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"kalama" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

06:07 min | Last month

"kalama" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"This guy. Just oh contact. Well let's please not have george bush explanation of when the guy through the serve their country. Yes yes understood if universal shoot somebody. Somebody is not a fan a happy camper. Well it's official. We've talked about it and we knew it was coming but chris. Harrison's time host. The bachelor franchise is over for good nineteen years with reality show. Harrison has reportedly reached a settlement with abc to walk away. Now let's talk with the settlement. According to tmz he'll receive a massive payout. It's rumored that he received an eight figure settlement in exchange for keeping his mouth. Shut about why. He's gone now his departure. It's the rumor. His departure comes a few months after he received backlash for defending contestant. Rachel connel's attendance at Southern antebellum party in two thousand eighteen older learners lesson. Yeah he ultimately apologized but still has stepped away. Ask you so. Here's here's what apologizing works for apologizing works when you actually did something an admission of guilt. But if you didn't do anything like he didn't do anything then they go apology not accepted. Or we're gonna fire anyway. Because why would you want an apology. If someone didn't do anything obviously you have different motives. You wanna shut him down control or firearm. Exact control over. I'm like if you really do think about it apologizing to people you actually did something to has much higher batting average in terms of being effective and someone who generally insult right. you know. you can't apologize and these assholes it. just walk around insulted. I think it was rachel lindsay. Or lindsey was. Yeah and she made a fucking stink about and got him busted. She could've showed him a little order and one commodity system. Maybe an off day or something like that so she fucking got this guy fired. So she's a fucking bitch and coups a less controversial human being personality than chris harrison. It's not like we've been waiting in the wings to you. Know what did we know about him. Nothing point i didn't have the lineup. I don't know who he is. And i think about them. And then also we're getting into this day. Where the person that jason to the person well first off. The first person didn't do anything. She went to a party in one thousand nine hundred and took a picture. And that's the first thing. Then she's goes on the bachelor so she can be with a black man and now she's with the black and so i would just crosser off the potential racist list. But then she did next to nothing. Then chris harrison. Who did nothing simply says a shower shower shower a little grace. And then he gets converted. That's that's scary. Because he didn't say show a little grace to the clansman he said show little grace to the nineteen year old. The antebellum party. Who's now living with the black dude that she met on the batch of we're fucking gone insane and i was thinking about hell. He'll be fine. He'll fine on his feet by. He's always going to have this stink. Because here's how we don't have enough time for nuance. There's gotta go. What happened to that guy. You go down five years when he got some sorta racial dust up or something. Some racial these guys. Well he did something. Yeah racial and by way the way our business works if people go down. I don't wanna get. Why don't we have chris harrison. Be the new spokesman for vitamin water. Racist thing or the focus group in the number one the chris harrison radius something. Don't right yeah. well that's it now. Were there but because of the role she plays and how what we know about our is so sweet between the office and kimmy schmidt Ellie kemper might be the only one to be the broken clock. That's right twice a day in the apology department. Because did she lay that apology on thick. It was like four pages of how she should have known better than being in a debutante ball. And how she. It's no excuse that she was nineteen and blah blah blah blah blah. A wonder Maybe work here about the stories about that. crackerjack student who made their money in college by writing term papers share for other students. That business is dried up because get shit up and get everything off the internet. Now now we can have that same crackerjack student just riding long winded apologies well rafted. What's the situation the rain a me to who defend. What group did you fan of black asian hispanic for that. He pulled file. Yeah that's good right. Makes a few quotes from a few legends in that community as puts it together. Nicely kind of your would be ham. Handed and clumsy norwood. That's a new gig for that guy. Art so he turns into a publicist then Okay the justice department has announced that investigators have recovered most of the ransom paid to the hackers who hijacked the colonial pipeline. And may re lee be warned all you hackers. The fbi and the colonial pipeline worked with doj on the recovery effort that began after the hacking group. Dark side likely ties in russia collected. The ransom is about. I think it was four point. Four million dollars. The recovery effort was spearheaded by the newly formed ransomware and digital extortion task force which had the ability to trace the bitcoin transactions. It was four point. Four million in crypto by the way but that task force doesn't look as good in their uniform to seal team six. I'd.

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2021 NFL Draft: Biggest Surprises of Day 2

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

01:25 min | 3 months ago

2021 NFL Draft: Biggest Surprises of Day 2

"I can tell you here in houston. People think not always. Does sean decided he's play his last game for the texans. Maybe the texans have had a change of heart because the whole face the franchise thing. Let's talk about that for one. Second how do you go from. He was the clear cut. Face the franchise. I mean on all the commercials here. They're all gone. How do you come back from that. When it's your face the franchise guy. Can't he come back into the fold and would he be comfortable coming back into the fold. Yeah i don't know. I mean i think that's a longer more drawn out conversation. Maybe another time. But i'll say this. We saw ben rothlisberger comeback and re reemerges the face of franchise in pittsburgh thank anti. Most things can of be worked through. It'd be interesting. But i will say this if you take davis meals in the third round and you do jettison deshaun watson this offseason you go right back to the pond and fish again for another quarterback so what is really the point when you have tyrod taylor there. I think that to me was the thing you know. You're going to go back and have fish in those waters. I don't know. I think you might have wasted a third round pick but you brought up something it it it really makes me think about. Why did the knee jerk reaction to other quarterbacks going. We saw a quarterback ago in the first three rows. that's the most ever but couch. S went to the buccaneers at the bottom of the second round in kalama going to the vikings in the third

