25 Burst results for "Kasama"

Queen of Polka Dots: Yayoi Kusama

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

02:01 min | 4 months ago

Queen of Polka Dots: Yayoi Kusama

"Going to be talking about the queen of polka dots. Ya ya kasama. You won't hear mya which on miss kong-based that's best moniker right. She's the queen polka dots. And she'll tell you that why she's the queen of pocket and there's like a lightness and darkness to her polka dots. That will get into but I was inspired because we have the mag has a yoke osama piece is called a statue of venus obliterated by infiniti nets. And it's a statue of venus. That's hot pink and she has green polka dots. All over and it's one of our favorite pieces in. It's one of our visitors favorite pieces to because she is like your eyes daylight. yeah in its presence. So but let's talk about ya. So yeah you. Kasama was born on march twenty second nineteen twenty nine in matsumoto nagano and she was born into a family of merchants who owned a plant nursery and seed farm and kasama began drawing pictures of pumpkins and elementary school and created artwork. She saw from hallucinations. Oh eight yep. I was like hallucinations. Who which would which would later define her career. I should mention like from the top first of all. There's a really great documentary about her on hulu. I believe talks about her story. They interview her because she's she's still alive and talks about her work. Yahya kasama once you kind of get her biography. You know exactly what her artwork means. She is very transparent about what this stuff means everything. Traces back to her childhood traces back to her mental health traces back to her like hit her internal world it's very straightforward so her our works both accessible and also easily red oak which is rare for a contemporary artist. So even now she'll do giant pumpkin. These big sculptures polka dots.

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"kasama" Discussed on Inspirational Interviews with Jen Rodd

Inspirational Interviews with Jen Rodd

05:14 min | 9 months ago

"kasama" Discussed on Inspirational Interviews with Jen Rodd

"Had never thought about baz before. I was transfixed by everything that this guy said and it just fascinated me on so many level. I bugged him for about two or three weeks to get out into the field with them. You know the kids listening but they heard all about baz. I was wanting to all my god. This is the best thing in the world so finally replied to me and said okay. I'll i'll pick you up for some field work. So he picked me up at night. It was about nine o'clock at night. It was dark and i thought this is strange. Going out into the field in the darkness. I really thought you were just gonna leave me in the woods. Because i've been pestering him so much. So he picks me up. We drive out kasama camp and instead of taking a left into the forest which is where i automatically through all the bears would be. We took a right into town. The town of berlin new hampshire and he drove up to the garbage dump and at the garbage dump. There were fourteen black bears all sitting on top of the garbage under this full moonlight and it blew me away and we tranquilized bears and chased them to put radio callers on them. In that whole evening changed my life..

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"kasama" Discussed on Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

03:05 min | 11 months ago

"kasama" Discussed on Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

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Jessica Krug suspended after blog post claimed professor pretended to be Black

Ben Shapiro

01:11 min | 1 year ago

Jessica Krug suspended after blog post claimed professor pretended to be Black

"Who is at George Washington University. She's an associate professor in African history of name is Jessica crude, she admitted Thursday. She's actually a culturally to his white. She wrote a life shattering medium post titled the Truth and Anti Black Violence of My Life. He's a self proclaimed historian of politics, ideas and cultural practices in Africa and the African diaspora. She said. For the better part of my adult life, every move I made every relationship I form has been routed in the napalm, toxic soil of lies to an escalating degree over my adult life. I have issued my lived experience as a white Jewish child in suburban Kansas City under various assumed identities within a blackness that I had no right to claim first North African blackness than us rooted blackness, then Caribbean rooted Bronx blackness. I've built my life on a violent anti black life. I've lied in every breath I have taken. She's the author of the book, Fugitive Maternity, Sze Kasama and the Politics and Freedom, which interrogates the political practices and discourses through which those who fled from slavery and the violence of the slave trade in Angola for coherent political communities outside of an in opposition to state politics. She says. There is no parallel form of my adulthood connected to white people or a white community or an alternative white identity. I have lived this life fully completely with no exit plan or strategy. I have no identity outside of this. I have never developed one.

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"kasama" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

08:27 min | 1 year ago

"kasama" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"You feel and see that it's all back now? Because these people vandalised the vandalism, you damn Why people? Why'd you have to do that? You should be its America. You can pay whatever you want, wherever you want. Wait, what? Wait. Start something music. I'm sorry. What? But, Yeah, No, no, no, no, no. I was told that you was reliably informed that you could, but obviously With the reaction of painting on the street just recently. That's not true, because you just can't paint whatever you want anywhere, but they did it. They did the other people then, but you can't paint over that. Why? Because that's not He's polite. Well, they could do it. It's true. The people who painted the yellow letters could I think it would be double plus one good. Oh, that's why no one wants a visit from think pole. So, speaking of crazy Man, Seattle Did you guys check out the pickle? You play this video? This is Seattle City Councilwoman Nachama Sawant, and she decided to lose her ever loving mind. In a video against Jeff Bezos. Sidebar totally here for a moment. So I needed to find some glasses, like actual drinking glasses were broken. So many we've had three left over Like the span of 10 years, my dear. So I am hell bent on not purchasing anything from China. To the extent that I will research where my drinking glasses come from four hours. And I learned all about the anchor hawking company and glass production in Pennsylvania, pre 1990. It's amazing the things I've learned, but I did finally get Some glass where there was not made in China. I could I am livid. At the amount of time that I had to look for it. And I did purchase 23 Amazon. I did. Yeah, You're right. I did. But it's made in the USA and it goes to USA Company with American workers. Was it more expensive? Oh, actually, not as much as I thought it would be. But I'm placed some please. I was happy with it anyway. Long story Short back to my story. Kasama Sawant is mad at Jeff Bezos. Through whose company ordered my made in the USA drinking glasses and she says that we're coming for you and this totally not at all. Unhinged rant. Listen, I have a message for Jeff Bezos and his class. If you attempt again over John, the Amazon tax working people will go all out in the thousands to be teaching. We will and we will not stop there because you see We are fighting for far more than this tax. We are preparing the ground for a different kind of society. And if you Jeff Bezos want to drive that process forward. By lashing out against us in our modest demands, then so be it. Because we are coming for you and your water system. This deeply oppressive, racist, sexist, violist, utterly bankrupt system of capitalism. What is the bankrupt about the system of capitalism? And I can't even deal with this chick no more. Let me get Let me be real with you. I needed meringue powder one day. Guess who store didn't have no more rang powder. All the stores that Dane is by. Guess where? Dana got meringue powder Amazon. Guess where Dana got are made in the USA glasses. Amazon. I'm I hate. Everybody's like, Oh, you know, they don't tow left us. They don't have to Some Republicans, too. But if you have, like, you know, depending on yourself on service, you're donated more than I would ever purchased through Amazon. Anyway, every Muchas through your cell phone bill, which is why you dismissed a Patriot Mobile. Anyway, but Well point is that she seems nuts. And also that is no way that you're going to convince anyone. If someone's like we're coming for you. I'm not going to go. I certainly agree with you. In fact, I'm going to quadruple down before I even double down. I'm going to put all of the downs down. What's gonna happen? And and that I don't think that's crazy. What is she? One of the people who was in chance? Chop I think she was one of because it was like one of the city Council members. That and the mayor. What's your name? Mayor Jenny Summer love. She was dismayed because she protested against the mayor or something. And they were like, Are we all supposed to be friends? I guess you haven't been paying attention to history because revolutionaries always literally snuff out their own Like literally seven says cooperation like we're coming after that. We're coming at you because of the capitalism. Charlie. So saying up there in Seattle so same So this, uh I have a couple of other things as well, including coming up. This was one of the left does not give Literally. Any care at all in the world about free speech. They don't care. They don't care about free speech. Fascinating thing was happening and it happened earlier in the day that it really took off after we were off radio. Harper's magazine. Published a letter on justice and open debate. And the names that were on the list included went in Marsalis. Known Chomsky, Everybody No entrance. Cape J. K. Rowling, Margaret Atwood, Solon Rusty. Ah, bunch of other people. And they were the letter. I was only saying, Look. Our cultural institutions are facing a moment of trial, and they say, powerful protest for and of course, they hit the right. The opening graph, but This is most important and you need to ignore the first offense. Ignore the offense in the first graph. I'm telling you. Here's why They say resistance must not be allowed to harden into its own brand of dogma or coercion. A democratic conclusion we want Khun on. Lee can be achieved only if we speak out against the intolerant climate that has set in. They talk about the cancel culture. They say it's a stifling atmosphere that's going to harm the most vital causes of our time. And all these people signed it. Well, then, the rage mob decided to go by torches and pitchforks or us for again curbside pick up and then they went after all of the people who had their names on this list. And some of them immediately started buckling. Like Oh, I didn't realize the other people whose names were on this list, like somehow free speech has less significance because someone That may be a little bit more right. Leaning and you are had their name. They were a signatory, and that somehow changes the meaning for you. So you're a poser. Is that what you're telling me? Jennifer Finney? Is that what you're telling me? So they it was amazing how they started. These thes people started some of them. Not all of them started walking back. I never thought that, like some of these names on here, 2020 did not have this in my bingo card. Where I would be actually defending some of the names on this list. Take it, but but that damn spider already or I just wanted to make sure I wasn't hallucinating. We're going to talk more about that coming up. We're also going to get into you know Drew Brees. He defended the flag and the anthem. And then he had apologized twice. And then that one college coach had had a Apologize Eleventy 1,000,000 times because he wore a T shirt. But, hey, if you just say some anti Semitic stuff, anti Semitic Lee and quote Hitler then you're just going to get a talking to And it's okay. You know, because yeah. So well, we'll discuss that because that's a bunch of rules and also the veep sweepstakes and then the Tammy Duckworth's fight. Because apparently just f y I. There's nothing to inoculate a member of Congress from deserved criticism over the absolutely crackpot support of removing Washington statues. It's correct Pottery. Let you know. And why does Tommy Tuberville have me blocked? Yeah. He's got it. I don't know..

