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The common theme with the biggest tech companies: walled gardens

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:44 min | 4 months ago

The common theme with the biggest tech companies: walled gardens

"The european union is proposing new regulations on big tech companies and how they use their data potentially to the detriment of competing companies. That of course is on the heels of the ftc in forty six states suing facebook and the ftc opening investigations into lots of other tech companies. And one thing that both you and the ftc say is that these big tech companies imposed conditions on third party developers that operate on their platforms. That are anti-competitive. Apple has been criticized over. its app. Store rules amazon over how it treats third party sellers. The eu regulations would determine some companies to be quote gatekeepers subject to different rules. Mark lemony is a law professor at stanford we view some actions that are fine when engaged in by an ordinary business. More problematic when they are engaged in by a monopoly. They can become a problem if the monopolist is making decisions of who to a allow access to and who not to allow access to in order to try to prevent anyone who might facilitate a competitive threat. Well then let's dig more into these conditions that these tech companies impose and their relative size because you know the other company that has been in the spotlight of course for imposing conditions that may be anti-competitive on third party. Developers is apple. So where does apple fall in the fine line spectrum right so i think traditionally apple hasn't had as much to worry about because it was harder to make the claim that apple is a monopolist but its share of sales of computers has never been particularly high and even cell phones its share has been growing in the united states but it's not a dominant player. There are other competitors with significant market share. That said i do think that one plausible potential argument is that while apple faces competitors in the phone ecosystem. Once you have an apple phone you are locked into it or once. You decided to develop an app for an apple phone. You were locked into it and so among apple phone users. The control they exercise through the app store does seem more like like a monopoly for a particular locked in group of apple users. There's been so much focused in the ftc case against facebook. On the the break-up part of it but you know we're talking about apple. Amazon has been the target of very similar complaints about control of its ecosystem and third party sellers and even you know video creators. I wonder if this third party app system aspect of this case isn't a little bit of a hidden headline. i think that's exactly right. I think this is the stealth part of the case. That's probably the most important. We'll see it in. Google will see it in amazon and we see the allegations in facebook and then it applies as well to apple and the idea of self referencing. The tech industry for most of its history has largely been an open and interoperable place. You could write any software you want to run on a pc. There's no gatekeeper. Who says hey. This software is allowed. The software is not allowed. Enclosed ecosystem nominally closed ecosystems like video games. Companies tried to break in and got sued for intellectual property infringement. But they won the court said. Hey you can write a video game to run on the sony platform. Whether or not he wants you to. There's no ability to lose offer lockdown what gets included in my platform. What's interesting to me about the mobile space in particular and the modern social media world is that we've seemed to have kind of drifted into a closed rather than an open ecosystem. So i think the big antitrust push that we might expect in part in these government cases is a push to try to open links to those platforms to say. I should be able to put an app on. Somebody's phone once they own that phone. Whether or not apple wants me to would you say it all depends on future lawsuits like if the ftc is successful lawsuit against facebook or the doj is successful in its case against google. Could that end up changing the whole third party apps hasim is that a direction for future regulation absolutely and so i think one question is you could imagine that happening through successfully antitrust suits so an example involving apple right. Now is the suit by epic games against apple over the fortnight game which is one of the most popular video games in the world. It's loaded through the app store. Fortnight has a bunch of in game purchases and they don't wanna pay thirty percent of all of the things on the fortnight ecosystem to apple in order to get access to people who used to play the game through an apple phone so you could imagine anti-trust cases whether it's the government case against facebook or a private case against apple establishing the principle that interoperability is required at least when the platform is a dominant player. But you could also imagine this being the basis of regulation You know that may be more likely in europe frankly than Than in the united states the united states has historically resisted the idea of regulation and since it seems likely. We're going to continue to have a divided congress. I'm not sure how much legislation is possible in this area. Although it is worth noting that both republicans and democrats albeit for different reasons have taken some aim at the tech industry. When it comes to anti-trust a big question seems to be you know. They're like four or five dominant players whereas monopoly used to be defined by one and we have said occasionally they all have very different business models and so it's hard to pin down like who's anti-competitive wear but it actually seems like maybe it's more straightforward when we then we think right like the is ecosystems. Yeah i think the. I think the real problem is walled gardens. Once you're in a platform network the platform has every incentive to sort of keep you there and the ability to do that while controlling how you experience it is something that we generally just didn't have in the era and i do think it is a fundamental shift in how people experience technology mark lumley professor at stanford where he teaches antitrust and internet law

