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"halford" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Okay so exactly the same thing happens with Rob Halford. He sees the light. He realizes I'm metal. My fans are metal. This is what I was put on this planet to. Do you know in a sense. It's a little bit of throwing in the towel with both of these guys But I think both of them realized that they can make really cool art in this thing that they were made to do so. Helford comes back with his third band concept. He had fight he had to now. He has a band called Helford and goes back to absolutely traditional safe. Heavy metal and the resurrection album comes out in the year. Two Thousand and all the fans love it. He makes a little bit of a stir with this You know things are going well with this You Know Sanctuary. Medal is You Know Sanctuary is is an rod smallwood. I mean they're making a lot of lot of moves there shaking things up entombed queen's Reich. Cmc is around so essentially you know. Heavy metal has got little bit of new excitement to it in the year. Two Thousand and and how for puts out an album that everybody kind of goes everybody loves it but everybody is thinking. It's a little bit safe but the but also everybody is saying. This is the Record Judas. Priest should be making or and in the same way that that that Bruce's making great quality. Heavy metal not necessarily With Bruce were people saying this is the record. Iron Maiden should be making but Howard's record is very similar to Classic Excellent Priest of say an updated version of Of the likes of defenders of the or or maybe even a little bit of the seventy stuff but but certainly made British steel defenders of the faith the heavy stuff on screaming. So you're getting a little bit of that. Yeah Painkiller as well. You're getting a little bit of that in the in the Hallford In the Helford. Window here okay. So what's happening in in iron maiden world in the year two thousand well in a in iron maiden world like I say everything happens a little faster in iron maiden world This might this might reflect a little bit of the The cautiousness of the Of the management situation with Jane and And Bill Curbishley versus. You know the running a little faster a little more. Energetic Management Experience with Rod Smallwood being literally like the fifth or the sixth or seventh. What is it at this point? You know it's it's it's different depending on what part. What part of made we're talking about here. But but essentially rod smallwood is one of the boys and things move a lot quicker and maiden world so we get the first reunion album with Bruce Dickinson. We get We get brave. New World People love the idea at the time. It makes huge waves out there. It's a creditable album. It's good but I think. In retrospect people have looked back on it after a few years and says it wasn't as good as we all Kinda thought it was at the time and then to finish off What happens in in priest world like a safe things take longer? It's fully another five years before they do the obvious. And they reform Priest comes back with angel of retribution. In two thousand five exact same story big story in the metal world people love the album when it first comes out but then people are a little bit asked. I guess it wasn't as great as we thought it was. I mean which one is the more creative album I think? Angel of retribution is a little bit more A little bit more like like they did not brave. New World is a continuation of everything they've been doing and they've continued along that line since it might be even more prog. I don't think than the others. It's literally quite like virtual eleven and the x factor. With but with bruce singing and better production but angel. Retribution is not remotely like demolition demolition or Jugular or ROB's album resurrection So there you go I think we can. We can close off there. I mean I well one other thing. I wanted to mention a big difference at the time. Is that Ripper Owens was around a lot longer than than was blaze You know it's funny maiden hired a lead singer. That looked a little bit like Bruce. He could sing like Bruce but his voice was not leg. Bruce Priest hired somebody from a Judas priest tribute band. Who kind of you know more so. In the Wardrobe adopted the look of rob. He could sing a little bit like rob. His voice was a little closer to rob. But anyways I think there was a little bit more stick to it of nece and again this is maybe the caution in the priest camp and And the management camp. They stuck to ripper longer than Than Maiden stuck to blaze and and they stuck to ripper long enough to put out a double live album. They put out live in London. I it would have been pretty cool to have gotten a live album with blaze. Wouldn't it but no we didn't get that But we did get a live album with priests as time goes on. You know. It doesn't really matter to compare the careers too much because Bruce essentially only makes one more solo album. And that's it yeah. I again a fine album in tyrany of souls but but the priest camp is kind of curious because rob keeps keeps doing all sorts of like he almost gets more indie but keeps Keeps the Haufer thing going in there? Some fight rarity stuff that comes