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AP News Radio
Michael Cohen to testify Monday in Trump hush-money probe
"Sources tell the AP Donald Trump's former lawyer and fixer Michael Cohen is scheduled to testify Monday before a Manhattan grand jury investigating hush money payments made on the former president's behalf. I'm Ben Thomas with the latest. Yeah, it's been a long day. Michael Cohen emerged from a day long session Friday at the Manhattan district attorney's office, with not a lot to say. I'm really gonna be taking a little time now to stay silent and allow the DA to build that Kingston to do the things that they need to do. Cohen is considered a key witness as prosecutors close in on a decision on whether to seek charges against Trump. They appear to be looking at whether Trump committed crimes in arranging payments to two women to keep them from going public about alleged affairs. Or in how those payments were accounted for, the Trump organization. Trump blasted the probe on social media again Friday, calling it scam injustice, mockery, and complete and total weaponization of law enforcement in order to affect the presidential election. Prosecutors this week invited Trump himself to testify before the grand jury. I'm Ben Thomas.
Talk Is Jericho
"kingston" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Maybe in the world today. So he's brought a bunch of them and we're going to discuss kind of the history behind these belts. I have no idea which ones he's brought. So Dan is going to join us and also Eddie Kingston is a wrestling historian as well. So he's going to join us too. So Dan Lambert, Eddie Kingston, come on out. All right. Hey guys. Eddie and I have a truce today. Just for today. We don't like each other. But we're good. We do like wrestling, so it's good. Yeah. My love for wrestling will outweigh my hatred for Christmas. Yeah, exactly, exactly. The last time I was in the ring with you was your story. Street fight, and you were stapling my balls to my leg. So I'm trying to hope it for a better, a better experience today. That's true, all three of us have a truce today. That was a fun time, Dan, about a year ago, and her soap was really involved in our EW storylines. And we actually had a pretty good street fight match to wrap it up. It was a blast. So Dan, obviously you are a very successful in MMA with American Top Team. Very much so. But you are a lifetime wrestling fanatic. Big time. Big time. So what made you decide to start collecting all of these titles? I was actually had my own MMA promotion because back in the late 90s, early 2000s, there just weren't many places to get fights. So we're trying to build a team and train fighters and you can't get them fights because only a few places around the country that there have been fights. So I said screw it. I'll do my own promotion down in Florida. So I reached out to Dave milliken to make me some belts. And we started talking wrestling and we got back. And I was like, man, you ever come across any old belts that might be for sale. I love wrestling belts. I mean, you look at wrestling and it's good versus evil, but it's the chase for the belts, too, and the championships and wrestling are just so cool. Baseball, you get a ring before the opening day, the next year when you win or the NBA, or you win a tenant at Wimbledon, you get a trophy and put in your closet or in your living room. In wrestling, you get a belt. You're bragging, it's on your shoulder, it's on your waist. They mean something in the territory days. All the territories had their own unique belts and the champions never really went against each other back then. So I bet you my Florida heavyweight champion could beat the Missouri champion, you know, and so I just grew up loving belts and Dave was like, yeah, I know where some belts are. If you're interested in it and for the last 20 plus years, I've just been grabbing everyone I can find. So Dave milliken, you might have just on talk is Jericho a couple of weeks ago. He is the guy who makes all of the belts, not just for WWE, AW. He's done UFC work. He does work for Madonna wanted a championship belt for one of her albums. He made that. He's also the guy that makes if you guys are doing the ultimate Jericho VIP experience, or if you have done it, he makes the belts that we have every year that you guys get. So he's kind of the guy that can find all of these and so, I mean, let's just start talking. You got a whole table full over here. You want to just kind of grab the one at a time and if we can, we can discuss each one. How many belts do you have? Do you think total? I have about a hundred, 105 at home. I brought 16 of them. They go back to the 30s. I love the territory days. If Dave also helps me because he authenticates him before I buy him. Right. He's the one who tells you if they're absolutely real or not. Absolutely ring you, 'cause you'd be amazed at the people who are trying to scam you won't sell in belts. I've had Bruno San martino's kid try to scam me on a belt. Wow. Are you trying to scam me on a bike? Why wouldn't they? It's the corny days, brother. Don't be surprised. And I'm an easy mark, because I'm a mark. So all right, why don't we start? Jeez, look at that. Early. This is the WWWF U.S. tag team title from 1963. Oh my gosh. It's basically the precursor to the WWE World Tag Team titles when Vince McMahon senior broke away from the NWA. He had an NWA territory, got an argument with the board of directors because they wanted to change the title from buddy Rogers to luth as and Luther didn't like touring a lot and Vince senior was like, no, I need a champion. I need a champion. He's going to come up in tour. I can make money off of. He tried to keep buddy his champion. They voted against him. She's like, screw it. I'm going to start my own company. So he starts WWF. This was his first tag title that he used. And part of what I love about the bells is not just the fact that buddy Rogers held this belt. Bruno San martino held this book gorilla monsoon held this belt. You know, the legends Johnny Valentine that people that had held this belt is just crazy thinking about them carrying it around and going from a reindeer arena, but the stories behind the belts are just crazy. Buddy Rogers, he had heart problems. That's why he dropped the WWWF belt so quickly to Bruno. And he didn't wrestle much after that and what he did, they were very short appearances, but he went back to Ohio and started his own promotion and he took this belt as well as the original belt that he dropped to Bruno to start the WWWF. He took him home with him. And when he passed away, he left him to his best friend and his tag team partner Johnny baron, when he passed away, his wife's clean out the attic and there they are in the attic. How many years they've been sitting in the attic. So I bought the two belts from her through Dave, but then WWF found out that they've had them and sold them, and they were like, hey, we need our first heavyweight title and it was like, Dan, you want to make a bunch of money and I'm like, sure, everybody wants to make money. He's like, I want to sell that you. I'm not selling that. You don't know how much they're going to offer you. It's like, it doesn't matter what they are. They can offer to my kid when I die. I'm sure he'll love to talk to you. How much did you pay for that Bill? I bought both those belts for I think $30,000. God. Which I thought was
Monday Morning Critic Podcast
"kingston" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast
"This is Natalie Kingston and you're listening to Monday morning critic. So much. So there's a lot of want to ask you before we get into blackbird. Let me just say it. I'm going out of order here and I don't like doing that because it messes up my rhythm. I just finish up the place where I lie. And I was just dabbing my eyes for all 5 minutes. Yeah. That's where I'm at right now. I'm just off a crying binge, I think, oh my God. It's a hard one. It's an emotional episode. It is so beautiful. But I want to get to in a second because I don't want to get, you know, I'm going to get emotional that I'm not going to be able to do the interview, and then that's, but anyways, it's a work of art. That's all I'll say. So the kid that's born in Louisiana in this draw to a VHS camcorder, right? I feel like all those people Natalie that are so passionate from the Spielberg's to you to like anybody who's just driven by that VHS camcorder when you were younger. Was there a movie or and I know a library in children's books are involved in this as well. You've told this story another interviews. But is there a movie that you saw at that age or an actor at that age where you're like, gosh, I just, I love it. I love cinema. I love TV. I love it. I want to make it. I want to create this. No. There wasn't. It wasn't really about I really didn't watch movies as a kid. My parents really didn't watch much TV or movies or anything like that. Yeah. I was just like playing outside a lot or just trying to I was always like creating these productions or these I don't know, like just like stage plays are. That sort of evolved to so it was really the camcorder itself. That inspired me and I really didn't, you know, of course I knew that there was a director and people who made films, but I really didn't understand that much about cinema or movies or actors or anything like that. I was just kind of really infatuated by the process of capturing moving images or just telling a story with moving images and then like getting to share with my family who had makes sit down and watch it and just seeing how they would react. That whole process. Yeah, and you know, you go from that kid. So how does your progression develop Natalie? I mean, obviously, I don't want you don't have to go into too much detail, but you go from there to high school to how does the progression go for you because clearly you were born to do what you're doing, but there's probably other factors. How does it progress for you? Well, it was a very winding path, you know, as because of from a small town in south Louisiana wasn't exposed to the industry at all. So in high school, I remember taking a still photography class and was shot on film and the classroom was converted into a dark room. And so that whole process I fell in love with. But I don't know if I even associated that time with I didn't know what cinematography was. You know, it was just like image making. And then cut to, I went to college in a city not too far from where I grew up in Louisiana at the time there was no film program. And I knew I wanted to major in film, but the closest thing I could find was mass communications. And so I did that and after college, I was still lost. I was like, you know, how do I get, I don't know how to work in film. So worked in retail management for a few years. I was a manager of a clothing store. And but I wasn't happy. So after a few years, I just quit and I got a job at a small TV station in south Louisiana and they had one position open for a salesperson. And that's not what I want to do. So I did it and didn't do the sales things for long. But I kind of made it known that I wanted to be in production. So I would always just go visit the guys in the back in production and just like watch them film things or edit or whatever. So it was well known. And so actually shortly after a job became available in the sky left. And so it kind of took his job and that job sort of evolved to them like giving me my own show there where it was documentary style and I shot it. I directed it and I edited. I came up with the whole concept and who are going to interview and kind of follow around and that really kind of sort of became my film school. All the creative freedom and it was amazing and I was just so inspired because I had all these tools at my fingertips and sometimes I could take the cameras home and do my own thing and that sort of evolved to like camera freelance camera operating which I did for a little while like why I had that job, I did a lot of live sports and then finally I was able to get my first job on a film. That was around the time when films started to be shot in Louisiana. They've got the film tax incentives. Right, right. Worked as a camera assistant as a second AC and that's sort of where it clicked. Like, okay, there's a cinematographer and that person's in charge of how this movie looks. Camera and lighting. And that's exactly that's exactly what I need to pursue. And so then I started my path. And it was still winding because I even just needed money. I needed to work. So I took a full-time job after I sing for a bit. At a post house as an editor, because I had my editing experience from the TV station. And didn't really love post. So I started to shoot things on the side, you know, short films with friends. And then got really serious about it. So I went to a place called main media. I don't know if you're familiar with it. It sounds familiar, yeah. Hidden gem of a school in rockport Maine. And they offer weeklong workshops to, I don't know, two year programs, but I found this cinematography intensive there that was like three months
AP News Radio
Rizzo slam in 8-run 5th, Yanks rout Jays 12-3 for 8th in row
"Anthony Rizzo crushed a 5th in Grand Slam off trumper Richards as New York Cruz to a 12 three victory at Rogers center With the Bezos loaded was the 6th of his career Working through Kingston and just always trying to find the right position to be in and it's kind of just the ebb and flow of the season of staying with it and having good at that It was part of an 8 run frame for the Yankees who also got homers from Giancarlo Stanton DJ le mayhew and Joey gallop George Montgomery was 6 of things giving up just three hits for the win He improved to three and one John leatherbee to
The Dan Bongino Show
