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"I'm russ and here's what you need to know about today. It is be bold and be free day. And i've got to say that proud because i'm one of the naked heads. Wow we should start calling yourself. That naked heads feel catch on. We'll see yeah. Twenty five percent of men lose their hair below the age of thirty. So i had it at least until i was thirty. I mean it was going. But i had it by the age of fifty. It's fifty percent of men are balls in about eighty percent at the age of seventy. So chances are it's going to happen to you. And for those of you twenty percent that are going to keep your hair your entire life you suck that said well you know what though you're not gonna stay cool in the summer like me or freeze in the winter like me i. It's so cold. I don't know why like without like i have to put on a hat or else i am just going to freeze my butt off my head off. Yeah anyway Jacket on right now. You can probably hear it. I think it's making noise in the back anyway. Nearly ninety billion a year is spent in the us on hair care. But hey i don't have to spend any of that will if you have to get a razor and shave parts of it on occasion but yeah bald. People look more mature trustworthy and efficient. So there you go. that's why you can trust me. It's national dessert. Day today as well. And okay i can tell you. All the great things about desserts right. The one of the best things of course is it's relatively inexpensive when you look at it right like they bring you this menu and you've got like five six bucks for dessert okay. I'll go ahead and do it. I'll get one but not this one restaurant. Yes serendipity three restaurant in new york. They hold the guinness book of world records for the most expensive dessert. It is called the frozen hot chocolate ice cream sunday. And it costs yeah. I'm doing a long dramatic pause here. Twenty five thousand dollars for dessert. Twenty five thousand dollars will. It's got twenty eight different cocoa's including fourteen of the world's most expensive but here's the real thing. The sunday is decorated with five grams of edible twenty three carat gold. It served a goblet lined with edible gold and at the base of the goblet. You've got an eighteen carat gold bracelet. Okay there you go. That's a lot of the cost. It's got one carat of white diamonds in that bracelet. So i guess you're you're not only getting dessert. You're also getting a bracelet but still this seems crazy expensive. Yeah and then. I guess you'd have to tip on this right twenty percent on. It's like five thousand dollars so good luck. Enjoy your dessert for those few go there. Well you're having that will look at the history of today and we'll start in nineteen sixty two well. The world has never been as close to the brink of nuclear war as it was on this day in nineteen sixty two the cold war between the united states and the soviet union was reaching a boiling point nikita khruschev soviet union leader. He didn't like that. We had nukes in turkey. Were a little too close for comfort so he was unhappy with that so he decided. Well it's did this little thing with cuba here because you know cuba's not too happy. Fidel castro doesn't like jfk because of the whole bay of pigs invasion thing that happened well this day. The cuban missile crisis happened. See we sent all of these planes over cuba in found that missile basis were being constructed that missiles were on their way. What do they do. How do they stop this. How did they react well. It took several days to try to figure out exactly what to do. Jfk came to the decision to really like basically put a blockade. So we're not going to attack. We're not going to do all of these various things that he was being advised to do. Instead he was going to try to use some sort of. I guess diplomacy to try to stop this right so planning went on for several days on october. Twenty second. jfk. Win on live tv to reveal the details to the country and everything that was going on. This is what he said he said. It shall be the policy of this nation to regard any nuclear missile launched from cuba against any nation in the western hemisphere as an attack by the soviet union on the united states requiring a full retaliatory response so the actions of jfk and this. He stood strong. This whole thing worked out. There's been other times because this is just one example in this tough relationship that we've had with russia here in the united states. Yeah in the korean war. Were actually fired. Well okay. we were on different sides. North korea south korea and wasn't actually the us technically shooting at russia russia's shooting at the us but there were shots fired during the vietnam war anti aircraft missiles shot down us planes and yeah crazy. Tanks pointed weapons at each other one time in berlin The soviet navy rammed a us ship in the black sea at least four incidents in which technical glitches have almost caused nukes to be fired because they thought they detected something crazy. Is that so not. Only on this day nineteen sixty-two where we close to nuclear war with russia. Seemed like this can happen. Many times. knock on wood hopefully. We're all still here today. I mean. I'm recording this the day before. We'll see on this day in nineteen eighty seven. I remember this story coming out. It was crazy. Baby jessica jessica. Mcclure fell into a well at her aunt's back yard in midland texas. She was just eighteen months and she stuck down there in this well. It was tough to get anybody down there so they actually had drill a second hole close to it and then basically get this little tunnel so that they could get over to her and pull her out. It took over fifty eight hours yet. She was in this well for fifty eight hours. That is just unbelievable. Now the way to get her was also still like going down. The shaft was going to be very difficult now. They found a roofing contractor. Yeah a roofing. Contractor is guy named run short and he was born without collar bones so he could basically claps his shoulders so that he could get down into like this really tight space. So he's the one that went down and pulled baby jessica out. This of course would become a movie of the week a couple of years later it was on. Abc fact cnn. Just did a new a story on this earlier this year about the whole thing. One of the photos from the scene won the pulitzer prize for Photography that year and.
