18 Burst results for "Kim Johnny"

"kim johnny" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

03:46 min | 8 months ago

"kim johnny" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Miss an opportunity to talk about how important it is to have parent in community input into your decision. One of my arguments that marjorie rejects as you get more of that if the people elect a school committee do you have preference so up. I've been doing this job for thirty two years. And i was commissioner in minnesota for eight and saw elected boards. And i've seen a a mayoral control boards as i said before. I can work with anybody if they put children first equity. I and so i think that you know. There are many considerations that need to be made when looking at Elected a thirteen member. Board is a big board that can be a bit unwieldy So it would be in the design of the elected board. I do believe in parent voice. I think that that is incredibly important And that's why we have increased our interpretation and translation services out to All of our board meetings. I think also with mayoral control. You know. I was able to work with the with former mayor. Walsh and a current acting a kim johnny to be able to secure one hundred million dollars for the school district. That doesn't happen. And when you have an elected board. That's very difficult to do But you know. I believe that you have to really think about the design of it. There are advantages and disadvantages to both. And i think that those should be properly vetted and discussed openly publicly so that we know What we're doing what. The public knows is informed about the bandages and disadvantages of both as they go to go to the polls in and make the cast their ballot. Okay so before you go. Every test i ever took in school. I was nervous waiting for the results. Were you nervous waiting for your licensure exam results. Tell the truth. Why i'll tell you what i retold. You feel about standardized tests you know and so Obviously i have my doctorate you know and you know i know how to read and write I think that Massachusetts would do well. If it wants to in increase the number of superintendents of color across the across the commonwealth. To look at reciprocity. you know. Have a thirty two year. Educator with a doctorate i think that looking at reciprocity in having to take a standardized test to to approve is something that should be relooked at however You know i. I was nervous. Obviously everybody's always nervous. But glad that i passed in moving on where the reciprocity is. A great point said the first superintendent. I think every news cameron america in boston was out there taking a picture. You go in coming out. You get your little water bottle there you know most of us can go incognito and go in and fail with nobody knowing but boy. The pressure was on new superintendent. And also you know people take those tests at the beginning of their career right. I took that test of minnesota at the beginning of my career and fully licensed superintendent minnesota but then having to take it at age fifty four. I had this study dangling. Modifiers took that. Make sure that. I knew where to place the a the the grammar pieces again. But you know. I was happy to do it. happy to abide by the the laws of massachusetts and prove that i am capable and able to do this. Work the superintendent. We really appreciate time. It's good to talk to you..

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"kim johnny" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

05:57 min | 8 months ago

"kim johnny" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Can we actually turn those lofty ideals into reality interesting to say that that i think you could read into a salvage georgia's speech last night that she was speaking to exactly what you're speaking about. Meaning sort of taking an indirect shot at her then soon to be rival. The show will. Here's this a little bit from counter. Asaba georgia last night. I want progress to be made real progress. Not just abstract ideas that we talk about to accomplish. Mezro measurable change. Bold ideas are critical to growing a thriving city and at the end of the day. We're doing an injustice to our residents when we don't back up those ideas those values that work with real action. Well shouldn't mention. It was pretty clear to me. She's talking at least. Her perception of waste will try to paint speaking of michelle. Who were the top vote getter last night. Here's a little piece of her victory speech choice about whether we in this very urgent moment are taking every possible action to plan for that brightest future for our kids for their kids for their kids after that. Boston is in a moment of incredible opportunity and it is on our shoulders right now to step up and meet that moment. You're like about this race before we get to the calls at eight seven seven three zero one. Eight hundred seventy pretty clear choice view depending on what matters to you. There is a pretty clear Choice and there's gonna be dramatic change. Which i think is a good thing karen in a car in in hyde park. I guess you're first on boston. Public radio thank you for calling. Hi well good morning. Jim hi i listen to you guys. That regain a car. You just have no idea how much scream at you. Thanks for taking my pusher. Say you can scream today. Karen it's okay we can take it. I am so disappointed. I am so disappointed so we vote as a family. You know we go out to vote. We voted yesterday in the preliminary that an african american did not End up in the top two. I think it's such a sad thing. And i think because there were too many you know. Look at john. Barrows as a spoiler here knew early on that he didn't have the votes you know. He knew that he knew. He didn't have a chance. I feel like he should have dropped out. And those people's could have voted for one or the other two Candidate candidate karen. I voted for andrea campbell. Yeah I wonder you know there was the pushed the econo- to group that got together behind. Saying exactly what you're saying that we can't we. We should all unite behind one candidate. I'm wondering if retrospect to me the logical assumption was kim johnny. The acting mayor would would do really well but she was fading somewhat. I mean not significantly out. Yes she was. And and i'm just gonna say maybe they will to. People should have gotten behind campbell. Yes yes and and i kinda feel like. They didn't canvas the neighborhood. Like i'm an avid like political person. Right find anybody to come. I couldn't find anybody to like you a backyard thing for him. You know so. It's it's just so sad and and you're right marjorie..

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"kim johnny" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

03:12 min | 8 months ago

"kim johnny" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"H good morning. Jim hither marjorie. How you excellent thank you. So it's official. After henry said effort couple of centuries the next mayor lead. the city of boston will not be a white man. Michelle wound and lisa sabi. George have declared victory andrea campbell acting their kim. johnny. John barrasso conceited. History is being made. History is also repeating itself though with pathetically low. Voter turnout the latest. From the secretary states all of his head. I think it was ninety. Nine thousand votes counted once. It is finalized. Maybe we'll reach one hundred ten thousand votes which means no more. I can't believe this no more than a quarter of the city's registered voters felt. It was important enough to go out and vote for the next mayor of this city. Totally disgraceful we're taking your calls asking how you're feeling today about. The mayor. race are excited to see history. Being made you disappointed that even though three black candidates were in the race not one of them made it to the final. Should voter turnout have been more of a priority. Eight seven seven. Three zero one eighty nine seventy. I had two guests last night on greater boston..

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"kim johnny" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

06:53 min | 8 months ago

"kim johnny" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

"Exists. That was farrah baru. And now here's the episode from beef baucus. Palestine us what you have in your own country in your own lamps. Welcome back to the show. This is near listening to. It'd be for back as podcast where we talk about wine stories from the levant eastern mediterranean and the caucasus. As you probably noticed from the episode's title this show is leaving. Lebanon for the first time for this special christmas episode. We're going to palestine to a winery near bethlehem. I spoke to the winemaker. Fatty botha of kremlin winery. But before i get into that. I want to explain how episode happened and how i got connected to the twenty eight year. Old fatty by jason a palestinian american from terra sancta trading company in florida. Jason handles the us distribution of care meson along with other alcohol brands from the region. Like lebanon's covad huge and our june gin. And if you wanna learn the story behind who's revisit episode one of this podcast and for jun jin checkout a better beirut's episode ten a few months back i fell down a rabbit hole. All about palestinian indigenous grapes. One of them the marawi grape sounded a lot like the lebanese indigenous white grape meadow. Walk a little more. Digging led me to criminals on terra. Sancta so i sent an email to tear sank though asking about madonna. We and that's when jason sent over fatty stasis which documented his research on identifying the grape varieties present in palestine. We'll get into his thesis. Little later i wanna give shout out to jason for his health in making this episode happen. And i also want to warn you that the sound is a bit off because this episode was recorded over an internet. Call you see as the lebanese citizen. I can't visit occupied palestine because israel is an enemy of the state however because criminals on is the palestinian winery on palestinian territory. Communication shouldn't be considered treasonous hopefully now crummy son itself is the first winner in palestine. Dating back to eighteen. eighty five. It's owned by the monastery near bethlehem that has the same name. And the monastery is home to a salesian convent and is built on the ruins of a byzantine monastery that dates back to the seventh century. The name creamy on comes from kim johnny or kadam zanny which means the vineyard of zanny grapes zanu variety. But let's not get too caught up in everything. Let's have feddie. Tell us the story by starting off with getting situated. So where exactly is is on. Where does it fall on the map. Missouri is bitch valley called jemison. Say two hundred fifty meters above senior to get him. This from duke's five kilometers from bethel so technically it's in palestine yes the winery and the monastery still work together or what. What's how's the format. Now yes the one said. He's fargo's they are. They own a only. The management is separated from the combat. So that they have to step away. regarding the production and marketing in the management of the winery and did they let us know winery to manage our serve. But of course that the director is always wgn folder. All the money. Everything goes to this easy and so we are only managing the the wine not knowing the wigner and this is where all the italian insolence comes from. Yeah because the no this House here with established by any tiny scored on antonia bologna. Which would be orphans and give worker party. Ninety two local people and you know the help churches around bethlehem and jews areas also. The first wind started to make was the mess point. He joined the before he did on boskovic policy that he had the same vision and to be To ensure the survival of his mission he joined this reasons and organization on the houses that Became with the saudis on region. Now almost on over here. Italian or the prophet of the a loss to the mission on this uneasiness will always be with the property of the symposiums and the influence of italian. When always be noticed. So the salesian fathers don bosco on tonio baloney decided to start a winery in order to bring in funds so that they can further help orphans the school and different churches across jerusalem and bethlehem. They also do it to create job opportunities and helped the local people of the area. They still own the winery. And fatty and his team manage it. So how did you find himself. Suddenly running a winery in palestine that was started by italians Turn in two thousand and eight. When i was accepted to be part of the kazan project. I went to study the Moines making in italy and as you waited into thousand toilets but of course When three months break from the university. I came back and work The way from the first year we started the research several Eighties and now nowadays They're gonna miss join make it end executive director crimson big. And why did you decide to work there. I was a scholarship to search candidates in schools. And we were like in thirty guys. And then they only chillers a three for the first year to talion and see the word of foreign making and we remain only two and graduated and he has to work for twas.

