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"john bird" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"john bird" Discussed on FT Politics

"Disastrous in. the labour. party's history when the results came in. It was instantly planed on brexit. Bush johnson's popularity and jomie corbin. But was there more to the story. Well listeners of the podcast. I've spent the last year. Travelling around england trying to answer that question in my new book broken heartlands. A journey through. Labor's lost england jim because great to chat about the book but if we just cast back stout twenty nineteen election. I remember so much time. We was second guessing what was going to happen because in twenty seventeen. We've all quite badly burned. We didn't see. Joe make opens big rise coming and all of our poulton travels and things we did made it think we was sure about twenty nineteen but when that was okay man. It was much bigger than we expected for the toys at a much. Bigger defeat for labor is one of curious things. Isn't it set what you spend a little time up in red world. The between nineteen a distinct trips. Our are being growth valley until to local labor activists. He said it's just a polling on the doorsteps. someone have been beaten up by former labor voter. They literally the morale had completely collapsed. As you say in your book those let them sent consensus of the stop of the election faustus. Six at one point but by the end of the campaign the tories were still eleven cents a head so it was not a surprise that they won. I just think in our reporting we have to be ready ready kosher because what happens. Take seventeen again. It just looks if threes night was gonna smash journey kubin and the cool sounds. Listeners will know things things tend not little differently so we we have to hedge up as a little bit. But i think if the wind was blowing very strongly a couple of months and i think we knew it was going to end up that way to something. That was something. Even you knew it was going to happen. I mean to some of the places. The world changed hands. Still hopes somehow Wakefield sticks to my mind which is the full chapter in my book. Because you go around on. Wakefield is going urban gritty place. It's also got quite a diverse population. And when you look at it it doesn't feel like a toy place yet. It fits the council of the red which is never having had a tour paying living memory of as strong brexit vote and always having consistent but never matt totally vote that. I think one of the things that we often get wrong all reporters. I tried to correct when. I spending more time in the book. Is you go to these places and go to the town. Centres and all town centers across england are struggling. They were before the pandemic and even more so now whereas in fact the real story of these places outside. It's in the out of town shopping parks. It's in the new private housing estates. And that's why you find why. I think the new toy vote has come. From as these towns have gone through deindustrialization. And the kind of what i call notebook collectivized communities. Have broken up being replaced by more individualistic society. I think it was the economists. the Britain wasn't it. I think you probably the festival. Second journalists used the redwood. Phrasing copy whitney. but it was james kennedy sarim. He was the costa who invented. Wasn't it has fest him in and help us with that was why was it. Him he was swayed than other analysts listened to united. So i'm james sold him. Who used to work in the city as a band. Kevin was committed to the posters populace and then went to work for ruth davidson on the twenty seventeen campaign for scores. Paula scores toys did really well and mutual contact. Said you should meet this guy. You're going to get on with him. And we went for drink and found out where the shed shadow of data because in past live performance kwa journalism is via computer scientists. And so have a kind of a notice love chewing over spreadsheets in that kind of thing and i remember it was a couple of months. I think it was about all twenty nineteen james cole. Me up and said you're going to want to see this. I've been doing numbers. And i think there's going to be a break selection. It could go really big at. He actually came into the f. T. with john bird. Macos all various esteemed staff. Scooby when a whole bunch of other people that including laugh. Who's now editor of the f. T. and he made this presentation made the Persuasive case breaks it was about to redraw the boundaries and these seats. The crucial thing about the red wohlers. He made the demographic augmented if one goes they. All go in a big pattern. That's off see what happened. All these teachers went again and again and again it wasn't just march. Not even that as you get the election the thing that was particularly persuasive about james case analysis of the situation is the he could see. The vote had been gathering steam over many years and in the twenty seventeen election when we will focus on kkob in fact he almost became prime minister. He pointed out the all. These you kip. Voters were going back home to the tools and if that happening as well as winning Votes from labor then so many of these seats could go. I think because it was based on demographic because it was based on electoral trends and also based on a particular form he did to identify the englishness of these places. With both from the northeast. I'm from rural. Finish on the notion. Mos- which is which has been very touring Lifetime sort of defies. This this can appreciate the south historian the notice it was always been laid. If you're from rural part of northern england they are very bright toured. the holly boat which is probably about thirty or forty miles wife. My parents that is somewhat which is is just heavy industry polls Muslim western class. I'll just just somewhere that you could not have imagine. Ten years ago that it would become conservative. And this is something quite joining bound. And i think the other part about Frequency back in the spring is an essay question guests steps book when he set up was probably can kiss on He lost bay. I think so most mutations. We need question. Hasn't it said which is is that more red will that labor can lose because we no longer have have defected We have an effective brexit. Proc- holly pouvoir so instinct. Because while i ended the book that actually spent some time with boris johnson and i described it as being with piper in the middle of a hurricane but hartlepool by election happened after joe coburn was no longer lead.

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"john bird" Discussed on My Marvelous Year

My Marvelous Year

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"john bird" Discussed on My Marvelous Year

"The here. The cockpit breeding club were going through the best of marvel comics from its origins to today. I'm zac the conflict journeyman in today. I am joined again by charlotte. Who is charlotte. So like i'm. I'm a conflict. Juryman davis comic book expert master. I guess Or like masturbate. And what what would you consider yourself. Where do you put yourself on. This rank Well first all. I wouldn't call myself Coming with mr beta okay. So they don't think does either. I'm i'm using the american classification of well all right saves. Your is a bit difference. David could me permission to say whatever i want about him when he's not in the episode them pretty sure i have been writing yes. I'm using the like trae. American trades which is apprentice journeyman master. Suddenly three abouts said so if you want to go like oh yeah what is it. Yeah maybe like two based on another system of precipitation based like on belts from much outs. And i guess it'd be like a rainbow belt. Ooh yeah perfect okay so charlotte belling buksh roundabouts. I'm rainbow perfect okay. So charlotte's with us again and ease episodes for nineteen ninety-two because a variety of reasons. So dave has been on paternity leave but in and out recording so the episodes kind of scrambled I just made a move all the way across the country. Twenty seven hundred miles across the country to california and So my move in the move. My stuff hasn't been ready to put out episodes so That's why my setup might sound a little weird. I'm in a room isn't quite soundproofed yet So the episodes out man. The timeline is stabilized for my out. So this this episode this varying covers coming out before a different very cover that we already recorded that. I just haven't edited yet. that talks. About what if in suicide squad so like. We're we're all at already here but anyway Look forward to that. That's coming up soon but this week. We're doing another variant cover in charlotte and i. We're gonna answer some listener questions. We are going to talk a little bit about web tune and Is it top us right. Some like small user created web comic apps and we are going to talk about at the end. Cianci the the new mc you movie which We'll we'll have a warnings. Probably going do a full on spoiler talk about it. But we'll We'll give you a heads up c conduct if you haven't seen it yet. Although i will say. I don't think there's much despoil about this movie of charleena like it but like yeah. There's there's no big surprises here. I don't think so. Like unless you really spoiler reverse You know. I think you'll probably be fine to listen throughout. There's really not a ton is like super surprising about that movie Okay so Let's start up with some listener questions. Do you have any in front of you charlotte. Not that can is on johann asks in case of several emergencies which comics would. You've used to extinguish a fire. Seal leak burn. Alight burnt a light a fire to get rescued from a lonely island. Protect yourself from radiation or throw at me in order to shut me up so i have symbol of these do you. Oh good thank. God gave me on the show. Finally all right so can fire. John burns his name name. Oh okay to leak. John burns four. Okay all right. This is is funny by the answer. All right to light a fire jon benson destig- for to protect yourself against radiation. Any comic in which a woman is free and throw it yohannes to shut him up. Guess moistens multiversity. Oh okay that interesting. Why why morrison's does because the have you ever seen like the sheer volume of that book. No it's big. It's huge okay. Wait so i feel like you're classification was changing here as we went. What was it just that these are big omnibuses. No okay so extinguish a fire. I was listening touching like something has something to do with water but also care about so john name all of kinda got that okay you know i have the omnibus to that one. I have not read that. It's a kind of insane. It's like one of the it was it was some huge ebay. Had like both fantastic four omni buses and the shield omnibus of his name. We're one but it was such a good deal even with the new one that i still and getting it. I still very weird. So it's somehow it somehow iron fisk weird okay because i bradley two issues in its name or becomes a businessman it starts corporation. And that's all i know about it. 'cause i think john was drawing the heroes for hire like located iron-fist series in the seventies a and then he was like the title ended and he iron-fist was only brought back to invest in his name. Oh series like he probably has gotta back into that check. Check out at some point. I'd say the most interesting thing about it. I think it's some of j lease i smother. Walk yes yeah. I i knew that because yeah it gets some of those like insane. A jolly covers the stray asians of muscles. Really looking like the hoke. Yeah right right right. It's so. I mean no offense to. I mean some offense john bird but like hopefully offense i i mean i love stuff but like yeah offense. Yeah but Like i even read the name more omnibus- but it's still. I know we've talked about the so much but man does it. Kill me. john burns name more. Has one of these deluxe hardcover omni buses in sunday's daredevils. Yeah not like. Oh yeah all right. Don't don't need a talk about that okay. And then Protect yourself against radiation. What was the the goof fringing. 'cause like jerry. Jones gets into fish to protect themselves and go to situation. That's a complicated. I mean that's pretty funny but yeah you really got to be in charlotte's head at that exact moment to figure that one and then you told us about morrison's it's just a big book to throw it yohannes exactly okay. Do you have since with his. No no. I have nothing these questions of like. What marvel superhero. Would you most want to be a sandwich is like it. Doesn't i'm sorry listeners. It i i.

