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"kahane" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

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"kahane" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

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"kahane" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

08:40 min | Last month

"kahane" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"So that committee is where you sit down. You have a meeting every year. So the trade union guys they will the body members from each All over the country from london valium chief offices from each brigade unite. Sussex browbeating glossy will sit down from all over the country but together a deal on policies in issues being say there was a strike that would be the n. j. c. That would also be involved hussein right. Okay we'll give you that tight end. We'll give that pay and everything grievances. They're all agreed with free together but that doesn't happen and if i station locker told you not that officer because he'd x. wines began. Jc isn't there to sue the out and they could actually be renegade against what's already been agreed as well so of course there's all i mean there's lots of ways of doing these things and you've got a in the fire station. The the management procedures and the the different groups and in at nationally or at the city level. You've got these committees and that's all fine. I don't a. I don't know enough about those examples to know what's good or bad about those but what i'm what i'm Arguing in this book is that If we're gonna figure things out together rather than just the boss telling everybody what to do. Or boris johnson. Telling everybody what to do if we're gonna figure things out together not just in big formal negotiations but on an ongoing basis than what's needed is more Is is what. I'm calling facilitation. Which is somebody doesn't have to be a professional facilitator. Somebody a manager a trade union leader a member. A member of the team has to or some people have to play this role of facilitating which means their job is not to tell people what to do. Their job is not to solve the problem on their own. Their job is to help the group work together to find a solution together. And that's what. I discovered thirty years ago. Even in this extreme situation of apartheid south africa can be done. And i've seen it now. All over the world in the us on politics in canada on on indigenous issues In the netherlands on climate change issues if if some people can play this facilitating role than it is possible. Even for people who see things differently who may not agree where like trust each other to find a way forward together. And that's that's what i'm on about. Yeah i mean to examples again can relate to it can lock you say you give you a show example. Because he no you know about that situation where he was. And what was going on the political landscape if you like I'm i'm kind of lot not so subjective in it now saw can talk obey and listen to fight it. Example of what you're saying is well the first one a strong the second one is about the riots during the rice kind of issues and during powder is american any happened in the uk talking about uk situation admitted with the strike. The i was involved with in two thousand two it To deadlock there's just one green is many things In the way of making a deal it got confused. Even fifi is kind of like a faction factionized united some now Inside 'cause then they're using your pay we're just relying on the donations and stuff not not so we really got nasty and That's a situation where i think they might have. Actually bought facilitates room unite. Because of the government's what we're not gonna do that not not talking in the end. It was a situation where it kind of agreed because the united. I'll try. Leave the voice for the five psycho voice of the five. We got shafted me. No even at leader. This example of sodas outright sin that was rice riots in the uk what it wasn't a race what Started off with a king of black guy in tottenham in t- has eleven sparks ryan in tunnels london. But what happened. Was this riots going on everywhere but those riots. 'cause i it's the same in america towards a little bit of losing. It was actually deliberately said. I could take stuff. But then the uk what happened in two thousand lemons. The riots wasn't politically it was or not the drive. 'cause we unite where in poverty new we just going to make these rights so we can still stuff from the shop because see and there was organized there at the time as a blackberry phone but anything that's encrypted united offing watson these days. Nothing's cyber what happened. There was a The whole world heard about this Because i went to cuba on holiday about month layer after the riots. And i'll at tom in fire prevention office. So we've come together with the police doing stuff in the My manager was teaming up with the police deal joint. Carmelo fire safety police issues zim clubs and bars and stuff like that that. Get a licensed but So here's getting the information. What was going on in the riots from the police as well but long story short. Because i'm digressing here. They politicians can be much about gone out of hand and they said all right. We're going to hire a ex new yorker chief took facilitate to actually. He's had experienced staff at take to coming to the uk for two years to work on this problem but was guide on. Is that kind of example. Women office second The strikes we've we've asked the econ- if was it more or less resolved in the end with someone intervene in your so again. I don't know the. I wasn't close to the details of what happened in the uk. And you know these these riots and looting are terrible and in some ways. But i also wanna point out at least with somebody once said to me earlier Earlier unrest in brixton. This time i was living there. One that you know there's there's also this this disruption or upheaval had has also a good aspect just in the following that may be in previous generations. People would think they just have to put up with conditions that are terrible and the fact that they think known we also have rights. And we're gonna make make our demands. No one is in a certain sense assign progress so i'm not. I'm not promoting writing and looting but the fact that more people these days Thing no no they have to listen to us. I'm not gonna. i'm not just going to take things the way they are. Even if they're crap for me is a is a positive sign and so this is what i'm saying is that in more and more cases people are demanding to be heard and demanding to be taken account of and this is why we have to collaborate. We can't just force things and on the other hand this tendency to well to hell with it. I'm going my own way this polarization and that's the that's the the the tension that i'm that i'm dealing with and yes my my argument. Is that the the way to deal with his tension the way to to move forward together notwithstanding the important differences and disagreements amongst us. This is what requires facilitation. Yeah.

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"kahane" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

04:57 min | 3 months ago

"kahane" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"I haven't run into that crane. Fuck that's a fucking ugly. I don't poke the sandhill. Cranes pretty serious. They're big big anyhow like an it. Looks like an eye mask. Like sleep mask that's read. It's bright red. Yeah so okay frightening. Frightening here's my problem. This bird is white. As as are many cranes these are white gray a little bit brown. I'm not i'm not buying. Maybe so everyone was on acid. I mean this was definitely when acid started. Getting popular would not argue. Maybe it's like the salem witch trials where there was mold on the grain that they were that made their head. Did you hear about that. Why that's one of the theories. And i fucking love obsessed with mold ak what hence fucking This podcast will kill you being our network amazing That there was this mold on the grain that they used to make the bread. And everyone went fucking hallucinogenic psycho. Silla simon style. Exactly i hell you read read about it. Okay people not now right now please. This podcast okay. So essentially now. We've got the crane theory in the mix people boy like it's just a it's just a huge man sized gray calmed down. Okay but none of the witnesses who here this say. They saw crank. They're like nuts in it simply. Not not fucking crane is yeah. Don't you dare kahane's send to me professor so including a man who's a contractor named neil newell partridge and he argues. That theory doesn't explain all these weird electrical interferences that he's been getting at his house since he spotted the mop man in a field on his property and he basically sought in a field and put up a flashlight saw the glowing red eyes and was like that was no crane..

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"kahane" Discussed on The Promised Podcast

