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"harris tweed" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

08:04 min | Last week

"harris tweed" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"The aftermath, ABC, Los Angeles. The news report they put out Bishop Juan Carlos Mendez. Says that the protesters shouted Death to the police! As they tried to enter the hospital after this assassination attempt of to Ah to police officers out there. That's unbelievable. And the late protesters taunting the police outside the hospital. This was an assassination effort. I can't believe for the life of me. This is the world we live in. But it is. And how is that $150 Million cut to the working out Kamala Harris. Anyway. Freedom Caucus Chairman Andy Biggs is with us first thing, Joe Biden is talking about the feckless one while we need to have assault weapons ban No, we need more. Police better trained with more nonlethal options and you know, you see, you see the rise of what's happening around the country. Everybody now now pretty much understands the funding. The police reallocating police resource is what it means for them, and their family is very simple. It is. You're on your own good luck And for those officers now that do remain under difficult circumstances. They I don't blame them for not wanting to do their job to the best of their ability anymore because they know they will be thrown down the stairs. Andy Biggs is with US Congressman out in Arizona and by the way, Freedom Caucus chairman Lieutenant Randy Sutton is a 33 year law enforcement vet, founder of the wounded Blue. Thank you, Bulls. I mean, you know they're they are Randy shouting Death to the police showing up at the hospital after these cops were ambushed in this assassination attempt Took place is weekend and let me ask you something. Do you think you could possibly Have a reasonable, meaningful dialogue with those people. It's simply impossible. They they are. They're on ly to spew hate filled rhetoric. And literally threatened the lives of officers who are in critical condition who have been who have been victimized by a another insurgent. In the war on cops. That's the reality. Well, I mean, that's exactly what it is house a cop able now to do their job with confidence. All these police look what happened in Rochester, New York, you know African American police chief and many top brass. We're outta here. Carmen Best in Seattle. I mean, I can't use nonlethal options to prevent writing and looting and arson. I can't do my job and I'm not going to risk the lives. Of my officers in the process. Andy Biggs. I mean, and you know the left. For the most part, Joe Biden barely mentioned the anarchy and the unrest in the country. During his convention for Crying out loud. Yeah, shun. This is part and parcel of of a leadership vacuum on the left. So these these cities led by the left They're letting this go on. They're not supporting the police officers in the police who protect our rights. And by allowing this to go on, you basically say, even though we're investigating some of these, these rare incidences that air that are horrible and we need to get due process for him. You can't even begin to have that rational comes conversation that lieutenant sons talking about because they left is allowing this to go on some. In some cases, they're actually fomenting this going on. They want to see this. Go on, and that's you have to just acknowledge that they're pleased with this kind of Bolsheviks style revolution That's going on and they've made the police the target of that revolution. Well, I think this is what is happening. So what options are now available. People are going to do their job. No, That's right. But why would you Yeah. I mean, you know Kamala Harris Tweed, you know to literally to contribute to the Minnesota Freedom Fund. To post bail for those anarchists that are arrested now in a state like New York because of the idiotic policies of this liberal governor and liberal mayor, All the anarchists that were being arrested by the cops. They have no bail, they'll they're sent out to go rejoin the efforts of anarchy. You know, moments after they're arrested? What's the point of arresting anybody at that point? The reality is, is Sean that this this movement by Cuomo and Blasio, too. Basically deconstruct the criminal justice system in New York. Has had the desired effect that they wanted. They are bent on allowing, uh, these anarchists and criminals of all stripes. To literally walk the streets without any consequences for their actions. And it is is a dismal failure. And yet you still see Them clinging to this, uh, this platform while while the blood of the citizens and the police runs in the streets It is incredible to me that the people haven't risen up. I just got back from from several days in Portland. It visiting officers who were injured in all of the violence because of my role is the founder of the wounded blue and what I saw there. Was absolutely heartbreaking, Shawn. Hundreds of police officers injured in the line of duty because they have not been given the tools by Wheeler, who is who is absolutely a complete failure. As a mayor and a governor who has failed to do anything, even acknowledged the violence there. It's a shocking what is actually taking place, and, yes, he's tops. I want so much to continue to serve they want to serve, but I'll tell you, I wouldn't play. I don't blame those people that are leaving the guys that are on the job. Maybe just a very short period of time. Either find a job in a department that will support you. Get out of some of these big cities. Or you might want to think about another profession because it's not safe for you anymore, and you're not able to do the job. You're not even evil. Use this simple training that That you were given on even nonlethal methods of crowd dispersement. So at that point, Randy, if you've been on the job, any length of time in your retirement age, get out. And they're getting out in droves. I can tell you in New York City, They're just leaving. They're getting out. Grows all over the country of Portland just lost 50. Now they've only got 800 cops and they've They've been understaffed for a long time. They just lost 50. They're losing another 50. Minneapolis is losing 200. You are retiring because of the stress issues. That's a massive amount literally, Shawn, what we're going to be seeing here. This is the tip of the iceberg. We're going to be seen. This is a critical time in policing because it takes it takes 2 to 3 years to get a police officer fully trained and experienced on the street. With with the thousands that are leaving, retiring or just quitting, and those who are not even joining the police anymore. We're going to see a critical shortage of law enforcement and that It is good. That is actually what the left wants. They're getting what they want, which is even more heartbreaking and this is going to have a long term effect on America. Listen, Americans now that recently and Henry Firearms is a new advertiser, our program and they have a great program, especially the first time gun buyers to help people learn everything you need to know about gun safety on DH..

