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"kim dong" Discussed on wellRED podcast
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"kim dong" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand
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"kim dong" Discussed on KCRW
"On the Chinese calendar system. They also help clients to choose names for Children, services, matchmakers or pick auspicious dates for weddings. Moving house are opening a business. Kim Dong Kyu says that Justice South Koreans rely on shamans for these things. So due North Koreans, how is on shaman Ritual Argentinean table in South Korea. Shamanistic rituals are visually flashy and involve a lot of sound, whereas in the north from what I've heard, they're very small scale and quieter. In fact, they're completely underground. That's because shamanism is considered in illegal superstition whose practitioners could be jailed or executed. What I got you get your fortune telling around and taken fortune, telling that one English bottle or shamans there simply do fortune telling. Which can still be effective in explaining the reasons for the client's problems. That's the situation of E, a Jew who lives in China on province south of Seoul. She told fortunes in North Korea before defecting to the south in 2000 and six at the age of 33. She explains that she had to be careful about her fortune telling. Then again, so did her clients. That's almost time. Their comfort video. All people who came to me were officials. They were all linked to other officials who introduced me to them. So if one of them got me into trouble I could tell on all the others. Her journey out of North Korea was tough. She was sold by human traffickers into a marriage in China, which she later escaped. But she says it was worth it to escape North Korea, where she struggled to survive. And make it to the South. You know, don't know Won't hurt to get what I'm gonna tow. I am. They don't want to know. It's just so good to live in this country. You can make money at three or five in the morning. If you just tried. I'm in this great world now, But since arriving in the south, she's had some unusual health problems. For me had gone into the past. I was a young man model. I've been feeling unwell for about five years in the hospital's couldn't diagnose the problem. So I visited a Shaymen and was told that the spirit has entered my body the spirit of my grandmother. She was also told that the only cure for her was to become a shaman herself. So she's preparing for it. She believes it will help her to tell fortunes more accurately workers. They're building a temple outside her house dedicated to her grandmother's spirit. Justus North Korean defectors begin new lives in the South. Becoming a shaman is.
"kim dong" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"kim dong" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
"The threat is per made us by the Thought i love this. And i don't know them. You don't anticipate a lower on him. Eric not fully aren't independent. Eilly hotel comandante. Cpr the laws Some other lunacy ascii can tell investigators focus. I gotta say eve them into one hundred million dollars throw pass waimea multiple financial hunan. Get it on. Eat the something worse. Because from this bill fellas fortify and from this go kim dong to them at least until Simply orders cut the lead in the most decay. sorta government than minutes on the A lot of italian completely when assume personnel him and one mansfield m. gainfully important here do in context to an orlando one montreal. That is mars polka the e. Ben yeah. I don't know the theaters of the adequate heard. It doesn't matter. If an idea or stolen from and it must be this was formless put abusers but in a tom gin was getting those quote on their list of cordless national patios. Laura human i don. I can give the dealing. This month's release was sluggish and us to be a principal that number one minister. The body only got about nine billion over again samantha. Anthony ana throws. They're going to do business as the theater the skills i'm electives indiscriminate islands in aero waters. Dns considers the the no them. The laws experien-. You don't like bystanders. To of dairy tokyo are almost tactic. I'm disappointed they don't get the bite out but in of our faces senior are superbly previous komo successful and i made the king was going on with him mansfield community or one of those listed. The women's i. I but if you put up your alley it's an lunka. Then he has to watch finish and incident myself. Sorta years for lebron meteo every is stop. there's nothing in.
"kim dong" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Representatives from the US, the UK, France, Germany, Japan, South Korea, I think they wanna have aboard United front when it comes to dealing with China. Do you think we'll also see more human rights issues more front and center? I think that inevitable and I do think the Trump Administration has has increased. This is focused on human rights, particularly with adversaries almost exclusively with adversaries. On that has become a pressure point in the U. S kind of relationship on Do you know that's not just the leaders and so young, But that's also the way China has. Moved. T O exert more power over Hong Kong I think that is also viewed as it's an economic issue. But I think it's also seeing this as a political and human rights issue, and I think the bite administration is going to continue that we are talking with Bloomberg National Security team leader Bill Fairies bill. Let's look at what President Trump has said about Japan on trade in defense going to knock them about a little bit. But Japan's leaders to be fair liked the outgoing president. Stuff. Talk. On China. So what does that mean for the incoming Biden administration? I think Japan you remember Japan. A Prime Minister Shinzo Obey was One of the very first foreign leaders to actually meet with President Trump. I think he actually met with him when he was still President Elect Trump. You flew over to have a talk. I think Japan is going to try hard to get in the door with the bite administration early on. The press that message of state tough on China. I think Japan was also on the other side. Very concerned about Donald Trump outreach to North Korea. They always felt like the U. S. Should have been taking a much tougher line against North Korea. So There are aspects of what the country ministrations did the daylight and there's aspect that I think greatly concerned them and I think they're going to try to teach reach out to, uh President Biden when he is president Biden right away to try to get that try to get that message delivered. You mentioned North Korea. What would you expect to see from North Korea in the early days of a Biden administration? Will you remember that? 2017 was this year that North Korea was launching missiles on a regular basis, even tested a nuclear bomb? I think it would be very much in character for Kim Dong Moon to test a missile or to test the weapon. Assume his inauguration day. Really? I think he you know he's had since 2017. He's had a very positive relationship with the Trump administration. His decisions have stopped doing some of the missile tests and the nuclear weapons has won a lot of praise in the White House. They didn't really have to stop building new missiles and building new bomb. They've kept that up the whole time. I think they're going to try to put the Biden administration on its back foot and it's very first days. That would I think could be the first. Real foreign policy crisis that Joe Biden faces when he gets the Oval Office bill. We learned this past week that the Trump administration is withdrawing dozens of diplomats from the U. S Embassy in Baghdad. There are increasing tensions in that region. What's going on with that? And how is that a policy that can be continued or would be continued by the Biden administration? I think there's a few key hot spots where Joe Biden will come into office and essentially put a put a freeze on current activity, especially when you're talking about both. I think that troop drawdown in places like Iraq and Afghanistan. Frankly, on de embassy moves as well, I think they're gonna They're gonna want to just put a hold on that as of January, 20th. On then you some sort of a review.
