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Conflict Between Israel and Palestinians Continues to Escalate
"In Israel have appealed for calm after a wave of street violence between Jews and Arabs. Israelis that's being triggered by the conflict with Gaza President Reuven Rivlin described outbreaks of writing as senseless civil war. Video of an Arab driver being dragged from his car and beaten by Jewish extremists in Tel Aviv has calls particular outrage in Gaza. Palestinian civilians have started marking eat with Israeli drones and warplanes still flying overhead. At least 67. Palestinians and seven people in Israel have been killed since fighting began on Monday from Jerusalem. His Jeremy Bone For Palestinians. It felt like the longest and most difficult night in Gaza since the last war with Israel in 2014, BBC colleague who lives there, said the sound of explosions from his radio's strikes. Times drowned out the sound of press to Mark Eedle fitter, the festival that marks the end of the month of Ramadan. It was also a difficult night for his radio civilians within rocket range of Gaza who have bean in shelters. Communal violence has spread to towns in Israel with a mixed Arab Jewish population 20% of Israeli citizens. Palestinian Arabs. This week is showing again how tension in Jerusalem can ignite violence. It's also shown that the conflict between Jews and Arabs is as bitter as ever with a new generation. Feeling anger, grief and hopelessness on for some hatred.
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"Sandra thank you so much for joining us today itself. So good view. Oh jen tracy. It's a pleasure to be here. It goes without saying that. I'm usually the cheesiest one on this podcast. So i had to start this off by saying to one and all welcome to asian enough. The it's an honor just to be asian. I worry that. The t shirt. And i i could. I could tell from the font at the top the bottom of the screen. I know t shirt. You're wearing he. S how could. I not wear the shirt on a day that i get to talk to you. It's an honor just to be asian anton view. Let's say thank you jeff yang for picking that up and making tee shirt. That's right what's it like to see like your quote. It's not a destination and it's credited to sandra credited. it's a wonderful writers. I don't know if they were at that time on live. I think it was frank. Lesbian sudi green. Yes and i've been trying to kind of like give them credit for writing that line but unhappy because i understand what that line is and what it means and it pleases me greatly. That has become a t shirt. I remember someone my friend in canada. She sent me a picture because her her boys are really into basketball. And it was jeremy lin. Who had that does walking out the t shirt. And i'm like oh the something is happening with this t shirt and i think it's just a really nice very shorthand identifier of a moment where we could just step into the forefront to Claim pride for second you know and so i'm really really happy when i see anyone wearing the t shirt
Anti-Government Protests Continue in Colombia
"Has been a week of violent protests in Colombia that have left at least 24 people dead and more than 1000 other people injured. We'll demonstrate his first took to the streets to oppose tax reforms is part of a general strike in the country, prompting President even Dok to withdraw the proposals on the country's finance minister to resign. But they haven't been enough to stop the protests, which have become a wider call for change, a time when the country is being hit hard by the Corona virus Pandemic. Matthew Chance reports from Bogota Tens of thousands of Colombians have been taken to the streets. At times, it's appeared more like a festival than a protest. But despite the party atmosphere, the message is a serious one Iraqi people are resisting, says this demonstrator. We're tired of suffering tired of being ignored. Yeah. With the number of covert 19 infections and deaths at their highest levels. Authorities are worried about the impact of the demonstrations on the country's already overstretched health system, but these concerns are rejected by protesters. A local Indiana. The people are tired of corruption, says this man. If the people come out to protest during a pandemic, it's because they think the government is more dangerous than the virus. Protest quickly turned violent video posted on Social media showed a heavy handed response by the police. But they also showed unprovoked attacks against the security forces to Kelly and Mary Jean, Colombia's biggest cities. Test is attacked and burned public transport colombianos give us a less again to Clara's gone in companion mysteries of presente allowed to Martin, Jeremy's president. Even Dok appeared on television to condemn what he called Vandals. He said the violence was being coordinated by narco gangs operating in the country Comments rejected by the country's opposition political parties.
Bruins Beat Rangers 4-0 for 5th Victory in 6 Games
"The Bruins are within four points of the east leading penguins with two games in hand after Patrice Bergeron scored for the fourth straight game helping Boston down the Rangers for nothing tonight was about us making sure we're playing the way we want to play and everyone coach contributing and and and I thought we did that Jeremy Swain and needed to stop only fifteen shots for his second career shutout Jake DeBrusk Charlie McEvoy Brandon Carlo also scored in the Bruins fifth win in six games Brad Marchand and David great she had two assists apiece for the Bruins who allowed just seven shots over the first two periods Igor Shuster can stop thirty shots in the Rangers fifth loss in a row I'm the ferry
Breaking the Chain: The Story of Fleetwood Mac
"Mac are a british american. Rock band formed in london in nineteen sixty seven. The band's original members were guitarist. Peter green drummer mick. Fleetwood guitarist jeremy spencer and bassist. John mcphee would surname was merged with the nickname of john. Mack mcvay to form the name of the band who were initially a blues band managed by clifford davis so danny kerman join as a third guitarist in nineteen sixty eight in keyboardist christine perfect. Who contributed as a session. Musician from the second album married. John mcvie and joined the band in nineteen seventy and then from there on out. She was christine. Mcvie all three guitarists of the man left in succession during the early nineteen seventy s to be replaced by guitarist. Bob welsh and bob weston. Along with vocalist dave walker. So the three guys that left. Peter green had a pretty massive addiction to lsd and he was later diagnosed schizophrenic. Yeah a little bit of a spiral. After that jeremy spencer abruptly quit to join the religious cult called the children of god. I know about the children of god. Yes yes yes like. They had traveled to america. They were unto were then he was like i'm going to. I'm going to stay here. I'm gonna call in this call up and let's see and then during dany kirwin actually got fired and now considered to be a minor incident. I'm he trashed his dressing room and refused to go onstage for a show and they fired him man so the ban. You know the the lineup has been a little bit in turmoil. In nineteen seventy-three either remaining members of fleetwood. Mac told their manager cliff davis that they needed a break from touring and instead of making that happen. Davis decided to hire a fake version of the band under the same name. Play the tour dates that the real band didn't make that's and the whole incident resulted in a lawsuit over who owned the band's name so davis booked. Us dates for the all new fleetwood mac from mid january to late february nineteen seventy four so when the fake fleetwood mac walked into their first show. Venue outside of pittsburgh actually in a place called the syria mosque. The venue promoter refused to put them onstage. 'cause he was like those are not fleetwood mac no but they play anyway And only about a dozen people ask for refunds and so they kept going and then apparently it like the next big venue. They played in new york city. People were like this is in fleetwood mac and they like they kind of they caught.