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"harris tweed" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:51 min | 8 months ago

"harris tweed" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Notes at Rick Steves dot com slash Radio Roberts. Listening in from Winchester Virginia joins us on the line at eight seven seven three three three Rick He Robert Yes. Thank you for having changes You know in such a vast area. I was curious as to if he wanted to stay there and tour for the week. Where would you suggest staying as far as center? Live one of the things. People have to understand to have reduced as they are one hundred fifty mile long chain so depending on what you're into if it was archaeology for those environment we recommend that you could maybe fly into the Louis into stornoway that would then give you access to the the biggest island you could go and see the standing stones touch. Toasters you go an expedience beautiful beaches the hottest tweet industry. If you then came into southern isles where I live You've again got access exited beaches. You've got access to fishing trips to kill the one of the most beautiful world heritage sites in the whole world out there. Just forty one miles or you can come by ferry and come down onto. Oldman take a train from Glasgow for three hours and then take a fairly out towards the islands. That'll take you about five and a half to six hours. You can hire a car there. It's fairly easy you can hire car and drive it up to the north and leave it there or there's very good public transport as well on these islands and it's a real wonderful experience because you're going in the little post buses you're going on other local transport you get a real chance to experience flavor and also to meet local people. Oh wonderful one of my favorite memories Robert and the Hebrides was just getting to know the the man who drives the post bus across across the mall from Iona and he was like a stand up comedian but he was sitting in the driver's seat and he just knew the culture new all the gossip and he couldn't stop talking and I just wanted to go back and forth on that bus all day. Long listen to this bus driver kit. James Joyner Stan Scotland. That tourists are welcome to our anybody's welcome to go on a a post car almost to get someplace yet. There's no bus that goes dependent is normally a local transfer system that runs there but some of the roads are so remote that it's the post. Bicycles donors postal minibus collecting the mail. As you. Go down from a letterbox Robert. Thanks for your call. Thank you bye-bye by James. You mentioned Robert to fly into the island of Harris. Would it be okay with you if I just had five days for the Hebrides that flew over the famous places and went straight to the outer Hebrides. Yeah you'd fly into stornoway into Becca but I can give you the most unique flight in Europe. When thank you fly into the island of Barra and you London beaten a Twin Otter plane there is nowhere else in Europe? We can do that on the beach playing that reaches a Twin Otter and on Uganda. And it's the only place where the landings are separated by the tide and you fly direct from Glasgow and you'll be there with maybe eight people on the plane. What's the name of the the island again is his isle of Barra? Be a now you mentioned in the context of Hera Silent Harris tweed. It's actually originating from the island of Harris origins from Al Harris as a cottage industry and went to quite a turbulent time but recently there's been a huge innovation in Harris tweed lots more design products coming through. There's a lot more all cottage industry coming back into their and also how does tweet Hussy authentic or symbol on at this. Got To be stamped. Discovery made in Hudson after Hubbard is if you bite made anywhere else. It is not authenticity by the way. Can you do the Hebrides with a rental car. Just leaping from Ireland island by local little ferry. Yeah that is on the unique things about Caledonia macbrayne as well because they've got what's known as a Hebridean liberty and hopscotch. Okay and you can buy tickets. Do get on a smaller ferry and a smaller ferry as you go through the islands and that's a real experience again because you're going there with all the local people you might even go under. There might be some sheep going over at on their. It truly is an incredible experience. Even though I've been doing child every summer I go to the other islands because I want to experience that part of my life. The Wild Islands of the Scottish Hebrides are where our guest James mcclatchy calls home he posts his professional personal photographs of the Hebrides online at James.

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"harris tweed" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

