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Hawaii remains under flash flood watch through Friday after declaring state of emergency

Morning Edition

00:58 sec | 5 months ago

Hawaii remains under flash flood watch through Friday after declaring state of emergency

"Some homes and bridges have been damaged and evacuations were ordered in places such as Maui and Oahu. Jackie Young with Hawaii Public radio says flood watches remain posted Major cleanup is taking place on Oahu's north East coast after torrents of rain flooded homes and businesses, leaving several feet of debris. The heavy rain forest road and school closures throughout the state. Thousands of gallons of untreated waste water overflowed into a nearby stream and east Honolulu. One stream rose up to 16 FT High a major highway on Kuwaitis North shore that was closed in 2018 to 2 heavy flooding. Is closed again for at least five days due to another landslide. Do you too, saturated ground conditions and increased water levels and reservoirs? There's an increased risk of erosion. With more heavy rain expected for NPR news. I'm Jackie Young. In Honolulu officials and Jackson, Mississippi say water service has been

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Saudi Arabia says it seeks a way to end dispute with Qatar

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:09 min | 7 months ago

Saudi Arabia says it seeks a way to end dispute with Qatar

"I think that we should talk about the gulf because the gulf cooperation council due to meet in riyadh on tuesday to discuss a potential end to the blockade of qatar. That has been going on since twenty seventeen And obviously this is provoked Quite a bit of coverage about whether we will finally see a deal and see an end to this blockade So if for example you look and you have to look pretty hard but you will find coverage in the saudi daily arab news Which started with statements from the kuwaiti ambassador to saudi arabia. Says there is a for tunnel and positive atmosphere ahead of the talks. And how credible is the report of fraternal positive atmosphere Extremely good question. A lot of the coverage that we see so for example if you look At some of the coverage online at fronts. Twenty four Aljazeera tells aljazeera which is Very much the focus of some of the irritation from Blockading countries for that coverage They help they also covered this story. it took me a while to find that story to interestingly enough But they both they give different reasons for how close or how far this this group of countries might be to a resolution so if you look at france twenty. Four they mentioned A coach an analyst is saying that bahrain hasn't signed but the other blockading states have They quote The abu dhabi minister for foreign affairs on walker gash a big figure saying that political and social atmospheres in the gulf are looking to end the koto crisis. If you consider that to be a meaningful statement But if you look at what. Al jazeera is doing They kind of casually mentioned that you know any deal. won't be a comprehensive agreement it will be a set of principles and they say the pressure is on saudi from from the us To come to an agreement But the the uae has. It's own agenda so quite different versions of the same situation. What will break this. Because there's no way surely that kosovo will say we supported terrorism. Yes we're too close to run. That's very true. I mean previously. There was a list of i believe it was about twelve points that The blockading states for trying to get caught up to agree to that. Included things like shutting down Their state broadcaster aljazeera And qatar essentially said well. We're we're going to wait it out and did nothing as far as we can tell At least from the outside And so i think that what the customers have shown is that they can outlast this. So i mean i think it will really start with the idea that any agreement has to be a negotiated on more reasonable lines Looks like it will be about things like use of saudi airspace for example And so things you know if they start negotiating along things that where you might be able to reach agreement then an agreement perhaps could be on the horizon.

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The Fourth Industrial Revolution and the Evolution of Compute Platforms

Future of Tech

06:09 min | 7 months ago

The Fourth Industrial Revolution and the Evolution of Compute Platforms

"Like to pick your Brain when it comes to the cloud definitely most of those new develop technologies are very late to the cloud of aleutians. Who are all in to the to the hips game. Giants bringing as close as possible to all the organization and enterprises. How do you see this fitting. And what future do you see or the next gen of clouds. How do you see them evolve. That's a great question. I really do. Think you know people think well cloud it's big. It's you know it's been here for y.'all. It's sort of maturing. I think there's a next a next generation Coming and here's a couple of a couple of three reasons right. If you look at enterprise data in america only ten percent of the day is in the cloud today only ten percent so that feels like the beginning of something containerized compute platforms cloud kuwaitis. Or whatever you want you want to think about. That stuff was only invented. Five five and a half years ago. I remember being in a room. The first time. I heard about docker Kinda weird right. I think it was five and a half years ago. That feels like the beginning of something the levels of efficiency on how you manage the orchestration stack and the compute stack for cloud. That is still evolving right. So this really feels like when i stand back from cloud look at the patterns. It's the patterns of a baby rape. This baby is going to grow mature into something much more complicated. It's the early days of that saw. So i'm very excited. The other big thing that's changing with cloud is cloud is essentially becoming the fabric for compute. A apology right. You're you're gonna have you're always gonna have some devices with a lot of computing and you can match those out of the edge. I do think with five g. you're going to see some very skinny devices. Start to A start to appear. We're in several conversations with people that make machines different things that they're full of computers. Why wouldn't you just put that at the edge. Lower the cost structure of your your cleaning. Robots increase the the meantime to improve the meantime to failure. Give it more features because now it's in a networked environment so but still you have a lot of these things out on the edge. You have sensors and sensor nets. Apology will be clouded. The edge cloud at the cdn edge right especially because in talent. And i'm really now going to start to use video to do synthetic iot and to really trigger lots of different environmental processes and procedures. So the cd endpoints at the edge near the edge of the network. Which are globally very very close to most most common of those also become part of the compute to politics behind that you've got the data centers and the new as your unwavering things. You're starting to see move out into metro areas so you're really gonna have a different compute topology and you're going to start designing platforms in administration layers to take advantage of that. Do i really need comput- right at the edge. George needed the cdn layer. Need it back in some data center in the middle of nevada somewhere. And you will design bill to that and you're putting your workloads where where you were needed to. The other thing that's gonna happen is the cost. Structure of that stuff will continue to shrink. Which is gasoline on the fire of growth right when the cost structure of iot a and cloud continue to go down things that weren't computerized and digitized in the past because it was marginally profitable becomes easy. I think we look back in ten years and everything that could be connected will be connected so in that sense. Do you see as a phenomena. The web scatters becoming more for utilities. Play or do you see them. Continuing to innovate in other fields. You've mentioned mentioned. Vr and others. Where do you see them or on around players as they are today. You know. I think when you look at the web taylor's they they sort of have a schizophrenic environment. Right they have this giant stream of web scale revenue which is hugely important a giant gravitational pull but every one of them has some other innovative clever thing. They're doing and then when when you go and you look at the portfolios that They're microsoft or an ibm has those are extremely road. Also right so. I think you're seeing players move into each other's environments right we partner With all of those folks. And i think just a little point on that right. We reorganized our entire company. Seven quarters ago to make us. Structurally better at partnering and structurally better to engage with. We think in this future world as You know lots of very large tech companies. Start to overlap with each other. We think the partnering might be one of the competitive skills that companies have to have right if you are a good agile partner. That will matter a lot in the future. And it's it's an easy thing to say to really hard really hard to do right. You have to have a lot of humility and you have to be really great at listening in. You have to put the other person's the other person's had on most big companies are traditionally very bad