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Turkey trial of Saudi suspects in Jamal Khashoggi murder begin

Hugh Hewitt

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Turkey trial of Saudi suspects in Jamal Khashoggi murder begin

"In absentia to former aides of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed, Bill Sutton, Salman and 18 other Saudi nationals over the 2018 killing of Washington Post columnist Jamal has shown taking the witness stand at the beginning of the trial in Istanbul when Mr Hachioji was murdered inside the Saudi consulate almost two years ago. Has bean his fields, say Teacher Vegas. She is hoping that the trial would reveal significant new evidence on DH finally reveal what happened to Mr Haji's mutilated remains. Also in court is for U. N. Special reporter Agnes Kalama, who has denounced on earlier Saudi trial behind closed doors of those accused off killing as a mockery. That trial absolved

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"kalama" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"kalama" Discussed on Get Up!

"Prediction and understandably hot taking kind of prediction. That you kind of believe but you're not going to be held to down the road. I started it and with my plausible deniability. Today I make the following prediction. I think Tom Brady is going to get back to the Super Bowl. And I don't think Bill Belichick is now I grant that is bordering on a preposterous opinion to have considering. Tom Brady probably has a max two or three more years to play and bill. Belichick has a practically unlimited time left to coach but I kind of believe it and so with plausible deniability. I stated here today. I refuse to be held to it with that thought in mind. Here is the one the only Stephen a Smith is. We're just minutes away from I go ahead. I don't like that Greenie. May I take a shot at modified the segment just a little bit ladies? Do you should not be able to couch it by saying I can lean or plausible deniability. Later what you WANNA do is come out to be bold and then when you're all just like this would you say that what you do match doesn't all the time next. Kalama needs to host that segment. Does it all the time Greenie okay? It's an excellent point. Well taken and I will take it under advisement with staff now having said that. What do you think of the prediction? You know what? I don't think it's that boat. I mean when you consider the offense. The Tampa Bay has available to it. Mike Evans OJ. How with Break Godwin? When you've got the kind of weapons that they have and you're eliminating thirty turnovers via quarterback thirty.

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"kalama" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"kalama" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Yeah Kalama that sucks maybe I'm trusting this gauge to monitor may be reliant on technology and thank you for all you want is I'm crazy with her I've I've cut it closer than three miles couldn't get much closer than that I know but I did just once it was my it was my old explorer and that time all and I was sweat and it man I can't remember how it happened but I I I I was not a control that morning I was getting my daughter to preschool so years ago and was the only gas station around us like please god be open I'm screwed a fellow I let that get it was I think it was like a I think it was like a decimal readout I think it was like one point eight miles left in the tank that's all I have you can even pull the next pump all circuits like visa go around the building are you retired are running out of gas one eight hundred two eight three one one point five it's three thirty time for the news now the latest New Jersey news from NJ one one five dot com the corona virus has spread deep into Iran's government and some countries are including parts of Europe and travel warnings as the epidemic firms its whole world wide seven major economies pledged to use all appropriate tools to deal with the spreading corona virus but announced no immediate actions the mushrooming outbreaks in the Middle East Europe and South Korea contrast it with optimism in China where thousands of recovered patients are going home a sixteen year old boys been charged with calling in six bogus bomb threats at schools in Hackensack and Paramus investigators tell NJ dot com thirteen blocked his clover ID and phoned in the phony threats to several police departments last week police were able to track his cell phone number and arrested him on Friday the New Jersey lottery and the council on compulsive gambling are trying to raise awareness about problem gambling with awareness plus action a.

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"kalama" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"kalama" Discussed on KTRH

"Meeting last week us because we have a of some young new kids in working for our sales department and they need to give these guys a kind of overview of what rainy lemons all about what garden lines all about me ask the question like in in you this is a appreciate this Kalama we're actually talking about this off the air that companies like specially service companies come and go windows siding now every roofing if you're here about a company that's been around in Houston for forty plus years wow yeah I know what they're doing yeah they're good at what they do exactly right and they're trustworthy not just by the homeowners but by the insurance companies out there well they got a good word of mouth yeah and I am I was happy the question was at the salesman who is your longest running endorsement I said Brinkman quality roofing really very first people I met when I set foot here to do garden line took the place of bills act they had already been being endorsed by bills act and so they want to see if this young punk Randy you know take the the baton and run with it and so the very first company I ever got to interview with to see if they wanted to use me as an endorsement Brinkman quality roofing services well out and that was a fun story kind of made it warm the cockles of my heart as I you know I like to bring his family a lot got to meet Mike the man who started it and he finally the you know really and what's the word he basically handed over the duties to his son once he got out of college and so adjacent been run it for a long time and then doing the.

