18 Burst results for "Kursk"

"kursk" Discussed on Diary of a Nation

Diary of a Nation

05:40 min | 8 months ago

"kursk" Discussed on Diary of a Nation

"Defeat your adversary. It is this that my father understood. It is this which rekindled his. Ptsd it is this that reduced him to tears and shaking hands when the kursk was abandoned by her navy and her country for those who go down to the sea in ships. It is thus when ship dies all sailors feel. Her loss and harold was a sailor. The us navy was his adversary to your father. He graduated in nineteen thirty nine from atlantic city tech and new jersey as an apprentice electrician. Join the navy. Nineteen forty to become an electrician And see the world but segregation dictated. Otherwise could you explain what happened if you chase it all the way back. A quarter of a continental navy in seventeen seventy four. Seventy six seventy eight. We're black and even in the military during the civil war..

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"kursk" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"kursk" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Call it mean for mark the waning days of what I like to think of as the Paul Portland show. Mark Mason, recovering now rapidly from his major surgery expected back Monday. At least that's the last thing I heard from Mark, So I'm counting on that. I've got a couple of days to go here is gonna be with you on Katie X and Brad. Wow, Your newscast lately have been really full of a lot of interesting stuff. Thank you that you're going to say lacking. Yes, That's what I'm not waiting for two prepared this north Portland demonstration situation. Once again the cops in and no in situation damned if they do, damned if they don't, the mayor, most for lenders are pretty sick of without passing judgment or making a political comment in any way sick of the destructive demonstrations. A date. Um, I don't see you have that come. Oh, Greg Walden. Yeah, finishing up Thanks for his public service. All these years. That second congressional district is larger than some states. It is. Yeah, he's got to keep people in Hood River is happy as people in southern Oregon. I mean, yeah. Tough, tough job. I'm surprised you didn't have anything about the northern lights that we can see tonight. What? Yeah, I'm gonna be looking news you might. I decided not to run that story. You know why? Two reasons. One? Yeah, look outside. It's beautiful. It's beautiful. This is going to recall the daylight's gonna rain tonight is gonna cloudy and there's no way you could see the missing lights. You're not used to daylight. Your work too many dark hour. Yes, That's true. Second reason yes. The odds of seeing them here are very, very Very low. It's being reported in the national media. They may be seen as far south as Colorado and one story in particular points out to northern states that they'll be seen in being Illinois and Oregon. Right. So, yes. If we have a chance, if you've never sever seen him like I lived in Alaska. Oh, yeah. I saw him at Fort Greely. I've seen him. I don't wanna be a travel snob. I've seen him in Europe tried to travel there. Now what? Sweden or Norway, Norway. Nice. It wouldn't touch Finland. Don't get me started. Yeah, No, I think if we have any the slightest chance to see them This is the night December 10th and look his ladies you can and look north. Since I usually take rne the dog out. Do his thing. 10 or 15. Times late at night. I'm gonna be looking. Ah, lot. You just never know. You just never know. Really. Do you have a favorite cloud's big part? Do you have a favorite color? I've been reading the green is slightly green. Yeah, but If there's a chance we should be reporting that, Brad him there's no chance. It's gonna rain tonight. Do you keep people go to the top of the mountains and say Look at snow? I've never I've never as much as I respect Brad. It was just an excellent newscaster. Just never heard you say I decided not to run. Well, you always make decisions of what you're gonna run. What do we have A. You have a fixed amount of time. But let's say the things certain things fit in certain. He's a very good one similarity. Let's say there is a chance of a hurricane important Did you go? That would be my lead. From home. I ran into an item today that I just This is so cool. We've been decorating Christmas trees wrong all these years. Really? Yes. First of all. Mentioned to you yesterday after a had the joy of doing the Mark Mason show. I went to the dentist, making it a double header and the my dentist's office. Dr Matt's office has the Costco 7.5 ft fake tree in the lobby. Oh, my gosh, It looked terrific. Yeah, it looked to ram a Costco tree. Thank three years. This custom without Decision made next year put a note on the counter because I'll forget we're going. We're going to go or, you know the way I look at it. We've supported the tree industry in Oregon for 52 years. That's enough. But anyway, there is this, Ivan this gun viral from Tic Tac. This lady named Claire Hooper. At least I think that's her name. I kind of wrote it down quickly. It looks like whoever she she Says. We put the lights on the wrong way. Circle the tree with the lights. Vertical. Vertical wrap him around the top branch. Bring him down straight down to the bottom wraparound bond. But back up zigzag. Don't think at all. Wouldn't wouldn't She have a lot of wires up at the top? No. Just have one liar wire coming out, you know, going on. There's like less space for all the wires. You have different branches up at the top, and the video shows it looks absolutely perfect. And the reason you don't have to waste lights on the back of the tree that nobody sees. And should one line go out as they always do. It's simpler to replace the line, right? Oh, and so you could go to Tic tac and look at this video. And I'm telling you, it really works. It's like getting your news from Facebook getting it's not fairy decorating tips from TIC TAC. It's not Facebook's. It's Facebook. Whatever the Facebook, the Facebook, Yes, if you've ever been to the Riverwalk in San Antonio at Christmas time, not that travels well, twice in one segment. They don't even hang him on the trees. They hang him from the trees. The lights are coming straight down from the ends of the branches. Just hanging there straight because they don't have those lift things in Texas. Apparently yet on by the way, I don't really have time for this, but I want him mentioned the We'll make time Congressman from Texas that Wants the state to succeed from the union, huh? Don't stop him. Um, uh, He's calling a Texas Yeah, like Brexit, right? And I'm apparently the congressman. Texas doesn't know how well that's working out for the UK. But it's ridiculous. Yeah, um Finally, what else that I want to get to today before you talk about I better get to the kids fun because I got good news and the kids from good before we do it later, I'm gonna talk about holiday movies, which I haven't watched. Hallmark kind of movies. Hmm. How many do you think there are Hominy? And in this Christmas season? How many opportunities where we will have to see a Christmas movie? How many movies like a unique movie or how many opportunities do we have to know? Like a unique movie tune in like a unique movie? How many holiday movies are there out there to see. 2641. No, no new new movies this season new this year? Yeah. Six. Yeah. 10 82. What 82? Wow. Hallmark type movies. We'll talk about that later. Pretty amazing. Let me help you decorate your tree. Well, psych there many psychological reasons why people love them. They're just being watched by millions, and they're a lot of reasons why we'll get to that. I want to get a word in about the kids fun before we have to break here because We hit a new number today, and I wanted to make sure since haven't done it for a couple of days. If you if you don't know the Kursk's fund provides glasses and hearing AIDS for kids, indeed, we've been doing it since 1987 and it's listener supported listener donations pay for this program. Primarily, we go for grants and stuff like that, too. But it's primarily and it has been for 34 years. Now we started 35th year, you listeners who donate and pay for these kids glasses and hearing AIDS. Businesses involved Matthews Memory Lane joins US Matthews Memory Lane Motors.

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"kursk" Discussed on Jesus is the Christ

Jesus is the Christ

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"kursk" Discussed on Jesus is the Christ

"But there are false breath. That's clear in the Bible. You know so I'm not saying. Everyone who professes to be a Christian eastward, you know. So there are we'll see sheep, clothing and so on. That was that I wanted to say that I'm planning to to to not. Judge People Salvation. But rather to rebuke their their them when the when the scripture says. That it's appropriate. We when the Scripture says, so, you know. You know so I'm GonNA continue rebuking people. I I don't rebuke by name, but I do rebuke. Bought but I'm not going to judge people salvation because I don't think. We can't do that anyway. We don't know everything when it comes to the stuff about the accursed Gospel. Let him be accursed. I'm not of the opinion that a person teaches an accursed gospel. By just teaching, it becomes course you know I? Don't think that but I think it says that we should let him be accursed, and what that basically mean. We should treat him as if he was curse. or Reason for that is because obviously there Kursk Ospel. Or any other Gospel the True Gospel is GonNa has a tendency to. To create false converts into cause more more pain and suffering then. Then good. So I do believe there is of course Gospel. And We treat them as if they were a cost, but we don't have they. It's up to God. Out We're, too. It's not like as soon as you say something that is wrong according to the Gospel. Suddenly. Become a curse. I don't believe that. And then there was something else I was GonNa Talk To. Talk about that. I've forgotten now. That came up. So, planning to continue to rebuke, but I don't. You Know I. Don't do. I respect People's privacy. I don't put you know. I always. So there are you know? That was something else so was GonNa Talk to talk about? I think I. See if I can remember it here. By put up this application here..

