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"ker " Discussed on The Dworkin Report

The Dworkin Report

02:18 min | 2 months ago

"ker " Discussed on The Dworkin Report

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"ker " Discussed on The Dworkin Report

The Dworkin Report

01:44 min | 2 months ago

"ker " Discussed on The Dworkin Report

"And there's a lot of now. I'm very grateful for your hard work on on everything you did. Hear this amazing book. The book it's titled Battle for the soul inside the democrats campaigns to defeat trump It's a must read. We'll have a link in the episodes notes. Really appreciate you. joining me. Is edward isaac denver. I appreciate your time and thank you so much for everything you do. Scott thank you. Thanks for the book. I'm glad you enjoy to help everybody. Joy there's a lot in there and just a lot of things that i'll tell you as a reporter covering this day to day that's was reporting the book. I was surprised. I think that'll be true. They'll be true for every reza but it is a must read like absolutely like without a doubt and so again we'll send links to that But everybody's got to get it. No doubt like this is a must read for everybody So thank you again for joining us appreciate you john. Bank back here to subscribe to our podcast on ankur dutta. fm and also gives us a five star rating. When you can on apple podcasts. Thanks again to our guest. Edward isaac davar. Thanks again to our producer. The number one producer in the entire world for any podcast. Mr grant stern yuval him at grant stern. You can visit our website. Dorka report dot com for more episodes. Thanks again for listening resistance forever..

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"ker " Discussed on The Dworkin Report

The Dworkin Report

08:01 min | 2 months ago

"ker " Discussed on The Dworkin Report

"Success along. I think that the moment that biden arrived and it's president not one that he could have anticipated wasn't when he got into the primary race thinking gonna be And and yet emerge the moment obviously very much defined by the corona virus and everything that came with it but also defined by everything last summer with the after jokes lead. Cal i and and this has created again. It's the presidency that he wasn't quite expecting the way to put it probably i. I interviewed him for the buck. And the interview is at the end of the book and one of the things that i said to him was a we invite. I've covered by long time. So there's a little bit of familiarity of a reporter politician and said look. I should tell you before we start. We were playing around with a bunch of different names Titles for the buck and what. We finally landed on was battle for the soul. So that's the book is gonna be called battle zone. Obviously that's romeo and biden. I think most people don't realize has it's very sarcastic sense of humor. Even when he's being very nice at still what to say that he said he was not being a jerk about it. It just like how his humorous i said it would combat with the saul and he said. Yeah the different. You meet pal. I actually believe. And i said to him now. I think you you may have been onto something in the end. And i think he was onto something in a way that he didn't anticipate and that i didn't anticipate the most people didn't anticipate how much was going to be on the line in this election. Right what we're talking about the corona virus split but public health crisis that rethinking. How work in school i. It goes obviously the economic crisis in rethinking. What that means the country. Everything with george floyd and that followed the black lives matter. Protesters and the racial reckoning going on through the that would be going through in the country the crisis of democracy that we are in that has been obviously accentuated by the way that former president trump keeps lying about what happened the election. I am all of that lands in twenty twenty and it lands in the middle of this presidential campaign and by them who most people did not think was in sync with where the party. What ends up being in in changing evolving over the course of the campaign and he changes the moment changes and they sync up. And that's what happens in this campaign but the buck tries to trace what happens and i think if you go back and you look at what joe biden on the way that i picked up his story in twenty fifteen and into twenty sixteen in two thousand seventeen as he decided not to run in two thousand sixteen and as he's trying to figure out what to do in two thousand seventeen he is not in great shape as a candidate is not somebody that people thought would be an among the people who is skeptical. Is barack obama. But barack obama is reflecting when a lot of people were saying at the time is he to all is he says i'm rusty out on the trail. God knows how rusty jones right. That's all going up right. It's a great title for the book as well. You know i think you wrote. The democrats laughed at the kind of emotional battle for the soul of america theme of the campaign. What led you to write the people inside the party data so much. Well i mean just watching how was going and by the way the focus group said that biden the binds can amer doing. Were were very much Showing that people were not into battle for the solid. I kept saying it and he kept saying it starts with charlottesville right. And that's the seminal moment for him that changes it goes from thinking like trump's bad he's terrible politics are wrong vinnie like the man needs to be removed from the white house and he writes his essay wrote in the atlantic That had the sprays battle for the soul of the nation right at mybookie just battlefield itself. Because i think it's i could sort of be like battles for the salt right like the democratic party saw the country saw it all of it buying out in this way and then biden by the end of twenty seventeen at saint report in the book is trump needs to go. I don't need to run for president. But i need him to lose. I won't run if i can make invented. Somebody also can beat him. but. If i can't be convinced then i'll run of course it's a little bit self serving in that as a politician but but if you look at the way that the election went there is an argument that he may have actually been right right not to say someone else couldn't have one but the way that election went yes. He won by seven million votes in the popular vote but look at seventy seven thousand votes switching four state and the net coalition that he built those suburban voters didn't turn out as much of the blackboard at seen was expected to turn out as much of the latino vote or pull as much about especially in places like florida as his campaign was hoping to but it's a coalition it's specifically biden coalition. And if it had gone the other way in those couple of states then trump wins the electoral college again. And i'm not sure what happens to the country. I should say scott right like if roughly the steinway everything that happened last year by them. Wins by seven million votes in the popular vote. But yet those what would happen. I'm not sure but it would have. I think been a dangerous moment for the country but it's not what happened bided one. I'm one of the things that i get into the book. Also there's a story of protests a couple of weeks after the election outside of the dnc headquarters that a bunch of the members of the squad a three of the four out of presley wasn't there and a couple of the newer members who just one Jamal bowman mondale jones and corey bucks for all rare and i was a new green new deal. Pote protests and ilhan omar speaking. And she says that her district at the highest turnout in the whole country in the election. So ilhan omar says that colleagues are saying to ilhan. How did that happen. How did you get so many people to turn out. And she says to them while you gotta give people something to believe in something to turn them out and make them feel the way now. Like omar importantly isn't a district that was in minnesota ran. That is a swing state. The radically trump campaign really wanted when the district. That's the district. That george floyd was killed in the district. Obviously the key gallison represented before he was attorney. General and omar unlike a lot of a lot of ideological candidates where revolves spectrum. We don't get the operational side of politics right. She got more of that right. In last year's election many people were anticipating doing canvassing program door knocking but still yes. The turnout was higher in that campaign than mandatory than any other in the campaign. But the other thing that's drew is that it also was the district with the highest drop between democratic votes for president and democratic votes for House candidate so people were turning out. They felt like they had something to believe in. It was biden. It was biden that they were trying to now some of that was probably anti-trump and some of it was probably the people vote for president. More you know they just don't get all the way down the balance it's biden and that's something that that i think. Democrats have to wrap their heads around figure out what that means what it means for the future because that was true. All over the country was running ahead of every democratic candidate basically everywhere The biden brand turned out to be stronger than the democratic brand or at least the anti trump brand was stronger than the democrat. Yeah as a anti trumper. Whatever you wanna call me Resistor whatever you know..

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"ker " Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