Travel with Rick Steves

07:40 min | 8 months ago

"harris tweed" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

"Wonderful one of my favorite memories Robert and the Hebrides was just getting to know the the man who drives the post bus across across the mall from Iona and he was like a stand up comedian but he was sitting in the driver's seat and he just knew the culture new all the gossip and he couldn't stop talking and I just wanted to go back and forth on that bus all day. Long listen to this bus driver kit. James Joyner Stan Scotland. That tourists are welcome to our anybody's welcome to go on a a post car almost to get someplace yet. There's no bus that goes dependent is normally a local transfer system that runs there but some of the roads are so remote that it's the post. Bicycles donors postal minibus collecting the mail. As you. Go down from a letterbox Robert. Thanks for your call. Thank you bye-bye by James. You mentioned Robert to fly into the island of Harris. Would it be okay with you if I just had five days for the Hebrides that flew over the famous places and went straight to the outer Hebrides. Yeah you'd fly into stornoway into Becca but I can give you the most unique flight in Europe. When thank you fly into the island of Barra and you London beaten a Twin Otter plane there is nowhere else in Europe? We can do that on the beach playing that reaches a Twin Otter and on Uganda. And it's the only place where the landings are separated by the tide and you fly direct from Glasgow and you'll be there with maybe eight people on the plane. What's the name of the the island again is his isle of Barra? Be a now you mentioned in the context of Hera Silent Harris tweed. It's actually originating from the island of Harris origins from Al Harris as a cottage industry and went to quite a turbulent time but recently there's been a huge innovation in Harris tweed lots more design products coming through. There's a lot more all cottage industry coming back into their and also how does tweet Hussy authentic or symbol on at this. Got To be stamped. Discovery made in Hudson after Hubbard is if you bite made anywhere else. It is not authenticity by the way. Can you do the Hebrides with a rental car. Just leaping from Ireland island by local little ferry. Yeah that is on the unique things about Caledonia macbrayne as well because they've got what's known as a Hebridean liberty and hopscotch. Okay and you can buy tickets. Do get on a smaller ferry and a smaller ferry as you go through the islands and that's a real experience again because you're going there with all the local people you might even go under. There might be some sheep going over at on their. It truly is an incredible experience. Even though I've been doing child every summer I go to the other islands because I want to experience that part of my life. The Wild Islands of the Scottish Hebrides are where our guest James mcclatchy calls home he posts his professional personal photographs of the Hebrides online at James mcclatchy dot com. That's M. A. C. L. E. P. C. H. E. R.. Phone Number's eight seven seven seven. Three three three seven four to five and Caroline's calling in from San Diego he caroline I Rick James. Great Grandmother was born in he lay in the HEBRIDES and my cousin and I are cooking up a trip and wondering. Is there any way to inquire into our ancestry. Well were there. I live courses. This is what's known as the Whiskey Island Air. You can go there and have a wonderful experience on the whiskey but Eilly recently. There is websites available online week. Not You write them with your answer disease name. They can actually trace your relatives. Who came from there on you can go and speak to the genealogist specialists? He wants it whiskey and genealogy. What's the name of the island? Isla I S. L. E. Y. Weihai S. L. A. Y.. So if you wanted to go to Isla who come to maybe make open your base and then take a plane trip out there? Spend a couple of days there go down. You'll probably get a chance to get a local guy to see. Maybe where your eldest came on those quarter lot of immigration form or islands. Dating right way back from the sixteen hundreds right the way through to the eighteen eighteen hundred so a lot of those people came to America. Someone to South Carolina's they went to Nova Scotia Vancouver and all those places. So that's great and if you look at the place names in those areas they actually relative to a lot of the areas where the people came from you can go to Nova Scotia and you. As a Scottish guy could see these people came from the the from from the islands caroline. Thanks for your call. Thanks I really looking forward to it. Yeah by James I could talk forever about the Hebrides already. Rearranging might make dreams. This is so beautiful. You mentioned you'll learn the Gaelic language and what's the status of the language and and where would you find it as a traveler. Well the garlic language is probably not as eighty seven thousand speakers worldwide who can speak the dominant population is big out near the HEBRIDES. The records was about twenty three percent of of the people who can speak read and write it it is still a bastion for the language. We have a problem with it because of angry citation when English language documentary host. When on the television came into our homes in the nineteen seventies? They said that I was the first time in Englishman came into Hebridean home so the English language became the dominant language. But the garlic language has has been held onto their so. It's what we classifies working language as language goes right back to the fourth fifth century and came over from Ireland mixed in there and it unique where we are there because because when you look at the old maps or Scotland we were anonymous. NORSE GAELS because we're a lot of Viking infancy where we managed hold onto language so I use the language on a daily basis. Yes it's easy for me to speak in the gallic languages English. There's some words I don't know in English and when you look at the expressions that the older people is to have the same meaning right in English language suicide connection back to those old times for me as a child. It allowed me to be immersed in island culture and I would never have had an gained the wealth of knowledge. That are hard if I wasn't able to speak to those older people so I'm going to come and visit you and you're going to teach me a little bit of Color Scottish language and you're GonNa take me out after dinner for a little title walk. What's a beautiful experience? I would have. That would never forget the one. The beautiful experiences we have in the Hebrides is called catching the stars and leaving footprints. We can go down. On walking onto the beaches the beaches you can go barefoot walking into the water and the stars fall from heaven and are reflected in the sea. And if you put your hands through the water you're actually holding the stars. People not only going into the but having that experience which is so unique and then June summertime we have what's known as bioluminescence the seaweed underwater takes on this incredible glow. When you actually walk along the seaward and your feet your footprints light up so you could follow my footprints through the seaweed? This is one of the most unique experience you can have in an environment that is so tranquil. Stand here the sounds of nature and you hear sounds that you wouldn't normally hear tames mcclatchy. Signed me up. I want to touch the stars and leave only footprints. Thanks for joining us up next friends from Portugal. Go tell us how they turn loneliness and longing into a wistfully beautiful type of music here for yourself in just a minute on travel. With Rick Steves in Portugal. They have a unique way of turning sadness or a broken heart into music and songs that can make you feel connected to something bigger and stronger than yourself. They call the feeling Saddad and have a music tradition. They called Fido that I think expresses it beautifully here to help us understand this core character of Portuguese culture on travel with Rick Steves are tour guides. Raphael Pereira and Christina Duarte Christina Raphael. Welcome thanks very much. So sowed how would you. I'm Christina define how this is a part of the Portuguese soul sowed. It's a very very difficult word to translate in just one word. I think that we are the only country country in the world that defines all these feelings deep feelings in just one word Soda if you really want to relate that I think that the best translation is the presence of the absence. The presence.

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"harris tweed" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"harris tweed" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"The side of the of the boat then I heard hello the couple tells CBS to Cape Town nine they got up one ounce sign saw the flames and then saw the crew of the conception on a dinghy boat they immediately started helping those who were injured while other crewmembers tried but failed to save the passengers cried because he said they celebrated three birthday that night and one of them was a seventeen year old girl who was there with their parents hands and say what they witnessed cannot be on scene it was devastating they say they're glad to have helped the crew but don't see themselves as heroes Cooper Ronald K. an extend seventy newsradio condolences for the victims and thanks for the first responders pouring in there's really no words that describe how shocking that says assemblywoman Jackie or when and when we think about the number of flights actually that have been lost it's just devastating when his district stretches from Oxnard two thousand oaks notes this region has been through devastating wildfires mudslides the borderline shooting and now this fatal both fire once we start to get information about where the victims are come from we will really chic community go into deep mourning let's just absolutely heartbreaking congresswoman Julia Brownlee says she doesn't want to lose hope but worries the possibility of finding survivors is getting smaller with each passing hour governor Gavin Newsom says in a tweet our hearts are with the families. and loved ones affected by this tragic incident senator Kamel Harris tweed she's heartbroken over the news out of Santa Cruz island and so she's grateful for the her relic first responders and rescuers were working tirelessly on the scene to ensure every person is found Claudia pesky tack KNX ten seventy newsradio two men have been arrested after police chase that ended in a crash.