"kim dong" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Welcome my friends. Show our number three final hour of the week. Care. Thank you for staying tuned and joining us tonight. I've really been enjoying the phone calls in the conversation tonight. Keeping in touch with you folks who have been experiencing the power outages. I'm sorry to hear that coming up in this hour. More fun, though we're going to try to keep it light. And believe me when I tell you believe me when I tell you, I got a lot of stuff that wasn't like that. I want to delve Indio. But you know what? Yes, Candle. Forget about it. Okay, if I get a body and I'm doing it But boy wait till Monday. Then I'm doing it. I have these stories, but that's OK. It's OK coming up in the hour. Our friend Ken Dog is going to be joining us little early tonight because I need to get him one for the full hour. Kendall has an incredible interview she did with John Waters that's coming up. Course. John Waters, the director, the producer, the actor, the writer. Ross is going to join us first, though. Hey, Russ. Hey, Pat. How are you? I'm wonderful, Russ. How are you? Good. I wanted to bug you again about a world record in the Book of World Records hosted by the Pat Walsh. Oh, yes, That's right. Oh, yeah. Russ. Hey, has Yes, sir. Hey, by the way, old school I love your music. Thank you Every every song you frickin play dictator. I work too many hours. Okay? Your show Ken Dog. God bless her for survival of amazing medical chaos like myself Cancer. Is that your show gives a lot of inspiration for the old school folks like myself and you write for the community. Yes, sir. Thank you. You're welcome. Thank us. No props to you. I want to bug you for some help, Okay? I would love to do Roseville News Matic because their coins, right, Pat? Yeah, they are when amongst every amongst a bunch of Italy's fitting plate, Pat. Have Ken dog or your show. Google this real quick, the world record. The longest coin flick is 46 feet. That's the world's record for longest coin flick. I'm at 250 feet. Really back. So just take it easy. There. Call an appetizer. I'll put two cones in the Rose Illmatic parking lot. Rapid 10 toil. Have you and Ken Dog there and whoever else in my friends and Kendall that break the world record. I'll do an easy I'm talking to putt for me this putt 100 feet where you were you calling us from tonight, Russ. Mom and dad. So you're going to come Teo Roseville, then. Yeah, I googled it. They got a parking lot left 100 feet. I'll tell you what. Here's what I'm gonna do, Russ. Here's what I'm gonna do now, when When would you be available to do this? Any. Ah, corporate kind of worked build the Christ very creative anytime after next weekend anytime after next weekend, Okay. This gives me time here's going to do, Russ. I am going to talk to my friend John Shook, who owns Rose only was Maddox and Coin Shop 8 98 Douglass Boulevard in Roseville is a shameless plug, and I'm going to tell them we want to do this. I'm going to get his permission to do this. He's gonna love it. Let me tell you what he said. This is for anyone listening right now, and I want to just mentioned is Russia led me into it. So I'm going to just say this. You know, we all do that We'll do commercials will endorse a business and you People wonder why I wonder if they really think highly of that business. I every business that I tell you about on my show. I think extremely high lift. And in a matter of fact, if I didn't I would not ever I would never ever endorsed him. So Jon shook Who owns the business? Rossi? He sent me a message today. This was it. 11:50 a.m. I'm going to read it to you, Pat. Three customers deep most of the morning. Thank you for years old candle. Do you hear this? Look that, um I'm making this up pack three customers deep in his door. And so we are supporting local business, Russ, and it would be a really fun thing. For you to come out there and do this. I believe I believe in your show. And Rosalie asthmatic because this coin yet old school like a 67 Camaro is old school. What we break very a world record in 2020 square white guy. The irony is, I prefer to think it was a 2018 Mustang J t going GT gold down here. But, yes, I think it's a great idea. Rapture so America Yes, it is. No, I love the sport. I would love Pat that I was the reason I'm past about this. My dad taught me Does it age 10. Okay, And so the quick story in your show. The flick because he wasn't Santa Barbara and my grandparents Cadwell in the carpentry area of Santa Barbara. And the medical workers that were amazing program from 1946 94 was a teacher program where Mexicans came up work for us and going back. Okay areas happy days. But they caught my dad out of luck a pebble because they have lunches in the trees and the squirrels and the birds were trying to take the food of the lunches, but they'd be sitting away from them on these workers. My dad had a flick that forward in 19 eighties My dad's Me howto flick a novelty pat. It's a novelty. Now, 32 years of standing in my brain, Okay, like O C D. I be going faster and faster. So about 2017 2018. I told myself I said, I'm one kind of fast in the Pat. You're a sports guy. Remember that movie? Ah, that's nothing natural. Only gonna forget this. Ah! Dennis Quaid. Do you need me to bring in Ken Dog for this one? Dennis Quaid, Ken dog. Ah, I dropped him. I brought in Ken Dog thinking they were tied up and I dropped you. I'm sorry. Ken Dog. I think he's talking about the movie the rookie the route. I did not do that. I'm so sorry about that You can call back if you want was that the rookie was talking about Kim Dong Yeah, I think so. Dennis Quaid, one where it's based on the true story of the picture. He was a high school baseball coach. You had Take my arm and ended up doing a few seasons. I think with Tampa Bay. Oh, yeah. Reliever right reliever? Yeah. So I came in the name of the actual character. But, yeah, I think that's what he's talking dog gone. It Well, I didn't mean to hang up on your ass. So call. And listen. I love the idea. No, Roseville numismatics will love the idea. Is that him calling back right there, Kendall. That's not enough. It is. I apologize, Russ. I didn't mean it. But of course, I knew Ken Dog would know that is him. All right. Hold on a second. Hold on a second can dog you there, Russ? Out here. OK, kid Dog is on the line. What movie We're talking about. Ken Dog says it was a rookie..