Dan Bongino Recalls Violent Situation in Kingston, Jamaica
"I was thinking back to the time I had gone over to Kingston Jamaica which is not a war zone and it's case to Jamaica but they have a high crime rate so it can be dangerous depending on where you are what time of day But we found ourselves in my prior line of work in a really bad situation and we were there filming with this ABC crew for a book Jenna Bush was writing And we found ourselves caught at the end of this alley and a bunch of people came out that weren't necessarily friendly And some weapons and we got it all on video because it was being filmed for the thing We went back and looked at it later we were like gosh that was really bad So we went back to the hotel I forget what we were saying We went back to the hotel and that night we were having a few adult sodas afterwards The shift was over of course And I remember talking to the cameraman and I said to him you know it's interesting You never put the camera down that whole time He had these guys in front of you with the machetes and all this and you know you never put the camera down He kept filming he didn't even look even frazzled by it I keep in mind we're supposed to be these You know big you know tough masculine Secret Service dudes right And you know I was a little hanked out but I was like okay this could get ugly fast and I was scanning and looking around at all And yet this guy didn't seem worried at all and I talked to him about it I'm like you know that's kind of kind of cool how you didn't get frazzled He's like man let me tell you something This is nothing I was in Mogadishu and you know he was there when that whole Black Hawk down thing went down not filming that particular episode but right around that time when Somalia broke bad And he's like that was nothing
Discussions of Truth
"kingston" Discussed on Discussions of Truth
"If they're doing quantum dot tattoo. I don't know. But yeah, but quantum Don is related to the Tesla for recess, which is the expanding system in your body. They use what's called single walled carbon nanotubes. This is literally all in the pie. And so just because I was in a patent doesn't mean that they're going to produce it, but then we start seeing people are magnetic. You start seeing people pick up radio frequencies and whatnot. And you're like, well, holy cow that actually is in the past. You know, people are magnetic because they were injected with nanomagnets. And it's in the past. This is a scene. And those nano magnetar originally used as cancer therapies. So an understudy under research, so allegedly. A lot of this stuff is on our cancer research. It was fun to have cancer research. So is this a Karen? Can listeners say, hey, this is an integration of advancements in technology, transhumanism? Yeah, I think it's transparent and transfuse membrane. But I mean, this experiment is very deadly. It's lethal. So it's a war. Or for the ages, some final final words, the final thoughts. Something uplifting, Karen, something. No, I would say, I mean, honestly, what I did. We all played a role in this deception, right? We went along quietly with the plan, even when we were aware of it. I did myself. I mean, what do you mean? Maybe in last year we all knew many of us knew after we were told to lock down 2.2 million people are going to die if you don't stay in your house, and then nobody really died. And we knew people weren't dying and did we rebel and come out of our homes. Trump said I'm not lucky down the economy, governors go figure it out your cells, and did we follow our president? No, we followed our governors. Trump said, hydroxychloroquine works. And it does work, not because he said it, but because in 2005, Fauci said it in a particle published that hydroxychloroquine works both as a preventative medicine and as a treatment. So 2005 article, you can still find it on the NIH website. And when Trump said this, what happened, the propaganda media turned against him. And so did the medical community. I mean, there was like 24 doctors and scientists who rebuked Trump about saying what he said about hydroxychloroquine. They actually published a bogus study. The study that showed across what 600 in like 7 centers across 7 continents that hydroxychloroquine killed more people than it saved in hospitals. But here's the problem. Someone actually wouldn't look at the zip codes that those hospitals were in. And they found that there were more people that were dying in the hospital with COVID-19 than actually were diagnosed. So they were called to the carpet that was a BS study, but still nobody supported Trump. So you know replacing feet? Yeah, and I think we all were all kind of like, went along to get along. And we didn't support our president. So, I mean, I see now repent, understand what role you played in this deception. Did you vote for Biden? No, God, no. No, I didn't vote for Biden, but this isn't about getting a participation trophy. So it's not like, well, I voted for Trump, so, you know, no. The constitution, we the people. That means the authorities within us. We don't expect our government to come rescue us and save us, right? This is, again, we're not seeing we always criticize the participation generation. Well, that's quite frankly what we've turned into, you know, click, you know, we voted for Trump and now he's supposed to come back and save us. Sorry, we're supposed to save ourselves. And the reason why Trump isn't in office is because we weren't vocal in 2020. We did not support our president. The only way that this country or the enemy got away with getting Biden in office is because we didn't have an insurrection. I'm not calling for one, but let's be honest. We did not speak up. People did not, we were ashamed and to be silenced for being maga supporters. And we, you know, we fell for that. We fell for that trick. Again, go see what they did read the Jeffrey gerbils playbook. We sell for it. The client singer. So I would say repent, figure out what role you played mourn your losses and then move forward and speak the truth and don't speak the vernacular to propaganda. Call this a bioweapon, call this, say, don't say I'm not going to comply. So I'm not going to surrender my body to a bioweapon. I'm not going to surrender my inalienable God given right into the constitution to a tyrannical governor to a tyrannical school board or tyrannical president. Say enough is enough. We're not going to do it. And then stick by your words, make sure your actions follow through what you said. And say it loudly say it everywhere. And if you've received the injection, if you use don't get a booster. Don't get any more injections. Yeah, I mean, and again still, I mean, repent and I do believe there are solutions out there. I mean, I do vet a lot of data, but you know, people can't be healed unless they realize they've been harmed. So that needs to happen. Karen, do you have a website? You have a place. I'm going to get one. I wasn't planning on doing that. You start your own platform, perhaps, maybe. Write a book. I was told to do that. I guess I'm gonna do that. I swear, yeah, I'm not gonna go back to my day job, apparently. That's not gonna happen. It's not in the cards. Yeah. You're thank you for joining the show. Thank you. All right, thanks. Thank you. Okay..
Discussions of Truth
"kingston" Discussed on Discussions of Truth
"Young adults and children. Las Vegas, where was this? I think it was in Houston. There was a 8 people. I was just a few days ago. They said they felt like they were in hell, but 8 people went into convulsions and died. Some people said we kind of seemed to get this cationic state. And you had to be vaccinated. So there were 8 people who just a 14. Most of them were teenagers, most of their team, 14 and 20 and one 27 year old that have died at that concert. So that's another. I think what this comes down to because that's an exposure to some people are saying that there was a some kind of radio frequency that was activated at the concert that was probably covered up by the sounds. I mean, I don't know, but I think it's interesting there was not a mob scene that, you know, but people again ate people died at this concert during a performance. Yeah, it's interesting. It's a math that's amassed death. I mean, 8 people that's not cool. It's just a random heart attack in the crowd. It's not random. And they were all vaccinated so they don't know what caused it. But you know what I talk about yesterday was the way to get out of this mess is to figure out how we got into this mess. So from a legal perspective on January 27th the last year, secretaries are the secret of healthy and services declare that the novel coronavirus that causes confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19 disease is a public threat. A threat to public safety health public health and a threat to national security. It was the problem is that there was no test last year to confirm the cases in January of last year. So that's a problem. And there was not in February and in March. And then it has to be renewed every three months. So becerra renewed it, October 18th of this year. That was the 12th renewal, whatever renewal of this declaration. But his renewal said that the consequences of COVID-19 are threat to national security. Consequences are a result of our government and the mandates. But national security under the Clinton options are former president Clinton, he defined it as anything that's a threat to the preamble of the constitution. So our national defense are right to pursue our liberties a job, you know, education, our freedoms. Pursuit happiness or no, and in our posterity or children and children. So I should now raise the family, but that's basically what he said, and someone said, well, how would a buyer weapon or a pandemic? You know, our pandemic is caused by a bioweapon to be a threat to national security. He said, well, the loss to involve the loss to a military, the loss to our economy could be equivalent to going to war. So my question is, you know, is is the mandate put forward by Biden have a military vaccinated, and so we're going to lose 376,000 in list of military men and women and in the reserves and contract. It's a losing 376,000 men and women in our military, more than we've ever lost in any battle in any war. Is that for public health safety? Or is that an act of war? And then losing 84 million jobs because of Biden's mandate through osha. To an already crippled economy is that public health safety is at an act of war and then injecting children which in LA county, you have to be a vaccinated 12 and older to go to school. So injecting children with a synthetic code to produce the Wuhan HU one bio weapon in their body that we know is going to cause heart inflammation and death and children, Pfizer also knew that on November 20th, they covered up the 12 to 15 year old studs cohort of a hundred children. They said, it's harming more children than it's saving and we don't want that information to be public. They do that on November 20th. So it was injecting our children with the code to produce a bioweapon for public safety or is that an act of war? And so I would say we're at war and this whole concept of Biden's current press secretary is saying the mandates are to improve compliance and voluntary compliance. No, they want voluntary surrender of our bodies and our children's bodies and all of our liberties. And if you take Clinton's declaration or Clinton doctrine that a bioweapon could be a threat to national security, I would even go and that would be an act of war. I'd even go a step further that if we were at war, what would be happen if we were invaded? Would we be on until the troops came in to drag us out of our homes? Would you be on house arrest? We were being house lockdown. Would we have our inalienable God given rights under the constitution and Bill of rights taken away from us? That's what's going on right now. We're at war and Alex burla, our Albert burlap, excuse me, the CEO of phi's on November 2nd said anyone that speaks out that these vaccines could be harmful, and he calls it misinformation. They're criminals because we're murdering people. I think those were his exact words. And I say that burla, the CEO of Pfizer is simply taking a page out of Joseph Goebbels playbook. You know, which is the minister of propaganda for Nazi Germany, which is accused the other side that which you are guilty of. So burla is a criminal acting on behalf of the enemy state. So Biden's in office, he did not win the election. He was put there by an enemy of America. So I think the best way to get out is to stop repeating the vernacular of the propaganda of the enemies of America. So don't say I won't comply, say I won't surrender. This is not a vaccine. This is a bioweapon. I mean, you know, darkness must flee in the light and the truth is light. So the way to get out, this is to share the truth with people. And ask them these questions. You know, if this is truly for, you know, for public health safety, you have to take a look at what the consequences are on the consequences are that if we went to war. And why am I a Carl young, you know, the behavioral scientist, brilliant mind, and, you know, he talks about this too. He goes, look, if you're questioning someone's intentions. JU eng. Carl young, yeah. Is your question if someone's intentions, right? Because if you're dealing with a sociopath and they're saying I don't want to hurt you and they continue to hurt you. So you start questioning, what are their intentions? He goes, just look at the outcomes and you can infer the motivation. So let's just take a look at the outcomes of what's been done to America, what's been done to our children, the outcomes of those who have been vaccinated, some of which have been hospitalized. This is not for public health safety. This is an attack on America..
