunately. No, one after I stated that case said anything like that. I have to I have to ask mister or do you feel that President Trump has been soft on Saudi Arabia, in my opinion? He needs to listen to congress, and he needs to listen to the Senate more than he does. And they need to respect the presidency as well. Navy veteran. Gary are thanks so much for speaking with us. You're quite well. We asked the Saudi embassy for comment and have not received a response. We did hear from one. Organizer of those veteran flying's who says that he and four-ball veterans who participated at their arrival their travel and lodging was funded by the Saudi government the Saudi funded bookings at the Trump hotel or nowadays Yuna para federal lawsuits, alleging President Trump violated the constitution by taking improper payments from a foreign government. Melvin do mar died this week at the age of seventy four. He was briefly a household name in the mid nineteen seventies. When he contended Howard Hughes. It left.

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"gary art" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

10:16 min | 1 year ago

"gary art" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Scott Simon for a moment this week, a deeply divided US. Congress came together to send a stinging rebuke of President Trump's defensive Saudi Arabia. The Senate voted withdraw US military support for the kingdom's war in Yemen. Or the Saudi led air campaign has created a grim humanitarian crisis then came this vote, but the brutal killing never journalist. This is now unanimously the United States Senate has said that crown prince Mohammed bin Salman is responsible for the murder of Jamal kashogi show headlines. These days seemed lead back to Saudi Arabia return now to Robin Wright, contributing writer for the New Yorker and a joint fellow tuition institute of peace and the Woodrow Wilson center who joins us from the Middle East via Skype. Thanks so much for being with us. Robyn, always great to be with you, Scott. What what has there been about the death of this one man Jamal Khashoggi that seems to have galvanized so much reexamination reappraisal of the US Saudi relationship. Well, thank you. It's very rare that you get a case of murder execution assassination that is so grisly and so detailed. Do you have a tape of the situation of sounds? So it's resonated. I think on a human level on a strategic level in a way that would have. I think surprised more than anyone else as people, of course, have noted. There are thousands of people who died in Yemen, which couldn't seem to move the United States to reappraise that policy. The death of this one man. Has though help understand how some of these dots are interconnected. Well, remember that there had been growing sentiment within congress questioning about whether the US should continue supporting Saudi Arabia to the degree. It was providing intelligence, providing the bombs helping refuel the warplanes that are dropping these bombs providing munitions providing the training that had happened before Jamal's execution on October second, but this seemed to galvanize more attention, and in a city that is so incredibly divided actually bring Republicans and Democrats together, I can't think of a single other issue in which there's a greater unanimity between the divided parties than there has been in the last few months. Monica Shoji smarter. Robin. Would it be fair to say that a lot of President Trump's foreign policy seems to depend on Saudi Arabia. Absolutely three of his five most important, foreign policy, initiatives squeezing Iran trying to get it to renegotiate a nuclear deal and negotiate on other issues, like missile tests, human rights intervention in the Middle East, the much publicized and heralded peace plan between the Arab world and the Israelis, which of course, is so far gone, no place and the terrorism program facing down extremism in an age of Al Qaeda, and ISIS walls, three were really dependent very much on Saudi Arabia's support. And because Mohammed bin Salman is today. Saudi arabia. He is mobilized all five channels of power military intelligence political the Royal court in his office. There is no other alternative in the kingdom. And no other alternative for the Trump administration really to move forward on any of these big initiatives. And do you see any signs based on your knowledge and experience there in Saudi Arabia? Robin that any sign whatsoever. That the vote of the US Senate or widespread skepticism about Mohammed bin Salman is leadership leads to in any way, reducing his power in Saudi Arabia. Their members of the Royal family or the ruling regime who say look he doesn't have the trust of the Americans of the west. We've got to make a change. Not so far one of the striking things is the ability of this, very young, man. He's only thirty three years old. To rehabilitate his image after all he managed to go to the G twenty the world's twenty most important countries economically at their summit in Argentina in December. And he was welcomed in some cases back slapped by Vladimir Putin, but even spoke with President Trump. And so that rehabilitate rehabilitation process has begun. Now, the bigger question is whether they what the Senate has done will lead congress eventually to put more pressure on the White House to rethink or recalculate what it's doing with the kingdom on Yemen on other issues. I doubt the administration the kingdom will change. But Yemen is now the big open question, and particularly because it's increasingly gaining attention as the world's greatest humanitarian crisis. Thanks for much, Robin Wright, thank you. Story about Saudi influence campaign. Using American veterans. The Washington Post revealed new details in a report this month veterans were given all expense paid trips to Washington DC to lobby congress over twenty sixteen law, the Justice against sponsors of terrorism MAC or Justa it allows the families of nine eleven victims to sue the Saudi government for any role. Saudi citizens had in those attacks Saudi Arabia, strongly opposed the law, many veterans worried, the new law might lead other countries to retaliate and prosecute Jewish troops serving overseas. Gary art of Texas, a Forty-six year old veteran who was a navy medical Cormon, what onto of those lobbying trips in December twenty sixteen and again, January twenty seventeen helps to discuss these matters with congressmen and senators because you're a veteran, you know, the idea was it it would resonate a little more who someone who can actually be in the. Position to suffer the consequences. Where did you stay in Washington DC? We'll much my surprise. We wound up staying at the Trump International hotel. Nice place. Very is extremely nice art says by his second trip. He realized his visits were being funded by the Saudi government, not the event organizers vetch themselves failed to make that connection clear to him and other participants the Washington Post found that within a month of Trump's election five hundred nights at the Trump hotel had been paid by a lobbying firm representing the Saudi government, should Mr.. Did you feel used you know, it's very disappointed because, you know, all our efforts were genuine and. There is a few people that you were. This was coming from didn't disclose it. And you know, shame on them. So my problem with this is it now. When veterans go to visit senators and congressmen are they gonna be received in the same distinguished light? Or are they going to be looked at as somebody who is being paid or? Being taken advantage of by some foreign national interest lobbying group. I'm sure, you know, the old phrase, Mr. art politics makes strange bedfellows. And and even if you're uncomfortable is it not just a fact of life that sometimes people who have divergent interests in many respects do agree. On one or two issues, and and you know, that makes democracy possible. I agree. So the fact that that you feel strongly about this legislation and Saudi Arabia does for different reasons. Visit really matter will it does. And I'll tell you why. During the second visit things started to get a little bit more directed. You know, like, for instance, one of the people involved in the group that was leading the group said, okay. One of our directives. Today's talk to these congressman about whether or not they know some family members of nine eleven victims, and perhaps maybe we can create a a meeting, and I just had to stop everybody. I said we cannot walk into congressman's office and ask them to set up a meeting between family members of nine eleven victims us, you know, as military service members, we went to other countries. In font off the people or that were associated with the people that created this tragic event nine eleven and now you're going to try to mediate for potentially a country that might have been responsible for this. So. So fortunately. No one. After I stayed case said anything like that. I have to I have to ask mister or do you feel that President Trump has been soft and Saudi Arabia, in my opinion? He needs to listen to congress, and he needs to listen to the Senate more than he does. And they need to respect the presidency as well. Navy veteran Gary yard, thanks so much for speaking with us. You're quite welcome. We asked the Saudi embassy for comment and have not received a response. We did hear from one. Organizer of those veteran flying's who says that he informed all veterans who participated at their arrival. The travel and lodging was funded by the Saudi government the Saudi funded bookings at the Trump hotel or nowadays Yuna para federal lawsuit, alleging President Trump violated the constitution by taking improper payments from a foreign government. Kelvin do mar died this week at the age of seventy four. He was briefly a household name in the mid nineteen seventies. When he contended Howard Hughes had left him. One sixteenth of his fortune after.