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"kasama" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"kasama" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Racial justice advocates and organizer's be able to articulate to ourselves and others Why we personally are invested in racial equality and why it matters to white people. That is not a proper way to engage any part of that thought. The Liberty Society. Brings equality regardless of the color of skin. It brings it to the human Right to the person because they have these rites as given to them by nature and nature's law. But what can I say? I'm a liberty guy. Practicing self talk that affirms our complicity. Ices. Um, racism is not our fault, but we are responsible. You're racist. You're guilty. Whether you like it or not. Doesn't matter if you did it. You did it. You see how that works. You see how that goes. Cultivating networks of other white people who are practicing anti racist accomplice Hood So you can talk through your struggles in the work of undoing your own whiteness and showing up his allies and accomplices, so you can challenge and support each other. This comes from a city. This is what it is that they are teaching. Teaching. Then, of course, the trainer's want to go about asking you to. Well, you know, let go of any. Ah, ah, expectations of Presumptions of emotional safety. There's either uninterrupted or immediately restored. You should like Dove comfort. Let go of at times, guaranteed physical safety. You should let go of control over. Other people are over the lands. You should let go of relationships with some other white people. No. You should like, Oh social status niceties from neighbors and colleagues a certainty of your job You should, like, feel it fitting in all the time. Dear Lord. It's a lot of hate. Oh, I'm not allowed to notice because I notice it. That's it. That's my white fragility at work. That that's all that is. Um It is madness. What we're seeing. But this is the city of Seattle. Now you the question you have to ask yourself is how soon is this your city? Is it possibly your city? And when you read that, and you take a look You take a look at And how these things progress. You have to ask yourself. Is this all about police brutality? And of course, the answer is no. The answer's always been. No. This is about the destruction of people and destruction of the mind. You decided group. People are guilty because of the color of their skin. Dear Lord, I don't know what other kind of bigotry you've got out there, but I'm out. I want no part of it. Thank you very much, and it is flat out bigotry, but it is all part and parcel. All the destruction that people are going for. It's about destruction, distrust, destroying Western culture. We've discussed it many times. You want more proof? Let's go back to Seattle. There is a city Councilwoman, and I think you pronounce your name Kasama want K a H A. M. A. He is a full on socialist. She is a true socialist she makes. Jenny Durkin, the mayor of Seattle, looked like a Republican. Which is a great line from twitchy and I stole the line and and and well done to them. There is something called the Amazon tax. It was going to be a payroll tax was going be used to help the homeless and how housing Well, it got fought by Amazon and other businesses, and they were victorious in it, just like Seattle went for $15 an hour minimum wage and then had to backtrack on it. So now there's something else going on the jumpstart Seattle tax right? Because, after all, they've been hurt by Corona viruses that in the other and they're gonna keep taxing the people. Well, the Socialists want Makes a video which very much looks like one of those videos terrorists would make threatening the U. S. And she says this to Jeff Bezos of Amazon. I have a message for Jeff Bezos.

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New opportunity to boost Indonesia-Australia economic ties - The Jakarta Post

