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"jodhpur" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:25 min | 4 d ago

"jodhpur" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"Stablecoin and why? So far, there's not really been any gatekeeping of the term, which is unusual in finance, typically when you put your money in a bank or in a money market mutual fund, if they say that you can redeem it for precisely how much you put in. Those are sort of regulated terms and entities and they have to have to keep their word and the alternative is that they get billed out. The banks and money market funds have both been bailed out when they have broken the buck effectively. So what this moment shows us is kind of how far behind regulation is of the stablecoin universe and there have been calls at various points to treat stablecoins like banks because there are some similarities between the way that they're structured. But under current rules, there's no sort of legal obligation for them to demonstrate that they have assets to back up their pegs already policing of what it is that calls self a stable coin. And so what do you think the goal of regulators should be roughly? Do you think these types of investments will or should be allowed to fail? It is an interesting question. This let them fail idea because in some ways to failure of terror is a good thing. I mean, not for the people that were holding it, but it was a very poorly designed project and mechanism. A lot of crypto industry insiders who'd looked at it closely seemed to think that its failure was inevitable. It just took this sort of big market route for it to become unstuck. And markets are supposed to sort the wheat from the chaff and that is precisely what they did here, given enough time. And if you zoom out to the big picture, what you want, find out all regulation to achieve if you want it to guard against systemic risks and you also wanted to protect investors from being ripped off. The failure of terror clearly wasn't systemic, you haven't seen it fell the entire financial system. But that doesn't mean that they can just sit around and wait for other stable coins to fail. In particular, tether, it may well be big enough to be systemically important. People think that it might be one of the largest holders of corporate debt in the world. And if it were to fail and dump all those assets, you could see really nasty ripples through other financial markets. So I think that there definitely is a case to intervene. You do want things like this to fail if they're unworthy, but that doesn't mean that you can just sit around and wait for them all to do it. And Alice, you'll also be talking more about this when you host our sister podcast money talks this week, right? Yes, we will be dissecting all things markets. So stocks going down, bonds going down, crypto going down and the unraveling of terror and various other stablecoins. So if you haven't heard enough about crypto, then do listen in. You can hear it on Wednesday, wherever you get your podcasts. All right, sounds great, Alice. Thanks so much for joining us today. Thank you, John. For a lot more analysis like this, subscribe to The Economist. To find the best introductory offer wherever you are, just go to economist dot com slash intelligence offer. In India, heat waves that typically start in May 1st showed up in March, and by now, it's blistering. Over the weekend, temperatures in some places crossed 48°C. That's a 118 Fahrenheit. In jodhpur, a city in India's northern state of Rajasthan, a tanker at sprayed people with water to cool them down. In Delhi, residents flocked to fill containers with drinking water imported by truck. The heat is uncomfortable, it's dangerous, and it's also been costly. On Saturday, India's government banned wheat exports, hoping to tame spiraling prices in the face of ruined harvests. But with temperatures expected to rise again this weekend, and with climate change firmly in people's minds, there are fears this extreme heat could become a new normal. Well, it's been really hot if you're outside, it feels like you're in a furnace. So I avoid going outdoors much during the day. But not that staying indoors is any better. I can get uncomfortable very quickly. If you don't have an air conditioner, this new palmar oven is a data journalist for The Economist. They've been reports from Gujarat, which is the state invest in India where birds were falling from the sky because they were dehydrated and exhausted. So it's just been really, really hot. And that's much hotter than it historically gets? Yes. But the past couple of months have been hotter than usual in South Asia, even when you look at, I mean, this is usually the time of the year before the monsoons, when you typically see eye temperatures, but the last two months have been much hotter than usual. We have had consecutive days in the mid 40°. And the other unusual part is how early the hot weather has started and how large a geographic area is affecting its affecting large parts of north India, past of South India, is even gone stretched to parts of Pakistan as well. The data confirms this. This is the highest temperature since records began 122 years ago. And it doesn't look like it's easing up meteorologists are predicting more squashing temperatures later this week. And so how are people dealing with those now historical heats? Well, it's doing very dangerous for poor Indians to sort of expose to the heat the most. Many of them live in temporary homes that get billed out of things like heat metal. These structures have no windows, no proper ventilation, they turn into ovens very easily and for them it's very difficult to actually cook with it. Many of them won't have access to air conditioning and many of them suffer from electricity power. So for them, it's very difficult. And it's especially difficult in places where there's high humidity, like in Chennai, which is a city in the south on the east coast. The humidity there is making things really dangerous. This is largely because our vulnerability to heat as humans depends on our ability to select sweat evaporates and cools the skin, but in more humid places such evaporation is harder. So the combination of heat and humidity, which is measured by something called a wet bulb temperature is very dangerous, sustained exposure to wealth temperatures, exceeding 35° is considered fatal, but even at 32° exposure can be exceedingly harmful. And in this heat wave, there have been already a couple of days in Chennai where this wet bulb temperature has exceed 32°. So it's having a big impact on people. And different city governments are trying the best now to respond in different ways. And the question when presented with these historical highs and so on is always whether or not it can be pinned on climate change. What connection do we think there is to climate change in this case? I think it's definitely an example of what happens when things get hot, which is where the world is headed with climate change. So I think climate scientists have noticed that he plays around the world, having made more common and hotter because of climate change. The world is on average 1.1 to 1.3° warmer than in pre industrial times. And according to IPCC, UN body, even if he managed to capture this rise to less than 2° by the end of the century, half of the global population will have been exposed to life threatening heat and humidity. India, of course, is especially vulnerable. The number of heat wave days in India has increased, but it's just not the heat. India is also experiencing more frequent serious weather events like exceptional levels of rains during monsoons.

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"jodhpur" Discussed on Real Dictators

Real Dictators

07:08 min | 2 months ago

"jodhpur" Discussed on Real Dictators

"At the belt. Hindenburg is a walking caricature of Prussian militarism. Sword dangling Chester washed with medals. His illustrious military career extends as far back as the Austro Prussian war of 1866. Opposing him is the humble little Corporal. But that's exactly how the Nazis want to play it. They are a party not of the untitled, not even of the country. But of the people. The folk. Where Hindenburg rambles about old Prussian glories, Hitler keeps his message simple. It's about freedom and bread. Goebbels sums it up with another neat slogan. Honor Hindenburg, vote Hitler. There is a fly in the ointment. Remember when Hitler renounced his Austrian citizenship back in 1925. He has been stateless ever since. Not yet, German at all. In fact, he is not legally permitted to run for high office. Fortunately, there's been a bit of chicanery. On February 25th, the minister of the interior of the state of Brunswick appoints Hitler as a special attache. Upon Hitler is conferred the citizenship of Brunswick and with it automatically of the Weimar Republic. Adolf Hitler has spent his whole life fantasizing about this moment. He is Atlas officially a German. As the days count down, Hitler embarks on another massive speaking tour. There are gimmicks deployed, pioneering ones. The Nazis mount loudspeakers on trucks that roll through the streets of Germany, broadcasting the party's message. There are 50,000 gramophone records of Hitler's speeches mailed out. Hitler makes a publicity film that is projected at night in public squares across the country. The first ever party political broadcast. They will soon be a budget people's radio and offer. The Volkswagen finger, the people's receiver, so you can invite uncle Dolph into your parlor. As a brand, the Nazis are becoming something else. They are not just a party, but a movement. Selling a lifestyle and wandered serious merge. There are Nazi buttons, badges, mugs, ashtrays, Hitler posters, and all featuring that trademark logo, the broken arm cross of the swastika, copied with the most supreme of ironies from an ancient Hindu peace symbol. Professor Claudia coons Germany had trading cards that came with chewing gum, tobacco, candy. And the Nazi Party produced albums that people could fill in with color, cards, of the Nazi Party leadership of Hitler's childhood, cards showing Nazi Party doctrine. And so you got the album for free, and every time you bought a particular brand of cigarettes, you would get a trading card. And somewhere more rare than others. And so this was popular and it integrated consumerism with politics. But the host vessel song already bagged as an anthem. Tootsie hamstring comes up with a chant that the faithful can use at rallies. A fan of American football from his time in the U.S. is inspired by the yell that resounded across the bleachers at his old university. It becomes Sieg heil, Sieg heil. The stiff right armed salute goes with it. The length of time one is able to sustain it becomes a mark of one's manhood. It's said that Hitler can keep it up for 7 hours. In this new Nazi universe, no detail is left to chance. The Nazis even have their own typeface, fracture, an ornate gothic script it's used in all official documentation. In an effort to spruce themselves up. A clothes designer is brought in. Enter a man named Hugo boss. Whose fashions are already getting some attention. A Nazi Party member and personal sponsor of the SS. Hugo boss works wonders with his favorite units uniform. He has his seamstresses knock up a tight fitting all black ensemble of tunic, jodhpurs, and jackboots. One that promotes an upright posture. Incorporated into the design is an old Prussian regimental badge. A skull emblazoned on the cap. Throw in the lightning bolt motif, the figure hugging leathers, and this is racy stuff. Only one whip away from S&M professor Nicholas have shown us what you have is consistency and control across the brand signifiers. Everything from uniforms to typeface to symbols to rituals. There is an extraordinary degree of coherence and coordination. The interesting question is why. It's partially answered by Hitler himself. See a parent is spent hours in Munich public library, digging up symbols and sites to use. He paid huge attention to a matters of symbolism. And this was what he was all about. None of its original, not the fascist salute the seek high or anything else. But there is a consistent coordination, a house style, and in particular we mentioned Hugo boss. They really did understand male vanity. There's a photograph of major general fortune syringing the Scottish division to Erwin Rommel. In 1940, in France, and the contrast couldn't be more great. General fortune is wearing a kind of baggy boiler suit. And Rommel is dressed to the 9s in tight fitting well tailored. Field gray uniform with the on cross, standing seductively over his chest. And absolutely screaming supremacy and hubris with the booths and all of it. They cost him the nation. Nazism is very male thing, and they really get it at so many levels, which other regimes just dead. It's a visual feast. It really leaves the brain reading. And that is the whole point to a neutralized consciousness. That is what they achieved. The Nazis have thought of everything. There are plans in place for a utilitarian Nazi vehicle, a people's car, the Volkswagen its prototype, nicknamed the beetle due to its bug like shape. Will be.