Mojo In The Morning

07:44 min | 4 months ago

"ker " Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

"Mojo in the morning show this is. I believe the second time that this judge has gone viral here in michigan. His name is Judge jeffrey middleton. He's a judge on the far west side of the state in saint joseph county and he's gone viral again for being upset over. Something that happened has happened in his courtroom when it comes to people on their zoom court cases this time is over the name of one of the people that was in his court that he used on his His zoom name. I'm gonna play the audio of this. And i want this to be a word of warning to you before you go on any kind of a zoom chat or go on any form of. I don't know what do we use. We use that microsoft teams. Make sure that you double check what your name is on there. Because if your name is like this guy's name you get yourself into trouble in court. Good morning sir. What's your name make you. Yes the thing of saxon sir. You may not but three thousand. You know lauren's my court. That is your screen name by the way is that i whenever you hear. Whenever you're the judge say that you're just like that is fantastic idiot. Laws court like that. What's your name again nathaniel. saxton sir. But i don't believe that. I type anything like that in. Let's what it says. That's what it says. Why i should put you in the waiting. You can sit in limbo for a while on. Listen listen here mr but you. You've got to be careful what you gotta do. He's he by the way he was in for. There was a drug paraphernalia charge. Nathaniel nathan sacks. Saxon wanna get. I wanna get the judge on the phone. Because i love the fact that the giant actually said the name. Could you imagine if monda had that. Oh my god. If she was still a died she would lose her life to be like. Hey i think she would love it. Don't you think she would love. It should be like excuse me here. What is your name got. Here is explanation for the the name that he was using on his. If i may explain my sister was the one that set up by my zoom account or whatever that but ever is my iphone perry name for my blue tooth speaker. There is a joke. It's not what you think. I'm from for you should be. I'm sorry judge. I just wanted to let you know that i'm not about just no fund. My the way know during money all judges need to have more of a sense of humor. I mean this is a this guy's been in several times into drug court and i'm guessing maybe he's thinking the guy's mocking the court for sure. He's not taking this series. I can't take no more. Oh my god despite. Have you watched the dateline that she's on with the baba k- know her commentary on his outfits when he walks room. It is so darn bunnies. Can we find it online. Mr bush era looking good today. Judge is so funny. I just love her judge. Vonda rae vonda evans on dateline. I got busted with my screen name on microsoft teams member. One of the jock means. We're joking in here. And i titled myself spike hates staff meetings. And then i forgot it was on there and then opt up in the staff meeting. And they're like oh you ever had like an old screen name to come back and haunt you to like the old al well-named geez. What was your what was your instant messenger. Name our hat all god. I wore a lot of fidora's okay. Okay was adorable might living forever michelle. We're getting t shirt. Why why would that not have been your name because they named me. I just went this. That was the name that i came up with. I did that. Yeah call putting up and tell them that we need to go back into the archives and redo that might have gotten the vonda. Here's the vonda testimony revealed your commitment to your needs only cake and eat it too. You will willing to expose a very intimate at the beginning of watch. Judge vonda dressy ruin the i want the actual thing from the show if you love data and you have to watch that one. Obviously it is fun. Hank winchester's and it was from a few weekends ago. Yeah it was really good What's happened in jordan area. What's going on good morning. Everybody good morning. What was your zoom name. Aim name you know back. In the day all saw it was turned for. I message my mother and she quickly came home in Rearranged the ferguson. After that i use that name for a phone scam once but what was that from. That was a saturday night. Live wasn't it when jeopardy. And they were playing sean connery texas with the dollar sign. When everybody cared. We'll see you. Mike just sent us. He just sent us for doorbell. Mike i i wanna get the buffer on the show but i think that the but effort got himself into such trouble that he doesn't want to get into more trouble for for being a. I always laugh when people send us as for like an internship or something and they put their email address or their screen name. And it's like always got four twenty or sixty nine in it and you're like oh sixteen well. Isn't it interesting whenever you see the stories of somebody. Getting arrested in their mugshot pictures. Taken in their mugshot is like you know. I don't know the they're wearing t shirt. Kiss my ass or or they got they got a dui in the thing the thing is like a t shirt based on like blood alcohol level or whatever it is going perfect so coincidentally perfect for them to To be able to have that..

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New York opens investigation into healthcare provider that 'fraudulently obtained COVID vaccines'

Ric Edelman

00:54 sec | 9 months ago

New York opens investigation into healthcare provider that 'fraudulently obtained COVID vaccines'

"State and federal authorities are investigating a park care community Health network. For allegedly fraudulently obtaining and distributing a covert 19 vaccine to the public. The health network is a provider that serves the Orthodox Jewish community. Here's more from ABC is Josh, the State health commissioner, released a statement saying in part Park care community health network may have fraudulently obtained covert 19 vaccine, transferred it to facilities and other parts of the state in violation of state guidelines and diverted it to members of the public. Contrary to the States plan to administer it first to front line health workers as well as nursing home residents and staffers Par Ker Community Health Network released a statement Saturday night saying they will cooperate with the state's investigation. However, they do maintain that they administer the covert 19 vaccinations on Lee to those who qualified to receive the covert shot.

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A Conversation With Huda Beauty Founder Huda Kattan

Breaking Beauty Podcast

05:07 min | 1 year ago

A Conversation With Huda Beauty Founder Huda Kattan

"We're going to get you to travel back in time q the dream sequence music. Tell us about your earliest beauty memories as a child, my earliest beauty varies. Okay. So we we didn't grow up with a lot of money. So I, didn't necessarily have a lot of makeup growing up. So I actually remember it by might earliest memories for all diy is like legit all we were doing my first thing that I ever learned was like Lebanon like using like lemon juice to like get rid of dead skin and things like that. So that was always my thing it was like my sister told me you put a little bit of brown sugar like a half of a lemon and you scrub your body. And it was like really is the best thing. I. I was like Oh. My God I am like a beauty ker because I know how? I felt like I like secret. That's hilarious because I know you're videos like you do so many hacks you've been hacking since like age age I love Ed out really truly and so where where did you grow up? Where was your family living? So we grew up actually in the south in Tennessee so I am like southern it's funny my parents are. Immigrants, where my family immigrated sue from Iraq to America, but my sister and I moan and I were born in. Oklahoma. We moved to Tennessee bet I feel more southern than anything else. Yeah. I. Loved growing up in the south. It's very sweet there. You know it's very I feel like things are a little bit slower but they were very sweet. Also, very simple. Do you have a favorite country music artist Hooda? I feel like everybody likes tonight I train. Some very sad song. It's not true. It's true. Little E bickering I. I know that you know you didn't really vocal and talked openly about like not fitting in feeling like you didn't fit in as a kid in your hometown like, can you tell us about that because like so many people can relate to that yeah, and I think it's like sometimes it's a matter of like the way you love. Just like you know feeling different and for meal is kind of both of those things so. We grew up in a pretty much, very small town violinist city actually when I was in university but group in town my entire life pretty much. So it was always like very, very small, very intimate, but it was also you know very white and I always felt like an outsider one because my parents we always have a lot of money in my dad always tried to put. His better parts of the city and so it was like you know when we were living in less affluent places or like places that were more challenging it was like I felt more like I said, and then when we moved into places where we could go to better schools, it's hard. Sometimes I definitely felt like some kids to be really mean it was definitely probably not like I feel like. My child is actually I don't have very good memories than I don't like going back in time. It's funny because people like let's take a trip down memory lane. I'm like I don't want to you know I feel like all of those things that I worked through were actually shedding all those those like those beliefs that I had about myself. I had so many really like sad like endow for bots about myself like pretty much to about twenty six you know so I actually don't come. Very much I don't like it. We'll do it I don't watch. A lot of people I think can relate on this topic and we did have a question from one of our listeners and our private facebook chat room. Her name is jasmine shuttered jasmine and she said, hey, jasmine who says she has a question for you. She said as a fellow by cultural Iraqi I really wonder what it was like for her to grow up between. Two cultures and weather. She's felt any cultural pressure or received any backlash when becoming such a prominent figure as she had to make any sacrifices adopt herself is it something? You're strategic about? I. Totally. Get why. That's such an important question because we live my sister, it was really profound for me. It was like I felt like I was living my life forever like this. We don't like it was it was I'm not what I think I. Am I'm not what you think I. Am I think you see Cayenne and that's the truth you know. It's like it's we have these thoughts about what people think about us where people expect from us and we live according to that I remember seeing my parents and I remember seeing the way that they were living I just remembered not wanting to do a lot of things that they were doing and it's just it's hard especially when you become a popular person in your person in the public eye. Like living according to people like their opinion, you will never win and so at a certain point, you just have to think about what's more important. That's always going to probably be important but what is more important to you? It's important to think about like who do you who's living your life like whose life is it and yeah, it's not easy to kind of make that sacrifice. Think about like. Well, I'm going to go full force of make the decisions that I want and yeah, and deal with the backlash and try to turn it off to ignore those people. To not give them. You know it's really hard. It's not easy to do sometimes I literally I've I remember spending like I did this didn't connect to my phone for like a week and I was like you know what if it's important, somebody will

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Our Alternative Academy Awards The Oscars Show