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"hasim" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"hasim" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Baby. What's after being shocking? Mommy. Daddy. Too soon. Masan is a little, but it's earned twenty point eight million streams, and it's number forty three on the billboard one hundred. So I'm just tired thirty two because all the downloads from parents take care kids and they loved that song. Cute video. Alexa, play it. The next time. I have. You probably know the hasn't heard from Alexa in a while. Did you give her a vacation well kissing her in a running match of unplug her because she's listening, and he plugs her back, don't so. Okay. So that's what you guys do. Instead of with the heat. I barely use that she is making her wage. Okay. He's a lazy thing I do not take advantage. I just use it for music. And then I am Plugger. Casey talks loud. And sometimes, you know, you'll be going. Alexa comes up at all. You can see the light perk up. Oh my gosh. How do you feel about getting sex advice from Oprah? And Gayle king. Okay. I watched this. When she lost me Oper lost me when she said said men to get him going. She has to do is make them corn bread night to sell there. Really says it all so they have this gale trade to say that one time with her husband. She's divorced longtime ago, he wrapped herself in Saran wrap which just the visual of Gail. Saran wrap and he came home. And he's like what what are you doing it? That's an old joke. Punchline is what leftovers again leftovers. Yeah. No. I don't know why they would do something this. Well, so here's what's called the old g chronicles and they're six minute videos in their first video is about sex questions and the answer. Sexual that you don't think of as I'm sure they both have checks or whatever. But I don't think of them as the go-to and sexual ladies to ask a question of I go to Dr Ruth before he'd go to Oprah Gail. I would to doctor sue she needs some Somalians. We even heard from her for Canada. I know okay. Here's one of the questions, and I just had this conversation. And it it I want to hear your thing. So if you're in a relationship with someone, and they are looking on your phone for messages and look on your phone for your emails and stuff and always picking up your phone and looking at your junk, they don't trust you. Okay. I mean, their interest you, and you should probably dump window. You have test yourself. Why am I giving that reason not trust me? We're looking at my phone feels invasive what if you think you're hovering rate would Casey ever look ever. No, no. I know even know to work. I think it's so invasive. Yeah, it is. Yeah. It's okay. So all right. So we it's all right. 'cause Gayle king thinks she's all for giving your significant other your passwords. Gill Hasim fit in a relationship. No.

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Lakers: LeBron James was originally ‘pissed’ when he heard what Kevin Durant said about playing with him

Armstrong and Getty

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Lakers: LeBron James was originally ‘pissed’ when he heard what Kevin Durant said about playing with him

"Washington Los Angeles, Lakers basketball, star LeBron James now apologizing for a social media post that included what some called antisemitic song lyrics James says, he writes in his car listening to music when a song lyric touches me post them. He says that's what he does. But a recent post Hasim apologizing for what he does he posted lyrics from the song AS MR from rapper twenty one seven. Jewish money every missed it. We've been getting a Jewish money. Everything is kosher James caught some heat about the post Darren Revell who covers sports betting for the action network posted. Does posting lyrics absolves someone from the responsibility. Behind the words. I argue no James apologized saying he didn't mean to hurt anyone. He thought the lyrics

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"hasim" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"hasim" Discussed on This Week in Science

"Will take attitude in Fuzhou Hasim over actual skill ability or knowledge any day. Like that that that attitude and and in them. And interest in moving forward is way more useful in any scenario than simply having a physical trait. Gape abilities. Yeah. So so moving moving on. There was another group that about one hundred people that they tested for version of gene that influences how full we feel after we eat it's called F T O. And so these genes because they influence how full we feel can affect whether or not people are predisposed to a bee's city and some peop- and people were told at random that they had not based on the actual test results. They were told at random they had a version of f te'o that would make them hungrier than average or one that would make them feel full normally full sated after eating a meal, and the interesting thing about this is that. The ones that were told they had the gene that would make them feel hungrier didn't actually feel any different after eating. But the ones who were told they had the sated version that they wouldn't they felt less hungry on average after eating and they had higher levels of a hormone that indicates a feeling of fullness. And so it's not just a perception that's changing in this imagining. I've got this, gene. It is actually a physiological change occurring in some of these individuals. And the interesting thing is like you mentioned the effect that that that gene would have on your physiology. Justin is about three percent, right. If you actually did the exercise one hundred percent. The difference between you and somebody else's tiny amount. If you do this ex- extra amount at work all of them work and what they found in. This study is that the. The amount that was changed. Just by the mindset was greater than the amount that would have been due to change based on actual genetics. Oh, no. Seven percent advantage now because if you haven't done too. Put him no work, but mardi seven percent of the way there. That's pretty good. I'm liking this is like scientific backing for those like get rich quick business success coaches that you pay.

