20 Burst results for "Junkin"
"junkin" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"Get the vehicle. Leave katie affair. What do you need. I left my car at heart cemetery. Could you get it for me. Can you imagine anything. I need to know you do that. Brother date day so it went pretty. Well you left your car there where their fireworks third on. She took her shot like it. I think that these two things are unrelated. I think big junkin come out of the woods is unrelated to the date leaguer. Junkin is an old tennessee. Ghost of a moon scheiner. A you got oldest. Civic junkin figure an alternative junkin. He defends the cemetery from. He's just dead. What goes to girls was late. She she shipping up late today. And you show watching one person shoot at another person while they drive their car away and then jump out and run. It's like being back to the future but ten minutes earlier so then she comes home and she's like i told you. These apps are terrible. This guy goes out. There runs through the woods. He's banned his truck at the heart cemetery with mc junkin he gets home or to assisted house whatever and he asked his sister to return to the cemetery to go get his vehicle with someone to drive. She's supposed to walk here. That's not the point. She goes then she comes back and tells him that she went there but the vehicle was on fire. Drunken said you leave me a car. I'm setting it on fire right. The woman is the sister managed to put the blaze out and then drove the vehicle. Hope great history ever sister ever. This woman needs a date. The victim said that a fourteen inch sub woofer and a stereo amplifier. Were missing from the expedition along with a cell phone and a pouch containing thirty dollars in coins. I was gonna make. But i also saw two dollars in court. Would you know was crown. Royal a film but it is a coin shortage. We all know why it's because.
How React Changed Kent C. Dodds' Perspective on Coding
"Is something that you can look back on having learned That that shifted your way of thinking or or was kind of a a moment kind of a colossal change perspective shift for you and what was it that caused that moment curfew When i started working with react. I had a moment like that before i was working with angular jay s and You know templates directives of all controllers. All that and i got really good at it I spent plenty of time in the debugger within the angular jazz base. I even contributed to angular jay s. So i was deep into the. I had a podcast. I was a teaching about it And angular two was coming around. And i was teaching english to Before it was it was released during that two or three years that while. We're waiting for that to happen and and then i tried out react and it just blew me away. I was so. I was just floored. At what i could do with react. And the the level of simplicity. Now it wasn't easy Simple is not easy. These are different words. Go google it simple In this context and what it actually means is that it's like the opposite of complex complex where things are mingled together. This is like j. query spaghetti code. You change one thing over here and something totally different changes or Impact something you weren't expecting their leaky abstractions React just nailed the component model and that made a big impact on me now. It was another year before. I switched from english to react but from that day i started writing all my angular like i would. So this this is angular one Angular jazz and and This was before they created the angular dot component thing that you could use But i started using directives like components because it that Idea of a component model just really rang. True for me can you. Can you expand just just a little bit on on what that means on the component model. How how did that change what you were doing With you know with angular what what would be an example of change that would have made in the way that you were writing that coat. Yes so with with angular The kind of defacto standard way of doing things was if you wanted to take an element that you are rendering and enhance it with capabilities. You would create a directive that enhances that thing with capabilities and you would apply that to the element you rendering. And then if you want to add another capability that like as generic it's sort of thing then you would make another directive and new to play it and so this element would inherit all of these capabilities from different directives that it was using. The component model is different rather than inheritance. You're talking about composition where you're taking a component that is responsible for a single thing and you just render that one component and if you want to enhance it. Then you're going to share that logic with With java script and that ends up working out really nicely in especially now that we have hooks. That's really easy to do. Because you have this logic that you want to share you make a custom hook out of it and now you can compose those different custom hooks together to build these larger components but the idea is that the component is an entirely encapsulated. It's a black box to the outside world and The nice thing about that is you can put all of the junkin and terrible code that you want to inside of this blackbox and that the fact that that code is terrible is not going to impact the rest of your application because it all lives within side that black box so I mean we could get really technical here. But i don't know if that's what the audience wants But it it makes pretty significant impact on the way that you structure your applications. You have a component model like react.