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"harris tweed" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"harris tweed" Discussed on KTOK

"Two seven nine six four five time now for the Riley update message of the day due process and the constitution as all Americans should well understand we are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law and that should extend to the court of public opinion as well but for presidential candidates and senators Elizabeth Warren and Kamala Harris it does not last week was the fifth anniversary of the police shooting in Ferguson Missouri Michael brown shot dead here's what Kamala Harris tweed it on August nine quote Michael brown's murder forever change Ferguson in America his tragic death sparked a desperately needed conversation and a nationwide movement we must fight for stronger accountability and racial equity in our justice system unquote on the same day senator Elizabeth Warren said quote five years ago Michael brown was murdered by a white police officer in Ferguson Missouri Michael was on our yeah he was shot six times I stand with activists in organizer's who continue the fight for justice for Michael we must confront systemic racism and police violence head on on quote now two United States senators to presidential candidates basically saying Michael brown was murdered by a police officer well the justice department under president Obama investigated thoroughly Eric holder was the Attorney General supervising the investigation federal investigators found that the police officer who shot Michael brown Darren Wilson did not violate any law that he was defending himself that witness accounts Cordy Michael brown saying hands up don't shoot or a lot he did not say it federal investigators found Michael brown attacked officer Wilson and he defended himself those are the findings of the Obama justice department yet warning Harris are calling it murder that is not due process that is not how our system works and if you remember both women convicted Brett Kavanaugh the Supreme Court justice when he was being accused of harassment and other terrible things in his hearings both women said he was guilty based on no evidence whatsoever nothing but the word of an accused subsequently the FBI investigated Mr Kavanaugh top to bottom found no evidence but senators Warren and Harris have never apologized so what we have here are two top politicians in this country do not hang due process do not hang the rule of law this is a dangerous situation if either of these women are elected president this country is in trouble and that is not a political statement that is a factual statement that's the message for more news and analysis please head on over to bill o'reilly dot com where you can actually see me the Riley update will return with something you might not know I have been telling you about a first time buyer in Texas now I want to show you the.

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"harris tweed" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"harris tweed" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Due process and the constitution as all Americans should well understand we are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law and that should extend to the court of public opinion as well but for presidential candidates and senators Elizabeth Warren and come out law Harris it does not last week was the fifth anniversary of the police shooting in Ferguson Missouri Michael brown shot dead here's what Kamala Harris tweed it on August nine quote Michael brown's murder for every change Ferguson in America his tragic death sparked a desperately needed conversation and a nationwide movement we must fight for stronger accountability and racial equity in our justice system unquote on the same day senator Elizabeth Warren said quote five years ago Michael brown was murdered by a white police officer in Ferguson Missouri Michael was on art yeah he was shot six times I stand with activists in organizer's who continue the fight for justice for Michael we must confront systemic racism and police violence head on on quote now two United States senators to presidential candidates basically saying Michael brown was murdered by a police officer well the justice department under president Obama investigated thoroughly Eric holder was the Attorney General supervising the investigation federal investigators found that the police officer who shot Michael brown Darren Wilson did not violate any law that he was defending himself that witness accounts Cordy Michael brown saying hands up don't shoot or a lie he did not say it federal investigators found Michael brown attacked officer Wilson and he defended himself those are the findings of the Obama justice department yet warning Harris are calling it murder that is not due process that is not how our system works and if you remember both women convicted Brett Kavanaugh the Supreme Court justice when he was being accused of harassment and other terrible things in his hearings both women said he was guilty based on no evidence whatsoever nothing but the word of an accused subsequently the FBI investigated Mr Kavanaugh top to bottom found no evidence but senators Warren and Harris have never apologized so what we have here are two top politicians in this country do not hang due process denying the rule of law this is a dangerous situation if either of these women are elected president this country is in trouble and that is not a political statement that is a factual statement that's the message for more news and analysis please head on over to bill o'reilly dot com where you can actually see me the o'reilly update will return.

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"harris tweed" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"harris tweed" Discussed on KTOK

"For the Riley update message of the day due process and the constitution as all Americans should well understand we are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law and that should extend to the court of public opinion as well but for presidential candidates and senators Elizabeth Warren and Kamala Harris it does not last week was the fifth anniversary of the police shooting in Ferguson Missouri Michael brown shot dead here's what Kamala Harris tweed it on August nine quote Michael brown's murder forever change Ferguson in America his tragic death sparked a desperately needed conversation and a nationwide movement we must fight for stronger accountability and racial equity in our justice system unquote on the same day senator Elizabeth Warren said quote five years ago Michael brown was murdered by a white police officer in Ferguson Missouri Michael was on art yeah he was shot six times I stand with activists in organizer's who continue the fight for justice for Michael we must confront systemic racism and police violence head on on quote now two United States senators to presidential candidates basically saying Michael brown was murdered by a police officer well the justice department under president Obama investigated thoroughly Eric holder was the Attorney General supervising the investigation federal investigators found that the police officer who shot Michael brown Darren Wilson did not violate any law that he was defending himself that witness accounts Cordy Michael brown saying hands up don't shoot or a lot he did not say it federal investigators found Michael brown attacked officer Wilson and he defended himself also the justice department under Mr holder again a very liberal man found it was no racial motivation for the attack those are the findings of the Obama justice department yet warning Harris are calling it murder that is not due process that is not how our system works and if you remember both women convicted Brett Kavanaugh the Supreme Court justice when he was being accused of harassment and other terrible things in his hearings both women said he was guilty based on no evidence whatsoever nothing but the word of an accused subsequently the FBI investigated Mr Kavanaugh top to bottom found no evidence but senators Warren and Harris have never apologized so what we have here are two top politicians in this country do not hang due process denying the rule of law this is a dangerous situation if either of these women are elected president this country is in trouble and that is not a political statement that is a factual statement that's the message for more news and analysis please head on over to bill o'reilly dot com where you can actually see me the o'reilly update will return with something you might not know bill Reilly here if you are a seventy five or older and if you own a hundred thousand dollar life insurance policy or larger I want you to get a pen and write down this information many Americans are making the decision to convert their life insurance policy into cash giving them some extra money to pay off credit cards medical bills any number of things what the economy's been a struggle for many some people need cash is nothing wrong with that you can get that money if you're over.