Discussions of Truth
"kingston" Discussed on Discussions of Truth
"The in trachea for another discussion of truth, San Antonio, the clay Clark reawakening tour is by far. As it is, it certainly is, it's the leading it's the leading movement in the country right now to expose corruption. And I very grateful to be part of it, and I have with me the very darling Karen. Kingston, thank you, Karen. Karen for listeners who are not familiar with who you are and what you do. Give them a brief introduction to you with this. I'm a pharmaceutical medical device analyst, I've been in the industry for over 25 years. Start out at Pfizer and sales and date the agency side. Had my agency and clients included Pfizer James A. Medtronic family. So that's what I do. So I joke. I read so my clients don't have to, so I literally go through clinical data, patents, legal documents, legislation, and then I provide business strategies plans, messaging, I'm also scientific writer, so I've written some papers that have been published in jama. My name's not on this stuff, I'm not a doctor, so I do physician training sales training, stuff like that. What is your typical title? Analyst I'm an analyst now. Yeah, so BioTech pharmacy plan on my stand. And what are the companies you've worked for? What pharmaceutical companies? Who have been clients of mine? I've only worked for Pfizer and Allergan as an employee, but my clients have included Pfizer Medtronic, Johnson & Johnson, Allergan, their J&J company. And then a lot of startups that people would not be aware of. I've done a lot about theology, so Rand Paul's face, so the companies you probably wouldn't have heard of. So startup. So that's why I know the IP landscape as well. Because working with startups, I help rose the venture capital money. I write the presentations for that. So I show you earlier walking with Judy mikovits Judy Judy joined my show. I've been doing this for 5 years Karen and I started this because of the Zika virus. And it was Miami Beach and within the first year I was starting to get these whistleblowers in a sense like yourself. CIA, the former CIA people, the former Reagan White House advisers, and doctor Chen joined the show, talk about the vaccine mandates and threats and vaccines. This is just a few years ago and Judy was one of those early guests in the early years of the show. How is your relationship right now with the work of what Judy is doing, how does what you do intertwined with what she's doing? So I respect doctor Mike of it's greatly obviously she's I consider a hero in American hero. If you're advanced complicated, but in regards to what I do and what Judy, Judy explains the science, you know, she goes into great deal to explain the mechanism of action on how these vaccines cause autoimmune disease in your body. To put it in simple terms, the spike protein, whether you can contract it. Somehow, without an injection or if you contract it because you're injected with the bio weapon, what it does is it induces chaos within your autoimmune system and you have a signaling system of comic kinds and chemokines and those are the way you communicate. So we're not sent into chaos. Your body starts to turn on self. And Judy and I actually had dinner together a couple of weeks ago and, you know, so if you have an overreacted inflammatory response, you can think of that as like this huge fire in your body and then over reactive. Adaptive response to that would kind of be flooding, right? So the way to restore health is to restore the natural signaling system in your body. That's the way and cancer is also a result of autoimmune imbalance. It's all diseases are your immune system being out of balance or in a chaotic state as opposed to being in order. So I explain that and I also explain, you know, what's in the studies, the chimeric gain of function studies, those viruses and she talks about this. I'll just cite the study social talk about glycoprotein HIV being in the viral code or I think she might have spoken the other day on. Gila being in there, which is known as the immortal cancer gene. It's the most aggressive codon for proliferation of cancer in the body. And I'll just point out, well that's in the patent, right? Or I'll just point out that's in these studies and these studies are all rolled up into the patent. So I just add further documentation to verify what she knows to be what she's observed to be true from a scientific perspective and then a manifestation as disease and symptoms in people's bodies. Does that make sense? Yes, someone. No, that's true. But I also, I also, you know, when these doctors say, well, your scientists. Is that what you were? No, not. So when these doctors say, well, doctor nica vich isn't a real doctor. She doesn't see patients. Keep in mind those doctors got to get off their throne to say that because they would not have medicines to treat diseases if it wasn't for people like doctor Judy Mike. Doctor Judy mikovits is the one that understands how diseases cause and she's the one that comes up with therapies to treat and cure diseases. It's not the doctors that do that. The MDs. The MDs. It is not the MDs. It's the PhDs to do that. So and right now the medical world, the American society is going to have an onslaught and I'm using that word intentionally an onslaught of people with severe autoimmune disorders that are going to come and be presented as cardiovascular disease, neurological disease, liver disease, kidney disease, you know, and they aren't pulmonary disorders and they're going to treat these as if they're traditional sequelae of diseases like for cardiovascular disease when these are actually acute onset of autoimmune diseases. So they better get off their Thrones through having better off their Thrones in the northern. So come on someone comes in. A 12 year old comes in with myocarditis with heart inflammation and left ventricular hypertrophy. Don't give them an ace inhibitor. It ain't gonna do Jack. You don't know if that child has what's called an Intel Peron's disease. And they have two years of prognosis, right? Because there are systems attacking the cells of the myocardium. So that's what's going on right now. So I don't know this, but I'm saying they don't know this either, and they need to listen to scientists like doctor Michael bitch to understand how to properly understand these illnesses and diseases that are being brought onto the American people so they can treat them properly. Again, have you talked about this? Even erectile dysfunction is a micro blood clotting is, yes, it's a symptom of coronavirus. If you get infected, but you know, it is one of the top symptoms of the spike protein. You know, that micro blood clotting, what is that? That is, that is thrombosis. That is the clotting of the blood. And so that can be seen as blood clotting of the capillaries. Inflammation of the vasculature that we know is caused by.
Cork's 96fm Opinion Line
"kingston" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line
"They do the company. There's two there's two major companies barrett by tech and serum institute of india which have massive capacity and even bought into the recently into the into the european market. They've they've they've acquired vaccine manufacturing sites in europe which view to getting into the european market. So that's how advanced. I mean people think that india's is backward country in terms of the by check. It's certainly is not important. Areas of it are very advanced they have really got the way. It was all on the technology to to make vaccines very effectively. Two more brief questions for you before we let you go first of all the horror story and i guess you could watch and of documentaries and movies the horror the horror prospect of a mutation that is vaccine proof and much more dangerous. I is that still out there. It is unfortunately there's a very cold mmu variants which is now in forty four countries including ireland. Small numbers here. But in in south. America spreading rapidly in colombia's accounts for over forty percent of all the cases. This variant Is a version of further version of the brazilian and similar to the south african variants. And if people remember the main asked us when the trials were done in south africa against the south african variant which is now called. The very was Circulating that the astrazeneca faxing only ten percent efficacy against that variance and south africa stopped using the astrazeneca vaccine as a result. So that that that variant the new variant is is is it a more insidious version of the south african and brazilian variants. So it is really going to be more tricky for the vaccine sajid with ten the delta variant and now the good news is it's not as transmissible at the justin that nutley's suggests that won't push out the that the was still dominate. Okay and lastly this time this time last year mid-september last year effort were very worried about the situation that was developing with rising case. Numbers and people are you. And i when were having conversations like this. We're very worried about the winter ahead. I think we can feel a lot safer and sleep a lot. Sounder beds professor. I think so. Yeah i mean look the the vaccines have been tremendously effective. There are still some unfortunate people who have been double vaccinations who've got infected but by and large most of those will not end up in hospital. <hes> the others that are not vaccinations are taking a serious risk about not being vaccinated. Because you're putting yourself at risk of getting the infection and ending up in hospital. So that's the older court decided not to get vaccinated and the younger as well. So so my advice to everybody's go out and get vaccinations And for the younger cohorts. I mean it'll be interesting to see what the uptake would be like. Finally in the in the secondary schools. Hopefully that'll be hi. It's looking very good at the moment. And i mean we're heading for ninety percent of the entire population over twelve accidents. This is one of the best in the world so aren't really done a fantastic job book the health authorities and the public in terms of buying into the vaccine because they see the benefits of us and it is clear to everybody that the vaccine is solution along with of course the traditional methods of social justice wearing masks et cetera. But it the vaccine we would not be where we are now in terms of looking forward to sort of a normal life again on isn't thanks as always for being with us on the opinion professor of experimental immunology at tennessee college kingston. Ms thank you kingston. Always a pleasure to have you on the program. Courts ninety-six fm.