Between The Lines

12:55 min | 1 year ago

New opportunity to boost Indonesia-Australia economic ties - The Jakarta Post

"Few international problems in the post world war. Two era have proved difficult for our nation as development of friendly policy towards indonesia. Just think about it. Jakarta's annexation of west papua in nine hundred sixty to the attempted coup d'etat and successful counter-coup by the indonesian army that was nineteen sixty five the invasion of as. Taymor seventy five. The dili massacre ninety. One the east team or mission in ninety nine. And who can forget the controversies over terror. Attacks live cadillacs bullpens successive wives of boatpeople this spying revelations and drug trade and of course those executions so has president jarkko daito or jacuzzi or jacoby as he's known has. His visit marked a new era in australia. Indonesia relations this week to cowie was only the second indonesian leader to address a joint sitting of parliament and he came to camera bearing a gift. He's approval of the trade deal between our two countries. Greg feely is associate professor of indonesian politics at the australian national university's college of asia and the pacific and diming kingsbury is professor international politics at deakin university in melbourne. greg damian. Welcome back to our in. Thank you now damien. Does that you kelly visit this week. Does that maka a dramatic breakthrough in australia. Indonesia relations look it's a really positive sign and it does mock an improvement in relations but i don think in itself comprises an entirely new relationship. It's just a step in the right direction. Okay so the the relationship still presumably dogged by bitterness and suspicion but it was obvious support and even warmth towards education from both sides of politics gregg fairly. Yes that's right i think The y.`all would characterize it is the jacobi visa was building on the breakthrough which is the comprehensive economic partnership agreement. That was signed early last year. And what saw with dakota's visa was. He's personal preparedness and preparedness. He's government to really put its white behind the agreement. I think a lot of people think the agreement in pie terms is very good but the question is canopy implemented properly. Can the red type be cleared away in indonesia. Can we persuade australian businesses to invest more Generously in indonesia and i think the jacoby visa guy very positive signs for that still a lot of things to done for that The potential of that agreement to be realized but it was really good. Move in that direction. Again it's been said that. The many lingering suspicions profile in jakarta indonesians still resent l leading role insecure in a team os independence because it was more than twenty years ago. Yes i think One of the ironies here he said indonesia now has very good relations with east t- more and he's teamer leaders Fighted in fact when i go to jakarta and the strata is still has this legacy of suspicion towards indonesia. I think you have to back. Partly in history this great saints vulnerability that Many asians feel that logic countries or large countries around them at trying to split up their country to conduct. Bulkin is it and the ace taymor. Even though he's team always not part of the original borders of the dutch colony. Die still feel that as team will confirmed that Other countries have these designs upon the country and upon its unity and after his team. More focusing shifted to papa. This strategy may still want to divide papua dining. You've written a lot about west papua and at the heart of the standoff in two thousand and six paul showed that something like seventy five percent of australian supported independence for the former dutch colony. This why the indonesians are uneasy about estrada's position. He certainly one of the issues in the makeup of mistrust and complexity in the relationship There's there's been longstanding depths in jakarta's to either strang government doesn't do more to acquire pro-separatist Sentiment in australia. They believe the particularly the ngo sector has played a role in stirring up separatist sentiment in west. Papua and there is Continuing concern that australia has too much of a focus particularly on eastern indonesia which is also the poorest part of the country. Well how then do we bridge. These divides greg. I mean to. What extent is this new free. Try deal. This is the so-called indonesia australia comprehensive economic partnership agreement. Ten years in the making to what extent does that he'll these divisions. I don't know that it heals the divisions poseidon. I think many of the the list of things you you sit out at the beginning of the interview. I think we have always had the potential. I knew things like that to occur but one of the consistently underperforming parts of the bilateral relationship has been the economic ties and so this comprehensive agreement will hopefully see much more economic activity between the two countries and that in itself might provide some kind of deepest ability but if the economic relationship expand by site thirty to forty percents in the next few years diamond. Wouldn't the free try deal really mocking important development for the relationship a look. There's no question that it's an important step in in in strengthening relationship. This guy is back to what gareth evans was talking about in the nineteen eighties. Where he said we needed to add ballast to the relationship unbalanced. He meant if we can get a strong economic relationship between australia and indonesia implies than the rest of it will follow behind because there will be a an upfront primary interest in preserving the economic relationship. And that's always been a difficulty. In the relations destroy and strength companies have invested in indonesia but not to a great extent. The head found difficulties. There this free trade agreement certainly opens up more opportunity for investments and tried but again and again as greg has alluded to. I think the question will be. How much strategies is to take out this opportunity and whether or not they say the the problems of doing business in indonesia over combat is free trade agreement whether or not there's going to be impediments to a greater degree of engagement. My guests greg. Feely from new in camera and damien. Kingsbury from deacon in melvin. And here's a little fun fact. This is according to the australian this week. It was chris. Bowen the library from benca podcast on iran and between the lines. It was chris bowen in his shirt who walked away the most chuffed with these brave. Jacoby interaction we he. The president complimented bowen's flawless fluency in indonesian. Little known fact chris. Bowen speaks indonesian now. A few years ago china's president she addressed indonesia's legislature to great fanfare. So the fees guy. Now what's the nature of the relationship now between jakarta and beijing greg. There's a lot of similarities between indonesia's relations with china and distributors Janis niger economic partner for indonesia. It's also niger investor in the country indonesia's increasing the Pot of china's belt and road initiative. So it's getting a lot of development money. These increasing penetration of lodge chinese corporations building infrastructure for example hospitalized row link between the capital jakarta and the regional capital abandon So there's a. There's a lot of economic activity happening and president. She has very good personal relationship with prisoner jacoby but they're also tensions. One of the tensions is chinese fishing boat incursions into indonesian territorial waters In near the south china sea in the name of the island of tuna and that causes a lot of angst in indonesia sometimes confrontation between Nio vessels of both countries. Another problem is a fairly high level of underwent lying suspicion towards the chinese in indonesia so this often bubbles politically to the surface in indonesia and people say that indonesia is at risk of losing some sovereignty to the chinese and so this is always a break for a leader. Such as jacoby who badly needs chinese investment and the development expertise if he saying as Ext doing that excessively will then he will be attacked for that. Well could chana's rise than i mean. It's obviously threatening. The integrity of sovereign states around the region diamond could could china's roz helped draw camera and jakarta even closer. Yes look there's been a discussion now going back several years in canberra about a closest security relationship within the news yet it seems to be a natural hartman in the region Geography i think determines that to a large extent but our strategic interests similar in relation to china about countries want to have a strong economic relationship with china We want to have china's investments and tried to sell into china but we also want to limit china's expansion in the region strategic rich particularly in the south china sea and In relation to them turner islands which is at the southwest of the south china saying there is neither lapping climbed by china and indonesia. And that's what to the tensions of mid january this year. What we're seeing though is. Indonesia is welcoming china roman hand but in terms of economic growth and development but in terms of china's growing strategic runyon ambition. There's a great deal of skepticism. I think in indonesia as the reason chinandega familiar story. Now let's turn finally gentlemen to indonesia internally. Let's get your reaction to something. The indonesian journalist. Julia sirak osama. This is what she told my. Rn colleague andrew west. This week joey. His record on democracy and human rights has declined and in fact now many activists think that not just activists observers think that democracy indonesia has lowest point in twenty years. It is ironic since when we had the reform era after suharto stepped down. That was supposed to be the beginning of democratization in indonesia but that has opened up a pandora's box and released all the traditional religious conservatives and mainly religious groups has sacrificed human rights. And what he says in a book phobia and intolerance for the sake. Offline call stability. Indonesian journalist julia sura kasama on iran's religion and ethics program. This week diming kingsbury. Look i think that Jacoby has moved in a couple of areas which have raised eyebrows. About his commitment to a plurality and human rights particular around the issues of religion and religious tolerance and so on. But broadly. I think jacoby is an inheritor of the reform tradition particularly that started by cecilia among indiana and that he really is deepening and embedding democratic practice. If we some limitations around the edges. Yeah well greg failure. I mean it's often argued that indonesia the fourth because nation in the world. We tend to forget that. It represents a persistent triumph of democracy this the nation journalists big for a lot of activists when she says that the indonesian ideal of tolerance really has been destroyed. So i think it's probably i'll i think she's somewhat. This is always a matter of the bites. Don't mean any disrespect to julius Sort of kasuma but Under jacoby in fact. Religious tolerance has somewhat improved on democracy. Some of the things that jacoby has initiated have really harmed the quality of democracy and there are several things that are being discussed by. he's government wrought now and by the parliament which if implemented could be a considerable reversal. He wouldn't stop indonesia being a democracy. But it would reduce the quality of the democracy greg damian and important discussion. Thanks so much again for being on our end

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"kasama" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

