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"kosova" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas
"Giving you victories and in defeat he's giving you every out of himself where you never really thought he lost in some cases because he gave so much of himself. He deserves a parade. He deserves to be applauded for being one of the true great warriors from anywhere, but deathly to represent the United Kingdom. He. He's at the end of the road where somebody is going to look out for a warrior like this and say, okay, it's time to walk off to the sunset with your head held high. With a plus. And with thank yous, thank you. For what you've given us, all those throes. And all those moments, and I'll tell you one other thing I talk about all the time. Those license of how to behave like a man. Those lessons of never to give up. Those lessons of how. No matter how dismal it looks, no matter how terrible it looks. No matter how hopeless it looks to always try to find a way to never give up. To never give in, to never make excuses. That's you. You've taught us that. And if you didn't teach us that, for the ones that were getting a little tired and you know, a little winded, you reminded us. That is always our choice. No matter how difficult things are. It's always hard choice. Of how we're behave. What would do when the moment comes? And you always made the right choice. You always made the right choice, mister kosova, mister Chou Sara, you always made the right choice always. You always behaved the way we wish and hope that you would behave. And maybe the way we wish we could behave. We were no situations. Poor you are tremendous. And then you go into the locker room just like you did after the usual fight. And just which was very, very competitive too. And just like you then you tested using. And you might have been the reason why you should be charged for the heavyweight title. You got it ready. You got them ready for what he needed to be ready for. And you went into his locker room at the fight and you went in to park his lack of room with food. You just had a war with him and you brought food and you went in there and you ate like two Cheddar men. Like two warriors that respect each other that appreciate what they just went through. Would they just shed in that ring? What they just risks. In that ring. You are tough man. And you are classy, man. And you're a good man. And I just, I wish you nothing but luck. And whatever you do, I hope that you do it time because I think with all that punishment, all those positive you've taken, I always say you don't judge a fight chronologically that he's 37. You judge him by how long he's been fighting how many punches he's been taken for that length of time. And because of that, you have to give you what you've given us. The appreciation to respect the consideration, the care. To think about what's best for you. You've given us you've given us care about how your foot, how you behaved, you know, all of that. You've given us everything. We need to the people around you, the commissions, who make a decision when you can fight next. They all need to think about that. And give you what you've given us. Just the care, the appreciation. For what should be next for you. And I tell you, Parker was the best I've ever seen him. I've never seen him this aggressive, but this smart at the same time. Usually uses a size a big straw man. And he's a tough man. And he's a straw man. I say it again. And he usually stays on the outside user's jab and kind of plays it safe and plays a careful and, you know, moves a little bit uses legs and stays outside looking for the one two and you know he fights that way. But this time he put the way I think he was always supposed to fight. And maybe it's got something to do with his train. I don't know how long the train has been with him, Andy Lee, who was a former champion. I believe a junior middleweight. It was either junior middleweight middleweight or a super middleweight. I'm not sure but from island he was an Olympian. I actually caught his fights for NBC in the Olympics when he represented Ireland. And I called some of his fights on ESPN in the pros. But he's a trainer now and I think he's doing a good job and it looked like he did a good job for park. I got to tell you because again, it's supposed to have a small Parker, mentally and physically, technically, he didn't run he didn't move just move to survive and just win that way. He didn't just stay on the outside and played safe. But he played it smart though, but he played it right. I thought for fights like this was a style tresor. He should grant the floor. He should grab the floor, keep rains. Keep dictate control range. Be able to keep the guy at the end of his punches and make him pay for a price. Like I always said on ESPN. Make him pay a price for the real estate. You want. You want three feet of real estate? It's gonna cost you four punches. And that's what he did. He he kept them outside by setting his feet by keeping them at the end of his punches. No in that range, no one where that was he made to zora have to travel. We know she's always to get close. He's shorter on. He's a shorter guy. He bent for he comes in like a job Frazier to a certain extent. You know he has to get close to be at his best. And. Understood that, he had a game plan for that. But this time, he did it by grabbing a floor, control range, but being sent to punch and making him pay for a price to get close. Make it all go through a bad neighborhood to get to him and mugging him on the way to get through that bad neighborhood. And he chose the right punches, the uppercut, because he understood she's all with Bedford, he could catch him up with and he did he ordered him with uppercuts and also straight right hands on the outside..
