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"luder" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:49 min | 3 d ago

"luder" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Let me offer a little bit of encouragement. When I arrived at Yale, I saw these beautiful gothic buildings that are meant to look like medieval cathedrals. And they talked about the western civilization and the liberal arts tradition. I thought, well, this is also wonderful. And then I kept reading gay activists and marxists and pro Soviet. Remember, this is the 80s. Dupes of Moscow. And I thought these people are ruining my wonderful western civilization institution and it took me until my junior year to realize, wait a minute, it's their punch bowl. I'll just be the dead rat floating in it. America is their punch bowl, folks. Let's just ruin it for them. Don't let them win easily. Make them pay. But I want to talk about the parallels with Germany because of Eric's book is fantastic. I read it in one day. I'm sure that gauls, 'cause I think it took him at least four to write it. It's my shortest, it's my shortest book. The cartoons really help, though. Because he got an illustrated by Scott Adams that there are all these Dilbert cartoons in it. And I never thought you could draw concentrates in camps in a Dilbert style and have it still work, but these are jokes, by the way. These are two of you who are in tracking. No, Scott Adams said no. When I mentioned a narco tyranny, how many of you have heard that term? Okay, look it up. A narco tyranny means anarchy for me, tyranny for thee. My rioters can trash your business. Like, the writers in Omaha Nebraska trashed the business of Jake gardiner. How many of you have heard of Jake Gardner? One or two. My next book whose title is no Second Amendment, no first. Is dedicated to Jake gardiner and I'm in touch with his family and when it comes out, I'm going to Arlington national cemetery and laying a copy on his grave. Jake gardiner was a combat hero from the Iraq War. He ran a business in downtown Omaha. A 5 time felon luder allegedly protesting the death of some other felon at the hands of some cops. Forget which. Remember, George Floyd's murderers went to prison immediate were arrested immediately. The system worked. So why were there riots? The system worked, all those cops were off the off the force. They all went to jail, why were they riots? Because the communists wanted there to be riots. A narco tyranny means we can run the streets. So a looter comes into his business, starts strangling his starts beating up his elderly father is trying to strangle George Floyd strangled Jake gardiner to death. Jay Gordon then and only then puts the rifle over his shoulder and shoots the guy trying to strangle him. They the local prosecutor said, well, this is obviously self defense. It's all on video. Rioters, antifa, and whatever street trash they could collect, picketed the prosecutor's house for three weeks. So he appointed a special prosecutor, a George Soros prosecutor who charged Jake gardiner with first degree murder and a hate crime. GoFundMe took down his defense fund, wouldn't let him raise money. His landlord evicted him. He was completely isolated. He was targeted by mobs. He committed suicide. He could fight against the Islamist terrorist in Iraq. He could not fight the woke mob and the elites here in America. Jake gardiner's body lies a moldering in the grave, his soul is marching on. I want you to remember his name, Jake Gardner, Ashley babbitt. How about Kyle rittenhouse? Pedophiles trying to beat him to death with a skateboard screaming kill him, kill him. Shooting guns at him, he shoots back, they try to send him to prison for first degree murder. They are allowed to do whatever they want. And if you defend yourself, they will prosecute you. Where does this come from? The Nazis. The Nazis pioneered this tactic. In Nazi Brown shirts, the essay would get in fights, they would shut down political speakers, they would silence, they would beat them up when they tried to give speeches. If those people defended themselves, everybody got arrested, the judges were pro Nazi that would let the Nazi thugs go and prosecute the people who defended themselves..

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"luder" Discussed on The Experiment

The Experiment

03:57 min | 11 months ago

"luder" Discussed on The Experiment

"Episode was reported by Elsa honasan and me. It was produced by sindhu. And Rachel Cusick with help from Sara Kari Tanya chala and Carolyn mccusker, with sound and music from Jeremy bloom and mixing help from arianne wack. A very special thanks to the talented Pamela Saba, who was the voice of Helen Keller. Thanks also to Julia bascom desiree coaches Peter coons Alexander Ritchie, Andrew Leland, Sarah luder man, Nate Jones, Nate pir boom, will Healy, the pianist who resurrected Helen Keller's long lost, vaudeville show tune from sheet music. Thanks also to the accessibility team, ebony gaetan, April Jackson, Annie deckman, Shannon finnegan, and Braille transcriber, Sharon von C speaking of Braille, alongside the transcripts that we post for every episode we have a Braille transcript for this episode. It's right up on the episode page, so let folks know about it if they might be interested. We're always trying to become more accessible. So if you have thoughts on how to improve, please let us know. A few books to shout out for this one. First and foremost, Kim Nielsen's the radical lives of Helen Keller. It's a fascinating read and we relied on it heavily to make this episode. Next up, Georgina klees blind rage. Letters to Helen Keller, Elsa honasan, has a new memoir out called being seen, beautiful, troubling, full of snark. And finally, Katie booths, the invention of miracles, language, power, and Alexander Graham bell's quest to end deafness. We had a much longer conversation with Katie booth about her personal connection to this topic. It became quite an emotional and stirring conversation flipped my brain around about a lot of stuff. And we are putting that up on the lab. Our members only feed. So if you are a member, you can find that there. And if you are curious about becoming a member, go check out radiolab dot com slash the lab. Wow, that was a lot of credits if you made it all the way through. Thanks for hanging out. We'll be back next week. Radiolab was created by Jada boom rod and is edited by Soren Wheeler. Lula Miller and lot of Nasser are a co hosts, Suzy luchtenberg is our executive producer. Dylan Keith is our director of sound design. Our staff includes Simon Adler, Jeremy bloom, Becca bresler, Rachel custic, W Harry fortuna, David Gable, Maria pas Gutierrez, Matt kilty, Annie mcewen, Alex Neeson, sarari, Ariane wack, pat Walters, and Molly Webster. With help from Caroline mccusker and Sarah sandbach. I fact checkers are day in Kelly,.

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"luder" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

Asian, Not Asian

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"luder" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

"Just check it out. Just to check this check. Oh man. That's crazy. I also wanted to say this is a little early, but I think this will come out this episode will come out right before. But you know, hey, happy new year. Also yes. Baby. You're Chinese. So you celebrate the New York? Okay. Yeah, it was like a big thing. It's because I used to spend that in Singapore, like I would go over for Christmas and then we just stayed till February and have a big old holiday for like two months. It was just like the 7th. Christmas lines take all the Christmas ornaments off the Christmas tree and then just put rin packets on it. Oh, shit. Keep the tree up. Yeah, there you go. Yeah, keep the trail up. Exactly. Damn. I love that. Oh yeah. I mean, that's I feel like luder new year is like the only time where HPE are allowed to act like it's a white girl or a 16th birthday, you know? Oh my God, yeah. Just fucking two months nonstop. Just yeah, yeah. But I think. Special. Is there any special like Singaporean twists on Chinese New Year lunar new year? I don't know if this is, I don't know the specifics of my culture well enough. We do this thing where we toss these super long noodles with fish. That might be a generally Chinese thing or it might just be specifically like Cantonese Chinese or a much important. I don't know, but it's like the whole long life noodles thing. I feel like every Asian girl dressing. That's not specific. That's the most general statement ever. Everyone needs a lot of holidays. Yeah. Yeah. That's what makes you an Asian person is eating all about this. Do people does your family who's still in Singapore? They go, oh man, desm is really killing it. We better be getting mad lucky money from people. Oh yeah, because you're giving an out yet? You know, I mean you're giving up. You're married, but like, yeah. Dude, this guy's got this guy's got this guy's got falcon.

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"luder" Discussed on Daily Game News Show

Daily Game News Show

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"luder" Discussed on Daily Game News Show

