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"joe scruggs" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"joe scruggs" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And Anthony Joshua's next title bout could take place in Croatia that's according to the manager of his mandatory challenger Kubrat Pulev will the world heavyweight title fight shed jewel the next month at Tottenham Hotspur's stadium is being processed by when the next hour here in the sports news here on news that you can hear from Cecilia Malik while knight who was the president of netball South Africa she talks about contracting cope with the financial impacts on the game in South Africa and how the twenty twenty three netball World Cup is now even more important for the south African economy more sport I was ever online at BBC dot com forward slash sports Joe Scruggs no Syrian president Bashar al Assad has postponed parliamentary elections for two months as part of measures to control the spread of the coronavirus in the war torn Middle East country although there have been only forty five confirmed cases and three deaths in government controlled areas president al Assad has warned of a humanitarian catastrophe of cases spike and overwhelm health services not all Syrians share this view in the rebel held city of Idlib for example there's a teacher there and activists Abdul account fee on home do he doesn't agree and he joins us now good morning to you until coffee just tell us you know what is the situation we were first before we go into the politics yeah in fact now would say here is the situation that you know that you know every time of course you know the humanitarian relief because it in in the military and why it's getting worse and worse people here are waitin what is where's this is in fact what they have been waiting for nine years in fact every time and they just wait the the the where's that might come late to end like that so this is what people here have to do only wait you know V. at Hubbell situation the most horrible situation and that's a lie this is how we go on you know a life here absolutely and William and he is yesterday's and and and and you paint a very desperate picture of that but why don't you agree with that you know president Bashar al-assad's on the postponing off these elections in fact you know while I said he's speaking about their elections and then maybe if they are speaking about the political solutions there and we don't see anything that can be applied on that because in here we are yeah it it might be one country but in fact to different countries according to the kind of life so I said no it's it's not one who is in our country so we cannot accept any political solution that he will manage and that this would be just I mean crazy solution for us okay but you know in these unprecedented times I mean your your in in the middle here you've got the wall on the one hand you've got the pandemic on the other you know some sort of leadership it is important to look to it never mind the fact that she would you know disagree is it is it time for hops to just take stock and for this four to allow the pandemic to pause to look to some sort of leadership to words president opposition out asset in fact to look for the pandemic for example compared to absent himself we'll see the pandemic is mercy it's very nice people I mean through nine use one of these so I mean as I said himself from the asset value rose this is what we call him now yeah why all the wall either he's afraid and scared of the East coronavirus but in fact here the CDM people are in this situation for nine years but from different viral switches school the sad so this is a sad who is the result of our situation how can we accept that so this situation yeah might not it might be worse I mean we are in a very bad situation because that M. so no I mean it we lost a lot of things we lost our lives a lot of generations in fact lost everything here in studio for our freedom so more than that we would stand we would just send more and more and more without outside even I mean we might Hey Donte we might have the west but never the less accent thing outside as a leader that would be to help itself here well don't think that they know exactly as you accept it as a friend can you accept these you know the the this this virus has something good example good at something yeah and that we can live with this is what we will run out and we and we hear you we hear how desperate the situation as you know the the president is that postponing it because he does say that this will overwhelm healthcare services but thank you very much for speaking to us today that's up to coffee I'll Honda speaking to us from the city of it.