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"jodhpur" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

The Guilty Feminist

05:35 min | 4 months ago

"jodhpur" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

"Can we talk about the scene with Jonathan Groff? You'll be fine. King George will be back famously. Yes. And in mind hunter. As the plastic surgeon from looking as well, Anthony begs Carrie to go with him. So he doesn't go too far and have too much done. But Stanford had booked in a consultation for joint facelifts, his and his face. Which I don't know. It's never traded on his look. Stanford's always been about the personality and the kind of like he's always been like, I'm like, you know, quirky looking and bald and not in that, you know, he's not playing in that end of the swimming pool with the very first ripped gay men. Anthony was always into my looks and what was the des that I've got. I've got a good hair and a high tie dance. Yes, that's right. I can do a lot better. But anyway, Stafford's booked this, Antony's going, Carrie agrees to go with him. And Carrie is wearing, can I just linger on a point of costumery here? The most glorious. I've looked online. I don't know where she got it from. I mean, it's going to be out of my league anyway, but I just wanted to have a look. Wide legged trouser suit, burgundy, with underneath there's what we call braces and what Americans call suspenders. It's just so divine. It's the great is one of the great sexuality costumes in my mind. Yeah. And she was wearing it later in the picnic scene as well. Which I'm so glad it got a second outing because so often these outfits are in one split second scene and then you don't see them again. It was gorgeous and I totally knowing your fashion sense. It's so up your alley. The street shows the clean lines, just it's so strong but also incredibly feminine and graceful. If that's a word that could be used to see it and are influenced by it and start making accessible versions of it. If you are Bianca spender and listening to this podcast, why wouldn't she be? Yeah, Australian designer, glorious. If you could make something like that for me. I mean, obviously sell it to other people as well. But it's the shoulder pads as well. It's this lovely and high waisted long, it reminds me very much of something from the late 80s or early 90s. It's kind of a modern take on that boxy jacket. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, the working girl. But it's so now, like it's so fresh and yet hints at and the color is so it's like this rusty burgundy red stunning. Also, the outfit she was wearing in the opening scene as well, can I just while we're on fashion? She was wearing like jodhpurs and shirt and jacket and the colors and the textures and the shape. I just it was her. I know, but it was a little bit Penelope Keith into the manor born..

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"jodhpur" Discussed on The Gridiron Guide

The Gridiron Guide

03:03 min | 8 months ago

"jodhpur" Discussed on The Gridiron Guide

"Would you ship them off. I worship muff. He after this is probably his best game of the year he will have the best game. the johnson saw w guitar double digit targets for the second week and he led the team yards and he ran a play that they normally record for a chase klay pool. So i'll probably look at moving schuster He's he's a third. he's a fourth option. That team the you know. There's three options on. Its on on that rosser Tossing tight end to fire. Move in ibra. So you're not you're videos. Dang watch video company goes me was as long as my volumes. Nothing my silence good. Oh yeah all right. Now i got players got three players here. You got anyone else. Oh you're making panic players to ship off you want to go. I got three. Read all your name. John taylor. I had him on their client Davis okay. aj brown. I would panic. When aj brown the offense nevermind thing i dig. Yeah yeah aj. Brian pentacle him. A little bit We thought we will see something. Similar was last year I don't know if this is ryan tannehill or what. Maybe his ryan a hill but I would dave brown. He's not he's not performing to them again. Why receiver one. He's wirelessly with three at this point. Who told them not redrafting though. Yeah we did it way did nobel. Listen all right this next segment. I plays the ship off. Like i said i got three the first one johnson mixing the guy's got to wait who john o. Makes it camping. The boomer sooner forty nine carries on the year got two hundred twenty total yards his usages sky high. Right now we all know. Captain joe gets her so if they're working on this much he is not gonna laugh for seventeen game season chip him off. He's got good valley. I was i would piggyback off because i had mix in there They they're in the slowest pace offense in the nfl right now which is crazy to think. Last year they pass bali crazy this year. They're in the game More because their defense a little better than people expected so they've been they've been in in the contest and i bring them joel jodhpur along slow to see that the ramp up Next couple of weeks. Joe mixing to be anywhere near the the leader the rushing rushing yards so sell so sell them. Y you can for sure. I agree with that One guy got on here is a guy with a with the same office march as though he is leaving the league in leila team area yards. Which is what you like to see. But.

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"jodhpur" Discussed on The Guardian Books Podcast

The Guardian Books Podcast

05:07 min | 11 months ago

"jodhpur" Discussed on The Guardian Books Podcast

"O'clock they'd stay up drinking to in the morning of my memories of sitting on the says listened for drunk and singing and happy was very very happy bunch of people to me. It was what i did. Was the women the rugby wives. Myra annoy all these. These fantastic only glittery jumpers all now reordering gin and tonics singing and laughing amazing amazing the advertising as well but there was just a great big gay streak and even as a kid. That just responded to those more women of that famous. I love the you say that when you die he still hoppy wake that which makes me think that they put on a good spread. Oh i don't think i must choice. It's just what my advice for some of us. Just ignore me. It is it's classic. It's a lovely old sausage rolls ticket wings. That sort of stuff if there was like a big win or something and there was gonna be those fantastic women in this buckley jodhpurs putting on a buffet on this table. You you've got you play you walk up what you're gonna get oh al chicken wings and nowadays inside which is a much nicer thing. Obviously and sausage rome. I love us but actually it's like it was better merge young. I'm kind of lying because it was a bit more. The element of when these women have the element of potluck to it and actually need women. Great cooks properly. Great cook so that be casseroles and stews. My mother was extraordinary. Cook she work all day. She was a teacher. She come overnight. She she also buco tonight also book. I mean who was awesome food cone of uncertainty. And that's the kind of ship she was. She made the only thing she ever made. The failed was rum baba. She made own run baba's they were just awful and that was that was a from she. She traveled debate. She was she was bigger than my mother. Bless her she was. She was an amazing coach. You would think nothing. She lived in the kitchen. She's dumb stood at all day long and just putted cooked cooked to the fritters. Just jam packed all the time she loved it. And then she made tasty caccia sandjak. She's let's have cockles. Jack just things like that. So i know those things allies ordinary food to me. That's i of that.

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"jodhpur" Discussed on Frequencia Urbana Podcast

Frequencia Urbana Podcast

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"jodhpur" Discussed on Frequencia Urbana Podcast

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"jodhpur" Discussed on Masters Decoded

Masters Decoded

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"jodhpur" Discussed on Masters Decoded

"Of March. Twenty twenty that let let us. Take this to the world. That's beautiful and. You know it takes A. It takes. A big heart to actually give up everything to do what you're doing. And what I understand, you actually had a well paying job. You have. To give up everything to do this is just Just. It's a dream come true for somebody like me as well. You I know you're going to cover this on a bike. I'm a biker to And I. Dream that one day I would do a road trip unfortunately, my health I have a back problem I can't sit on a bike for that long. but if not bike I'll take my car but to your point India has so many great things to watch and see. And you know it's on imaginable and you're right. There's been a lot of stereotyping which has been done specifically travel and tourism. India you people think about Taj. About India the people think about going India people think about Caroline India. And they they they dreading because there's too much traffic too much pollution too much of liberty, but actually it is not. So. Many goodness out there. And everybody has their own troubles. It's not just in India. Yeah. Just great what you're doing. So you start your journey few days now. I'm forced. I walked over and thank you I. Know It's less days left. So there will a lot of planning going on in doing. So Talk A. Little bit about that planning in. How are you planning to do? What is the route you're taking i? I believe right now you're in. Jaipur. So how would that route start and they would you go all about? Brennan scientists do this. You know a life it also the love boys loved their hometown. Yes, and you'll comfortable. So I thought Let's start with Roseanne and I made the night in. His will cover which will cover up. It's a very, well planned in depth and very intricately woven identity to showcase because my dad's the showcase stories at no, because people don't. Actually. 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They talk about these birds and how d villagers actually are earning livelihood because of those birds because that's a lot of funding coming into the village from all around the world where they are offering grains and I was watching there is this elderly gentleman on his back. He picked up a big gunnybag off grains and then spreads and I couldn't really understand what he's doing, and then suddenly see birds coming around. Beautiful. And they call it the the the you know they call it the the parise or the the angels who've come into the Gra to that village, and that key is a very remote village in very very. Yes it looks very ordinary venue you when you drive through it but. You know. Listen, and you're not these domiciles rains come to eat salt. Yeah and the idea is to show and and also to do you know encourage children. Of the country that all they can learn and what all they can to and self sufficiency. is also very, very important. And.