"kosova" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"And likewise for the tender mania where the bidding for public works went to the businessmen who were closely linked with them. Therefore, they should have been facing trial in console for peace crimes to our economy and society and not to generate court which lacks proper transparency and is dealing with something that already was treated by ICTY by only courts and by UX courts. It's another specialist court. We had enough of special treatment. I would like some notable treatment. I would like some notable courts in kosova, who deal with crime and corruption. On that subject of special treatment, is the NATO presence in Kosovo, K four, which has been there since 1999, still necessary, do you think it's just short of about 4000 troops, I think? The biggest part of which are American. Due to resolution 1244 of Security Council of UN adopted on 10th June 1999, K four is here to stay, and I don't think that this will change any time soon, because the resolution 1244 can not be replaced that easy. And on the other hand, NATO is necessary here as long as Serbia does not recognize us. And as long as kosova is not joining NATO. You have this interesting slightly paradoxical situation where instead of kosova being integrated into NATO and EU, it is EU with its mission and NATO mission namely key for which are integrated within our country. A place which is kept strangely outside of international community. What's your view now though on the prospect of Kosovo joining not necessarily NATO or the EU, but joining Albania? You occupy the rare distinction of being a head of government who is also a citizen of a foreign country. I believe you've even voted in Albanian elections. What is your thinking on that now? I think that if there would have been two referendums, people would vote for unification. I am as a prime minister here who won on a ticket of jobs injustice to fight corruption and also bring employment especially for youth and women. So in this mandate, this is my priority. But in the future, of course, I would not exclude it. However, I believe that for long-term peace and stability.
"kosova" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"I think that there is always this difficult dancing between legality and legitimacy. You can be very legitimate in your goals and actions as political activists. And sometimes that can be considered illegal. On the other hand, you have all set of legal things going on, which might not have much of legitimacy. And I think that in this difficult dancing, we managed pretty well. Of course, we had to learn the skills of administration and running offices in different institutions. But on the other hand, this essential grain of idealism in us a remains with us, whatever we go and whatever we do. And I'm very happy for that. Has anything you've learned about actually governing made you in retrospect any more forgiving of the politicians you Perhaps I was not fully aware how much this thing of an Italian author is true. Democracy is a procedure. So certain things can not happen fast enough because democracy as procedure does not allow you to do so. So when it comes to velocity of certain processes, I think that perhaps my expectations were a bit high. You learned the hard way in your first stint as prime minister how quickly power can come and how quickly it can go. You lasted 51 days in 2020, plus there was a bit as acting prime minister ahead of new elections. What did you learn from that experience? And why did you get, I guess outmaneuvered there? Was this the last ditch resistance of The Old Guard of Kosovo politicians who'd come up through the KLA? After we won in elections of October 2019, former president of kosova was not happy with the coalition that we created with Al decay. And he wanted to use pandemic COVID-19, very early on as a pretext to declare the state of emergency..
"kosova" Discussed on Ridiculous History
"So here. We are medieval europe cute. It's kinda weird here. It's really dark and gloomy and everyone looks really bummed out. Yes yes yes. You'll you'll also notice that there are a lot of people who look hungry. Watch out for that poop you slipped. That's fine is my okay. I was here earlier. Gross i know. I know i was just really feel in the moment. Skinny guy in the stocks over there he looks pretty malnourished. that's also plague. So don't touch him have driven this bit into the ground. Well luckily. we're writing it out still because now that we're in this environment. We can note that there are some obvious traditions. That are different from our own in the modern day. Right who see look at that. See that monk man sure does have a shiny head yes yes he has a ton. Shore is so a. What a tonsure. That's an tonsure is the word for that type of haircut where the shave the top of their head. I thought it was called a bowl cotton. It's it's like the opposite of a bowl cut. It's like the fringe around the bulk minus the part. Yes okay you learn something new every day these these monks that were hypothetically looking at Are living in a system of fairly rigid and exacting rules dictating both their of their religious practices and their day to day behavior. And one of the big things about this. We're drawing a lot of this from a A book called butter a rich history by elaine kosova One of the big things about this was the the sort of food you could eat. And if it were Wednesday were friday or a saturday than these monks. The way this tradition started could not eat any animal products. They were vegan