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Washington D.C.: Arlington National Cemetery expansion prompts plans for road, land changes

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Washington D.C.: Arlington National Cemetery expansion prompts plans for road, land changes

"Arlington National Cemetery is going to expand to the south and at about fifty acres for future burials but a bunch of road in land changes are planned first the project includes moving Columbia pike for their self adding wider sidewalks to it and then a ten foot wide cycle track consultants project manager John Martin says the plan also fully incorporates the U. S. Air Force memorial several residents who spoke at a public hearing are worried about the future of the memorials outdoor concerts the project's design is thirty five percent complete the hope is to have it finalized by fall and construction start in spring of next year watch a fly through video of the plan at WTOP dot com search expansion in Arlington Michelle bash WTOP

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"john martin" Discussed on Science Salon

Science Salon

12:15 min | 1 year ago

"john martin" Discussed on Science Salon

"Sorry Shelley Shelly. Kagan fact you have a blurb from Shelly I think on your near death. Experiences is book. Kelly says on that particular quote this strikes me as an outrageous thing to suggest. It doesn't really matter he's here talking about the Nazi tortures. It doesn't really matter. Surely it matters to the torture victims. When they're being tortured it doesn't require that this makes them toz MC difference Princeton the turtles significance of the universe for it to matter whether a human being tortured it matters to them? Manage their family matters to us right and imagine if the Nazi told the victim. Look I'm doing this but it really doesn't matter because eventually it'll be over eventually. We'll all be dusk. That would be a terrible argument. Doc and Wayne craigslist similarly terrible. Yeah well that's the arguments made Just a couple of other examples. Ben Shapiro's new book The right side of history. I had been on my podcast. He's a friend. I I really like Ben. But he and he's much more intellectual than than most Theissen on this regard but he takes on pinker myself and Sam Harris that the argument that moral values can be derived through reason. And you know the the whole enlightment project and so on. And so you know. Ben's argument in this book is that it's it's Athens and Jerusalem that is pinker and Harrison Ir depending any non Athens Greek reason and all that but but Jerusalem and so he's really leaning here on this biblical idea that humans were remain in God's image and that's what gives us dignity and that's what grounds moral values and something beyond just survival and flourishing of human beans means or the or the wellbeing of conscious creatures Osam defines it. He wants something more again. It's that there's some outside source that says this is valuable right well exactly so. The argument sometimes pertain to ethics moral values but also to meaningfulness list or meaning in life and obviously some people argue that without God that would be no meaning in life and again. I think that argument is problematic. Attic and one way of putting it is if we are made in God's image what exactly is that but what it's got or who is God what his properties that we mirror. What exactly What specifically could give us guidance? So as you now another southern Californian Rick Warren famous minister in China has yeah right right. Has Written a book about the purpose driven life. Hyphen says his arm. Meaning comes from fulfilling God's mission from us God God's purpose for us but now the question is what exactly is purpose. What exactly is it to live in accordance with God's mission for us if if it's very abstract then it doesn't really give us any specific guidance and we have the same problem we would have if we were secular and didn't believe in God but if it's very specific so God has specific concrete person purpose for each individual my purposes to be of last week Preveza. Your Rep assist us to be a public intellectual and very interested in philosophy by the way you say. You're not but I've seen some of your Oregon podcast you're very interested in philosophy and some people's purposes to be a painter some s to be a brick layer. That just seems then to to leave very little room for free will and also raises the question. How do I know my specific purpose? So my own view is. It doesn't really help much deposit. Is it that God has purpose for us or that. We are living in God's image I mean how exactly does that help I would also any also many people employ God as an inference and inference to the best explanation. How do we explain certain nominee while we have to invoke God? How do we explain morality? How do we explain? Explain meeting in Life God had we explain causation. How's ation or design in the universe? Got But my question always is. Is that really the best inference. I agree for some. It's a very good comforting idea that there is a got and I would never want to dissuade them. I'm in my I'm not in the business. snus of removing people's comfort about their lives and about death. I don't really want to do that but I would argue that. The people who say we couldn't have meaning in life are we couldn't have ethics without God. That is wrong. That's just wrong. Well they're I guess they're counter to that is that you you must then be a moral relativist even if you say well. Our constitution guarantees these rights or we have a bill of rights or we have a social contract that can all be removed. Yeah we we get a new regime that topples the current regime and it's just human convention. There's no there's no truth of the capital T. or objectivity behind signed therefore you're a