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"jodhpur" Discussed on Lance McAlister

Lance McAlister

10:56 min | 2 years ago

"jodhpur" Discussed on Lance McAlister

"I we're all in seven hundred already. Seven hundred wwl W sportstalk till nine gamble. Infants abrupt the reality check at that point later on this hour. Pat Brennan from the enquirer talks a little FC Cincinnati coming up in the eight o'clock hour. It's tonight tonight's the ten year anniversary of the cyclones winning the Kelly Cup that was their second in three years. We'll talk with the voice of the cyclones at the time John Hamill. We'll talk with the coach of the cyclones. At the time Chuck Weber. They'll check in at eight. Oh five eight twenty and then Doug Flynn the glue at eight thirty five tonight. I happened to notice. Today is the anniversary of his first Major League home run. Imagine being twenty four years old playing for the big red machine in nineteen seventy five. You get to replace Joe Morgan in the seventh inning. Your parents are in the stands and you get your first Major League home run. I dropped Doug. Flynn note on facebook today. He said sure I'll come on so he's coming on at eight thirty six tonight to talk about that moment so we are loaded up between now and nine o'clock alright excited to get with our next guest. Because I saw saw Fox nineteen in a story that the German rounded and I said all right I gotta talk with him because this is clearly like sweeping the tri-state it is Joe. Borough Jersey Mania that is unfolding the search for the number nine Joe Borough Jersey and who better to turn to than the epicenter of it. All the iconic cook sporting goods on Fourth Fourth Street downtown. Let's welcome in Eric Cook Eric Lance McAlister. How are you? I'm doing great? How're you doing tonight? I am very well and I'm glad you could spend a few minutes. Take Take Back Joe. Borough was drafted April twenty third. How would you describe the demand for the Joe Borough Jersey since that night? Well to be honest with you. It started about a week before that we were taking pre orders for season and really didn't know what we were getting ourselves into. We ordered a couple of hundred thinking. Well we older too. Many of these are people really going to be buying into this. You know and then you know we. We were closed down for a couple of weeks. We opened up last Tuesday morning and it was like Christmas morning. We had twenty boxes or burrow jerseys waiting for us and by Wednesday they were just about all gone mad old man. I think. Everybody's frame of reference is back to Curson Palmer. Do you have a rely recollection of anything like this? When Carson was drafted it's not even close you. Know Carson was heisman trophy winner first round. Pick but he wasn't Jodhpur phenomenon. I don't I don't really understand it fully but the build up around Joe Borough compared to Carson Palmer. It's night and day thrill. Media is much much bigger so as you mentioned you are. Now you're open right now. Is that correct? We are yes. We opened our doors. Turn the lights back on. Last Tuesday morning we have all the safety measures in place plexiglass masks or required by anybody coming in so we've been Having walking customer guys last week yeah do you. Do you have the borough jerseys in stock or do you have to order them at this point? We're still okay if you have if you're three xl or if you're a toddler or you side we have those in stock still Every other size we ran out of like I said before. Probably in a day or so We went through a couple of hundred so we actually have more on order. They are telling us at Nike that we should expect him. Hopefully by the middle of June. Give me an idea of what say for an adult size. Something that I would wear. What is the cost of Joe? Borough JERSEY. There eighty nine ninety nine. There's three different Nike Jersey. That they make this is the cheaper of the three And Really Nike's had a manufacturing issue because of covid nineteen. They've had to shut down a lot of their facilities. Where they make these jerseys so really. They're only able to do the cheaper one four now. They told us during the season. They should have more. Hopefully knock on wood Capabilities to make all the others. I just checked my twitter feed and I have a question from listener. Only one of my listeners can have this question I will toss it to you. You See. Chris wants to know he has a Curson Palmer Jersey. Can he bring it in? Have you strip the Palmer off in so borough in? Yesterday I had a feeling that might come up. Yeah yes we have done that before. We can certainly do that just happened. Get in touch with us You know the great things about the bengals. They love recycling numbers. You know. It's not just you from Rudy in the center dent. Then Jeremy Hill. That might be more of a cost. Effective way of doing the The Borough Jersey even buying new absolutely talking about Joe Borough Jersey Mania that has unfolding. Were at the epicenter of all of it with Eric. Cook from Cook Sporting goods on Fourth Street downtown. Let me let me switch over to the reds for a second they had built up so much momentum in the offseason with so many signings did that translate into reds fans wanting reds jerseys. This off season you know I have a feeling it would. That's one of the negative things and of course we have to keep everything perspective with everything going on in the world but we were really looking forward to a bigger red season than we've had in a lot of years and because we were shut down for a couple of months we haven't seen it You know which is a shame but again I think whenever they do start to play ball again. I think there will be that excitement again so I think everybody in the city is open for that question related to the reds Shogo Akiyama if someone wants a Shogo Jersey does the back have shogo or does it have Akiyama. Well I hope it has ocoee. I'm not you can go the other way too. That's beautiful. I love the flexibility. I've also always struck by this and I saw what I went to your website again today. You guys have been around this true. You guys have been around since eighteen eighty eight that is correct actually myself my cousin Ryan Cutting Kathy word of generation. We're working there now. So we've been around for a while not always telling sporting goods but but you know we started with theater curtains. And things like that and we've evolved a bit over a year. Yeah what those listening. Who who want more about the Borough Jersey WanNa look online? What's your website? It's www dot cook sports dot com Cookie Style Funky K. O. C. H. S. P. O. T. S. COOKS DOT COM. Hey great catching up. Appreciate the insight and best of luck going forward. I appreciate it. Thanks thanks Eric. There you go eric. Cook Cook Sporting Goods Fourth Street downtown. They can't keep in. Everybody Wants Joe Borough Jersey. With Casey earlier today about jerseys he has purchased. We've purchased or him birthdays Christmas. A you name it over the years and the luck he has had with players who he's got the Jersey of then being traded or leaving free agency put together a really lengthy list. All right. Pat Brennan fills us in on the new FC Cincinnati coach. Coming up at seven. Thirty six will continue though. It's Arnelle carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey. Chevrolet Arnelle carriers your global transportation provider visit our LLC DOT COM Kelsey Chevrolet Open for sales and service with a new state of the Art Collision Repair Center coming in July. Seven hundred wliw seven twenty two seven hundred wwl wrol carriers sports dot presented by Kelsey Chevrolet. Thanks for tagging along tonight. I can offer you in blog form and podcast for everything that happens on the show. The blog will give you various like today. If you go there I have This date nineteen seventy five and calling the reds and mets game including the Star of the game with Nuxie. Listen to that on your time. Also through the the blog at seven hundred wwl W dot com and the IHEART radio APP which is free to download in fact the the iheartradio APP. They'd given me my own podcast page so if you have the APP you type in my name it will pull up a page. That has everything goes out on the air that you can listen back on on your time. If you Miss Dave Miley earlier in the show if you missed Rick Green the Cup of coffee story last night The Reds Pitcher for one major league game. If you Miss Coley Harvey the former Bengals beat writer last night or my conversation with Jae. Mun The price Sycamore High School who has a role in the movie chance. Tom Nichols told stories from the minor. Leagues earlier this week. Scott Gugans of UC baseball talked about The changes to the draft and and what the process is means for his roster. Going forward all of that can be found. And then listen to an clicked on on your time through the blog at seven hundred wwl w an dot com and the IHEART radio APP right. Oh follow up on the Jersey talking with Erik. Cook from Cook Sporting goods Casey and I put together this list earlier. Today of Jerseys. He got in some way shape or form birthday Christmas. You name it that those players there. There's like a curse that those players then moved on for whatever reason to another team he had Carson Palmer and then Carson was gone. Had Sean Casey a forget the day I had to tell Casey that Sean. Casey was traded to the pirates handed pitcher David Williams. That went that Jersey. We had a Jeff Clevinger Jersey. And then he was gone. We got a T J JERSEY. Then he was gone. He's a big Miami Heat Fan. Hey Chris Bosh he Chris Bosh and then Chris. Bosh developed the blood disorder and was done. Playing basketball had an Adam Dunn Jersey. He Got Traded Brandon Phillips Jersey. He got traded. He had Lebron Lebron left in free agency from the cavaliers. He had a Kevin Durant Kevin. Durant la left okay. See he had dwayne Wade who left the heat and then came back the only one he joked he has had over the years that the player has remained. Is His guy ally manning his favorite quarterback I was reading Who Was it was rick? Reilly googling stuff on on Jersey sales today and I found Rick Reilly. Pc written want to say about a decade ago on the rules of Jerseys and he had written wearing Jersey used to be for kids now. People with actual jobs are wearing them the wrote at six. It's adorable at thirty six deplorable women and jerseys fine. But Dude you're really going to. You're going out with another man's name on your back to you. Have no male pride. I've got a couple of jerseys I've got. I've got a broad Royal Jersey going to King Griffey Junior Mariners Jersey have an old Sammy Sosa Cubs Jersey. I Have My Baseball Heaven Jersey with my name on the background like wearing that out but he listed his Jersey rules one. He says you may not wear Jersey past the age of twenty nine. Well that seems rather harsh He says the exceptions a you're immediately related to the person whose name is on the back or be. You are the person whose name is on the back. Jersey.