"kim dong" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Alone in the tiny house with a broken arm and a baby I ask her at what point do you change your living situation it just live had like serious conversations about next June like were going to change because you know we're so used to moving around and now we can settle for so long it's time for a move and I just think was brought to tears thinking like I love this place I really genuinely love living here and I know it's crazy on the outside but it it it's home to US may rue recently started sleeping through the night outside cloth diapers hang on a clothes line it might be close quarters but this young family has everything they need little may rue in the tiny house the center of the universe for the California report im Ellen young in Folsom I am never felt enough as a mixed race kid have Crean half Spaniard daughter and immigrants that's journalist Christina Kim she says she's never known what boxes to check I have always been to Spanish for my Cree inside to Korean for my Spanish side and a little too brown for everyone when I was little I dreamed of going somewhere and having someone be like Hey you're one of us I would have killed for that feeling of belonging without conditions or questions when you're like me of two worlds living in a third New World the US languages your calling card it's your currency it can feel like the thing the thing that makes you real and makes you belong I know this because whenever I get to speak Spanish with someone in the middle of an otherwise English only day I feel so connected to them we always sure that smile of recognition that makes me feel so whole even if it's just for one moment to not being able to speak Korean many feel not Crean enough not Asian American enough but also more painfully in many feel less my father's daughter my father Kim dong ju was born in kwon do South Korea in nineteen forty six a year after here shima and for years before the Korean War a war he still remembers and the fragmented flashbacks of the child that he lives he.
"kim dong" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto
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"kim dong" Discussed on 5 for 5 Podcast
"Okay everybody. We're ready to get into the show. Mike you brought in a collection of staff turning hundred jacket a bunch of things here so I figured let's just start pulling them out right away. Immediately number one for me was the NFL NFL. Wow that's right big deal right yeah. Everybody loves the food SPA. That's right the foosball is not evil. It is a fun sport enjoyable by many. It's a popular around here. Definitely with our friends. Yeah absolutely it can get really really rowdy really heated to mains for some good discussion. Yeah our friends are an eclectic mix of fans of various teams ranging. From what the the Falcons to the niners. There's you and it always makes for an interesting season. Yeah absolutely there's always a lot of smack talk going on and ultimately the NFL a great thing to get people to kind of come together. It's one of the few watering holes. We have left in society. Do we have any context about that. Too turning hundred. I'm sure it's been through a bunch of changes. Oh Yeah I mean it definitely has I know the back then. The college games were more popular. Probably right right right. I remember that even before the NFL. I think it all started with college. Football really I think the NFL from my understanding standing was that it was meant to be the first time that you could have nationwide like professional contention in this sport right right absolutely. So now we're talking about are paid players and sponsorships and these kinds of things they open themselves basically to being a business revolving around football instead of just college games exactly. It wasn't just best collegiate right so moving on beyond the NFL. I thought this was really interesting. Nineteen twenty actually marks. The one hundred anniversary of the first passenger aircraft flight That used to regularly fly from London to Amsterdam passenger aircraft like there were planes flying around with cargo transporting goods and things like exactly before it was like just commercial Marshall goods things like that or an actual pilot using the plane to take themselves somewhere right correct just one individual but this one you're talking about somebody paid to sit. Ah In an empty on a plane going somewhere right. But let's touch on that empty seat for the passenger okay. The pilot was an open air for the entire flight. Oh my goodness yeah the crazy like on a plane. Yeah how many passengers four four passengers on that first flight you imagine how much I must have cost. I can tell you what service WHO's probably not a thing with it right right right. There's definitely no peanuts. I mean we think of lights now we think of a lot of things we have to go through and then we expect certain things once we're on the plane exactly Klay at a very minimum somebody attending to us in some way right right verifying our safety at the very least please but back then I can imagine it was just like some plane in wheelchairs because there wasn't a lot of air traffic right noman like who knows what the seat look like. Oh my gosh. It was probably wouldn't write some kind of bucket. Maybe Nia seatbelt. Yeah if that are just like a little grabby strap or something on the side. What if there were no straps or or seat belts or it just here you are? You're on this plane. Congratulations nations you get to go. Yeah Oh my goodness I'm just saying it's a whole different time man or the pilot was probably the one himself sort of telling people where to go and everything. Yeah Yeah you know. I mean he was. He was a one man show he's the flight attendants slash pilots. Everything and there is no midflight announcement definitely not. You can't even hear the mid fight scream. Green was missing from those first flights. What's that we're the paddock goes We're going to be You're riding in our destination shortly right. That's right that's right. That was really good man. Yeah there wasn't in there but you know moving on on from Airplane flights