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"kursk" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:22 min | 2 years ago

"kursk" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"To surveilled sensor seize and destroy our wealth at will the crown invade servers seizes records Kurds intercept signals and freezes accounts so the currency of pirates must possess features to defend against this weaponized money. And that's what I see. See that we're becoming. It's like yeah. They set the infrastructure to where it becomes weaponized money and I if they can turn turn off your bank account or close your bank or so. How are you protected from that? So I would say the biggest way that we're protected is ultimately by being part of a bigger system of cryptocurrency. That's even harder to attack and ultimately more valuable in terms of the keys. I see gold kind of returning as a form of kind of everyday currency but digitally and I see the software keys like Bitcoin for example or e to be the new gold right these things that we hoard unless we absolutely have to use them or sell them and I think gold is going to Kinda return back into more of a normal Komo functioning currency at least for a while. I'm pretty controversial. Even in the darkest than libertarian circles especially Cherian. Because I believe that we're moving to Margaret. I believe that cryptocurrency represents barter which directs form of transaction. And I think it's going to eliminate violent currency that we call money that has to be defined by Elliot Third Party and ultimately leads the war. So I think that we're GONNA g world peace through CRYPTO. I think we're going to find a better way to commerce with each other and I think that that's what the next ten years is going to represent in our world. Well this is you know where it is and we addressed this in the last paragraph is most importantly only a pirate currency must preclude centralization. It must endure as a decentralized network in the face of an adversary that wishes to crimp it into service service otherwise it will become another lincoln our chain to the crown given the choice a superior currency with these features will result in the obsolescence of of the coin of the realm and the extinction of the crown itself. Don't think I don't understand how important this is. You know so I think we have to be careful right because like I'm just saying that right it kind of implies we're going to replace one currency or money really with another currency or money and I think that's incredibly dangerous. I think we've followed. Oh the bitcoin kind of fundamentalist extremists. Some people called maximalist path that we're on the path to mutual self-destruction governments because we're going to allow governments career Ticket and you gotTA was pretty hard for Hitler to go around Europe to like roundup people that he wants around up. It's a hell of a lot easier to around bitcoin. Behind China's you can find them quite easily so if we don't achieve commercialization of Bitcoin and had these other public protocols be able to provide other services. Were all fuck. You know all all of us so it sounds like was that Rubini was debating Roger Veer. That's what we were talking about. We had Roger on a couple of weeks. Go and Norio regaining the crypto thing in Asia and he gets up and he's just going. Yeah well you're you're Rabin. He was going. Yeah well your your your mom wears combat boots or something. I mean it was just ad Hominem going on thing but and finally he said it he goes no government is going to allow you you too blah blah blah blah blah. And my whole thing. I'm going wow I mean he didn't get it. CRYPTO is not about getting a permission slip from the crown to begin with. That's the point. No it's not it's much faster cheaper better just like the Internet nobody forced us to use it like smartphones. Nobody forces anybody. Use People are adopting crypto. Because they're better right right now. The better forms of value soon. They're going to be better forms of services and goods. That's what we're building. That's what all of these builders that are building these protocols are doing and so like an what I see in the protection being gold confiscation for example as these protocols build up there so distributed even the physical networks of gold will form new voluntary decentralized associations today for example in gold. The biggest association has called the London Bullion Market Association. It's a bunch of banks. Thanks primarily in a bunch of bank service providers primarily and they basically form does olive -opoly about two hundred years ago and it all stems from the government because all the banks. I'm from the government right now so I see the opportunity being a bunch of decentralized volts for example that all voluntarily choose to be part of a group that holds the same standard. Under in the more you have and mash any sort whether it's physical or digital it becomes way harder to deal with because it becomes part of the fabric of the supply and that's really where I think things are going gold. This happens to be a really Nice beach head because it's really light touch from a regulatory standpoint relative to other commodities and of Kursk plays the central role as the anchor of our modern day commerce system. So how are you integrating that into a blockchain. You know this is you know. Let's let's get down interrupted we get. I'm glad we got all this stuff in but you were saying all right we have it under twenty four seven three sixty five video surveillance in Texas. Okay you know better not but you know what so then you go and it's insured by Lloyd's somebody comes in. They do Italian job on it. And you know it's not gonNA get stolen without being replaced okay. There's that and then what was the next feature so that you can pay a pure pure without any KYC you only not want redemption which we allow one gram ten gram hundred gram and then kilo bars which revolted in the vaults. G can take delivery of the gold. You do have the KYC if you buy directly unless you have to see if you transfer it to somebody else you do not have cutaways out transferring it if they're on your system in your club have your crib. No no wasn't a cerium wallet. So any theory wallet like Monarch Edges. What we prefer anyone that allows you to put in your see token that that we are in our wallet you can literally start accepting the goal token okay as what it comes in as a theorem or you? Just add that crypto to your wallet what what it comes in as an AG L. D. token seeing a little bit theory him up Pixie dust. They're basically move it around now but you know you basically can then push lead to another wallet that is just an GOP goal token each goal token represents and that you can basically then send people grams or parts of grams of gold peer to peer. Okay we were timeout man humid. So that's another thing. Paul going discussed Paul now. The came big Paul fans in the beginning when screaming. ninetieth grandma. Just button for crypto wallet. Because are you kidding me. All right spell Paul play when they did airbeds. He's like they're going to go here. I go thank you oh my goodness I wanNA slap these crypto guys around. Oh you're justice and you consider this just when you guys keep talking about. So what happens is when I have a account with you. Am I signing up through a web page or am I just downloading downloading wallet. And just getting the CRYPTO. I mean how do I trade it just added to my coins on.

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Trump: US is 'learning much' from Russian missile explosion

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

03:46 min | 2 years ago

Trump: US is 'learning much' from Russian missile explosion

"Dark about the sinking of the kursk nuclear submarine killing all one hundred eighteen sailors on board leading to harsh criticism of new russian president vladimir putin tonight more questions than answers answers remain as vladimir putin's office still has not commented at all on the explosion leading russians and the world guessing how dangerous the aftermath might be and we'll just to give you an idea of how low the confidence and the local authorities and their information is with the people who live in that area. We're getting being media. Reports that apparently there was a run on pharmacies in the adjacent towns in that area people buying iodine tablets obviously to try and counteract any sort of radiation they believe could be in the air

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"kursk" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