The Big Picture

12:50 min | 1 year ago

Our Alternative Academy Awards The Oscars Show

"Guys. Welcome to a very special conversation. Nations show about the Academy Awards but not just any Academy Awards are Academy Awards. were changing things up in the big picture this week. We've invited wisely from the New York Times we think for being here. Thanks for having me. Three Person Person Academy that makes us the Grammy Selection Committee. Hopefully less fraught less racist racist sexist and complete Taylor swift at Ed. Sheeran her part of my mom and I want the academy to tell the truth about who it is fun. Fact Taylor swift and Ed Sheeran had movie moments in the last twelve months. If you recall cheering yesterday Taylor Swift. Of course Miss Americana could forget. we're not going to be nominated for you said Miss Americana Either GonNa cats. That was yeah. That's very generous of you sir. I've locked that out we. We're not talking about that on this. PODCAST CAST now. We got the part right. Okay guys so every year the Oscars come around get very angry because they don't represent all the movies that we want to to be celebrated this year I would say it's been an unusually positive Oscar year in terms of nominations. However we got stuck in this conversation about why are there no female directors in the best director category? Why are there so few actors of color? Why are there so few uncut gems nominations are there so many things here we may? They disagree with that. We will discuss. I'm I'm your evolving. I'm evolving exactly the way to put it all evolving. Wesleyan a minute can you guys. Just give me coming some big picture feelings about where the Oscar nominating process is before we dig into our own awards well Without going into the Math Jeff on how the nomination determined at least in the best picture category whatever they did to make them less foreign needs to change because in addition just like I just wrote a piece for the paper Abou a complicated problem I have with. This year's show is the first time more. I'm I feel like the homogeneity among the best picture nominees just superficially is Kinda monotonous to me. What do you mean but up I mean basically what I mean. Is that lake. There are nine move. Eight movies about white people And like the the white experience yes there is a wide experience. PODCAST is often expanding on and in one from Korea or South Korea. And I I like all of these movies except for one and a half of them and so so. The thing that I am annoyed about is that there isn't it is not as though there's one movie that didn't get nominated that should have that also featured Richard people who are not white so my problem is more of an industry. Problem in the Oscars of course is a symptom of this larger thing. And so I'm Kinda just. I went back just to do some math on on on. How many movies among the nominees for best picture since they expanded ten were set the present and usually I mean the thing? That's thrilling about the best picture. Nominees every year is that you do get some really interesting story that gets told about the movie industry but also just the movies and something about this collection of movies as a collection as a class of films kind of bores me and but again like I like most of the nominees and so I don't know it's a weird place but they they have to change them. I think the man is part of this like even I don't like Hustler's that much but you this. This group of movies needs it. Needs it needs needs like a blindside. It needs a district District nine yeah. It needs a district night but you think that so. That's I think it's math don't you because don't what's the one film that would have resolved some of that feeling. Is that the farewell. Like what is it. I don't even see that's the weird thing also. I don't even care care what it was because I don't like any of the alternative. This is weird year for for the solution to this problem. There isn't one. There's no main waves. Waves would be a movie that would that would be more interesting but every year since they expanded ten has had just more interesting stuff. It I have a theory and it's not about math and I think your point about math is good and also your point that this is these are eight movies about white people is also important. uh-huh any everything we're about to say is not going to change that but I do just and it's not GonNa Change the industry and it's not GonNa Change. WHO GETS to make movies? Unfortunately but I do wonder if some of it is also like our expectations and our relationship to the nominees because we're used to being dissatisfied and we're used to findings something that to be mad about and since they've gotten to ten and especially in the last couple of years years. There are more movies that I'm excited about that are nominated for best picture. And even this year I would say they're five movies like jazzed about same same here and I'm not used to that and so I do think and and we're part of doing this podcast and talking about the Oscars is arguing talking about what was snubbed. And what the economy isn't representing. and I wonder if some of the boringness is just kind of. I don't know where to put all of that energy for what interesting that I hear that that particular aspect of this year's race though I think is an anomaly. I think there's two reasons for at one. We we just happen to get a couple of films from a couple of people who kind of always make big noisy special films. Martin Scorsese Quentin Tarantino. We got a couple of movies marriage story and the Irishman that probably would not have been financed by any other studio that got a lot more money than they would have gotten and so those movies got pushed up to the top. You know I know you guys probably not huge joker Fans but that's a highly unusual kind of movie to have been made in the way that it was position. Marketed the success that had had and also the parasite thing is. There's just no literally literally no precedent for a movie like this getting this much awareness appreciation potentialities to win The the fact that this is impossible right now is was utterly unpredictable. Even even in September I ran so I think accounting for this year in particular as a bellwether of any kind and is a little bit difficult long term. But the point that you're making one hundred percent right which is that you know. There's a certain kind of movie that still is always going to get made in Hollywood and there's a certain kind the movie that it's still really hard to get made that's movies by women's moving movies by filmmakers of color starring people of color about different kinds of experiences in the world. So that's not going to change. I think some of what we're we're GONNA do here accounts for that. I think some of the categories that were creating accounts for that. Yes I think. In general though the public perception of the Oscars is it's a little bit. Stodgy it's a little bit boring self-satisfied but also it doesn't really understand what's fun about movies no well that's part of I mean to the degree agree that there is a selection committee. It's People's self consciousness about their with. They want their tastes to be. Yes yeah and that to me is part of what I'm sensing about this group. The best picture nominees though I feel like I do feel like despite the fact that I actually could not subtract one of these movies or there's a ten slot at the tenth movie like what I mean. You could additive movie proud interesting lake. Ed Lee said in the president and at least about the thing that is seemingly the problem by gathering these movies together race Which member of the knives out family is each? That's a good game that somewhere. Oh I like that. We don't have to answer that right now but just trying to think of the Google anyway I but I but I also think that part of the problem. I think some of the things that I'm feeling is this. I mean I don't know it seems like a revenge against the way things seem to be going. Otherwise yes but you can't prove that a and I mean I'm arguing against my own myself right now but it's unprovable. It's just a feeling that I have a feels like every time they do these blind surveys of these academy members. There's always somebody who's like well. I don't think we have a diversity problem. I just think the movies that Star Wall you know other people uh-huh aren't as good as the ones right or even just that was nice. But it's not an Oscar film which covers all manner of sentence and that shows up in. Everyone knows that there is an Oscar film which there's been an Oscar film since like nineteen thirty nine like that's part of the problem. Yeah I don't know when it got so not. How did you no one team seventeen despite how much I love? It smells ker movie. It is twenty when I was fifteen. I did not think that was pejorative. In fact I thought that that was was meaning really really meaningful. My perception of it is changed or self conscious about it. That's an parasite actually wins. I'm going to feel really freaked out. Because does that mean that I'm basic because is the movie that I want to win also won the Academy Award. I just called aging. Yeah well I don't know I don't feel the way by moonlight. Yeah now more so feels like the exception and to me even though I mean in a weird way. Here's a good test of this of this question. The departed. I always think about the idea that departed is a best picture winner. You know what I mean. I think if the departed was directed by Guy Ritchie though it would have had no chance at the Oscars yes of course. The Scorsese. Only the Scorsese UNISOM did that but just looking at it. As a movie rate lake. That was the best picture of what was it. Two thousand six six. I just it just kind of. It's a funny thing. It's a funny thing that wasn't i. I wasn't the best movie of that year. Obviously are not obvious. It's funny that you bring that up. We actually just talked talked about that. Exact movie a couple of days ago show in that movie yeah. It's a totally fun and slightly. You need us. Yes Oh sure. Yeah what what other the way. I don't know actually actually. Actually what's going on with Matt Damon in that movie. Congratulations him okay. So if we were going to change James the telecast a little bit What what there was talk of this last year? About modifying the telecast. But I don't want to modify the telecast per se but I think that there's some categories that maybe we don't needed some categories and maybe we do need okay. I'm personally I just don't believe that. The shorts need to be in the Academy Awards No one watches them their unseen by the by the public at large. Are You mad at that. You want the short sustain gas. I do why I don't know but the idea. We will not a part of the rest of the conversation but is that really how it works. I mean I'm but you're talking to the wrong person and a win aware like I actually wish they had brought. I want to see the best bluegrass album winter. I WANNA see best. Okay I WANNA see best. Best Ja- best traditional jazz album. I WanNa see that person person win. You're in dangerous territory women. I personally would like there to be a nine hours. Oscar ceremony right. Amanda wants to get through this fairly quickly vision show. You're saying it's its own not work of art. But it's least its own entity that needs to have a start and a finish on a structure and momentum and energy we can't just like trot got out every single movie clip that Sean is like for the past seventy years and then let's talk about this cinematography. I'm and this one's like to the telestrator up with the old Oscar broadcast that were nobody really. There was no Internet for people to run to and complain. I mean it just ended when it ended and it was full of supporting clips. I mean for a lot of America. They didn't know who Pauline Collins was. They wanted to see like surely Valentine. What does that clip? This is good so you get a clip Pauline Collins Acting Shirley. 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The Vienna Woods Killer AKA the Poet of Death