three days out of the week. Were really ahead of the curve on that one. No kidding and then in Lent the forty day period leading up to easter. They also couldn't eat animal products that are vegan functionally for like forty days or their version of that was wild and didn't occur to me until looking into this stuff is it was accounted for. Something in the neighborhood of half of the year added it all up together. And that's if you don't well we'll get to indulgences and how they play in here but yeah you're absolutely right that really adds up and that makes me appreciate every philly cheese steak i have ever eaten or will ever eat. Do the cheese whiz version. No no i'm not loyal enough as classic they say you have it. I like the pro. You know he could get provolone cheese whiz out of the can. Yeah man yeah. We've all had dark times in our lives. I'll do whipped cream out of the can. But she's was food it's essentially like the powder that comes in the kraft macaroni and cheese boxes. Just like an aerosol form. Don't they have to call cheese food product. I think so. Yeah american she slices but the thing that's cool too about this is A lot of this stuff really hinged on region we take for granted the idea of importing and exporting and the availability of like anything. And we don't really have to limit our food intake based on where we live if we want strawberries. We can get strawberries if we want some. You know tropical fruit. That's not grown anywhere near us. We can get it because of like you know refrigeration but back in these days that was not a thing and your diet was dictated pretty much exclusively on what was available in your region unless you were super wealthy and even even then it would be incredibly rare you know or be incredibly expensive for instance to get certain spices like pepper corns. So now we've got. We've got our monks who about half the year just can't eat meat.
"kosova" Discussed on Digital Ankit Podcast | Motivation, self-help, digital marketing In Hindi
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"kosova" Discussed on Italian Wine Podcast
"According with the dissent. They find out that that was an incentive for them to do better a more so didn't work out. I don't know if in the future they wanna be more different way to approach these these Show and i hope so anyway. Okay coming back to the dish you of wine. One of the issues that we in the wine industry face all the time and probably contribute to is we make the appreciation of wine too precious like there's some special knowledge or club that you're part of which is really just the opposite of the philosophy that you have in your restaurants and and i think the way a lot of people eat now. We're in a world. Where with label recognition technology. There's a world of information available to people by just scanning the label. Image into wine servino or something like that. Is that going to help democratize wine or as wind gonna continue to be this. You know special thing for sure. The technology applied to the Say that made my life much more difficult. I mean the the customer seems they the one click today noise About the wind where he's from exit that excited so it is a challenge as well for asked to create a wine list which is more challenging the morning. Tennis thing in the steel. I do believe that this part of the restaurant to and the management to when do key. And i'm not saying in an inaugural gone way to locate the cosmetic about not only the big brands and the big cobb all metalwork excited but also boost winds data more difficult to find in the in the market. Like i can talk about the guy. Yoke the like a low nadel. The kosova kick say that. I still believe that this a duty over the rest of that door to promote these wine and that what is going to make the difference a manga. The restaurant you know those wind lease today going to be more challenging and more defendant so this will be also for those small book the distributor that they sold the base in going down because they mainly work with the restaurants and noteworthy retailers..
"kosova" Discussed on Gugacast
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"kosova" Discussed on Passive Income Project
"Laughing at your expense. So the cost of the then he's to that NPR Osceola to a minimum much, said passing investment without focus so. We some of the Australian index funds now why ats the lowest can get down to his point zero seven percent? Yep, by dishes, a two hundred zero point, zero seven percent the van. God Products Pretty. Close Yeah think zero point one five or something like that. It was an old cost. One Madonna how that works, but. I didn't know it cost one, but I had to be on a certain platform, and then they charge you on the platform. Right now this is free. This costs summer free you get on. Yeah. So yeah, it's a really you want to be thinking then, so you've got the platform. And then you've got your actually investment so to lies of cost the Yup so you want to take into account, both of those through the math run the nominees. Comes out at 'cause ultimately for me when I think about my portfolio, I really want to have it costs more than. Point two point three percent now that the management costs become so cheap. Yeah, yeah, that's right and you not including the brokerage costs Tomba just what it's costing you ongoing. Yes, I'm paying from a parking upfront yet. because I don't want those ongoing, Kosova Tom, so, Nancy the the cost associated with the platform, and then you've got the cost associated with the actual underlying investment..
