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"leeza" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"Ro ro mass. Allies e that was roar roar mass saddam allies e. Aminov savon like around forty four blocks sometimes to relatively for like carrying. And what does it mean. That mean you see Roth roadmaster go. Go go with peace mile. My unlike grant more peace and safety and when they come from appointment or interrogations or torture. Old people can arrive at guantanamo guantanamo new groper rapid guantanamo. We would say we would come them the songs. Imagine you just you right then. I'm like three blocks around. One hundred and fifty detainees song for you have had been leased Visa have been leeza. Been leeza have been leeza leeza. Have it means. Welcome all come. They who come imagine when the brothers i arrived. he's single them will like there was surprise. I the detainees or the likely i kind of A beasley was something weather brought to us. We thought that is guys live in some kind of Like lucky live and join your so that when they took the wong's cages smack i hear the voice at that like everyone is saying so we give them the first person that everything's okay mansour last two questions one is you talked about the art classes that you took. Can you describe what art meant for you. And what did you create. What did you draw when we start negotiate with the gun demonstration to those tan shit into those mine and then we the ask become articles. You guys tourists. You didn't have to so we asked the brothers can you please. The second meeting will show them. That was shocked and surprised. This is okay. It was a process asking on over and over again but to ask us one of the most important going. Because i told us express soaps it was a mean way of escaping being in jail. Because you keep the feeding so art connect us to the world outside. You can see the brothers. We've see greece. Thinks we we missed most sky the stars you know homes. These are desserts and and so on so arts actually hill bus to live. That would almost forgot with the arts. Connect us to ourselves because it from numerous back. It's going to cost to connect us to the guards you know when someone's so arts Mitchell admiration enough and for arts and some of the guards asked for the brothers to them. They're like arts forgets brothers he used to teach guards are simpson gus. Who has background. It's this brothers also we you know. And the arts. One of the brothers Artist as i said muscle pain. I see myself in that. In like the hell on the boats on the shape on the sea sometime like running here and there so he said like just takes my mind that people don't down and you know it was like a therapy to mansoor. I wanted to ask you about your choice to have a woman. Voice yearbook usually. It's the author when a book is done through audio that someone can listen to it. It's either the author or an actor but you chose to have a woman Read voice. Don't forget us here. Why yeah i remember talking to sound from high stakes. I san antonio and julia may as i said guys i need a woman on my now y you know. Typically i said no. I want to read my book munson. That doesn't make any sense. What makes sense a buzzword. Think makings plus you know. Men have been tortured me kicked my christie and like they have done a lot. That's you know the one who took a nasty woman. So i went to women to read my mind so why not and sometimes told him. It's kind of crazy against woman so they send me some guy like men i said. No i don't what the woman to read my book so they finally turned out. Good this well this. Yes told you former guantanamo prisoner mansoura. Davey speaking from belgrade serbia. He spent more than fourteen years. Guantanamo never charged. He just wrote his memoir. It's called don't forget us here. Lost and found at guantanamo. He now works cage. An organization that advocates on behalf of victims of the so-called war on terror. That does it for our show special. Thanks to mike. Burke and honey masud. I me goodman stay safe..
"leeza" Discussed on Double Toasted
"I'm going to kill me. That's what i'm that's that's my job. Yeah you know what this is now you know. I'm sorry it's like you screaming because you know what happened man. He looks at people like not. Come on my name so another hook me you. Leeza is on the floor next dead body. No i like that man like that a lot. Now here's why some real prompt with the movie given the period. That movies in i you know i understand. I'm not saying that you know. This movie shouldn't be seen or having a personal growth against the movie. Not not at all because the move was made back in one thousand nine hundred but those things still don't translate today and given that we have advanced so much the problems to me. Stand out even more than they did back then. Because i had a problem with this movie back then and i told people two years. I had a problem with this movie in this way. But i get the practice time. Don't really give it a complete pass for that because what. I don't like here. And what i meant by no black people yes. There are black people in the movie you know. This is a movie about an urban legend in the projects. Would a white save. Even though she gets what's kind of is coming up to her. She gets a. I have a problem with portrayal of black man in this movie like they're not existent except for to be intimidating figures in the film. Listen on interfere with your business. Not backwards caps leather and everything up and from the university of illinois. Just get out of your way. Let me go look. You're not being very smart. My colleagues know ramen. They're expecting me back. Let me go looking for kennedy men which you found you know. This is the time when people were saying man. I know i know things are getting better. But i'm still seeing this so many more roles for people to play. These stereotypical characters are types stereotypes and drug dealers and hoodlums s. I don't think you know. I said black men on young black men. They had a one older black dude. Which older black man or not as threatening as as as young black man they have the this is funny. Because it's almost like the audition for the movie right here. You're looking for candyman bitch. Step back number four step forward and said alive. We hear you're looking for candyman bitch. Step back number five step forward and say we hear you looking for candyman bid. That was brilliant..