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Interview With Seth Moody

When I'm High

05:22 min | 9 months ago

Interview With Seth Moody

"Hello everybody welcome to another episode of when i'm hi this is the podcast. That's all about You know what it's like to be high and you know we get into some other topics as well sometimes so if you listen to the last couple of episodes you heard becca dystech. She is the nymph of nymph and woodsmen a company out in oregon and we are very happy to have the woodsmen part of that. We've got seth moody here Seth say hello. Tell us a little bit more about you and you know any anything else that the people need to know thanks for inviting me to your podcast spencer. Yeah i'm the woodsmen of nippon. Woodsmen and becca. And i live on a beautiful farm in southern oregon in the middle the system mountains. And it's fall and it's beautiful just snowed and we finally got some rain and it feels really good right now. So that's awesome. I'm very jealous about the area that you live in. That sounds absolutely gorgeous. I hope to possibly even live out in an area like that. Someday my wife. And i both would love to do that as our A retire retiring area. I don't know what i'm trying to say. But you get the picture. So so you're here to talk about cannabis what it feels like to be high. And obviously you have a very special relationship with Cannabis specifically the cd side of things Can you give us give us some history. While i'm when was the first time you tried cannabis You know wha what's what's your history like there. Yeah that's a good one. My history pretty extensive. I started smoking cannabis when i was sixteen and and on probably while until now i smoke pretty consistently now But through my twenties it was off my late teens. it was off. I was in the army. So i didn't. I didn't smoke at all. Actually when i got out and smoke for a while. But then i moved to alaska. And i got in with bluegrass crowd and started doing joy relaxing music and art and creativity. And so i really started to smoke a little bit more than but it was mixed with alcohol and so it was always strange A lot of times it was strange for me then. So i quit then after moving to hawaii Oddly enough living in hawaii i didn't smoke at all was too expensive. It was too difficult to get and it just actually wasn't conducive to the to. The work i was doing i was i was diving. I was underwater a lot. And i honestly didn't feel like i needed to be high. I was so much going on in my environment So it was really nice but then you know fast forward to now and fifty one. I've had medical conditions now. Chronic medical conditions that only cannabis actually works for me and allows me to function. The pharmaceutical solutions arm suitable treatments. They create actually more confusion in issues than thc cannabis use see quite heavily us around three hundred milligrams a day. Cbd right around there. I use a lousy and it feels good and it works. Good for me. That's my history in a nutshell. Yeah that's awesome. I feel like. I have so many things to respond to. And of course the as i described to you at the beginning of this and then you know. The listeners may not fully understand the logistics of doing these remote interviews are difficult and so i tried to not interrupt my guests because it just makes the communication really difficult when we have like a one to two second delay. So i i you know you've you you're living in oregon. You lived in alaska. You lived in hawaii. These are these amazing places. And i love that you said that in in hawaii you didn't even really feel like you needed it I was lucky enough to be in hawaii for a short amount of time. It was like two weeks back in the early two thousands. But i mean i. I know exactly what you're saying it. It's this absolutely gorgeous place. And i mean i can't even imagine what it would what it was like to be diving there and and doing all that fun stuff and i think. Hawaii is pretty known for cannabis isn't it. Oh definitely definitely. But i was. On and kuwaiti is a notorious family island. It's it's oriented for families and as far as tourism goes Maui famous for cannabis and big island is more famous for cannabis and even a walking Quite has some but it's so small that it's really More treats for locals that are shared. And when i got there but after the first six months and i was there for five years. I didn't really smoke anymore at all. I didn't actually yeah. It was just so beautiful relaxing.

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Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Sabah, Kuwait’s Emir, Dies at 91

PBS NewsHour

00:15 sec | 11 months ago

Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Sabah, Kuwait’s Emir, Dies at 91

"And the ruler of Kuwait Shake Saba Amar Al Sabah has died at 91. He had presided over the small oil rich countries since 2006. Hours after his death, his half brother, the Kuwaiti Crown prince was

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"kuwaiti" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:48 min | 11 months ago

"kuwaiti" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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Bahrain follows UAE to normalise ties with Israel

