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"kerman" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook
"Leave. You also have to step over other people's gifts from like the Po box. It's like stacks and stacks of fan mail lots hobbling their toppling over like potentially crushing you sh- no one is allowed to collect are open their fanmail because it has to. Be there as sort of A temple to their success and an assemble if we if they read the Fan Mail. What would block the pathway will would would then you just walked to the do your show right there'd be no shrine and that's mean that's the thing for the other people listening all the shows that you like send Fan Mail to you like they don't they don't open it or like look at it like never touched it. Look at it and we write their responses Oh. Sean and I do yeah. Can you can you give an example of just just one of the the recent letters you Robak? I have one to. Help I know you don't. Go ahead. Yeah. Let's hear Kevin's. Hey. Timmy. Sorry. For the delay, the live tour we did took forever. Sound good dude. Thanks for the Amazon Gift Cards. I. I. Don't know that. By the way. Like sometimes it is gift cards, but usually they just send money so to like. Like a like a Paul Scheer like the other big shows on the network like they are just getting sent cash straight cash. Cashier's checks and why again ju I'm new to this. So I, I'm just trying to gather as much information as I can just trying to soak up from Uganda right. Why do they not want the cash? Why not open this males? Sorry. Speaking of Soak Up Kevin need to change your towel. Do any of you guys have bounce roles? No I not me. So so what do you think a bouncer all as like I think originally now. He's rony paper towels and this case it is a bounce. So there's bounty and then he said Bouncy but now it is a bounce roll, which is a role of bounce fabric softener. Ben Is as big as a roll of paper towels. So I want my paper towel smelling good. That's so to answer your question and why don't they accept this cash take? It actually would cost Paul Scheer more to spend the time it would take to open an envelope. And to deposit the cash. Than it would to act like to do the work and to make that much more money by speaking into a microphone. Wow capitalism is complicated but I I hear you it's it's a it's a crazy dance. The Spike has world. It's actually very simple capitalism and What it says is the cream rises to the top I gotcha and. Case of Kevin. Where it's our. Share. It soaks through to the bottom, but he but I understand you're just like. Yeah, it is Cool what I like is just like. That it kicks has. I like that it's fair so. So in the interest of fairness, I would love to give you an opportunity. Because we are close to wrapping up to talk about like what your classes might entail, how you're going to kind of change the curriculum to make it your own look what's your syllabus? Because you are now the teacher you have finished university you're the teacher now okay. Well, and I would say and just like drought what Sean was saying before. So he was being a little funny when he said that it's fair. For someone like Paul Scheer who is An incredibly kind person and also makes a show about something that people really want to hear. And is like consistently very entertaining and like he gets good gas puts a lot of time into it for that to be. Also the most successful show on the network just goes to show you like there's no predicting what will work shore it is really In any direction now say you can't predict the marketplace like it's GonNa take these wildlife turns whereas like for instance, there was a show where it was like. To full blown unknowns. Just basically being mean. And like. Mean in a way where like they're really. Happy about it. Rod No one else's. And then. And then also. Putting all these barriers around the meanness where it's like so specific that there's no way to even access it and feel like you're. Participating with them not that you would want to because it appears. Kind of unpleasant and ghoulish But that might did yeah. Yeah, you couldn't. That sounds like right like that's essentially created a pretty exclusive club right there. Must be the most popular thing that's been made. And something like that actually might not work. so that's crazy this. You know that's how kind of random this whole processes. So that's the lesson one day to a hundred and one you know that's that's the big one. So now you are professor congratulations of the school. And So what were you asking him Sean about being professor well, just like what's The you know? Obviously, we want you to make it your own just like the ad reads What are you going to do with the curriculum? How would you kind of approach it pretend? I'm a student you know what's my class now? Shore okay. Well, we're I obviously want to utilize some of the the learnings that I've gathered. From you but I also I gotta make it my own. I've got to make it something new in one of the things that I think is important for podcasting is. Is We. We've covered ad breaks we up. Covered, we've covered upsetting deceptively simple i. one of the what happens at the end links and what's the big? There were missing one thing. One thing we haven't covered. One thing we Y- gotTa close you got all we need a theme song we need a theme song. Do you dislike you never even hear that you farm that out? And like you aren't involved, they're just going to speed past that. It rhymes with. Langston hugs. And it has the plugs, all the plugs we gotta drop where you got to drop the plugs you gotta you gotTa let people tell the world what they're up to? Yes. So how would that what.