The Promised Podcast

06:18 min | 4 months ago

"kahane" Discussed on The Promised Podcast

"There. Somewhere guy walks into a bar. He says al where you're going mad. Stop looking at the phone something like that. Now it's our second discussion. So hod think cow much money you would save if those restaurants are talking about about getting shrimp and squid didn't need to pay for two different textures. You think it's time for reform wait. Are you saying that that the places are not kosher now. I i'm saying that they just don't have the hexter that i would want god because i was i was really. I got scared there for a second So our new minister of religious affairs madam. Kahane of prime minister benefits right-wing yamina party announced this week that he was launching eight revolution in the way that factories restaurants hotels caterers and other businesses. Get certified as kosher why revolution because kahane said the way kosher certification is done today is quote unquote sick and the way it's done today is like this. In order to be considered legally kosher food in israel needs to have the official approval of the rabbinate. The rabbinate is headed by two chief. Rabbis one sephardi one eskenazi who rotate as president the two chief rabbis preside over a quote unquote trefor rabbit council. As well as a network of city and regional state employees rabbis each municipality or regional council has its own chief rabbi and kosher certification is issued locally if you want certification a share in hebrew you apply to your local rabbinical council which sends a staff member to inspect your operation. If everything seems on the up and up the local rabbinate assigns a field inspector. Who makes sure your factory or restaurant or whatever follows the rules in a day to day sort of way once he and he is always a he gets to work. The rabbinate issues a certificate certificate can be revoked at any time if the rules are broken and it needs to be renewed every year. For all of this you pay a fee to the local rabbinate anywhere between one hundred dollars and three thousand five hundred dollars depending on how big the businesses and also an hourly wage of thirty five shekels about ten and a half bucks to your day today inspector now. This system has been in place in hasn't changed for more than thirty years. But as state controller audits knesset committee investigations public commissions and investigative journalists have argued time and again. Well it's got some problems for one thing since the day-to-day inspectors are paid by the people. They inspect and since business owners have a right to demand that their inspector be replaced. Petty corruptions of all sorts can flourish restaurant owners. Sometimes lead inspectors. Know that if they are to vigilant they'll be out of a job inspectors sometimes factory owners know that if they get a little extra some some thing of a month they may overlook this or that minor infraction. Another problem is that some inspectors have learned that if they just don't show up at all save to collect their check. Everyone is happier. Anyone who has watched sopranos knows the joys of the quote unquote no-show job. Still another problem is the fact that each local rabbinate sets its own rules in rates so the cost of kosher certification in one town might be twice what it is a town over this to opens the door for all sorts of corruption a while back the rabbi of hold on of lamb yosef the brother of chief sephardi rabbi and the son of the great rabbi ovalles. Joseph was arrested for making restaurant tours in his town by meat from place run by his younger brother. Moshe the fact that each city made its own. Rules made these sorts of shenanigans easy to pull off and hard to fight and there is more lots lots lots more for a lot of the people who care about kosher certification pretty much all the ultra-orthodox and some modern orthodox to the state Is in good enough. They want something more stringent. Anyone is welcome to get additional certifications if they want but it does not freedom from the obligation of getting the regular state hex share restaurant tours factory owners and anyone else who wants to sell food to people who want or need a stricter shan need at the very least then to pay for two certifications and those costs well they add up and given the way the world works it is usually passed onto the consumer which is to say us. Kahane's revolution would change all this or at least some of it. It sets up to tracks forgetting a shit. The first is run by the rabbinate but in a more transparent and uniform way than the current model. A rabbinic committee would be established to establish clear criteria for three different levels of Certification one crate strict one more lax and one in the middle. These presumably will be called a papa. Bear shell a mama. Bear have shown and a baby berkshire. Yeah i mean it's just it's commonsense man really what is required of the business for each sort of certification will be clearly indicated in the document. You can download from the internet. The annual ongoing costs of the certification will also be clearly set out for all to see the second track sidesteps throbbing though not entirely any quote unquote approved company whose managers include at least three quote unquote approved. Rabbis can offer. Its own kosher certification. If three approved sephardi rabbis want to offer a sephardi. Heck show they can. If three approved italian rabbis want to offer an italian hoekstra they can and the people doing the approving will of course be the rabbinate which is how they can be sure that no yikes reform conservative reconstructionist. Rabbis will offer their own. Show the advantages of this reform. Says are obvious for one thing. No business will be forced to pay for more than one heck show that will save money right there for another thing in the privatized track different kosher certificate. Granting organizations will compete for business driving down prices that will also save money. Restaurants hotels supermarkets will lower their prices and presumably will all use that money to go back to school. Learn to code get jobs in high tech and finally make something out of ourselves.

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"kahane" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

06:34 min | 5 months ago

"kahane" Discussed on WTVN

"Kahane that are doing fourth of July parades and fireworks. So we're going to give you a rundown of that. Plus, it's crew Week. I know there was an open house yesterday. The the grand opening happening on July 3rd cannot weights Columbus Crew SC Soccer in their new home on Saturday on the legacy retirement group dot com phone line, We welcome state Senator Stephanie could see a Stephanie where you lucky enough to get tickets to Saturday's Game or Actually, um, I was because I was part of the safety crew effort back years ago. Well, then you deserve those tickets. Then you you worked hard to save the crew. That's awesome. So you'll be there Saturday. I will be there. That'll be fun. I'll be I'll be watching for photos from your your Twitter. Your socials. We want to welcome state Senator Stephanie Kinsey with us this morning a news radio 6 10 W. T. V and we were watching closely Collins law and I do believe I don't want to jinx anything but it looks like congratulations are in order. Stephanie. Yes, thank you. Collins lost in a bill 1 26 passed both the House and the Senate and is on its way to the governor. There's actually going to be a bill signing next week with him and with the families who really were the driving force and the advocates behind this piece of legislation. Stephanie could see is with us state senator and we're going to talk about that. Your run for the 15th District U S congressional district. Just a second. You know, we talked about this before and when the bill was rolling through the house and the Senate Stephanie, I I realized there needs to be some type of layers of provisions in place. Does some of it also come down to dare I say common sense as well with this. I think really, The important part of the bill is to really change the culture on college campuses. It's really to educate the students on the dangers of hazing. And, um you know, we've unfortunately had two tragic deaths here in Ohio Colin Y into the bill is named after at OU and then Just recently is this spring with stone folds at BGs? You and I think, um, you know, one of the nice things about the bill this year around or this time around. That really helped, I think, push it to get past where the over 20,000 students and from bowling Green and 5000 students from the University of Dayton and then students from all over the state who really pushed To say that they wanted stricter penalties. They wanted increased education, and they want to transparency to see if there were violations at their at their school, and what organizations might have might have been condoning hazing state Senator Stephanie Could. She is with us this morning on college law that's about to be signed into law with Governor Mike DeWine. Do we know Stephanie? Do we know is that today tomorrow? Do we know what he's signing this? Um it's going to be next week. It's gonna be next week, okay after the holiday, So if you could dissect this a little bit, Let's say sadly and we hope there isn't by the way, but let's hope there are. Let's say there's an incident where we know there's hazing going on at a campus. What happens what kind of actions will be taken with this law? So with us with this new law, the actions of the university have in place currently, um, won't change, but they will be required to post on a website a place where ID. Any of the incidents that are taking place are available for parents and for students to view for up to five years. One of the things we heard testimony from the families. Was that they wished that they had had an opportunity to find, um, that there have been incidences of hazing on their campus before they had joined the or pledged the fraternity and so having that publicly available is not only good for families and for students who are looking to protect, potentially join, but it's also a deterrent, I think for the organizations Uh, to really crack down on Hasting within their own organizations. If there is anything going on, all right, state Senator Stephanie Coons is with us. Stephanie. If you don't mind switching gears, I want to talk about your run for Congress 15th district. It was left by, of course, Steve Stivers talk about a very competitive district to be running. Then how's it going so far? Well, so far, it's going very well. I'm excited to have the opportunity to to run for the seat. And, you know, I think we live in the greatest country that was ever imagined. And I think with the right leadership our best days, my head How do you cut through Stephanie? The competitiveness of the 15 district. In the amount of people that are running you have. Carrie, of course, has been endorsed by Trump. How do you cut through that? Well, I think you know, I'm grateful for the opportunity to have served the majority of residents of this district currently in my state Senate seat, and I'm hopeful that people will recognize that I've been a voice and a fighter for, um maybe people that are normally not having a seat at the table. I've done a lot of work on human trafficking. I fought for victims of domestic violence, do a lot of work with mortality and for Children at the Statehouse, and I'm hoping that some of those issues and things that I've cared about Over the over my time and service public service. We'll speak to the voters of the 15th congressional district and maybe set me apart as a different kind of voice for for Congress. We haven't had a Republican woman. In the delegation for in our congressional delegation in almost a decade, and I will. I will also back you up with the human trafficking and the domestic violence. I've seen firsthand your work, so I definitely applaud you for that. By the way on a lighter side notes. I saw you. I think it was that the Pickaway County Fair it was the county fair back to normal again. How'd it look that there's the fair is looking great. Pickaway did a wonderful job. And excited to see a few more on my calendar right after the fourth, So looking forward to being back back in fair season. What? What's your What's your go to fair food? You know you're going to laugh. I don't eat a lot of food out of that there. I spent a lot of time. I love talking to the kids in the four age, um, that do all of their projects and then obviously raise their animals. I find them to be so fascinating. Why they pick, you know, doing a raving a sheep or a pig or a goat? We have some friends that are doing all three this year..