Full Cast And Crew

15:08 min | 2 years ago

"kursk" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

"We've done we did the thing we've done like the horror movie. We've done Saturday night fever. We've done the baseball movie whose name shall not be spoken. We've done a lot everything what happened. We done you know like what is we've done. A lot of indies. A lot of eighties nineties indies might be time for fighting robots. I don't know it was nice to see Burt Lancaster. We could do <hes> Erdman Alcatraz or what about run silent run Debrecen silent. I love submarine was just thinking what was I thinking Chris. Somehow the other day I had a fair. This might have been a dream or a passing thought but I had some story where he came to me that I was like. It's time to make a submarine movie again. I had one but now I can't remember what it was. I can't remember if I dreamed this or whether this actually happened. What actually like you actually thought ought because I think it's still counts as the same? If you dreamed it or hell I can't remember if I was having a dream and in the dream I stumbled upon a contemporary submarine story and thought this is a great submarine story and we haven't had a great submarine moving awhile this would be agree time to make a good submarine movie. I can't remember if that was just a dream and then I woke up there. Never was a submarine story that I had seized upon or whether actually read about something submarine related and thought this would be a good summary movie regardless. Yes I think the point stands that we have not had a great submarine movie in Probably Twenty Twenty five years like I mean Daas boot. I know there was K- nineteen widowmaker which I don't think counts as a good account Jon Bon Jovi I dunno I know it was with Liam. Niessen and Harrison Ford both speaking with brushing accents and there was one with Moat. We could do that with Matthew mcconaughey where he plays a submarine Captain God. What are you save? Why don't you save your or anger at huge and put it on Matthew mcconaughey shoulders who deserves it a hell of a lot more than hugh did about what how about what McConnell hey does what kind of talent squanders it I think they I think both both men are talented? I think Hugh Jackman is way more talented. This was not this is criticism of us. He does the movies. We didn't go see the MRS our fall the criticism of the fault that we do go see the bad ones. Nobody we saw pan again. I'm knocking him. I'm glad he gets even Paul McCartney and John Lennon with sit down and write a swimming pool who funny thanks be. Actually there is a submarine movie becoming out is they're saying what maybe with Colin Firth caused who Colin Colin Firth on a submarine. What the Hell Is this submarine movie starring sinking of the Kursk? What's it called course this horrible you watched so far I just looked at the photo and his directed by Thomas Winterberg and the film follows the two thousand K. One four one Kursk submarine disaster in the governmental on negligence that followed as sailors fight for survival? Their families desperately battled political obstacles and impossible odds to save them but it sounds fun. They all died spoiler alert through. You haven't seen yet waves. Thomas Kursk submarine was Kursk Russian Okay so who's Colin Firth David Russell some Brit. What's he trying to save them? All like sounds colonialist to me. Chris let me see the Russians are capable of saving their own submarine thing. I don't think they would have well this is this is Putin it right now why to save the owner right now. This movie is not going to be good. Oh Wow all right well five bucks okay. When's it come out? Well wait forget it to Belgium production. Hey wait anyway. They made a movie of this the Donald Story. Who Have you seen that documentary which Donald Crowhurst is out? The documentaries called no than that I got anymore. I gotta give you a little more okay this documentary. It's called deep water. Have I've seen deepwater no brilliant necessary incredible. It's about <hes> The nineteen sixty-nine Sunday Times Golden Globe Yacht race around the world in which solitary a sailor's set out to circumnavigate the globe <hes> and the the individual it follows a bunch of individual sailors stories but the one that it focuses on this Guy Donald. Oh Crowhurst who I'm not gonNA ruin this for people haven't seen it. You really have to see it if you don't know the story it's something goes wrong. You really have to see it <hes> they and they also did make a fictionalized version also called deep water. I like conference. Don't Yes yes apparently plays Donald Crowhurst which is pretty good casting. I have to wrestle beal. Oh sorry well. He's on the freaking poster of a book. He's on the poster. No he plays Donald Crowhurst doesn't he did what are you looking at Colin Firth Donald Crowhurst. I was going to different movie. I guess it's called the mercy. Oh I was the documentary why he's not in the documentary Russell beal. I guess is the voice over or something. I don't know I'm Jason. What do you want from me Colin Firth? Let's see he's funny. He's a good comic actor Colin Firth Yeah what's he been funny in all very rigid Jones Diary Kingman Kingsman Secret Service Kingsman Chris. Are you freaking serious saw single man at wouldn't funny Chris how have do not seen kingsman. That is such a good movie I do. I did hear it's just haven't there's a lot of content. That's that's all I got to watch kingsman. It's so go of it and I I will assistant no just just content. I can't believe you haven't seen seen that I really can't that's shocking to me. Have you seen Mama me. If you've seen Mama Mia and you did fine mommy on be honest. I've not seen Mama Mia more than twice. I mean Shit to get back to what does this moving to get back. Yes yes everything that you're saying everything that I've read. I'm not trying to convince you of anything. Chris all entitled Your Own Opinion. I what I'm saying be a forceful presence. I'm aware don't don't won't change your way of thinking just because I'm not he laid out Jason John Only case not only are not your gut reaction and all that I'm getting at is I think because I watched it for this documentary entry for the document I think because I watched it three tenths. I can't wait till Aero Moore's films up there. You'll be in the primaries as Steve Bannon because I watched it for this podcast. Yes I think are you resemble. No no when in with an analytical viewpoint looking on your heart light man. That's what I'm saying said. I think I made a miss. We're safe well which is hard Chris nothing to me pages of notes over here. I don't know what you have made sure. We'll see what well those notes today. I did not make them eighty three British bill forsyth. I knew from get go MAC was not Scottish woo clever one was it because he was American and presented as such tipped you off because he was of Hungarian descent as he admitted I got a.

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"kursk" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"kursk" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"The of murder and attempted murder Edward Gallagher was accused of killing a captured ISIS fighter and firing on civilians Gallagher was found guilty on a charge of posing for a picture with the dead isis fighter a mystery surrounding the P. Mike pence's lingering pence abruptly canceled a scheduled speech in New Hampshire today so he could be at the White House but officials said there was no cause for alarm and stress that there was no issue with president trump's health or national security one senior official said something came up the now yanked Nike Betsy Ross shoes are selling for big Bucks online Sports Illustrated reports the air Max one USA issue has been selling for over two thousand dollars on stock X. dot com engine trouble may have caused a North Texas plane crash which left ten people dead crew comment regarding a problem with the left engine occurred about eight seconds before the end of the recording NTSB vice chairman Bruce Landsberg says audio on the cockpit recorder shows there was some confusion in the cockpit before Sunday's crash at Addison airport OPEC is taking action that will likely keep gas prices elevated in the U. S. the OPEC alliance has agreed to production cuts as they look to prop up oil prices worldwide the price of crude oil has risen more than twenty five percent so far this year after the US put sanctions on Iran and Venezuela causing their output to drop OPEC however is concerned about weak global demand sparked by the US China trade war bills and for NBC news radio the U. S. women's national soccer team is through to the final match of the women's World Cup in France the U. S. beat England today by a score of two to one the final match will take place on Sunday team USA is looking to repeat as World Cup champions after winning it all in twenty fifteen your listening to the latest from NBC news radio fourteen sailors on board a Russian military submersible have died at after a fire broke out the ministry of defense says the vessel was carrying out a survey when the incident occurred service personnel died from suffocation Russian defense officials say the vessel is now it's a nearby naval base when investigation has begun this is the latest fatal incident on board a Russian submarine or submersible in two thousand a hundred eighteen sailors died in the sinking of the Kursk cruise missile submarine and in two thousand eight twenty people were killed on another vessel when gas was released from a fire extinguishing system rust Cullen Moscow several packaged fresh vegetables are being recalled due to bacteria that can cause listeriosis growers express is voluntarily recalling select products sold under the brands green giant trader.

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"kursk" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"kursk" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Kursk submarine sank killing all one hundred eighteen personnel aboard as NPR's Lucy and Kim stocks finished modestly higher on Wall Street today by led by utilities and real estate companies this is NPR and you're listening to W. NYC in New York I'm Jamie Floyd family and friends are remembering former NYPD detective who fought to renew the September eleventh victim compensation fund and awake being held today at towers funeral home in Oceanside on Long Island Luis Alvarez died over the weekend of complications from cancer he fought for health care and other benefits for nine eleven first responders right up until his staff here's all over as testifying before Congress just last month it is my legacy see there you do the right thing for all ninety seven nine eleven responds our as was a retired NYPD bomb squad detective and spent three months at ground zero his funeral the health tomorrow and Immaculate Conception church in Astoria queens the one time deputy chief of staff and former New Jersey governor for former New Jersey governor Chris Christie will not have to report to prison next week for her role in the Bridgegate scandal is the latest update while the US Supreme Court reviews the bridge K. case a federal judge ordered that bridge Dan Kelly will not have to start serving her thirteen month old sentence this comes after bill Peroni the former deputy director of the Port Authority was freed after starting his eighteen month sentence back in April the two were convicted of fraud and civil rights violations for the lane closures leading to the George Washington bridge that created days of gridlock back in two thousand thirteen the Supreme Court will hear the case when it's back in session in October and speaking with New Jersey governor Phil Murphy has signed legislation to expand the state's medical marijuana program Jake Hoenig compassionate use medical cannabis act was named after the seven year old boy from Monmouth who died last year after a fight with brain tumor but his father says the traditional treatments like oxy code own and morphine did not help relieve the voice pain but medical marijuana made the last days of Jake's life joyful it was a able to watch movies he was able to go on his iPad but most of all he was able to laugh again and the medical cannabis allowed for Jake's personality to shine through his cancer the bill signed today and to law expands the number of illnesses eligible for medical marijuana increases the number of providers to and phases out the sales tax on medical cannabis purchases by the year.