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"gary art" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

10:01 min | 1 year ago

"gary art" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Fishes weekend edition from NPR news. I'm Scott Simon for a moment this week, a deeply divided US. Congress came together to send a stinging rebuke of President Trump's defensive Saudi Arabia. The Senate voted withdraw US military support for the kingdom's war in Yemen. Or the Saudi led air campaign has created a grim humanitarian crisis then came this vote, but the brutal killing never journalist. This is now unanimously the United States Senate has said that crown prince Mohammed bin Salman is responsible for the murder of kashogi show many headlines. These days seemed to lead back to Saudi Arabia return now to Robin Wright, contributing writer for the New Yorker and a joint fellow at the institute of peace and the Woodrow Wilson center who joins us from the Middle East via Skype. Thanks so much for being with us. Robyn, always great to be with you, Scott. What what has there been about the death of this one man Jamal kashogi that seems to have galvanized so much reexamination reappraisal of the US Saudi relationship. It's very rare that you get a case of murder execution assassination that is so grisly and some detailed. Do you have a tape of the execution itself? And so it's resonated. I think on a human level on a strategic level in a way that would have surprised dramatic astrology more than anyone else as as people, of course, have noted there are thousands of people who've died in Yemen, which didn't seem to move the United States to reappraise that policy. The death of this one man. Has though help us understand how some of these dots are interconnected. Remember that there had been growing sentiment within congress questioning about whether the US should continue supporting Saudi Arabia to the degree. It was providing intelligence providing the bombs helping fuel the war planes that are dropping these bombs providing munitions providing the training that had happened before Jamal's execution on actual per second. But this seemed to galvanize more attention, and in a city that is so incredibly divided actually bring Republicans and Democrats together, I can't think of a single other issue in which there's greater unanimity between the divided parties than there has been in the last few months on Kashoggi's murder. Robin. Would it be fair to say that a lot of President Trump's foreign policy seems to depend on Saudi Arabia. Absolutely three of his five most important, foreign policy, initiatives squeezing Iran trying to get it to renegotiate a nuclear deal and negotiate on other issues, like missile tests, human rights intervention in the Middle East, the much publicized and heralded peace plan between the Arab world in Israel, as which of course, is so far gone, no place and the counterterrorism terrorism program facing down extremism in an age of al-qaeda, and ISIS walls, re were really dependent very much on Saudi Arabia's support. And because Mohammed bin Salman is today. Saudi arabia. He is mobilized all five channels of power military intelligence political the Royal court in his office. There is no other alternative in the kingdom and no other alternative floor. The Trump administration really to move forward on any of these big initiatives. And do you see any signs based on your knowledge and experience there in Saudi Arabia? Robin that any sign whatsoever. That the vote of the US Senate or widespread skepticism about Mohammed bin Salman leadership leads to in any way, reducing his power in Saudi Arabia. Their members of the Royal family or the ruling regime who say look he doesn't have the trust of the Americans or the west we've got to make a change. Not so far one of the striking things is the ability of this, very young, man. He's only thirty three years old. To rehabilitate his image after all he managed to go to the G twenty the world's twenty most important countries economically at their summit in Argentina in December. And he was welcomed in some cases back slapped by Vladimir Putin, but even spoke with President Trump. And so that rehabilitation rehabilitation process has begun. Now, the bigger question is whether they what the Senate has done will lead congress eventually to put more pressure on the White House to rethink or recalculate what it's doing with the kingdom on Yemen on other issues. I doubt the administration, whereas the kingdom will change. But Yemen is now the big open question, and particularly because it's increasingly gaining attention as the world's greatest humanitarian crisis. Thanks so much, Robin Wright, thank you. A story about Saudi influence campaign. Using American veterans. The Washington Post revealed new details in a report this month veterans were given all expense paid trips to Washington DC to lobby congress over twenty sixteen law, the Justice against sponsors of terrorism MAC or Justa it allows the families of nine eleven victims to sue the Saudi government for any role. Saudi should have some chat in those attacks Saudi Arabia strongly opposed a law. Many veterans worried the new law might lead other countries to retaliate and prosecute Jewish troops. Serving overseas. Gary art of Texas, a Forty-six year old veteran who was a navy medical Cormon, what onto of those lobbying trips in December twenty sixteen and again, January twenty seventeen helps to discuss these matters with congressmen and senators because you're a veteran, you know, the idea was it it would resonate a little more who someone who can actually be in a position to suffer the consequences. Where did you stay in Washington DC will much to my surprise? We wound up staying at the Trump International hotel. Nice place. Very is extremely nice art says by his second trip. He realized his visits were being funded by the Saudi government, not the event organizers vetch themselves failed to make that connection cleared again and other participants the Washington Post found that within a month of Trump's election five hundred nights at the Trump hotel had been paid by lobbying firm representing the Saudi government show. Mr. did you feel used very disappointed because you know, all our efforts were genuine and. There was a few people that you were. This was coming from didn't disclose it. And you know, shame on them. So my problem with this is it now. When veterans go to visit senators and congressmen are they gonna be received in the same distinguished light? Or are they going to be looked at as somebody who is being paid or? Being taken advantage of by some foreign national interests lobbying group. I'm sure, you know, the old phrase, Mr. art politics makes strange bedfellows. And and even if you're uncomfortable is it not just a fact of life that sometimes people who have divergent interests in many respects do agree. On one or two issues, and and you know, that makes democracy possible. I agree. So the fact that that you feel strongly about this legislation and Saudi Arabia does for different reasons. Does it really matter? Will it does? I'll tell you why. During the second visit things started to get a little bit more directed. You know, like, for instance, one of the people involved in the group that was leading the group said, okay. One of our directives. Today's to talk to these congressman about whether or not they know some family members of nine eleven victims, and perhaps maybe we can create a a meeting, and I just had to stop everybody. I said we cannot walk into congressman's office and ask them to set up a meeting between family members of nine eleven victims us, you know, as military service members, we went to other countries. In font off the people or that were associated with the people that created this tragic event nine eleven and now you're going to try to mediate for potentially country that might have been responsible for this. So. So fortunately. No one. After I stayed that case said anything like that. I have to I have to ask mister or do you feel that President Trump has been soft on Saudi Arabia, in my opinion? He needs to listen to congress, and he needs to listen to the Senate more than he does. And they need to respect the presidency as well. Navy veteran Gary yard, thanks so much for speaking with us. You're quite welcome. We asked the Saudi embassy for comment and have not received a response. We did hear from one. Organizer of those veteran flying's who says that he informed all veterans who participated at their arrival. They're traveling lodging was funded by the Saudi government the Saudi funded bookings at the Trump hotel or nowadays pair para federal lawsuits, alleging President Trump violated the constitution by taking improper payments from a foreign.

