18 Burst results for "Hetman"

National Nonprofit Day with Hannah Hethmon

Podcast Gumbo

03:40 min | 8 months ago

National Nonprofit Day with Hannah Hethmon

"Hey Paul this is Hannah Hessman August. Seventeenth is national nonprofit day. My favorite kind of nonprofits are museums. Of course, all our favourite museums are locked down right now struggling to get through this virus like the rest of us. So I thought we'd celebrate them a little and I challenge you on that note to find a great podcast created by a museum. Go. Well Hannah under most other circumstances, this would have been a minor challenge. But as it turns out, we have a mutual friend that has a podcast about museums and that same friend was my eighth guest on this show. For my first recommendation, I'm going with museum archipelago. When the host Ian Elsner was my guest I mentioned an old episode about the Apollo Eleven landing site. But I'm not going to take the easy way out and I'm going to suggest to newer and very relevant topic statues. In this episode and talks about the relationship statues and museums, he goes into the tearing down toward causton statue and one of his guests talks about the slippery slope. So to celebrate this National Nonprofit Day learn about a nonprofit consider donating time or money to one that you believe in and let us know using the National Nonprofit Day Hashtag. Today's guest is Hannah Hetman. Hannah's the writer and producer of the Vagina Museum podcast. Yes. You heard that correctly. In New York there is a sex museum which I've been to. In Iceland, there is a Pinas Museum which I haven't been to. And now there is a Johnny Museum which opened in London in two thousand and nineteen. The podcast. Liked the museum is all about smashing shame and stigma around the vagina through awareness education and route puns. The first and recommended episode is entitled. See you next Tuesday as in the letter C. and the letter, you would you like me to wait for you to figure it out. As most people know there are many terms for the vagina, but there is one that stands out as the most offensive if you still haven't figured it out, it starts with the letter C and ends would Tuesday? This episode answers a lot of questions about that specific word. For last recommendation Hannah recommends if people saw that slavery was getting started why didn't they stop it by Q. and Abe? She says and I quote. This podcast is produced totally in house by President Lincoln's cottage in DC. They take questions from their guests. They can't answer at the moment and die super deep into them with the help of historians to address big ideas in American history loosely connected to Abraham. Lincoln. Of course, but it's so much more than a podcast about Lincoln Unquote. For. Today's episode hot sauce. I'm going to relay on link that Hannah gave me. If I got stuck trying to find an episode related to this day. Hanna is the owner of better lemon creative audio that produces podcast for museums, history organizations, and cultural nonprofits. So check out the director she created that anyone can add to. Come back on August, twenty fifth where I'll be talking about close a topic I have no business talking about.

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"hetman" Discussed on Household Name

Household Name

09:35 min | 1 year ago

"hetman" Discussed on Household Name

"If you're enjoying the story then you should really check out. Business Insider Prime Prime examines. What drives some of today's most talked about? Companies we work Goldman Sachs Airbnb it features stories about the people making headlines. Ray Dolly O. Sachin Adela Elon. Musk if you're like me and you love stories that give you that behind the scenes. Feel like you're there in the room where the decisions are being made. Well that's would be I. Prime is like you can get instant access to all these stories and more by joining today. Just go to read dot Pi Slash podcast and tried out for just one dollar for the first month or choose an annual membership and get a special discount on the price. Check it out at read dot by slash podcast. We're back if I go to a store today and buy a pack of EMINEM's and open it up I'm gonNA find six colors inside. Blue Yellow Green Orange Brown and Red Red. Red Is back. So how did this happen? How did the Red Eminem go from being a symbol of this red food coloring scare for so many of us back to business as usual? That is thanks in part to a guy named Paul Hetman Paul Hetman. He's scientist he worked at M. and M.'s. Paul was a college student at the University of Tennessee. And if you don't mind Charlie Paul and I are going to take the story from here. All right. Green eminem go so like many of us. Paul Hoffman opened a pack or two of EMINEM'S IN HIS YOUTH. But when he was growing up back in the seventies the inside of the bag looked very different. You had dark Brown Light Brown Orange Yellow Green. But I mean except for green. He had like a bunch of all colors. It's fifty shades of Beige right. It was just a bunch of little. You know dark chocolate chips. Basically wasn't very exciting. Not Very exciting. Sounds to me like sort of branding strategy in the wake of the red scare and if it was a branding strategy. It was working because Paul and his friends were not scared of Redman APPs. It was just kind of like a running joke in my little. Click and I think it was like a little bit anti-establishment or whatever you know talking about I you know we can't have read Eminem's anymore because all the rats died. I mean I didn't really know the details. It was just like yeah. Rats Ate Red Dye. They died when Paul and his friends graduated. High school all moved away from the little town where they grew up in northwest. Tennessee and Paul ended up alone at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. The first couple months of college felt slow and it got Paul Thinking Man. I'm just kind of a little bit lonely. A little bit bored. What am I GONNA do here? And for some reason I just got this wild ideal that you know. I'll do this for a fun thing for my friends Paul decided to create a mock advocacy group calling for the return of red and then in the style of other spam marketing mill. He'd seen he sent out an invitation to each of his friends typed up on custom letterhead so the letter started. Uh said you. I'm the Comma and then there was a line printed on the piece of paper have been invited to join the Society for the restoration and preservation of red eminem's and I hand wrote everybody all my friends names in there. You know so you Sarah. Wyman have been invited to join the Society for the restoration and preservation red initiatives and then the letter said and what the Hell is to society for the restoration preservation of red m. and M.'s. The society was supposed to be an elaborate joke and over the top parody of direct mail fundraising campaign but before long. It started to take on all the trappings of a real society including the costs. So nine hundred eighty two freshmen in college and I wasted a hundred dollars which was a fortune on having this letterhead stuff printed up and little business cards which was your membership card of course and stuff and just send it out to my friends just as a way to say hi let going to say. Did it ever occur to you that this was so much work for a joke? No not at all the best practical jokes things like this. They take effort. You can't you can't just do just on the spur of the moment you have to put effort into people appreciate it for just ninety nine cents. New Members of the Society for the restoration and preservation of EMINEM's could receive a branded membership card signed by Paul the President and chairman of the board as well as five sheets of official letterhead and five official envelopes. Pulse now white was just a friend at the time sent in her membership fee by individually taping ninety nine pennies to the back of Paul's mailer before returning it to him. Another friend thought the whole thing was so funny that he wrote up a column about it in the University of Tennessee student paper. And that's honestly that's where it's like. Yeah Okay it's it's over went about my business you know in the winter and the spring and then all of a sudden I get a call and it's a writer from Seventeen magazine. The reporter had gotten a copy of the story. Pulse Perenco via news clipping service. Paul Talk to her a couple of times pulled or his version of events and then he sort of forgot about the whole thing until a couple of months leader. Get ANOTHER CALL. And it's like hi. I'm so and so I'm with the Wall Street Journal. I've got a friend who writes for Seventeen magazine and she was telling me about this red eminem thing and I was like okay. Sure no clue. I mean I'm clueless like Wall Street. Journal. I've heard of that. What is that turns out a couple other people had also heard of the Wall Street Journal and after Paul Story ran lots of them wanted to know more about his society all of a sudden I was fodder for every radio morning drive show in the United States. Prospective members started sending letters to pulse pillbox from all over the English speaking World Australia New Zealand Britain most of Canada states across the US and those letters included all kinds of stuff. One of the letters. I got one day had this little decrepit looking Red Eminem in it. Somebody had held onto a red venom from the early seventies before the red scare and sent it to Paul as a token of their appreciation. It might have been a rhythm and him. It might have been something else. It was definitely the right shape. It was a bit faded and cracked and old and definitely wouldn't need it but another highlight Paul got a membership requests in the mail from the marketing director of Eminem Mars and he used a company check to pay for his membership. Of course. I was so broke as a college student. I cashed the check instead of keeping. It should've kept it. Yeah but those funds had to go to the cops like that's the thing. Paul hadn't really thought through the societies operating budget before he pulled the trigger and now he was getting hundreds of letters in the mail responding to each membership request. Cost him around two dollars so also and it was like. Hey this is like cost to me real money. There were times when it actually. I mean I'd get ten or twenty letters a day in the post office box. You know want to try to answer so you know between class load and work and stuff like that. It was a bit of a challenge at times. You became like a fulltime employees a fake charity. Yes and it was definitely a nonprofit jer but as the society started to really pick up steam the perks of Paul's President and Chairman of the board GIG leveled up to like at one point. Charles Kuralt the famous. Cbs News Anchor stopped by Pulse College apartment to interview him in the living room for his show on the road with Charles. Kuralt and Paul almost scored an invitation late night with David Letterman. Which would have been really cool if it had panned out. But unbeknownst to Paul the real payout was waiting just a couple of years down the road in nineteen eighty seven so at that point I had graduated and I was actually working as a commercial photographer here in Knoxville and I was at the studio and all the sudden you know I get a call. Somebody asking about EMINEM's ended so it'd been like a year year and a half since I've done something with it right so it wasn't anything as talk to that person hung up and you know an hour later somebody else called and like okay. Yeah I was. I'm him you know. Yes I did that Blah Blah Blah and finally then like a third person call and I'm talking to him and then finally like why are y'all calling me today and they go with a Heaven told you told me what they're bringing back Redmond M.'s and that's how I found out red EMINEM's back for the next generation return of red M. and M.'s delights knoxville campaign in the world is a little less drab for Paul Hetman? Paul S. Heiferman is feeling like a champion these days as well. He should how many among us can say that we've changed the world. Did you feel powerful in that movie? I wouldn't say powerful You know you change the course of history. Yeah I guess so. Yeah lighthearted history but yeah I guess.