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"kalama" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"kalama" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"We heard from giants GM Dave Kalama was training camp but after a four twelve year leading to the firing a Pat Shurmur Gelman took the stage among the myriad of topics the reason he's been silent all year you know I was feeling guilty about you know I felt guilty that Pat was up there taken the bolts so I turn around had bad Hanlan you know go around the league and see what people are doing and most GM's the what if the if the GM talked in season this year it was because of a big deal I was at Gelman wanna talk about some of the changes they made to the structure their franchise but one of the movies made that's really got a lot of scrutiny as the trade in season for Leonard Williams would get only continues to believe in that deal we felt good about it and and we feel and he proven he's he's disruptive in their improved our pass rushing defense with him in there and he was he buzzes around the quarterback we just get it again finish now but bottom line is we we felt it was worth the deal the juice was worth to squeeze the jets GM Joe Douglas goes into his first offseason in charge and while the minute he listened if someone calls for trade for living on bell nothing but praise for the running back my personal experience level it's been so very positive he's done everything we've asked him to do as a as a person as a teammate I touch on the last time I talked to you guys he's one of our best workers he's a he's one of our best teammates easy connection gauges with everybody so I can't say enough positive things about living off gangrene also made a move they signed former cowboys kicker Brett Maher to a futures deal house for John Dorsey down as GM in Cleveland a clean house a very disappointing six in ten year jaguar shown patience they brought back double road for twenty twenty red kids move quickly were poorly how Ron Rivera five year deal in the Texans getting a big piece back for the playoff game with bills the activity JJ watt after he's missed the last two months with a torn pack college football Texas roughed up you turn the Alamo bowl thirty eight ten Wyoming little Georgia state thirty eight seventeen that's the Arizona bald Kentucky took out of Virginia Tech in the Belk bowl thirty seven thirty Arizona state in a Florida state twenty to forty in the Sun Bowl in maybe bounce Kansas state the liberty bowl toward a seventeen what sake take a look at that next a BFA in twenty twenty sports time Israel to the following is a message from the law offices of Frank and Verity do you have a service animal like an emotional support pig if so aw also you might be able to use tax act deducted expenses and they know what they're doing they're just helping you to find every tax advantage you deserve so stop calling to ask if it's legal where not emotional support lawyers one three your tax situation may be different tax act is not a substitute for legal or tax advice in these are actors not real attorneys fan twenty twenty four seven zero three Alexander gear give polled after give up six goals in less than two periods admitted buildup six nothing lead but it will hold off the ranger seven five Ryan Strom a pair are temporary because a bandage at Chris Kreider with the other goals Blueshirts actually got to six five minute antimatter put away islanders they could all the to nothing lead but able to battle back far cell to the front cool is to is leading after as for the second straight game turned out to be the game winner.

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"kalama" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"kalama" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

"Moment he's out of surgery so the way that the agents is detail page station is also you see in that short service center is so right what song what don't be a joke because it'll be a temple shelter so that still to join the cell is in jail cell Kalama the does it yeah Jim attention no need to be set the house or do a job now he's out with his ex was sent into Iraq and then quickly engine their way is not as a member to a team for China sends out the front until ideas hello to you who took down to auto type in your town and told you'll handle because it will be dealt who to just a because he a because she also uses the surgeon because what they I know what it used to in which you will find answers the pistol no Sir Linda so I feel is the LG old male follow up with the law click even chi maker as she into so let me up on up my son hole with a lot the scene cuts playboy yeah hunt cool since I Yeltsin please stop Joe my son called gave me the syntax the doors the way what is was sent a million yeah the book until Kali quite be sucking on the new Willis in the mail in here she also the law he does so I doubt it would sell does it could take a season tied it is always in that does open and Johnny to to decide hearing you said just so fun was that you that did any copies such as you use it yeah put a new assist her heart they'll dump if the input it's call it's a call it.

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"kalama" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast

Data Engineering Podcast

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"kalama" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast

"This allows flexible modeling because you always know hey if I'm trying to build a data warehouse based off the data that we've modeled in the graph. You're always going to do extra processes after it tomato it into the <unk> relation stole for data warehouse or Kalama. You're going to model it purpose fit to solve that problem however if what you're trying to achieve with your data is flexible access to data to be out to feed off to other systems you want the highest fidelity and you want the highest flexibility in modeling but the key is that if you to drive your data warehouse directly off this cross it would do you a terrible job. That's not what the graph was. Purpose built for the graph was always good at flexible data modeling. It's always good at being able to join records very fast and I mean justice foster doing an index look up. That's how these native graph stores at Bain designed and so it's important to highlight that the up-front modeling really it's not a lot of upfront modeling of course we shouldn't do silly silly things but I'll give you an example. If I was modeling a skill a person and the company it's completely fine to have a graph where the skill points to the person and the person points thanks to the organization and it's also K. to have the person points to the skill and the skill points to the organization. That's not as important what's important at this stage is his that the eventual activity patent allows us to integrate data more easily now when I get to the point where I want to do something with that data I might find that yes I actually do need an organization title which has a a foreign key to person and person has a foreign key to skill and that's because that's typically what Edyta warehouses built to do. It's to model the data perfectly so if I have a billion rows of data this report still runs fast but we lose that out of that flexibility in the data modeling now as full mats and things like that what I found is that to some degree that the full matting end and the source data we could probably imagine the date has not created equally right foot so for many different systems that allow you to do absolutely anything you want where the con of each yell approach allows you to <unk>. Kinda dictates that you capture these exceptions upfront of if I've got a certain looking data coming in how does it connect to the other systems what eventual connectivity does is it just catches them lighter in the process and my thoughts on this is that to be honest you will never know all these business rules upfront and they full. Let's embrace an integration patent that says hey if the scheme in the source will the format of the data changes..