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"gary art" Discussed on Fame is a Bitch

Fame is a Bitch

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"gary art" Discussed on Fame is a Bitch

"What are you worth sixty seventy million dollars? Just say your gay. Fuck it. No one's gonna care. And his new movie he's got he plays. Gary Hart, somebody on the internet on Twitter or somebody one of my listeners at hey, what do you think of the new Gary Hart movie, I said who what Gary who Gary hot? So Gary Hart, the politician. I said the guy who was fucking Donna rice on the boat named monkey bit. There's a movie. Yeah. You Jack was playing when I heard that he's gonna come out that he's gay after the movie premieres. And I'm like, I had no idea a Hugh Jackman was playing Gary art. So now, what was the plant? Have you Jackman looked like a real straight spurt chasing mad, man? Heterosexual skirt-chasing dirty politics. Gimme a break. He's got a bad wig on it looks nothing like Gary Hart. I don't even know who's playing Donna rice. But. Oh my God. These choices they make anyhow. I also wanted to talk about. You know, I get I get a lot of pissed off about fucking apology nation. I I show over year ago about a policy nation about how many times we fucking apologize. Not me. Maybe not you. But all these fucking famous people politicians actors athletes, they got to apologize everything. They say. Excuse me. And I saw a Sarah Michelle Gellar who fucking hasn't done guts. And I don't know how long she apologized or something. And she ate the only one I'll get to the next people in a second. But you know, Sarah, Michelle Gellar who I don't know when she worked last. She she she pinned up over a house. A reminder not to overeat on Thursday. And she put up a tweet saying, I'm just gonna pin me pictures of myself over my house as a reminded nasty overeat Thursday thanksgiving is it just two point two million followers. And she captioned. These photos. What what I just said. It was a she used throwback photos of his self wearing lingerie during the two thousand seven maxim photo shoot when she was really on topper game. And she completed the caption with the hashtag thanksgiving prep. And of course, social media users started the flood the comments section. They slammed her tweet, which she called thin Spiratou. Some Astle your caption is problematic, and I suggest you do some research on eating disorders, the mental health issues that go along with them, and how diet culture is harmful to women girls. Look up to you know, we don't this should be mindful of the message, you're sending me on other jerk off road while really shocked that a woman in a position of influence and a mother would post this. Nothing positive comes from this post only narcissism in fucking theory that women need to be stay to be acceptable. You know, big fatty wrote that and then of course, Sarah, Michelle delare collapsed into making this fucking apology..

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"gary art" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