"Djns. It doesn't cost a dime now. It's getting the latest do that all right. So nintendo decided to drop their stuff or financial stuff. This morning am i this morning. I mean this today for japan so really normal timing right before you get into that real quick today at three. Pm central european time. I think that's what that stands for and seven. Am pacific time. So that will be a about an hour from where. I'm recording this. So by the time you guys listen to this. There's a good chance that this is over with from software will be showing off fifteen minute fifteen minutes of elden game play video via youtube and twitch. I'll be talking about that tomorrow morning. If you didn't get a chance to see it live you can check it out on my show notes at daily game new show dot com and get linked to the youtube presentation. Usually what happens is they'll throw that up on youtube as a video so you can watch it there if you didn't get to. Elden ring is a dark. Souls inspired game developed by the soul series creator Okay i'm gonna see if i'm pronounced this head at had a tha kok. Oh my god. Miyazaki in collaboration. With game of thrones creator. George are martin. Game will be out for xbox one xbox series excess playstation for playstation five in february twenty fifth. Twenty twenty one jesse. You don't wait until the show to learn how to pronounce the name. You can't pronounce all right take to take two's two k. Cancels fifty three million dollar game from hangar. Thirteen this from jason schreier with bloomberg dot com. According to people familiar with the decision schreier reports the company in its earnings statement was they said it had taken charge of fifty three million dollars for ending quote further development of an unannounced titled in its pipeline in quote the project which was code-named volt had gone through multiple iterations. Since it was first conceived the current version struggled a reboots due to reboot technological hip hiccups and challenges caused by kovic nineteen said the people who has not to be identified because they weren't authorized to speak publicly the game which has been in development in various forms since twenty. Seventeen was set to feature superheroes superheroes competing in online game play. It was set to be a new intellectual property for hanger. Thirteen but to k. Didn't see it. As a worthwhile investment because of the amount of time needed development before it became a finished product that people set an online some an online game. Play superheroes feature competing online. Gameplay that sounds like every single game that exists right now. I wonder they cancelled it. And boys of hangar thirteen which is also owned by take two and based in navajo california will meet thursday to discuss next steps for the studio take two didn't immediately respond to requests requests for comment again. This story at everything was from jason schreier with bloomberg dot com. Good job jason. Getting this marvel's midnight. Sons tactical rpg has been delayed rpg. Rpg has been delayed. Two second. half twenty twenty. Two game was originally supposed to come out next spring for access games. Had this to say about the delay quote. We decided to push our launch. Because we need more time to make this the best game possible in quote. They added it. They added these extra quote. These extra money will be used to add more story cinematics and overall polish and we'll be essential in helping us make our vision. A reality in quote developers developers avigdor announced the end of seasons in the beginning of something. They call chronicles for the free to play online survival. Luder shooter figures. Vigor is available for the playstation four and five xbox series s nintendo switch. I chronicles will be called vengeance. The goal of chronicles is insert more lower into the game. As this is something gamers have been asking for. Supposedly the developer had this to say about the visions chronicle quotes throughout the battle pass. You'll be able to collect cassettes that. Tell the story of adam of former former soldier. Who a former soldier who wants revenge and is out for blood and vigor. Chronicles vengeance adam. Tell adams tail is one of misery. Hope and heartbreak and we can't wait until you get to listen to it. The chronicles vengeance update also includes some small visual improvements for next gen consoles xbox series amply station five as well. This update the sod off shotgun in the ks. Twenty-three will now be considered secondary weapons. One thing is on the xbox wire xbox a blog is they list the xbox series x s x ed as getting some of the visual improvements whereas on the Bo is bohemia. Knows not bohemia. Yeah it's bohemia if you go to bohemia dot net. I'll have this lincoln. The show outs They list these series acts playstation five. Only they do not list the series aso. That needs some clarification. There's a good right up of the whole update now. Include the link to the post in the show notes daily game new show blood com. All right let's get into the nintendo numbers now. I just got this. When i woke up this morning i woke up this morning. i normal time for. Am these numbers were available. So and i went through them a couple of things that i noticed in the numbers. I don't know some of this is new or not as i just started reporting on video game news in full recently so i'm not one hundred percent caught up. Every single cells through number that exists that since the switch has six titles with sales over twenty million in comparison the we you the we the we us the we the we you i wrote that in my twitch twitch post my twitter post is the only other console with more than a seven titles but that includes the bundled we sports title that also includes there other We fitness and we fit and stuff. The we the switch and comparison they're six titles are all traditional just video game straight up. Not one of them is a Fitness title whereas with the the we the we. I don't know why i put we us. The we the only in comparison the we the only. I think i meant to say we you and the we you is not the title the thing. Yeah i don't know what the hell i'm talking about. Their mario kart eight deluxe sold three point. Six million for this year for a total of thirty eight point. Seven million total animal crossing new horizon so two point two million this year for a total of thirty four point eight five copies sold so far and by this year. I mean the six months. Total that the that nintendo released mario kart eight. Two locks has officially surpassed. Mario kart we and sales. Mario kart eight deluxe salt thirty eight point. Seven four million copies. So for while mario kart we so thirty seven point. Three eight million copies. It's pretty impressive. Considering the we sold.

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"luder" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

Capes and Lunatics

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"luder" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

"Underworld mating idaho having heard that. This meaning a maybe. They thought thought they're all going to behave on. Maybe it's i anticipate you thought it was like some seek sadistic thing that so decided to you know looking at checkout of innocent children and animals having heard that this meeting is taking place at the children's to ben rally slipped away to change into the scarlet spider in order to prevent any violence from erupting around the zoo attendees however upon his arrival the spiders ambushed by aura. Overdrive in the looter at the spider tries the lord of the villains away from the people they are then attacked by a pair of cyber slayers piloted remotely by jason so alistair smythe with via goals. I know they make short work of the minions of doctor octopus jason so rebels in the power of these cybernetic creatures begins plotting to portray smyth and take them for himself. The battle eventually draws the attention of the police and the fbi who arrive on the scene with the lunar cohorts incapacitated cyber slayers leave ending the conflict. Also arriving on the scene as orlando and his men who decide that this disperse upon seeing the authorities on the scene with the luder aura. Overdriving taken into police custody. Fbi agent stephanie. Briggs asked the spider to come in for questioning over the scarlet spider politely declines quickly swings way. While it's might slabs jason continues the plot against his partner finally docked at doctor octopus. Hide out the doctor. Fumes that being double crossed vows to destroy jason so his cyber slayers and scarlet spider once and four all. Yeah really enjoyable issue. I think it with the amount of the costs are i reckon zog. Oh doesn't ever really overplay his hand a still pretty straightforward easy to follow it doesn't it doesn't say messy because everything's con compartmentalize with sue. Try inside the spice. Then you basically got the two factions of sorry adopt the articles as been raleigh sheds light on. He's always stuck in the middle. Sorry oh in this step aside. He's stuck in issue stuck in the middle. That's pretty much a premise. I'm stuck up at the processor shipped a main just woods a out of the Knew what they sound technological a that was about it. But i'm not fun. I mean what did you make of the the action signs in southfield. I liked it Aren't there's something about the arts. I mean it's okay but it was a cup of tea. I mean it wasn't bad it wasn't but again it was on my favorite alabama too because there were so many hands in the pot like i said there was like three inkers three color at shows you'd think with more people that you'd potentially get a more refined product but yeah at a did the did same flat but it was stopping. Just kinda missing a Was you know you could actually see. The guy is the layouts and stuff but it didn't really have those details. Which really makes ops in pulp. You know you just showed that gleason spread of bottom and that's leagues above unfortunately these Yeah but it's still was born again. The design of the spot is very generic though very throw white at She didn't have to invest time in them but they just have to be scary looking and potentially you'd have to be able to distinguish the twain. One between them that was about it. Yeah and tom. Main lutheran aura of a again. Not too interesting validated. Serve the purpose The crux of this was basically just a meeting between the two factions. I didn't mind the action. I thought was good wasn't the greatest And i didn't really care. Much skype is a a local orlando white as well Love and and of course Bannon sued of mine. Ones all right. So should we get to the next one. Yeah alright so the action continues an amazing scarlet spider number two again in december. Ninety five raider. Tom belco pencil mark bagley. Hey can say that. Inker larry maltz dead colors. Bob sharon malibu color lederer bill oakley and editor bob buddy and ski Later on this one is caught in the game. The game In paris france the mercenary known as joystick meets with henry. One of the referees of the great game she has just arrived from battle in cast the lawn. That la plata enhance over. The spoils of victory a mass. She removed from the merced from the face of the mercenary known as el toro negro after collecting her money. She's interested when henry tells her that her next target is in new york city. She learns that. It is a non player in the news here of new york. The scarlet spider. She's a little disappointed that she is not testing her abilities against ater jeb their algan scout spotted. Cont hide from the shadow that cost him a but again opening up this a lot. The premise of this try to why did some sort of nefarious game afoot. Just reminds me of some of that. Is trump you. See in the films saw good introduction to joystick Unfortunately a very terrible live. Yes oh yeah. We're going to get more of the great game in a couple of months here. So yes Wildwood new york city. The scarlet spiders interrupted a brawl between two rival street. Gangs not needing the sort of trouble right now. Spider quickly webs up the gang members and russia's the club the war where. He's already late for shift as he arrives for shift. Ben rally continues to be concerned that his boss jason so's involved in some kind of criminal activity before he starts his shift bendix moment to call kerry bradley to apologize for cutting their date short the night before. She accepts his apology and agrees to go out on another date however she thinks herself. This is the last chance. He's willing to give ben reilly after his phone call. Benz co worker. Rachel combined say goodbye since club. War is under repair. She isn't going to make any money decided.