"leeza" Discussed on As UnFake As It Gets
"You fucking doubt about it. The first girlfriend i've ever had was sixteen years old. We dated for two months. Never had six now one. Like i actually cheated on my first girlfriend of two months to find lose my virginity and the girl i slept with her name starts with j and she was like you know those foot girls but they're not midges but there is really short. They're like four foot tall. But they're not mid yeah. It was one of those type girls but folkman he. I am sixteen in highschool embryos foregin set me. I fucking Girls in my class is black. They wounded du- with me. You feel me. I was the only nine african american in the class of two thousand seven graduating. Clair's at magny cours high school. So you got named like a liberal pal. You got named like shane. Parker jelena's seligman got those types of names that were not folk with me on those type levels. No matter how hard i try or whatever when the movie would yet ata came up and it was tend to come out Save the money. And i was like julie. You want to see that movie so bad will go use the. We'll go. Just gimme a cow. Gimme come will go yearly. Mom's she she keeps the house. Phone fucking tab twenty four seven but you might dead cell phone number you call. That number will go ahead. and miss. There was a missed call from Laying on i four digits of her phone number but the last four it was eight zero six six and i knew that was her house. Phone number and i was like damn dam. Dam dam dam dam. She called me and as it was going to ask me always did whom go what. Ats kicking myself in the s kicking myself in a as i could be married to a black girl right now would have led to an because leeza was half black her sale but it is what it is and if you ever get with a girl and your parents fallen in love with that girl. Your parents want you to be with that girl. Your parents being used to never ever ever break up that girl. That's going to cause you to pressure to break up a dead gir- because if my momma had never pressured me to stay with this girl named erin. Our proudest be would era. Because aaron's family had money and they probably still do but it was just the pressure behind it. That made me not. You know what i'm saying and another thing that may me in all things about it was that fact that i spoke about on bezos eight. Where me and erin had plans. But aaron called the plants. Oh to go spend that with her quote unquote home girls and then later later on. I found out that her home girl's name was ginny and ginny is gala giannis. Not even bisexual ginny is a lesbian. And i found that after i found that genie was a lesbian of doubt that aaron was sexual so debt. Let me know that amer in colorado plans with me to go. Spend the night with ginny to do by sexual things and i appreciate this shit eat nat one bidault. Not one bit it. Oh me an errand dated for four years bro. Four mother fucking years for you with eight for four and we only had six like three or four times if you would occur in your only have six three or four times. Get rid of her. Because she's getting somewhere else if she's not one hundred percent holy roller where. She's you know what i'm saying. Giving her life to god in a one hundred percent manner she. she's given it up somewhere else. There's just no there's no if ands or buts about it. She fuck these girls out. Here that are not holy roller. They are fucking one hundred percent. You feel and going back to this kager that i was dating. We dated for like three years. And we've been broke up for like three years and but we still have been fucking for three years and but i'm over the poor. No i'm not in love with her anymore. And when i hear that she's fucking dues like dennis and head coups jonathan coe. Who is her baby. Daddy and austin who who. She was who she thought was her baby. Daddy lay the tick this out. This did this is the potential people was fucking at the time who she thought could have been her baby. Daddy austin jonathan co Justin mccully and harry so four that we know just for that we know in fact. Flat the dude that favors ran door and who looks nothing. Light rain dorton to me but people in her as he looks like rain door and so fast she was fucking five. Well the is when she got pregnant and she just got lucky that the second person that she gave dna dna tests to come back positive comeback night in that point because at first she gave dna tis to austin and it was zero percent knicks. She gave it to jonathan. Co who aka heck and it was here and if it hadn't been heads this you probably would hit justin mcauley as she probably would have hit hairy and this you probably would have hit the less like k. Lived the life of of jerry springer lie. No lie nola she she i ain't gonna say she's whore by no means. I love her to death would do anything for. But she lived alive of jewish marine google and i told myself i would never dater again like i closed all doors of being in love with her but she was hitting me up about a week. Sore like please. I won't try. I wanna be with you. Yada yada yada see. She signed rights away to her child to her parents. And when you sign rights away to your parents then your parents run your life because if you do something. Your parents don't want you to do. They won't take that child from you. So.
"leeza" Discussed on Real Monsters
"Yeah. I don't know why he did that on you. Know in the process. He's building up his co. in in he is also started construction on what he calls the toy box which is a double wide tractor trailer. That is basically his dungeon. His set stan in he dropped. I need to find one hundred thousand dollar on everything to make fitch. Here's this kind of x ray view of it. Yes we have had. And i think we have some shots of the inside right. I'll bring those up as as it goes along that i don't wanna give away too much all at once. Yeah yeah this is. This is the extra view in the middle. You can see a gynecological table. Various ropes and police to Get lynn's and the proper position. I see television shelves and cabinets. Looks like a computer overhead. Is that an overhead projector. Yes the Overhead projectors he would get a video feed onto that other television and forests to cap if the watch is he tortures watch their own torture watch their own torture which is the level of sadism. That is pretty profound in my opinion. And how much did you say spent on this one hundred thousand dollars. He is in kind of money. We're the hell. Did he get the money for this year. That's a really good question. I am not true unless it was as black. Market activities are grandpa's farm. Maybe could be is leeza ranch. They sell it off something like that. Maybe but I had talked to a couple of people who active in the underground. Dsm community not at this level. They do everything legally with consent of course and they had said that ten thousand would be a lot of money to spend on your kink fetish so you put it up to one hundred k. It's yeah that's wow yeah achmat my source called. It disneyland at one hundred k..
"leeza" Discussed on The War for the Tower
"You don't even have to put a shirt on atom. Like i'm not opposed. You know. I just happened to have one on from earlier and a hat. Oh i had the doors open and the fan going. Because i was getting pretty baked Do you do you guys hear that stuff like is that is that edible on the no dude. You're getting pretty baked. You're the only one who's hearing. It sounds like we jeff. Sorry it sounds. I could tell you are a smoking weed because the sounds that are coming out. Jeff is that a weed. I'm calling approach was the fan and the out yet rainy and he's talking to the noise we'd makes is the noise. Jeff tommy day. I guess i think it. I think the sneeze went into my brain and it's like still up there somewhere. Ooh got my camera on again. Okay guys the more we can more. We can avoid spoilers for like britney or whatever the better. I'll it's okay i. My brain is like a sieve. Nothing nothing stays in there. I've just been doing a little like for funds as the last minute or so testing out my My other recorder so There's anything funny. I might use. But i don't think there was. I gotta tell steve that we're using hangouts. He was on hair. Yeah he's here. He said high. But i don't see his face on the thing. I hear his voice. Your the blue egg head thing mode green is greg. We gotta get you a profile picture. Steve maybe accumulated alexa face or something. But don't tell steve what to do. I'm not okay. Some people just look like eggs in real life that's true. That is leeza judgmental. It's twenty twenty. It's pretty reasonable. Eggs can have all extra effort to Well on hold on is it. This is a thing that i never understand about anthropomorphic items or animals. People talk about eating them and that they're fine with it and not just weirds me out. It's like the gnomes in harry potter like like slaves. Like it's pretty weird right. I don't know man. I the i think. One of the weirdest things in games pop culture. Rpg's thing is how do people in the pokemon universe survive. What do they eat plants. Pokemon don't they that they own. it's like they. They gotta be eating mostly pokemon like. I'm sure there's grass but like if they're getting any kind of red meat apples be vegan..
