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Sanders calls himself an 'existential threat to the corporate wing of the Democratic Party'
"Let's play Bernie Sanders now On ABC's this week and this is the kind of thing that makes people wonder whether or not there can be ever be a marriage of these two wings of the liberal side of the world because of Independence and Democrats take a listen the corporate wing of the Democratic Party. A group called Third Way attack me and they said we were exists and Dr Mun existential threat to the Democratic Party and what I said is essential threat to the corporate wing of the Democratic Party for too long. The Democratic Party and leaders have been going to rich people's homes raising money. They've ignored the working class. And the middle class and low income people in this country that has got to change. I mean that's a really a thing that's happening Dana. That's a real sentiment out there. It's not just Bernie Sanders and thinks that it could be the thing that breaks the Democratic Party. Yeah I think that is a very big concern joy I think the idea of a brokered convention. We always sort of talk about in this point in the cycle it has never happened in the modern era. I'd be surprised if it happens at this point. Either if Bernie gets close enough basically. You have a choice. You either give him the nomination or you don't give him the nomination and he takes all his toys and he goes home and Donald. Trump is reelected. It doesn't really work in the reverse. These supporters of the other candidates will Come around and support Bernie holding their nose If they have to But the dynamic could change very quickly here if we have one in the Democratic Party. One alternative to Bernie. If that's Joe Biden was it now appears to be or somebody else when it was split among four or five people it was definitely going to be burned so now that you have somebody with a clear shot him one on one This could change very quickly.
"mun" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard
"This was just I mean good. God, Stephen pill, Mun, what could have been man. Film would have been able to go. Of course, they did the single in late ninety six because the plan when you got signed, pill, one was that his, his ankle would heal, and he would be able to go and, and every time he was ready to go. He couldn't. And even here, he still hasn't this is first match back and it's not going to happen, the way we hope it will because he's still not ready in, of course. Austin is the person who's tweaked his name the night before. So he's the reason it's not going to happen here, but Hillman, despite all the surgeries and all the best efforts and all the patients in the world, he just can't get right with this ankle. No. It was a lot of snake bit man lot of injuries and just shit going on. When you think about how many injuries how may start stops that we had was stone cold and trying to get him in still the level of success. Unheard of at the time with Austin, just says, so much to how strong and how over that stone cold character was. Pat Patterson out there with his green silk. Jacket than brought him back from Hong Kong that he wore everywhere. Jay guy chase probably cigarette behind zero two. Always used to love whenever Pat would go out. He would either have a cigarette or pencil behind his ear. You never know..
"mun" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Threes, Mun, Jan many more were destroyed in the back lot fire here in two thousand unfortunately nothing replaceable was laws universe. Studios, then CEO Ron Meyer talking, mostly about film and video. The music loss was not mentioned or downplay. The report suggests however, masters were lost universal says really nothing was lost, because most of what was destroyed where copies or the originals were converted to digital. But the article cites internal emails contrary to universal statements. Jim Roope, Los Angeles, L A city, leaders are proposing tax on empty apartments, housing activists, say some property owners are letting unit sit empty so they can find someone who's willing to pay above market rents. Supporters of the tax say rent could be lowered with a proposal and tax revenue can be used for low income housing purposes rental property owners argue their already losing money when their units aren't rented concerns over possible hepatitis. A contamination of prompted a recall of a blend of frozen berries. So only at Costco stores in LA, San Diego and Hawaii, the US food and Drug administration announced, according to KTLA the product being recalled is the four pound bag of the Kirkland signature three. Jerry blend the supplier, towns and farms alerted Costco out of an abundance of caution after an FDA test on frozen blackberry product indicated the fruit may be contaminated with hepatitis A, according to a news, release, towns and farm, says, Costco had tested positive for the virus. However, but they have no indication further talk radio seven.