"kerman" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook
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"kerman" Discussed on The Best of Coast to Coast AM
"I'm comedian and retired for and a catering Langston. Kerman with the help of the beautiful oppressors iheartradio and big money players at like the present, my brand new podcast called my Mama, told me where each week me a special guest will explore all of the twisted conspiracies that the white man doesn't want you to know about we'll talk silly conspiracy I. Think there may be some people who aren't black in the Black Meru. Minardi. Bill Clinton could be in the black aluminum dotty. Thing number one, he plays the saxophone nobody in the white illuminate plays jazz instrument. Out Interest Talking, we'll talk dangerous conspiracies. Day. Like two three of my friends and I went to get a missed it. I used to always get the berry joy. The joy was my jam with a blue walk. And grabbed my homie gregory was like Daldry Days Bay by the KKK and. We'll talk about conspiracies that'll make you feel like maybe your grandmother was right when she told you to take your butt back to church because you believe any stature number poor idea. Pause for a second. If, you believe any stat eighty number. Idea that isn't done and conducted by black people. You're cool. You're. Now, that brothers crazy. We'll play fun games along the way like homemade hotel brothers and sisters. Welcome and my name is Mushahid Hussain Bay. Hope everybody's drinking their water and eating the green vegetables because nothing that comes out of the ground is white. I think about it. y'All him are we hear you all right in. We'll even talk to experts who by all accounts have. Known expertise whatsoever. Okay. So why thing about techy teas that they basically saying that as a strike with midnight the robust get off their spend start walking around seeking for children to eat or To just torture them. So if you love black. And you love here in black people make up.
"kerman" Discussed on The Ron Burgundy Podcast
"I'm comedian and retired for and a catering Langston Kerman with the help of the beautiful oppressors that iheartradio and big money players at like the present my brand new podcast called my Mama told me where each week me a special guest will explore all of the twisted conspiracies that the white man doesn't want you to know about we'll talk silly conspiracy I think there may be some people who aren't black in the Black Malul? Minardi I. Think Bill Clinton could be in the black aluminum dotty. Thing number one, he plays the saxophone nobody in the white illuminate plays a jazz instrument. Out Interest Talking we'll talk dangerous conspiracies. Day like two three of my friends and I went to get a missed it. I used to always get the berry joy. The joy was my jam with a blue walk. And grabbed my homie gregory was like Daldry Days Bay by the KKK and. We'll talk about conspiracies that'll make you feel like maybe your grandmother was right when she told you to take your butt back to church because you believe any stature number poor idea. Research. Pause for a second. If you believe any stat eighty number. Idea that isn't done and conducted by black people. You're cool you're. Now that brothers crazy. We'll play fun games along the way like homemade hotel brothers and sisters. Welcome and my name is Mushahid Hussain Bay. Hope everybody's drinking their water and eating the green vegetables because nothing that comes out of the ground is white. I think about it. y'All, him are we hear you all right in. We'll even talk to experts who by all accounts have. Known expertise whatsoever. Okay. So why thing about techy teas that they basically saying that as a strike with midnight the robust get off their spending start walking around seeking for children to eat or To just torture them. So. If you love black. And you love here, black people make up.
"kerman" Discussed on Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano
"My buddy, Langston Kerman and this also from his comedy Central F. Our so here is apart on sherlock and links Hilton Kerman. Last summer I got catcalled, which is not you know a cause for celebration, but I'm just not. Someone gets catcalled. I'm not sad about it, but I was thinking why that might be. The case I think some of it might be that a lot of times. I'll wear an astronaut helmet around the city. That ever. neely hurts my numbers. I also think it's like my general energy. When I walk around like my vibe is a little bit like, are you? My mother like that is. The message I'm putting out into the universe. You know it's like a hint of orphan so. Cat Callers are usually like an. She's already scared. We'll get the next one. Whatever their inner monologue is, I'm sure it's darker than that. But yeah I got can't call last summer, and it was weird because of our laboratory, it was like there was a guy sitting a couple stoops down from the building been, and we don't normally have callers on my block, so it was like already a special day, and then I realized later. He didn't even live on my block. which made me think like? Calling like jury duty, or you just get an address in the mail and that's your assignment. or He's like we just gotTa make sure women feel objectified fairly over all the different neighborhoods. So every four years. You're like okay. Civic duty fulfilled so anyway. Who is sitting? There I wasn't expecting anything. I walked by him. And then you just go pay, Sweetie, look, you look beautiful and Shit. Yeah..