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"khruschev" Discussed on Real Dictators
"Describe. The summit is the worst thing in my life. He savaged me as we get closer to the cuban missile crisis kennedy and khrushchev have a famous summit in vienna and kennedy wants to show khruschev that he is tough that he is desiring to be the leader of the united states and he enters into a debate with khrushchev on the merits of communism versus capitalism. And he comes back. After that debate to the house he was staying in and he tells his aides. I think i lost that debate with khruschev. He thinks i'm a lightweight and sought reinforced in. Kennedy's mind. That krisha believed that kennedy was not a substantial adversary which meant that kennedy would have to prove. His mettle against khrushchev in some other way in fact khruschev wrote in his memoirs that he came to respect kennedy very much in that debate and so it was the opposite of what kennedy preceived. But kennedy's perception led to what he was gonna do later. Kennedy didn't come to vienna to debate the pros and cons of marxism. But that's what he's ended up doing chris. Jeff is delighted at one point in the discussion. Kennedy accepts that the us and the soviet union are equals on the world stage in terms of the amount of power and influence that they yield. This may seem like an innocuous concession but in fact it is music to christus ears. He's used to dealing with. Us presidents and officials who treat the ussr like an inferior enemy not a strategic rival of equal standing khrushchev may be a man of advancing years but his vigour his aggression catches kennedy off guard as the two leaders. Depart the summit. Both of them know full well. The scoreboard reads one nothing to krushtchev. John kennedy has only been president for eight months but already when it comes to the cold war he cuts somewhat beleaguered figure the bay of pigs the vienna summit now in september nineteen sixty one. The creation of a new global grouping cold the non aligned movement the next month september nineteen sixty one twenty five countries get together at create the nonaligned movement. So this was an expression of third world solidarity saying we don't want to be dominated by either the soviet union or the united states and the united states saw this as a very real threat because from the perspective of the united states. The world was divided into what we call zero sum. If you think about a piece of pie or pies on all and you have part of the pie. And i have part of the pie. Any part of the pie. That i get has to come from your portion any part of the pie. You get has to come from my portion. That's called zero-sum and we believe that if you were not with the united states you are not align neutral. You're actually against us. You had no choice. You're either with us or against us. There was no room for neutrals and the united states demanded that no country in the western hemisphere join the nonaligned movement except one country did and that was cuba. The third world is a new battleground in the cold war if the bay of pigs made washington and moscow really sit up and take notice of cuba now. They can't take their eyes off. The caribbean for kennedy. The mounting pressure leads to a significant decision. To overthrow the revolutionary. Cuban government once and for all america might have toyed with this idea before enabling the cuban exiles and flirting with economic sanctions. Now it seems there was no turning back after the bay of pigs kennedy decides. He needs to overthrow the cuban government. This is now a foreign inside in the western hemisphere. It's undermining the credibility of the united states as the leader of the western hemisphere. It's a country that is neutral nominally in the cold war and is somewhat antagonistic to the united states so it's the loss of credibility as the dominant player in the western hemisphere. That's the concern not so much communism and so kennedy decides. We have to get rid of this. Cuban operation mongoose will be the largest. Cia operation ever undertaken up to this point it will become the template for many other covert regime change operations that the united states will lead throughout the third world. Operation mongoose is a four point plan was regular covert action subversive activities where the united states would go in an attempt to blow up factories railroad stations electric towers. They poisoned sugar. That was waiting on the doctor be exported. They killed local leaders. Two is an economic embargo. Essentially a way of cutting cuba off from much of the rest of the world so an informal embargo begins in nineteen sixty when the united states cuts off buying sugar from cuba but the formal embargo which continues today gets put in place in february of nineteen sixty two as a way of essentially destroying the cuban economy. Think about the fact that cuba had eighty five percent of its trade with the united states. So all of its machinery. Although it's cars all of its buses trucks were us an in order to buy spare parts for these things with the breakdown. You have to buy it from the united states. So if there's an embargo you can't buy spare parts. And there was no market any longer. Guba could sell things to the united states or by things like oil and so. This was a major effort to overthrow the cuban regime. Parts three and four comprised political than military pressure in january of nineteen sixty two. The us has cuba suspended. From the organization of american states this is followed by tub thumping military exercises in the region. The most famous of these was a military exercise. Twenty thousand seamen. That attacked an island off the coast of puerto rico. In a mock exxon's the island is actually vegas but they dame the island in this exercise or sack omar not essays which is castro spelled backwards and cubans got the message that the united states was preparing for an invasion of cuba. Covert missions will begin to assassinate castro and other cuban leaders. Castro will comment if surviving assassination. Attempts were an olympic event. And i would win the gold medal. Dodge in incredible six hundred thirty eight attempts on his life. Some of these a scarcely believable colorfully painted con shows. Philp at ten t will be dropped into the water surrounding the hilton havana by castro and his harem of women live. He'll receive a brand new wetsuit from a secret. Admira with a rare fungus sewn into the material designed to give him a cornick skin disease a former girlfriend will attempt to take him out with a tub of cold cream loaded with poison. All of these attempts will fail but before long in financial terms. At least castro's feeling the pinch as the cuban economy begins to grind to a halt the revolutionary strongman. Turns to the only man he believes can help him. The soviet premier nikita khrushchev. Castro wants to become a member of the warsaw-pact soviet equivalent of nato but from khrushchev's position. This would then obligate the soviets to come to cuba's aid where they attacked. It would tie. The two nations together khrushchev wants more flexibility than that. So and lou pack membership. He office castro something rather different missiles. Missiles are the currency of the cold war. The means by which each side ways itself against the opponent. The missile gap has become the key barometer progress before coming to office. Jfk had believed the gap favored the soviet union. He'd come pain than the theme. That president eisenhower dropped the ball in allowing the enemy to pull ahead but once in office the democrats were surprised to find that the complete opposite was the case on october. The twenty third nineteen sixty. One roswell guilt patrick. The deputy secretary of defense gives a speech that sends a chill down the spine of khrushchev jeff and his team and now gail patrick in october of nineteen sixty one announces. Well in fact. The united states is way ahead of the soviet union in terms of not only warheads that we had we had five hundred nuclear warheads and they had fifty not only. Were we way ahead of them. But we had more abilities abilities to launch an attack because we had intercontinental ballistic missiles had long range bombers and we had nuclear submarines and he said but you know what the missile gap is actually in our favor. We're gonna be building up even more. We're going to be so tough that you'll see how powerful we are remember. It's all about perceptions now it's not so much about guns ships tanks planes. It's about deterrence. Threats proxy conflicts. Red lines it's about demonstrating your power to the world but holding back from unleashing armageddon. It's about misao tests. Which paint a picture for your enemy showing them what to expect. If they push too far it falls to the soviet union to return serve. Both sides been exploding nuclear bombs in the far-flung regions of their respective territories just days after the roswell speech one particular soviet missile test stuns american observers on october the thirtieth nineteen sixty one the largest nuclear weapon ever constructed is set off far out in the icy depths of the russian arctic sea. The saw bumba as this device is known is so powerful. Some genuine fear. It's detonation threatens. The health of the planet itself they explode the largest hydrogen bomb had ever been exploded in history before since fifty megatons. It was so large that some people thought it might even set the earth's atmosphere on fire so it was fifty times bigger than the warheads being sent to cuba which was fifty times. Bigger than the warhead that destroyed hiroshima. We're talking about a bond that is unimaginable and they exploded if you can get missiles within striking