18 Burst results for "Karel"

"karel" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:08 min | 3 weeks ago

"karel" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"This radio show? The Karel Reisz radio show. What's our purpose? Hey, we're here every single weekend to bring you The local accurate Reports and data of what's going on in our local real estate market, and from time to time we will touch based on a national basis. But we want you to be informed on what's going on here locally in Arizona, because Josh as we know if you pick up a USA today, or New York times or in l a times or whatever you pick up. You're not going to get Maricopa County or Pinel County. Real estate information. No, I mean are trends might follow some of that some of the times, but on a micro level, we're definitely different, so we You want to keep you updated on all things value The sun. That is so so correct. And of course, we are with Kilograms Realty, and we are your valley wide real estate agents. We we cover the whole county, Merkel and Panella even counties north of us. We go into Prescott, Sedona, Prescott Valley. So we're going to talk a little bit Vicky about our local Arizona real estate market, And I want you to if you could just to report on we were with some of the top producing real estate agents in North America that Includes the U. S and Canada. And what did we come away with after those three days? You know, basically, everyone is kind of reporting that they're seeing slowdowns in their markets. And when I say slowdowns, homes that are coming on the market just aren't Flying off the shelves with the multiple offers that they were seen. You know, if a homes priced right and it's in a desirable area and things like that, where the buyers are, then those homes still might be getting multiple offers. But every home is not going through that. Is what we were all talking about in the different markets. So it was interesting to see one thing we've noticed here locally, and we're going to talk about that coming up is we're seeing more builder inventory available out there in the market today. Well, that's that's very true. And you know, that's not a bad thing, because one of the reasons Josh that we got into this low inventory one of the reasons and there are many is that there weren't enough properties new homes for all of the buyers that were coming up and Being those first time home buyers as well as all of our buyers that we're moving into the state? Yeah, I mean, there was so much demand now that there is a little more inventory. I find that you know, buyers are kind of having more selection out there, and things are maybe balancing out a little. Nothing drastic. I mean, it's still a seller's market. I would say it is, um, but yeah, the market is changing a little. It is so, Vicki, would you tell our listeners what a balanced market is? One that doesn't favor the seller? One that doesn't favor the buyer, buddy. Balanced market well, when you're in a seller's market, there's six months or less inventory in in the MLS, and, you know, right now we're under two months in the valley, so we still are in a strong seller's market. But what we noticed over the last year, you know, it was kind of a crazy market. Every house that went on the market just bidding wars and, you know, people lined out to see the homes and now we're seeing a bit of a slowdown. Um, I was working with some buyers. This Last week called an agent, and she said, We've not had one showing and she said I sold one in the same subdivision about 60 days ago, and she said it was a totally different story where people were lined up in front to see so in some areas, the market is slowing down. Our buyers are kind of sitting back and, you know, saying, Hey, let's Let's wait this out a little bit. So here's the good news. Here's the good news. In all of this. We are still in a seller's market, so sellers don't get discouraged, but the market has slowed its not that warp speed seller's market, right, Vicky correct in in certain price points, it might still be there, but not all. Well, let's talk a little bit about your expertise, and that is our high end market. That luxury market that really has been a driving force. Okay, so I'm going to go ahead and dive into our weekly luxury report, and all data is compiled from the Arizona Regional multiple List service servicing Maricopa and Pinal County's..

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Actress Carol Sutton dies of Covid-19 complications

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:55 sec | 10 months ago

Actress Carol Sutton dies of Covid-19 complications

"Actor Carroll sudden has died in New Orleans of complications from the coronavirus. She was 76 years old Gwen Thompkins reports that sudden appeared in more than 100 movies, plays and television shows. Karel sudden began acting in 1968 with the Dashiki Project Theater, which mounted place about the complexities of African American life. It was a natural fit. Her mother was a community activist as a child, sudden road in the family car with Martin Luther King Jr. The year he co founded the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. Sudden worked steadily as an actor, but she kept her day job at an agency fighting poverty in the city. After retiring from social work in 2011, she appeared in Queen Sugar and Lovecraft Country. On Friday. Film crews in New Orleans pause production in her honor