08:29 min | 1 year ago

"kasama" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"For cabinet sept secretary episode one twenty five on game day the opening day of the trial of the century Mister Raney Kasama house are so the football doing so there's a lot of talk still out there about immediate dismissal of all of this just get rid of it forget about the impeachment use use the the the powers image for call of the Senate Republican today first thing at the box what you to dismiss it move on yeah exactly and and and as far as I'm concerned that couldn't be that couldn't be more dangerous than the rationale is this you have to understand this there is an election this year and there is a Democrat policy any media establishment just looking for excuses looking really for something for the Democrats to Ronald between here in November there is no doubt the the the Alan Dershowitz is a is a great constitutional lawyer expert but the dismissal crowd I think talking about the uncle still can now he'll figure out what team he's on his ribs in the constitution still holds on on on on the same sideline he's representing the constitution up that but then the the dismissal crowd to be unconstitutional to credit then not concerned with the reelect of president Donald John trump in November they aren't thinking about November the no campaign is then all political communications people they know in the business of having the president's back and then not in the business of having the market movements back and that's why we need consciousness but we also need people will have people who rise above the partisan fray but we also need the partisans with thinking about the election we need to start just to understand the following there is nothing more potent and dangerous than than unfinished business and politics and this will be considered unfinished business not even just as far as the Democrats in the meter is concerned there are a lot of the public who will be out there and look at the singer we had all of that in the house and we didn't get the full of it in the Senate you wasted everyone's like I have the weapons ation of Bloomberg also his one billion dollars going to come down on your hands on that story went you know the news to listen to the show every day three or four times a day I know you you guys get it no but since they're the genius of the CDS on that's all geniuses right yeah and then the but but for the ordinary person out there who perhaps isn't following this line by line they may see especially of Bloomberg pays them to see this the dismissal as as as a very very dangerous political rather McGinley what say you I say that they should not go for a motion to dismiss right away a motion to dismiss is not a judge it's not even a site a judgment on the factor first of heating and leave it as an option to begin with right he did not rules why did he do that I think it's because what they want to do is get through the opening arguments they want to get through the Senate or questions they want to have the debate over the whether to call additional witnesses shoot that down and then they can go to the argument over what's the body of evidence that's going to form the basis for the exoneration of Donald J. trump which is going to narrow the record that sent over by the house let me say this a motion to dismiss is not a judgment on the facts it's as a matter of law right what really what they're teeing up is summary judgment which is of all the facts that have been done thus far this needs to be dismissed Donald J. trump needs to be acquitted he needs to be exonerated it's a far better way to do this in an election year it's a far better way to do it to protect the vulnerable Senate Republicans it's a far better way to do it so that the American people understand there was a factual discussion there was an examination of the record they scrutinized everything that the house down in a summary judgment is of a punch right your mouse that's right so one take a step back here though I mean Democrats are already pivoting to this thing getting dismissed him being out of hand whether it's on a vote whether it's an immediate vote whether it's a a short term vote Democrats know they can't win here just to be clear there is a zero point zero percent chance the president Donald Trump is going to be removed they're already looking past this impeachment trial they're looking to their next impeachment trial they're looking to the election how to keep the drama going even after we go through a bill is you brilliant bill is you wouldn't scribe the shortcomings in their case and how we pick this apart are we ever going to completely caught the Democrats on this unless we were to go and have the full trial we along didn't we shift and the whistle blowers a blue or brown and all of them but the frame the framework that McConnell has set up allows everybody to do that because you review the record of the house let me say this they've been in one right in the house of the record how says none of our side in that's right but they're already spending their loss right what they're doing is as you said they already understand that the president's gonna be acquitted he's going to be exonerated before the Senate they are spending their loss and what they're trying to do is delegitimize what the Senate's going to do before it even begins its proceedings this is exactly the reason that Nancy Pelosi really made a mistake when she violated her own standard on impeachment it needs to be bi partisan it needs to be compelling it needs to be overwhelming instead it was the only bi partisanship was to not impeach in it was underwhelming in flimsy evidence re record that's was sent from the how they'll be sent from the house over to the Senate they failed every policy test on impeachment grow quickly for go to break let's talk about the polling where is the nations stand today were human Jason as we as we get as game day approaches so the media pull this out this morning has everyone on the left completely a flutter is CNN has a pull out sing the fifty one percent of the public favors impeachment and removal of the president if the exact same time to show morning Joe morning Joe was like wave in this round the entire show I mean literally you would've thought it was like an original signed copy of the constitution you know like what could I scored a holy grail what can I scored in the yard sale hold the thing up Gallup though if the exact same time as fifty one percent of the public opposing impeachment in so here's where you see kind of a little bit of a baseline both polls have president trump's approval rating job approval rating right around forty three forty four percent so where this all comes down to it's the way you ask the questions it's to your sampling here's the bottom line folks we have divided country we have people who are it all comes down to the swing states where we saw Georgia which is a tree swing they were fifty seven percent opposed but it's the swing states the swing districts turn out the base keep your people fired up yeah can this trial the way my account set up in thirty seconds can can McConnell can we can we undivided the country through this trial yes and the way they did do that is to allow both sides to present their arguments but you don't give the house managers a pass like they had in that in the in the house impeachment proceedings in so I think once the people watch the entirety of the proceedings before the Senate if the McConnell rules are adopted as it is they'll see that both sides have an equal opportunity to present their case in equal opportunity to argue for or against new witnesses and at the end of that fair process were both sides have equally divided time equal opportunities to present their case it results in the exoneration of Donald J. trump nobody's gonna have any sort of a basis for any argument that this trial was anything but fair in print granted the president the due process he was denied the house where he and yet the book because of the site in the show we're we're now one of the top new sites and podcasts in the country yeah that's right and when we come back so just wanted to give you guys a final look at the CNN poll the things that CNN won't tell you were in the cross tabs of this CNN poll stay tuned for that okay we're live on Capitol Hill we're gonna return with for me peach me in just a second this is Curtis Ellis putting America first did you know we can't even make wedding Downton prom dresses in the United States anymore the entire labor force the know how even the materials that go into this clothing are now made in China so much of what we used to make ourselves now made in China even bibles the vast majority of bibles distributed in America are printed in red China now what could possibly go wrong with entrusting the word of god to an atheistic dictatorship that bands Christmas bulldozers churches in jails pastors well the Chinese Communist Party now says it's going to re write the Bible and make god's word follow the Socialist Party line another already.

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"kasama" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"kasama" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Ninety three point one K. of BK president trump is accusing Democrats of defending the Iranian journal who was recently killed in US airstrike in Iraq talking with reporters at the White House John called a Kasama soul imeni the number one terrorist in the world critics have argued that the order to kill so many jeopardize US troops and diplomats in the volatile Middle East ever talking with ABC news correspondent Erin to Turkey in New York and Erin a review of the Pensacola Naval Air Station shooting turned up some very disturbing fact well we're gonna compare them according to the Attorney General William Barr with technical stating the obvious motivated by a jihadist ideology we now know that the attack lasted for fifteen minutes about eight minutes in is when law enforcement or maybe to him to engage the suspect but only after he had shot and killed three people and the authorities said today that they were expelling from military training twenty one other Saudis not because they had any involvement in the attack but because some of them were found to have on their computer child **** others were searching call anti American content so this is by no means the sum total of the people from Saudi who are in training there these are people who have grounds for being expelled from the base so determined by the Saudis I mean look business we've got them anything to do with the attack and the Pentagon is going out of its way to say Jeez we out of that these people a little better so I think they they felt like they had to do something to to reassure Americans that they're on top of the eight hundred or so foreigners who have special dispensation to enter the country and and and get trained by the US military bases around the nation some of them are currently allowed to have guns if they also have a hunting license or some other special circumstance is there going to be a review beyond this of how to proceed going forward with people in training from other countries I mean they said that that they will work on getting people from foreign countries to come to the US and and that's just part of the package deal in the U. S. cells military hardware to other countries part of the deal is they get to send out some of their military troops to the United States to learn how to use the stuff and and not been the case for a long time here the Pentagon has said it they probably need to do a better job of getting the people to make sure they don't harbor anti American sentiment now there's another thing to work here with this particular student Mohammed also money twenty one years old but but the Attorney General said it was clear to him he was motivated by a jihadist ideology Erin to Turkey ABC news thanks as always for your time thank you all right in traffic.

