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"gilani " Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson
"That would help and change society. I think honestly what you're doing right now as part of it. You know that we have to. We've had these conversations. Going back to our undergrad years that we have to create a parallel infrastructure as a vet. When one thing we can respond you know that we can change the terms of the conversation that you know. That's why i right. That's why you broadcast. That's why you know all of us. That are doing the work. We're doing fly teach you know and trying to. We need more people doing those things and we need to have more of an infrastructure to be able to say. No you lie about this person. That's not what this is and there's some people who never you believe that you know but there are some people out there are persuadable people who open minded and rational reasonable and i think our struggle is to make that fear in that conversation in a way that works for us. Yeah folks term mood days. Disinformation and what's happened in critical race as a great deal of that that is going on july. Cobb is Helping push back against. Please check out his piece in the new yorker magazine or go dot com brother always a pleasure to have you know. Make it plain right. Vicky took wasn't wasn't expedient workable. thank you brother. what's next piece. you're working on. Oh okay talk about it just yet. But i really important is going to be coming out in the next month or so. Yeah gilani's classroom is brought in just the four walls at columbia. Obviously when he writes his to educate all of us. So thank you brother you. Thanks for getting woken listening to make it plain. Please remember to listen like and wherever you get your podcast. Please give the show a five star rating and please do spread the.
"gilani " Discussed on Into America
"To lincoln between lincoln and lbj. But i think that the bears setting the two of them had to grow up in public these with two white men who because of circumstance and the moment that they inherited had to try to decipher the riddle of race in public and have all their mistakes. Held up for scrutiny. And that's why i think that. Lbj finds himself such contradictory kinds of places as he's navigating this we have to take a break when we come back. Gilani talks about some of the reports findings and why to some they still.
"gilani " Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast
"Of the boston mayoral race. We're going to be joined by one of the candidates. Anissa sabi george walser here from our sports authority trying to kazaric and cena's john king for the latest out of washington. Dc we want to thank our crew chelsea merce matthews in conley kency farkas. Our engineer is john cloth. Parker our offsite engineers are mile. Smith and dave goldstein was on tv gen. We're gonna talk politics talk tale of. I guess you could call three governors to santa's cuomo and right here baker whole variety of angles and all them and jilani. Cobb a great writer for the new yorker is gonna join. He's edited introduces this. Something called the essential kerner commission report. And for those who know it was this landmark report done more than fifty years ago in response to uprisings in many communities across this country around racial injustice and the parallels between what existed then what exists now and how the kerner commission report from fifty plus years ago is the solution or at least. The diagram of the solution for today is is stunning. So gilani cobb is with me as well should be good. Show task radio. He's a really great journalist. Okay thank you very much jim. March regan twelve jim browning thanks against the tuning in helping a great day can tune in tomorrow..
Jelani Cobb on the Murder of Daunte Wright and the Derek Chauvin Trial
"This week coverage of the derek chauvin trial. It's been an amazingly distressing week in terms of the coverage of what's going on in the courtroom minneapolis where derek chauvin is on trial and even as is happening of there was another police shooting this one of dante right also in minneapolis and it requires journalists. Who are doing this to cover all these things at once. What's going on in the courtroom protests in the streets. What's going on with the dante right case and how to put all this together too so it makes sense and how to tell. The wider story is the job of now as we face a critical week next week when a verdict could well come down in the chauvin trial. I'm really happy to be joined by. Johnny cobb new yorker staff writer. Who has a piece about this. This week in the new yorker and has been covering the george floyd murder happened last may welcome gilani. So you've been reporting from minneapolis. For how helen helen we. They're a do days. What does that mean like. What how do you do that so you wanna you wanna keep an eye on what's happening in the courtroom but you also want to keep an eye on what's happening the street. So how did you. How did you go about reporting so these strange times as we already know and The nature of the trial was that only two reporters could be inside the actual courtroom and so they were doing pull reports and in the courtroom the in the courthouse The media were watching the proceedings on a bank of televisions and so the communications person for the courthouse literally fed. It's no different than you watching it in your living
"gilani " Discussed on Task Force X
"You just see the uniform, so that's I thought that was very effective. Way Of bringing that's. Bringing that scene, starting that seat where we have him talking to his dead father, which never goes well, usually not. Especially your father Nazi. Go, well. Oh Yeah and we learn a lot of peacemaker in that whole sequence because we could see like. Yes, he obviously he hates. His father hates what he stood for and. Still has a part of him. That is wants to please him and his sorry that he's gone. It's very. You can get that how you can get that from there. Is a fascinating take on the character, so I enjoyed that part of it. Only I thought all get a great job of kind of facts if you don't who may is if you don't know sixty three. This kind of you know like so that you know isn't saying again. I know the origin so I. I think weather showing the. Kind of shows that with with drawings done there. And the city he, he got a left wrist father and he wants to please them, but other an EAS irritated as father's showing up giving unwanted advice. That's nice. Do they to your money device? Absolutely. That's that's where I. Think the haunting part too is that it's part of his insanity, but it's still haunting in that way. It's yes, he's GonNa. Show him. Be and just be trouble so and freak him out, so it's It's it's good stuff i. also that the next sequence right after that was right with. Harvey Bullock in Valvo stock and blackthorn and. That was a thousand interesting to me because I had seen. That was definitely a thing where I'd seen them in Janus directive, but I haven't seen this art and. I was very surprised to see. Val being quite a angry with Harvey I. That was really interesting sequence mean. What's the story about that? Have you has been building for a little while? Yeah Vostok for those. No, no was in the. Duma run, she was. An after she lost the powers, no back negative man. Yes, she's kind of the WACK. When spy agency. If not mistaken, she was in the vigilante end anomalous winter that can. Run the, but yet heard Harvey's been kind of buddy had. Since job up in this book. Like receive. She used the boss so. Doesn't take too kindly to follow orders, not having avenue all. The control hand billion I like you and review. That's a very interesting seena ideal the way that plays out and again and a lot of that. She doesn't trust. Black is black Oranization Gilani and she's not just. You know like a Superman Gilani. She's actually more of A. Batman tight will do what's needed to do. You know she might be more walked a mansion. Anyo shooting people need be. So? That's her big. She doesn't trust blackthorn right. Well I did like that hills. Those couple pages there. The face expressions are really great mall much now I. Mean I love how Harvey is looking got his sneer going a lot and Phalle has a lot of angry face, but it's not the same angry face every time, so it's really very good I was at enjoyed that quite a bit. Who is the artists that remind me of Brian Bala. It's Kinda like Brian. Bolland kind of vibe. Okay Yeah! I can see that not you mentioned that. Yeah! Yeah, and like we get to Blackthorn at the bottom of page twelve or she's got her smile on their like there's a little bond kind of. kind of facial expression there so but yet that's all that's all fun and blackthorn showing that yeah I don't really have that much respect for anybody with her feet up on Harvey's debt. Let's surprise. But he smacked her hand away from his Danish, which was hilarious. You'd never miss a finance him. No. Man This is true you don't. That's food. You gotta figure that same page..