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"harris tweed" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"harris tweed" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Freedom the patriot FM one a one point five AM fourteen hundred Hey Troy the Salem media group on the nasdaq as SA L. M. it turned out to be Riley update message of the day due process and the constitution as all Americans should well understand we are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law and that should extend to the court of public opinion as well but for presidential candidates and senators Elizabeth Warren and Kamala Harris it does not last week was the fifth anniversary of the police shooting in Ferguson Missouri Michael brown shot dead here's what Kamala Harris tweed on August nine quote Michael brown's murder forever change Ferguson in America his tragic death sparked a desperately needed conversation and a nationwide movement we must fight for stronger accountability and racial equity in our justice system unquote on the same day senator Elizabeth Warren said quote five years ago Michael brown was murdered by a white police officer in Ferguson Missouri Michael was on art yeah he was shot six times I stand with activists in organizer's who continue the fight for justice for Michael we must confront systemic racism and police violence head on on quote now two United States senators to presidential candidates basically saying Michael brown was murdered by a police officer well the justice department under president Obama investigated thoroughly Eric holder was the Attorney General supervising the investigation federal investigators found that the police officer who shot Michael brown Darren Wilson did not violate any law that he was defending himself that witness accounts Cordy Michael brown saying hands up don't shoot or a lie he did not say it federal investigators found Michael brown attacked officer Wilson and he defended himself also the justice department under Mr holder again a very liberal man found it was no racial motivation for the attack those are the findings of the Obama justice department yet warning Harris are calling it murder that is not due process that is not how our system works and if you remember both women convicted Brett Kavanaugh the Supreme Court justice when he was being accused of harassment and other terrible things in his hearings both women said he was guilty based on no evidence whatsoever nothing but the word of an accused subsequently the FBI investigated Mr Kavanaugh top to bottom found no evidence but senators Warren and Harris have never apologized so what we have here are two top politicians in this country do not hang due process do not hang the rule of law this is a dangerous situation if either of these women are elected president this country is in trouble and that is not a political statement that is a factual statement that's the message for more news and analysis please head on over to bill o'reilly dot com where you can actually see me the o'reilly update will return with something you might not know bill Reilly here if you are a seventy five or older and if you own a hundred thousand dollar life insurance policy or larger I want you to get a pen and write down this information many Americans are making the decision to convert their life insurance policy into cash giving them some extra money to pay off credit cards medical bills any number of things what the economy's been a struggle for many some people need cash is nothing wrong with that you can get that money if you're over seventy five and if you have a one hundred thousand dollar a.

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"harris tweed" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"harris tweed" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Harold hill of the music, man. But I also think of a play that is considered the American classic death of a salesman. Do you feel that you spent much of your career trying to rehabilitate the image of sales, and the people who sell Arthur, I don't really feel I've done that in terms of conscious way, obviously, a very positive and and passionate seller person, actually. And so I've always. Felt that that selling us is valuable and selling his really everything in life. So I suppose I have, you know, been my actions try to rehabilitate because so many people regard showing us something that's either too much or too little and so forth and so on so that's not the focus of my life. My life has been as you know. Well, no has been focusing it on customers on plans on making people feel great when they're working within our family business, or when they're shopping with us first step in your process is making the connection you tell the story about the man who only like blue suits, tell us that. This was really my first major sale when I started working with my mom and dad back in the late sixties to showman came in. And he was a very senior person with General Electric. I'm sure you even know him, I won't mention his name. But he he only wore blue suits. And my dad kept me off as he came. And he said you can you can help this wonderful gentleman a friend of ours. And I sold them very quickly. He wanted to I sold them a very quick pusued. Bent, basic navy blue suit, sold them a blue pinstripe suit. What are two parts of the blue uniform in corporate America, can though says and then as I was getting to know him, and I got a he began to respect me. And he. Realized that I was Mitchell to starting out. He said what else might use suggested? I said let me show you something that I have I had on a like a a a. The more, you know. Sweep suit on it. It was in Harris tweed suit sort of a Tweety looking at actually was at a more of an holiday all the blue. Anyway, I said why don't you just try it on? So he he's okay. I'll try thinking he would couldn't even do that. But he took his track it off. I put this other jacket on. And he said, you know this. This is really interesting. I. Sounds like you like it. And he turned to his wife who will. Of course, he was always needed to her approval. And she said, you know, I love it. And he said, you don't jacker. It reminds me when I was a, you know, a young kid had a UK in the UK just was while we were when I went to boarding school. And I said, well, then maybe you can work sometimes twenty one little informal, look good. Okay. Craig, I'll take it. And all of a sudden, I realized that was really fun. And I realized that I could make suggestions that what he wanted. I tried to it took a long time. But we have now. But I, but it was my first really important sale. None. Of course, I put on furnishing shirts ties and all the rest of us and so forth that matched the entire once. He got into buying mood. He even with me as a young he enjoyed it. And from then on it's cemented our relationship that lasted many many years after prejudge customers by Lucks. But you do write about tells. Teacher sales people look for what are the call to the tells can be nonverbal, obviously when you're when you're McQueen customers and connecting with customers, Hugh, you don't necessarily look what they're wearing. That's a that's a misnomer. But you you do look and see, you know, listening is most important watching and listening to you. You you get there tells her their names, we try to introduce ourselves on Jack Mitchell, you say I'm through eleven and so forth, and you begin to get their names as John or Jack. He'll you can you can see that. Are they wearing a of a wedding ring that Cardi see they're married? Maybe there's something that they could buy for their wife or their spouse. And you begin to listen about all those particular things. And then you listen, of course, you watch their nonverbal there do they crown today they smiled. I mean you and I always kid we know about our smiles when you're smiling. It's fine. All of a sudden, you're looking at your watch says to me that you're in a hurry. You have a golf date or something? And you have to hurry out of the store. So if there are things like that that you can pick up non verbally. And then of course, you can you when you start looking you start people started asking questions, and that's the most important part. You begin to listening is the most important skill. I believe in selling and you listen not only with your ears. You listen with your eyes. And those tells pop up all the time. We'll continue this conversation with Jack Mitchell, the chairman, but Mitchell's clothing stores one of the most successful small businesses in the nation in just a moment. This is a.