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"luder" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"luder" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

"Really He informed ben that he has been spying on doctor octopus and learn and learn that. She's in sending cybernetic warriors to retrieve the experimental components that so stole from her riley realizes the he off to take the job in order to keep an eye on things later goes to the l. jim to meet up with his neighbor kerry bradley. He arrived just as she finishes giving a self defense course carries happy to see ben in his looking forward to their coffee date However told her that he came in person that cancel because he took a new job at club the war and looking at feis look at the price of someone that he's totally pissed off. I mean all would be. I mean she says could have made other plans if you just let me know but yeah she's really happy. I know and then like spoilers next month. Calls him like a slacker. And it's like wait a minute. I you know i got a job. He yelled at me for you. Know the the work and it's yeah but she's upset a wishes that ben torture sooners says she can make other plans rally tells her that he is not intentionally blown often intends to make it up door. But you walks away without listening later at club. The war jason. So arranges for his assistant orlando can work delivered a stolen components to their mysterious employer each of us when he grows every month as well his massive massive now. he's even got falls in the back of his neck now. What what's happened stare steroids. He wrote it up. That's what that's what. Ben rally enters the first shift that says bodyguard. He has asked the weight and watches his kantor sent with a briefcase full of components. Ben tries to tag the briefcase with a spider tracer but rachel one of the club's bartenders. Getting send in the way when she gives jason so a drink doesn't like how it tastes and causes it interface and warns her that she will be out of a job if she in the bartender screw up his drinking. Gosh she got. She got hard liquor in there is terrible. I mean you must be making good money to be taken that kind of abuse at work. Yeah he then it's like there's no other clubs in new york the biggest city in the that like the biggest city united states. No other clubs. You go work at okay. Place the bane wa gas He spent if he is ready to be so's bodyguard me off outside the looter override and aura are watching us orlando leaves the club. The luder tells us teammates the keep so busy while he recovers stolen technology after the loser leaves. Override uses his powers to take control of passing big rig and forces at the crash through the front of club noir inside ben spider.

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"luder" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"luder" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"Scientists have studied the corona virus in the cove in nineteen disease that it causes with an intensity. that's hard to fathom tackling questions around how people get infected. They transmit the virus which and weather vaccine candidates work. What all those hundreds and hundreds of studies have in common is that they examined what the virus and the infected do the wild out in the real world with enough attention and enough time that does lead to solid data but a controversial one of a kind study in britain aims to learn a lot more a lot. Faster elliott this year in march a student. Cooled jacob hopkins lay down on a bed in london's royal free hospital and doctors placed droplets of liquid in his nose and clipped at shot. Natasha luder is the economists health policy editor. On on that day he came one of the first people in the world who was deliberately infected with covert for a medical but many people in the medical community thinks that the infection of mr hawkins and the thirty five other young people who were on this trial is actually kind of rather controversial and possibly even quite reckless. And as a result of the controversy of these what are known as human challenge. Trials britain is now the only country that has allowed them to take place. Then there's a second trial underway at the moment at oxford university. And what's the source of the controversy. Here well the controversy is that you are deliberately infecting someone with a disease and it's a disease that we don't have a lot of good treatments for we done. The human challenge trials in the past. I think since world war two we've done one about forty thousand participants and you know these trials have a kind of excellent safety record. What you're doing is you're giving an absolutely tiny those to really young healthy people and you'll studying them but kind of it is still so new and they're pure for it and of course it is something that as we well know can be fatal so i think for the opponents if these trials they feel that the risks of doing them still outweigh the benefits. That could come from them and as for this trial. How how did things go. How did it work well. It went very well. I mean the volunteers all turned up earlier this year and hospital. They were given covet and quarantined in room and they were tested every day and then subsequently they found that the volunteers were getting very mild infections. Just in the upper chest with very few symptoms and then once the virus oversee has cleared the body and they're no longer infectious that discharged but while that these patients will have been going through sort of battery of tests blood and spirit and aaron samples of the surface and all sorts of stuff lineup. And so what do you learn from these. What's what's the benefit of doing things in this way. Well the key thing about human challenge. Trials is that it's very controlled environment to watch infection take place and if you want to understand for example the natural course of the virus you have to start in a lot of people and try and figure out when they got infected and what kind of dice did they get. Well if you're in a laboratory you know there's things you can control all those extra factors but in a in a practical sense. What is it that we're we're going to learn from this. What was the sort of news you can use. That's gonna come out of this. So one of the first things they wanted to know is what is the minimum dice virus. You need to infect. Someone said they'll have figured that out for example and then they want to know in detail about what they would call the disease profile of the virus. One of the things that research has said was that they've been quite stunned in this experiment. By how consistent. The course of the disease was in the laboratory in different volunteers and so shedding. For example when you admit viral particles usually starts within a couple of days of that infection and then up today four when it then increases very quickly this other things as well. They've compared pcr tests versus lateral flow tests. Okay which is fascinating to look out because it would be really useful to know when the lateral flow tests can be reliably expected to give you a positive result if you are infected. And that's just not something. We really understand very well. And there's gonna be lots more besides but we're going to just have to wait for these results to be published. I'm particularly look forward to having a close look at what the immune system is actually doing during the course of an infection. That's another question again to address and the the volume of information that it looks like we stand to learn here and the fact that there haven't been any sort of tragic stories out of this trial us think that will make these kinds of human challenge trials less controversial in future. Yes i think. The success of this trial is going to be very compelling argument for what lots of people not everyone and there is still kind of quite a few dissenting voices. I'm she'll go be quite a few entrenched opinions at assists in particular. But you know it certainly seems that these trials can be run safely and that we should move ahead with using them for the other questions that remain to be answered other questions. That trials like this could answer one exactly. Yes and so what we need next our new vaccines. We need to task variant vaccines. We need to test vaccines head to head which one works better. But if you were to rely on field. Trials beyonce's could take months if not years to get the all and then you got the upcoming antiviral drugs where we're developing a loss of antiviral drugs at the moment and we're going to want to test these combinations and that again takes time and so there's great potential for these studies to yield really quick answers to very very important questions which makes it old. The more compelling than that there's so much to learn and and comparatively speaking relatively speaking little risk and learning at all. I wonder where the ethical beef really is. Well i suppose until you've done the trials you don't really know what that risk is but having done them. We can now say with more confidence that actually there isn't much risk but even prior to having this outcome. I think it's important to remember that. We do allow people in society to take risks for sometimes huge ones. Whether you're sending people up on an aging space shuttle or whether you're a virus hunter in the field there are lots of people who take risks that potentially could harm them. Kill them even and so within that context. It is important to remember that. Actually if you have someone who's given fully informed consent as these volunteers have and then. They understand what they're doing that you have to allow them to do it and remember that when a website was put up who day sooner calling for volunteers for these trials i think they had something like twenty thousand people volunteer so there are huge numbers of people who just want to do this for.

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"luder" Discussed on FRONTLINE: Audiocast | PBS

FRONTLINE: Audiocast | PBS

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"luder" Discussed on FRONTLINE: Audiocast | PBS

"In iraq. At the very beginning it would like victory satisfaction guests almost over counter. Terrorism adviser bruce. The united states welcomed as liberators that firstly it would be a cakewalk to go into iraq and secondly within a matter of weeks the country would be stabilized but like afghanistan iraq quickly became required monitor iraqi political analyst garage allocated is the statue fell on april ninth by april tenth. We woke up in the morning and the university was looted saddam's palaces open only journalists and authority turner's baghdad very quickly moves from state of joy and euphoria plus two one of almost utter bedlam luder set upon government buildings on businesses fires break out and there are thousands of us troops in the city at that point but they don't have orders to stop it either othman rashid. The goodwill in iraq lasted only a few days with the us attacked iraq. Without any plan b. was not even to keep law and order in bug that leave alone beyond the city's donald rumsfeld. I picked up a newspaper today. And i couldn't believe it. I read eight headlines that talked about chaos violence unrest and it just was henny penny. The sky is falling. I've never seen anything like it. It's just unbelievable. How people can can take that away from what is happening in that country secretary of defense donald rumsfeld had overseen the planning for the war trial. He was doing damage control. It is a fundamental misunderstanding to to see those images over and over and over again if some boy walking out with vase and say oh my goodness you didn't have a plan. That's nonsense author. Thomas ricks so there's one little ride the screed or something and people say henny penny. The sky is falling. I'm on the ground and the summer of oh three in iraq and it's very clear to me that what i'm seeing is very different from what people at the pentagon or see in an untidy and freedom's untidy free people are free to make mistakes and commit crimes and do bad things. They're also free to to to live their lives and do wonderful things. And that's what's going to happen here. Rome's froze disconnect grew as the country continued to unravel nine eleven commission. Executive director of philips l. rumsfeld actually thought and said that we could just go in and then get out. We weren't gonna do nation building in iraq and if iraq imploded. That was somebody else's problem in baghdad. Today the looting and shooting continued they still come in waves. Carting away metal frames the problem. President bush handed it to a little known diplomat. L paul bremmer the third jerry bremer agreed to become the presidential envoy to iraq then nightrider news reporter. Leyla bottle paul. Bremmer wasn't a middle east expert. He wasn't seen as an arabist. He wasn't a person who was an expert in post conflict rebuilding and then he becomes a sort of de facto ruler of iraq. Paul bremmer arrived in baghdad with grand bishops. us military advisor. Emma sky was found not to weapons mass destruction. The mission then morph to installing democracy. So ambassador bremer's spoke about. We're going to rebuild iraq like we did germany and japan after world war two and to do that we couldn't build from the old foundations. We had to create new foundations bremmer. First step to making this new iraqi. Democracy purge the entire iraqi government took tens of thousands of members of saddam's ba'ath party and those who were on high before in particular the ba'athists who used their power to repress the iraqi people will be removed from office. Us army general. David portrays they through tens of thousands of people out of their jobs out of their homes out of their future and even robbed them of their position in society. Shortly i will issue an order on measures to extirpate ba'athist and baptism from iraq forever. So there was no reason for these individuals To support the new rock in fact it was in their interest to oppose it metre. She'd what was the pentagon expecting that. American officers will take over the ministries and become minister of culture minister of health It was it was really abysmal situation. Brummer second-order disbanding the army and fire and hundreds of thousands of soldiers secretary of state colin powell. I was stunning because this is not the plan the was done and the commanders in the field out there were stunned because this was the solution to the security problem. We were going to reconstitute the iraqi army so that they could secure their country and instead we dismiss them and we turned loose. All of these ukraine military people who might have weapons with them and nuclear weapons were.