"gilani " Discussed on Task Force X
"And killing doctors and scientists and stuff is that's to me like the biggest part of the story the job of Leading US along and seeing things are going and. Seeing how peacemaker purchase a mystery which is to kill people as much as he can along the way. Not. Not really the world's gay detective approach, but only. If you're into, that is a great story. It's like Oh. My Gosh is A. He's definitely taking people out left right to to figure out what he wants to know Pretty entertained by that. Was that was definitely? The biggest part whereas like has is part that's been continued on. From something earlier you know are we is building for a while or is like Nope, which is dropping into it right now and seeing how it goes from there well the peacemaker he's, he's been around doing different things. HOW MISTAKEN! This is far as the blonde haired killer. This is worry for shows up and started that storyline. Gotcha, but will continue the peacemaker in his. As we see a couple of panel pages here. We do see that he is. If the covered McVeigh's insanity, the fact is operatives, dead, father and shooting at authoring the plane and help. A little bit on the insane light. Yeah I really just. Yet absolutely well, and I really liked that page page eight where he has what we have that whole sequence. Peacemakers helicopter because when it first came comes up, and we see that downward shots of Peace Baker sitting in the chair, and we see a man sitting next to him with a swastika on his arm, and for a second. There is like what what? Who is that I remembered Oh. Yes, I do a I did know about that. He's haunted by his father and his father was a Nazi so I didn't know that, but it's been a little while to actually saw and at what thing where Steve Art style. I think actually really worked so well here in that he is very grounded so that almost. Almost makes it more shocking to Siham kind of a matter of fact yet. It's just a gentleman sitting there with a a Nazi uniform, but then the downward angle you can't see and the downward angle means you can't see these bakers father's face at the same time. You just see the uniform, so that's I thought that was very effective. Way Of bringing that's. Bringing that scene, starting that seat where we have him talking to his dead father, which never goes well, usually not. Especially your father Nazi. Go, well. Oh Yeah and we learn a lot of peacemaker in that whole sequence because we could see like. Yes, he obviously he hates. His father hates what he stood for and. Still has a part of him. That is wants to please him and his sorry that he's gone. It's very. You can get that how you can get that from there. Is a fascinating take on the character, so I enjoyed that part of it. Only I thought all get a great job of kind of facts if you don't who may is if you don't know sixty three. This kind of you know like so that you know isn't saying again. I know the origin so I. I think weather showing the. Kind of shows that with with drawings done there. And the city he, he got a left wrist father and he wants to please them, but other an EAS irritated as father's showing up giving unwanted advice. That's nice. Do they to your money device? Absolutely. That's that's where I. Think the haunting part too is that it's part of his insanity, but it's still haunting in that way. It's yes, he's GonNa. Show him. Be and just be trouble so and freak him out, so it's It's it's good stuff i. also that the next sequence right after that was right with. Harvey Bullock in Valvo stock and blackthorn and. That was a thousand interesting to me because I had seen. That was definitely a thing where I'd seen them in Janus directive, but I haven't seen this art and. I was very surprised to see. Val being quite a angry with Harvey I. That was really interesting sequence mean. What's the story about that? Have you has been building for a little while? Yeah Vostok for those. No, no was in the. Duma run, she was. An after she lost the powers, no back negative man. Yes, she's kind of the WACK. When spy agency. If not mistaken, she was in the vigilante end anomalous winter that can. Run the, but yet heard Harvey's been kind of buddy had. Since job up in this book. Like receive. She used the boss so. Doesn't take too kindly to follow orders, not having avenue all. The control hand billion I like you and review. That's a very interesting seena ideal the way that plays out and again and a lot of that. She doesn't trust. Black is black Oranization Gilani and she's not just. You know like a Superman Gilani. She's actually more of A. Batman tight will do what's needed to do. You know she might be more walked a mansion. Anyo shooting people need be. So? That's her big. She doesn't trust blackthorn right. Well I did like that hills. Those couple pages there. The face expressions are really great mall much now I. Mean I love how Harvey is looking got his sneer going a lot and Phalle has a lot of angry face, but it's not the same angry face every time, so it's really very good I was at enjoyed that quite a bit. Who is the artists that remind me of Brian Bala. It's Kinda like Brian. Bolland kind of vibe. Okay Yeah! I can see that not you mentioned that. Yeah! Yeah, and like we get to Blackthorn at the bottom of page twelve or she's got her smile on their like there's a little bond kind of. kind of facial expression there so but yet that's all that's all fun and blackthorn showing that yeah I don't really have that much respect for anybody with her feet up on Harvey's debt. Let's surprise. But he smacked her hand away from his Danish, which was hilarious. You'd never miss a finance him. No. Man.