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"karel" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"karel" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"Equal Rights Amendment was being debated in Congress, she told her biographer Karel Pheasant Paul Shaffer thought of it as something between innocuous and mildly helpful. But after a friend asked her debate feminist on the era at the end of Nineteen seventy-one, she changed her mind in October of nineteen seventy two she founded stop era an acronym for this is a terrible acronym stop taking our privileges. that. Yeah. Yeah. The word stop is in the acronym it's terrible Oh. No. I hate it into your whole thing is like I mean there's so many layers like the fact that she's debating feminists and there's two women debating that by itself is pretty feminist and then also just like her. Like I don't know I'm also sensing I. Think it's I'm getting a different read because I heard about trauma talking about last episode that I'm feeling like she's still evil but I also sense she's doing this out of survival like when she was getting kicked out of this. You know like losing relevance issue like well, they'll need a woman at the front of this because a man can't say this because it's more weaponized of a woman is anti-feminist yet she's hurting herself because she just got on board she could just have everything with feminism. which is very similar to the character. Robert was talking about in handmaid's tale actually with what you just said What. Even what Roberts? About the bipartisanship of era. Reminds me so much of corona virus when it came out, it's like this is not an partisan issue. We're all just GONNA handle this like people who want to live, and then all of a sudden it was like do scratch now it's partisan what some living become part. So It's a bummer. She becomes the chairwoman of stop. Era. And she taps into this network of women she's like. So it like in creating this like this network of women she's built. So sh like first off, she distributed this book to a bunch of people that like that like builds her fan base and she started a news letter after that, which is kind of the way as a conservative at this point that you like you build a political. Coalition because all these all these hundreds of thousands of people on your newsletter and then you can you can get them to buy books you can get them to vote on like you can get them. You can organize them as like donate M- mainly can get him to donate money. So like this is kind of how she starts this coalition and she she founds a group I she found stop era, and then she found a group called the Eagle Forum. which is like this right wing think tank or this right wing like advocacy organization. That is formed around Phyllis Schlafly basically coaching stay at home moms to become activists to stop the era. She's trying to organize all of these like conservative religious housewives. into a political coalition she described her recruits in the Atlantic as quote housewives who didn't even know where their state capital was An schlafly instructed them in everything from how to speak to the press and run phone banks to how to address and smile for the camera. And nineteen seventy-three..

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"karel" Discussed on LoopPraat - D Nederlandse Podcast over Hardlopen

LoopPraat - D Nederlandse Podcast over Hardlopen

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"karel" Discussed on LoopPraat - D Nederlandse Podcast over Hardlopen

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"karel" Discussed on Raceline Radio

Raceline Radio

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"karel" Discussed on Raceline Radio

"And then you can learn how to work on a car and understand them more, which I didn't know anything when I first drove Linton. Scars out again there and hit the gas. I didn't know how it worked or any of that stuff and become a crew guy. I think made me a better driver, and then got my shot with Dexter toddle. And I've still occur guy on his car and also got the job. And then you get a taste of winning that was my drive after that. Like once you know that you can come out here and compete with the best and win against them. Like, that's that's what keeps you going. Gerry are when you first came into the funny car, and I know you kinda went off in all there were some that questioned. If you were tough enough to drive a funny that Elia what's your response to that? Well, I got an argument with one driver one point at a hotel bar, and he's since then, you know, we we've talked it out over after that. But yeah, I mean, I understand why by me. I was questioned myself earlier in the year last year, if I could have one of those things are tough. I mean. When you got somebody like Dell worship driving, the car, who's also occurred sheep and understands how the setup the car and this and that and then you throw me in the in the mix, they got don't know anything about a funny car don't know how to set them up or what I need or don't need or if I'm steering too much not enough. My biggest thing was I was carrying over all my dragster characteristics to a funny car, you can't do that. And now, I see Sean going through that it's tough like he's getting mad at himself. But he's doing a good job a great job. And then. I mean, I expect him to go out there and won a lottery is next year. It's just it's hard to get used to it comes with time. And you tell yourself to be patient, and yeah, I mean, I I didn't want to give up on it. But I was getting frustrated with myself, and I still get mad at myself drive that thing because I feel like I could do a better job than what I'm doing like me. They're in a final vows a terrible job of driving. Shane Winston went to come down. I mean. I mean, that's pretty now. I actually I think it for us to change after Brainard going into Indy tasks Todd and John Doe. They they hit on something there. Brainerd I believe in the semifinals. Then carried that into the indie test and the car ran really well. And then we carry that into Indy and won the race. And just really kind of stuck with that setup. And they've done a really good job of maintaining that twenty eighteen NHRA nitro funny car champion there. He is JR Todd on race line radio. A great story of perseverance and determination. All right. Well, let's work that final pitstop them will return on the last lap for next week show. Details and more. This is race live presented by Subaru. Powered by the heart pounding WRX STI now fourteen time Canadian rally manufacturers champion on the race line radio network. Hello, this is Jackie's June baseline media returns in a moment. Send us all your money. Sign up for our free podcasts at I tunes or with your favorite Bod catcher. And we'll send you a free subscription for sports net. Five ninety the fan on demand, absolutely free. Eric Thomas baseline across Canada on the race line radio network. White flag is up there. One more left to go. So here's what we're planning for for next week. Our final life show of two thousand eighteen Gnavor too much rag racing. Gonna play a couple of minutes with twenty eighteen NHRA top fuel champion, Steve torrents who's overcome huge obstacles to get where he is.