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"joe scruggs" Discussed on G

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10:52 min | 2 years ago

"joe scruggs" Discussed on G

"Yeah and that's and that's how I think a lot of the list works is is super famous director right. Yeah working with his favourite actors as worked with before who probably. Hey this is like this. is their finale man. This is the last movie they can put out If you you were on one character in the film grant who do you think you would be as you krant farmer. Oh Crazy Joe scruggs. I remember it got hit. He's like the guy who did not give a fuck we remember. WHO's the one they? They killed his family family. They killed him when he was like in a diner and little died. Fill them. Yeah okay his name is crazy. I know remember like he had. Yeah no formalities. Like he made fun of Russell May Have Russ Like a big. Yeah at the Comedy or the award show her nose the comedy event. Jesus Christ Jesus So on on the Queen Badges. Movie Watch did you have. Did you ever character in mind for me. Yeah AH number one Jimmy Hoffa like I just. I've had I had flashbacks stubbornness fuck Oh yeah. He's so bucking governor governor. I feel like I've reenacted that scene in real life with you China. Call you on the phone and get you to like. I don't know do something. Come back doing it not doing it. It is it is what it is but it's funny because like map me watching in our like your fucking idiot vision killed. He's like go. You know how much shit I have on them like. He's like no. He's like what reads things like. They wouldn't dare the dare you basically where he he was just like. It's it's my union or something grant. It's it's my bag it's my. It's my house I so I thought that was you know I'll take that. Yeah it's not a bad thing I would I would Put You as Russ Probably Russ I like Since you're you're like yeah you're like the wise guy a lot of things like yeah you know about things but you're always calling collected. You always like this this is ah you know this is how we do it we got it is what it is against. So it's gotta be argue if anything else now but that was You you know this was the one of the First Times Quinn. Quinn's always always on on my ass. He's like grant while unless you fuck and watch the movie during the weekend time Slot fucking Washington and it was good but like dude that was. It's not like a waste of my weekend. It's only unlike back time. They'll be fine but like dude so well. This is my weekend started like seven. You had ten thirty imagine that Oh well I guess that's a bigger question to real quick before we end is that did you watch it in one sitting. I did Tam Chick. I peed more times than I can count five or six times I did sober to wasn't drinking was was just watching it. I think I paused it to like more food. All all the borough street through when you took wedgewood which you do thirty minute tape days it was like a warm up just to get it down from three and a half so maybe a two and three hundred dollars a big push to get down to. I don't know I can do this. Yeah now we are all one. And that's another thing. I I think you know this this is this is a scorsese. He probably had so much liberty because it didn't have to make money in the box office right like gets paid ahead of time so he has He has all the liberty to make whatever film he wants. And like. Honestly this is a pretty pretty good film. Say Four. Yeah it's not bad. Add Not Trashing Scorsese to the Wall Street. Yeah that movie was fought movie. I'd like that was three wash it. It wasn't that long to is three hours. Yeah Dang I watched that in a theater a two that was But like see like I I'd like I really like Scorsese. And how he. He is all historical goal stories as telling he feels the need that they need to be told right He. He's like Oh these need to be told and then he creates them in creates a story. That's that's what we were talking about before I was like no one fucking makes original shit anymore. All right the dude. He's telling a story that hasn't been told you know when you're talking about Jordan Belfort or you talk about Jimmy Hoffa like that's cool. I like that. What you're gonNa tell me some fucking badland all right now? Oh that's DC some fucking cast-iron man can shit yet. Some Iron Shit like why it's fiction. I mean but it's not even on a fiction is fiction. Someone else wrote for you and now I can't we really feel. Yeah my boyfriend. My friend was stalking me about this. And and They had apparently they they had determined the whole ending for avengers like years before like they they knew how many movies that were taken by Blah. They had it all planned out and like the due to came up with that is very smart. He's genius breeze a businessman. He's not fucking arse. It's like we're going to have all these fucking films and then all these these stupid sheep are going to be like. Oh that that was such a good is like series of films I was like all the endgame like noted so hard like dude. It's just a make money versus someone who you know has a story to tell. WHO's this guy? He's calling everyone sheep. Let's think to WHO determine German. How how the event? Like this of Raiders. Directory Screen screenwriters every everyone in the room. Get each seat. Yeah I duNNo. It's Oh we'll get to those movies eventually. Maybe I I know of. I've seen some clips with the Russo brothers who directed I know at least game and they seem to talk about it pretty intelligently only and I don't know they're they're good they're good at what they do. Okay okay. That's a story for another day. What they do is making money money? All right great. What is it time grant? That's it yeah it's time it's time for the