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"hetman" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands

Walking the Shadowlands

09:06 min | 1 year ago

"hetman" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands

"Like that. Which tells me now? In retrospect that the entities actually attached to the home and not to the family. It is hard for me to explain. Exactly how flat and two-dimensional these entities looked. But the we'd sing to me. was that the limbs. I moved normally as humans word so that was my experience. The shadow people into the state. I've never if I had another Stories of shadowy beans have been found around for centuries in Spain over most coaches and often they are a focal favorite them mentioned in the Koran S. pitch-black sapient beans. Then I'm entirely spiritual officle mention of them also dates back to eerily six hundred BC ancient Egyptians believed in shadow people in court in the Colbert. They also believed shadow. People came and went on behalf of the spirit world and sometimes they had good intent. Sometimes malevolent the agent Romans believe that these people came from the underworld Greeks whichever people literal sheriff of themselves which they had given to the God Zeus as a gift. And all these coaches are had a common belief that they showed people were both part of the ruled food and the paranormal one in two thousand and won the undisputed King of late night paranoid talk shows the late great at bell on his show. Coast to coast. Am I brought the subject up one night when he mentioned that he had received some emails from people who'd been experiencing these entities diesel beings and he asked his listeners had seen similar and if so could they call an all perhaps fake stories of what is being looked like. Well you know the old saying be careful what you wish for was absolutely inundated with fine coors faxes and letters in response response in April that year he brought on a gift a native American elder by the name of fun to strikes to discuss the subject from a native American speak of during the show he asked people to send enjoins of their experiences. The response again was overwhelming and crashed his website jumping on outspent wag in October that year. Also Highly Hanis published a book who fist on the subject to shed a people. She made a feeble attempt in in my mind to claim that she and her researching the book had discovered this phenomenon and that she had come up with a tomb shadow people this despite the fact that art hid used on his shirt in the beginning of the year so that is hotly disputed by some Interviewed who on his show in two thousand and two and she became a regular guest after that. What cannot be disputed however is that she did coined the term Hetman for the shadow people who are seen in heads the Tomb Hetman has sort of stuck around since then but she goes a little food states that shadow people I connected with aliens and Hero News sprayed sprayed evil and absolutely all of them have negative intentions? So that is how should I mean came into our mainstream attention and became part of the subjects of many TV shows. Movies books and radio shows they have been integrated into most vow media since then also thanks to APO. Oh this is fix hitmen experience. I think also one of these when I was a little kid account. Remember much about it. I'm forty three now. I was embiid end. I think asleep dreaming fist but I remember a man was standing in front of me with a black coat and a hit with a bremmer rendered. And don't think he hit any face. Everything was just black but whatever it was terrified me. I woke up crying and win. I looked on the corner of my room. Even though it was doc I could see something Blake in the corner. I remember I yelled for my dad. And he came into rely on N.. Nothing was there. I never saw it again. Also anything offer until I hit some ANA radio show named coast to coast describe obscene. A man with a head on something about him was extremely scary even though I never forgot that dream who whatever it was from what I cur mean. But he wasn't on his told us. Man I was maybe about Success old the Many theories about show people and they come from. Let's go over them briefly. So one theory is that they are goes was spirits. birt's which are really the same thing just different names that they are stuck your new for some reason and Amelie a shadow of the foam self some few aliens particularly the Hetman and that the head is used to cover the shape of the head with a resume ellen. Golly appears to also his thing an alien connection Shen quote I discovered that many should have people experiences also. Et experiences especially abductees end quote. Golly told road psychology today in an interview. The GYM is said to be connected to the shadow people but These older same thing and just people experiencing experiencing them in different ways or are they separate entities. Another theory is that shadow. People are normal humans who have Ester traveled or projected in this league which everybody does but not everybody recall was it. We'll discuss extra travel and Aleida podcast. Some some say that shadow people are into mental beans from a parallel or another dimension. alwa- some pain who is simply traveling between dimensions. Gus Reform a former vintage dimensional beam but from a different realm. This is the theory that I'm not into favor. Some people see sheriff. People as Guardians have been sent to petite it all to warn us of impending danger or something bad about to happen then others see them from a more traditional perspective and budge dishes. I mean religious perspective and see them as Doc and evil beings who take the full of shadows and light to give the labels like demons this the suspect of could come from two areas one through religious indoctrination of whatever persuasion or this could possibly come from the feeling of feed read and panic some feel when encountering these beings of all the shadow beans the Hetman is seen in this letter category as being particularly we dock and evil some of the shadow people especially the Hetman has been described as giving off a feeling of relive lands and create an Edsel via and most who sees them. Although actually many people can feel fish simply because of the shop surprise and possibly confusion appears infused fused when viewing any paranormal or unexplained experience and not merely from the shadow pissing themselves the most common characteristics of shadow people sought in our feelings feelings of impending doom depression or intense fear. That seemed to radiate from the bean itself although the always some examples that contradict the rue. Do some say they in fact have had positive experiences with this is calm story when one he is about shadow people they simply jump to the conclusion from what I've heard that they are evil. They say not to welcome them but Levino I say they deserve a chance and they all ocean because evil because not all. I'm seventeen and have one in my living room. He eliminates my depression. or sadness of been told it could would be someone might did who sinned or has a message for me. I've been called crazy and veges but I don't need people to believe what I see and feel from. I shudder man I feel his energy and everything and nothing bad has happened to me. Merrick's experience whenever I I am bedridden from terrible. Migraines my son says there is a showman standing at the foot of my bed or by the window we have lived in many countries and he always comes uh-huh when my migraines are extremely bed or I am sick when my son was little the shadow man would make faces at him to make him love and would also tell come to become when he was being naughty now he just stands God of never seen him but my son who is now a teenager does he doesn't play with how many more but he does not have as if to say it will all be our K- we have tried things like asking him to leave but he just smiles shakes his head and waits nights until I'm feeling bitter before disappearing is relative worn angel. He certainly is looking out for missing. Theory kind.