out and Howard makes two Christmas albums. So it's it's really weird. He almost has this parallel Definitely smaller career. You know. Medan Medan gives us I suppose more output and you know they're they're career trick. Trajectories are are quite different. I mean main just keeps getting bigger and bigger and bigger and sells more and more tickets always plays big places and priest kind of stays about the same size as they as they got to once. They did the reunion. I mean they've they've wrote risen a little bit in the ranks Over all this stuff but but maiden is clearly you know the bigger the bigger band doing more business Through the two thousands than Than Judas Priest is okay. So let's wrap up there. I hope you enjoyed that. Lots of like I say. Lots and lots of comparisons between these bands but I think the the really complimentary thing we can say about. Bruce and rob is that they they had this Intellectual curiosity for what was happening in the heavy metal world and they both went and tried a bunch of different things and they both realized the writing on the wall. They're old bands. Were Getting Stale So they gave us a lot to talk about. Put it that way In the nineties. Okay let's wrap up episode thirty seven You can go to our facebook page for this. It's pretty hopping over there and And comment on this debate. Give me some suggestions. You can email me at Martin. Peon ramp dot net. You can go to Martin Popoff DOT COM and see All my books that I have for sale there. I think I probably have good. Forty of my eighty five or so books are still in print The latest very related to this like I say there are two different priest books and two different main books and of course the very latest I is that a is that merciful fate book. I had which I'm which I'm pretty much out of here. It's about to go out of print but anyways let's wrap their thanks again for listening. We shall see you again next time. All of our shows notes social links at. Www DOT pantheon podcasts dot com or wherever you listen to great podcasts all songs have you found for purchase on Itunes spotify or replay please purchase. You've great unimportant. 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"halford" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"All right so what happens. What happens to both of these guys? The same thing happens to both of these guys. Bruce sees the light he decides that I'm heavy metal. My fans are heavy metal. Let's have a big heavy metal fast. He comes out with this masterpiece of a concept album based on William Blake and alchemy called the chemical wedding. The whole thing is just greatly recorded. Super-efficient songs heavy still vital Still a little bit of his Dumi. Grunge thing that's the other similarity really between rob and And Bruce and like I say even with Ozzy Osbourne all three of these guys have this kind of Dumi slow. Grungy scary metal music Feeling to to a lot of the rifts that they like and they wanna they wanna have on their records. I it a theme. It's a theme throughout. But this is a really cool album. You know he gets to the action fast. Things happen. it's just it. It sounds and at this point you know. Nineteen Ninety eight the direct comparison with virtual eleven all the fans. All the critics were just and me included. Were just just quietly going then. Bruce is kicking maidens ass with this with this amazing amazing band. But you know again this. Just this in ingrain ingrown thing That that these careers can't get off the ground it's injustice at this point that Bruce's career can't get off the ground. He should have been. He should have been a big star like Ozzy. Osbourne at this point making music. This good You know skunkworks was great but it but it was a little bit. You know so far. This is his fourth different album in a row. But at this point you know if there was justice Bruce would've done great but we are now truly in the deer of the heavy metal years and You know unfortunately like I say unjustly Chemical Wedding Bruce can go to his. I've always said this and I said this in the book. Holy Smoke I all I've always said this from the beginning. I think Bruce Quietly. When he's lying on his deathbed he will realize that the greatest music he ever made the greatest contribution to the arts he ever made. We'll be his solo albums this one Including accident of birth including tyranny of souls including skunkworks You know the biggest impact. He's had culturally will be the likes of number of the beast and peace of mind and power slave but I think he knows and and He probably takes a lot of solace in the victory of this that the greatest art the ever put on this planet was more or less down to him as a solo artist and his band. So that's really cool and chemical wedding absolutely is a great album so Well let's let's move on and and let's go to our fifth track. The discussion part will be talking a fair bit more about this but again the similarity here is that everything happens slower in priests world but there is a great similarity because of what you're going to hear in this fifth track so let's take a listen This is our fifth and last track episode thirty-seven Halford in Dickinson. The d'appel head bangers this is how hard with maiden hell.