Dunkin' bans the "double-cup" as it eliminates foam cups
"Junkin is doing away with foam cups they're already banned here New York City but they are still in use at Dunkin shops elsewhere the chain is also ending a practice popular in its home base of to England something hold nested double cops or an iced drink is places second Cup that cradles the first one the company plans to complete that changes by
"junkin" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show
"It sends a very poor message to the people who work there as well. As the people the clients and customers and vendors etcetera who come visit it it slows people down because they just there's just Junkin their way. I'm mean, I've even suggest I think that's in the book that you might have. But part of part of the problem in an office is a lot of times things are sort of in limbo. I see that those files don't belong on the floor. But they're not my file. So I can't just throw them away. But it's nobody's job to figure out who they belong to and whether they're needed, and so they just sit there because they belong to no one maybe the person who they want to left six months ago. And so you kind of need to give someone the thority to walk around and be like who's this? Why is this here? I'm moving this. This is wrong. This is trash this goes in the recycling. You can't have this out on your desk. It looks this to it. Just does not look good on. You can have like a chief quarter officer who just who is had. Bigger like that we have one of those at our office. Her name is Cathy. Sure puttered, and you know, you talk about that your desktop. I mean, my desktop on my computer, sometimes it's overlapping because there's so much junk on it. And just to get that cleared off feels better. Yeah. It's a good thing. The home screen on your phone. Yeah. These make a difference. It's a good thing. Kinman ionut. Neat freaks would've killed the. We are messing so Gretchen for our listeners who want to get more offering their lives where where do you start where do they start? The first thing to do is don't get organized because a lot of times people need a filing cabinet and files and folders, and I need to go out and get this Gizmo and everything it's like, no, no, no, no. The first thing to do is to get rid of everything that you don't need want or love. So if you get rid of everything you don't need like, maybe you think you need to file papers. But maybe you can just talk them. Do you need them? Let's say it's a an appliance manual like you don't need an appliance than anyone anymore because he could just look it up online and get rid of the appliance manuals. So you don't need to organize then you can just get rid of them. And so the first thing to do is to really be disciplined with yourself and get rid of everything that you don't actually need user love. And then a lot of times your end you end up with something. You don't really need to organize it at all it just it just like fits on a shell. Or maybe you don't have that category of thing anymore at all. So so the first thing to start with is eliminated. Always. And then I would say the next thing is, and it's it's interesting because people have different arguments about where you like just. Really where you start you start with close you start with books you start with papers. I think cert- whatever bothers you the most if it's the top of a touch of doors in your bedroom start there, if it's the the credential in your office, Dr there because to me these are very these are irritants every time you look at it. It's just like this thing that is like what's there? I don't know where to go I should deal with that it's ugly. And when things are cluttered, they tend to be tend to become more cluttered mess attracts mess, and if you have a quarter magnet, it will keep getting worse and worse. The pile will keep growing and took to get rid of that a lot of times then it's much easier to maintain it. Because you don't have a just like a pile of junk there. You just have some loose tanks. And then you're like, well, why don't they put the change in my loose change jar instead of leaving it on the surface for the next eighteen months, which a lot of people will do, you know? And then the problem comes when you have an important tax worm. That's. In somewhere in that clutter pile, and you can't find it because you're just overwhelmed with dunk..
"junkin" Discussed on World News Analysis
"Challenge physiology. I I'm Kevin Michalis in Washington. So now, join us to talk about this milestone, finding is true gene curator of Beijing. Plenty Terry him and John fan associate professor of astronomy department with Beijing normal university. So let's begin with Dr Junkin how did the scientists manage to take the photo of the black hole? So I if. Is basically using techniques very long baseline to from a tree essentially the black hole doesn't light of stuff, but you can see stuff around it stuff being stuck into the black hole. But before that happens, they meet like they life, and then because the black holes very far away. They're not very big the difficulty is you have to be able to tell very Minuit's details on various types of sky. So then very high resolution, and the the interferometry thing the way you were have multiple types of schools. We just had this goes if it a line between them, then the video signal arriving different will be arriving at different times that time depends on the angle where where do you would you take no comes from from sky and the longer distance between the tennis go the more accurate. You can actually tell that their action then you can tell finer details on small. Patch cut. So by connecting eight teddy gulps around the war legally spending, the whole family of dependent. They were able to get enough resolution to actually be able to take that picture. So Dr John began to work on this in two thousand seventeen why are seeing the photo? Now in twenty nine thousand two years later seems to take a long time to develop a picture. Well, there's some hideous critic syncretic delays because for example, they have one kind of go in Tactica. And during the winter. There's no flight coming in and out. So they couldn't take anything out. So by taking data at all. I mean, the carry hard disks on a backpack. So that delay them for like coughing, Hoppy gyro more then more time is needed to actually do day than this because oldest different penance coats. They have local copies of the data, and you have seen for nice, then very very carefully. There's so much things that goes wrong, and you have to their actually two teams different types of analysis. And in the end only when they agree that they can actually let this information takes. Yes. That's Dr drew, gene. So Dr Chula, what do.