Craig Smith's 3 goals carry Bruins past Sabres 6-2
"Craig Smith Patrick highlighted the Bruins six to win over the Sabres leaving Boston seven one or no against buffalo this season Smith's first goal made it one nothing just eighty one seconds into the game Nick Ritchie added a goal and an assist to back rookie goalie Jeremy sway men who made seventeen saves in his eighth start David Craig she had three assists all on Smith's goals the bees have won nine of eleven overall as they try to win the east division title Boston is twenty one four and one in its last twenty six meetings with the Sabres I'm Dave Ferrie
Bruins' Goaltender Swayman in Line To Be the Backup
"But this way my guy can play can play. It's proven at this point and one thing that has become abundantly clear this week is it looks as if he's probably bumped jaroslav halak. Is that the right move? Is this going to keep going your general thoughts? Yeah. I mean I can see any reason why you would take them out of the rotation at this point right? I think Bruce Cassidy more or less said that had this band you know the middle of the season and not had a little bit more of a window or maybe a bit more breathing room in the standings to incorporate and get a walk back into the mix. Then of course you do that right? I mean it's not like they're they were looking forward to the Sierra Club, part of the plan to have a whole lot, get bumped out of the rotation and to have Jeremy swimming step. And they didn't think he was going to be remotely close to the NHL, like, you know, here was this year when according to plan, they'd be more than happy with him splitting reps. With our downtown Providence. Ain't dealing with the expected development Road bumps, that you would imagine would come from a guy. Making the jump from college, hockey through the pros. Hasn't happened. Thankfully for the Bruins also worked out extremely well, right?
Sabres Trade Hall to the Bruins for an Underwhelming Return
"Stumps were never super high on Taylor home after a few years in the league which is a viewer Observer thought was crazy but eventually you can't you just can't deny the fact. Again you can disagree with with teams and GM's not thinking that highly of Taylor Hall, but the proof is in the pudding every time he gets moved. So he gets moved for Adam Larson and that's a terrible trade anyway. But but yep. And so everyone's like wow, he got moved for that. Little, when he gets moved to Arizona, it's like, wow, was I forget was, was there not a like, he was a conditional first-round pick up, right? I believe it was right, but so you you're thinking, okay, it's going to be a ton of stuff and it really wasn't a huge huge deal. Then he becomes a free agent and obviously it's in the pandemic and he signs a 1.8 million dollar deal with the Sabres and I you I'm sure everybody is like Bruins what are you doing site? He's one year and eight million dollars to play for the freaking Sabres. Top that everybody should be trying to top it but they weren't then he gets moved at this deadline and Elliott Friedman comes out right after and he said he said since that Paul had to do with it with wanting to go to the Bruins and having to know move, but he's like the interest in Taylor Hall. Just wasn't as high as people thought it was going to be. Again you can disagree with them. But every time he moves, we all say, why is everyone so stupid? Why is that one? Giving up more for this guy but it's happening teams don't like Taylor Hall as much as we do,
Jarry, Guentzel lead Penguins past Bruins, 1 -0
"The penguins slid one point ahead of the capitals for the east division lead with a one nothing win over the Bruins Tristian Jarry made twenty nine saves for his first shutout of the season and fourth consecutive win neither team scored until Jake cancel beat rookie Jeremy swim in four oh three into the third period Pittsburgh has fourteen wins and points in sixteen of its last nineteen games overall the Bruins have dropped two straight since a six game winning streak leaving them eight points out of first with two games in hand so women stopped twenty eight shots for the Bruins I'm the ferry
Hakanpaa scores to lead Hurricanes past Predators 3-1
"The Carolina hurricanes used a balanced attack to take down the visiting Nashville predators three to one Jacob Slavin scored his second of the year at the end of the opening frame before predators captain Roman Josi tallied his sixth midway through the contest the tie things at one trade deadline acquisition jadi hawking poss or dist first goal in hurricane sweater halfway through the third to put his new club up for good of national goaltender you sauces forty five saves twenty three came in the first period alone sixteen Carolina skaters registered at least one shot on goal I'm Jeremy cake over
Hall scores again, Swayman solid as Bruins blank Islanders
"Jeremy Sweeney posted his first career shutout with twenty five saves in the Bruins second win over the islanders in two nights three nothing David posture not put the bees ahead with three seconds left in the first period Taylor hall doubled the lead forty seven seconds into the second with his second goal in two games swimming how Boston kill off the islanders five power plays while outplaying fellow rookie Ilya Sorokin who stopped twenty five of twenty seven shots the outcome puts the Bruins within six points to the east division leading capitals with two games in hand the aisles wasted a chance to pull even with Washington I'm Dave Ferrie
US Home Construction Rebounds in March After Frigid February
"Housing construction rebounded strongly in March as homebuilders recovered from an unusually frigid February, the Commerce Department reports, builders began construction on new homes and apartments that a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.74 million units in March. That's a 19.4% increase over February when housing construction and fallen by 11.3%. February sit back have been attributed to unusually severe winter storms, which had gripped much of the country. Correspondent Jeremy House, says Thief Friday report showed application for building permits was a good sign of future activity increased by 2.7% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.77 million units.
The Hockey Shaman Who Rebuilt the NHLs Hottest Goalie
"So james first of all. How many nicknames does jack campbell have in the big one for sherry soupy or soup and that is very common in hockey. Anyone that is named campbell and there've been a lot of them mostly. What you hear is yes and then you know some of the other nicknames that you get are going back further into his past and his family calls a little jack when he played in texas in the minors they call them. Happy jack which is a fitting nickname for the way that jack campbell axe but around the leaves it soup or be all the time is what you hear and seems like this guy is pretty universally loved like took to an unusual degree. Why is it's just his personality and his media availabilities obviously. He's in the biggest hockey market in the world. So there's a lot of attention on him and he's very very quickly won over. A lot of people fans coaches teammates media with just his disposition. Definitely oh the boys a nice red lobster dinner. How that's for sure off. Definitely not what i expect out of myself but thankfully a great team and the curated jeremy tonight and it was just a lot of fun nets endeared himself to his teammates into the fan base really quickly off. Matthew said soups awesome. soups awesome. He comes to the day and Smile on his face knee. He works extremely hard and been You know he's been on real us. The players really just gush about him and his story has come out and been told and all that he went through the more. The team is kind of rallied around him and kind of really embraced him as a team. May
Jeremy Swayman wins 2nd NHL start, Bruins beat Capitals 4-2
"Brad Marchand scored a shorthanded goal and Jeromy sway man made thirty one saves to win his second NHL start leading the Bruins to a four two victory over the capitals swimming allowed two power play goals in under twenty seconds to Alex of educated TJ Oshie but he kept the Bruins ahead with the caps tilted the ice toward him in the second period Marchand Craig Smith each finished with a goal and an assist for the Bruins who are trying to climb back into the mix for the east division title the caps lost their share of the east lead falling two points behind the islanders I'm the ferry
U.S. Begins Indirect Talks With Iran on Reentering Nuclear Deal
"To try to revive the 2015 Iran nuclear deal which lifted sanctions on Tehran in return for limits on its nuclear activities. Jeremy Bowen has the details. There's strong evidence that the original deal in 2015 stopped to steady slide towards a war over Iran's nuclear plans. But the deal known as the J C P O A has bean in intensive care since President Trump pulled the US out of it in 2018. Iran insists it does not want nuclear weapons. Now the U. S. And Iran both want to revive the deal. They need to find a way for the Americans to live Trump sanctions. On for the Iranians to return to agreed limits on the enrichment of uranium, which can be used to make a bomb. Iran says it won't meet the Americans face to face until that happens. Report by the World Bank has
Unemployment Rate Falls to 6% in March as Employers Add 916,000 Jobs
"Employers went on a hiring binge last month. Labor Department says 916,000 jobs were added in a sign that a sustained recovery from the pandemic recession is taking hold. Department says the march increase was nearly double February's gain of 468,000. The unemployment rate declined from 6.2% to 6%. Correspondent Jeremy House says See increased the most jobs added since last August.