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"kursk" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"kursk" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Georgia's just great to be all. Thank you, Walter. Dr cohn's a great knowledgeable. Guess georgia? I was telling Gina. You know this, this thing we have with Russia's totally irrational because. the russians fought a great battle the tank battle of kursk in july of nineteen forty three which dr cohen is undoubtedly aware of and the russians already had hitler's germany on the run by the time we landed on d day you know what i mean so we only other our freedom this this animosity we have as russia's totally irrational and even china would not exist because had we not defeated the access japan would've taken over china all you have to do is look at what they did you know that the rape of man king in nineteen thirty seven well you know you're right not only got a minute before the break stephen will come back from final calls but after world war two i mean the soviet union was our ally they went after the nazis with us what happened i mean how did we develop this cold war bitterness after a world war two we may have to come back after the break but let's credit welter who just called in he saw what i saw you know there was the way it was at the seventieth and seventy fifth anniversary i forget which of the american landing at normandy called d. day right yeah it was a few days ago russia would not invited right let me repeat that anniversary seventy or seventy fifth nineteen forty four seventy fifth i guess i can't do math but putin was not invited all the allied countries were there but who had destroyed the nazi army prior to d day the soviets hitler had no divisions to throw against the american stephen we're at the break let's talk more about this when we come back and take final phone calls on coast to coast to coast.

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"kursk" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"kursk" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Into trump it looked like he'd be able to come on that he was going to i did too but the trump reactivated not trump with the election of trump so the democrats they create this russia gate thing and now no there's no chance coming home walter and allentown pennsylvania hey walt go ahead georgia's all he just great to be only a sir thank you walter and dr coins great knowledgeable guess georgia was telling You know this, this thing we have with Russia's totally irrational because. the russians spot a great battle the time battle of kursk in july of nineteen forty three which dr cohen on bodily aware of and the russians already had hitler's germany on the run by the time we landed on deed day you know what i mean so we always other our freedom this the santa mossy we have as russia's totally irrational and even china would not exist because had we not defeated the access japan would've taking over china all you have to do is look at what they did you know that the rape of nanking in nineteen thirty seven well you know you're right not only got a minute before the break stephen will come back for final calls but after world war two i mean the soviet union was our ally i mean they went after the nazis with us what happened i mean how did we develop this cold war bitterness after a world war two we may have to come back after break but let's credit walter who just called in he saw what i saw there was the was at the seventieth and seventy fifth anniversary i forget which of the american landing at normandy called d. day right yeah it was a few days ago who would not invited Repeat that. Anniversary seventy or seventy fifth nineteen forty four seventy fifth. I guess. I can't do math but. putin was not invited all the allied countries were there but who had this void the nazi arming prior to d day the soviets had no divisions throw against the american don stephen we're at the break let's talk more about this when we come back and take final phone calls on coast.

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"kursk" Discussed on Answer Me This!

Answer Me This!

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"kursk" Discussed on Answer Me This!

"You did. Trump Goto love island on his state visit. Who is more powerful, Gandolfo where his bed. Lost episode. We had a question about whether the Queen has her own cinema. What a world of change this is Helen we did with the Queen spit swallow in year one. Now, he's does she have a private cinema very highbrow. Anyway, I a message off to that for a friend of mine who will keep anonymous in case. This is compromising their source, but they have seen the Queen cinema. I'm being in it and what's to film in it. Yes, they said, we went to Buckingham Palace ones as one of the staff's friends and family movie screening evenings. We saw the adjustment bureau is Matt Damon Vilkov cuff, Kursk songs fiction. We were told that the project to, they were using belong to Prince Philip and had been given to him as a gift at some point it wasn't digital. So they must have access to film versions of films. That is so British Royal family, isn't it? I should like every other countries real family would have one might have gold win. They says what was a bit odd about the projection was that for some of the scenes, the footage seemed to be from a rough cut, or at least not the finished film film, crews lights and microphones were all well within view for a couple of scenes, it was confusing because the movie has a conspiratory theme to it. Throughout. And when we first saw it, we thought these visible artifact of recording directing with some clever joke within the movie about surveillance of the main characters I watched the scenes elsewhere, they won't jokes. It's not that clever film. That's like when you watch the airplane version of film. Sometimes it's not important. And sometimes you just think getting the whole picture here. Bahamian rhapsody on the way back from New York the other day with no swearing and no sex pets. And it just I got it. But it just felt like I was watching the trailer is not weird that you would think living in a palace, what luxury and you not even getting finished cut of the film, the sounds even being mixed. Sure. But getting a sneak preview of a film is a kind of luxury in and of itself. I know what you mean. I'd prefer to see the finish thing personally, it's a nice invitation to receive isn't it even if the film is shit if my mate works in a very old woman's house and said, would you like to come here and watch an unfinished film? I normally say no. In this instance, you can see it was a nice evening, out other any films that you were serving Lockton to see that you wouldn't accept an invitation to what's the Buckingham Palace in cinema. All good question. I made a promise to myself, never to watch another Star Wars movie ever after which one one where they will crown talking shit in the desert, you watch one store was firmer..

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"kursk" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"kursk" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"When you have clear. It's almost a fight for me every time because bring you right to the head of the line put it isn't a Senate. Thank you. Right. So it's this TSA thing. Like, you get it. Okay. And every time, you know, the line is so deep I cut everybody. I've paid for clear I do. A finger press thing, and then you have this escort. That brings you up. It's the US Kursk, and you you cut everybody else in line in the person waves you over and because people don't know what it is. There's all the people mind, but what the fuck is this guy? And then it's like, I try to do the thing where it's like if you're at a certain point the line. I'll let you go ahead of me. And then the next guy things like, oh, well, so I'm just like, well, look, I didn't get escort it up to the front of this whole thing for no reason, you should just say I'm a celebrity, but you watch get up randomly. He wants to get up two weeks. My hits on Tuesday and Thursday were killer as and the Bs. The other thing I love it airports is when the planes about the board, and they have the sections, and it's like first class and platinum members and they get to go first military. There's always the old couple in the front absolute at pretends. They don't know about his own one thing and just try to get on and half the time at work. It were so kind that people like all right? Just you know, it's not zone one yet. But go ahead. But then half the other half the personal say, it's only own one. And they and they just get shoved back. Yeah. They just start looking around. What's dan? It's like when it doesn't work to bear. So you know, what happens there is? That's when you grab a guy in you, go. Hey, you know, what I don't really wanna walk from this terminal of that terminal. Do you have anybody who could just maybe push me around in a chair like myself, like I I don't know if the person who doesn't need the wheelchairs winning or losing. You know what I mean? I'm afraid to say. Do you ever hear my coffee idea for airports? Surly? Everybody is at five thirty six in the morning. Coffee. Yeah. I mean coffee, and it's always the one line and people are waiting, and there's always somebody five people had of you who decides to order like forty eight dollars worth of stuff and a bagel and everybody's just like can I have coffee. I think these coffee places there should be a special airport coffee pass where it's like twenty dollars a year. And it's like clear, it's it's clear for coffee us get the bypass everybody. Get IGA walked you get escorted to the front of the coffee land by some clear purse. Okay, good. You think they in the coffee right away? And I don't care if you hate me 'cause I haven't had coffee. I'm ready to fight everybody yet. That's a good call because the clear thing I would pay, but it would have to blame. I read the PSA coffee thing than you would just be aligned with everybody else. They should combine the coffee in the TSA and clear it or should we all be one thing? Yeah. So if you're in that line, there's any loss meaning yes, the one LaRussa who can carry through security. Yeah. It's an hour. Esta who makes it makes you a Latina as you're taking off your belt? I'm thinking about the t shirts, right? Now, you're cleared for coffee. I'm on a streak right now, I've been recognized that thirty eight straight TSA stops. Are you serious you keep track? Now, a making up the number. Oh, but going up being on countdown for two years. It is raised my street cred with TSA too. Hey, man, has Jalen. Jalen Jalen in airports is the most popular person who's ever live. If you went through an airport with Jalen it is like walking into China with Michael Jackson in nineteen Eighty-eight. He's is every single person at airport loves Jalen to too alarming degrees. Yeah. These Dusit have a hard time with all the celebrity. No one's in jail. Jalen just jobs because you know, what? Jalen also is great at he's greeted at at playing along making you feel good..