moral relativist right but you're not a moral relativist are you. I'm not in a way I am in a way I'm not. I Follow Philosophers Light John. Ross who believes that what we do is we reflect critically on our evaluative or moral judgments where they might call are considered sittard. intuitions not just our you know our views when we have had a few beers. We're talking to our friends or when we're in a panic or whatever. Whatever or where enraged are reflective intuitions about moral matters in cool rational place? And then we systematize those Schmitz. We look for principles. We Prune the judgments we adjust the principles. We adjust everything. So where in what. He called reflective equilibrium. And that does mean that we start from certain starting so I am a raw to this in the sense that I understand. Stand if you started with very different intuitions or berry different principles that you're attached to. You'll probably come up with a different reflective give equilibrium rawls talked about an overlapping consensus in which different groups will have a core of shared views. So I'm not a radical relativists relativists. But I do think we have to start from certain starting point if you posit objective truths then you avoid that kind of relativism awesome but then you create the pistol logical problem. How do we know what those objective And as you know religious use according to which there is one objective. Truth can't in. Its in themselves. Solve this episode product so many of the wars and conflicts in the world both are precisely between religious groups each of which they have the objective trick so yes we all have our problems in philosophy. You can't avoid in my view. Certain starting on since a certain kind of relativism. Broadly construed unless you adopted view which creates at the static problems that are just as deep. I think if not deeper because as human beings we need to coordinate our behavior we need to eliminate or at least reduce war and strife and pain and intolerance and to move to a an end objective truth about ethics or meaning. Doesn't solve any of those problems rawls is position of ignorance or the original condition. Where if I don't know which group I'm going to be in? I want to write the law in such a way that if I'm in the bag the minority group of the group is likely to be discriminated against. I want a lot of protect protect me. That's kind of a to me. It's kind of a scientific argument. Inasmuch as it assumes that human nature is universal. We'd all rather be alive than dead. The free than enslaved you know rather than starving and so on and from there you can build certain characteristics. That civil society should have these kinds of things. Now we may. He ended up in disputes. About what is the right tax rate to support those kinds of programs are universal healthcare. Whatever but fundamentally we all want the same thing we we you WanNa be alive than dead we want to flourish and so forth from there you can build something like that and there's a and the Copernican principle that I'm not special that my brain is designed nine the same way as your brain therefore I can suffer? You can probably suffer and if that hurts me it'd probably hurt you from there. You can kind of build some kind fine of maybe. You don't want to use the word objective moral values but something like derive moral values derived from not just philosophy but also empirical science. We can observe what people want exactly. And that's why rawls uses the term wide reflective women. So it's not just our intuitive judgments even cool reflected our but we incorporate the best science as well and It is a kind of objectivity it may not be objectivity with a a large O or maybe it has a capital o but the rest of the letters are capitalized. But it is a kind of objectivity Susan Wolf and her interesting work on the meaning of alive and on free will does think of consensus of a rosy in kind as a kind of objectivity may be the only kind of objectivity that we really can get. Let me also emphasize. It's not just the religious views we believe in objective. Truce if you look at conference argues that there are objective truth in con- from the fact that we're all similarly rational beings and what he wants to do is derive objective crews from our nature as rational creatures. Now I think there are problems with this kind of secular objectivity as well. But you don't don't have to be religious truth right then in that in that kind of savings into the discussion the afterlife and immortality inasmuch as is one aspect that seems to be important a lot of people is that the afterlife also is the source of cosmic courthouse where all wrongs are righted and evil. People are punished and Hitler didn't get away with it. Stalin didn't get away with it. I can see the appeal of that. There's a tremendous appeal. I think has been something about human nature and human beings that wants our that is very very attracted to religion if you think religion as a way of solving problems one of the problems we have is The injustice that we see in our actual worlds and our desire to see at rectify. And I think that's a very powerful force. The early Jews did not really believe in an afterlife. Or there's nothing in early Judaism that corresponds to the Christian Ocean of an Acolyte but in the Middle Ages. Jewish people were really struggling with author's idea of injustice and so the rabbis added some at some material about the acolyte but the idea was to rectify the injustices that we see in in this world and the Black Church in America has been very important in imparting hope to people that this unjust world will conventionally be fixed and it will only be this will be a blip or a grain of sand in a in a large beach of tranquillity injustice. So we we we want that and we also want an explanation for what happens around us.