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Biden Assails Georgia Voting Law as ‘Jim Crow in 21st Century’

The Dan Bongino Show

01:05 min | 9 months ago

Biden Assails Georgia Voting Law as ‘Jim Crow in 21st Century’

"Folks to these people ever tell you the truth ever. Do you ever ask yourself that. Are you ever embarrassed to be a liberal. I'm serious do you wake up in the morning convinced you're on the right side of history despite a coordinator copious of facts. Kicking you in the kahane's every morning. Nothing you're saying is true voter. id and georgia. That's jim crow. Various happening right now in california virginia and new jersey's jim crow no not that those are democrat governors. Oh it's only jim. Crow happens in a republican leaning state. Does that make any sense. It does if you're a moron. Voters are with me really based on. What the polling. That three quarters of voters with you. That means voters are with you. Twenty five percent of people. Support your position. That means voters are with you in. Joe biden's math world of al gore math. He's probably right however in the same universe with the laws of arithmetic apply. He's absolutely wrong

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Are You Ever Embarrassed To Be a Liberal?

The Dan Bongino Show

00:31 sec | 9 months ago

Are You Ever Embarrassed To Be a Liberal?

"Folks to these people ever tell you the truth ever. Do you ever ask yourself that. Are you ever embarrassed to be a liberal. I'm serious do you wake up in the morning convinced you're on the right side of history despite a coordinator copious of facts. Kicking you in the kahane's every morning. Nothing you're saying is true voter. id and georgia. That's jim crow. Various happening right now in california virginia and new jersey's jim crow no not that those are democrat governors.

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"kahane" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

07:12 min | 10 months ago

"kahane" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"In the morning. It is sustaining Hawaii brought to you by bear connecting with good people and good friends in regard to sustaining Hawaii and online with his continuing our discussion is Alan Gottlieb. And Alan, of course, is the former backup singer with Metallica. You can hear on the song. You were awesome. Awesome. L Thank you. Uh huh. I love it. Hey, Alan. Thank you. We have a couple of minutes remaining. But I wanted to. I wanted to make sure that we covered that with your management of the AG Park. Challenges. We're facing farmers. Uh, For quite some time and then changes were made and over the past year. I'd like you to comment on some of the advances some of the highlights in the past year. Surrounding AG Park, please. Okay. Terrific. Yeah, So when we took over about October and November of, I guess it would have been 2019. Because it's just a little over a year that we're doing this, um, we there would have been a previously Ah, gap in management, the previous manager at left, and then I think I want that one That was there for quite a while was pretty stable. And then they're in. Several other managers that came in came and went, and there was a period There were no managers. So by the time we got there, it was a lot of the Lots have been either abandoned or not farmed well or not. Well utilized, etcetera. First thing we did is is Bonnie and I and some of our people. Met with every single one of the farmers on their families to hear what their challenges have been and what they were able to do, and such and we let him know that you know, everyone would have the opportunity or not everyone that there would be an opportunity for expansion, but we wanted to see some Um, improvement and their utilization of their existing acres. No sense, giving them another five acres. If they only were using two out of there, five or whatever it was, it might be, But we also listen to the problems that they had and that Property. It was pretty challenging is the niece mentioned? Some of it is sloped. Um some of it the when it rains on a day like today, the farmers just can't get in. I mean, that might not want to get in today and be out there in these kind of conditions, but Tomorrow. The day after, you know the roads just wouldn't sustain their their vehicles, even four wheel drive vehicles. Um, water systems. Some farmers in the higher elevations that needed a booster pump. Um, we're only getting water. Um, three days a week or or the other day Really? On. Do you know for some crops? That's all right. But for others, it will just made the land. Not, um Usable, right. So we listen to these problems and, um, you know, we worked with Denise and through the graciousness of bear, and they're you know, they've got a tremendous amount of staff and equipment and such And everyone heard what the problems were. And they went ahead and they started to, you know, improve roads, put down a score so that you could get in and out, you know, whining and clean. Pumps. We were able to make arrangements so that the farmers that we're only getting water every other day. We're getting water every single day. On bond. Just some places where there was inadequate pressure. We again working through there. They were able to, um, you know, provide bypass systems and things like that, And so All those things have been I've been addressed and solved. The farmers who we saw observed. We're doing a better job. Got the opportunity. They expand into new areas where Andre some cases there, Jason. In some cases, they're not. They're a block or two over. But they're they've doubled in size some of gun more than that. So, um, we're really pleased today. Um, where's when we came in? I'd say probably Um 30% of the different does four different act parks within this bigger area of a couple 1000 acres. But you know, when, when we got in, there was probably 30% was vacant or underutilized. And today we have all but 15 acres. Which is which is occupied and being well managed. And you know, by the farmers and, well, your life. I want to thank you very much for taking the time today, and especially for the detailed updates. It helps us understand a little bit more. Challenges surrounding five acre farming but being able to get the support that you're providing the bears providing we thank you so very much. Ellen Gottlieb joining us today, Alan, I wish you all the very best continued success. Thank you. Thank you very much. That is Ellen Gottlieb joining us today and mentioned that Jason is in fact up Farmer at the act, Park and Jason brand. Joins us today. Jason Aloha to you, sir. Hello, Ha! Thank you for having me. It's good to see you. And by the way, is it difficult to Go out in public and enter into buildings with the paparazzi surrounding you after being featured and civil beat recently. You doing okay? You know, I try toe. You know where my hat wear my sunglasses, duct mellow, but at the end of the day, you know, I'm a farmer so easy to hide. There we go. We got it covered. Were alluding to that Jason was featured in an ongoing Syriza's regarding our agriculture and farming and Ah featured story Excellent, by the way, very helpful to learn and understand. Before we jump in. How about a brief introduction? How about yourself, Jason? Tell us about you, sir. Thank you. Came to Hawaii about 13 years ago now by way of Florida in New York, Japan and down to Hawaii. Um and starting 10. Years ago, I decided my my family and I how do we become part of this community and get involved in this community? And we decided we're gonna do it through the aina through the Earth on at that point. Left. Our former career is behind and jumped into Farming We really started to tackle food sustainability issues on eventually looked at AG and different purposes of agg from providing food to providing employment to providing manufacturing capabilities to pharmaceuticals, energy. And all the breath and wide area of discussion now for Hawaii's agricultural sector. Um And we now have been farming for over 10 years on to farms Cooney, a country farms, which is the largest sustainable, leafy green provider for the islands and Kahane Farms. Which is the sister company for Kahane Distillers, and I think we've become the largest grow of sugar cane again in the islands, right? Because CO Hana. If I start, I mean Valentine's Day is coming up. Just like to express my love for Kahane leading up to Valentine's Day on, We'll talk more in detail about that In a moment. What industry profession did you leave for farming? Sure, I was in the finance industry and ran one of the bigger investment banks over in Asia before being fortune.