"leeza" Discussed on Charlas sobre TDAH
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"leeza" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Recording of Iran's top diplomat offers blunt talk. It's an Associated Press article. There is no reference within the story to the John Kerry. Allegations. Interesting, interesting. The Washington Post story also no reference to the allegations against John Kerry. Interesting, interesting. The Times has followed the story. Why would the Globe and the post not follow the story? If we were to find out if there were allegations that Mike Pompeo or Henry Kissinger or Kanda Leeza Rice had shared National security information. With the The foreign minister of Iran. With the globe cover that story up. I asked you the question. Let's go to Ray in Taunton. First Up ready, believe John Kerry here. I'm saying John Kerry's interesting individual for many years. No question about that. But do you believe my connection with him when he sure was medals over and shut down, testified how terrible American troops were, and then later on the candidates that those were replica medals and everything else. You know, after my grandmother on the trainer was replica model of what she looked like I mean, anyway, that necessary of John Kerry, But the point is, is that where we're just real honest, they should be demanding. Onto one speak to them directly based on what he's done. And if Israel does not step in on this and demand anything from John Kerry, then it's just US propaganda. It's just another story to float around in the 50 states. Um, I'm being honest with us. We'll take the running much and and this would be one of they have to call out a man in his position in the present administration if they don't The business remains silent on this. I will tell you. It's a B s very from. Well, that's not necessary. In my opinion, right? Uh, that's not necessarily true in the Israel. It's not necessarily true. Don't you want to know why? It's not necessarily true? No, I tell you if you like, If you give me a chance, Not necessarily true, Uh, they're going through a Theories of elections to try to get a government formed. They keep coming up with these elections because of the multiple parties over there. They're not able, either the left or the right whether Netanyahu or in the Likud or the other. The other parties have not been able to put together the story they're focused might be on that they also might feel That They want to stay. They don't want to look as if they are intervene. Interfering in U. S politics. I don't know if the story's true right to be really honest with you, but none of us are going on. But I would just think that he's let me run this by you. Let me run this by you. I mentioned this early. I'd love to know. Advice If I said to someone you know, Ray told me and I came up with some crazy story, um Would you say? Uh, that's a crazy story. Uh uh. But if you did tell me the story, I think you'd probably fess up to it now. John Kerry is saying it never happened, Do it because I got science on my side. You got science on your side. That's what I'm saying that science of this whole thing is that politics does not make government Ah, good government or bad government. And what I'm hearing tonight is John Kerry's involved in a political deal and then Israel is a good government situation. Good government doesn't seek bad politicians or any politicians. It's a good government. People of service joint. Kari obviously does not hold to that credibility. His position is a fraud. All right. Good enough. I'll try to figure that one out. Thank you. Right. Appreciate get this going here. Let's see if if Jeff and Walt them agrees with right, Jeff, go right ahead. Jeff. How are you tonight? I'm very well. Hope you're well, too. I'm doing what I wanted to first address. The question that you posed Yes, on his toe had to explain the non publicity given to this story by Was imposed and and the envelope? Yeah, if you and only you do with the fact that the Times broke the story, and the Times is that, by contrast, and I think it's because those two papers or more and leave With the radical left of element of the Democratic Party. The post and the globe. I think that explains that, um, they really isn't. That is an explanation. Okay? That is that is a possible explanation. I would agree. Yeah, I'm not stating it is absolute truth, but I think it's points on possible. Yes, It's a plausible theory. Absolutely already. Thank you for giving you that. But I did want to say that I don't have enough information. Uh, to be able to, uh, judge carries imputing of the Iranian diplomat. Imputing is honesty, eh? I haven't have information on the subject. You really, uh, haven't informed opinion on that. It could be true. Maybe maybe it is exaggerated, But I do know this. I think it's a rhetoric spread it by Carrie about this connection between the Palestinian conflict and Israeli Arab relations in general, is, uh, it's a It's a contrived connection. It Z. Create it served the rhetoric itself. So to created our Bitterman linkage between the, uh, the Palestinian issue on Dara Biz Railly relations in general, and I don't think that Linkage need be there. I think we may have made the linkage and he said pretty paying emphatically 20 30,016. He said that in 2016 hey, unless Palestinian, the Israeli Israelis or Israel gets the house in order with Palestine that they'll never be any form of peace in the Middle East. The Abraham accords. Eyes is not. It is not the final chapter, but I think it's Zagat step. Okay? Yeah, thanks for casting that perspective, and I think that's a very Presumption was arrogant statement to make. All right. I'm just part as always. I appreciate your perspectives, Jeff. Thanks very much for your call, as all Thank you soon have a great night. 617254 10 30 Triple 8929 10 30. We have had all Massachusetts callers tonight. This is a very interesting night, not a single call from outside. Commonwealth of Massachusetts, for that matter, not a single call or outside of really eastern Massachusetts. So we do have a toll free number, which is a triple 8929 10 30, Not the toll free numbers mean much anymore. And we have the ladies line 617931 10 30 if John Kerry is whispering Little sweet nothings into the air into the air of the foreign, the Iran's foreign minister, You know he had been accused during the Trump Administration of spending too much time with this guy. The, uh, the Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad grief. So the question is, Do you believe The New York Times story, which again is based on audio tapes? Audiotapes that apparently, the New York Times has heard in which the foreign minister of Iran who's a friend of Carrie's, um, made these allegations, and John Kerry, in effect is called Iranian foreign minister a wire. Um, it would seem to me that that that shows the seriousness of the charge because if if the charge was not serious if this was the normal conversation that could occur. Kerry would have said something. Yes, I guess I made those comments. I I shared that information. But there was nothing improper about that. He's saying No. I can tell you this story in these allegations are unequivocally is false. This never happened either. When I was secretary of state or sense by saying that he is called the front minister of Iran a liar who was someone who he worked with very closely on the Iran nuclear deal. Let us go to Joe and Millis, Joe. Next on night side. What's your take on this job? Get even Dan. Thanks taking my call. I believe it. I don't think John Kerry would stop at anything to be relevant. In the world of politics, and we do know that he met clandestine meetings with Believers of Iran behind the Trump administration's back so Um, I had to believe it. Yeah. I think this came up in one of our conversations. Maybe about three weeks ago when I referred to him as a trader. And it was treasonous. Addressed to Israel is not also to the United States, and it is almost like he's acting as a double agent. Well, I think, um You know, I talked to people today who I will not disclose who feel that Carrie was very, very much committed to the Iranian nuclear deal..
"leeza" Discussed on Refresh: Coastal Conversations on Faith, Life, and Justice
"I'm on ourselves but i learned as i move through a process and and watch god heal me that my story would be important for other people and so i. I learned several things through that experience. Sabrina that underscore for me That our trials are not just for us That trial was for me in the sense that it did fundamentally changed me going through. Both of those things I i realize now and firmly owned that. I don't have anything to prove to anybody. You know i i am i am worthy And the lord needed to close the door so that i would walk through the the next right one. And i did that and it really was to my benefit. It's it was. It was a pain. I don't wish on anybody but it was to my benefit and the ms. You know. I can't tell you i can't even begin to tell you the half of how blew my mind. I through that experience of barely being able to walk across a room like just just feeling exceedingly exhausted trying to cross a room to just a few short months. Later out walking. Eight miles through the desert in petra in jordan over in the middle east and that you know all of that journey sidebar one of our seminary classmates Sam told me that I had been talking to him about you. Know the the msn and how it was peculiar to me that i felt led to apply for this middle eastern travel seminar. Because you know. I was struggling with that. And i you know my mobility was in question and i was still at the height of it and he said well. If you're not going to the middle east. I need a lawyer to tell me something because i saw you on camel. I'll say what you mean up. Like i saw like i saw you. I saw you on a camel. And you know. If i didn't see that i'm gonna eat the lord's tell me something. 'cause i'm telling you like that that's what i saw in the spirit and cannot tell you how i got a picture of myself on a camel in the leeza camel. I didn't even know we were going to do that. And so you know. The lord sent me messages along the way that let me know it wasn't for me to It wouldn't be forever and not to allow the enemy to discourage me in. It wasn't a lifelong sentence but they god was going to use it for my good and for other people's good and part of the good for me was giving me a different level of compassion. Not that i didn't care about people before but when you go through sickness yourself you see other people's struggles with illness in a different way just in a different way that it's hard to tap into when you haven't had your own experience and then the other thing has just there have been so many opportunities for me to tell someone else. Listen i know that. God is a healer and everybody's story and journey is different. You know we can't guarantee an outcome. But god can certainly move in our circumstances and miraculous ways and we need to be willing to trust god with that trust guy to write the story You know my journey. It really was a prolonged one. I had a good five years of consecutive illness and that was really hard. It was at least five years before. I started to feel like myself again. It was just one thing. After another..