Serial Killers

08:12 min | 2 years ago

The Vienna Woods Killer AKA the Poet of Death

"We begin our dive into the notorious. Austrian serial killer Dr Johann Jack Survey Ker known as the Vienna Woods killer and the poet of Death Jack Hunter Vaguer was always a sadistic and violent man but for years he was able to mask dark side by presenting himself as an author of poet and journalist in one thousand nine hundred seventy six. Jack was convicted of murdering Margaret Shaffer and received a light sentence by the Austrian courts. Margaret was Jack Second Victim. However charges were never brought for his first suspected murderer but while he was in prison Jack took the time to educate himself he began to write short stories and poems it culminated in his bestselling memoir purgatory. His memoir caught the attention of Austria's elite and petitions soon wet around begging for Jack's release in one thousand nine hundred fifteen eighteen years into his sentence. Jack Vega was set free and his celebrity continued to flourish but just four months into his freedom. Jack's urged to kill sex workers revealed itself and for the next year Jack Prowl the streets of Vienna Prague and Los Angeles strangling sex workers with their their own underwear and dumping the bodies in the woods he was caught in nineteen ninety-two leaving behind him a trail of twelve bodies though there is speculation that he killed even more women who have never been identified Jack Interviewers life even at its beginning was marred by violence when World War Two ended in nineteen forty-five allied forces from the US Britain France and the USSR remained in Germany and Austria. The allies occupied the two countries as they began the long process to rebuild the occupation lasted for ten years ending in one thousand nine hundred fifty five during those ten years the German and Austrian birth rates spiked the procreation wasn't entirely between German and Austrian citizens instead many young women found themselves pregnant with the children of allied allied soldiers many children born during this time period had no idea who their fathers were in Germany roughly four hundred thousand babies had allied light fathers and in Austria that numbers around Thirty Thousand Jack Vegas would be counted among those thirty thousand in nineteen fifty fifty two ratio owned travailler. A young beautiful country girl took a trip to Trieste Italy while on this trip she met an American soldier hurt named Jack Becker. Unfortunately we know very little about their relationship but we can make some guesses based on the time period the aftermath the war forced many women to engage in survival sex work in order to make ends meet even worse. Many of these women were sexually assaulted by Allied soldiers. Either of these could have happened to Theresa. It's possible that Theresa was forced to engage in sex work to survive but it it is also possible that her time with Jack was simply a passionate fling one that resulted in pregnancy while pregnant to ratio returned to Austria and struggled to find work. She turned to petty crime like fraud and theft as a way to provide for herself in the weeks before giving birth to Jack back to ratio was arrested for fraud however for some unexplained reason Teresa was released. She then travelled to Yudin Burg Austria and on August Sixteenth Nineteen fifty gave birth to Johann. Jack faker named after his American father. Please note that much of what is known about Jack's. It's life comes from his memoir purgatory or the trip to jail report of a guilty man and it must be taken with a grain of salt written while he was imprisoned during the nineteen eighties. Jack's writing was solely intended to garner sympathy from those who read it Vanessa's going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode assode please note Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but she has done a lot of research for the show. Thanks Greg as an adult it. Jack Unterweger was diagnosed with narcissistic personality disorder. A couple of aspects of narcissistic personality disorder are exaggerating achievements mints and talents as well as having an exaggerated sense of self importance much of this comes through in the way. Jack describes the harsh upbringing. He faced as a child wild. Jack claims that his mother was a sex worker but nothing has ever been found to confirm. She made her living as one. The general consensus is that she worked as a barmaid and waitress Chris. It is possible that while she worked as a barmaid she engaged in sex work from time to time or that she told Jack that's how he like so many others at that time was conceived saved or it could be pure fabrication it could when Jack was two years old. Theresa was arrested once again for theft and sent to jail. Jack was then sent to live with his grandfather fair demand visor in Carinthia South Austria from this point on Jack claims to have had a terrible childhood. According to Jack Fernand visor was an abusive drunk who forced him to act like a quote court fool a slave. We've educated by grandfather to be a fraud accomplice injects version of events he was barely given enough food to eat or enough clothes to keep warm and according to Jack he had no mother figure around instead a rotation of sex workers in lovers frequented the tiny hut decades later Charlotta. Our Ferdinand stepdaughter would protest that all of Jack's claims about his grandfather were a pack of lies Charlotta had lived with Sheridan ad in the same house a decade and a half earlier in the late thirties. Charlotta never disputed that Fernand had a rough exterior a product product of his country upbringing but she believed the rest of Jack's descriptions. Were fabrications according to Star Lotte her own mother. Maria Springer lived with Jack and Ferdinand for about six years beginning in nineteen fifty two Maria helped raise the boy disputing the claim that only sex workers unfair demands random lovers around as Jack got older. He became something of a burden. He was very stubborn and manipulative. Charlotte claims that he would come up with clever schemes to get whatever he wanted. Jack's attitude soon proved too much Maria Springer and she left in nineteen eighteen fifty eight when Jack was about eight two months later Austrian child services took Jack Away from fair to net and placed him with Fernand sister. Mr The exact reasons why jack was taken away from Fernand are unclear. It's possible that Jack's delinquency and fair demands inability to control troll it were responsible or it's possible that fair. Dan was a little too rough with check now that Maria wasn't around to contain him. Charlotta our does believe that it was during those two months alone with Fair Dinette that the myth of the overly abusive grandfather began in addition to genetics a child's child's environment can play a key role in person forming narcissistic personality disorder or NPD according to the Mayo Clinic in most cases a child who was pampered or received excessive praise could develop the disorder however a consistently negative environment can also lead to NPD. If Jack Really did face the emotional and physical abuse from his grandfather as he professed. It's possible that the

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Congressman Ilhan Omar, Tucker Carlson And President discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

03:39 min | 2 years ago

Congressman Ilhan Omar, Tucker Carlson And President discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"And that brings us to Tucker Carlson tonight <hes> Tucker Ker on Tuesday gave a speech on his show claiming that immigrants like Congressman Omar are dangerous that they are undermining America. Everything America has done for Omar and for her family she hates this country free more than ever. She's undisguised contempt for the United States and for its people she's a living fire alarm a warning to the rest of us. We'd better change our immigration system immediately. The thing is Carlson's been talking that way almost host this Pavley about Omar for many months watch. Maybe every immigration system should prioritize people who actually like this country and are grateful to be here according to Omar there's barely difference between this country and and terrorist groups like Al Qaeda Congressman Ilhan Omar herself. A symbol of America's failed immigration system former Speaker Ryan. What do you think is Carlson setting a good example? C._N._N.'s Oliver Darcy is back with me here now. Let me ask you a different question. Do you see a connection between Carlson's attack against Omar's danger and president trump's racist tweets today. I think there's an clear click connection here between the two Carlson's rhetoric this week where he's basically saying <hes> affectively the same thing. The president said this morning that people who are coming into this country hate this country just by criticising some of the policies and now the president basically saying today that if you don't like this country you can go back to where you came from <hes> so there's an undoubted connection between these two things and it's not surprising either right because the president always watching watches talking talking with Carlson yeah he gets his advice from Carlson we know during the Iran incident that he was advising the president so I'm sure he's probably talking about these other issues and immigration hot issue for the president so it's not surprising it is disturbing though that we're having this kind of rhetoric it's one thing for Tucker and the president to criticize were Ilhan Omar might stand on policy of course another another thing to say. Go back to where you came from. Don't belong here. That's disgusting. You're not as Americans me right. That's what he's saying. You're not as Americans like you point out earlier in the segment anyone who's not maybe wait hair and bought hair and white right knows how it feels to say to hear those words words. Go back to where you came. It's not a good feeling so let's wrap up on this topic of the information where we've been talking about this hour. This information more rages online every day what advice to share with folks who just want to know what is actually real and what is true. What what is the media literacy lesson? I think it's it's difficult these days to know what Israel and what is true and I think that's what the president wants. He wanted to be confusing. He wanted to people not to know what's real and what's true and to take his word for it or to just be confused. In general I mean I would recommend that people watch US network people read reputable outlets the journal The Times the Post but most people I think they don't actually read the front page of the newspapers every morning. They go on facebook. They see what their friends are sharing and a lot of times what they're seeing seeing is misinformation content from hyper partisan websites and I'm not really sure how we get out of this. I think that we're going to be in this for a while and now the platforms are trying to do stuff about this and so when they're weeding out a lot of this misinformation now they're being accused by is because the right is flooding the whole area the Rena with misinformation. It's it's it's merisi place that we're at all right now. Balanced Diet is the best of is I can always give about a wide variety of news sources. That's it's easier said than done as what Oliver Thank you quick break here more reliable sources in just a moment

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The age-old quest for the color blue