"gilani " Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Up to date and not talk about with young corona virus to trying to maybe separating fact from fiction Gilani information out there also so you know you're kind of on an island with I'll get on the same page to some degree and on that and Hawksworth blood center is in desperate need of your donations Alicia looked in on the Q. hearing centers dot com hotline and good morning hi you guys all know actually we're doing a pretty good spot the state has been an amazing what's showing up following up the sleeve and donating that we really want to thank everybody that shown up so far we are in a national blood crisis right now here then you go all right we have the coronavirus cases were over a thousand it Dassin alike and typically it's an upper respiratory illness you die you die because of the onset of pneumonia and obviously you can't convert oxygen that has nothing to do with blood transfusions so one may ask and and maybe this is the disconnect here leashes people go wait a minute corona virus doesn't have ended with blood transfusions what why why we short on well we have been short of blood because we need to stock up on it just like people and hoping to stock up on grocery supplies we need to have it on the shelf or the other patients who are needed at every day cancer patients limited childbirth who may need it the traumas surgeries that occur so we need to have it on the shelf when all of those things happened when somebody donates blood it's a viable for forty two days after that forty two days it needs to be discarded so we need to have it on the shelf when the patient needs at home is not a part of the problem to the fact that not I think about it it's hard to do a blood drive in the schools and churches and all that because typically that's you know a lot of people roll up their sleeves blood drives you may have a parish blood drive or on a school blood drive I know there's one of my my Kroger not too long ago same thing right before closing a lot of those places that's less opportunity for people to give blood exactly we've had schools colleges some businesses have to cancel their blood drive we also had to cancel all of our blood drives that we have on our bosses and that's just for safety precautions because we cannot social distancing in fact I'm on the bus that you're so close together we still have our donor centers open it's a seventy percent better centers but you won't see our boxes around so that does impact us greatly with the amount of donors that we can have come yeah it is a lot easier for you to bring the blood bank rather me go to the blood bank Absalom accents and and plus visibility for you guys to exactly if you see a park at Kroger in your they're picking up no can ask was it easy for you to drop so we're not nearly invisible now we're also asking that people make appointments now typically we always say walk ins are welcome at any time now because of social distancing experience portent you have that appointment so that we can space out the donations all right that makes less sense you guys got a tunnel locations will get to that in just a second but here's the thing as people often talk about well you know what I mean if somebody sent me another list today of all the things that that have more fatalities than coronavirus with so far is is not as high as a lot of other things I get that but it's not like those things go away the hospitals or medical system is built on a certain number of casualties and fatalities and accidents and sicknesses in the line treatments in a like an elective surgeries right which they've done away with at this point and so we build for a little bit more than capacity maybe thirty five forty percent over capacity but the problem of course and it is that you know what once once you hit that threshold that's when we got real problems because now you're determining life and death and so we kind of forget that there's other things going on in hospitals opposed to corona virus it really doesn't deal with blood or the transference of blood so we got to make sure that the people who are still sick to cancer patients and the like are getting blood and that's low down tremendously because of the fears and the social distancing requirements of corona virus that makes sense so if you can get out you call your local socks for blood center make an appointment and I'm sure you're pretty open for for scheduling at this point right we are in in fact we're actually trying to schedule people out who were even scheduling people out now through April and even into may because as I said before we need the blood of the shop when the patient treated quickly to today but we also need it in two weeks and three weeks and four weeks we don't know what this corona viruses going to DO so we need to keep people coming in and keep the blood on the shelves you know for the next six to eight weeks okay very good so who is is far as donor eligible ago members people listening to you now I feel like doing something and money's a little bit tight and I'm not sure bam have enough of my savings and pay that but I want to help my community certainly giving blood is of no cost to other than the gas to get there but then again you get cookies and and stuff like that too so it's a real treat for at the end of the rainbow let's put it that way give me a give me a rundown of who is eligible to donate blood okay anybody can donate blood if they're at least the age of sixteen if you're sixteen carrentals consent you're seventeen you can do that on your own you need to do really well and healthy so dope holder flu symptoms should anybody who comes to a donor.
"gilani " Discussed on KFI AM 640
"But the difference is when you have a head of state trying to say and port that he has cured himself of being gays says two things one he has all sorts of internal issues and he probably still is gay. That's the first one that's the obvious one. But secondarily is promoting and promulgating dislike this myth, a dangerous one that being gay is some sort of disease, because cure is the opposite end of disease. And FRANZ you tell me off air your Filipino descent. Correct. Correct. Your parents born Philippines. Correct. What do they make of this time right about now with going on in the Philippines? Oh, I mean, you know, kind of parallel stuff that's happening around here D bag. That's they think there's a correlation as far as the direction. The Philippines are going in this running parallel to the United States, as far as rhetoric in that in that sense. Right. When you have, you know, people who have serious pencil issues running a country there. We, we don't know that territory has mental issues. We do not know that the president has mental issues. I suspect that he's giving with some elements of cognitive decline. Okay. I think it's fair to call him a narcissist. Yes. But as far as mental issues, I think I'm not going to broad brush, in and make that assumption. Right. But I am going to say that Detaille when he makes these. Broad baseless statements. And if you know anything about the history he's flip flop on the issue of gay marriage. He is gone back and forth, which I do think is an extension of his internal struggle. I don't know who it mitts out of nowhere that they used to be gay. But now they're not gave me more because they've cured themselves and also want to use that as evidence evidence to use against political rival me. He's gay, but I'm not gay. I'm not gaining more and here's the thing it goes on now. According to the Filipino news site rap ler the president said that a gay person had told him that based on his movements the Senator his political rival was gay. And this is a detail speaking, I said, are you sure, they said, you ask any gay person who sees her lawa's move, and they'll say he's gay, no wonder good things for Llamas and I are similar, but I- cured myself close quote. Then he went on to say when I began a relationship with my former wife, Elizabeth Zimmermann. I said, this is it. I became a man again. I don't think he ever was one to begin with. How would you how would you care to rise? When you say he wasn't a man. I think you know, in general, he doesn't have any stones. You're not a man to be the way he is. He literally, you know, and I just went noodle and I do believe everything he does is a projection of his insecurities his supposed tough stance on drugs, how he's murdering criminals, I do believe it's a function of his own safe. Haven hatred and trying to deal with. I mean, this is articulate of the own demons that he still dealing with. I didn't ask what went on in his bedroom twenty five thirty years ago. I didn't did you. No. And the only reason this is news is because the general public, at least did not know this and maybe he was afraid of being outed pun intended. When he had to remind everyone, including to wallow that. He's no longer gay. I didn't know he was gay. But if you have to tell me that you're no longer gay, you know, that means he is big time. It's just that simple. This is the most Kelly show. When we come back on talking about riverside, inland empire and what's going to be happening there in this upcoming election. And you know what something interesting about riverside elections? It's not an actual polling booth. It's all male in and drop off ballots. Talk about that with one of the candidates for ward, three riverside city council. Gilani Picard who joins me next KFI AM six forty more stimulating talk. Michael should pay with the news man in riverside has been shot after he confronted the off-duty Riverside County sheriff's deputy and his.