"junkin" Discussed on KQED Radio
"So the set comes to an end career wins the sat and while the players are waiting on the sidelines tournament referee a game. Forced in comes back onto the court. He walks up to the players, and he pulls out of his pocket almost subtly and chose to the players this black card the car, which means disqualification. This is absolutely extraordinary. He has given both teams a black card. What has he threatened them with? Not terribly short. Plays have returned to court. It was now that they should play or they would be deep. Sorry. Maybe I should back the black card. Car was out and told in very clear words and very seriously that in order to help themselves they better play now. Kenan can the Korean player Junkin. Who said that she turned to her partner, and I told her there them, and we are we so can give you hit you. Let's just play and do our best to the second-set starts in pretty quick. Oh, yes. China's theology told me. Both sides changed change little instead of just serving into the net. Things start to get better rally. They would get the rally going. But then as the points kept coming started notice like they were playing very slowly still really off here. They were not kidding, the bore very artificial. Now, the green team wouldn't admit this. But once said that both teams didn't change the basic fact guardian didn't handle were still trying to lose. Which say is exactly what it looks like when you watch it gets the rest of the match you get a bunch of these points where like where just dope lobbied super high as if to say, hey, smash it down on us. Take your point or they will hit it out of bounds. And then face palm just practice. Their swing after they missed one just to say, oh, you know, my mechanics are off. I just gotta just practices a few more times. Because it's like we've entered a whole third iteration of this game where it's like, they're not just trying to lose. They're trying to cover up Adleman cover a badminton. You're trying to lose what you're trying to look like you're trying to win. I don't. You know? So finally after twenty long minutes of this. The Korean team loses the match by winning it tonight. Nasty taste. Tonight is not sport. It was a disgrace. Tonight. Gone gone. Cumulated, shannon. So all four players walked off the court and Kim ha na told was not a pleasant winning at all. Parents were in the audience that day and afterwards, they asked her what happened what happened. And why why do you have to get the booze from the audiences and cetera? And I I was I was saddened field felt defeated. So I didn't even want to talk to my mom. So I remember just going into the hotel in had had also shutdown kill them and the next morning at eight o'clock or four Peres. In fact, were disqualified Cording to the disciplinary regulations are the badminton World Federation, which has a rule on the books that you can be disqualified for failing to use your best effort and the same evening. They were on the plane home. They were just thrown out of the Olympics. Scandal at the Olympic John's whole to do about the badminton player. Everyone was talking about some losers software council guy. Now tipping topping the shuttlecock into the net five year old in the backyard picnic was downright humiliating. I just said that. They were committing suicide in that tournament. Ten years should be John. It's about time the punishment hit me quite hard. I was very sad. And I felt helpless. Tune Johann I was perplexed. And didn't know what happened. We just cried. So so then what happened to the with the players like what happened? Well, all four of them did keep playing badminton professionally after this Junkin earned from Korea even went on to win the bronze in Rio. But at the time, this was a brutal punishment for all of them. Well, but you know, they did something wrong as mustn't. Right, right. I I don't even I question. Whether it's even unethical. I think it's ethical in a way what they did. Really? Well. I do I think it's ethical. Okay. So is the definition of ethics in sports to to win shore without cheating. Yes. Does that mean to win every point no, not necessarily, you know in baseball? There's the thing called the intentional water in football team will take a safety instead of punting letting the other teams score a touchdown. So this is a calculation where point here or there is not as important as the whole and the whole is the game. So okay, let's move back. Let's pan out a little more. I think an individual game is often lost. Look, we're not gonna put our good starter. Here. We're going to manage the lineup because the goal is to win the championship. And the thing to remember about these players is if what we want is players who are hyper competitive actually want to win at all costs. That's exactly why they were losing so badly because they wanted to win the overall championship at all costs. And kabaddi federation had a set of rules that all but guarantee that this would happen. Well, yeah, I mean, it's stupid to have an event where people are trying to leave if that event as a sporting event, especially at the apex of the only time people care about it seems really this is Chuck Kloster man, we called him in because he writes a lot about sports and also because he wrote the ethicist column for the New York Times magazine. Now is this a some kind of tragedy? Well, it's not I guess in less badminton's, really important to you. Then probably in this in this case, I think the thing that people got really upset about is. This is this idea of the Olympic ideal..
"junkin" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"Gained junk injure. Oh my God. I've never seen that. That's awesome. What is the record? Now, you see is that a catapult though. Or is it the same? That's trae V-shape. Come on Jerry sneak out the back door. Familiar with that? I'm not familiar with the thing you brought up eight minutes ago. No with the pumpkin thing that does it the popcorn chorus us. Yes. 'cause you're not a man of the people pumpkin Junkin, though. It's calm. Yeah. Now. The guys the new the new wave guys they got air cannons. That sounds interesting those air cannons extend like sixty feet, and they fire that they it's insane. But it's weird. If you hit it too hard, the pumpkin will explode, right as fin- finesse sport. Well, that's why that's why the trailer shave cradles toss. It makes sense. It makes sense. But you can't get the distance that you get on the air. So they have different categories. What is what the record for the for the air cannon or trailer shea are believed this is for trade show. I have I feel dumb because I've never literally never seen either. I've never heard of this. Nope. Sorry. That's air cannon. I'll put figure air cannon is almost five thousand feet point eight of of a mile. I must launch upon I think people people get a little fast and loose with the mile- miles a long distance to. Throw pumpkin. Yeah. Trey is twenty eight almost twenty nine. Hundred feet. So it is about half a mile little more than half amount. Still or Markle? It's pretty remarkable that technology that was used thousands of years ago can still propel pumpkin. Almost three thousand feet right now, they launch other things back in the day believe they did..
"junkin" Discussed on KCRW
"My seat airplane seven thousand ships in my eyesight. In the channel all moving toward the continent. I thought my gosh. His anybody ever seen seven thousand ships. A lot of ships. I thought well, you know, I could just walk across the water. Never get my feet wet. Anyway, we moved on got Dr Conway where target for the day and the purpose of the mission. Was destroy a major road Junkin causeway intelligence adults they were dying German pandered of Asian sitting back there waiting to find out where to go. So we're purpose was to make it as difficult for them to move as possible. Well, we couldn't see the target. We had a solid cloud under goes, bad weather had been affecting all part of the country. So we circled and we circle released finding the commanding officers back to base, boys. We've got to get more fuel. We started back to base and got back or the English channel. My engineer was hate networks. Again, we're just getting four, where's the way? We're we're we're getting a little so I prepared the crew bailout as we got about the middle of the English channel ten thousand feet, all four engines of this huge airplane. About.