Cork's 96fm Opinion Line
"kingston" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line
"Be opinion. Line on courts ninety-six fm kingston good morning. And thanks for being with us again. Good morning pleasure. Now what is the story kingston. Because the the report in the lancet would appear to tennis that you know people who are looking to have good robust health in general and have been fully vaccinated. Don't really need a booster. Would you agree with that. I would actually. I think that that hearted was misrepresented. A lot in the media. They they if you read the article carefully. What the people. The writing in two of them were ex-. Fda officials and others were eminent scientists throughout the united states. And the you take the view that they're going to boost mo- most of the population Which is a bit at variance with the rest of the world. the uk have decided over fifties. And of course ireland has decided only overseas esiason over sixty five and long term residential. Care i think you know the somewhere in between the uk. Now and i think my personal view would be it should be. I don't think healthy under six year olds. Sixteen year olds rather right now. Need a booster You know people that have that have inadequate immune response and responded well to the vaccine are good protects against severe disease even against the might be protected against small deceased so there are some vaccine brick shoes. The latest station. We have suggested about twenty percent of all the cases we have daily are the result of vaccine brick shows but a lot of those. Don't get severe disease. So the reason we want to boost is to stop those vaccine breakthroughs and they tend to occur in people. That haven't responded to the vaccine so people respond whether the older people who are immune system is weakening a bit as you age people as you said but immunosuppressive You know associated with a disease or associated with treatment for a disease so these people definitely do need to be boosted would be really advantageous for them to get third immunization. No we read our and we heard loss. During the summer months that advisor in particular was aware of what it would need to do to the vaccine to if you like Take on delta has happened because we are we still giving what you called the original vaccine or has any of them been upgraded yet to take on delta. Very good point and the answer. Is that all the vaccines that have been administered. The same as the original vaccine the companies including madeira in us and canada and johnson. Johnson all working on modified versions of the vaccine. But these have to be tested and proved by the regulatory agency. That does take some time. They don't have to go. The same level of stringent huge face. Three tests that originally rent. Because they're just a slight variation on the original vaccine but nevertheless they have to be shown to be safe before they're going to be approved again so right now five serra madonna for example..
Storytelling with Puck
"kingston" Discussed on Storytelling with Puck
"Its wjr experience. Wildlife that class and that intensely on. It was the best thing that i never experienced. Bicycling maps out the wave. The rest of my trip to africa went on Mapped out how the rest of my life is gone Whether it was fight or whatever it was but i was actually pretty lucky that we pissed off tourists. They him chicken by because it. It had profound impact episode My story wow. This is the podcast. So people weren't have been able to see both my eyes and mouth opening whiter whiter story. But we're not gonna talk about it just yet. Mark he's about. I can't wait to dig into it. The puzzle coming already Anthropoid out she was about but before we do that. Let's have a quick talks to the podcast. You're listening to storytelling with puck. The podcast designed to shoot the par stories in life and in business stories. Connect us on a deeper level. Which is why we'll be sharing shutting. Avoid and feeling that impact they have on every one of us. Your host stephanie. He's the founder of putt creations. And we work with your business to define a clear consistent relevant brand which stands out from the crowd. We use that brand to create content. That makes your audience think feel until the action visit creations dot com to find out more before you do that. A little warning or guest for this episode has been done to get an it'll kinky. He has definitely been seeing monkeying around. And he's also known for is white mark kingston joints. Let's build backup your reputation. Something about yourself. Owners things all trae. Yes so So yes i went with animals. I'm very privileged to do that. And it's quite hard to donald sometimes so basically it by taking advantage of colbert's last time and money them building stuff for for the animals that i wanna liquids and it's not quite well. Is that how you said it to the eager to cooper say. I'm here to take it of your time and money. That's that's that's how introduce have retained evidence. We hit problem. I'm gonna use you to tell us a little bit more about. Ut builds what what what are you doing because people possibly have very varying opinions on what till team building days all how much or little form. They can be digitally odd on both so different. What are you what are you doing so basically our our aim is to improve on welfare. I'm through So whenever we get a great coming in We essentially have chat with the organizer and find out. What is she wanted. Day from team-building point of view and then we design something for the animals that meets the animals needs but it will so actually meet stays the organizers criteria. I'm the thing we like about. Our team builds. It actually works really well for us. That people hate team building because normally when people turned up to eighteen votes. They know they're doing team build. And so they've got this kind of face of. I don't want to do this. I'm going to have to do something biasing. And they know they're in animal park Jerry so they they even almost possibly molin edge because the like oh god what could they possibly be and.
The Archive Project
"kingston" Discussed on The Archive Project
"Who are the the last people that i wrote about in china man and i want to take larry heinemann. Who is coming here soon. I think to speak and He he wrote palko story. And i think he's coming out soon with another book about war. And just maybe about six veterans. Including a maybe. A family of chinese-american warriors. That i know that they served in the last three wars and the father actually was Was a tactician who had sent his own son into a battle in vietnam in which the entire platoon was killed except for his son. And this family. These just scare me. You know i was having dinner with them. And the and the sons were all going on with their battle stories and the and the mother of this family the wife of one of them said oh i knew you would all come back only the good die young and so i. These are some of the people that i want to take on this on this charge journey to meet with the With vietnamese buddhists and to meditate with them. And i want to write what happens and how what happens when these people meet then in case they do not enjoy meditating and eating vegetarian food. I want to also take them for a week in paris so i need enough money to do that. Okay take about a dozen people including their wives and girlfriends. Because i think it's important to bring the all the people that have supported these men and got them from. We're with them from the time. They were warriors to the time that they are living as peaceful productive citizens.
The Archive Project
"kingston" Discussed on The Archive Project
"The daughter of chinese immigrants was born in stockton california her debut book the woman warrior memoirs of a girlhood among the ghosts won the national book critics circle award in nineteen seventy six and gained her worldwide attention. Her follow up book chinaman. On the nineteen eighty-one national book award and king said she considers these two books to half of a hole in all she has published over a dozen books of nonfiction poetry and fiction and won many additional awards including the national humanities medal. In two thousand fourteen kingston delivered this lecture in january nineteen ninety-two just two months. After her home had completely burned down in the oakland firestorm and three months after her father had died. She had been working for months on a new novel which was entirely lost in that fire. She accounts this harrowing day and in doing so talks about the role of destruction in creativity and of rediscovering the book she would ultimately complete and.
Campfire Sht Show
"kingston" Discussed on Campfire Sht Show
"Smiles. Ask straight face bombed for fifteen years just for this moment but no but What it compares to in recent history of comedy is zoom shows. So we'll take it you know it's like awful. Yeah level. i tell people when the new show in the shoe shows. I'm doing person. I'm like you've ever been stuck at a virtual event. It's the worst like like a bar mitzvah kingston year or whatever you just wanna go home and you're already there yes. We had a virtual baby shower. Were they mailed us Balloons they got a balloon in the mail. And then you basically just blow up the balloon and then got on zoom. And you're like hold by yourself. Congratulations like yeah exactly. I've never felt like. I actually one time when i was at a virtual event like it was a birthday party and i literally said to myself. I wanna go home. I i did a like a virtual like it was like a leadership program and it was like a conference right and it was so awkward. Because you have to have your video on engaged. And i'm like gosh i don't wanna be sitting here like hungry and have to get up and i'm still here. Everybody and you're making top rom or something. I just hate people like looking at me in that way. Yeah i just want to turn the video off. I'm like i will listen to one hundred percent right nothing to do with being part of this visually. Yeah that's the thing it's a Cold medium like Not not you don't want to engage with it. Like person by person person were here. You know what. I mean like immediate. It's like we had to put up clothes on and and like you know. Brush our teeth and stuff. It's yeah we feel like we want to impress each other more. I scraped my tongue. You did wrong scraping. Isn't that weird. Yeah adds a tool that you could basically scrape your tongue. Yeah it's a medal. To what does it do it gets all the gunk off your tongue. That's where a lot of bacteria lives. I have one you get the worse owes like if you put it too far back in your mouth and unlike then you feel it all day and i can feel a medal over. So do you use it every day. I'm not. I'm not that i was going have not that disciplined about.
The World: Latest Edition
Jamaican Reggae Legend “Lee Scratch” Perry Dies at 85
"Finally today and amish to jamaican record producer musician and songwriter lee. Scratch perry who died yesterday in western jamaica. He's been described as a recording studio wizard. Someone who impacted music production from new york to tokyo perry grew up in a poor farming family and the jamaican countryside. His first job in the music industry was selling records for one of the best known record labels in jamaica studio one disagreements over writing credits and payments lead perry to start his own label even wrote a song about the tension with studio ones owner. People funny boy reached beach. You people funny boy became a top five hit in the uk. Sales allowed lee perry to build his own recording studio in his backyard. In kingston the black ark became legendary perry the mad scientist's studio his lab for sound a sound that essentially reinvented reggae. Musicians tip their hat to multi-layered dub plastics like lee perry's nineteen seventy seven disco devil as a producer. Perry could also play it. Straight as he so masterfully did during several sessions with bob marley and the wailers we leave you with their nineteen seventy song soul rebel co written by bob marley and lee scratch perry produced by mr perry who left us yesterday at the age of eighty.
The Breakfast Club
"kingston" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"Yee mean girl. We are the breakfast club. Jeff who just walked in here just walked up in here nick. Kenny man mickey's here. Yes sir nick movie that comes out today. Call shibo chairman About an hour. Nah honestly man is something. I it's a lot of things but ultimately it's about gentrification in inglewood through the eyes of women's basketball so we kinda took a lotta ideas of like women in sports The changing of our neighborhood of put it on a lot of people calling the save last basketball. Saw what i'm saying before before right before. So they said you know we we got to get it all. But it's a lot of things you know myself Sedgwick dc on fly. Chris brown birdman. And you know it. Was you know it was one of them independently. Funded things. I'm kind shot. It directed start any pay for it. Came out of pocket. Yeah yeah this is. This is one of those things you don't. I didn't utilize the system to tell the story. Because i wanted to tell the story at assist. Well listen we're going to have a a long lengthy conversation with nick okay. That will air on monday monday morning. She ball is out today right now. Go giddy go watch it if everybody that theaters. Okay in theaters and obviously now. Because everybody can't get to the theaters streaming noca- red box. Make sure you whether it's the kiosks where there's you know. Whatever on demand you watch it all make sure you pop it all right. Well nick can say. We're gonna talk some in-depth on monday when we come back. We got the positive note and make sure you check out she ball..