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"jodhpur" Discussed on Lance McAlister

Lance McAlister

07:05 min | 2 years ago

"jodhpur" Discussed on Lance McAlister

"All right. We're rolling seventy eight already. Seven hundred wwl W sportstalk till nine gamble. Infants abrupt the reality check at that point later on in this hour. Pat Brennan from the inquire talks a little FC Cincinnati. Coming up in the eight o'clock hour it's Tonight is the ten year anniversary of the cyclones winning the Kelly Cup. That was their second in three years. We'll talk with the voice of the cyclones at the time John Hamill. We'll talk with the coach of the cyclones. At the time Chuck Weber. They'll check in at eight. Oh five eight twenty and then Doug Flynn the glue at eight thirty five tonight. I happened to notice. Today is the anniversary of his first Major League home run. Imagine being twenty four years old playing for the big red machine in nineteen seventy five. You get to replace Joe Morgan. In the seventh in your parents are in the stands. And you get your first Major League home run. I dropped. Doug Flynn note on facebook today and he said sure. I'll come on so he's coming on at eight thirty six tonight to talk about that moment so we are loaded up between now and nine o'clock alright excited to get with our next guest because I watched Fox nineteen in a story that the German routed and I said all right. I've got to talk with him. Because this is clearly like sweeping the tri-state it is Joe Borough Jersey Mania that has unfolding the search for the number nine Joe Borough Jersey and who better than the epicenter of it. All the iconic cook sporting goods on Fourth Fourth Street downtown. Let's welcome in Eric. Cook Eric Lance McAlister. How are you? I'm doing great? How're you doing tonight? I am very well and I'm glad you could spend a few minutes. Take take me. Back Joe. Borough was drafted April twenty third. How would you describe the demand for the Joe Borough Jersey since that night? Well to be honest with you. It started about a week before that we were taking pre orders for these and really didn't know what we were getting ourselves into. We ordered a couple of hundred thinking. Well we older too. Many of these are people really going to be buying into this. You know and then you know we we we. We were closed down for a couple of weeks. We opened up last Tuesday morning and it was like Christmas morning. We had twenty boxes or burrow jerseys waiting for us and by Wednesday they were just about all gone bad. Oh Man I think everybody's frame of reference is back to Curson Palmer. D Do you have a rely recollection of anything like this when Carson was drafted. It's not even close. You Know Carson with Heisman Trophy winner first round pick but he wasn't Jodhpur phenomenon. Either I don't really understand it fully but the build up around Joe Burrell compared to Carson Palmer. It's night and day thrill. Media is much much bigger so as you mentioned you are. Now you're open right now. Is that correct? We are yes. We opened our doors. Turn the life back on last Tuesday morning. We have all the faith measures in place by the glass masks are required by anybody coming in so we've been Having walking customers as of last week yeah do you. Do you have the borough jerseys in stock or do you have to order them? At this point. We're still okay if you have if you're three. Xl Or if you're a toddler or a youth size we have those in stock still Every other size he ran out of like I said before. Probably in a day or so We went through a couple of hundred so we actually have more on order. They are telling us at Nike that we should expect him. Hopefully by the middle of June. Or give me an idea of what say for an adult size. Something that I would wear. What is the cost of Joe? Borough JERSEY. There eighty nine ninety nine. There's three different Nike Jerseys. If they make this is the cheaper of the three And Really Nice. He's had a manufacturing issue because of covid nineteen. It had to shut down a lot of their capabilities. Where they make these jerseys so really there only able to do the cheaper one four now. They told us during the season. They should have more. Hopefully knock on wood Capabilities to make all the others. I just checked my twitter feed and I have a question from listener. Only one of my listeners can have this question I will toss it to you. You See. Chris wants to know he has a Curson Palmer Jersey. Can he bring it in? Have you strip the Palmer off in so borough in? Yesterday I had a feeling that might come up. Yes we have done that before. We can certainly do advertising. Get in touch with us You know the of the great things about the bengals. They love recycling numbers you know from Rudy Daunton. The center dent then Jeremy Hill. That might be more of a cost. Effective way of doing the The burgers even buying a new one. Absolutely talking about Joe Borough Jersey Mania. That is unfolding. Were at the epicenter of all of it with Eric. Cook from Cook Sporting goods on Fourth Street downtown. Let me let me switch over to the reds for a second they had built up so much momentum in the offseason with so many signings did that translate into reds fans wanting reds jerseys. This off season you know I have a feeling it would. That's one of the negative things. And of course we have to keep everything perspective with everything going on in the world but we were really looking forward to a bigger red season than we've had in a Lotta years and because we were shut down for a couple of months we haven't seen it You know which is a shame but again I think whenever they start to play ball again. I think there will be that excitement again so I think everybody in the city is open for that question related to the Regin Shogo Akiyama if someone wants to show Jersey does the back have shogo or does it have well. I hope it has ocoee on our current store. Not You can go the other way too. That's beautiful. I love the flexibility. I've also always struck by this and I saw this when I went to your website again today. You guys have been around this true. You guys have been around since eighteen eighty eight. That is correct. Actually myself my cousin Ryan Cutting Kathy. Where the fifth generation? We're all working there now. So we've been around for a while not always telling sporting goods but but you know I think we started with theater. Curtains and things like that and have evolved a bit over the years. Yeah what for those listening. Who who want more about the Borough Jersey WanNa look online? What's your website? Www DOT cook sports dot com Cookie Spelled Funky K. O. C. H. S. P. O. R. T. S. Cook School Dot Com. Hey It is a great catching up. Appreciate the insight and best of luck going forward. Thanks thanks Eric. There you go eric. Cook Cook Sporting Goods Fourth Street downtown. They can't keep up in. Everybody wants a job earlier. A talking with Casey earlier today about jerseys he has purchased we've purchased or him birthdays Christmas. A you name it over the years and the luck he has had with the players who he's got the Jersey of then. Being traded or leaving free agency can put together a really lengthy list. All right Pat Brennan fills us in on the new. Fc FC Cincinnati coach coming up at seven thirty six will continue. Though it's Arnelle carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet Arnelle carriers your global transportation provider visit our LLC DOT COM and Kelsey Chevrolet Open for sales and service with a new state of the Art Collision Repair Center coming in July seven. Hundred W W..

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"jodhpur" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"jodhpur" Discussed on WSB-AM

"To make sure we have a process that every American gets their money quickly this money does people no good if it shows up in four months and we will deliver on that promise and we have one more from but we need to get money to small businesses and American workers and that's what we're doing within two weeks the first payments will be direct deposited into taxpayers account so you think that most people gonna feel some significant relief pretty quickly Wes you're really you're the staggering unemployment numbers out of the Jodhpur today was obviously just the tip of the iceberg but really the numbers don't look at it a six point six million ten million unemployment claims the last few weeks ten million people the good news for those folk music for the next one big yet enhanced unemployment of your Max was three hundred a week now you're gonna get nine hundred dollars a week I mean you're talking about almost a grand a week is a fifty thousand dollars a year equivalent salaries so all even though they're they're staggering numbers of unemployment it doesn't mean these people are gonna have a paycheck and and this is for fun great you don't long time in arguably the the scenario with covert nineteen the virus itself should be dramatically better in in Q. June and July yes as it seems to be I'm not for right now we all have our fingers crossed that right now is what we're going to have to deal with and we're not going to get something else very soon I guess the bigger question is can can these banks get the loans to businesses that are needed in an expedited fashion so that we don't lose too many businesses in this sorry baby you're saying that once the loan documents are process which by the way just start Tuesday today is the very first day you can apply R. D. this supposedly once that goes through for the bank to the SBA the treasury the money should be released immediately so these are not I was thinking these are going to be two to four weeks before people get money it might be a lot a lot quicker than that I might be within the next week could be within the next so I'm looking at this in days error not weeks god willing to help you then you can keep people on the table and that's the so the whole concept here is as a business the help of the loans that you get become grants meaning you don't have to pay them back if we get to December and you have not fired employees right is that well it's actually the date is June thirtieth really it it it really is a window between now and the summer and they they take a look at the you get alone let's say next week in you've got fifteen employees by if you have it on June thirtieth you still have those fifteen people and you've spent that money to keep payroll going rain's going to kill these it's not it's more than just a paycheck the government will take you okay you borrowed a hundred thousand dollars keep everything up and running the government will then say okay we forgive the hundred thousand well it's a yes a lot of money how is it pro modified but if I fire one of the fifteen do I lose everything and that's it I don't even know that anybody's looked into that deeply into it you have to keep every single person or.

"jodhpur" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"jodhpur" Discussed on KGO 810

"Disease nerve and kidney damage and problems with the eyes and feet one is a disease in which the your audience system destroys the insulin secreting cells in your pancreas are called beta cells type two is a disease in which a variety of factors combination and barman in jeans conspire so that you're no longer able to secrete enough insulin in the operative word is enough but you may be heavy maybe centers your body needs more but for some reason your papers can compensate the problem according to endocrinologist Dr Robert Rizza is that you can have diabetes and not know it that's why he encourages folks to be tested this is using a blood test and if you have a elevated watcher denture things you can do to stop it but you gotta know for more information talk with your healthcare provider or visit Mayo Clinic dot org Paul Starr and I live in the C. which has been running on TV for seven decades now we had a wonderful time doing that show her husband does he aren't as creative does he lose studios Lucy was the first one ends out in major studio in Hollywood we salute Lucille Ball the First Lady and television comedy media San Francisco celebrates women's history month seventy six John Rothman show continues we're making it easier for you to listen at home simply say Alexa play KGO eight ten once again here's John Rothman charity mailed the Jodhpur pardon me if I'm unduly critical but don't one million tests for the virus sound a little poultry when we have over three hundred million people in the country I turned into the president's press conference today all I was hearing with people congratulating each other actually graduating him no actual information four one five eight zero eight zero eight Jan let's go to Pat calling from Pacific welcome to KGO thank you John yes of the point of.