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"kim johnny" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

05:22 min | 8 months ago

"kim johnny" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"She's a beautiful woman and she looked beautiful mistress all white with this big tax rich news and you read letters on the back but in any case You wonder how much that's going to impact now in the young people not great and reliable voters but you wonder how much that's gonna play shoes. She's big she's been big for a long time and climate style will while she offered the other night no encountered in one of the two debates that every single environmental group which has endorsed has endorsed her since. Nobody broken the suggest otherwise. I assume that is true. She's put climate change front and center from early on helped marquis. I think as i said at the beginning. I think people thought that joe kennedy was going to give him a run for his money. As it turned out marquee one handley. I have to say i mean the one modest difference in this is no way to diminish whose commitment to the issue. A market has been there for ever forever. He is not and again. This may have been something. She's talked about a lot throughout her career. But it's been decades and decades were long before you can get anybody to vote with you. Not everybody has decades and decades. We know is you've been since nineteen seventy six. Michelle was a little bit newer to the game. Now he cares. She was running seventy six. Because if i was born in actually so she does not have decades to accumulate fans. The climate change Battle because she has not been around long enough to collect those fans anyway. Eight seven seven three zero one eight nine seven is the number which talking about the preliminary race Today for mayor of boston. The top two candidates will proceed to the final which is and of course november a michelle. Who is leaving and most of the polls or seems to be a a a bunch of people in second vying for second place would be acting mayor. Kim johnny City councilor andrea campbell and city. Councillor this assab. George i think generally agreed upon that an sabotages the most moderate of the candidates Not big on police reform. The other candidates are more progressive on police reform. And let's see if that matters in the race and who prevails by the way before you go ahead. I think thanks to chelsea but thanks to one of our colleagues. So there's an article for the prior caller who says none of the candidates have spoken out on anti-semitism. There's a pretty comprehensive story in september eighth edition of the jewish journal in which it says. Every one of the major candidates has spoken out forcefully on escorting jewish journal on issues of anti-semitism so i would urge the prior caller to google jewish journal and anti-semitism and boston mayor and you can read the comments of the candidates. Eight seven seven. Three zero one eighty nine seventy..

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"kim johnny" Discussed on The Super Human Life

The Super Human Life

07:15 min | 10 months ago

"kim johnny" Discussed on The Super Human Life

"Army rangers during those years. Yeah it's funny because people think that like once you get through the indoctrination program like if your seals once you get through buds Once you get through special forces training once you get through ranger indoctrination for everybody. Thinks like oh. You're special ops in like everything's cool in your elite bro. You get the shit kicked out a you regularly especially that first year as a private. That ship was worse than like the training. Went through so like when people are like. Oh yeah you're just you're just hanging out all of a sudden you're this magical. Elite show soldier dunno. It's all about time and you put in a crap ton of time. You're held to a very high standard because again we were. We were training for war. I went to my first appointment. Like two months after i got to battalion so literally your life as one of my squad members. Your life is on the line two months after i got to battalion so you want me to be good. There's a high standard there and in special operations you're allowed to be kicked out so like if you're not good enough you can be kicked out and what we had in. Rangers was orifice which is called release for standards. And we. You know we can kick people out for that which the regular military can't really do so in that case you always had to meet this high level so that first year was like do as miserable. I didn't have a weekend. i didn't have nights. I'd have a sergeant. That would come pull us out of frigging bed in in the middle of the night or on a weekend on saturday and sunday and we were just train train train. he'd kick the crap out of us. We'd train train train. Kick the crap out of us that was literally rinse and repeat for the first year of my life in battalion at least and it taught me a lot but it also taught me this this importance of foundation and this is what i love teaching men because the fact that nobody like people wanna say you rise to the occasion. You don't rise to the occasion you fall back to your lowest level of training and that's why we were so good as elite soldiers. We trained so much that our lowest level of training made other people look like embarrassments so when everything hit the fan and you were just performing on instincts your foundational skills were so high that you didn't have to rise the occasion because when you fell back you're still far above everybody else. That's what made us elite. And that's what makes men in today. If you're really gonna put time in yourself that's what makes you. You have to continue to train yourself and train your mindset so i'm big about foundational skills because without a foundation strong foundation. You're just building a shaky building on top of nothing and it's going to eventually fall and that's why that's one of the biggest things. I took from special ops in that. I love about that. I absolutely absolutely love that. So much. That i'm gonna ask you to repeat it. Just one line with you. Don't rise to to your level you fall back just just because i think that's so important. I've obviously to league level. It applies to every day life sharing with you the work. I do not saturday in podcast helping overcome the issues with warning. Masturbation in it's like at the end of the day built my tire company on on one-sentence in its in order to overcome your diction pornography. You must become the man. That's no longer addicted to porn. It falls that to become. We must be coming different individual and it's based upon these these virtues the values these character traits like you want to not look at pornography today create the life that is so well designed for you that it doesn't even become an option. Kansas repeat that one more time republican attorneys into cars cards cliffs and whatnot. But it was so profound. Just want to make sure that the listeners here. Not once twice. But a third time. Kim johnny should absolutely and take it and use it wherever. You can't executive horton yet. You don't rise up to meet the To you don't rise up to meet the level that you need to you fall back to your lowest level of training when anything happens in life. That's just where it's at so yeah you don't rise to the challenge you fall back to your lowest level of training yet. That's that's that's a credible so so we're here just kind of get. Get back to the story here where we're special special. Ops rangers were were experiencing all these this training. Did you ever think about making it. A career initially did about four and a half. Did you ever did you ever look at the military potentially like the long term career in in a so what. What was the deciding factor for you not to pursue that path. Absolutely it would have been really smart for me to make it a career akkad in twenty years and been thirty seven and gotten out with a full fricken retirement. You know because. I got in at seventeen so honestly it would have been really smart. I thought about it but You know we were still when i got out in two thousand eight from doing that We were still really hot. In the in the war both in afghanistan in iraq and not to get political but like obama had come into presidency in we knew he was going to change the rules of engagement and he did and he really at that time tied the hands of a lot of special operations. Dudes like Everybody actually tied the hands and he made us more vulnerable to being exposed to losing our our brothers. And i didn't necessarily want to be part of that change in the rules of engagement with how we had to apply force to the terrorists overseas so i was at a point where i had some friends who were doing protection for the department of state in for the cia and they said hey man you can come over and there's a company right now that's only hiring special operations dude former special operations dudes at the time. It was triple canopy and they said come on over and like you'll make good money and you can do protection. You can still use your skills. But you're you know you're doing a little bit different of a job so and at the time. We were still having a lot of trouble in iraq and baghdad was where the embassy was. So i decided. Hey it's either. I'm gonna go get my hands tied and spec ops where i can go over here and still have my hands tied but be making some money like well. I guess i'll take the money on that so at that time. I was like okay. Let me make that decision. And so i did and went out in started. Working for a company called triple canopy. And then i protected the us ambassador to iraq for about five years out of baghdad. Got it yeah. No thank you. For being share an added being being honest obviously a sierra don't know the inner workings of it but some great. So i know one thing. That's that's that's been majoring in kind of your transition in getting into the work that you do today. Is that transitioning out of know military. Even even this The secondary host kinda contractor role in getting back into civilian life. So can you maybe walk us through. What condition with in kind of how that beginning maybe shift your paradigm things ultimately. I'm sure that's what's gotten into lunch. August and then all the work with with men. So yeah what was kind of that transition of getting back into civilian life than what we're kind of some of those Moments really kinda.