"kosova" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"In middle river thirty nine there downtown Baltimore colder is warmer it is forty three degrees or talk radio six eighty W. CBM where the morning drive with Casey and Elliot I'm sure saying and this is the fox business report global stocks are losing more ground after a new case of the corona virus was reported in the U. S. in more cases were reported in Europe the Wall Street journal says nearly half of US companies in China expect business to be impacted this year if operations don't return to normal by the end of April the world's largest brewer Anheuser Busch InBev says it lost a hundred seventy million dollars in profits in the first two months of this year because of the virus it makes Budweiser Stella Artois and corona among other brands sandwich chain Jimmy Johns says it's cooperating with federal investigators trying to find the source of an E. coli outbreak is believed to be clover sprouts yesterday the Dow was down a hundred twenty three the nasdaq was up fifteen but the S. and P. dropped eleven that your fox business report I'm Ginny Kosova invested in you we the New World using your hands and markers twenty twenty fox news America is watching okay let's play show and tell with your twenty twenty Democrats and we shown for years the system.
"kosova" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
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"kosova" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
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Europe's Balkan dilemma
"Today, we're looking at the Balkans, an area that dominated international attention twenty years ago after the wars in Bosnia and Kossovo. But it slipped from the headlines in recent years. Joining me to discuss the region, and at some certain prospects are the T euro penatta, Ben home, an Fokin correspondent, Valerie Hopkins. Ben the F T this morning described the Balkans as the most volatile region in Europe. Why would he say that? Because historically, it has been a region that has been full tired of by competing power blocks. You know, the ultimate empire the Austro-Hungarian empire the Russian empire and that has left kind of overlapping, national, and ethnic and religious divisions. And we are still living with the legacy of that, and sort of overlaid by an incomplete transition to democracy and the rule of law after communism and. Then probably on top of all of that you have corruption. It's deeply rooted. So Ben before we continue. Let's just define the region. How big is it? And how significant so we're talking about the western Balkans region roughly twenty million people about the population of the Netherlands, but with a really tiny economy, about the size of Slovakia's. And we're talking about Serbia Montenegro Bosnia Herzegovina Albania, north Macedonia, and Kosovo, of course. So it's a pretty small number of people with a pretty small combined GDP. It's not significant, but it's always been a source of instability as we've known for the last century. Valerie, Ben referred to this as a kind of incomplete process and some of the countries in the regions, maybe all of them have hurt. The delta Modeste nation will be joining the EU I'm thinking, particularly of north Macedonian Albanian, but they're finding very hard. Yes. Well, that's true. They've been hoping to join but also the e u has been hoping for them to join I mean for the first time this was articulated in two thousand three in there. I e you some. In Thessaloniki, all of the countries of the western Balkans were promised a credible path to accession we're given unequivocal support from the Member States and one year ago after north miss Adonia and underwent quite comprehensive changes north Macedonia, to its name, and two other reforms and L Bainian committing to a very onerous judicial reform were promised that they would get a green light this year. And as we saw yesterday that decision was punted again, for a couple of months, at least until October and from their point of view, how much of a disastrous. Well, it's quite a big disaster. I mean, enormous Adonia which recently changed its name in order to end a decades long conflict with Greece over their name, which Athens believed implied territorial desire over the Greek region of the same name, the whole public support for the agreement and public support for the government is riding on the guarantees towards progress towards the EU that are written into that. So north Macedonia, has moved forward in terms of its NATO membership. Several countries, I think, have already ratified the NATO accession protocol for them. But, you know, the European Union membership is what the public really wants and at a certain point, it may become untenable for the leaders of the country to stay in power if they can't deliver on what was promised them, and that would be a disaster for them. And for Europe. Yeah. Mean Ben you've been pretty critical of the youth decision. What's the argument for saying the eaves being sources that it had a unique? Novo paternity to put these two countries move firmly on the path of judgement. EU rules values and sort of binding them into the EU orbit, we have to remember that sort of enlargement process. If you just put aside the various problems that we've experienced over the is in the grand sweep of history. It's been a remarkable success for the EU it stabilized the region, it's brought prosperity and it's dissolved the division between eastern western Europe and the