distance of your enemies home territory even if you have no real desire to actually use them. Then that changes the terms of the game. America already has jupiter ballistic missiles positioned in italy and turkey pointing straight at the soviet union as it stands in the event of all out war. The us could likely destroy much of the us are before the soviets could even react. In addition since kennedy launched by pigs invasion and operation mongoose. It's no great secret that the united states is working night and day to topple castro from soviet perspective. What kind of damage with that do. So the morale and confidence of would be left wing revolutionaries the world over castro's proven that he's able to resist us military and political pressure to no small degree from khrushchev's point of view cuba's relative strength and its desire for an ally ship has created a crucial technical opening. If the soviets can get missiles into cuba then in the war perceptions they will hold the upper hand or at least even out the balance of power. It changed the ability of the soviet union to respond to a us threat. In the jargon of these people they talk about first strikes and seconds like a first strike as an aggressive. Move where you hit i. A second strike is the ability to strike back after. You've been hit the idea. Is that if you don't have that ability. Then you're vulnerable to a first strike by the other side because the other side won't be deterred from waging war against you the soviets had medium range missiles that could hit both china or europe in a defensive manner but they did not have the long range missiles sufficient to attack the united states. That's say sufficient to act as a deterrent against the united states directly. And so the only way they could have done. This is bhai increasing the number of long range missiles they had or moving their short range missiles closer to the united states and cuba was that kind of platform and these were on ballistic missiles that could hit cities on the east coast of the united states. All the way up to new york within a matter of eight minutes after they were fired and certainly enough to destroy new york washington all of the east coast and further west as well new orleans the major infrastructure the united states east of the mississippi and so for one thing that was seen as a threat because the soviets had never done anything like this before all their missiles were housed inside the soviet union. Dont that the presence of soviet military hardware in the caribbean will they believe strengthened the communists hand thousands of miles across the atlantic in europe since august. Nineteen sixty one. The german city of berlin has been riven into by the berlin wall. The cold war in europe is a story for another day but in short berlin is now two cities. The communist and capitalist one east points towards moscow west to washington the struggle for control of berlin as become a mighty symbolic battle for hearts and minds in europe. The president kennedy and his advisors and for many who share their ideals west berlin of beacon of light surrounded on all sides by the communist territory of the gdr. The east german state. America's entire cold war credibility feel rest upon protecting west berlin in august. Nineteen sixty one. The soviets put up the berlin wall which becomes a symbol of the cold war. Been the west. It was treated as a horrendous activity stopping these people who wanted freedom from going into west germany and it became another crisis for kennedy. They believe that. Actually the soviets might be willing to bargain away. These missiles in return for the united states to give up berlin and now berlin had become a kind of symbol of us willingness to defend europe in the face of alleged soviet aggression. And so if the soviets got the united states to give up berlin and let east germany taken over this would be seen as a major loss to the united states and so the reasoning on the part of. Us officials was the soviets wanted a bargaining chip and this would be a great bargaining chip putting missiles in cuba under pressure from his generals khrushchev accepts the notion of planting missiles in cuba. You might wonder why. Castro is so acquiesce in the soviets game. Surely this puts a massive targets on cuba's back setting them on a collision course of the world's most powerful military well from where castro standing a full blown invasion of cuba. Seems only a matter of time away. The presence of soviet military hardware however might just dissuade the americans from taking that fateful step. It's a calculated risk. But how to go about doing it how to get the missiles set up some feel that the us should do it. Brazenly cuba is a sovereign state and has a right to defend itself castro once these missiles under international law shouli. He's allowed them. Khrushchev is far more cautious. He's wary of provoking the us unnecessarily. He prefers a more covert plan. He wants to sneak the weapons into cuba that represent kennedy with accompli. The missiles are here. Now you can't do anything about it. Imagine interest of says if we pull this off we can announce the missiles presence in cuba on the forty fifth anniversary of the bolshevik revolution about that for symbolism. A huge foreign policy victory presented to our people on the proudest day in our calendar. Fidel castro is unconvinced. No matter how the soviet spin it he knows the united states will view this as a sneaky. Move as going behind their back. Customer even sends his brother raul to the soviet union person to demand the khrushchev makes missile plant public after consulting with his advisors khrushchev sticks to his guns a rather his missiles. The team tells him bet. The missiles can be hidden obscured from any surveillance by the dense palm tree forests and cuba. Well palm trees dunk grow in dense forests And khruschev didn't understand this and so he was misled by his own people into thinking he can hide it from the united states. It's late july. Nineteen sixty to a group of soviet ships makes its way through the as azure summer waters of the caribbean on board materials to construct military bases as well. Let's component parts of missiles. Ready to be assembled when the ships make land but watching on this convoy approaches cuba. You'd never guess what kogo the vessels carrying they missile components. The parts of the base. Start arriving in late. July soviet soldiers are decked out in hawaiian shirts. Going on seeming. A vacation to cuba would in fact they were carrying missiles but at this stage kennedy and his advisors do not believe that any significant defensive weapons have arrived on the island and any missiles that ave they say appear early defensive ones even his word the weapons arrival filters out of vanna and across the seat in miami. Us policymakers hold firm to initial mistaken assumption. Word gets out by some cuban that in fact the soviets are putting in missiles huge missiles people described these large missiles on flatbed trucks going in small country roads because every cuban exile came to the united states was interviewed by intelligence agencies to find out what was going on and the cia calculated that in fact these stories were not accurate because they have been hearing the same stories since nineteen fifty nine and now they were hearing again. It's because of this false assumption. That kennedy makes one of his most significant missteps in his handling the brewing crisis. He's been coming under a lot of pressure for military hawks in congress and the senate because he believes the cuba does not yet have offensive. Missiles kennedy is happy to draw a red line. It's red line become back to honed him. Senator keating and new york senator believed these stories and he started making speeches attacking the kennedy administration for not protecting the united states again. This idea. the democrats aren't good on defense. And so in response to keating's speeches kennedy on september fourth nineteen sixty two gives a press conference where he announces that he will not allow any missiles any offensive. Mrs meaning ballistic missiles to be brought to cuba they could bring surface to air missiles which are wholly defensive but they could not bring any offensive missiles to cuba zero. Nada theodore sorensen. Kennedy's chief counsel and speechwriter. Said years later that had he thought the missiles were being actually brought their kennedy would have said something like no more than fifty. I won't allow any more than fifty offensive missiles because he did not want a confrontation with khrushchev. But he was told by the cia that in fact there were none because the did believe these reports you can imagine then the sinking feeling. The cia analysts feeling their stomachs. When on october the fifteenth they realize that the missiles are in fact in situ american youtube reconnaissance. Flights have been circulating. Cuban espace photographing any suspicious locations on the ground on the fifteenth as the analysts. Gather round to scrutinize the latest batch. Images they discerned the unmistakable outline of a missile base. They now have photo evidence of likely medium range missiles being installed there is no knowing at this stage whether or not these missiles are atomic weapons. The images offer no clear evidence of nuclear warheads. clearly these are offensive. Ballistic missiles mcgeorge bundy. The national security adviser is informed that evening about the discovery and he decides not to tell kennedy on fifteenth. He said it was because he knew the next day would be very tough and he wanted kennedy. Get a good night's sleep more likely kennedy had some paramore over at the white house. A lady of the night and.
Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"khruschev" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"Khruschev speaking at the un general assembly in one thousand nine hundred sixty followed i think by alfred at dejan ski square who is still listening. Apparently james my russian. I'm sure is not a patch on yours. But there is a fair bit of fairly heavy duty fire-breathing from crucial there about the grave of colonial slavery down with him and bury him the deeper the better and so forth it. Should we be at all concerned that this is the man in charge of making some fairly fundamental decisions about whether or not the rest of us next week sending some pretty strong stuff in there the align with with something like along the lines that we're not here on earth because of the murphy of goto bickers of your kindness because of the strength of the great soviet people. So he's making pretty clear where he's coming from and again. You picked out those other lines. The beginning i mean i think if we look back since became a soviet leader in one thousand nine hundred eighty three of the death of jersey stolen been quite a few surprises and successes in the way that he's that the country to surprise. Of course you remember. It took a while to leak count but his speech at the twentieth party. Congress in which to cost denounced the excesses of the stalin era on that news of that. Of course eventually leaks in the west taking weeks in some cases but the have been success is if we think about the launch sputnik if we think about the shooting down of course of the plane and the capture the pilot gary powers. This is a later in many ways. Inspired the soviet people unpersuaded them in this competition with capitalism socialism. Communism is edging ahead. All that said yes. You're right. I mean this is a man who survived the bachelor sterling graduates very proud of fourteen that grace of victory there. And perhaps you know having come from that background you know with your country facing existential threat from a very powerful enemy. Maybe it's not too far suggests not formed his outlook on life and he's willing to take risk and to let people know what he thinks of them joins. I guess a lot of this is going to boil down to the relatively recently developed field of study known as game theory. Is there a danger. That chairman crucial might find himself pushed into having painted himself into a corner. He cannot get out of these there away that he can back down out of this. Can he do that and keep his job. Well that's a very good question. I mean i think he probably can at least for now. But i think if he does. He's likely to say a good deal of criticism. I think we can certainly say that. From other parts of the communist world's variously looked moscow to provide leadership and his but also to moscow. Just stand up to him. They also would see as western imperialist western aggressive star. Think the will certainly be questions if we all managed to get away from you know the brink of this terrible crisis which we seem to find ourselves but it is seen at least publicly that the soviet union has in any way back down. So i think he's going to need to get some kind of agreement at least publicly offers of changes does that you can save his position to say at least for now joins we will be talking later in the show about the american chain of nuclear command and that does infanta seem fairly clear cut. It's also going to be a very important consideration. Vis-a-vis how this crisis plays out. I'm sure it's something. They desperately trying to figure out in the white house right now. He's chairman khruschev actually making the decisions to be honest with you under any creepy difficult to know the real answer to that question..
Part of the Problem
"khruschev" Discussed on Part of the Problem
"Up everybody. Welcome to a brand new episode of part of the problem. I am always psyched to do these crossover episodes and we've got another one for you. The man the myth the legend michael malice Host of your welcome author of many books most recently the anarchist handbook which is still just absolutely crushing it. Of course he also wrote dear reader and the new right and is working on another book coming out sometime next year. We hope Hope this year. We're hoping for this year very good. It's very tough though. I was hoping for next year. I don't wanna yet. I was hoping you do a few more drafts on it. Wait till next year. How are you brother. I it's mixed because it's a lot of the research is very very intense. I'm reading about the berlin wall and at the stasi did the people east germany and you. So you're hearing these stories about people being tortured and whatever and the next day you hearing these stories of heroism were people were like. Yeah on a figure out a way to beat these jack offs at their own game. So it's it's really really really intense and it gets to you because a it's not that far away or long ago like this is like the s were there like raping children and things and in in like a little concentration camps in east germany that they set up but it's also the fact that if i did know about this stuff then i can be pretty sure virtually. No one in america knows about this stuff because his kind of my beat soda to be the one who's going to be telling the story of these year heroes. Just absolute villains is also very Intents sherm absolutely i remember Jordan peterson on On rogan's podcast years ago talking about The idea of heaven and hell as something that really stuck with me and he said that He was like you know they were kind of on the conversation of whether that's real or not and he was like well. We don't really need to look that far to find hell. Cal is real and there are real people living in hell right here in this world and it talks about you know like the jews in nazi concentration camps and people in the gulags and stuff like that where you're like yeah those people are living through hell and the fact is that there are people all around the world who are living in hell right now and some you know and many here in our countries even just in the sense of blake just being miserable relationships you know children who have abuse parents and things like that like your life is just hell and there's something incredibly depressing about you know being confronted with that for those of us who are not in hell we may have our problems but it's very easy to be removed from that that other real human beings lived or are living in situations like that. Yeah i mentioned the story when i was on alexa treatments podcast. Last week i did the trigonometry podcast and when the host told me about how back in the soviet union there were prison guards obviously gulags and then when khruschev came into power after stalin. I believe in fifty three. And he's like yeah. A lot of this stuff was really messed up and khruschev liberalized that some of these guards kill themselves because they are genuine. Believed that these people he's camps should have been there and they learned that they'd been doing this innocent people. They couldn't handle that guilt. So it the the lay the thing it's like. It's not just a friendly with north korea. It's not just have to go to these dopey schools and like have this guy's picture on the wall and where the lapel pin who care. I mean that's the worst of it. Okay who cares but it's the the layers of depravity and you just think about like your some kid and you're like oh. I'm going to join the party not got status. You know now you know. I've got a girlfriend people. Tell me. I'm a hero. My family's proud of me. I can feed them and then the next thing you know. You're like in siberia watching like kids starve and you're like wait. What if you could see like. I didn't sign up for this but you kinda did but you're dumb kid saving with the war machine here. You know it's like you. You think i'm going to sign up. This is going to be great. And then you're like what what what i'm watching my buddies die for. What it yeah. It's really it's really. I mean this is the state at its worst. Obviously yeah yeah absolutely no. I've talked to a lot of combat vets On and off the podcast. And it's a it's really something where they'll be these kids who grow up in like shit towns and they're not great in school you know like they're maybe like see students or something like that and you're like so. What is the option here. It's like i know everyone else you know is like going to get a job at arby's or something like there's really no and then comes in the federal government and they go will here. You can do something. Incredibly noble defend your country. Defend the bill of rights. We're gonna get you in college. We're gonna get you on your on your way to having like a better life and you get to have this bad ass identity. And it's like well. I mean shore in with those options. That sounds really good. And next thing you know like few weeks of training of the one deployment and you are now firing at villagers thousands of miles across the globe. It's really it's it's something so it's it. Yeah i what else. Can i say the kind of thing where like words don't do it justice you're talking about like you know kids being driven to suicide. It's it's what are you supposed to say about it. So but that's my job. I have to figure out how to talk about this in. It's it's not fun. I assure you. Will i imagine with them. Writing the north korea book there was a lot of confronting that type of stuff as well. It wasn't as bad because a lot of it was north korean propaganda. So it's like this is all great and the rug. So i kinda you know that but also it hits. This hits a lot closer to home from the former soviet union so for to be like. Yeah my family solve this and lived through that and like i hear a lot of responses now social media when i talk about on lex when people are like. Yeah like my grandfather. Mother did this by grandfather did this. And they would never talk about it until like they were like ninety Because they didn't want us to know what they went through. And it's it's it just you could also imagine like this old person with their grandkids complaining. That like was to them at school. Like you understand what it's like and eat them just smiling and nodding and you want this little simpleton to just keep you know like yeah you know it. It's so that. But that's the other reason i'm so optimistic. Like as bad as things are now and as evil as these people are. Now i i. It's not even an same galaxy as what happened in the thirties and forties like i. It's not even close. Yeah and the other thing is because of technology like it's a lot easier to get away with this crap would not. Everyone has a smartphone. And you don't have access to the direct data and video. I mean if you had Cell phones with cameras during slavery. The a lot of people would be good. They approve. its they're awash but there's lots of people young people women who've they had to see footage of people getting whipped and beaten and crying on pain even if they're racist and think this is not you know someone who's your equal. It's really hard to look at that and be like this is fine. I it'd be a big percentage of population. Like whoa whoa. Whoa whoa this. We we can this. This has to stop immediately. So that's another reason. I'm on a hopeful.