"junkin" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Junkin jelly on iheartradio. All right. Welcome back. Just a couple of more things informational a on what's happening here in Florida. Illustrate the bastardisation of the rules. It's taking place here. And then we move on. There's a new slugging the drive bys are using all over the place. That was started by. What was Trump's name for Blumenthal? Richard blumenthal. A guy who lied about serving. Sunny, south Florida. Yeah. Yeah. And the women's stuff. Well, let me just show. You the headline in the women's stuff just to give you an idea. Avenue. What was it? I didn't hear what you said. Nevermind, leftist blame. Here's the hit a leftist blame white women for red state, midterm losses. Half of white women continue to vote Republican. What's wrong with them? That is from the UK guardian. And then there is this. Why little boys become men that women want to marry? Wait till you see the graphic that.
"junkin" Discussed on The Insightful Astrology Podcast with Maria DeSimone
"They had actually the fire department come in and check the house, and they just said, you know, look, it was basically your imagination and oh I'm leaving something out it to a her to go upstairs. And then I this adore adore to the apartment, and I heard and saw the door handle some someone pulling on the door handle that's thinking about this like, I'm leaving something important out here. So it was absolutely terrifying. But they said, no. And my dog had been weighed a dog wasn't in the apartment. Don't ask me. Why my mother, you know, put him out, but they said, well, maybe the. Dog, you know, wanted up and jumped on the door, and I just knew it wasn't. So so I was terrified have terrified was I my father had to get out of my mother's bed and sleep in my bed. I was seventeen because I could not sleep. Yeah. I would not sleep alone. And everyone said, well, you know, this, you know, this will pass and prior to that I used to complain that when I was upstairs because it was just like finished attic. And. Yeah, that was my room where I back in the day. I had my I had my poster of Bobby Sherman on the wall and things like that. Yeah. Yeah. I had a crush on Bobby Sherman. I didn't at that. And so I would find things moved. I would find things moved. And of course, now, I have a simple ING, so all the plane goes on the sibling and thinking, you know, just doing this. But I used to think I felt like some similar was watching me. But again Maria it was very much about you know, again overactive imagination. And then finally anytime when I was always alone. I would hear this. Door open. I would hear steps go upstairs until finally one night. My mother heard it, and it was like around seven thirty midnight. We're act we were in bed, and she just assumed my brother went out came. He was out that evening came home early and didn't stop in. So the next day. She says, you know, you're terrified your sister. And you know, you shouldn't do that. And all that stuff. And so my poor brother's getting the blame for this. And finally this went over this was over a weeks and months was it didn't happen. Like, I say every day. It just seemed to happen when they went out and left me alone. And so finally one night. I'm you know, I'm saying to right? I'm home, I'm home alone. And you know, again, I hear this noise. Nothing happens we go to bed. My father says gets me a key. He puts a walk on the attic door to keep my brother out. And so every night, I left the store and one morning. My father wakes me up, and he says did you did you lock the door? Last night. And of course, I did. Right. And he had gone upstairs to get something. And when he went up the addict the door that I had locked not only was it wide open. But I had filing cabinets in there that I had, you know, Billy like, God knows Junkin papers and complete pulled out and dumped on the floor. So yeah. So my father was starting to think something was going on a little bit. My father did not believe in in any of this and one night the sitting at dinner at the dining room table and the downstairs door opens footsteps, go out. Go upstairs all the way up to the attic..
"junkin" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"For Junkin Kelly on iheartradio. He's back with you now because when it comes to the fight for truth. Fuck never stops. There's something really terrible and disgusting about that. If that were the case, so we're gonna have to see we're going to get to the bottom of it, and it will be severe punishment. What happens you journalist Jamal kashogi entire world? Seems absolutely sat on trying to get an answer to that question. What what what happened to this man, how how was it that he was able to disappear from the Turkish consulate in in Istanbul rather? From a console the Saudi consulate in stand Bill. And now, we have this very real looming international relations crisis on our hands. How did we how did we get to this point? How do we find ourselves in this situation where we have to now deal with this? You know, the the president has raised this possibility of rogue killers because the president's I'm sure he said that he spoke to King Solomon behind the scenes keep in mind. The king and Saudi Arabia is a pretty what's the word infirm old man at this point. It's really Mba's Mohammed bin Salman who is the Thirty-three-year-old crown prince. He's the guy who runs stuff, and he's the one who has done this whole charm offensive in this country and big business and big media and big government all being buddy buddy with M B S. So that's why this is such a shock wave through the elite communities. The the DAV Vos set is a little oh my gosh. Well, we do. Now, we can we can have the Saudis funding trips for us anymore. And there's there's the reality of what tells us of Saudi Arabia, which is interesting, and I'll get to that. And there's also the pending probably will be the case at some point. When you watch the show when you listen not watch when you listen to this show, we'll have confirmation of it. But as of right now, it sounds like they are planning to say that this was a rogue element within the Saudi government. That's the latest reporting here and the plan is for the Saudi government to throw some intelligence official under the bus. I've also seen early reports that it may be maybe the Saudi government's position that an intelligence official decided to interrogate and it went over the line, but the Saudis can't hide anymore that this guy was killed was killed in their custody. They're calling quote an interrogation that went wrong. That's that's the latest on this. So it doesn't really seem like there's any room for the Saudis to keep dissembling on this. They're they're they're caught the Saudis earn a jam here as they should be the Saudi regime is a terrible. And and disgusting governor. But we're not really often told that because they have a tremendous amount