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"karel" Discussed on Raceline Radio

Raceline Radio

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"karel" Discussed on Raceline Radio

"So I if the cliche question, but you're you're you're what eighteen year old kid. Yes, sir. Thanks for having gone. Basically straight out of a junior dragster. And you look now is a thirty six year old guy. What does that moment stand? You now. At that point. When I was eighteen like young and dumb and a punk like I thought I was going to do this forever. Yeah. Andrew, I'm gonna talk your car right out of high school. I this is what I've always wanted to do. And it's going to be like district around. It wasn't like it was tough. But all those tough times. We're definitely worth it to get to this point. And it just makes you respect this opportunity more and more because there's a lot of challenges along this along the way and a lot of times I felt like giving up and I'm glad I did your parents have been incredibly supportive of your life. You know forever. And is this a way to free to repay them for their dedication? Absolutely. This is the only way I could repay them because they sacrificed a lot of time money everything, you know, racing junior dragsters traveled all over the country doing that. And I don't know if you're aware, but junior dragsters don't pay a lot of money. I got some trophies. But they're not worth a lot. They're worth you know, the memories. But no, they they dedicated theirselves to to me racing. And they still go to us mini mini my races. They can. And they're, you know, they're still working back home. So this is the ultimate way to pay them back. And yeah, I can't thank them enough. Because they're the whole reason I'm out here and just really lucky to have him out here with me, obviously, incredibly influential guidance for your team owner. What was the conversation was an after you locked upper after when the race or is there a conversation at all high win over and thanked him after I route. And he just told me, you know, good job. That's all he's telling me, you see him smile and tell me get job. That's that's what it's all about. Because it's an honor to to job that funny car. That's Scott Coletta's car, and it will always be his car. And when they asked me to drive it. I thought that was the the coolest thing ever. You know, Connie told Jim. At the time that he thought I was the right guy for the job and didn't want to let him down in last year. It was a struggle. Like that thing. Those things are harder. Gye funny cars are at period in. They they'll show you who's boss and things harder. Driving a final. So people like, well, you know, you're doing a great job him. But the each Ron you just learn something new down the track, and I'm still learning. How to drive what he's things. But yeah, a lot's happened within the last two years at thing. And just really fortunate lucky to be in this position one last question for return it over much grip on JR I can count of like five times, including that initial top fuel ride when you had to rug pulled out from what was your mindset every time that that happened. What what was your drive? Well. The first time, you know, with the BRUCE'S deal has shop burned down. So I mean that that nothing you can do about that. And it goes back to Nikki boffon. He was there. He was the kerchief at burns his car in two thousand when I when I drove and spin couple years at BRUCE'S with Nikki he'd say, hey, man, I'm gonna go to Bob yogurt sins and and toon his card. I think you should come with me because if you ever want to drive again, you need to be out here where people can see that you want to do this..