"halford" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Okay so what rob does is. Fight doesn't really work out. And he again shows Shows his thirst for staying current as Bruce does? Doesn't it a different way though? The two album is an industrial metal album. He has this Thing going on with With Trent Reznor and nine inch nails and he decides that I wanNA try these These electronic beats a little bit more keyboard. You get the You know the vocal treatments and stuff like that and you get you. Get kind of a more angsty lyrical things. So here's rob tried to stay really really current again. He's got the eyeliner on. He gets completely lambasted for trying this direction you know. He's he's seen as being too trendy and trying to stay to vital vital on the cusp of what's happening in heavy music. Don't forget this is a time. When heavy metal is Is really done a really at really sort of down in the In the in the profile of of how cool Is it sort of thing? So what does Bruce do during this time? Same sort of thing. Bruce has bruce is out there and and same thing in terms of a thirst for staying current a thirst for You know Looking for things to do so he has balls to Picasso. Come Out in ninety four very strange record. It kind of has this mix of this Roy Z and Roy Z BAND. Lattany thing going on a lot of percussion a lot of atmospheric and open spaces. So it's a little bit grungy perhaps it's got this very simple album cover. And then he does skunkworks in ninety six. Which I think is is a is an unheralded masterpiece of Bruce's catalog Jack and Dino produces buddy of mine essentially Really really cool album a little bit. Grungy but grunge mixed with stadium rock in a cool way grunge mixed with traditional heavy metal in in a cool way. It's a really neat album. And he gets lambasted for that as well Just as balls to Picasso isn't well received but balls to Picasso. It's interesting it was somewhat well received because everybody thought tattooed millionaire was just kind of a like a silly phoned in hair metal album a little bit too jokey so he was taken seriously with balls to Picasso but then by skunkworks. It seemed like you know. The patients was growing thin with. Bruce tried to stay current in his own way. So Bruce. The Short Narrative was Grunge Rob. The short narrative was industrial metal and And both were big big trouble at this point. I mean basically Their careers were going. Nowhere and and Iron Maidens and Judas Priest's careers. Were fantastically going nowhere as well they were. They were knocked down to theaters. Enlarge clubs Nobody liked You know essentially the X. Factor didn't go over well Virtual eleven didn't go over well and and Jugular later in ninety seven has not gone over well Iron Maiden are kind of just doing what they've always done but they have this new lead singer. Judas priest are kind of doing an update on Ram it down and painkiller With this new lead singer So so they're trying to be kind of kind of heavier. Maybe a little more machine had. Maybe they're now having their latent. Let's try to be like PANDERA MOMENT. Kind of strange But there you go okay. So let's move on. Let's get up into the later nineties with this comparison. Take a listen to this. This is Bruce Dickinson with the tower..
"halford" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"All right so kicking off this episode episode. Thirty seven of history and five songs with Martin Popoff Helford in Dickinson the d'appel head Bangers We heard Bruce in somewhat of a hair metal mode. I mean it is a little bit roots in rock and roll this record tattoo millionaire but it is somewhat of a hair metal record so what is happening in. Bruce's mind at this point. Okay so Medan. Medan is kind of on the wane. I think this is the big theme of this show Bruce kind of realizes that iron maiden is just retreading the same ground over and over again. Frankly I mean. They essentially in invented a sound after five very different albums. Peace of mind into power slave is essentially the same sound and they've never really changed since So Bruce's starting to realize this. You know there were some disputes over the recording of no prayer for the dying the nineteen ninety record Bruce's going to be around for another album before he goes soul feared the ninety two but it just kind of You know shows him that everything that he kind of worried about with iron maiden Was coming true that they were kind of just treading water and making the same record over again and not always improving on what they were doing. So what does Bruce Do? I mean every lead singer you know there is always the idea I mean. I don't fault them for this. But there's always the idea that you could be a big solo artist because you are bringing a lot with you when you are the front man and lead singer and lyricist bruce's a coal airs But you do think that you can have a career and so you know the the big music going on around. The time was hair metal and it was doing well. And A and Bruce you know he probably looked at this and said let's do something a little more real a little less fantasy dungeons and dragons here Let's see if I can participate in the world more because Bruce's an intellectually curious