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"kasama" Discussed on The Watch

The Watch

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"kasama" Discussed on The Watch

"Does it need to be coherent? And it just gesture thing the sorts of discussions I've been having with with with people since seeing the movie like does it have to be more. And if it's trying to be more and doesn't quite come together to hold that against it. You know, it's nineteen ninety nine movies week on the ringer. So I've obviously been seeking a lot about movies like fight club in the matrix that is wide Shuten all sorts of films that have been going to be written about on the site this week that you can read about right now. And you know, I recently did a rewatch Ables about the matrix live. And you know, there's plenty of things in the matrix that don't make any sense, but they filmmakers created a world and. Which the fact that those things didn't make any sense didn't matter, and I think that alternate is my main critique of us, which I should say up front. I had a blast watching. I think has uniformly great performances, especially lupita, but it digitally really really big fan of both Elizabeth mosses possibly even a bigger fan of Rosa chugging Oba th boss than the silent scream one. But if I had a critique of the film, it would be the movies entertainment value is somewhat dependent and tied to tethered even two hits coherence, and so we're gonna talk a little bit about. I guess if you haven't figured it out already. We'll go into spoiler territory here. But you know, the two rather expository speeches that are given about the the sort of existence of this underworld in the tunnels, and what the tethered are. And you know, what what is sort of prompted this uprising among them. I think works much better in terms of it being like a tool kit for a reading of the political nature of the film. But not so great as storytelling for what is actually happening at the bottom of escalator. Yeah. I would I would agree with that. And that sort of what I mean, or, but I totally agree. And and that's that question of, you know, if the movie stakes territory, where it has to make sense, you know, literally, and it doesn't is that you know, obviate or exclude it's kind of figurative power. It's kind of metaphorical intent, and you know, my heart sank a bit at the exposition, my heart. In Saint a little some of the some of the staging towards the end. And I thought some of the movies emphases in a weird place. I wrote in my piece that I thought that last shot, which some people are reading quite powerful. And I think as an ideas quite powerful, I thought felt weirdly board from another movie from a few years ago called the invitation directed by by by by Karen Kasama, like I do think the movies if not entertainment value. I think it's ultimate satisfaction. Value is tied. You know, two things adding up it's it's very I haven't read too many people compared to 'em night Chamlan. But that's what made me think of because there is a twist that is kind of necessary to complete not just the narrative logic of the movie, but like the emotional logic of the movie and just the whole existence of the story. And you know, I think well that twist to satisfying some of the mechanics of getting us. There are a little wonky. And you know, as I tried to say in my piece, and I don't know what you. Think of this get out of some of that same wonky nece. But like the core idea is genius. And revelatory, it just has that feeling of like reality stripping away skin. When the movie says what's going on? You're like, wow, that's really brilliant in us. I feel like there's five or six things that are trying to be that moment, and I wouldn't say they cancel each other out. But it just feel somewhat muddled to me, even if a lot of it is very smart, then movie, you know, you mentioned the invitation another movie that I thought about while watching us was ten Cloverfield lane, which I think is rather underrated. It's a obviously a sort of an extension of the Cloverfield universe. And it came out a couple of years ago. Dan, Trachtenberg directed Andy Michel had a hand in the screenplay for that. And the thing that movie did that I thought was really interesting was limiting the perspective..

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"kasama" Discussed on Rotated Views

Rotated Views

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"kasama" Discussed on Rotated Views

"So so so on one wall, you have a panel of I didn't know if they were for sale, I didn't know what was going on. But it's you you sell sneakers out of the. Yeah. So we do like assignment thing. A friend of mine, Mark, call themselves sneak this that's a sneaker thing. And we just do like, you know, Kasama people can bring shoes in you know, we get a percentage of it. We sell it for them. You know, it's pretty simple. It's no extra money. Sure. People are for sneaker. So it's it's a good business. That's he's heavy into Snickers games. I like I buy Las Vegas, but it's it's for personal use for yourself electoral where everything eventually, I'll give it to charity, whatever. But sometimes I've really keep an eye on that. No, one get it as cool. And so in a way, you're the way everything set up here at this location. There's kind of like levels, right? He so then you go up a couple of steps I didn't really count. I normally do have this weird thing steps they way. So you go about up like two or three steps and then like three or four snap. I forget what it was. So. I think it's like seven step. Okay. Go up before we walk through steps. I don't know if you knew that room to left that's where the tattoo studio. Yeah. Yeah. So you probably I didn't say I should it's kind give you guys a tour before we start. But yes, when you woke up seven steps, and then you're like on the platform. That's world of girls are good as cool because this is why I love this building. Because there's two sets of stairs down there as both. You know, they both have seven steps and is doors. So you can close it off you close them off. So now, it's like their own side. But we are in the same building right right there on your own side. And we are on rowdy being close it down. Exactly. Pretty much close especially the one because it's kind of like in the part where two girls are. But one is like that one stairway. We've kind of like we came up when we first came in. But because you walk into like, the Darah like color room, and then it's like the sink room dinner. Right. That's where you the girls are. So that's that's why we're loves building. Because it loud my vision, which was the which was crazy to have everyone in the same building. But a separate. Yeah. So is it is this building split level though? Because I felt like we're on the street, and we pulled up you saw just a salon. There was no real steps. It just looked like it was that level. Yeah. No steps out front. Okay. Probably three or four steps there. And yeah history. Good stuff to come up here. Obviously. Gotcha. So the back the shop is that was that they're a you extended back, and that was there that was all there. I didn't do anything to the building. Like, okay, it's structural a little bit where to detach a role where we kind of made it a little bit bigger. Okay. But that was it. They absolutely. I was actually really big then. Yeah. It was big. Well, actually, did not added like once again, we won't go, and I'll show you. But I ended up aathroom down where the guys are so good on bathroom than the girls have their own bear from which is down down there. So got your suit. You have the a couple of little things going on businesses within Bizet's? How does that work when it comes to working business hours? So, you know, because I know tattoos shops tend to stay open real late, obviously, depend on the owner, and you know, their style and then barbershops. I guess it's changed over the years. I know they had traditional hours. I know when goose when you got I started. I mean, it was you had basic traditional hours. And then all of a sudden you see seen shops open on Sundays and Mondays like well. Okay. And then all of a sudden to open seven in the morning. I mean, I will I I drive past. I think is Phil shop I guess by stadiums that Phil show. Okay. Random like, seven o'clock in someone's in their cutting hair..

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"kasama" Discussed on Rotated Views

Rotated Views

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"kasama" Discussed on Rotated Views

"So so so on one wall, you have a panel of I didn't know if they were for sale, I didn't know what was going on. But it's you you sell sneakers out of the. Yeah. So we do like assignment thing. A friend of mine, Mark, call themselves sneak this that's a sneaker thing. And we just do like, you know, Kasama people can bring shoes in you know, we get a percentage of it. We sell it for them. You know, it's pretty simple. It's no extra money. Sure. People are for sneaker. So it's it's a good business. That's he's heavy into Snickers games. I like I buy Las Vegas, but it's it's for personal use for yourself electoral where everything eventually, I'll give it to charity, whatever. But sometimes I've really keep an eye on that. No, one get it as cool. And so in a way, you're the way everything set up here at this location. There's kind of like levels, right? He so then you go up a couple of steps I didn't really count. I normally do have this weird thing steps they way. So you go about up like two or three steps and then like three or four snap. I forget what it was. So. I think it's like seven step. Okay. Go up before we walk through steps. I don't know if you knew that room to left that's where the tattoo studio. Yeah. Yeah. So you probably I didn't say I should it's kind give you guys a tour before we start. But yes, when you woke up seven steps, and then you're like on the platform. That's world of girls are good as cool because this is why I love this building. Because there's two sets of stairs down there as both. You know, they both have seven steps and is doors. So you can close it off you close them off. So now, it's like their own side. But we are in the same building right right there on your own side. And we are on rowdy being close it down. Exactly. Pretty much close especially the one because it's kind of like in the part where two girls are. But one is like that one stairway. We've kind of like we came up when we first came in. But because you walk into like, the Darah like color room, and then it's like the sink room dinner. Right. That's where you the girls are. So that's that's why we're loves building. Because it loud my vision, which was the which was crazy to have everyone in the same building. But a separate. Yeah. So is it is this building split level though? Because I felt like we're on the street, and we pulled up you saw just a salon. There was no real steps. It just looked like it was that level. Yeah. No steps out front. Okay. Probably three or four steps there. And yeah history. Good stuff to come up here. Obviously. Gotcha. So the back the shop is that was that they're a you extended back, and that was there that was all there. I didn't do anything to the building. Like, okay, it's structural a little bit where to detach a role where we kind of made it a little bit bigger. Okay. But that was it. They absolutely. I was actually really big then. Yeah. It was big. Well, actually, did not added like once again, we won't go, and I'll show you. But I ended up aathroom down where the guys are so good on bathroom than the girls have their own bear from which is down down there. So got your suit. You have the a couple of little things going on businesses within Bizet's? How does that work when it comes to working business hours? So, you know, because I know tattoos shops tend to stay open real late, obviously, depend on the owner, and you know, their style and then barbershops. I guess it's changed over the years. I know they had traditional hours. I know when goose when you got I started. I mean, it was you had basic traditional hours. And then all of a sudden you see seen shops open on Sundays and Mondays like well. Okay. And then all of a sudden to open seven in the morning. I mean, I will I I drive past. I think is Phil shop I guess by stadiums that Phil show. Okay. Random like, seven o'clock in someone's in their cutting hair..