of sway even our own media. The own a lot of shares a lot of very important media companies. But here's what you see the pivot the pivot that's going to happen. It's already started to happen has you have this issue of a repressive to -tarian Muslim? How often you hear about that a Muslim majority nation, not just a Muslim majority nation entirely Muslim nation the most Muslim country by percentage, I believe in the world. I mean, maybe some Malia and their Cup other countries that are right up there. But the Saudis do not allow non Muslims do beep. We know citizens of the peninsula and Saudis are did they do. Do not allow Christian worship or ceremonies are houses of worship to be to even be built on on Saudi land. So this is a hyper Islamist. Government which you don't ever hear a hyper Islamist regime, and I talked a little bit about that. Holy. But unholy alliance between the hobbies the Salafists fundamentalist Islam, and this bedouin tribe the house of Saud that is the Saudi regime Saudi Royal family. So, you know, there's all this complexity on the issue, but but here's what what's happening right now. This is going to quickly become a crisis that be that is much more about what Trump does for Armenia than what it really means. I'm already hearing, you know, because Trump cosies up with dictators. That's why this happens. This is the line. You hear this all the time? Trump is so is coddle dictators. Here's what I want to say it anybody in response to that. Because you'll hear this all over the place to meet in the next few days. I don't think it's possible to college dictators more than Obama did I think it'd be very hard you'd have to work really hard to do. So because Obama made some very clear errors in dealing with orchards and strong and for one his word didn't mean anything when it came to consequences the erasing of the red line in Syria. Led to a free for all by the Assad regime, but also by the Russians that were backing up the Assad regime by the Iranians who sent in troops into Syria Obama's unwillingness to enforce a red line in Syria had tremendous consequences, and you could say that he wasn't really coddling that dictator, but he certainly made a lot easier for him. Obama and the left along with him do coddle all Marxist revolutionary style, dictators in the western hemisphere. They did caudal Fidel Castro's Cuba, communist, Cuba was receiving all kinds of favorable treatment under the Obama destruction. And no punishments really doled out. No carrot and stick just carrots when the Obama administration was dealing with them in the same thing could be said of Venezuela where yes, Obama was not an increasingly over time was less favorable toward the regime. I should've has and then Madero, but Obama had a soft spot for these Marxist revolutionary types. No question. No question. And then, of course, the Mola's in Tehran. You know, you're wanna talk about soft spot. How about giving them a deal that effectively prevents any Israeli or other allied military action against Iran nuclear program, and let them get wealthy and let them keep their nuclear program until they decide that they want to have breakout. And at that point, it's too late and. They'd have too much money, and we're not going to stop them, right? You know, you look at all these things you look at all of these issues, and you think to yourself hold on a second. What how do I even hear this on? What is this line about? How Trump is coddling dictators. He's too favorable toward dictators. When when the reality as we see it is, oh, you mean, nothing Trump does will ever quiet critics nothing. Trump could ever say we'll ever get them to stop claiming that he is in the pocket of of of either Putin or Kim Jong UN I mean, he said it in the interview over the weekend with Lesley Stahl. She goes you said your your side, you're in love with Kim Jong. Because look, I'm just I'm talking here. You know, I'm trying to Sam we've got a good report. You know, what do you want me to say, you're not gonna get anywhere saying, he's a filthy evil, murdering, you know, piece of human garbage. I mean, you can't say that about Kim Jong UN. I mean, that's I can say you can say, but if you're going to then sit down with the guy and try to get a major diplomatic breakthrough. I think you're probably going about it the wrong. Way. Right. I think that's probably not a smart decision to make. But they tried to go Trump into this and try to use it. It's just all partisan. It's just all Trump is bad on this issue. Once again, somehow the Saudis who have been a repressive intolerant regime for as long as they existed somehow the Saudis killing a dissident in an eight in the consulate in Istanbul is Trump's fault. It's always so everything comes back to Trump for these people. Oh, it's because of the tone set by the Trump administration. No, maybe it's just because the Saudis are repressive and the regime thinks it can get away with anything because it has gotten away with pretty much anything for a very long time. Maybe they think that we need them too much as a counterbalance to Iran for us to do anything real to stop them. Now, these are all these are all very real things to keep in mind here, and you know, Trump, I I just gotta say it's it's all about how he's not doing enough. Trump's a bad guy. Boo hoo. Trump is too too friendly with dictators and all this, and it's just non. Incense? It's just nonsense. What should he do in response? Here's I'll tell you shouldn't do he shouldn't do anything that puts a single US troops in harms way over this. And I mean, even up to and including the fact that the Saudis, can, you know, open up the spigots for funding to Sunni extremist groups throughout the Middle East around the world. You know, we we don't wanna make such a big deal out of this that all of a sudden people start to suffer consequences abroad. It's not worth it to the American people that I know we're not allowed to say this now because journalists are oh a journalist something terrible happened to journalists. It's really bad. I agree wholeheartedly on that. It's immoral. It's wrong. But I don't think that the entirety of US foreign policy vis-a-vis Saudi Saudi Arabia, and therefore the broader Middle East along with it should turn entirely on what happened with this guy is not an American citizen not on our soil. They're trying to make it a much bigger problem. Make it seem like a much bigger problem for us than it is, you know, it's more of a general moral prop, right? But it's not America's problem, but they wanna make it seem like it's America's problem because in doing so then they'll be in a position to say Trump hasn't done enough here. Trump hasn't taken faction. Trump is a problem when it comes to this. So once again, it all comes back to bashing Trump kashogi is killed in a consulate in Istanbul. And our media wants to say that Trump is the problem. We'll be right back the stories that have.