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Hatice Cengiz's mission: Don't forget Jamal Khashoggi

FT News

09:55 min | 2 years ago

Hatice Cengiz's mission: Don't forget Jamal Khashoggi

"I'm with ruler Caliph the deputy editor of the F. T. and she's had recently rather astonishing interview. She met recently Hattie's challenges who of course found herself at the center of an international drama indeed something of a horror story last October. This is when the young Turkish academic were seen waiting outside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul for her fiance who never appeared that man of course was the Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi details of whose murder at the hands of Saudi the thugs would leak out over the coming days and weeks so so really just start by telling us. What is the state of the investigation into Khashoggi's death? Well depends what you mean by investigation and which investigation in Saudi Arabia Arabia a group of people are being put on trial but we know very little about this trial elsewhere. There has been a U._N.. report by a U._N.. Expert on the murder however that report does not or have any legal basis it only makes recommendations and it has recommended an impartial international investigation for that to happen however you would need you on Security Council approval and I don't expect that exactly exactly 'cause you're touching on the really important point of the sort of full out of this whole saga namely. It doesn't look as if we're going to be many repercussions for the Saudi regime does it and why is that. I think that there were initially some repercussions for the. The Saudi regime mainly reputational a lot of business. People and political figures stayed away from Saudi Arabia. There was a bit conference. That was a flop but I think over time things of return to normal. I don't think the reputation of the Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman the man we know as and BS will ever really fully recover but I think that once Western governments and especially the U._S. government can't say that doing business with Saudi Arabia's fine he was for example at the g twenty in fact Saudi Arabia is going to be hosting the g twenty next year that is kind of rehabilitation Saudi Arabia hosting the g twenty year stunning given all that happened and imagine particularly appalling news for your lunch companion. The other day had tease Chang who is campaigning passionately for Kashoggi's motorists to be brought to justice. is is Here a clip now so I want to know who gave the order to kill them out and who else knew I want to know. Where is his body? I implore you to take action darkness essay. It is time for sanctions so that was her tease. Chang is speaking at the U._N.. Human Rights Council in Geneva last month. The Agnes was referring to as Agnes Calamar the special reporter on extrajudicial killings who had in fact just revealed called the results of this investigation you talking about ruler which found quote credible evidence clothes quotes that senior Saudis implicated in Mr Kashoggi's murder but let's turn to at t's challenges this was a powerful and really poignant. Poignant interview you had to do rule tell us what impression did you make. It was obviously a painful interview. It's painful for her to speak about Sharma but I think she's also now very driven. She is so frustrated by the silence she so frustrated by the fact that there has been no action that she's now turned this into her mission. Jomo Hachioji was essentially fighting for human rights. It's this is what he was writing about and she now feels that she has to take up that fight as I write in my lunch with the F. T. she now knows that she is part of the story. She's been studying the Middle East for a long time and now she feels that she's become one of its victims and there are so many of them so she was fighting back tears the whole lunch at one point when she tells me about the nights when she knew for sure that Jamal was dead. That's when her tears came rushing down one of the many things that struck me about her accounting hug conversation with you was relatively brief had in her relationship with Jamalco. Gee I mean they don't known each other for a few months. I wonder if you could just say a little bit about how they met in the nature of their relationship yes they only met in May of last year they met at a conference about the Gulf in Istanbul. Jamaa was speaking at that conference and she had only known him as someone who should seen on T._v.. She'd read him. She was very interested in Saudi Arabia and she was very keen to interview him about what. What was going on in Saudi Arabia what he was writing about and so she just goes up to him and introduces herself and says can we talk? Can you give me a few minutes and she speaks to him in Arabic because she speaks pretty fluent Arabic and I think that impresses impresses Jamal and so they meet up he asks her by Turkish awesome about Saudi and then she contact him again to tell him when the story is going to be published and two. I think check some quotes that's next time he goes to Turkey. They meet up again but this was a very quick romance in many ways but from what she told me this also has to do with the fact that Jemaah was in a very uncomfortable place ace at the time he was sort of looking for a new life. He'd been exiled in the U._S.. He was on his own so he was looking for a companion and he was very depressed and I think that they found in each other. You know the person she understood him. He understood her and so yes. This was a marathon romance. When he was murdered? He was writing columns for the Washington Post but as his then fiancee points out in this interview he actually in previous part of his life. He'd been an advisor to some members of the Saudi Royal Family Herself says in this interview one of the many powerful lines she says Jamal was from the palace not from outside it. He was not their enemy. Can you tell us why were they so frightened of him. Why did they have to kill him well? It's a very good question Alec. I don't think that anyone really knows why they were so frightened of him but it is also possible that they weren't that frightened of him. They had a strategy. Ah of silencing anyone who was critical of the Crown Prince Jamal wasn't the only one many of journals friends who stayed in Saudi Arabia are in jail and this new regime demint Saudi Arabia requires not only that you don't criticize they require that you approve the reason Jamal had left was because he did not want to engage and to support award a very hostile strategy towards cutter he was required to write in support of the strategy and that's where he drew the line and so there is such an intolerance that even someone who is only a writer actually not a writer who schooling for revolution a writer who wants Saudi Arabia to correct and to move on a better path. I mean you can even argue that much of what he was. Writing was advice to the crown prince but there is zero tolerance. It's not going to be easy for her. T snow is it nearly a year has passed as you said earlier for some parts of the sort of Western business in foreign policy establishment is not quite business as usual but they are going to re apply some of those ties to Saudi. What do you see happens to her now to? She pursue this cause at U._N.. How does she make any headway? I found and her to be very determined. I think that she wants to use the Kalama a report to try to put pressure on Western governments but may be more broadly she. Will become a voice that is just fighting for human rights at some point. I imagine she would even have to address that in Turkey. Because of course there are a lot of journalists who are jailed elden Turkey for hottest today. Her cause is Jamal but I think that she may also in the future want to broaden her course that it's not Jamaa and the Truth About Jamaa which I'm sure she will continue to fight for but YEP. She may very well be campaigner for human rights all is thrust upon her shoulders after just knowing him for a few months extraordinary I think we should end with a clip from Matisse which is also something of a call to arms from in her and she said this at the U._N.. Session in Geneva last month echoing what she said to you in this remarkable interview it's not only my below Jamal who was more that they but also democracy human rights and freedoms the failure to punish murderers F._X.. Also Mr Chair the truth always wins. He's story. We'll take note of those who stood with through and those who did not police take action.