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"john martin" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"john martin" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Here on the John Martin program Doug Collins is now interviewing Daniel Goldman you know we may get back to some of that a little bit that might produce some interesting fireworks back and your phone calls as well your listening to Thom Hartmann visit Tom Hardman dot com for audio and video are kids this is Tom Armen program only slightly unbalanced hi and welcome back I am curious to hear what's going on between Collins and Goldman Daniel Goldman is the investigator and lawyer for the Democrats Doug Collins of course hello again from Georgia who is the number two guy and the committee here it is well we should and a number of subpoenas for records with we did issue six subpoenas to executive branch agencies and they all defied our subpoenas and this moving on to other issues here the Wall Street journal reported that the committee issued at least for subpoenas to Verizon and AT and T. for call records is that correct he we are we wonder yeah yes we are because there are multiple numbers it's we we only issued subpoenas for call records for people who were involved in the investigation and who had already been subpoenaed by the committee for documents and testimony of their own absolutely wonderful for stomach ask my question four well I am trying to answer question date was it at least for yes thank you go to save us a lot of time there how many subpoenas were issued a ten day I don't know if they're talking to check your records this is important because we just found out about this all week and we got a massive document on over the weekend preparing for this hearing and was the chairman admitted there and the staff it made it they're not going to read all anyway so for all of your running for that at all that massive document on we're just simply as you.

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"john martin" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"john martin" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"Occurrence our phones go to bed at eight thirty each night they don't live in our bedrooms they live in a closet like Denim put away and you call that parenting your phone yeah cotton hanes just interrupting this conversation with John Martin we do just that his new course called.

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"john martin" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"john martin" Discussed on 710 WOR

"John Martin is an FAA engineering technician affected by the down. It's a little frustrating. Because as a Federal Reserve, you feel sometimes like, you're you're this. Martin is hoping lawmakers will resolve their differences and end the shutdown soon. Meanwhile, President Trump remaining out of public view on Friday, but did take Twitter threatening to close down the southern US border. If Democrats can't agree to fund his border wall. Tom Roberts has more. On Twitter Friday morning. The president said the United States lost around seventy five billion dollars a year on trade with Mexico under NAFTA, Trump repeated a number of times in the threat that we will build a wall or we close the southern border Trump claimed that Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador are doing nothing but taking money from the US, Tom Roberts NBC News Radio. Andrew Cuomo praising con Ed and shooting down conspiracy theories after an electrical arc lit up the night sky New York City on Thursday, James flippin has the story. It was quite a sight on Thursday around nine twenty eerie blue light filled the sky governor Cuomo says no it wasn't a nuclear blast. It wasn't a UFO landing the parking of that electricity was basically a man made lightning bolt. Although as a queens native, he understands people who aren't so sure we can be skeptical of government, bureaucracies still he says, it was in fact, an equipment malfunction that he saw with his own two eyes. Got the power back on a amazing a short period of.

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"john martin" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"john martin" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"On Sunday with a high near fifty right now thirty five at eight ten and what oh three one W G Y and on that way situation by the twin bridges an accident north way northbound by the twin bridges two lanes blocked. Several cars reportedly involved, stop and go traffic from route seven exit seven, and there are reports that several ambulances have left the scene there in an emotional scene at the Albany international airport late this morning. The remains of army private first class. John Martin returned on a Delta Airlines flight Martin was killed sixty eight years ago during fighting in the Korean war funeral services will be held at one pm on Sunday at Flynn brother's funeral home in scottsville a burial. With full military honors will be held at two. AM at prospect hill cemetery in scottsville, Alaska's largest city dealing with major damage following a powerful six point six earthquake happened about eight thirty this morning. Some of the aftershocks from the quake in Anchorage measuring up to a magnitude five point seven so far officials are reporting forty aftershocks ten of them above four point zero and magnitude an Anchorage. Alaska homeowner. Recounting how scary it was to experience. The earthquake this morning, lower butchers home security footage of shaking during the powerful quake has gone viral butcher says she and her family were able to get out safely. G plans to spend the rest of the day cleaning up from the wreckage solid gains closing out the week on Wall Street. The Dow Jones industrials finished the day with a gain of two hundred points to close at twenty five thousand five hundred thirty eight NASDAQ up fifty seven and the S and P five hundred climbed twenty two in Albany county man pleads guilty dune attempted burglary charge and as part. Of that plea he'll be classified as a mandatory persistent violent felon when he's sentenced in this latest burglary, Dennis grant of Knox admitted editor hold on Johnston road and Gillan this past July stole property including jewelry and cash homeowner. And her children came home to find grant in the house before he fled. Police apprehended him several days after the burglary in the same neighborhood grant could receive a sentence of twelve years to life in prison when he's sentenced in January W G Y news time five thirty four..