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"luder" Discussed on FRONTLINE: Audiocast | PBS

FRONTLINE: Audiocast | PBS

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"luder" Discussed on FRONTLINE: Audiocast | PBS

"In iraq. At the very beginning it would like victory satisfaction guests almost over counter. Terrorism adviser bruce. The united states welcomed as liberators that firstly it would be a cakewalk to go into iraq and secondly within a matter of weeks the country would be stabilized but like afghanistan iraq quickly became required monitor iraqi political analyst garage allocated is the statue fell on april ninth by april tenth. We woke up in the morning and the university was looted saddam's palaces open only journalists and authority turner's baghdad very quickly moves from state of joy and euphoria plus two one of almost utter bedlam luder set upon government buildings on businesses fires break out and there are thousands of us troops in the city at that point but they don't have orders to stop it either othman rashid. The goodwill in iraq lasted only a few days with the us attacked iraq. Without any plan b. was not even to keep law and order in bug that leave alone beyond the city's donald rumsfeld. I picked up a newspaper today. And i couldn't believe it. I read eight headlines that talked about chaos violence unrest and it just was henny penny. The sky is falling. I've never seen anything like it. It's just unbelievable. How people can can take that away from what is happening in that country secretary of defense donald rumsfeld had overseen the planning for the war trial. He was doing damage control. It is a fundamental misunderstanding to to see those images over and over and over again if some boy walking out with vase and say oh my goodness you didn't have a plan. That's nonsense author. Thomas ricks so there's one little ride the screed or something and people say henny penny. The sky is falling. I'm on the ground and the summer of oh three in iraq and it's very clear to me that what i'm seeing is very different from what people at the pentagon or see in an untidy and freedom's untidy free people are free to make mistakes and commit crimes and do bad things. They're also free to to to live their lives and do wonderful things. And that's what's going to happen here. Rome's froze disconnect grew as the country continued to unravel nine eleven commission. Executive director of philips l. rumsfeld actually thought and said that we could just go in and then get out. We weren't gonna do nation building in iraq and if iraq imploded. That was somebody else's problem in baghdad. Today the looting and shooting continued they still come in waves. Carting away metal frames the problem. President bush handed it to a little known diplomat. L paul bremmer the third jerry bremer agreed to become the presidential envoy to iraq then nightrider news reporter. Leyla bottle paul. Bremmer wasn't a middle east expert. He wasn't seen as an arabist. He wasn't a person who was an expert in post conflict rebuilding and then he becomes a sort of de facto ruler of iraq. Paul bremmer arrived in baghdad with grand bishops. us military advisor. Emma sky was found not to weapons mass destruction. The mission then morph to installing democracy. So ambassador bremer's spoke about. We're going to rebuild iraq like we did germany and japan after world war two and to do that we couldn't build from the old foundations. We had to create new foundations bremmer. First step to making this new iraqi. Democracy purge the entire iraqi government took tens of thousands of members of saddam's ba'ath party and those who were on high before in particular the ba'athists who used their power to repress the iraqi people will be removed from office. Us army general. David portrays they through tens of thousands of people out of their jobs out of their homes out of their future and even robbed them of their position in society. Shortly i will issue an order on measures to extirpate ba'athist and baptism from iraq forever. So there was no reason for these individuals To support the new rock in fact it was in their interest to oppose it metre. She'd what was the pentagon expecting that. American officers will take over the ministries and become minister of culture minister of health It was it was really abysmal situation. Brummer second-order disbanding the army and fire and hundreds of thousands of soldiers secretary of state colin powell. I was stunning because this is not the plan the was done and the commanders in the field out there were stunned because this was the solution to the security problem. We were going to reconstitute the iraqi army so that they could secure their country and instead we dismiss them and we turned loose. All of these ukraine military people who might have weapons with them and nuclear weapons were.

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"luder" Discussed on Gamer Talk Podcast

Gamer Talk Podcast

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"luder" Discussed on Gamer Talk Podcast

"He builds elaborate deathtraps to kill those that he's paid kill. Those deathtraps traps are usually based on arcade games. Hence the name. This raises so many questions. First off if he has the resources and intelligence to build huge deathtraps. Aren't there more efficient uses for all of those things that would allow him to be better. Assassin is his theme that important to him. He's gotten some kills over the years. Mostly a lot of avengers academy kids. No one cared about. But he's still pretty useless number seven. The first picture that came up of him looks like chucky to me. Yeah the scars on his face but yeah number. Seven cyber cyber was a wolverine villain who debuted in the early nineties. He had adamant. Jim arms clause that injected his victims with hallucinogenic hallucinogens. And his mutant psychic abilities. He's superstrong and durable as well. None of that has helped him in life. See cyber dies and is resurrected a lot. He's on his third or fourth body. And we'll no one cares. No one has ever cared. It's mystifying why he gets resurrected so much who keeps requesting this number six they need fodder every d- every Comic needs fodder meet shield number six. Romulus romulus is bad. Wolverine villain the best way to describe. Romulus is this picture. Sabertooth with a top not and black and white hair. Add some wolverine ask adamantine clause and some longer adamant team finger claws and you have an idea of what romulus looks like. Romulus was introduced as yet another evil mastermind behind weapon x and wolverines life and look. Let's be real. No one cares about that stuff anymore. Larry hammock closed the book on weapon x stuff in the nineties. Bringing more of it into the books or bringing more of it into the books it was the definition of padding something out and is just completely useless. The in though the deadpool comics i read. Romulus was in those and actually found him to be kind of interesting. So i disagree with that. Take but are yeah. It's not about interest john. It's about uselessness. Well he was actually like in the dead bull comics. They made him. They actually played him out to be this criminal mastermind and he legit was fucking with. Everybody's lives so yes. He ended up dying but he was very good at it. He's really good at it guys. You know what i meant. All right number. Five crossbones crossbones is one of red skull's main henchmen a luder on steroids and has a rather fierce some look people look at crossbones guy who can kick a.

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"luder" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"luder" Discussed on Here & Now

"Like the idea of choice and who's allowed to make choices choices are taken seriously and so how do you. How do you change this What's the road to changing What's wrong with these conservatives. Yeah i mean there's always going to meet a need for some kind of proxy decision making. That's that's just a fact of reality like there are some people who are not going to be able to articulate what they want or who may not be able to understand a certain situation in order to make a meaningful choice. That's just a fact of life but there's no reason that whatever that proxy decision making is has to be so total so extreme in every sense of a person's life and i think like i think really what we should be doing is maximizing choice when we talk about school children with disabilities. The the standard Is something called the least restrictive environment. ideas to someone as much freedom of choice is possible and for some reason that doesn't extend to adults. maybe it should Well do you think the brittany spears case the publicity surrounding it will make change. I hope so. I'm really optimistic about this. Because it's just it's been something that people don't talk about because of because of shame because of the deeply personal nature of the problem Because most people who are under guardianship or conservatives don't have the platform britney spears has may not be able to express articulate themselves the way britney spears does so i. I'm just really interested to see where things go. And i feel optimistic about about the future because the just people are having a conversation about it and that there's interest is a huge step forward. Sarah luder men is a freelance journalist and commentator. She writes about disability politics. Research and culture. Sarah thank you so much. thank you well. we have a minute here. Exactly one minute. thanks director. mark david to welcome scott. Tong scott is here and now's new co host beginning on monday scott. Welcome jane. it's great to be in the studio with you. Thanks great to have you. We know you from marketplace but give us quick introduction. Oh i've been able to you know. Go to a more than a dozen places in the world that try to track what's happening in the global economy. They should me off to china for a little bit so it has been had been a great ride and hopefully i can bring a little bit of that global perspective to the program here. Scott we give you fifteen seconds for your bio which was cruel. Nothing good to hear you. What's on your mind as you get ready to start. you know. Peter were peddling so fast and the new cycle. Now i'm here and that's a great job. Contextualising delivering meaning you and jane to. It's also.