"kerman" Discussed on Never Seen It
"Most condescending. I know all right. Let's so selections never seen rebel without a cause but he wrote what he thinks rebel without a cause probably was so. We're going to read that script now and Langston go ahead and cast it. Let us know who you would like us to play. Where do I get the school I eat? It should be on the email that I sent you a text there at the bottom. Someone just sent the longest link I've ever seen to something on Oetzi and it's all I can make out of it is OJ Simpson hamburger helper. Eight by ten print. Okay Yeah I'm a click on it's probably somewhere someone painted it. Okay you gotta by Guile. I'm certainly screen shotting and putting it in the show today. I'm certainly stealing it all right. Let's throw this up here in the video. Wow Wow is it good. Does a hamburger is pretty good. I don't think you can. I wonder if I can add a file. This is how quickly here we are doing. Never seen it as I attach an. Oj Simpson Hamburger Helper. J. Pig to the zoom chat. Wow Nice all right. So it's in there but so so let so let us know who we're going to be playing okay This is this is complicated because we only have three of us. But I think Strategically Kyle you're GONNA play Jim. Congratulations you're my star. The WHO Julia. Don't take that personally because you have quite a substantial role as salesmen And you are also Julia going to be playing housewife INS on that Kyle debt is. Actually I'm going to take the role of father. Okay Because that makes things easier and then Julia You are also going to play the part of Buzz. Okay and buzz is our is our antagonised. So you know really center yourself in that energy when buzz comes great. Are there any notes or anything you want to give us a just just fall in love with the script that you read that I can do? I WANNA put a screen shot of your title page up here several and can read this long with us. Great and you'll be doing we call it the wall to wall you'll be doing all of our. Yeah I'll read the Our the stage directs very little. But I got it up here so you guys can see it. And then whenever you're ready rebel without a cause written by Langston Kerman based on rebel without a cause the movie from nineteen fifty five in probably a book to who knows none of it really matters. No one's going to read the page. I can say whatever I want on this thing. Do you guys think that James Dean Eight Pussy seems unlikely. The fifties were PRETTY UPTIGHT. Imagine being a timeless sex symbol and never having licked of the giant crazy exterior a small town street day. We Open on the generic comings and goings of a quiet suburban neighborhood. Kids play in a sprinkler of father. Motza lawn in a way in way too many clothes a salesman marches door to door carrying Encyclopedia Britannicas letter g. A housewife blazes. A Pie in a window seal and then she shut the fuck up because yes everything is as it should be then out of nowhere. We see Jim Start late. Teens edgy strutting up the street. Jim Wears dark sunglasses and a red leather jacket is a bad boy. If ever there was one you almost get the sense that he would have a spiked penis size would allow it. But Alas it's nine hundred fifty five thousand nine hundred fifty. Five Spike penises are only for cats not he kicks an empty gin bottle up the street with every step which clinks loudly against the pristine racially segregated. Car doesn't give a damn. He keeps kicking. Neighbors are all put off. By the mysterious unfunny Fonzie you there boy. Stop kicking that bottle. If it breaks there will be glass everywhere. Stuff it pops. I don't take advice from no old timers did he. Just tell the Mand stuffing well. That's like the moral equivalent of singing slob on mild day. Care Center. Yeah I told them to stuff it and I'll tell you to stuff it too and you can stop it. Most of all e points. That a Golden Retriever. Who was happily licking himself but is now deeply offend. Jim then picks up the empty. Jim Bottle unzips his pants and begins peeing in it. I say what I want and I does what I want. Because I'm a rebel without a cause. Deeply offended the housewife yells from her window. What you're doing unacceptable behavior. Just shut the fuck up Diane. Stay out of this. All right men are talking and Pene into battles..
"kerman" Discussed on The Score: Bank Robber Diaries
"Everyone know happiness and health and safety during this time that we're all going through together you know we had been planning to roll out a bunch of these bonus episodes for the bank robber diaries much earlier but something gotten away. There's just so much stuff that we recorded that didn't make it into the fifteen episode narrative so we're GonNa Start here now today with this interview. Berry do with Piper Kerman if you don't recognize the name Piper Kerman right away Piper is the author of oranges. New Black The bestselling memoir. That became a hit Netflix. Show and what you may not know is that Joe Loya is somewhat going to call it somewhat. He's somewhat responsible for Piper writing that book in the first place. If you don't know the story of Orange is the new black it basically tells papers years spent in federal prison and while she was there joe was a friend of a friend decided to write. Piper. A letter. Paper can explain it. All here she is I. I met Joe Loya On Paper Joe. Loya began to write me letters when I was incarcerated in Federal Prison. In two thousand and four. I didn't know Joe I'd never heard of Joe. We have a mutual friend Laura and she put out the call to her own circle of friends. Saying I've got a friend. Who's incarcerated and she needs books. So if you have any books that you are looking to get out of your life Consider SENDING THEM TO PIPER. So Joe began not only to send me books but also to send me letters. Joe Of course had served time in federal prison himself for bank robbery and his letters were very different than any of the other letters that I was receiving from my friends or family on the outside because Joe Really understood where I was Literally physically in terms of being incarcerated and in terms of being in the federal system and those letters were you know very Insistence which is one of the characters. Asians I would make Joe. He is a very insistent person his full of curiosity and inquiry. He's got a lot of questions about the world's about himself about other people And then I'll really came across in his letters again. You know we had never met so. It was a little sort of unsettling for me in some ways to have a total stranger. Asked me really personal questions in those letters but you know that is the sort of interesting intimacy that to people who have both been incarcerated Might experience because it's such an intense and singular experience to lose your liberty and to be held against your will and you know different people respond to that differently But there are definitely some overlaps and some you know perhaps even universal qualities to that experience of being a prisoner in so joe. I had that in common. Where was that purse letter? You're a member. I mean He. Joe Introduced himself to me in that first letter and explain sort of his friendship with Laura and you know. He explained a little about himself the fact that he had done. You know some serious time for bank robbery And here's just