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"john bird" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts

SRB Media Podcasts

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"john bird" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts

"Um it's not. It's mad that i don't do you go to some indoor motorcross and why they promote latte lots of young faces telling me that illuminates across his better than speed worm not evident avenue missile but the crowds massive for the go and pick the gods monster trucks gotta be other particularly stocker arising but that could be crowds in on. You've been listening to. The running costs are lower. Also so they don't ruin every week now he's probably dispels the communist sla. Why do we want roy roy. All push costs without bringing in an increase in crowds brian. Well while the second day deep predominantly used to be short his late in saudi bring it in. Yeah and then. It's only just well. Then the european union happened on. We couldn't restrict them by law. I think the. I think there's something to be said for if we do. Carry on with real leaks. Ought to leagues. Or wherever the decide grissom. We said that second should be risky. Shown yep so. Suddenly the national league. He's a against the problem vow. Number number of rod again John bird wants the big meetings back. The big british meetings the overseas final pairs fourteen to when when he goes into the espn. I also every club should host the individual meeting which helps out their own mark not remember the fall when the fourteenth to be subway to be honest because we was used to be inside. Group is currently bellevue in brampton. Thousands used to get really good crowds. You know you're assuming different as well. That's another thing as well variety. Makings now there seems to be a common. Among the promoters that found only want to see lake mates in you know when we generally the reason that the individuals donate great crowds is brought at the the season when there's basically fifty phillies win drawn scrambler along up together coupla things to cyber. Can you leave that one. Consider caso brin. Overseas final was a world championship thing. We still the world trump. You qualify for the grand prix or to be. There was nothing it stopped about two thousand three so saying i think we have to have to also understand that this year is different..

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"john bird" Discussed on DSC On Demand

DSC On Demand

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"john bird" Discussed on DSC On Demand

"About. Cats cats love to fly. Yes how how is that. Not the coolest thing ever thank her. Why gets the survey this massive domain. He's dead chris. of course he is. What you guys don't like that. You wouldn't be down for that. Sarah you are the one sadly. I'm sorry fell rain. god no no no. I'm out and still why that's horrible necessarily you are. I'm sorry to say now. He's got all kinds. You're you're the one who's suffered this loss most recently with There's no way you would consider this option that i'd you gotta see this guy. David this shows that is a horror. Movie is wide open. I think i might have put goggles on them. But i think it's the coolest thing ever. I want you to see for yourself and be surprised but this guy did with his dead cat even as a form fitting styrofoam case body. That's pretty that's pretty slick the amazing. Wow and maybe just puts the goggles on if it rains. So flying the kgb. Oh my god. Dot com is the website to see what this follow did with his dead hat. And you know he gets now looking. He gets to have with this cat now. Even those cat has gone onto his great reward for the rest of your life with that catalonia because that is the biggest red flag i've ever seen by god out do this cars. Charles lindbergh of dead animals weird. That's an ostrich. Emily by john bird literally attack you. That ostrich probably always wanted to fly making a dream other this. This guy's hilarious so if you met this guy and you're like oh you see this guy. He's fed he's handsome. He's attractive confidant. And then you go on a couple of dates with them and then he's like. Hey why don't you meet me in the park with my friends. And he whips out his cat. You're not gonna continue the relationship rent for the hell. My phone number freaked out. You know that is the freaking creepiest. That'd be the weirdest thing you've got so messed up. Remember no he's not he's not like run around like frankenstein put it this way. It's not chainsaw. He's not killing. These animals have gone on to their reward. And he's just making the best of it and that's like if they if all.

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"john bird" Discussed on My Marvelous Year

My Marvelous Year

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"john bird" Discussed on My Marvelous Year

"I was like planning on mentioning. Like there's something about seeing kevin here right like jack. Yeah there's a the flavor that because it was just him Yeah the writing th what what is surprising to me. Is that the writing team. Here is jim. Lee plotting scotland del. We'll prosciutto and john bird. Who's back here like helping out with x. men. I think john burns writing the scripts instead of like the plot right like he's undisturbed specifically. I mean so generally actually like would him in to do this. Jimmy's lee's like strong suit like writing character dialogue. I think that's now. He's i think the fact that he's cognizant of that so quickly to is like to his own credit literally right. I mean like life could use that that self awareness because like again by fell just drawing. That'd be fun. I'd be into that. You know like if a better writer is writing stuff for life. L. to draw. That's i mean that is what experts is fabienne is writing the dialogue. Always the will never mind forget. I said anything. I don't like those. But i i think what's like what's cool about or what what's interesting to me. That's four writers on a comic. You would think that comic would just be like a disaster of like comic by committee. Yeah right it works. It works so well. Yeah yeah it is rising The one other thing we should mention is like the x. Men are breaking into teams. Which is going to be a thing now for forever right. So you've got the gold team in the blue team like the gold team is led by storm. And it's kind of like the new or yeah. Yeah it's like most of the new ones like colossus ark angel iceman bishop iceman's old and so as jean grey never mind. There's no easy way to classify it. Like having i i do like having space for more x men characters Especially you know. Obviously like this has been a build of x. Men comics to this point is like bringing everyone back into the fold Getting the old x-factor crew like it is kind of. It's honestly quite fun to read initiative. Ankeny recommend where it's like. Oh hey there's archangel and we don't have to jump to the pages of x factor just to get that content. It's like everyone under one roof again. I actually well excite lifelock. But except that i was like for during the middle of this i was like. Where's night crawler. Kitty pryde like a couldn't remember where they were and then we read excalibur she later. I was like oh yeah. that's right. Forgot about yeah yeah. No that's why here. I think it'd be better if they were here honestly. Well okay so one of my big issues with the The x. men two four through eight that we read after this which is really one story and then aid is own. Bishop follow eighth really good. I think eight stands on. Its own in eight. Feels just kind of like the continuation of the bishop stuff. Yes but forty seven. It's like omega red. The hand risks like the structure twins all coming together. And i think it's kind of messy. It's very often like..

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"john bird" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts

SRB Media Podcasts

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"john bird" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts

"Okay darren pen cook which to read his force really okay. So there are pluses and minuses more suggestion. But something needs to be done before. It's too like you said. I don't think promoters are willing to try anything just in case it doesn't work often is a lot of that. There's a lot of that. Well the clusky lose couple of years ago with the promotion relegation once a few problems the just so well get rid of it. It's what they do all the time. Founder watch network and then maybe look exactly what did work what works and why didn't make it work but pretty clearly. You can't expect to try new things and expect it to work perfectly for on and there was a lot of. I mean what did work was. There was a lot of interest in that promotion rather gatien much. It was a lot of people. Thinking schefter could League was very one-sided solitude. the rising wasn't particularly gretchen. As the mayton unfortunately book happens. It's got something you know. He's got something to the league's being bought more together in russian years than who's i you know some of the top teams in the championship. I would have a good chance of basing kingsley and to be honest if if things work out as they they look at the going to and kingsley finish bossom which does largely unfortunately for them. Lawrence is Confirming that i still signing on to birmingham through. Try booking and dylan's slutty says he's looking forward to a trip to perry barr. Hope you're bringing your off. Essentially can come see prophesied might say no that was completely out of order so they completely characters so i can catch some good rising contractual with stephan nilson. What was any idea when there. I don't have any idea learn Well this is already paid still to be arranged as we are both wednesday trucks. We go there on sunday. You'll start doing operations. I think of this region we certainly the fixture list the titles. Titles you describe the title. Ix retinal with a little bit green so just like knowing th position top position saw. Corbett's incomes john bird. Not book one. Dylan's pretty budgets move. I don't cry me. Chris brag hero. Fake clifton bribe jeff. Daniels darren gonna darren.

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"john bird" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts

SRB Media Podcasts

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"john bird" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts

"Mike is definitely not roy. Never never spoke not. It's got to be healthy to often. These sorts of debates. Kate become income and not very reason. That's what that's all. Oh comments welcome. Lots of people telling matt wrong boy are the next one. Please read collins the kate speedway surviving the cages. Speedway surviving is raising money from outside of the trucks into training academies applauded the luxury and government foot down. Maroons falling as because you only read half the same. Speed surviving is raising monies from it saw stops so to the trucks into training academies of polite luxury in government funding use for the stadiums video the six days a week trying kids as a center of excellence. Woodworker places like bellevue. That would work places. Like lester. not going to happen at birmingham as get access to the truck. Just don't get it. It's not attracted interest. Coventry would be a good one to start with coventry. Would not there oxford's it. Unfortunately we're sort of begging you know. The people stadiums a lot of the time and you got to think that over the years. That's where speed why made its mistake. Not get an exxon stadiums in the days in the thirties and forties when they massive crowds. And so that was. I didn't follow all over. Always said i missed a big opportunity when when scoreboards studied covering this bulletin in nineteen. Oh and you know. There was a big money that was coming in displayed within and they could swim. That money should have been set to so it's a proper foundations imply sperm unfortunate. People said it seems to go to the directions show. That's the way it was then to while you need one person overseeing it with a good business head that knows account we this run as a franchise. Worst teams franchisees but america erica. Yeah but as we said this before the speed what speed release is your finger. Nicholson exactly John bird it seems. This is interesting. That robert lambert has rode his last match for leisure non. I'm pronouncing that right now. Tonight scored four points at the end of heat. Fotini came last and did wheelies waved to the crowd. Could be a return to king's lynn and says an opposing big huge bushwick kings. And if he did to be to. Yeah craig smith. I think this is in replied to rich. Thomas is the stadium or a big deal. Surely it's about the track being prepared well in good rising argues the stuck tracks and example stadium fallen in the truck. It was a good train. Unique tracks yeah. Absolutely the reuters are then you get good entertainment. I just i just don't think okay. So for instance at birmingham. I think people come into that track for the storm particularly inside which i think new.