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"luder" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"luder" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"The most important thing is that the child gets the experience win. Lose or draw without judgment so this is something a lot of parents need to hear. This is something. I wish i heard earlier. I i was telling you before we started. I definitely pushed my kids too hard and do maybe that was my unfulfilled ambitions. I tried to impose on my own children and i. I read a book later in life. It talked about how you wanna make things fun for your kids and it sounds like for you guys at the beginning you just fun. Yes because you know is a must for us. We no matter what we representing. Gracie's we all dress geese from. I mean i get my g before my diapers so we all become little gray season. Our identity is by. Oh you're going to be a champion xu. We're gonna fight like a dad so you you is a natural for you using geese. Tranny spy It's all fun. And i never felt like it was a seat whose business even competing because my dad didn't put me pressure. He he always like by first competition. He said to me he asked me. If i want to compete. I said yes and then he said if you win. I give you a gift if you lose. I give you gifts. So that's kinda in between lines. Say my dad's not going to be upset with me. If i lose so i didn't know what's really represent that kind of statement but i felt like my dad's not going to be upset so that's a plus and i lose that fight and i don't even remember i forget to gifts or not but what i felt from that that situation is my dad was not upset is okay and after that i keep continue competing i was successful in my other fighters fights but was good support of my dad and no pressure. Make me feel like shoots. We something for me to ticks regardless of somebody else judgment you go on to say this. You say even as a small boy. I silently observed from close proximity fear courage aggression and cowardice. I notice small things about people because they provided clues about their true nature things as simple as the way someone shook my hand the way people acted when they won and the way they acted when they lost told me a lot. I often wondered. Why a guy who beat me. So mercilessly made excuses not to train with my older brothers. I didn't judge them. I just knew that. I didn't want to be like them. There's a lot of human nature that gets revealed on the jujitsu matt's who no doubt about He was young and i was stopped teaching helping my brother hardy teach private lessons. I was thirteen. Fourteen years old. And i was there like a dummy. You know so. Hicks only down john mountains just to practice movements so i was helping him to teach and i got a little deep after the class you know. He gave me some ice cream or some so. I was to just watching and teach in helping. And then i asked. My dad said that what. I should do to be the best teacher and then he said to me. If you wanna be a good teacher you learn good armlock a good scape from the bottom. Whatever and teach. You're a student and he will be efficient on the technique. When if you want to be an excellent student you have to see. You have to try to understand what these students need to learn. So he's not about what i want to teach is about why he needs to learn so based on that another route was created because cannot just be as usual teacher. I have to be a psychologist and understand what i need to teach make happens to make the guy seeking happiness more efficiently so i student with stance and clarify. I will teach him like to become an relaxed and luder moving in slow motion for the guy who stance and tried to beat duffin in aggressive in so it calmed down and relax so the other guys are lazy. Came up man. Come come come. So i i bring. The energy needs to be naturally on him so becomes a half psychology half jujitsu class and that's was a big transformation for me because i started to understand my service as something between hase people's lives qualities of life. You know it's not about being just a martial arts or or a teach. Juju fight i have not to breathe. I have to teach you to strategize. I have to teach have emotional control. I have to teach you to visual make islamisation to teach you to not only using the technical elements but also the speed it elements. I have to teach you to have hope fate and and things like that so in other for you'll become expert in jujitsu is you. You basically become expert in life too because you you know how to put yourself in situations and be able to to recognize the situation and see if you need alabama communism in your brain a better control in your body or you have to really surrender to a higher god and put because in one point we cannot have be afraid of death. You know and if you're able to understand your mission your your your commitment. Your your owner are above that line. You become a fearless component. Because you're not afraid to die at all. How a navy seal can go to battle not visualizing the possibility to die how a fireman can save a kid from from structure. We don't this sliced chance of him to die in fall. We've so once you become comfortable in their septa off the result you not in control you become a much more complete not a warrior because you just find your mission as priority not exactly so in represent these youths who was a big thing for me which transcends my life my my my physicality was something i put my honor and my fate on top of everything so i was able to accepting challenges in ready for challenges which different than a soda represent the army which you have commands. You have weaponry you have strategies you have situations which are not exactly up to you for me..

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"luder" Discussed on Gugacast

Gugacast

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"luder" Discussed on Gugacast

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"luder" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"luder" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"Racism is specifically anti black racism by the way because that according to the left is the only real racism that there is. There's no such thing as anti white racism anti black. Racism is the cause of all the problems in chicago so says chicago mayor lori lightfoot who declared on thursday that at the systemic racism in chicago is a public health crisis. The city needs to divert ten million dollars in grants from the cdc grants that were meant to fight corona virus to establish quote healthy. Chicago equity sounds quote at almost every point in our city's history. Sadly racism has taken a devastating toll on the public health and wellbeing of our residents of color. Particularly those who are black. Chicago has a lot of problems over the past year during corona virus during the lockdown. So i should say shootings and murders are up. Fifty percent fifty percent five zero racism right. It's all white racists going out and hunting down poor innocent black men. It's all trump supporting white men in maga- hats yelling it's mega country on the south side of chicago. Well poor old jussie smollet just tries to eat his subway salad right. Is that what it is. Well it's it is a lot like that in that those two alleged white trump supporters were giant nigerian guys who were hired by smell at himself if you look at the crime statistics in chicago. What percentage of the victims are black. Seventy five percent. Okay that's pretty bad. Seventy five percent of the victims are black. So what seventy five percent of the perpetrators are white. No turns out when you look at the killers. Seventy one point three percent are black so almost say a little bit less so do white people make up the rest of that. No of the victims eighteen point nine percent are hispanic the killers twenty four point. Six percent are hispanic. That's that's interesting. That's kind of making up for the other numbers. And then how about white people of the victims four point six percent or white of the killers three point five percent are white so significantly less likely to be a killer than to be killed if you are white in chicago. A racism has nothing to do with it. Unless all of these black murderers or anti-black racists these hispanic murderers or anti hispanic racists probably not. Racism is as we've said before on this show just a stand in for very shallow thinking progressives for secularists to be able to make sense of the fact of sin we know that sinn pervades the world we knew original sin is not some untested theory. It is just an observable fact. We are broken. We all fall short of the glory of god. We all do bad stuff and because we all do bad stuff. There's a lot of bad stuff in the world but we can't make sense of that anymore. So the only evil that we can ever talk about is racism. Even though there's just no it's insane it's insane to say that chicago's problems are because of racism that seventy two percent of killer one point three percent of killers in chicago or are black because of what because of secret self. Aiding racism doesn't make sense. It's not just chicago. The what this is leading to is a very perverse system of injustice by the imaginary problem of systemic racism. The completely made up the problem. Systemic racism don't forget the only legal racism in this country is against whites and asians in university admissions. It's called affirmative action. There are other things that come out of that other sort of grants and other legal issues but it all goes in that direction it does not nago in the other direction but because we have this bizarre distortion of reality this misperception we have greater injustice. So for instance during the blm riots of twenty twenty. Many people were caught on video. There's cameras all over the place in this society. They were caught on video looting. Rioting burning things to the ground hurting people killing people and now they're getting off the hook if you were a blm luder not if you're a conservative guy. If you're a blm luder you get off the hook. According to the data one hundred eighteen arrests were made in the bronx during the worst of the looting in early june. You know the mostly peaceful looting. Ju justice for george. We're gonna go steal some puma sneakers nike. I dunno hundred eighteen arrests since that time the bronx district attorney and the courts have dismissed most of the cases. Just dismiss them. You bus down some window. You go and steal some guy's property odds are you're gonna get off the hook. Seventy three cases completely dismissed. Eighteen cases remain open nineteen convictions but not nineteen convictions. For the crimes they actually committed nineteen convictions for lesser crimes. Like trespassing which includes no jail time. Not just in the bronx manhattan. There were four hundred eighty five arrests during the blm riots specifically on charges of looting of those cases. Or i suppose not for charge. They didn't charge them. So this was arrests for looting. Two hundred twenty two of these cases of the forty five were dropped just completely dropped. Seventy three resulted in convictions. Again for lesser counts like trespassing with no jail time and other forty cases involved juveniles. They were not really dealt with. They were sent to family court and then one hundred twenty eight cases remain open one hundred twenty eight of forty five even have the chance of remaining open..