The Breakfast Club
"kingston" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"Club never beat us. Say bory everybody. J. envy angela. Ye shall i mean the guy. We oughta breakfast club. You got a special guests on the line. Right now kingston. Why what was going on..
The Breakfast Club
"kingston" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"Worldly corner of southeastern massachusetts bridgewater trying iheartradio and grim and mild presents. Bridgewater starring measham collins. Melissa ponchio and nathan fillion created by aaron minke and written by lordship shippen listened to bridgewater. Now on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to podcasts and learn more at grim and mild dot com slash bridgewater iheartradio presents right now from los angeles switch hours ago suffered the largest earthquake in north american history..
The Breakfast Club
"kingston" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"Think we are and where you think. You gotta meet us. Please let her meemaw give off and saw department of health the biggest he he hockey You stupid dumb can't even believe that's ru i'm convinced let's just say he was out there awesome. He'll be in jail understand. I'm a hustler. I'm on the entrepreneur. I sail things. See i mean it is You don't see needle see what he. Oh shut up. you know. He's implying and if he's a hustler out there. I mean i is smart to get the vaccine because you you serve people all day. You don't know them than people have serving covert not the lifestyle i live. Now's things daddy won't play game. Boy god them table and now they won't play. We'll play it right pat you for a while. Just ask them right. Well thank you for that donkey of the day. Nex sean kingston will be joining us showing kingston freaky friday. We're gonna kick it with sean kingston when we come back. I know it's the breakfast club. Immonen the breakfast club four decades. This area has been a hotbed for paranormal sightings. This is a strange place. This part of the country just doesn't feel strange things. We're having him back. Then and strange things are happening again. I think i found something. This other..
The Breakfast Club
"kingston" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"Memoirs katie sits down for in depth interviews with celebrities and business leaders who have shared their stories and put themselves on the page including sharon stone. Justin baldoni and former xerox. Ceo ursula burns. I think that this is the backbone of america. It is the dream of america embodied in my mother. She did it. All episodes of next question with katie couric are available. Now listen on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts reason that the solid dow agitator the breakfast got people watch the breakfast club. Look like news and really be tuned in man. I don't even know what caused breakfast club. It's like brunch. And charlemagne wake asks up get out of bed and listen to the breakfast club waking up. You're you're you're you're you're you're you're yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo. Yo please angela. It's friday piece to the planet. Good morning all that good stuff was happening is happening. I'm in atlanta. Yes i'm in. Atlanta out here for this donde listening session yesterday. Tuned into that A little bit. Last night i tell you one thing boy us old heads is having a hell of a we got. We mean every every big story and hip hop this week from the forty and uptown right. Whether it's you know the locks persons dip set a and j tickets being the mvp. That was the donde vent nozzle kings disease this week audience. Not crowd is is. We're doing this week. We i ever say they lied not this week. They lie next week. We gotta take nasdaq having now what you're talking about this we. We ain't missing munaf this week. That's part of being a note..
Ball & Buds
Wrestlemania 37 Review Special (Part 1) ft. Pro Wrestling Insider Shane Peacher (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #14)
"It felt like the old wwf. You know where they would have the pre match interviews and they just did like a thousand one before the before the show. It was great. It was awesome. I was actually happy that the rain happened. So let's start from the top. And i know you told me to talk about this and i was gonna ask you anyways. How do you. Because you are the biggest cogan hogan fan in the world titus and hulk hogan forever pirates soups. What are you kidding. Me ho me. tease john. Now i love hulk you know that man that was ridiculous and i love the whole a guest host. I guess but i mean it's just so scripted in horrible but it was so tacking it was it was eight hogan and it was hilarious and i loved it anyways just because it was hawk. I'm biased though osos soobee. you're biased. I love to do though even though it was awkward as well like they really tried to force this pairing together and it was like really didn't need to do this right and then of course you know you. They forced it because of the whole inward situation. Because if you remember when it first happened in hall they let hawk come back like titus kind of had an issue if you remember if you remember that whole scenario so i think they did. I think it was forced because that which is awkward. And i think hilarious because although titus forgave. I don't think he forgets to say i heard that. China's said technically forgiving him. But i heard that he was also still feeling that obviously so i was really awkward but it was kind of funny to me and i'm sure well speaking of they let that happen. Also because titus was in tampa so they actually tried to prop him up in his hometown but biggie. They took the championship from. Why do wwf keep letting or keep wanting to humiliate the wrestlers by having them losing their hometown. Do they think that this is good. Because it's not no. I don't know if it's hometown thing. I just think if you look back after the fat none of the world championship changed and so they had to change the littler titles. I think that's really it. You know what i mean. Because how many mania is does a world title never changed especially nixon had to one for each show. You know what i mean you have the world title and then undisputed title. Neither changed hands. And that's rare for mania. You always usually have a title change Meanwhile when i heard it will trump ender explanation is. I'm gonna beat you so it sounds like a drum is like okay. These kids don't even know what the matches but it was just a weapons manage. You know why. Why why you know what i'm saying. I mean they had like a whole bunch of guys around the ding beating drums. And you know the exact same thing you know. Maybe the an open pit you know like the african wrestling. I don't know if you've ever seen it looks like we're like scooting around in dirt. Yes can you know single knees wrestling that whack. I know the the matches it was kinda. Get his get his turn to because kofi had a big wrestlemainia match aside from the tag team for when he went for the title. This is big east big match. But of course he's got to lose because he's in results were rating so far right now the only result i think that was correct was owens. This was correct if it wasn't in his hometown but
Morning Becomes Eclectic
Reggae Icon Bunny Wailer, Founding Member of the Wailers, Has Died at 73
"A reggae music giant has passed away. Today in Kingston, Jamaica, and he was a member of the original Wailers trio, along with Bob Marley and Peter Tosh and reflecting on his career a few years back, Bunny said. The Wailers are responsible for the Wailers sound, Bob Peter and myself. We are totally responsible for the Wailers sound and what the Wailers brought to the world and left as a legacy and although he left the group Relatively early on his things took a different direction. He went on to do his own prolific work, and he even won the Grammy for best reggae album three times in the nineties. But let's take it back to the roots and listen to the early vocals of
True Crime Investigators UK
"The dates was friday march. Twenty fifth nineteen seventy seven. The location was lens. Brace sports and social club house. Teddington greater london uk. The police briefing was being held in a small room in the pavilion. The was tense with excitement. The officers present had been working toward this moment for almost two years and it was time to raid the suspected lsd laboratory at twenty. Three more road hampton wick kingston-upon-thames a short drive away from the briefing location. The rate had been brought forward because it was known. The suspects at seymour road with flying out of heathrow the next day detective inspector dick lee led the briefing and all present hung on his every word. Small writing group consisted of several operation. Julie detectives including stephen bentley and eric wright who had been undercover in rural wales on the wider inquiry. Also present were a small group of scenes of crime officers who were going to search the house in gather evidence. The officers left the briefing and took up position. The raiding party had split up some went to the front door while others went to the rear of the house. That was inductions. It was eight. Oh five pm exactly and detective constables. Bentley and right in the groove that clambered over offense at the back of the lodge detached house as the to approach the french windows stevenson to greenwich his mate and colleague. Eric who was alongside him. There was a cry of geronimo. In eric's unmistakable gloucestershire ebba. Then one of the offices sworn garage bar breaking the glass windows. That was shouts. It police stay still. Don't move but officers could hit people running scurrying around like giant mice. It was mayhem for one. It was a little scary. what would they find. Would there be resistance. Oh violence what would happen next for detective constable stephen bentley. It was a life changing experience and it all started with a phone call. He received from detective inspector. Dick lee the operational commander of the newly formed. Secret of julie squad back in april one thousand nine hundred seventy six. The following podcast is brought to you by true crime investigators. uk but who are they. Joan was a police officer for thirty years working locally and nationally as detective. Sally was also a police officer. For twelve years and then retrained as a lawyer and practiced in criminal law now both retired and review cases of interest. Some sold some undetected throughout this series. They'll discuss the cases. They're reviewing and interview relevant parties including police officers suspects witnesses and experts. The next case for review is counted drug investigation operation. Julie which took place in the mid seventies and an interview with one of the undercover agents involved in investigation steven bentley. Just like say welcome to everybody and all of our listeners. Whether you'll new to his own not and we just wanna say that. We're really pleased with the progress of the series. We've been so well received without a lot of interest and with hudson good reviews as well. So what do you think of the response john. Well we're absolutely astounded as the worldwide coverage that we received and the fact that we now talk into all the podcasters in the crime community. Australia america all parts of the world in fact. And we're just can't believe how we've taken off and mainly because of the lockdown of course technologies sort of come to the fore everybody's now on skype and other types of media which is fantastic. Doesn't it it has. Yeah i'm we've been am dragged into the twenty first century whether we like it or not so with within our podcast series. We want to cover all kinds of serious crime. Not not just the murders but in particular. We've got an interest in undercover police. In way we're interested in the work that undercover officers do when the pressure that that brings and then potentially the danger that that brings with that kind of work and with that in mind. We decided to bring operation. Julie to the podcast. Both of us had read a book called undercover operation jubilee. The inside story and that was really fascinating book written by one officer who was involved in operation julie and his name's steven bentley. So we sort of conducted some research around. That didn't wait. What we found was that there was a detective inspector. Dick lee in thames valley drug squad and he was putting together his sort of annual report. That a ba- late nineteen seventy four and he realized that there was some kind of anomaly in the his undercover officers. Were very active in the pop festival scene and regularly they were being offered amounts of ls stay and considerable amounts of lsd.