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"john bird" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts

SRB Media Podcasts

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"john bird" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts

"Been a critic of the less track previously as most people to be. But i'm not putting it down to the track it was. It was not what we needed. Given tomorrow's anything was quite embarrassing really into the despite some of them probably use those over the who unfortunately was just a. I don't know where it. Dan tournaments some people have said that they were trying to keep their average is down in case. There needs to be employed. Swear i don't think. I don't think that's true and i think one much is going to make that difference anyway although we couldn't afford to hire them again at i think that's true Don't think it was stopped the ride from trying anyway I just think we had a bad match. Just one of those horrible really them Yeah i mean chris. Harris came out with some with some credit he. He writes hard Giant shines come up with a lot of credit. He rice todd to Jack thomas real charlie harder Other than that wasn't great the thing you need to do less to usually the gate we weren't making the guys and even if we did by sort of just passed us as if we were still us saw comments actually on one of the one and get these joint Morrissey had a awful meet in. I don't imagine he would resign because he was awful. already commented. I can't remember who it was said. I wouldn't science. Nobody's name anywhere. Because that wouldn't be fair that i should do better. And he was too busy being arrogant. We've had shown the show up at my office where we the mutton unleashed arrogant personal. Melania he's he's not he's not arrogant nowhere against whatsoever even is even being dancer. The track an enclosed season and helped us work on the track. And here you know so That was unfair particularly given his meeting against Red cody was stunted. Yeah but also a people are hurting at the moment and would disappointed with the less to result I mean i went in and didn't expect to win. Burwood would wanted to put up a better show than twenty-seven points but you know everybody has a bad die in the office. And i think he just put it down to that. I hope so. Yeah we got any comments on silo to kneel whole john bird craig's me there in chat rooms fantastic should become shove support. So that's what we need right now but let's talk about move hobson versus baseball here very much. Three very very good much is now to mama grain in the last few weeks and obviously the abroad results will join Three points clear at the top of the table pace..

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"john bird" Discussed on AmigosPC

AmigosPC

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"john bird" Discussed on AmigosPC

"It did. Yeah exactly he's still doing okay. He's been gone for you. So i think that e mail rink. Yeah he probably is listening to though he's a he's listening. Probably good listener now so i think if it went broad and people more they started to grasp onto that i think it could you know. Excel a lot more with more music. A lot of the same genres have similar backgrounds we've made mention on one of our episodes. Where punk and rap. They kind of have the same background. They kind of started the same way. You know anti-establishment establishment. yeah basically. They're against they're fighting for their their rights A really really cool. I'm just trying to think of the nine. This is gonna make really really shit they got this is It's going really shit video bought. It's important so there is. I want a wonderful strolling comedy group. And i just didn't want to get the name wrong. The axis of awesome is what they called. They did an entire comedy set on. How many songs have the same wall cords. Oh we're talking about pumpkin rap having similar similar backgrounds and a similar profile These guys took to the next level and just jammed hates of songs all with the slime all colds and it's genius. It's on youtube so definitely check it out but it's bake exactly to what we're talking about the second out so yeah definitely saying that you know there's a county render. Who was someone to sign such thing as an original idea. Everyone had the idea. Knit twisting differently doing something different with it. It's not massively unique so we need to kinda just sorta roll with it because it's going to be constant and there's always going to be changed. Yeah i actually ran into that restraint. I was on a guest on joe. Mack lino podcasts. He just recently started podcast. Seen your guests on it as well we've been doing something on and off on our podcast for a while and like making fake commercials or just doing admirals in some way shape or form and he does the same thing. And it's like okay. Well it's not an original idea but we put our own spin on it to make it funny yet tightly and i think that that's i think it's more we've got to balance bird here which is one of the very few animals. It doesn't want to fuck you up and yeah you definitely have some creatures out there for sure. Yeah so yeah l. Cassowaries well in you imagine growing up in australia bain dyslexic and thinking that you're getting a casserole and you end up with john bird and you front yard. That wants to pick your isaiah terrible terrible. They've pre scary a lot khalas dive but then i got this big thing on the head. That's like a giant axe and going answering the league. Yeah definitely drumsticks anyway. I think as out deputy prime minister he says was famously quoted if you can farm this someone on this planet that's gonna wanna wait it matter wise words very evolve thought for i political later to got. Well we'll find somebody wants to. That's fine. I think people i'ts cassowaries because they're big matey good. I think that would be a pretty steep thing thing. I've had chicken yeah daintree. Afc ought not just one day astrum stick and gentlemen. If you were able to take down a- cassowaries you would want a parade that thing around as long as you could. Because that's hod they're angry. Little birds went though angry. Big birds get started. It's terrible it's like from sesame street. Big bird huge huge and also predator grown raids. Big bird a lock. That can i can say that movie when big bird snaps skills like mental traffic is fucking pissed back to borrow the rest of the puppets is fucking. I get it. Yeah totally get it the thing i was originally digressing from which was digressing a different area. We've had some floods in victoria and we have a sparta that lives underground so boroughs. It's got like a little tunnel thing that lives in place. You can't say the handwriting justified and slight borrows. Diane be interpreted wrong. Perfect enviros down the hall. Hape all of them and with the floodwaters rising. They can't live in their little boroughs so is floodwater behind them. And there's this wall of spiders just crawling out of this. The flood waters nays topi. And scary thing. If you're a rectify then you've got you gonna deal well with this as online ov cavs driving down the road and there's just like all of these like halloween style spot webs everywhere on the grass on everything spot is coming out of brady at hand big or like imagine every spider in australia's probably hand big like a cup and saucer sources saw all the way up to qisas big. Yes some of them. Some of them want some of them after. That's the thing we got little guys got tarantulas. Yeah yeah we like to keep tarantulas as pets. Is that a thing there with these fighters also. That is a good question. Do you guys have pets just outside. Not we have pets. We have guinea pigs pets pets. We've got all normal things some people have cockatoos okay. Now that's a cockatoo. Word not comparable to which is different. Some kind of sexual move right. It is it is. I've seen it. That's an urban dictionary. Search right they act if not we gotta do. We have to make that. Sorry cockatiel is really beautiful and very intelligent it's quite lodge bird and it's pristine white and has i.

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"john bird" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"john bird" Discussed on The Science Show

"But back to dodos my favorite who better to describe them. Then david attenborough who also reveals. The penguins are actually welsh. The dodo is dead. Everyone knows that but why because fundamentally it lost its powers of site. It's ancestors probably some kind of pigeon arrived on the island of mauritius in the indian ocean way back in evolutionary history. They will probably blown there by storm and it was a great place for bird. There were no wraps or fox's or cats or any other animal that might attack abode. The island was big fifty miles or so across and well vegetated so why bother to fly. Once you get to such a place flying is off to all very energy consuming business indeed. It might have been better for them not to fly for doing so. Might risk being blown away again by another storm so the ancestral dodos didn't generation after generation and their wings. Being no longer used dwindled in size and ultimately became so small that they would no longer lift the birds into the air pigeons. Eat all kinds of things and there was plenty of food on marissa's for fruit leaves shellfish on the seashore at any rate the dodos groove at a big even bigger than turkeys and much the same shape and fat and then sometime around the last years of the sixteenth century men in sailing ships arrive dot out of an portuguese the dodos big fat and fighters defenseless the sailors after weeks and months at sea. Were hungry desperate for fresh food for fresh meat. And the dodos not only flightless but guile listening visited from all accounts didn't even flee it. Who's only too easy for the same as the club. Them to death. And that was why. The men call the burj daughter. Because in portuguese that means stupid humans also began to settle a mauritius and with them came rats and cats and pigs and monkeys some forty years. After the island's discover the inoffensive flightless. Dodo really was dead. We can't be sure of the exact date that the last one died but certainly by sixteen ninety that all gone few physical fragments of their bodies remained to prove that they had once existed. The last stuff specimen was held by the ash molin museum in oxford but by the middle of the nineteenth century it should become so decayed and tattered that the museum with hodges decided it should be burned and all that survives today. Bits of its head and it's right foot rescued from the flames by one of the museums. Curator's that history has been repeated. Many times birds fly to a remote island. Colonize it lose that positive flight and when the world catches up with them become extinct. Cliffs surrounding islands in the northern seas around both america and europe are still throng seabirds birds razorbills full mas and guillemots but once on the more inaccessible islets around iceland newfoundland greenland island and scotland on cliffs. That were very difficult for man or animal to reach. There was some birds that were bigger than all of those others that survived today. They were great orcs. They too and isolation had lost the power of flight and used their wings in swimming. They stood two and a half feet high larger versions. The cousins raise the bills which still retain the ability to fly albeit. Aubrey powerfully on funchiess island off the coast of newfoundland. There was an immense colony. These huge fighter seabirds. At least one hundred thousand paths of them they're emphysema. Men went out to slaughter the birds in thousands for the sake of their flesh and the rich oil that they accumulated in their bodies just beneath the skin and once again the species had no defense one by one. The colonists disappeared those around the orkney islands and killed in the far north of scotland survived longer than most but by the middle of the nineteenth century. They too had all virtually gone in eighteen. Forty three fishermen from st kilda were stranded by bad weather on stac. An armin a tiny rocky islet just off the main island there on a ledge to their astonishment they came face to face with a strange john bird of a kind that never seen before it was the living great talk. They caught it by the throat. Tied up its legs with a rope and took it back to the little stone body where they were sheltering. The bird struggle is so powerful that it almost succeeded in cutting the rope with..