guy so he goes and makes this record. It doesn't doesn't do that. Great people don't hate it people. Don't love it. It's a little rushed. The production is little humorless But essentially he's on his way with the Solo career but he has not left the band. That's a big difference. Okay so over. In Judas priest world priests kind was treading water a little bit as well but they were making a different record every time but they came back with this record that was pretty well received. It did go gold painkiller. It's now considered somewhat of a of a classic Caprice Classic. It's very heavy. It's well produced. Chris Tangerine he's actually There's there's a crossover there with that and the tattooed millionaire Al. But essentially you know they they make this record that that is well received at super heavy but again there are problems in the camp there are there are egos back and forth but rob is really part of this. I think the biggest problem in the band really was was between K. K. N. Glenn But yeah there's this weird thing that happens I don't know I mean it's You know rob has this This this like Pika frustration when When in Toronto and the Operation Rock and roll There's a mishap with the bike and he rides out in his head. Hits THE THING. 'cause the door wasn't up all the way and and basically they go through this lousy Gig. He faxes them. He never talks to them again for a long long time but essentially You know in a peak of frustration with everything. The Way Things are going rob is out of the band but the main story here is again. It's a it's a similar thing. Where Rob is is like Bruce? He is more attuned to what's going on in the musical world and there is this. Apocryphal moment You know said also to happen in Toronto where you know Rob Sees Pantera. Live at rock and roll heaven. Small venue that is now gone And sees the light that that heavy metal can be much more than it has been this traditional heavy metal. That priest has been playing. He you know he's kind of looking in the back of his mind. I want to move forward. You Know I. I have a thirst for a a new kind of metal out. There are just like Bruce does Bruce's looking around saying I I'm just I'm just kind of this is stale and rob feeling the same way now. Another thing that I think is going on in ROB's mind. Is this whole idea of being a gay man. In heavy metal the mechanics of being gay isn't the main part here. It's it's the the thing that he is is an outsider. He feels different. He runs in some different crowds than the priest guy. So there is some friction there between their personalities in the band but I again I maintain I you know. Even though the fallout of rob leaving the band is is worst. Worst than Bruce. Leaving Maiden I the main problems in that band or really between K. K. And Glen and I think rob is kind of a little bit in the minute in the middle of it. Okay so moving on Well actually let's start. Let's move into our. Let's move into our Rob Selection. Our First Rob Selection Take a listen to this and we shall discuss. This is fight with immortal. Sin.
"halford" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Songs with Martin popoff brought to you by the good folks at Pantheon. Pleased as always to be part of this Pantheon podcast network. We are all over the place spotify. Itunes over forty other podcast platforms. Now this episode is sort of something. I promised a little while ago when I did that. Circumstances Rush End Judas priest in the one thousand nine hundred seventy S. I believe I called it. I was comparing to bands into careers and I liked the fact that a story fell out of it In terms of what it was like to be abandoned in the seventies Promise this one because I found even more similarities between these two careers And I've pared back before I get to further. This is episode thirty seven. We're GONNA call this Helford and Dickinson the d'appel head bangers okay. I was GonNa Compare Judas. Priest and iron maidens career in the nineties but found it a little more intriguing just to look at rob and Bruce the metal God and the Air Raid Siren So many similarities. Between what these guys get up to so I thought it would be kind of cool to compare these careers. Obviously I've had these bands on the brain lately because in you know not not too long ago I basically took my all Judas priest books and some old iron maiden writing and Made to whole new. Judas priest's books that looked at the early days later days and to iron maiden books that looked at the early days and the later days the priest book went up till now but the but the main book ended in the Nicer. Because I want to spend a lot of time on Bruce Dickinson's career that book Called Holy Smoke. I remain in. The nineties has so much bruce in it because there is so much Bruce that we actually do get in the nineties so before we get ahead of ourselves Let's go back to the year. Nineteen ninety with both of these bands and and look at what happened there. And let's let's actually start off with a little bit of music. Just CONFUSE EVERYBODY. And then we shall discuss. So this is Bruce Dickinson off of tattooed millionaire. this was a pretty big song off of that record called born in. Fifty eight. Take a listen.