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"hetman" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"hetman" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Would want wants to see him because it felt like he wanted to have it both ways of I'm a question this man's upbringing but then say anyone speaks whatever race it doesn't discount. You wouldn't wise relevant you know so I would like to see them. Ask that but other than that man I really enjoyed that conversation between two diametrically opposed people who you both made good points and both main points that I thought we that and I didn't feel and now I gotta call you know because I think that just having it so often often that any anything that and that's kind of what it feels like a black lady sketch show to question those women's blackness was so was way out of the pocket yeah and also I think and I will continue to say this a lot of people's responses and reactions that people never met this. I really do think is from white supremacy. Because why are you trying to keep people out of blackness like like you know what I'm saying. Don't make them no more no less black. If you black or to quote unquote consider you'll still black and you do some sheets and black sheet. We talk about economic scarcity all the time and how black people get on and say like a white situation. They try to make sure no other black people can get in sometimes sometimes not all the time but sometimes you see that with it can only be one black voice. Though I'm GonNa do whatever I can to make sure the next person on the way up. It does not get my help right. We see those people and we all think that's the right right but there's other people treat which is like a scarcity of blackness resource which is like if you're word out of blackness wikipedia auto blackness over here to ourselves like that's not how that works you know so anyway a Do you believe Maliki Elbow yes. I believe he's just saying no. He sounded like he was lying. No United States senator audience think he sounds like he was lying and unfortunately I think he's innocent. Joanna says Nigga did it. Honey says he stepped on time. Message originally was advocating for self-aggrandizement Osmond. He's a building a Lotta Hubris here which makes it impossible to root for him. Even as an investigation is ongoing nothing yet improving our charge yuck take the allegations insidiously and get the hell out of the way. Let's take place without you in shadow and the shadows you cast yes so weird man because he was on the breakfast club this week. I didn't watch it by heard about about it. actually. I listened to a podcast about Martha's play podcast. I the latest episode so if you listen to this Sunday on Saturday September number fourteen th episode of this the one they put out right before that and they marsha play is a black trans talk podcast ask right so they had a conversation about that breakfast club interview and is is this funny thing. I always say about the breakfast club. It's it's the lowest common denominator and a lot of times is kind of like they're blowing. Smoke up your ass. 'cause you're in studio and then the day after they're like and now to get back to make phone or trans people you know so they had this conversation is very transparent online again. You know the were. Let's talk about your genitals. Those are Washington. I care about her life. You know that type of Shit and leak yoga was one of the people on there and you know it was the conflicting thing because his voice is important right. Now you WanNa talk about Hetman who are trying to not be toxic towards Trans Women and Openly Trans Women and be out and proud and out cloudera shit that is a very there's a huge vacuum within the culture and it needs to be filled by people that are willing to be like yo no. This can't me a secret because the UH keeping it a secret is making shameful and then people are using that in order to like one of the reason you can get away with murdering a trans woman is because it's all hush hush shame shame type stuff right and you can always use trans panic defense 'cause it's shameful as simple as a you know it's always trying to like you know. D- toxins by that whole environment here's the problem now in having him there and I think the conversation took place before the accusation but having him there in not being able to like that he's not addressing that he's still the allegations nations to see that he's still planning on showing up in some places and discussing this as a leader in the community well well now. We are erasing the person that accused him if he doesn't get asked about that or he doesn't have to speak on that then. We already down you know. Oh and I don't want to spoken word. That doesn't sound like that didn't sound series to me. Serious to me is saying I did or did not do this. You know I'm not even even saying for one hundred percents that people can't forgive him if he did it. I I don't know the rules on that and that's not my place to decide whether he is forgiven but I do. You understand that if you don't take like you don't take it serious. I can't take what you say series and that's what bothered me about it. You know it's like it's don't want accuse me of I don't know sexual assault or or beating somebody up and then I got on the Air Star free styling it'll be like is he serious or not did like today if I was making jokes about it like I'm out here right people but I remember my Bra. It'll be like this he. I didn't hear no. No you know what I mean. That's how I felt when I saw all right. That was a nineteen fifty six the tippers we have four comments. Look Miss You Babe Joe. Oh those four teachers with the new story had me so many stories like this come out and why people claim ignorance every time they do. Maybe they are clueless on purpose because they don't need to know shake my head. class army letter says the story about the swimmer whose victory was stripped from her because of the fear pursuit should have been placed in the fucking black people saying because guess the race the mixed race yeah so when I saw her picture in her curly hair and I think her mom I almost said during that why people knew like she looked kind of black but I didn't WanNa say that and they didn't show the picture of you know her in a bathing suit or whatever but you know it was kind of obvious that she must have a big but and then you know because if you have a big butt and you are a seventeen year old black girl now you just a whole right. You don't get anything out you now now. She's a stripper. y'All okay. She Meghan this guy this value and the way the community Tano came down on her her body on something like she needs to not be able to compete. We and let's keep burnt her dominance in the Atlanta for the past few years. They've been out to forever. It all gave me that that was going off but I said Nah. I'm not going. I'm just keep it in the white. People knew saving cause Alaska and I don't know I don't want to just assume somebody's black back but let's just say I was not surprised when we got the update also her mom and her people didn't say it was a race thing which I knew I would've said I would've had to add that in so a little black girl. Can't you know I would have did it but I think her. Mom might have been the white one so maybe baby. I can't remember what the white one but I think you know. It depends on which pair was talking because they probably didn't cross. Damar evidently does not the first time the swimmer over her younger sister. The only two members of their respective team without two Caucasian biological parents have been targeted advertising more detail link to the story. Luckily decision has been reversed. I saw that yeah man for her but good luck to our the little black girls swim among I right out of the complex as relationship did black people got swimming right all the Shit we've been dealing with you can't get in our pool niggers and now chlorine in the pool and shit now too fast and now are so too big. That's the problem my you can see but sheikh he touching but seek oh.