"leeza" Discussed on You Really Shouldn't Have
"So amanda welcome to the show. Thanks so much for joining me today. Thank you very much james. It's lovely to meet. You and i was very excited to listen to victoria. Somma out the date. Because she's a good friend of mine and so it's sloppy speaking to you. It was great to have great great to have you on his. Will i really looking forward to getting to know all about you a lot more. I wanted to go right back to the beginning of mandate. Because i know your mother was an opera singer and your grandfather was a sydney julia who was obviously a very accomplished film director and writer so i she having those influences in the house made up half way for a career in a creative industry a little more possible than maybe for others but did the young. Amanda have a clear idea of what she wanted to from an early age. I think that actually everybody was talented in my family. I mean much said the niamh i am. I mean they will really talented. I'm my grandfather a script easily. He wrote books easily. No he was ready. Ready clever he does eight films and my mother was not pressing and he actually was very I would say berry sort of dismissive over her. I mean she had a really pretty boys I think she's as good as lot is a very good singer. And two boys. And or lucia popp those the two that come to mind i did not know much but anyway those are the two opera singers and i really loved to when she used to sing in she sing. Sing sort of lullabies me. So i i grew up in a very very artistic background you know. My grandmother was playing. She was a concert pianist and she played the piano every saturday and is listen to them. Play the piano and then my grandfather would show filaments. Somebody else would be full. Everybody was performing in the house. And i didn't grow up with my father. But i wrote with everybody else and they were incredibly talented and i i think. They dismissed me. A solo They treated me like as a bit of a princess when i act on. It's funny you know. They were very very very talented. So what can i say if you can play. Rachmaninoff is leeza earliest. my grandmother did an icon. You look to them know you studied acting and early on so she must have been you original passion when you start thinking about what you today. Well actually no. I actually didn't want to act in my life. I i have to tell you at the age of seven. I was at the pulled by the idea of ever acting. No it wasn't like a tool at the age of twenty eight. I have terrible depression. I couldn't get bed and my clean a- who was magdalena bosnia and she was She was from romania. She's a very good actress. There she came into my house one day and said he came to lie in bed. The whole of your life but fifty will be very very upset and so she said. I've got the raw a summer workshop and i think that would be a good idea if you got out of bed and did this because you need to do something in your life and so i filled out the form very grudgingly and i went to long to rawda and i got addicted to something that she was not very good as i was good at talking but i wasn't very good at acting somebody else slides and you know really good actors actually quite quite people in obey noisy creature handsome. I never did get me out of depression than she was right. Know do something if you feel miserable. Get out of bed and going to do something that you thought you couldn't do it. Maybe you can do it. And then i went onto our Which is The kademi live recorded arts. And then i started with moscow off the eta on the people like Kellogg in nice studied checkoff. I was mad on checkoff. And i also read things that i would never read in the millionaires. You know way of the world and things like this. I will never thought about I was. I did grow up with shakespeare because my grandfather provide shakespeare to anything else unaided. Read it to me all the time but you know i never thought that woman. Ib acting it and it was just through and the benchley i. Somebody says they don't want you immediately won't be wanted so i ended about twenty four additions before Drama school. but. I did get in. And i got into two at checkout in mount st View which i turned down and then went to our Which was an incredible experience. Side is lucky in the end. James move these delayed. I mean i was. I was looking you up before we know. How am i going to get all this stuff in. I mean you've done so much. I wanted to move onto your photography. Little bit of mandate. Here's your style is very much of black and white. And i want to say pinup girls. Would it be right in saying that. I love doing news. Women opting them under way. I'd the raunchy susceptible alleging thirties. And i really love doing this i. It was old lace and umbrellas a bit by bats. But i went and studied. I'm with bob clark. He's amazing the toga and he has since died. He committed suicide but he told me to print. And i think i would have loved to la printing as i did. I went to the black and white poker fiscal. I have to say. I did this all at the same time as gangs dramas. I did how i did it. Other night the drama school stretchy terrified and a lot of work. And then on top of that i decided to You studied photography at the same time. But i always think say yes to everything and the opportunity came along and i did it in terms of visuals doll though. What was it that drew you to focus on that particular dollar photography. I think i have a passion for berlin. A sort of nine thousand thirties. It sort of a full full fascism. It was extremely one of the most glamorous cities in the world and if not more so the paris i everybody dress few to flee munich and it was extraordinary. I think berlin was extraordinary. You know i had a passion for cabaret in the musical with liza minnelli i was. I think it was about a second film. My soul and so i i sort of became aware of it and so the studied it and i hope at tool the fashion. The fashion was incredible. And i loved fashion silo fashion from the age of two and loved it when she liza minelli titans to huffman and says shows green nelson says divine decadence. I always wanted to look like really an identity like her. She's.