What's ahead in the impeachment trial of President Trump
"The articles of impeachment against president Donald Trump has now been moved to the Senate the charges have been read aloud Chief Justice John Roberts is taking the oath and all one hundred seven jurors have been sworn in do you solemnly swear that in all things pertaining to the trial of the impeachment Donald John trump president of the United States now pending you will do impartial justice according to the constitution and laws so help you god trial begins in earnest on Tuesday well this week was mostly ceremony next week we will see the real process to talk more about it to somebody who's been following the impeachment closely since it began ABC news White House and Capitol Hill reporter Halford folders what we'll see we'll see these house managers they're essentially the prosecutors during this trial there prosecuting the case for the house so we'll see them they will give their opening arguments chairman Adam Schiff is the lead on this they have up to twenty four hours to present their case will also see the president's legal team also has up to twenty four hours to present the case but this is what we might also see in the beginning with there's going to be a debate about witnesses there's going to be multiple motions we expect from Democrats to call various witnesses we know Democrats want witnesses Republicans don't but there's been a renewed debate about it but what we expect our opening arguments in the senator's really have to sit in their seats quietly they aren't allowed to talk and they don't have electronics what's John Roberts role going to be and what are the senators role going to be it is just to simply sit and listen and they can ask questions that have to be written out on paper is that correct right in the those questions on on paper will come after these opening arguments and the Clinton impeachment trial I believe I believe there was a hundred and fifty questions that could last up to a couple of days but all the senators are expected to be in attendance for the duration of the trial we expected to last two to three weeks but it in terms of John Roberts role here he's essentially overseeing this trial in terms of whether he'll have an active role or have to rule on any particular thing that's to be determined but he he most likely it is going to try not to really get involved here as much as he can at least and Tuesdays the day when all of this get started in earnest right Tuesdays the day so it's still to be expected what exactly will see on that day but if it all goes as planned you'll see these managers now they'll do that walk every day by the way from the house to the Senate you'll see there's a house managers that begin a giving opening statements and presenting their case and remember chairman Adam Schiff he's the lead
Rob Halford discussed on Answers for Aging with Dr. Dan Solloway
"Heavy metal icons Judas priest have been breaking boundaries for years. Now. The band singer, rob Halford says he's finally going to break his silence about his life band and most likely all things leather announcing. He's ready to write his memoir after previously insisting he would never do. So because of privacy concerns, telling radio deejays full metal Jackie in a phone interview. But he was thinking about things that have happened to him that people just
"halford" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Now the ban singer rob Halford says he's finally going to break his silence about his life band and most likely all things leather announcing. He's ready to write his memoir after previously insisting you would never do sell because of privacy concerns. How telling radio deejays full metal Jackie in a phone interview. But he was thinking about things that have happened to him that people just don't know about adding, quote, I think it has to be done because you get these knock offs, and you get people giving their impressions and their interpretations. Adding when it comes from the source. It's really important. And if you love how I can't wait to get your hands on this book, check him out on his Instagram account at rob Halford legacy. He also has a pretty good sense of humor. And I love of emojis that might surprise you seriously. No less than four amo- will appear in any given post. Laura Ingle, Fox News. Polling blamed in. They'll be a small but meaningful change in most election polls, including our Fox News poll until now we've been measuring the views of registered voters now that we're about six weeks out. We'll be breaking out likely voters as well. Here's why that distinction is important not everybody votes and not even all those who are registered actually vote in two thousand sixteen about fifty nine percent of those algebra to vote ended up voting that's about seventy million eligible Americans not voting when pollsters conduct election surveys. We try to identify people who actually show up to figure out who that is we asked registered voters this series of questions about their past voting as well as things like how interested are you in the upcoming elections? And how likely is it you'll vote in November's election on a scale of zero to ten people can only realistically answer those questions within a couple months of the election, and that's right about now. Follow us on Twitter at Fox News poll. I'm.
"halford" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Now the ban singer rob Halford says he's finally going to break his silence about his life band and most likely all things leather announcing. He's ready to write his memoir after previously insisting you would never do. So because of privacy concerns, how telling radio deejays full metal Jackie in a phone interview that he was thinking about things that have happened to him that people just don't know about adding, quote, I think it has to be done because you get these knockoffs, and you get people giving their impressions and their interpretations. Adding when it comes from the source. It's really important. And if you love Helford and can't wait to get your hands on this book. Check him out on his Instagram account at rob Halford legacy. He also a pretty good sense of humor and a love of emojis. That might surprise you seriously. No, less than four emojis will appear in any given post Laura Ingle, Fox News. From the Trajan wealth studio your local fiduciary, Trajan wealth dot com, this is AM seven nine and radio station. This is a Fox News alerts the Senate ready to start a hearing a lot of Americans will be watching. I'm Dave Anthony. I believe the women that's democratic Senator Kirsten gillibrand telling CNN Brad Kavanagh cannot change her mind today the supreme court nominees. First accuser will go first this morning's hearing, Christine Blasi Ford. We'll tell Senator she doesn't have all the answers. And can't remember as much as she'd liked, but there are details. Seared into her memory in prepared remarks released by the judiciary committee four describes a sexual assault by Brett Cavanaugh when both were in high school. She says she thought she would be raped and even accidents kill FOX's Jared Halpern. Two men have come forward to the committee each claiming to be the one who was altered for not Cavanaugh who will get his chance to talk and be questioned after Ford. Fox's Rachel Sutherland live in Washington. Judge Kavanagh's expected to tell lawmakers he's innocent of Christine Blasi Ford's charge that he's never sexually assaulted. Anyone? In prepared testimony. He wrote I am not questioning that Dr Ford may have been sexually assaulted by some person in some place at some time. But I have never done that to her or anyone he also wrote that he will not be intimidated into withdrawing from the confirmation process, and that there has been a frenzy to come up with something no matter how far fetched or odious that will block a vote on the nomination. Dave Rachel fourth accuser came forward. And honestly in a letter to a Senator the third accuser. Julie's sweating told showtimes, the circus all of these things should be investigated..