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"luder" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"luder" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"Brown was twelve and if they bring back jabari parker who guarantees half of his salary on opening than there are thirteen already. So maybe that's just hey like we. We just need more roster spots flexibility as well and that's an interesting interesting transition to the oklahoma city thunder who now have three first round picks in twenty twenty. One we don't know the exact numbers we know they're going to have sixteen then they're either going to have. I believe it's their their own pick for sure but then either eighteen or five. Because that's the only pick were the were the only spot where the houston pick would convey. That's that's a variance for them. But that's three first round picks either direction they also have some non guarantees gabrielle deck williams who we assume they're going to get picked up whether he's there or elsewhere isaiah roby ski picked up and so for for oklahoma city. They also you know. They lose some some financial flexibility this year at the coming year next because now they're they're still plenty of space but they're down to thirty five forty million depending on some of those some of those contracts that's less than they had before and then they also lose a significant spending power in twenty two when kimball walkers fully guaranteed al horford was not but they got an yeah so so they actually are not by twenty two the summer of twenty two shades. Max is gonna kick in and they'll probably only be about twenty million in cap space by that point a and the other thing is the roster spots there to get to that. But that's exactly where. Yeah i mean. So because they're going to run into an issue. Incidentally that boston has dealt with for the last three years. Which is that. you're bringing in a lot of new players and you don't necessarily clear out as many because not only do i mean beyond the myriad second round picks that the thunder have. They have three first round. Picks this year the expectation is that they'll have three picks next year then as of now they have two or three first round picks and twenty three so and never these are rookie. Scale contract run for years. Also sam prestige has found value on the margins. Guys like lured intel malegaon. And so who worked for sean picks but are a part of their future to be sure so at some point they're going to run into those issues probably going to have to trade some of those young guys for below market value because coalescing trades. You know you can't trade four quarters for dollar like that's not the way the nba works and you can't trade four dimes for fifty cents or five times for fifty cents either. So i think that's going to be a real a real challenge for prestige and now you can also do something that where you can combine those things sexually easier to do before the picks are made. And so maybe you could see. Let's say they end up with five sixteen eighteen. You could see in eighteen. Become a better pick or even five sixteen eighteen. Try to move up a little bit. Get the player. Probably not gonna get number one but you could get a player that you like more within that top five group. Yeah and obviously the lottery will determine that they could have a pick in the top four. That's their own. And they got a forty eight percent chance that houston's pick will be number five and that they get that also and then they'll also then they lose a team still have sixteenth at and so. I'm sure because of those things you talked about will probably try to see. Some consolidation trades for them at draft time actually to move up in the draft with with all these picks in terms of just the roster spot right now with those three players that they're probably gonna draft or projected draft as of now. They've got fifteen players under contract however that announced include spe- mcaleer because a restricted free agent. But they have five guys who are non-guaranteed. Isaiah roby does guarantee pretty early on. I would imagine they would probably just guarantee the other thing too is they can always even the guys guaranteed. They can always eat the money. Churn the they're going to be. I would be shocked if they go into this season. Above the cabinet. They'll go into the season price still with money and they can easily take on the thirty two million for next year that will drop if they get two picks in the top five but they'll have plenty of room to just take guys on get some more picks get some more players as well and know most of these guys that we're talking about date so the nine guarantees they have luder. That's gonna get picked up. Charlie brown junior. We'll see roby. It seems like he showed enough to get picked up. Same with williams who i think would be a good trade candidate And they got Gabrielle dak as well. So all these guys i mean they could bring all these guys in camp and then just got the ones who don't work out i mean and even with you're talking about the draft picks. I mean. some of these guys are going to not work out. And that's okay. You have enough bite that the apple does a lot on this trait but there was a lot to unpack here and probably too early to grade this for the celtics. I would have thought. I would hope they could get a little bit more value for a pick that that good but like crazy terrible value and it seemed like the camera thing was not working out there so and just to have a team like the celtics. Just can't have that much salary tied up in a guy who might not play. You're just beard just behind the eight ball at that point. So that's a big part of this and we'll see they're in. There is a theory of how they can kind of make up for not having a traditional point guard by running south through horford. And we'll see how that goes..

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"luder" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"luder" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"To vote and it wasn't even close to be like he wasn't gonna pull it off and so when i was doing was maybe you people could get like it's funny because people like just another. Espn lip but now i've become like maga- boy because i said this awful week you know whatever the job of president whatever the demands are whatever the pre at the very least like one of the easiest things about the job is understanding decency understanding how to be decent in the moment like sometimes the country just needs a fucking hug and you need to say the right thing and trump was incapable of ever doing that. So even if you're a trump supporter listening to this podcast. Like i think you'd even have to fewer of of moderate intelligence go. Hey it would have been nicer if he could have. Just you know not pissed everybody off in the aftermath of another horrible thing happening And even listening. This people are going to hear me. But i was trying to like kinda shake the listener go. Hey like not even as the biggest obama guy. Either i can understand. He would be so much better right now because he would know what to say he would act more like a leader he would actually be as cheesy as it. Sounds a little more presidential. And maybe none of that stuff matters and changes anything grand scheme of things. But i was presenting that and then i woke up on that monday and was like oh and seriously like one of the new york papers said russillo defends vote for trump for tax purposes. After george floyd murder. And i went. Oh you gotta be kidding me like in so then you know then once that happens then it's kinda game on because everybody can be like well. I'm using that headline is my source. And then all sorts of stuff was was going on. Some weird stuff happened. And i remember like a reporter who just had everything wrong and was trying to like. I could tell people. Were trying to get me. And i would call him back and go. Look we're off the record here. But like here's the deal. This is wrong. this is wrong. This is wrong and he'd be like and we talked it out. I thought we were fine. And then he took one piece of what i was talking about. Looting where i said look the who's pro luder by the way everybody that's in social media that if you're from one part of the argument trying to point out like oh look at this group looting. Well there's another group that looks completely different from this group. That's also doing the same shit so my thing is if you're a bullshit peddler for your own message i have no time for you whatsoever. And i pointed that out but then there was one part of it where it turned into. I was saying something about sneakers being so and then that ends up in the new york times in so you were like what are you doing. This is this isn't even accurate..

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"luder" Discussed on Gamepinions

Gamepinions

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"luder" Discussed on Gamepinions

"Anthems even about like is that like a story gamers like a like i. I honestly don't even know why you destiny right so yeah it's kind of like a luder shooters like that. Yeah so there's you can get although Anthem was much more. Pay to win in much. More purchasing aesthetics and things like that and Yeah you have different missions and you go through your basically shooting enemies than you fight a boss at the end of the mission and now is it the only thing i will say like graphically it looked pretty cool but that was really it. There is there is nothing to it other than you know. The graphics look pretty but yeah very similar to destiny it's I didn't make it much into the story. So i i don't know what happens. I just. You're fighting aliens in. I'm sure something generic is the end. Story a groundbreaking. Yeah it doesn't sound like it would. It's it's funny because you know prior to hearing about the fate of anthem this week. You know how they're planning it out. I haven't heard about anthem in like a really long time. It's like it's just disappeared. Like no one cares about this game anymore. Like at this point. Like i said it's better to just you know just cut bait. Just leave it behind because no one gives a crap about anthem. Because it's yeah. I was kind of curious because i want wanna new doing this. I just wanted to see if anybody is still playing. It and i was on the sub reddit for anthem and that kind of seems to be. It's not a very active sub reddit. And it's unfortunate because it seems like there are maybe like a very minority players that are not enjoying the game but they recognize that it could have been cool as with most games fail. I mean any game can be cool If it gets made. I mean it's usually not totally lame at least the idea And that's kind of what this was like. The idea was cool but the execution failed net. Kind of seems to be there. They're feeling is Nobody thinks it's going to it's going to Continue i guess. Everybody seems to think that it's going to be done. They're going to cut it by. Its again another. Misra may yeah. It's just it's disappointing. And i can't help but feel somewhat responsible because like i'll be honest there's been sometimes where we'll be playing madden or something and i'll buy like a card pack with my money and it's like i'm thinking how many people have been doing this. Reinforcing that these micro transactions are okay. I'm guilty while i got you know it's funny. I just said. I didn't buy it. But i kinda did. I paid for origin access. Yeah which is a good deal. You get a lot of games throat. Which is why do it but technically did buy it. Because i had that and yes i think we played for a few years ultimate team on madden and it's it is a fun game but you keep they keep getting. We're we're are totally to blame. Yeah i mean that's like with every dlc like a see you know we are okay with with purchasing like new map packs and stuff and then they just started nickel and diming you know. Let's let's make them by a hat or an outfit or whatever. I it's make them by a player that he's going to use this year and then if you want some again next year he's gonna have to pay for it again. No progress continues your dollars literally. Just get burned the minute you open those backs do the amount of money i spent on a dynasty..

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Second night of clashes in Philadelphia after police kill Black man

CRUSADE Channel Previews

01:07 min | 2 years ago

Second night of clashes in Philadelphia after police kill Black man

"A second night of unrest in Philadelphia began Tuesday over the police shooting death of a Black Man Walter Wallace junior twenty, seven years old a thousand looters have reported targeting businesses. Police said in the city looters ransacked a footlocker rite aid and other retail stores. At least one vehicle was set on fire. The Philadelphia Police Department warn people to avoid an area where at least at thousand Luder were ransacking businesses in the port. Richmond area videos posted to social media show people leaving a Walmart with clothes, electronics, and other. Items Around Ninety one people were arrested Monday thirty officers were injured amid violent clashes. The unrest comes after the police shooting death of Wallace. On Monday, Wallace was armed with a knife was shot by two officers during a confrontation authorities said Wallace ignored repeated warnings to drop the weapon. Before he was shot, the officers had responded to his home twice before earlier in the day a third called, a first responders was meant for an ambulance to help the twenty-seven-year-old deal with a mental health crisis according to the family. Attorney.