Fareed Zakaria GPS

03:32 min | 11 months ago

Bahrain follows UAE to normalise ties with Israel

"Friday president trump announced that Bahrain would recognize Israel and the two nations would normalize relations. This comes just weeks after a similar move from the United, Arab Emirates what to make of it. All I'm joined again by Zanny Minton beddoes and we slaughter and Ian Bremmer in put this in context for us what does this mean? Why did it happen? What does it mean? Well two big things that people need to come to terms with the first. Is that Israel Palestine is considered close to the most important conflict in the region. It is for the Palestinians when you talk to the Maradas with the Saudis, the Bahrainis, the Kuwaitis you'll talk to you about their concerns about Iran they'll talk to you about diversification away from fossil fuels and the difficulties that they'll talk to you about domestic radicalism, all of these sorts of things. And so as a consequence, you no longer have a veto on if you don't get peace with Israel Palestine, you can't move on geopolitics. The second point is the united. States had long attempted to be seen as some kind of honest broker between Israel and Palestine when we're anything but Israel's our best ally in the region, the Palestinians particularly agree with we have problems with and so you know it's interesting trump's first trip as president outside the United States was to Saudi Arabia and then to Israel and those are the two places where he has the best personal relations and that's where they really drove. So yeah, you had the effort to. Talk about peace with Israel and Palestine where the Palestinians weren't even engage a big conference in. Bahrain. Now, you've got big announcements in relation. I think especially from you and I talking to jared through this that was kind of the game all along I I'm not in any way surprised by this. And we. A friend of mine WHO's from the Middle East very knowledgeable about the says what's really going on here this is this is the post American Middle East that is countries like. Israel UA Bahrain Saudi Arabia saying we're GONNA make our own alliances to defend ourselves against the the real threat that we feel as he was saying, which is Iran and we know the Americans aren't going going to help us. So we need we need to band together. Is that part of the dynamic. Afraid, I think that is right that again Obama wanted out of the Middle East. If you if you think about the direct line from his refusal to engage in Syria. And that's actually an area where he his policies and trump's have been closer than than other areas. But I also think you have to think about this in the context of us. Domestic Politics Donald Trump. Has Two modes he can be the fearmongering president or he can be the dealmaking president who delivers and if we're thinking about October surprises up for this election, what he would dearly love is to actually have a treaty or agreement between Israel and Saudi Arabia, which really would redraw the map of the Middle East and the conventional wisdom is the Saudis aren't ready but obviously, the UAE in Bahrain are stalking horses and and Bahrain would not have been able to do this without Saudi approval. So it's probably a low chance, but there is a real chance at least of a framework agreement in which Saudi Arabian Israel would would normalize relations in return for something more something bigger on the Palestinian sought.

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"kuwaiti" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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04:34 min | 1 year ago

"kuwaiti" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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"kuwaiti" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"kuwaiti" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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"kuwaiti" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"kuwaiti" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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The Roman Catholic Priest Held Hostage in Lebanon

Hostage

07:37 min | 1 year ago

The Roman Catholic Priest Held Hostage in Lebanon

"This is our final episode on Father Lawrence. Martin Janko a Catholic priest taken hostage by a Lebanese terrorist organization. Last week we examined the curious. Mix Up that led to Father Chen Coz capture sure we also followed the trajectory of the Lebanese terrorist organization Hezbollah and they're extremist co founder. Imad Mugniyah this week. We'll delve into the wretched. Living conditions and abuse Father Janko experienced in captivity will also follow his family's campaign for his release and the multiple to free Father Janko and other US hostages in Lebanon late January nineteen eighty five. Fifty year-old Father Janko was chained to a radiator in the dirty kitchen of an apartment overlooking overlooking Lebanon's because valley on his lap lay an abridged version of David Copperfield. That one of his guards had given him. He must have read it ten times. Already with the glasses he'd had in his pocket when he was captured reaching beneath his sweater he pulled out a raw potato and nibbled nibbled off a piece he placed it near the small hole where his friends family of ants. Were busy foraging. Father Janko envied their freedom freedom. He had been in this filthy kitchen for nearly a month and he still didn't know why nevertheless he had adapted to a little routine meals. Sales were three times a day. Lebanese bread rice fava beans and the occasional vegetable. He was also given one daily trip to the toilet for a while. This visit to the bathroom included a hot shower. Then the boiler in the basement exploded. It had been weeks since he had felt. It's even remotely clean or warm the radiator. He was chained to didn't work and at night. His guards had pile blankets on top of him to keep him from freezing being the end. He was still experiencing occasional tightness around his heart the day before his capture Father Janko had visited a doctor for tests he tried not to dwell. On what the results might have been especially since his father had died at age fifty three from heart attack his two guards. Guards provided occasional distractions during the long days. They were gentle towards father. Janko calling him a Buna the Arabic word for our father father if he was lucky they would strike up a small conversation in broken English. One Guard told a story of his sister visiting a restaurant in Switzerland island not knowing a common word for chicken she had to act it out. The guard burst into laughter and Father Janko couldn't help but chuckle. To one of the men occasionally brought Father Janko a small bag of cookies from his wife. The other gave him Muslim prayer beads to add to the Catholic Rosary. He'd made out of potato sack strings. These small relationships brought a mild sense of comfort to Father Janko during his seemingly endless days but he was otherwise alone. Most of the long quiet hours were passed by praying with his rosary although he had other more devious ways of passing the time every every so often soldiers would bring fresh food like mutton potatoes and tomatoes to the apartment. Father Janko found chances to sneak pieces of food food off the kitchen counter. He would hide them in his close to snack on between meals or to share with the family of ants. Uh One afternoon. In February Father Janko spied a jeep coming over the hill. He grabbed the sweater. He used as a blindfold. A car meant visitors and he was expected to wear a blindfold anytime someone new entered the apartment a few minutes later a strange man strode into the kitchen. Hitchin through the loose. We've his blindfold father. Janko could detect has dark eyebrows a bushy beard and a strong frame. UNBEKNOWNST to him him this was very man who had ordered his kidnapping. The Stranger crouched in front Father Janko and began to speak an interpreter behind him. Said my name is had Rodwin. Conversation was brief had Radwan did not explain y Father Janko had been kidnapped. He simply told him that he would be going home soon. Father Djenka would hear that word. Many times is over. The next eighteen months he would eventually come to mistrust it but for now he clung to this scrap of hope it would be many a years before he or anyone outside of Hezbollah would realize that had Radwan was a pseudonym the man standing before Father Janko was Imad odd move Nia the founder of Hezbollah Hezbollah was Lebanese. Shia extremist group funded by Shia revolutionaries and Iran and the group took root in the months following. Israel's nineteen eighty-two invasion of Lebanon their main goal was to drive Israel and its western Western allies out of Lebanon and to establish a pro Islamic government in the capital city of Beirut at the time of Father Jean Coz kidnapping Hezbollah was still an underground militia who outwardly call themselves Islamic Jihad which means holy war in in December of Nineteen eighty-three. Imad Mughniyah had helped orchestrate the Hezbollah bombing six locations and Kuwait City including the US embassy in the aftermath. Seventeen Shia radicals were captured by the Kuwaiti government. One of them was a mods best friend and brother-in-law Mustafa Body in retaliation for Mustafa's capture Imad had ordered the kidnapping of several. US citizens in Beirut route. He hoped that President Ronald Reagan would pressure the Kuwaiti government to release their seventeen prisoners. But the Reagan administration at least at that point had a staunch policy against negotiating with terrorists to do so would only incite more acts of terrorism in the midst of this impasse. Father Other Janko had been abducted. His was the fifth of eight American kidnappings connected to Hezbollah although one prisoner Jerry. Levin would escape on Valentine's Day February fourteenth nineteen eighty five that morning father Jenkins Guards burst into his his room panicked. They ordered him to put on his blindfold as they unfathomable chains in his haste. Father Janko didn't think to grab his glasses or his rosary. They let him down the hall and into another room of the apartment through his blindfold. He could see a rope. made a bed sheets dangling from a small window high up on the wall. Jerry Levin's exit route. Then to strange men marched into the room and brought Father Janko outside ride an escaped captive could compromise their location. So they would have to move Father Janko quickly. They shoved him into a car trunk and sped off