Surgeons' group: Brazilian butt lift most dangerous surgery procedure
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"halford" Discussed on Channel 955
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"halford" Discussed on Channel 955
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"halford" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
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Volkswagen CEO Matthias Müller is reportedly going to be replaced — Quartz
"Nuclear deal after president trump's decision to pull out and pr's peter kenyon reports are on is demanding guarantees it can keep trading europe and elsewhere the us was missing from today's meeting of the countries that negotiated the nuclear agreement following trump's announcement that unless iran meets a dozen stringent conditions he will reimpose us sanctions iran contends that by pulling out the us violated the deal and that argument has widespread agreement among the five countries left the uk france germany russia and china a senior iranian official says tehran expects to continue to do good business with the russians in chinese but europe needs to find a way to protect its companies from us sanctions if they keep doing business in iran peter kenyon npr news vienna commerce department says durable goods orders fell one point seven percent last month much of that was due to a double digit decline in orders for civilian aircraft a mix end of the week on wall street the dow is down fifty eight points the nasdaq closed up nine points today you're listening to npr are while salaries for most americans have been relatively flat last year was apparently a good time to be a ceo according to data from ecuador company that among other things analyzes executive compensation ceo pay last year rose by eight and a half percent that puts the median pay package of the average ceo halford more than half earn less at around eleven point seven million dollars that pay 'bout matches the increased ceos received in two thousand sixteen when looking at salary stock options and other compensation based on the analysis the average ceo makes about one hundred sixty four times meeting pay of the average worker the the european union is put sweeping online privacy laws into place that's because of some us sites which have now shut down on the continent and peers shahani reports europe expanded with counts as personal data to include a devices gps location and ip address and spelt out new rights over that data for example residents of the eu can demand a company delete whatever's been stored about them now.
"halford" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
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"halford" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
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"halford" Discussed on Channel 955
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"halford" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
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‘So Many Bodies’: Bomber Kills Dozens Signing Up to Vote in Kabul
"This kid was innocent what was she guilty of she was killed today in this attack these people call themselves muslims on such muslims call tonight did look this this is a voting color which is grounded and blunt who come to vote when the government asks us to well the afghan president ashraf ghani has said such atrocities will not succeed in weakening the democratic process several polling centres have been attacked since voter registration began a week ago for elections in october regina brahimi is a spokesman for afghanistan's chief executive abdullah abdullah and has been speaking to the bbc the main objective of terrorist groups including taliban daishin your athletes are to disrupt the election process they tried to prevent the continuity of the democratic process in afghanistan people of on have halford in at the same time they have the experience of this insecurity and terrorist attacks for the last seventeen years they are resilient and pretty determined to go ahead with the democratic process despite these security incidents around the country well i spoke to the bbc's e zara who went the site of the attack it's a very crowded area four story building all the windows were broken and it's an area which has two high schools very close by which as a result of today's attack many kids and women have also been killed there were still angry people who were asking me while you're not reporting the right figure because the government is keeping the figure of casualties very low so it was a scene of carnage and islam excites have claimed responsibility for this attack when we hear these kind of tax in afghanistan we maybe i'll i ascension is that it is the taliban how strong is islam states presence in this particular part of aghanistan this is west of kabul where the majority of the population is shia and hussars islamic state has taken responsibility of money attacks in this part of kabul in the last few months through the winter there have been many attacks on shia mosques cultural centers political gatherings islamic state is obviously not.