Gene Q. Patented Review or we decide whether the true rating of the film was over under the IMDB rating and the Irish twenty nineteen. We're sitting at. I doubt it's her that one. It's a eight point one. The two seven five one eight one eight once you cross eight boundary like back. You know this is going to be the rain be lower than some five. Honestly yeah seventy five tops just because like dude six eight fucking hire or a better editor man down. Yeah it's like a like it was weird because cinema. You don't want it as as what I'm saying saying right now you know like my criticisms about the ventures. It's like it's it's a hard balance to meet. Is You want it to be entertaining. But it's not entertainment. It's still art. You still want it to be an art form. So you don't want to cut it down and and make it just like short and choppy just to straight you know like like food. Entertainment food like all Kabul. This up this is good. I had those those. Do you want to like hit with you. In a way you want to be critical about eight and and move you a little bit But still I I don't know if this intelligent intelligently edited or not what I felt like it dragged on too long and unnecessarily right you got to convey a message in the end and if you're I don't know if you rain essay and even though you're a great writer he's right right right right right right right right and you claim everything is necessary. This is airy. That's that's a good. I really like that analogy. Though because there are authors for instance. What's the guy the Russian Russian offices? No Man what's it calls.

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"joe scruggs" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"joe scruggs" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"With what good to see changes direction to bring across a timeline of Dr by Davis because of what it what shot is a nice across the lake for the right to left with his left hand misses it re bath taken by the musketeers now the courts martial with the right side of the left corner stuff like that about it'll stay with a musketeer it's grudge wide open the left corner is a difficult passed through a lot of traffic someone from Green Bay got their hands on it's a a slide twenty six on the shot clock in the corner described was son of the forger was afterwards the point is that the marshal between the circles right good with the closest Hanson sidewalls grudge he spoke to the federal drives and shoots they nearly thirty eight for thirty free time finished by Paul Scruggs there Joe Scruggs is always in the middle when Xavier seems as part yeah he is that was a big move Joe he be his primary defender second offender came over any kind of hung in the air double pump tested up glass bill drives available phase when a fifteen foot Manson around on the ramp and follow through nice touch by bill belly which is six points of all the seven point this game already want to be clear which is a relief by six thirty eight thirty two and is that frequent left foot shot all the way after catching the spent two are no good rebound take about a cloudy races across a timeline picks it outside three is all the way five chevalier he hits a three and a quick five oh one that's the point down to three just that quickly thirty eight to forty five eleven forty six to go three point shooting you never out of it today's game college game and that's what Green Bay can do their their wings as well as their bi Marshall penetrations of the court wants to drive a little too so it's about the ball struck me to the free throw line between like you will back up to part of Los three Carter's just made no impact in this basketball game he is not skorts got one retail got turned over there is not gaining a lot of the coaches confidence or wait for him to break out but this seems to be really stuck in the mud right now with balance confidence that a twenty four to twenty first AF prepay with a ball saver three point lead over John for all the way up for stop by hackers in any of the river is knocked out of bounds it'll go over the musketeers Ackerson is not shy to shoot it takes about ten shots a game you place twenty five minutes a game comes off the bench that's a second most attempts by any Green Bay player so far this season in terms of number of liberal type taken up all his he could accelerate that was suddenly jump stop back outside corner fires up a three off I heard it's wall bill good we've got better for the free throw line full by chevalier it'll be the cloud your breaking across the top one let's settle for right here dribble calls for spring takes around the topic keeps it back chevalier looking to think about a free free panels all over at that time person with right side of the pool fires a three and that is a plant Walmart rebounded by Jack Freeman thirty two seconds to go twenty five of the shot clock first half year since I centers they move the ball or walking across the street to go to the shop block for the love of a shop with good wide open fires a three instead and it is no good there's eighteen seconds to go green bay will get I shot while the right side he didn't go down nine seconds ago top of the key a cloud with the right point four seconds to go plow isolated on free mail Marshall helping out the top three is all it is no good that was taken by chevalier the ball bounces off more will say thirty five they were just kinda hung on that first half only to kill that first half it defensively they've got to figure it out because Green Bay they control the momentum that happy wheels a rear ended up leading for about ten of the twenty minutes but does Avery's got a got to come out with a lot more energy in the first stage in.