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"kim johnny" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

03:56 min | 10 months ago

"kim johnny" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Wise i know you guys know better than i do but west roxbury used to be the place where everybody voted boston. Vote big time out of. I neighborhood in the city votes big time when it comes to mayoral elections as you point out. There's these pockets like west roxbury or south boston. Parts of dorchester that are known for having higher than average turnout. But the turnout. It's pretty bad. All over the place. Which i think is why the endorsements that suray is talking about have at least the potential to make a difference You know it's going to be a very crowded primary preliminary election. I should say and just a tiny margin could make the difference between moving onto the final or not. It'll be interesting to see. How much latinos as voting block. Of course we talk about the tinos voting block. There's all these blocks different different pockets of latinos of different types in the city of boston. I agree with sarah that there's a play being made for their votes right now. I'm not sure. I i think it's td. How much clout they actually have. If you go back to twenty thirteen when the arroyo who was not part of the janey announcement felix g arroyo then. The counselor was running for mayor. He ended up finishing. i think. v. If i'm remembering correctly. He had the endorsement that that kim johnny just got and it. It wasn't enough to make a difference for him. That may be different today. I think it's a it's an open question that will be answered in part by the prelims. Well speaking of endorsements we are rounding the corner to the primary mba almost being a month over from out of the primary. Do we see the endorsements having any sort of effect. I know this is a perennial question. Does it really matter. Do they really pick up anything. Is it just a headline. But has it been given the large field here. Does it make a difference. Surreal start with you. I'll go. I go first Even though i'm the one of the three of us all that hasn't been around for century was that's right. That's right because you that gives you the fresh eyes perspective. That's a century combined. Maybe i'm not great at math okay. I'm exaggerating somewhat. So i'm told that for some of the institutions like firefighters or George got the local apps me union. Some of them will take time off and make sure that their cars to ferry people back and forth to polls and and told that the trade unions which are kind of staying out of the race at this point but we're united under walls. We don't see them. That's going to be influential for whoever wins because those are some of the unions that again take the time. Make sure that the canvas for folks in the case of the you this year When i wrote their endorsement story they did tell me that they plan to be out beginning at the end of this month all the way up until the preliminary happens And that they plan to also launch another independent expenditure pack on behalf of congenial. So that means money Maybe not bodies on the ground as much but a funnel for money to come and support the campaign. I think it's going to make a difference last time around. It made a big difference. I mean i think union support is the reason that marty walsh became. Mayor as opposed to john connolly. Forget how close that election was and in that election it wasn't just endorsements though it was that walsh was the union guy who had been the head of the.

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"kim johnny" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast

Greg Laurie Podcast

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"kim johnny" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast

"Leaving it there in having you worship him justice same and that's a powerful testimony. That's what happened to paul and silas who are thrown into a prison for preaching the gospel and the bible says at midnight began to sing. Praises to god and the other prisoners were listening. And by the way that phrase listening means listening with pleasure. I don't think that ever heard singing. In a hell hole like that before the pollen side were able to give god glory at midnight and then of course you remember that they'd been treated so badly by that roman jailer who whipped them and had a hard heart but then the earthquake came a miracle happened. All the prisoners could have run free if they wanted to and that was about to kill himself because he knew if he lost his prisoners he would be executed by roman. Paul said. don't harm yourself. We're all here and that jailer. Said sirs tell me what must i do to be say you see. Their testimony won him over because they give god the glory not after the earthquake. But before. And that's the time to give god the glory. So let's say you're that person to get the unfortunate diagnosis you're the person that has the tragedy befall you. You're the person that here's the bad news is say we'll give god the glory when he fixes it. No no you give god the glory now right now you give him because he's still in control he's going to work ultimately together for his glory and you're good he's gonna make you more like jesus again coming back to job when he heard the horrible things that happen the lots of his possessions as livelihood and worse of all the lots of all of his children we read job prayed and worshipped and said naked came into this world naked guy out blessed be the name of the lord the bible goes on to say and all of this job did not blame god or charge him foolishly. So that's important. Paul and silas gave glory to god before the earthquake before the answer. sometimes god will allow the hardship. Listen to this. God can be glorified. Even disability. disability can become an ability when placed in the hands of god a disadvantage can actually become an advantage. You say i don't. I don't know what that means. Don't use these tricky words with me. Preacher what do you mean killing me illustrate my friend nick voyage church. You know who. I'm talking about you. Don't nick was in australia without arms and legs. He's limbless and he's one of the most joyful christians i've ever met and i'll tell you what here's where. His disability turns into an ability. They'll put them in front of a bunch of high school kids Many of them struggling with their own Problems some of them being bullied. Some of them even feeling maybe life isn't worth living and nick boy chits is literally and i mean no disrespect when i say this. He has to be picked up and placed on a table. Because he can't get there on his own and there he stands and they looked at this young man and he talks about how good god is and i'll got us helped him all of a sudden. You look at your problems with a new perspective. Think men he can rejoice. Why am i not rejoicing. And though it's very hard for neck and and he's still. This is the most difficult challenge imaginable. He has chosen to not waste is pain and to loveridge this problem into a way to bring glory to god. And the lord's opened up doors for nick all around the world to bring hope and help and most of all to bring jesus to so many people so that's a disability being turned into an ability that's a disadvantage being turned into an advantage. Another example is john ericsson totta. You've heard of her. Johnny a wonderful lady who many years ago actually in nineteen sixty seven. She was a young teenager. She dove off little dock and had a spinal cord injury paralyzed from the neck. Down in this the worst thing that can happen to a young person and yet johnny despite the severe disability has brought hope to millions of people. They made a movie about her life and she's written many books and but she's still deals with pain back recently. If it wasn't hard enough to be in her condition she got breast cancer and she was interviewed by a magazine. And then this magazine. She said these words. She said she was in a battle against principalities empowers that want us to despair she said so i have to actively participate and she takes her theme hebrews ten thirty eight or god says my righteous one will live by faith. It'd be shrinks back. My soul has no pleasure in kim. Johnny says i don't want to be one of those who shrink back. I don't want to tarnish his name. Wow here's a lady who is a quadriplegic has breast cancer. And she says. I don't wanna bring shame to his name. I want to honor the lord. I don't want to shrink back. And thankfully they did. Surgery in the cancer was removed. But what a shining example she is. She said i'm on this battlefield and my question is how can i glorify god okay. So you've got your problems. I don't want to diminish what you're going through because you say okay my the bed but there's still problems greg. Okay i'll give you that problems. The problem with trials trial whatever it is big small somewhere in the middle. Okay bid now. Here's the question. Can you somehow give glory to god through that. Can you find a way to remember that. God is still in control of your life. And he's going to work it out for his glory and you're good ultimately. Can you use it as an opportunity to proclaim christ to others. yes sometimes he will remove the affliction and sometimes she'll.

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"kim johnny" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"kim johnny" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"She is our phone. Angel as always. Hello, Kim Scheffer. Hello. Good morning. You're on your own Well, course you're rolling forward. You're sitting on a ball and you got your desk has wheels and the whole thing it's kids could go sliding out the door at any moment. Yes, it that might happen. Sorry. That would be the exciting point of the day and it would be. It's happened to me. I said Also on one of those yoga balls. Just Yes, I hear you're deflated. Today. I am I have to get a pump in here. They don't They don't. I don't allow anybody in my studio. So it's up to me now used to be John. Our studio manager would come in here from time to time with a compressor. And pumped me up, But now it's all up to me now. Learning to be self sufficient. Are you sinking into the ground? Well, you know, once, actually twice These yoga balls. I said on about him for 15 years. There's video. Yeah, there is of it Popping. I've seen it. It's and I When I'm doing this, I'm going home. What am I going to fall on? It was you know what? You're gonna be okay, because what happened? Wass, my engineer. The Times, said Leo. Why you're spending so much money on those balls. You could get some cheap Chinese knockoffs. And I said, I said Okay, and we did, and those are the ones that popped So ever after we now by the ultra fit, non breakable they they're actually literally called anti burst stability balls. OK, they don't break and they haven't since then. So I don't know it's up for that. That sounds like a challenge to me. Don't you'll be sorry. There's what the video One is The second time it happened. The first time was only audio. It was a big pop and I you and disappeared. That was what that was just a radio. But then there's a video of me. I went and I thought, Oh, this is funny. It's got little Hola slowly sink. And you know down and I did start sinking and then The whole turn into a rent. And what power and I'm on the ground very quickly sent me a video from 10 years ago. Yeah, that's about one. No, no, no, not that he was that. I think the The electronic show, and he broke an unbreakable phone. Oh, that's embarrassing, but they make you do it. It's our birth with Brooks are fixing his motorcycle boots. You start. He sent that to me, and I didn't even know what I was in. It was pretty funny, but it was 10 years and he's the guy who fixes things around here. But it guess if you have the ability to fix things, you probably can go in both directions, right? You really gotta break him. Hey, you should I talk to first go to Johnny in Atlanta. Thank you. Kim Johnny in Atlanta. Leo Report the tech guy Welcome to the show. Oh, Leo. Hello, Johnny. I need you to clarify some stuff because I'm getting a little confused and panic you hear about what's gonna happen with Google hangouts coming up? Oh, man, you asked me and I don't even know because Google who knows Google's got its own. It's lives in its own world, so Hangouts, which for a while was their wonderful all in one. Messaging would send text messages, but it would also send Internet messages. Video chat. Audio chan it did it all loved hangouts. They still offer it, but they've been slowly. Chipping away at it bit by bit. And they said about a year ago, and they they say it's still gonna happen. They're going to shut down. Hangouts game. Yeah, and then they But they said this in a year ago, but that now they're finally going to do it and replace it with something called chat, which is free. Starting in the first half of 2021 says Google everyone Khun Begin upgrading from hangouts to chat, not an upgrade. Google downgrade Just let me be clear Downgrade to ensure a smooth transition. We'll help automatically migrate your hangouts conversations. You know what that means? I'm reading between the lines. That means not only is it gonna happen, It's just gonna happen automatically. You won't even have a choice. Along with contact between us will be the difference between Google chair and Google voice. Then it's for the Tuapse. There's a voice Yeah. I'm not sure what's going to be the difference. And I think I believe I have the same setup. You do. I have multiple phones where I have a Google voice, which really is my Google Fi. Yep. Fight. We're a little bit of a different Ah group of people than the regular hangout users. So Fi, which is Google's Telephone, telephone telephony service. You know their cell phone service, and I'm a fi user as you are. All used hangouts as its text messaging. If I was going to move us to messages, not chat, and you'll be able make voice calls and check voice mail from messages. And it'll work on the Web, which is nice. He one of the reasons I used hangouts and still want to use hang out is because I use it on my iPhone. Easing my android phone isn't on the Web. You know my desktops and that way I have access universal access to messaging, which is a very good thing. They? You know when.