11:58 min | 1 year ago

"gary art" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Five two one two four two two seven that's eight five five two one two four two two seven. We'll take your calls up to the top of the hour. And then we're going to do a little bit of basketball because I keep promising you that Kevin Durant and Draymond green. Have. In fact, spoken and Draymond is is giving you his side of the story. And he's only going to talk about at once. So this is it also Katie is saying not a zip, zilch. He's not answering any more questions about Draymond green. But if you watch the game so the game between the rockets and the warriors was in Houston on Thursday night. If you watched it, you could tell that mom was starting out the game looking for Katie that he was attempting to to pass in the ball as much as possible early on. And they spoke on the court and they had high fives. And the team got blown out. Out. I mean, they they gave up twenty one consecutive points in the fourth quarter. And Steve Kerr has a reason for that. But the two of them at least if it wasn't that they were putting on a pretty good act that everything was fine. And so we'll we'll definitely do some of that at the top of the are plus weird situation with Carmelo Anthony. Now who is kind of available. I guess Houston is making him available. Carlos is listening in Irving, Texas. Carlos welcome to after hours. Hey, how you doing Amy? I want to touch base on McCarthy of me. He ain't going nowhere. Jason Gary art Cowboys. Well, not in the middle of the season. No. But but if the team doesn't make the playoffs finishes below five hundred and they don't have an Aaron Rodgers injury two point two. Well, then I could see there being change there. I mean, I just think they're Vicky draft. Good running back and get Ren game. Because that's that kind of this game one hundred and seventy three yards to what they actually have a good running back. Sometimes they just don't use him for long stretches, which is odd. But they I mean Aaron Jones he had five catches for over sixty yards. So he did have over one hundred yards from scrimmage. Everybody whisper volka matched up two touchdowns. Everybody's best woman three hundred plus. But I mean, the one with the ball is Bill grumpy Bill because they lost by three points. Yeah. I called him. Russell westbrook. Did you call him? Russell westbrook. Bill Crosby Mason Crosby. No, it's fine. It's been a long day. Maybe unless you're already awake on your Friday morning. Yes, ma'am. Yes, ma'am. I well, then you need some more coffee. But I definitely. You know what they do? They just picks away from getting that team together. Good running back and a couple of good defenders. They'll be there. But they do for you have good morning. Thanks Carlos have a great Friday. Happy Friday to you eight five five two one two four two two seven Dave said in my ear. Well, I could see Dave, and Chris we're talking and I'm looking at them and one of them said in my ear. He said Russell Westbrook. And I thought you said I said 'cause that's so me, right. I mean, I'm the person who does that. I do you. Remember? Shoot the. That receiver for the eagles who got caught on tape using the N word. This is just that's the receiver. What was his name Riley, Riley Cooper, Riley Cooper? So do you know how many times I called him Riley curry when that was happening which because remember that the NBA finals, the first one that the warriors one Riley was like two or something, and she was in all of the press conferences with Steph. And so I can't and this is a serious topic right is Riley Cooper, and whether or not the eagles should keep him, watch it happen. And I keep calling and Riley curry. Oh my gosh. Yeah. I suck at names. I'm so bad at names. All right. Let's talk to Walter who's in Maryland. Walter, welcome to after hours. How you doing Amy? I'm good. All right. Well, was sixty three year fan of the risk is. But I'm real nervous. Thanks since. You were a baby in diapers. Yes. All the took me when I was three years old so Griffin stadium here in DC. So co-op. It's been a long time. But I just wanna say you think we could beat Houston. I think anything is possible, man. Yeah. And did you think Alex Smith was so more one in a game? I'm sorry say that again. Do you think? Alex Smith was so more than one touchdown in a game. Yeah. I think he can I but I will say this about the Redskins when they win. It's because they run the ball and because they stopped the run those are the two keys for the Redskins. They do not need to reinvent the wheel. And I don't think that they need to have this high flying offense either. It's good if they can open things up now. And then if they can keep defenses honest, but they win when they run the ball. They win when they stopped the run. That's who they are. I don't think they need to get all crazy and be you don't need Alex mitt to be Patrick Mahomes. It would be nice. But he's not. So why don't you do what you do? Well, right. Well, let me say this same. Remember the Baltimore Ravens won the Super Bowl with defense. Where are you? Walter. Are you at the grocery store? Walter. I just I ruined. Walter by asking the question didn't that sound like he was checking out at the grocery store, and because it would be like a twenty four hour grocery store. It was really really empty, and you could hear like the self checkout lines or else. There's someone standing in front of him who's running his items. That's exactly what it sounded. Like you. Go back and isolate that noise, and it's exactly like a grocery store in the middle of the night. Which by the way, I love shopping at the grocery store when it's nothing, but me and the shelves dockers and eighties music blaring over loudspeakers, the grocery store that I go to in in in the town nearby. They always have eighties night. It's awesome. So you go state late on a Friday night. And they're stocking shelves and clearly the head shelf Stocker has has decided it has to be eighties night. And so I'm belting out Belinda Carlisle the top of my lungs. It's awesome about you. Can't even envision that. Sean is listening in Brockton mass. -chusetts? Sean, welcome to after hours. How's the weather there? It's snowing here aiming snowing here, be careful. Yeah. No. I had more a question or kind of get your opinion on on this season with Bill dollar check in. I don't know if it's more of his inability or his willingness to. Awesome. That you guys want to talk about football Friday. So you can do that by calling us up eight five five two one two four two two seven or by finding us on Twitter a law radio, and then our Facebook page as well. And so the game that a lot of you obviously are looking forward to I'm looking forward to it. If you're geeky football fan, actually, you don't even have to be geeky football fan. You can just be a marginal football fan. NBC drawn in by the bright lights in the big city and LA and a pair of nine and one teams. This is the game that we've been talking about now for over a month that it's been circled on the calendar since these two teams got off to a really good start. So there's two things going on here. Obviously both of these teams have fantastic offenses. You would think on paper that the Rams have a better defense. But there are times when the Rams despite these first round draft picks they've got on that front line. Actually, don't get a lot of pressure on opposing passers. And they don't stuff the Ron as well as you think they should. So you've got you amazing offenses. I don't know if you guys wanted to be a shootout maybe it will be like the patriots chiefs game. Maybe it will be. Or maybe you'll have one of these teams step up and get pressure on the QB and come up with some really big defensive plays. Here's the deal though, you try to put pressure on Patrick Mahomes, and he generally comes up with some kind of crazy. Scramble where he extends the play. And then throws the ball across his body downfield forty yards. I would sign up to a couple of those actually. So he's really looking forward to Monday night football. And why not the chiefs have absolutely every possibility in front of them with the way they've started this season. I off it's Monday night. So you're gonna be like the only thing on TV you're gonna get to play against a really really good team. And every aspect of their teams are good defense. Good offense. When you play in this league, you wanna play against the best and you're gonna compete against a team. Like, this is going to be a great challenge for us. And we're gonna go out there and compete. Did you see the story about him and catch up? Oh my gosh. This is so funny. I mean companies will do anything sometimes to together little extra attention and to kind of put their name out there. So apparently, Pat Mahomes loves catch up. He puts it on everything. Oh my gosh. I like catch up ketchup is actually good for you. It's got tomato. So it's got like a pain, but I will put catch up on burgers. I'll put catch up on sausages. I'll put catch up on French fries. That's it for me. And when I was traveling with the women's basketball team, they all put ketchup on their exit breakfast, and it it. No. There should be eggs are like the perfect food. Why you destroying them by catcher, ping them? Catch ketchup, ping them. Well, we'd have to move away because the smell of catch up and eggs together. Just bad ketchup has a very rich smell you can you can tell when someone's got catch up on their plate and smell of catch up with eggs. Just absolutely awful. Anyway, Patrick Mahomes loves catch up. And so he's been offered free catch up for life by Heinz if he can set the single season touchdown record with fifty seven passing touchdowns this season. Because Heinz ketchup has used fifty seven different varieties. So they tweeted that promise to Patrick Mahomes on Thursday. After Pat admitted how much he loves catch. He actually puts catch up on a stake come on that's ruining sake. It's ruining eggs at it's ruining steak, but I would love to see him throw fifty seven touchdowns. So I guess I'm in it's after hours on CBS sports radio. Do you have frequent heartburn like the kind of heartburn where you stash antacids everywhere, you feel like you've gotta have those chalky tablets just in case heartburn strikes. If that's you know, that there's an easier way to deal with heartburn right Prozac OTC just one pill a day will last a full twenty four hours with zero heartburn with promise echo TCU can actually simply not get heartburn in the first place. No more stashing in assets. 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"gary art" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