argument just to recap for those who don't totally recall took the EU from what fifteen countries to now. Twenty eight to twenty eight. Yeah. And so, in argument is probably the most effective European Union foreign policy, and it has helped put countries on the right path, and stabilize democracy and promote reform and promote the rule of law. But perhaps there are now plenty of people in the EU think we've reached the end of that process and the legacy problems from previous enlargements have come back to haunt the EU. Maybe the enlargement the accession process was not rigorous. Enough. And so now there are plenty of people who are having second thoughts about it. Yeah. And I mean just to play devil's advocate, I suppose if you are European politician, you will say, well, sure the future of these countries matters, but as he was saying Elliott's twenty million people in the, you have the rise of populists across Europe and places like France, the Netherlands, Britain's voted for Brexit. And it doesn't appear that accession to countries like, oh, near is popular. So perhaps that wise, not to do it quite possibly. But I mean, I think the calculation has to be how long can you keep these countries on the path to accession without ever actually giving them accession at the end of the day? And that solvency something that the EU has tried with Turkey and it's backfired arguably spectacularly, although you could also blame premise, Erta one, perhaps originally topper one for the kind of backsliding in democracy, and the sort of drift away from the European mainstream, in Turkey, but I mean that is clearly the calculation it would be good for Europe if. If Albany could be put on the path to membership even if it never actually meets the criteria to join fully, and you mentioned Obama. Valerie back from there. Give us a description of where the country is in terms of its economy, and its politics because when I was growing up out, mania was like the most isolated place. It was North Korea Europe. And the idea that it might even be close to joining the paean union in some ways, seems miraculous. Well, indeed, it is. And it's quite far off. But I think, you know, to build on what Ben said many Member States have grown tired of the process and have learned that they need to impose further and further restrictions. We see that many of the countries that have joined in recent decades still have problems with their judicial systems. So we're talking countries like Romania Bulgaria, yes, Hungary. If I may say, so the conditions and the demands that Brussels and the Member States have made on countries, which are hoping to join have actually become much more onerous Albania, my story that I did while I was in Toronto was about the extremely onerous. Writing process that all judges, and prosecutors are being subjected to which has left. The country's supreme court with only two judges. One of them I think is being vetted this week. So it may have only one judge so far, only one judge survived because the two tional court, I believe, has only one judge, which is actually quite stabilizing, on the political. See now as the parliament has moved to impeach the president for calling early elections. And no one in the court can judge on this. I don't wanna get too deep into their politics. But I would like to say to that Albanian has also accepted to host the first FrontEx mission FrontEx being the US Border police agency because during the two thousand fifteen migrant crisis, the EU sort of realized woke up and remembered that actually all of these countries in the Balkan route are inside of Europe that if you have weak states week, police weakens to, to Sion's at that will have consequences for the security and safety of the rest of the block. So there should be more interest in improving those institutions and the best way to do it all. Of the academic work that's been done in the Balkans shows that the carrot of enlargement, and of a real credible accession path is the best way to inspire reforms, but how is the economy doing? And how connected is opening to the rest of Europe, now compared to those days of isolation. I mean silly, anecdote but, you know, I come across our Bainian in London now buildings around the corner. So to some extent, they seem to have been integrated little bit. Well, absolutely. I mean, quite a significant portion of Albanians left the country in the nineties jobs, better opportunities. And I think it's rare to meet now lenient who doesn't speak at least two or three languages. But now, people are coming back business ties between mania and especially Italy, Switzerland UK are very strong and the economy's growing, I think actually in the Balkans. The economies are growing much faster than the EU average about four five percent. They still have a long way to go to catch up, but there's quite a lot of vitality and what about this issue of organized crime, which is thrown at all the countries in the Balkans. But I think particularly. Albania for those sitting in Brussels or elsewhere, saying, do we really want country in that condition inside the EU, how serious is the problem? Well, it is a serious problem. And it you know, it also goes to show that again you can't separate the Balkans. Even with the Albania or north as Donio, anyone not being inside of the EU criminals will always find a way to engage in their activity. It seems to me in some of my discussions with police dodges prosecutors that sometimes this threat is overblown. For instance, the Dutch