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"kim johnny" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"kim johnny" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Of our podcasts on Apple podcast Spotify and Google podcasts and watch our videos on YouTube. We just heard from former national security adviser John Bolton. Now. Former press secretary Sarah Huckabee. Sanders talks with Matt shoot about her experiences in Washington. Thank you for joining us. Thank you so much for having me and I'm very excited to join you, Matt, and hopefully we'll have a little bit of fun while we learn a little bit and have a great discussion, So I'm excited to be here and thank you again for for hosting a moderating so actually, we can do with a person. But you know, totally understandable, and it's always fun to have people on campus. We have some your college like Sean Spicer without hearing things like That in the past, so reading your book? You know you talked a lot about the talks with Kim Jonoon your trips to China and or three, you know, obviously, the China stock is every day in the media now, So what was it like? What does Tim Johnny like in person? What were those talks like? You know, what is the president like in those in the situation where your experiences You know, one of the things that I found so impressive about President Trump is his ability to weave in things of interest in those conversations, as well as pushing his own specific agenda. Whether we were in a meeting with Kim Jeong Eun Hee managed to talk about things that were of interest to Kim Jeong Eun that he would want to talk about whether it was His favorite basketball team and other sports. He's a big sports enthusiasts, as is the president, Hey, loves to watch NBA basketball here in the United States, and so the president was able to talk about some of those things while at the same time you can have that lighthearted conversation, but be able to focus on what was really the ultimate goal, And that was to talk about denuclearization. Anybody that can work in Basketball and denuclearization into the same lunch. Isa pretty skilled conversationalist and President Trump did such a great job of developing relationships, whether they were people that we didn't always get along with, or developing a very close bond, like he did with Prime Minister Abe of Japan. They found things they agreed on, and they were able to build on that as a great foundation. However, despite the fact he developed those relationships he never backed down from What he wanted and what his ultimate goals were, whether it was in his negotiations with China. He wasn't going to accept just a good deal. He wanted a great deal and pushed aggressively. It's one of the reasons that he was able to get that first phase one with China while at the same time maintaining a very strong position with China on a number of other fronts. U S. M. C. A, I think is a perfect example of the president's ability to negotiate and work with other world leaders and get a really good and historic deal for the United States. I watched those negotiations take place, and I was always impressed by the president's ability to develop a relationship while at the same time not back down from what he wanted and what he thought was best for the United States. So I think in your book you mentioned that congenital sister attendant Li some of the beatings, urine. And obviously, since those meetings, she has become much more prominent in American media. With all the rumors going around about Kim, Johnny being in a coma, and she might take over to the extent that you can talk about it, you know what was your impression of her? Very stoic and I can't get into a lot of details about specifics, but she definitely seems like a very tough and close ally of her brother. If she does, at some point, take power would be very interesting to see how she transitions. He seems, you know, maybe more willing tohave those conversations. I don't know if she would be but again, I can't get into a lot of details, and it would be remained to be saying exactly how she would Act If she ever took over that position. She wasn't as talkative and so you know, very different personality. I think that her brother in some ways, so the piece that was done between you and Israel. How long was that in the making forward? I know you're not there now. But you know, you talk a bit about that in the process to get there. Essentially the day that the president took office. This was something he really wanted to focus on Wass making significant progress on Middle East peace while maintaining very close relationships with our Allies, including one of our strongest in Israel. Jared Kushner, I think has done a phenomenal job of helping navigate very difficult waters in the Middle East peace process, and it was significant to get this first deal. But also the flight that took place was another big achievement in the last month and more progress on that front. But it wasn't a certainly overnight deal. This is something that they've been working diligently on. Essentially since day one of the president taking office, You know, one of the things that kind of got to me in your book about being a mother and doing this, you know, one of the most demanding jobs in the country. And I have a lot of admiration from others that are able to do basically anything beyond being a mother in addition to being a mother, and so what advice would you have another story here in California? Like a week or so ago of Ah, Assemblywoman. I had her like newborn child that you have to go in the session with late night activated a lot of headlines out here. So I want you. I mean, you know, I was going and I was reading your book. Also. I thought there was one line you're talking about how you left the office at 6 P.m. So jealous. I wish I could leave the office six. Yeah, but then you you know the home, you know, have dinner and everything but then Europe till 12. So why do you talk about that? That work life balance or what That was like. You know, it could be extremely challenging to work in the White House in any capacity. But to do so, with three young kids at home is extremely demanding, you know, be in the White House press secretary is an all consuming 24 7 365 days a year job and that meant a lot of time and sacrifice away from my family was one of the reasons I ultimately made the decision to leave the White House. Is because there are a lot of people that could be a White House press secretary. I'm the only person that can be mom to my three kids, and I missed some of those moments and I didn't want to miss any more after that and wanted to move my family back home toe Arkansas But one of the things that was so important for me and one of the reasons that I took that job in the first place is because I do want my kids to understand. How important it is for people to stand up for what they believe in and to serve and do all that they can to help move those principles forward and I wanted them to know the sacrifices we were making. So I tried to engage my kids as much as possible and take them with me to work events when I could. My kids are very young. There now 86 and five at the time when we first went in, there were 1.5 3 and five and so Making kids. Those ages to the White House presented a lot of challenges to say the least. So I didn't take all three of them at one time because I thought that would be just impossible to actually get any work done and manage all three kids so I would rotate and take one at a time so that they could see their mom be involved at that level and understand why we were doing what we were doing Some days that worked out really well. Other days trying to mix work and Kids didn't turn out as well as I'd hoped. I write about several those moments in the book one in particular. That's one of my favorites. I had been doing some work on a Saturday morning and set my phone down and went to do something with my daughter, Scarlett, and in that time, my at the time, four year old Huck came over, picked up my phone and managed to put a tweet out full of emojis for my official White House account that to thousands and thousands Is of reporters, all wondering what I was trying to say. If you ever looked at your emoji selection lately, there are a lot of possibilities. And I'm thankful that my four year old son focused on trains, planes and stop lights because it could have been much, much worse. I saw the emails come in. And the text messages..

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"kim johnny" Discussed on Warp Lords Podcast

Warp Lords Podcast

10:58 min | 2 years ago

"kim johnny" Discussed on Warp Lords Podcast

"You have to beat a twenty nine jared That's going to be a thirty six six battle do it. You take no damage. Hey Be careful that thing no Sorry Johnny I just looks over at any looks over at a at Denis. Ns at the senator and he goes. I'm just trying to understand what what senator over here was saying about the spiders. Not just be you know. They're fairly fairly weak. You really don't need to be afraid of these things. Let's move on Wood if they're the real threats. Yeah you didn't you didn't get blessing up against a wall though it will make a point of shooting all of spiders before we move on. Oh No that doesn't happen so her and the two trainers actually walk up and they capture them before four year able to point blank. Shoot the fucking spicer. Oh come on let the cat execute the spiders. Let's have more murder murder. I'm not also a spider. Yeah I was GONNA say murderers not against fighters so yeah no. That doesn't happen Johnny. He is also against killing them. Had I didn't know you didn't like fun. Yeah I don't like fun. The band confirmed I forgot that was abandoned the format that was pretty sick though right now I didn't know that was abandoned the first place so you walk down this slow decline into the center of the room you notice. There are no spider webs on this floor even though you ran into the spiders Your pathway is not a blocked or bard by this but you come down and you see a large obstruction of rocks in front of you. What do you do? I'll try shooting shooting the rocks. What happens wow you shot Iraq? It makes a dividend the rock but does nothing. That's pretty cool. I'm out of ideas. Kim Johnny use -tective sense SOC- maybe if he can can sense the energy sure. Please be a fucking role. Fuck yes yeah. That's a blackjack dude. Seven a seven cool. It definitely seems like those three energies passed right through where this blockage is and it seems to have been and caused in in the last little bit here. You'd think it definitely looks like there's one large boulder that's kind of the cause of the destruction auction. It seems like if you can clear this one bowler BS. That's where you're are is kinda centered on. Seems like that's the biggest cause of this with DLC all see that boulder rat there who who has got the strongest sacred beasts. Perhaps if we could move that boulder we'd be able to get through as he poised points is that it be Mr G. No No L. walks up. Hold on I think Bluey here has this guy's blue yourself. She whips out her captures fear and she whips out that large dinosaur lake beast. Now that you're up close and it's not trying to attack you guys is You notice that there's like more planning on it and armor and lake. This thing is sturdy as Fook. It's very thick. It's it's it's passed thick but it's it is made of earth itself. This thing is impressive. As far as like a feat of strength and pure power goes she looks and she goes blue usurp power. You see this thing roar deep merel and it starts flake stepping on the ground. And you see kind of like you see eruptions come out of the earth from underneath it and pillars kind of jostle muscle away some of the smaller rocks and they begin to fall beside it. I have the I have the noise for that. If you want to hear what it sounds like yeah go for it.