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"kasama" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"kasama" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Buy now, probably one of the most talented families I've ever met give the movie a look. You're listening to bulls eye. I'm Jesse thorn KARN. Kasama just directed. This movie. It is called destroyer. We'll talk a little bit more about the movie, particularly in just a minute. But Carney's a really unique voice in film right now. Her debut was the critically acclaimed drama girl, fight movie about a female boxer Kasama based on her own time in the ring, then she established herself as an Archer of genre films in two thousand five she directed the science fiction, film, EON flocks, the horror movies, the invitation and Jennifer's body came after that. And now there is destroyer a dark and complex crime drama told largely in flashback it stars. Nicole Kidman who plays Aaron bell LAPD detective as young cop bell was placed undercover with gang in the California desert. Things didn't end. Well, the case she was on was never put to rest when the leader of. That gang reemerges over a decade later bell reopens the case Kidman's character is haunted by her memory of the past. And it's put a strain on her relationship with her daughter Shelby who has started acting out. She drinks she skipped school. She has a fake ID in this clip. Aaron is sitting in Chinese restaurant with her daughter things get very heavy. I'm the one who's bad..

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"kasama" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"kasama" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Welcome back to bulls. Hi, I'm Jesse thorn, my guest car in Kasama directed the new film destroyer starring Nicole Kidman. It's out in theaters now Kusaba also directed EON, flux, the invitation and Jennifer's body the cult horror comedy classic from two thousand nine I wanna play a scene from your film, Jennifer's body, two thousand nine this is film that a lot of folks that I know who love this kind of movie love absolutely without without reservation some time. But yes, I'm happy. It's about two high school best friends too young women named needy and Jennifer played by Amanda, sea freight, and Megan FOX and Megan FOX's character is possessed by a demon that leads her to literally consume people and particularly her boyfriend's in this clip from the movie, Jennifer, who's the one with the demon inside her calls up her best friend, who's also, by the way, kind of in love with her and talks about how great it is to be possessed by demon essentially. Cuddle up. I feel so. For you. For the first time feels like your entire body vibrate. Yeah. Good. That's nice. Still a little bit depressed about the giant smoldering funeral pirate. Move on dot org needy. It's.

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"kasama" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"kasama" Discussed on The Big Picture

"The sort of a woman dirties herself up ugly FIS herself for performance, Shirley Seren. Monster is definitely the most famous example of this in destroy Nicole Kidman plays a hard bitten, Los Angeles cop. We see her in sort of two phases of her life one as a young undercover police officer, and the the centrally the big thing that she's working on and then later in her life after something has gone terribly awry, and the choices that she makes to further complicate her life in I guess, she's in her fifties. In the movie, it's a very dirty crime, e eighty style crime thriller to live and die in LA is the movie that most reminded me of I get the sense that you were not as. Into it. I liked it. It was a real LA movie. I think it is an Kasama makes great LA movies. The actual Nicole Kidman performance. It does fit into the archetype that name and wrote about which is woman dirties herself. It also fits into a sub-genre called Nicole Kidman wears a wig. And I'm quite familiar with this type of performance now. And you know, I think it's part of just because she doesn't want to get her hair down all the time. So she just wears a lot of wigs and some of the week performances are better than others. I've seen three week performances this year because she wears one in boy raised and then she wears to wigs in destroyer. And I think I said to you my review is when the Nicole Kidman wig performances or competing with each other. It's a little it's too meta for me. I can't really invest in the reality of the character. And I think this is an interesting case where there was too much Nicole Kidman meta text for me to invest in her performance. That's an interesting idea. I don't want to undersell the wig issuers, an aquaman, or the crab claw hand. Either. A lot of prosthetics work from her this year. She also has a broken nose memorably in this movie. She's famous for her nose work, the hours share. Yeah. The meta text ideas, really interesting. I think that it's a little hard to watch Nicole Kidman now at the stage of her career. Great actress, though, she is and not feel like you're watching a coal Kidman. Try something new and doing in boy a race. I think she's very good. But she's doing a voice she's doing an accent. And you you're like, okay, you're doing the accent a good accent, even a bad. Accent is just you're doing a thing. And I don't think we're necessarily as a showy performer, but she share something with Shirley's in that she still just so incredibly beautiful she's in her fifties. And she's an overpowering glamorous movie star that transformation feels like the performance. It feels like the conversation is happening while you're watching the movie, and it's a little hard to get away from that. And maybe in some ways, it takes away from the movie, and maybe in some ways, it makes the movie work, you know. I think it's kind of remarkable. Adam also noted in this piece, how authentic she seems as like a twenty five year old cop. You know, like, you don't think so I wasn't going to bring this out on. I mean, and I don't mean to Nicole Kidman is wonderful was like the age. I didn't buy that. I'm sorry. Okay. That's good. She plays. Opposite Sebastian standard. We're meant to believe their contemporaries, they didn't quite get there. And in some ways I liked that. They didn't try to use a fight her too much. Just like you. You have suspended disbelief the other way for so long that you can suspend disbelief that she is twenty something. Yes. But I was suspending it kinsman nominated for Golden Globe. It'll be interesting to see if she weirdly, I could see a world in which she or blunt are kind of on the outside looking at I want to talk a little bit about bird box. Okay. Let me talk solo because I watched working Earl instead of watching a box. I don't need. We don't need to talk about the movie Burbach. Okay on Netflix right now. It stars Sandra. Bullock. But I wanna talk about the. Bird box effect, and what it means for Roma. Okay..

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Nicole Kidman, Jenkins And LAPD discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

Nicole Kidman, Jenkins And LAPD discussed on Morning Edition

"Been pretty busy. She is currently starring in three movies as the Queen of Atlantis in aquaman as supportive mother in the drama. Boy raced and as a broken down LAPD detective in destroyer that last one dark thriller comes out tomorrow. And let's just say it's a counterpoint to Christmas cheer. Jenkins with me. What? Yeah. He wanted that call me with names. Jeff. Golly. With names. NPR's mandalit del Barco interviewed Kidman, and our director car Kasama about the making of destroyer and destroyer. Nicole Kidman looks like a hot mess. Puffy? Red is dull shoveled hair, no makeup Wetherby

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"kasama" Discussed on Little Gold Men

Little Gold Men

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"kasama" Discussed on Little Gold Men