expressed a lot of sort of empathy and sympathy for my present situation and you know unlike any of the other letters that I was receiving from people on the outside world you know Joe was sort of a symbol of the fact that I might get through this really difficult shitty experience you know. Being being imprisoned terrible being incarcerated is awful but joe is a person who had done a lot more time that I was going to have to do. I was very lucky. I served thirteen months of a fifteen month sentence. And Joe you know survived you know seven plus years federal present and several years in solitary confinement. So you know he was sort of this Symbol that you know. I was going to get through this and that was also literally what he was saying in those letters as well like. Hey you're going to get through this And that was really reassuring in a way that you know other people couldn't be did you write him back right away. Yeah I did write him back right away. But if I didn't write him back quickly enough you know. We then established sort of a an ongoing correspondence. If Joe felt like I didn't write him back fast enough he would write me another letter and be like how come you didn't answer my letter. That's sort of one of the examples of his sort of insistent personality. You remember like some specific things. He might have said in the letter that stood out to you. I mean I think that Joe asked questions that either didn't occurred other people or perhaps other people were afraid to ask Lake. How do you think this experience is going to change you? Or how do you think this experience is going to change you? Know your relationship with your fiance You know really serious questions And you know more so than other people. Joe was like. What are you going to do with whatever you've learned from this experience and one of the things that Joe encouraged me to do was to write and unlike Joe I had never written anything for publication before you know Joe was incarcerated. He had not done that either but since he had come home he had transformed his life from a bank robber and convict and all the other things that we might attach to his personal history. He transformed himself into writer And and I didn't necessarily have that ambition for myself but Joe just really said right about this experience even if you only do it for yourself But he always he encouraged me to write about the experience of incarceration even long before those any sort of belief that that story might have appealed to others on the outside Was really something that I believe.
"kerman" Discussed on Probably Science
"Does and this planet only ever presents one site to the sun so the pulmonary side is so one side is permanently in the light and is permanently twenty four hundred degrees so it'd be around the border between the light of the day side. So what would happen is it would the I. N. would melt and then vaporize and then the movement of the iron heavy atmosphere will take it over to the dark side of the planet at which point with cool and rain and also turned out because of the extreme temperature. Difference between the light of the dockside. Any extreme ounce of energy and It'll be driving winds of up to eighteen thousand kilometers per hour. Oh my God while you're GonNa WanNa go wins while the iron is raining from the sky again for the metric or the imperial measurements people. That's actually only around twelve eleven hundred. Sorry eleven thousand miles per hour so a mayor. Eleven thousand two hundred miles per hour. Roughly is what the wind speed is with solid. Bits of ion whipping. God that is mock What is that mock like sixteen or something? Oh Shit I didn't know mocked went that You got out while I carry on with this. Apparently so old clouds dispersed and all molecules atmosphere broken apart into individual atoms. So you're not gonNa have any compounds and that you're gonNA have individual elements as atoms whipping around at eighteen thousand kilometers now. Using the Espresso Spectrometer. The scientists detected a strong ion vapor signature. The evening frontier. All Terminator as it's called whether they on wall six seventy six transitions tonight. When the group of the morning transition the signal was done what we surmise is the the INS condensing on the nightside which although still hot at fourteen hundred degrees. C is cold enough to condense clouds as rain possibly as droplets. These could then fooled into the deeper layers of the atmosphere which we can't access with our instruments. It's an how does on how did this. Compared to You know the the mercury and Venus of our solar system.
Police describe man charged in fiery crash that killed 3 family members as a 'career criminal'
"Man who caused a fiery crash in northwest Harris County Wednesday killing two adults and a baby said to have a lengthy criminal record precinct for constable mark Kerman says Gregory Smith has been charged with fourteen various crimes over the past couple years but half were dismissed as a law enforcement officer this is one of the most horrific accidents I've seen in quite some time and and what makes it even more difficult for me to the the copper hand is that this individual is a career criminal Smith is held without bond meanwhile four remain in the hospital in critical condition
The Soul of a New Machine
"Episode one of our all new season on hardware. That changed the game. We told you the story of the team. At at data general that built the clips. MVP eight thousand minicomputer under the nose of the company's CEO. Check out episode one. If you haven't listened that team operated under the Codename Eagle and their journey was chronicled by a little known writer named Tracy Kidder kidder. Had No I know I know what he was getting into. Here's the story from Carl. All sing lead manager of the equal team Tracy kidder. who was sort of computer phobic? I mean the technophobes Kind of afraid of all this stuff. He didn't really understand it. And he was talking with Richard. Todd his editor at and Thinking well you know what should I write about next. Richardson will have a roommate. That's from college. WHO's in the computer business. Maybe you should talk to him. Maybe maybe there's a story there and Tracy kidder said. Oh no no no I.. Don't you know I'm not comfortable with computers. I don't know how they work. Richard Todd said now. That's exactly what it should do. You have to face this. You have to go and find out what computers do and find out what the story is. Right about that kidder's editor then connect Tim to his old college roommate. A man named Tom West. Who happened to be the mastermind behind the whole Eagle operation at data general. So Tracy came in and said while I'm thinking of writing a book or something about whatever it is you guys do here and Tom. West was at the point where he was trying to build excitement in the team. And keep it going he. He wanted us all to feel the sense of urgency. In in the sense of that it was special. Oh so he thought well. Here's my chance. I'll get this writer in here interviewing the engineers and let them know that this special course the problem with that is that you have to get nondisclosure on disclosure agreements and you have to not go secret meetings and not no secret designs and patentable ideas so that was kind of a