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The Bubble That Broke Kuwait

The Indicator from Planet Money

05:41 min | 1 year ago

The Bubble That Broke Kuwait

"And we've got got a doozy for you today. I'm joined by. Dr Is Rafi on Darius I cardiff Yes today I've got a story for you about one of the greatest stock bubbles of all time which occurred in of all places Kuwait Kuwait. Yes and the story begins in the late. Nineteen seventies during what is known as Kuwait's golden era so Kuwait had been this kind of sleepy desert outpost and then due to the massive influx of oil money. It became this bustling metropolis list. And I actually talked to a man named Saba Araya's who was a prominent businessman in Kuwait around this time and he talks about what Kuwait looked like when he was a kid. Growing growing up like Trinity. We have running water up happening structure The there was no air conditioning for looks up over elevators. And by the late nineteen seventies Kuwait had become this modern metropolis and it also become the financial center of the Middle East because they region was rocked by turmoil. At this point in Kuwait with its really well regulated financial sector and it's relatively stable political. Climate became came this magnet for all of this money that was fleeing turmoil. Elsewhere in the region is a pretty classic emerging markets story starts doing some things right and then all this money he starts coming in from other places And obviously that drove up prices in Kuwait's official stock market but it was very very tightly. Regulated it you know. There are lots of regulations about what kinds of companies could be listed there who was allowed to invest. How are they allowed to invest and made it very stable but it also made it kind of a boring place to invest all this money? That wants to invest in Kuwaiti companies. And if it can't do their maybe it will find some other way to invest invest in them. Well it did find another way. Basically right across the street from the official Kuwaiti stock market. A sort of love informal unofficial stock market developed it was known as the soup ALMANAC and it was literally in a air conditioned parking garage on the site eight of the old camel market and sugamo knock literally translates to the market at the place where the camels rest traders started gathering there and trading trading stocks amongst each other. And I spoke to Ben Craig who is a economic policy adviser for the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. And he's written a lot about the suit GALMOC Manakh And I have to clarify here. That everything he said in our interview only represents his personal views. He doesn't represent the views of the Federal Reserve. But I talked to him about this sort of informal formal market that developed. It was seen as an area where you could have fun but what Claes stays in the soup. I don't think I've heard that one before for we'll basically the government said hey. We like having this innovative kind of risky market with big returns. But we don't want the risk to infect the rest has to the economy so they put all these rules in place that said banks are not allowed to touch the super. They can't lend money to people who are investing there. It's got to be completely cut off from the financial sector her but of course traders don't like this because they don't want to just trade with the money they have in their pocket they WANNA borrow money in and you know potentially get even higher returns turns and so the system developed between the traders in the soup that I think was a little bit ingenious. The couldn't borrow money from the bank. So what they did is they had this system of writing post dated checks so basically card if I want to buy a stock for meal. It's worth one hundred dollars now and I think it's going to go up in the future. All right you a check I I say one hundred ten dollars and date it for a year from now you know like if your rent is due on the first you don't get paid till the third. Yeah date your check on the third. That's right that's what they were doing but they would do it for a year and in that situation. It's like you just lent me money for a year but then this sort of interesting thing happened with check check itself became a little bit like cash so suppose that maybe I want to buy some of that stock. I don't have any cash but I have that posted hosted shack and so I just passed that posted check onto a nar trader. It was essentially a way for these traders to print their own money and then Craig cautions against drawing any comparison to other markets. But in my opinion it's not all that different from what happened. In the run-up to the financial central crisis where mortgage-backed securities became much bigger than mortgages in this case the checks that were backed by stocks became much bigger than the stocks themselves selves. And thanks to this. System of kind of endless unregulated credit the Kuwaiti stock market skyrocketed. It became the third heard largest stock market in the world. Bigger even than London and Sobowale riotous says that this was turning people into instant millionaires. He recounted the story to me of going to his friend's apartment and I saw this huge big plate full with the new caveat. You know they by the House and then it was. Ten Cuba's maybe have the token of caveat on on the table I couldn't believe David and this market is started to draw in teachers and students and and he he talks about how you know. Doctors are quitting their jobs to run down to the Sukhoi ANOC and start trading eating stocks. It just became this national obsession that classic mania everybody sees it going up they think it will continue going up and we'll tell you how they started.