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"harris tweed" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"harris tweed" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Howard hill of the music, man. But I also think of a play that is considered the American classic death of a salesman. Do you feel that you spent much of your career trying to rehabilitate the image of sales and the people who sell order, I don't really feel. I've done that in terms of consciously, obviously, a very positive and and passionate seller person, actually. And so always. I felt that that's telling us is valuable and selling his really everything in life. So I suppose I have been my actions tried to rehabilitate because so many people regard showing us something that's either too much or too little and so forth and so on so. The focus on my life. My life has been out as you well know has been focusing on customers and making people feel great when they're working within our family business, or when they're shopping with us first step in your process is making the connection you tell the story about the man who only like blue suits. Tell us that this was really my first major sale when I started working with my mom and dad back in the late sixties show him came in. And he was very senior person with General Electric, unsure you even know him, and I won't mention his name. But he he he only wore blue suits. And my dad took me off as he came in. He said you can you can help this wonderful as a friend of ours. And I sold them very quickly. He wanted to suit. So I sold them a very quick pusued. Basic navy blue suit blue pinstripe suit, which are two parcels of blue uniform in corporate America. And then as I was getting to know him, and I got he began to respect me. And he realized that I was Mitchell to start out. He said what else might use suggest that? I said, you know, let me show you something that I have. Hey, hey. More. Sleepy suit on it. It was in Harris tweed suit, sorta Tweety looking suit had actually was more worried about all the blue. Anyway, I said why don't you try it on? So he he's all okay. I'll try thinking he would couldn't even do that. But he took his jacket off put this other jacket on. And he said, you know this. This is really interesting. I. Sounds like you like it. And he turned to his wife who will. Of course, he was always needed her approval. And she said, you know, I love it. And he said. Reminds me when I was a young kid. And this was what we were when I went to boarding school. And I said, well, then maybe you can work sometime Twenty-one a little informal look. Okay. Great. I'll take it. And all of a sudden, I realize it was really fun had. I realized that I could make suggestions that what he wanted. I tried to talk time but warmer than we have now. But I, but it was my first really important sale. None of course, I put on furnishings shirts ties and all the rest of us and so forth that matched the entire once. He got into buying mood. He even with me as a young he enjoyed it. And from then on it cemented, our relationship that lasted many many years after you don't prejudge customers by Lucks. But you do write about tells teach your sales people who look for. What are the details can be nonverbal, obviously. I mean when you're when you're McQueen customers and connecting with customers, you you don't necessarily look what they're wearing. That's a that's a misnomer. But you can see, you know, listening is most important watching and listening to you, you you get their details are their names, we try to introduce ourselves. Jack, Mitchell, you say more through eleven and so forth, and you begin to get their names as is John or Jack. You can see that. Are they wearing a of a wedding ring copied? They're married, and maybe there's something that they could buy for their wife or their spouse. And you begin to listen about all those particular things. And then you listen, of course, you watch their nonverbal there do they crown they smiled and mean you and I always kid we know about our smiles smiling. It's fine. All of a sudden, you're looking at your watch. It says to me that you're in a hurry. You have a cough date or something, and you have to hurry out of the store software things like that that you can pick up non verbally. And then of course, you when you start looking you start people started asking questions, and that's the most important part. You begin to listening is the most important skill. I believe and selling and you listen not only with your ears. You listen with your eyes. And those tells pop up all the time. We'll continue this conversation with Jack Mitchell, the chairman of Mitchell's clothing stores one of the most successful small businesses in the nation in just a moment. This is a closer look with Arthur Levitt,.

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"harris tweed" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"harris tweed" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"It's a little bit hazy for me, I was in school. And I remember him starting this business called monger design, and he was like really really stirred because he liked Bulte website because it was back in the early nineties, and he was like, yeah, we need a website. And this is what we're going to do. And I've got these these two looms, and I'm gonna make this thing called a working weaving museum and art house, and this is how I'm going to build this business. It was a real passion project him in the beginning. I think he just had the skills Renault. What to do with him? And he just started like he just he just loves class. He loves the design the field tach everything about it. He just is absolutely end up with. So it was for him. It was just like he's like crazy scientist, you just can't stop him from creating and the other thing about is whether the name Mungo designs come from a story behind is actually quite a well-known. It's a well-known takes all term and back in the day and the ticks. Moles? They would obviously we their premium class, and they were all these offcuts and what they'll do that. We've something called Mungo which was basically like unless a quality Maura cycled type cloth. So actually doesn't really have a huge amount to do with what we do today because we got actually doing recycled goods really high end quality goods, but he just loved the name and christened that from day one. So that's why we ended up with everyone Everyone knows. knows peaceful. We're talking about the looms and one of the things that fascinated me when I visited the the mill down pleasant bay, and here just a little sort of looming session myself down says that quite spectacular machines, very complicated nuts and bolts, it's quite an e skill and the best on you have several different types of looms as well. Could you explain the different types of looms of us? The oldest looms you've got the T Lancashire limbs that are in play it McVay at the mall bear and to shuttled hymns, and they we've with a tree salvage which is really beautiful element to any text to have his trees elevage. They would like the workhorses of manga right from the beginning. And then we've got the patches loom, which is in Capetown that's doing that one product the Cook's class. So the Lancashire looms actually they have a system on the top. So they can quite complicated designs, they kind of retrofitted, so basically like taking t car and putting a different engine. And so there's a lot of kind of chopping and changing that went on with those. In the beginning. So those two they just really beautiful specimens of machines were courses. Don't really give us any troubles. They slow but the techs come off emerges, absolutely beautiful. So that's that's the cheap. The limbs looming in Cape Town is is what we would normally would have been used for Harris tweed. But now, we we've got quite a basic. We've happening tee-times tool and that and that's good that's Cook's class, which doing it kitchen towel on. And then we've got to redeem 's which kind of what what came off to the Lancashire looms, and they have a specific system where it can replace its own shuttle and burns when we could even too long sleeves now when we could we one five routines. So it was also it's quite interesting to see kind of the just the progression of how the industry worked back in that in the day of how how technology what would take a lot of manpower would take this this until today, you can have an entire. Floor full of like ten looms one person would actually be able to use them that was Tessa holding from the textile brand Mungo design she's talking to monocle Karen Panaji, and you can hit the full interview on the.