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"joe scruggs" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"joe scruggs" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Up Mississippi's fallible play you'll be the line for two there is a technical foul on somebody imagine what that would be that might be nine ninety Marshall nice he was upset he didn't get the file because we recently that could be Freeman was that the line waiting to shoot his walk off the line now let's just see how this plays out I believe it will be a larger Marshall technical foul now as you drove for the left side miss the layout if you said he probably thought it was found that most of comment on that situation that'll send to the free for one free flu fever on the season including thirteen to fourteen the line with those all the way this is one for one part of that that was one for to the ball game look at the line for two shots six with senior makes a second so he goes one for two that makes it a five point lead now for the musketeers forty nine forty four with nine seventeen to go free email his sister with the free throw line now for the most but to Fremantle the ball games were four points this is his first free throw attempt with the two of three from the field free throws all the way in that is no good that rolled across the front the back back before fell off again there is a five end of the game is part of the musketeers Marshall goes to the bench the best free throws all the way from Fremantle nothing but then he goes one for Tuesday released by six fifty forty four nine seventeen bingo Dixon John to torture timeline left side of the floor picked up by more lower your bedroom behind his back between his legs I will go in the world is watching what's transpired in front of the drive by who he is found on the play according to the official who did not see it at all in my opinion that is a terrible for three men of deaconess hands up Hey what did I do Mayo replaying here on the on the scoreboard some awful call their second straight up and down the principal verticality where he went up and down it they're taught Joe winner blocking sassy go up with them they call it a Hipper where you jump straight up with them you should be able to to do that and not to call for the for the file even though the defense the office of player runs into you that's exactly what happened there the freemen are not happy about that card the first reason is the second the result is that five free throws on the way as a result is it for now those two for two for the life instant points road bridge across the time one of the pressures not real aggressive I just think is there to just eat up so far they're really not going for steals again when roles as a reliable work begins to restore gift is that free mail posted the free throw line pivot shoots of across the river it's good for Tuesday release fifty two to forty six so he's got a soft touch me now was a nice little catchy term user he's a score there's no doubt about his years of skills seven points the ball game for free mail three of four from the field to drive the motorcycle pulls up for two point jump rafia under the cap up in there rebounds gamble for picked up inside the business but it's the real pops near falls through for west it's four fifty two forty eight a passed overhead for Zach Fremantle was taken away Fremantle steals it back and say it's a possession for the musketeers with eleven to go to a really by four fifty two forty eight good good top of the key is drugs in the post the Fremantle make it part of push posible push out it's no good hits the phone room comes off we back control by cook for the bears walks across the time line the P. Mahama with rivers of the left wing hands off the west he's picked up by Paul shrug that's a mismatch size wise was a six foot a prized only travel they got a good job I post road is a mismatch Joe size wise but it will not Wes is trying to take him off the dribble on the perimeter as a vendor Joe Scruggs he can really get it to you seven forty one to go time out has been called here since I center Xavier fifty to Missouri state forty eight this is a pure basketball from where feel I am G. college on seven hundred WLW the Learfield IMG college directors co in college athletics since nineteen ninety three follow your favorite teams person for excellence the director's cut dot com USA today or L. director's Cup.