"junkin" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"At your leisure just search for Junkin Kelly on iheartradio. To release this information even that which was redacted earlier. It's really just pushing this envelope. And I think it's making a lot of law enforcement officials department Justice officials, and it tells us officials very concerned about the negative impact and consequences of doing that. If they really believe that this is going to have serious impact on a national security law enforcement and judicial process they have an obligation since they took an oath of office to the constitutionists not to Mr. Trump to uphold their responsibilities and their agency and departments authorities. I mean, I is he saying, you know, just don't do it. Don't declassify because the president has the right to tell them to declassify. I mean, he's the former director really just saying that there should be effectively a a classification mutiny against the president that they shouldn't they shouldn't abide this. This is a lawful. Order. There's nothing. This is where you see the anti-trump folks, really lose. It is that they think that just because Trump does something it must be not okay for him to do it. They don't understand that. He's the president again because they don't accept that. He's the president. But this isn't just some random wacko. This is the former CIA director Obama's really closest national security advisor media after Valerie Jarrett. But because she knows a lot about national security. But, you know, this is this is a guy who was Obama counterterrorism czar in the White House. I mean, he's obviously a far left loon democrat. And he saying that they have an obligation to not do what Trump says if they think it will date or national security, and he's just telling them that do not comply. Now, I don't even think this is that unusual when you consider that that was what Sally Yates the acting attorney general who's also a hashtag resistance member house. What she did. She would not comply a lawful. Order. The president was doing the travel ban. The supreme court said yes drought travel ban. You're allowed to do it. I mean, this this is just people allowing under ideology. To supersede their obligations. To their offices to their oaths and to the country ideology comes first. So, you know, and and it's so fast thing, isn't it. They really don't want this information and get out. I mean, how long are we supposed to hold this until twenty twenty until you know, there's a new election. Let me guess just like how the Democrats don't want a vote on Cavanaugh into. I don't know maybe sometime in the middle of November, the Democrats also I'm willing to guess don't want declassification of essential documents about the origins of the Russia collusion investigation until oh, I don't know. Maybe GNU wary twenty twenty one or so I got I got a feeling that's their view on this one. Oh, how convenient and I know none of you are shocked at all right? Man. It's it's tough folks fighting for the truth. It's tough. Isn't it a lot of work for all of us? But hope you're having some fun too. I'm really enjoying talking. We got more stay with him..
"junkin" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Search for Junkin jelly on iheartradio John Brennan is actually a national security risk to the country. And we are safer because his security clearances gone and the reason I, say, that is in two thousand twelve he actually released information. To other agents who went, on TV and said oh we've got a double. Agent in Yemen about the time. There was a double agent Evan and his life was putting his or her I don't. Know who it was their life was. Put at risk. Because of John Renan's releasing information that he shouldn't have John Brennan. Was also involved with illegally looking at Democrats computers are investigating CIA torture and then lying about it before committing so John Brennan should have been fired. For cause long ago and he shouldn't be within, a mile of classified information because he's a national, security risk he doesn't know how. To keep his mouth shut and now he's somebody who's going out there saying the. Commander in chief is, treasonous I don't think I don't know how. You can, be in the chain of information if you're saying commander commander-in-chief should be put. To death for treason, so yeah John Brennan's way out there certainly out. There and needs to have no connection Government ever again Rand Paul just making a whole lot of sense there isn't he Senator rand Paul seems. To get a lot. Of other people don't not. Only is it this is an exception this is. An outrage folks you got a former CIA director's calling. Somebody A traitor to the country. It just so happens that person, he's, calling a trader is the presence of the United States and then he goes through a lot of other regions particularly the the Senate spying issue. And. I think folks would say discussion Clarence. Is this release surprise when when you think about how this guy Brennan was, Obama's chief, terrorism advisor? In the, White House for a while okay Obama thought Brennan was just the greatest do you look at the. Other people, that Obama. Really trusted, on national security Susan Rice Samantha power I mean you go down this list of some of the folks that. He wanted around him. To advise him Ben Rhodes John Kerry I mean. These are people that you think. Really have an understanding of what's going on the this is the a team. I don't, think so I don't think so at all and Trump is he's not backing. Down on this and. Even though the the media. Is trying to make this a huge deal Oh my gosh they're making, this such, a big? Deal Trump, spoke about this earlier today and this is what he had to say about a place I've actually. No this, is from. Even this, from over the weekend play.