"halford" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"It was his hour from town hall dodd kabakov halford flaws thousands pasqua shortterm spending bill that would avert a government shutdown later this week but it faces an uphill fight in the senate but continuing resolution that funds the government through march 23rd blood includes a full year's worth of funding for the pentagon utah's chris stewart nothing impacts our military was more devastating effect and the lack of a sustained predictable funding the measure now goes to the senate where democrats are likely to oppose it since it fails to include budget hikes for nondefense programs any changes made in the senate will have to come back to the house for final approval capitol hill correspondent wally hindes president trump is threatening a government shutdown of democrats refused to support his immigration proposals specifically tough border security if we don't change it let's have a shutdown we'll do it shut down and it's worth it for our country i'd love to see a shut down if we don't get this stuff taken care of house speaker paul ryan says duly memos alleged anti trump bias by senior officials the fbi and justice department are not connected to the motor probe rights with memos deal with lights abuses of surveillance powers we need to make sure that that powers use correct residents wrong claims that gop meddled indicates him in the muller probe us stocks rallied tuesday as a late surge help them regain almost half their losses from a day earlier economists hugh johnson says the volatility of the markets has been largely computerdriven we all have our disciplines and unfortunately they work both ways when it gets people computers or computerdriven strategies buying stocks on the way up and then selling stocks on the way down in an exaggerated significantly exaggerates both move on the upside as well as the move on the downside the doubt that his five hundred sixty seven points higher tuesday a federal judge in ohio as ordered attorneys and others to keep quiet about settlement discussions involving hundreds of lawsuits filed.
"halford" Discussed on WCHS
"To be in peru a tonight's helping with lots new residences come young woman editor gear halford ahead what's up 20 instead of the straight this chose images and you've gone there's some some other other waterways in when it comes to access he says of the interesting it doesn't necessarily have to be a pained parking lot in a concrete two lane ramp i mean the kind of access we're talking about here is largely for paddle boats panel canoes try acts things like that in it it's not nearly a substantial and access poin correct the other point was trying to make is the hub and it is they can get a lot more bang for your buy after your dollars with just having a good parking area and a clear access to the stream you can have several those sites for minimal dollars where the nice site with a concrete ram did a letter a basque vote pete in pile plus parking regulating dead turnaround site it's all it's a lot of dollars in any way i think most communities will find they put one of those in and they're brokers while illustration of this was not a river that you're put by a spokesman current come on don't rock across his river among voices so so kayaks which are so popular these days and conclusion panel boats and things like that ramp roll rubber rafts and so were that's probably the kind of access you remember media yet that's going to be the major part eddie the boat boats could really take advantage of it or going to be very few some jetboat cern fists fit your specialized loads through for so you're correct john kayaks canoes from a john boat that can be handled by handle them one one final thought it.
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"Figured out cheap often make much money now if i if i make more money by medicaid why don't want to do that gotta capture everybody with the pen report at whether with your order that will end up being less money than the premium being a pay this holly so if you have five hospital in a given the code area they will have different gallery but maybe you can have a clear where you will look hot benefit capture much daily caught we're going to cover chemotherapy your critical care component secondly you could houmadi the armed with a menu of every doctor our of what they do for a living what specialty is what other automatically be paid out and what the medicare ry hidden people by the oic heart like they take care of their car and the tax code right now that you call picketed ducked out of pocket medical dental hearing laugh where elected he hand receptive you're grow up i'm fifty eight i hit hartford read or seen i have known i though medical tricks were living if not worth the money while getting everyone in on the go and the other thing i wanna talk about it now let me tell you because you're bringing up so many great point zero when you say getting everybody in on the game are you saying we should all have skin in the game meaning if you want better medicaid or medicare your taxes are going to go up a little what i'm saying well didn't didn't veroni who was arguing frame court argued wasn't it with an interview that obamacare because it was attack that that they can do it wasn't going in at the heart of came out with her the premium attack now i'm saying double the medicare attack but get rid of these premium you got loop at numbers right now now as a healthcare broker a typical day for you is helping people shop for the the best coverage right the the most economical or how how does that work as a healthcare broker tell people what you what a typical client situation would be like for you you well right now with going on the marketplace crazy regarding actually the law with the wind violent halford a portable companies where the order okay i'm gonna give you a plan you've got to pay modern happen.