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"jodhpur" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

11:28 min | 2 years ago

"jodhpur" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"What seven twenty garret Lewis with the here can STA M. seven ninety two sons of most stimulating talk we're gonna continue about a sixty eight the look cloudy today sunny right now the clouds come this afternoon seventies all weekend and warm which is nice we need a hundred ten again I never thought I'd root for under ten is quickly but let's hope that kills this Chinese virus we're gonna continue with state or mark Fincham for a second mark thank you for hanging on I appreciate it so when it comes down to it everything was agreed upon yesterday that the schools have to come up with alternative curriculum get in the hands of parents this is a whole new a whole new ballgame here because some of it's going to be online but not every kid has the internet not every kid as the high speed stuff I'm so so what is this looking like well all of the most important thing to realize is we are not done yet that's what everybody seems to be freaking out about we are going to have an emergency feed bill which basically is the funding for critical government services yeah that's everything from education to law enforcement's attention BMS all those specs but step number one step number two when I press the pause button on everything legislators because we don't we don't want to obligate ourselves that will cost taxpayers money and make the wrong move because we didn't wait just long enough for us to fully understand the situation that we're being presented with well we don't want to do is obligate the state to six hundred million dollars in funding Chris Clinton programs only have to come back to the mobile say closer to that we now run into a bigger problem than we thought we were gonna have to pull all that money back so you've got people who it's gonna all kinds of programs and or have that many commitments that's just not right so we're past whatever you can bet it will probably come back sometime mid to late April and finish the budget work that we have to do the legislation work that we have to do is a lot of good built in in the process we'll have been suspended just for this time to focus on financial the best and what I don't think our colleagues on the other side of the aisle seem to understand this is not a time for pandering this is not a time to throw five million and ten million it if you can't find the problem that you're finding wireless phone money at it we've got a number of programs already in place programs to help homeless programs to help folks who are at risk of foreclosure both the the financial obligation we're going to see if any of that now that we've seen western shut down and you know one of the things that I'm I'm really struggling with the policy maker so why is it that we're not trusting are food production food supply chain people first you know the folks in the last and a journalist and staff for example needs assistance apple the staff that we go in and we test one hundred percent of the employees and then come back one hundred percent nobody has this character okay so if you start going down that pathway you begin to find both service that can can remain open you are invalid at least some some semblance of normality and you're calling me anyone with grocery stores and other places where people are going to be going to get critical services like food water Hey listen mark as a germaphobe I'm with you but then it's like well you can test them but then three days later they might happen and you just don't know when they might not have it it's like everybody might have each gonna live your life yeah exactly and that's the thing that bothers me most about there appears to be a significant amount of fear mongering going on here and it's a quick hold on a second the statistical picture that we're receiving in some of the briefings that we're getting yeah just doesn't add up me explaining all of this it was very interesting to read the article put out by an Israeli virologist by well yep in the world I think you put me on to it yep that's right but yesterday he said thirty years yeah this is so overblown especially when we take into account the number of people who died from influenza now what's interesting about this is generally speaking has fallen sharply wine because one woman told us thank you for decades wash your hands I mean it's simple human hygiene hello hi team that is going to be a significant haymaker in this thing to be able to turn around and all the all I just read this information from the gentleman from Israel are you aware of the shard the Jodhpur shar yeah according to the article read analysis is simply saying looks out folks the **** this this is not making sense our response so I what's what's what are you thinking up there what are people thinking about the capital I me of lawmakers we can't we can't continue more than a couple more weeks doing this error Kanemi is just going to be so far gone it's going to be you know you never once it's too late but it's gonna be pretty damn close well a lot of work to do what we found out in the next seven days yeah I mean that's that's really going to be if it is this notion of what it means for if they truly happens then we have a handle on what is it that you mention the medication earlier and info Clark turned out that way that's what this is taking nothing out of quickly cycle there ended up being a great medication for HIV and some of the charity related offenses well once you're able to get that out with that but we're not there yet and that means that the phone's gonna have to pony up ten million dollars to help get that that medication many people as possible who who's been up the wheels of industry okay that may be something that will we will be glad that we ordered another spending today that we need to spend tomorrow exactly well that's why you can't just hope that the problem about directed exactly that's how Democrats and that's what they're doing right now up in the capital real quick mark mark Fincham Janice to game seven ninety California's a shelter in place is there any talk about going on up there at the state capitol for Arizona not that I'm aware of I mean we have we have asked all state employees at the capitol to work from home we set up another software version of software actions that were home our phones have been forwarded to them so that we can continue to serve people there's all we've even gone to suspend the rules so that members can call from home if necessary we've got I think eight or nine members through over sixty southern Minnesota population what leadership is said is look at least in the house I don't know if this is true in the Senate if if you're uncomfortable with being exposed the potential and we're going to set this up so that you can work from home and it's been a very effective response well we've been able to sustain sixty one members voted sixty members voting and sixty one of the problems that we have fifty members and has dissipated in voting and we're still getting the business of the people but okay so right now not happening not happening we're not not danger yet I don't and any any word I hospitals are at our hospitals being over run yet here in Arizona is all we hear is hospitals where every every day it's ten days away it's like global warming we're eight years away from the world ending every day it's weird weird seven to ten days away from the hospitals being overrun and it's been like that for weeks now court completely disturbing me about media they've gotten so here's to the hype yep and and I'm glad that there's media alike outlets like your show people have grown so accustomed to hide it currently there are no current now yep except when it comes to toilet paper thank that's that's what they need don't tell me when somebody gets coronavirus let me know once he pees in the grocery store wall and entered a good example the new year ordaining women poor let people aren't with the natural response R. yeah yeah so yes this incredibly horrible horrible reaction so my we just got to keep home by which to wash your hands wash Scribner in no we don't borrow good day home meals if you can work from home work from home those businesses that are able to empower their employees to do that are going to come through this pretty good attendant Kerr questions that businesses that are fake type businesses restaurants yeah are primarily the ones that but even after the brutal sprinkled yesterday just to give them some business total distancing I mean they were all going up and up and and we were cleaning like they always clean air quality when the queen Anne's revenge sources and in oral valley one Rinker lacking out and out there on a I mean they had everything apart cleaning their it's no chlorine so obviously they're doing their thing and they're continuing to serve Biggles increases cell there are ways to manage the I don't believe that this shelter in place thing is going and now it's a perfect set of both were kept very yes if you've got a population that is highly impacted right if they're going to call for a different response than one it's not yeah and of course now that we're going to see more testing we have course you're going to see more reports exactly but that's because we're testing more than anything and I don't respond comes running short on time and when you find out more we'll get you on obviously it's Friday next week it any craziness Democrats trying to do let me know about it let's call out any news just let my listeners know and I stay in touch with me okay and I'll stay in touch with you I'll be happy to do that thank probably going to be bigger all right let me know man I'm looking forward to it thank you mark take your state Rep mark Finchem right here on campus today the morning ritual with garret Lewis all right you know mark mentioned food it makes me hungry so you know a one of the great things to go get it and get your house because you cook in a 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"jodhpur" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