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"john bird" Discussed on Archives of Fabella

Archives of Fabella

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"john bird" Discussed on Archives of Fabella

"Bella year equal to july twenty fourth. Eleven forty eight. Ad earthier on the. Oh second harvey albia Loye married bej. Not ron in a ceremony. That would be the first to lay the groundwork for traditional weddings and fabella. the actual ceremony itself wasn't all that different from north american wedding tradition. There was a minister and witnesses made up of friends and family. But there were a few key differences for starters that not ron for looi ceremony was the first to exchange wedding necklaces. Each adorned with the pendant in the shape of a one winged john bird jeans were one. Winged one is birds. That could not fly. Unless attached to their mate males were born with their wings on the right females on the left they were inseparable and trusted each other to survive. Flying was a chore for the gene. Because it could not be done alone. Most of their days were spent hanging in the trees watching whatever happened and low-hanging areas along the equator with their one big bliss. I- nests were close-knit constructions that allowed the gene too easily. Hop around without the need of linking up with a member of the opposite sex the couple was put together at birth forever linked to their perner and never too far away tragically. There are sometimes odd numbers of genes born to a family. The odd jian aound was often the weakest and quickly. Allied jeans flew by linking their legs together in a bond that was heartbreak. They then flap their wings in unison to achieve flight. It took a lot of hard work to get right. Some jeans took years to even get just a little bit off the ground when they got it right though. That gene couple was a beautiful example of the cooperation required to make relationship between husband and wife work wedding. Necklaces took the place of rings. Infant bella and became more stylized with expensive diamonds and gold plated dependence as time went on abbey for loy wore yellow instead of white for her down and owned rides after her traditionally wore address in some shade of yellow for their wedding day to symbolize joy. Did not run for loy. Wedding ceremony was also the first to feature though wedding spell a spell performed by the minister to join husband and wife and holy matrimony. The spell did two things in casting the spell over the couple. It caused their heart to beat in tandem with each other. Furthermore couples gained the ability to know if their partner with ill are in trouble of feeling much like those reported by identical twins. It was one of the few long-term spells had no expiration date..

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"john bird" Discussed on WNBA Nation

WNBA Nation

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"john bird" Discussed on WNBA Nation

"On twitter from from the trip is it was honestly Just to kind of start at the beginning of the trip was was a blast. Everything went pretty smoothly Flying in we met up with jason. Jason flew in from dallas. We flew from salt lake us. We were all three of us. Meet logan and steve were on on the same plane and good night. woke up. Went to top golf those of you of followed on twitch. Maybe we're part of that twitch out at top gulf that that day. That was a lot of fun. I was just kind of an off the cuff chance that we had to. You know kind of hang out and be there and we met with our good friend. John bird from wind cider and had a great chat with john that was a lot of fun. And so if you guys want to get some good coverage specifically on the washington mystics. John is your guy and shadow to john and shadow to win cider. In general check always always loved their coverage of the. W but yeah. After that logan we got to go to the actual all star game against team. Usa what was your your initial like thoughts and reaction as we as we of got into the game. 'cause i it was it was crazy. The amount of big names all on the basketball court. Yeah starpower was there We were there in twenty nineteen zim arena where we got our first sense of that. But starpower is always.

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"john bird" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts

SRB Media Podcasts

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"john bird" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts

"Will have looked. You can have a look. I look what think it'll come to our heads right. Oh i'm com hop on pleased with that place. Don't look at this table. It's wrong time you're gonna get another one thing i'm gonna get in one one way or on winning all cut one that you put when i was in fourth place company just like you said even more now we prepare this so well that that's the that's the new in i by solomon korbut followed by john bird. Matt burke is on the podium at the moment being closely followed nearby. More dive hundred. Thank you craig. Knee six chris brown and seven. That's about Little john elliott. Brian book cut nine and lawrence fielding ten. We've got ten people now appear seconds within whereas you finish off season bubbling. to debunk. Would well you find us. Only if you want you got okay. I saw the first one in the premiership is Ipswich begins bellevue. You have to go. I try really also bellevue beaux. Six on that one. I'll fifty three thirty certain bellevue facilities before professional. Before i give my buddy said get involved in that prediction thing. Just come into game here. Similar to other seasons we should tell people to do. Just give you a prediction and not spend nine hours just feels. What does all predictions right and all them up next week. So just go. Go go on genocide bellevue by to just to be different and works for me last week. Obviously okay so the next one. Yep next one in the championship edinburgh against barrick. That could be interesting. Didn't do some forty four foot. Five draws Season go on and chris okay. I'll go forty nine. Forty one to edinburgh trading bro Four points to edinburgh..

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"john bird" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"john bird" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Thank you for joining us. Thank you. Good morning, and I love San Diego. Great Navy town. Well, it certainly is. We love it too. So for those who don't know, how did the poppy become the international symbol of remembrance? That's a great question. So during war war want Canadian Army doctor watching his one of his fellow soldiers being buried in Flanders field. Noted that among the crosses, red poppies were growing, and he wrote a poem in Flanders Field, and he said the poppies blow between the crosses row on row three years later. Near Michael's. A US professor wrote a corresponding phone. We shall keep the faith and she lobbied him was successful in making the poppy and 1921 A symbol of remembrance and was adopted in the U. S and by the UK across the British government will so on a day of remembrance in the US, it's Memorial Day in the British commonwealth. It's on November 11th You wear the poppy. Is a sign of remembrance for those fallen many women who gave their lives for us. So the poppy honor wall is generally on the National Mall in D. C. But of course, you know we're still sort of in this this pandemic in between worlds, So this year it's going to be virtual. That's correct. So in 2018 and 19, The first time we took the poppy wall up to the National Mall, right next to the reflection Pond at the foot of the Lincoln Memorial, filled with 645,000 synthetic piece, 133 ft Ball. But, as you said, because of the pandemic, we went virtual last year and again this year, and you can visit it at poppy and memory dot com next year. We're hoping the backup on the mall and still do it virtually so more people can participate and dedicated poppy. All right. Give us give us that website again for people who want to take part. Sure Happy memory dot com A puppy in memory dot com. You can learn about the poem you can learn about the history of the puppy. You could learn about the wall and Memorial Day and you can dedicate a poppy Someone you know who gave paid the ultimate sacrifice for you read about and you can do it right there on that website. Well, that is awesome. John Bird, U. S Navy vice admiral retired senior vice president in U. S A. Which created the actual poppy walls, and we feel like we should mention that. Thank you so much for your time. And your service, sir. Thank you was honor and a privilege to serve our nation. And thank you all so very much. Well and coming up a little bit later this morning. If you would like to go to mount Solar Dad, they are doing an in person memorial today, So we will be talking to them about that a little bit later this morning. I don't have the exact time in front of me, but I will look and see if I can find it on the fly without my glasses. 6 41..

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"john bird" Discussed on The Military Veteran Dad Podcast

The Military Veteran Dad Podcast

07:05 min | 1 year ago

"john bird" Discussed on The Military Veteran Dad Podcast

"That will go a long way. Well blonde i want. I want to just thank you. For validating something that i've talked about a lot in the podcast and i coined it as an empathy bridge of building a connection of. What was life like while you're gone. Did you miss any arguments with a boyfriend that your teenager needed you there and you weren't there for were their issues with girlfriend where their issues the bullies that you weren't there to have data to kind of walk you through that and by each understanding what life was like then you can meet in the middle on that bridge and move forward together and the other and i'm wondering if this was something you struggled with that like when you came home. How much really wished it was something as simple as changing the con on the submarine of like okay. I'm here let's change the con- he has the kind now and that's not how life works and that's part of the the downside of the military's it's so easy sometimes. There's a switch that command even a twenty minute change of command ceremony and you're like man. Why isn't it not like within family but is more economy more just integrated life within family than it is something as simple as a change of command. You're exactly right in if your if your wife like in. My case is doing a spectacular job. Don't screw success. There are things you can do that. You'll want you to do you don't necessarily need to disrupt the routine cheese established so you're absolutely right. Sharing those experience will make the absence seem a lot less. And you're not gonna share them all at once. It's going to be over a period of weeks and stuff that really strange moments. Maybe while you're shaving your son walks in you know. It's not a dedicated. Sit at the table. Share every moment while i was gone. It sort of something happens you. Something is referred to have that discussion and that's powerful. I've just been started going on walks. Assist my oldest daughter who's nine and like a question she's asking and just the curiosity to different things like it's just kind of created this nice intimate moment where we can talk about a lot of different things like. She's got some issues at school that she's working through and those moments like i have no idea where they're headed but i'm positive those moments are creating and there's something i talk about being there for the small things in life so later in life they bring you the big things and it's aboard when you come home as a dad from those deployments to kind of catch back up on those small things because those big things are gonna happen and even if you weren't there for this things you still want to try to make that deposit and connection that you can trust me with the small things that i won't get angry. I won't get upset and we can work on it together because there's gonna be big things in life and you still want to be trusted person and you don't wanna be resentful for the military not taking away that trust when you still have the ability to be there for it. That's well said and the thing you have to remember with children in particular. Is you know there was a saying years ago about. It's more about quality time but remember the children often pick the quality time and it may not be what you think it is right. It may not be that trip to the zoo. In fact it may be a wall with dad. Just me and dad. I my one of my very first things. I started preaching in the podcast kits. Bell love t i m e and you can make a deposit with time in the little ten minutes and change their role the entire day exa- so well said even just this morning after the kids got on the bus. I've been going on like a fifty minute bike. Ride for my daughter and i'll get back in like. Wow it's only eight thirty and we just went on a bike ride. And she's happy as can be in. That's like it's so simple when you focus on it but it can feel like work and it can feel something you're stressing about but that's just your ego telling you inside that you you can't do you really. Can you give yourself permission to do it again. Well said good advice very good advice. Well john i really appreciate you sharing your story. Remembrance and the poppy and memorial day. Message that you have with us today and just your your dad's story of what it can do for other dads out there. Because i think you are an inspiration to other people that are looking for career minded military careers and being able to know that you can have family with you at the top. And at the end and still thrive through that process and that is not just one or the other. But you've got to have that radical honesty of do you have everything in order at home so that you can do it if you don't then it's not something worth writing that check for because you never get another chance to get it back. Well thank you ben. Thank you for your time and sharing your story and thank you so much for doing such a great podcast. I really appreciate you thinking about the importance of military. Dad's dad's in helping out. That's wonderful. I thank you for taking this time to listen to this episode on memorial day. I know this can be a heavy time of year. I know that this can be a really hard time of the year. No the you are not alone that your brothers are out there some of the same things that you are. I encourage you to reach out to a battle buddy someone that you know. You haven't talked to in a while that might be suffering from the same feelings that you do. There is a lot of growth. They can happen when you find that shared misery of that pain that you're going through because when you feel in your heart that you're not the only one going through what you're going through that feeling that can just leave you with this feeling of being free of the burdens that you might be carrying the pressure they might be feeling or just a heaviness of what you've got going on so my big. Take away from. This episode is kind of overarching. One where it was. Very validating john come on the podcast and talk about his thirty five year military experience and kind of tell me essentially that what we put together here in this podcast things. We talk about the principles that we've defined. They're all really part of the military transition now for me. If you've been listening for a long time you know that. I didn't have a family in the military. I didn't have any experience coming home with military family. And i've learned what i've learned through interviewing other military families and dad's on this podcast in this podcast episode with john really validated the whole overarching meeting and that would john talks about has been validated by dad. Over and over and over again. That what we do here within family within the military hit all matters but as we focus on what we leave behind you can see how. John's life has unfolded in a way that continues to impact his kids and his legacy of family. I even while going through a thirty five year military career and having to make hard choices. But then i loved advice retailers. The officer or enlisted person. Listening to that question is the right time. What is the true cost of staying in always on family gets. I hope that if you're listening to this memorial day that you find your peace you find ability to honor the ones maybe in your life didn't come home to honor the family that in your family's tree maybe served their country and then come home. That is the best way that we can memorialize people. That didn't come home. And if you didn't hear my father had friday from last week i read a blog post that i did over on city group of means to me from memorial day and it speaks to civilian and non civilian if you're listening to this as well. There is a link for that in the show notes on that fatherhood friday. If you wanna go check out that blog post guys have an amazing week. Hold the memorial day. Was everything that you hope it would be. And you had some great connection with family and back again to talk to you on.