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"harris tweed" Discussed on This Is Success

This Is Success

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"harris tweed" Discussed on This Is Success

"And it's it's like the firm that sets a young broker who gets in with the wrong, people, whatever it is. And you immediately need to find the antagonised. You've the villain is even more important than the hero because the villain defines the action. If it weren't for the villain. There would be no conflict as you start to populate this world with characters you start to create a plot. And you create usually create a finale, I which is almost invariably the hero, conquering the villain good conquered evil morality over immorality, those sorts of things I will write an enormous structure usually about one hundred pages long for this novel. And once all of that is done, you know, then just comes. I hate to think of it as a grind. But it is it's two or three years of getting up at four AM walk into the other end of the house where there's no no internet. No phone. No nothing sitting down at my desk. And starting to put words on the page. And you know, one every ten words is is works and stays, and you know, for everyone paid you read a novel. I through ten out. I get it wrong. Get it wrong it wrong. And finally get it right since you're your books have been successfully adapted into films that have been widely successful. How does that impact your writing process, and you know, your conception of plot? And every now and you're thinking, oh, this could be cinematic. I'm not really I wrote I wrote books a long time before Tom Hanks with Robert Landon, I'm been very very lucky to have Tom Hanks play rubber line. He's he doesn't amazing job is he who you envisioned. No. Was there? An accurate wasn't an actor. I just it is sort of a conglomerate of many different people. You know, I think individually cody's he's referred to as you know, Harrison Ford in Harris tweed sort of you know, he's he's he's professorial. But you know, but handsome, and you know, he's sort of he's sort of the guy you wish you could be if you're in the world of academia got to put a little of yourself in every hero. It's it's vicarious living through through much better version of you. Herself somebody who's more daring, and I've had funny moments. When I I had a woman wants say, you know, are you Robert Langdon, and I gave my usual answered like, no, you know, he's the guy wish I could be smarter. He's all this stuff. And he said, well, how can it be smarter? Because everything he says you had to think of and I had to point out that when Robert line and walked by painting and just glances over and gives a perfect thirty seconds soliloquy that took me three days to write and research. Trust me a lot smarter than I am. How do you measure success for yourself in the simplest of terms? Do I enjoy what I do when I get up every morning. Do I wake up excited to get to my desk, or whatever it is? I'm doing that day. If the answer's yes, I'm feel successful in one about once you've delivered a book a product. Then how do you just at this point? Do you even care if it success flow? Yes. You do you pretend you don't? But if you care a lot, of course, you know, I'm I'm very fortunate. I've got a lot of fans who've really enabled me to do what I love for live. I Mabel to afford to right. And so there is a feeling of obligation to make sure that what I write they enjoy. And if they do I makes me happy if they don't I I'm concerned about that. So I've been I've been fortunate so far that the books have been well received in in. Finally, what is one piece of advice? You would give someone that wants to have a career like yours to be patient to continually work just there is no substitute for hard work. And the the thing that people forget is when they get insecure, and when they get frustrated that they stopped working, and you have to work through those moments, and you just say, well this novel didn't work must try the next one. Let's try the next whatever business you're in to be patient and to not let your impatience interfere with your process. Well, we will patiently await your next project. Dan brown. Thank you so much for your time. That was business insiders grand Flanagan interviewing Dan Brown..

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"harris tweed" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"harris tweed" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"And it is a remarkable performance then the very next year by the way he does a film called judgment at nuremberg which is essentially really look in a take at the war crimes trials of the nazi criminals that killed so many millions of people and he plays a german judge who convicted himself and it's a remarkable performance spencer tracy plays the prosecutor who is of course our supreme court justice jackson who took off from the supreme court to lead the tribunal's in nuremberg it's a remarkable film and length sir again showing his raines is playing an old man this incredible big powerful body and here is shrivelled up and playing an old judge you knew he did wrong and just wanted to be hanged he wanted to die guilty or not and he had a defendant the defendant's lawyer max van sido trying to plead for his innocence burt lancaster wanted nothing to do with his character he wanted to die here's some very personal stuff about this very private actor used to wear the most inexpensive close by he where he had a pair khaki pants warm forever bumper khaki pants and one coat that was a curve a harris tweed to be called styles miler and there was is it thai stuffed into the top pocket of the jacket hit walk into 21 detect tie out tire route ground is that can make a nice thought any he'd walker newlook classier and more elegant than anybody in the room i remember was passing him when he was sitting in his dressing room news reading a book that i had read i started discussing whether i said he we much he said well i try to get to a book every day key number became apart of the hollywood inner circle i don't remember bird ever inviting studio executive or anybody else like that over to his house key hated premiers he hated really talking to the press when he was married for many years to norma the mother of his children they kept the very quietly live being in their home and dallaire who loved his children who was a good father he had five kids there's three girls two boys jimmy and billy season sheila in japan jimmy has.