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"karel" Discussed on Raceline Radio

Raceline Radio

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"karel" Discussed on Raceline Radio

"Season to begin. I'll be listening to the best show for racing in the world. At least in Canada. See in the winner's circle. Wendy Hollis are loveable merit maniac. PSI? I think that either your call screener the timer you dubbed me with that handle in. I love it. And they've used it ever since Wendy. Thank you so much for your your kind remarks about the the the show, and you're loyal listenership on NewsTalk a six ten CK TB not. Yeah. And as we end off our racing season or one more one more live show to do and that'll be next week. And then we'll get into our four best of shows for four consecutive weeks. That'll carry us over Christmas or new years. We'll be t- detailing who's going to be on those shows. They're all replays of interviews. The all-star interviews that we've had a lot of all stars believe me from two thousand eighteen season in replay of it'll get a starting on the week of December the sixteenth through the twenty the thirtieth. And then January the sixth of twenty nineteen for those who don't know. And who may be new delivering the show is twenty six consecutive seasons old. It started on. What was it that time C J C L fourteen thirty in Toronto when they were the flagship of the Toronto Blue Jays and the Toronto Maple Leafs out. I think the Argonauts were also on that channel as well. And and with the advent of the Indy car race in Toronto. And of course, I was doing news sports play by play hockey in various general things that I was always involved with race line motorsport television with the late John Massenburg, and and and Bruce Mellon Bacher. And we wanted to get a companion radio show going. So we took it to Alan Davis. Who's now the PD it WJR five fifty in buffalo, very good friend of ours. And said, listen, you know, there's there's a there's a great interest in the sport in just talking now before the network just GTE in Toronto. He said, you're right. But it had to be very very slick and had to be very highly produced, you know, as a leaf broadcaster or a Blue Jays rod cast or even an at Argos broadcast. And so it launched on C J c o fourteen thirty and shortly thereafter became sports net. Five ninety the. Fan which is still an affiliate one of the fifteen that we have you know, from.

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"karel" Discussed on Raceline Radio

Raceline Radio

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"karel" Discussed on Raceline Radio

"Good because we we were lucky enough to lift lift and make sure that we get to the finish line. Go off the road. Exactly. Exactly. Now when you know, that's Simonis right behind you. You can't look in your rear view mirror. You gotta go out and drive. It the way you want. Forget about the fact that right? Yeah. You do your ace. And then you don't think about anything else. And you hope for the best talk about your relationship with your co driver Sam Sam Sam is is an old friend of ours. I mean, the his dad has been a co driving my that the while they were rallying together. So we've known each other for quite quite quite something. And we have a good relationship. It's he's good. He's really good. I mean, he's young with the results are they're so good. There's good telepathy there. And you think of a guys like Antoine and knock well and all the Greek co-drivers driver combinations. Have been the championship. The mcgeer go back to those days. There's always great symmetry and without great symmetry. You don't get anything done in this sport between you in the co. Yeah. Exactly. There's nothing much to do if it doesn't work out with your driver. That's the main main driving is not really I'd say like co-driving in the notes are eighty percent of the job. And then the twenty percent that's left is mainly driving. But the it's a big part of the success when they changed the structure of the Canadian rally championship with Subaru and antwon wasn't around anymore. Did you have it in your head? When the season started that the championship might be obtainable. For you. The door was open for anybody else. Out to one to win with field deeper. Didn't it? Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. That that made this year quite something is a hasn't been seen for a while. And everybody was looking and trying to catch the title. But we won. So good stuff. Yes. So you didn't lose sight of the fact that you can't look and say we have a chance to win the championship. And then there's the point start to pile up could easily, you know, think about we can win this big disaster. No, you think if one rally at a time, and you go from there. I mean, the it wasn't something we thought of awhile ago at the best night in the beginning of the year. We just said like let's start with that one. We'll go with the other one after in the here, we are capable carryanne recently radio. Your dad was a great rally driver. Did it automatically mean you were going to follow in his footsteps? Did you always want to do this time you were old enough to sit and look above the dashboard, I've been looking. Being I'm been going to rallies and seeing my that race for a while. And it was always something I wanted to do and lucky enough he provided me with the car. The time the notes everything which meant for me to be a good driver. And that's that's what what he came out to drive a late model Subaru my radio.