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"hetman" Discussed on Teen Creeps

Teen Creeps

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"hetman" Discussed on Teen Creeps

"Just for SIS, just for straight SIS men, because there, I know that they're the ones fucking up our bathrooms now now that it's been engendered. Seats straight SIS men turning to be nice women's restrooms into garbage. So I want one restroom for the straight says, man, I dunno. I want one restroom for the rest of us. There's some like dirty even from before control those women. They're able that are just real nasty. I'm just saying if you'd weed out the worst, you'd weed out the worst of them. I'm happy to share a bathroom. Yeah. With my with trans brothers and sisters, and my neutral, gender brothers and sisters non binary brothers and sisters and not gendered sibling turn. Yeah. Siblings. There we go. I found siblings, but get those grossed dudes out of my bathroom this Hetman. There's okay there's a way that some people treat public restrooms that is it is humor. I have slightly to be able to reliably. And obviously, this is a small price to pay. I'm just doing my complaining. I used to have a reliable gas station bathroom that I would stop out on the way from LA to San Diego. It's like a nice midway point, and ever since those bathrooms gut on gendered. It's been a real nightmare. I now I can't stop there anymore. The last time I went there was actual shit. Smeared on the floor. Yeah, the smell was atrocious. It was horrible. And that bathroom used to be reliably clean. I believe that I will say in my experience. There is something about that. And this is historically even before bathrooms became gender neutral about a women's target restroom. That is target because usually green children. Targets are usually clean. The bathrooms are like a whole other situation. The line's always forever and it smells like shit in there. Yeah. All the kids that moms are taken a target. And there are also like there are people who go to the bathroom, and are like I don't need to flush. It's fine that I have had I unknown just I just leave his bloody tampon flooding in here. Oh, God, also look, no period, shaming here. Right. Have you ever gone into a bathroom? And you're like someone is on like day, the Ray of their flow right now and it is bad like they are not that hygenic to begin with. Oh, it's like like I am doing a face plant into a fuck and maxi pads. So grow. What like and the thing is you're not supposed to flush those. Right. So people put those in the little trash cans, dragons, don't get cleaned out. Sometimes they don't even have bags. No, they're just lose. I do not know what to do when that happens me, I'm like, there's no bag. They're like I still have to put it in. I'm so sorry janitorial staff but I..

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"hetman" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"hetman" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"It's not even one hundred one hundred grand, if this motherfucker is bashing out passenger windows, trying to look for loose change. You think he's got ninety five grand a put up and I know what you're only putting up what ten percent of that. And your mom's the one that does it and just his guys mom's not putting them nine thousand five hundred dollars. You don't put that up on the club dude. What a piece of shit, this guy is. Wow. Crazy. But dude shouts shouts outs. I was really surprised. I've had my car stolen before. I know you have to where it's just sort of, like, yeah. I mean, we'll, we'll get we'll try and at least get your car back, but we're I sure not chasing down, who who fucking did this sergeant Hetman? Jer this is name. I'm gonna make him drink it bro the week so injuring podcasts. This. This dude man was on it. Did he was text me at nights to as detective guy? Yeah. Okay. And he dude sergeant so. Yeah, I don't know. I don't know what I don't know. That did the prince okay. Sergeant hat injure, and dude boss doubt, even hit me up at like nine o'clock that night, which is like, hey, man. Yes. Nine twelve. So this happened in the morning, right? Yeah. Nine twelve I get a text from him. So you said what six thirty they woke you up nine twelve I got a text from him may arrest in your case. Boom nine twelve. Twelve hours later, dude homeboys making arrests saying it's amazing for the night before, here's my question. That's boss status shit there from sergeant. Somebody asked me this, too. I was like, so why didn't the alarm go off would alone in our car? I'm surprised by that, too. Is it when you smash windows, they must know something we don't because he's going down the line if one alarm goes off. He's done. It's like there must be something to breaking the window or how he did it or something, I don't know. Yeah. One would think your car loan or go off. Right. Right. If your window four like it's a brand new Tahoe for crisis and every car has. Certain eight yet. Year. And there's one there was one underneath right underneath us up broken into two that had to have had an alarm to know. But dude boss at nine twelve on a Saturday night. He sends me in Texas. Hey, and I, I don't know him and there seventeen other cars man, the fact that he did that mazing dude. Amazing again crime. Don't pay do vicodin, DO summer Swayze, like just fucking learn. But homeboy is a surfer. And again, look text you that photo. Yeah. So put that up on the show, Sean Lee club. Just put up the whole rap, she it was like ninety charges on their audience. Can see it in the video show. Detective. Singer. Good looking dude, here's the weird thing. So they roll up in a beach town. Carolina beach, a girl and three dudes all of them were attractive Guinot. And I was like, whoa, what the fuck like there's a younger guy to that? I was like that was the nude. I was talking to. Yeah. Sergeant hanjour. And I was like, dude, you can't be hot and solving crimes this fast like and the girls to know the whole team, and then not do a block later because they were were going to all the neighbors, right? Because this happened like seventy cars a block later, there was another jacked police officer and I was like, yo dude. What is in the water here felt like it was like Baywatch, but not lifeguards. Sure, sure. Hot police force. Yeah, I don't know. I don't know if there's been a hot police force thing. But whatever. Sure. Sure. As their as their japes. I don't know. I don't either NYPD blue Carolina beach PD though, brother..