Science Magazine Podcast

06:44 min | 2 years ago

The age-old quest for the color blue

"Up we have contributing correspondent Kaikaku for Schmidt. He's here to talk to us about the pursuit of blue. Hi kai. So how long have humans been on the hunt for a blue color? That's already whether the difficulty begins. I guess. Yeah. Pretty good evidence from a cave in South Africa, the Blombos cave that one hundred thousand years ago, humans already will making pigments so more like red ochre yellow ker in using charcoal for black. They will make pigments. But there's no evidence at all of any blue pigments than for a very very long time. That stays the same is some recent evidence of from from gravesite in Turkey that about nine thousand years ago. There was some burials of women children whether it had ground down as right, which is a blue mineral. And even when it's down. It's it's kind of a nice, blue pigment. They were very with this possibly was used for medics. We don't really know. But that's kind of the earliest evidence. We have of any Lukman. Why is blue so rare? Is there some physical property required to make something reflect the color blue, it's hard to achieve if you look in the plot world as a lot of different classes, pigments that we have. But there's only one class of pigments Dan to signs which can actually make blue. And even then it tends to be the complicated molecules that blue in that simply because in order for something to be blue it needs to absorb the rent. So the other part of the visible spectrum, basically and red light is of the visible spectrum. It's the lowest energy light. So in order for something to absorb the red. The kind of jumps that an electron makes which is how molecule usually absorbs collapse these jumps need to be very small jumps in order to absorb the right rather than the blue. So it's much easier for nature appears to make molecules that absolve blue instead of once that absorb Bredon appeal blue these molecules often have to have. A lot of consigned chains and little ecoregions until they really make a good blue. I mean, there is blue in nature. We got water we got sky, we got blueberries. But for some reason making a synthetic version making a dye or pigment is really difficult. What about blue butterflies? Those those have nice blue color several of the blues. You've mentioned now are ones that aren't really pigment. So if you take sky, it's you know, kind of scattered more than than red light. Which is why the sky his loop in Walter. It's interesting because Walter actually absorbs kind of in the red kind of to vibrate the water molecules vibrate with the energy of red light. But it's not a very strong effect. Which is why you only see the bluest as up of water, and then the butterflies like most animals, they also not producing any blue pigments, they have like tiny structures that reflect light in a way that most of the other colors cancelled. So. If you take something very famous example like Mosul butterfly if you do into the scales on its wings. It has these little structures, and they basically end up reflecting all of the light the Chines onto the onto the wing in a way that the other colors, just disappear. What you see is the blue. So basically, everything is not a payment or at tied that we see in everyday life. But if we want to reproduce, those colors, if we want to make painting or make something out of plastic. That's the right color blue. It's really difficult, exactly. And humans in the past. Usually they found these pigments by accident. Some of the earliest examples are indigo which is a dye made from plants, but actually the plot itself isn't extra blue. So it's a blue from nature, but it's only blue ones humans do some chemistry on people for a very long time wanted to try and make synthetic indigo. And it took the s chemical company many, many years in precedent. The amount of money to finally come up with synthetic indigo. So they spent more than eight million gold marks at the time, which was more than the company was even worth to finally come up with with the recipe for synthetic indigo which was then produced around the world in is still used today to color jeans. It does make me wonder what is wrong with the blues that we have. I mean, we have plenty of toys that are blue plastic. We have paints that are blue. What what are those things that are available now not doing right or not cheating? Right. Chart is just the festive nation with colors, right? I mean, there are so many different hues of blue. And if somebody comes up with a new one, it's just especially of the artists. So usually the first ones to use them at it's just fascinating to have, you know, one more shoop. But then the other thing is that a little the blues that use Sopher instance, ultra marine, which is basic ground down. That's right. The part of Lapsley. It was one of the one of the most expensive pigments ever made was just very rare, right? Because you need the semi precious stone Lasley to even able to do it later people came up with a way of making it synthetically. But then even this static version it takes her chemicals to make that end up polluting the environment. A lot of self dioxide is produced as site product while you do so that I mean, that's one reason this the environmental implications on the other one office. Toxicity. I mean, this quite a few loose kkob. Lou that on that on exactly healthy, and this is an ongoing. Search people are still looking for blue pigments, and dyes and new or you took a look at three different approaches that are in the works right now, let's start with the first blue seeking scientists that actually found a new blue. But on accident like most blues in history, so must super money on this is a solid state chemists than he worked for a while. And he made a lot of discoveries, but not really related to pigments at all. And then he started work at Oregon state university in values. Two thousand six and what he actually wanted to do was to find what's called a multi for roic, basic material at room temperature has certain magnetic properties also electrical properties in that would make really interesting for building a computer. And so he used manganese oxide. Trim oxide in indium oxide, and he combined these Anna turn up that the compound came up with didn't have any interesting properties. But it was incredibly blue and he remembered from his days to punt the people said Lewis actually kind of hard to make. So he just published it and the color that he created has just had this incredible life of being used in many many places than now. It's also being sold far too to us.

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Bombs tear through Sri Lankan churches and hotels, killing 290 people

Monocle 24: The Briefing

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Bombs tear through Sri Lankan churches and hotels, killing 290 people

"I would like to boil up on all do praise that ought to do. So I enjoyed maybe he'll soon and that all these families lost someone may be consoled. I condemn most of my capacity these act that has cost so much bit. Then summer into the attacks on churches and hotels, insulin ker, kill two hundred and ninety people report suggests that the government was warned could they have done more to prevent the

 Hernandez leads Blue Jays to 6-5 win over Twins

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Hernandez leads Blue Jays to 6-5 win over Twins

"The Blue Jays were down to the twins three to two in the eighth inning. And then this happened another oh to swing a fly ball peak left field. He did a lot more. That TAOs ker Hernandez with a three run over and the Blue Jays take-up five three. Sports that five ninety the fan. Toronto wins five to three on that big home

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Explainer 158: Ukraines presidential elections: out with the old in with the new?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

06:23 min | 2 years ago

Explainer 158: Ukraines presidential elections: out with the old in with the new?

"In two thousand fourteen in a fragile done. Ukraine Petrie Persian came to power in a landslide victory is not only of the president. Future. Monday chief opinion, not forces tried to do my best to defend Ukraine and people to bring security and to bring this five alita once tipped as a pro e u reformist came in. He would end the conflict in east, Ukraine. A matter of weeks is interrupted sizable spot of bother in the first round of the presidential elections. This Sunday Porsche isn't even guaranteed a place in the final run-off for the first time in Ukraine's history. The top two candidates are not clear cut to head of time poll. So far have been volatile results have consistently shown that house of more than thirty candidates? It is neither portion ker know, the fiber and former PM Hewlett Michenko who is stealing the top spot in that place polling with around twenty percent of the votes is actor and comedian Alinsky. Linski zero political experience and know organized party behind him. In fact, the closest come to preparation for the job is playing the role of fictitious president of the people in a popular Ukrainian sitcom yet despite this Porsche anchor and Timoshenko still trail significantly behind. So what's gone wrong? Why has the tide turned against Persian koso- further? And is there any chance it will be reversed in time? After the Ukrainian revolution of two thousand fourteen politically economically and socially, the people showed. It was time for Ukraine to be on par with the rest of Europe. And the hope was pinned on partial. While partial has an outright failed Gwendolyn, SaaS director of the center for east European and international studies in Berlin explains. The trouble of not living up to great expectations. The incumbent Puerto Shangqiu is really tied to the hopes that were societas with the euro my Donald two thousand thirteen and fourteen and he did initiate an important reform process. And also a pro western coasts for the whole of Ukraine, but he also symbolizes all the disappointments. So they hopes were extremely high and the reform process is extremely complex and slow. It has to be slow to certain extent and the electorate now associates also the failures or the slowness of this reform process with him. Aside from sluggish reforms another important sticking point is the ongoing water Ukraine's, east grunted, Putin's idea of Nevada and new pro Russian region in the east and south Ukraine hasn't materialized, but the have been some thirteen thousand deaths since the conflict began and the ceasefire remains fragile further. Still the wall has also fan the flames of militant Ukrainian nationalism formed as a breakaway from volunteer. Military group started in the early days of the war the far right national call have wreaked havoc on partially because recent campaign trail violently protesting presidential rallies with corruption. Acusations this added to the poor living conditions across the country. Makes it clear why Porsche is on shaky ground in Bateson. The freelance journalist in Kiev tells us more about the burdens portion Bess in Ukraine, it's especially difficult not only because the country with active finding a war going on. But also because it's twenty eight year history. They've only reelected and then come to the president once life is very hard for the average Ukrainian salaries are quite low the average monthly wages less than three hundred dollars a month utilities have been going up. So there's a lot of frustration in the country. And of course, gets directed at the president because there's still a belief that the president defines the entire system and that the right person could change that one of partial key reforms which brought him to pal in two thousand fourteen was his commitment to ending the corruption that had plagued the country ever since it became independent from Russia almost thirty years ago, though, he's made substantial anti corruption reforms in important sectors such as gas tax and banking a recent scandal within the defense ministry has tainted his presidency and only reinforced his image as a politician committed to enriching his pals. But it's partially co all that bad his not the only candor under five claims of this ilk, Timoshenko one-stop, the gas Princess has been in and out of water fillings to shady oligarchs politicians for years, and there are even suspicion surrounding newcomers landscape, the TV channel which runs his show is owned by a controversial billionaire and few believed that it's a business connection of no political significance. Gwendolyn SaaS believes the other patches of grass aren't necessarily greener. But if portion could get sin will Ukraine be better off, it is very hard to say one knows what one gets so it will be a continued slow reform process. Whereas with the other two candidates one we really don't know what policies they would focus on one end. Ski has absolutely no an actual program to speak off. So we would see something new with him. That's what he's running on on. Julia Timoshenko claims she roping something new that is highly doubtful. She is not a new petition on the Ukrainian context. So in the west many seaport o'shane cluelessly the easy option to prepare for. But it will also not mean a quick reform process in Ukraine and inexperienced leader like Solent scheme could make Ukraine susceptible to foreign influence, notably that of the Russians who to his credit portion has largely kept it Bain. While Timoshenko's presidential hopes failed to spell out, even one succinct agenda and of time gone by Porsche is not popular. But Ukraine must decide if the unknown will really be any better. Monocle in London patriots.