"leeza" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM
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"leeza" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"To our news times, 6 42 and now from the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic Center Here is detour. Dan. We've got a Wednesday morning that's starting to look like it's making a comeback in the brake light department, Jim and all of a sudden the eastbound I can looks like it means business. Now we're back up to a 21 minute ride eastbound 10. From a one on one all the way into the 51 looks like just approaching the deck Park tunnel. We may have a new snag. I'll look into it. So found 17 Camel back down to Central Avenue. There's a pretty good chunk of brake lights there as well. From Peoria. Down to the 10 split. That is a 22 minute commute and up North Alley. No. One No one. He's about 21 Minute Ride 75th Avenue into Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard wreck on the 10 cleared westbound at the 83rd Avenue exit, but we do ever reckon the 17 South bound South of McDonnell off right. This traffic report is brought to you by the Schwartz laser eye centers. The Schwartz Leeza Rice Center is celebrating their 20th anniversary and a new location in the East Valley. Trust Dr J Sports for all your eyecare needs in Glendale Scott's dealing now, Mesa schedule your Free LASIK exam at team idoc dot com. Determine Kitchen It is mostly cloudy today. The high 73 a clear night tonight, the overnight low 49 mostly sunny tomorrow with the highest 76. Your weather is brought to you by Howard Air. Arizona's morning news news flash. I'm Jamie West. Here's what you need to know. Right now. A puree A mother has died trying to save her 10 month old baby from being abducted by the baby's father, who did not have custody. That kidnapping prompted an overnight amber alert. The baby found abandoned but safe in Phoenix. More on this story coming up at seven. Deadly wrong way crash overnight shutdown Westbound I tended the 202 Santan Freeway for hours. Ah, car traveling east in the westbound lanes crashed into an oncoming car near Chandler Boulevard, killing the 25 year old woman behind the wheel. The wrong way. Driver has non life threatening injuries. Impairment is suspected. Former President Trump's second impeachment trial will move forward after senators confirmed the trial is constitutional. It starts at 10 this morning. Our time will bring you the latest developments throughout the day. You're never more than 15 minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's news station, Katya our news All right. We are talking with the Chad half. He'll tell you it's the better. Half the chat, Half a dose and Chad.
"leeza" Discussed on KCRW
"That's what Republican leaders in California working through right now? Well, didn't Falconer support Donald Trump? In 2020. I guess he's trying to distance himself Since then, Yeah, 2016. He did not vote for Donald Trump, and he didn't embrace him as much throughout his presidency is some other Republican leaders in this in our area in the state did In 2020. He voted for Donald Trump. But but in California that that tying yourself to Donald Trump that opens the door to a Democratic attack, saying, Hey, this is just another rock. Donald Trump Republican on that could be the political death knell to his candidacy in California. And finally, is he the one? Is he the one Republican that Newsome fears the most or is there someone else? I think of the Republican office holders of the political establishment Kevin Faulkner has has long been the last best brightest hope of the Republican Party now. Who knows whether there's another Arnold Schwarzenegger in the wings and other person with either, you know, show business credentials or national prominence, someone who served in the Bush White House who might step in and carry the mantle. That might be the kind of blockbuster that the Republican Party needs to actually unseat a Democrat in California. You mean a condo? Leeza Rice? Is that what you're saying? Actually a condo, leasing her rice? Absolutely right. You know, I think that would give the Republican Party that star power and the true national state name brand that would you put it potentially on an equal footing with Gavin Newsom. I think of the candidates. But Connolly Cerise has not hopped into any of these races when she's had the chance. And so I think of the people who are in office and have been political aspirins in the Republican Party. Kevin Faulkner has the best shot. Bad. Cowser.
"leeza" Discussed on KCRW
"Don't mention Kevin Faulconer yesterday. He made it official. He is in California has become the land of broken promises. I'm Kevin Faulconer, and it doesn't have to be this way way can clean up California and it starts at the top. Well, Kevin Faulconer just wrapped up six years as San Diego's mayor. He's not a familiar face, though. To most Californians. He's not exactly Arnold Schwarzenegger. So let's find out more about him with bad Cowser. He's a political scientist at UC San Diego and a longtime Falconer watcher. Welcome to press play. Thanks for having me Well, tell us more about him. He positions himself as a moderate Republican. Is he moderate Republican based on the standards of the current Republican Party? Absolutely. So, So. Kevin Faulkner is not Donald Trump, right? And that's been the heart of his appeal in San Diego. And that's been why he's been for awhile. Thought of his is the next best hope for the Republican Party in California. So Kevin Faulkner, who worked his way through the City Council and then came in was it was elected mayor in this off cycle election we had after a after a Democrat had a had a horrific sexual harassment scandal, and he's brought to sanity and stability to the mayor's office and been a shining star for the Republican Party because he's been a red mayor in a blue city, right, the only major city Mayor from the Republican Party, and he's been able to do that by being California Republican. Ah, yeah, he's low taxes. He's fiscally conservative, but he's socially liberal, and he hasn't Played the Donald Trump approach to the hot button issues such as immigration and global climate change. Okay, interesting. And how has his record been on Cove? It Well. His record on covet has been just like every lawmaker in California, trying to balance public safety with economic recovery. Really. Cities are not in the driver seat on Cove it and it's been the county and the and the state that's been driving things. He has not been out in front with some local leaders in the Republican Party who have been trying to, you know, not follow along with statewide orders, but he's been trying to quietly push for more and more re openings. That would help businesses, so I think he's plowed a middle ground. But he hasn't made a huge name for himself on other side, simply because Mayor's aren't the primary policy makers as we respond to this pandemic, right, But he has been critical of the governor's response, right? I mean, that's the whole purpose of him. Getting on the ballot right now. Well, I think the whole purpose of Kevin Faulk you're getting on the ballot right now is this is the Republican Party's best shot at winning the governorship in California, right? What the recall does for Kevin Faulkner's two things. It gives him a kind of a get out of polarization free pass by bypassing a Republican Party primary, where, as a moderate, he would be the disadvantage to someone who's more in line with the Donald Trump part of the party and second catches Gavin Newsom when he's off guard. Art and potentially at at his low favorability rating. So so that's really the idea so sure, Kevin Faulkner has has criticized in some ways. Governor Gavin Newsom's hailing the pandemic, but he hasn't taken a widely different approach with the city. He hasn't been one of the main leaders who's been out in front on this, and it's really this is about a huge political opportunity for the Republican Party, rather than the pandemic being the thing that draws Faulkner into the race. So he's hoping to profit off a general dissatisfaction with the way things are. Absolutely. He's hoping to strike at a time when Gavin Newsom as we've seen, the new poll, just released today, has come down from the high of a price in approval rating that he had when we're talking about a California miracle, with California, having much lower cove, it rates and death rates from the rest of the country now, clearly California's suffering. It's at the heart of the pandemic, and yet they're still calls to to reopen schools and reopened business is this Fundamental political challenge for Gavin Newsom is what creates the opening for the recall. And for Kevin Faulkner's potential candidacy. And Faulkner is behind the recall. 