we have the One hundredth anniversary of prohibition Nice Right China. I know seriously everyone's favourite will supposed to last for a long time right it was supposed to be everlasting. Oh main yeah. Reading lasted but it didn't didn't last very meat into like the early thirties or something. Yeah I I think thirty one it was repealed if I'm not mistaken thirty and thirty one right in the depression I mean you gotta get someone to get you by that depression man. I don't doubt that it was as unpopular as I've heard and read head right. This was you know something that prompted mafia to start making money right right it created black markets. You know and then people are are resorting to making moonshine in the woods or in the bathtub or something. Yeah like as soon as it became illicit it became something that people really wanted. I think immediately it was probably one of the first big national examples of something like that taking place right. I agree You know it's a that era though we were really starting to Kinda put the hammer down on certain things right you know we. We weren't too far off either from the federal government banning Marijuana yeah morality was like a hot button that SORTA led us down a bunch of different routes. Yeah Yeah we were. We thought that we can control it. You know what I mean and that was definitely an interesting period of our history. I think they were just trying to figure out what it was. A system was capable of actually being table to us to help with right. Well I mean I could see how you could observe it that way absolutely and I could say that is part of the entire experiment right. We do too a degreen green. Those things will be tested whether or not. I think they're necessary is a whole other conversation. But that's that is definitely that's going to happen. Well it sure as heck happened. Yeah absolutely absolutely you know what I mean. And and people dealt with it and I'll tell you what it was a crazy time because crime essentially spite due to it. I mean it's nutty went. Alcoholism awesome spiked absolutely. It's almost like people binged. Yeah because the people that wanted it once they got some. They went ham absolutely because they finally had it in their hands hands. Yeah you know bootleg liquor coming in from Canada and Mexico. I mean it's just crazy. Yeah Yeah what a time. Here's a really interesting man. I because to me. It's kind of a big deal How about the Walt Disney Company? Walt Disney Company an Walt Disney Studios. I think all all year at the same time. Yeah absolutely together that that one is huge. I think it's huge because of what we're looking at just happened recently. What just happened budget though Disney plus seek time? That's what I'm talking about. I mean that's like a full at home. Entertainment Penetration now right. My wife is at home right now in bed. Sick binging on Disney plus. I'll tell you what are my apple. TV We signed up for the Disney plus and then the Disney plus got moved up to the favorites bar. Oh it's necessary to be before we even open the APP. It got moved up to the favorites bar. That's that's faster than me man and I still haven't even moved it yet. We just knew that we wanted that. Bear yeah I mean. They're doing cool stuff. I mean it's exciting. 'cause obviously library and everything hundred years worth straight but they're still creating content original contents going to be out there and it's still don't seriously its production quality. I mean you're not getting skimmed Kim Dong it all in my opinion. I think it says a lot that it's one hundred year old endeavour at this point like it says a lot about the quality especially now. When do you leaving it? Like kind of speaks to how dynamic they are as a company or like I think that they're risk-takers but in a creative sense they've always sort of as a company he said. Okay we're GONNA make a movie but we're GonNa do something special with and so they used to like trace real people real women dancing and then these at first Snow White Cinderella and sleeping beauty and all of that right right and a an approach that no one else was really taking the time right. It was basically like motion capture. Yeah yeah it was like the the great granddad of cap and they don't have to do those things you know but it was part of the magic right and that that's the genius of it. I think that's still what they're doing. Because with the new setup Disney plus and everything they're saying okay we're gonNA give you home streaming entertainment. All the old stuff used to giving the new one they give it to you unlike a motion picture quality. It's huge to me because for a nominal fee your let into the vault. I'll tell you what it says. Something something I think When companies make this long yeah any company and Disney or not right in? Here's the thing though and let me let me out a slight caveat to that Companies haven't been swallowed up by another company. Either right has they have remained independent or even their concept that their concept is still around are still Walt Disney. 'cause you will you talk talk about that plane company. Klm I mean KLM said. Hey the plane's going anyways right right and I got room to throw some bench seats it's in the back. Why don't I charge somebody? If they WANNA come they can help me chip in for gas. Maybe the concept was as simple as they can chip in for gas. That's pretty amazing. Even if that is the case he's right but then it sticks around right because that's how you even determine how much plane tickets cost now. It's your share the gas in the service and all of that kind of stuff right. They insurance insurance are those things and that pays for your seat exactly. It's all packed into the equation. That in that becomes your price. I like that. I like the concept that some of the company's concepts that's what their bread and butter was to start an what's made them last built fair longevity their tried and true well whoa. I'm sure there's other stuff that you won't get into that is probably just as tried and true and if you want my we'll do the rest in the second half. I really excited to do it. Man All right we'll be right back orpheus. Perfect.