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"kalama" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"kalama" Discussed on PRI's The World

"And that private jet had diplomatic clearance to fly to Turkey. Here's I must Kalama in an interview with the BBC today. So this and many other evidence point to the responsibility of the state of Saudi Arabia is egg niskayuna Mars suggesting that the crown prince himself was involved. You know, the purpose of this report wasn't exactly too. Establish blame. But it does conclude that the killing was deliberate. It was premeditated. And that there's enough credible evidence to warrant more investigation. Some of the evidence in this report is extremely grim Kalomo had access to some of the audio that was recorded inside the Saudi consulate in this tumble. The report gives a chilling minute by minute description of what happened hustle. She is heard conversation with the men who allegedly took his life. It really must have been a challenging investigation. Oh, absolutely. The Saudi government didn't let the special report, visit the kingdom for him investigation. She only had access to some of the audio that was recorded in the Saudi consulate in Turkey plus, as you know, the crime scene was completely scrubbed after Hushovd. She was killed, so a lot of the evidence was lost, and Domo shocked body hasn't been found yet what's been the reaction to the report inside Saudi Arabia. Well today remain duffer. The vice president of the Saudi American public relation affairs committee in Riyadh said that these all these state has nothing to do with Russia's murder. She was talking to the BBC and the presenter asked her about the role of the Saudi state, that's where becomes wrong with the words state there cannot be the word state in that sentence, especially with the judicial system carrying out very, very swift. Judicial system within Saudi Arabia deficit that these Saudi judicial system is in the process of bringing these people who are responsible for Jamal hashtag, she's murder to Justice. But that this process just takes long. Okay. The big question, of course, is does a report like this heaven ATF? Like I said, this is the Frist independent investigation into Mojo show. Chris death so that's important. And then there's something else that this report does that is that it draws global attention to the Mojo show cheese case again, you know it's been eight months since hush. Guilty was killed and more time passes people start to forget and they start to pay less attention. And in the US, sometimes it does seem like people have moved on, for example, just this month. The Trump administration gave the okay to American companies to share sensitive information about nuclear power, vid..

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"kalama" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:30 min | 2 years ago