11:56 min | 1 year ago

"gary art" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the morning on seven ten w. Good morning, everybody. If you're just joining us, you are in for a special treat because in just a few minutes, we are going to be joined by the great Hugh Jackman who gives a sensational performance as Gary Hart in a real riveting movie called the front runner. It's all about Gary Hart. He looked like he was gonna nab the democratic nomination in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight, but then this thing called monkey business and this woman called Donna rice walked out of his townhouse in Washington. And that was the end of Gary Hart and the beginning of the time that the press thought. Okay. Everything in a politician's private life is fair game. Very important time in the history of American politics captured very well in the front runner. We both watched it yesterday. I thought there was one glaring omission. And I'm gonna ask Hugh Jackman about it. And just think I know I think I think I had the same thought arka- leading off our big three the terrible California fires they continue to rage. Thirty one. People are dead. Two hundred unaccounted for no end in sight, the fires just raging rage. And and I I saw Lynn there's an effort underway to save Pepperdine university university is now in jeopardy because of those fires out there celebrity homes have been destroyed and Malibu. Gerard gerard? Butler's house went up in flames. Also in the big three Trump was overseas. Commemorating the hundred anniversary of the end of World War One his romance. With the president of France seems to be on the rocks a little bit Macron took some shots at him. But on the whole, you know, you have to acknowledge the devastation of World War One. You know, when I read a couple of things about World War One this past weekend and just the description of the soldiers living in those rat infested trenches absolutely day after day all alright. And here he is our buddy the great Hugh Jackman now joins us on the line. Good morning to you, Hugh. Good morning Lyn. How are you? Fine. Thank you. So we were raving about your performance in this movie because Lennon, I remember Gary Hart, very well. And I must say I thought you captured the the passion the intelligence of Gary Hart, but also the arrogance and that kind of dark brooding side to him that was a little unsettling, and I'm wondering did you spend any time with Gary Hart. Did you talk to them as you were searching this park. Only doing a lot of research with with his campaign team, friends, and all of that and remarkable loyal to to this day and actually flew into watch the movie with him. And then I went on and was unbelievably generous and a low Moline this Davis. For three days. Eddie place in Colorado. Pick me up at the airport. He was there. It was pretty extraordinary. He's an amazing, man. I had. Everyone likes to be around them. So of course, just wanted to feel that. And it's sorta blew me. Why am I me very nervous at the sight? Because he's a remarkable man, Hugh, the name of your movie is front runner. He was the front runner is he still to this day adamant that that that that personal life stuff should have never been brought into the political campaign? Oh, yeah. He's a he's an he's view of politics. And certainly those offense is I it should be like a foot nine not necessarily something that defines his career. And I agree with him. He uses a Senate committee time, many great things Abram recently was in the onboard in Northern Ireland doctorate delays in amazing life, and it was one of those things was history. Tuning in nineteen eighty seven. We had seen a CNN. You hit twenty four hour news cycle things were shifting as you guys. Remember with the press, and that was sort of like the first moment. I mean there was a period. The next president United States presumed the next president was in an alleyway or to oke in the morning retrieve reporters from the Miami Herald. And no one had been in that position before it was like when you know, and it was all set of unfolding in real time. And you know, I I'm sure the movie difficult thing him, it's the worst week of his life. He's remarkably generous and open and about it, you know. And I'm I'm always a little careful to answer for him because he is an intensely private person and really wants to make sure the politics is about what's important what about governing and about ideas, and you know. Steering the country in the future rather than just what is leading or exciting interesting. Well, the riveting seen that you just talked about the back alley when the reporters from Miami Herald air actually, staking him out and they follow him around. And there he is waiting for them in the back alley and that that is almost the script is almost word for word. What really happened between the reporters, and Gary Hart that night is it not. Yeah. It's pretty close. It's their different versions of events naturally. And you know with the movie like this. You know, we have to take some leaps in a private conversations with him. That of course, we have been with you. You know, we have to tell the story of it in the end the movie. What what Jason is going for is not so much it happen or didn't know, but is it relevant. So whether it happened or not it was interesting that more relevant than the ideas of the candidates. Have. What is interesting what is important that's sort of what the movie hits doing the end with Hugh Jackman, the movie is front runner. Now, Hugh, I've mentioned a couple of times this morning. I thought it was a glaring omission in the movie, and I'm wondering if you thought there was an omission that I found interesting. I did you know where I'm going with this about the photo. Yes. Bingo. The famous photo which brought the guy down is not shown or recreated or anything. It's funny everyone talks about that. It actually appeared. I'm gonna say somewhere between six weeks to three months after he had left. Yeah. So it was like for the public opinion than island, the call of speaking. I bet it actually did not factor in when it comes. Yeah. Withdrawal, maybe finishes is what I think one of the great political speeches of all time. And maybe one of Gary best. He's Farnell public space when he leaves any records Jefferson to say, we lay infected kind leaders we deserve. And that's the end of the movie and the actual and by the way that photo Lynch Simon. It actually about seventy people on the dunk. Yeah. Of which of course, everybody is cut out except the him. So it looks like this sort of just moment of the two people alone. But it was just for those who don't know the photo she's sitting on Gary arts lap. And of course, the name of the monkey business. So I so so my memory is fuzzy from thirty years ago. So that's the photo was not what brought him down. He was already done before the photo came out. Exactly. You know? I don't know if you guys saw that Hokkien came out in the Atlantic with Lee at orders, you know that. Liam inside a whole setup. Yeah. Yes. You know, Bush campaign, and every you know, so. There's some sort of control around it. But I think what does really well. I tell you. Whether it happened on on on on is that still something that should disqualify candidates. Instead of the question really, we're on the phone with Hugh Jackman, Hugh, I have to ask you you are, of course in the public eye. What is your opinion of the press now, and how far they go to dig into celebrities private lives? Do you think cross the line? You know, I don't feel it that much. I, of course, United States Michael a bit. I I totally feel on bay game. It's a choice you get into public life. And I understand that. I'm lucky in that. I was worri happily married in public life, private lodges. People boring really doesn't still a lot of copies of things. So I open my, you know, people say, what is funny, why someone gave you the keys to Atlantic Dini, and oldies there may be some traffic jams, occasionally, would you take a case and the answer, of course, absolutely. Wiz for politician. The teeth Atlantic gaining you Cobham all right now. First of all to the plan of h you landed gaining and about ten percent of the people out there. Trying to run you off the road. You know, it's completely. Ruled on wasn't famous at seventeen and trying to go out and make people and do all the things that. I think that's another world. But you know, I have. Success? When the article has. In the past. You know, and you can be successful at the you kind of the politicians. We have less than a minute left with Hugh Jackman who I've got to ask you. I mean, I've told you last time with a fan. I am of your work a song and dance man, and actor, you know, movies like wolverine and now a serious movie. But the thing I can't understand. I think it's a character flaw of yours. How are you so friendly with Michael Riedel? This is the parent. I just don't get you. Everyone's gonna tell them exactly how it is. Try from Michael real let me tell you. Hey, let me tell you who I since I'm working with Len Berman here. I've improved with sports. I know a little bit about sports. Now, what the hell is going on? Lunches, we're gonna start poking giant. He wanted to know if they were the Red Sox are the White Sox during the World Series. So we we still have some work to do you working at you? All right. He's a good, man. And. Was a very loyal person. But done a denial. All right. The great Hugh Jackman sensational performance as Gary Hart in the movie the front runner. Don't miss it. Thanks a lot. Take it easy. Okay. That was fun. As always when we come back. 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"gary art" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