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"kim johnny" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

11:40 min | 3 years ago

"kim johnny" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Of the cubs related issues side how was your fishing and golfing excursion last week you know I I think the only thing Tommy I would change about it is that next year I want to invite you all man it's nothing but fly fishing in the morning and the afternoon golf during the day the only mistake I made was I think Tommy I think I was the only guy there that didn't either leave on a private plane on his own plane and I know it the only time I've ever traveled with you was on a private plans I kind of figure that's the norm with you so you're good interpretation right now too they had to dress Idaho okay next year in late July to hang out with his me a full year now to work on a private jet to get us all out there can I start off with asking you questions you know what I I we didn't get a chance obviously what a great time and a great turn out at Chicago cut couple weeks ago dates llamar good buddy everything was just outstanding I didn't get a chance to talk much about earlier that day I was invited by John McDonough the president of the black box to go over into were their new training facility have you been there Tommy I am not I am not yeah yeah it's something that that you'll you'll have to do at some point you talk about magnificent obviously it starts at the top with rocky words creating the money to have it be a facility that nobody else in hockey has anything close to that and what I thought of was what goes on with the cubs in spring training would deal came and he saw what the conditions were like they were probably in the bottom five as far as baseball is concerned as far as spring training and it really is even more so Tommy for the minor league guys in the Beckley guys in given the mildly guys you know like a chance to get better if there's anything you need to improve on the opportunity in the machine or whatever the coach is there I saw the exact same thing with the black box it it's unbelievable what they're doing for those young players and we've seen what it is done for the cubs we know it is going to put the Blackhawks right back on track my question is is it not now you know a lot more about the bears and I do I know two people okay I I know Ryan pace and I know Matt Nagy and they I I mean I don't know better people wondered met Matt of course was here in Kansas city right they hate the losing their you know all about that what's the what's the bears facility like in what what what what are things looking like for them they did so they did a really nice job being an extension to what they have up in Lake Forest now and look at it it's it's all true important for a number of reasons the reasons you described to get guys you know in the peak condition and and get them ready to play and also I think it serves as a recruiting tool you know for for potential free agents aids you want to be you want to feel good about where you're going to work every day and hope and feel like you've got every possible chance to succeed in your you're surrounded with the top of the line equipment and all the right people and I think that that's kind of a common theme in this town these days with all of our professional sporting teams that it's good to know that the Blackhawks have done that and certainly as you mentioned the cubs have done it is well and and we've talked a lot said about the cubs in maybe the budget that they have this year but once again feel was given an opportunity to go out and make a few deals and add a little bit to to the payroll was some of the guys that they they added whether it was you know Cassiano Sir Tony camper feldspar Holland talked to was a little bit about the V. additions to this team prior to the trade deadline sorry I think the first thing the decision that I want to talk about is the tube to go along with your point which is a terrific point about being a tool to bring in free agents believe me if the plan wasn't in place for Sloan park and all the changes to the clubhouse at Wrigley Field Jon Lester would have never come to the north side of Chicago all those things had a lot to do with bringing him here and we know what's happened since Jon Lester put on Chicago because of uniforms you know this is the other thing to me is all you had to do and and I know we did you have an eye on I've been in your studio I I know what it's like there I watch the whole game today I had a lot of it the tape to begin with so that I didn't have to go through all the commercials but I'm telling you what the reason that the money was there now how maybe it was a when the season began but the reason in my opinion the money was there all you had to do was look at that crowd today all you had to do was look at not one empty seat there you had to look as if they needed revenue the Chicago Cubs fan today regardless of what happened on this path road trip and how bad things have been this toggle cope and said if you need some more money you know what would bring it to the ball park today and the next thing you know let let me tell you something I I can I can totally relate to what Nick Cassiano swim through today you know that he went from a team in June and July the the Detroit Tigers were five and twenty in both of those months that was almost what it was like for me back in eighty four when I got out of Cleveland and I got to come to Chicago and experience what we saw in nineteen eighty four I honestly think more than anything else it has a lot to do with the cub fans providing the financial support for the cubs to go out and add and add in ads and I also think that health will have a lot to do with what the Nick Jess Diaz decides to do when he becomes a free agent well I mean obviously if you were a player like Cassiano says you mention you you're thrilled to be traded to a team that's got a chance to win how much of an impact can some of the guys stealing Jetta added how much impact can they have in the remainder of the regular season you know it's I mean I I think the impact was immediate last night when a lot of guys went up there China looking as hobby bios said after the game today I and I have this written down this is mine first but when hobby when are the echoes that you got to give all the credit because in a lot more about it than I do but he goes we're just trying to do too much on the road and I states what Cassiano stood last night I I think what did batch that he had to prove that when you've got a guy like Jack Flaherty on amount like he was last night I mean he was dialed in you got to give him a lot of credit we go back and look at the for A. B. used to cast the items that you walk on about the pitch is the first time he struck out on about ten to which is the second time you got the only yeah and then his last at bat hit a line drive to third base there were a lot of guys that didn't come close to having any of that success in any one of their three or four bad so I I just think that that you know it it is the message that I got from deal with sting when he brought in casting on those and the added Kim Johnny for me it was loud and clear if you don't produce you're not going to play yeah Joe said before the game it's Big Boy time and then unfortunately they went out and got beat exit but they got one hit but with that said it to me it sounded like side that they're going to be no more kind of experiments in you don't experiment when you get to August but they're going to play the guys that are playing bass regardless of matchups it seems going forward well you're coming you're right but it's not like they're given up on anybody it's just like they're basically saying you know the slow start for for for twenty nineteen is over with I got a good place for months or some guys right now that are produced and there have been bad years and all you gotta do is look at the center field numbers collectively look at the second base numbers collectively and look at the guys that have really struggled on the road a lot of that is going to be change here the last couple of months and here's the thing that that excites me more than anything IBM Alex will be low the president of vice president of the Tigers in their general manager a great friend of mine it was his father Ralph the took me the Dominican Republic back when I was a young kid with the Dodgers anyway I'm only for a long time I talked to him today about Cassiano and he just he talk the first thing you said was this guy's locked in we signed in with eighty four million dollars because we didn't want him going to Miami we we knew we had a chance to be a premier player to help us win he did a lot of great things while he was there he talked about him being athletic Callie's locked in now he's a doubles machine but you know the one thing that this said to me about the in judgment about what they want to Tom rickets and and and the Ricketts family with on why we need cast Jana's you know his numbers against left handed pitching are are are are basically off the chart you know he said in almost three fifty with an OPS well over a thousand we also know that the cubs combine coming into the day really just barely over two thirty now if you want to get to the World Series and winning okay you know if you're in the National League you got to get by the Dodgers well the Dodgers gonna throw out in that three game five game seven game series whatever it might be they're gonna so a lot of left handed pitching in there and I think that probably excited me more about yes he does have to be the guy that they wanted more than anybody else more than Trevor Bauer more than Madison Bumgarner he had to be that guy because they need that guy if we can get to the point where they're playing in the postseason against the Dodgers and they're going to have to beat some of that left handed pitching obviously this gives them a much better chance to do that as always Friday at five o'clock means Rick Sutcliffe joining us here on E. S. P. N. one thousand so you mention this a little bit ago about the struggles on the road is there any easy way to define why this team has had such a rough ride away from their own building I think Tommy is you say that I I I think that the is that they need to think small but they need sometimes you've got to surrender to a to a pitcher when he's locked in yeah you might take that first strike and try to do whatever it is you want to do but after that you got to let him dictate the actions he's gonna stay away you're not going to pull the baseball I I've seen a lot of individual thinking particularly on this last road trip rather than collectively you know you got two outs nobody on in to count come on find a way to find a way find a way to get on base find a way to work that counts at least get the pitch count up to were maybe instead of getting to the back end of somebody's bullpen you you bring in a little guy a rich guy that that might not be able to have that much success I at the the thing that did it every time you ask you who took your question just so grateful to Marco but the thing that came to mind me there I go back I was in the outfield in spring training before nineteen eighty nine and I'm standing there with Greg Maddux and Greg at one I think eighty seven eighteen games that the year before and I go a kid I go what what your expectations this year he said you wanna know the truth and I said yeah he said my goal is to win ten games and pitch a hundred seventy five innings and I looked at him and I said what I said if that's all you're going to do we're not going anywhere he goes.