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PGA golfer arrested in prostitution sting

The Jim Rome Show

04:30 min | 1 year ago

PGA golfer arrested in prostitution sting

"Yes I'm aware the two gloves was one of a hundred twenty four people arrested as part of a sting operation in Florida I'm also aware that the sting operation was called operation in Santa has not a U. S. you know whoever came up with that had to be really happy with themselves because there's nothing more hilarious than a Christmas themed upon about a prostitution staying at a human trafficking staying what operation bad Santa did not want any of that operation mistletoe operation the nightmare before Christmas yeah I know I know you know all cook up plenty of zany ponds involving Santos chimneys not crackers I just don't want to hear any of them send them instead two one sheriff Grady Judd among man sure of judge he seem to be having himself a time he seemed to really be enjoying himself at the press are for this bust them lose forty four year old Tommy Gainey Tommy Gainey he is a professional golfer in fact he's got this PGA card he's from Hartsville South Carolina he's married he told us that he was here for a charity golf of that and it was to be the like the next mornin tee off did it make it he was a scratch yeah we Google around to see if he was telling us the truth and if you Google or search out and just type in two gloves it comes up with this name so he's been on the tour for quite awhile there's so many things I could say about that with two gloves but I will because my director communications it'll go down hill fast if you do we charge him was soliciting he missed his tee time the next morning Kuwaiti judge sheriff what do you clones down south talking junk I don't know much about sure of judge when I heard that I could wait to find out more moments have been self a day was me he's on the time of his life it took everything he could not to unload and run always material out there two gloves is living a nightmare of his own making allegedly but the sheriff is living a dream mom man is on fire quote he told us he was here for a charity golf event and it was to be the next morning tee off he didn't make it he was a scratch he was a scratch how much was the sheriff holding back there he was practically coming out of his uniform to fire off a couple one liners and starts spewing molten lava he said it a whole lot to gloves man I got some material there but the director of communications won't let me go in come on man look at the material you're giving the sheriff sky go in so many giving directions there are the Christmas theme ponds the fact it do its nickname is two gloves they're all the golf related pines Grady Judd is looking at a dessert buffet full of ponds and he is ready to go ham but the staff is like hold him back it's like taking five staffers hold the sheriff back like whatever zingers you dope sad Grady Judd already had them and had better versions all of them my man was about to turn that presser it's open Mike night at the laugh Jack and yet other lines to like the one he dropped when he was talking about a pastor who was picked up as well quote he failed to tell us Val shout not lie or something what he did Jesus ain't gonna be happy

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"kuwaiti" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"kuwaiti" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"It really depends on cuts standing on the bond on the bond side. They had the foreign the foreign issue last week, and they were gobbled up about provisioning. You say that you're gonna see? Shift provisioning, but it is coming from a low base. Growth. You talk about provisioning for most of the banks. Yes. So the provisioning for them you say it's going to increase, but it's gonna come from a low base. Yes, I'm provisioning. It said could be tight on a quarterly basis not expecting any significant change in Q four in a the quality dynamics continue to be very resilient in the banking sector. Yeah. Even if interest rates have been high file online, the fact that most of these banks are lending to large corporations have have remain healthy even post the day agency has meant that credit quality has been. And your conviction. Call cuts are Kuwait, which what would you choose? The the banks already a bit of a rally, of course. But we think that first of all the inclusion potential positive decision from June will be quite positive for the market for inclusion next year on also for Kuwaiti Bank stays story of potential declining Costa risking provisioning from a very high base that was dictated by the regulator. So there is a story of Ernest goes treatment by by probation. Good to see you as always thank you very much for coming on the program. That's Alina Sanchez. He's head of financials and equity research EFD coming.

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"kuwaiti" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"kuwaiti" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Is our text line if you'd like to make a comment or have a question, we've also been talking about President Bush, obviously his big funeral is tomorrow at Washington's National cathedral. What what is your impression of President Bush has was he a good president? Where does he rate up there, especially when you compare them against President Trump compare them against George W Bush compare against Bill Clinton? I think personally that he's going to go down in the middle of the road somewhere. I think he will be remembered as one who did put together this coalition to oust Saddam Hussein from Kuwait, which was very important at the time in Kuwait, people are still naming their kids after George Bush believe it or not there's there's kit Kuwaiti kids named George Bush because they still remember the support that he gave the country of Kuwait and getting Saddam Hussein out of there. So he's he's viewed as a hero and people are mourning him with great emotion over in Kuwait. And I think there's been a turn in this country towards George H W Bush to especially considering what we're seeing in Washington now with the politics of division and bitterness that we're seeing now we didn't. I think George H W Bush would be out of place in today's political climate. I don't think there would be a place for him. And as we saw with his son, Jeb Bush, Jeb Bush, tried to run for president he failed pretty spectacularly. And is because there was no there was no support for his sort of more, moderate views and moderate way of thinking and compromising, you know. He got a lot done in Florida. He was a great governor in Florida, but his his presidential campaign just fell flat because people were not looking for that type of leadership. They're looking for more in your face style that that Donald Trump gave to us. And that's how he got elected. So I'm not sure. Bush could even get elected to anything in this day and age six one seven two eight six five six three three to take another quick break. Come back with a little more about and felt here on Boston Herald radio. He's.

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"kuwaiti" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"kuwaiti" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is a Kuwaiti news special forty years after Jonestown, Mosconi and milk. First this news live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Barbara Klein, the GOP will now have a two seat majority in the US. Senate Florida's Republican governor Rick Scott has been declared the winner of the state's US Senate race incumbent Senator Democrat Bill Nelson delivered a concession speech this past hour and took a thinly veiled swipe at Trump Republicans. We have to move beyond politics that aims not just to defeat but to destroy where truth is treated as disposable where falsehoods about and that the free press is assaulted as the enemy of the people Nelson conceded after results from Florida's hand recounts were turned in by today's midday deadline. They show Scott leading by more than ten thousand. Votes. President Trump is signaling changes are coming in his cabinet NPR's. Amy held reports in a Fox News Sunday interview taped on Friday, Trump addressed the recent firing of then deputy national security adviser mirror Ricardel saying she was not a diplomatic person. Then Chris Wallace asked Trump if Nielsen could be next to go Trump said that while he respects an likes Nielsen she's fallen short with her handling of the southern border. I'd like her to be a much tougher on the border much tougher period. Trump added he may be making changes to as many as five positions. I have.