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"kursk" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

07:13 min | 3 years ago

"kursk" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"What you do is you place. These little motion by patients sensors, they look like normal garden lights running property and a base station monitors. What those sensors see and they can distinguish between a human and say a dog. And if it does see something that doesn't like it's going to lurch you on your app, and then it's going to let you decide whether or not to release the hound meeting the drone. And once the drone is launch. You can watch on your phone. Via the camera on the quad copter. And if someone's up to no good, hopefully, it'll scare them away is not going to be cheap on top of the initial cost service must be at least a few hundred dollars a month. And even if they are released it's like, it's not gonna be so easy. The FAA keeps a pretty tight grip on drone regulation, especially if you live anywhere near the vicinity of an airport, but talk about a RoboCop. I see a lot of problems a lot of issues before this thing actually takes off. A lot of people use GPS apps. Got apple maps, Google, maps and ways in ways is really geared towards drivers. Since the maps are updated in real time by people actually use the app. Let other people know about traffic delays and construction, but they also tell you about speed traps in in some areas DWI checkpoints, well, the New York police department, they're not happy about it at all a scented season desist letter to Google because they own ways, and they want Google and ways to knock it off saying that it's creating a dangerous situation by alerting people checkpoints, which could potentially help impaired drivers or other criminals, avoid them. Now, Google says they're informing drivers about speed traps. So it sounds like the NYPD isn't going to change people's mind. Interesting legal fight if police actually tried to enforce their letter, maybe some people just need to change their ways, get it. You almost last can't make eye contact with you right now. Why can't embarrassing? Sorry. Hey, do you remember that viral video of the BBC dad guy by the name of Robert Kelly? He was doing an interview about South Korean politics when a small kids kept coming in and out of the room and the way she crouched down to get the kids to come to the kitchen. Anyway, those crazy moments might be gone for good. Here's why Skype has introduced new background blurring feature that uses artificial intelligence to pick out faces. And then it blurs everything else to keep the focus only on you. And it can also identify arms and hair like your heads floating in this blurry nothingness, you wanna give it a try just go ahead as long as you have the latest version of Skype on your desktop, your laptop turn the feature on the settings menu or hover over the video call button, and you're going to bring up an option which can make that fifteen minute cleanup, a two second mouse clip, but keep in mind Skype does have a disclaimer saying. They can't guarantee that your background will always be blurred. So probably a good idea to get the laundry picked up and put away just in case. Now, when you think of high end audio there's probably a company that comes to mind, right, bows? I mean, they've been around a long time. They're known for premium audio equipment. I mean, it's really hard to be the Bose noise cancelling headphones. But now they have something different there called the Bose frames. Basically their son classes with a soundtrack we've seen sunglasses with speakers built in before. But Bose has actually taken a different approach these tiny bluetooth speakers are built into the arms. And when you put the glasses on there just in front of your ears. Not inside the so you'll be able to hear the speakers while you're also where was going on. Glasses are really meant for authentic reality. Bose is going to launch their own platform. Bows AR later on the sheer. There's no visual overlays air by sound easy. It's also loaded with a gyroscope and nine axis head tracking that let the glasses know where you're located which looking at. So if you're on a tour, for example, your Bose frames can tell you where to go since it's tied to your smartphones. GPS and then describe what you're seeing along the way can also opened the doors for kinds of apps, and it's going to be available sometime around March two styles. Oppose frames two hundred bucks a pair of glasses with built in tech. They actually look better than anything that Google glass would even imagine that it should be. And there's another shoe maker that's getting into the self lacing department. That's right. And they're looking for people to test them out. Maybe could be you. Remember nike? They had the first self lacing shoes. Back in two thousand fifteen. It was a tribute of back to the future part two. And this month released an upgraded version now with bluetooth control Dan through an app now Puma they released their own self lacing shoes in two thousand sixteen but they're also working on a follow. And they say the latest version is going to adapt to your foot by swiping a module on the shoe's tongue. And then adjustments can be made through a smartphone app. Just like Nike's L and these get their power from a wireless charging pad, isn't that something? So if you want us for your name in the hat or your feet shoes, download Pumas Puma track training app on your iphone or Android and your sign up to be notified. When registration happens Houma caused their shoes. Five was stands for foot intelligence expense about three hundred and thirty dollars a pair. Just like Nike. That's quite a price to pay for not wanting to tie your shoes. And finally, you know, how you carry those small thumb drives those small USB drives around. They're definitely handy for transferring files and keeping backups if you're not using cloud storage, but because they're really small they're super easy to place, and sometimes they just never turn up again. And when you lose them, sometimes you just have to retrace your steps, maybe after the car, maybe dropped into the coffee shop or maybe it got eaten by seal. Yes, we have a mystery on our hands folks, a working USB memory. Stick was found in a place. You might not expect inside frozen seal feces on a beach in New Zealand it began when scientists were clicking collecting the feces or Scott as called to study the health of leopard seals in late twenty seventeen when they got what they needed. They store it in the freezer, and then once the contents were thought out there like oh my gosh. Look, there's a USB drive in here. And it was on a vacation video and photos. People kayaking with sea lions there trying to reunite the USB drive at the owners. They just don't know who they are. It's definitely a unique wave recovering something that you lost. I mean, I can tell you. It was missing air pibe. I don't think you'll be going back in my ear. But then you took and taking a look at some of the pictures. Those are some crappy vacation photos. Instead of a USB drive. It's more like a US B M drive. I know. Kursk stuff. A computer? So you should have a backup of all the data. That's on that device at least one backup if not more. I recommend.

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"kursk" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