"gilani " Discussed on KQED Radio
"So I can only point to race as one of the big factors. Not just race. This, this was a white woman who was somebody. You know what I mean? She was she was accomplished. She was educated. She was what liked the journalists said to me, she was perfect. It was part of a perfect story. Has anyone from the in my PD a prosecutor's office apologize? No. They've never said. Yeah, that was wrong. They just say that Matteis race who was the, the man who actually committed the rape was the sixth guy should have been central park, six. The strikes me as outragous, because you think this is a person who had a track record of sexual assault is MO was to act alone. He subsequently committed other sexual assaults alone. And in the midst of this, the prosecutions argument is that he then collaborated in this horrific assault with five young men, whom he did not know at all. And he was the only person who was not captured deaf. I'll give it. That's the argument from people who are actually teaching law, and writing books and speaking around the country as experts in the prosecutors have kind of gone on to do these. Gone onto all these things once a law professor ones, the crime novelist considered both to be experts in their field. And yes, that's what they contend and no one involved in any major role in this has ever said that they were wrong that they sorry that they might have been an error that they made a mistake. Sometimes you have to call a lie. This whole thing was built on a lie. It was revealed to be ally. These men have been exonerated. That's why I don't call them the central park five the exonerated five. That's not a good title for a movie. So we chased. But they're not the central park five there, Corey Yousef Anton, Kevin and Raymond. And they are they were boys with dreams with, with families with memory that we wanted to honor and recognize this piece. Filmmaker Eva Vernet? She spoke with the New Yorkers Gilani Cobb when they see us has just been released on Netflix..
"gilani " Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The Gilani's in all of those big of you know, endeavors and pedal. Luma that have the wherewithal to donate to what will be a world class ballpark to go along world-class to mate. I don't. To go along with field. Yeah. To go along with the miracle ballpark that we just opened a month ago, which is four physically and mentally challenged children and adults actually to one of. Yeah. And it's made to play on with wheelchairs and all the rest of it. So now, we're going to have the second one. I love baseball. I loved at pendulum loves bass berry. We're glad to be part of the leg horns, and I remember that when they did go to the World Series. It was very exciting. And you were part of it. And we're glad to have the table out here, and it will go to the biggest donor. A have putting the stadium together. So heritage savage. Do great job. And we thank you for everything. All right. Yeah. And thank you Marty. Thank you. Adam you guys. I love the show. Always you know. I mean, we know I'm like everybody else. Driving around in your car into Mr. baseball Sunday morning Sunday morning with the professor. Yes. Indeed. All right. Big American heritage salvage. All right. We're going to take a very short minute break. And Carrie Crowley is going to join us. He's got his own rooting section here today. C FX, Nancy Hayden Crowley and someone else that looks like you your sister. Okay. And figure that someone in the family that looks like year, we're gonna take a minute break and come back with Carrie Crowley of the Bayer newsgroup, right? After this talking baseball with Marty. Laurie on knbr six eighty.
"gilani " Discussed on KGO 810
"Thirties have blocked most social media services in that country following the Easter Sunday attacks that killed nearly three hundred people some county is in the Sri Lankan capital. Lincoln capital is under lockdown as as the rest of the country. A curfew has been imposed as a consequence of terrorist attacks on three judges and three hotels, three blocks in each of those and then to during police follow up ovation now that have been the rest, but they've been no claim of responsibility or indeed the identification of those behind it. But the have already begun to be recriminations in the political sphere following the release of a memo of by the deputy inspector general of police Trump fraternity Rudy Giuliani is defending the Trump campaign and its contacts with Russians Gilani says Sunday that there wasn't any. Anything wrong with the Trump campaign taking information from those connected with the Russian government Juliana of courses, referring to the two thousand sixteen Trump Tower meeting involving Donald Trump junior and others which they sought information damaging to Hillary Clinton. Of Austin Celtics or the first team to advance to the second round of the NBA playoffs after their four-game. Sweep of the Indiana Pacers miles Turner of the Pacers says they made some mistakes we did enough defensively in this series. We just you know, there's times office just on wasn't flow like needed to execution wasn't the point in this time of the season here. Let's CJ execution has everything and there were times. And you know, some of these games were we executing their office.
"gilani " Discussed on KQED Radio
"Street today. The Dow Jones industrial average fell twenty six points to end the session at twenty five thousand eight eighty seven the NASDAQ closed up nine points, the standard and Poor's five hundred was down a fraction of a point. You're listening to. NPR fan. Kiki weedy news. I'm Mina Kim. The California trucking association just suffered a major loss the US supreme court declined to hear it's appeal in a case at brought arguing that truckers are contractors instead of employees. He acuity Sam Harnett reports for decades truck drivers have argued that they aren't independent owner operators, but employees with benefits like workers comp and overtime pay over the last eight years. California's state labor secretary Julie SU has largely agreed awarding the millions of dollars for being misclass-. The California trucking association has filed numerous lawsuits against her decisions. One made it to the US supreme court which sided with soup the court affirmed, the California could indeed determine that truckers. And there are more than one hundred thousand of them in the state are being this classified this fight. Over trucker classification is expected to continue in the courts. I'm Sam Harnett news, San Francisco's decision to fire a company on a major public works project. Several years ago could go before the California Supreme. Court Ted Goldberg reports in late two thousand fifteen city officials halted work on a fourteen million dollar infrastructure project in the hate neighborhood after crews caused a series of gas leaks. The city kick the project subcontractors synergy project management off the job. Even though the company blamed PG knee for the gas speaks synergy, then sued the city e claims state law bars anyone, but the main contractor in this case Gilani brothers from terminating it from the project and a Superior Court Judge agreed then late last week an appeals court sided with the city. And now a lawyer for synergy says he plans to appeal the ruling to the state supreme court..