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"kahane" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"kahane" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"You can always tweet to us as well as well at all of it. W and Y C okay to start us off, then second night, Kahane ca, you know as well as anyone. There's a A whole lot of holiday specials out there about Monica. But there's one that you love from 2015 called the night before. Why is this a perfect tonic? A movie for you? So, Yeah, I should. I should probably mention that I may have been a little over zealous as selling this as iconic a movie. This was a movie I saw when it came out, and I thought it was like very underrated. It didn't really get a lot of write ups. I kind of got lost in the shuffle at the time. And I remember like hysterically laughing at this woman being like, Why isn't this like a holiday classic? And in my memory. There's like a low simmering subplot about Seth Rogan's character in the movie. He's Jewish, but he's married to a Christian woman and he has to go to church. And he's kind of questioning his own Judaism, and he's kind of rebelling like he he wears a star of David sweater, the entire movie, and he had goes to have like Chinese, the Chinese restaurant to eat at one point And he has a freak out in the church. That is very funny, however, the movie itself. It's called the night before, because it's the night before Christmas, So it actually just speaks to the fact that like there's just so few options for Hanukkah movies that in my own mind, I ended up reaching out to a movie. That's kind of more a Christmas movie just to get a little bit of Judaism in there. What's your take on eight crazy nights. I love the crazy nights. Eight Crazy nights, I think is probably the closest thing we have to a classic animated Hanukkah movie. And obviously, this is the Adam Sandler film that was really an extension of his iconic the Hanukkah song. Um, and fun Fact I have from a trusted source. Somebody who grew up without him. Sanders family, uh, that he is a very good Jewish boy. Who came home for Hanukkah and the high holy days. Even at the height of his fame every year in the nineties, and he performed the Hanukkah song at his nephews bar mitzvah, So that's a that's a bench right there. Wow! Well, although I have to say, I think we may play this Monday on the show. A crazy night. I mean, it may get displaced by Hanukkah puppy. I don't know if you heard Monica public yet. I don't know it. But those are two of my biggest interests. Hanukkah puppy and two more words for you, Davy digs. I'll leave. Whoa! Let's go under music and dance in the way of Christmas specials. Lot of music theme productions. Let's talk about Dolly Parton, who has two specials this year, so first up, we have Ah, Holly Jolly Christmas. Of course, it's called that it came out in December 6 on CBS. What was the format of this one? So how we, dolly Christmas? Um, it was a little bit weird. Um Holly. Those Christmas is essentially Dolly Parton singing some of her classic for a classic with some of the classic Christmas songs. And like an intimate candle that setting and in between the songs. She shares, personal Christmas stories and some faith based recollections of the season. On bit's sort of a A really classic. You just want the music and you don't want too many more frills with it. Let's play a clip from her 2020 Christmas album of version, which was featured in the Netflix film Dolly Parton was Christmas on the square where Dolly is An angel, of course..

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Los Angeles Clippers Complete Historic Collapse As Nuggets Take Stunning Game 7

The Hoop Collective

03:21 min | 1 year ago

Los Angeles Clippers Complete Historic Collapse As Nuggets Take Stunning Game 7

"Well. This night is going to be remembered for a long time and there's a whole bunch of different reasons why people are gonNA remember it. The laker fans have their reasons. the clippers fans have their reasons. The nuggets fans have their reasons I think I just clip. Yeah they're there It's it's rough right now. I mean I I I think any team that had duplex have experienced. What just there? That is a devastating blow, but I think I just watched. McMahon I'll see if you agree. was. An Absolute Total grade a choke. Oh, not just. All much in the three one aspect I mean that jokes who actually in the three one aspect especially in the blowing double figure leads in the last three games while choke in that even setting that aside, I'm just talking about the actual performance of night. Oh, what it only took him seven minutes in the fourth quarter to get a bucket. Yeah. Okay. We're of P. turnovers than frequent hold on hold your fire is just for a second dinner decided the backboard hold your fire for a sector. That would i. I think what I saw was that was a historic choke job and combined with a spectacular game seven performance by the nuggets or. Spectacular Three game comeback by the neck and look. Let's give the nuggets credit to straight series down three one comeback when Bo series Yokich. There's no. Yeah. But with Yokich is at minimum a second tier superstar right behind the parental VP candidates well. He was a I hear superstar in this game. For sure. He totally eviscerated Kawai Leonard in this game and really in the back half of the series but in this game. especially. Yeah I mean he he was great in this game I mean. Just. Look at the box score Paul millsap only had six points but. his buckets were huge. He played on the better six point three rebound performances. I've ever seen Jamal Murray. We've gotta get in this guy's on the Kahane's factor starting five this year forty points in a game seven. So yes. Absolutely, give the nuggets credit and we've got time to talk nice about the nuggets. But what we need to do right now is pile on the most arrogant bunch of guys. The most Arab arrogant franchises never sniffed a frigging conference finals and hey, props to the Portland Trailblazers back court for completely unloading their troll game. Warden CJ mccollum absolutely deserved to just fire away because you got Paul George and Patrick Beverley acting like they're on some frigging dynasty. They've never sniffed the conference files. Why are they act like there's some you know I mean come on now. So yes, I. I'll be honest I thoroughly enjoyed the collapse and the troll jobs that came along with it.

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"kahane" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"kahane" Discussed on WTVN

"Know what? These Ah head she's okay. She's German version got vinegar, and it's basically All the stuff over from a pig pig head through a big, beautiful blob and my mother was out shopping. We're out of bread in everything else. I came home. And found these two nuts sitting there drinking peppermint Schnapps and eating self on cinnamon Graham crackers That sounds like a C not elected Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Okay. Ah, alright, Kevin Appreciate that. Let's see Tom and Pam stick right where you are, If you want to grab a line do so at 8 to 1 W TV and 806 10 W T. And talking about freaky food combinations, and we're getting some good ones rolling and traffic and weather together from temp start heating and cooling products. And Johnny I 71 just a little slow coming down out of the fairgrounds and south of Frank rode down to Grove City. We seem to build up for 33 down through Hamilton Road in the last couple of minutes as well. So be prepared if you're headed down to cannot Winchester Couple of accident scene's moved out of the way once will be reported Westerville Road in Cleveland Avenue also Hamilton and more sneer Kahane traffic sponsored by Oak Creek. Dental Care. Don't let anxiety or fear Stop you from going to the dentist. Oh, quick Dental specializes in I V sedation, so you can relax while they're caring staff takes care of you throughout your visit, 61 for 80 to 55 25 c. F I V sedation is right for you. Traffic and weather together, powered by temp star and starters, heating and cooling on Johnny Hill News Radio, 6 10 W T V. N c six First warning weather 88 cloudy human this afternoon We dropped down to 71 tonight. That kind of money, maybe some scattered rain.