"kalama" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg. This is Bloomberg. Businessweek from radio. Hello. I'm Kalama sir. Jason kelly. Plenty had few in this hour of the weekend edition of Bloomberg BusinessWeek, including a look at Wall Street through the eyes of politicians. A lot of money to be had and Democrats, not shy about asking for politics. Always makes for fun and interesting friends, certainly when it comes to donations also we take a look at Nali would not Bollywood not Hollywood, but we're talking about Nali what we're talking about the film industry in Nigeria, plus BusinessWeek talks, our exclusive interview at Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins, first step, though. We take a look at the politics section featuring a story on the relationship between President Trump and Kim Jong UN. Well, this love affair as the president of the United States has described it has really made the whole relationship. The whole geopolitical relationship a little more complicated. Chilling Goodman joins us from the nation's capital. She oversees, of course, the politics section for the magazine. So. Tell us how this relationship has evolved. If this were Facebook. We'd say it's complicated grant, we've certainly would. So they had this historic sit down, of course, last year in Singapore after which both sides fairly a few about the relationship Trump proclaiming on Twitter that they had fallen in love that and that nuclear excuse me that North Korea was, of course, no longer a nuclear threat. But then in February we saw the collapse of those talks. And so now that, that both of them have decided that they were so close in spoken to publicly about how close they were kind of left themselves without a clear avenue to get what they want without losing face. Well, that's the whole point. I felt like there was a line in the story about how the to have to kind of a delicate line to do. Exactly like that. Save face and avoid a nuclear war. Nobody wants that at this point, but it's tricky correct. Yes. Absolutely. I mean on the one hand, you know, Kim Jong UN desperately need that comic. A in North Korea's harvest last year was catastrophic. We're talking about widespread hunger in the country. And so that does he's a you know, all powerful political figure, but that does come with some risk to him. So he desperately wants economic aid. But he won't get that, from the Trump administration without giving up his nuclear weapons, which he also doesn't want to do, and so without that, and that's sort of where the stalemate came from in February, as if the definition of what t- nuclear rising means. And the Trump administration just wasn't willing to agree to what North Korea was willing to offer. Well, and Jillian it's an interesting insight into the US administration, especially because it feels like you have the president who, obviously, is in charge at the end of the day, the decider to use the Argote of one of his predecessors, but you also have his administration, which is trying to keep these. Negotiations going on and sometimes in this is not the first time we've seen this with this administration. Those parties seem to be a little bit odd. How is this administration sort of balancing that have sort of balancing game as you say? I mean on the one hand, Trump has really taken on the role of being the person that's going to fix this relationship of being the person who's going to negotiate so one on one with Kim, and as that is falling apart. I mean you saw Steve begin the nuclear negotiator. The North Korean negotiator was actually, in South Korea when those during one of the missile tests that sort of prompted this latest about of tensions, and so it is a pretty bold move for them to North Korea that has to be testing missiles, while the US negotiator is so close. In fact, within range of some of those missiles that they tested, but it's kind of fascinating, and I think this point that the two initially direct negotiations. Right. It was really those two individuals. Kim Jong UN and President Trump, you know figuring things out that kind of made it much more complicated and kind of got us to where we are to some extent today. That makes the negotiations now even trickier and tougher exactly. Yeah. Voting. Neither leader wants to look like not a leader my backing down well, and with President Trump and we've seen this in a number of different cases. And this is a stylistic thing if nothing else where he wants to go one on one with world leaders, whether it is Vladimir Putin in the case of Helsinki summit, whether it is Kim Jong UN as you've described even with other world leaders some allies, some traditional, foes, how much does this just tell us about this is how this president roles. I mean a lot, you know, he's, he's famously that way and his businesses as well. But really, what we're seeing with this relationship with North Korea is that this is why we have diplomats who negotiate the details before the two leaders get in. Into the room so that everybody knows what's going to happen, so that you don't walk into a situation like we had an annoying where there are so many unknowns and they're still so much work to do between the two leaders that no one's, really. Sure, what's going to come out? Right. There's typically usually a lot of choreography that has all been laid out. And then we just kind of get to see it all fall into place in follow the script or the plan. And that's not exactly what we saw here. Tell me a little bit about to South Korea and their role in all of this because they're in a very tricky position. Right. An ally certainly of the United States, but they also because they are certainly within range of those nuclear weapons from North Korea there in a tricky place, as well. Exactly. And there's been a lot of progress made, of course in the relationship between the north and the south a lot of work that moon Jae ended before we even got to the same poor summit last year. And so he on the one hand doesn't want to alienate, the US, but also doesn't want to risk the sort of fragile keys that he's built with Kim. And so, you know, South Korea is providing food aid through the World Food Program and is hoping that, that will sort of Luthan loosen things up and lead to a third summit. But the US hasn't really budged on that. That's Jillian Goodman. And I really liked this story because the nuances of personal relationships and personal relationships writ large that is a cornerstone of this administration. Right. And at personal relationship, though can complicate, what really is a geopolitical relationship. Right. And both leaders right now walking a fine line. Right. They're both trying to save face they'd want avoid nuclear war. It'll be interesting to see.

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UN News

03:31 min | 2 years ago

News in Brief 28 March 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations following the destruction caused by cyclonic die across southern Africa eastern provinces of Zimbabwe have continued to experience high winds torrential rainfall flash floods and landslides, the UN office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs said on Thursday, this lethal combination has wreaked havoc in several of the country's districts causing at least one hundred eighty one deaths. One hundred seventy five injuries across the country with more than three hundred people still missing, according to government figures destruction of property and infrastructure has been severe and an estimated two hundred seventy thousand people need humanitarian assistance, particularly in Chipinge, and she Mani Mani where some ninety five percent of the roads and bridges were damaged search and rescue efforts are ongoing especially in Chimanimani where some village. Ages remain inaccessible by road. So far, some sixty thousand children in flood-affected districts need immediate protection services and one hundred thousand need welfare and civil registration services against the backdrop of ongoing community tensions an upsurge of violence in Mali central Mopti region has prompted a UN human rights expert to call on Thursday for international action to stem, the bloodshed a series of attacks. Last Saturday followed on Tuesday by new violence has raised the concern of absentee in the UN, independent expert on the situation of human rights in the country over the creation of community based self styled, self defense, armed groups. Mr. teen observed that a four year long proliferation of these groups coupled with the demise of traditional conflict resolution systems and the limited presence of the government. Have led to the deterioration of the security situation adversely impacting people's basic rights with the lives and the well being of civilians hanging in the balance the UN expert called for a thorough prompt and impartial investigation. And that the perpetrators be brought to Justice Adama diong the UN special adviser on the prevention of genocide express, deep concern over the conflicts growing at MRs ation, turning to the Middle East, a UN human rights expert said Saudi Arabia's closed door trials on the assassination of journalists. Jamal Kazushi in Istanbul have fallen short of international standards. And yes Kalama the UN special rapid tour leading an independent human rights inquiry into the killing at the Saudi consulate last October denounced the lack of transparency of Saudi Arabia's investigation and legal proceedings. Call. Calling the murder and extrajudicial killing committed in a consulate office on foreign territory. She spelled out that these are not internal domestic matters the investigation and prosecution must comply with international legal standards, which demands transparency and impartiality the government of Saudi Arabia is grievously mistaken. She said if it believes that the current proceedings will satisfy the international community Liska, Fiji, U N news.