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"john martin" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"john martin" Discussed on KGO 810

"You guys open something, every three seconds every every six months Seconds tough yeah talk about your newest release my friend collaboration with, John Martin Elise juice guys down watsonville we took their juice Exemplifying. Or amplifying their Pippen. Apples which. Is a huge. Big. Apple. Aroma and once again sell. Fresh press juice no it's good stuff I'm Tony this it. That's it it's delicious Wow Pizza all. Day That's true And how many listeners of one style. Gluten free but we saw hundreds of week. At Tony's I felt like, seventy today I swear. To God I win in the back of my gluten free day or what do you think? It is because if I would've told you guys a decade ago and we've been doing this for a while now and I see that with vegan vegetarian. Gluten free and I was just talking about Cup, for Cup which is a flower that using baking almost. Great brand we've had actually the founder on the, show before and here's. The deal I mean ten, years ago I think it's kind of like maybe even with the protein bowls and polka polka fading a little bit. A lot thank God because at least more. For me I'm tired of the oceans getting. Over fish the likelihood of my kids not let, me ask you this guys and we have all of. Us in the studio right now get Greg west, got over at the. Door and right now cocktail, mixologist mo- mixologist extraordinary he gave us to cocktails already the PINA marina and also the fable of by the way. Tony gee this is just me the training A, great talk about the real quick The people vs, is a, gin cocktail, with tumor Honey fresh ginger and lemon. And, a little. Bit? Of for protein wow is delicious right she's out here.

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Zimbabwe's president welcomes court challenge

A Public Affair

05:00 min | 2 years ago

Zimbabwe's president welcomes court challenge

"This is the BBC news it's union. McDonald Zimbabwe's newly reelected president Emmerson mnangagwa's insisted the elections were free and fear he says his rival. Nelson Chamisa had a crucial role to play in Zimbabwe's future but he also had the. Right to challenge the outcome Mr.. Jimmy says his party is, prepared to present evidence in court. That vote-rigging. Led to. His loss Mr. mnangagwa's. Defended. The election is open to the world Fiftieth. We went out. You know millions to share or future Yeah it, was British in Zimbabwe democracy First of all of unfettered freedom with is of the world, when us? We, believe what if free fair, election Officials in eastern Afghanistan. At least twenty five people have been killed in a suicide attack. On a mosque used by the Shia community hundreds of people were taking part in Friday prayers inside the mosque in Gardez the capital of Factoria province when two men wearing women's burqas entered into opened fire at least one blew himself up in, Turkey is handed down life sentences to. Nine people over the bombing of a peace rally in two thousand fifteen. Which killed more than one hundred people the attack shortly before elections proved a turning point in the full skill revival. Of Turkey's conflict with his car dish. Minority Virginia Gidley kitchen reports the twin explosions outside Ankara's main railway station targeted a peace rally pro-kurdish labor activists the demonstrators had gathered to call for an end to the growing violence. Between the government and Kurdish PKK militants fury survivors blamed the government for failing to provide security for the rally even though Previous Kurdish peace rally had been attacked. The government itself held these state group responsible for the explosions however ignoring a unilateral ceasefire declared by the PK. The government responded by redoubling its attacks on PKK targets Britain's Prime. Minister Theresa May's meeting president Macron is summer retreat in an apparent attempt to soften French resistance to our plan for leaving the European Union is the latest in a series of British meetings with individual European leaders and officials here's a reporter Adam, Fleming Brexit is just one of the. Subjects on the agenda for this meeting among the vineyards and beaches of. The south of France MRs may will want to explain her white paper on the future relationship with the EU leader. To leader but it's not clear if. President Macron will judge it as enough movement from the UK for the EU to change its long-standing and collectively agreed approach to Brexit and Brussels feels that needs to be more movement, on outstanding Voice issues such as. The, Irish border before serious discussions about the future. BBC news China says it has plans to impose new. Import tariff some sixty billion dollars worth of US goods the commerce ministry said the plans would go ahead if Washington did not back. Down from President Trump's threat to slap import tariffs on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods. It says its. Plans were rational unrestrained the United States is implemented sanctions against three foreign businesses over their alleged activities with North Korea the measures effect to. Russian Bank and the Chinese and the Korean firm as well as a Moscow-based individual the Justice department said. They were helping North Korea the UN Security Council sanctions NASA has named the nine astronauts who will fly to the international space station on new spacecraft built by Elon Musk's SpaceX corporation and Boeing next April the seven species And to space women are part of. NASA's commercial crew program a new project working. With US aerospace companies to develop the next generation of space craft following the space shuttle's retirement seven years ago Nicole own Apu man a US Marine Lieutenant Colonel will fly aboard. The Boeing star liner spacecraft she said. It was an opportunity of a lifetime debris involved in the test and development and then to. Be there on launch day and to experience the result of all that, hard work it's going to be. A proud moment for the team it's going to. Be a proud moment for America so I'm just grateful to be able to help usher in this new era of American spaceflight and as a test pilot it doesn't get any, better than this The Russian foreign ministry says an American sailor who appears to have wandered, aimlessly in the bearing see for two weeks is safe. And well a spokeswoman said John Martin from Anchorage. In Alaska had been sailing on the Yukon river when he decided to venture into the open sea reports quote him as, saying he was planning to reach China BBC news Wwl RT thanks listener.