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"hetman" Discussed on Stance

Stance

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"hetman" Discussed on Stance

"And there's a sense of it can happen. Just before you understand that you just go back from sedan. Can you tell us a bit about the ongoing unrest? And specifically how it's affecting women. Sure. So it's in its second month now a string of protests in Sudan against the government, which has a thirty year dictatorship. And it's been a military dictatorship with Islamist tendencies kind of equivalent of the Muslim Brotherhood in Sudan that brought the army to power so Sudanese women historic. Have been very involved in public life. And so when this regime came with it's kind of really very rigid interpretations of like Islam, plus military that was a mix for failure and oppression for women. That's why this revolution right now. And I believe it's a revolution. This these protests that are happening are not just against a bad economy. A corrupt government bread lines and fuel lines. It's about the whole philosophy of this past thirty years. And so women now are back in the forefront. A lot of them are leading these protests. If you see social media, pictures and the photography and the videos that are coming out. It is university women. It is women professionals. They are out in the street, and kind of reclaiming that voice that a lot of people felt had been kind of silenced or squashed in this in the. These thirty years. So it's an exciting time in Sudan that was Hanukkah took into Hetman. San francisco. You can hear more from her would winning daily show cross-currents on K A L W now as well as the stoop put coast we wanted to bring some of these thoughts to live. So we hosted a discussion between three women of Arabic heritage to get the vs, Pakistani. British journalist Mahama custom moderated this conversation with Cherie and Celli in ref and Rohan Osmond. So this is a really exciting time right now because we're seeing a lot of Muslim women taking the place of the table this conversation, we're having with stance is with British Muslim women with Arab heritage. And we're going to get the imply we being joined by Innis Refai who is a journalist row on a small who is a pharmacist and shooting chill. He who is an actress and head of shout about productions Anna writer, so I'll ask Aspel start a conversation with you being a Muslim woman angering up in a Muslim Weyermann. How's it? Shaped who you are. So by dad is actually Jordanian my mom is English. So there's kind of admixture anyway that was going on in my household. So I had a mixture of culture and religion. Despite the fact that my converted to Islam pretty early on in her relationship. Is kind of maybe with retrospect now that I'm older having children myself. I can look back realize how small cultural changes that were happening at the time of my family life has impacted about myself like further down the line gave me a connection to the people that were shed my culture, just Jordanians because there's very few Jordanians Permadi about visits in general, and especially the Arab community when I was about ten years old we decided to move to the Middle East..

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"hetman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"hetman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"The comeback, right? He's a pleasure is all you're right. All right. Let's start with you big news today for those just joining us Victor Hedman, ruby Victor. I know Victor Hedman will be in the lineup tonight. The team what five and two with him being gone. It's obviously a welcome addition. But how about the lightning the way they overcome his injury and play some pretty good hockey? Just a testament to the depth. They have you know, again, we we wondered coming into the season. If they did lose a defenseman for awhile. How would they handle it who would take those minutes who would take the role you cannot replace a Victor Hedman if he goes out, but you can somebody has to replace those minutes played grime mcdonagh has stepped up his game to a much different level than we've seen here. I think he played at that level in New York and Jake and attest to that. But I think that you know, he he's an all star level right now. I think Anton traumatised played very very welding Slater Kuku stepped in. And did a really good job, you know, playing fifteen minutes night. But I think he came in and and showed the coaching staff and everybody else that, hey, if you need me, I'm here, I'm making a state down ready to play. You know, it's it's it's a very very good sign that they can go out and defend as well as they did have the defense play as well as they did jump on the plane everything else that they expect out of the defense with Victor Hedman absent Ryan mcdonagh. What is it twelve points through sixteen games? I mean think when he was acquired a lot of people hopes, that's the way he would play the way he's playing right now it's coming to fruition. And it's a pretty deadly one to think about Hetman and McDonough you could throw out there, basically, ever other shift..