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"kim johnny" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

14:05 min | 3 years ago

"kim johnny" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is weekend. Addition from NPR news. I'm Lou Garcia Navarro this past week two leaders whose relationship with President Trump has preoccupied the world had their own meeting in Vladivostok Russian President Vladimir Putin and North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN held their first ever talks both leaders took thinly. Veiled swipes at the US. And Mr Kim said that the US had negotiated in bad faith after failed. February summit joining me. Now to discuss this is to me, Terry senior fellow for Korea at the center for strategic and international. Studies. Welcome thank you for having me. So while in Russia, Kim Jong told putting that he believed that the United States had acted in bad faith at the Hanoi summit earlier this year. So what do you think he meant by that while he was greatly embarrassed from the Hanoi summit because Kim knows he fundamentally misjudged President Trump. He believed that President Trump was so eager for. A foreign policy victory that he would reward North Korea with maximal sanctions relief in exchange for the continued moratorium on nuclear missile testing and North Korea put up this one nuclear facility young beyond. And of course, they'll Hanoi summit failed. I. Kim Johnny's looking for someone to blame for this failure is of course, it's natural for him to claim the Trump administration to make this Mr. Kim's meeting with Putin this past week we affirm his image as global player despite the failed summit. Does it send a message that the north does not need the United States? What search any dishes part of Kim Jong this calculation? He wants to show United States and even South Korea that he can still commend at a world stage media world leader. But honestly, I think he was there to get some sort of fences relief. And did he get we wanted for Kim? He he needs to negotiate with President Trump death what he's going to get relief. And there's some sign that he's still looking for a deal with President Trump in a third summit. And do you think you'll get that? I mean, what is the status of the relationship between the US and North Korea. No, I think there are. Snow us. I think if Kim put on the negotiating table this young facility yet another facility in order to secure at least some sanctions relief. It's not a bad deal for Kim. And also gives president from an opportunity to claim that he achieve something that none of his predecessor's head. But of course, the second snow aerial is can simply wait out the Trump administration North Korea has built the United States two million dollars. It says for the hospital care of Otto warmbier in American who returned to the United States in a coma after being imprisoned in North Korea. Is this rare or something the north does often? No, it's not fair north Cranston. Do a single thing for free and actually four years ago of with another American citizen. Kenneth BAE day demanded hundred thousand dollars for his relief. So this is what knows Krantz do. I'm not surprised at all that they they mended money. Of course, given autos state that he was in coma the killed him. It's very brazen. Even for North Korea standard. I mean, you would think at least on this occasion that they wouldn't demand money. But I'm not surprised Sumi Terry senior fellow for career at the center for strategic and international studies. Thank you very much. Thank you for having me in Libya field marshal Khalifa half. Tar is continuing his March towards Tripoli where the internationally recognized national government sits currently his troops are stalled outside the city. But the general got a boost recently when President Trump gave him. Call. According to some news reports the president offered his support during the conversation. So does have to have a green light from Washington. And what might this portend for Libya a country that has not seen stability since the overthrow of Moammar Qaddafi in twenty eleven joining us on the line to discuss this cream as Ron residents senior fellow at the Atlantic Council. Welcome to the program. There is an internationally recognized government in Tripoli, it has the support of the United Nations and others is the United States now giving up on it and shifting its support to talk on this phone call me how has led to seeing that? Yes. That is going to be exchange of kids. I'm convinced. I don't think that the United States can side. We've deposits has a pack CD today on the United Nations. Deposited. It was clear we compare this. Stay with pointed the seniors. And it has to go back. Do you think it was a mistake for the president to reach out to general after? Agitates him to handle. He's pushing through an attack against the copied on TV. Indians. So why does he have to make it from colty unless we don't, and then we talk the problem is now screen like giving buddies can be set by states that everyone. And in fact, you've seen through coming in at night bomb. Be some centers team. Do you think that now the conflict will be come more protracted me money might be able to hold their position in advance? Face weeks of slow movements had and it's moving to be until until probably some some media in fact, still win decided salon, and then maybe hospital could win or the other way around two hundred and depression to five in the west. And then we'll go back what supporters of have our say is that he has managed to unify a large portion of the country that has been in disarray since the fall of Moammar Qaddafi that the central government in Tripoli that is supported by the United Nations is weak. It is also supported by militias and that they need someone like half Dr to come and put the country back on track. What is your response to that? You can cannot lie on the demand. Immediately g I I'm not sure that house that would be able to even. Kind of and people like him. Not be able to unify anything. How concerned are you about the repercussions of this? Of course for Europe, it's incredibly important because Libya has become a place where many migrants from Africa travel through to go to Europe. And of course, there is lawlessness and weapons trafficking and other things. So how big a concern is this do you think for the wider region should be very big concern? Now factor back then years. We're back to me Nisha would be if they win they get after we'd be the dominant fouls three because we'd be no discussion. Get them today lose after the end will be massacres. And it would be think you'll be better. It'd be very concerned. Corinne, MS Ron of the Atlantic Council. Thank you very much much. Very much. In the aftermath of the Miller report. President Trump in congress have been engaged in an epic showdown about executive privilege and oversight. The to branch is tangled over their checks and balances many times before perhaps most famously during Watergate that fight made its way to the courts when president Nixon was forced to turn over over Oval Office recordings to congress that led to his impeachment. It was the House Judiciary committee that investigated. Watergate back in nineteen seventy-four NPR's, Linda Wertheimer covered those hearings and has this look back. Listen, some members of the judiciary committee would like to get on with it right now. Republican Charles Sandman of New Jersey asked the staff today, if they don't have enough material to get started right now today, but the staff and the chairman Peter, oh, Dino continued to council committee to wait to wait for the material coming over from the grand jury to wait. To see what the president's lawyer intends to do with the committee recognize my voice, I have to say that I barely did. There are lots of echoes from that time to this. But there are also big differences in the present day. The judiciary committee is not officially working toward impeachment. But they are hearing the same advice from their leaders. Wait one enormous difference is that the congress was in democratic hands. When Richard Nixon was president. Now, it's only the house by July of nineteen seventy four members of both parties in the House Judiciary committee struggled with the decision to impeach. I remember that their decisions were often personal, for instance, Tom rails, back Republican of Illinois. He's spoken. The committee debate about hearing from young people if the young people in this country. Think that we're going to not handle this thing fairly if we're not going to really try to get to the truth. You're going to see the most frustrated people the most turned off people the most disillusioned people, and it's going to make the period of LBJ in nineteen sixty eight nine hundred sixty seven it's going to make it look tame we talked to congressman rails back a few days ago. He's eighty seven not well, but what he remembers is very personal making a tough decision to vote against the president. He considered a friend. I remember was very are Richard Nixon. Them pain for me twice came to my home area actually campaign for me. So very difficult job most, but not all committee Democrats with war impeachment. Congressman George Danielson was a democrat from California strongly opposed to the president. He talked him at the president's secret. White House recordings about protecting the cover up we do have testimony from some of the tapes furnish to us by the White House that at various times in the proceedings the president counseled his aides to if they did appear to stonewall if to to say nothing to say, they could not recall to take the fifth amendment to do anything, but not left the plan come out, Mr Danielsson sounds call him, but he was furious with White House, I to impede the judiciary committee, the hearings in the Senate Watergate committee and the House Judiciary committee with broadcasts. They drew huge audiences over more than a year. The American people were educated about what happened about the law. Impeachment and the constitution. We the people it's a very eloquent beginning. But when that document was completed on the seventeenth of September seventeen eighty seven I was not included in that we the people that was Barbara Jordan democrat of Texas, the first black woman elected to the house from the south and imposing person with a powerful mind powerful voice. She took a larger view of impeachment. She looked at the constitution of the United States. A president is impeachable. If you had temps to subvert the constitution. If the impeachment provision in the constitution of the United States will not reach the offenses charged here, then perhaps that eighteenth century constitution. She'll be abandoned to a twentieth century paper shredder when all this was happening. I went one morning to talk to tip O'Neill of Massachusetts, the house majority leader, and he said something dramatic to me that he had not said to any reporter. Now, what is going to happen? According to to your reading of the house. Well, I have to presume at this particular time that the president of the United States is going to be faced by the judiciary committee that you're going to report him baseman that judiciary committee did vote three articles of impeachment charging, president Nixon with abuse of power, contempt of congress and obstruction of Justice and right around the. Same time. Everything speed it up the members of congress discovered. A taped conversation from the White House that came to be called the smoking gun which made clear that president Nixon did know about the Watergate break in and had participated in trying to cover it up on that Tuesday. Mike waters, host of all things considered asked me a question. What's going on at the hill? Now, what is it like, well, there's a riot going on members of congress are coming in one after the other to tell the American people that they can no longer support the president. There's a veritable blizzard of press releases. They were speeches on the floor about the president and supporters of the president that yesterday would have appeared to be unthinkable that they should have defected did defect today. But the house never voted on impeachment on August ninth. Preston, Richard Nixon resigned after that vice. Vice president Gerald r Ford was sworn in as the new president and the impeachment proceedings ended, Linda Wertheimer NPR.