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"john bird" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

08:30 min | 1 year ago

"john bird" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"MBA just released an official statement after an investigation into the incident that occurred at last night's game. We have determined that the person involved will have his season ticket membership revoked effectively. Immediately. In addition, he will be banned from all events that the Wells Fargo center indefinitely. This is the fan that threw popcorn on Russell Westbrook. We apologize to Russell Westbrook and the Washington Wizards for being subjected to this type of unacceptable and disparate, disrespectful behavior. There's no place for it in our sport or arena. We'll get to more phone calls coming up. We bring in Dominique Wilkins, the Hall of Famer, the Hawks vice president of basketball and 26 close to 27,000 points. When it was all said, and done, he's broadcasting the Hawks playoff games for a Valley sports. And he joins us now. Nique. Good morning. How you feeling? Good. How you doing? I'm doing okay. Were you ever told how your parents came up with Dominique as your name? Yeah, Actually, my dad was in the military. You was in the army. But 26 years But anyway, I was born in so going France right outside of Paris, and we had the 80 nanny. Who name and basically she said to my mom looking little dominate, she said. That's not his name. She said. Well, it should be. And Mom said Okay, Okay, change his name to little dominate. Really? But actually, Dominic is my middle name. My first name is she got shot coming in. Well, so you certainly have the French influence there. Yeah, I do and can't speak a lick of it. But I was wondering if we came up with a nine ft Rim and had you and Jordan do it done contest right now. It would be the greatest nine FT dunk contest ever because we don't have to jump is high, more so that would be fun, actually, but you know, I talked to Dr J. About dunking. He said that he can still dunk, he said. It's It's not going up. It's coming down that hurts so much. You know, I say that all the time. You know it is not going up. That hurts coming down. This was going to kill you, You know, But you know, I can still dunk as well and right age 61, But you know, you could have some aches and pains later on, though. Did you ever feel sorry for when you dunked on somebody? Not a house. That was the most exhilarating feeling that you could ever have. Especially when you do it. You don't want big guys. Big guys with it seemed like to get you charged up after you make a great play like that. Give me the guy you dunked on and you just said, man, That is so good. Well, you folks quite a few, but I would say guys like Like doing guys like Bob Lanier, who didn't speak to me for nine years after that, Uh, you know, Robert Parish and guys like that. I just really got me off on that dump from bigger guys. You junk John Bird, didn't it a few times. A few times a few times, you know? He's getting a job. Well, you can tell when guys go up to block a dunk or contestant and then they start to go up and they realize I'm starting to come down and you're still going up. This is young and, well, you've seen those situations many times. You know where you got the great high flyers and you've got the challenge When you get there, you let Oh, I'm in trouble. You know, When you got the great high flyers man, they have the ability to hang in there a little bit longer than others. Just a beautiful thing to watch. We brought up your brother the other day when he was labeled the Jordan stopper. And I felt bad for your brother. Because you knew that was gonna make Michael when you know you're the Jordan stopper, huh? You know what I call my brother when he said that? And I said, so. I said, What do you doing? You don't want to awaken a sleeping giant. Are you crazy? And he said, Hey, his pants like I do. I see Joe Joe, You know if you're a good defensive player you don't have to talk about And then you don't want to get him round up thinking every like 40. And that's years. Yeah, Whenever there was this guy's the next Jordan or this guy is the Jordan stopper. I went. This isn't gonna go well, it's just it's not I used to love when guys talk trash, you know, I say things because I would be so jacked up ready to play against that. That guy he was gonna have a long night. The atmosphere at the garden last night like you played at the Boston Garden. You know those playoff games with a subject like just like that environment. What is that, like to play in an environment when you know the opposing team hates you. There's no better environment than those hostile environments as a opponent on your court. That's what basketball is all about. That's what competing is all about. I embrace it and it really It's a compliment to you as an individual. When Fans, bull you and try to come at you. It's a compliment you because because they know how good you are. And that's the thing that happened to prey on. You know, I said, you know the last couple days. That's just the respect they have for me. They don't respect them. They wouldn't say anything. But also what is he 20 years of age? I mean, imagine, Yeah. I mean, Nick, you're 20 years of age. You're in the garden there saying f you Trey Young. I am. Wow. It's a bit much. I will say that but at the same time, uh, when you kick somebody's ass They don't chant as much. You know that Then, at the end of the day, you know when the syriza with those same fancy, you know what we have to give him. His respecting is it is do because he came to play. And so he's one of those jumps from the start. That's embrace it. Don't bother you. You know, he loves it matter of fact, so and that's what great players do that looked really good and great places. They embrace that because that's what competing is all about. Do you recognize today's MBA? Oh, yes, of course. Yes. You know, you know, we all play in a different time. You know when I hate when people get to comparing, Oh, this service better. That is better. You know, you know this as more talented and it's just ridiculous When I hear that stuff, you know, people do the history go back, you know Was the greatest players ever play this game we're playing, You know, it was a knockout drag out type of game with guys just went at each other. It was very competitive. And so we've had our time with these guys times, and so only thing I hate is when they try to discredit us to prove a point. Yeah. I just wonder who would have benefited the most in today's rules. Who you played with. I wish that no, I couldn't touch me. You know, back when I played, you know, I was getting 28 30. Plus in hand check era. You know, people ask me. What would you have said? I don't know. You couldn't touch me. I can tell you to be over 35 the game, you know, because I love the physical contact. So the fact that they can't touch you like that anymore. I definitely would be beneficial to me. What's the best performance you ever witnessed? The best performance I haven't witnessed. The part of was against Michael Jordan, and I never had a player to do this before. I think I had 57 in Atlanta. We go back to Chicago weeks later. Remember Michael Jordan walks in our locker room before the game. We in suiting time, haven't gotten dressed that he walks in our locker room. I'm like, How is he doing? You know, so I'm thinking maybe going to the training room or something. What he wants by me. He walks by Kevin Willis and against the reigning women slap someone behind. He said Lace him up is gonna be alone and drunk and walked out and I'm in shock. I'm like you just and I didn't know what to say. I said, Well, you tell that so, So, Scottie Pippen. I will kick it got in there. What to say. Yes, 60. But you know, even though he had sixties the way he had it You know, it was electric man. I mean, it was. It was incredible to witness. You know what? He was unique. When we see Kobe Kobe was a volume shooter. Mike was pretty economical. Like he. He made the most of his possessions and his shots..