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Zero-Zero Landings

Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

08:05 min | 1 year ago

Zero-Zero Landings

"You see this video? So this video of zero zero landing holy Moly so it says a twitter video on twitter out the front window of presumably an airliner or some sort doesn't make three twenty. Thank you because I didn't read it. I just looked at the pretty pictures and I was actually somewhat riveted by these pictures. Because it's like a fifty five second video. The I forty five seconds of which just shows you clouds Alexandra visibility out the front window of the airliner and then like last ten or fifteen seconds. You suddenly see the runway and I mean they're they're basically on basically in the flare when you can. I see the runway out the out the front window and and to their credit they're totally on the centerline. Good job I guess but It's all automation I. It's it's all something because they I'm watching this thing. If I'm I'm the pilot in this airplane and I suppose if I was the pilot airplane I'd have a lot more experience than I do now but if I was in the pilot of the airplane the experience I have now. I'd be staring out the window looking for trees. Holy Crap this going to peer. I don't know what's going on here. runway okay. They really do this. Apparently you guys know. I mean I can't tell from here. What kind of a cert? Yeah that is it. It could well be kept three. I don't know okay. I've heard that term before. I don't exactly know what cat three zero zero cats to is. I think fifty feet hundred feet something like that cat. Three cat three or whatever it's called is zero zero Now is I understand it. all Airbuses at all Boeing's manufactured recently and I'm putting recently and finger quotes have the capability to do that presuming. Everything is is present and working There's I'm sure there's a minimum equipment list for for these operations but you also have to be trained crew has to be trained and has to be current in the operation reform. All this I hope yeah I hope so. There's probably some other restrictions about which I know nothing now I mean. Does this happen very often happens more often than you think. Well okay so let me let me be. I would notice this if I was on one of the airliners. I was traveling on. And as people know I've fair. More than average travel on a lot of airliners and when we're doing our our arrival through the clouds I'm looking out the window looking for the ground. All right I mean. Forget straight ahead. I'm just looking straight down. Which is a different kind of visibility? I admit but I'm looking to when we break out of the clouds and I'm not a real comfortable camper so to speak comfortable airline passenger Until I can see the ground out my out my window and I would it so the point of this story being I would have noticed if we landed on that kind of a circumstance because it would have freaked me out. I I'm trying to think and I am not as many as you jack but I you know I've been on a few airliners in the last couple of years I don't recall are certainly recall. Some some approaches in some classes. But I don't recall anything like this. Yeah that's I mean just to give give listeners. A context here when they can actually see the runway surface. Even even after they've touchdown and you can kind of sense from from the I actually didn't listen to the audio very carefully if there even is audio but you can kinda sense from the motion of the video. When the gear touches down you can kind of say okay touchdown so the rolling out there rolling out and they still can only see like a stripe and a half ahead on the runway and those strikes are standardized distances right. Yeah Okay so you can see a stripe and then half the gap between stripe but even if you can see the neck to head to the extreme. That's four hundred feet visibility. I mean it's like yeah I mean Holy. Moly the other thing too is. You're only looking at the windshield very very narrow view We don't know what they could see by looking out to decide okay true. It's possible down. Not that that matters because in my airplane for example it's one and I have to see something of the runway environment before I could land out of that approach With these kinds of of approaches the three as whatever You don't need to see that you only need The working equipment and the certifications cat cat to is again either fifty or one hundred feet and you still need. I think to see something other runway environment before you can land Yeah David what's your take on this whole thing? Well I been in a jump seat when we did a cat to level landing Years Ago I think it was a hundred feet was what we had. And it's for me. It was a new thing and it made me tense The flight crew and they were everyday business with them You know just another aisle less except they could go down to one hundred feet two hundred feet of which point they head to see the runway environment or go around and I've heard stories of people in Lighting G. A. Aircraft Part. Twenty-three stuff that we fly out on ninety one flight. That is not for hire who have a landed in well whether it was zero. Zero or fifty. Eight of a mile was the subject of very boisterous argument with the people on the ground. But I watched this guy come in when everybody else had gone missed and gone to a different airport i. I'm not sure that I'm not sure that you're GONNA get my Kahane's down that level may maybe with a little more experience with the L. P. V. Approaches because I've noticed in having both an an IRA less active at the same time that the is far more stable and easy to use and the IRS. Which would have a little zig zag and a little up and down depending on the terrain as you're leading into the runway expand that acronym for me l. p. l. what'd you say. L. P. Young. That's sorry trick question. Well lateral lateral precision with vertical guidance and that. Lbj got it okay yeah just OPB. And that's the WAAS. Gps equivalent to an irs and some l. p. v. approaches in fact have the same minimum. I

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"kahane" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"kahane" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"That's the cosmos for you. Yeah. Exactly. So people say, well, I disagree with you say, we'll have the Kahane's the Hispanic version of balls to actually call them to show live at eight four four seven six nine two nine for four. And if you don't Email or call me and say, well, I just wanted to respect you stupid, where just like forget it. I don't mind being a personal. I don't mind being a person persecution, I do care about you up there because they don't care what you think about me. I love you anyway. I care about even if you think I'm a piece of human trash, I'm going to tell you the whole truth here and you better, listen to me or you're gonna suffer. It's damn Democrats get in. And if we don't get Trump wide stopped, and missile defense and deal with these issues and the isn't deal with everything properly is pushing fives, pushing new cycle water is doesn't is playing around, for example, when you talk about the Mexicans, they're just trying, these six thousand troops down there, the need to have US troops. Go to the Mexican Guatemalan border. Lear US troops affect killing drug cartels. We need to clean up. Special activity division to the they're writing the drug cartels. It wasn't for Intel agencies in our government, the these drug companies in the there's narcos states, wouldn't exist in on here, Trump or Fox News, talking about that. Dea. Only here and I'm trying to get my show another network suits on my show is on rich. They talk radio revolution radio to you think I'm going to be on Fox News soon. Are you kidding? It's like having a live explosive on the set. No way they don't want to have eagle on. They're asking questions as I actually questions. Not asking. Acsi..

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"kahane" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"kahane" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Thirteen time convicted felon now before he goes to the hospital. Can you be a little more just from the standpoint of news? Accuracy. When you say pierced his groin, he shot himself in the Kahane's. Okay. Balls carry on. So he tells his girlfriend, hey Honey before we go to the hospital, and I gotta tell everybody I shopped myself in the Honus ball. Can you please? Help me with these drugs. So while the ex-con goes to the hospital, a balloon of marijuana slips out of his booty, while the doctor is operating on the gunshot wound. He forgot did he forget it was there. Did he? So they fix them up, and they take them to jail. And while they're booking them into the jail another baggy of marijuana falls out of the caboose. So many questions how much I don't want to know more. Did again. Are you aware of this, that laundry detergent is kind of a big street currency? This is absolutely true. Name brand laundry detergent has significant barter value on the street. Mostly exchanged for drugs at no therefore people like to steal it. And these two women really wanted.

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"kahane" Discussed on Z104

Z104

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"kahane" Discussed on Z104

"Cent tip. So the drivers friend was in the car with him. And it's not clear if they delivers the team or what? But in order to get even with the woman, the drivers friend decided to dip. His. Oh is is. No, no, his his buries, his friend. He decided to dip his cojones salsa in salsa dipped his nude Kahane's into this woman salsa before dropping off the order. Unfortunately, the women didn't find out 'til later on this Yathrib, sausage, ame- balls or anything. Toppings. We assume she ate the salsa. She did get a refund. The driver recorded a fourteen second video of this guy. The video ended up on Facebook idiots, and then police got involved that guy is now facing up to fifteen years in prison for adulteration of food or liquids, which is a felony. Bad like a health violation to the restaurant. It was called the delta ration- adultery of mean. That's really what should be called when. Yeah. Dip, your you know, cojones someone salsa your adulterating it big time people spitting food like a restaurant or. Yeah. I have a lot of friends. I don't think any of them. I'm close enough to go ahead of film that right? Let me pull over right now. So I can really see if you're going to do it or not, I don't I don't get it. When guys are like, hey, look at this. I don't wanna look at that. And then after you, do it what made you think like posting on Facebook would be a good idea. Well, and if they don't as you said, they work together that you guys I think it's a friend of his state. That's not why I'm not trying to say. About and. A driver or you're not supposed to have a friend in case. Have a friend while you're technically working Uber driver. Let's. Especially when the dips is junk salsa. Debate. And then put his boxers back going gins decline. So I don't know. Swap salsa hot salsa to you got other problems. So yeah. So remember, always tip your driver's generously. Or you might get more than you, expect yourself. From.