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"karel" Discussed on Raceline Radio

Raceline Radio

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"karel" Discussed on Raceline Radio

"With Jordan Taylor and ringer vendors Enda for season opening event in January after impressing in his first run in a single seater f one machine at the Bahrain international circuit Johnson says you know, what I'd be open to some open wheel racing in the future. Without a doubt, specifically, highlighting the Rolex twenty four, you know, anytime you can get stars to cross over to other series like they used to many years ago. I think it's a very good thing for the sport. Let's do some drag racing we've caught wind of a possible new airport venue in northern Ontario. The organizing committee is still has to make a final decision if it's a go. Or no, though, they apparently had a soft deadline of number of November thirtieth. We're told there was very positive vibe from everybody involved with the mid-november meetings. Should this new strip come to pass the dates for the new venue could be August? Twenty third to the twenty fifth two weeks after the NHRA Provo nationals in wa wa coming up on the straight liners twenty eighteen NHRA nitro funding. Kart champion j r Todd faces in the pits. Heartbreaking changes to General Motors production facilities, all over the news closing the Canadian planet. Oshawa what a shame and several plants in the US affecting thousands of workers, and yeah, just before Christmas. But at least General Motors tells us their current racing programs won't be affected and we'll carry on for now questions concerning Chevrolet racing's programs. Have been raised in various paddocks where the brand competes through Chevrolet Cadillac corvette line GM's primary racing. Endeavors are spread across insa sportscars IndyCar NASCAR stock car racing and the NHRA on the drag racing side. Sad to have to tell you former junior open wheel racer Reshad Felipe has departed. He was only twenty eight years old the.

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"karel" Discussed on Motorsport Radio

Motorsport Radio

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"karel" Discussed on Motorsport Radio

"I'm we'll come onto that now we thought that was all we'd say in case you instead of the race what what more can we say i mean yeah we were already saw the exasperated and now a breath by the time the race actually got to its dot to the starting grid that the second star of the second grid so we were already out breath then only for marc marquez to stall on the grid and yeah take it away from there what happened well it's a difficult one because i'm no expert on the rules here okay but the common ten censuses the when you stole about grid the international rakes teams association personnel achim over the earth a personnel come over and tell you to get to the side of the going line it's happened before karel abraham in two thousand twelve what marcus decided to do was he used to laws three empty rows that now ahead of him before they got to jack miller and they would he would bumper star is bike now he did that then he turned around in the in the dog that can traffic or opposite direction of traffic so he was fully facing head on with the with the reuters on the other side with officer him emails down the grid basically that ron exactly he will deal right down the grade then turned right part beyond rinse and for those of you watching on visual here now he's gain off now we'll in his bike back into its original star and position as years personnel dams well.

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"karel" Discussed on The Successful Encore Career Podcast

The Successful Encore Career Podcast

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"karel" Discussed on The Successful Encore Career Podcast

"This is karel van truscott executive director of employment for seniors and on brett johnson longtime volunteer with employment for seniors thanks so much for listening to this episode of the successful encore career presented by employment for seniors the premier resource linking mature adults with employment opportunities in central ohio and a big thanks to our podcast sponsors they include central ohio area agency on aging planning funding and developing services that make our community places where individuals can live with independence and dignity nationwide insurance protect what matters and ina source a leading provider of call center and customer service jobs matching qualified professionals with rewarding career opportunities all recently i saw news article on the two big box name improvement stores utilizing a a new app a fairly new app to speed up the hiring process and the new apple alves jobseekers to self scheduled there in person in views yes thought that was really interesting especially when it comes down to working with our clients rate one of the things that we tell folks um they have to be careful in their job applications in their job search process employers want to know that you can do technology they want to know that you're willing to learn things including technology um and that you have the ability to learn doubt baby boomers created the internet so even though everyone acts like we don't know what it is we we really do know what it is and we can use it we tend to be self taught which sometimes puts us in a bad situation because we think we don't know what we're doing or were not learning it fast enough or we may do it differently.