New York State Budget Misses Deadline
"This year. Governor Cuomo and state lawmakers have yet to reach a final agreement on a number of issues, Karen DeWitt reports. The Legislature is proposing $7 billion a new taxes on the wealthy and corporations and $4 billion Maurin School aid. Cuomo's tax and education aid plans are more modest. Senator Jeremy Cooney, a freshman from Rochester, is among those pressing for a $3.5 billion fund in the budget to pay for employment and other services to undocumented New Yorkers who lost their jobs during the pandemic. He says he'd rather have the right budget a few days late than one That's on time. Means that hundreds and thousands of excluded workers have resources to put food on the table. I'm okay with that. Lawmakers are also trying to piece together how to fit into the budget the billions of dollars in new funding from the federal stimulus package. Recreational
Astrazeneca vaccine in US raises hopes
"This week has covid. Nineteen cases continue to fall across the uk. They are at the same time surging in europe partly as a result of the spread of the kent. Variant that is now becoming the dominant circulating strain of the virus in many eu countries. The other factor is low levels of corona vars vaccination that have so far been achieved across the eu block. Some of that stems from skepticism. Any eu countries about the effectiveness of the astra zeneca vaccine. So maybe that will be about to change now. Thanks to the announcement of another successful trial of the vaccine. This time in the us astrazeneca have slightly revised their numbers since they made the trial results public. But they're still very encouraging. Chris spoke to university of kent virologists. Jeremy rothman to his reaction. I asked him whether a year on from the uk. I entering a lockdown. He expected us to be in this situation. We are today absolutely not. There's a lot that we had an idea of what was coming in terms of the severity and the need for strong action. But the fact that we are still experiencing lockdowns that. We've spent a large portion of the year in lockdown in dramatic restrictions. And we still do not have a solid plan of how we are going to get out of. This is really beyond belief to me. What did you think would happen this time last year when we watched boris johnson. Deliver that press conference when everyone was just glued to the tv and we'll fell down our spines. Where did you think it would end and win. I wasn't sure what i was hoping was that we would have lockdown and that that would drive cases down now that that absolutely did happen but what i had been waiting for. That didn't happen was that we would use that period of time to build and reinforce the infrastructure needed when we got out of the locked out
"jeremy" Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew
"Up everybody welcome back to a couple of things. Sean and andrew a podcast. All about couple and the things that go through day we have lauren. Nria mackie and jeremy lewis. Yes and this is a fun fun. We had fun doing this. One we did word of caution. We were a little more. Pg thirteen than we usually. We are thing. I love about this. Podcast though is we truly allow our guests to be them. We don't censor them. We don't edit them. they get to be them does. This couple is fun and we talk about all about we talk about all about we talk about a while. We all about dating so for all of you out there who are dating. Who are single. This episode is for you. We talk about dating app sitting up strategies. Yes we talk about. One liners like pickup lines. About how. I have no game. But i do think works and what that is yes. We talk about like the strategies behind trying to find your person and then once you do find a person how that dating dynamic works jeremy. I actually kind of discussed. And i thought it was interesting. Was dating someone who's in the limelight meeting you. And then jeremy. Dating lauren who lauren is known as lord. Diy on the internet has a massive following. He's the boss you've almost. I think statistically have seen one of our videos this just how breaks down But we on this podcast and If you enjoyed this conversation then go check out. More of jeremy and lauren they just launched a podcast called the wild till nine wild. It's maybe it's like the edgier version of our podcast and a lot of ways you could do if you just look at the titles of their shows that but We're grateful german lower. Joined us wanna find out more about them and what they're up to will link information the show down below and before it started. Please subscribe to the show and give it a rating.
"jeremy" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap
"Equivalent of headline Jeremy. The headline should not talk I'll talk to the right people talk to the right people can. This wailing. Wreck Dave. On. Campaign. Now I don't want you to waste any energy. I'll handle kids sitter it. Done. Were speaking with Norman Chad he's getting himself very exercised over snow of these things which I appreciate in terms of gambling. I'm curious. Is there a home field advantage when they're no homefield fans and how is that going to affect the way? You consider. Lines this year, which is one of those things you do I consider each game up to fifteen seconds in my head. So I don't go through all the other and I got. Important. Most important thing is definitely. Your Gut I go with Gut, which is considerable at this point even though Cova took fifteen pounds off my waist line I go with gut? Instinct I go with what I have seen and what I have known over the years. But what you're pointing out does make a difference because we do know that for instance, some places are more difficult to play. You can't even hear you know the counts at the at the line of scrimmage when they're so loud in domes like in New Orleans or Atlanta or in Seattle. So that is not as much of a factor travelers still factor when teams have to go you know twenty, five, hundred miles that's still factor and all that. But when you're playing an empty place or when you're playing the bubble, obviously, there's no home court for the NBA. That's a whole different ballgame. So you don't think of home field. Homefield will be reduced in that way I'm sure. That, the sports books and the gamblers will take that in consideration and that will change the the lines I. The very first game I was wrong I took the cowboys against the rams and I realized that it. You know it was sort of like a neutral field there'd be playing in an empty stadium and so that didn't make much of a difference I thought the cowboys were. The better team. So I thought they'd win and they did not I was wrong in that game but I did it did run for my mind Jeremy that there's no homefield advantage and they're playing it essentially a neutral site. The only thing that comes into play is is is travel and I didn't think that was a big deal I thought the cowboys would win and I was wrong. Norman, let me ask you your wordsmith. You do have a way with words a certain terseness of style twenty, twenty in a word. How would you describe it so far? Screwed. And, some people told You keep telling me when you know we can't wait till twenty twenty over. Thank goodness is only three more months whatever you know twenty twenty one could be worse if twenty twenty one is worse, it would screwed squared like I. Don't think we cover I do think that we might recalibrate where we're looking at. I don't think it's going to happen I think we'll all go back to normal eventually. If Twenty, twenty one goes back close to what we knew before twenty twenty people will be watching sports in groves. Bow Hoping that some of US would take a step back and say, Hey, there's something else out there. We should be taking a look at it a little more a little more seriously you'll gives me hope, norman, what's this picture of you on this story Norman Chad turns a bad beat into something upbeat. Smile. You know the picture I don't. Look like it looks like a belly laugh at. With Norman Chad. Yeah. You're a poker table. I've always found that poker. BLACKJACK poker and blackjack and poker as much more social than Blackjack that when I'm GonNa Poker table everything else I can shut out and at a poker table I'm a whole different personality I'm actually can be in a good mood and I try to put everybody else in a good mood and poker adjusts makes me smile sometimes. So they found a picture of me smiling and a poker table. You know it's a full moon situation during the course of counter day. I'm GonNa Poker table I'm actually laughing and talking and smiling a lot and you know. So that gives you hoping. Saw Me smiling that makes me smile makes me happy. Norman. It's always a pleasure speaking to you. We appreciate your contributions over the years to the show and I'm very. Encouraged to hear that you are on the mend. Actually the way you said, it sound like a lifetime achievement honor when you know you're throw me over the overboard working. Little liked at. Through the bull. So yeah, it's been. It's been a pleasure being on your show biannually. I've always appreciated it I'll see if I can find us really more or let's be honest. It's really more semiannual than I. DO appreciate it because I can't get you know regular ESPN people do not call me Germany's you know this person who calls me is the guy who has a Saturday show at like four. o'clock in the morning Galapagos time and so I do appreciate that you've reached out over the years to me as you have and You know you've run through so many producers and you've run through you know so many booker's who just it's hard to work with you but I, appreciate the cheap coming back to me again and again usually during Olympic years, which as we know are every two years now?.