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"harris tweed" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"harris tweed" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"In a take at the war crimes trials of the nazi criminals that killed so many millions of people and he plays a german judge who convicted himself and it's a remarkable performance spencer tracy plays the prosecutor who is of course our supreme court justice jackson who took off from the supreme court to lead the tribunal's enorm bird it's a remarkable film and length we asked her again showing his rainsy playing an old man this incredible big powerful body and here he is shrivelled up and playing an old judge who knew he did wrong and just wanted to be hanged he wanted to die guilty or not and he had a defendant a defendant's lawyer max van sido trying to plead for his innocence burt lancaster wanted nothing to do with that his character he wanted to die here are some very personal stuff about this very private actor used to wear the most inexpensive close lie he where he had a pair khaki pants warm forever one per khaki pants and one coat that was a cover harris tweed did he calls thousand mile or and there was always a thai stuffed into the top pocket of the jacket heat walk into 21 he take thai out tire round ground is that can make a nice not and he'd walk and he looked classier more elegant than anybody in the room i remember once passing him when he was sitting in his dressing room news reading a book that i had read and i stop discussing whether i said he read much he said well i china through a book every day he never became apart of the hollywood inner circle i don't remember bird ever inviting in the studio executive or anybody else like that over to his health he hated premiers he hated really talking to the press when he was married for many years to norma the mother of his children they kept the very quietly live living in their home and belair loved his children who was a good father he had five kids there's three girls and two boys jimmy and billy am season sheila in joanne jimmy is the oldest is married my cousin anne as a matter of fact his major passion was bridge almost every saturday night there was a major bridge game going on over the lancaster house burt which show in is big round cadillac in.

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"harris tweed" Discussed on Unorthodox

Unorthodox

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"harris tweed" Discussed on Unorthodox

"Two peace a suit that i bought a th the liquor shop down in soho or wherever it is i think it was four my brother dance wedding summer wedding seizinger knowing attack so it's blacktie writers i but with a little with its little with my little blue flu lord bowtie we'll look tux ichiro so the only reason i said this at the only reason it's pattaya plateau optional is 'cause black thais distinctly inconveniences men because for women there's a difference women you can wear schori for by take wear long apply you gotta wear the tux so dandy my it's like taking it back and mice to end his foot you i'm not wearing a tux had like i'm knocking at nine is just so excited hannity on the opening day optional is a travesty just commit or done testsite who you are as clear a few kind of person she's up in a midnight blue lived in split people just going to walk up to be can i have another sevenyear blah i mean were it uh cooler out i would where would i were to my wedding which was a traditional threepiece donegal harris tweed sued from that i'd oh that item old in jape hills it's like the 1200 dollar it's tweed that so heavy like they basically it's the shooting suit it's like you you hunt for grouse in the scottish highlands with an eye for years would look at it and j press and think who owns that and has like the extra pockets on it it's very downton abbey and i was like that going to own that me for my wedding i and i worry about learning so much with a little tweed cap that might lead grandpa walter used to wear down the aisle and the cabinet avocado was not a janaka but a little tweet i love that his fantasy life sort of gravity that jay press like at j bank stocks are range all right so you're big news is what your way to steffi's wedding your big news is.

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"harris tweed" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"harris tweed" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"That triggered the alarm bells for me i am i wrong in making this parallel between steve king president trump and and and white nationalism trump's team to embody and enshrine that belief that dove west should steel itself four clash of civilizations with other cultures other beliefs which pretty much spelled out you know the muslim world to this is not a speech he could have given a really any place else unnecessay white america america first kind of speech well as he talks on the left about white nationalist let's ask a white nationalist himself richard spencer and the late saint francis also get in on the battle to define western civilization quotation from sambo francis is from the mid nineties and he actually said this at a speech at an american renaissance conference he said the civilization that we as whites created in europe and america could not have developed apart from the genetic endowments of the creating people nor is there any reason to believe that the civilization can be successfully transmitted to eight different people whether you're on the left or the right many people seem to imagine that we could just find day you know a black african dress him up in ah a harris tweed vaster give him a pipe per some snuff and maybe a bowler cap and he'll become an englishman or or something like that or you know and and other way like nieto cons we describe western civilization in this totally abstract term where it's you know some vague ideas about individualism and and political institutions like democracy and so on steve king is not doing that.

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"harris tweed" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"harris tweed" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"With a toupee in those days it was going problems in sectors 3point onetwothree ample fuller for those of you listening have got the same occurs hurricane right now somehow you've engineered a second stop on the broach visits american cities in which he used to live cook two weeks ago chicago tonight dc added lived here in your beautiful city in other news in colombian kalorama between nine ninety in two thousand when it was asked to leave make him tell leader welsh million owls and the black cat dave i had little idea of god allowed towing nazmi in the become i mean you must have been beaten up a little two seventeen years later peace after the bloody british embassy to welcome the return of the two thousand seventeen eighteen premier league season and celebrating football beautiful football one of britain's greatest exports to the world i would never have believed him right up there in your mind with philip larkin poems you love those and the harris tweed industry you almost singlehandedly support that so let's live from the stunning surrounds of the british embassies palatial ballroom truly remarkable space the queen hosted presidents eisenhower ford and two bushes here churchill billy billy billy bush he is one of them he might have been here but that's not the ones we were talking about winston churchill roach once calculated that if all the champagne he had drunk in this room was poured onto the floor it would be three feet deep.

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