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"karel" Discussed on LWAF

LWAF

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"karel" Discussed on LWAF

"Nor filmmakers and um usually if he makes a film it's in top10 listen and nominated in stuff um so when karel popped up on service i was like i definitely logic i love this oh and a pretty much start to finish has led the performances the writing the framing of the of the camera work um it was really really really great neck your take i did not all thoroughly disappointed with carol okay hates could let's let's just do this then here we go i i'm i'm not gonna i'm a fight with you i didn't hate the movie uh it's not a poorly made movie a fleet be acting is great the visuals are are very very nice uh my biggest problem with the film rests on the relationship between uh carolyn cherie's again which is as its portrayed in the movie though the sense that i got is that it was based purely on the physical nature the till asian the excitement of living in a world the doesn't accept yet um homosexual relationships mmhmm and that excitement that was underlying the potential for relationship there but as i was watching the movie i didn't see what attracted either other than physical desirable beautiful women their striking women other than the physical i didn't see what was there drawing the two of them together and i never saw it all of a sudden they're both in love and i didn't see why i didn't believe y who and i kept looking for it because i knew what the movie was about end up you know if two as far as i was concerned.

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"karel" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"karel" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"The trump white house this is something we don't need to get from muller's office this is something that facebook can put out there and it's mark zuckerberg he's really on this pr campaign and taking out fullpage advertisements in the new york times you know i he can probably help in his pr push and get some goodwill by just being transparent throwing it all on the table and say these are all the ads that russia or russianbacked groups took out on facebook during the two thousand sixteen election trying to sway american democracy yeah well joe i mean mark zuckerberg and facebook have been dragged kicking and screaming to the edge of transparency or about two or three months at first new we're living in denial and public denial that we had nothing to do with this we didn't know this was going on we're not sure this was going on but now the reality is done on this is another reality that occurred yesterday i think for a lot of people all the boys and girls out there watching you saw dick per a republican and you saw mark warner a democrats standing shoulder to shoulder talking about an issue that affects the entire nation our country and karel lee i don't know about new but it was encouraging to finally see some sense of bipartisanship in this polarized town where you live it was an intent they genuinely seem to agree and be working very cooperative together which is a stark contrast to the house.

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"karel" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"karel" Discussed on The Canon

"And it was um it's actually pretty faithful adaptation and the book is really fantastic to i reread it recently and it's just one of those like really spare really short term really just kind of like perfectly clean and fast a little kind of horror satire she know it feels it always heels contemporary i think and the movie is is stars catherine ross and um she is a married woman in manhattan it starts with her moving out of her apartment in manhattan she has two young daughters and her husband decides that they have to move to a town called stamford connecticut which is a fictional town but it's based on like a dairy in the area and i've never been to connecticut but i'm a little scared via well it's very praties as she she goes to this town you know and and and it is soon becomes apparent that he's made this decision she's pretty reluctant to go she's is an aspiring photographer she's very insecure about it she never says she's hautala russia's like i'm a sort of kind of be aspiring you know and um but at every step she kinda of you realize that he he he made all these decisions without her he bought the house you know and a un she gets her she finds out that all the women in the town are these strangely or aggressive kind of was owned out perfect housewives with big boobs and they all dress in length these kind of prairie dresses and um shockingly unsexy yes it is a little i i you know i heard a story i don't know if this is true that though actors who plays karel van sant the the very first woman at home sort of emerge could calling a casserole is they arrive in the down like in this meadow a high exactly she emerges in her little has on the parade rests with the casserole and then later.

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"karel" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"karel" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"The counterterror mission which is primarily to go after alqaeda and her connie network but the train admit the training mission that they have with the afghan military is too take out the taliban to try and beat back the taliban in our story we talked about how president trump during this nsc meeting back in july he looked to a large map and he said you know the taliban are gaining ground while he was right the taliban have gained a lot of ground in 2016 and 2017 has been at somewhat of a mixed bag but they are able still to take ground back from the afghan security forces it's really a a back and forth and a lot of parts of the country especially down in the south and southwest and then up in the east where there's also an isis presence so i mean these are the issues that i think most americans think are are prominent when they're talking about this larger afghanistan strategy the administration's supposed to be coming up with right now very quickly can you explain the 20s one club story because that's also when your report against pretty strange that actually is as my colleague karel lee our new colleague karel leaves reporting on but that has to do with him during the course of this meeting which which the of course is about this larger south asia strategy during the course of the meeting he relayed this this story back about this this popular new york restaurant and how the owners got bad advice and he compared that to the advice he was getting from his us military generals and his us military leaders and what's particularly amazing about that is that it yeah i mean for starters there's there's actually no comparison uh but it's a it's also not the first time that he has cast doubt or criticize people who are giving him advice right he's criticizes intelligence community of course on several different occasions but with the way that it was explained to us by people who are familiar with the meeting was that.