"jeremy" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap
"Unless you weren't bleeding. Patriots colors to see age takeover, Tom Brady, and to see him and to see him fail. But I. also think there's a bit of vindication on the part of a lot of people here who realize that you can't play forever and you can see the Radi with slipping and there's a there's a little bit of that. Well, it was time attitude as well. Certainly. An interesting dynamic. No doubt about it with CAM CAM in Boston and Tom and Tampa Mister Bryant, it's always a pleasure and We always appreciate your insights. Thanks for coming on the show. Thank you so much sheriff. Howard. Brian Straight. Talk. Wireless no commitment no compromise. You're listening to the sporting life with Jeremy Shop on ESPN radio more coming. Up Next. Welcome back to the sporting life own ESPN radio and the ESPN APP brought to you by Shell v Power. nitro plus premium gasoline. Welcome back to the sporting life We had a lot of plans for the upcoming segments most fell through. We had to go to plan B. Probably should have waited to formulate another plan a but instead we went to plan B. which means welcoming back to the show one of our most frequent guests Norman Chad Norman thank you for joining us. First of all this would be planned why so you just trying to be kind. Second of all, I want to frequent guest. You have a weekly show with two or three guests I p your bi annually so you do the math. That's true. The math biannual meet every once every two years or once every six months i. Remember. Semi annual sale you know macy's is. Every two years two years means nothing. See. It sounds like I know you're right but it sounds like every six months. It sounds like it should also mean semi annual understand I know you're. I mean were like five or six years old this country celebrated spy centennial, right? According to you that meant that we were that was our fifth year anniversary as a nation or something like that. Two Hundred Years Tell me speaking with Norman Chad the couch slouch poker legend. Sports Television legend set a I think that's a fair way of describing you. The CESKA centennial is one fifty. Did you say a word that I heard you say, what did you just say sex quiz intentional is one fifty it's one of my favorite words. If we were on a desert island together the over under for survival for both of us would be two and a half days there would be a justifiable homicide if I killed you. I think we'd get along we get along. So well, that's just not true. You know I we we play this kind of bickering couple on the radio but in we really get along quite well but I'm trying to look up this word I'm going through my photos on my phone. There's a word because I was on block island Wasserman block island. Is off the coast of Rhode Island ten miles from Rhode Island Connecticut. It's. Really cool place and I was exploring the islanders Iraq settlers rock it was dedicated in one thousand, nine, hundred, sixty one to celebrate the Tur- centennial. That's what the rocks is. True. Be tricentennial. Would you say tricentennial they see tercentenary off the top of my head I would think it's tricentennial but that's a term I've never thought of before. So you're claiming there say it's the what centennial te are Centennial Turtur centennial never heard that term before his great radio. I gotta ask you last time we spoke you were having a hard time as many have dealing with pandemic some personal losses in. Your Life. Now, I'm seeing is grueling you a whole big story about you turning a bad beat into something upbeat. With the UK Luca challenge can you tell us about your journey over the last several months? Okay. The bad beat is there something I'm beat upbeat by the way he's just a bad writers interpretation of my wife. Wow. That's a nice thing to say about somebody wrote a very flattering piece about you and and laudatory but now I understand he's very he's as his name is Jesse fully, he's a very talented individual writing is not as is number one strength. So yes. I would never say that about you you have so many number one strengths they'd be we call co number ones or maybe Kerr number ones Or. Anyway. Yes When we spoke or when I last had contact with you when I was clinging to a lifeboat and you get to me when you can that was cova. Funny Actually, I think I I'm sorry. Can You? Just, I've just I'm sorry. I was trying to answer your question I. Didn't I didn't mean I understand sometimes your question has multiple parts. So you're speaking again they're. Not. I'm merely reacting to what you said please proceed. Okay. You know actually when Donald Trump decides talked to Bob Woodward That was the third who asked him for nineteen conversations the first two were you and Charlie rose and to his credit Donald Trump said no I won't have enough time to talk if Jeremy Shepherd Charlie rose asked me questions so he went with Woodward who is much more concise with this questions. Continue please I've been begging you to continue to proceed I we're GONNA run out of time. So yes, the bad between up. He was the fact that through a series of a very bad things that had happened and including loss of income loss of job loss of life in terms of we've been separated for six or seven months because of pandemic loss of my dog who passed away I decided to for mental health purposes to try to pick up my spirits I do suffer from depression that from my home where I was by myself that I would start doing something on twitter twitter is the most toxic negative. Twitter hateful. I hate twitter yes. You know we and I I know that in your heart, you're certainly not fond of twitter you. Know what twitter can be? And I have to deal actually in poker twitter more than real life twitter, which is another level of bad twitter. It's not as bad as the worst twitter out there. But since I deal mostly in poker twitter I, decide instead of the toxic and hateful life put up something positive there and let's say twitter for positive purposes and I started doing a little dance in my home I taped every day called Luca Luca and with the dance I tried to put out a positive message that you know. In the short life we lead, we should make others lives. So miserable, we should get along better. We shouldn't judge people based on race religion or ethnic background, and I was generally the the whole thing that Uku Dance Jeremy, it's like a thirty second little stupid dance right? Just you know I can't sing and I can't dance by literally said Lean to the left lean to the right glance at the heavens and dance all night. It's time to Luka that was the whole song so I put that out. Yeah I never saw. And so some people told me that sound like the I had to look it up gloom. Palumbo Lupu poop. Lucas something similar Beluga. said it balloon PGA Okay I looked up and I didn't mean to do that and plus that's a whole different thing plus other people told me it reminded me of something that I might have subconsciously be doing so I did this in college while I was drunk it was put your left foot out which very foot but. You wanted to do. Something like that. Close to that, but that's the one I might have been thinking of social,.