11:52 min | 2 years ago

"jodhpur" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Up to minutes or whatever to Winnipeg I should say after tonight's game and then finish up the back to back this is their ninth set of back to back games the fifteen at all this is the fourth one in the last three weeks which goes to that busy schedule the first one both games were at home that was right after Christmas those games against Montreal Detroit but the other three including this one both games on the road like get will take the center ice fees up the lightning I gets Victor ask Minnesota had been a first team that struggled in the first minus eleven in goal differential now by understand the lighting it led the league was eighteen of the first now for seventeen after giving up a goal to like I want to draw or to wait a second yeah I really don't have to wait seven whole cop please get back your side down the as it goes just like the first period started in early eighty six against Minnesota sixteen seconds in the draw comes back to Minnesota real estate Minnesota started in the first period so that there is a level of urgency and hunger in the defensive zone however they weren't very clean with some of their passes and that's where you could start to see the panic a little bit and just throw the puck up it down the ice and several license is the first in our first one already coming in the first twenty seconds of the second period rosters with this defense is the base of the oval stolen a double was able to get away from one year to center Victor Hedman bounces back in a court does feel dumb but this time in the office today one of the pocket thank you for full top by today once the young rue the right point for great circle full cost more to route you want to cry read out alive I can't may stay alive I got through it still a good Pat see here's the rebound down the asus gonna come back when the beginning in a back on the policy right to head I can it's not a race horses eighty eighty could maintain possession the job on a counterfeit here Spurgeon acrobat don't one of the Minnesota early second right wing pointed the ladies dealer connect etcetera B. from the center point is picked up my card where he with our circle and for today even for it Sir Nikita like whatever he the movie I did for love circle work possible twenty thirty two huge that hit traffic in front markets for you know after the rebound with the five year accessorize scored knocks it down he lost the momentarily begetting support for giving support to court was kind of a he went back researcher Gilles certificates wait around like that a lot with one little shot see see what can you hold on lighting makers speeding very well at the start of the second period not quite two minutes into the second the trail one nothing making making a couple nice place to entry in the offensive zone and he looks so much more confident when he has the puck on a stick right now he's continuing the play well and generate offense be in the dirty areas what he needs to be and come up with those please the rally after the giants beat go call you waiting with fifteen it's six of the base off circle the first price one by desoto greenway at the center city from beyond the red one that we've all faced replace after the love for finally get up walk for circuit Jeffrey way at the back of the right suitor looked suited few seconds to lock conflict over today Israeli does not stand close to seven is that a traffic jam jeans AT and with food or a quick categorize heart right wing beats Spurgeon ladies over total subplot re bad is going to skip the chapter left when the cancer death for first aid for Kevin Shattenkirk unlike the surgeon in the near court reference staff goes touches naturally to seven three and three the backing of the Dayton peace plan you got one of the early the sex so early is broken up by suitor by the Minnesota don't the writers that apartment was the down the ice gonna be the racing I was not a good pass from harden into green way now you got tired Minnesota guys stuck out there seventeen twenty four left in the second one nothing while another good entry by the lightning Anthony's rally this time doing it all alone he's trying to retrieve the puck in the morning even though Minnesota comes up with that we saw this a few times and I mentioned it earlier from the first shift they're struggling to get through the neutral zone which is an area the lighting up and really good at defensively and it's forcing up the ice the puck stall and only one for food choppered circle expressed by Spurgeon who dropped forty five it is a feeling at the plate of the reports help make Donat left wing freedom for the shot walked out of the player right there by heart part of the other way like when George green with the lighting in one circle small block by right because we got a call to down to the lobby good job except across the idol of circles on his watch by Greg for example like now Minnesota can complete line teams sixteen fifty nine left in the second one nothing while it back check to buy right make done on that one it was a three on two additionally what it looks like to start is great point gets caught supporting the gonna gonna get all the way down the ice and make sure he takes away that our man in the high slot area pointed solve the rate of stay locked and it's worn by the while still I got to play this is self many possibilities of Hedman retrieve speculating for young readers little let's support plot and what are exiting pursues what sort of read it pulls up the all wheel to the left only three point beyond rude or to recoup the high five points one rebound sixty by today will be the middle of the rudest in a point shot by super well in Eric Staal plus out to center all the red line backing incident it ceases route is first to it finally met leave the primary plot ninety Dow one nothing in the second watch out of his own point is after a break point wins it cutting is Waycross black I thought it had been opened back in front of more to come right Sir robin what point had been shot that was an easy sixty for sale what follows up with one of the numbers across the pocket right Sir reporter could drop the creature Kevin chapter Jodhpur protected centerpoint backing shop with screen went live last three batters news one airport zipping it out he breakaway pursuit for the rebate is cleared by more down the ETS that's amazing the big dog in the offense zone was very slow to get up which led to some of the problems lighting out on coverage back the other way but a big say back twenty observer to keep everyone nothing and the lightning were in the middle of a line change Kucherov the plot were still other point gets off the icing the lord comes on form but had been felt he was tripped in front of the net he's down and there's no one back supporting him at that point so it ends up being that clean break away because it doesn't have the help behind on the play a little bit of a break down there in the scramble sequence but a great save by Curtis Magdalenian soccer gives one little pump it back lady doesn't bite it makes the save the current pocket to the right of mackel in the grass is already been tossed out of the driveway while working all is well what about the wildlife point chop block they're still gonna leave me right there hello we see that a break away here the second each goalie coming up big it's clear by rasta center right I can't it's not the ball to a teammate extended slipped in the lighting is by the grass secretary lady part one punches around here side grab my pocket looking for the lord not the whole what's the name of Jesus boycott hopefully after that type routine circle one a shot one refund one of twenty thirty two by the third executive what circle a little feet I can't I can't walk while walking a lot of shots here the second circuit temple to hold an endless circle hold office there routine this is not a long don't wasting macaroni I'm gonna play it for top forty percent outscore the redline back into it Canadian getting a team still now one of the both of us feel the opposite of what what are centered past cutting is able to take it away from markets cleaner center I spoke today while you have a good job of getting positive one o'clock here in the second urgently operatives alright circle we'd obviously read that back to sports in the right with a cut in binding lipstick turn act right here is the this is a rally it's really proud that I was so back in the Minnesota prepared for markets that we know six minutes got a second one of a while you're on and off the field across the blood right point possible walk away by backtracking sneakers the one time that I was a Ryan Suter gets back to regroup for markets it'll here is part and be in front the nanosecond got locked out from Spurgeon who it pains and route is able to use it I was closer Minnesota Spurgeon very active often divided defenseman almost scored on a rebound right there every few indication on coverages virgin coming in late in the Minnesota wild now I have a couple really good opportunities are first on the breakaway but then it was Goucher off the next shift to split routine it down but had a breakaway himself so too big saves by each goaltender so far and we saw a little bit of this in that first game when they met earlier in December the rally out to center ice is it into the Minnesota so the lady trying to get a change your Steeleye span that a copy sent our support and training today both teams of really eating hard right now one of the Minnesota had made the cover he eats arises Jack I'd like to connect to the lighting in right circle itemize jadi court to steal that Alexander Haig line ceases rappers by harmony music just white left leaning unicorn right circle moving through the right point circle court battle here drop by our story with the pioneer in the late again he's pursuing it had been got to it first the whole rude rude what is the ID Corkery way possible the couple he he's kind of the net read on board right Sir using the new work behind the Minnesota network pattern is being one of the Minnesota dissect we see that the pattern the steps a lot today macaroni guide kills thirty generally need for one right wing borders that are causing a lot of pasta while I'm not certain why read a lot more a lot closer to well it was the lady you move the puck around it could drop several little breezy had an open net he buries it or tied at one with twelve eighteen left in the second I take.

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"jodhpur" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

07:34 min | 3 years ago

"jodhpur" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"This famous Radha temple is the other. This sounds much better. Would you say it that way? Right. So we realized we just talked some people out of going to register on this particularly local thing that happens in his temple. Good to imagine. And expedience what kind of acceptance Indians have for flora and fauna for life, even are part of the religious lives religious practices. So not only we see cataloging around in cities, but all times of pigs and donkeys monkeys elephants scandals at causing cities village of highways, and everyday we see these these animals and people have great tolerance and acceptance for all these animals even national highways. Did I I I was telling in Himalayas, then we'll find saying that this is the elephant zone. So if you see elephants stock your car lead elephants pass. Sure, we have those around here as well. Here's the scene is completely different. Those in Dallas on the content on national highway. No panacea allowed not even humans allowed on. Because they're nice with even allowed. So that's the radical difference. And so, yeah, that's pretty much what I didn't become here from beacon again, taking a car trip to just just a minute. I did many more things there. The different being the district district of what used for county in India? We have counties are districted so decimate distinct on the border of Pakistan again again these headaches. What else can enjoy live traditionally like like an emperor maybe pretty much and get some good service and good food. And what not great values in mill have these are the traditional Allah, she'll mansions that traders used in last valid traders lived in those valleys pal mentions will now we're talking about things that I might actually be able to afford. I think oh, yeah. You and I can afford to begin visit and enjoy some take some pictures. Just also has a nice sort again for palace and that for palace actually, kind of a city by self a subsidy within a city, I guess so and that's the golden foot Shawna cavities, Gordon food. Sunshine's on that Ford. Really ready? It's all more made out of gold. That's the name given to that that Ford and very laws. I said city within city many inch int- temples inside that Ford and when can yet into nominal ticket and you must take a guide venue going site. And the guide will take you inside and will show you all of Incheon temples small shops and small market inside the for itself things handicaps revolt inside. And there's an engine gentle inside the gentleman foot, and that has again, some really nice carvings and sculptures and whatnot in some ancient images of gen John Davies and other Hindu temples. So that's a great attraction. Right. And then from many to do this also really enjoy is that the it's a shock thirty minutes of car. Right. And you can go into sand dunes and enjoy some really nice traditional music, dancing and singing by traditional art. Artists around this time. So they are okay. Inside the Fangio's at night, it could be cold because of the sand which gets a call in the at night, but still bearable and so nice food and music there. So they're basically temples and this fort and Vilis injustice is what all I did. Okay. Then from just a train bus or a car ride to cynical Jodhpur, which is about five or six hours. A god. Right. I think I would say about side got right joke is my mother's hometown. I can tell you many more things. Jodhpur is also called as the sensiti sensiti being in being very hot involvement. The during the summer months, but other are fine after July August it's much. It's fine to visit that city in Oregon. There's a speller called Omid Baroness and omit bell is is very popular for tourists boot Indian and foreign tourists, and again that parents also has a part of part of it is used as a hotel. I think seven star hotel hotel, and you can get there and enjoy some really nice food and visit the palace, and then there is another separate fold. So there's a palace palace. And then there's a photo also which is built on this large hill and one can spend several hours inside that Ford also enjoys some really nice architecture, and what not again handicaps shopping, and and it's also several lakes and sorry points inside Joe. And these are the water harvesting. Bodies that the kings in empress built traditionally to preserve water water, very scarce resource in the sun all sides were were built and many lakes ponds Kyla being the prominent one lot of shopping to also into size and traditional handicrafts handles as we were talking. I was looking up would we're staying in the palace because we talked about it a little bit before. So just to put this in perspective. If I wanted to stay in the palace that you were talking about here, it very, well, regarded great great reviews on on Tripadvisor. It starts at about seven fifty a night. Although you might be able to get a deal to get down to five sixty two or so which is what it's on sale for in two weekends from now. But to put that in perspective, there are also places at four and a half star guest houses for thirteen dollars a night or small hotels for thirty dollars a night, or whatever. So you don't have to spend that much India. But if that's the level of comfort that you are looking for that. Available as well. Good. Then from Joe pool can come down to southern southern central the sun, which is the city or whatever is also one of the most popular destinations within India for foreign to specially very very nicely built very well, planned city, also callers the league city. Okay. I did not have that we have jeopardize the pink city at the sensiti, and whatever Alexis city of leaks and all again these leagues for built by these emperors kings because of the water issue that always there, but the rain water was very meticulously preserved in all these lakes and ponds. And and yeah. And some of the expert used by the Royal family Queen specially so separate small separate section of lake for used only for queens that is again, a has these heritage sites of palaces forwards and many palaces done into hotels now lake palace being the most prominent one bright, those famous I think Petrola. Lake photographer lake delay the palace sudden on and on some palace and lakes and gardens garden gloves garden glove file means the ocean of roses. There's a temple again for the garden. Temples? Also that were when can ride on discard. And that that guy for you all the way up the hill, and you can get the view of the city of that were from that

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"jodhpur" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"jodhpur" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"India became independent on the fifteenth of August, nineteen forty seven now has one point three billion citizens is a robust and thriving democracy. And a major economic power the British have been trading with India for nearly five hundred years in the last few years, British politicians, torture, great deal about our future. Our new commercial relationship with the subcontinent throughout the series. I've been trying to find out how others see the UK and in India, I spoken to people from business and journalism, academia sport, the tone has always been friendly even affectionate in spite of dealing with some very dark. Periods of our shared history began by putting in a court the maharaja of Jodhpur whose family Lonzo in north west India near the frontier with Pakistan, the Moreau just family have ranged enjoyed. Since the fifteenth century signing a treaty with the British in the middle of the nineteenth. Enthroned in nineteen fifty two at the age of just four he got to know the UK to very early age. I have to say this on London, very depressing. Black clothes. Listen, I learnt from my in England was that cost was much looked after and it'd been turned into valuable assets despite being modern democratic industrial countries the boss had been preserved something I found was totally lacking in. And then of course. India became independent between local win. Country was bought they shouldn't. Debris left printers. Many of the things that will materialize partition. Suppose it didn't affect admitting that much. Affect us. Very much good. Dave originally on all this is something that the number something that we go look back on things could've been done differently. The step from the maharaja to Enron the well-known radical journalist could hardly be greater row now publishes, the second largest English language newspaper in India, the Hindu the Hindu is published in the title is misleading. This is a new way a religious paper in the mid nineteenth century, Hindu, simply meant the dick was an entirely Indian publication. It was founded as a direct challenge to the British rulers in the eighteen seventies. To support the appointment of an Indian judge in them address. High court Ron finds in his own newspaper a history rich in the story of India and Great Britain, and he speaks of its founding roic tail is six young men who had no capital at all raised a small some of believe a rupee and three quarters in those days borrowed and stuff of this newspaper with the grand idea of our polling. This appointment, India's awakening. Indian is Asian of administration in India could claim today that we are probably the oldest surviving newspaper.