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"john bird" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"john bird" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Let's go to Roosevelt, who is hanging on my friend? Hey, Roosevelt, your turn. No, I don't, sir. Good, sir. Uh, I was very attentive in the Conversation You were having What? The young man just a little while ago. The last dollar and I found it interesting. I said. I wish I could say what these two guys are saying. What I meant by that is I wish I could say I love police. But unfortunately I can't Because my experiences that I've had that friends of mine have had And family members have had So You guys to use the word love is Well him to me. I on G. I hear that Roosevelt and again it's I love your perspective. When I say I love police. I respect the hell out of what they do. I know there are bad cops. I think most cops are good. And in Roosevelt, I'll say two things. I think most cops are good. I wish the good cops. Would turn in the bad cops because they know who the bad cops are. That's where I was heading. Um, now I will say this I do respect the cops, the police. I do. You think Roosevelt? You think most cops are good. Can't say that because of what you just said it most cops are good. Then the good cops are complicity by not opening their mouth and turning into bad cuffs. And so that that blanket In other words, didn't that extends the number of a number of annoying area? You see what I'm saying? It's like, wouldn't that would remember that old song by Donny Osmond one Bad apple don't spoil the whole bunch? No, it does in this case, because that you know, here's my point. You need more frank, sir, Pickles and less John Birch member John Bird's 20. Years of torture. How can a guy go on detective for 20 years and one of the biggest cities in the United States off torturing minorities off fortune confession, right? Now Roosevelt the Roosevelt to pull you back to present day and I agree with you about birds. But this shooting of this 13 year old boy I hope you agree with me that this is not a black and white case. Uh, right. Okay. Good. And I'm gonna tell you why I originally lift. Let's backtrack a little bit originally, our mayor said What was, she reported in front of the The media was that on officer have reported two young men. And that one of them had and the gun was pointed back at the officer and my correct Yes, they will miss. Take it. See that in the video. I didn't see that in the video. Okay? Did you see that? No, they were mistaken, and they walked that back as soon as the video came out. That's exactly my point. Now my my mother jumped to conclusions right away, and she said You know? She went with it. She ran with it. And she said the opposite, she said The cops killed the kid before the video, and I said You can't say that Mama. I did not defend it. But I said, Let's get all the information and let's see the video. This is Prior to the video, and so I said to her. You can't say that if I don't care who it is, It's a kid or grown up points that got into the officer. You know, I can't believe it. But Roosevelt Even even after the video. It's still a complicated Incident. Yeah, I only agree with you. It's it's complicated by the fact that Time he slipped. You had a gun made a good point. He had a gun. You know, he did. He did. You did, but but back to the original Mayor when she said price to the video, she said the report that they I'm assuming that the report was handed to her by police. So the original Information that we got prior to the video was that that kid pointed the gun back at the officer. I didn't see that in the video. Well, we will know Roosevelt. We will find out Who's behind that faulty information because the prosecutors were saying the same thing and they had to walk back what they said so well. There needs to be an investigation. Roosevelt As to why inaccurate information was put out there before the video was released. And that's that complicates things more, Joe. Do you agree with that? I do, but But none of that should impact a decision made on this cop that what this cop did should be totally separate. Yes, because it should be total evidence and told fax. Yeah, Thank you, Brother Roosevelt. You're the best man. Thank you. Thanks for the call. Have a good weekend. 844305 78 100. I guess how close with this before we move on. What happened to George Floyd and what happened to Adam Toledo? Is not the same. Tragically. They were both killed. But that's where the similarity ends. Nothing. That the police did the George Floyd Was reasonable. Nothing. That cop killed George Floyd. There was nothing reasonable about that use of police force. We can't say the same thing yet. About Adam Toledo. This 13 year old boy. We can't say the same thing yet. This is different. This was a split second decision. You're chasing a man through the alley with a gun that is different than sitting on Putting your knee on a man for nine minutes and 29 seconds. Those they're two completely different things. And I guess the moral of the story. The whole big macro. Big picture point is We need The judge each of these incidents on their own. On their own merits. Every police shooting. Needs to be judged. On its own merits. We can't just blanket say they're all guilty or they're all innocent. We got to be better than that. Yes, There are systemic problems in Yes, I'm pro cop. And I've told you that I don't believe cops treat black lives like they treat white lives, but every single police shooting Just like every crime out there every time you would hire accused the cry of a crime. You got to be judged on by the time the incident itself. We've got to be better about that. 844305 78 100 Joel, don't go anywhere..

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The Comeback Bird: Meet the Ko'Ko'

Short Wave

05:49 min | 3 years ago

The Comeback Bird: Meet the Ko'Ko'

"Hey everybody I have shortwave reporter. Emily Kwong in the studio with me. Hey Mattie hey you you so today we are turning a spotlight on Guam which is a US island territory in the Pacific Ocean. That's right Guam. Is An eight hour plane ride from Hawaii Wii but a quick phone call for us to reach Suzanne Medina. She's a wildlife biologist with the Guam Department of Agriculture. We spoke with her at five fifteen in the morning. Her Time Eight. I naturally get up early. I enjoy the quiet. In the morning on Guam assists a little too quiet because there are no birds that are are waking up with us. Why is it so oh quiet? I feel like it's a tropical island so it should be bustling with some birdsongs. You would think but sometime. In the Mid Twentieth Century Guam's biodiversity diversity began to take a nosedive because of one slithering stowaway. Yeah in the late. Nineteen forties the island was being rebuilt. This was after World War. Two and some military cargo ships arrived with Brown tree. Snakes on board be snakes are venomous. Prolific tree climbers and most significantly. They have no natural predators on Guam. So they're eating all kinds of stuff but nobody's really eating them. Essentially yeah the Brown tree. Snakes invaded the island gobbling up eggs and birds at a rate that was really shocking. It profoundly alter the ecosystem in Guam and the forests grew for more and more silent with every passing year because of this one snake. Yeah and biologists. They felt totally helpless because they didn't have money to bring these preyed upon John Bird populations into captivity and no one in the scientific community including fish and Wildlife Service believed that a snake or what invasive Predator could take an entire population. It had never been documented before. So that's why it wasn't until the late nineteen eighties that we were able the start to receive funding on recovering birds and by that point multiple forest dwelling bird species had disappeared. Some of them only found on Guam. They became totally extinct in the wild meaning. They aren't in nature anymore but there are a few of them in captivity. Yes and there were two species headed in that direction. The Micronesian Kingfisher Fisher which is called the Sea Hake in tomorrow the indigenous language of Guam and the Guam rail which is called the cocoa military personnel assisted in creating these human human chains to scoop up the remaining birds including twenty-one cocoa and from this founder population of captive birds almost forty years since the cocoa go vanished from the wild in Guam. There are now more cocoa in the wild then in captivity. The cocoa is back back again again. No cocoa okay. All right tell a friend today on the show. We cocoa the second bird in history that we know love to come back from extinction in the wild. How biologists did it with a little matchmaking and a lot of patients are emily? You've brought us the recovery story of the Guam rail the second bird in history to be brought back from extinction in the wild. What do they look like? Okay so Guam. Rails which are called Coco in. Guam are about a foot tall brown with a grey stripe above their eyes. And they don't fly so when Coco's were thriving in Guam rancher scattering chickenfeed would often see them Creep in out of the forest. There's wonderful stories of families leaving their doors open to their houses. which is what we do and you would find? A Family Coco in in your house. Just kind of like hanging out in there and maybe foraging in the kitchen or whatever you just have to push them out the door they slugs snails seeds flowers out there getting food they can get it. Aren't we all right and they have what's called a territorial call and it's a very long one minute Data data data data that that that the data in it just goes on and on. Suzanne Medina loves these birds. She came to Guam in nine hundred ninety seven and by that time the forest had grown pretty quiet. The trees had been a native birds weren't around to disperse their seeds in. You mean like disperse them with their poop. That's right poop doesn't and get enough credit. It's important no. It's true and in the absence of these native birds. The spiders they preyed upon totally surged. Suzanne actually carries a stick. Dick as she walks around the forest knockoff spiderweb so the forests are just all out of whack so clearly. The situation is pretty bad. How did Suzanne and her colleagues bring back Sococo well? One of their first allies in his effort. Zoos on the American mainland so in the late nineteen eighties. Zoologist at the Guam Department of Agriculture named Bob Beck championed a major recovery effort. This founding group of twenty-one Coco's that were captured were split up. Some were sent to zoos zoos including the Smithsonian Zoo here in DC that was Guam's insurance population like a bird savings account shirk. The other birds were kept in Guam to to be the production population so to be bred in captivity and eventually released but there was a big problem. What was that well? The offspring the first generation born in captivity did not want to make babies. There's a lot of aggression issues with them. Some perspective mates would actually fight each other instead. I mean captivity is pretty stressful. It's definitely not a mood setter uh-huh and these biologists did not know what to do. It's not like there's an instruction manual for raising cocoa's the birds went extinct in the wild so quickly that there was nothing known on natural history so a lot of what was done in the early years was just trial and error. Uh

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Data Crunch with Federica Cocco and John Burn-Murdoch