"jeremy" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap
"In a way that we haven't seen previously. Sir Leave in more. So than than four years ago when Colin Kaepernick started the movement in Pro Sports, you could say With his protesting the anthem. And we are again as I said, joined by Howard Bryant of ESPN at Howard. Before I ask you some questions about tennis which I know you were find the US Open files very closely as well, and it was an interesting weekend in tennis. Do you think the. What do you think the impact is of the player protests eight you know we hear. So often now in our society that everything is baked in, you know we're we're so polarized. We're so divided you know. or or it's you know there's forty percent one side forty percent of the other side in this twenty percent kind of up for grabs. Well, what do you think the player protests do in terms of moving the needle in the direction of their cause? I think that I think it's valuable because I think that and I don't think it's the players I I think the players are helping. Let's not forget my opinion this Jeremy I I don't know if we've talked about this or not. But my opinion on this is that the players And the United, states as you know as a corporate entity. They were reacting to protests. So what we're really seeing is we're seeing the reaction to the reaction to Minneapolis and I think once you saw those images of George, Floyd being killed once you saw those images of people in the street in New York and DC in Minneapolis I think everybody think this was the enough is enough moment i. think it was the the moment no different from say and until in nineteen, fifty five that really spurred the civil rights. Movement. I think it's no different than when Menounos four little girls were killed. September fifteenth. Nineteen sixty three and that spurred civil rights legislation. Exactly right and so and even from a from a more trivial standpoint I think it's no different than Barry von on hitting seventy three home runs and it may baseball though. Not Enough we've got a drug problem when they had to finally admit we have a drug problem and I think this moment made people probably because of the pandemic everybody was in the house. Everybody was watching everybody was cooped up everybody was reaching a point and I think that when you see George would getting killed and you see the reaction I think. that. Was the enough is enough moment and I think that could corporations in the country our company, a lot of companies around the country suddenly recognized that this was something we had to deal with at some level and I think the players followed and I think when Matt happens to get to a long way of answering your question I think when that happens. You create new baselines in this society and I think what the players have done is being done to create sort of a new baseline and it's GonNa be rough right now. But over time I think you'll see something different. You know are you going to see in racism in every single sport? I don't know how long that's GonNa last but maybe you see soccer all the time those those signs went up and they remained when you're watching the Champions League and the Premier League it's extra I. Think there are are the players going to threaten me wildcat strikes and boycotts whenever somebody gets killed I don't think so but I think that the players have certainly created a new deal with the public and with their and with the people who own sports teams that that possibility there, which brings everything back to Labor that the players are exercising a level of power. And I think there's value with Matt as well because the players are really saying especially, Naomi, Osaka the western and southern before the US, open? where she phrased it very, very cleverly where she said I don't think it's important you to watch me play tennis right now she didn't say I don't think it's important. I played tennis right now she was saying I'm not going to contribute to your distraction. And so that changes the deal that changes the deal significantly because people love to treat athletes as well. You know you're here entertainment you have no say in any of this, the players are proving that they do have to say the question is also going to be what is going to be the stamina level for the public what how how is the public going to react and I think with the players are doing is they're daring the public to not come they're gonNa say, okay are you really willing to not watch sports again because we had a problem with George Floyd being murdered by police And I think that going to see overtime isn't eventually we'll get used to a new template, but a new template is definitely coming speaking with ESPN senior writer Howard Bryant. In Howard. And by the way here, he can I throw one last thing here of course I think it's also important I think it's also important to remember something else and is I think the players are citizens I don't think they're radicals I don't think I, don't think this is going to be dynamic where the players don't WanNa play I think they wanNA play and I think they are I think that we've seen that in. College sports as well. Would players saying we want we WANNA play, but we also want to have more Sarah, and so I think that what we have to get used to and it's important because obviously generation we you know it and I know it. But maybe a lot of listeners don't know it. You know there was a time when even the players in baseball believed that free agency was going to destroy the sport. And yet the world came up the sun came up today and the business was even more profitable in the game became more exciting and we all kept going forward. So we're in a massive period of transition right now but I think it was I thought it was really significant that the players in the NBA went to Barack Obama and of course, he suggested that they go back to work. So it wasn't a radical movement. It was a moderate movement they took one day. And then they say things that they want to be heard but they're not stopping traffic they're not stopping the game they're not boycotting the actual sport. It's not like they're walking off the court in the second you know in the second quarter, they are citizens may want to perform, but they also want to be heard and so I feel this has gone much more smoothly than it could have been I mean imagine if they had walked out and said, you know what we're all Right, now. that would have changed much much more. In Howard I had planned. To Talk to you about tennis a little bit now. Of course, dominant team But but we're running short on time. We talk tennis again soon because the French Open is right around the corner, which seems like a strange thing to say in September but before I do let you go you're a Boston guy you're an NFL guy you've covered league for a very long time. What was it like? Being in in the Commonwealth and watching the events transpire as they did.
"jeremy" Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew
"What's up everybody? Welcome back the couple things Sean. Andrew podcast all about couples and the things they go through today. We sit down with. Grammy nominated singer. Songwriter Jeremy Camp and his wife. Addie camp those Rosso singer-songwriter that's right They have had a massive two thousand and twenty. They came out with the movie. Camera with two books One of them is about their marriage. Actually it's called in unison. And they're really really cool couple. They've been married sixteen years but the movie that came out with what's called. I believe it's all about Jeremy. Camp and his first wife who he ultimately ended up losing bus- right and so German addy Sharon awesome perspective. Release I had to bring this to you. They also talk about what it's like to raise three kids. Yes which Addie camp has some incredible thoughts and perspectives on so many different things. Her and I are going to be great friends. You'll also notice. She has quite the accident which I love because she's South Africa. So if you WANNA find out more about Jeremy and Addie as well as their new book to just came out with called in unison. You can find that in the show notes or description down below and before we get started. Don't forget to subscribe to the show in rated on whatever platform you're listening on. We really appreciate it when you do that. Gordon Jumper this one with Jeremy and natty Jeremy Eighty. Thank you so much for joining us today. I kind of want to just start off Jeremy. We're both Indiana natives. I don't know if you knew that but I'm curious who your all time. Favorite Colts player is I mean. That's kind of easy. I'm sorry I'm not trying to be generic Manning but then Usak actually is a really good friend of mine. Know Ben. Yeah Yeah So. He's a good friend of mine. That Payton I'm sorry. Yeah Yeah Yeah. He's he's a classic but that is funny and then Yeah we I don't think you didn't go to purdue but my dad's boilermaker we got deep Indiana roots. And yet it's G I know like drew brees from from purdue and like Oh the drew brees.