"gilani " Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Join the off to a nice start offense here against his two three zones. Four six from the field Dom two of two from three. It's not just shooting the basketball. I think the way that Indiana is getting shots against the two three zone is very impressive inside I causing the defense to turn their head and collapsed kicking the ball back out for an open three or dumping it down low to Morgan Indiana pretty much getting whatever they want offensively against the two three zone. I'd like what I see here from coach Miller and his team Gaskins will advance to say Francis under the basket throws indicate who let's go three immediately. It's short and the rebound DASA's into the hands of sack Roberts. So proud to bring it up. More full court pressure here five, but he gets a pass off to the bottom. He brings her across the timeline rain which over Archie Miller. And now until the top takes it back off the Juwan more. On more drawn Davis Gilani laser they're on a nice given. Uh-huh. David is already got seven poets. Misbehave thirteen to seven Indiana. Here's Gaskins outside the flag, quite gives it up the black Blackman top of the key gives it right king. He dumps it into flag who goes against Iran Davis here and a double team comes. He has to give up the basketball gifts to Braxton Braxton inside of a given go to block by L. Terrific defensive. Here's the dribble. Between the circles. Rain slows things down picks up the temple takes you to the left of the circle back to the right? Let's go on three. And. Is Bernard fire since then Ohio State far game hits his first two threes. In this context. Sixteen to seven Indiana. Here's king gets it outside the Braxton. He feeds off the Blackmon Blackman Texan inside lost the handle got it back. It up at stores that was a really terrific athletic play by blackboard has got seven born the son, I can tell you himself lost the handle way up in the air. And he just soared upright around the rim collected his own bobble and put it right in really nice play. Blackman got seven of the nine short by Saint Francis. Thus far here is to the left side in little batches Joon off and messed up. That ball came off the web to Braxton. Braxton gets it across the timeline. Braxton the top off the black when he drives the baseline inside partially deflected at Indiana's got the rebound. Here's forcing it all the way to the hall. Now Durham very aggressively tonight is the point. Eighteen nine Indiana. Fix were getting set. The check in Tennessee is gonna come back on the dribble to the left side. Here's Jamal king. Top of the key very quick guard. Throws it into flag a nice given go play. Flag easily stores the basket his first points of the contest eighteen to eleven. Back. The other way comes devante right side and mcroberts back out the grain green rebels to the laptop Drexel little traffic verbally takes back to the top. Dumps it off to Zach Roberts Roberts. Looks gives a back to green Matadouro neuroma white perimeter. He pulls up. Let's go on three. And he reads it. No, the rebound comes reply back. The other way to Braxton Braxton down the floor top of the key circles. Right comes back to the top gives it back outside the Gaskins. Who drives I'm at Robertson. Step back to go. Nice shot there by Rambo gas. I do points of the game..
"gilani " Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"NFL had said, no, yes. But they had one for Scientology. That's why I mentioned Greta van Tom Cruise whole bunch of. They took money from this whacked out religion. Oh god. I mean, an L Ron Hubbard I don't think he he wanted it to be what it is turned into. It was taken over by that cookie guy miss cabbage. Way weak side issue because we approaching our fortieth anniversary of the guardian. Angels week. Wow. A lot of celebrations taking place I'm going to make sure that all of our listeners, you're aware of them, and they can participate when they feel they have that opportunity. But when I first started that patrol forty years ago was profiled in what was the American scene portion of time magazine. And as a result of it. I was living in a tenement offer west wanna roading University Avenue. While being the night manager at east Fordham road and Webster of the Maki. And we had virtually no money. You know, there was tremendous problems. We were getting hit with the rest. I had to go out and get lawyers cuts. Cops will I thought we will Gilani's giving us a hard time. Right. A certified check Cain to where I was living at west Fordham road and University Avenue from L Ron Hubbard. What? I left it up on the bureau of my dresser for full weekend stared at it because I knew well Ron Hubbard was, but I also knew what what came along with technology that they would often times support different groups try to coop them only. If it was thought that they were helping you that somehow you had been brainwashed by them. So a week later. I decided I wasn't gonna take the check half to having a conversation with my mom. She sent you. You should return. Kurdish return it. So I got the number run over. I had a conversation with them. Not in a sea org in the middle of the ocean off Catalina 'cause we started teddy lived on a ocean crew knew he did for a while. Right. Yeah. He couldn't believe that. I was going to return. The check was he offended or was he what was he like? Ten thousand dollars now. That's incredible cashier's check. Yeah. That's wild. So it was very difficult to do at that time because the legal bills who are really starting to accumulate. Oh my gosh. Well, you can't be. You did the right thing to do. I think because even it was just an independent and autonomous donation for a deed. That was good. It would the assumption would have been that we would control by scientists. Right. Of course, you sell your soul when you start taking money from but now Scientology and almost everyone else out there. Now everyone else from holy rollers to pharmaceutical company. Secular religious, they all have an answer as to why increasingly men appear to be suffering from rectal dysfunction. Everyone seems to have an answer. We advertise products ad nauseam here. WABC doing other radio and TV stations for men who are suffering from erectile dysfunction or occasionally have a rectal dysfunction, but I noticed that out of everybody that I've been subject because I've had erectile dysfunction at different periods of my life after getting shot with the five hollow point bullets, understandable prostate cancer, Hannibal, the Crohn's disease, understandable, the point is is that you were the one who. Decided to reveal to us what the roots of a man erectile dysfunction, which is a growing problem here in America might be. Well, I believe before I even read this story. I believe that it had to do with the pesticides and all the chemicals that they're using on foods and all the things that were breathing in the air. And it turns out I am right. Because there's a there's a study that came out a group of rats were exposed to