TED Talks Daily
The US needs a radical revolution of values
"Five years my father was assassinated and he did change the world but the tragedy is that we didn't hear what he was saying to us as a prophet to his this nation in his words river. Reverberating back to us change. We all know is necessary right now. It's not easy. But i wanna talk about america's choice and a greater level. The prophet said to us. We still have a choice today. Nonviolent coexistence or violent coalition literally in the streets of our nation people who have been following the path non violent protests and people who have been hailed bent on destruction. Those choices are now at us and we have to make a choice. History of this nation was founded in violets. My father said america is the greatest purveyor of violence and the only way forward is if we repent for being a nation built on violence. And i'm not just talking about physical violence. I'm talking about systemic violence. I'm talking about policy. Violence i'm talking about what he spoke of the triple eagles of poverty. Racism and militarism all violent albert einstein. Stein said something to us. You said we cannot solve problems on the same level of thinking in which they were created and so if we are going to move forward we are going to have to deconstruct these systems of violence that we have seven america. And we're going to have to reconstruct on a not a foundation that foundation happens to be love and nonviolence and saw as we move forward weaken correct course if we make better choice that daddy said nonviolent coexistence and that continue on the pathway of violent cornell elation does that look like that that looks like some deconstruction work in order to get to the construction. We have to deconstruct are thinking. We've got to deconstruct the way in which we see people and deconstruct the way in which we operate practice and engage in policy and so i believe that there's a lot of heart a t. a. r. to work to do in the midst of all the h. a. r. d. hard work to do because heart work is hard work. One of the things we have to do is we have to ensure that everyone especially my white brothers and sisters after engaged in bihar work. The anti racism work in our hearts zapped from this especially in my white community. We must do that work in our hearts the anti racism work. The second thing is that. I encourage people to look at but mom violence training that we the kings of the kingston about or so that we learned the foundation of understanding our interrelatedness and interconnectedness. That we understand our loyalties and commitments and our policy-making can no longer be devoted to one group of people but has to be devoted to the the greater good of all people we all have to change and have to make a choice. It is a choice to change the direction that we have been going. We need a revolution of values in this country. That's what my daddy said you changed the world change hearts and now what has happened over the last seven eight years history. We have to change course and we all have to participate in changing america with a true revolution values where people are at the center and not profit. When morality is at the center and that our military might america does have a choice. We can even choose to go down. Continually that path of destruction or we can choose nonviolent coexistence and as my mother said struggle is a never ending process. Freedom is never really one in every generation
The Digital Story
"kingston" Discussed on The Digital Story
"My annual pilgrimage. To las vegas for the show was shortened somewhat to stroll across the room where i watched product unveilings on my computer. Alas fortunately some of the vendors had the foresight to send a samples ahead of the show in my hands down favorite. So far is the kingston workflow station. They just announced. I'm now going to introduce it to you as well. I hope you enjoy the show. So this is a nifty device. I'm holding in my hand right now. It's not very big at all. In fact if you have an iphone pro max it's <hes>. A little bit shorter than that and length <hes>. Obviously it's a little bit wider because it holds four modules and these modules <hes>. The the three that. I have right now in here. One comes with the station itself which is <hes>. Two types of usb usb c and then the traditional usb connector and then i have a card reader for st cards. But it has two slots in it. And i have a card reader for micro esti cards and it has two slots in it. So here's the way. The thing works. And i have pictures of it in the show notes so you can go there and see it but this little guy has a power adapter. This workflow station has a power adapter and <hes>. You plug it in and you set it up and then has a usb c connection on the back and it has a cord any connected to your computer. And if you don't have a usb c port on your computer then you can use a converter for the traditional usb connection so then you plug it in and you've got these four open slots on top and you just plug in the modules that you wanna use and so right now i'm going to plug in my usb module. I mean super use. Soy put flash drives and all that good stuff in the usb module and then <hes> the sd card reader. That's going to go on front. 'cause i use those babies a lot in then microsd card reader and i still have another slot open so i could get another module depending on <hes>. What i use most or depending on what comes from kingston in the future and fill up that fourth slot. If i want so right now. I've got three of these little workflow readers here now. The cool thing about them is that they plug into the station via a usb c port in the back so it's really nice they just doc really's just drop them in there but if you're headed out the door and you wanna bring a card reader with you then you just grab the little module <hes>. They come with a nice little. Cords all the courts and everything you need. Come with this both with the modules and with the dock itself does grab the cord. You probably already have one in my case. It would be usb c to usb c court grab it and then you've got a module that you can use a card reader a very fast card reader that you can use when you're on the go and you come back. You pulled out of your backpack and you put it in the dock. And how nifty is this. I mean first of all. It's just fun kind of fun. But it's also super practical. Now let me read you a little bit about what kingston says about it. The workflow station in readers give users the freedom to create and customize a file offload setup that fits their needs allowing them to transfer video photos and audio from multiple sources at once. And this is one of the major keys. It's not just like let's say you come back from you. Know a shoot where you have four cards way. You don't have to do one card and then waiting another car and wait and you just plug them all in and it sorts it up. You can do multiple downloads. What's very important. Whether on a four k slash ak multi cam shoot with portable audio recorders or filming. Be roll with drones and go pros with the customizable workflows station. Doc you can. Simultaneously connect the usb mini hub sd or micro sd readers that the shoot requires to transfer footage quickly. Workflow readers can also be used standalone by connecting to a laptop via the included usb c cable giving users the flexibility to have their workflow on the go right. So you can use it either way to keep the dock at your computer at home or in your studio. Grab the little card readers as you need and you know the nice thing about having them in the dock here is you. Don't lose them right so when you come back you put him in the dock and they're always like right there on your desk ready to go. You haven't misplaced me. You haven't forgotten where they are.
The Digital Story
Kingston's Workflow Station, a Dream for Photographers
"My annual pilgrimage. To las vegas for the show was shortened somewhat to stroll across the room where i watched product unveilings on my computer. Alas fortunately some of the vendors had the foresight to send a samples ahead of the show in my hands down favorite. So far is the kingston workflow station. They just announced. I'm now going to introduce it to you as well. I hope you enjoy the show. So this is a nifty device. I'm holding in my hand right now. It's not very big at all. In fact if you have an iphone pro max it's A little bit shorter than that and length Obviously it's a little bit wider because it holds four modules and these modules The the three that. I have right now in here. One comes with the station itself which is Two types of usb usb c and then the traditional usb connector and then i have a card reader for st cards. But it has two slots in it. And i have a card reader for micro esti cards and it has two slots in it. So here's the way. The thing works. And i have pictures of it in the show notes so you can go there and see it but this little guy has a power adapter. This workflow station has a power adapter and You plug it in and you set it up and then has a usb c connection on the back and it has a cord any connected to your computer. And if you don't have a usb c port on your computer then you can use a converter for the traditional usb connection so then you plug it in and you've got these four open slots on top and you just plug in the modules that you wanna use and so right now i'm going to plug in my usb module. I mean super use. Soy put flash drives and all that good stuff in the usb module and then the sd card reader. That's going to go on front. 'cause i use those babies a lot in then microsd card reader and i still have another slot open so i could get another module depending on What i use most or depending on what comes from kingston in the future and fill up that fourth slot. If i want so right now. I've got three of these little workflow readers here now. The cool thing about them is that they plug into the station via a usb c port in the back so it's really nice they just doc really's just drop them in there but if you're headed out the door and you wanna bring a card reader with you then you just grab the little module They come with a nice little. Cords all the courts and everything you need. Come with this both with the modules and with the dock itself does grab the cord. You probably already have one in my case. It would be usb c to usb c court grab it and then you've got a module that you can use a card reader a very fast card reader that you can use when you're on the go and you come back. You pulled out of your backpack and you put it in the dock. And how nifty is this. I mean first of all. It's just fun kind of fun. But it's also super practical. Now let me read you a little bit about what kingston says about it. The workflow station in readers give users the freedom to create and customize a file offload setup that fits their needs allowing them to transfer video photos and audio from multiple sources at once. And this is one of the major keys. It's not just like let's say you come back from you. Know a shoot where you have four cards way. You don't have to do one card and then waiting another car and wait and you just plug them all in and it sorts it up. You can do multiple downloads. What's very important. Whether on a four k slash ak multi cam shoot with portable audio recorders or filming. Be roll with drones and go pros with the customizable workflows station. Doc you can. Simultaneously connect the usb mini hub sd or micro sd readers that the shoot requires to transfer footage quickly. Workflow readers can also be used standalone by connecting to a laptop via the included usb c cable giving users the flexibility to have their workflow on the go right. So you can use it either way to keep the dock at your computer at home or in your studio. Grab the little card readers as you need and you know the nice thing about having them in the dock here is you. Don't lose them right so when you come back you put him in the dock and they're always like right there on your desk ready to go. You haven't misplaced me. You haven't forgotten where they are.
Canada surpasses 15000 deaths related to COVID-19 with 37 new deaths in Quebec
"Has now surpassed 15,000 covert 19 related deaths. The latest numbers were announced as vaccines began to slowly roll out and some provinces imposed tighter health measures. Dan Carp in check reports. The grim milestone was reached after Quebec reported 37 deaths on Monday, pushing the national total past 15,000. Alberta. Officials also say more than 100 people have died in their province over the holidays. Health experts say the death toll is a reminder of just how serious the corona viruses Dr Gerald Evans and infectious disease expert at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, says Canada is seeing the large numbers of deaths from the virus that are being seen around the world. And Evans says the statistics should be a wake up call to anyone who believes the dangers of covert 19 are overhyped. Several provinces, including Quebec and Ontario, the country's two most populous have imposed tougher restrictions and lockdowns over the holiday period.