100%. You know, he didn't He hasn't been talking about the recall, right? He actually, this was officially a call to he was launching his campaign for 2022. But you don't run to 2022 campaign this early in 2021, unless you want to encourage the recall. So I think what he wants to show the Republican establishment is trying to think Do they double down on their investment in signature gathering, making sure that the recall which was really originally pushed by by some fringe groups with some troubling connections, But but there's an independent effort to push this on behalf of the GOP establishment. This is trying to be an encouraging signal to that saying, if you do that I'm all in for for this race. And that's what signal Kevin Faulk is trying to send right now. And there are other Republicans who are interested John Cox, notably who ran against Newsome. Is the Republican Party going to make a decision as to who they're going to back pretty soon or let them kind of fight it out? Well, so this is the fundamental challenge for the Republican Party nationally, right? How does it redefined itself with it with a post Donald Trump brand and in California doesn't try to break away from a brand has become politically toxic. So we Sui know where John Cox candidacy is likely to go right. He's likely toe energize and turn out the Donald Trump based but fall millions and millions of votes short. Stats he did when he ran against Gavin Newsom. The 2018. I don't think Republican readers leaders want to see a repeat of that. But parties in America can't keep candidates out so it can there be a network of donors. Can there be a network of leaders that puts pressure on other sort of don't more Donald Trump style Republicans like John Cox to stay out? And can they effectively clear the field for potentially their best hope? In Kevin Faulconer? That's the dilemma both the strategic choice and and how Do you use the tactics to actually clear that field? That's what Republican leaders in California working through right now? Well, didn't Falconer support Donald Trump in 2020? I guess he's trying to distance himself since then, Yeah, 2016. He did not vote for Donald Trump, and he didn't embrace him as much throughout his presidency is some other Republican leaders in this in our area in the state did In 2020. He voted for Donald Trump. But but in California that that tying yourself to Donald Trump that opens the door to a Democratic attack, saying, Hey, this is just another rock. Donald Trump Republican on that could be the political death knell to his candidacy in California. And finally, is he the one? Is he the one Republican that Newsome fears the most or is there someone else? I think of the Republican office holders of the political establishment Kevin Faulkner has has long been the last best brightest hope of the Republican Party now. Who knows whether there's another Arnold Schwarzenegger in the wings and other person with with other, you know, show business credentials, air national prominence, someone who served in the Bush White House who might step in and carry the mantle. That might be the kind of blockbuster that the Republican Party needs to actually unseat a Democrat in California. You mean a condo? Leeza Rice? Is that what you're saying? Actually a condo, leasing her rice? Absolutely right. You know, I think that would give the Republican Party that star power and the true national state name brand that would you put it potentially on an equal footing with Gavin Newsom. Think of the candidates. But Connolly, Sarai says, not hopped into any of these races when she's had the chance. And so I think of the people who are in office and have been political aspirins in the Republican Party, Kevin Faulkner has the best shot. Bad. Cowser UCSD political scientist. Thank you so much. Thanks for having me how.
"leeza" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
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"leeza" Discussed on They Called This a Movie
"Where you can find the links to all the social media accounts linked to the bands whose music later on the show. Cashback six seven podcast and probably points are companion blocks section of the show. Thanks listen to now get back. Regularly scheduled podcast. Travelers seems like you're looking first story for you involves venture friendship era. When about that time. I saw that big ass melon. It could come about the time. I kicked her ass or i wouldn't ever tell doing ref gear on okay. Everyone shut up that. Come with me as i tell you a story from afar everybody. My name's david. I'm the dm from from afar podcast from afar. Podcast is all about four friends. Separated by distance brought together by adventure. Y'all stop by giving so listen. Thanks and welcome back now. Time to get into the plot. Four robo cop. We open up on a media. Break local news program starring leeza gibbons l. o. l. local news. Right guys news. We start with a news report about nuclear confrontation of south africa. And then the president goes to visit the star wars peace platform and a power failure causes weightlessness but he is unharmed. The first time. I saw that i didn't know what that was. That was a real thing. Did you know that. Yes started the star wars programme. Yeah that's so weird like what were we thinking. That's what happens when you put an actor annoyed house. It's very true. I hope it was lucas. Got some money for that. You know that's i do have to point out that i love the use of stock footage. The great gas they were they were fantastic. Just the the thing of astronauts climbing through a hole or something. This space story at some editing room had fun with that. They cut to commercial break for new bionic hearts and then they come back to her new stories about three police officers killed one injured and the blame is set on any c. p. who fund the detroit police department. Dick jones the. Oc president says it comes with the territory. If you can't stand the heat milk become a cop. Basically said that's a rough thing to tell your cops man if you don't like dying get outta here so the cop that was not immediately killed a critical mission and his name is frank frederickson identifies clarence body as the man behind the shooting. Bikers got like a long list of crimes. Then we cut to detroit metro police department metro west. I believe was officially known uniform. Police officer sergeant kicking out a couple of shyster lawyers. Police officer murphy gets transferred to metro. West murphy goes to the locker room to get dressed on. The officer says they should strike. Sergeant comes in and tells the nate nobody striking. 'cause that's not what cops do then he. Lets them know that. Frederick's died it was kind of refreshing because usually the police chief is the one having the meltdown and like kicking out. You know the the hero cup but this time he's like he is the hero..
"leeza" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Victims because the system Is corrupt and the system is against certain political identities, which is patently false in and of itself. I mean, there is no other place. In this world. Where somebody like. For example, Colin Powell or Kanda. Leeza Rice could have riven above risen above their stature and their skin color and become a successful and yet they did. In this supposedly patently racist, systematically racist country. Why do people come here from all corners of the globe to this day Because America as it has been presents the most opportunities for the most people, Regardless. Of their class and where they come from. And it's not just the forces of the left. Although now it's it's a finer point on the left. And the radical Marxist that air trying to take over this country as we speak. But it's because of corporate American. It's because the whole idea of capitalism has been hijacked. Long time ago. And now it's it. We're being told that capitalism has to go. But after a while when you delve into this night after night after night on shows like this is I delve into this. And I'm not complaining. I'm glad to have a job. I'm just saying. When you delve into this night after night after night. And you're confronted. With the misery that we're going to be subjected to if the Democrats totally control our central federal government It ceases to be. That fun thing to talk about. Then I thought I would be talking about at this point in my career. At this point in my life. I always said that my retirement plan was death. And sadly, because of my own poor planning, not because of capitalism because of my own for planning. That's still probably the case. It may not be as a radio host. It may be as someone working for one of these giant conglomerates that seek to take over our entire society. These giant corporations co opted by communist China. Another reason why China's sucks, and we can't let this happen to the United States of America. So I come to unite. Frustrated not with the possibility of Democrat control. But with The possibility of total loss of control of each and every one of our destinies, and that's what it's about. It's not about whether President Frump is in power or not, or Joe Biden is in power. It's not with the Democrats are in power. The Republicans are in power. Or have some modicum of control in what goes on the next four years the next eight years or is Joe Biden said last night at his rally in Georgia for the next generation. This is a code a tall we're experiencing right now. And I'm sorry. That's just no fun for me. Will commented on it as long as I am able to as long as I am given And accorded the ability to But this is not what Any of us signed up for as American citizens. It's being taken away from us. So don't worry about political party. Don't worry about who's sworn in on January 20th. Don't worry about whether the entire federal government in Washington, D. C is co opted by a cab, all of corporate And Communist Chinese authoritarians dictating every part of our lives. That's scary enough. But, uh, whether even getting to enjoy what life we have left It hangs in the balance tonight. And that is just wearing me out. I don't know about you. But it's extremely scary. Now there's a white person. Not as a man. But as an American and what our birthright and what our founding fathers promised us and gave to us with this great experiment known as a republic. Of the United States of America Place where your individual rights matter more than anything. The centralized government can dole out to you his little bread crumbs. With your stale Look at Venezuela. Look at Cuba. Look at anywhere else. Socialism and Marxism any other any other system, But this has been tried. It's no abysmal failure. And it means that downfall off all society. And that's the opening salvo tonight on the nightcap. Good show tonight. J. Armstrong will join us in a few minutes, my friend and that's always fun. This will be the part of the show. That's fun to me Talking to my stand up comedian Vaping friend, J. Armstrong Kathy Barnett, who was a black conservative woman. Who was going to be at the Trump Rally tomorrow will join us. Steve Gorham, a man who tells the truth about climate science. Dr John Huber, forensic psychologist. Who has just begun. Brand new venture in his life. And you can find more about that. A trip sitter dot clinic. That's the website that is new and out as we begin this new year, and Paul Preston talking about the recall of California governor Gavin Newsom. And splitting California, like Virginia and West Virginia, split During the civil war in this country. It's all ahead in the night cap on 700 wlw. Scott Sloan show each and every day critics and listeners are saying yes to Sloane E. Exactly. The blogger King posted. I listen to slowly while I'm on the throne. You should too right. Stuart from the South side, says Scott Sloan makes me think then he makes me laugh..