Data Stories

13:27 min | 3 years ago

Data Crunch with Federica Cocco and John Burn-Murdoch

"Get started with the topic of today so today as i said we have not one but two guests and we're talking about out of very interesting new data or data analysis and communications series from financial times and it's called beta data crunch and it's very very interesting series we're going to talk about it in a moment the end to talk about it we have federica cocoa and john bird murdoch welcome welcome federica and john on the show hello so we typically start the show with our guest introducing themselves so can you briefly give us so little bit of a background with your interest and maybe even your current position of financial times i'm john and i'm a senior data journalist at the f. not so i work as part of a big team including dates journalist statistics journalist graphics interactive all of all these the things developers analysts designers reporters yes so crunched his one of the things involved in at the moment as well as just doing lots of data driven an reporting and stories and graphics and my name is federica must statistics journalist i started working at the f. t. three and a half years ago i started out my career as a fact checker then i became a reporter i worked for the daily mirror and the times over time i just got frustrated with how after working as a fact checker how news organizations treated numbers and statistics and i felt like they weren't taking them that seriously and so when i joined the f. t. i just felt like i found the right place for me and here i get to count as much as possible statistics knows very good you have a lot of great data journalism coming out of a f. t. and the fun format that caught our eye we want year as well we want to talk about is the crunch series so can you tell tell us a bit about what that is and how you came up with the idea and how it works so crunched is a series of short videos where we address topics picks that are newsworthy we tried to explain so explain them so they're sort of an explainer format and we also fat fat check maybe controversial signs of them so for example we've done videos on on abortion on inequality on poverty you just addressing the issues behind statistics how you define the numbers and helping readers to understand how the fact checking process works but because quite often when people hear about charts and numbers you know the general population is maybe sometimes it scared of them so we try and make it fun and engaging engaging and very colloquial conversational we quite often use props we've done data visualizations with hera bows or a coke globe job or these number blocks that i used to use an elementary school in italy so we try to be creative with it as well i think they're sort of blending with one of the other questions nations we're going to discuss here as well about the the impetus behind this series and i think one thing we should mentioned as well this this is very much a collaboration between us on the data team and the video team itself self so juliet rebel on a on the video team was one of the well she was probably the initial spark actually who who suggested federally federica and i work on something like this and each of these episodes involves three or four people from the video team of course doing all the direction recording as well oh i think then yeah in terms of sort of other other reasons for doing this we both as along with a lot of people at the f. t. big funds the way that people hunt rustling have done data virtualization in the past in terms of really thinking about it as fundamentally trying to reach and engage with with people rather than just rather than this sort of like publication on one side reader on the other side and nothing in between really trying to think about how to actually bring people in make this stuff more accessible start conversations thing so yeah mona shalaabi from the guardian is another big inspiration mars is somebody who can then communicate numbers and a really fun and engaging way yeah and again i think mona was a big inspiration in particular for decision to try and draw these charts by hand rather than just presenting sort of prepared digitally designed and printed and another another reason for starting this series is that the f. t. is trying to attract younger audiences and so for example there was a focus focus group years ago that asked breeders how they pictured the f. t. if if if the if the frontal times were to be a human being and a lot of readers particularly or people in this focus group particularly women said they imagined a man in a suit the had their vacuum and so we're really there's a lot of efforts to try and and redesigned image rebrand because a lot of people who work at the f. t. r. like cost very a young they're very geeky very enthusiastic we have a lot of fun together in the office and so we were trying to to show that as well and to to do that i mean john and i work on stories that range from politics to markets to corporate new stories and the these things to cheat as i said to the general population they might be very dry but they can be really really interesting once you get into sure yeah absolutely i mean certainly certainly certainly from my part of trying to change that stereotype i'm not wearing a suit in any of these to try to make that clear but again i think my my way of thinking about about this is i i want as we're on the same page with this we want to produce something which if if someone stumbles upon one of these videos on youtube they weren't looking for they just get recommended it next we want to produce something where they they sit there and a give us give us a chance they don't immediately think oh what's this boring old financial mt thing they actually think oh what's this let's have a look so we're just trying to make something which feels a bit more native to that younger generation yeah i think what what really surprise me i think it's interesting that you've been mentioning a number of people who's working flint's your work but i still see a couple of really interesting interesting innovations in the way you you you create these videos so the first one the first one that caught my eye my eyes is this idea that you actually drawing in real the time the the extra graphs right i've never seen anybody do that i think it's really interesting right and by the way one question for you later on his how do you do that right and i think what really works what works really really well is that you have to people on the screen and and it's a very nice and casual conversation but it's not trivial at the same time right so i see these two elements as a very innovative vivere i like it a lot i guess it's a bit like the conversations that we might have at a pub generally that's when you become a journalist the first thing that they tell l. u. is this is how you decide if a story is good and how you communicate to imagine you're at the pub with your grandmother or imagine you are talking to your aunt aunts and driving away what's the first thing that you tell her just before she drives away so we thought about that and we thought about the conversations at the pub and they're sort of very very faithfully reflect that quite often you know we'll have debates about politics so in by turning them into videos and and thinking about our audience and people might want to listen to us there's also that extra element of having people commenting on the videos and aas being able to talk them and if they have any questions on the data then we can answer them so there's an extra interactive try yeah yeah yeah it is perhaps not surprising the as journalists journalists a lot of our ways of thinking about things involve the pub but it is remarkable how you know it's the same thing when when we've covered elections in the past on all always is be thinking okay what are the half dozen things that would be a great talking point when you were in the bump in the bar because it's it's not idea that first of all i think when you think about it in that context you're immediately thinking about making something fun interesting engaging you know no one wants to be the person who says what about such and such and everyone just turns the other one's uh-huh so when you imagine someone to across from you i think i think it really helps and then you also want to make it like we say not not lighthearted in terms of not taking issue seriously but just a bit more engaging so that someone feels that this is a conversation they can almost be part of raw than than just being told not and as he said without not being condescending i mean a big inspiration for me was i worked for a couple of years at a tabloid and tabloids get really bad raps but actually they're they're incredibly good at communicating new stories to anyone and that was reading reading important for my formation as a journalist work there and to know how to hard-right something to make simple without being condescending without being haughty without thinking that i'm better than anyone else for understanding something that's certainly something that i'm really really keen to eliminate from not you know not that it's a problem in data journalism but just sort of eliminate from the narrative about numbers that they're scary that they're complex lex and that not anyone can understand them i do genuinely believe that anyone count as long as they're passionate enough yeah i think again just to add one more thing on that point point that distinction between condescension and making something more accessible i think is really important on there was some conversation between a few days because asian partition is on twitter recently were i can't remember who it while someone was saying that the idea of talking to a broad audience was for them essentially code code for saying we should dump something down but that's absolutely not the way we are predecessor get is not the way a lot of a lot of tabloid approaches it's about thinking i want to put something out here it's not going to matter whether you are a postgraduate or whether you left school aged sixteen you're going to be able to see what we're talking about an understanding so i think that's really the aim here and also this is something that concerns you something that is very important because journalists this is every you know everyone a ah news stories about economics about finance about markets about mc metrics like poverty and inequality or about bush and they concern everyone and and so it's if if we don't make something understandable if people turn the other way it's on us it's not on them it's our fault yeah absolutely yes i think that's a great gap you're filling there and i think you're doing it really well so can we learn a bit about the process of what's happening behind the scenes especially early like how do you get you mentioned the sort of easygoing conversation and very like you're good team and you know like playing the ball into each other all the time to prepare is it like scripted doctor you know exactly what you're talking about or do you just talking and you keep the best bids or oh how do you end up with i'm curious because i have a podcast to run as well so as you can tell so far like february we really just don't like each other attack the nice is quite natural i think is like we said like federica said we're trying to create the natural flows so so you ask about script and we d- we don't tend to write word for word what we're going to say but will will be more like bullet points i think a few times that we tried to script it we sounded entire yes juliet anywhere exactly it's like you you sound it sounds sounds more official and also as soon as you slip up and miss one word it just completely throws you so we find that it makes a lot more sense to we we'll we'll rehearse things again canonise sort of rough outline censor know enough we know a lot about all of the different talking points so that whatever whatever way the conversation goes we can just make the natural thing this stuff is does require a bit more training and nothing that we're getting better at is just how we actually look on cameras so there are a lot of the stuff that i don't think comes across seemed to have three little things angles and where we should be looking at different times some is is completely natural and it's exactly what you'd expect but there are other bits when we'll have julia or one of the other videography saying how can you not look at that when you say oh can you look at each other when you're talking so it's becoming more natural but certainly the first couple of sessions we had quite of an back stage direction do you do like a couple of full run throughs and do a couple of takes the whole story or to repeat individual like like bits of

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Iraq War veteran's wife deported to Mexico after wanting Trump to intervene

Lawn and Garden Show

01:44 min | 4 years ago

Iraq War veteran's wife deported to Mexico after wanting Trump to intervene

"Following it NewsRadio twelve hundred w a, couple of, huge wildfires in northern California now are being treated as one massive blaze the ranch fire threatening thousands of. Buildings and prompting thousands of people to flee their homes in Mendocino and lake counties the fire has scorched, more than one hundred fifty thousand acres and his only thirty percent contained Pentagon officials say efforts to find American soldiers missing during the Korean war will continue in a news conference Major General Kelly. Mckeag says the, recent discovery of presumed American remains will not be the last doctor John bird says his preliminary assessment finds the remains are. Quote consistent with being Americans from the Korean war and the, wife of an Iraq war veteran isn't sure when she'll see, her two daughters again Alejandra warez a Florida saying goodbye to, her family before boarding a plane to Mexico and being deported yesterday members of. Congress delivering a letter earlier this week to President Trump asking to stop that deportation her husband. Is a naturalized American citizen A former marine with a tour in Iraq under his belt and, a self proclaimed conservative who voted for Trump both daughters born in the United States breaking news on the hour at the half and anytime at w. dot com brought to you by comfort air. Engineering time now, for traffic and weather together we have an accident reported on the westbound side of highway ninety at couples not much of. A delay though attached to this that's the good news we, also have minor slowdowns as you move northbound on for ten, approaching thirty five on the northeast part of town if you, see wreck gifts a call to one hundred seventy five twenty six o one. I'm Stephen foster NewsRadio twelve hundred w Away. From the roofing dot com weather center A started the weekend on this Saturday with a. Few clouds initially did some afternoon signed China's the. High approaches ninety four clear to the evening the low tonight will drop to seventy. Five and partly cloudy and slightly..