"kim dong" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto
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"kim dong" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"Mation Cusco such of those guitar sound so good. They really do that fewer electric sound of the band is so tied. Sounds great. All right. What catches up here, real quick and got about now. About nine minutes, ten minutes, something so they had a writer for cardinal Winstons in their contracts whatsoever concert. They got a carton or what? No actually was Marlboros soft pack Marlboros every kind of fans got carton whatever cigarettes, he wanted and Mick Jagger had a carton of laurels. It gives me, you know, first of all this back when I was a smoker. When you ever smoker. Oh, yeah. Oh man. Yeah. So you know how it's like everybody. They're sitting there and fought you smoking, like chimneys. Taty cigarettes. I said, they can I get I trouble you first cigarette. So Mick Jagger Jagger here that have the whole pack. Okay. Thank you. I put it on my, my breast pocket and forgot all about it. You know after you know, we've been hanging out for a little while I went back to my dressing room and of course, my ties where would you I said, well, I got to meet the stones. You got to meet. Oh my God. Your style. You take us to meet the songs take us. Well, I said, no, I'm sorry. I it was spontaneous. Bill. Graham grabby took me in there. But I'll tell you why I have late here, my pocket Mick, Jagger's sacred cigarettes, and like cooled out the pack a Marlboro those guys when they, they told they, they all flew up cigarettes. Right. And we smoke them like choice it was. Yeah. Well anyway, we're going to get the power if these cigarettes, Jagger, we can smoke them, and we can get some of this power. Exactly. Like what is it moves like Jagger? Yeah. Do you have a visa and see what happens? So. Yeah, but, you know, for all those years, you know, I was on the radio you couldn't you know that it can be very. Encompassing. I mean, basically you can't have a light outside a radio and I you know, after sixteen years getting up at three thirty in the morning. I kind of figured that out. And the same time I realized that a lot of fans out there. I mean he had toward sixteen years forgot about, so I decided okay put out a new album last year, and it's doing pretty well everybody likes it and we're all the road or play again. You know, all the things that I do play in live walking role with my boys is the most fun of anything. Let's see, we're going to be in Vegas. Oh that's, that's the twenty first isn't that Friday night? Twenty first I dunno. Yeah, I got on the twenty first in Monterey the twenty second and check it out at the website for the digital. There's lots of dates all over the country, we're going to Dodig places like mine, not at Minton and. Livermore, della -fornia places like that, you know. I'm happy to be out there playing again. That's the most fun ever. You know, last year my birth a bunch of qualified musicians got together and I got a good sign Greg. When I was playing through one of those Eddie van Halen apps brought my son strat, and always a good sign when you're bandmates go over to your amp and turn you up that is God. Yeah. I don't know what that's like all I wish they would turn me down used to pay a rock Rickenbach or twelve straight. No, man. You know, it was jingle jangle like Roger record. Yeah. Birds. And it was a very Jane delete, elite customers and the age that they would turn me down over crank it up. I can't hear myself I turn around, and while I sing and then return down again. Hey, before we get out of here. I got to know about your your, your novel ING writing six novels four horror novel. Yeah. For grow ward for best first novel ninety six even a while, man. This is great. Yeah. It's, it's a lot of fun, man. It's, it's one of those things that you do. Like when when you're doing the writing thing you're completely alone. It's just you and I work all on my apple, but it's you when the processor the word processor. That's it. You wanna computer on my old friend of mine guy by the name of kinky Friedman is one of my favorite writers. He does all his stuff on an old style. Underwood typewriter. You know, those, those clicky Clack ones you see them in the forties. Go. Yeah, I've got a nineteen fifty four Royal typewriter the editors about that, that, that when I wanna go. Hi, tek. I do an IBM selectric. He believed that was four hundred dollars man, that's beautiful. Anyway. What, what I mean to say is that when you see, it's just you and the computer you? Yeah. It's you on the man, and you create entire universes. And really, I think I think it's, it's a scape is rarely a you know, you it's, it's trying to replace getting high, you know, let's write a like, you know, I is all the time for all tried to yield stuff. So I write might here his right down. When you get the idea, because you, you know, they'll be day that you want, you want that idea. But I get a lot of, you know, just, you know, things that happened to me that spark ideas, you know, for instance, do you got a second? Yeah. Okay. When I was doing the morning show. I've always the Beatles fan and I love the Beatles. It was my fortune to get to interview Ringo Starr, three times and Paul McCartney twice and one of the movie, one of the questions that I asked both those guys was where the needles get their music. Where did you guys on the there wasn't a import record shop? You could go to the pool where did you get your knees? You know how did you get more in Dallas? How did you hear Rachel's what I say? Yeah. You know, and, and they gave me the say the answer. It was a really of interesting. They both said we got it from merchant marines guys that we've been to school with that were now going back and forth between New York and Liverpool and bringing, you know, forty five over from the state that are radio airline room radio. Caroline. Exactly. Well, that was that was his rare hands to know your but so you know, they needed a, a source, you know, R&_B music, the latest stuff, you know, we're talking, everything, some Chuck Berry, the daily, too. Everything you know what I say by Ray Charles, these songs that were going to be covered by the Beatles in just a year when they went to Hamburg. So I get this idea for died. You know, in my, my mind, I visualize the guy a guy area aid. That was the junk business whose father, second hand store, and who's. For his big. He would, you know records. Bottom of of the title pool. So, you know, one day, they're walking by the flea market, and they see this guy, and he's got stack them forty fives, and John Lennon, holy grail. Of course, baby come best friends with the guy that that might I by purse Beatles novel rubber sole. You gotta read that one. All right, Greg. It's been a blast talking to. We're totally out of Showtime now, but we can get all the show dates and everything else had Greg Kim Dong sometime. Absolutely positively. Don't mind hang on the line for minute. And maybe I'm going to work with you after we closed show which we're going to right now. But all right. Thank you. Care, their music is great. And it was great talking to you. Thank you. Well, everybody..