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"hetman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"hetman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I don't know if that we have EMC the pot. We have just announced that we will sell it to suck. Jen. And that we have seen a somewhat slow business. Also in twenty eight thousand along with the market. So in total, I think if we focus on the core business that is well, we have better volumes more customers and should form a solid basis for a good performance in two thousand nine hundred you mentioned the EMC sale that's an area that where the business hasn't been perhaps as good. How do you think once that sales completed that will positively impact earnings the key the key strategic view here is that we have is that the business is profitable. I think it's a fine business this very disconnected to our call businesses. And we have rather decided that we want to move that equity. That's been bound that. And also the possible further investment needs to to regulatory and other stuff is something that we'd rather invest now to call segments. That's why we took the decision to sell it to. Association. The business will move successively over in two thousand nine hundred and our task will be to decommission the cost base and now with pressure on margins. What are you doing on the Kossi to keep down costs? We have seen seventeen and eighteen with two years of substantial heavy investments, especially in digitalization, which is the prerequisite especially to run down our cost both in S T E as well as an operational costs. We have been achieving allot. And as I said, that's the prerequisite. But the program is somewhat back end loaded in one thousand nine hundred thousand but we will and we have free iterative. We stick to a custom vision of six and a half billion by twenty twenty speaking about targets he said in the analysts call they expect to be slightly below your twenty twenty revenue target, can you give some flavor on where you think you're going to land. The original ambition is from twenty sixteen and was nine point eight billion. Now, if we look around what has happened since then, and where we are today what we can see is assistance low interest rate environment. We have the discussions around Europe, Italy budget Brexit, as well as the module of political situation, a somewhat increasing level of trade conflicts. We have seen some of the guidances around corporates in in Europe going backwards a bit and that background. We have the feeling or we have the clear impression that we will not be able to achieve nine point eight would rather slightly. Below that. But still above the current consensus number which is sitting nine point to one of the big discussions here. In Germany, one of the things that is putting pressure on the industry is that there's just simply so many banks in this country. What is your view on consolidation in what role? Do you think? Commerzbank will play in that first priority is four point zero. Secondly, a is something which you actively watch and. Catholic value and Thirdly as I've said previously, it is pretty clear that not only Germany, but also Europe in total is over banked. And in that sense constantly Dacian makes sense. And I think something that will and has to happen. The question is when because all we have just discussed has been true for the last five or ten years as well and not too much happened. So it seems the right of unity the window of opportunity hasn't really a sofa. Do you think it's more likely we're going to see sort of small transactions? You have been involved yourself than some small sales are smaller purchases as opposed to something big in transformative. Although there has been discussion about that in in Germany as well. I think the the the one thing that will probably divide is will it be a national consolidation will be transnational consolidation. I think the regulatory tax and other burdens for cross-border even higher than from national consolidation. So my uneducated guess from right now is if one of the two that is probably the easiest one. But again, it it needs to admit we need to wait until. Something really attentive Hetman so far not much. One of the banks that everyone is talking about. Of course is Nord Albay because they are looking for investors. Is this interesting all Tacoma's funk? I don't really want to speculate and common in any market speculation on the topic that Stephen angles Commerce Bank CFO coming up. How Ford's future.

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"hetman" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"hetman" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"North greenbush, then Slinger Lund's. And now colony colony police Lieutenant Bob win tells news channel thirteen there have been three attempts in recent days by two people to distract people and then burglarize their homes the con- by the by the suspects was in regards to being from the power company that the power was going to be off in that neighborhood. And they either needed to get access to the house. To show them how to hook up a generator or to look at their their fusebox. So that they could see if there's going to be a problem. The thieves gain access to the home, and then steal money or other items in colony all three victims described the same type of vehicle white SUV with out of state license plates to the attempts weren't colony in one was in Leith them. Police say a man fatally shot two people and wounded five others at a Tallahassee yoga studio in Florida before killing himself Friday night police chief Michael deleo says people at the studio apparently tried to take action. There are indications that several people inside fought back and tried to not only save themselves with other people which is a testament to the courage of the people who don't just turn Iran, the strength of our community and the spirit of those people trying to help and save and protect others the shooter and the victims have not yet been identified. The Trump administration will begin rolling back child. Labor rule for thousands of. Teenagers working in nursing, homes, and hospitals. The regulation prohibits sixteen and seventeen year olds from operating power driven patient lifts by themselves. The administration said the regulation is hurting job opportunities for young people and causing more labor shortages opponents say their evidence is quote flimsy as the regulation protects against injury related to lift operation. The change could add more than twenty three thousand young workers to the healthcare industry. According to the US Labor Department, a local college is hosting a series on the concept of free speech. Skidmore speaks conversations about the first amendment and the meaning of free speech will feature speakers from a variety of backgrounds to talk about free speech on campuses and how to ensure colleges present a variety of you points. The dean of students says free speech is at the heart of skidmores mission and that people grow when they're exposed to a diverse range of perspectives evening. Sessions are open to the public. Diane Denaro, NewsRadio eight ten and one. Three one W G Y less than a week after a bomb threat briefly forced the evacuation of news channel thirteen studios in Manassas. A fifty four year old woman has been arrested for leaving a voicemail saying she was going to blow up. Albany county's department of social services. Joanna Hetman has been charged with one count of making a terroristic threat and is behind bars it all, but he county jail. Macy's is announcing some of the musical talent. For this year's Thanksgiving Day parade..

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"hetman" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"hetman" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Especially, like small business, family business you know I, mean something like. That happens or you, know even, you know it it affects the ripple effect like you said, so it's kind. Of, you know we, feel it as a small business community. As you know all that stuff, so but the, words I, didn't know you're gonna do that Like all day. You know you've been, hearing it, and I mean everybody on the radio is kind of just, you know it's. Like, you can't ignore, it you know almost want compartmentalize it You know you wanna turn, the TV off and, just kind, of you know just. Have some quiet and say okay we know all about is, done there's, going to be more coming out. In the, future and, everything but It's going, to go away in this focus, was, the start of and that's one. Of the things I'm going to talk about tonight is in our, business Or, are we an Ebeling terrorism in our. Businesses and you know there's some things that come out that have, come out just today about this guy and I'm I'm gonna try to pronounce his name But there's a. Lot there I don't care what you do when things, like this, happen or or things in your life at Hetman. You, start, digging. Things, up you start, looking in the in the in the. Closet skeletons in this guy in the family had love skeletons and there's there's? Been some things that have come up so oh yeah yeah well and you know there's a lot, to talk, about tonight there's a lot going on Like I think he. Hit I think you hit the nail on. Head you, know we're about mama. Pops who about small businesses in the thing, is is that when that affects like it affected us Almost four years. Ago it affected entire business and mom and, pops that you can't you can't walk away from You you can't shut down you know. You want to but there's some things you can't shut down when you have businesses up. And, going and everything and I think that, some of the things we want to touch on, talk about, tonight well I think. It means, something to like, I think back on time and that kind of you know you don't. Feel that, I mean, you kind of I remember just staring at the computer and it's like. Nothing else mattered I mean I'm like I'm treading water here and I don't know how to function basically. Disoriented and but what the cool thing was is that I remember people, stepping up employees and people around friends I mean they were doing anything. They could to help because I mean your business depends upon. Like we talk every week It's all, business owner you may be it you know so We had, employees that. Could Pick up the torch and run, with it as I say and there's a lot. Of mom and pops it, you know there it right and a lotta times I do shut their doors for for, short term periods of time and and, there's nothing that you. Know you've got to prioritize you've got to take care. Of things you'd need care And That being, said I would like to talk about this about being Are we like I said a we enabling terrorism our businesses and are you prepared as a small? Business owner to take proper the proper, steps for situations, like this and the? Situation I'm talking about is is you? Know what does this happen what? If you, own the pulse club, have you thought these things feeling you, know I hate to say this is the. World we live in but you really need to prepare for this you need to think about. You at least need to, have a game plan you they have you know Or any other tragedy in your life as. A small business owner are you prepared and you know we we you know. We we save, money we You all these different things to protect, yourselves we have insurance and everything else but are you prepared to for something like this to? Happen that affects you as a family and a business which is together when you're a small family business or or do you have a backup, plan do you? Have something that, will, prepare, you and, one, thing you need. That Just. Some of the, things, that this highlights will go over real quick. As is the gunman is name, was Omar and security guard there was an ex police officer who works acuity guard with him and what he, did was this guy's name was Daniel Gilroy and he had noticed that the guy said the? Guy was always in a rage he was always upset I saw that yeah He. Actually I mean he's you know he was very radicalized whenever, he saw a black people here you know he would call the. Inward I mean just you know but but hey fully is, what this new work then the also about, lesbians or gays or anything in Jewish. People so he just. It's almost kind, of You know. A lot of people don't realize it Muslim with it You look on YouTube and they hate the. Gay so, much they, literally you know they say that, if you're gay, you should be you should be. Put it in they literally have YouTube videos that you can see where they have thrown young gay man. Off roof building so that's that's how. Radical out there, so they, said you know this guy was I was and also his dad was. Like a prominent, guy who, has talked about You, know. Some stuff that is very questionable well the FBI look at it on twice so, but the thing was he never got fired from his. Business from. From the business the security. Company because he was Muslim in that's wrong it's wrong I can't say this enough it's wrong if you own a small business. And you see this and you, don't, like, what you see you far. That person I don't care if they're black. Yellow red white green are in in-between it doesn't, make you didn't mean around there but I mean? It's your right as an owner but do you know your rights as an owner these are some questions we all have got, to ask ourselves and try to. Figure out as we own small businesses, and everything, and you've got to be. Prepared you've got to be prepared for this but they you know this Daniel Gilroy he said.