"leeza" Discussed on Dad Tired
"Mom and dad's decision After one day. My son's not going to think i'm cool anymore. He's looking to take that on the authority on everything and at that stage i don't really wouldn't standing on my authority in terms of his faith or something a bit more time. There's no threats to. I'm afraid that is coming much sooner than you. And i hope we have sun. It sounds sim- similar ages. And i have a feeling that day is coming soon. Yeah man. I appreciate your humility and saying that because i think that even as you kind of confessed that that's not your normal a habit when your son approaches you the question. I just felt the same. And i'm like how many times do i feel like my son or my daughter comes to me and ask me a question and this is just like a perfect opportunity for me just to give them some kind of lecture which is so funny this happens. This happens daily but it just happened yesterday where my son will ask me a question. And i go into some big monologue. You know giving him some deep answer and then he interrupts me with some talking about a subject that we weren't even talking about like Like halfway through my monologue. He just completely space to move onto a different topic. And so yeah. I the kids way of saying that enough. I'm slowly learning justice. I can remember when they ask questions to say. Well what do you think Than that teases out really. What is behind the question. There offs gave us a little a time to think. Okay remember not to give him a log. Remember not to give him a three point. Half i said majeste be in know the gentle and scriptural hair and so yeah. Well what do you think is the question of trying to remember to us squad when my kids are like. Hey daddy. i don't even know whether jesus the dead did really you. Just come in would you think why do you think that saw the name That that gives the space to get it road. I what i've noticed is some of the best leaders that i've ever met in in. I've never met. Jesus personally face face on here on earth But we see it in scripture with him even but as you mentioned but the the best leaders that i've ever met are the best question askar's they're the ones who know how to add to to take whatever subject or whatever question. Yeah and they just know what question to ask to get the service. Jesus was just so masterful at that But you watch any good leader. And they're just you know they know how to ask the good question to get underneath the surface so And i think just you know for real practical for dads here The the follow up question with what you just said What do you think is just the simplest way to start and to start getting on that habit of being a good question asker as a dad. whatever question. They posed to us just to rebuttal that with or reply back with well. What do you think that's such a simple easy way to to kind of get started on that my love that But i wanna talk about what you just said there about your son going back and saying well my dad says this how do you what do you think about. When you're your son comes to you. He says you know how do we know. God is the only god how jesus is the only god and then you point them to the story and you you ask him good questions. How do you navigate him going back into a secular world and now telling his friends while you're all wrong and and i've got the right way like how do you have. You had that conversation with him. How do you plan to have that conversation. What are what are your thoughts around that. So i think we have done a fair amount of teaching as we. My wife has done a fair amount with them. Just sitting in genesis one at and and really trying to help our kids understand what it means for them to be made in the image of god and the intrinsic value that they have the no one constrict from me and the dignity that they have. Those little people made in the image. Of god's i mean. I've got an eight year old six year old. Say i'm not saying i has gonna play out and i'm not saying they get it right so the time by any means anymore parents do but i i hate that names that they look at other kids at school gym class and so on and this and they they just deep down they neither. The these are creech is made by a loving creator in his image. Said that i i can't just go and tell them that room Because Because i need to train with respect and dignity s effect same think and then the second thing and the the reason i wanted the reason i up writing the book robin just meeting this conversation. My son was because in the go contest. i'd say Oh the other guys around. I didn't give it sort of a die tactic. Hey hey kids who are blessed enough to grow up in the christian and your friends who think otherwise completely rocks now. I want a positive message that today there are many different in terms of who got is or isn't and at for the reinhart's and for that fred's they're going to be confronted by this wealth of options on however much we try and protect them from the world. Parents differ on. How how logan how are we should do. They all going to have to go in the world and they're going to be presented by these options. I wouldn't give them a positive confidence by giving them stories from scripture. Not the if you like just tear down full starts by the build up the real point to him and say hey here is here is who the real good days and how. He's proved it so. Hopefully my kids gang act into at the playground and hopefully that to have conversations with friends but when they do that they're not saying will you role so to say him to tell you why i think what i think I was i. I know this. This thing happened in history where people were really confused about who the real gold was. And so they had. This competition competitions this competition and adderley one god was able to send five from heaven boom the alter and And and so that they're that they're sort of telling their friends about these true stories from the bible and then may be is leeza To their friends. What do you think what you think will will. What what is it that makes you think that there are lots of different birds. Go the toiling. How'd you. How'd you think about this story. That just now saying they're going to do all that one conversation when they're eight and six but that's what we're so the praying into working towards and again. That's why i i want. Firstly my kids asked them for their conversations with friends to not just think whatever yeses rotherham. We've got the right answer to that. That may be. But bobby thinking will positively than than that. Isn't it brilliant. Isn't it wonderful. The real got has proven who he is and done in such exciting ways as far in the mountain in an empty to. That's what i wanted. The excited about betray. Yeah that's beautiful man And i love what you said there too about how we i mean. This would be the goal we. We've got young kids and you know this might be kind of an An ideal image of what. We're trying to get after but trying to help our kids ask questions. So we were just talking about oscar asking them questions that get a neat heart but for them to train our children to ask questions. 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What Happened to Ofek 12-15?