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AM 570 The Mission

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"kalama" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"Fly matters I on Kalama color radio. I love my city. I love the city before I moved here. I love the people of the city I have loved the people of this city since before nine eleven, but after nine eleven many things became much more resolute in my heart. I'm not from New York is a native. But it is the only place that I think of his home now and friends it is it is one of those things where I have a mixed bag because I go all over the country and people say, oh, wow. New York how that must be like the atheist stick the capital of the world. Well, you know, there's eight thousand church eight thousand churches in New York. Are you serious and say, yeah. But then I also realized that we have our fair share problems. And we have our fair share of issues that we are trying to I hope bring about a better sense of Justice with and the killing of preborn children in New York City is one of those blights on what makes our city great. It is one of those things. Where we have to save knowledge. This is going on here. And it shouldn't be and those eight thousand churches, by the way, we can do something about it. We can do something about it. If every church today gave thirty thousand dollars imagine how many ultrasounds could be given. And what a difference that could make in terms of women seeking the truth Scott wilder not long ago. You had a chance to sit down with some of these girls that had been impacted, and it doesn't really matter. Geographically where they're from. What writers is that their story is reflective of what we're talking about. And they just know that when you call that number today when you call eight three three eight five, oh, baby. Eight three three eight five zero two two two nine. You're going to have an impact. There's no doubt about that. I mean, just listened to the kind of impact that you're gonna have today..

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WNYC 93.9 FM

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"kalama" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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"kalama" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"kalama" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Really important conversation 'cause it's like how close was houston last year and how close was cleveland two years ago and how does that affect kalama sees the finals right now yeah houston was infinitely closer than cleveland ever was two years ago cleveland two years ago did not have a chance to win but were they infinitely close our an injury i would say part of why they're infinitely closer was because they had home court be the eighteen wares were not as good as seventeen we're in court they won sixty five games it's good fucking yeah i'm with you for part of it but i do think the eighteen wears we're not as good and i think their chemistry was a little weird and it was just easier to kind of catch them last year potentially yeah i deceiving of the teams were pretty similar though i just does agree they had more pieces this year than they did the previous year crew did golden state they had like jordan bell they had they when did they get her dollars the other thing that was was beneficial for houston iggy was healthy she sin wasn't wasn't going to beat golden state with a healthy would allah because he dollar really put the clamps on harden yeah he's in benefited from that a lot that was used to be worried that a lot of different smart teams with good defenders were able to slow down hard and the way they were able to slow him down i think you should be worried if the team has one of the best defensive players of all time and andrea with allah but boston sought him down to the to know on this regular dismissive nisa bug because this is the difference in the market smartphones james harden i'm saying that right now there's a difference in the regular season the playoffs and also andre gwala is not a good defense under he's a great defender he's he's he's the defender underneath cli leonard in terms of the best perimeter defender in the nba so that it doesn't worry me that the second best defensive player in the nba shut down you think he's a second best defensive per second best wing defender in the nba against him at appalled george not close pre injury pudge not close interesting yeah not close he's he's smarter in the sense that he works talked to andrea would all about how he defends yet i watched this great thing someone recommended to me on twitter and i watched i've never really been a scottie pippen fan not because i i don't like him i just didn't know anything about it but i don't wanna watch espn or whatever i don't know anything about him and i watched this thing that egwu dolla recommend anyone watch it dolla did with pippen terms of how he defends and what is process was and it was brilliant both of them were brilliant and when you see that and you see like the craft this this is a craftsman this defensive sally's craftsmen he's learning his craft i'm not saying paul george doesn't do that i'm just saying when i watch play defense i don't see that i don't see him forcing players in the wrong direction trusting his help i don't see him stripping the ball is author paul george is a great defensive player he's but he's not as good as andrea dolly's i've thought personally i remember when i first worked for an nba team in two thousand and ten that was the guy said they had to get yeah he was playing for philadelphia he was like ridiculously high contract this is the player that will improve your team by fifteen wins i thought pippen was the best permanent defensive player ever saw probably yeah i mean i didn't i wasn't that into basketball in ninety six i started like around to the first guy ever watched in person like oh my god yeah this is like i'd actually be terrified of us in the bug me has all the tools is that he was just the perfect defender jeff coli came in i would say somewhere around two thousand fourteen was the first guide seen who rose to that people have i think those are the two best i've seen yeah rodman had some moments rodman's ability to guard base rodman those like i'm saying that trait rodman yeah to broaden wasn't a perimeter wing the under sake about perimeter wing defender but i'm saying the ability to kind of go to a level i can do consistently but yeah he was like i.