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"hasim" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"hasim" Discussed on KTRH

"To be a major factor in the downfall of the house majority. If the Republicans do lose, and that is this election has been all Trump all the time the last year and a half in Washington and really around the country has been, you know, Trump time he is the product and he relishes that. But the problem with that is that sixty percent of the country doesn't like the product and a lot of them happen to live in competitive house races. So whether it's talking about that tax cuts, the relative, stability abroad, or any other sort of positive indicators that is less important now than Trump. I Trump is the message for good or for bad not policy or substance, it's striking. If you talk to voters out there. It doesn't matter the race sitter later that conversation. So I I don't get these once again, it's not about substance. It never was about substance. Right people that voted for Trump was never about substance. This is where. Jonathan you people it wouldn't take long to find out who Trump voters. Are you don't have to sit there in disdain of them every day. You don't have to spend every day in controlling him in contempt for who. They are. It's not hard. They voted on issues. Trump happens to be he's not the product. Trump is not the product the issues existent. Trump came along. He's the only guy that hit home with people on these issues. Now people are invested in Trump. I mean, there's a lot of people that know full, well, they've got to save and protect protect Trump because there's nobody else out there. And it's gonna continue to fight on these issues. So sixty percent of the country hates Trump to the Rasmussen poll Hasim at fifty one percent approval. Where's the sixty percent of the country? Hate trump. Anyway, I've take a break here, folks. Would you be just be patients open line Friday at a lot yet? Rush.

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"hasim" Discussed on In Our Time

In Our Time

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"hasim" Discussed on In Our Time

"And you can't never these moments of. That's not fair until you need a vibrant political community that can change. To the global produce change without risk. So the other, the other two things you need to keep that political community in place is a community that is okay with promising because that's the way if he promised to do things, you make things less dangerous. You stabilize things. Sometimes you have to break process, but you have to have a kind of good trust promised community, and you need a culture of the Guinness because things go wrong. So a grownup political community will be one that says, yes, we can take this who can have this marketplace of ideas bother difficult moments of intra Bill tench violence, but in the end would need to be able to promise one another unforgivable, another receive minus. Here's incensing robot vegan that if you have a plurality of ideas, if people are contradicting each other, and there's just been said, I want that if the us got done now will necessarily a prevent the rise of Turner's into toll terrorism. She certainly thinks if you have civic engagement and bonds and articulating disagreement with with things that Lindsey was talking about, that is the sort of thing prevents totalitarianism. It's a strong civic culture and respect for others is is exactly what she she thinks will start to turn them and she, she's also whether the plurality arises just because people are different and she's very aware that people are different. And her critique of Plato is that Plato thinks the term is like the loan loss for contemplating by himself. But if that we should be thinking about ourselves together, all different philosophy should begin with the I, I think, therefore I am all the loan plaza, but with with the us with the we thinking and arguing and talking together and recognizing our our differences, I want to lose that which Plato, dude, we're on the path to losing all individuality that exactly right. We I'm coming quite quickly zipping from Tata Hasim human condition too. To the Eichmann trial in Jerusalem, which as you resigned and nine hundred sixty one sixty two when he was tried, it was one of the main managers of the of the holocaust and she had this prize which is which was wrong down the decades and I think we'll run down more decade the banality of evil. What's the context for that price. Well, as you say, occupant was a high level desk killer in the holocaust. He was taken seized by Israeli secret service nineteen sixty and tried in Jerusalem and and I rented been thinking a lot about question evil, right from nine hundred forty five. So it was the question of the futures custom, what is evil? And so she got the opportunity to see argument, the trials you say and she saw him in the in the behind glass box who's kept glass box on trial to five long articles. We've became our pain book and he spoke in cliches..