problem. So Tom's approach to that was to let Tracy kidder in by the back door. Sign them in of course but not really tell anybody what was going on and and He did tell his box cross firemen. I have a writer here and Carl. Kerman said I don't WanNa hear about it. Don't tell me the idea was you. You know what I don't know I can't tell he had deniability. I guess the Depression lucky for kidder. He got away with it. He came in and out of that back. back-door data general until the mini computer shipped in nineteen eighty. So Tracy kidder came in almost every day for a while and he interviewed all all of us wanted a time and he wanted to know what how computers work and then how did we build them. And then how are we running this whole thing. How did we recruit what people and what was the political environment. And what's the business plan all of it and we told him everything no oh. CEO would ever allow this in one thousand nine hundred eighty. One kidder was ready to release his book. Detailing the Eagle all teams clandestine operation kidder titled It the soul of a new machine. Little Brown was ready to publish it. But first data general's else executive had to be let it on the secret finally data general said Holy. You can't do this. Where suing you. they call Tracy kidder in and they said the number one. You're not gonNA write this book in number two anything you right. We own and number three. We're going to change it as we need to Tracy kidder said No. You're not little brown. Sent their lawyers and data general sent their lawyers and there was a big meeting and apparently apparently the little brown lawyers were tougher than the data general lawyers so the book happened with all the secrets and it turned out to be a big big hit. The soul of new machine became a bestseller and won opole surprise even the executives at data general warmed up to it. Someone someone say evangelized day. The general background and said Oh well. We wanted that book. We meant for that to happen. They started using the
At least 56 killed in stampede at Soleimani's funeral
"Start the hour again in Iran where a stampede during a funeral procession for General Qassem Sulamani left dozens of mourners. Dead Secretary of State. Mike pompeo reiterated today that the US will abide by the laws of war if it retaliates any retaliation by Iran he was asked about President. Trump's threats to attack running in cultural sites NPR's Mary Louise. Kelley is in the Iranian capital. Tehran and joins joins us now once again Mary. Louise let's start with the stampede. What more can you tell us about that? Hey it's an awful event what we have our reports from Iranian news agencies of several dozen people. It sounds like who were killed in the stampede. This was in the city of Kerman which is a big city in southeastern turnaround about five hundred miles from the capital Tehran. Where I'm speaking to you from And it is the hometown of Kassam. Soula money so oh the body has been making its way through cities in Iraq and now Iran these last several days. This was to be the last procession where mourners owners could come out and more than he was to be buried today obviously events Got Out of control there. You sat down today with the Iranian Foreign Minister. mohammad-javad Hamad Javad Zarif. Let's listen to a little bit of what he said to you. This was an act of aggression an armed attack albeit a cowardly armed armed attack against Iran efficient encoding territory it amounts to war and we will respond. According to our own timing naming choice it amounts to war and we'll respond according to our own timing choice. What did he tell you about the options? Iran is considering four response to the killing of money. Well that was exactly the question. I was trying to pin him down on as you can imagine and you will be stunned to hear. He did not telegraphed to me. Exactly what Lebron's next move will be. He was very clear. As you got a sense from there there will be retaliation. There will be revenge. He spoke talk about how about people's feelings here hurt and the outrage here and you could hear it. Sulamani was was a close personal friend of his and you could hear that the determination termination that this country will act. What exactly they will do when exactly they will do it? He wouldn't go there He said they will respond at a time and place they're choosing. I will say we heard from a different top official here today. Says a man named Ali Sean Connery. He's the top official on Iran's answer to the National L. Security. They're they're National Security Council and according to Iranian media he has said they are considering thirteen specific options for retaliation in which means journalists are now scrambling to try to figure out what those thirteen are What about the nuclear deal? We heard Iran say in the last couple of days that they're not going to be complying with the main parts of it but it sounds like they may be willing to come back to the nuclear deal at some later point. Can you tell us more. About what Zarif said about the nuclear deal sure and this is also personal sheriff. It's worth noting he. He is the one who negotiated on behalf of Iran. Back in two thousand fifteen when it was John Kerry at the state eight department was the it was the two of them who sat down and really hash this out. I asked him today. Point blank is the nuclear deal dead. He conceded it is not good news for the deal. He said specifically specifically going forward we will cease compliance with the limits laid out in the deal in terms of centrifuges but as you noted he he was emphasizing they are suspended spending compliance not cutting it off forever he said should circumstances change should Europe which is still party to the nuclear deal. Find a way to ease the the sanctions that Iran has come under that they may well find their way back into full compliance and and that international inspectors will still be allowed into Iran. So that's it's another not good news but watch the space for what exactly Iran decides to do and what their next action is. Finally Mary Louise We. We spoke with you a day ago. What has changed in the last twenty four hours as both the United States and Iran worry about the possibility of war? Well I'll speak to just what it feels like here It's it's a normal day yesterday. Most people were off work because they wanted to observe here in Tehran The procession of Sulamani Casket through the streets and the funeral services were held at Tehran University and many many hundreds of thousands perhaps more than a million people turned out for that so that was a very different feeling today. You see people out buying bread going to work. You asked me yesterday. Does this feel oh like a country on war footing and the answer is yes and no people are out taking their kids to school. I saw somebody walking his dog down the street this morning. Life continues as you would imagine. And yet he's walking his dog. Underneath this huge billboard showing Sulamani portrait and is describing Sulamani as a martyr and saying retaliation is coming. So that's what it feels like to be in Toronto right now that's NPR's Mary. Louise Kelley joining us from Tehran. Mary Louise thanks so
Iranian state television says 56 people killed in stampede at funeral for Revolutionary Guard general slain by US.