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"kuwaiti" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"kuwaiti" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

"Yeah, it's all like, hey, we waters is where she was an actor. She wasn't in the fucking Screen Actors Guild, which he was an actor and you know that whole commission was paid for by a Coa a Kuwaiti independence group net. And here's the thing. Dom was committing atrocities, right? But they realize the need is like, you know what's going to help a really a pretty young high school girl talking about how like babies are getting killed incubators thing. And then he will get you will get the house like speeches before they authorized the war. There's all these congressmen who bring up. They're throwing babies incubators. Yeah, the one little sentence, the headlines through it. Yeah, absolutely. You gotta make sure you know, like, you know, why do these people to the guy from Iran, what's his name? I'm sorry, Syria. Share the side. Look at this picture. This little girl who press day goes, Yup, she was killed or whatever. She's like, barely shoot. She lost an arm. Her family's been killed. That's what it was rubble goes. Yeah. Let me just tell you this. This is a fake picture. Like what do you mean? He goes? I'm not gonna say no kids. There's not atrocities. Yeah, kids are this one in particular. It's a fake one. Yeah. And you're like, wow, what a weird thing to say because it doesn't happen. That's one thing it is happening, but this is fake. And I saw another video of some kid going on the street and Syria like rubble everywhere, like a car blown up and there's a wild look. We gotta help them. And then at the same time we like that's where music video, right. Not even using some of this is not even. It's like, listen, you have the a lot of covert stuff. They do a lot of Cheney shit, but then you also have people online, you know, better than anybody controls to just like, yeah, let me fuck in just inject bullshit into this. People are, maybe we should get rid of it. While these bad, maybe you got a, you know, it's one of these things now where it's like somebody had said this, like I forget who who, who said this. It was like the Cold War didn't end. We're talking about a lot of stuff with fake news and and Russia injecting it with all this anti Hillary shit. And then there's fake news on the democratic side to now the fucking terrifying thing with the internet and the terrifying thing with there being, you know, less of like a couple of news sources that we can go to. And there's a couple of ones like New York Times Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, or some. They're still pretty, you know, pretty fucking solid, but like like not having these tables of truth means that everyone can define their own truth and that's fun and just make full anymore. I, yeah, there's no doubt. Yeah, it's such a profit seeking model that you have to really get attention now. And if by getting the only way to get attention is to be the loudest most shrill voice. So you've got up, you know, present arguments in a way that are provocative. That's the only way to get attention for clicks. They will money flew. Let's talk about some conspiracy. There isn't say what you guys take on a moon landing. We did it. We were there. We were there. I think Tim knows more than maybe where does it come from? Other shit. Go ahead. Sorry. I mean, I think like some of it is that like, oh, the his, you know, the the quo, like the way how he said it and shit like that was like a win flag with all of that. That was made a movie studio. Sound like it was two point of a quote. We've never gone back. Back a bunch and then Cali. Yeah, I mean, I think you just want to if you're gonna spend the cell much money to just keep going to the moon, why? What's the point? So, but why China and Russia, they've never gone. I think it's an incredible amount of money to spend to go to a rock that can't have let me there's no life that's going to be there. I don't understand also never been fully ignorant. It's maybe I just never been that interested with any any the alien shit like this. All of that. I get lost with all of that because it's so fantastical. There's never any true and so probably true to deal with have theorised he's I can show you documents..

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"kuwaiti" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"kuwaiti" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Gov it's k kuwaiti public radio good morning from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly the house is expected to vote this week on a compromise immigration bill hit was put off last week when republican leaders lacked the support needed for passage npr's scott horsely says the white house continues to send mixed signals on how it wants to deal with people who crossed the us mexico border illegally there was a lot of confusion last week when the president abruptly cancelled the family separation policy and said family should be kept together at the same time he said he wanted to continue with one hundred percent prosecution of migrants who crossed the border illegally yesterday the president went on social media suggesting those who enter the us illegally should be deported without due process about twenty five hundred residents are under evacuation orders in northern california because of a wildfire at least twelve homes have been destroyed their turkeys president is preparing for another five years in office his npr's peter kenyon reports raja tub air to one took more more than half the vote in a crowded race with more than fifty percent of the vote in his column air to one avoids a run off and will now be in charge at least until twenty twenty three the centenary of the turkish republic opposition candidates complained about an unfair playing field but air to one says the largely peaceful vote showed what he called the maturity of turkish democracy the ruling party will also continue to lead in parliament i'm dave mattingly npr news in washington meghna chakrabarti protesters in portland oregon forced in immigration and customs enforcement office to close as outrage continues over the trump administration's policy of criminally prosecuting people who enter the country illegally we'll take a step back and look at the history of ice and where it might be headed under president trump that's next time i hear now here now is here at eleven am here on public radio if you're interested in the future of learning you can check out the mindshift podcast which explores new innovations in education and how they shape the ways kids learn find mindshift to wherever you get your podcasts there's a new face on the.

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"kuwaiti" Discussed on Sex is Not For Sissies

Sex is Not For Sissies

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"kuwaiti" Discussed on Sex is Not For Sissies

"In boulder colorado deborah is probably the only professional you'll ever meet who embodies the aloha spirit with a new york state of mind and rocky mountain in high alrode into one some additional accomplishment she served as president of the kuwaiti nostril business council the coeli and served as the chairperson for the women in business roundtable in kuwait she wanted to judge's choice award in dancing with the boulder stars a fundraiser for the boater ywca she serves as president of the rocky mountain direct marketing sociation served on the board of directors for the boulder chamber of commerce received the citation of recognition for outstanding accomplishment by voter business presented by the city of boulder and received the volunteer of the year ward from the boater chamber of commerce now is my pleasure to welcome debra who will talk to us some more about succeeding in business welcome debra hi thanks for having me back again it's nice to be here using duck duchesne yes on here yeah it's great to have you here because i know when you talk about having relationships were that means anywhere if you can make them work at work hopefully you can make them work at home that's true you know the first step i think in that is having a relationship with yourself and then you know and you really like yourself you can treat people other people with that same love and respect how do you think that people develop a relationship with themselves especially we have some people who just have been told that they have to put themselves last in it's not about them and don't be selfish is there a disconnect between the two.