09:12 min | 1 year ago

"gary art" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"There's just throw tyrod can't make. So this was going to be an issue in the issue show, very quickly. And what's out and said to me is look we talked to other teams, you know, after games and they've said well once we decided we're not gonna let tyrod Taylor run around anymore. We're all gonna stay in our spouse and make them beat us with his arm is usually when tyrod ended up failing. So that you know, that's the way it worked out there Jarvis. I'd love to see him start to get more inside here. Antonio calloway. There were ups and downs. And now there's a lot of downs. But now you're forced feeding a fourth round pick ton a ton of pass reps and didn't even play full in two thousand seventeen. So that only see trying to get back into football shape. He's also trying to do it while I'm the NFL level and being having a great responsibility put on him. So it's very tough for him in that aspect, Damian Ratliff guy kind of been chiming for this whole time long. I understand he's a six round pick. And you know. He's going to be one of the last wants to get his shot. But he's six foot three he's two hundred and twenty pounds. He's got the size. He runs in the four fours jumps. Well, the Texas A and M it's kind of similar nobody didn't know what to do within down there either and Cleveland just had to put him out there. And guess what the kid is getting open. And you know, like, I told you about Baker Mayfield Zito's Gary arts, if you're open the ball's gonna come you. If you end up dropping it that's on you Baker made the right read made the throw, right? You just didn't make the reception. So with this was retrofitted core. Those three those are the main three they're gonna play on Sunday. You just want to see they're all young who's gonna be here for the long haul for the Cleveland Browns, desperate the rest of this year is about you flip the roster of fifty three guys last year thirty one fresh guys you don't want to have to do that. Again this year you want to make that number somewhere ten to twelve. So who are the guys that are gonna you know, are part of this team in two thousand nineteen. So you hope that, you know, obviously, Landry Calloway rattling leaking all be part of it. Maybe you obviously going to have to add another there. You tight end group. Look. Real good. Hopefully, you don't have to maybe add there, you just wanna keep playing these guys and see which chips are guys that are going to be buying houses in Ohio, or which guys are going to be the ones that are consistently at the airport going to the next city for a meeting a workout or a one week flyer because some hey wanders. He's got a bad hamstring, and they need somebody to run the routes and practice Jeff Lloyd here from lockdown Brown's on the locked on podcast network on the AT and T hotline. So Jeff, let's talk a little about this coaching staff because it has been sort of tumultuous starts since the beginning of Jackson's career there as the head coach of the Browns and you sprinkle in a couple of interesting candidates at the coordinator positions. Let's start defensively at a unit that also is just ravaged by injuries, especially if the linebacking position, but I mean, this was a defense that had a lot of high expectations, especially if you consider what you know. Myles Garrett was doing during the preseason. I mean, he's looked damn near unblock. Will he looked at the von Miller the Khalil Mack level of the game? And it's not that. He hasn't quite lived up to that. I think the P Francis a whole undergrad Williams has underperformed. Well, part of it part of this is Greg. But look I mean, you mentioned the linebacker injuries right now they are already on their fourth cornerback and their fifth cornerback and playing in starting as starting on the outside, and you know, starting a new nickel as well. So the injuries there have been come as well. We they look really good. You know, Pittsburgh moved the ball on them. But they were able to create some turnovers they went down to New Orleans, and they put up these strongest offensive tests that the saints of seemed to this point this year when they went to Oakland Oakland had one yet. He was already getting really really ugly, really chirpy. I think what it was is the teen got up early. The raiders said, that's it. We're done running the ball. We're just gonna continue to throw the living daylights out of it. Combination of the heat inexperience a plane with a pretty good pretty good side sidedly, and they just ended up choking on a down. And it's going to happen ray-ban help that game either. Jeff referees did not that they did not at all. And then the rain game. It was another game where the defense played pretty tough. It was EJ Gaines who had. Actually as I started taking over for Terrance Mitchell. He played very very well in the Baltimore Ravens game. Then we go to the LA chargers game and the entire defensive effort was just pissed poor flat. They continued to run the ball outside the nothing about it on my God. Ginny Collins on a jet, suite two key now and got blocked once not once but twice Philip rivers, for God's sakes. They had no answer for that play. They kept running pin poll outsides with Melvin Gordon. There was nothing. They could do the effort wasn't there. I mean, you always knew the plays ever come in. That was actually even talking. My buddy, Jake burns. He was in the house. I'd say he's like if San Diego ran more than ten different place today. He said I'd be absolutely stunned. And they just you don't able to bomb on them in all facets EJ Gaines, give pretty pretty bad performance. And in typical EJ Gaines style. Thursday shows up. He's Cussing protocol and comes out an hour later now he's into too. So he's out. So it's been tough. I mean, this is what happened is when you everyone thinks. Oh by now, they should have debt. Well, yeah, they should have that. But they still needed starter. See you got to work out and get all that frontline talent first. And then now in this draft free agency, you can start using that money in those picks replenishing your death. What you're going to have to do your the product is so much better than it used to be. But some of the phantom here is just so hard in beatdown. They think six and one is where they should be. When it's, you know, come on. He's still got to crawl before. You can. Yeah. No. I believe me. You don't have to tell me about that. It's it's a very similar situation here in buffalo. But I'm glad you brought up EJ Gaines. Because do you see based on what you've seen so far? I mean, it really is going to depend on if you Jackson's their next year and who the defensive coordinator is I mean, I because I've talked to you about this before that Greg Williams is lucky to have a job in this league as a defensive coordinator for work for Cleveland and Hugh Jackson probably doesn't have a coordinator drop in this league. But the fit between what you know what? Greg Williams wants to run defensively with his defensive backs in what EJ Gaines is really good at it and being zone quarter. Do you see a fit there for the future considering that he does have a low cap number in and maybe a player that isn't necessarily available? I know that's one of the reasons that you didn't stick on here at buffalo. Although during his time when he was healthy was affected. It's just at that time being affected. There wasn't enough of. That's that's basically the scenario seeing here in Cleveland for everyone figured, you know, when he. He was originally signed. It was going to be okay. There's you know, he's going to be a part of the starting cornerback. Apparently, they knew they knew what the combine they were taking awarded four. So they brought they brought in him. They brought it's errands Mitchell. They brought in carry they brought in a bunch of guys that they said, all right? Maybe who's going to be the number two Cornerbacks. No signed EJ Gaines EJ Gaines thought he was walking in a starting position than I was either carrier Mitchell they signed after that EJ Gaines. Apparently, there's a little bit pissed off that went out and signed another cornerback. And but part of the problem is is like you said, it's the mall of what EJ Gaines is. Everybody says nice player, but it's the old line of you know, one of your best abilities is your ability and with him. He's one of those guys and he had got hurt over summer, which why is he wasn't sorting right out of the gate Terrance Mitchell started for three weeks turns Mitchell looked real good starting the first three weeks played very well. I'm sorry for four weeks. Played very well was creating turnovers if you can get your second cornerback to be a guy who creates turnovers, that's an absolute win. So he wasn't going to lose his job. But unfortunately in Oakland, he ends up breaking. In his wrist has surgery. I mean, he could be out the entire season. We're not sure on that yet EJ Gaines had an interception in that game. In Oakland came back the next week with his first start against Baltimore. Real real solid effort bought, you know, comes back the next week. He gets chargers that effort and the EJ Gaines MO shows up again on Thursday. Concussion protocol and he's out for Sunday. So just off. I mean, he has a chance to maybe women over here over the end of the season. But I don't even think it's going to end up in a spot where he's going to be promised anything. It's. Top when he dealing with a guy who cannot consistently stay on the field are jet before. I let you go. I'm interested in your thoughts on Hugh Jackson. Speaking of futures that the future of Hugh Jackson in Cleveland, and maybe what the future holds. Now, we can't foresee we can't predict what's going to happen for the rest of the season. And let's say the the Browns somehow ended up going eight seven and one. What do you think ultimately saves Hugh Jackson, or maybe the better phrasing? As what do you think gets Hugh Jackson another year in Cleveland? And do you think? That that really the the the more likely scenario is that you ends up gone. And you get either, you know, whether it's bakers former college coach, I know Matt Campbell was brought up brought up a ton from Iowa State. And maybe one of the I've I've heard talks of Josh mcdaniels the good thing. Jeff is that Cleveland really is at this point of very promising. It's a it's a very lucrative job at this point, which she can't really say from some of the Browns teams of the past. Yeah. Well, I mean, look I mean if you told me that we're gonna play in a playoff game. I guess I can maybe say man is really tough to move on from Hugh Jackson but week in week out demand just opens his mouth and just first off. We'll give you two sentences, and you're like, okay, typical coach speak, and then it'll give you another two sentences. It's like, well, he didn't even give coachspeak there you give any speak. David jokers. You know, quantum nice state in the end zone on Sunday, Hugh Jackson's response. Yeah. We wanted to give him a kudos for that..