The Michael Berry Show
"khruschev" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"Rustan has written a book to help you. Focus on the family not your career. Because that's what our country needs right now. We continue our conversation with him. You've been around. Since at least two carter admit i mean since at least the ford administration read that in your bio women when you say while the emphasis by the world is often placed on careers the most important work we do as leaders is within the confines of our own home. What are you willing to give yourself to your family in order to make it happier and stronger do you think that that workplace professionals have let work creep in more or less than they did before. Maybe the phone affects that. Because i think this is particularly true of women who who in big numbers in the fifties and then especially sixties and seventies eighties for sure. We're entering the workforce. And i think you really see that in the home life michael. That's a good point. I think it's true on two fronts one because we have dual incomes in most homes in america today and number two is social media and technology which is invaded. All of our lives. And i think we have to decide even with twos two family members working that the husband and the wife significant other can agree on those boundaries when they're going to be available in present and when they're not and they can also agree on how they manage technology within their family for example psychologists would say that You can take your calls at home if you want to. For example if i'm speaking to a little four year old daughter. And i get a call. And i said well just a second honey. I've got take this call. And i do it again and i do it again. Well three or four or five times. The child now suddenly realized that their second to the phone to that technology. They aren't as important. That's a horrible signal to be sending a child. i think we have to take sabbaticals from technology. There is an off button on all cell phones. Use it turn it off and spend time in the places you need to spend the time. And i think if we do that if we bring that discipline to our lives we'll be happier at home. We'll be happy in our corporate structure and in our careers. Well and i find it very interesting that we somehow survived before we had these phones and we somehow survived before we were available at all times. And i've also learned that some people are very abusive of others time. And if you make yourself available at all times they not only don't respect you. They will abuse that. And then if you draw a line and say as you said i don't take calls after six. Pm that if you want me you'll you'll have to send it by a message that i read in the morning or i might read before i go to bed however that works dependent on your field of study or your field of profession but when you tell people there's a boundary. Most people actually respect you for being bold enough to define that boundary. Don't they yes they do. I found out that the absolutely true and people often say man. I wish i could do that. I wish i had those boundaries and then as we speak longer and and talk about these disciplines they realize they can and that's a choice that they make. It's also important that we manage the technology our children because we've allowed them oftentimes to have nearly unlimited access to technology anytime they would like and and that's also damaging and dangerous. So i think it's a. It's an issue of us having the discipline necessary. The belief necessary across our entire lives that we're going to compartmentalize certain things and then disciplined to do that. And why don't we do that. I think we have happier lives. We do and far more fulfilling lives. I don't think that anything that's going to be our lasting contribution to this earth and posterity is going to come through the ll in. Omg text messages. It's it's the sense of connectedness and yet isolation in this vapid hollow existence that is continuous communication about nothing in particular where the great thoughts may may be have a moment to think and composing structure An argument of position thought instead of the constant give and take of. What are you doing at this moment. what are you doing at this moment. it's it's unhealthy. I believe it's terribly unhealthy. I agree with you. Michael and i think one of the things we're missing in contemporary in life is taking the time and space necessary to think deeply about things because i article i read recently. Michael said that the average text responded to in thirty seconds the average email in two and a half minutes if we're doing that all day if that's what we're doing we're not thinking about much at all we're just responding to other people's agenda and that means we're not getting important things down so we need to take time and space to really decide who we are the life we wanna live our commitment to our families and our businesses and our communities but then really discipline ourselves to make them as successful as they can be in their own space. I've always liked the word. Measured a measured response whether that's in the diplomatic Realm to what khruschev banging his shoe on the table or a japanese you know aggressive maneuver but measured responses to a question from our child or to a complaint from an employee or a customer or a vendor this idea of instant communication because we have become slaves to it. almost prevents a measured response. Because the idea is quick is more important than thoughtful and substantive and i think long term that's unhealthy and ineffective it's less effective than it could be. You're right. I think that's really true. I also think it's important that we have to appreciate that. We can't read emotions in the texts and emails right. We don't know exactly what the modes are. The person who's typing that any moment in time and so we make assumptions and oftentimes. Those assumptions are wrong. So we if we were more measured if we had a better cadence and pace about our response we might oftentimes respond more appropriately or think about it more properly then just a quick response so i absolutely agree with you michael. I think it's an excellent point. The book is the leader within us mindset principles and tools for a life by design. You say no success in life compensates for failure in the home. I wonder how many people come to that conclusion when it's too late when the children are grown up when the children are angry that dad was never there when the children feel left out and i see so many times that people will start a family much later in life and i feel like what they're trying to do is make up for where they made mistakes in the first time around. What if you could recognize that early in life and say. I'm not going to do that boy. So important wouldn't it. You know like all my wife. And i went and spent two weeks working for other traces charities in calcutta india the first week we spent for the center at the center for dying patients the second week the adoption of a special needs children under five and You know we help people in our arms. You were dying. We fed them their last meal. we cried with them and not one of them talked about material wealth. Not one of them talked about accumulated success. They talked about the close personal relationships people. They love the people they were going to miss. And that's really what our lives are about. And when we can realize that and live our life. Accordingly our lives have so much more value to us and others and we can also help to inspire motivate and guide those who don't think that way yet so we have a big work ahead of us. But i think it's an important work. And i think this is an important piece. I encourage everyone to read it. You can find out more about him at warren rustan which spelled r. u. s. t. a. n. d. and the book is entitled the leader within us mindset principles and tools for a life by design. And yes that includes you and you and you and you. They were. Thank you and.