"I'm like, oh, because I mean, not just because it's in Scotland, but because Taylor shared, who I think is the distinctive reason why. Why that film stood out is not a part of it. So yeah, I should mention that David McKenzie is himself Scotsman, so that makes more sense. But yeah, like tiller Sheller Sheridan is kind of cowboy poet who is now directing his own movies doesn't need, you know a outside help. I guess you're right Joanna to hell or high water pretty much had the more of the Sheridan stamp on it than the McKenzie's we should say is that I think we all three of us enjoyed startup, which was a dip McKenzie's earlier feature. And also I I like young Adam, which is a much earlier if you did, so it's not like didn't MacKenzie was like nobody direct water. But like I, I'm curious because I have a hard time drawing a line that connects start up to hell or high water to what we saw out long. So I don't know that I have a sense of what it is. David McKenzie himself could do our friends of the podcast. David Simpson, Griffin Newman have a podcast called blank check where they kind of go through directors, Hoover's and concern to identify the moment when they got the sort of quote, unquote, blank, check, direct, whatever they wanted, and hell or high water. McKenzie made have been that movie. I mean, it did well, it got nominated for bunch of Oscars. He's obviously been working for a long time and and critically praised, you know, all that. So it's interesting to see that when he was finally given what Mon Mike call a bigger budget that he went this more traditional route, but like maybe that's safer or maybe it's just frankly as Scots Scottish person, it was just what appealed to him to talk about movies. We haven't seen yet for one more time. I wanted to point to this photo that we debuted after come yesterday of Nicole Kidman in the car and Kasama movie destroyer, which is also going to Toronto and then opens on December twenty. Fifth, I talked to aren't Kasama and her husband who is the film screenwriter on the phone and just kind of got a sense of what the movie is going to be. When I heard that we're going to be debut in a photo of Nicole Kidman in the movie, I was intriguing and saw the photo and kind of couldn't believe the extent to which it was a transformation because Kidman has transformed, went announcer playing Virginia Woolf without famous prosthetic nose, but she hasn't done the full on. I think this is the. And move, or you like truly physically transform yourself for a role. And I thought the the photo itself was really intriguing. Did it? Did it strike you guys as much as it struck me? Oh, yeah, very much. So. I mean, I, you know, a Nicole Kidman is for a huge movie star. Like someone who always picks interesting things like goes interesting places. And yeah, the photo is striking and the movie itself. I've been kind of aware of previous to the photo because you know it's Karen Kasama who directed who did the invitation back in two thousand fifteen. That was great. Grim really well well-constructed thriller. And then you know, Kasama got this bigger project to work on with that was her first movie in like six years because she had directed Jennifer's body, which was interesting, but like not huge success in the she'd been directing televisions and sense. It was a comeback of sorts. Right, exactly. And, and you know, it's always interesting to see what people do with the project after the comeback. You know. And so I'm just curious about, you know, the thing is it's going to well..

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"kasama" Discussed on Happy Hour

Happy Hour

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"kasama" Discussed on Happy Hour

"Pod at I'll check your voicemail co someone by number Kasama by contact name. Revolutionary stuff on. I. I said this in the shape before the speaker phone on the hind feet is pretty good, use a law, but it just train your brain to think that the hippo does fine coups in fact, to make the call, I either make it or answered on the iphone first and then handed off every time is is not good, is a pain and then and then you'll brains like, oh, yeah, coming cooling talking the other day and it's like, cool thing. You can do stupid. They're apparently going to dress that, which is fantastic. They also can add five, my iphone, Siri amounts to the homepod and this is something which is available on apple watch iphone ipad. MAC, apple, TV. Yeah, yeah. On on the TV I own the twelve by like older the current. So you ask Siri to find your iphone in it. What does it make? Ding? Yeah, it it can you, you can say, find any of the devices that pay when you log into the I even if you have family sharing, you can also like one of the families devices as well, and it can make it ring essentially. Yeah. Cool. Yes. If you're if you're in the house and your next year you can you gotta say, fund my phone and it will make it ding, find my pie Blair. Yeah, weren't hopping. And paps. Most dramatically, there was a reference to say that the employed will support multiple timers. This is crazy. So last week I intentionally didn't follow the news on my vacation. I set back and you know, just lived life otherwise. And I did like in preparing to come back to work like look over stories, headlines, new details. What happened? And I saw the story about phone calls. I did not see the detail about multiple timers. So as repairing the show today, I was like, what wo- so it's because it's like, why hasn't it happened? Why? Why didn't they announced this w. w c. guess because there's no beta to us, but still, but here comes maybe according to generation. I will dampen expectations slightly because I think maybe the reason they didn't announce is that it might not Shiv might not be ready. Yeah. Yeah. Like it could be this private. You know. You know, for a longer than three months like they could have in the bay or the moment win. September, rose around they pull out. Sure, and I appreciate the fine knife. I definitely get through and even the fun cool stuff get on me. Rambo said, even on the I put one Fenway these references doing fun coups on device and everything, and it never. It never came out yet. I have no inside information this. I kind of think these features they describing here. Maybe we would have them in like eleven point four. If the play to stuff and stereo pairing hadn't been delight like who knows exactly how this shook out. But to me, I kinda get like the times been shifted back for months because they were like reading to ship this. We read get play to the dual all this other stuff. We'll just keep it on the back burner until we get up to a now of the. Stuff came out. Now they've gone back to focus on the assistant features that we've seen traces of being development for long time and that kind of getting through the funnel, like under the original timeframe plan, the homepod would have come out the end of last year. And in the eleven point, four update would have added time is and fine, coups and that kind of stuff versus what we have now, which is like we calendars and then we're still kind of in limbo. Yeah, and they're doing all this the caution because obviously with airplay to part of the big big store there was they announced it and it took forever to actually release way long expected. It delayed the release of the actual hardware. And then they had to release the hardware before too is ready. So I can see why they wouldn't want to announce things for home pot until they're ready..

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Germany, Turkey mark 25th anniversary of racist attack

Democracy Now

02:23 min | 3 years ago

Germany, Turkey mark 25th anniversary of racist attack

"Asylum meanwhile a twenty two year old migrant from mali named mamadu kasama became a national hero this week after he risked his life to scale the site of an apartment high rise in order to rescue a four year old boy who was dangling from a fourth floor balcony video of the rescue went viral earning osama the nickname spiderman he was welcomed at elysee palace by president mccone on on monday offered french citizenship and a job as a firefighter hungary's government has proposed new laws and a constitutional amendment that would crack down on anyone offering aid to migrants seeking asylum under the legislation offering food water or legal advice to migrants would be outlawed even printing leaflets with information for asylum seekers would become a criminal offence in ukraine a prominent russian journalist and kremlin critic was ambushed outside his home in kiev tuesday in an apparent assassination arcadi by chanko a veteran war correspondent who is sharply critical of russian president vladimir putin's annexation of crimea was shot three times in the back by an unknown assailant by chanko had been living in ukraine since two thousand seventeen after calling russia a country i no longer feel safe and he said the justice department's approved a takeover of the us agribusiness giant monsanto by the german pharmaceutical firm bayer the plan sixty six billion dollar takeover would make the combined company the largest supplier of seeds in agriculture chemicals in the world the canadian government has announced plans to buy the trans mountain pipeline guaranteeing its expansion will move forward despite widespread concern about its environmental impact first nations and environmental activists say the project will expand highly polluting development and berta star sands reach and while endangering communities around an expanded export terminal near vancouver and transgender woman who is part of a caravan of central american migrants who arrived at the us border earlier this month seeking asylum has died in the custody of us immigration and customs enforcement buzzfeed news reports roxana hernandez died friday after suffering a cardiac arrest at a hospital albuquerque new mexico and as was one of scores of asylum seekers who crossed into the united states earlier this month after taking part in a month long caravan that began more than two thousand miles away in.