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Algerians protest over entrenched autocracy

FT World Weekly

03:13 min | 2 years ago

Algerians protest over entrenched autocracy

"Today. We're looking at the situation in ALgeria where mass demonstrations have broken out calling for the eighty two year old President Abdelaziz Bouteflika to leave office. It's all a bit reminiscent of the demonstrations that broke out almost a decade ago in neighboring Tunisia and that sparked the so-called Arab spring. So what's likely to happen? Now joining me the studios are Middle East editor Andrew England. And then the lines are correspondent have a salad who's covering the protests. Andrew festival as I mentioned ALgeria in a way, it's been an anomaly because it didn't get sucked into the last round of mass protests across the region, why this peculiar history, and why is it happening? Now, do you think if we go back to two thousand eleven the were protests in JIRA, but the government acted proactively to put them down. They lifted the state of emergency in February two thousand eleven they reduced cuts in subsidies and they worked quickly to. As the population. And so you difficult the scale that you got in other countries in Libya in Egypt and engineers, you say now protests have continued in now, Jerry, but they've been very localized. And they'd be very specific sort of local problems, a water problem electricity jobs that kind of thing the difference with this is on a mask L. It's nationwide. People are saying it's bigger than they've ever seen out to your bigger than in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight when they have big protests, and it's all around one thing. And that one thing is the prison beautifully is seeking a fifth term. And it's not necessarily about him personally is more the question. The system is pushing him to stand for a fifth term when he's basically an ailing will chair bound president who's not even in the country. The moment we believe in Geneva getting medical treatment. So it's the whole notion is is the sense that Algerians being insulted by the ruling system saying, yes, we're going to push this eighty two year old onto for a fifth term, and that just seems to have been a step too far out here. And so we're seeing Jerry from all walks of life as I said take to the streets in towns cities. Across the country and really mobilized sort of a national sentiment against this, and beautifully ker has handed in his nomination papers. Someone did it for him because he's not in the country on Sunday, and the protests have continued so essentially against the system against the notion that somehow juries would accept having a president who's eighty two years old hasn't been seen in public for a longtime ready speaks at all in public and is in Seville. Yeah. But one of the reasons one of the theories as I understand it. Why Algieria was largely exempt lost time from the mass turmoil. Was that they had their own tragic civil war beforehand, two hundred thousand people died, and so was that also a reason why people are very wary of any outbreak of unrest because they've seen how tragically wrong it can go in the pause. I think our Jaren leaders have used that. And they've used that pasta. And as you say, you know, what happened in the nine hundred ninety s when they had an election in one thousand nine thousand one which was won by Islamists which the miniature then coun. Counselled which then triggered basically, a civil war that is fresh in the older generations minds, I think it's questionable how much role that played in two thousand eleven I mean, people that I've been speaking to tell me in two thousand eleven and it was called the angry poor working classes took to the streets. And it didn't have that national scope which we're seeing today.

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"ker " Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"ker " Discussed on KNST AM 790

"The meeting ESP ker Pelosi that if he opened things up quickly if he reopened the government quickly would she be willing to agree to funding for a wall or a barrier? On the southern border. And when she said, no, the president said goodbye, vice President Mike Pence the house will consider several funding bills for parts of the government today, but without border wall funding. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell calls if nothing, but political theater a SRI port Louisiana police officer shot and killed as she was heading for work late Wednesday night name has not been released yet. But it's believed she was a rookie officer not long out of the police academy. A Raleigh North Carolina. Police officer was shot in the neck Wednesday night while approaching a suspicious vehicle last reported in surgery. The officers condition is not known but two suspects are under arrest. Asian stocks closed lower on Thursday. Dow futures are off sharply down more than one hundred points on Wednesday. The Dow added ninety one points, NASDAQ was up sixty the S and P five hundred gained ten points. A fourth straight day of raises for the major stock indices in the US. This is Fox News. Hey, this is Willie Nelson. These days, we all know people all around us that are having some hard times losing a job or losing a home. And we hear about how many have to move just to look for work. It's terrible to lose your home for many. They're also losing a beloved family member a pet dog these dogs don't understand what's happening to them. Fortunately, there are wonderful people who do the people and the rescue clubs of the American kennel club, the largest network of rescue groups and volunteers throughout America, and they rescue all kinds of dogs. Not just pure breeds. These good people and the AKC find forever homes for all kinds of breach. And it gives people one less thing to worry about knowing that their pets are going to caring home. Find out more go to AKC dot org slash rescue groups. No matter how hard times get remember how good dogs make us feel. They love us. Rich report this return that love, but making sure they have a place to stay. Forever. This is Willie Nelson. Thank you, a Casey. One.

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"ker " Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

05:28 min | 3 years ago

"ker " Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Ashley Savona, you don't take no baloney heath wallet. Now. That's what I call while untained mint. Hot dang. It's Jessica Damian AKU coochy cooed, tea and are super premium patriots subscribers Kelli grant, they grandmaster Shannon out of a cannon. Anthony, the incredible edible Matthew's sister, give them. Ho miss. No. And Lizzy Drucker fun mother. Plus have been so much. Hey, everyone. Welcome to watch a crap in the podcast at all that crap on Bravo. That we just love to watch. I'm Ben Mandil ker and joining me on this various special thanksgiving Turkey day episode. It's my lovely friend who I'm most thankful for Ronnie Kerem from from the rose perks, bachelor roasts podcast. What's going on on full for UT little Turkey. Sweet tart all Turkey, hugs Turkey. Hugs Turkey Turkey Turkey. Don't feel my Turkey about that cloned. Your Turkey just to piss her off. Oklahoma Mayflower too. God help us my God. Well, I mean is there could we be any more thankful than to have the silliest Dallas episodes of the season happen for thanksgiving episode. I mean, how amazing how hilarious. Yeah. This whole episode was a fistful up turkeys. But with some delicious stuffing. I mean this episode was crazy. I was cracking up the whole time girl, you're you cloned a phone girl role, and they're giving Amarine so we'll make screen time. It's olery cameras really come into her own. I I hope people are I've come into to appreciate her the way that we have pre. She hated her since last season. She's just hilarious. She's always been in her own. Okay. Yeah. I can't my own when I went to art school. Okay. Distributor of me. 'cause I've already come into my own. We even got distributor today. I distribute our distributor role strip Nur Grohl. The only thing bad about the episode was the end when they said the next week at the season. Finale. I was like sure. Yeah. But when they said clips of it and Leon is in like seventies. Garber whatever the hell they're wearing and she's just laying on the lawn going on so low, I'm so fucking alone poke and brandies chess like this is this is why this show is like real raining over Orange County as this sort of shed. This is this is what you call a cast. This is what you call drama. Okay. This this is the real shit here. Not some like some bullshit about like, what are they even fight about this week on arch out, even remember? I don't remember either. But they fought I don't remember either I smash it from my brain. We still got a month of festivus, you know, real housewives rubber ladies beating each other up for new reasons that I've never even to think about it. Currently. All right. Dallas and Turkey to how eating Turkey, but you know, it's still there. And after pretend everybody around me is not a murderer. And they have to they have to pretend that you're not a pussy. Yeah. That's true. But I'm still a murderer. 'cause I'm eating salmon right next to them. Just to be like lick at me. I'm being nice to the world for six months. Right out on the ground. Yeah. Listen, you can feel better because that fish family, you can know that if you were just like a normal person who eat Turkey on thanksgiving that fish family would not have been destroyed by you. But instead you are a vegetarian now, and like that fish family that was going to celebrate the holidays together had one of its numbers destroyed to feed you on thanksgiving ruined it a K least their conversation was dumber than the turkeys family. So I feel better. You don't know that really baby steps into being a good person. Okay. Salmon is next. Just hold on Sam. And maybe by next Turkey day. I'll give you up to. But those salmon goes from upstream. Okay. They willing the first of all they're they're doing exercise. They're going upstream. They're dodging bears every single day. I mean, that's that's tough work. Okay. The beat of your own drummer, try that in the marching band. You'll get the tube beating your ass turkeys. Do they like walk Turkey, get pardoned? Okay. For all their sins. Why don't we pardons turkeys? This turkey. About to get deported to Italy after spending four years for a we better, not jersey. We'd better not part Matt Turkey. Okay..