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"hasim" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"hasim" Discussed on 710 WOR

"A saving plan but also a spending plan see one of my? Themes is people let retirement anxieties get to them And, you, know, what if you've plan you can make half a million work for retirement you don't need. Two, million dollars you know I I met this one guy you know This week you so well? So much joy, and I don't know what he had I said. You know what are you doing. He goes, every, every summer I go to, a re I go to a basically a trick. You know, campground pay, five grand for the? Year and from made October. This guy's living it up You know a mile away from the. Beach and some of. You know, there are these campgrounds and on the, beach now Myrtle Beach, Hasim. Seattle city has closed near Cape May. County has, a bunch you know I'm sure there's stuff in Long Island, all over the place Delaware You don't need as much as you thought. To retire what you. Need is, the right mindset you need to write, down all of your, expenses And indeed you're right you're inflows and your outflows and then, you wanna to make sure what you have left is. Not hot to the government we had. A great call front from a caller who said Josh You know what's, up why are? You what are you care so? Much what I leave to my. Kids I don't care about what you leave your, kids but would you rather lead half of your IRA or a third of your IRA to ongoing, Sam Or to, your granddaughter or. Grandson or son or. Daughter I don't? Know about you but I'd rather? Leave my money to the people. I love and the causes I love them the,.

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"hasim" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"hasim" Discussed on KQED Radio

"He says if he answers it'll. Be a problem for him Few minutes. Later his, guards bundle him into a car and drive away A group of women crowd the sidewalk there were, desperate to talk to but his guards kept them away Nobody listens to us says an ass Abdul Salaam her husband was, a municipal employees he was arrested recently and, she doesn't know where he is I. Should've been and you see how unjust it is. All these people are houses are. Things I have five children suffering the old city is suffering Mr. Hussein shows me a photo of her. Husband winning a bodybuilding championship she says he was arrested. Nine months ago because his name was similar to someone on a. Wanted list for houses destroyed Edge of the. Crowd and other woman savannah Hasim saw her son has been arrested her. House was also destroyed and she has late stage cancer but she can't afford the tests needed to follow up on treatment You're more women whose husbands were killed or houses collapsed. There's a woman carrying a year and a half old girl, who can't sit up it's a microcosm of the old city's problems Nearby. We find Farah Sala going through the, rubble of his home to see. If there's anything he can salvage he's. An ex army officer and his. Family now lives in someone's, construction site he's found the fridge and washing machine but. The Motors have been looted I just came to take some things I want something. Much more valuable my daughter and my brother Is. Your daughter Asia was thirteen she and her uncle were literally torn apart when the house collapsed in an. Air strike while the battle was going on he says he called contacts in. The Iraqi army to tell them not, to fire on the houses that. There were civilians everywhere he didn't listen. And now he's doing what he. Can to.

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"hasim" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"hasim" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"McDonald's Hasim, but like a ram sandwich shop. This started happening in college. It was a sandwich shop that I loved, and I would go all the time and that had a tip line on the receipts in every time I picked up my sandwich. I would tip like two bucks even if I was eating, they're just because I didn't know what to do. You just scratch through the line. I didn't know how much money I was supposed to give just give one or two bucks to keep from being awkward and I would move along. But the problem with tipping takeout is I'm not sure who's going to get the tip who's going to get the money is going to go to the right person. The person who bagged up my food. I have no assurance at that person is actually going to receive this money. Does something good of the people who cooked. I don't know. There's no sign explaining the fucking policy. It's just confusing like in if that's not correct. Somebody needs to clarify on on a worldwide scale. The tipping thing the scales have been tipped for lack of a better. Surely there's a better analogy. I'm just don't wanna think of one it. Things have changed their tips available in all of these different sectors that they didn't use to be available. I love the hilarious. Curb your enthusiasm segment about him having to tip the waiter captain and he refuses and he also accidentally parks in that guy's spot and the guy blocks him in his his whole thing. You've seen it, Larry, David genius, but I just don't know in if I don't know, I'm really like more likely to just strike through that area. Then give a tip at all. I don't know who's getting the money then I don't know why I'm giving it like what. I just don't really get it. It's confusing tipping for takeout like you're already being paid to bag my shit up. In, I'm tipping you not even knowing if the quality, like if the work you did is good. What if I get home in their items missing or like shit's just flung all over the place? Or you forgot the put in a fork and it's like Larry tipped. Do I call back never mind to cancel that tip on that order? The person didn't even give me chopsticks. It's just confusing. I don't use chopsticks, so I wouldn't care. But. I don't know the answer here. Man like the internet doesn't even know. The answer is the fuck it is, but I think that you, I think that something is reasonable..