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This ‘Spiderman’ Migrant Hero Climbed 4 Balconies to Save a Dangling Child. Now, He’s Getting French Citizenship

Orlando's Morning News with Joe Kelley

01:55 min | 3 years ago

This ‘Spiderman’ Migrant Hero Climbed 4 Balconies to Save a Dangling Child. Now, He’s Getting French Citizenship

"Oh eight now on orlando's morning news i'm rick caputo marsha taylor the white house signaling that the summit between president trump and north korea's leader will likely happen now phone call with japan's prime minister the white house says they talked about trump's expected meeting now last week trump abruptly cancelled the summit with north korea's kim jong hoon that was scheduled for june twelfth however since then there have been discussions with the north about reviving the meeting a shooting at rutherford county tennessee on memorial day is left four people dead two men and two women police are calling you to murder suicide the sheriff there says the police made a tactical entry into the house got in and made entrance to the house they found four victims that had been deceased further investigation reveals that we got three people that were murdered one committed suicide identified sean ganey is the shooter who committed suicide the other victims include his wife her father and her stepmother they're calling him spiderman an immigrant from molly climbing the outside of a building to help before your oh boy that was dangling off a fourth floor balcony now he's been offered a job with the paris fire brigade the french president invited kasama to the elysee palace to thank him for his bravery and offer him french citizenship thanks to him the four year old boy is sake french authorities say the boy's father had gone off to the grocery store and then got distracted playing pokemon go he'll now face criminal charges of child neglect reporter david wright in urgent search effort underway in ellicott city maryland national guardsmen going missing in the town hit by devastating floods twice in just two years the amount of water speed astonishing ripping down traffic lights floating away bobbing in the rapid water people in every building the definition of a flash flood has torn of water turn main street into a river that's reporter david curly.

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‘I did not really think,’ says Paris migrant who climbed building to save child

WDRC

00:52 sec | 3 years ago

‘I did not really think,’ says Paris migrant who climbed building to save child

"Reinstating summit between president trump and north korean leader kim jong own one team of us officials has gone to north korea for discussions and other travelling to singapore for talks with north korean officials a heroic act leads to a new life for an immigrant in france amateur video posted online by don shows a man's scaling the outside of an apartment building in paris climbing from balcony tobel guinea to rescue a fouryearold boy dangling from the fifth floor the man reaches the child people on the ground chair the mayor of paris calling the rescuer spiderman mamadou kasama has now met with french president emmanuel macron who told the twenty two year olds an illegal immigrant from molly that after his heroics he'll be made a french citizen in london simon owen fox news.

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Populists, Emmanuel Macron and James Reynolds discussed on Midday on WNYC

Midday on WNYC

02:48 min | 3 years ago

Populists, Emmanuel Macron and James Reynolds discussed on Midday on WNYC

"The highest murder rates in decades diplomats and human rights activists have sharply criticized syria saying it should not be allowed to preside over the united nations conference on disarmament in light of credible evidence that it's government has used chemical weapons against its own people the un says the rotating system can only be changed by member states imaging folks has this report from geneva nicole thanks on disarmament negotiated the convention banning chemical weapons convention syria is widely believed to have violated many times but because syria follows switzerland in the alphabetical list of members of the conference it is now serious turn to take up the rotating presidency member states not the united nations devised this system in the hope of keeping it fair but the image of syria sitting in the president's chair just weeks after the latest chemical attack looks shockingly unfair world news from the bbc the us national weather service has issued a warning that haze caused by emissions from the killer way of volcano in hawaii is drifting south west towards the marshall islands almost four thousand kilometers away we geologists have warned residents with respiratory problems to stay indoors and cautioned aircraft and shipping to be prepared for reduced visibility the leader of italy's fivestar movement has called for the impeachment of president sergio matt rela luigi demayo accused him of provoking a constitutional crisis by vetoing the new prime minister's appointment of a skeptic as finance minister james reynolds is in rome there's now a real arguments in italy between the president and the populists it's about this country's position in the european union the populists had wanted to appoint a finance minister who said in the past that italy should prepare to leave the euro present matter latte tilt the populists that they couldn't just sleep walk italy out of the currency that this country helped to create that have to be a proper national debate about it i are young immigrant from mali has been hailed as a hero in france after he scaled the front of a building in paris to save a small child hanging from a fourth story balcony video and social media shows marmaduke osama being cheered by spectators as he climbed rapidly to reach the child president emmanuel macron will thank mr guitar kasama at the presidential palace on monday israel's security minister says palestinian prisoners accused of belonging to militant group have mass will be barred from watching the football.

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"kasama" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"kasama" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"There is an airport in content that a lot of people know about and they do celebrity helicopter tours and is supposed to be the best helicopter tour in la with only the park area the guy the guy down eight yep it is amazing they also do by planes so if you ever want to go on a biplane you can do it by 30 minutes sixty minutes and he can do like a leisurely ride along the coast or you can do the crazy sick what does this celebrity helicopter tour do they buzz the celebrities houses now they they do actually go over some of the house the rise them it's you know there's an helicopter again yeah two and that so the museum there's actually called tomorrow's aeronautic museum at the contin woodley airport i didn't even know there was one and my buddies when a told me about it and then so we film part of it there i go check it out so we're we find this beautiful 'alliance video i will i tweeted out in the kasama home paid now actually johnny j dot com follow me on twitter johnny jet his instagram full of nothing right now he has the only pulse healthy pictures no unhealthy pictures is a johnny jet and of course he joins us each week to it to talk about but feel better johnny feel better you know you're getting nice weather down there i went out when we what we always do i don't know why we stayed at the marina del rey hotel and we always just get bikes and we go down the strand we every hour i know we i could have just knocked on your door but i'm glad now that i did we go down the strand likes to go all the way to the pierre and back it's so much fun always that had like that hotel it's it's a fairly new i like it it's not you know it's fun they have a picture there of how it used to look forty years ago there was nothing around it it was nothing it's amazing how built up with it nevertheless than half century i went to the opening night party they are critical i really liked it we had a the only negative the bed was very squeaky okay then stay there but it took.

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"kasama" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly

The Art Newspaper Weekly

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"kasama" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly

"To somebody who is in the luxury goods business while swept keno and i think it is slightly in the site guys i think there is this this blurring of boundaries i think that artists such as damien hirst tracy eamon kasama koons they really are making product now oh the for the luxury goods market they are no longer really making walk perhaps is to cut today an oldfashioned description of our to something that is aesthetic something that slightly groundbreaking that can be difficult i think that unfortunately there is a tendency to churn out product the other sort of the contemporary art market which we spoke about will be built the cold coastal new book the dose under the big was the meat market fully and lots of galleries closing its at do you see that as a trend that will continue do you think that would get continue to be problems in that in that sector i think this is a really major problem i was just looking at the list of the number of calories that closed in virtually every week princess new news of another gallery the closes of the mid level galleries i think that there is this whole structural problem i think that midmarket galleries are going to have to find new solutions that all some coming up the something who condo on at the moment in london which is quite successful as roberta which is a source collective i think that the mid level galleries again to have to look for other ways of doing business because i think this trend is going to accelerate and i think it is sad now every year we we see this this extraordinary success of the.

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"kasama" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"kasama" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Um wellknown writer and i think warner brothers really put a lot behind it and they really wanted to kind of towel that kind of female story and the fact that it was a a true story i think really um kind of maaded beano get the kind of attention that it did get when i watch with my daughter thank you i i love nikki caro who directed it and she did whale writer who um uh the actress of that was nominated with me when i won for monster and so i i really wanted to work with her and that was definitely one after the oscars that i was really excited about that i really wanted to do an fox's that are panetta yeah that was that one regrets it in young definitely that was like the action movie that chase than and come together i could never really rat my head around the world i could never i never really you know you have to be able to see it to do it and i could never i never really could by karn kasama at the time made a film that i really liked girl fight um yeah and paramount was really just do wouldn't take no for an answer and it all happened so fast that before i knew it i was kind of like on his cetina injured myself really by midday almost paralysed myself on it um i i i i was i i it was the whole thing was just probably get my back andrew neck key i i i it it is in my neck um doing a backhand spring mai mai feet slipped up from underneath my body to slander now may not think of now.

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