Toronto Real Estate Unfiltered
The Upside of the condo downshifting
"I want you to do something a little different today. I want you to think of your real estate journey like a game of monopoly. I literally want you to go to your monopoly game or any game. That's gotta dice in it and grab the dice just one. You only need one obviously with every dice. They're six sides to that dice. So what i'm telling people to do in some of them are some of them. Think that have already had some breakfast. Beer which i did not have today That's only for special occasions and closing days Breakfast wine or breakfast champagne. Only certain days not everyday otherwise. It's just not special. So what i want you to do is grab a dice of any kind. Roll it against the wall or on the floor and see what number you get. What happens then is if it says four. Then we're going to start looking at places that are within four hours of toronto or wherever you are right now. I'm talking to a lot of people in toronto and gpa. And then we're able to do something called the drive til you qualify program which is going to be a game changer. For a lot of you. Those of you. That i'm speaking to right now especially this week. I've been talking to a lot of people with condos in the downtown core and some of them are experienced a bit of a down shoplift so there actually is some condos that are not doing as well as others. Now what you have to do what you have to look at is not the disadvantage of the downshift. You have to look at the advantage. I actually want you to think of it as the upside of downshift. And that's why i called at that. This is the upside of down shift in the condo market rule number. One as i've said before. Is you make money when you buy. So what you need the focus on and and it doesn't mean you're going to buy i. You're going to make sure that you sell. I can get what you need out of your property. Hopefully that will let you know what you can do next. But if you're looking at a property where if you're looking at the potential where you can sell your condo for five six seven hundred and you're able to buy a house for about that much that could easily improve your quality of life Reduce your condo fees Give you more room to roam give you some greenspace build up and build a workout studio or a garage With your dream. Jim all that kind of stuff that i'm helping people do right now. I want to do that for you over the years. That's been the side benefit for me is actually and this is something i really do. This is not an exaggeration. I used to work in the fitness industry for a decade. So i took apart treadmills. I put together workout machines. So i've actually designed people home gyms and i still do that. It's a really fun thing. I like to do And customize it to each person's knees not everybody wants to body build so for some people it might just be peleton bikes for some people may just be a regular bike set-up workout bench could be as simple as that some people in each in a bar. Some people don't Totally off to the side. But that's just part of this sort of the dice. Approach that i have so. If you're in a position where you can make a move meaning that you can just work from anywhere and you've kind of now. It's kind of been established where you'll be able to do their Or possibly you could just work from go into another office Like your company has an office. You know a couple of hours away That might be a really great idea in the six and the number six. Obviously what that does is that takes you right to off. And i've had a bunch a record number in my in my case. I'm record number of people moving to ottawa with me this year. I i've got some amazing people out there. That are ready to help you. But i'm i'm eating moving people further out so obviously i will say between one to six and obviously it's up to you where you end up moving but the further out you go within about two or three hours if you if you start looking at those prices compared to what you're going to be You know paying for something in the city you'll be blown away. You'll see these incredible houses in places like coburg for four hundred thousand dollars and again you'll be blown away by what you can get and this is all Again one shopping with me. That's the best part. I'll connect you to the right people that are out there. Do not make the mistake of connecting with someone out there before you've screened. This has been a nightmare for me over. The years is trying to undo that bullshit. Don't be that person. Don't connect with anybody outside the city until you know who you're dealing with and you've actually have some Some some way of knowing their patterns. Okay because words don't mean anything you go on a screen you type in someone's Where they were blah blah blah kingston ottawa. Whatever words don't mean anything actions even if they said oh yes i. I sell twenty places A day you'll see those ads also don't believe that it's patterns. It's the way people respond when they're put to the test especially this year. So you want someone on the other end who's account and that is a huge thing and when they're working under me meaning i actually refer them to you and i do get paid for this but you don't pay me. This is this comes from them. So they're actually accountable to both you and make and if they don't make me happy as well as you they don't get another referral alcott that referral lineup. And i have many times with in a heartbeat
The Digital Story
The Anti-Black-Friday Gift Guide for Photographers
"Over the next several days. You're going to hear the bef term many many times even after the actual day has passed. The truth of the matter is that you'll be able to get decent deals on just about anything you set your sights on. So let's focus on quality gear with lots of appeal. I hope you enjoy these gift ideas. So i've been working on this list for a while and this is stuff that i just lifted from catalog pages or other articles or things like this. I have worked with this gear with the exception of just one item. And i want to get that one item but everything else has been thoroughly tested in highly recommended and this is fun stuff. I have things that start at ten dollars here and go all the way up to three hundred and fifty dollars. I'm going to start out with the think. Tank photo lens case duel and both the fifteen and the thirty green yes. The green models are the ones that are on sale. You can get the fifteen for nineteen dollars a dollar savings and the thirty for twenty hours. That's also an eight dollar savings. I like the thirty because it holds some of my olympics lenses such as seventeen millimeter f one two and those quite. But i love these guys i really do. And it's funny. When i was looking at the ratings on them i think they were around three point. Five out of five something like that and i thought wow. That's kinda low for these things. So i i'm not sure what other people like or don't like about them. Here's what i like about these first of all. They're not oversize like some of the lens cases that i have there too big. They add to much dimension to my camera bag or backpack wherever they have the end. These don't do that. They protect the lenses but there are a nice size and they work really well. Now the idea is that you can open these things from the top and they open up like a know like a can or you can have the zipper down the side and open them up. That way i tend to work with them from the top. Only you know they're. They're really nice like that. They're made out of water resistant. Nylon so they keep moisture away they have these little stretchy front pockets. That are really cute and they can hold lens caps or memory cards. They work i. I have four of them and i wish i had more. This is the best price that i've seen on them. Now they have green and black. The black ones you have to pay full price for i like the greens. Because they're easy to find in my camera bag or my backpack. So that's the think tank photo lens dul either the fifteen or the thirty now as you may imagine. I have the links to all of these things. I'm gonna talk about here in the show notes so just come to the show. Stop shopping for all these goodies. You don't have to search for them. Find the deal all that kind of stuff at the digital story dot com okay. Let's go to the second one now. I reviewed this recently. So you may be familiar with it. The kingston data traveler dual for nine ninety. Nine nine dollars in ninety nine cents. I have it right here. In fact i use this thing all the time. I love it. It's a sixty four gigabytes. it's fast. It's a nice fast flash drive. It's very compact in the thing about it. As it has usb c on one end and usb a on the other end so no matter which device you happen to be using you just plug it in and it works and so you this carry one flash drive around you. Don't have to worry about adapters. Have to worry about docks. You don't have to worry about any of that stuff. It's ten dollars. Sixty four gigs of fast memory in just works great and even has these little sliding these little sliding covers so you can only expose the usb and or only expose the usb a and so up. Here where i record I have usb a. And then i take the podcast. And i put it on my macbook pro mine newer laptop. And that's what i use at home to edit it in. That has usb c does put that show right here put it in my pocket taken home. One flash drive for all my ten bucks. This is a great stocking. Stuffer for photographers. And really anyone else. Who does computing. Type things that kingston data traveler dual sixty four gigabyte. The link is in the show notes or this next item number. Three is the one item. I have not tested but i want right. The forty nine dollars item and it is the p. l. one ninety are photography. Led light can
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European cities impose new lockdowns to tamp down COVID-19
"Some European. Countries implementing major new restrictions after a dozen countries set new records for daily infections. Second wave of the virus is threatening to overwhelm medical systems. The country of France does stand out on a growing list of. Countries that scene new infections spikes more than thirty two, thousand new coronavirus cases yesterday alone a curfew did go into place this weekend affecting twenty million people in Paris, and other cities British. Prime. minister. Boris. Johnson is implementing local lockdowns in a number of areas. There's a new three tier system that classifies areas based on their levels of infection. Finally to Switzerland where restrictions went into place today on gatherings masks now be worn in. All public places and also people are not allowed to gather in groups of fifteen or more. Fox's TRAE. Kingston Jerusalem
The Economist: The Intelligence
Buy the way? Kyrgyzstans post-election chaos
"President whose whereabouts are unknown parliamentary offices overrun by protesters. Multiple opposition candidates vying to take the title of Prime Minister. After a national election confusion and chaos have. The former Soviet state of Kirghistan talked between Kazakhstan and China. Central Asia is a region ruled by strong men who typically get close to one hundred percent of the vote. So three years ago when in by Jane Bekov was elected Kurdistan's president uneventfully with fifty five percent was hailed as the region's first peaceful and democratic transfer of power look. Zone the but even then there were murmurs of electoral misconduct. This time the murmurs or a roar. Absence uncontested leadership has turned a country where both China and Russia have interests into a tinderbox. On Sunday K. Gestalt went to the polls to elect a new parliament and it was this event that ended up propelling, Stan about of political chaos because all of the opposition parties and also many of the people of kick stance they didn't accept the result join a Lewis Right about Central Asia for the economist and is based in Kazakhstan they started to come. In on Monday when a preliminary count showed that pro-presidential parties would be dominating parliamment and the opposition would have few seats. Book would be almost entirely shutout people took to the streets. Immediately thousands of people went to the main square in the capital Bishkek Sasi demonstrating against those results and when the police found to disperse, them will pitched battles between riot, police and protest. Of them, the protesters stormed the building housing, the president's office and Parliament and they were shouting that he should go and what is it that happened in the election that lead to such a reaction Without, that what? Protesters were absolutely furious about the I was that they believed that the results were skewed in favor of parties broadly loyal to the president. The second question that was really exercising these enraged protesters was how that was achieved and the allegation is that there was absolutely rampant vote buying I really have to say it was an open secret. In fact, it wasn't a secret that parties were going around paying people money to vote in their favour. We even know the going rate it was two thousand. Psalm, which is about twenty five dollars. Now, this is all alleged central investigation, but the evidence was was fairly credible that was circulating on social media. So when the results came in, that's why they took to the streets. What's the situation on the ground now who control? Well, events have moved in a very fluid manner fast moving because cake is Stan remains very much embroiled in this political turmoil, and really what we've seen forming is a power vacuum. The whereabouts of the president are actually unknown. By bekov says he's in control of the situation through spokespeople, but meanwhile, some political factions are at odds with other political factions. So all of those opposition forces and they're very disparate include nationalist liberal form as all kinds of different forces they are failing to find common cause. I mean we've seen mops from some actions basically aging in fisticuffs with other factions. The threat of violence has been hanging in the air in Kansas Stan and so what next how? How to unravel this? If protests have succeeded in having one of the main demands met the day after they stormed the presidential offices in parliament, the electoral commission announced that it would annul the results of those elections and they promised that there would be a rerun of the election. But of course, what's not clear with how can an election be now held in the current circumstances are power vacuum sporadic violence people out on the street so it's really unclear. If that's enough to satisfy the protesters and it's not only about the protesters. At this point, it's very much about the political factions, the clans, the people who are now jostling for power the prime minister who but bag Baranov resigned, and we have two rivals already claiming to be the prime minister. One of them is a rabble rousing nationalist former MP called Saudi Jackpot of who was actually sprung from jail during the unrest by his supporters and he had. Been in jail for kidnapping a local official during a previous bout of political unrest Mr Japan supporters have been aggressively sometimes violently trying to prevent rival factions from meeting besieging buildings in which they're meeting, throwing stones and scuffling with rivals. Basically, what happens next is a big question. It's a very unpredictable, very chaotic and potentially dangerous situation and given all that chaos and the potential for danger here. Do you do you think this has an international dimension to it? Outside powers are expressing deep concern over the situation in Kingston. On the one hand, we have China with which is Stan shares border and China has expressed concern and is clearly alarmed at reports that protesters are targeting Chinese own business interests in the country. Specifically, all my said operated by Chinese companies, and then on the other side, we have Russia, which is obviously stands former colonial power. Russia has a military base in Stan and it really doesn't like to see popular uprisings in what it considers to be its own. Geopolitical backyard, and this is of particular concern at this point in time because Russia has been looking on with great alarm at protests in Belarus on the other side of the former Soviet Union where protesters have a weeks now been coming out against the results of presidential elections indeed this week the Kremlin has started to make no secret of is concerned about events in is Stan and as basically saying that it's descending into chaos and that Moscow has obligations under a security treaty to prevent the situation from breaking down. From breaking down further I mean how how bad could this if this carries on? The confusion that Stan covertly faces may in the end how President Jiang Becker to hang onto power although it's very, very clear that at this point, he is not going to get the pliant parliament that he was hoping to get out of this election. He has three years left in office. Presidents can only serve a single term that's under a system introduced to prevent power grabs books. It's important to remember that is people have thrown two presidents in the past. So a suggestion Bekker's position is very shaky and what is really clear is the longer the power vacuum that we're currently seeing a stand remains unresolved the more likely it becomes that violence will be used to resolve it. Thanks very much for joining US join us. Thank you very much.