polluted air in different sort of numbers like different quantities in a two legged Rach. Not people who have turned their backs. This is these are creatures that runs our Nitra house on. So these rats were exposed to polluted air over few months in the study, it was done in China, and it showed I didn't know that rats could get erections, but be that as it may their ability. Let's say little Joey rats ability to get an erection with significantly reduced the more. He was exposed to pollutants in the air. So of course, now scientists are saying this is going to apply to men this is obviously why men are starting to have this problem. Now, more and more frequently because we still we have all of these all of these toxins flying through the air, but more specifically they say the busier the city that you're in the busier of the street that you are living on or working on the more likely, you will have problems with your TV. So erectile dysfunction. Yes. As result, the amount of commerce taking place, traffic noise. Yes. Well, that's not noise. It's it's just all the pollutants that are coming out of these cars and buses, and and all sorts of. So for a male not necessarily to have erectile dysfunction. It would be who've him to live out in a very rural Rushdie carrier that might not have to any degree this. Shame amount of pollute exactly if you want to stand at attention at your behest immediately. You will have a likelier chance of having that happen if you are living in an area, that's not New York City. Well, let's find out from on many lists because they're our listeners of ours. Live out in those very rural Rushdie carriers. And obviously the bulk of our listeners live in very urbanized areas where there may be living on major thoroughfares or often major thoroughfares and find out if in fact has had any impact on that. Well, let me just tell you something also personal care products things that are that are that are in these plastics. Yes. I mean, that's a big problem to what's what's in your shower curtains. They're they're called fates or something like that. It's a chemical. That's. Used in all sorts of products that you have at home. So it's smart. I mean, it's a really good idea for us to sort of look through what we have in our homes, and maybe try to buy organic product or the glass product, if we can little did we know that I am when Bob Dole. Did that commercial? Remember? Yes. Saying that without this. I couldn't his five mrS dole. Who is the head of the American Red Cross at the time. It made us all just well, we didn't want to picture this. He's from Kansas. But again fertilizers right, exactly. In the air. But studies have shown that there is a link between increased exposure and lower testosterone from many listeners out there. One eight hundred eight four eight WABC that's one eight hundred eight four eight nine two two two. Let's go to Keith who's calling from garden city. Welcome the Kurdish and Juliette Honey here Keith busy out there. Curtis and Juliet, I I have well first of all Juliette. I think I was exposed to surpass asserted. I grew up in this city because I am like a mosquito. But that's. Sorry. Thank you. I'm sorry. Hold on. Let me straighten this out your hung like the mosquito. I don't know. I think it's so I grew up in queens. The pollutants? I should say. So I blame it on that. And it's not because. Interesting. Many peterson. Very interesting. Yeah. Whole new area that we I'm glad we know about Keith's personal attributes go ahead Keith. Day is growing up in the city. What is the Kurdish? It seems that the guys with the five wives and the ten kids five different wives are doing all right in that department. And they grew up around all the smog, and you know, in the five boroughs. Yeah. I mean lead paint chips, you know, in the end the apartments. Well, I'm not saying that you I'm just saying the likelihood that you will have erectile dysfunction or EDS they like to call it is higher because of the fact that you are exposed to these chemicals there just it's two plus two goals for well. We live in a highly toxic polluted vicinity we do. But there are a lot of our listeners who out and what I call leave it to beaver land father, no special little house. Yeah. Not Huntington Huntington is not way. We've got a nice piece of central Pennsylvania. You know, upstate New York and such. So far. Kenny in Orange County. Welcome the Kurdish and Juliet Huddy WABC. Kenny. Darren. Well, it's marketing genius of Madison commercial says if it'd be habit to six hours, call a doctor guy guy who has done in the dirt years. He's going to have a trucker eighteen wheel. By was like one of those lines now in the boondocks. You are right. The fresh air the Japanese always said that out in the fresh air. I mean, you've got New York City set off the thing is women up here. So we could conduct drove a catch twenty two. L? Promises. The women women women. Got plenty of women. But I guess everybody else. Everyone down is a bra. That is true. For instance. Juliet when you're footloose and fancy free living in Manhattan, and you would watch guys fight over croutons shed to shower bar, but they were not interested in you or your girlfriend interested in one another. There were too many women, right? Supposedly, New York has too many women. I never experienced any problems dating here, but many penises. You've there. Multiple multitude of girlfriends who clearly must have recognized that if they had gone up to Orange County if you move out to Alaska, I mean, you increase your chances. Yeah. I mean, there are certain areas where you can increase your chances of not only having a man man, period. But having a man who's had have you actually known women who were crisis excess food here who were not being able to develop a relationship with a man. So they decided to go where there were plenty of men. I have known women who've moved out of New York City because they said it is impossible to date here because the men are all, you know, onto the next one quickly because there's such a pot of beautiful women. So they go they went to places that are a little bit less chaotic. Let's go to Frank us calling from the B Q E, welcome the Kurdish. Juliet Huddy here on wwl ABC, Frank. How you doing? I met you at the at the place, but sitting Bernie that comedy show, and I know what you're talking about. I come from by Juliet hunting down from komax. All right. I never had a sang in Iraq. But I never had a problem. It was a sex media at I'm sixty two now, and I'm having so much proud with direction. Well, I mean age is also an issue there because you you become a BQ e guy. I live in Brooklyn. I live in. So what I'm saying? Come back. You used to Frank here when the clubs with a rage if you will consider B Q E, they wouldn't let you into the club's. You know, they would say, oh, he's a B Q E guy timeline. Yeah. I don't know what you're talking about. What's the big guy? BQ exactly what you are right now. But Brooklyn queens expressway. On Brooklyn, queens, it's fresh. She's mixing a Brooklyn queens expressway in bridge and tunnel. Yeah. You are blue blue tube knows what you're talking to Brooklyn. And queens, what connects Brooklyn into queens, the big roads. Yeah. Yeah. But you're going between the bird, you're not going into Manhattan, go right over the Kosciusko, aka juice, go bridge, but it's not Manhattan. People who say the bridge and tunnel people they're coming into Manhattan. You got it wrong. Dude. I'm a dude. I I. A B Q E boy. Yup. If you're I guess if you don't want people from Brooklyn coming into queens, I guess then. Help me out. Correct. 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"gilani " Discussed on Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing