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Free shipping, folding phones and Intel CEO relocates

San Francisco Chronicle Business & Technology News - Spoken Edition

02:03 min | 3 years ago

Free shipping, folding phones and Intel CEO relocates

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Free shipping folding phones and Intel CEO relocates by chronicle staff and new services from business free shipping for all. Amazon says it will offer customers free shipping on orders delivered through Christmas, regardless of whether they are members of the prime membership program rival target recently announced its holiday offer, a free two day shipping saying it will ship hundreds of thousands of items free with no minimum order size from November first to December twenty second while mart offers free two day shipping on sales of more than thirty five dollars. While members of Amazon's one hundred nineteen dollars a year prime program enjoy the benefit year round. But the ecommerce giant will cover the shipping costs on hundreds of millions of items during the holiday rush, and it will provide free standard shipping for any order folded like a phone Samsung has unveiled a flexible screen smartphone that plans to release next year at its developer's conference in San Francisco. The phone may. Ker showed off tablet sized screens. That can be folded in half without breaking which increases screen space without making the phones too. Big other manufacturers are expected to come up with similar devices all are expected to cost more than one thousand dollars. Google says its Android operating system will work with the folding displays and new gig former Intel CEO, Brian Chris niche has been named topics at CD K global a company that provides technology to auto dealers Chris resigned from Intel in June after the company learned that he carried on a consensual relationship with an employee. He had held the top job at the Santa Clara company for just over five years. Cd k based outside of Chicago provides technology and marketing services to auto dealers in more than one hundred countries it serves about thirty retailers and most automative manufacturers.

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Gus Ker, Square and Jesse Dora discussed on BTV Simulcast

BTV Simulcast

00:40 sec | 3 years ago

Gus Ker, Square and Jesse Dora discussed on BTV Simulcast

"Square is looking to take on old school credit card machines with a new device. It calls the square terminal the terminal, lex sellers ring up sales and a process any type of payment and print receipts from one device a device that can pick up and take any part of their store. It also has software that lets merchants access inventory. Create discounts ends invoices. We sat down with the man who leads the squares hardware development. Jesse dora? Gus ker to get the scoop on the new machine and how the company will move forward to following the recent departure of CFO Sarah Frier who went onto become CEO of another company called next door. Take a listen. Sara is a tremendous executive and also really good friend, and we're really happy for her. She's.

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How is Google Podcasts doing: and what could it do better?

podnews

01:40 min | 3 years ago

How is Google Podcasts doing: and what could it do better?

"In the latest poll news, how is Google podcasts doing and how could it do better? The editor of pod news. James Cridland that's me writes an opinion piece with a few ideas for Mountain View. The story also includes data from Lipson art nineteen, only studio and whoosh. Ker panoply have posted data on where the US people listen to podcasts, cities do better than rural areas. But this one US state besides DC, that is for podcast lovers. Movie review website rotten tomatoes is adding podcasts is a new source of reviews. Reports, Entertainment, Weekly had results. Media is celebrating twenty years in the audio advertising industry. They blog lessons learnt. Congratulations to them. The Washington Post has hired Matt who leaker Sika from NPR news and morning edition as executive producer of the papers, new daily podcast, which launches later this year or phonic has added resume, -able file uploads to it. Audio polishing service, reducing one pain point for produces Melbourne paper. The age posts a piece about the world of podcasting, and they're far as into the medium. What help podcast this summer in the UK will audio boom reckons. It's television shows pause platform speaker is to support the Latin podcast awards as sponsor. And Nick Kwa says that welcome to night Vale, used dynamic at insertion to deliver three different endings to listeners according to his hot pod news, netter

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"ker " Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

04:47 min | 3 years ago

"ker " Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

"From the opinion pages of the wall street journal this is the tomac watch welcome back i'm paul zhigo with cape batchelder and jillian malchow chore my colleagues on the editorial page of the wall street journal and jillian the not a top of the front page story this week but an interesting one on the less particularly for many of our readers and followers that's president trump nominated kathy cranny ker white house aide in the budget office to run the consumer financial protection agency that's the bureau that was created under president obama the dodd frank act to protect consumers but turned into a rather aggressive agency in attacking a variety of businesses for a real or alleged offenses often after of getting on the field of battle and shooting the wounded after somebody else had dented the offense i'm thinking of wells fargo for example which they've got in there and took a hundred million dollar fine or so well after other people had headed into fide it what what what do you make of chronicler and the is you're gonna get confirmed confirmations always tricky but i do like her as a choice as the budget officer this is kind of a jargon term but it's actually one of the most influential positions in washington basically she oversaw budgets for seven cabinets thirty agencies that's two hundred fifty billion dollars that she was looking into she's been able to peek into the cf pb a little bit of how they're operating which is a pretty rare thing given that agencies unaccountability she knows how government works and in addition to that she's a former hill staffer who's worked on appropriations and i think that's an important skill that she brings to the table because if republicans pursue reform of the cfpb bb tried to bring it more under the oversight in thority of congress she not only has the experience to scale that agency back but to work on a preparation bureau had been run by richard cordray who has essentially tried to use that agency and the public relations from his attacks on business as a springboard to his campaign his candidacy for governor of ohio he's now the democratic nominee excuse me for for governor of ohio the agency in the interim has been run by mick mulvaney who is the also the own be director now kroger's boss although mulvaney told us this week he he did not have anything to do with creditors appointment because he wanted to stay out of that because she worked for him and he was there the the democrats don't like mulvaney and yet he's been bringing some i think better governance to the cf pb and the dilemma they have now is if they confirm cran or they get crankier if they don't confirm her they get mulvaney for as long as malvinas willing to stay in government hey yeah perks the president trump i think this is absolutely the case and that's further reason that she should have a chance with this confirmation also just say republicans have an opportunity right now they're not necessarily always going to have that in november we don't know how the senate make up's going to change if mulvaney leaves keep in mind that this job goes to leandra english the cordray appointee and she's also suing over that position in court we don't know what the outcome of that's going to be so this this is kind of their chance to act they've got democrats between a rock and hard place a while leeann english former deputy director under cordray he tried to impose her on as his successor the white house overrule that kate with with mulvaney but leandra english where is she i mean she hanging around the office cash checks from parts far afield or where where's she it's a great question paul my understanding is she still being paid but no one knows where she is or what she's up to and there's not been any government work to show for it so she essentially has a sinecure until her lawsuit is over because she's unfirable why is she unfirable because they don't want to see to get in to give the impression to court of of additional potential injury right that's my understanding is that it would lessen their legal case but i think what's really sort of amusing in addition to.

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"ker " Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast

GSMC Football Podcast

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"ker " Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast

"Expecting the bengals to be mediocre ravens bdo ker brown's probably decent but they'll make the playoffs and then in the afc east it's really just the patients are gonna win that division jets and bills are going to be developing their quarterback on his far as miami goes i mean it's always a toss up that team sometimes they could look really good sometimes they can look really bad so it is a possibility for three teams out of this division to make the playoffs but i'd say that the top teams in those division our the texans the giants and the titans okay so now it's just a matter of getting to shawn watson ready to go all right i'm sure the andre hopkins is really really looking forward to him being back out there because i mean who would it be even will fuller okay will fuller is a one trick pony for me okay can run the deep route and that's just about it once watson went down there was a crazy stat words about on half of willfuller catches with watson being the quarterback they were touchdowns okay and as crazy as that sounds it's not necessarily a good thing trying to turn it into a bad thing or anything like that let me see a way that i can get it out there without sounding lega haven i guess it's just you need to be more than just a a receiver who i don't know it's weird okay last year he only caught twenty eight passes four hundred twenty three yards seven touchdowns ohka so i mean for every four catches yet a touchdown but i mean twenty eight catches isn't necessarily great okay and he did only play ten games so that's probably a problem there.

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"ker " Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"ker " Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

"Radio ker they weren't on mass they weren't embarrassing what was more fatiguing the nineteen games they won the year before he got there at a twenty five the less more fatiguing that's not the that's not the conversation by conversation is were lebron shows up of vinci he wears you out everybody around him he's high maintenance more high maintenance than the only one i'd put on his level is kobe because kobe ran off shack and that was foolish but i would put him on that same level is kobe and this is part of the legacy to and i don't think jordan was this kind of a headache i don't think majid was i don't think bird was this is a this is a bloom ish on the brand that he consistent wherever he goes in miami oh we win six druid titles and they they delivered two and four years that's pretty good we've got his first championship in more than half century i mean come on okay okay so now we're down to pretty good so that's pretty good that's that's the standard for lebron james he's going after michael jordan he's going after bill russell he's going after kareem and the what are those pretty how much it is too though let's be honest i think some of this is the age we live in it by thing was gambling in atlantic the night before playoff games you don't think in the age of social media twitter twenty four hour leave the scottie pippen leave because he was tired of michael i'm not talking about the game layer i'm not talking about so.

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"ker " Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"ker " Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Who's the next nick and montebello nick hey nick it's going hey do you agree with steve mason that the two lakers on the russ ker that have twin brothers are brook lopez and alex caruso or do you want to try and solve it yourself i'll agree you agree the answer is incorrect that's not right i was just making up all right so now now it comes down to who can tell me who the two lakers are that have twin brothers who's the next caller let's go to andrew in lake elsinore andrew andrew i'm here all right who are the two lakers that have twin brothers i know this because i watched backstage lakers it's travis wear and the lopez bows correct as good nice travis and david wear both who played at ucla and both went to modern day and brooke and robin lopez both who went to stanford and who now both play in the nba there you go all right all right man put him on hold and what's one of those tickets for those four night come on tonio laker nice now we got another pair another pair okay who's your next caller next caller is andrew in lake elsinore and now andrew you're gonna play with those shea okay i just one i'm the angelo you just want your take jila winner let's go to eric in receipt of eric your any spn elaine hey hey what's going on here so bad and operate in the phone.