"Let's running state television says a stampede at the funeral for a top general killed in US airstrike is still fifty six people and injured two hundred others thousands of mourners have surrounded the coffin of revolutionary guard General Qasem Soleimani in his hometown of Kerman when the crash occurred was unclear what set off the
Iranian state television says over 40 people killed in stampede at funeral for Revolutionary Guard general slain by US.
"To US secretary of state Mike Pompeii was again defending the US air strike that killed a top Iranian military leader in Iraq talking with reporters this morning at the state department Pompeii said general Qassem Soleimani was responsible for enormous destruction in the volatile Middle East he insisted that the general was overseen terrorist plots that could have led to the deaths of many more Americans stampede at a funeral for that Hey Ronnie in general has killed at least forty people and injured more than two hundred two a runny and semi official news agency is reporting that the stampede took place in Kerman the hometown of the revolutionary guard general customer so the money as the procession was getting
Iran state TV says a stampede erupts at funeral procession for general slain in US airstrike, killing some mourners
"A state stampede at the funeral procession for general Soleimani killed at least thirty two people in the aftermath people clamoring around the dead and injured running state TV reports the stampede took place in Kerman hometown of revolutionary guard general Qasim Solomonic as the procession got under
"kerman" Discussed on Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano
"Nine to five nine when nine to find drugs and you're out of office is doesn't count yeah. Is there anybody listening to listen to me. I am not the expert on this. This is all jokes. This is now becoming a science podcast section election. Sorry chris <hes> okay so let's play we got to other clips. They've chosen megan gaily how not to get murdered and lincoln kerman the the white spirit so and play those now gimme. I worry about getting murdered a lot. I get it. I know you can't act this way and be like i'm gonna live forever. It's like i'm definitely going to be in a trump kind of that. I come home really really late at night which is just like murdering women happy hour her so developed a couple of fun little tricks. Try not get killed so like when i get out of my car instead of walking down the sidewalk like a regular woman men i choose to sprint down the center of the road constantly turning headlights and it's less so a murderer can't catch me and more so another murderer thinks i've already been claims like i know rick. Scott are okay. Men sometimes sometimes get upset with me. I get that they'll come up to me after shows and they're like why are you so political. I'm like i'm just up here being like stop hitting. It hurts birds. I don't hate men i really. I don't want you to think i i love men. I keep saying that wrong. I love dick. Do and people are so mean to dix to like dicks caused wars dick's evil to women. It's like dixon magical beautiful presents that happened to be attached to monsters on stirs. That's what's happening like when is addictive or the wrong form of your never never addiction shows up in a hawaiian shirt to meet your family like auto know what the issue is well. There's a lot of issues either. My parents not not a goddamn. Jimmy buffett concert dick's are so cool you guys have.