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"hetman" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"hetman" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"You. Know I mean, something like, that happens or you know even You know it it affects the ripple effect like. You said so it's kind of, you. Know. We, feel it, as a small business community as, you know just friends and all, that stuff, so good words I didn't know you're, gonna do, that Things like all. Day you know you've, been hearing, it and I mean everybody on the radio is kind of, just you know it's like you. Can't ignore it. You know almost want to compartmentalize it You want to, turn the TV off and, just kind, of you know just. Have some quiet time and you know we know all about, it's done, there's going to be more coming. Out in, the future and everything but It's not, going to go away in this focus was, the start of and that's one. Of the things I'm going to talk about tonight is in our, business Or are we in Ebeling terrorism. In our businesses and you know there's some things that come out that, have come out just today about this guy and I'm gonna try to pronounce his name But there's a lot there Don't care what you do when things like this happen or or things. In your life at Hetman. You start digging things up you start looking in the. In the in the closet skeletons in this guy in, his family, had long skeletons and there's there's been some things. That, have, come. Up, so oh yeah yeah well and You know there's a lot to talk about tonight. There's, a, lot. Going, on I think you hit the nail on head, you know we're about mama pops who about small businesses in the thing, is is that when that affects like it affected us. Almost four years ago it affected tire. Business in. Marin parks that you, can't you can't walk a, win from that you can't you can't shut down you know you want to but there's some. Things you can't shut down when you have businesses up and going and everything and I think. That, some of the things we want to, touch on in talk about tonight well I think, it means, something to like I think back on. Tom and that kind of You don't feel that I mean you kind of.

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"hetman" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"hetman" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

"I cannot even tell you i'm so happy tuned in this is our crowd sourced episode as you know we crowd source the last episode of every series when i kind of put it out to you like who do you know who are your people who who should we hear from in this particular conversation who who's your wonderful try so we asked who has a great summer story like who's a summer person we should talk to and you guys came back with the perfect summer thing it's a couple named darren stacy smith and you guys they have worked at the same christian summer camp for more than thirty years closer to forty this is the same camp where they met and ultra got married as too much i don't want to give too much way because it's all just so precious but i was delighted when their daughter abby nominated her parents and said wait this my parents are literally quintessential summer people they have run a summer camp for my entire life so stacey daryl from bellingham washington their way up in the pacific northwest and they've been a part of this christian camp organization called the furs since nineteen eighty five in fact in the story they told us their first time when they were both on summer staff and met with nine hundred seventy nine so all my gosh you guys so they offer all kinds of camp and child care programs not just throughout the summer which is their main time throughout the year as well and by the way we'll have links to everything that they do with their wonderful camp at john hetman hat maker dot com over under the podcast tab so this place is like the classic picturesque camp setting i mean think of every movie that you've ever seen set in a summer camp this.

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"hetman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"hetman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is well now this yon thin three lovey they lamar it was a matter of life and death she says if i stayed he would have killed me alvarado applied for asylum in us immigration court back then her lawyer karen musalo had just founded the center for gender and refugee studies in san francisco sallow argued that women like alvarado deserve asylum because they've been persecuted by their husbands and ignored by their own governments when you have someone who wakes you up in the middle of the night with a knife at your throat and tells you that he can kill you and nobody would care and then when you go to the police repeatedly and they laugh at you this is clearly a situation deserving of protection at first some courts rejected this theory in alvarado's case immigration judges agreed that her story was brutal but they ruled that the system of asylum was not intended to protect survivors of domestic violence it's a grave pervasive chronic international problem but this is the wrong tool to solve that problem michael hetman is a lawyer at the immigration reform law institute he was on the opposing side writing briefs against the stand karen musalo was taking asylum is not some sort of global make a wish foundation but alvarado and sallow didn't give up you sallow kept pointing to that phrase particular social group and insisted that domestic violence survivors do fall into that category eventually her argument one out and immigration lawyers have successfully argued for an even broader interpretation of asylum law to include women fleeing genital mutilation for instance and people facing persecution for being gay for a while the seem settled that is until jeff sessions became the attorney general vague insubstantial and subjective claims have swamped our system this is sessions speaking to immigration judges last year the attorney general favors a strict interpretation of the language crafted back in geneva in nineteen fifty one sessions emphasizes that asylum laws protect people based on certain characteristics race religion nationality or political opinion that's what it's for they were never intended to provide asylum to all those who fear generalized violence crime personal vendettas or lack of job prospects sessions is moving to limit who can get asylum and he's questioning whether domestic violence.