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"jodhpur" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

08:44 min | 3 years ago

"jodhpur" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Download day will Caleb McConnell really has played a terrific game. So far today. I know you'll just see five points, but he's been very active defensively, and he's making things happen. He goes to the line for two off the time out. Joe no question about it. Especially you start a second half. I think coach Michael starting him in the lineup. He gets offense rebound sticks. It back in just played really. Well, kind of gut records back into their offense rhythm again. And really did a very very good job Rutger shooting over sixty percent. Have to be impressed with James Palmer. The last play a good steal by McConnell and Palmer's back at the Fallon. He sprinted all out the block that shot enforcing the free throw line. And here's a player who played twenty minutes. Play forty minutes the other day. He doesn't want to go home. He's playing in his last game the next to last game. But his effort has really been impressive. Yeah. And he's done it as you mentioned twenty-seven gets Iowa last week. He had thirty against Michigan state. I mean, he has been scoring machine. And the people of Michigan say they had no answer. First free. Throw from Connell is good. He's now one of two from the line. He's got eight points. I rather six points. So Rutgers eight for ten now from the free throw line. That's a good sign to making your free throws. Second hand love often in. Thank you. Forty nine forty six. Rutgers seven fifty four to play here in the second. Nebraska team could sporran budges naked score quick as Iowa found out on Sunday. Sports, sixteen points in the final minute half years Watson, right corner. Three note. Good long rebound track down by miles. Johnson. Who's got eight four on the night set play this time? And if flare stream Watson got three dismissed Baker gift to McConnell out near coach J young the far sideline or other assistant coach come near side for Harper. Harper. Top of the cage scoop past for Marie shot clock is twelve hand off Baker. Jio is the ball poked away by Roby goes back gets it and they're going to say in over back violation. The ball was poked away, though, they're saying there was what they're saying. Coach Michael say, wait a minute. Saying there wasn't a change of possession. I mean, come on. I don't know. That was always in college. Got to the ball before he crossed over. You don't buy that at all at all. Right. Seventeen turnovers now for Rutgers. Okay. You got seven minutes ago, Jerry seven fourteen left forty nine forty six. Are you Nebraska the ball four top of the key and the ball off the Palmer? Palmer dribbles of office. Twits scramble fort lost. It Omori comes up with it. Mcconnell one onto gets hit and fouled by troop blood. And that'll be the four team in the Brassica. It will be on the floor and a site out for Rutgers terrific job that time by Harper again. Palmer comes off that on the left hand side going left to right. And how Palmer. Walker was right there and got his hands down on that crossover. Drew knocked it away. Lob the ball into the foul line. He will drive and for Johnson right hand, Munster dunk ten. It's fifty one forty six Rutgers. Byles Johnson nine points and eight rebounds, anybody that hadn't seen miles Johnson. Nice coming out party here at the big ten tournament. Scorecard straightaway. Run into the right hand off to watch the gift. Robie Roby guarded by me up. Top Palmer near midcourt makes sway towards the basket. Pulls back finds Roby left side. True. Blood fake, the three kickout Roby. He fakes three dribble. Drive kickout. True. Bloodshot pocket. Three true blood the hand off to Roby, and he puts it in is the shot clock was about to expire great. Great great play by true blood. He's playing very very well. Get an opportunity schone launch fifty one forty eight Roger six tend to go in the second Johnson holding between the circles flip into the right side for McConnell, right corner. Harper get it to Johnson top of the Kate out for me. Handoff. Baker Baker bounce pass. Omori? Let's Wayne Jodhpur back to the rim. No good at the bar rebounded by Roby and traffic. Canister Palmer up the left side line. Tom dribble. Drive hangs in the air shot. No, go to the ball is rebounded by Harper. But he was waiting for the whistle. There was there was some pumping nearby. Good job by the official. Didn't bail them out? Play by Harper stayed right with them instead of shooting the ball on the way up he shot the ball on the way down timeout. Rutgers and Steve paiko calls it from the sideline with five thirty five to go nineteen on the shot clock. Rutgers leading Nebraska, fifty one forty eight. I'd say it's been. Final five it's gonna go. But a fun entertaining game. Absolutely second have much better much more fluidity on offense and Rutgers scoring the ball. Well, and then just Palmer just trying to will this team and take him on his back and win the game by himself. And it really is. That really is the case. I mean Roby is two of eleven and looks tired Watson is four fourteen in the way he plays. He uses so much energy fireball. And it's Palmer who while he's only six of fifteen. He's got ten free throws made. He's got twenty three hundred forty eight points, and he is their team at this moment. And the thing is about take about watching. No is he's he's capable as Iowa's saw one of those bursts that you can get but Rutgers doing a really good job. I think on the defensive end the last couple of forcing a couple of tough shots two turnovers. And a and a amiss shot says good job the last three times. Mcconnell gets the Baker left side beyond the arc twelve and a shock lockstep to the right? Now the wings for me and the left side chocolate at six double team comes ducks. Under finds miles. Johnson has the shot blocked away into the hands of Palmer. Miles was kind of falling down as a shot at a win. Anyway. Fifty one forty eight. Rutgers Nebraska, the ball rowers grow be one of the premier shot blockers in the nation. Palmer one on one with all Berea roads over the foul called third foul on Palmer as Eugene finally gets one great back. Now, he's that was they had the whole. They had five out. So the whole middle was open bomber got the ball on the right? And he likes to go between his legs. Came back to his left an Eugene was right there. Great plays. Brian Harper junior near midcourt now. Rutgers needs to convert dribbles to the right side line extended being chased by Palmer's all from up top McConnell. Marie sets the screen Caleb drives and stops. Handoff. Baker shot clock at ten Baker around a screen from Johnson knifing his way through the defence lost. It got it. Back shoots the shot falling away. No good. Typical by Johnson and Roby comes up with the rebound and saves the preponderance fifty one forty eight Rutgers four thirty to play. Here are the second. Let's give Nebraska some credit to their playing really tough hard nosed defense. Here's Watson on the outside of the left up top Roby wide open doesn't shoot the three that a foul and Marie. Wow. So marie. Push his hand on his shoulder as he dribbles around him. And they call the foul on Eugene. So he picks up his third Johnson. Al and shack corner comes in shack dourson in for. I just want to give them a minute rest those they're they're festival offensive player. So he's gonna come back in. He didn't want to come out. No. But you'll also get the whistle at the four after the four. That's that's. Coach the head coach at Rutgers Roby shooting one and one sixty four percent on the season free throw up and good. I free throw tonight. A two point game. Fifty one forty nine. Walk down nearby Roby that time. Second foul shot. His second shot is good. Both of them had every part of the rim. But they went in fifty one fifty van Halen album. Also, the workers lead with four fourteen to go here in the second. Here's McConnell, upside beyond the arc guarded by true blood. Lob it down low for Thorson one on one with car. Good. Help defense football knocked away into the hands of Roby. He's got poverty was left. Roby has the ball stripped away from behind by McConnell and a foul called than if it's on Kahlo. He's picked up his fourth. Let that go through McConnell go stay in a game. Bedtime shaq. Got the ball triple team than market away. We get a time out four minutes even to play here in the second half. Rutgers.

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"jodhpur" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