"kerman" Discussed on Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano
"Friends, I mentioned, this team over the course of the last five years is about why don't you just come over one day, and like, we'll show them my apartment, and drink and we'll ride to scam understand why you haven't done that you want a hundred or scars. Good. Yeah. You one hundred percent I know because it's like all my peers I mean, I'm at a point. Now all my peers are successful. So it's like they all have these skills. They don't. I mean, people have everyone's just kind of faking it also. But I think I think the thing that concerns me is like my about my own kind of psychosis is like people tell me like they go out of their way at times to tell me how hard they think I work and it's like, what are you talk, like so it's a little like they're like, I don't know how you do all this man. You're working hard, you're working hard. And I'm like, but, but I'm not so which will weird thing. Chris Tulsa, like there's a lot that goes into that. Like I would attribute lot of that's like unconscious bias like you're sure, like a built white man like you, there's certain things like Derek work so hard. But the just don't people don't perceive, the most working hard like someone's perception of you isn't necessarily parallel to Dr true, he doesn't feel that way. What you're not working hard. Okay. There's two things. I keep on learning again, and again, professionally that are so true, one is that nobody knows what they're doing literally nobody ask anyone. I mean, usually the example like the president. But literally, the president doesn't know what he's doing. But in. Anyone? No one was doing everyone's making it go along. There's no right way to do anything. That's number one. Number two. Is that everyone has a creep creep? Yeah. Oh man. No exception for women across the board. Everyone's grape. Those are the two things I keep learning again again in my career. Okay. Everyone speaking, I'm a creep and yeah. Voted for Hillary, you work hard. But you are also a creep I'm hardware, concrete hard-working group, no matter what matters, Chrissy creeps. Oh, right. Was like there was like a tan. I know we want wanna talk a little all over the map too, though. When you Cummings or. Lengthening. Kerman Langston Kerman, I met for the first time when we did stupid questions together. That's, that's how smart Weixin is skew. He's like some current let me tell you about Langston carbon Langston Kerman is the kind of guy where if there was like, you You know. know, who knows where science is going to go, if you were able to play, I'm, if you were able to implant, a uterus and eggs into my body, I would pick Langston Kerman. He would be at the very top of my list to receive his sperm. And I would give birth to our babies. That would be a really cute baby. Do you know what I heard? Yeah. No, what I heard. Yeah. No it. I think that they're actually working towards science. This is fucking nuts. Ready for this? Yeah. Breaking busy chemistry they're working towards science. Okay. That's right now it's only available for a lesbian couple. So what is okay? So this is ring. Let's say let's say you and WI fi..
"kerman" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"I'm so glad you're here. Thank you very, very much. And we are continuing our superfoods series where you are going to learn about food. You may not know about or certainly don't appreciate to the extent that they can be absolutely life changing for you. And we want you to consume these things. Absolutely weekly if not more in our next one, I know it sounds weird. But when you go to the ballpark, and you order that hot dog, and it comes across to you, and it has that great, big green bright, yellowish, green river of mustard sliding down the side of it as much as I hate for you to eat the nitric and nitrates in salt filled dog with the sugared up bun. The mustard is the thing that is going to be the best part of the thing that gives mustard. It's yellow hue is a compound called tumor RIC to Merick is. A cousin to ginger. And to Merick has one of the most active parts within the tumor is a compound called. Q. Kerman Q Kerman. See you see you am a Longa is the plant cure cuma Longa is where cure cumin comes from now. Let me explain this cure cumin, and cumin are not the same. So when you go to the store, and you look in the spice rack and you see cumin see you am I n it is not the same cumin is made from a seed. It's a spice derived from a seed, and it is used in a lot of Indian food mixed with a lot of curry. Really, really great stuff. But cure acumen. C. U. R. C. U M I N is made from the tumor. Ick plant the route, and it is the pharmacologically active ingredient in two Merick tomb, Rick has gotten a lot of bows to Merck on its own by itself. In, in mass doesn't do much for you. But what everybody's excited about with two Merick is the cure cumin, that's in the in the tumor. Now, it is the only pharmacologically active ingredient, and it does some really, really cool. Thanks, because curcumin has a really unique in the plant world structure. It has two distinct anti Oxygent functions. Hanging off of it. So, you know, you've heard foods foods that are good for you. Because they're antioxidant this food this spice. Pure cumin has double the antioxidant power of about anything else because it's got two great. Big antioxidant molecules hanging on it, it is exceptional for disease, fighting cure cumin is exceptional for disease fighting. I'm not talking about cumin, the seeds spice. I'm talking about cure cumin from the tumor, Rick route. Okay..
"kerman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
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"kerman" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"The group from central high were almost in fresno at highway one thousand nine and belmont smoke was seen coming from one of the wheels slowed down bass and once he came to a full stop the tire popped chaperone teachers were able to get all of our students evacuated off of the bus and then they were a safe while we had fire department in highway patrol come and then very quickly we were able to get another bus to take our students back to the campus central unified sonia dusty says one of the teachers used a fire extinguisher to puts out any potential flames and adds that no injuries were reported dominate mcandrew came j news a seventeen year old kerman high school student was killed yesterday evening after his car slammed into a slow moving tractor happened on johnson near south trinity the kerman area the tractor driver have been working in the area and was headed back to a yard before the crash the tractor was pulling a plough which was a factor leading to severe damage to the victims car causing his death the driver was supposed to graduate this coming week he was on his way to a concert in fresno gunshots were heard and read the last night and that led police to a parked vehicle the the man inside had gunshot wounds to his head he was pronounced dead shortly after arriving at a hospital the incident is being treated as a homicide and anyone with information regarding this crime has urged contact the really police department the fresno police department was able to locate missing dog champ champ is a beloved tenyearold sheet zoo who's on who on may thirteenth was taken while he and his owner were walking in the walmart parking lot on kings canyon road amid ninety chevy pickup driver picked up the dog and left with him police say the pooch has been found and they were able to reunite him with his family and this happened friday evening california utilities are set to invest nearly seven hundred sixty eight million dollars to expand a network of charging stations and other infrastructure for electric vehicles the state has a goal of five million zero emission cars on the roads by twenty thirty the california public utilities commission has unanimously voted to fund programs statewide with an emphasis on building.