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Avengers has a message for players

Kinda Funny Games Daily

02:23 min | 2 years ago

Avengers has a message for players

"Has a message for board players. This is Mike Fahey over guitar. As a service game of injuries flailing the initial excitement overplaying belief superheroes has dulled thanks to a lack of variety late game content even players who enjoy the grind multi-player luder slash shooter games like our own a notice are finding their enthusiasm waning the games read it is filled with disappointed players wondering why they should keep on playing. It's team player base is dwindling with with less than two thousand players online as of this writing. Players want some sort of roadmap showing what new content is coming in win. What they've gotten is a bit vaguer developer. Crystal Dynamics is dedicated to delivering new story in mission content for the game, but it's not clear when that's going to happen I reached out to crystalline Amex earlier today regarding the lack of content and dwindling player base in response the developer sent a lengthy statement from studio heads. Scott amost. We're not gonNA read all of it but I'll give you a few pieces of here. At to our players every day we fight to make the best game possible our community. We have a great community management team across on Amex and squaring X. who funnel all your concerns, suggestions, and feedback to the development team. Daily we are listening we are making fixes, improvements and additions as fast as we safely can to make Marvel's avengers the game we aspire to be. As such, we have a number of new content pieces coming in the weeks ahead including a totally new warzone mission type CAU- tacking on riffs a new outpost as jumping off point for the new story missions in the future and aims cloning lab, which requires a coordinated high level group of four players to beat the new. To beat with new top and loot rewards finishing it and in each of these updates, we do tuning bug fixing to enhance the overall experience. Uh Scott goes on then to re a rehash of course, they also have to new here's coming. Kate Bishop Clint Barton to Hawkeye's we know that they were supposed to be the end of October Clint supposed to be the end of November. Then of course, the ongoing bug fixes, addresses and everything else they wanted to. We are confident that we'll see pc players parentheses as well as those on xbox one and playstation for return to the game as we add exciting new late game content and demonstrate that we continue to be focused on improving the game. We'll have more information and details about the very near content drops in a blog scheduled for next week, and we have a new community and we have new community communication initiatives coming soon. To even more directly share fun and useful information with you.

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Nature, or nurtured? A politicised virus-origin hunt

The Economist: The Intelligence

08:43 min | 3 years ago

Nature, or nurtured? A politicised virus-origin hunt

"The origin of the novel Corona Virus Wear and POW. Actually I infected. Human has become more than a scientific question yesterday. President Donald Trump claimed he had seen evidence that the virus came from a laboratory in China will look at exactly where it came from who it came from how it happened. Separately and also scientifically. So we're going to be able to find at my question is. Have you seen anything at this point that gives you a high degree of confidence that the Wuhan Institute of Urology was the origins virus? Yes that's not what Mr Trump's own intelligence services have suggested they say they've seen no evidence of genetic engineering and that's what scientists are saying so far too but the story is nowhere near complete before the initial outbreak. In a Chinese city of Wuhan. The trail goes cold. There's much more than a blame game at stake here. Finding out exactly how. This latest corona virus made the leap into humans is vital putting a stop to future outbreaks over the last twenty years. Humans have been hit three times by Corona viruses that cools fatalities. Natasha Luder is our health policy editor. The first signs of trouble were in two thousand two. When saws entered human population. The second sign of trouble was in two thousand twelve when mesmerized somewhere in the Middle East and now the question everybody in the Raji and epidemiology wants answered is where exactly Saws Kobe. To the virus that causes coded nineteen came from are the potential origins of this corona virus. Well the main theory is that this virus jumped from an animal probably in the city of Wuhan towards the end of last year another theory. Is that the spillover event as they're called happened somewhere else and the virus actually has been spreading in humans unnoticed for some time and it arrived in the food markets on was simply kind of amplified in the unsanitary conditions that the Wuhan Market was Warren of little shops. The animals are being gutted that kept in cages on top of each other and it sounds really kind of unsanitary. The third theory which is seen as less likely is that it leaked from Lavar trade. That was handling viruses. And why is it so important to address that question specifically the origin question? A number of reasons the most important being that if there's a precursor virus that is circulating currently in an animal now in China it could jump over into humans again and could cause another outbreak if we can find out how this virus jumped over into humans the maybe we can stop these kind of things happening again in the future. Where does the research point so far with the current state of play in terms of an origin most human corona viruses like saws covy to have animal origins both saws original saws on murders that ancestral virus was about that bat virus then transferred into an intermediate animal and then jumped into humans? We already know that there is a bat virus that look similar to size covy too so we have some clues that are pointing in that direction too. Why is the hunt on for an intermediate animal? Why is it so certain? Hasn't come directly from bats. Well it is possible that it came directly from bats but the fact is the humans. Don't have much contact with bats. And so the way that we have had viruses before that have ultimately oath origin tobacconists through an intermediate species with Mas. The Bat virus jumped into camels in the case of Sauce. Kofi we don't know what the intermediate species is this being a lot of speculation people wondering about penguins. We know that it's the virus could transfer into cats. It could be any of a number of animals. You keep saying jumping and transference. How exactly does that happen? I is it changing all the time. And so if you imagine you've got a virus in a bat and every time it reproduces though be an era a genetic mutation and so they changed. Just slowly through random mutation. That's one way but if there are two different viruses in the SAIMAA animal on Bass do carry a number of different current viruses. What happens is the two different viruses can exchange genetic information through something called recombination and recombination allows for kind of big shifts in the way that a virus works and so you can exchange loss of genetic material between two devices will unavoidable questions. Here is the line of inquiry about not having been a complete random event about it being engineered in a lab some conspiracy theorists would suggest scientists have looked at at theory Eliana and they dismissed quite quickly and said it just doesn't like it's been genetically engineered if you were going to genetically engineered virus you would take bits of. Barr says that exist you Bolton together to create something new and that isn't the case this sequences completely novel. It looks like it's the product of some sort of naturally evolutionary process. So we can rule out the genetic engineering but we can't rule out is a laboratory release a tall. There's no doubt that to laboratories in will hand were working with back Corona viruses. But some people have pointed out that with lots of people handling bats in these laboratories. Isn't it possible that the bat virus jump straight from the baton to human who is infected in some kind of laboratory accident and who then carried it into the city of Wuhan Festival? It's very difficult. Proven negative and so one of the concerns about this hypothesis is while it's a completely reasonable question to ask. The question has become quite political. Nasty Way I'm not ready to rule out the possibility of a laboratory origin but I think it has to be one of the less likely options that we are pursuing. If we'RE GONNA get distracted by essentially politicians trying to score points win. Lose sight of the science questions which important public health will permit to be distracted. Though you say people are in these high security labs that is to say these leaks. Don't happen I mean truly they do. Yeah I mean we get leagues all the time. You have leaks from arteries around the world. The math outbreak in Britain came from laboratory. You've had saws escape in China twice. You've had outbreaks in US laboratories. I mean remember the Dod. It managed to send live anthrax in the post to over two hundred countries around the world. I think you need to take a step back Jason. When saws broke out when I broke out when AIDS broke out there. Were PEOPLE READY WITH SERIOUS. These genetically engineered viruses and they all turned out not to be true and so it is a very human thing to speculate that that's swear novel virus comes from but all I can turn back to is science and say while it doesn't look like one. Do you have a sense of science will ever pin this down? We'll we know what the intermediate animal was or or indeed could be or where we might expect to see future corona viruses pop out and be able control that in some way. So I'm not to mistake. I think we will get to all of these questions. One thing we do is we can start looking at blood samples from humans going back into November and figuring out if they have antibodies to saws copay. And that would give us some idea of whether this virus really did start on that focal point of the Wuhan market which it may not have done or were circulating more widely in Wuhan off further beyond what scientists also need to do is interview in detail. The early cases for that. Some cooperation from the Chinese would be very useful. I do have concerns the that the charge nature of the debate is making it more difficult for the Chinese to be supportive open and welcoming to outside scientific inquiry exchange of information between scientists happened before this and it will happen after this. I would guess it would be happening. A little bit more consistently and openly. Were not for the fact that this has become such a political hot potato

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Brazil's former President Lula released from prison