"jeremy" Discussed on The Full 48
"A lot of people have asked me so what? That's what's that like and the first thing I think I think of. Like wow like I'm blown away because for two reasons one is. This is like the toughest time that people have seen in in in a long time The world has not seen something like this any long time. This is one of the most tragic times and they could have chosen anytime in Knicks history and they chose that stretch. I mean that is. I mean you're talking about you know Clyde you you know you're you're talking about you know so many greats in so many amazing times in Knicks history and they chose to build a airland sanity week. And so that's the first thing that really blew me away and then I heard about it through my agent. They had gotten they had reached shots. My agent and said Hey. We want to do this. Jeremy Interested and for me. I'm like look the world is hurting new. York has such a special place in my are like. I'm in whatever you need me to do. And honestly that's what I've been doing you know I'm training for the majority of every day but every morning and every night I've been doing different things to be able to support to support the weekend and it's fun and it's a and it's just what we all need right now. We need something uplifting. We need something positive even for me. It gives me more juice more more energy. Just continue to go in every day as well just And I hope that unveiled and through the Games that were able to kind of uplift other people so I mean I'm super thanks for the Nixon. Machinist is one hundred percent their idea and they get credit for it. Jeremy I know because you and I have intersected along the way over the years when you left New York we talked with Houston. We talked with the Lakers. Obviously you when you were back here in Brooklyn for a bit and I think at various times you have had various ways of viewing nostalgia of that moment and at times kind of wanted maybe not distance yourself from it but you didn't want to keep living in it because you had a career to keep pursuing and you were young when that happened but now it's been eight years. How do you view it looking back now? Do you have a different kind of appreciation for different places in your head for how you you you view it? Are you more embracing yourself of it now? Now that you've been able to get away from the HOOPLA and just settled into a career. Yeah for sure. An in house Kinda described in phases right in the beginning. The first couple of weeks it was. It was the best thing. Ever housing this euphoria. A Mayo's just. I was so happy speechless. And and then slowly as I turned from everyone kind of turned me from Germany and the human being into Atlanta Sanity this phenomenon I remember like three or four weeks after. Just remember feeling really empty in my heart. And I'm on top of the world. I'm you know I'm on sports illustrated. I'm the most literally the most popular man on on the planet you know and and in my heart. I'm like really really empty really I just I just felt really empty inside and I was like dude this everything that I thought it was going to be and you know from the area was like it. Went from happiness and euphoria to like this emptiness and I didn't understand why and from the emptiness started to have a lot of fear because everything was changing around me. People were changing loved ones trusted once. People didn't know people that you know everybody every everybody was trying to get a piece of me and it was scary. It was just so scary and that fear turned into this whereas I didn't feel I could go anywhere and do anything. It felt like everything I did was going to taken a certain way or or analyzed or misconstrued and and in that anxiety turned into this jaded nece and it was just like you know I hate. People like humanity sucks And that Jason has turned. It turned into anger and and I was bad world. You know and there's you know and that's kind of what as I went through the coal and Houston and then at times so angry and I don't want anything to do with anything as everyone get away from me and slowly. I had to look into mere and go back to the fundamentals of my faith and to remember that my entity is As the son of Christ and not as a basketball player and definitely not as insanity the phenomenon as I started to rebuild repeats my faith. I started to rebuild in refined myself as a person and I think that's what allowed me to move past that anger into what you know what I was as. It was a slow appreciation appreciation kind of evolved into a full on embrace. And I think that's more where I'm at right now is I'm embracing it. I'm like look anything you need from me for a week amid like I WANNA help. I want inspire and this is such a special moment. I don't need to run from it anymore. I can actually. I can be proud of. I can look back and be like man. That was amazing. I can look back and be like man. Eight years later when people are going through some of the toughest times at New York has ever seen they wanNA THEY WANNA look back at this stretch. Like I've been gracing that and I'm like I. I WANNA be that beacon of hope. I want to be that late to other people as well and be like. Hey while you guys are going through something. That's so much bigger than basketball. I hope that through basketball. I can just be a small part. That brings a smile to your face. That's Great Jeremy. Because I look at it and it did it brought so much and continues to bring so much joy to basketball fans not just knicks fans. There are people way beyond New York who treasured that run and look at it so fondly. It's great that you can. You can enjoy it in the same way and your your evolution of thought on it and emotions. Tortoise is really fascinating one quick last one here because I want to move on a couple of things before you got to get going so many great moments within that run the breakout game against the nets. The Utah Game that the three point mentioned against Toronto Lakers Mavericks. Is there if you could go back and relive one of those moments? Is there one piece of it? That is like if you put yourself back in that head space. And you know I I wanNA relive this one. We can all pick a moment in our life to relive. Is there one piece of that where you would go? That's that's the one that's the game or that's the shot now. There's there's I think there's two there's two can only choose one. There's two one of them is the Lakers game that corner three that I hit. I you know I remember it was. I've never heard an arena. That loud it was so loud it felt like I was hovering off the ground. I remember that because I I remember looking dead like actually looking down at my feet at one point like it feels like I'm hovering what is going on and the tough part about it all was. I think like right after we had to go on a plane and play back to back spy Minnesota the next night and so. I never really got to like enjoy that Laker game and I think if I could go back I would just be like a man. I'm not going with you guys Minnesota and I'm GonNa so I'm just wondering Soda. I'll see you guys on your back The second I would say is In Toronto after the game winner it was just. I mean this is petty petty. There were there. Were these two fans a record side. And they were going at their heckling me so hard all game like all gave every position every time down the floor and I don't I don't care like I don't want that's totally what they're supposed to do but the one thing. I wish I did was after I hit that. I wish I could've seen their expression or their reaction on their face. 'cause I was like okay. Do they legitimately hate me? Would they have looked at me and smiled? It'd be like saying okay. You know what hats off tonight or because I feel like it was like pretty like like they were literally like yelling at me the entire game but I also felt like they were just hoops thing. It's like I felt like they just appreciated it and that was just part of the game. You know it's like almost like friendly trash talk and so I was like man if I could go back. I just want to see their reaction after I hit the shot But yeah those are the two moments where I'm like man. They want to go back and relive those it's funny. You mentioned that getting heckled in Toronto because all I remember that night Jeremy was at the place was packed loud his how just like you're describing the Guard. I remember air. Canada center was booming. That night and a lot of it was for you like they had a huge turnout of Jeremy. Lin Fans Knicks fans like it was like you had a lot of support there so it's funny because I remember it from that perspective. Mo- don't get me wrong. You're one hundred percent right. That was a home game. That was legit home game. I only the only reason why remember those two is because I felt like like ninety eight percent of that arena was ruined for me and then I just remember. Those two were so vocal about not like these two are so annoying but yeah no for sure that was. That was a home game. That was that was incredible. A word from.