"khruschev" Discussed on ARN
"Dot com slash. Aren't gonna feel better or not. Do thanks to feels dot com slash own arm. We're watching Berry dr so here. At the time he was crusher crew chef working. Why do you think berry was so successful. And many different gimmicks that he was she a big various. Gotta be about. I want to say about two eighty five to ninety rod. He'll see how quickly moved across that rain. Yeah berry was athlete. You know he was just a you know. His history was like a powerlifter in a big strong guy but he was quick and he was athletic and they got around that raining. Really really good and is you could tell he was just some big guy that plotted around tremendous athlete. And just a side note all to this day berry dr so remains one of my dearest friends is wife. Theresa's probably one of aaron's best friends that she's had over the years to lasted all this time so this is really cool to see mary and they're tearing it up. Yeah i remember you talking before on previous episodes about he was the one that you would stay in contact with and was the one who said. Hey you need to get up here to the debbie liaison for those couple of years from the first time that we were contacted by berry to come on up into when we eventually came on. So this show here. Barry by the way crusher khruschev would get the win Fleming had no shot. He tapped out. Tommy young was your referee for the match another. He just a stand up. One of the best referees. I think of all time. When i think of referees at least i know you probably enjoyed working with them as well. I really did and you know something needs to be said about referees. Of that time tommy would would sometimes take the entire card. He would do every match. Which is unheard of you know. Sometimes he would have a relief referee there but for the most part tommy would do all the matches and nobody seems to something that kind of bypass a lot of people if you're watching the show but think about that because now you'll probably have for a two hour show. You'll have as many as three referees. Yeah yeah you're right. I mean they take turns where tommy was the man he was every match. You'd see tommy young running around out there so that's a good point. I'm glad you brought that up at a workhorse. Appreciated you know. Referee is not an easy job. So we just if you're following along with us it's five minutes forty five seconds where i'm matt bob. Goggle just announced that wa who mcdaniel will not face ric flair in indian strap match for the title the world champion flair comes out and of course takes his shirt off and now wa who was out. And they're gonna be brawling here in a minute flares a baby face year and. We're gonna see telly make his way out. A lot of interesting side notes. This show is taped in spartanburg south carolina on march fifth. Do you have any of fond memories of working here in this. Arena at the memorial auditorium. It was well. I tv taping. So you never forget that with a new company in are just left pensacola and just starting. So you know when you have your first television in your locker room full of strangers and all the pressure that's involved there and you want to do well you're opening. Tv people are going to have their first impression of you. You know and you better make a good one is just one. You never forget in that building. I'll tell you while the other things i remember was hot. I'm mean blazing hot. you know. In those days. It was just acceptable. Which was fine. I'd like to have you know good sweat. Go on before i get in the ring anyway. Good warm up and in those arenas back in those days. It was really hot. It was harder for the crowd. Then i think it was for the wrestlers because man you get their hourly and you're sitting there bacon and then you get all tore up watching the matches in your at your seat and jumping up and down and you know. There's no relief in sight. So maybe we should you know. Have the fans take a bow and say as hard on you guys. We appreciate us. You know standing there and stay in receptive rowdy and wild and and just enjoy yourself and as we're watching this angle unfold here. Telly made his way to the ring. And flares in baby face and they're attacking flair wall who is got the stripe out and he's given it to rick baby dolls hanging on ric flair holding him on the ropes. As these three are attacking the nature boy but as they pan the camera around the crowd. All i see these huge big bright lights. No wonder it was hot in there but to your point. Yeah really was you know. It's a weird thing which i figured out pretty quickly read was a he'll everywhere in the world except for the carolinas and it was a cost that was i guess. He had started there his career basically and You know he was like a homegrown entity almost even though he was but he was a baby face in the carolina so there was a weird dynamic. There i now everyone.
"khruschev" Discussed on ARN
"Berry dr so here. At the time he was crusher crew chef working. Why do you think berry was so successful. And many different gimmicks that he was she a big got gotta be about. I want to say about two eighty five to ninety rod. He'll see how quickly moved across that rain. Yeah berry was athlete. You know he was just a you know. His history was like a powerlifter in a big strong guy but he was quick and he was athletic and they got around that raining. Really really good and is you could tell he was just some big guy that plotted around tremendous athlete. And just a side note all to this day berry dr so remains one of my dearest friends is wife. Theresa's probably one of aaron's best friends that she's had over the years to lasted all this time so this is really cool to see mary and they're tearing it up. Yeah i remember you talking before on previous episodes about he was the one that you would stay in contact with and was the one who said. Hey you need to get up here to the debbie liaison for those couple of years from the first time that we were contacted by berry to come on up into when we eventually came on. So this show here. Barry by the way crusher khruschev would get the win Fleming had no shot. He tapped out. Tommy young was your referee for the match another. He just a stand up. One of the best referees. I think of all time. When i think of referees at least i know you probably enjoyed working with them as well. I really did and you know something needs to be said about referees. Of that time tommy would would sometimes take the entire card. He would do every match. Which is unheard of you know. Sometimes he would have a relief referee there but for the most part tommy would do all the matches and nobody seems to something that kind of bypass a lot of people if you're watching the show but think about that because now you'll probably have for a two hour show. You'll have as many as three referees. Yeah yeah you're right. I mean they take turns where tommy was the man he was every match. You'd see tommy young running around out there so that's a good point. I'm glad you brought that up at a workhorse. And they should be appreciated. You know referee is not an easy job so we just if you're following along with us it's five minutes forty five seconds where i'm matt bob. Goggle just announced that wa who mcdaniel will not face ric flair in indian strap match for the title the world champion flair comes out and of course takes his shirt off and now wa who was out. And they're gonna be brawling here in a minute flares a baby face year and. We're gonna see telly make his way out. A lot of interesting side notes. This show is taped in spartanburg south carolina on march fifth. Do you have any of fond memories of working here in this. Arena at the memorial auditorium. It was well. I tv taping. So you never forget that with a new company in are just left pensacola and just starting. So you know when you have your first television in your locker room full of strangers and all the pressure that's involved there and you want to do well you're opening. Tv people are going to have their first impression of you. You know and you better make a good one is just one. You never forget in that building. I'll tell you while the other things i remember was hot. I'm mean blazing hot. you know. In those days. It was just acceptable. Which was fine. I like to have you know good sweat. Go on before i get in the ring anyway. Good warm up and in those arenas back in those days. It was really hot. It was harder for the crowd. Then i think it was for the wrestlers because man you get their hourly and you're sitting there bacon and then you get all tore up watching the matches in your at your seat and jumping up and down and you know. There's no relief in sight. So maybe we should you know. Have the fans take a bow and say as hard on you guys. We appreciate us. You know standing there and stay in receptive rowdy and wild and and just enjoy yourself and as we're watching this angle unfold here. Telly made his way to the ring. And flares in baby face and they're attacking flair wall who is got the stripe out and he's given it to rick baby dolls hanging on ric flair holding him on the ropes. As these three are attacking the nature boy but as they pan the camera around the crowd. All i see these huge big bright lights. No wonder it was hot in there but to your point. Yeah really was you know. It's a weird thing which i figured out pretty quickly read was a he'll everywhere in the world except for the carolinas and it was a cost that was i guess. He had started there his career basically and You know he was like a homegrown entity almost even though he was but he was a baby face in the carolina so there was a weird dynamic. There i now everyone.