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"joe scruggs" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

11:38 min | 2 years ago

"joe scruggs" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Research and development it's the latest step taken by the Han in reducing its commitments to the nuclear deal it signs with world powers in twenty fifteen speaking in a televised address president Hassan Rouhani sets that from Friday Iran would begin developing centrifuges just speed up the enrichment of uranium which can produce fuel for power plants for atomic bombs last year the US withdrew from the twenty fifteen deal and re imposed punishing sanctions against the Islamic Republic Iran responded by abandoning to other can you clear commitments in July Mike Prigent is a senior fellow at the American think tank the Hudson institute that's a first he was he if he was surprised by runs move this is expected on the run will continue to test red line to continue to push the limits of the Iran deal in hopes of getting concessions getting concessions for the Europeans combined with European pressure on the United States to jump back in the G. C. P. away and lift sanctions did you see the of course is the aid the Iran deal that was yes I agreed in two thousand five and it and then president Donald Trump pulled pulled out of it raising tensions with the with the Iran out there seems to be a disengagement by the trump administration about trying to reach any kind of deal with Iran. well just one thing I mean just the reef for minister of Iran are just Siri actually undermine microphones initiative by stating before he landed that Iran would not negotiate ballistic missiles you know the president left the Iran deal but the provocations from Iran existed since two thousand fifteen since we jump into J. C. K. away if you look at what Iran was doing in Iraq in Syria and Lebanon and Yemen and also it was on his heels and the G. C. P. away actually allowed Iran to go in and save them from what looked like a short short lived tenure there for a little while in two thousand fifteen. there seems to be two strands here that the trump administration is trying to target one is Iranian influence in the Middle East by backing different factions and different parties in different conflicts in the region and the uranium enrichment and the nuclear ambitions right but shouldn't that be on the negotiating table rather than just throw animosity and and and and just through an economic punishment if you will. well I mean how else do you do with the Islamic Republic we gotta remember it was the Obama administration to put heavy sanctions on Iran to bring it to the negotiating table to get to the Iran deal to begin with so the trump administration is trying to do that again and is actually being very successful these publications in the past have resulted in rewards have resulted in and concessions to the Islamic Republic and it's not happening now which is a good thing mean wrong is lashing out in the street of her moves in the Gulf of aid in in bobbled men did in the Gulf of Oman but they're able to do less and less they have a couple wild cards like Lebanese Hizbollah but as we saw with these recent altercations between Israel and Lebanese Hizbollah that neither side is interested in in war especially war at at the request to be wrong so I think I think the international community connects you absorb these unsuccessful provocations and he's on successful attacks and continue to put pressure on this regime they're still under obligation for the the nuclear proliferation treaty but every publication every everything that Iran is doing now with cheating within in the J. secure way is actually cheating on the signatories that are still in the Jessica away these things should to concern Europe that should concern Russia should concern China but that's also part of the problem isn't it because the international community is not United on the way that they're approaching your on there are clear differences if not all that you know if if if if not opposite reactions to your run of the moment between the United States and Europe. yeah I I think I think McComb's been very strong on ballistic missiles and very strong on our Karina runs a malign influence in the region did so destabilizing activities the the fifteen billion dollar pay off I mean this is a this is our what Iran does do these provocations we hope Europe will will do something about it. we hope that that doesn't happen United States back can be in a position to to pressure micro not to do that because it just incentivize is this behavior Mike Pridgen senior fellow of the American think tank the Hudson institute could have a state and Jim script does lead to sports news thank you Rachel starts at the tennis in the U. S. open specifically what the favorite for the men's singles second seed Rafa Nadal be Argentina's Diego Schwartzman in straight sets will play the Italian twenty fourth St Mateo Bennett teeny in the semi finals meanwhile the Canadian teenager bank and rescue made it through to face Switzerland's Belinda bench which in the semi finals of the women's singles and African qualifying for football's twenty twenty two World Cup that was a shock to you one win for Djibouti over S. with scene in the first leg first round tie two teams who were the Cup of nations Burundi and Tanzania three one old both goals came late told in that game meanwhile just to follow this up from the program yesterday South Africa will now play against Madagascan stuff today in a quickly arranged friendly that was after