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"gary art" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"gary art" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Already we're open line let's go back to the phones we got curtain fraser hey kurt hello ryan i was wondering you know they keep playing second base they keep playing second base today trump if they wanna play good or met second why why is machado even a sitting on a bench honesty why isn't he down near at aaa you know getting some seasoning and if they wanna play a second baseman the ought to bring up lugo and put machado at triple a and bring logo up and see if he can handle second thing i think what they're going to do this i think you're going to be right someone on that they're willing to trade iglesias and then move machado the short sub which is natural position and then i think bring lugo up to play second base yeah they were talking about that earlier in the season so maybe that's the plan yes start it's kinda strange for machado the young player to be sitting on the bench playing because he's been struggling needs to get down there and play every day okay and you know they got other slump today that's good let's see what happens can they keep it up and on the double lists now albert pu house got into the top ten of all time in doubles and he's the only player on the top ten list in home runs and also doubles in history of baseball beauty he is to he's a great player ron albert bell poodle players denigrate planning that albert bell i thought you said alvin he'll pass wagner double and then three more double leon wag wagner honest wagner that leon wagner sits at number eight and he's only at three more a six forty s he's only well no he needs eleven to catch way and he needs a fourteen to catch is trump's gave you may get there by the end of the year okay okay be in the top eight probably by the end of the year now we gotta go along now for this one because we got calls coming in we've got a break and tom gauges coming up so okay hurry up then you give me the top five double leaders on that nishikawa cocco cubs and then i'll let you go billy williams is right there any banks is right there oh the big hack wilson no no no he he's should be their whole sammy sosa yeah sammy sosas not there he's twelve you got the banks is good and and williams is good mark grace got mark gracie's number one he should be announcing baseball right now and guy from eighties the guy from the eighties a great second baseman ryan sambergen all right sandra that's automatic yeah and the last one's a catcher from the thirties and the forties but gary art ned yeah there you go you did great today got all thank you because cap anson two leader but he played in the eighteen well thank you for the call let's go to francis in detroit handle francis listen to you awesome baseball and other sports well thank you what what i what you walk 'em so what i have trouble with what seems you have a personal animus against jim price and nope dickerson's a nice guy i have nothing again just think he's a terrible broadcast he doesn't know play usa grumble shortstop double play doubleplay five four three other sister triple play any ending to trigger place route you don't be an unassisted five and he said that fifty at least fifty times the last two years he doesn't want him any giggles every time prices something nobody thinks prices funny except dickerson and their band they're just bad play by i've heard of hundreds play by play broadcaster he's just worse i've seen france i'm just telling like it is but do i remember anything personal against them at all thank you you're welcome frances thank you did you beat up because her competent i'm gonna i'm i don't expect to be ernie harwell paul care no i don't expect anything like that but you're going to giggle every time somebody and make a fool listen he'll make a comment and repeat ten times during the game i listen to the game and just keep repeating it repeat it enough is enough we've heard enough he talked so much and says nothing and price of triple buggy whip quadruple buggy whip he hasn't even when he's talking on he has price is totally brain dead and i mean that he has no idea what's going on the game thank you for the.