"jeremy" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill
"And now they're trying it on and I think you know some Democrats will say an unguarded moments. Well know this is sometimes when they were talking about why they supported Bloomberg will maybe we just have to beat him at his own game right? We can't afford to have ethics when we're up against somebody so unethical and I'm worried that if large parts of the Democratic Party decide that truth doesn't matter and you can just lie in public like that. We are in for a world of trouble. The one glimmer of hope that I've seen in all of this sort of twofold on the one hand you see the incredible humanity of so many people use e the organizing efforts of people like Mariam Kaba to try to raise funds for the most vulnerable people who are going to be left to die in this corona virus situation because of the nature of our state but you also see the planet starting to breathe again akin to win a smoker stop. Smoking in their lungs. Start to self repair. There's something that the world is telling us about how we've been proceeding. That is scientifically undeniable. And I'm wondering given that you've done such scathing investigative work into how the corporate volkers and the truly vile sectors of our society exploit these crises. How you see an ability for us to rise out of the rubble and carnage of this and build something hopeful. It's a tricky time to talk about it because the worst hasn't hit us yet right. We're still in the calm before the storm in North America when it comes to this virus. If it's going to get really bad it's going to get really bad. We need to stay organized and it is such a challenge. Because I have been writing about this for many years as of you. I've been in a lot of disaster zones and I've seen some really beautiful things as well as some really horrific things right. I mean I've said this. Before but disastrous. Bring out the best in the worst. We see the worst that these systems can produce in terms of pitting people against each other in terms of preying on people's vulnerability in moments of extreme loss and pain and trauma but we also see people saving each other's neighbors cooking food for their whole block risking themselves across lines of race religion and gender and sexual orientation and just all of those barriers dissolving. People come together but the challenge of this particular crisis is something that I haven't seen before and I don't know that you have either. Which is that it is isolating US physically right. I mean when you see these beautiful moments in the midst of crisis or what. Rebecca solnit called the paradise built in. Hell it is. People leaving their homes and coming together as they did in neighborhoods in Puerto Rico after Maria cooking food for you know hundreds of their neighbors and making sure that everybody was okay and that the kids were cared for and setting up classrooms and field. I mean I've seen all of that but the tricky thing about where we're at is that we're being told to stay in our little boxes whether alone in apartments or if we're lucky with our family you know and so. I think we need to be using every tool that we have and we're really lucky that we have a lot of tools that allow us to hear each other's voices to read each other's thoughts even to see each other's faces even if it's just on screens to stay organized and stay connected in fact connect better right because I think it would be a real shame for us to fritter away. This crisis staring at our twitter feeds. I don't think Jack Dorsey or Mark Zuckerberg for that matter should determine the parameters of the way we talk to each other. I don't think it should be through disconnected tweets. I think we have to create spaces where we're able to really deliberate and strategize about what it means to protect our neighbors our rights and build on that because people are seeing or to bring this around to where we started people are getting. They're getting the need things like a jobs. Guarantee Universal basic income unemployment insurance Medicare for all an end to evictions homes for all these basic rights that we have been screaming about for so long people are going. I get it. I get it and they're enraged by the profiteering in the face of this weather. It is on the micro level which were overly fixating on or on the macro level of the pharmaceutical companies and the oil companies are the companies like virgin owned by Richard Branson who have their hands out getting bailouts from the government at the same time as they tell their workers to take unpaid. Leave right so you know no matter what happens with this campaign and I. I don't pretend to know and it isn't no way up to me. We have said all along that this is not a normal political campaign this is a movement and having been part of it. I can tell you that that is true. It does never felt like a political campaign. I gave many speeches Jeremy and nobody ever vetted them. Nobody ever asked me what I was GONNA say. I had total and not just true of me. It's true of the very grassroots organizers who have had platforms to speak to tens of thousands of people about migrant rights criminal justice about the role of nurses in our societies and so we now really need to live up to the slogan. Not Me Us. Never just about it. Not being me as in burning me but also just the kind of Mimi. Meanness.
"jeremy" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill
"I want to just take a brief moment of your time to ask you for your support to keep this program program going. We bring you voices analysis from the cutting edge of resistance. Movements across the world have universal. Healthcare is Deka modify. It's this huge industry. I wish that a fraction of this country had any sort of historical memory. The mechanisms there to protect whistleblowers. I really are there to identify the whistle blowers and open them up to criticism. What we try to do on this program is not just analyze the news as it unfolds but would ask how we got to where we are today if you do not transform the way the capitalism functions if you don't transform the way that American imperialism functions you can't really have any real conception of justice. The media is essential to the functioning of a democratic society. The media releasing information is is about people's right to know the question is not how these whistleblowers can protect themselves. The question is how do we protect them. In order to sustain this work we need to rely on our readers our listeners our viewers if you appreciate the intercept if you value this program intercepted that arrives in your machine. Every Wednesday we ask you to go to the intercept dot com slash support. We have a brand new intercepted t shirt shirts that can be yours for a contribution of ten dollars a month. You can go for twenty dollars a month and get an intercepted hoodie. Yes we still have some in stock. We hope everyone what is having a safe holiday season and we thank you for supporting us on this giving Tuesday go to intercept dot com slash support. That's the intercept dot com slash support. I'll see you tomorrow tomorrow. A regular program..
"jeremy" Discussed on E&C's Pod of Awesomeness
"Chicago. The first one was a year ago so <hes> yeah it'd be interesting to see you know. Obviously i have a lot of momentum with with the with the the buzz and and the the shows they've been doing so he you know it'd be interesting and i think that they'll they'll. We'll keep moving so you know it's it's a good weekend for wrestling pants. You know they have the the new japan pro wrestling royal quest obviously an exceed <hes> takeover u._k. There's going to be huge in cardiff great card there and <hes> we'll talk to to jeremy borsch about that too about some of the <hes> the work he's done as far as princeton packages together which he's really talented as well so what else birdman what will what else. I don't know i was looking at this p._w._a. Five hundred rankings rankings. I pulled them up here my secret p._w._a. Five hundred tablet that's strictly p._b._a. Five hundred rankings industry. I five hundred t t stands for tablet. I don't know i was looking at the list here. That's pretty impressive. They're always objective right. I mean seth rollins a number one thing that i think that's pretty good 'cause it's. I'd say that's a <hes>. I'd say that's warranted. Yes yes so the straw up ten here so three dana brian ages thousand kofi kingston okada johnny gargano. They're gonna rolling rains. Kenny omega and takahashi and we'll osprey that are your top ten will good for willie. They're good pass. I might put kofi a little higher. I'd say even though he's been hurt for a little bit of. I think trump. Should you know yeah for sure but subjective. It's all ginned. Seth rollins also congratulate him on his engagement tequila yeah so they're they're going to tie the ought engaged. I still james for their for their <hes>. Their relationship being exposed things probably both our fault actually but there you go. Do you think the you'll get an invite. <hes> probably yeah so hey king of the ring are my favorite got eliminated drew mcintyre macintyre surprised by it very surprised and not to say anything against ricochet because he's a freak. I love them right. I just feel like like that's not a first round match. I also am very surprised because it feels like that could have been something to really kickstart. Drew and ricochets shays already rolling pretty good. You know yeah i was surprised as well and i thought like we talked about previously in you week or two ago.