"The way Gilani's here. Everybody. One hundred. Johny sitting on the floor behind us. Daniel and cap, so when I was in college the thing that really really like was my bread and butter was recruiting I covered recruiting and I would break people's recruitments. Scout dot com. I did. Yeah. That was legit. Yes. It would get into situations where the players would tell me where they were going before the announce say, okay, I'm going to commit today, this committing you can say it. So then people try to follow me to figure out like where the Chicago Cates. We're gonna call it to and so then like bus around that. And I was start to get really good interviews. And then I started working the big to no work in college. And when I graduated it's funny like people always think that you're gonna have everything figured out in college. If you don't have a job when you graduate. You're never going to have a job. But when I graduated I didn't know what I was doing. I didn't I was about to move back home at the end of the summer. But my last thing I was doing before. I went home is we were going to Drake concert me. And my friends are going to Drake. Yeah. Yeah. Drake concert. And on the way back from the Drake concert. This is two days of moving back home. Jobless like going to move back in the basement of my mom's house. Baixa network calls. It was like we would like you to come work with us five days a week and do this show but up until that point I'm like, oh my God. I worked this heart. And I'm not gonna have a job when I graduate. So things just happen. And you have to trust in the timing of those things happening. So that's true. Think when it comes down to it when you play with play with skill half innocence. You know what I'm saying? And think I saw people I sell keys any Bradley, even if you don't wanna wake up and take that bus ride somewhere is going to pay off you're going to put your penny in a Bank. You're going to do all that stuff. And it's going to pay off eventually saying, I would take buses all over city just for a better opportunity to go hoop and be saying, you know, I didn't know what I was like how is gonna end up. But I thought he is not going to happen if I don't never being. Yeah. Grant, not being held her sure's. Anytime you want to do something crazier. I guess rare. You got to act in that manner. All the time say how many how many people showed up and drove all the way down. You know, what I'm saying keep emailing, and I'm saying signed at dark, and then you know, what I'm saying and having opportunity in Keith grant, if near you could arrests on your laurels, and you finally got part where I wanted it to you got jacked up on those doors and keep doing it. So I always tell people for what we do too. I'm talking for Taylor is that I will never regret. It sounds like you did the same thing making as many connections as you possibly. Yeah. Like, you meet somebody you remember their name the next time. You see them? Hello. How are you Email if you can just reach out as many people as possible and be genuine about it, you, you know, you want an always like if someone does a favor for you in this business follow up with fake you? Yeah. And say, thank you card. Oh, yeah. No. That's the best thing. I think like no one doesn't. More. Yeah. But that's the biggest thing in the those because this is such a small world TV business, especially sports television. That I've said this before too. Let's say someone that's interning for me..
"gilani " Discussed on KQED Radio
"He decades and to be clear, it's not the story of a star just hooking up with a groupie Kelly has been accused of something like running a cult women have said that they were kept in his home as prisoners abused physically and emotionally a sex tape emerged and was viewed around the country. And it seemed to show that Kelly was molesting a minor. He was tried in two thousand and eight and acquitted Kelly has denied everything and by and large his fans and everyone around him have stuck by him. That may finally be changing because of a six part documentary called surviving R Kelly which just aired on lifetime. The Georgia DA is now investigating Kelly and there were protests last week. It is record label covered on WNYC news. We are tired address. We are tired of the news like a moving on ignoring the gray testimony, stories and fights lax. We we believe we believe survivors. We. The New Yorkers Jilani Cobb wrote this an expose typically indicts the character of its subject surviving R Kelly indicts of public that knew of his character. And did nothing about it. A public. They constructed an elaborate architecture of denial and has chosen to live in it. Gilani cop sat down to talk with dream Hampton, the documentaries producer just want to start with a basic question. Which is who is our Kelly. He is both a beloved songwriter and singer who I'm from Detroit. And he is someone who made music for black people in the midwest. Who do this thing called stepping who have loved R&_B, even as hip hop came and went maybe still here. I don't know. But he's also a man who had an open secret, and we've known this man is for very long time in terms of him being a predator. You and I have been the same age range. And so you were one of the first people in our generation that was really kind of carving a niche is a music journalist, and one of the notable things about it has been you're writing on specifically these questions of misogyny, and sexism and the way that patriarchy as operators and popular culture. And I wondered what were you thinking about when lifetime approached you, quite frankly, I like I like shows and home I like home network. But I don't watch Buta Murray. And I thought they were gonna do some silly reenactment thing. And when they told me that they were interested in a more serious approach something that they've never done before. I thought it was a time that I can redeem myself for a profile I had done of R Kelly magazine of two thousand where are just kind of wrote about his process. This was posed his marriage to Leah but pre Jim dear God is writing about all of his predatory behavior and lawsuits about him. I felt so wack about how that happens like my article coming out in November. And then Jim's reporting coming out in December that I never wrote another magazine profile on an artist again..