12:50 min | 3 years ago

"kursk" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Putin and you cheer for it's impossible when you read this you realize that he's up against a world that he didn't create and he's trying to solve it for his own advancement and his colleagues are trying to solve the same world. In fact, I don't see Putin as a warlord I see him as a chief of staff for somebody who doesn't quite exist. Kind of like the missing Sar. He's putting back together all of the property and all the king's men who fell apart in the eighty years of the Soviet state which had become the word is sclerotic leave it there, inactive dysfunctional Putin is constructing this and he's moving through till he gets to Yeltsin's administration. The second term this is in the late nineties, and Vladimir Putin sees as no one else does because he's right there. He becomes a very important assistant Yeltsin that the family is is inept, in fact, they've they've completely exhausted. Everybody's ability to make excuses for them. Was Yeltsin the only one who saw that was he the one who is in the best position to take advantage of the carrot. When when we're talking we're talking about whether Putin size. Yes. Putin see the dysfunction of the family and did he c-? He could take advantage of it. Yes. I think so I I he became the kind of right hand person to Yeltsin's daughter, and they used to sit together people report that they were always seen together. She would be his emissary and trying to get enemies to resign and so forth. So she she increasingly relied on Putin. You know, very sober person. Somebody who had some influence with her father together they would shape his decisions and the third person in that trio was bears off the oligarch at the time. So it's Tatyana Dyachenko. That's the daughter Boris Berezovsky. And then Putin again, he's in the Butler role. He's in the chiefs. Staff role. He's in the fixer all go to go to go to what they call him. Volodia go to Volodia he'll take care of it. That's right. That's right. He he'll fix it. And and by this time of checks, the mayor of ups and Petersburg had fled to Paris with Houghton help. And so there was that they that Putin didn't let down turn in Chuck, and he's not going to let us down. There's a real fear of imprisonment in this inner group of of of China, and Yeltsin real fear that people could rise up. So there was fear for their personal safety and for the future of their money. And of course, there's excuse very interested in that insecure in his own wealth as well talking about the money. There's a wonderful term for a state like Russia the rent here state classic rents here state. But I like another term that a colleague of yours admires. What is he calls? It a mobile. Capital flight. Yes, that's what it is everybody in Russia who has money is always aware that at any moment, they could show up at the door and you'll never get access to your money. So they keep moving it overseas. Wherever wherever they think, it's safest. Yeah. Mobile capital flight cast. Yeah. It's a great term. I think and and you know, the money is just flooding out of Russia, though, the whole time raw materials rare earth metals any anything that had a value abroad. The gold. Reserve just disappear. So everybody was involved in this. And and Putin was making it possible. He wasn't he. Yes, he was acquiring very good stereos. And yes, he liked to take vacations, and and apparently he and his wife were not on the best of terms patina. She was getting good jobs that brought money extra money into the family. But he was the the servant to the really rich. People who needed access to overseas accounts are needed people to cover up for them. Right. I don't think that Putin ever worked because they needed money. I think that she she worked because she was a connection to his business interests. Let's focus on Barra's off skate because Baranovsky now deceased under what you'd have to say cloudy circumstances said to have committed suicide by himself in a mansion in London without leaving a note. But there again, that's the mystery of Russia for the last thousand years Barisan ski regarded Putin. How? There's Ascii rebar regarded Putin first of all as his savior. He's sought. He came to the United States had a meeting with Strobe Talbott and said, there's this guy Putin he's going to continue privatization. He's he's very, you know, he's going to stabilize the country is going to work with a west and so forth at the same time within one week of Putin coming to power bears off is on record is saying what saying what have we done? We've let the back Colonel and within one week in two thousand. So he he he did not understand that Putin was playing a double game that he was saying that he would assure privatization and the wealth of the one hand while reassuring his own up and coming the guards that there was going to read it re be a redistribution of wealth away from the nineties all the cards to his own people. It's august. Nine hundred ninety nine by Yeltsin is incapable of managing the the disasters. The crises across Russia, especially Chechnya Chechnya remains unconquered. There's an incursion into Dagestan, which is all this is all Caucasus has has to do with the the rising of the Islamic the Islamist elephants in the Caucasus. But you can't see that clearly in one thousand nine hundred nine Putin takes command as prime minister to fight the Chechen war, and he makes promises to the American to the Russian people. Do they believe him? Oh, yeah. Absolutely. I mean, he wrote into power on a renewed Chechen war, and many people would say in the evidence is is presented in the book that that war was, you know, the tail wagging the dog that it was decided that in order to get themselves elected that they needed a small successful war. So one was purchased and Chechen leaders. I mean, there's corruption on all sides, right? Chechen leaders where obliging, and they they started this whole thing between August thirty first and September sixteenth. Correct. Me professor of I get this wrong. Five bombs. Go off several of them in sleeping residents around Moscow around the ring highway, hundreds of people die. That's blamed on Chechnya. You prevent you present evidence this very carefully worked through by journalists. Some of whom are no longer with us the demonstrate that this was a false flag operation run by the FSP or some version of the FSP. Right. I I I focus really on the one case of the bomb that didn't go off because there was one bomb in a city called Ryazan that didn't go off panicked and careful residents noticed trouble. And they ultimately were able to defuse the bomb. See what the bomb was made of they'd saw who brought the bomb. They even arrested tree FSP officials, and do we at this point have evidence that links that to Putin to the apparatus this was a lot of turmoil. This point Yeltsin was incapable was there a larger apparatus besides Putin could have run this. Well, I think what all one can say is that Putin was head of the F B when these operations had been implant that's pretty effective. Let's go to becoming acting president of December Russia's in a panic. Now, we had the the currency collapsed in ninety eight. And Putin, and Yeltsin is drinking noticeably in public, especially when visits Washington there are lots of excuses. The family is plundering there. Lots of there are lots of details here, but they're plundering the state their extravagant acting president December thirty first nineteen ninety nine and he's almost confessional. When he takes over this rain. He tells himself he calls Russia. The idea an alloy, what's he talking about? He's talking about this is an indecember. He he he gives a millennial address. And he's talking about the need for the ancient values of Russia. The desire for unity community, of course, ideas of the Russian soul, and so forth and orthodoxy to be mixed with western desire to be part of the west be modern modern, especially so you talking about an alloy there. He's not talking about democracy, though. No, he's talking about something. We don't have a name for it. Do we Karen I couldn't find one, and although they used the word democracy, and then they'll qualified a little bit just turn the page a little bit. Let's go to the election. It's March of two thousand at this point won't debate. Anybody he just is going to run on the idea of a unified state by state. I need to ask you, professor. He means a lot a much more powerful state than we've ever had in the United States is my reading is that fair. Oh, absolutely. You know, the the thing is. The Russian leaders they have a country, which is eleven time zones wide. So if we left New York today and flew we get to Indian and we'd still be in Russia. You know, it's a massive operation. And so they they have this belief that it can only be done through central control. We might actually completely disagree with that. But that's not their view that central control is critical in the problem of the nineties was the state was collapsing subject is February of two thousand right before Putin's elected Boers and Barisan ski will flee later that year. But there's an event in between that becomes important to understand. Why Putin will turn on the media? It's kursk. What happens professor? Well, in in Kursk, there was a a nuclear powered submarine that was hit by a torpedo. From its own misfire. This is a brand new submarine in the northern fleet in was being taken out for trials. Yes. Just launched a torpedo that the west had never seen. So I think it was very interesting experience exercise for everybody. And this submarine loaded with young men went to the bottom of the Barents Sea the northern most see while Putin was in his doctor in Sochi. Yes. He was in the south water skiing. So, you know, the imagery was couldn't have been worse, and it took him days to to realize that he needed to go back to Moscow to be in charge of of this crisis. I mean, it was a it was an example of the most unbelievable misstep on his part. But at the same time the opposition media was playing the contrast between these two events it really finished it for him. In terms of the media, right? They blamed the Dagestani as they blame the US. They blamed the minister of then blamed everybody, they they're very good at blame shifting and Putin. Looks to have acknowledged afterwards that he might have handled it better. He looks at almost well, not quite apologetic. But certainly he was learning on the job is that when he turns on the media after cars, right? I mean, I think it's very typical of Putin that his view is that if something goes wrong for him. It's the problem of PR. You know, it's not it's not anything fundamental. How could it be? You know? As he said when talking about Kursk, I I have the same command and control capability, and so cheap that I do in Moscow. But it looked at what he didn't focus on is. Why there was there was no rescue capability in the Russian fleet. Karen do wish the book is Putin's Cup talk. Kleptocracy who owns Russia.

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"kursk" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