"junkin" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Leisure just search for Junkin Kelly on iheartradio Courage truth Glenn Beck he who fights with monsters should, be careful less thereby becomes. A monster and if as long into, an abyss the abyss will also gays into the the tormentor becomes the, tormented When it's all said and done I have a feeling. This is going to be the story, of this generation the. Theme it's definitely. Already starting to be a theme for the me too me too movement more. Specifically as it pertains to Hollywood I don't know if you saw this but Asia are gentle Asia are Gento she, was one of, the real first and. Real outspoken, accusers of Harvey Weinstein she. Was the, one that really got the, global metoo movement, going and an avalanche of. Accusations all across the industry which you, know I think it's good I mean they've known about it forever Hollywood just decided to. All of, a sudden signal their virtue and go oh my gosh we are so against that so it brought light to the dark. Side behind all the glitz and glamour, in Hollywood and we. Have become now. Accustomed to the virtue virtue signaling of actors and actresses and anyone who's involved. In the entertainment industry they just love going on late night talk shows preaching at award shows championing the cause I, look at me, I'm so virtuous most. Of us, just keep our mouths shut Even when. They try to hype man like Howard zinn. The, message the message Hollywood has been all too giddy giddy to send is. This our virtue is greater than yours and. The rest of all you little people need to bask in how ridiculously awesome and woke we are oh and vote democrat so let me go back to Asia are, Gento now she, began writing op EDS in publications like the guardian then she took her or message political she, slammed right leaning, political parties in Italy she. Slammed President Trump she wrote in April just four months ago quote the exploitation of women. Has been central to each other paths to power Weinstein used his company to hunt for prey Trump used the misuse pageant to. Gain power and influence in the business. And media, world for speaking truth to power Haibin called a whore liar. Trader and an. Opportunist the one thing one thing I will Be though The one thing none of us should be silenced She's still virtuous turns out that her. Silence is something she tried to get her victim To to be just to, have a little silence ch- came out this weekend. Are? Gentle, paid a former child actor three hundred and eighty thousand dollars in. Hush money why well you'll never guess sixteen years, after she was allegedly assaulted by Weinstein. She took an. Underage boy to a hotel room got him drunk and sexually assaulted him So metoo is, now coming for one of its founders Sometimes not always but sometimes those who who shout and points the loudest are often the ones most guilty Weinstein brought a. Nationwide spotlight on something that everyone in Hollywood. Already knew they just didn't want it out in public Until now When the dust, cloud settle I truly, expect expect, you know black tar just to be all over the, Hollywood soul and it will finally. Be exposed but I also expect that they're going to continue their. Virtue signaling the, question is will.
"junkin" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"At your. Leisure just search for Junkin Kelly on iheartradio Do you dread trips to the gas station a Silicon Valley startup that functions, like a Mobil gas. Station using field technicians as they're called to fill up vehicles when they're not, being driven just maybe your solution the, company known as Yoshi is part of a crop of guests, delivery startups. Billing themselves as quote Uber for gasoline more from Peter Holly, tech reporter at the Washington Post Peter explain this I didn't know so many people disliked. Going to gas stations but. Apparently there's a lot. Of people out there who cannot, stand filling up the gas so there's a new company, it's called Yoshi attacks you've been around for three years but there they've been expanding lately all over the country and you can hire them to, come and fill your car up, with gas as well as do other kind of gas station services like Philip your tires to? A car wash. It's, considered a Mobil gas station is that named, after the Mario Kart character by any chance it actually is, I I'm not sure what the exact connection is. But I do know that they did The name from the old SNL Mario Kart thing, about that so how does, it work does that doesn't. Sound to me like you could just decide as you pull into, a gas station and downpour starts that you can, say oh jeez I'd love to have somebody fill up my tankers or am I wrong no you're right so the way it works is you, sign up with Yoshi. Beforehand you set a schedule with them there's an app any and you create, a schedule by which they come and, find you so if you wanna have your car filled up, at your. At your office or if you want to do to do, it at home they'll come to you they'll fill it up and you communicate with them. Via app actually be a. Lot on your apps. So if they notice.
"junkin" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Your leisure just search for Junkin Kelly on iheartradio As we continue Sheryl, Atkinson investigative reporter also the host the full measure her, Sunday morning talk show we were talking about the whistle blowers and rank and file that wanna tell the truth, and, you're saying that those. People that, want to tell the truth or being intimidated into not telling it why well you, have to wonder I mean I don't know the reasons of another rations, by people at higher levels and say the Republican party or in government that don't want to hear, these stories but an argument they're making that I don't think rings true for the reason, you said is well now that we know, what we know if, we really go. Too far down this path, it'll just destroy public confidence in our institutions but I say like you do that, faith is already being. Shaken and if these people aren't held to account or we don't research. And investigate it it's gonna be worse but I think that's not the reason they really don't want these investigations I think there are, other motives and reasons, that you know maybe we're not privy to if. They don't want a lot of this To come out well it seems to me that especially if you look at Komi. Anne McCabe and struck and page and some others, and then. You look at those that signed, off on a phony Faiza application and phony FIS application, renewals we we we all know these things in various things have happened in laws were broken starting with Hillary, why, isn't she on trial. Today well, and I also know people who have tried to speak of different things that have, happened and they've gone to staffers of prominent members of congress you know, who are well aware of it who staffers just say oh my gosh you know this is huge, and then all of a sudden it goes away nobody wants to meet with them after, all nobody wants to talk to them after, all so this is, what we're up. Against in any of these, questions it's a very complex and frustrating situation all right Cheryl Atkinson thanks for being, with us award winning. EMMY award winning investigative journalists and thank you so much for being with. Us we appreciate it eight hundred nine four one Sean toll-free telephone number we'll do phone calls for the last hour of the program That's coming up straight ahead It's, five, thirty at News Radio, eight ten at one. Zero three one WG.