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"kuwaiti" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"kuwaiti" Discussed on KQED Radio

"O'clock here on k kuwaiti public radio from npr news in washington i'm laurie london a wave of violence has rocked afghantistan today more than thirty five people were killed including ten reporters and eleven children npr's diaa hadid reports from his lama bod afghan reporters are in mourning after one of the deadliest days in years for their profession there were two isis suicide bombings in kabul and as journalists gathered to cover the fuss blas another bomber struck the killed included a photographer gent's franz press then in canada an attacker dhruva van filled with explosives into a convoy of nato forces he injured eight romanian soldiers and he killed children studying a nearby madrassa about two hundred national guard troops from california are heading to the state's border with mexico this week as part of president trump's desire to beef up security daniel carson reports california's sanctuary status means the state's guard personnel won't be allowed to perform certain jobs california's troops can't take part in any aspect of immigration enforcement such as handling custody duties for someone accused of immigration violations but governor jerry brown says their jobs in counterdrug surveillance and intelligence gathering which target other crimes at the us mexican border human trafficking drug smuggling and stopping the flow of guns to mexican cartels the dow up ninety two points this is npr eight forty three now and time for a listener perspective martial artists say the greatest victory is over your own limitations but when you and your.

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"kuwaiti" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"kuwaiti" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is k kuwaiti public radio palo i'm linda hunt regina mccarthy will discuss her time as director of the environmental protection agency and the profound disturbing relationship between environmental hostage and poor and disenfranchised communities that's next time on city arts and lectures city arts and lectures is coming your way at one o'clock later on this afternoon in repeat broadcasts will come your way tuesday evening at eight and also wednesday two am two times you get a chance on the media every sunday at two o'clock in the afternoon and again at midnight on the media we're taking you on a trip one good never before heard tape of the original mary prankster and casey don't miss this week's on the media from wnyc the media again at two o'clock this afternoon again at midnight weather wise forty nine degrees in santa rosa right now it's fifty two in san francisco fifty four and oakland later on today's going to be a lot of sunshine and temperatures ranging from the upper sixties the low eighties in the bay area and story from monday from wnyc studios this is freakonomics radio here's your host stephen dubner as i mentioned earlier before settling into my writing career i thought about becoming either a psychologist or financial advisor what i didn't mention is that the book i was working on the four freakonomics was a perfect hybrid of those two things it was about the psychology of money the working title was money makes me happy except when it doesn't that book got put in a drawer wants freakonomics started happening but i still think it's animating sentiment is pretty solid basically money is one of those rare topics a bit like sex maybe religion the people have strong feelings about and yet have a hard time discussing as a result a lot of us stumble through life knowing we should know more than we do about personal finance but were too intimidated or embarrassed or something to do much about it harold pollack a public policy scholar at the university of chicago tapped into the sentiment when he dashed off an index card with nine easy rules about personal finance it got nearly half a million hits on politics blog the washington post picked it up also boing boing.

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Egypt, Alexandria, car bomb explosion leaves 2 dead

00:51 sec | 3 years ago

Egypt, Alexandria, car bomb explosion leaves 2 dead

"Eleven two times every weekend here on k kuwaiti public radio i'm janine herbst with these headlines marches and rallies calling for gun control took place across the world today in response to gun violence and the shooting apartment florida highschool that left seventeen people dead the biggest was held in washington dc where tens of thousands of people including high school activists held a rally calling on congress to act in egypt two days before the presidential election the interior ministry says a car bomb exploded in alexandria killing at least one police officer and wounding several others chinese state media say beijing's newly appointed economic chief has talked on the phone with treasury secretary steve mnuchin warning the china will defend itself against president trump's tariffs on chinese imports i'm jeanine herbst npr news.

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"kuwaiti" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"kuwaiti" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"World's largest online retailer has surged as it reaches into new markets such as groceries and health insurance and some stocks to watch the open vivendi is selling its twenty seven percent stake in the french gay maker ubisoft entertainment in a two billion euro deal that's after it's typical strategy of seeking creeping control of tako over targets failed to pan out under the deal ubisoft founding gigi more family will once again be ubisoft top shareholder they will be joined by ten cent and the entire teachers pension plan as equity investors the pact is a victory for the co founder and ceo eve gave more who sought to ward off then these takeover attempt those your top stories for the latest including news he has been bug sandra kilhof sandra good morning nara jeanclaude janka has come under fire for congratulating putin on his reaction the president of the european commission made no mention of the salisbury nerve agent attack in his letters to the russian leader yesterday scarring british efforts has davidge a europewide alliance against russia meanwhile us president trump faces similar criticism for saying he will meet with putin soon after the two spoke yesterday but trump insists the meeting will address a quote out of control arms race between the two italy's finance minister has warned that it may take months to form a new government peer callapollo and says his centerleft democratic party will go into opposition as it plots how to win back voters investors should expect a resilient economy which continues to be resilient the fact that this is not unusual in europe we've seen many cases who this is one of course his germany where months were needed to find a stable government so why should italy be different authorities investigating on explosion at a phoenix facility in texas say the blast is linked to bombs that killed two people in austin this month one fedex employee was wounded in the incident which happened as a parcel pass through fedex center near san antonio last night a charity shop employee was injured in another explosion but austin's police say they have ruled out any connection to the previous incidents and kuwait is planning to transform itself into regional business hub in an effort to overhaul its oildependent economy says i every prime minister nasser alsabah who gave bloomberg his fast interview with international media since taking office now more kuwaiti believe that eight hundred fifty five.