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"kahane" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"kahane" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"A little about that. I. Tonight, even fair. Up on this chart and second question. I'm still a bit confused about the calculation. The president is looking at the results does he include the Arab parties contextual sixty one. Yes does. Yes. But this is the second question first. Yes. But you see this is again, it's one of the only instances where the president has some leeway has some discretion. He has to think also about what these coalitions might look like because he's not going to entrust somebody with creating a government when he knows that. That's governments will not be will not be a governing coalition, and therefore some people are actually talking about. You know, the results of April nine will be such that there will be no choice, but to have another election in sixty in six months time. I don't know how they reach. This exactly the conclusion because you have to ascribe to these polls such a degree of confidence to be able to say, oh, we can discern from this. In fact, the outcome will be that they'll there's going to be a draw essentially, and there will be no choice, but to and then on what basis do you expect six months from now the results will be different. What will happen is? If you have more, six months kinds of elections. I tell you what will actually politically happened in Israel. They'll be they'll be a change in the distribution of power in favor of those who've been arguing for years and years and years that you have to change the electoral system that will happen. If you if you know because because why because what you see is that to a large extent, if you see that the results are are so much affected by how political parties says that you know, master a three to four percents can affect the band's then you say that this is the purity proportional system for these people looks ridiculous. So that you'll have. But but but that's as far as it goes. Now, what was your first? Yeah. Look. There are a number of worrisome right-wing parties. But the what is going on? Now is essentially. The. The party. What's happened that that? Made. Does. Intervention here. Luke so unacceptable. This is she's spread radio programming. From Monday is basically he. Created. A situation in which one he got he intervenes. He got involved in making his preference clear that he wanted a party that is comprised of the disciples of rabbi Kahane to actually the end result would be have a representation in the Knesset now again. It's it's not that. I will. I don't believe for a second witness and y'all associates himself with what drives these really really extremists. Okay. But again for him. Why did he get involved here because they are a number of tiny factions each of them was likely to get less than three and a half percent, which means that right wing voters that voted for this little tiny right-wing experienced factions. These votes would have just been wasted. Exactly. As I said in my opening remarks. So what's he tried to do is create a situation in which they will call this and therefore together get past the threshold. So that so that the right wing now as a block all these on the other side will not lose these tens of thousands of dollars, but they will be expressed and so on and so forth. Now, of course. The reaction clear reaction. And that also ties to that actually is also to the issue of the reaction not only within Israel has also hear about what will wait a minute. You know, are there no principles? David. Trump.

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Real Life NCIS and Cold Case Detectives Solve a Florida Murder Mystery

AM Tampa Bay

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Real Life NCIS and Cold Case Detectives Solve a Florida Murder Mystery

"There Seminole county. Detectives join forces with the real NCIS to solve a thirty five year old cold case murder back in August of nineteen Eighty-four, Pamela. Kahane's a twenty five year old navy recruit from Minnesota was found murdered in Sanford north of Orlando arrived here went through basic training. And then two days after graduating from basic training was found a deceased seminal sheriff Dennis Lena says DNA technology improvements help from the military and forensic genealogy led them to Jacksonville, man. Thomas garner. Who's now fifty nine years old? He served in the navy at the same time is key Hanis. He's now jailed without

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Israeli PM Netanyahu Strikes Election Deal With Far-Right Parties

Radio Night Live with Kevin McCullough

00:57 sec | 3 years ago

Israeli PM Netanyahu Strikes Election Deal With Far-Right Parties

"Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has a preliminary election deal to empower USA's. Chris Barnes has more prime minister Netanyahu striking the preliminary deal with too. Fringe religious nationalist parties in his bid unify his hard line block ahead of Israel's April elections. His Likud party announcing it would reserve the twentieth. Spot on its parliamentary list for the Jewish home party. And with granted to cabinet ministries in a future government, if it agrees to merge with the Jewish power party Jewish power comprised of hard line religious nationalists who have cast themselves as successors to the bad Kahane's movement, which advocated forced removal of Palestinians from Israel. Recent polls project Likud winning about thirty of parliament's one hundred twenty seats while Jewish Holland Jewish power probably wouldn't have enough support to enter parliament other own.

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"kahane" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"kahane" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"But I just don't know. I wanna I wanna hear who is gonna call me on this show today and tell me that the president did not came. I'm not saying that I have all the answers here because I don't I know that I walk the wall. I want President Trump to get his funding I'm opposed to government shutdown then just silly. It's just ridiculous. And especially when the president is putting his Kahane's on the line and Nancy Pelosi has just stopped all over them. Like, she's I love Lucy is stop it on grapes and one of those old episodes. All right. Eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine is the nationwide number. Let me play let me play just a little bit of the audio here of the president coming out into the rose garden, by the way. They were supposed to be out at one thirty. The announcement was and by the way hat tip to Matt drudge clearly somebody in the White House or Mitch McConnell's office somebody tipped off Matt drudge and the drudge earlier than anybody said, hey announcement coming shortly even said announcement coming after one o'clock or at one o'clock or so that there's a deal reached and the the government's going to be open backups. A somebody clearly tipped off Matt drudge over at the drudge report so hat tip to drudge forgetting that. But again, what's what's the deal? The deal is is that Nancy Pelosi got what she wanted Schumer, the Democrats. They wanted the government's back open for three weeks. We'll get into all that. And President Trump got nothing. No rated down payment. Nothing zero. Nada, zilch. I mean to put this in prices, right? Sound effects context?.

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"kahane" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

08:23 min | 3 years ago

"kahane" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Gotta tell you. I I feel like Nancy got us by the goonies right now. I. I don't know what Donald J Trump is doing right now. I don't know what a strategy is. I don't know what his plan is. I don't know how he's going to pull a rabbit out of the hat on this. But I don't see anything. That is boating wealth for us in the negotiations right now at all. And this is the George H W Bush read my lips moment for Donald J Trump at sound a moment. It's a timeframe. And he's got some decisions to make. And it seems to me like he continues to give concessions and say things and do things that show that he's on a downward spiral of giving and giving him giving it hoping to win at some point. At some point. I don't know. What's he doing right now with saying he wants to large down payment on the border wall? What is that? Let me share with you a the way they say the Nancy Pelosi member her daughter said. She can cut your head off. And you won't even know it. I don't know guys haven't we been seeing Nancy stumble and stammer and forget what she's sandlot for a long time. Now, how is she kicking Donald Trump's? But right now. That's how I feel. That's how I feel. Well, we'll take a down payment. What? He's losing me. So what do we do? Do. We do we keep coming up with Trump come up with more ideas. Well, we'll take you know, what we'll take that one point six billion that you offered us a month ago. No, not going to get that. Now. I don't feel like we're winning this at all. I don't see how we're gonna win this. If we keep going the way we're going right now. Now, again, maybe you see something I don't by all means eight hundred two eight eight WBZ is our number eight hundred to eight eight nine two seven. And you know, usually, we'll say stuff like, you know, the media's one of our biggest enemies and the media. I don't even think we the media needs our help. I don't I don't think the media. The media can take a vacation right now. We're running ourselves. What needs to happen? Is real pain, which is beginning to happen. Real pain, and real pain sucks. But through real pain comes growth, real pain. I unless I'm missing something today. Nancy Pelosi is having a cakewalk. In. We're getting our butts handed it to us. I want to read you something from the art of the deal. By the way. When Trump came out with a second offer. How many offer has offered his Pelosi done? None. Well, actually, we do have a new count. This is a brand new count of the the negotiations. Nancy is offered opera counteroffers zero point zero. And what are we doing one negotiation last Saturday, which I was okay with and now another one today. Wow. What is going on? Now. Wait, eat some hacked down here. What's going on? Is Trump trying to become moderate nobody thought in the days of and days after George H W Bush said read my lips no new taxes that was going to cost the election. But it did. Could this cost Donald J Trump twenty twenty? The dude the focus of his campaign. Half the time exclusively was the wall, and I support it. But here we are giving away morsel after morsel after morsel after morsel. And what are we going to get return? Donald J Trump is violating his own rules that he wrote out an art of the deal. Let's let Donald Trump's own words speak for himself and see if this jives with how he's rolling right now. He warned against making the first move into negotiation. The worst thing you can possibly do in the deal is seem desperate to make it. So don't be the first one to make a move. He is he's the first one he made a move on Saturday. Any show of needing the deal more than one's opponents necessarily surrenders leverage. She said dude who looks like they're needing the deal. More Trump or Pelosi talk to me right now. Eight hundred two eight eight WBZ eight hundred to eight eight nine two two seven guys. I think you're going to lie to me. If you call in and tell me that that Pelosi is looking to want to need more than Trump because right now, he is screaming I need a deal in his actions. Oh my gosh. Would you please? Tell me last night. At eleven PM when the news broke, and we found out. That Trump was going to surrender the state of the union. Would you please tell can you polish that turn for me? Can you polish? The terror of telling me that I was supposed to be okay within cancelling the state of the union address. Because that was not. I was like what the heck is this? I was I was like what the hell. Are you thinking? I didn't see anything. Good about it. Wow. Okay. So we're supposed to kind of let that go. And go out, you know, it's it's it's not very good. But maybe we'll get some out of the wall. And then today, it's, hey in addition to me, not having a problem with cancer cancer in the state of the union. I'm gonna offer another hot we give it down payments. Can you give a little nibble down payment on the wall? And then we'll reopen it what is going on. We are we France. We surrendering our we bunch of surrender monkeys. We couldn't win this. But real pain has to happen. Maybe maybe he knows something. I don't know. Maybe, you know, something I don't know. But this is just this is horrible. He will lose if. If he doesn't get what he has demanded if he loses in the shutdown battle, he will lose his election in two thousand twenty if he. Gibson and such like that. I mean, this is his this is it this is his chance to win reelection or not. Eight hundred to eight eight nine two two seven that's eight hundred to eight eight nine two two seven. So the question is does distrup- wanna feel real pain? Is you are we feeling real pain or not a we willing to have real pain or not if we're not willing to have real pain? Then we lose never should have done. This. I just can't believe that Trump is is throwing out so much talking so much and surrender so much. I don't get it. I don't get it. I mean, my gosh, we're look we're maybe we're being made to look out for being made to look to be a bunch of pansies. The we have I total up the numbers the first. Migrant caravan and the one the border and the one that's coming up and the other one ten thousand one hundred so they are infesting invading us. In our response is to given everything we have such a back bone simple. No lose situation about a wall and about illegals invading us. And yet somehow Nancy looks like she's taking the high road and winning. And it's tough and has a pair Kahane's and Trump doesn't what is going on. What is going on? This is this is bad. How how are we when we coming up next? I'm going to tell you an example of what I'm talking about. It's not just me. I was at the workup facility today, and I.