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Wall Street eyes more gains from Apple, its $1 trillion stock

KNX Programming

03:47 min | 4 years ago

Wall Street eyes more gains from Apple, its $1 trillion stock

"Friday Morning America's First news continues on. This third day. Of August pre-market numbers. On Wall Street trading up slightly Dow futures up seven this morning. S and p futures up less than a half. Point NASDAQ. Futures trading up for of course all eyes this. Morning we'll be on the Labor Department's monthly jobs report it, will be released at eight thirty a. m. eastern today we'll bring, it to you live right here on America's First News economist forecast that employers added one hundred ninety one thousand jobs last month, that's down from the two hundred thirteen thousand in June. But easily enough to lower the unemployment rate over, time the jobless rates projected to decline to three point nine percent, that would be near an eighteen year low of course pointers likely added those jobs at a solid pace with the robust economy at their backs nation shares were. Flat Friday in mixed trading ahead. Of that jobs report there appear to be Can't carry over from overnight gains on Wall Street is apple reached the one trillion. Dollar value level. Stocks climbed Thursday as. The surge boosted tech shares apple jumping two point nine percent tesla. Soared sixteen point two percent after it said production. Of its. Lower cost model sedans growing and CEO Elon Musk. Said the company does not expect to need to raise more, money from investors musk also apologized to those on the call yesterday, about his recent behavior we'll get more on that in just a bit when we check in with AFN RAF market analysts later, on in the show consumer products and healthcare companies they. Rose a second quarter results from corporate America continued, to surpass investors expectations and Google is reportedly working on a mobile, version of its search engine that would comply with strict censorship controls in China the intercept reported the works begun since well it's been ongoing since twenty seventeen it. Accelerated in December though Following a. Meeting between Google and top China officials the report cited internal documents and unnamed people familiar. With the plans according to the intercept Google created a custom Android app. That would automatically filter out sites blocked by China's. So-called great firewall Google at previously complied with censorship control starting in two thousand six as Sada toehold in, the booming Chinese economy but it faced backlash from human rights groups in some shareholders a government scientists says an initial examination of remains handed over by North Korea are consistent with being Americans John bird. Is the director of the defense department. Laboratory, in Hawaii that's where the fifty five cases arrived on Wednesday Korean officials that we spoke. To we're very forthcoming and candid with us and Couple of things they. Told us I these were remains believed to be American from the Korean war they also though clear with us that they couldn't be sure. How many individuals were represented in each box And it's a little bit. Of a complicated scientific process to determine, how many individuals you have when you have skeletal remains that. Are often fragmented and in some cases not well preserved we found remains that were consistent with being Americans We have remains that look. To have been in, a state of, preservation consistent with coming from the Korean war era The material evidence found with the remains was consistent with US military issue equipment. From the Korean, war and also was in a state of preservation consistent with having come from pre more battlefield sites as an anthropologist.

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US bishops: Sex claims show US cardinal's 'moral failure'

Barsky Radio

02:23 min | 4 years ago

US bishops: Sex claims show US cardinal's 'moral failure'

"Ron. Hersi eighty eight, degrees mangoni park eighty. Nine degrees in Margate congress sending a very loud message to China, in its efforts to, obtain. US technology US Senate approving a seven. Hundred sixteen billion dollar defense spending Bill. With bipartisan support the house had approved it last week President Trump says he will sign it senators are taking. Another look at foreign influence on US social media election interference, from abroad represented intolerable will salt on the democratic foundation miss Republicans built on North Carolina Republican Richard Burr says four and actors are continuing efforts to influence u. s. elections Nothing underscores that. Fact more than yesterday's announcement by Facebook that they've identified over thirty new accounts That are imposing chaos in the virtual domain Democratic Senator Jeanne Shaheen of New Hampshire says she's not surprised by the recent news from Facebook now that it's not just about. Hacking into electoral systems and state registration systems it's also about sewing divisions. Within the country among politicians among average citizens the remains of what are believed to be more than fifty American MIA's from the Korean war are heading home today at South Korea's Osan, airbase defense. POW m. i. a. accounting agency forensics specialist John bird says the remains appear. To be legitimate remains from the Korean war they are likely to be American remains They are quite. A lot in fact we're the largest We've ever received North Korea handed, over fifty five boxes the, Harrisburg Catholic diocese in, Pennsylvania releasing the names of seventy-one priests and religious officials. Accused of child sex, abuse since the nineteen forties Bishop Ronald gainer told reporters a new, website was launched today to provide a list of priests deacons and other officials in my own name and. In the name of the Diaz in church of Harrisburg I express profound sorrow and I apologize to the survivors of child sex abuse gainer added that they will. Waive any confidentiality rights reached as part of civil settlement I take this step so that the. Survivors can feel free to tell, their.

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The FDA Issued a Warning Against Vaginal Rejuvenation Procedures

Tony Katz Today

09:22 min | 4 years ago

The FDA Issued a Warning Against Vaginal Rejuvenation Procedures

"I gotta admit that crowd does sound kind of rapid All right everyone calm down calm down we'll throw a. Kosta, out but what would you have to do with him All right let's let's not get crazy here When. You hear. The tone turn the record over Hey hungry well how about a nice giant heaping a first-class democratically-elected dumb of such epic proportions of Mike trigger. Your gag reflex on Capitol Hill Tuesday ice official Matthew albums had to explain to Senator maisy Geraldo of Hawaii that illegal. Immigrants break the law when crossing the border seriously Mr. albums was explaining to Senator brain dead that those detention facilities are. There, because they are in fact by definition criminals yeah but. Poor old Mr. Rono just couldn't make the connection these. Individuals are there because they have. Broken a law there. Has to be a process they have broken alone let, me as teams so by the president with his they're there for violation. Of. Title of the immigration of US nationality, act okay there eighteen thirteen. Twenty-five that's illegal entries both criminal and civil violation they are in those. FRC's pending the outcome of that civil immigration process Yes they have broken the law. Well these are mainly. My my understanding is that under zero-tolerance these are no, longer civil civil proceedings but in fact we're coming up proceedings criminal proceedings. When. The border patrol prosecuted them what at, the conclusion of that process. Once an individual came into ice custody they would go through administrative proceedings Well look God bless. Mr. Rono for at least fessing. EPA, something that most Democrats are. Afraid, to admit I'm confused I gotta tell you there was a time when I was naive enough. To believe that, we could shake liberals, out of their stupor and get them to, come around by engaging in a calm. Respectful dialog using facts and basic logic, let me tell you something folks You can't fix stupid. And finely, for, you ladies out, there a very important medical alert you know that whole vaginal rejuvenation procedure that all the. Stars in Hollywood. Or having doctors perform don't. Do, it, the FDA issued a severe warning on Monday that, the laser devices used by doctors to destroy. Tissue during. The operation have not been approved for this Pacific type of procedure Americans are we really this dumb I mean look I'm no genius but even I could have told you it's a bad idea, to, spot weld your privates I'm Brian. Baker I'm confused a great day Jim Acosta, exactly, what is his, plan I'm Tony cats great to be with you eight three three four six eight eight. Six six nine. Because Jimi Kosta thinks that He's the. One being abused you heard. There that it was the Trump rally in Tampa and people are screaming and yelling Jim Acosta. Angry with Jim kosten Jim. Acosta he seems truly confused truly lost at the idea that, anybody would be upset with him Stunned these maverick he put out on Twitter this is true this this. Is Jim Acosta CNN one of the surprising things, I heard tonight in Tampa is Trump's supporters. Saying I. Should be on their team anybody remember when we were on the same team I do Who exactly is he talking to, right there What is he talking about when? He's talking about all? On the same team what was that exactly You mean we're all on the same team when we wanted to report on. The election of two thousand sixteen and journalists weren't taking sides proactively for Hillary Clinton against Donald Trump they weren't. Proactively stating that they were giving up their journalistic integrity to ensure Donald Trump? Didn't win the election Who is he talking to How in the world? View come to this place anybody remember when we, were on. The same team I do Well this led, to a A piece that is in the, Washington Times by Larry, O'Connor Larry, O'Connor's a friend Larry O'Connor's. A fellow radio host. You, you catch him on On. Radio there in DC And he wrote magilla constant CNN don't understand about the angry crowds at Trump rallies And what he says is that Jim Acosta is saying that I'm very worried that the hostility whipped up by Trump and some in conservative media. Will result in somebody getting hurt we. Should not treat our fellow Americans this way. The press is not the enemy that line, has got, the press very upset the president enemy, of. The people fake news conversations etc I. Have discussed this in on many different occasions. And and I continually remind people that the, press is not simply a victimized observer in this, case They are the ones. Who made this happen when you. Were willing proactively to speak out against President Trump didn't matter what it was and not fully look at Hillary Clinton you have culpability. In this situation And it. Is a situation I, won't say now is the press the enemy the people know are there. Members. Of the press who? Are, willing to. Lie repeatedly to move, forward their agenda they've given up journalistic integrity they're actually not journalists get somehow want the respect and somehow this do privilege of the reporter absolutely should they get it no it shouldn't but to. This point Larry O'Connor writes that what Mr. consta- doesn't understand is that. The, anger and hostility and loathing he sees on the faces of Trump supporters in his video, is a, reflection of the same hostility they see on. The faces, of anchors reporters and. Analysts on his network now there's no doubt? That people look at CNN and they look. At MSNBC and they say my God these people are are are nasty and vicious and mean and crude an awful why do they treat us like this one and they talk to us like this with it's this constant. Talking down to it's disgusting and It's awful They don't want to be treated, like this how many Americans voted the way they voted because they were sick and tired of being. Called racist they woke up. Every morning they went to work. Every day they took care of their families and they paid, their taxes why they're also racists. And bigots You couldn't least cut him a, break couldn't give them some slack But I don't think. Larry O'Connor has it right Larry O'Connor's break He's a friend, as I said it is not that Jim Acosta doesn't understand about the anger. And the hostility it's that he does not accept that you have the right to have any. Anger or stability you see everything would be better if you would just. Listen to him everything would be better if you're, on his team everything would be better if you would just listening, because after all, he's the press. He's the media he. Knows what's right The issue, the fundamental issue. With elitism is not It has no dollar amount to. It you agree Richard bore and be an elitist you'll. Be a man or woman and be an elitist the issue with elitism. Is that they believe they know better than you. And the. Problem is you didn't listen to them Everything. In America better if you just listened. Everything would be better if you just do. What I say this is exactly what Barack Obama was. Beginning to end Jim Acosta's the same way why are these people so. Mad at me I'm just trying to save them The issue is. Not that he doesn't understand the issue is? That he believes you don't understand That's Jim Acosta me I'm Tony cats PC mobile news. On the. Level of the Mine. Kirk darling here's what's. 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