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"hasim" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"hasim" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Compete with a guy that's veteran that is taken a team to the playoffs right away i'm still i was still learning the playbook and i still i'm now trying to get as comfortable as tyrod is with and so right now my mentality is level the playing field on the mental side of things turn up to training camp and then from there getting more experience always you oh know by the way cleveland and this is not a cheap shot there's been a lot of dysfunction they drafted a lot of dude at a lot of gm's and a lot of coaches you came from gold star program that has been nothing but brilliance bob stoops same president same coach it is a gold star restaurant it is a five star four seasons now you move into a realistically dysfunctional organization now are you concerned at all about that i have no concerns about being dysfunctional because it's not i've watched the way elliott wolff and john dorsey interact with everybody our coaches in the hasim family there's it's not dysfunctional at all and until you step foot in that building you can have whatever opinion you want we know what we have in there and that's all the matters we're we're gonna stay true to that and we're going to go to work do you think it's possible you've made yourself a little bit of a target because you are cocky you are fun you are lively like cam you're very irreversibly emotional player often very stoic position andrew luck hasn't had a interesting quote since he walked into the league russell wilson's yawn tom brady never says anything you and cam you light a room up you talk you emotes how possible is it you'll become a huge target johnny manziel walk into this league and guys we're going after him are you concerned about that no i carry myself with the confidence that a lot of the other guys in the nfl do it's not about out you know how you get there actually it's not about the fact that they're there it's about how you get there that's why people have the chip on the shoulder that's why all those guys do it's just i'm more vocal about it but that's just how i've always been i'm confident in who i am and what i've done to get here a lot of those guys are those well but the person i am in locker room i i don't even have to defend myself there it's just i'm going to be a guy that's going to put them in front of myself always i've always been a team oriented guys all right so stay here don't go anywhere you're not you're not going anywhere right no where to go yeah i mean what are you gonna go i mean it's it's just la there's nothing here anyway i got to video on a show ya not in love with either you can defend yourself say what you want we're back in a second baker mayfield who by the way if you can focus in on that shirt is fantastic i will say this get that graphic out so we can see that for our audience yeah you won the interview with that i'll just drop the mic right there all right back in a second one baker hurt by the way it's called all the way up baker mayfield four episodes chronicling his rise from college football walk on two times to the number one pick in the draft premiers on fox sunday july twenty ninth he's been nice enough to stop by he's not ducking anything and he made a sweat shirt mocking me so i like that all right got to pieces of video i wanna football video and i saw this i'm mike baker your plan ohio state i watched every snap your gloriously town guy right and then i see this playwright here now watch this baker and you touchdown instead now i don't like this right now how come you're not what or you going what were you going over there are banned is over there student sections right there and then straight back to our sideline what about your team did you watch the rest of the game i watched the whole game you did so you saw me celebrates my team it's like the three touchdowns before that too i.