"khruschev" Discussed on ARN
"Hello and welcome to the arms show. This is called brumwell filling in for conrad thompson this week. And i am humbled to be joined by the legend arn anderson. Aren't how are you this week. Well i'm a little disturbed here in the u just came off the beach and now conrad's on the beach. I'm supposed to be the beach bomb in this crew. What's going on here. I'm telling you what man well neither of us were in. Pensacola your favorite beach. But you're right. I just came off of myrtle beach. Conrad is now down. I guess with rick his father-in-law on the family enjoying a little bit of time and but that's good for him man. The guy is busier than i don't. I don't know what so he asked. If i could jump in help out and and so here i am buddy. Well we're both wrestling fans and that's what we have in common. We can talk about dismantling. which is. I'm surprised there's not in black and white but should be funded. I look forward to it. Sir yeah no absolutely. We're going to continue on the journey. That you conrad are on and that is walking through the star of your career man. I'm caught up on these episodes aren't it has been fantastic to listen to how the life of martin lundy has evolved to arn anderson moving into wrestling now coming over to mid atlantic wrestling. And we're going to watch episode today together. We hope all of you can watch it with us. It is from posted on youtube by. Nwea worldwide for three march. Ninth nineteen eighty-five the person that posted it as oh w wc space tv and if you search nwea worldwide three nine eighty five. You're gonna find the exact video. It goes forty seven minutes and three seconds. Aren't we're going to watch it together. You excited about this. Absolutely and i haven't seen this you know and i don't know how long so it's gonna be exciting. It's like watching it for the first time and let's just see what we see. Sounds good sir. I'm looking forward to it and Man this was for me. This was the height of my wrestling. Fandom i guess i would say hi. I was being introduced wrestling. I was six years old. And i remember living outside of a suburban philadelphia on saturday afternoons worldwide wrestling. In that music. Which i'm gonna play a little bit. Just hit like none other. This was in the real wrestling. Came on the stuff that i thought was real at least and so. Let's go ahead and get started. Hopefully if you're watching it with us today you're at the right spot and we're gonna do a countdown on and you and i are going to hit the play button when i say. Play our eight so here we go the countdown three to one play and we opened up to a crowd shot and it's quickly going to transfer and to some of my favorite wrestling theme music. Aren't i gotta play it A man that is all the fields for me. Money brings back some memories for me to my friend So listen the show opens with tony. Shivani and johnny weaver and we all know about tony but arm. What did you know johnny weaver. And do you have any fun stories as we start the show here it was just a guy that was just. He was a veteran and had his career under his belt and had a great career and was very popular in the carolinas. You know he was one of those faces the you saw. Hey this home team and what a nice manny was really was Along with penny weaver. Who is his ex wife and really nice lady to johnny. Weaver was was like the face of this show. At that time. Yeah we got crusher khruschev berry berry. So who would then be smash. He's taking on mark. Fleming in this one the coal officer at ringside and these are these three here. The nwea world six man tag champions at the time you would get involved more with six tags later on in your jim crockett premier. Jim crockett promotions. Run here but what are some of the pros and cons of working a six man tag. Compared to a normal tag it gives you a chance to to have the opportunity that other than one guy sitting on the floor and not getting that experience and stay in the loop to all guys being involved in the match and you can never get enough reps. Get enough match time. You know when you're out in our industry Even though we were working in those days every single day still the tv exposure you know was incredible and It was just a different different scenario. Six-man tags aren't. I don't know if i mentioned enough top at this is one of the first. Tv matches that you're going to be on on this card as we watched the show. You're taking on sam. Houston here you. And i were talking beforehand. This wasn't your first televised match. But one of the one of one of the first few For sure here of eighty-five yeah. It could have been second debuted and broke kids arm and manny fernandez. Kinda got into my business. And i had to give him. What's what's four. And i left him lay on and i was. You know pretty good launch for tv in those days have come out and have that kind of impact so this is probably week to add to not know sam. Houston never met him. But i found out pretty quickly. He's he's pretty season hand at this point already. She experienced the tremendous performer. A.
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Celebrity Edge Becomes First Ship to Sail From USA in 15 Months
"Late for dinner. So here's your crews news. For wednesday. June thirtieth twenty twenty one. After fifteen months costa maya mexico. Welcome back its first khruschev. Yesterday as celebrity as docked there for the first time locals were on the peer to greet passengers with music and dancing as they walked down the pier into the port area. Some even held up big white letters that spelled out welcome back. Visitors had to wear a mask while visiting the port but were allowed to take independent excursions or explore the port
On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"khruschev" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Go to grow dot google slash certificates this point meghna chakrabarti and today we are talking about what might be in. Russian president vladimir. Putin's playbook ahead of the meeting between putin and us president. Joe biden later this week. Now let's listen back to some of the back and forth between the two leaders earlier this year in march president biden was interviewed by abc news and his words created a backlash from the russian government and including from vladimir putin himself. Here's what president biden said. Look most important thing dealing with foreign leaders. In my experience. I dealt with an awful lot of more. My career is just no the other guy. So you know vladimir putin you think he's a killer Do so what price must he pay. Price is going to pay. We'll you'll see shortly. Putin responded on russian television he said every nation has its own quote bloody events and then he taunted biden knighted. And you know. I remember in my childhood. When we argued in the courtyard we used to say it takes one to know one. And that's not a coincidence. Not just children saying or joke. It has deep psychological meaning. We always see our own traits and other people and think they are like how we really are and vladimir putin also had this response after biden mentioned. Putin's interference in the twenty twenty. Us elections putin asked what he would say to the american president in response. And here's how he answered. We couldn't course as he said we know each other. Personally what would i replied to him. I would say. I wish you health. I wish you health. I say that without any irony or joke joining us now is nina khruschev professor of international affairs at the new school in new york senior fellow at the world policy institute. She also the great granddaughter of former soviet premier nikita khruschev and author of putin's footsteps searching for the soul of an empire across russia's eleven timezones professor khruschev. Oh welcome to on point incubator. Rewriting me also with us. Today is andrew weiss. He's a russia expert with the carnegie endowment for international peace worked on the national security council and state department and pentagon in the administration of george h w bush and bill clinton andrew weiss. Welcome to you grew to be here so first of all professor khruschev. Let me start with you. What do you read in the back and forth interviews and media between putin and biden over the past several months. How would you judge its significance. Well it is significant because russia has been the american mind for a long long time. Russia is the premier enemy. Even if it's not probably its capacity certainly in its imagination so It has been you know if there is a story about russia every newscast and with putin everybody's eager to interview him and catch his beings of this and that so that really deficit prize here. It's pretty much. The same thing is that you know. America sees us as an enemies. So we are seeing america's anatomy to and therefore we're going to catch little details of how joe biden walk so how donald trump speaks or how barack obama respond so bid. Really doesn't surprise me what i find interesting and i wish for america american leader stop insulting putin personally because i actually think that that damages any possibility of better relationship because if you see when putin response he very rarely talks about personalities. He talks more unless he's asked particularly. He talks. More about america's a country about american russian relations in some such So when american leaders concentrate so much and putin that's why actually wrote my book about eleven time zones because russia's bigger than putin and more interesting in fact than putin that he also by Having so much concentration on his personality he loves that He's an exhibition as he has shown that even in body language in showing Seen it the years. And so. I think that is absolutely Absolutely a kind of logical from ovid of all their attention that both countries get inside the country but also with each other against other. also andrew weiss. Let me turn to you on this. Because i it's fascinating to hear a professor khruschev talk about a her advice for the united states to tone down. Its personal focus on On putin the man himself. However i mean we just came through four years of the trump administration where former president trump was giving