Monocle 24: The Briefing

07:35 min | 3 years ago

Brazil's former President Lula released from prison

"Former president Louis Lula da Silva has has been released on one of the first things he did was to address thousands of his jubilant supporters. The Metalworkers Union in Sao Paulo Monaco's Latin American affairs is correspondent leasing. The Elliott was there and I'm delighted to say. She joins us on the line. Now Welcome back to monocle twenty four. Listen what were things like on Saturday. When Lula appeared appeared was I stay really sort of marked a move really away from Lulu the political prisoner Emerton Lou? The politician thousands of people as you say gathered outside right the union where his political career really took off back in the one thousand nine hundred and they were there to hear his public address and it was a carnival of sorts with live music coming home really that that contrasted hugely to the very somber mood last time. The Workers Party supporters met at the site in April of last year when Luder actually handed ended himself into the authorities and went to prison. We stayed until fairly late. And there was a brief moment where he sort of popped his head out of the Union Wendo to say good night but it was certainly one of if one of celebration on Saturday and also there is a sense that this is a political breakthrough because yes he has been imprisoned and no he. The corruption charges have not been dropped and no he can't run for public office but this is him positioning himself back in the political limelight. Isn't it yet. He certainly and he reiterated his political ambitions of the weekend naturally said that the left can take back reveals presidency in the twenty twenty two election. Technically yes he's barred from running running for public office because of the conviction because of the charges against him but there were talks actually of a national tour in coming weeks or months where he set to meet with constituents truants. I mean there haven't been further details about that whether he actually manages to eventually become a candidate again. What is clear he seems to be trying to? Galvanize is in reinvigorate the left in Brazil because up until now there's been a distinct lack the plausible opposition figure to Bolsonaro since he took office a little over eleven months months ago and unloader appears to want to be just that. Do you think he will be able to be plausible political figure given the fact that he has got such a backstory that no one can forget get I mean for his detractors. Lulu still remains a highly controversial figure and is blamed for fostering a culture of corruption in Brazil and should be kept opt in prison. I mean I remember. When he was jailed back in April last year there were fireworks going off in parts of the country and celebration and also on Saturday? Although it wasn't as widely reported did but pro Bolsonaro groups really came together in the city of some Paolo in supported. The president's and to many of the millions voted for Bolsonaro in the last election. Lueders release piece is is a reminder of exactly why they did and there have been talks among political analysts early this morning that say that maybe it's not the best moves by the Workers Party to out him. At Center stage we see how in Argentina recently by putting polarizing but nevertheless still powerful figure Christina kitchener further in the background. You know she ran as vice president. That really paid off and she liked. Lula had a string of corruption related charges against her But being in the backseat so so yes. This is still very much up for debate at a whether it would be a a move sorts. Tell us a little bit more about what his the next move can possibly given the fact that he's barred from standing for office but nonetheless is not barred from speaking in public exactly so the charges haven't been dropped against against him what's changed. Since Thursday's Supreme Court ruling is that he can appeal but as a free man and very publicly before he had to exhaust. The appeals process from jail and this is also applied to thousands of other inmates here in Brazil his conviction relating to the beach side apartment stands and his lawyers said the over the coming weeks immediately. They're going to continue to appeal because he was serving this for eight years and ten months for corruption and money laundering and still faces a half a half dozen corruption. Trials luda still whoa denies all the charges and he's urging that they're politically motivated in order to keep him out of the presidential election and but for the moment you know the the main thing is that he's out in public. Listen to relate. Thank you very much indeed for joining his own monocle twenty four. Let's get more on this now. From Ovarian Fernando Pacheco Echo Fernando is native of Sao Paulo and was back home visiting his family over the weekend. In fact just off the plane hunting your finances so welcome to the studio. Just tell us a little bit more about what it it was like to be in Sao Paulo in your hometown and see Lula back in the headlines again. First of all he was such a surprise. I was not predicting This decision decision by the Supreme Court and when it was announced of course it was big news in Brazil it was on tv all the time. I had to cancel my evening plans because as a good journalist even on holiday today I was I mean He Luli such one of the most important political figures in Brazil ever in a way and as listened to say he's quite divisive You either loving or hating. It's very difficult to not have an opinion about Lula in a way and interesting. Because you know I'm from some Paolo which is actually political conservative states especially in recent years so perhaps I got a different vibe. I'm sure Lula has many supporters in the northeast. But where I was in symbolic impala could fuel a lot of people actually attacking the Supreme Court For our the ruling can be felt in the streets got it because I mean Brazil has never been Brazilians. Excellent never been backwards in coming forward and expressing their political opinion in the streets but Your mum is from Sao Paulo and she's a therapist isn't she says she's gentle lovely lovely soul anyone who's been lucky enough to meet Fernandez. Mother will have their life slightly enrich via. But you get but even she has been subject to political Michael victimization. Doesn't she's by simply going on. Line trolling is rife absolutely me Shirota. Something like democracy or on her social media and and so leaving among her group of friends people were attacking and some people start even swearing. I mean she even decided to delete that and it is true Even in Brazil some point I was covering the election eighteen. I kind of I felt kind of a some sort of fear when I was in the cab. If I wanted to express my political opinion lenient because people. They're very heated. They will call you names. I mean I'm not saying everyone does that but it is very heated moment In Brazil the moment dis. I think that the release of Leila a man who's who so intrinsically linked with Brazil's past and with all the corruption that goes was with it is the right person to change the political game in Brazil given the fact that Bolsonaro in many ways is an open goal given how deeply deeply unpopular he is with certain areas of society. This is so hard ammo because let's not forget. Lula is a fantastic reiter. I mean when he spoke when he was released released. I mean it was like Oh my God finally have a challenger to both scenario but I agree with you this is a man also who hated by many Brazilians and a person that that is hated by almost half of the population. I think it's quite hard for him to be kind of become president again for example. We don't have leaders Such such as Lulu or even a bolt sonar. We don't see a new generation coming up at least at the moment so it's going to be very hard and aggressive in check. I thank you very much indeed for joining me in the

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EU, Canada And Mexico Threaten Tariffs To Retaliate Against US

NPR News Now

04:39 min | 5 years ago

EU, Canada And Mexico Threaten Tariffs To Retaliate Against US

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens. Mexico is threatening its own terrorists in response to new US duties on imported steel and aluminum as NPR's. Carrie Kahn reports. Mexico's economy minister fired off a list of American goods to be taxed in retaliation. Just minutes after the us announcement, the list is long. There are US pork products, apples grapes, cranberries cheeses, as well as finished steel products. Mexico's economy minister says the Trump administration's justification for the tariff is improper and will damage strategic sectors in North America's integrated industries, including automotive, aerospace, in electron IX Mexico. The US and Canada are currently renegotiating the North American Free trade agreement president Enrica recap. And in yet dough and Canada's, Prime Minister. Justin Trudeau spoke the Afon pledging to continue the NAFTA talks and working together to defend international free trade. Based on rules. Carrie Kahn, NPR news, Mexico City, north and South Korea are holding senior level peace talks in a border village. They're focusing on reducing tensions on the peninsula and ending the North's nuclear weapons program. The meeting comes after two days of talks between US Secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, and senior North Korean voi-, Kim, Yong chill in New York, Pompeo and Kim discussed a potential summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN Trump cancelled a plan th summit in Singapore says the meetings still could happen. The diocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis has agreed to a two hundred and ten million dollars settlement with clergy. Sex abuse victims, Mets, epoch of Minnesota public radio reports that the settlement is one of the largest bankruptcy payouts by US Roman Catholic diocese. The archdiocese has filed for bankruptcy in two thousand fifteen. After the Minnesota legislature temporarily extended the statute of limitations for sex abuse suits the two hundred ten. We'll be split among four hundred fifty survivors including Jim Keenan who helped negotiate the deal after victims rejected an earlier offer. Never plan that exited. Pissed off Irishman and some other guys would say, you know what? We don't like their plan. We're gonna write another. It hadn't been done before. They have to listen to victims now wants a federal bankruptcy. Judge signs off the archdiocese, pandits parishes will pay about forty million dollars. The rest will come from insurers for NPR news. I'm Matt Sepik in Minneapolis, fourteen year old, Dallas area, eighth grader, car thick nemani is this year's champion of the Scripps national spelling bee as heard here, courtesy of ESPN nemani correctly spelled coin Aena Greek word for communion coin. Aena k. o I n o n I a that is correct. Numani bested a field of more than five hundred contestants to win the two thousand eighteen spelling bee title. You're listening to NPR news. Google self driving spinoff Waymo plans to launch in Arizona this year with up to sixty two thousand Chrysler Pacifica hybrid minivans. That's under a deal announced on Thursday. The technology will be deployed in a ride hailing service in the Phoenix area before the end of the year, and then expanded to other US markets Waymo plans to pick up people in cars that will not have a human in the driver seat, making it the first ride hailing service with the fleet of fully autonomous vehicles. The founder of Pittsburgh's innovative art museum. The mattress factory has died barber. Morales skiing was a champion for what's known as installation. Art NPR's. Bob Mondello has more. The mattress factory was an empty warehouse when Luder hausky bought it in nineteen seventy seven, installing a food co-op, partly so she wouldn't have to leave bored with what she called pedestal Archie devoted the institution to the notion of site specific installations where artists respond to the space. There. Even and visitors get to inhabit art, not just look at it to keep that notion close. She lived atop the building site specific works, filling the four floors below being even a peripheral part of the actual process. You know. So the thinking process and the flexibility and the problem solving and all of those things which to me are so important in terms of what art does mattress factory founder, Barbara Luder hausky was Eighty-eight. Bob Mondello NPR news on stock market shares are mixed higher in Tokyo. Following a down day on Wall Street, blue chips, plunged two hundred fifty. One points the NASDAQ lost twenty. I'm Shay Stevens NPR news in Washington.

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