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"kahane" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

08:19 min | 3 years ago

"kahane" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"It? I gotta tell you. I I feel like Nancy's got us by the Ghani's right now. I. I don't know what Donald J Trump is doing right now. I don't know what a strategy is. I don't know what his plan is. I don't know how he's going to pull a rabbit out of the hat on this. But I don't see anything. That is boating wealth for us in the negotiations right now at all. And this is the George H W Bush read my lips moment for Donald J Trump at sound a moment. It's a timeframe. And he's got some decisions to make. And it seems to me like he continues to give concessions and say things and do things that show that he's on a downward spiral of giving and giving him giving it hoping to win at some point. At some point. I don't know. What's he doing right now with saying he wants to a large down payment on the border wall? What is that? Let me share with you about the way they said Nancy Pelosi. Remember her daughter said. She can cut your head off. You won't even know it. I don't know guys haven't we been seen? Nancy stumble and stammer and forget what she's saying a lot for a long time. Now how she kicking down Trump's. But right now. That's how I feel. That's how I feel. Well, we'll take a down payment. What? He's losing me. So what do we do? Do. We do we keep coming up with Trump comes with more ideas. We'll take you know, what we'll take that one point six billion that you offered us a month ago. Whatever I no not going to get that. Now. I don't feel like we're winning this at all. I don't see how we're going to win this. If we keep going the way we're going right now. Now, again, maybe you see something I don't by all means eight hundred two eight eight WBZ is our number eight hundred to eight eight nine two two seven, and you know, usually will say stuff like, you know, the media's one of our biggest enemies and the media. I don't even think we the media needs our help. I don't I don't think the media can take vacation right now. We're running ourselves. What needs to happen? Is real pain, which is beginning to happen. Real pain, and real pain sucks. But through real pain comes growth, real pain. I unless I'm missing something today. Nancy Pelosi is having a cakewalk. In. We're getting our butts handed it to us. I want to read you something from the art of the deal. Oh, by the way. When Trump came out with a second offer. How many offer has offices Pelosi done? None. Well, actually, no. We do have a new count. This is a brand new count of the the negotiations. Nancy is offered opera counteroffers zero point zero. And what are we doing one negotiation last Saturday, which I was okay with and now another one today. Well, what the heck is going on? Now, we need some down. Yeah. What's going on? Is Trump trying to become moderate? Nobody thought in the days of days after George H W Bush said read my lips no new taxes that we're going to cost the election. But it did. Could this cost Donald J Trump twenty twenty? The focus of his campaign. Half the time exclusively was the wall, and I support it. But here we are giving away morsel after morsel after morsel after morsel. And what are we going to get return? Donald J Trump is violating his own rules that he wrote out in art of the deal. Let's let Donald Trump's own words speak for himself and see if this jives with how he's rolling right now. He warned against making the first move in negotiation. The worst thing you can possibly do in a deal is seem desperate to make it. So don't be the first one to make a move. He is he's the first one he made a move on Saturday. Any show of needing the deal more than one's opponents necessarily surrenders leverage. He said dude who looks like they're needing the deal. More Trump or Pelosi talk to me right now. Eight hundred two eight eight WBZ eight hundred to eight eight nine two two seven guys. I think you're going to lie to me. If you call in and tell me that that. Pelosi is looking to want to need to deal more than Trump because right now, he is screaming I need a deal in his actions. Oh my gosh. Would you please? Tell me last night. At eleven PM when the news broke, and we found out. That Trump was going to surrender the state of the union. Would you please tell can you polish that turn for me? Can you polish? The word of telling me that I was supposed to be okay. Within cancelling the state of the union address. Because I was like what the heck is this? I was I was like what the hell. Are you thinking? I didn't see anything. Good about it. Wow. Okay. So I'm supposed to kind of let that go. And go out, you know, it's it's it's not very good. But maybe we'll get some out of the wall. And then today, it's, hey in addition to me, not having a problem with cancer cancel in the state of the union. I'm gonna offer another hop out. We give it down payments. Can you give a little nibble down payment on the wall? And then we'll reopen. It what is going on. We are we France. We surrendering. Are we bunch of surrender monkeys? We can win this. But real pain has to happen. Maybe maybe he knows something. I don't know. Maybe, you know, something I don't know. But this is just this is horrible. I he will lose if. If he doesn't get what he has demanded if he loses in the shutdown battle, he will lose his election in two thousand twenty if he. Gives in and such like that. I mean, this is his this is it this is his chance to win reelection or not eight hundred two eight nine two two seven that's eight hundred to eight eight nine two two seven. So the question is does this Trump wanna feel real pain? Is you are we feeling real pain or not are we willing to have real pain or not if we're not willing to have real pain them? We lose never should have done. This. I just can't believe that Trump is is throwing out so much talking so much and surrender so much. I don't get it. I don't get it. I mean, my gosh, we're we're maybe we're being made to look for being made to look to be a bunch of pansies. The we have I total up the numbers the first. Migrant caravan and the one at the border and the one that's coming up and the other one ten thousand one hundred so they are investing invading us. In our response is given everything we have such a backbone simple. No lose situation about a wall and about illegals invading us. And yet somehow Nancy looks like she's taking the high road and winning. And it's tough and has a pair Kahane's and Trump doesn't what is going on. What is going on? This is this is bad. How how are we only got coming.