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"gary art" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"gary art" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Talking about facebook and gary art has gentlemen in san francisco he woke up with some incredible news a message from mark zuckerberg himself saying that he had won seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars in the facebook lottery and he says i got all excited wouldn't you and he's retired forklift driver an army army that from ham lake minnesota and he stayed up until dawn trading messages with the person on the other end but to obtain his winnings he needed to send two hundred dollars in tune gift cards there's a big red flag there mr bernard actually bought the gift cards and sent redemption coast to the account that he said was mr zuckerberg and then he wired an additional thirteen hundred dollars in cash in about a third of his social security checks over the next three months then he finally realized he was being swindled mark zuckerberg fake profiles run facebook as well as sheryl sandberg the chief operating officer swindling facebook users out of thousands and thousands of dollars and so how did the fake zuckerberg's and how did the fake sandberg profiles actually get discovered on facebook and you ready it was the new york times they did a whole story and then after they alerted facebook of the fake profiles of their founders mark zuckerberg in the coo sheryl sandberg they said oh guess we ought to take those down more news from amazon this past week they have a brand new echo that's right and building on the success of the amazon echo in alexa there's now a kids version called the echo dot kids edition but the question is is putting one of these in your kid's room really the best idea but with the.

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"gary art" Discussed on This Week in Travel

This Week in Travel

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"gary art" Discussed on This Week in Travel

"Hello everyone and welcome to another episode of this week and travel the only weekly travel podcast that mutilates the meaning of the word weekly my name is gary art coming to you from a slightly less cold and snowy minneapolis minnesota with me again as usual is the man so nice they named him twice mr chris christianson how're you doing sir i'm doing very well what's new in california not a whole lot new other than the six hundred episode of amateur travellers came out to this morning so that's a little bit of a milestone are you done yeah so six disconnect call it quits and everything with nice round number you know go out while you're still in top pretty much i think you'd be resorting to like okay this episode we're gonna be talking about the left side of the street the following box wait a second chris you're not you're not throwing in the town no i'm not throwing mattel just celebrated a five year anniversary didn't you five hundred of history of amateur thinking of something else coming up on thirteen so years a right because we're this longer than five years i don't know what i was thinking maybe i was thinking this what is this what is nine years old or coming up on nine years old that lovely voice you hear the background is jennifer leo how're you doing jen good morning everybody i'm doing good that raspy voice i i think it's i don't know what's going on it could be so cal allergy season but no i'm doing great it is softball season down here so this always softball season.

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"gary art" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"gary art" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Second half on the ground see that was the big surprise be um but you know i obviously champa with jamus winston back quarterback uh they were intent double ice of running the football and there were running it with the guy who it in my depth chart you know now they didn't have doug martin yesterday i wanted to bring their runners the beleaguered at a bad year but uh there were running this football with a guy that i had listed kind of as a short yardage back in its peyton barber they handed him the ball twenty three times my god i didn't expect that at all other into yards rushing much of it in the second half but the thing they did and i think their strategy was to kind of pounded the packers defense with the run a really soften it up um and i think they also realise they didn't have passed protectors out there they lost their two best offense lineman injured reserve or in atlanta they knew that we're going to be uh uh you know at a deficit in terms of basing the packers uh defensive problem with their offense wine the best thing you can do for an offense alignment especially a new one is run the football and that's what they did 35 rushing attempts the the uh the uh the thrill of the victory there six insects now they move forward to cleveland who has not won a game this season any idea what to expect that all you don't do a lot of work until used to have to face the opponent what am i mean cleveland avas he hasn't won a game what should we look for from that game i bigger do um that gary art about cleveland and you have to understand in the league poke nine and they're all it well but there's not a big difference empowerment level between bamako and the packers or even cleveland and philadelphia there is big difference bent on the record is a big difference there's no question about that but the talent level of these teams in the nfl that's why we say on any given sunday and other things here's me about cleveland port for no other reason they're just due to be somebody somewhere and i hope it's not the packers you'll need both monday morning quarterbacks.

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"gary art" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"gary art" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"We're not training in arts education were at training the next a violinist for the new york philharmonic where the neck the next mural painter that comes out of arts education but but we're also seeing that when a young person takes up an interest instrument in school and learns to play that instrument to be part of a band or an orchestra on sabail in the school not only a or the learning individual skills that they need they also learning how to work as part of a team arts education in visual arts in music and dance in a theatre in the schools helps people become creative and creative problem solvers and the the twentyfirst century business purse jason is not looking for the worker who puts widget a into widget be they're looking for somebody who can be a contributor to the problem solving that modern business has to deal with on an ongoing basis so we consider arts education not only a tool to helping kids understand it be part of the arts in there community but also to be a kid a the the prime individuals that of businesses want higher in order to move their businesses forward dude let's go back to the start the are hunters the arts council working interact essentially you're kind of overseeing grants that are given out to various started out does it you explain how it works because we know you are the arts council gary arts mahendra i mean but how how does it work so weren't ended independent agency within state government were part of the executive branch and and we um we do a number of things the most visible of which is our grantmaking activities so up a artists arts organisations the local governments um a schools a community centers that are non arts they can all plight was twice a year for funding to support arts related projects in their community and those those arts grants are awarded a not a on the basis of what a bureaucrat like me would say about what's worthy of support we assembled panels of artists.

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"gary art" Discussed on The Global Travel Conspiracy

The Global Travel Conspiracy

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"gary art" Discussed on The Global Travel Conspiracy

"Plus testing from the four corners of the is this is the global travel conspiracy issue which shares the stories in secrets of some of the world's greatest travels as well as the occasional monologue grant now israel your to that man who's trying to see everything everywhere gary aren't british travellers welcome to another episode of a global trump conspiracy volume as gary art and today i have on the show one of the true experts in the area of sustainable travel he has been the vice president of the of is sustained in the vice president of environmental stewardship and global chief environmental officer for royal caribbean he is currently the president of the planet tear foundation and the vice president of sustainable travel and social enterprise for g ventures please welcome to the show jamie sweding i generally thanks for having me on no thanks for being on the show we were going to do this a while ago but you had a bit of an accident we were gonna meet at the adventuretravel world summit and chile but you weren't able to attend where you know unfortunately not i the ended last summer who is the duty surfing in rhode island somehow managed to snap the end of michael abiding cycles in labs travel for six weeks but i guess i've made up for it because i've been on the road i think eighteen of the last twenty week so it's been a bit of a crazy six months and.

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