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"kim johnny" Discussed on BaKChat

BaKChat

10:46 min | 3 years ago

"kim johnny" Discussed on BaKChat

"The dolphins. Honest crosses my mind. Like when we whenever we talk about stuff like this. It's like, you know, like, we have like empathy for certain animals, and we don't for others. This is true. It's like, you know, we keep cows. We keep like pigs. Chickens. We keep all these animals that we like to eat a lot. Yeah. We keep them in terrible conditions horrifying if it was more mainstream about what was actually going on. And you actually had to watch how the meek onto the package that you're about to buy wouldn't do it. We absolutely would not like. Yeah. And that's something that I'm trying to remind myself because as we all know him on my vegetarian journey young. Even though I've been vegan for ten years in the past. But for some. Right now. It's just extra hard for me. I'm not sure why exactly that is. So I'm trying to figure that out. I'm like asking myself like why that is. But it's interesting, isn't it how we can have compassion for certain animals and not others. Don't even think about it. Yeah. I always have an issue with like if it's not the most Aquarius thing ever. Hind of actually know maybe the air signed thing ever mix. Well, some mix of all the dolphins the upset me bite. So after we sit at the Hilton cola, we went to the other side of the big island in Hawaii famous lava flows happen, oh my photos from that. So we're facing the lava wasn't flowing while we were there it only flows like certain times, it doesn't flow all the time. So we didn't get to see a lava flow, but we stayed in tiny house a tiny home built on an old lava flow, and we got to spend the night there. What was it like it was off the grid? It was like what's the word? Like it looked. Post-apocalyptic? It was anything bite. So it looks desolate in my photos, and the house itself is cute. The shower was outdoors. So bedroom was on little cabin outside of the main kitchen area. Everything was cooked on propane solar power play verbally. It looked amazing. Yeah. It was really what was more. I was like why aren't you? Suddenly stop John's the energy that I felt they're staying on. This lava field was energy. I've only felt him to other places in the world. Tell me on Joshua tree, national and Larue or Ayers, Rock and Australia. Okay. And it's supposed to be really fertile area. Illegal. It's in the middle of the oh back. It's actually in the geographic center of Australia almost so there's just desert around. They're all three areas actually have something in common. They're all very deserty. Right, right. But yeah. For some reason, I felt the same energy at the love of caught me off guard recognizing this feel. Oh my God. That is any would you know that from your travels got the only way I would so Joshua tree. And so I was trying to I don't know just like kind of take that in process that exactly felt and so our Airbnb house they had great wifi there, by the way. I don't know the I was really good. So message host because we had forgotten to buy coffee for the next day. And he goes, there's a place called coal Roberts. That's down the road to kilometers away go there. And it was this is on a Wednesday. Okay. And it goes go there tonight. It'll be amazing just Google it. You can buy coffee for the morning. That's all our hosts said, so it's like, okay. So we just have to ask you one thing. But is energy that you felt or do you want? Explain this lead. Yeah. I know. I can totally expend the energy was like first of all it felt like it was something I was supposed to do. As and this is only happen to the world on. No, it didn't feel right. And that's a different energy to go ahead. This weekly felt like something that I was just supposed to do. But I didn't realize I was supposed to do it until I was there, and I've only ever felt that in Joshua tree and God cry Makassar rising. So yeah. And also there's for something that looks desolate post apocalyptic as I dried up old lava field does the energy is actually electric. You can feel the tangible energy on the tips of every Harry in your body there. You just vibrate higher frequency being there? That's amazing. Yeah. And it was very unexpected feel about their of all places rave, right? So we got this message from the host of going to Roberts for coffee. Yeah. We decided to drive around the Sava feel because there's a little road that goes through it. And we discovered that there were dozens of tiny homes built on this love of field. They were also artsy Krista. Every one of them is a work of art. It wasn't. It wasn't like it was like a bunch of scraps together. Every one of them could have been a postcard almost reflects the energy of the lava field kind of. It's like how inspired it was. So colorful, it was still collecting it was absolutely beautiful to see all of these tiny homes randomly perched on this huge Black Sea of nothingness that is so cool. Yeah. So we had about going down we loved it. And we went to Roberts or coffee, but we go to pull in lake we're a Columbia away. All these cars, and this is like in the middle of the night. There's a full moon, by the way. We stayed on a love of field in the full moon, which is super even though we went to look at the stars. So the full moon bleached out all the stars in the sky. Does it was so right? Wow. That's the light of the moon. We can see all of these cars lining, the ditch for kilometer before this call Roberts ways. So we park and Jake, and I get out and Jake's like are we at some kind of a weird festival. It's a first year spring. What's going on? I'm like, I don't know equinox. So we walk up we encounter this massive outdoor market that has fired answers. They had local lake cuisine there with local people that booths cooked food. They had drinks. They had all these different kiosks selling like gemstones, ma'am. Crush found coffee story. Jake the Aquarius actually bought his first crystal. At this market, which is really cute. Yeah. And he picked it up. It was like this rose rose quartz obelisk spoke to him. It spoke to him the woman that was selling crystals. And she's like about one likes you. She's like, I don't see this often. But you still rose courses rose quartz resembles like love and serenity calmer, and it's much cyber stone. Oh my God. It's so cute like rose courts. That's that's one of the the penalty. Like love stones has far as I know. So Jake bought because it's spoke to him. And it was a of in the middle of good night in the lava flow with the. And then so there's all these people are honestly, I would say close to a thousand people there were a lot. So I asked someone he had his kids with him. And I said, do you know what the Sonate is because there's a full moon or it's the first spring, and he looked at me like, I was crazy. When asked that he likes crunched up his face. And he goes he goes there. No bigger than that. And I was like, okay. Why is that? We do this every Wednesday. He goes, this isn't a one off thing we do this every week as a community. He goes there are just so many people that live interspersed around this lava field, but we're so far apart. And he goes it's really important for us as a community together together once a week God, I wanna crime have this event. That's so cute. And then looking around Chris and seeing all the vendors all these all the tables were long tables, set up an art village. Yeah. But everybody gets together once a week because it's the most important thing that they do with each other just to be part of that to be random travelers seeing tiny and to be part of this experience was beautiful amazing. Brian was a little town called Paola P H O A, and I love to go back again when the lavas flowing, but it was just I don't know. I used the phrase like it reaffirms like my faith in humanity. Yeah. Which Jay Cates. When people say that he's like don't say that. I hate it. I feel like I hate that too. So I'm with you, Jamie. What like that's the only thing that like. Restores some faith and just the human condition community and the together. And you know, it's really cool is how this ties in with your talk about quotas surgery and the county which is on the economics. I did not know that. So coda surgery was on the equipment. I'm experiencing the same community feeling on the other side of the world, and it totally different way. Yeah. There's a threat of continuity them together. There is actually like I wanna even extend that threat of continuity, even further and just say like, this is the reason why we started back that. Yeah. Absolutely. Am I gonna cry? I have never actually seen you cry. By the way, I have never is pretty watery. Now, I get really emotional back CHAI. No, that's porn on a sorry. Don't ruin it. No. But for real like dot is actually at the heart of why we started back in what we really wanted to do. And what we really wanted to do was connect with other people. And so creating community is something that was so important to us that we were literally like we said from day one bureau, or like, this is what we want. I wanna make people feel like I want to help people feel like they're a part of something. Even if it's Yulianto about even if it's Elliott, and that's why it was important walkabout. Exactly, hold a part of this journey everything has acceptable to people every guests that we've had on like there's been face. They have their own story. That's what we have always strived to highlight is not just what they do. Or like what's interesting about them like from an outsider perspective. Like, what makes them them from an inside perspective? Yeah. Like to me that is like that is like the penalty goal. It's the it's the essence of what we wanted to do. We've always wanted to make all of the successful to our listeners because let's let's take cozy for example from the finance background like. So random, but not a lot of our listeners may be like in a lot of different industries that listen to us would have exposure to the finance real estate even know that they cared, but we get to drill down with someone cozy and make it acceptable for people that listen seeing with the trans community a lot of our listeners. Probably don't know what transportation they approach with questions. And actually, we know that because a lot of people reached out to us. Yeah. I'm Kim Janna the life coach, you know, a lot of people might have had access to resource Lakers, or, you know, have someone it's Kim Johnny listeners actually like a lot of our listeners. Follow kim. John actually talk about her regularly to me on our Instagram, which I think is also really cool. Well. Well, there's so many levels like, and I think like this is just really gets at the heart. And what I really like I feel like what's important about all of this is that like we have to remember that really like, we are all human all have human needs. We have desires for contact. We have desires until like have relationships with other people, and whatever form that comes in like there is room for everybody. There's everybody like you don't need to be in competition for love like we