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"ker " Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"ker " Discussed on First and Last

"That is certainly struggled a little bit steve sarkissian is yet to recapture a lot of a magic we saw from last year for them under kyle shanahan but this patriots outfit still as tom brady still as a rob wrong cows either it's looking healthier is the weeks go on and is slowly replacing that void that was left by julian gentleman offensively in a big way with brandin cooks with the run the patriots do running back by committee better than anyone in the nfl we could say that successfully right these guys plug and play you into that exact role they need better than pretty much anyone else in this league number three number three going to go with the kansas city chiefs this is a team that we're seeing it short more and more in the last couple of weeks this is not them careening off a cliff with two losses because it still takes a very specific skill set for you to go out have success against the chiefs but in backtoback weeks we saw two teams that have that and when you've got a team that lost eric burien lost some of the capabilities he allows you it makes it increasingly difficult to defend two teams they're very good offense of lines like the steelers and the raiders we're going to beat you up in nickel personnel are going to beat you up when you try and run guys in the boc that aren't as grilling incapable as eric berry to help out of the run game and the pass game so some things to clean up there but still a dynamic offense that we've seen that can help buoy this group number two messages now that team the steelers who in dealing with martavis bryant and the issues surrounding there are a lot of the locker room noise for them hasn't stop them from going out there being a team that especially defensively impressive as any in the league right now they've been stacking athletes on that side of the ball for a while and while at secondary may not be quite on that level that front seven is as good athletic any big across the board as any in the nfl.

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"ker " Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"ker " Discussed on First and Last

"So with that being said number five this is the one i wrestled with a lot looking at this team and looking what i think of them but it's easy to just sit here and poked divisionleaders but when you look at the nfc west i understand and you could pick apart a lot of schedules right now and find reason to fall teams but the la rands are deserving of your recognition near the la rams have gone out jared golf has stepped up his game big in year to todd girlie has to be loving this sort of renaissance here you can point back in a lot of ways to the aussies acquisition of andrew whitworth their left tackle as something that solidified in a lot of ways this offense from top to bottom and now cooper cop has developed a new nice wide receiver waiting on bated breath for sammy watkins the tap into some of that potential but this is a team that with a defense flipping the narrative again we thought this would be good because of the defense it seems that time there almost good in spite of them and if that group can ever get clicking will donald watch out real danger lurks their number four seems like a while ago we were all having a good laugh at the idea a new york jets of the new england patriots at the same record that were all staring up at the buffalo bills well new england back at five and to back atop the afc east all seems sorta right in the world now the vast gone on their fresh off a win in the super bowl rematch against the falcons making some tweaks on defense now again coming off monday night football i didn't say that this is the patriots defense being back because is the falcons offense.

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"ker " Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"ker " Discussed on First and Last

"And so when you hear something like white chocolate caramel frappuccino for mark frazier i feel a lot better for about him that feels a lot healthier but i'm kind of here for you degenerates as well welcomed the first and last we've been expecting you first and last is here on espn radio and the espn abc and at this time every monday through friday we like to take a look at the nfl longingly lovingly hopefully and do our best to figure out a topfive espn dot com puts out power rankings every week trying to make sense of a league that is increasingly full of less and less sense especially right now we're we've seen this struggle the struggle where we've got some teams that appear to be good out of nowhere for the first time teams that we didn't expect to be as good as they've been the jacksonville jaguars coming off their second ten sec performance of the season on defense think that through for a moment even the hues the texans have largely outperformed expectations since the shawn watson took over there lawsom close games have won some games in impressive fashion and then you've got teams that we thought were on the cusp of this the green bay packers but ultimately injury sidelining and changing their season and so now we'll wait and see how injury is going to affect vis group's going forward and if it's going to affect our power rankings coming up.

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"ker " Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"ker " Discussed on First and Last

"At least so far little spoiler alert going to be involved pretty highly in our nfl power rankings be the pittsburgh steelers and really what's become for them a chaotic lock room since the end of last season like we saw this kick kicked off with antonio brown in the facebook live video we know in the past that they've had some up and down issues with levy on bell being on and off the field whether it's for injury or suspension henman legarrette blunt had an interesting car ride a while back led to some time off all these things but in general is never seem to have reflected poorly on the state of the locker room until this last season again going back to what we saw from antonio brown but at the start of this season we saw an offseason were ben rothlisberger again contemplated require retirement i put them air quotes 'cause we never know how seriously that is we heard him the other week publicly reflect and maybe i just don't have in any more antonio brown sideline outburst where he didn't believe it he was getting the targets and looks that he deserved on and on down the list coming up later on similar got their pike stolen on the south side over there it is complete disarray but maybe the biggest culprit of all this has been martavis bryant who is increasingly grown weary of his role in the steelers offense which has been a much lesser one but he was accustomed to now for a guy that spent all last season on a shelf because of being suspended for violating the nfl substance policy the street drug policy.

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"ker " Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"ker " Discussed on First and Last

"But maybe i'm crazy who knows first and last podcast craig can tweets and on my way to work with the king size reasons cup in a dr pepper down with a monster energy on standby hashtag go astros could god that's a lot of taste and texture zola once really shocking the system that's like muscle confusion he's keeping the body guessing right now or in his case he's gay keeping would see its would smells like future diabetes gassing which is something that i certainly do pretty often speaking of we take you up to mike mike every monday through friday there there six to ten am eastern they will have plenty more for you guys coming up this morning reacting to what we saw it of clayton kershaw and the dodgers last night they take game one in the world series at home kershaw weaving heidi haters game one verlind are on the mound for the stroh's tonight we'll see if they can get back into this and about a half hour got an nfl power rankings coming up for you guys we do this every wednesday we try and make sense of a chaotic league that right now seems to be a handful of have issues that even all have their own problems and then a full group that sets below that swirling about in chaos a primordial soup of nfl talent that we can really decipher yet we have yet to see the first mammal crawl out of that we are still waiting on hold for just such an occasion but four right now one of the nfl halves.

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"ker " Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"ker " Discussed on First and Last

"All in response to the golden state warriors the quote unquote problem but they've presented to the nba the way that we tend to lump on great team the do great things that we haven't quite figured out how to beat yet i call this the yukon women's basketball problem because they're really patient zero with a lot of this and so we've seen that response to the warriors we saw that with an offseason full shuffling the deck and we've even seen this for the cleveland cavaliers early in the season with what they've done with their roster we know dwayne wade one of the big offseason acquisitions in addition of dare grows dare grows sideline when injury right now but the big story round dwayne wade was him going to coach tyron lou the other day in saying he's willing to come off the bench let's get jr smith back into the starting lineup he thinks he operates better there twenty weighed believes he can be a bigger asset with that second group blow part of the reshuffling last night as they went up against the bulls team that really should be in no way shape or form competitive with this cavalier's squad and yet led by double digits early in this game trailing cavs trailed by as many as fourteen points in the first half and all of a sudden you're looking up and wondering what's going on one of the shoveling at one of bits that went on with putting lebron james a point guard i can't for the life of me understand why this is a big deal why actually putting lebron james at the one i mean might greenberg i'm mike mike in the morning has now for what feels like years called the broad james the best point guard in basketball and we talk all the time about what a position was mba we moved to now were these guys especially these highly skilled insane athletes like lebron james float so seamlessly between all these positions why this is a big deal.

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"ker " Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"ker " Discussed on First and Last

"Because i continue to say that if you've fed me all of baseball like a momma bird feeds a baby bird through the lens of tim kirk jim baseball would be overwhelmingly my favorite sport and last night gave us great reason across the board to all believe just that first and last podcast any other night it would have been about dallas kyko who got the start for the houston astros who went out there with it exemplary beard so we had the full gamut of bearded men on display last night major league baseball on a night was sweltering heat and as someone who practised in miami with a full brooke fullblown victory beard that i had carried through a season you didn't you that kind of weather and i'm sure there was nettie humidity at all in los angeles none no no humidity out there but even at one hundred and three degrees which i believe was these temperature at first pitch hottest game and postseason in our world series history even in that setting no matter what kind of heated as it still oppressive and so for those guys to go out there trotting out those glorious beers and it ranged all the way from clayton kershaw who little bit more scraggly honestly there are some weird sort of face blend that goes on with him a matthew stafford who we know by now we've all heard the the overblown story about them being high school teammates center in quarterback which is sort of hilarious looking at kershaw now but really got a nice blend of each other's scraggly sort of trailer park facial hair.

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