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"kahane" Discussed on LadyGang

LadyGang

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"kahane" Discussed on LadyGang

"But no, they're just dumber with their money. You I was gonna say. Yeah. All right. So you're saving ours. Yeah. Anyway, but it's feels weird to be like so like, I'm not so thirty-seven. So so close to forty, but aren't you still way younger than those people? I am. Yeah. Yeah. Are they in their forties? Yeah. I'm young. Yeah. You know? I know I'm just saying it's our birthday episode. I thought I talked about birthdays, compare yourself to know other people. Yeah. Also, you don't know what the hell's going on in their heads. You know that? No, I know is falling apart as well. No. I'm not. Okay. I'm not everybody put words. The best. Rest I've ever been in mass Kelty, I know accept me. No. But anyway, okay. So I wanted to talk about birthday parties as a child, so do you remember your first birthday party? Or what's your first birthday party memory? I honestly don't know if I've ever had like an actual birthday party. There's no way only file I made all your birthday party. You're if you're going to need call may right now caller right now and be like did I have birthday parties? And she's going to be like, do you have a butthole? Also, I don't remember a lot of my childhood for some reason. Yeah. But like as once I like, maybe I had them when I was like a kid kid. But once I could start deciding if I wanted to have them, you didn't older could no I've never liked birthday parties that happen. Probably when I was like eleven league, maybe like fifth grade. Yeah, I've just I've never liked the attention of it. Like, it's always volt bullshitting weird. If you like it when you're at work, and they're like, oh, it's Jack's birthday. And they bring out a cake and everyone at work. I don't allow them to do that here at AT. I the last three years, I'm like do not do that cake where we all stand on stage and using happy with me, and I do a speech about how much I love you. I'm like each every time people are like the first year. They did it for me. Me. I was on the insider, and it was my first award season. And I was like on the verge. You guys know like when I get on that mental breakdown and cry all the time, and they were like happy birthday. And they brought me the cake. And then they all looked at me like say something, and I I su-. And I just crying my God. That is literally out of a movie all I could muster. Twenty of Jesse from Saint show scary. I'm so scared. You're very Jesse span. Aren't you really are God? Anyway, do you. Remember your first birthday party Queen Becca Princess Beckham the south beca? I think that I had like maybe like Ariel come home or something. I really hard. You're so young you could have like a costume character. That was like before my time. Yeah. I had that. Maybe I don't remember. Or I dressed up as PO Kahane's one year, not politically correct anymore. On say loved Peter Pan. Your Pocahontas Britney party is over. Those pictures resurfaced. I'd be outing IB out of Hollywood. Yeah. I don't really remember anything like bullying birthday. Oh, hell I could do a bowling birthday. Yeah. I like titties because it would take away the attention from yourself. Yeah. It's my I remember my first birthday party. Because it's when I fell in love with my best friend, Katie everyone was in my basement, and we had balloons, no helium, and we're playing balloon, volleyball, boys and girls first grade birthday party. And then we went into the laundry room with the line..

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"kahane" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"kahane" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Heart radio Akina problem, but I refuse to kiss the chef. Chill. You are listening to the conservative circus ringmaster, James t Harris. I I think when we see Democrats who are suffering from Trump derangement syndrome is sort of like there's still in denial. They cannot accept that they lost. They cannot accept that their party lost to the Republicans and to Donald Trump. So they think that they can they can run they can win. They could run they could beat this, man. Elizabeth Warren who just recently humiliated herself by getting a DNA tests to prove that she was native American full Kahane's sitting bull. Well, he came back with she's she's that native American that would be enough to humiliate most out of even think about running for national office. Not Elizabeth Warren. No. Over the New Year's she put out a Jess humiliating a video. I think humiliating was. She was basically announcing that she was going to run for for office. But in doing so she did it set up a camera in her house, and she was in her kitchen as she was talking to the talking to the I don't know was periscope or Facebook, live or whatever. And then she said this hold on a second. I'm gonna get me. She's not a camera. She's Huber here. The beer clinking round. Hold on a sec. I'm gonna get me a beer who talks like that. Who talks like that? People from Harvard. Remember, John Kerry, John Kerry during his election was the two thousand or two thousand four what was that John Kerry he was out in Ohio? Walked in with his entourage. Where can I get me a hunting license where can I get me a hunting license? This is the man of speaks French who who's your Vasu? Work. I'll give me a hunting license. What does it what lefties will liberals, especially oh, why liberals who try to just talk down to people? I don't understand. It's like remember Hillary Clinton. Remember hillary?.

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John Cena opens up about Nikki Bella breakup on Today Show

The Jim Ross Report

01:54 min | 3 years ago

John Cena opens up about Nikki Bella breakup on Today Show

"You know it's amazing when you known the kid since he was in diapers the product in my loans if you will we know that boy is not a erin boa he's undoubtedly ladies and gentlemen and they killed the buffs up socially graduation kody thanks come on the show and folks have been very easy for me to name cody and his team young bucks and all the other great folks that are on their backing them up who had their back and what i thought no it's too obvious i could have easily then conrad thompson the slobber knocker the way connie my god your cheeks funeral and so full but that's too easy vic stars this week i'm going to give the darker the week or two maybe the bravest son of a gun that we've ever signed because there's no way in hell i know anybody that we've brought into ww with art our talent relations team the has more kahane's than john cena today show for he gave brutally honest takes on his relationship with nikki bella and man oh john was a lot more open than i whatever have the courage to be i'm just telling you and then she comes on and it's like because her side of the story for the cause are involved in the up fronts and all those things bella twins very marketable their stars but for john cena to have five minutes with the kathy lee and and hoda.

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Senate panel approves Pompeo for secretary of state after Rand Paul changes his mind

Jay Talking

01:18 min | 3 years ago

Senate panel approves Pompeo for secretary of state after Rand Paul changes his mind

"Prism toronto is currently hosts city for g seven gathering twenty nine year old travis ryan king has been formally charged tonight in connection with the shooting at a waffle house restaurant in nashville that left four people dead he was captured monday after a massive manhunt correspondent mark strassmann he was asked some questions refused to answer demanded to have a lawyer right away what made him target this waffle house is is of course what the families would like to know as much as anyone but again if you're dealing with somebody who has mental health issues that may never be a rational answer to irrational behavior sheriff's deputies had confiscated ryan kings guns because of his behavior but return them to his father on a promise that he would keep the guns locked up the father could face charges now forgiving the guns back to his son former president george hw bush hospitalized in houston elaine kahane reports a spokesman for mr bush says he was admitted to houston methodist hospital on sunday after contracting an infection that's fred too his blood doctors said bush was responding to treatment and appear to be recovering pushes late wife former first lady barbara bush was laid to rest on saturday ninety three year old former president is listed in critical condition the senate foreign relations committee has approved the nomination of cia director mike pompeo to be the nation's next secretary of state and confirmation by the full senate is expected later this week cbs's nancy cortez paul and jeff flake have announced that they are actually supporting pompeo and you've got at least three democrats who are going to back him as well it looks like it should be a pretty comfortable confirmation vote for him not the ringing endorsement that we've seen in years past for other secretary of state nominees but the political landscape has changed pretty significantly a scottish man who taught his girlfriend's dog to give nazi salutes when he used phrases such as sieg heil hosting video of it on youtube has now been fine twelve hundred dollars but will not see any jail time on wall wall street the dow dropping fourteen points this is cbs news you have enough things to worry about every day insurance shouldn't be one of them you can leave worry behind when liberty stands with you liberty mutual insurance wbz news time twelve oh.

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