"jeremy" Discussed on KCRW
"Three o'clock with Jeremy sole up next. I'll see you again tomorrow night ten to midnight as usual till then the funk be with you tonight..
"jeremy" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill
"Mm-hmm. This is intercepted. Jeremy Scahill coming to you from the offices of the intercept in New York City. And this is a special bonus episode of intercepted. We are going to be back next week. With a regular episode of intercepted. But over this long holiday weekend wanted to share with you a recent conversation that we had here in the studio. The Chicago based hip hop artist. Vic Mensa has emerged as one of the most uncompromising political voices of our time. The twenty five year old artists not only raps about Chicago police killings of black and Brown people about apartheid in Palestine the poisoning of the water in Flint Michigan. He actually goes to where the silence is and speaks out in the aftermath of the police shooting of Liqun McDonald in Chicago Vic Mensa was there in the streets. And also giving voice to the movement that led to the conviction of Chicago police officer for the quantum McDonalds murder Vic Mensa has traveled throughout Palestine with the poet Shemona, and he's also gone to Flint Michigan to help amplify the voices of a community. That was poisoned and continues to suffer from the.
"jeremy" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Jeremy money'll security cool with elian if we tell me everything try having everyone one of my angle was it ever and you cost me i'm a hippie triple yes snake is back i'll read a crawl entry match thank god i would think security kid.
"jeremy" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill
"jeremy" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill
"Thank you jeremy scale very much ralph nader is a pioneer of the modern consumer rights movement he's the former indepen and green party presidential candidate and author of many books his latest is breaking through power coming up on the show we're going to be talking to whistle blower chelsea manning after seven years in a us military prison she's running for senate in the state of maryland and we're gonna talk to artists ricardo cortez you may know him as the illustrator of the wildly successful book go the fuck to sleep but did you know he also has created some amazing illustrated books that deal with islamaphobia the history of coca cola and jury nullification but first a quick check in with my friend mehdi hassan he's the host of the new podcast from the intercept it's called deconstructed many what do you have coming up this friday on deconstructed a thanks jeremy we covering gaza on the horrific contract ongoing violence in gaza from a interesting i would argue saudi different perspective jeremy you know that these rallies often say well you know all of these accusations it's fake news it'll antisemitism it's all made up by palestinians who haters sway natural jeremy the some of the best documentation of his early human rights abuses in gaza in the west bank come from israel human rights groups and i'm pretty pleased that this week i'm speaking to two of my heroes from israel a hug i'll odd and avenue governor yahoo who run respectively bet salaam and breaking the silence to israel's most amazing human rights groups will really looking forward to that medi and again for our listeners of the podcast is deconstructed it is in your podcast feed if you hit the subscribe button comes out every friday thanks a lot my friend thank you mehdi hassan's show deconstructed comes out every friday subscribe wherever you get your podcasts.
"jeremy" Discussed on What It Takes
"Let's go back to the beginning or almost the beginning just before jeremy irons had his first taste of acting to set the stage irons was born in nineteen 48 and he went to boarding school about ten miles from home home was the isle of wight in the english channel just off the coast of south hampton i'll i'll an awful lot on a trip to the mainland was a big events from top maybe one sierra although log good across the speedboat and some minutes but than it was a long way away and i was brought up in a house was converted stable block uh the garden leading into a few leading into a word that led to the harbour where we would keep three boats so in the holidays when i was back from my boarding school i would rides her needs which suited me because my tastes laws and still is to go off salt in a solitary manner with something i can communicate with whether it be a boat to dog or or the force so i would do that i the sale will override the ride the horses it was in dili child jeremy irons spoke with the academy of achievement in london in 2000 though he's been a guest speaker at the academy summits many times since most recently accompanied by his gorgeous lee scruffy rescue dog smudge smudge irons naturally has his own twitter feed as do way it's hashtag what it takes pod you can follow us there or on facebook or instagram but i digress when jeremy irons sat to record this conversation about his life with mark packed her for.
"jeremy" Discussed on Talking Politics
"When there was a low of questioning of will he really stood for who was the sky of see we're talking about very different space on the ideological spectrum but some of the questions were similar the he was quite hard to fathom we might comeback blow the end pick of the most shall we still know what blah stiffle but with coburn this week we have seen another version of the who is the real jeremy corbyn question being run through the press which relates to his activities the 1980s it turns out that there are files of him relating to the czech embassy back then on meetings that he had with a cheque quote unquote diplomat and in daily mail son terms this is evidence that he will some kind of a traitor and won't to i think slightly intemperate tory mps have tweeted words to that effect the ramon case of how to withdraw them and coburn has responded he responded very robustly with three with on wednesday morning on tuesday night he responded on youtube with a show feld furry jeremy corbyn filmed the delivery ethyl was terrible but the conviction was real in which he said that this was another example of the way in which the press in britain these unaccountable tax avoiding tax haven press barons we're trying to smear him it was an oldfashioned ceman soandso two of the questions about this before we get onto a wider question about wettest coburn really stand on other issues including europe where the questions about this is i think it doesn't seem to be doing him any home who knows but this stuff seems to just flow off him does it flu often because there is nothing in the story actually piece describing as a james bond fantasy whose very low level staff body was doing was having tea with so of the czech embassy it it because there's nothing in this story or is it because the something about corbyn's pass which means that nothing sticks to him because one of the ways in which he is the accident leader of the labour party is that until almost the moment he became leader of labour.
"jeremy" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill
"Corbyn led labor to an astonishing forty percent in the june elections jeremy corbyn is a militant leftist he's an antiimperialist and he is unapologetic about those things colville prime minister at set ten years ago in 1979 that went two thousand seven hundred fifty households in temporary accommodation in london the current figure is over twenty five thousand and a further two thousand people to sleeping on the streets does she not to great people sleeping on the streets of our capital city charged exorbitant rents and children being brought up in bed and breakfast hotels is it rights civilized country it is an extraordinary thing that he has come so close to winning power in britain and that he may well eventually succeed as britain becomes accustomed to the realities of life under theresa may the labor party under jeremy corbyn is surging in the polls like bernie sanders in the us campaign corbyn has energized young people he's galvanize voters who'd become complacent with the whole system by the way sanders remains the most popular politician in the us in both corbyn and sanders there are a great lessons to be learned about confronting seemingly unbeatable entrenched political and financial institutions in our countries my colleague now me klein recently sat down with jeremy corbyn for a wideranging interview covering everything from reagan thatcher privatization and deregulation policies to lessens the democratic party could learn from corbyn's surprising electoral successes here's an excerpt of that conversation i want to tackle that this extraordinary moment where in where this project that really began under thatched sharon this cut chain reagan in the us is crumbling the whole socalled consensus that never really was a consensus that really the war on the collective the war on the idea that we can do could things willing get together that whole thinking has collapsed.