"gilani " Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"And so it's kind of like stepping over tripwires trip by trip wire is also telling that this letter was sent not only by the chair of oversight. Not only by the chair of intelligence. But by a rep. Nadler who was the share of the judiciary angry? And so this is a kind of sub textual. There are lots of other things that are going on on the just the language saying, hey, knock it off. You know, this person is a witness was about to give testimony. But if we're thinking about this kind of subtle, shaded way, all sorts of other implications all sorts of messages you pick up right? And which the investigative committees came out together to warn about from from Frank white to the White House Gilani Cobb. Thank you for being here, shade it up ahead. Donald Trump's meeting with Putin the link to the Trump Tower meeting also Muller and the FBI concerns the deal J official who wrote Muller's rules here when we're back in just thirty seconds. You've heard the news. We've been talking about it tonight the FBI so concerned by Donald Trump's behavior in office. They began investigating whether he was literally working for Russia. The New York Times reporting all of this really got heated after Donald Trump's Russia thing comment to Lester Holt and firing James Komi, the actions here are of course, a pattern. You had a day after the Komi firing Russians in the Oval Office. No US press allowed and Trump says Kony's a nutjob and great pressure was taken off by the fire, and we also learned from floating the idea of giving Putin potentially a fifty million dollar penthouse had they built that Trump Tower in Moscow back in two thousand sixteen and he didn't hide his request to Russia on the campaign trail. Russia if you're listening. I hope you're able to find the thirty thousand emails that are missing I think you will probably be rewarded mightily, our press that was a huge deal when it happened. What we now know because of the Miller probe and the speaking indictments that he's released the Russians then made their first efforts to criminally hack, Hillary Clinton servers that day, and then you add to that over one hundred contacts between Trump's team in Russia linked operatives and the Trump team trying to cover up every single one of them, according to a Washington Post to count. I'll Trump also dropping sanctions on a Russian oligarch who is close to both Putin and Paul Manafort, if you're playing conspiracy, bingo Manafort, offering POSCO those private briefings as part of the twenty six tank campaign outreach these sanctions that were lifted were explicitly imposed and Trump defied his own US, military advisers and removing the US. Troops from Syria, which of course, also benefits Putin, and we also know that Russia interfered in the election and goes on to interfere and later midterm activity. But there has been very little action on that from Trump's administration. They haven't paid a price at least it's sufficient to get him to change their behavior. We're taking steps, but we're probably not doing enough. If we don't change the dynamic here is going to continue in two thousand sixteen won't be viewed as something isolated Trump casts himself as a straight fighter. So why doesn't America first self declared America first president not fight on Vladimir Putin's on the other side of the street. We just put it up the foreign adversary interfering in elections, Putin accused of killing critics and Trump never has a tough word for. If we have a good relationship with Russia. Believe me, that's a good thing getting along with Russia is a good thing. I think I could have a very good relationship with Russia and with President Putin. And if I did that would be a great thing. Getting along with Russia is a good thing. Not a bad thing. Not a bad thing. Well, let's bring in our guests as promise Neil Khatau's, a former US acting solicitor general and wrote the rules for this Muller probe mile widely. Former US attorney assistant who has a turn in the southern district. You look at the case late out there, of course, that goes to the suspicion. So the facts can be relevant to the investigators. When you look at these new reports, how do you think they relate to Muller's charge and where we're headed? You know, they're concert really gravely concerning, and I do think that they're exactly the types of things that Muller has been looking at for two years..
"gilani " Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Tigers title game. Welcome. Sportscenter allnight on ESPN radio and the ESPN app. I'm Jim bask although stories and highlights up next, but we tip it off with a major upset from college hoops ready for a celebration the Ferrell center. Slowing saxon. Tenure routing Cox. Number one. Yes, sir. Gilani Brown twenty point seventeen boards. Number. Eight Ballard beats tab Ryan t for the first time besting uconn, sixty eight Fifty-seven heading the huskies their first regular season loss in more than four years. Uganda? Not lost regular season game in regulation since the seventy six seventy setback to Baylor in February of twenty thirteen. I was a span of a hundred and sixty three games the only regular season loss since then was the eighty eighty six set back in OT to Stanford in November of twenty fourteen they had won a hundred and twenty six consecutive regular season games. Fifty eight of them against non conference matchups. Holly Rome with Brown and teammate Lauren Cox post game as and company. They got it done with that victory will hear more from them later in the show Thursday Markle Leonard's returned to San Antonio. Let's just say he didn't receive a. Hero's. Welcome from fans who are still seething over at his departure the capacity crowd that adored him during his seven seasons in a Spurs. Uniform had this for him during intros with expert sharpshooter, Danny green, six six.
Puerto Rico sends costlier reconstruction plan to U.S. Congress
"Puerto. Rico is planning to transport thirty two hundred prisoners to. Private prisons on the US mainland thousands of miles, away from their families on the island the proposal Part of a slew of austerity measures, being pushed. By Puerto Rico's, unelected fiscal, control board in the wake of hurricane Maria officials say the plan will save Puerto Rico four hundred million dollars over four years but prisoners are opposed to the plan saying it will make it next to impossible for them. To receive visits from their family members in
Violence continues in Nicaragua, Opposition demand Presidential election
"Name under the deal greece's neighbor will be known as north macedonia guy gilani reports the two prime ministers will meet at lake presper on the border between their countries the scientists symbolic struggling both the greek province called macedonia and the former yugoslav republic which is contentiously shared its name for the past three decades they'll put pen to paper on the greek side before heading for an early lunch and what they've agreed to call north macedonia they may receive a hot reception from protesters' police athens used tear gas to disperse thousands of people who gathered at the parliament building on saturday they were chanting traitors as the government fended off a noconfidence motion brought in reaction to the name agreement at least eight people have been killed in nicaragua day after the government and opposition agreed to cease fire to end weeks of unrest in the deadliest incident six members of one family were killed in an arson attack on their home a second day of talks mediated by nicaragua's roman catholic church has taken place will grant reports this crisis is now in its third month and the involvement of the clergy nicaragua was supposed to be seen as a calming influence on the ortega government and the antigovernment protestors however the efforts to end the violence now appear in disarray and there are still important questions at stake not least the demands from the opposition for new presidential elections as soon as possible president daniel ortega has said he has no intention of standing down before his term ends in twenty twenty one afghan government has urged the taliban to follow its lead and extend a ceasefire between their forces in a televised address president ashraf ghani said there was no justification for continued fighting a truce coinciding with edo fitter has been observed in much of afghanistan well jeez from the bbc the driver of a moscow taxi who injured seven people when he's called swerved into pedestrians says he fled the scene because he feared he might be killed by an angry crowd russian police have released video of some questioning the man he says he intended to break but mistakenly hits the accelerator because of tiredness after working at.