12:54 min | 3 years ago

"kursk" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Us through the steps Vladimir Putin and you cheer for it's impossible when you read this you realize that he's up against a world that he didn't create and he's trying to solve it for his own advancement and his colleagues are trying to solve the same world. In fact, I don't see Putin as a warlord see him as a chief of staff for somebody who doesn't quite exist conflict missing Sar. He's putting back together all of the property and all the king's men who fell apart in the eighty years of the Soviet state which had become the word is sclerotic. I'll leave it there inactive dysfunctional Putin is constructing this and he's moving through till he gets to Yeltsin's administration. The second term this is in the late nineties, and Vladimir Putin sees as no one else does because he's right there. He becomes a very important assistant Yeltsin that the family is a is inept, in fact. They've they've completely exhausted. Everybody's ability to make excuses for them was Yeltsin the only one who saw that was he the one who is in the best position to take advantage of it. Karen? When you when we're talking we're talking about whether Putin size. Yes. Putin see the dysfunction of the family. And did he see that? He could take advantage of it. I think so I I he became the kind of right hand person to Yeltsin's daughter, and they used to sit together people report that they were always seem together. She would be his emissary and trying to get enemies to resign and so forth. So she she increasingly relied on Putin. You know, it's a very sober person. As somebody who had some influence with her father together, they would shape his decisions and the third person in. That trio was there bears off Tara's Oscar the oligarch at the time. So it's Tatyana Jan chanko. That's the daughter Boris Berezovsky. And then Putin again, he's in the Butler role. He's in the chiefs. Staffer he's in the fixer role. Go to go to go to what they call him Volodia, go to Volodia, he'll take care of it. That's right. That's right. He'll fix it. And and by this time of Chuck, the mayor of of some Petersburg had fled to Paris with who Tim's help. And so their view was that they that Putin didn't let down turn in Chuck, and he's not going to let us down. There's a real fear of imprisonment in this inner group of of of to China and uh Yeltsin real fear that people could rise up. So there was fear for their personal safety and for the future of their money. And of course, there's off skew very interested in that insecure his own wealth as well. Talking about the money. There's a wonderful term for a state like Russia, the wrench your state classic rent here state. But I like another term that a colleague of yours admires what he calls it a mobile cap. Capital flight. Yes, that's what it is everybody in Russia who has money is always aware that at any moment, they could show up at the door and you'll never get access to your money. So they keep moving it overseas. Wherever wherever they think, it's safest mobile capital flight cast. Yeah, it's a great term. I think and and you know, the money is just flooding out of Russia. The whole time raw materials rare earth metals any anything that had a value abroad. The gold. Reserve. Disappear. So everybody was involved in this. And and Putin was making it possible. He wasn't he. Yes, he was acquiring very good stereos. And yes, he liked to take vacations and an apparently he and his wife were not on the best of terms patina. She was getting good jobs that brought money extra money into the family. But he was the the servant to the really rich. People who needed access to overseas accounts are needed people to cover up for them. Right. I don't think that Putin a ever worked because they needed money. I think that she she worked because she was a connection to his business interests. Let's focus on ski because Berra's off ski now deceased under what you'd have to say cloudy circumstances. He said to have committed suicide by himself in a mansion in London without leaving a note. But there again, that's the mystery of Russia for the last thousand years Berozovksy, regarded Putin how. There's off-key rebar regarded Putin first of all as his savior. He thought he came to the United States had a meeting with Strobe Talbott and said, there's this guy Putin he's going to continue privatization. He's he's very, you know, he's gonna stabilize the country is going to work with the west and so forth at the same time within one week. A Putin coming to power bears off is on record is saying what saying what have we done? We've let the black Colonel sent within one week in two thousand. So he he he did not understand that Putin was playing a double game that he was saying that he would assure privatization, and the wealth of the oligarchy on the one hand while reassuring his own up and coming oligarchs that there was going to re re be a redistribution of wealth away from the nineties all the guards to his own people. It's August have. Nineteen ninety nine by Yeltsin is incapable of managing the of the disasters. The crises across Russia, especially Chechnya chats. Here remains on concord. There's an incursion into Dagestan, which is all this is all Caucasus has to do with the the rising of the Islamic the Islamist elephants in the Caucasus. But you can't see that clearly in one thousand nine hundred nine Putin takes command as prime minister to fight the Chechen war, and he makes promises to the to the Russian people. Do they believe you? Oh, yeah. Absolutely. I mean, he wrote into power on a renewed Chechen war, and many people would say in the evidence is is presented in the book that that war was, you know, the tail wagging the dog that it was decided that in order to get themselves elected that they needed a small successful war. So one was purchased and Chechen leaders. I mean, there's corruption on all sides, right? Chechen leaders were obliging, and they they started this whole thing between August thirty first. And September sixteenth. Correct. Me professor of I get this wrong. Five bombs. Go off several of them in a sleeping residents around Moscow around the ring highway, hundreds of people die. That's blamed on Chechnya. You prevent you present evidence this very carefully worked through by journalists. Some of whom are no longer with us the demonstrate that this was a false flag operation run by the F SP or some version of the FSP, right? I I I focus really on the one case of the bomb that didn't go off because there was one bomb in a city called Riyaz. And that didn't go off panicked and careful residents noticed trouble. And they ultimately were able to defuse the bomb. See what the bomb was made of they saw who brought the Bonda even arrested tree FSB officials, and do we at this point have evidence that links that to Putin to the apparatus this was a lot of turmoil. This point Yeltsin was incapable was there a larger apparatus besides Putin could have run this. Well, I think what all one can say is that Putin was head of the FSBA when these operations had been planned. That's pretty effective. Let's go to becoming acting president of December Russia's in a panic. Now, we had the the currency collapsed in ninety eight and Putin, and Yeltsin is drinking noticeably in public, especially when visits Washington there. Lots of excuses. The family is plundering there. Lots of there are lots of details here, but they're plundering the state their extravagant acting president December thirty first nineteen ninety nine and he's almost confessional. When he takes over this rain. He tells himself he calls Russia. The idea an alloy, what's he talking about? Talking about this is in in December. He gives a millennial address and he's talking about the need for the ancient values of Russia. The desire for unity community, of course, ideas of the Russian soul, and so forth and orthodoxy to be mixed with western desire to be part of the west be modern modern, especially so he's talking about an alloy there. He's not talking about democracy, though. No, he's talking about something. We don't have a name for do. We Karen, I couldn't find one although they use the word democracy. And then they'll qualified a little bit. Just turn the page a little bit. Let's go to the election. It's March of two thousand at this point Putin won't debate anybody he just is going to run on the idea of a unified state by state. I need to ask you, professor. He means a lot a much more powerful state than we've ever had in the United States is my reading is that fair. Oh, absolutely. You know, the the thing is the Russian leaders they have a country, which is eleven time zones white. So if we left New York today and flew we'd get to Indian and we'd still be in Russia. You know, it's a massive operation. And so they they have this belief that it can only be done through central control. We might actually completely disagree with that. But that's not their view that central control is critical. And the problem is the nineties was it state was collapsing subject is February of two thousand right before Putin's elected Boris Berezovsky will flee later that year. But there's an event in between that becomes important to understand. Why Putin will turn on the media? It's kursk. What happens professor? Well, in in Kursk, there was a a nuclear powered submarine that was hit by a torpedo from its own misfire. This is a brand new submarine in the northern fleet in was being taken out for trials. Yes. Yes. Launched a torpedo that the west had never seen. So I think it was a very interesting exercise for everybody. And this submarine loaded with young men went to the bottom of the Barents Sea, the northern most see Putin was in his doctor in Sochi. Yes. He was in the south. Water skiing. So you know, the imagery was couldn't have been worse. And it took him days to to realize if he needed to go back to Moscow to be in charge of of this crisis. I mean, it was a it was an example of the most unbelievable misstep on his part. But at the same time, the opposition media was playing the contrast between these two events it really finished it for him in terms of the media, right? They blame the Dagestanis. They blame the US. They blamed the minister of then blamed everybody. They're very good at blame shifting and Putin looks to acknowledged afterwards that he might have handled it better. He looks at almost well, not quite apologetic. But certainly he was learning on the job is that when he turns on the media after cars, right? I mean, I think it's very typical of Putin that his view is that if something. Goes wrong for him. It's the problem of PR. You know, it's not it's not anything fundamental. How could it be? As he said when talking about I I I had the same command and control capability, and so cheap that I do in Moscow. But it looked bad. What he didn't focus on is. Why there was there was no rescue capability in the Russian fleet. Karen do wish the book is Putin's Cup talk. Kleptocracy who owns Russia when we come back the kleptocrats.