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"john martin" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"john martin" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Off your first month. In the lobby of Ramsey solutions, John Martin crystal or weather's got somewhere. Yeah. Fantastic. Good to have you guys. Where do you live, Texas, Tyler, beloved, and all the way up here to do debt free scream. Yes, sir. Fun. How much of you guys paid off? We've paid off three hundred ninety. Eight thousand dollars look at you and I long did this take eight years and nine months? All right, very good. And your range of income during that years? Nine months one hundred thousand to two hundred seventy five thousand mind. Goodness, that's job. So what do you guys do for a living? I'm a financial adviser, very good. Stay at home mom. Very cool. Good for you. Gosh. So I'm guessing eight years and almost four hundred thousand dollars that you paid off your house. I'm looking at weird people. How's it feel? Not have a house payment fills? Incredible Nabet. Awesome. Wow. What's the house worth? Three hundred sixty thousand. All right, Bon show three ninety. Eight was a bunch of other stuff in the house. What was the other stuff you paid off? We paid off a student loan credit cards and two cars, and of course the house. Yeah. Very cool. Good for you. So what happened? Eight years and nine months ago that put you on this journey in two thousand and eight. Joe marks income with cut in half at because of the recession, and we had built a new house in there, two years. And then we were saved on letter that we were ten thousand dollars shorten our escrow. Timing? Yeah. And we also had a tremendous amount of debt. I think it was around hundred thousand dollars, so we just didn't have the cash to pay that we didn't have her going to lose our house. And so we were just desperate and remember just praying to Lord, asking him to help us to get out of this deep debt. We come cross your book, the total money, makeover and read that. And we also took FPU and it just gave us hope that that we could do it. So with the financial being a financial adviser and a financial background, when you saw this stuff, your shields had to go up, you had to go. I don't know what you think. John Mark, Dave, they did it. I would have. Have. Then how did you what happened? The cause that to be overcome. I dunno dislike crystal said God was at work and our marriage, and we just jumped all in and we decided to to do this together and and we knew this is the right thing for us to do. And during this time your income has almost tripled. And so I'm guessing probably a few of your customers that you advise over the years of have been have heard your story then? Yes. Are they have. Yeah. When you start thinking different like that, it changes things. Absolutely. Very cool. Congratulations. You guys, what do you tell people? The key to getting out of debt is? I think the first thing is just to have hope. You know, if you don't have hope, you're stuck. We have folk hope you can move forward. That's a big deal. Also think the budget is definitely key in envelope system and after we paid our consumer debt off, we ended up falling off off the wagon and we quit doing our budget. Oh yeah. And you know, after living that way for while we just didn't know where money was going, we didn't feel peace and at we were like, we've got to get back on this and so we did and start doing the budget and envelope system stuff like the budget and envelope system. It's not taught in the courses that John Mark and took in finance that taught all these other things that are the sophisticated corporate maneuvers and measures of risk and statistics, and all these other things. But something as simple as doing a budget. I, I would wager John Mark, what percentage would you guess of the financial advisors that don't have a budget almost all most all of them they, yeah, as most people don't and it's like the cobbler's kids have no shoes kind of thing..