WBZ Afternoon News
Boston - 19 Communities Added To List Of High Risk For Coronavirus In Massachusetts
"DPH says they're confirming 509 new cases and 19 more fatalities. They also put out their weekly report tonight. Every Wednesday night. We get this, saying 19 cities and towns have now been added to the list of high risk communities the red zone areas. Only two towns on last week's list were taken off that list. So Holliston and Lynnfield no longer deemed to be high risk. The new communities going on to the Red Zone list include Woburn, Webster, Waltham, Sunderland, Southbridge. Cushion It. Amherst, Brockton, Chelmsford, Dartmouth, Dudley, Holyoke, Southborough, Randolph Hudson, Kingston, Lester. Maldon and Plymouth. So yeah, again about 20 of those communities going on to the States. High risk community list for covert 19 7 48
Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
What's the deal in Kyrgyzstan?
"The being few short remains for foreign observers of a given event to be clown themselves than by drawing convenient comparisons we should probably banish any suggestion that what is happening in Kingston has anything much in common with what has been happening in Belarus. There are granted superficial similarities, lodge crowds of citizens who aren't buying the result of a recent election and amount of violence between protesters and police but recent events in Belarus are actually pretty straightforward overstaying tyrant Riggs won election to many demonstrations and the present standoff ensue. Kingston. Is some several layers more complicated and seems poised for a more decisive and dramatic? K. Gaston voted in parliamentary election on Sunday. This was not necessarily predestined to be a Hollow Mockery K. Gaston previous parliamentary election in two thousand fifteen pretty decent reviews from international observers on Freeness and fairness fronts certainly by the generally would be gone standards of Central Asia. This is was different not least because this really doesn't happen. Often the governing party didn't turn up Kingston Social Democratic. Party was stunned by loyalties divided between Kingston's current President Surin by Jeenbekov and he's predecessor Almaz atom by of the two former have fallen out badly in recent years to the extent that last August automobile was arrested and this past June sentenced to eleven years in the clink on corruption charges. As of Monday morning Adam Beyer was a man thanks to the crowds which stormed the National Security Committee building in Bishkek with the former president was being held former Prime Minister John Toro Sati Baldev also on the hook on corruption charges will sprung in similar circumstances. According to official results only four parties of the sixteen contested Sunday's election past the threshold of seven percent necessary to take seats in Kigali stands parliament the Supreme Council three of these parties protesters could not help but notice enjoyed the favour of president. Jeenbekov, who was widely believed to have had his thumb on the scales protests on Monday morning started small and peaceful grew larger and Rowdier, and by Monday evening had taken the parliament building set bits of it on fire and set about redecorating the surrounding streets with ransacked documents. Giga Stan does have an amount of foam for this sort of thing in two thousand and five mass protests which eventually became known as the Tulip Revolution. Forced President Askar Akayev from office. He is now a mathematics professor at Moscow State University in two thousand and ten his successor. Kurmanbek Bakiyev also skipped the country with an angry mob at his heels he was lost heard of. In Minsk begin with breaking news in Kirghistan, the prime minister has resigned. Vert list of is leaders overthrown by popular acclaim. Now appears to have been joined by Prime Minister Cutback Borakove who resigned after the positive results of Sunday's election were annulled by electoral authorities nominated. Piece, in the country and stability in society is more important than any politicians mandates. Suggests that the central. Election Committee thoroughly investigate any violations during the election process. That's a no the result if necessary. I asked political leaders to calm the voters and ask them to take part in gathering. As, this explainer went to wear President Jeenbekov precise whereabouts on certain was also making these sort of statements of willingness to pass power along to responsible new leaders. That one issues is one shovels, the contents of the state treasury into one's Portman toes and frantically oldest one's pilot to fire up the engines and seek clearance for landing in some capital. Four, it's interesting extradition treaties. Possibly significantly President Jeenbekov found the time earlier today to convey birthday greetings to President Vladimir. Putin of Russia volunteering ernest appreciation of Putin's it says here, great contribution and constant attention to the consistent expansion and development of cages Russian multifaceted ties. Custodians Parliament has installed a new prime minister Saadia drop her off another politician who was in prison time last week, it very much remains to be seen how long he'll lost with the parliament buildings still occupied by protesters. Mr Japan was appointed at an emergency meeting in Bishkek hotel, which he had to leave virus service entrance. Once his presence became public knowledge the crowd still filling the streets and squares of Bishkek seen Kina until I talked to Gassiev, a businessman who trades in your shaped greenhouses and is also a representative of a younger generation of caregivers politicians. He is claiming the mantle of the head of government. As to what happens next, it may become important that to external players in particular will be hoping that what happens next? Little as possible Russia maintains a military airbase account in Gaston north China which borders Kingston to the south is a major trading partner. As, both will understand however, an as another cohort of caregivers politicians are presently learning the hard
Books and Boba
Minor Feelings by Cathy Park Hong Review
"Poet and Sas Cathy Park Hong Blends Memoir cultural criticism and history to expose the truth of racial consciousness in America. Binding these essays together is Hong Theory of minor feelings as daughter of Korean. Immigrants Cathy Park. Hong grew up steeped in shame suspicion and melancholy. She would later understand that these minor feelings occur when American optimism contradicts your own reality. When you believe the lies, you told about your own racial identity, Hong uses her own story as a portal into deeper examination of racial consciousness in America today. This book traces her relationship to the English language to shame and depression to poetry art making and to family and female friendships in a search to both uncover and speak the truth. So this is our second more of slash essay collection that we've read this year. If we include maxine Hong Kingston's will warm air and it's similar a lot of ways but also different right because this one instead of using folktales as the medium it uses more it's more of like a straight up memoir right? I don't know if it's a straight up memoir I I think it's accurate to say it's an essay collection of because a lot of her essays aren't. Obviously, she does bring up her own personal experiences. To help supplement her series on Racial consciousness in the Asian American community but a lot of it is pretty scholarly she. CITES. A lot of other essays and other artists and a lot of history is in this book as well. Yes. So I don't know like when I when I found this book, it was in the biography section of the book store and I was like like I thought this was going to be in the essay like the sanction but okay. So it's definitely a book that blends a lot of different John Russia's. Your I mean when this book came out, everyone was talking about how like how they are in their fields and really related to it. A lot of people in our good reeds were pretty excited that we were picking the book up for for this episode a lot of people had already read it. People Honor instagram saying that this is the best book of Twenty Twenty and I was like, okay well. Clearly, our club members are you know they? They love it. So hopefully, I will disappoint them by thinking that this is a bad book and. Nearly like it wasn't is not a bad book I think for me. Ask someone who has taken as American. Studies American literature. Has Been steeped in the community and the discussion of representation for the last like dozen or so while it was well written I think a lot of the part people really resonated were parts were Kathy does go into more like scoured discussions of representation of history of like things that you don't WanNa learn in the mainstream history that. I kind of already knew so I think the part that really drew me or were more interesting to me. Worthy parts that were more personal with those personal stories by personal. Do you mean the latter half of the book where she talks About College and Art? Making. Yeah. Those. Tests will her family or just personal experiences because it's interesting because as someone who has worked with Asian American communities across the nation not only in La. In places like Texas like the New York, there's this collective unconscious. That's local to every asian-american community. That's at a different level of development. Right like I. Think for a lot of people have their asian-american awakening in college when they finally at a place where they can find themselves to run it by people that look like them or find other people with their experiences I think for myself the happen a little bit earlier because. I grew up in the senior valley growing up my high school was always at least forty to sixty percent eastern. So being as wasn't something that put us apart I think for myself it was more. Okay. Like I have no problem being Asian in America. But my problem is how Asian should I be right? Yeah. Yeah I got it. You know you know those minor feelings still occur.
WBZ Morning News
Boston - Man Wounded In Police Officer-Involved Shooting At Kingston Collection
"An investigation now under way after a 25 year old man is hurt. When police opened fire during an incident in the parking lot of the Kingston Mall early this morning, the Plymouth County DA's office says police were responding to a call from a security guard that a man was acting erratically in that parking lot at the Kingston connection. After the collection. Rather, that is after the suspect allegedly threatened police officers He was shot was taken to Boston Medical Center with injuries said to be non life