"hasim" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"hasim" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Compete with a guy that's veteran that is taken a team to the playoffs right away i'm still i was still learning the playbook and i still i'm now trying to get as comfortable as tyrod is with and so right now my mentality is level the playing field on the mental side of things turn up to training camp and then from there getting more experience always you oh know by the way cleveland and this is not a cheap shot there's been a lot of dysfunction they drafted a lot of dude at a lot of gm's and a lot of coaches you came from gold star program that has been nothing but brilliance bob stoops same president same coach it is a gold star restaurant it is a five star four seasons now you move into a realistically dysfunctional organization now are you concerned at all about that i have no concerns about being dysfunctional because it's not i've watched the way elliott wolff and john dorsey interact with everybody our coaches in the hasim family there's it's not dysfunctional at all and until you step foot in that building you can have whatever opinion you want we know what we have in there and that's all the matters we're we're gonna stay true to that and we're going to go to work do you think it's possible you've made yourself a little bit of a target because you are cocky you are fun you are lively like cam you're very irreversibly emotional player often very stoic position andrew luck hasn't had a interesting quote since he walked into the league russell wilson's yawn tom brady never says anything you and cam you light a room up you talk you emotes how possible is it you'll become a huge target johnny manziel walk into this league and guys we're going after him are you concerned about that no i carry myself with the confidence that a lot of the other guys in the nfl do it's not about out you know how you get there actually it's not about the fact that they're there it's about how you get there that's why people have the chip on the shoulder that's why all those guys do it's just i'm more vocal about it but that's just how i've always been i'm confident in who i am and what i've done to get here a lot of those guys are those well but the person i am in locker room i i don't even have to defend myself there it's just i'm going to be a guy that's going to put them in front of myself always i've always been a team oriented guys all right so stay here don't go anywhere you're not you're not going anywhere right no where to go yeah i mean what are you gonna go i mean it's it's just la there's nothing here anyway i got to video on a show ya not in love with either you can defend yourself say what you want we're back in a second baker mayfield who by the way if you can focus in on that shirt is fantastic i will say this get that graphic out so we can see that for our audience yeah you won the interview with that i'll just drop the mic right there all right back in a second one baker hurt by the way it's called all the way up baker mayfield four episodes chronicling his rise from college football walk on two times to the number one pick in the draft premiers on fox sunday july twenty ninth he's been nice enough to stop by he's not ducking anything and he made a sweat shirt mocking me so i like that all right got to pieces of video i wanna football video and i saw this i'm mike baker your plan ohio state i watched every snap your gloriously town guy right and then i see this playwright here now watch this baker and you touchdown instead now i don't like this right now how come you're not what or you going what were you going over there are banned is over there student sections right there and then straight back to our sideline what about your team did you watch the rest of the game i watched the whole game you did so you saw me celebrates my team it's like the three touchdowns before that too i.

"hasim" Discussed on 1A

1A

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"hasim" Discussed on 1A

"Back now to the friday news round up with npr's tom bowman susan glasser of political and nadia bill basie of all oughta be ah one more question on syria before we keep going hasim rights on twitter why do we let the hezbollah and iran fight in syria what happened to the hezbollah classification as a terrorist organization it seems like when it comes to syria thing goes it's a world war on syrian lands and the syrian people's lives nadia what about them absolutely i'm and they have no control who's gonna step iran and hezbollah and basically it was no one who saved the assad regime in two thousand and twelve otherwise he would have been finished by then it was the baton of cassia debt hezbollah fighters a very season fighters came to save him and the iranians ever since they have this shot militias the drum from afghanistan and pakistan in a swear and for them eight is is very strategic importance to be in syria and i think i remember wants to custom selemani ages have very famously they are owed their revolutionary guards said that they draw their lose part of iran that lose in syria so you can see the importance of syria to the iranians and hezbollah but i mean for an of on top of that you have the russians and this is another complication although recently as we just talked about this uh the mideast becoming on also almost on the brink of war with the israelis attack in this iranian drawn that crossed into the territory and the syrian air force shooting down for the first time in an israeli if sixteen that israel has retaliated against iranian command center in central syria and it basically the there was a secret channel between netanyahu the israeli prime minister and prison potent trying to figure out what you can do for the absence of the american leadership in in doing anything in meaningful in in in syria in particular so basically the the israelis and the russians were trying to.

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"hasim" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"hasim" Discussed on KOIL

"Friedrich von franck constrained at her boyfriend peter a stroke we unfortunately named peter stroke poor fella boy i'm telling you junior high school must have been a bear for that boy yes sir it is it's breathtaking the text messages that released by senator johnson a jan fox news has in the washington times hasim according to senator johnson's office they release them to a number of news organizations but a number of news organizations are not reporting on them at all because a number of news organizations are obsessed with some rehash of warmed over fake story about a parade which gives the democrats and i include the news media in this the opportunity to describe president trump as authoritarian and totalitarian on hitler like him tanks in the street and that's all right i'll wild back when the president was visiting france he liked the ah the parade they had in france they have great parades in france there the are they're triomphe fighter jets fly low over the champselysees elysee spread red white and blue smoke because that's the color of their flag to and those are the colors of their flag too and and they have people marching around and have a foreign legion with kept pays and and it's very fancy in trump said hey we don't have parades like that and it's true we don't make house then liberals call us hitler you know because they're antimilitary in the hate the military so president trump rightly observed hey we don't have parades like that in our country and this was ages ago now especially in the scheme of things ages ago and um and there's a warrior what are we have preyed like that maybe denno maybe more we have a veterans day parade in washington dc memorial day parade maybe new york city some mike that hundredth anniversary of world war one the victory in world war one coming up at the end.