Zambia pulled out of that plan meeting on the weekend will then be opted not supply G. to security fears another basketball World Cup Nigeria picked up a win yesterday over South Korea today Senegal take on the much fancied Canada which starts in around fifty minutes time. Joe Scruggs thank you very much this is Newsday on the BBC world service with China and other procedure reminder for headlines top story the British government is to allow a bill criticized by the prime minister to complete its passage into law Iran as you've just heard it with me and our guests in the U. S. it says it will break another of its commitments under the twenty fifteen nuclear a cord and the U. N. says seventy thousand people in the Bahamas are in immediate need of emergency relief let's just pick up on that story about the bar Honda's am and the devastation wrought by hurricane Dorian the United States Coast Guard Britain's role navy and relief organizations of trained on efforts to airlift survivors and very in the emergency supplies as the death toll rose to twenty the United Nations save seventy thousand people on grand Bahama on about the island virtually the entire population when immediate need of aid for a home your is disaster management coordinator for the international federation of the red cross in the sol the first footage dead we see from the impacted areas in the islands I'll I'll cool and and grand Bahamas show an extended amount of damage in those areas where the water is still presents and areas that are still covered by degrees we're still today having trouble to reach these areas on the grounds of the footage that we had were shot from a plane because we are we wanted to do since teams on the grounds day but the unfortunately the conditions on the ground and not allow for teams to at least walk in progress on food on the ground and just how bout of those conditions what how would you describe it the the sea and the water has penetrated deep in the the land so most of the areas are flooded under several. about ten feet of water in some places and the water is thinking sometimes to evacuate so it's going to take some time to you be able to move in the the places are also covered by degrees very is the breeze from buildings from trees from from everything that was blown away and carried carried away by by the hurricane is this one of those situations where everything is a priority and it'd be difficult for you to decide on how to look at your resources the red cross has been preparing for several days we worked on scenarios we worked with pre existing data to build up scenarios she did a population is in tremendous need for. temporary sheltering a lot of people have lost their their had their home and they they need to be relocated somewhere they also need access to water to food hygiene products all those activities that the red cross and all other actors are willing to to bring in as immediate assistance to the people and you have things available enough to go around yes but we're we're also increasing our capacities with mobilization of extra stocks from our logistics hub in in Panama. and we're we're going to bring us talks in the coming days to to the Bahamas to scale up the operation and provide immediate assistance you should of operation what sort of psychological support is available for the victims of this disaster how do you manage that'll even deploys Oct. playing a psycho social support team and we're also deploying mechanisms to reconnect people who might have lost our lost track over a family member of those activities cold restoring familial links will be deployed by the Bahamas red cross ways the support of the international community give me an exile hall but works how do we connect people. so there's there's various tools there's web pages that can be activated where people log in with their data there's also juice providing people with a satellite or just the phone working so they can give a call to their close ones and that's even something very efficient when all communications are done so we'll have those different sets of of of capacities to develop their and to offer to do this population in in the very near future I would say tomorrow or Friday at the latest Rafael how meal from the international federation of the red cross and muscle. media operators in Uganda are bracing for what they call tough times as the Uganda communications commission moves to enforce advertising standards Philip is on the business stuff to tell us more yeah difficult days for you can does advertising agencies these all new lows incidently you can do is always had advertising standards lows it's just that now they're trying to enforce them and not schools concerns in the sector where there was a very last a federal hands off approach the rules on advertising provide that no more than ten minutes of commercial should appear in any one hour and as well as regulating the lengths that is the production this the Saudis and there's also the content of the ads will be on the line a little bit more in a minute but since both the regulator and the full cost is a bit of the rules of never been enforced and the advertisers so used to getting longer rap play it's causing a problem the chairman of the you can to media owners association is Alex contender and he says that enforcement is going to improve pro costing quality but they got to lose some business initially a some appetizers my patrol because they're not getting the same value for money they were before here yes they cannot be made if.

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