"kim dong" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"You can follow me on Twitter at jimbotalks. There was at award that was being considered recently for the secretary of state which was first offered to him and then yanked away. Have you heard about this that happened at the beginning of the month? It was the twenty nineteen Foley American hostage Freedom Award. In recognition of the Trump administration's work and releasing Americans held hostage abroad named for James Foley. You may remember the American journalist who was kidnapped and beheaded by ISIS. So the award was announced and Mike Pompeo secretary of state was the recipient, and then all of a sudden it was rescinded and Pompeo was disinvited to the gala that he had been invited to and had agreed to attend. Now, you can dislike the Trump administration for various things I happen to think that in the main is doing a pretty good job. But it's a little hard to be involved in something called the Foley American hostage Freedom Award and not give some credit to this administration. They have the best record in freeing American hostages of any administration in modern times this after two years in office little over two years in office, the president as secured the release of twenty people, including at least seventeen Americans from foreign captivity. The most recent one was in February when Danny Burch at American engineer at a Yemeni oil company was freed after being held by some unidentified captors since September two thousand seventeen others who have been liberated from cabinet included pastor, Andrew Brunson. You may recall he was released by Turkey auto warm beer, Kim Dong tool Kim, hacksaw and Kim sun released by North Korea. American aid worker. I had jaaz e and her husband previously held by Egypt. UCLA basketball players, liangelo ball, Jalen hill, and Cody Riley, Texas business executive sandy fund Gillis released by China. Caitlin. Coleman has been their three children released by the Taliban Sabrina desouza former CIA officer released by Portugal and Mormon missionaries Joshua. And they me Holt released by Venezuelan now that is more Kathy's freed in two years that President Obama got released in eight and as Pumpido noted this work was accomplished without the concessions that only encourage more hostage taking by kidnappers terrorists. The president freebies hostages without sending Taliban leaders loose from Guantanamo. Obey without sending wooden pallet stacked high with euro Swiss francs, another currencies to Iran unmarked cargo plane, all of which only creates the incentives for criminal regimes to grab more Americans. Why not a cash cow, right? So why was this award rescinded when it so obviously that there really was no other contender for this award. But the Trump administration. Well, as secretary of state Pompeo explained in a rather gracious letter to Diane Foley, the mother of James Foley. And I quote, I understand that the foundation decided to rescind the Freedom Award, and by invitation due to pressure from its media partners and your fear referring to Diane Foley, your fear stated in your recent letter that some guests at the dinner would not show my aunt was proper respective. I attended. The Washington examiners Paul Dard reports knowledgeable sources say that the group's media partners promised to boycott the event of Pompeo got the award interesting, rather pathetic. Frankly. Now again, as I know there are people who dislike Donald Trump, they made his like his persona his in your face persona. His sometimes rather sophomoric at tweeting you count me on on that list. And of course, many who just cannot stand his conservative viewpoints. I'll not be joining them in that regard. But it's one thing to dislike what the president does. Or who he is? It is something else to refuse to even acknowledge an area where there is simply no question about what he's been able to accomplish. I for example, was no supporter of President Obama. But when he stepped forward and gave the go for the raid that killed Osama bin Laden when we are told that there were those giving him council, including I have heard both vice president Biden and secretary of state Hillary Clinton in opposition Obama went ahead, and they got bin Laden. Good. And I was willing to give him credit is still oppose any number of things that President Obama did. But I certainly could not ignore the fact that he got public enemy number one. Good for him. It is pretty remarkable that nobody. On the left is able to step forward and say, well, we don't like Donald Trump's persona. We don't like Donald Trump's policies, but he certainly got these hostages freed. As Mike Pompeo said in his letter to Diane Foley. How sad it is that base politics and hatred had been allowed to creep into even this fear of our national activity. The safe recovery of Americans held hostage. Overseas should be beyond politics and must enjoy the support of all Americans. I meaning Mike Pompeo. I regret that pressure of such a cynical and abominable nature has been brought to bear on you. And her husband, John. Who are these media partners? Well, nobody who stepped forward to courageously say we oppose Mike Pompeo receiving this award for whatever reason certainly understandable by virtue of the fact that it's pretty hard to stand forward to say we are not in favor of somebody who actually got Americans freed. CNN anchor and PBS host Christiane Amanpour was supposed to deliver. The keynote address other partners listed on the website include Facebook, Atlantic media reporters without borders and committee to protect journalists. None of them has had the guts to stand up and admit that they were behind this. But it is pretty remarkable. And I just thought that was worthy of note. Again, there are things that I don't like about this administration. But even if I were a card carrying a haemophiliac liberal who bleeds for every 'cause I just didn't like the conservative tenor of this administration. How can you not say, yes, begrudgingly, Donald Trump got all these people freed and his secretary of state deserves to receive this award talk about petty pathetic. And childish. One eight six six five O jimbo's our number one eight six six five five four six two six. This is Chris who calls in from southern Michigan. Good evening, Chris. Hey, good evening. Mr. bland, I agree with you just wanted to say real quick, he President Trump also negotiate with chairman Calvin God R M my back from the Korean conflict whole bunch of. Yeah. Those those those these were bodies, we're not talking about live people. But that's also true. Yes. He did. Oh, that's you know, that's good. So. How do you wanna say it? He's I I like what he's doing. He's getting things done me. No, he's addressing things and saying.
"kim dong" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Welcome back to the Hugh Hewitt. There are dozens of American held around the world captain in hostile country. We rarely hear about them unless there's a big event the death of Otto warmbier shortly after return from captivity in North Korea. But our current administration cares deeply about the return of every American the president the secretary of state everyone indeed secretary of state Mike pond pale recently met with grieving families of those detained. Join me on the Hugh Hewitt Show. You greeted Tony Kim, Kim Hak sung Kim Dong Seoul who were released from North Korea. Graded the parents of Otto warmbier who you brought back North Korea. But sadly died afterwards. Caitlin Coleman and her children rescued from Afghanistan. Josh whole from Venezuela. Pastor Brunson, of course, came back from Turkey, Danny Burch last month from Yemen. Why did you hold this? And there are many who are still held captive, and you have their families. Come and you had the the people are at hostage by Iran and seventy why did you do this at the State Department yesterday? It was important day here yesterday, we invited back family members of those that we've not been able to bring back some who are still held. And then folks who had been held talked about back in nineteen seventy nine now coming forty years on we did this with a single purpose. We want Americans to know, frankly, we want the world to know that American it State Department will not rest until every single American who was wrongfully detained or held hostage is brought home. And I I want to personally let those family members who are who are suffering. They've got loved ones who are being held in Syria and Iran. In the Middle East. I wanted them to know that they're on my mind in my prayers on my heart and that our team under the guidance of President Trump is focused on getting each and every one of them back to their family. I watched the entire speech. You said we will never abandon our people. You also said President Trump ask you about this every week every week and there's a date that's provided to him as well. We're just we walk through the situation what we're doing. Actually, we might take actions that he might take to increase the probability that will get these folks might think our success today this administration now two years on getting these people back without putting a bunch of money on a cash on a pallet by simply using American diplomacy and power to get these individuals returned home. I think our success today is a direct function of the president's attention to these issues. I know that you and President Trump and embassador Bolton are not going to send pallets of cash. And you explain that. And I thought it was great that you told the families face to face why we won't do that. Would you explain to the American people why we do not buy them out? Important that I do that. Because my family member held and I had the ability to write a check to get him back. I would be in my heart to do that. And I wanted to walk them who are policy, which when we send money you encourage not only do you encourage the country to which you said the money to pain the released a ransom payment, but others around the world watched this behavior, and I've seen this scene. This when I was the director of the there are countries who know that there's no money, there's no crime. There's no benefit upside to taking Americans if it's cash that you're looking for and so this policy while difficult, in particular cases makes enormous sense. And we can also demonstrate from two years of effort that it is possible to get people return to get our citizens back without engaging in the ransom payments that other administrations have engaged.