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"hasim" Discussed on WJOL Will County 1340

WJOL Will County 1340

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"hasim" Discussed on WJOL Will County 1340

"Teams that you know you look okay browse right now they'd be one bears are not bears are giants would be to cults maybe three i i mean i could see all three teams saying if that's the way that fell quarterback quarterback quarterback yeah it could um and again you have uh josh frozen from ucla sam donald a new sc this josh alan from wyoming is i think on espn's would hasim as the third best quarterback prospect out there so yeah you could see quarterbacks go onetwothree because there is such a need in the league and the team will teams like the jets who need a quarterback um the broncos as well and yeah i nineteen that's right there the skins very well could be in that spot the cardinals i mean right those are teams are just out of the playoffs we didn't talk about you know miami's still maybe hanging around is a chance so okay let's go back to indian air blows if if you're indianapolis i imagine they know better than of course and we do of the injury report of their quarterback but man that that kid was he he was supposed to be the second coming here and i think he showed when he played that he with that he's very good but you don't know how he's gonna come back from the shoulder and soul if you're the colds and you have a chance to pick a rose in her donald if they if they are there the after there i think you have to take one of those sale man i i mean you can chips the move i mean how you can you can see what you can get for andrew if he comes back in camp and plays well but the do trade locked them if he asked one of you think yahoo these two guys are once in a generation quarterbacks which both are all being ray baz and there are available for you to pick i say you pick up if somehow that are available when the bears pick i'd say pickup well i think if it's that spot i think when you start seeing the niners the bears the box those teams would trade down fourteen this looking to get up but i mean as the coal sites they yet go for it because you sent this guy off.

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"hasim" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"hasim" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"Piece of evidence that was ruled inadmissible and so they through the absolving and they're like well that two years of of like legal paperwork down the drain this kazakhs were paul mirror though because right now is hall of fame uh voting season i think the ballots rory now so hey what are you doing man you want to get a voter not come back now you have to wait another five years actually and and here's what he said he goes if i can come back and prove i don't need any thing as an older player with an older body that people might think okay maybe he didn't do anything intentionally yeah so you see that intentionally yeah also that's just like hey guys i figured out a way to do steroids in pass a test so i it won't be weird run a comeback at fifty 53 and hit a few homerun you miss apart were said it he has an older body so he saying he's like he's got dad by breaking which is actually dad bodies a steroid in and of itself yet treat mustache all all the woman love the debt and uh our next up we have a trouble in paradise uh i don't even know if you can say trouble in paris because it's not paradise it's cleveland the browns have fired there gm uh jimmy has room so i don't know what of jimmy hasim is now ruining two teams at the same time which has got to be a record tennessee volunteers in the cleveland browns he owns both teams and and i don't think young tilakraj no it doesn't already mom does know is we get booster no he owns a college thank god that pilot flying jays still doing really well and they're not in any like big legal trouble yeah that's right through to get right a little quick sidetracked the fact that the new head coach for tennessee was on fucking two days in mtv show that we watched back in.

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"hasim" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"hasim" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"He will be missed and rest in peace david cassi so cell before the before i got into my david cassidy uh keith partridge story we're talking about all the sexual harassment that's going on with all these democrats and we're talking about charlie rose in particular and uh let's see where did i leave off so he just david brooks hasim is on the charlie rose shall telling about talent basically describing charlie rose about how people were your who how people start young in in idea and i mentioned that hey i wonder how charlie rose felt no and he's talking about him and speaking of david brooks he also told charlie rose something that shocking to hear from someone on the left could it be that people tolerated all this behaviour because there was a president of the united states who once got away with it listen and the uncomfortable thing for a lot of progressive frankly is how much did the clinton thing create this whole how much did tolerance of bill clinton create the environment in which the rest of us uh given permission how much do you think i think you've had a fact i think the fact that nobody like was approving of bill clinton and some of the things he was accused of doing by kathleen william of sorts of people but people were not saying now we're dry line here and if you don't you're on mines in these big cases then you don't joe lines in little cases in the workplace yes and that is a fact that will that stuff affected people really see window i wanna tell that story maybe i'll tell it now my son what my son ryan was dating at the time wynalda slowing ski stuff was going on and at the time girlfriend his his girlfriend had a a issue with her parents because her dad and her best friend had a little encounter when mom wasn't home and and i and i was talking to ryan about it and saying hey so this happen with such and such as dead and that he knows in in your girlfriend's best friend he think it's out there having sex and he goes allen have sex she just gave him oral all since winners oral sex not sex oh yeah that was right after the monica lewinsky thing when i did not have sex with.