parliament, several weeks ago passed a Bill asking their government to withdraw visa-free travel for all Baynes, dude organised crime. And then when you go and inject a Dutch officials, they say actually, this is not necessarily for violent crime. A lot of people are trying to get on both. Maybe they're trying to come to the UK but actually they're not necessarily being arrested for trafficking in drugs, or persons Ben turning to the other country. We were talking about north Macedonia that I suppose, makes the point that this is also still an issue. To some extent, war and peace. I mean they had extremely tense relations with Greece for sometime. Yes. They have done over the dispute over the name after the collapse of the former Yugoslavia. And that, of course, has prevented Macedonia, north Macedonia is now 'cause integration into the Atlantic community, the NATO. So I mean, it really was a huge that Ford when Zorn's Iovan Alexis, it press the Greek premier achieve this deal, and it still highly contentious in Greece. And we have a general election next month in Greece, where you are likely to see the return of a center, right? New democracy led government and new democracy has been very, very critical of the naming deal with north Macedonia. It remains to be seen whether they will actually go as far as to block their entry, but I suspect Athens will be a lot less accommodating in the future than it has been over the last couple of years. And if I recall correctly at the time, there was some evidence, which the Cyprus government acted on the Russian espionage Intel. Emergence agencies trying to stoke up opposition to the north Macedonia settlement does that raise. Also, I suppose a subsidiary issue, but crucial one which affects Europe's judgment, which is that to the extent that this area is not integrated with the rest of the EU becomes the sort of floating space. And there is no evidence that not just the Russians but also the Turks and even the Chinese are taking an interest in the western Balkans. Absolutely. I suspect it's possible to maybe overplay, the extent of Russian influence, although it has been substantial an acute in some places such as the authentic your and Montenegro and this attempt to stoke up resistance to the referendum on the name changed Illinois with Macedonia, which the Greeks are pro Russian country, actually expelled him Russian diplomats accusing the spine. The Turks are obviously increasingly involved in Bosnia to governor, and Albanian in Kosova, and the. Please spot an opportunity to extend their influence through commerce and through infrastructure spending. So, yeah, we're replaying centuries of history where this region has been kind of plaything for the great powers. And of course, I suppose it's easier for Europe to ignore to the extent that these above Ling cute problems, but lots of problems as long as it doesn't actually break out into violence. Now I mentioned at the beginning of the program that the broad or can region. We were at war twenty years ago is there danger of the old conference coming bubbling back. Or is it more that we're talking about serious, but subsidiary issues of people flows economic crises organized crime, and so on, is there danger of real all while I think you'd be foolish to rule out the danger of a return to conflict in this area in the sense that forty years ago, you might have done the same thing but history has shown how quickly this place can erupt into. James, and I suspect that remains although I'm sure it has reduced in the last ten twenty years, and there is more at stake for the region's inhabitants. If they have a clear path to e membership, which will bring guarantees of security, and better economic prospects. And the end of the day, I have the firm feeling that it's often corrupt politicians who have their own economic interests at heart, who are perpetuating the kind of ethnic divisions in this region. More than popular convictions. And Valerie euro correspondent on the ground. So how stable or unstable does it seem to you? Well, I do agree with Ben that seemingly innocuous crisis can escalate. And I think that in most of the countries, you really do have this kind of boiling, the frog situation where I is correspondent struggle with sometimes seemingly small jumps in a story, actually could carry larger consequences later. But I think rather than conflict, the major risk is just that the country will empty out with people losing hope. That they will be able to create a better life for their children and grandchildren. For instance, in Bosnia, which is a population of three and a half million in the last three or four years. I think two hundred thousand people left since January some thirty thousand people have already left the country. And that's when I talked to people, it's really a matter of losing hope that they will join the European Union and have a better life. So these countries will suffer catastrophic demographic decline. And western Europe will find if they didn't integrate them, they'll show up on the doorsteps. Well, many of them, actually are getting jobs in western Europe, which are empty, you know, these are educated workers doctors dentists health worker, social workers, so it's not the same as migrant crisis. Most of them are going legally with work permits, but they're leaving their home countries for good. Okay. We'll, we'll have to leave it. Thank you very much indeed, to buttery Hopkins in the studio and to Ben holes. Well that's it for this week until next week. Goodbye.