14:03 min | 3 years ago

"jodhpur" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Data show on news ninety six point five. Yup. Yup. Yup. Yup. Castello, molly. So. On the Twitter. Official Dana lash on Facebook. What's her face is running for president? I just stopped caring. What what? Oh my gosh. Every Tom dick, and Harry is going to get into this race. The president to the server in the congressional cafeterias announced they're going to run for the White House. Everybody's getting involved the person who fitted Ruth Bader Ginsburg for orthopedic shoes is not going to run for the White House. Everyone's running for the White House. All these Democrats. I have absolutely no qualities whatsoever. But I. Team for the democratic ticket returning twenty from the White House. That's what they're all doing. God. We. Why why y'all focus on doing your job now? Okay. Even open the government, just focus on your jobs. Now do that jeeze Manelli cash. So I'm so I'm sorry. I can't go back really quickly to one of the lines that we just had. I just go. I just I'm sorry. It was a horrible headline. How do you pull a baby's head off during birth? Did you guys hear that story? It was from Jodhpur. The Hindustan Times reported by Australian media. They just they just ripped this baby's head off at the Beatty. Broken a two part? How do you pull baby so hard you break its head off? And you're not playing you try to hide it. Yeah. Planned Parenthood's like can you teach us this technique? They want videos right now. Medic's informed. The rela the woman's relatives about the horrific discovery. Oh, man. It's a real story. All right. That is answering thrill believe what I was seeing like literally during birth the nurse pulled too hard. And then there was another one in Britain. A year ago where adopter to delivery an accident accidentally decapitated baby. Yeah. Planned parenthood. Like can you come in? Please teach these techniques I would suggest pushing a little more than pulling. So the Brexit. They were voting on Brexit again, four thirty two to two zero two didn't go over. So well. Yeah. So. They just get a do over. Is that how this works her? So her Brexit deal was it was opposed in Laud's vote because they have the house of Laura's. And then that the house of Commons and their parliamentary. So what is the solution? If no one liked her deal. I mean, that's that was the that was the deal. They I mean, if they don't like how if they are rejecting her Brexit deal. Then how are they going to go about it? They said it was a historic Commons defeat. And it was described as the biggest parliamentary defeat. Of any Brian prime meant British Prime minister in history. So they crushed her plan to leave the European Union. So Jeremy Corbyn, the douchebag ary leader of the opposition labor party. And this guy is a nut. He's he's super far left. They're going to try to oust her ruling conservatives they wanna bring a motion of no confidence in our government. So basically they're trying to they don't want plan to succeed because they don't want to leave Brexit. So anyway, that's how that that is the latest that is happening on it. That's happening in the UK. Cain, isn't it like the European Union? That's voting against this whole thing. It's like wouldn't. Well, this is I think as I understand it the the the plan to actually set it in motion so devoted to actually do it. And then now. Yeah. That's what I think. That's where I'm confused is like didn't they vote started to do this? And now, we're we're looking at a no confidence vote and her losing. And this what changed like what was the she thinks. She can harness the power. She can she can do it. All right. I want to switch over to how we'll go conus. I there's a couple of things I haven't even gotten to. So a little bit earlier. I had a fun little back and forth with the cat. Who is the editor of think progress? He's the LGBTQ editor I think progress, and I took issue and he deleted all of his tweets, but I have them because Dana saves everything. He tweeted this article from daily caller now, let me set this daily caller piece up amber Athey road at Chicago woman with concealed carry license. Shoots and kills would-be robber. I twenty five year old woman. She was just standing at the bus stop. It was south side Chicago Tuesday morning. She's trying to go to work. And surveillance video showed a nineteen year old coming up to our pointing a gun at her head. They split it to the hospital, and he did not make at fuck up. And so he did not make it just like Cain. Did not just then. And she only suffered minor injuries. And they're not going to file. They're not going to file charges. So. Good good, just relaxed. We're good. This is a completely separate thing. There's no theres's gillibrand running for president. Thanks. Steph's here to keep track. Thank you. Steve she's announcing this evening. Because you put it in slack. One. All right. We're talking about so important issues here canes new to radio. All right. Let's get back to. Steve saved it. We're on the delays. So just real quick. Because people don't understand why guys. Accidentally. Oh, right. From stepbrothers wasn't gonna play obviously curse words in it. And for some reason when I was typing something in slacks and space bar activated. The playing feature on that video where just I think the only word actually. Steve caught it. I just couldn't deal with it. We're good. All right. I'm better. I'm very good. Oh my gosh. I can't even deal. Okay. All right. We're back. All right. Let's get back to what I what we're talking about four. Cain to that. Oh my gosh. I'm dying. Okay. Okay. So the guy from think progress, right? The daily caller peace wherein a concealed carry saved her own life and prevented this this Doug from attacking her and killing her. And so this dude tweets out. Conservatives are thrilled woman with a concealed carry permit shot and killed a nineteen year old would be mugger. I mean, please downplay his crime as much as possible that's not how Justice works. The penalty. For theft is not death, nor do we want it to be what. So I responded. I said the hazard of targeting and then pulling your legally possessed to gone on a woman as she waits alone for the buses that you may get shot. Stop shaming women who defend themselves. Women have every right to consider their safety first before that of the person attacking them. And by the way, how the hell do you know that he was just gonna mugger what is the woman's supposed to go? Wait a minute. I need to care more about my attackers wellbeing than my own. That is some patriarchal sexist B as if I ever heard it the last thing anyone wants to hear is some progressive beta male, telling her no you have to care about your attackers wellbeing more than you're on tell you what you come up to me trying to attack or kill me. I will drop you just as any other woman has the God given natural right to do to defend her life. I'm not going to sit there, and I not gonna play twenty questions with you. I am not nor should any other woman, nor should any other woman say excuse me, Mr. attacker. Are you just going to mug me? Are you just going to assault me is there are going to be being involved in this? Are you going to? Try to drag me from this location somewhere else, maybe to a wooded area and leave me for dead. I need to know. So that I can check my think progress beta male progressive one, oh, one manual on proper female response to male aggression. There is some toxic masculinity right there. Oh my gosh. The idea that women should not defend themselves and instead of ten I to the wellbeing of their attacker. You can miss me with that that is some BS. And that's the thing. I said I told him I said if you're targeted woman and attack her she has every right to drop you make predators afraid as opposed to shaming women for wanting to live or not be assaulted or rate. And then that this by the way, this insistence that conservatives are thrilled. No, actually, we're not. I wish we lived in a world where it was kittens and sunshine and women weren't viewed as easy targets by predators. But we don't and that's why I choose to arm myself and train and practice awareness. All these people. Shame women, and he had said at another point as well. He said the punishment for armed robbery isn't death, though. I of course, I don't think he he should have had a gun either. Yeah. He didn't think she should do. But if she had let him rob her even at gunpoint both likely would have survived. It's the praise for her gun ownership that bothers me direct quote. Yeah. If she let him Robert big first off go ahead and ascend that's all he wanted to do. Let's just make that assumption. Because the woman the victim was supposed to know his intentions and have more concern for him the guy who pointed the gun to her head. This is inexcusable victim shaming. That's what it is. And just insane. It's it's so asinine, and then he came back, and he he said, well, I want to offer apologies and clarifications about a poorly worded tweet I sent about an incident of gun violence. I have since deleted the tweet, and it wasn't an incident of gun violence. There was an incident of defensive gun use stop shaming people for defending themselves. It was an incident of defensive gun use. He goes. Well, I believe people have the right to defend themselves may tweet suggested otherwise in for that. I apologize and he goes, and I ignore the context that took place in our neighborhood with high rates of violence. That's an experience. I don't have insurance speak to and he goes for that. I also apologize. He goes, my tweet suggested that conservative outlets covering the story. We're happy about a death. And that was not my intention, and he said, my ideal is for a world in which do not have to be a part of anyone's daily life in which gun deaths are not a part of our daily news. I stand by this deal and disagree with the proposition. That more guns will make people safer. I'm going to be more sensitive in my advocacy in the future and for now. I stand humbled by mistake and simply as others continue to work with me in good faith to end gun violence for all people. Well, I mean, I don't know if he's real or not I don't know if he's sincere. I think it's a start. But it's not an issue of gun violence that was an issue of defensive gun usage. The violence was what was being perpetrated to the woman and by calling gun violence. You're immediately assigning blame and you are signing perpetrator status to the woman who was the original victim to begin with. That's the whole thing. Oh, I will be damned if I'm ever lectured by a progressive mail as to how I defend myself. Oh my gosh. No, absolutely not. And this idea that we're supposed to know immediately. What the intention of the attacker is are you magical is that what you know. And it's not my responsibility. That's a hazard of committing a crime. They hazard a point a gun that you are an illegal possession of at a woman's head is that she may be unlawful possession and better trained and more aware, and she'd take you down. And shaming this out there. Shaming people out there. You know, what for all these anti gun advocates? They love scaring women to be in disarm infuriates me. They say women. You're empowered enough to go and kill your baby. But you are too stupid to carry a gun. You're too stupid to defend yourself toxic masculinity is what it is. That tells women that are too dumb to defend themselves or too weak to defend themselves. And I always see the fearmongering from these anti gun advocates like well. More women more women, you know, it cetera et cetera. Actually, I mean. Yeah. Just no. They wanna shame women into not carrying and they want to keep women ignorant and keep men ignorant keep everybody ignorant about their second amendment rights that made me mad though. I don't know if you follow me on social media. But that's when I exploded because I can't stand that stuff. I can't stand it. All right. We got we have more to get into including we got today. Stupidity coming up. And I want to make sure that I don't miss that. Don't play anymore. Audio K. No more audio for you, outdoor limited. It's a great a great place to go and get your ammo because they have it right there in the warehouse. They don't do back orders. They don't do drop shipping. I mean, if it says it's in stock is legit. They can go and touch it and take a selfie with it. It's right that they got it..

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"Man accused of killing ten people in an attack with the van in toronto on monday alec minassian posted a cryptic message which suggested he had a grievance against women he made a brief appearance in court on tuesday as dick bryant reports from toronto twenty five year old alex menashe ian showed little emotion as he was charged with ten counts of murder this is not being treated as a terrorist incident nor a threat to national security but one clue to a possible motive mice of common a cryptic facebook post menasian published just before the killing spree began it notes what he calls the incell rebellion has already begun that short what hand for involuntary celibacy and he also praised at american who in two thousand fourteen killed six people in revenge against women who had spurned him murder detective sergeant graeme gibson was asked if this could have been an attack against women can you the number of women who were in the victims to give us a sense i mean looking at the list the name seemed to be predominantly female that's fair to say predominantly female it's also emerged that menasian joined the canadian military last summer but asked to leave after just sixteen days the department of national defence described him as a below average recruit who struggle with military discipline but no red flags were raised during his brief time in uniform with the suspect now charged the police work discuss possible motives they're also stressing their investigation still has weeks to rob brian he's accused of raping a sixteen year old girl at his ashram five years ago but india's self styled holy man ather i'm is hugely influential and has millions of followers the thirties and the city of jodhpur rajastan have tightened security as the verdict is awaited in his rape hearing he's also on trial separately for parallel rape case involving another young woman earlier i spoke to bbc hindi's priyanka debate who's outside the.

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