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"hasim" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"hasim" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Welcome herman edwards into our studio to bring us wits wisdom an inside good morning harmon good morning man i am quite honored to be here today no that you guys uh this is the last week i gave last week yes it is out of what i would call the best obviously sports talk show uh in the last decade that i've been around here so it's been an honour for me to be here with you guys obviously this last week is it's sad it's not sad it it's is she has maturity i would say you know you gotta gotta of you guys little guys of you guys have done a lot i mean really e you don't know you sit on this portion and you talk about sports in a way that makes a lot of people come together for from from different walks of life in a listen to you guys and you guys had a lotta great guests on here towns i've been here in when i'm on my own california list in i get up early genome workout i've always get you guys on you guys are a part of the fabric of america of people listen sports radio new hasim fabulous job and i can't tell you enough how much of appreciate coming on you guys show we appreciate you being here because you or have become one of the must listen and getting before the show and as you sit here as i'm wearing a turnoff say to you we have i tell you what this is fine when those guys are back in the mix i can remember being a tampa and we had a bunch of those guys we at sap and those guys on our team has back what in two thousand two thousand eighty nine ninety ninety one when they were roland man it was a different way or older now that were you look at that and like wh and the talent that they turned out to the foul and i know i'm gancho dan dan laboratory went to the you they were talking about can it ever go back to that i don't think so this day and age never go back to what that was were how kind of is out of.

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"hasim" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"hasim" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Booth four after this on wtmj you're listening to wtmj conversations welcome back to the show greg matzek with you fucking to larry mccarron one of the voices of the green bay packers whose playing career ended in 1984 as a bit of a gap before he entered the world of broadcasting the what are they doing between your career and today in the mid '80s 84 holds a little gap there until you you'd sonnen as a sports anchored in the green bay market of illegals 1988 what did you do in between but what were the words like with my first now about a football was i worked as a manager i managed the department for belem hospital they had a uh a satellite location before hospitals have satellite locations it was an old school building on webster avenue in green bay and they changed into what they called the health connection and there was a fitness centre there is kind of a head of a stand where we had a fitness centre we had health promotion programs for weight loss now small being things like that we have physical therapy we had all those things in one location common outpatient hang up i think it saw was a forerunner or or similar timeframe to sports medicine clinics and so forth but it was hospital base and we had doctors offices there and they come over hasim office showers him uh so that was my first job in our ever i really like the was a it was a good way good transition on the football so when did the opportunity to hop into media resented so well not the i'm sure nobody wants to write a book about her but since us okay i'm doing that and i figured this management stuff it's as coach i mentioned earlier north have everybody to rules appreciate her roles given fired up and make worker a kind of a fun place the baby and uh an away goal in our in our parliament did fairly well but i realised says a visit major i was never going to be the hospital president or were really how far would i advance and so i thought well when i gotta do is get out and get my own business for ron and then we'll do this and will mix of money doing there and then you're on all one of doers it'll make eleven.

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"hasim" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"hasim" Discussed on KQED Radio

"On the radio you don't like hamas fair let's do a level masami melissa mean on manila had allowed him a little i hate hamas from the bottom of my heart that after the seas gazans are openly angry at hamas much more than the past and some of the punished for speaking out i posed a followup question to the farmer deal feather better no i'll allows us fateh is worse he says and that's the thing abassahs government in the west bank is not making any friends in gaza by reducing electricity and senior hamas leaders are not feeling the heat because they used generators says gaza political science professor samar abu saadeh even airconditioning king is on when these genetic does all on he says by cutting off money and electricity to gaza a is cutting himself off from gaza often use of the current politicans smith i believe the smith might become permanent and growth and to find the supervision with lynn was on gaza the stakes go beyond just gaza president trump wants to work with the bus on an israeli palestinian peace deal but it will be hard for a boss to claim he represents the palestinians with gaza out of his hands hamas spokesman hasim kassem says the group needs to be in the equation the libyan the hamill who has the joe's how holidays hamas on with hermis he said is a resistance movement and cannot be ignored daniel 'sarin npr news gaza the republican health care bill has been dealt a blow in the.

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