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"kalama" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"kalama" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Really important conversation 'cause it's like how close was houston last year and how close was cleveland two years ago and how does that affect kalama sees the finals right now yeah houston was infinitely closer than cleveland ever was two years ago cleveland two years ago did not have a chance to win but were they infinitely close our an injury i would say part of why they're infinitely closer was because they had home court be the eighteen wares were not as good as seventeen we're in court they won sixty five games it's good fucking yeah i'm with you for part of it but i do think the eighteen wears we're not as good and i think their chemistry was a little weird and it was just easier to kind of catch them last year potentially yeah i deceiving of the teams were pretty similar though i just does agree they had more pieces this year than they did the previous year crew did golden state they had like jordan bell they had they when did they get her dollars the other thing that was was beneficial for houston iggy was healthy she sin wasn't wasn't going to beat golden state with a healthy would allah because he dollar really put the clamps on harden yeah he's in benefited from that a lot that was used to be worried that a lot of different smart teams with good defenders were able to slow down hard and the way they were able to slow him down i think you should be worried if the team has one of the best defensive players of all time and andrea with allah but boston sought him down to the to know on this regular dismissive nisa bug because this is the difference in the market smartphones james harden i'm saying that right now there's a difference in the regular season the playoffs and also andre gwala is not a good defense under he's a great defender he's he's he's the defender underneath cli leonard in terms of the best perimeter defender in the nba so that it doesn't worry me that the second best defensive player in the nba shut down you think he's a second best defensive per second best wing defender in the nba against him at appalled george not close pre injury pudge not close interesting yeah not close he's he's smarter in the sense that he works talked to andrea would all about how he defends yet i watched this great thing someone recommended to me on twitter and i watched i've never really been a scottie pippen fan not because i i don't like him i just didn't know anything about it but i don't wanna watch espn or whatever i don't know anything about him and i watched this thing that egwu dolla recommend anyone watch it dolla did with pippen terms of how he defends and what is process was and it was brilliant both of them were brilliant and when you see that and you see like the craft this this is a craftsman this defensive sally's craftsmen he's learning his craft i'm not saying paul george doesn't do that i'm just saying when i watch play defense i don't see that i don't see him forcing players in the wrong direction trusting his help i don't see him stripping the ball is author paul george is a great defensive player he's but he's not as good as andrea dolly's i've thought personally i remember when i first worked for an nba team in two thousand and ten that was the guy said they had to get yeah he was playing for philadelphia he was like ridiculously high contract this is the player that will improve your team by fifteen wins i thought pippen was the best permanent defensive player ever saw probably yeah i mean i didn't i wasn't that into basketball in ninety six i started like around to the first guy ever watched in person like oh my god yeah this is like i'd actually be terrified of us in the bug me has all the tools is that he was just the perfect defender jeff coli came in i would say somewhere around two thousand fourteen was the first guide seen who rose to that people have i think those are the.

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"kalama" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"kalama" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"Four the diet kalama color here and every thursday we ask who well we let you ask a question of mike connors of counters and sullivan the leading a state law a state law and elder care law expert in new york city and of course our resident expert your kevin mccall radio mike sarah rights to say that her mother passed away in january 2014 as she wasn't aware of the belongings that she had the family withheld information about the death and the properties that she on she went to wells fargo bank where she had an account until the day she passed away sarah had document papers showing she was the only offspring during she had the death certificate wells fargo didn't acknowledge it closed the count said she needed a lawyer to claim the estate what should i do in this situation mr connors what will become a my mom's money being that the bank account as closed and they didn't give it to me let's say you my cars oil what you should do is open up in a state accountant way she does that required to be the administrative state assuming her mother didn't have a will you quite the administrator state shows a court that you can only child the court would decide whether she should be bonded or not and then depending on the circumstances at their any other children if there's a spouse she would be appointed administrative state event you can collectible long long three state and i think that's what wells fargo is trying to tell it well uh it seems like uh she definitely does need some legal help on this so it would be advisable to to call your office in to walk through all the proper steps and friends maybe you've got some of the same questions you should.

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"kalama" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"kalama" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"Uh what is you need to know when unita to mukalla zone glad you're with us kalama keller thanking you on this free thanksgiving thanksgiving leave the show i in which i have tried to i've tried to knob because i want to be in a good frame of mind 4 of for thanksgiving i don't want to think about why more or donald trump or al franken or obrock obama or any of these other things that seemed to be just filling all of the front pages of everything the last couple of days trying to trying to help you do the same thing today maybe it's an exercise in futility immature although i guess the story does kind of break my own ban on that there there's a story of team vogue that has an issue with the turkey's that the white house hi i've wind at their pardoned yesterday leash across now joins us from her outpost at the daily wire help in a south on this uh uh thanksgiving edition leash it's good to see you and i happy thanksgiving to you by the way happy thanksgiving in you've invoke thing i first thought on twitter yesterday and i legitimately thought it with a joke because the white house had posted the nap cat images of that you turkeys that president trump was going to partner of course this is what what what they call them drug dick in wishbone i i don't ever year they have them filling name and it anyway uh and so this year i don't i haven't looked back at ears path but apparently people were perturbed because the to turkey's that president trump pardon yesterday happen to be white and saw or like oh jobert no that's not that can't be a thing dude it was a thing and i was like wait a second this can't be a thing and it's kind of sad that in 2017 we live in the day and age where we see something like that on social media and really wait is this a parody account or is this a thing well turned out it was an actual thing so much so that you know team vogue decided to cover it in all of that you pindi i'm looking at the arctic election in voted uh the president carried on the tradition parting to turkey's wish mona drums thick he makes you are dead jokes than obama did it previous you ceremonies.

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AM 570 The Mission

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"kalama" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"You're listening to kalama color radio are we talk about what is breaking news as it happens what it means and why it matters woo hi confusion well today there is news that is on the front page and there is news that is not and some of the news that his nod is what i want us to focus on for the next little while because there are five hundred lives that hang in the balance just exactly what do i mean state with us it's kevin mchale radio interesting oh god is coming in the caller i just want to help people no in the colors the nashville syndicated radio host and author of know he can jeurys right macau about this time of year ago kevin mukalla was with you and we were reporting on the fact that a little island nation called haiti was experiencing one of the worst famines that it had seen in its history three years without rain to grow crops with and there was the system one little tiny slice of the island that was still able to produce a little bit of food due to samir gatien other things that had been developed and not long after we were together in the month of august last year in the month of early part of the month of october a hurricane ripped through that island nation and destroyed the remainder of what was able to produce food so now in in essence the entirety of.

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