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"hetman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"hetman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"For ten years with machetes with his fists it was torture she says is aflame well now this is yon terrapin thin three lovey they lamar tip it was a matter of life and death she says if i stayed he would have killed me alvarado applied for asylum in us immigration court back then her lawyer karen musalo had just founded the center for gender and refugee studies in san francisco sallow argued that women like alvarado deserve asylum because they've been persecuted by their husbands and ignored by their own governments when you have someone who wakes you up in the middle of the night with a knife at your throat and tells you that he can kill you and nobody would care and then when you go to the police repeatedly and they laugh at you this is clearly a situation deserving of protection at first some courts rejected this theory in alvarado's case immigration judges agreed that her story was brutal but they ruled that the system of asylum was not intended to protect survivors of domestic violence it's a grave pervasive chronic international problem but this is the wrong tool to solve that the problem michael hetman is a lawyer at the immigration reform law institute he was on the opposing side writing briefs against the stand karen musalo taking asylum is not some sort of global make a wish foundation but alvarado and me sallow didn't give up you sal kept pointing to that phrase particular social group and insisted that domestic violence survivors do fall into that category eventually her argument one out and immigration lawyers have successfully argued for an even broader interpretation of asylum law to include women fleeing genital mutilation for instance and people facing persecution for being gay for a while this seemed settled that is until jeff sessions became the attorney general vague insubstantial and subjective claims have swamped our system this is sessions speaking to immigration judges last year the attorney general favors a strict interpretation of the language crafted back in geneva in nineteen fifty one sessions empathy sizes that asylum laws protect people based on certain characteristics race religion nationality or political opinion that's what it's for they were never intended to provide asylum to all those who fear generalized violence crime personal vendettas a lack of job prospects sessions is moving to limit who can get asylum and he's questioning whether domestic violence survivors.

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"hetman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"hetman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You get further and further into this whole with tom waits like the more you listen to it the more you realize how brilliant it is from poetry perspective these days hetman says a lot of his artwork features tom waits the musician i showed up in a drawing five years ago hetman says he had the nineteen forty one orson welles classic citizen kane on his mind promises because until a few weeks ago i had no whole thing hetman a photo of weights as a kid i just instantly have the image in my head of citizen kane propaganda poster but instead of cain it's tom waits as a child as if some movement have begun to try to get tom into office this is one of those weird really strange ideas i just drew it and so thinking about it too much that inspired hetman to create tom waits tuesday he posts awaits drying on his instagram every tuesday the first person to call dibs gets defy it sometimes happens art cells within seconds and the buyers are from all over the country says he's never heard from weights there's no one i'd rather hear from or have the chance to run into but i don't know if i'd want it to be because i've been doing drawings related to you'd wanna run into tom waits like randomly on the street denver artists promised he'd let us know if weights does ever reach out for here and now and stephanie wolf in denver tom wakes call us it's here now president trump meets north korea's leader on june twelve unless after north korean complaints he doesn't we may have the meeting we may not have the meeting if we don't have it that will be very interesting i south korea's leader visits president trump does this set up a bid to take nuclear weapons from the north on the next morning edition.

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"hetman" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"hetman" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"Dot org i e and masterson today would examine a number stories in issues in the news will begin with the expected withdrawal from the jcp oa iran agreement by president trump today which america's allies tried to warn against because the only winners will be the hardliners in iran who will be drawn closer into a strategic embrace with russia and china in spite of the yearning of the iranian people to join the west and be free of the corrupt theocratic regime which has wrecked and looted their economy but now has been given a new lease on life by donald trump about malani the director of iranian studies at stanford university who taught at tehran university's faculty of law and political science joins us to discuss today's tragic portrayal of hope for reform in iran and a dangerous step away from diplomacy to wards war given the volatile mix a proxy surrogate and eric princess mercenary army in the emirates it would not take much to spark another war in the gulf and the wider middle east that neither the us or iran wants but one that israel's netanyahu saudi arabia's crown prince mohammad bin salman and america's new national security adviser john bolton would love to see happen then we'll explore the roiling legal moral and ethical landscape between private behavior in public policy with the sudden downfall of new york's attorney general eric schneiderman following revelations in the new yorker obvious violent private sexual behavior which four women have come forward to report tiziana during a professor of social worker and codirector of the center for social innovation at boston college georgia's discuss how this latest expose of a prominent liberal politician who was seen by many as the plan b of the russia investigation if trump fires mullah fits into this era of the metoo movement in the context of the us having a leader who boasts about being a sexual predator and is increasingly mired in tacky sexual scandal yet his approval is going up in the polls then finally we'll speak with seth hetman the author of a new book just out today trump russia a definitive history an award winning journalist who was a longtime investigative reporter for the associated press he joins us to discuss the enormous amount of evidence he has compiled on trump's dealings with russia that go back to nineteen eighty four and reveal a.

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"hetman" Discussed on WVON 1690 AM

WVON 1690 AM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"hetman" Discussed on WVON 1690 AM

"Good afternoon wdbo and family and thank you for tuning us in our host a commissioner bob show is on vacation and we'll be back next sunday as mr her pitchman is just announced scientist osbert producer and cohost at the bob shall she'll our number is seven seven three five nine 116 ninety your comments and questions are always welcome especial thanks go out to mr her it had to move the sponsor of our show he is also president the hitmen development group mr hedge minutes also one of the founders of the weekend e committee another sponsor which is a nonpartisan organization whose goal is to serve as a venue through which are listening audience he was information and different opinions under the of issues affecting our community that we kenny committee also mentors other blackowned businesses and mr hedman continues to help new and struggling african american businessmen and women now if you listen to mr hetman believe me the stay in business views expressed by programmed participants are not the views of wto win midwest broadcasting or are participating sponsors and that is from our president florence peacock's my condolences go out to the three people killed during the embarrassing and shameful white nationalist rally in charlottesville virginia i want to know where was the fbi who is supposed to keep an eye on these domestic terrorist i blame dental chaos trump for their crawling out of the woodwork trump's bigoted remarks like suggesting police let the head the blue card or building a wall between the united states and mexico are signals that it is okay to once again be races in america and it is not okay trump blame the hate on many sides refusing to call off the white nationalist he should have called deal mystic terrorist will today date two days later he finally did that and by the way he waited a day and then hours after his wife issued the first white house response totally unacceptable white supremist david duke reminded critics that they were the ones who elected him white america the police did a horrible job controlling those people they allowed them to enter the virginia university campus in huge numbers and armed with guns it makes me wonder if they too are part of the.

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