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"john martin" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

The WAN Show Podcast

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"john martin" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

"So what would happen was people would take it into a third party repair shop and they would have perfectly authentic button and a perfectly authentic phone and they would put them together but without apple's special sauce they wouldn't be able to make it work even though that has nothing to do with the secure enclave that actually holds the fingerprint information this was just apple being restrictive because they can be restrictive so anyway the issue affected phones that had their screens replaced with aftermarket displays i e not repaired by an apple authorized facility and it is believed to be because of an incompatibility between a small chip that controls the screen and the aftermarket displays so it's possible this is an accident it is possible that is something uploaded on purpose but either way on a saying that are positive thing thing is not incorrect it's an exception and you can put it after a number if it's a single digit oh well thank you john martin appreciate that okay so my confusion there though would be if it was an iphone ten yeah you would say iphone tens yeah but in text yeah but you say so oh x single digit own right it's an axe still not a digit yeah so in this case yeah our little thing works for yes medically correct terrain tens going to wreck everything go apple so i guess this whole this whole breaching the topic of broaching reaching broaching whatever on the topic of right to repair.

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"john martin" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"john martin" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"About about all the time and fortunately they they were privileged i'm guessing that played a role in our getting them over but i know max wasn't too happy when these bugs were cluttering up their apartment which was only about twelve hundred square feet i hear and i would i would imagine not because when you're in an apartment that small every square inch counts let's move ahead if we can how we got from the two thousand copper mugs that were sitting in this small apartment in hollywood to the drinks so many of us now enjoy and ask for when we go to a bar we've got to other characters that come into the picture got jack morgan and john martin jack morgan was the owner of the cock and bull pub in hollywood he had a friend john martin grandma's sophie was wandering around the neighborhood and stumbled into the cock and bull one day and she meets jack morgan this friend john martin so they start sitting around and chatting and she obviously tells them about her copper mug problem and she realized a bar would be a great place to get these mugs so john martin had similar problem at the time he had a new vodka company which at the time nobody was drinking white spirits it was all brown spirits back then and then you've got jack love to bruise own ginger beer and he had a basement full of this ginger beer but nobody drank that either everybody who's drinking ginger ale we can only imagine how many drinks they had and what they went through to bench come up with the moscow mule but they added one part vodka to bart's ginger beer squeeze of lime and of course the famous copper mug and the moscow mule was born a day in nineteen forty one is it flattering that that so many people have the dopp did this as as their own drink or oriented a little bit of an insult you think greatgrandma sophie would be a little bit insulted if if she saw like the mediterranean meal in the bridge mule and and all the different meals we now can order at a bar as long as they drink them in we're mug i think she'd be very happy and you can drink to that daria albinger abc news coming up remembering dr martin luther king.

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"john martin" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"john martin" Discussed on WCTC

"Haberman new york times john martin david brock cnn's aasele cammarata tony blair tom barack kate loss anna wintour all deny quotes washington post reporter mark berman was in the fourth seasons that same times of trump do admitted mixing up mark with mike barman trump of the constitution explained to him his advisors in none burke has fabricated stories in the path this goes on and on the age of the white house communications director there are a lot of factual errors and he can do he asked and she was ready she asked the question already asked the question she she had the answer and and again of does he expect them not to say i guess you know people in the trump administration is what he expected her to say right and and so when you know i look there's probably a lot of stuff in the book that is true but the fact is there's so much of it that was obviously not true that it shows that the book was done in a sloppy at a hurried way in order to just get it out without doing a lot of the proper fact checking that you would do before you put out a book like this and she talked about you know that she had a similar experience you know she knows it because of game changed the the uh uh the book on her father's uh two thousand eight uh campaign fair campaign right and you're basically making the same point said you know and and uh mark halperin and and a was a john uh pollen wrote that particular book and in a big your point was so many inaccuracies in that particular book now the president calling for federal libel law change your federal libel law there isn't going to be any new federal libel laws number one level laws for the most part of her in states and congress is not going to pass a federal libel law to protect public figures that isn't going to happen right i understand that the president can look at this and he for example if he if if i'm the president and i see what the media did on russian collusion.