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06:32 min | 3 years ago

"kursk" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"So offensive at Kursk was first proposed by Hitler saw great Field Marshall, Eric monster, and that's in the spring, but monstrance divorce commander of ninth. Army commander, general vaulter modal. This'll be modal became a field marshal. He commanded the ninth army which would be carrying out the attack. He thought it was a bad idea. It was too sloppy. It was too rushed. He could see dense Soviet fortifications before his front line. He wanted to wait. You wanted to prepare thoroughly waiting until new German tanks game online these fantastic. New wonder weapons of war? You just heard about the the Mark six tiger. There's also the Mark five panther. Of course, there's a huge tank destroyer name the elephant because of the size of its gigantic gun. These were all coming online sometime in one thousand nine forty three and modal said, let's wait months past spring turned into summer by the time July came around modal was satisfied his had the new tanks. He said we can go let's do it. And by now, his his superior Monge. Dine had changed his mind. He thought he had thought the plan up in the first place. And now he said, well, we've lost the element of surprise. We can't go ahead. Look, I might point out there. Both right model really have seen tough fortifications before his front back in the spring. He really didn't need those that new technology that was coming online much is right. They really have lost the element of surprise by July. But there was no ideal solution to the question of the curse of pensive. Robert Psotino senior historian national World War Two museum. How about the arrangement where we love? We love day on the Normandy campaign here at our museum. How about the arrangement of the Panzer divisions in Normandy? It's an old story. I'll give you the quick version. Rama wanna them at the water's edge to hit the allies the moment they landed a stat his so superior wanted them concentrated inland for a coordinated strike. Once it was clear where the allies were landing now, neither one is ideal. If you line them up all on the water's edge, and you guess wrong about worthy allies are landing your best units your tank units in the German army. You're going to be badly out of position. But rich, that's Roma's have roots. Option wrist, not having the Panzer divisions. Get into the fight at all because it was almost impossible to move by daylight under constant allied air attack. So healers decision was to let them both have some Panzer divisions lent. Ronaldo's let him have some at the water's Angela rush that concentrate some him, look, it's not a great solution. But it's hardly the crazy. Idea out there. The people side with Rommel because he's more telegenic and beautiful, and these Rommel, no one emerged find many people making a movie about maroon staff that they make movies about Rommel all the time. So even later in the war when Germany was clearly on the losing end and Hillary's generalship devolved to the to handing his outclass soldiers one stand fast order after the other you'll defend your position to the last man and bullet, even then the situation isn't all that could assure that stupid Monge Tyne was demanding the permission to carry out a mobile defense, let the Soviets come on strike them when their logistics of run out when they're least expecting a counter-blow Monge Stein claimed if we do that we could we could have fought the allies to a standstill chess Rennie freidan. A stalemate piece. So he's talking about the stalemate of late night chess game. But let's be honest. We have to rate the Vermont's actual ability to carry out a mobile defense questionable at best German forces were running low on supplies ammunition, and especially fuel and their opponents had a clear advantage in mobility. So you want to run a mobile defense. You better be fast enough at least run away and bad is questionable. So my point. Healers decisions were questionable in the course of the war. And they became worse as the war went on. They once were kind of amateurish and maybe beginner's luck. And then they became kind of defective. There's no doubt. But that was the price. He was paying the price. They all were paying for fighting a global war against a vast enemy coalition with insufficient resources munched. I had another idea he ran this one by Hitler. He wanted her to step aside. Let him man shine handle the military side while Hitler did his political thing. Rabble rouse the masses and got the on back on board with the war effort. But I think would have come up against the same kind of problems that Hitler had he had a small number of first-class Panzer divisions on a thousand mile. I bet he would've wound up looking and acting a lot like Hitler and demanding that his men fight and hold their position to the last man. Perhaps the real German problem in World War Two was not Hitler as the military commander. But Hiller is as a politician, the political supremo all the operational prowess in the world and the more. I think about World War Two the more. This becomes obvious could not make up for for for Germany and Hitler's insane political strategy conquest of great continental empire living space for the German people in slave of races deemed to be subhuman racial purification. Mass murderer for the foreseeable future. It's certainly wouldn't have ended in one thousand nine forty five forty six or nineteen fifty-five all those crackpot notions that Hitler had Ed imbibed in his days as a struggling politician in Munich in the early twenties, and maybe even earlier healer the military commander lost the war dreamt up. The senseless war dreamt up by Hitler, the Nazi Fuhrer. The probably anybody would have. I mean, come on. You can bring Julius Caesar for Napoleon or areas that God of war could put them in command of the German armies in World War Two, and I'm still not sure that they would have been able to carry out Hitler's political strategy. I mean, if that was the chosen political program, so it's an old old crocheting and with it. But it's true all the clever tactics flashy operational. Schemes handsome, leather coats James is just talked us through all of those in the world won't amount to much if your strategy is flawed, and that my friends is why Germany lost World War. Towed? Robert.

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02:49 min | 3 years ago

"kursk" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Not well he did fail. Not because he was a fanatic. But because he was indecisive and could not make clean choices between clashing courses of action proposed by his field commanders. So in all that we read echoes of the great and not so great command. Offers of the past present and future. We're never going to normalize Hitler in a moral sense. His cruelty and crimes will live on long after all of us here in this room have passed away I'm confident, but I do think we can view him more, objectively and dispassionately as a military commander. Give see minus. That's all I'm asking that. We re look at Hitler as a military commander at judges actions and not necessarily believe the things that his officers said about him after the war when he was conveniently dead, and they were writing their memoirs. So let's think about this. One point. I mentioned I want to go into a little more detail every single one of Hitler's long list of alleged blunders these magic moments in which the Germans were on the verge of winning World War Two and then suddenly Hitler Yanks victory. What does it defeat from the judge victory by some crazy decision? Every single one of them the halt order before Dunkirk in June of nineteen forty which allowed the b e f to escape the turn south towards Kiev in the Soviet campaign in August, the forty one which temporarily halted the drive on Moscow the refusal to allow sixth army to breakout from the Stalingrad pocket in November nineteen forty two. The delay in launching the Kursk offensive and forty three the failure to concentrate the Panzer divisions and nine hundred forty four Normandy. Every one of these blunders was the subject of an intense debate within the German officer corps, which Hitler often had no choice, but to adjudicate. I mean, let's be honest. I can armchair general with the best of them. Peter cannon. I know James, Ken and a lot of you in this audience can but for all our armchair generalship on World War to do any of those operational problems. I mentioned have single obviously, clear answer. And of course, the answer that question is. No, I mean is there really an ideal moment to launch the battle of curse. We could argue it back and forth and the more the drinks flow. And we argue it even more vociferiously, but we're never going to get an answer to that question. So let me talk a bit about the decision to attack near the so-called Kursk salient in the summer of nineteen forty three a German decision that went badly wrong after the war all of Hitler's commanders said. Well, he nobody wanted to do it except Hillary. He forced us to do it. And you know, his his penetrating blue eyes made him impossible to resist when he demanded these things as they all stay in their memoirs. It's creepy..

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05:34 min | 3 years ago

"kursk" Discussed on GSMC Weird News Podcast

"Where's Where's that? that? From. Welcome back to the GMC weird news podcast. I'm gonna jump into these predictions that this babba. Babbo varga. What they called her. Anyway, what she predicted for twenty nineteen. So she said it was going to be gloomy and miserable. Well, what she said. Gloom and miserable gloomy and miserable will blight twenty nineteen. Okay. So yeah. Not that stock good. It's really not because that's like now. Yeah. And assassination attempt on Vladimir Putin lookout say broad Putin. Yeah. She did because predicted him winning their twenty eighteen election. Russia's twenty thousand election. Yeah. Vladimir Putin by name was he ruling at that time. When she I don't think he was ruling. But I do believe he was like somehow involved was known. Yeah. So yeah. Predicted his win there. She predicted a mega sue NAMI that will strike Asia and that will affect Pakistan, India parts of China, Japan, Indonesia and parts of Alaska that how large this soon Omni's going. Really hope. These don't come true. Yeah. So. A meteorite that will land in Russia. If you just heard our last conversation, that's probably. Any of its aliens, my guys, so yet here it could have been the aftermath of meteorite. I don't know. But then she predicted that Donald Trump will fall ill to a mysterious illness leaving him deaf and suffering from brain trauma. She say Trump by name what she said, Donald Trump. So just a real realtor at that time. Yeah. Oh, but it's interesting because when she said Trump will fall to an illness. I don't the wording was weird because she said him. But in context is seems like like, the rain of Trump because then they mentioned that some of the government workers in like, Cuba and China have experienced illnesses that leave them hard of hearing with some kind of brain trauma, and nausea. I did hear about that. Yeah. So it could I don't know if it had deal specifically with him or maybe because he's able who work for his government. That's weird because that happened. Yeah. I don't know, man. You can connect dots. If you want to I'm going to I could he's not going to go too far right on her. On her like aliens. Gosh, she also predicted that Europe was to experience ca tech catastrophic economic collapsed, and we all know that the Queen is very sick right now. So. I didn't know that. Yeah. She's already like supposedly handed over the reins to. Because prints the prince of Wales Henry Williams, dad, or Harry, and William his dad's not gonna just going to stay prince of wells because he knows like what's the point? Right. Only have a short time. Right rain. Yes. So I did read a few times that she has been in public in like has almost collapsed if you time well that wouldn't cause economic collapse though. No because they're more just like figureheads. Yeah. So that was that she reportedly made a hundreds of predictions us like I said they were written down recorded. And then how people started getting to know who she was and how she became really big on her predictions is she predicted the sinking of the Kursk in two thousand what the Kursk is. It was a nuclear powered cruise missile submarine of the Russian navy and it actually sank in August of two thousand. And so what happened was it was in the barretts see and his sink, and it got lost one hundred eighteen people on board died. That's not good and nuclear powered cruise Maslakh you. Yeah. So she predicted that and that's kind of what blew her up a little bit. Wait. She. She's. Yeah. That's very specific. Yeah. Yeah. So with her late specifications on like white. Amir poop in or Donald Trump is like crazy 'cause she said like the Kursk will sink. It's like, how do you know that? Yeah. But some of the other like future predictions that she has mentioned which she doesn't give us specific time on but not like future summer future, some are just other predictions. But she predicts she had predicted World War three. So whenever that comes. I guess I don't know if it comes. It will be with the aliens very blanket statement to make nose so World War three. She predicted the twenty eighteen Russian election, which was Putin's win. Right..

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