"But first we have a small matter that we are following with lert interesting, great concern as part of an occasional series that we call the promise podcast ponders the cipher of satellite skipping Siri atoms signification at four. Am this past Monday at the? Airbase and Israeli made Chavez. Rocket was launched without a hitch, carrying a payload of an Israeli made electro optical reconnaissance satellite names sixteen, both are the work of the Space Administration of the Director of Defense Research and development of the Israel. Ministry of Defence Working together with the Israel aerospace industry or I a I. The launch was. The rocket, arguing with grace into a sky, just beginning to grow and glow lighter at one speeding and receding towards the heavens, a press release attributed to the satellite quote. Unquote advanced capabilities which are really the BIS kind of capabilities for satellite to have the first OPEC satellite Ofek means horizon by the way was launched in September nineteen, eighty-eight, almost thirty two years ago, that was Ofek one over to launch in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, three, and nineteen, ninety five, and so on on Monday just a few hours after the successful launch and exultant I'm known Harari the head of the Space Administration of the Director of Defense, research. Research and development of the Ministry of Defence was interviewed on the morning radio, and he explained the enormity of the achievement that he oversaw and he starts in formation Li like this quote, he says the satellite is an optical observation satellite very similar to the last satellite. We launched a few years ago. Eleven at which point the interviewer commonly risk indices name, says quote. Wait this. You have to explain if the last one was OPEC eleven. How come this one is sixteen, so Harari says quote. It's a lovely name affects sixteen I love it. Who says the numbers have to come in order and leaves skin, says quote no. No No, you have to explain this thing. You had nine Victoriano fake eleven, and then you skipped. Tawfiq Sixteen Harari says yeah. Is there anything wrong with that? LIBA, skin, says no, no, no, that's nice, but it demands an explanation. Harari says quote. I explained it to you. You're just not willing to accept my explanation. Leeza Skin says that's right Harari says we'll have a cup of coffee I'll explain leave says. Are you serious? Harari says yes, very serious. Liebskind says it's like we have January and February. And then we jumped April and say marches and good for US Harari Says No, it's like you call your girl Mikal. Mikal and your boy, Asaf, and then later you name your third kid. You're those are the names of my kids by the way what's wrong with that leaves could said that's not a good example. Why would you jump from eleven to sixteen? Harari said we found that. That's what fits our plans. And it goes on like that. Masses website says on the subject quote as Israel's not known to have attempted any satellite launches between the OPEC eleven and sixteen missions, it is not immediately clear whether twelve thirteen fourteen and fifteen designations have been skipped or apply to other spacecraft possibly satellites that have not yet been launched then quote. Quote the generally considered authoritative in such matters, defense update website noted dryly that the Israel Ministry of Defence Announcement did not explain the whereabouts of OPEC twelve through fifteen and quote, and I admit I cannot let this go. I tweeted at times of Israel Defense reported our gross who has one of the best sense of the absurd in journalism, also one of the sense of humor to see if he knew and he answered quote, so we asked about this and the press conference, and we didn't get actual answer what you don't like. The name was literally the response. The I official insinuated that twelve to fifteen blown up on. On launch we would have heard about it. However, it does remind me of an apocryphal practical joke. I heard of paint the numbers, one two and four on the back of three pigs, and let them loose in a school so that even after they're all caught, the administration continues to search for the missing number, three and quote to which someone named Ryan, replied in a tweet who gives Oh fach, which is fair enough, but I cannot let go if anyone out, there has seen OPEC, twelve or thirteen or fourteen or fifteen. Please let me know apparently I. Give fact
The energy efficiency industry is growing
"In twenty eighteen almost two and a half are they are well paid domestic jobs nair in every town every state and their jobs that are not going to go away Leeza Jacobsen is president of the Business Council for sustainable energy she says the efficiency industry continues to expand according to the US energy and employment report more than seventy five thousand new energy efficiency jobs were added last year with even faster growth projected this year. Jacobson says that growth has come with a wider range of opportunities for job seekers the energy sector jobs are very different now they're very integrated with computer science and the very systems oriented. did they require everything from engineers to installers and there's an opportunity for everybody so she says it's important that young people be prepared I think it's really important that our education system start early and encourage all levels of interest in energy
Report reveals no-deal Brexit impact – here's what you need to know
"Have to remember about Putin that he feels and there's always felt that the western intelligence services were undermining inning his authority and interfering with his efforts to rebuild the Russian empire and so this is his revenge he he saw the weakness in the in the Western in systems and he went after them and the first and biggest target well not I but the biggest target was the United States he used on US techniques that leave us in the Baltic republics and other places and they were very successful the UK right now is a mess if it's not a mess it'll do till the mess gets. Let's hear will we look back on Brexit as the first probing of the Russians to see if they could not affect a democracy you and the Atlantic Alliance. I think they didn't have to do that much work in on Brexit. They did try to influence the brexit situation but I don't think that they had really prepared for it that much because nobody really had seen it coming. I mean when when David Cameron called for this referendum although he said he would do it. It was one of those things that people go do it. I'm sure it's going to do it then he does. It and he was sure that everybody would vote. Let's stay in Europe at least most people would but no the result it comes out and it's based on all kinds of things resentment of rural populations fears of migration this kind of thing thing and the Russians the Russians tried to feed that were they really went into went to work on the United States that that we see very very clearly from the Miller report this whole idea now that somehow the mullahs report was some fabrication irrelevant. It's very clear it's very very detailed. It's very unequivocal. The Russian set out to have a profound effect on the elections in two thousand sixteen team. I don't think they thought that trump would win but they thought they could undermine the authority and the credibility the legitimacy of of Hillary Clinton by the Guide to games that they played and then when they saw that trump could win of course they put as much effort as they could into into supporting it before we send you back to the Schanzer Leeza at the conclusion of your brief trip home. If I begged you to end on a hopeful note maybe an post markle Germany. You may be in Europe. Where would it be. Where do you find hope well. I think their frustrations in every every one of the countries I think think that Emmanuel macron although the president of France where I live. I think that he is trying to do the right things. I think he is a Democrat although he his authority is very powerful but I think that he understands the kinds of things that we're discussing miracle also although she's on her way out. She's is a lame duck. She's still a powerful influence for democracy we saw in. Spain people have been hanging onto democratic institutions country. Still Remembers Fascism for what it really was and I think there are signs of resistance many signs of resistance and people a lot of people thought that the European Parliamentary Elections a few months ago would be swept by these far right parties and that didn't happen in in fact the parties that are on the rise are the green parties in Europe because in Europe unlike in the United States the environment climate change those are huge and vital issues for voters at many levels but particularly for the young people of Europe and they just basically don't want to inherit a world. That's we'll. They'll be burned