attention to vladimir putin but it was almost universally positive and flattering. And it doesn't seem to me that that approach reduced russia's aggressive stance in places like ukraine or these of in albany etc. So does it really matter at all. Sort of how. The united states how the. The president talks about putin himself. It's i think it's doesn't serve anybody to get hung up on personalities. The united states and russia have very problematic relationship and the grievances on both sides have been piling up for a very long time. So if you go back even to the very first meeting that president obama had with putin in two thousand nine. He asked putin a very simple question. Tell me some things about what's gone right and us. Russia relations and putin literally just launched into this diatribe that lasted more than sixty minutes with all of his pent up frustrations grievances and chips on shoulder about the united states. So for the united states to get hung up on putin is and what makes them tick. Those are largely unknowable. Fangs what we do know. Is that the relationship between two countries is important. It's been horribly Difficult for the last seven plus years. The united states has largely been in a reactive posture dealing with all the problems. That ambassador mcfaul was just talking about a few moments ago and the question is what do the russian what sort of changes their calculus. What would force them to behave differently. I think that's the real big question that's facing president biden. This week is can he say anything in geneva that makes putin think twice about some of these conduct conduct that have been caused the united states so much trouble so so professor khruschev. Return back to you on that because as you heard in my conversation with ambassador mcfaul earlier i pointed out that in twenty fourteen then vice president biden wanted president obama to adopt a much more aggressive stance towards russia following the ukraine invasion But will a more aggressive stance weather in this meeting or policy wise or through a more american muscular american diplomacy reach vladimir putin in any way will it cause him to change his behavior or decision making as the russian president. I don't believe so. I think it's pretty much case of wishful thinking because one of the things that Certainly the russians and gotten used to and putin enjoys that even because he plays with it quite well. Is that you know. When america gets the muscular approach the russians are saying well look those cowboys they just think the charge in and Give everybody a gun. It's going to solve everything or if you don't beat. Unlike behavior is going to be sanctions and whatnot. So i don't think it's I don't think it's going to do anything in fact And i think ambassador mcfaul was correct. In saying that putin's favorite game is what about is my bet certainly going to happen there. Because for example joe biden wada position. He uses putin of instability in the world and putin himself has a very long laundry list of american instabilities. The war in iraq It's stain ability to deal with arab spring in the outcomes of et invested a mcfaul mentioned libya. And how you can help partial to that decision president then president bettega was but then you know they'd kill kovno qaddafi so that will russians know that you never can trust trust those democratic movements on the part of the united states so i think andrew would know better because he worked for the government I think it's very little given take that is going to happen. I think that one of the important questions will be about twenty twenty twenty two because the midterm elections coming and although i'm not of the school of thought that russians change with their disinformation campaigns change any outcomes of any american Elections still would be better not to have those kind of trump and we see trump was going to charge on with his new information about his winning elections in two thousand twelve twenty two. So how would russia respond. That could be conversation. And i think in this sort of tough price to pay would be an important thing because we don't know exactly what kind of wealth of riches put himself has and wear his people. I mean they've been sanctioned but really not much information is available about you know. Say some Bank accounts in switzerland or in london aware so embarrass them kind of that. The red line. I guess they can look into chatter. What kind of the outcome of that cyber Cyber crimes that are going to face each other's Each other's counterparts. But i really think that the The respectful conversation nor the you are the killer but not respectful but at least you know anglo-saxon slight disdain but credible politeness would really serve. Joe biden well. Okay andrew. what do you think about that. I think that it's really important for joe biden to come into this meeting as he is with a sense of confidence that your the united states is going to come out of this pandemic..
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The Entwistle Podcast
"khruschev" Discussed on The Entwistle Podcast
"Gosh i don't care. I don't care the people were just go by up to you but yeah was after. It was always a huge spanning sullivan. So it was like. Oh god bombing here. Is this the i think. And in terms of imposter syndrome there was a lot of. I think i was mentioning. Look in my course. It's not just for school leavers so there are a lot of people that are older in other media thirties or they ads years of experience in the film industry already. So it's quite easy to just feel like they know everything better than you on their soon. They deserve to be there more than you. Which isn't true. You know because we're all in the sand course at the same time we're getting jan but i think it's just one of those things in hostile center is on. Its core irrational. Because the whole definition of it is that you feel like you're not equipped despite evidence that you're you do it is something that everyone in the arts in all areas. I think everyone does the boston. In particular in the arts i think gets a huge time for people to fill. I totally agree with you. That why do you have anything else to say. Chesapeake just going off of your khruschev unprocessed singer. Well i think. I think especially in the course that we do and i go to uni as well as being on a when i got into uni. I saved by kobe for my exams. I was quite. It was of a. Because i talk about in last episode about december. Twenty nine hundred. I think and about how the start without month because whenever go very wrong on then because of events of that month in the month after and then leading onto lockdown it was kinda getting but anyways for me mentally. I think because of that reason. That was why i started to fail west but i'm luckily koets save me and my exams. And then they go into this place right now and the place where i was wrong is an amazing place. I went in there. The first time joe drought. Because here you know me and you know i'm of a..
1-800-Dreamzz with Amelia & Cecilia
"khruschev" Discussed on 1-800-Dreamzz with Amelia & Cecilia
"The one person. Maybe there's an interesting that i don't know okay. So excluding brownian noise why was the wireless odds named color. A low birdie. Wikipedia is is that in audio engineering electronics physics and many other fields. The color of noise refers to the power spectrum of a noise signal. So we know that white noise is like white as far as it is all encompassing and other color names such as pink red and blue were then given to noise with other spectral profiles often but not always in reference to the color of light with similar spectra interesting so like i wonder though so like i don't really like the color brown i got into wear around so i wonder if that has an effect on like when i think about brown nose versus when i think about pink noise is my favorite color it as far as being able to listen to these noises. Bad time seems like there's an abundance of places to find them on my. Gosh yes so. If you're looking to try out using these noises sleep aids. You have a lot of options there. Yes you could very easily put a youtube video on. That was eight hours of white house will dark stream. You could have spotify playlist. The list goes on all right. So what if. I want to pay big money. I like i want. My money's worth of white noise you want the princess. I know i want the lexa. I want the escalate with tinted windows on the paralyzed pain. And you can. I did not go that far. But that's still a lot of writing the way you lose machine. My father-in-law gave our daughters is called. Electro fan costs fifty dollars. They had a range of stuff. Wipe or anything. So i like it. Because it's got a variety of static stones to choose from like fans is you can turn the volume up or down nice. Nice yeah i mean you could also do spotify for on the cheaper end okay. So what are some of the criterion. That listeners should consider salt magazine. Love yourself says that you should think about customize ability again the types of noises available. Do you want white noise. Frogs croaking lag from sex in the city burger. That wakes. I'm not a big. I feel i carry his dating burger. He wants a frog. She like he could choose twenty chooses and she's like i'm sorry i can't sleep. My mom gave buzz a noise machine from and has to be from like the nineties when we first brought home and it had like a lot of different types of noises rainstorm ocean but there was lake one ocean that was just waved and then there was another osha that was like i swear to god like you'd be sitting there and be like more like a retired audience to sleep. I guess if your best over on a cruise ship then maybe no one. Khruschev megan my friend and i went. She can back me up. Is i did not who a big one too. And it wasn't it was like i still felt that's interesting okay. So if i would suspect like you would want like a range in volume yes absolutely so especially especially if you're using it for a baby and if you need for me like if you feel like that's a good choice. I think it's excellent. Talk to your pediatrician and see whether what do they say..
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