"kerman" Discussed on Drinky Fun Time
"Shore hello i'm kyle as i'm the host of never seen it the podcast were comedians rewrite famous movies and tv shows they've never seen and we give them a read in studio this is a clip i wanna play for you guys from an episode where langston kerman rewrite scarface he's never seen it but he wrote a script based on what he thinks he knows about it and here's a clip give it a listen all right scarface the new frontier interior happening discotheque remember when we call clubs discotheques elo the seventies were crazy night the crowd bustles with young hot mexicans who are supposed to be cuban and all are dressed in butterfly college shirts and pants that look like janko genes in pleaded khakis had a really weird baby sex in the air in poppy wants a whiff scarface twenty two to forty five traffic devilish lee handsome not even a little bit of talian looking so get that out of your dumb braid walks to the crowd with the confidence of a man who's going on mtv cribs within yin yang actually have a scar on his face fuck no why would even why would you even ask that that's not important what's important is that he is not at all a problematic stereotype and then he has come for his cocaine as he approaches the red rope of the vip pronounce vais a pay in spanish.
"kerman" Discussed on Suicide Buddies
"Talk right now if you can they're great they will help suicide is not your only option you are cared for and thank you for listening with seal on the next suicide hello i'm kyle i'm the host of never seen it the podcast where comedians rewrite famous movies and tv shows they've never seen and we give them a read in studio this is a clip i wanna play for you guys from an episode where length in kerman rewrite scarface he's never seen it but he wrote a script based on what he thinks he knows about it and here's a clip give it a listen all right scarface the new frontier interior happening disco tick remember when we call clubs this go tech's elo the seventies were crazy night the crowd bustles with young hot mexicans who are supposed to be cuban and all are dressed in butterfly college shirts and pants that look like janko jeans in pleaded khakis had a really weird baby sex in the air in poppy wants a whiff scarface twenty two to forty five traffic devilish handsome not even a little bit of talian looking so get that out of your dumb braid walks to the crowd with the confidence of a man who's going on mtv cribs within yin yang.
"kerman" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Oh we he tells the absolute truth and clears up any misconceptions he tells it like it is and i believe i can get the truth from him and that of kerman j might carry solutions for a better america this is your host herman cane thank you for joining us because you know we gonna tell you to drew we're going to give you two facts because we want you to be better informed than inspired to help make this a better united states of america thank you for joining us here in the south east i e atlanta i e georgia there's a huge storm going through and on the eastern coast of georgia in some parts of florida there are tornado warnings but right here in the area where will located is ranked literally rain in now not literally raining cats and dogs i suppose shane of say that i'm going to hear for from the uh the what is it the owner keita yes sita people tasty animals yes they will be really upset i can't say as raining cats and doubts they all come after me for being cruel to cats and dogs is the figure of speech folks but it is rain in really really really really hard in a made me think of one of those maya angelou s quotes try to be a rainbow and some ones cloud a lot of clouds out there in certain parts of the country today but life every day it's a good idea to travel to be a rainbow and someone's cloud because as long as you a helping someone else smiled.
"kerman" Discussed on WSB-AM
"In which the left who are bitterly resent will go we had won control ask for the first time in forty years and decided that i was the problem and so they went out of their way to try to destroy me by these kinds of attacks which is why i'm probably much more cautious than most republican in watching what i see developing uh you know what went up when i see a grand jury in a in a constituency in word uh trump got four point eight percent of the vote vetted by 19 to one constituency did not vote for him i said i know now how likely is that grand are going to be filled with people who are hostile to the president uh when i consider them birthday grand jury could lead to a trial in the same jurisdiction and i remember that in the case you mention in kerman incurs a horrible abuse of prosecutorial power when the a and one objectively there's no question grabbed patrick with your own uh hungary abused his power to go after dick cheney cheapest fare well in the trial isn't the case there were eleven democrats and one green party member you see eye it sounds to me like muller is now on a on a fish sheikh expedition and this was address this weekend and what's rosenstein said was a couple of things that interested me the bob muller understands i understand the specific scope of the investigation so it's not a fishing expedition and that the special council is subject to rules and regulations of the department of justice and if it's something out side that skopia needs to come to the attack acting attorney general which is him now my question is why isn't rosenstein looking at the people that muller hired and saying why you only hiring democratic donors and why did you hire hillary's attorney to be part of this investigation well i'm okay because he grew a kind of question and i i noticed one of the media morning which was analyzing the current situation and they they had three obama uh justice department officials is their commentators okay can the fbi and more than this but i think closer to game of thrones and redistributed normal i think what have is an outsider won the capital the capitol is now in rebellion against.