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"karel" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"karel" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"It's the ordinary people and they really really are suffering through mellish but sorry i don't when it when i six of a war i'm not talking about necessarily too massive armed factions going at it allah syria after matt sustained unrest in the streets with the motorcycle gangs that can be borbon one way or the other with police units may be breaking off but i i count see a two or three year wall breaking at won't won't see once it descends into anarchy than the military will step in they'll be a coup something will happen but it at the moment trajectories only negative and karel appoint just on this idea of things nash community and tim's expaining i think quite convincingly that maduro of see rather enjoys this narrative it suits his us against the world the story that he seeking to tell what does that leave the the international committee 'cause you might have those like maybe chevy coburn who would keep his his powder dry on this but the rest of the international community chewy that obligated to make certain pronouncements and say something how how do they play this because it's difficult to say anything that cannot be twisted to the opposite ends by people like madeira yes it's fascinating isn't it i mean jeremy corbyn nerd the british labour labor leaders got into a lot of criticism for his association in the past with china's and maduro as we know tries to claim that he is carrying on that socialist revolution on but of course there are differences that he hasn't gone that.

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"karel" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"karel" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Set at says that it is a significant other i feel like i feel like my them gets caught mike molasses you know i'm i'm just going to be like millions of years in kanafani later i'm just going to be like the sat fly the just wanted to get away from mona but i can senate sell they suggest playing cheat their dare somebody and i must three hey i want to play skin harold data okay skinny girls have won a place girl skinny girl and karel like that carol platt game doesn't even work because no one's ever honest like for instance how old when you when you first had anal and directors like as our hata scots they were at an early lay i would never have acceptable you've yogurt is not in actual this liz in lack gold relive nope mo mo got samsung right you take move lung natural law was went on a make the she added got is he adds that yet hey yeah she's muddy news on she is like inner edge she knew she would be getting even drunk in her head she was like i'll be getting emails about this new surrender usually eleven ever you can always be a fan favorite but do not fuck with the games okay are outside learn in waits at him as with men in minnesota lynn man's rookies many many solely in answering to natural mcnall ira has the skinny girls would you like to late chances i i gotta are not afraid to admit i gotta for my husband but i'll tell you this much i cried i cried like the time i gotta rested for no reason that was put in the hospital on but they doubled expunged from my record as anal sex even though i would mitigate that what am i do we got i love maths.

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"karel" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"karel" Discussed on Here & Now

"Well you know i i don't i i don't know exactly where this is heading i mean remember that the states and the immigrant rights lawyers who challenged the travel ban in the first place for successful in blocking the the order because judges on both coasts agreed that there was a chance it was unconstitutional because it's a ban on muslims so you know the administration's lawyers argued that the injunctions issued by those lower courts prevented them from doing the security review that that had been the the you know the original justification for this temporary travel ban in the first place so um the administration says they have not been able to go were not able to go forward with that security review wall the travel ban was on hold so they say that review only got underway very recently so i i think you know it's it's hard to say in pierce joel rose our national gas correspondent covering immigration gel francs we welcome well in houston a member of the notoriously violent ms thirteen street gang has been arrested and charged with the murder of a student last november giro cheek us remondo was also charged with murdering a rival gang member two days earlier police say he was in the country illegally and had been on the run for months until investigators found in this week the poll of gang life is strong for some young central americans who often come to the us without their families but once in getting out of a gang isn't easy or safe are mondo truly of here now contributor w a m u reports on a program in northern virginia that's helping former gang members start over including erasing the tattoos that kept them bonded to their gangs plus the surgeon karel shapiro is prepping her 18yearold patient one before she starts removing one of his tattoos with a laser scalpels.

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