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"john martin" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

WIMS AM 1420

05:32 min | 3 years ago

"john martin" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

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"john martin" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"john martin" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"That some of abdic's hours i have to cross the line of course some women that cutting off john martin off and doggone it people like me wow wow this guy really stepped in it yeah oh yeah he was so sincere was neat so sows afraican of what how uh they say it ain't so see it in so don't eat food after a fly as landed on it just i mean just the free throw the whole thing out is that what you're supposed to do i mean i'm not one to enjoy flag planning on my food but i mean is it really never ends on a piece of a large pizza the whole thing gotta go okay so scientists found that a fly carries hundreds of bacteria that swings and legs will yeah they do now fly in lands on all sorts of things experts tested one hundred sixteen house flies from three different continents citydwelling flies carry forward more bacteria that are rural cousins gene they say a fly is an airborne bacteria shuttle on mrs we got ta and if the factoria rocket if a fly lands on your carefully prepared picnic you're more than likely to swatted away tuck it in any how tuck it in what does that mean took it in there this is from the uk i don't know if these terms but is targeted me i'm going to tuck it in but if thank you should never eat from a dish after flies lando had period they're saying because of all the diseases flies legs in wings are teeming with hundreds of different species of bacteria often picked up after they've landed on carcasses or there are other stuff at the talk it in in the uk means to stop set eating something eagerly oh targeted means like depending on judging by the way you tucked in your dinner you must have been hungry okay colorful hands like plowing a apply depending on i a new at guided okay okay okay so those who eat foods after flies of land and out of therefore put themselves at risk of picking up the nasty diseases to your deeds chuck the whole thing they just creating an immunity to the bacteria that's all oh yes well our sherry jinjing back they're totally and i can i.

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"john martin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"john martin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Could start taxing those imports and there are other investigations into import pricing in the works but some american business track down hurt them alex olgin of w f eight years in charlotte north carolina reports at mar mack a steal wire manufacturer in the small town of that be south carolina robotic arms coil steel wire into a role that is four and a half inches in diameter it is then dropped onto a conveyor belt where workers pick up the wire and package in the boxes john martin owns more matt he says this remarked highwire is the core of his business can build a bridge a damn nate solder welber using our rebar com on this day about two thirds of the wrong steal the plant uses to manufacture its products is from us steel mill the rest was imported at a lower cost some of the steel martin uses comes from places the commerce department found were importing at unfairly low cost martin worries of president trump ways in on a separate trade decision it could hurt his business if all of a sudden there terror shown our role material we know that prices will go up but we really don't know what all the results will do that because the president could do a variety of things under a trade law that allows him to designate cheap steel imports as a threat to the country's national security that's only been used twice since the 1980's martin just isn't sure what to expect business moon thrive own predictability john the'real also wants to know what future oil prices will look like he is the ceo of newcor corporation one of the largest steel producers in the country he wants the president to take action though he won't specify whether he would back tariffs on foreign steel he says he wants to present to do something to quote meaningfully adjust imports we are not asking for protection i i just go crazy when i hear people say that the steel industry is asking for protection while we wanted a level playing field based on what trump said earlier this year theory all of us hoping there would have been some action by now new or has a few connections to the white house it's former ceo wasn't adviser to trump.

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"john martin" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"john martin" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Louis c k of likud's natural uh john near premiere of his new film canceled tonight fox news report you decide the news now john martin the remains of a world war two soldier uh i'll be laid to rest on veteran's day in northern michigan the detroit free press reports that army technician fourth grade pete egged encounter was 24 years old when he went missing in action the defence pow am i a accounting agency says counter was killed in nineteen forty two during and temps engagement with japanese gdp in what is now new guinea his remains were recently identified palaces using dna dental rods and evidence he will be buried saturday in oslo with full military honours his name is recorded on the walls of the missing at a monument site in the philippines along with the names of other soldiers uh or arose at will be place next to his name to indicate that he has been identified him michigan's legislature may weaken a policy oceangoing cargo ships to treat ballast water against invasive species before dumping it a two thousand five law prohibits saltwater vessels from discharging ballast water at michigan ports unless they have system to kill fish muscles or other foreign organisms that may contain scientists believe dozens of destructive species have reached the great lakes imbalanced water a bill approved by the state house and awaiting a vote in the senate would drop a requirement ships use a stateapproved technology to cleanse ballast or else refrain from discharging it in michigan waters instead the state would federal seen environmental groups say are weaker plan radar weather forecast from lam radio four today in windy high of about forty six for tonight mostly clear with wind low around seventeen tomorrow froth shine high of twenty nine that's wam news now i'm dan martin on wam talk 1600 this.