"kosova" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Walmart is also the nation's largest employer. But apple is the nation's most profitable and fortune says the five hundred companies on its list produced enough revenue last year to equal two thirds of the entire economic output of the United States. Jimmy Kosova, Fox News. All right. So apple holding a great spot there, along with. With walmart. But you heard Amazon is creeping into that top five strengthening its case among that fortune five hundred over a quarter million cars are being recalled by forward over concerns. They could just simply rollaway. Here's FOX's Jeff monosso Ford Motor Company is recalling two hundred seventy thousand fusion sedans in North America covering the twenty thirteen through twenty sixteen model years at the automaker says could roll away due to a faulty Shifter cable that can detach from the transmission allowing the driver to remove the ignition key in the vehicle is not in park for says it's aware of three reports of property damage in what injury potentially related to the issue until fix available. Ford is telling fusion owners to always use the parking brake in Chicago. Jeff monosso, Fox News while so shift or cable issue, causing vehicles to just roll away. Heck we've had that we've had rollaway issues in Memphis for years. All you need is a crowbar in a few minutes of time, you can get pretty much any vehicle to roll. Away coming up. We got Rachel Sutherland. She's gonna talk about FCC robocalls. Is there relief on the way from this inundation of getting call after call after call in? They're all bogus will talk to her about that. We've got been Ferguson on the way to at seven forty five and we're gonna take.
"kosova" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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"kosova" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"All right. Let's go. So last night CNN's townhall degenerated into a dad think five candidates air Buddha? Jed Harris, Amy klobuchar Bernie Sanders degenerated into a series of absurdities. I had a tough time distilling it down to clips and stuff. But on a very serious note. I'm not I'm not gonna play the video clip from because it's all over you're going to see it on TV. And I've got a couple of other ones I want to get to. But Bernie one point Bernie Sanders is asked a question by an audience member about giving felons the right to vote while they're in jail. And the woman in the audience asking the question very respectfully asks. Well, what about you know, basically savage is a jail like the Boston bomber and Bernie gives us answer. And basically says yes, like the Boston bomber should have the right to vote from prison the one that's still alive. Put up that picture for a moment. This is a photo here folks of this savage. Am I going to mention this? This disgraceful piece of human waste getting ready to plant a bomb. Next to an eight year old boy hanging on a piece of bike rack there with his parents on a beautiful day on April fifteenth years ago getting ready to watch the race. It's circle I wanna hat tip. Jack Kosova could put this out there on Twitter. This animal this human excrement placed in eight-year-old a bomb near an eight year old by the way, it'd be and many others as well. And I don't mean to diminish that would happen to them either. Put a bomb filled with shrapnel nails marbles to penetrate. The flesh of innocent human beings in an eight year old child. I want you to remember this Bernie and his buddies out there want, this savage to have the right to vote on what happens to your money, your healthcare your community safety. I'm eat of all listen, there are political fights. And I get it. It's hard to take any kind of political tinge off my show. I think you all know where my ideological allegiances are folks. But when I tell you this from the bottom of my heart, and with complete candor, this is what I'm telling you. It's not political. In other words, my goal. Here is not to hurt Bernie politically my goal is to hurt Bernie morally and ethically with regular normal rational sane people who have to be looking at this saying that's not us. I listen. I I get it that may somehow. That may somehow venture into the political realm. But that wasn't my goal. My goal with this is what is happening to our country. I want you to sit on the couch with your kids like you do now and watch some of this stuff and look at your seven year old like my daughter, and my fifteen year old as well and say, you know, Isabelle Amelia what you just heard up there. No matter what you do when you get older to my daughter's you will find your own political way. I think I've done my best to guide you, but you'll find your own political path later in life. But regardless of what you do. And what you vote for him. What your politics are? I'm not making a political argument to you right now about this guy. I'm making a moral and ethical argument that that is not us. We in this household and in your household. We don't do stuff like that. We don't support voting rights for people who tried to assassinate eight year old kids which trap no bombs. I don't care what your kids named Frank. Bobby maria. Whatever they are you turn to them at some point. I humbly request last and you explain to them, regardless of what you do later in life that right? There is not who we are that it's not who this country is that is not who are what our faith represents. That's not what our family represents. That's not what the neighbors in my community represents that. Right. There is not us. You wanna vote democrat later fine. You support whoever you like, but that guy right there that is not us. Kamala Harris jumped on that bandwagon to. That is savagery. We are civility. Unbelievable. On believable..