"kim dong" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Trump's dinner way Kim Dong wrapped up after about an hour and a half two liters leaving in their motorcade. I head back to their hotels. That's all for the president's official schedule on Wednesday. But he is expected to tune in for at least some of the testimony. His former personal attorney Michael Cohen delivers on Capitol Hill. President Trump's at sound for a series of meetings on Thursday with Kim Jong UN senior officials said the dinner with the North Korean leader will be a big factor in what is on the table. Karen Travers ABC news, traveling with the president in Hanoi. Governor eager is has been only governor for a month and a half. But already he has potentially a one of a kind court case on his hand, it stems from Illinois congressman, Adam Kensington who also serves as a commander in the Wisconsin national guard. He was critical of the governor's decision to remove troops from the southern US border UW medicine political science, professor Donald downs military taste yet. But there's a lot of precedents about other public employees. So that would apply to the military. If anything in the military to write a speech or being more limited to a written. Statement kiplinger's office says he should not face any punishment because he was not on active duty when making those comments, Mike Spaulding, WTMJ news. The Milwaukee police department is thanking the community for its overwhelming support following the deaths of three officers in the line of duty the department. Also, thank you, the DA's office today for its work prosecuting those cases, the statement comes from the department after Jonathan Copeland pleaded guilty to the murder of officer Michael Mahal ski that's a place yesterday right before that trial was really set to begin Milwaukee's Brownsville neighborhood is centered around walnut and between king and twelfth street. It's been a center of African American commerce since the early nineteen hundreds and they'll walk all their woman. Molly Laycock's tells Wisconsin's morning news the area was hit hard in the sixties when a freeway that was never completed claimed part of the neighborhood. But it is coming back. If you drive through Brownsville now began to see, you know, a great many restaurant offerings as areas of businesses, we've metal Grassi..
"kim dong" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Within the European Union with a deal on the twenty nine. And that's what I'm going to be working at meanwhile, Bloomberg's Kathleen Hayes reports the US talking extend share thinking maybe Bill offer the UK to extend the deal to twenty twenty one maybe two years. But if that then they're going to have to agree to stay in the EU until the deal is finally passed and there are parliamentary resolutions on tap, the prohibitive Brexit without a deal North Korea's Kim Jong UN train making its way through China on the way to Vietnam for a summit the middle of the week with Donald Trump. Meanwhile, US secretary of state Mike Pompeo on CNN says denuclearization is the focus of the week. There are many things he could do to demonstrate his commitment to denuclearization. Our negotiating team was on the ground to continue these discussions are. I don't want to get into details of what's being proposed with offers and counteroffers maybe, but a real step, but demonstrable verifiable step is something that I know President Trump is very focused on Jalen, and the president is saying this is all a process. Bloomberg's Stephen Engle in Hanoi says the Trump. Strategy is becoming very clear. Best alternative case to of course, having a nuclear arsenal. In Yang is to have a strong economy there to divert Kim Dong owns attention. And in fact, the president tweeted North Korea can become an economic rocket. Let me move a window here. Because we're getting a headline up on the Bloomberg terminal. That's coming out of Yonhap. A South Korea says that North Korea may agree to end, our war and statement. So again, we will be following that for sure Venezuela's opposition leader, Juan Guido is appealing directly to the military to help in his battle against President Nicolas Maduro, you owe loyalty members of the armed forces. You to somebody who burns food in front of the hungry. We saw a man burn medicine in front of the sick and Academy Awards again moving windows here. I promise is Regina king some of the early winters. Supporting actress for if Beale street could talk the foreign language film went to Roma which is also up in the film category. And everybody's favorite. Well, webmaster Spiderman into the spider versus won best animated. That's Marvel's first. And Mahershala Ali is a winner of the Academy Award for best supporting actor all right in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Doug. All right. Let's get to global sports. Donna page has the latest on the NBA. Hey, donna. Hey, doug. The magic knocked off the raptors one thirteen to ninety eight to end Toronto seven game winning streak the nuggets clobbered the clippers won twenty three ninety six and the Spurs one thirteen to one zero five in the fourth quarter. New York is looking for its second win in their last twenty one games in the National Hockey League. The capital's beat the Rangers six five in overtime to move back within two points of the metro first place. Islanders in the metro division in golf, Dustin Johnson won the WDC Mexico champion. By finishing at twenty one under par. Five shots ahead of Rory mcilroy. There was a three way tie for third place in Tiger Woods finished tenth thirteen shots. Back. Antennas top seats. The final t pasta needed Mikhail Kukushkin in straight-sets to win the open thirteen Provence title. Ted. Listen vein here for the number one seeds off six seven down in Mexico. One many break was good enough to see seal the deal for me acoustic in but boy, this young man had to date. It's his second ATP.