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"john martin" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"john martin" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"It no right i don't yep jio senator corker with jonathan martin of the new york times and maitre d' our voice on the line right they were recording it as everyone on that call new john martin who is being recorded senator corcoran staff news recorded everyone knew there was for being reported the president said that wasn't the case right and take that for what you will so sunday morning early sunday afternoon this all begins to break what are you thinking well i've become somewhat inured to the weekend i really wanna choose my words carefully here um the weekend extravagance of the president's twitter account um and the reaction that spins off from it which is sometimes only lasting that day sometimes you can carry over to mid week of the following week one thing that i've always said steve that is the great challenge about covering this white house and it was the same challenge i encounter covering the campaign is the importance of separating the interesting from the important this whole feud with senator corker is interesting because it doesn't really have a precedent but is it as important for example as the epa deciding the environmental protection agency to recommend to the president which you will do rescinding president obama's clean power initiative in the grand scheme of things in terms of a country that is dealing with a great number of hurricanes of tremendous ferocity and damage both to life and property wildfires in california and renewed sense of curiosity about whether climate change is driving these natural disasters or if not driving than making them worse which is more important a feud with the retiring senate republican not seeking reelection or that changing and existing policy to move coalfired power plants from that fossil fuels coalfired power to renewable energy that's a big topic and a huge issue and one of the things that the challenge about this white house is trying to keep focused on those things when so many other things are more demonstrably interesting and dr much more social media traffic dr much more curiosity and much more conversation it.

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"john martin" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:25 min | 4 years ago

"john martin" Discussed on WTMA

"Meeting representatives from alba's waterworks andraos in water system spoke annemarie prize he's also spoke up during monday's meeting her son was also diagnosed with a brain tumor in 2015 her family used to live in river down i'm really bad he had guideline acting only three air i'm hoping neko above and beyond my d had to do the wilken doug water tests and a concern neighborhoods beginning today and alba's low's waterworks will hold another public meeting once the results return a james island organization bed last night to bring the community together in an effort to prevent putting a new bus lauda the site of a historic school which also kelly school board voted last month the blood allotted grezan mega school long grumble road it was the version is school build ravaging americans on james island and is no longer open the vote vote the latah the school came after residents spoke out against putting buses a james island elementary school whose of all house at the st james reser jerry and church last night as the james island interfaith action committee eddie brought the community together in an effort to veto the depot and hope sales across the low country ticked up in june by the region's redhod real estate market appears to be cooling off homeless things are down sixteen percent from a year ago in the charleston region wtmj news time seattle thought partly sunny today with scattered showers and thunderstorms in the forecast once again however i don't think the coverage is going to be quite as widespread as it was yesterday liquor for daytime highs in the days on the beaches to around ninety handling placed at hyde iran 75 for the most part with a stray shower thunderstorm tomorrow drier with after denies in the low 90s even hotter thursday and friday with highs going back into the nineties with lots of sunshine just a few clouds from the storm t to forecast i'm meteorologist john martin the doc thank you judge barbecues right now it is partly cloudy and eighty two great stories wealthy jime is now here's leg perry here yeah middle english he's there you bet hey look at it.

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"john martin" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"john martin" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"To down nobody on that's when i found out when i work with john martin whom he ran all the sports he he has been radio all the advance he went out to do here's the pitch on the way and inside for law and everybody called him chief i i thought that was just in movies all right chievo get on that dave chief need to see a right away here's the pitch and that is a called the strike on ball one strike to rochon leo but no real life john martin chief then when you see me realise that's why they call them chico what is he 611 east is huge here's the one one pitch and they're there for therefore called strike tune he dunks on you know he wants to give you like a message and you know that immediately want to the couch to rush hour real data wide up and the pitch on the way as a shot deep and foul down the rightfield line that's over everything and into the water but a mirror foul fly off the bat of russia area wanted to anyway detroit isis in it you've worked for many times ya here's the wind up the one to pitch and has popped up founded back into the second day he's not going to say that he stopped calling me by god used to work form here's to be real close chief and i had i guess i i could say the same thing it did exclusive club up here beck here's the what to pitch now struck came out swinging gutter on the outside actually proud chipped the ball and into the glove the buster posey's strongly there for some artery lasted a six hill slater and some are you do odd giants are trailing three two two nottingham beyond northern.

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