"junkin" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"If he wants to be in la this is more of a family decision than any and i think he believes and and and you talk to people around the league that's the sense that that the lakers are going to get somebody else that going to find a way to bring in somebody else either by trade they've got these young chips so so just just the fact that you look if they don't get co i leonard and they don't get paul george i don't think that rules out lebron going there and and seeing what they can figure out after that so i think that that's that's that that's still very much on the table sean obviously we're going to be watching you and your twitter feed and anything you're writing for the sporting news for the next week so i don't want you on vacation i went ahead in the book that sounds like the book suffer your tougher than my editor john i well because guys like me gotta talk shows and we want to be able to just mooch off your twitter feed and everything for content so please be at your best so i could be of my best which i will get on the phone as soon as we hang up john i'm an extra child for you let's just put it that way even thank sean krisha sean joining us here on the junkin keiichi on cbs sports radio we need i need sean at his best this week need him and his best and i'm not gonna take any excuses why he's not now you're heading to peter schwartz joining us you are heading to the canton right i can't he's gonna be going to canton i know he's going to canton this week which is wild head out to canton ohio be able to visit the pro football hall of fame the pro football hall of fame which is always fun able to see something like that this is going to be is this a bucket list item for you at all or none peter the beginning is this a bucket list item for you to go to the hall of fame we actually funny part is you did it right we went last summer with an we went on vacation with another family friends of ours we went to cleveland i and went to the rock and roll hall of fame what's the ability joel concert and then the next day went to the football hall of fame so we actually they are last year and i'm very friendly with david baker the president of the hall of fame because he used to be the arena football commissioner when i was broadcast around the league i said to him on the way out i said i really don't know when we're gonna come back here i guess when kevin milwaukee gets in or joe klecko gets into the hall of fame we'll come back i didn't realize a year later almost almost to the day that and only back for a couple of days back for a whole week see that's awesome though i mean is there is one thing you can do though yeah that has changed there has to be stuff in there now about the super bowl champion philadelphia eagles i imagine there will be and i'm i'm sure we'll get a good look at it i hope we get a good look at it at a picture for me or something it would be very welcome i think i would certainly be able to handle that tell me show me what they've got there i mean they've got to have the phillies special has to be somehow commemorated i'm sure i will tell i will tell you this i know that there's there's from what i understand there is a day where all of the kids that are participating in the game i think go to the hall i think there is a day or a night or whatever it is that they get to go i know that when my wife and my youngest sons join us later in the week when they fly into me that's there we are going to go alka family again last summer they took us into the theater to.
Damian Gramatica, America and Europe discussed on Louisiana Great Outdoors with Don Dubuc
"Public needs to know and they deserve to know that president trump said the stories of the socalled angel families aren't being told you know you hear the other side you'd never hear this earlier and a tweet he accused democrats of telling phony stories of sadness and grief hoping it will help them in the elections steven portnoy cbs news the white house last night pittsburgh more protests after the shooting death of a black teenager antoine rose has he ran from a traffic stop murdering for nothing three shots in a back for nothing like that boy didn't do nothing wrong the us prepares to receive remains of americans killed in the korean war reporter don kirk is in seoul the us command in korea is awaiting word on the return of the remains of at least two hundred american soldiers missing from the korean war seoul's yonhap news agency quotes a south korean official saying the us is sending two hundred and fifteen caskets to retrieve them from the north koreans at the truce village of john a us spokesman told me in honor guard would salute them as they crossed the north south line the european union has started slapping tariffs on billions of dollars in us goods everything from jeans and fruit to motorcycles and bourbon weeks after president trump's tariffs on steel and aluminum more for the bbc's damian gramatica in brussels the president of the european commission john junkin he said all of this goes against logic and history because europe and america should be allies not engaging in a trade war former astronaut buzz aldrin reportedly suing several family members florida today reports the second man to walk on the moon accuses them of misusing the financial resources of his foundation says they've also undermined his personal life has children's say.
"junkin" Discussed on Double Toasted
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"junkin" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"To tell you about a client that did not that the american financing did not not do business with it is somebody who went and did buber amounts of homework probably went to ten different mortgage consultants and it says the kind of person this guy is and he just worked it worked it worked it and worked it he got down to two deals one was really really good and the other one was really really good accepted had one extra level he didn't have to put any money down he brought both of them to american finance because american finance was the first one he brought them both to american financing i'll let him tell you the rest of the story stu they actually told me to take the other deal they told me that it was a really good and and i was asking for something very quirky and not normally the type of mortgage they did at american financing they actually sent me to another company because it was a better deal they junkin said we'll get back to you let us look at this they took it back for an hour and he was asking for i don't want to pay i don't want any money down i i hate the no by don't well that's why that this why this company stays and businesses oh i don't care of business or not so so but that's the kind of people they are they will find the best deal for you because they don't make the money the sales consoles don't make the money on if you take their dealer not so they're.