Kim Jong Un leaves on train for Vietnam summit
"Thirty nine North Korean leader, Kim Jong Hoon is heading to Hanoi. Vietnam for a second summit with President Trump beginning this Wednesday, BBC news. Correspondent Laura bicker. Says Kim is currently on route was made just hours after Kim Dong in distinctive green and yellow armor train crossed over the border into China. The journey. Vietnam is expected to take up to sixty hours. He's thought to be traveling with his sister and one of his key negotiators the former general Kim Young toll there speculation that Mr Kim Wiltshire. Some key business sites in Vietnam ahead of the summit. The departure confirmed by North Korean state media is the first official acknowledgement that the talks are taking
"kim dong" Discussed on KQED Radio
"On world affairs, coming up at two o'clock in July of two thousand fourteen Washington Post Tehran bureau chief Jason resigned was arrested by Iranian police and accused of spying for American. What he initially thought was a political stunt became an eighteen month prison stint with impossibly high diplomatic stakes. Jason resigned joins world affairs co host race Juarez to share his story resigned as the author of prisoner my five hundred forty four days in Iranian prison here more on world affairs coming up too. You're listening to the BBC World Service with me at Butler where today we are going inside the crisis in Venezuela. What's really going on inside? What some call the world's most embattled economy corruption mismanagement, or is it as the government claims all the fault of US meddling will the latest sanctions on Venezuela's oil company proved decisive it's business daily in a couple of minutes. BBC news with David Austin. China says the United States is trying to smear and suppressed the telecom company hallway after America announced criminal charges against the firm and one of its executives. Joe Washington accused by way of violating US sanctions by setting equipment to Iran and of stealing robot technology from an American rival the US has now formally requested the extradition of mango and Joe from Canada. The Chinese delegation has arrived in the United States who talks on the trade war between Washington and Beijing, the American secretary of commerce stressed to the US entitlement against was wholly separate from the trade talks Pakistan supreme court is due to hear a final legal challenge to the equivalent of a Christian woman who'd been sentenced to death for blasphemy us BB spent eight years on death row before her conviction was overturned October a Hindu woman in Pakistan has been appointed. As a judge for the first time Samana Kumari Bhutani said she'd faced resistance from her own community has they had reservations about women working in the legal profession. A Korean woman who was forced into wartime sexual slavery by Japanese troops. And later campaign for peace and women's rights has died at the age of ninety three Kim Dong was abducted from a home by Japanese soldiers in one thousand nine hundred forty when she was fourteen. Apple has warned of a glitch that makes it possible to eavesdrop on uses of typhoid and MAC devices. The problem is linked to the face time. Feature used for video calls the first-ever census on captive elephants in India has found that there are more than two thousand four hundred across the country. The survey reveals that more than two thirds of the elephants are held by individuals, circuses and temples, and that's the latest BBC news. Hello there. I'm Ed Butler and welcome to business daily from the BBC today, a significant development in the Venezuelan crisis. The US announces sanctions on the country's oil industry. We have continued to expose.
Hawaii volcano threatens power plant; mass evacuations possible
"This is a fox news alert president trump has a date with kim jong un i'm chris foster fox news the president's we in just a few minutes ago the highly anticipated meeting between kim jong un and myself will take place in singapore on june twelfth we will both try to make it a very special moment for world peace was a goodwill gesture ahead of that meeting three american citizens are now back in the us freed from prison in north korea more now on those now former prisoners from fox's rachel sutherland in dc kris kim dong tool tony ken and ken hawk sun waved and flashed signs as they stepped onto american soil vice president mike pence told abc news one of the detainees made unusual request during a stop in alaska the step off the plane daylight a very long time president trump told reporters joint base andrews he's honored by the release of the prisoners honor is going to be if we have a victory in getting rid of nuclear weap on three freed korean americans are undergoing medical evacuations chris rachel thanks people living near a lava oozing volcano in hawaii are warranted could get worse it's been nearly a century since the kilowatt volcano sent boulders and ask shooting from its summit but scientists say that's exactly what could happen in the coming weeks a summit explosion from it could release ash steam and sulphur dioxide into the air the volcano started erupting in a residential area last week with lava being released from vents that opened in the neighborhood so far it's destroyed thirty six structures including twenty six homes a geothermal energy plant near the lava outbreak is ramping up its removal of stored flammable gas which will be hazardous if a volcanic event opened under that facility tanya j powers fox news.
Trump orders Pentagon to consider reducing U.S. troops in South Korea: report
"New york times reports president trump has ordered the pentagon to prepare a plan to reduce the number of us troops stationed in south korea the report came as the us and north korea making plans for an unprecedented summit between trump and north korean leader kim jong on to be held in may or june this week reports emerged that three us citizens imprisoned in north korea have been relocated to a hotel in pyongyang ahead of their imminent release president trump's lawyer rudy giuliani had said the trio would have been released yesterday tony kim tim huck song and kim dong were convicted on espionage charges and sentenced to long prison terms that's believed north korea is preparing to return them to the us as a goodwill gesture the us justice department charged a former volkswagen ceo with criminal conspiracy thursday over his role in rigging diesel engines to circumvent air pollution standards a federal grand jury indictment unsealed in detroit says ceo martin vinter corn new in two thousand fourteen that is companies cars contained software that lowered carbon dioxide emissions under testing conditions even though the course emissions rose dramatically under real world conditions volkswagen.