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"kim johnny" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"kim johnny" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Morning. Ryan Seacrest on one point seven kiss FM. It's Ryan Seacrest with you Sistani Tanya, Patty. Let's get Jonathan on the phone Jonathan so. Where to try and salvage this year? Thank you. We're going to call your the woman that you went out with Valentine's Day for few beers, the one that you may be over texting and the one that you you didn't hear back from and then asked what did you do wrong? Okay. Yeah. It's tough. When when you when you sent the tax heyday do something wrong. I don't love that. I understand you wanting to do it like I want to do it. But then when you send it, you know, when you you think should I should night. And then you draft it, and then you hit send in like, Dom specially when you don't get a response. And then you're like, maybe they can maybe did he get delivered days of note. No response from her. So it's not the greatest one she'd always take me back right away. So. Something happened on this beard date. I there must have been trying to think of something. But I just all I remember is we had a fun time. I don't know maybe she's dealing with the death in the family or maybe. Her ex boyfriend is back in the picture made. You know? Phone got like eaten by a bear or something? That's also plausible let her now. Her name is Kim Johnny very quiet. Let me see if we can salvage this. I don't know. Thank you. Hello. Hi, kim. There. Hi, ken. It's Ryan Seacrest and everybody calling on Kissifim your voices on the air. How you doing? Hi. Hi, brian. Hi, kim. This I'm calling because we know that you went out with Jonathan right? Donovan. Yes. The guy from the Super Bowl. Okay. So listen just us talking what happened with Jonathan? Because we now know that you're not communicating with Jonathan. Did. He do truly something wrong. Oh my gosh. This is crazy. I'll just I'll just come right out and tell you guys he plans lake meet up pick me up. He comes in. He picked me up on a scooter. I'm not kidding. In other words, what it is. I I'm picturing him rolling into bird. I I am like when when he came out and I saw him on the scooter I was thinking like. Well, this is probably gonna take an Uber or something, you know, he's going to get off the bird, and we're gonna take place, and I very quickly realized that like, no. He wants us to take this scooter to our dinner place, and I pay like I I would. You for me? Tailgate? And when I go out on a date. I I it's kind of. And. I need to sort of dress up in New York. And he's not expecting me like get on the back of his Khuda illegal. Why did you get to scooters? Hey, we'll out on me ask Jonathan. He's actually on the phone Jonathan is that true. Oh my God. I mean, I didn't seem like she was mad at the time. But you could have given her the heads up kind of cute. If you say, hey, I'm gonna do something fun like pick you up on a bird wear sneakers. Yeah. Yeah. Well, that was what I was thinking. I didn't I was mad. Do you want? Birds. Like two birds two different. I will say that was a first. Yeah. Right. A motorcycle..

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"kim johnny" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"kim johnny" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"One or two point seven. This is kiss FM. Ryan Seacrest with you Sistani Tanya, Patty, let's get Jonathan on the phone Jonathan. So where to try and salvage this year? We thank you. We're going to call your the woman that you went out with and Valentine's Day for a few beers, the one that you've maybe over texting and the one that you you didn't hear back from and then ask what did you do wrong? Okay. Yeah. It's tough. When you when you when you sent the tax heyday do something wrong. I don't love it. I understand you wanting to do it like I want to do it. But then when you send it you think should I shouldn't I and then you draft it, and then you hit send him like dumb, especially when you don't get a response. And then you're like, maybe he can maybe did it get delivered days of not no response from her. So it's not the greatest one. She'd always check me back right away. So. Think something happened on this beer date. I can't I've been trying to think of something. But I just all I remember is we had a fun time. I don't know maybe she's dealing with the death in the family or maybe. Ex-boyfriend is back in the picture. Maybe you know. Phone got like eaten by a bear or something? That's also plausible let her now. Her name is Kim Johnny very quiet. Let me see if we can salvage this. I don't know. Thank you. Hello. Hi, kim. There. Yes. I am. Hi, kim. It's Ryan Seacrest and everybody calling on Kissifim your voices on the air. How you doing? Hi. Hi, ryan. Hi, kim. Listen. What we're calling because we know that you went out with Jonathan right? Donovan on down the guy from the Super Bowl. Okay. So listen just us talking what happened with Jonathan? Because we now know that you're not communicating with Jonathan did he do truly something wrong. Oh my gosh. This is crazy. I'll just I'll just come right out and tell you is he plans lake meet up. He was gonna pick me up. He comes me up. He picked me up on a scooter. But I'm not kidding. In other words, what it is. I I'm picturing him rolling into bird. I I am like when when he first came out, and I saw him on the scooter I was thinking like. Well, this is probably gonna take an Uber or something. But you know, he's gonna get off the bird, and we're gonna take place, and I very quickly realized that like, no he wants us to take this scooter. To our dinner place and killed. Okay. Like, I I would. For me. And when I want on a date with I I kind of. Do I need to sort of dress up in the queue? And he's not expecting me like get on the back of his scooter illegal. Why did you get to scooters? Hey, we'll let me ask Jonathan. He's actually on the phone Jonathan is that true. Just. Uh? You didn't seem like she was mad at the time. But you could have given her the heads up. Oh, yeah. John kind of cute. If you say, hey, I'm gonna do something fun like pick you up on a bird wear sneakers. Yeah. Yeah. Well, that was what I was thinking. I didn't that was my idea. I want. For two birds. Two birds to definitely different. I will say that was a I. Right. You're a motorcycle got to..

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"kim johnny" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"kim johnny" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Floss your teeth brush your tongue scope it out or listerine. And you know what? And it's good. Have you had a bad experience? I've got some bad breath girls. And I'm sure you know. So that's like major dealbreaker, you'll breaker. I went out with this girl. She's beautiful. She's kind. She's smart. She was like a nurse, and I kissed her. And I was like oh, man. Honestly, almost like I was like it just didn't. It wasn't good. I don't wanna get graphic. But like we wouldn't ask what of tasted like oh. And then so I went out with her again. Gee, I don't want to sound like a dick. But I'm just going to be honest. I went out with her again. And I said it can't be the same way. And again, and I even said God, she's so cool. I'm going to give her a third time. Maybe she has a bacterial infection in her mouth. I went I kissed her again a third time. And I couldn't do I couldn't believe my theory. Is that just had like this like almost like she was just eating like, I don't know what guys and girls are doing these days with these actors like this kale? Spinach salad shake, and I had this tomb Rick onion, 'love rot, worst, Tilak, whatever. And it's just like. Yeah. And you know, what maybe it's healthier. But you know, you smell like shit I smell like shit. So I'm gonna go have a burger, well, my my checklist it which is expanding. But. Like, my three things are think laughing come. So someone who makes you think who's like smart can just Gus politics who challenges you intellectually someone who makes you laugh has a good sense of humor. And someone who you're you wanna bone, wait a minute. So are you not someone who's these? I don't wanna get in the Howard Stern mode here. But I'm it spikes my curiosity. Are you someone that doesn't have easy orgasms? Oh, no. Yes. Very oh. So that's the that part's easy, then it's easy. Yeah. But then I'm thinking thinking laugh, I got thinking laugh, and then and then I'm thinking, and then I told this to someone actually I told this to the I went Amsterdam I made friends with them. I don't know who watches game of thrones. But king Joffrey Kim, Johnny bell with Joff. No, no, no, we became friends, and I told him my theory. His name is Jack. He's actually lovely actor. He quit acting. And he's a major dick on the show, but he's actually really lovely. And I started watching the show to support him. And now, I'm hooked on the show. But I was like, Jack, what do you think of this theory in Jacko's, I think you should add? Actor and I'm like God. That's a good point. So now, I've added it's TLC square and character. Yeah. You want someone who's like just not a dick? I never thought of that until just net. You're a good person. Yeah. Yeah. So that's my now in my now that I've matured I have added C squared. You might type do you? Allen sounds like a white guy. I don't think Allen's Mexican or Latino, right? Is that many Allen's right? All right, right. There's a lot of Al is there a lot of Allen's that are not. No, no. Maybe that's what I'm saying. Alan sounds like just a white, dude. Yeah. I've dated a Latino guys. Yeah. I don't discriminate. But you anybody. Well, if we I mean, preferably TLC squared. Well, yeah, I think. I'm sick against come character. I already lost the thinking. Thinking to take care of TLC. But yeah, I mean, you know, I'm not like, why won't they you? Because you're whatever like, I'm just like if you're cool, and we get along and character on and beat that one breath. Yeah. See everyone has their their addition of your parents been married forever. I'm gonna guess I'm gonna guess forty one years. Yeah. What about right, really? Yeah. That's pretty amazing. Yeah. Are they still attracted each other? They kiss and love I think so I mean, they hands. Sometimes it's a little like did you ever hear them?.

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Kim Jong Un crosses DMZ line for historic meeting with South Korea

The News with Gene Valicenti

02:00 min | 4 years ago

Kim Jong Un crosses DMZ line for historic meeting with South Korea

"The revolution softwash news center the story in action news north and south korea how about this for a headline say they want to officially end the war this year you know the korean war officially never ended on paper they had the standoff there they built the buildings on the on the dmz but on paper the war still going on yesterday the presidents of both countries met that's the headline out today they want to officially end the war on paper come on about hey gino good morning it's been an armistice that's been in place since the guns went silent in nineteen fiftythree they say gonna do it officially this coming summer the result of a historic meeting between north korea's kim john and his south korean counterparts cnn's paula hancocks she is near the border village of pan moon john korea are going to be much happier even if they don't think this is going to last they will be much happier hearing a declaration being signed between these two leaders than the possibility of more missiles more nuclear tests a potential second korean war correspondent paula hancocks again she is in the d m z before the announcement north korea's kim johnny became the first leader from north korea to step south of the line that divides those countries since the end of the war and that was back in nineteen fifty three wbz news time is six thirty one big news here in the us outside of philly essentially they may throw away the cave just call him america's dad now they call them convicted rapist correspondent steve kastenbaum has more from norristown there was a brief cheer from a few women inside the courtroom in the first guilty verdict was announced outside montgomery county court justice has been done attorney gloria allred and several cosby accusers celebrated women were finally believed and we thank the jury so much for that victoria valentino was a playboy bunny in nineteen sixty nine when she claims cosby drugged and raped her we are vindicated we are validated district attorney kevin steele praised andrea constand for her courage she stepped up she went forward and and and we got to the right result steve kastenbaum.

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