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"kuwaiti" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"kuwaiti" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"The driver of the car which witnesses described as a white sedan didn't style white card going by being with a flat tire and you could tell it was a flat nugas guy is making big noise and then there was sparked coming up shannon madero says she saw man driving in a woman in the car shortly after the collision police found the white volkswagen passat unlucky lie he street according to police sources a 21yearold none of kuwaiti woman was sleeping in the back but no one else was in the car the woman who has a previous dui arrest was detained then released understand accidents occur and people i know this was done deliberately corner what right mind would do something like that but at least stop render aid daniel malysz father says his son was a loyal friend who would help anyone in need he got a call at home that jonah ragsdale was having problems with the truck monday night and went to help ragsdale mother who declined an oncamera interview says he will be remembered for his sense of humor scrubbers as it always use the most vine videos to make people laugh ragsdale died at the scene moulay was taken to why and i coast comprehensive health centre in critical condition kills earlier in the room earlier working on him and once they knew that we're all side the parents of daniel palm the invited us into the room um cloudy worked on him bandai did a terrific job they worked on him for a long tight no arrests have been made police are still hoping more witnesses will come forward along the wine aiko stumbling kuwano hawaii news now island mahala man died after being dragged by his own pickup truck before it crashed into a tree it happened yesterday afternoon along kale kale beach road in couple i'll investigators say sixty six zero myron okubo was the only person in the truck the crash into the tree pendant between the truck driver door and the cab at autopsy will now determine his exact cause of death a critical final were poor to after the missile alert mistake exposes mismanagement at.

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"kuwaiti" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"kuwaiti" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"Five eight zero jail and you can leaves a voicemail if you there was a voicemail played on the show just like this what is happening rage in the kuwaiti appreciate it is it dan all island so in other words you guys on the wrappers i totally agree with but the poorest one i'm glad i didn't even know what i was so i'm gonna checked out box and i'm glad that i didn't even know the negative connotations was she told me i'm sitting in my jewish sixty now infinity i really hope you've got that it's the right one for the family not even close it is the on time on minivan minivan hope you made it up did happen jailing i'm disappointed eu bugs e c goal i got out the gaining the godfather the q ex 60s there here's and big follow the money it was the best deal out there how many bears were more expensive a lot of charges for me because nowadays frank lu lu a vacuum in a car doesn't mean they're gonna pay six hundred dollars a month for which a cold the mafia coppell has left the game so i ended up putting the car seats in them in the new car yesterday they when i was doesn't put the car seats in there called wall hit the brakes could barely closed breaks barely closed rare don't judge hold on don't bertolli hit the brakes not only is a really important you says some really work.

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"kuwaiti" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"kuwaiti" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Against bella check in his career and he did it without the defensive signals of the other tea come on that's your advice tournanent there at your top four okay we got some more uh blake portals why is uh a better quarterback dan eli manning walls and think about this in his fourth year exactly and up bottles also after we got do we have the full screen or no we don't have it thought up there we also have yet okay here we go all blame portals a fourth seed unlikey lie right two thousand seven what does it a better quarterback can allow was borders also at a better paso rating than eli had portals had more touchdown passes an ally had he at the same exact interceptors ally had these are real numbers at borders is one hundred times more moldy law i don't think that statistically accurate round they're all right here good of taking your own brady lost of the coppard saab championship to flaco and an old peyton manning dan that's true toward that end and bottles or playoffs dominant washers it's bortles but keyboard evoked keep saying enables was a wine cooler why kulab with i remembered out what i was in college bortles has the war average rushing yards 81 this postseason how's that encompass championships party is at his worst we've seen that we're talking about that kind of a blog what he's had goes rule sneakers when they've lost we've seen those bad games and the carpets championship okay all right pretty struggles against elite pass rushers is you've got to admit that most so disorders mostly every quarterback tom kuwaiti does saxon bill is cool nicknamed patriots don't have one dynasties generally don't they just called dynasty is that what it is.

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"kuwaiti" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:52 min | 4 years ago

"kuwaiti" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"And the kuwaiti government are expanding our counterterrorism and intelligence sharing efforts we're making progress on promoting kuwaiti investments in the united states they're making tremendous investments in our country they have great confidence in our country we're also entering a bilateral agreement with kuwait regarding customs enforcement during the same period and the same trip to saudi arabia which was migrate on representing our incredible country his highness personally asked me to expedite a five billiondollar agreement for the sale of american f eighteen super hornet fighting jets for kuwait i am pleased to report that the take department has now authorized this transferred purchase which will not only strengthen our mutual security but will greatly benefit american workers kuwaitis investments in america through its sovereign wealth funds are profitable for kuwaiti people and they create many many jobs in the american workforce i am pleased to report this year that kuwait has taken delivery of 10 americanmade boeing seven seven seven airliners their beauties american workers build the best planes in the world by far and we want them to be made available for those countries that want them and kuwait has been a big buyer of commercial airliners made by boeing and others are partnership extends beyond cheered economic and security interests were signing a memorandum to deepen the close educational ties between our two countries enhancing englishlanguage and that's what we're going to be doing we're enhancing the whole relationship through the use of the english language and that is something that's very exciting i think for both of us i want to thank you sign is for his leadership role and the role he's playing to help the nations of the gulf cooperation council follow through on their pledges from all over because we weren't too so dear kaby and the pledges of ending terrorist financing came from every country in that magnificent room or that magnificent day and we are addressing the ongoing gcc dispute and the mirrors leaving those discussions and hopefully it will be resolved very soon we call in our gcc an egyptian allies to focus on our commitments at that saudi arabia summit to continue our joint efforts to drive out and defeat errors kuchar saudi arabia united arab emirates bahrain and egypt are all essential you as partners in this effort we've great relationships with all of them right now may be better than we've ever had.

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