"kosova" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"kosova" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"O M A R O M A dot com before I go on. I want to tell you that I need very much. I need a kinda minium right now. I need it. Least a two fall two bedroom. Condo in either the an-and woods gristmill or in the pavilion. If you're thinking about selling your home, and it's a two bedroom or more to full. Bathrooms? Give me a call. I have a buyers who are ready to go. Their home is under contract. And we are ready for a pretty quick settlement. Let me know again. I need gristmill. I need the pavilion. Call me after the show four ten five three zero twenty four hundred just wanna make a quick personal message to my beautiful daughter who put on a program yesterday at mica, the Maryland institute, college of art the Baltimore court. We talked about this before there's a group of Gilbert and Sullivan fans that got together that sang all day long from nine thirty in the morning till probably five thirty in the evening. It was a grand time for maybe about fifty singers. And I just want to say, congratulations. I am very very proud of you Erik. Rome. I wanna tell you about. I I started to tell you about Maria M R E A. On friday. It was a beautiful spring day. I drove over to. Hi, it's Ville where the Prince George's association of realtors also known as PR PGA are hosted the first Maria meeting of the year. Very well attended considering it was the end of the month. And many of us are quite busy spring spring selling has started early. We had Mark fine. Roth who spoke on legislated legislative session updates. We had three other members that spoke the topic was engaging students in the classroom was very interesting each one of these presenters had a completely different style. And it was fun listening to the styles. We had Bob Kimball we had g Dunston, and we had Joan Malloy. Wonderful way of looking how they engage students in the classroom. And we're talking about their students are real estate. So we've got teachers who are teaching teachers. That's what the meeting was yesterday. And it ended with a lovely lunch Air New president Brinda Kosova was in charge of it. Always does a really terrific job. So anybody have any questions about our Maryland real estate educators association. Please give me a call. And again, if anybody is listening in from the meeting that wants to have anything to say about it, you're more than welcome are calling number four ten nine two two six six eight zero and one of the things that I was thinking about as I think as a radio show host one of my. I feel my jobs is to be educating the public educating other real estate agents each time. I do a transaction. Each time I buy help someone buy or sell a house. I am teaching them about real estate. But I'm also learning more. I don't think I've ever been through any transaction whatsoever. That I haven't learned something and even on the show when you call in and you ask questions or you call in after the show and asked questions, I am learning this morning early this morning. I got a call from our friend, Victor who is updating his house in. He's telling me about what a good deal. He got on putting a new driveway in new patio and new walkways in and he's just improving his house. So that. He when he decides to sell that house. It will be right up today wanted to talk to you about. When I was doing a contract last week couple of weeks ago, one of the questions that came up with is the survey and the title company sends out a questionnaire, and you have a place to check water survey. Don't order a survey and the buyers ask me my opinion of it. And I said absolutely in my opinion. I would always want to know exactly where my house sits on the property. I to know. That if there's a fence around it that at least it's in the right property boundaries. For instance, if you look at a at a home, that's got a fence around it. You would assume which we all know what that word means. You would assume that that fence is on the proper line. However, there are times when people will put a fence up put a driveway in a plant trees, and it not be their land in order to find out if it's their land again will use that word again, we need a survey and we have had on occasions where when we do the survey for a new buyer. We find out that the property has encroachments that may be defensing from your house is on the next door neighbor's house lawn or maybe the name. Neighbor's fence is on your lawn. You can't get clear title with that. Because you have to know exactly what it is you are purchasing. So when you asked me do we need a survey. How much does it cost? Can we wave it? It's not usually a lender requirement, but I would never suggest waving it to save. It's a few hundred dollars, and if you did waive getting a survey, I would probably make you sign something saying that you offered it. But you declined it and other things the house, maybe it has a pool we mentioned fencing, maybe as I said the neighbor put in a new driveway or a storage shed or garage or relandscaped it, and it needs to be within the boundary of the property that you own you wanna see this survey and sign off on it proper a prior to closing. When you find out that you are encroaching on a neighbor or vice versa. Guys, you really want to know that before you go to settlement. You don't want to try to put a fence on your property and realize that it's not your property anymore. So again, as I say, I don't think I've ever bought a help by a house help sell a house that I haven't learned something from again, if you have questions give us a call for ten nine two two six six eight zero. And I'm going to be telling you more about some of the coming soon properties. I'm gonna do that after we step out and take a break. You.
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Rebuking Trump, senators back effort to suspend U.S. support for Saudi-led war in Yemen
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Trump signs defense act in New York; bill provides $716 billion in funds
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