"mun" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Could Mun a possible standoff is brewing between Republican Senate leaders and President Trump as Republican senators have come out against Trump's tariff threat to Mexico over, what he claims is Mexico's failure to stem, the flow of Central American migrants to the United States on Tuesday, Trump doubled down saying the five percent tariff on all Mexican goods which would increase every month until it hits twenty five percent would likely take effect. Monday negotiations are taking place in Washington DC today between Mexican and US officials, including secretary of state. Mike Pompeo and vice President Mike Pence. Mexico's push for talks to settle the issue has not yet indicated if for how they might retaliate with their own tariffs, Republican senators are reportedly considering blocking Trump from going ahead with the move, including stop. A potential new national emergency declaration from the President Trump said, in response, it would be foolish for Republicans to block the tariffs. We'll have more on this story later in the broadcast. The house has passed the dream and promise act paving a path to citizenship for two and a half million undocumented young people or those with temporary immigration status. The legislation was passed after years of grassroots organizing in a statement, celebrating the bill's passage, the immigrant youth led organization United. We dream urged the Senate to pass the act, adding, quote, we refused to use our safety as bargaining chips to build up the deportation force and other communities at risk. We will keep fighting for permanent protection and reject any proposals to grow Trump's deportation force and anti immigrant agenda. They said the White House has indicated it will veto, the Bill, even if the Republican controlled Senate passes reports emerged this week. Week of a failed attempt to reunite separated migrant families in Texas last July which saw thirty seven migrant children, spend up to thirty nine hours waiting and van to see their parents. The thirty seven children were between five and twelve years old. Most of them spent at least twenty three hours in the van during one of the hottest months of.
Mexico Cracks Down on Migrants, After Pressure From Trump to Act
"Believe this there's a story out there that the mexican government it's in the washington post the mexican government is cracking down on illegal immigration now that wasn't supposed to work remember the tariffs on mexico we were all told that that that's not gonna work that's going to destroy american consumers them and it's going to destroy all sorts of american jobs and and mexico will be mad at us and that's just not going to work the president doesn't know what he's doing i don't like tariff by the way Free market kind of guy, but the headline in the New York Times, pressured by Trump Mexico cracks down on migrants. And then you click on it goes Mexico cracks down on migrants after pressure from Trump to act. detentions and deportations and mexico are multiplying quickly the ports in new york times shang that it so sphere among thousands of central americans and others crowding the migrant shelters and budget hotels here in southern mexico many of them hoping to reach the american border the mexican government has been under intense pressure from the night from president trump and the united states to block the tens of thousands of undocumented migrants trudging north each month with the american author thirties unable to stop illegal immigration into the united states that's because of our crazy asylum laws just marching to the ports of entry they're not trying summer trying to come over the border via river in the traditional old fashioned way then they're not intended to an asylum claim that the cartels in the cody gotten smart they're teaching them how to mouth the words of asylum and they get into the system from which they hope they can eventually skate But. Foreign minister from Mexico came to Washington yesterday. he warned the terrorist would undermine mexico's efforts and that's a good face saving compromise but they have really upped their game along southern river which marks the border between mexico guatemala scores of rafts cross within view inefficient border bridge made of wooden planks lashed tire inner tubes they fled back they put back and forth throughout the day openly carrying undocumented migrants local residents and black market goods according to the rash mun the recent crackdown had not affected illegal traffic but that's not what the leaders the leaders it's working now in april more than one hundred nine thousand people were apprehended at or near the southwest border of the united states the highest monthly total since two thousand seven i like facts facts are stubborn things a hundred and nine thousand people in april it is a crisis at the border and democrats will not help the president is using the only tool in his chest i'm not a fan of terrorists but i am a fan of stopping this humanitarian disaster i can't tell you what happens these people one hundred nine thousand people a month i don't even want to think about what happened to them in the sorrow that they put up with and they've bankrupt their families they sell everything they have and their villages some villages empty i read one report people lured by the promise of new asylum gadget so the more and more that the president can do short threatening tariffs is not putting tariffs on threatening tariffs is threatening tariffs And if the Mexican government gets onboard all to the better. there are friend there are ally we get along fine with them but we need enforcement at their southern border and at art southern border there northern border and our southern border is the same border but they're shut borders with wata malla that's for the benefit of the steelers fans and we need to make sure they're doing everything they can to keep that
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Overcast launches clip-sharing to social media
"Popular podcast app. Overcast has launched clip sharing away listeners to share up to sixty seconds of their favorite podcast with other people on social media. The app produces a video or audio file to share all a link to a website luminary have responded to our many stories about them on Friday, clearly stating that they will continue to remove links from show notes quote due to important security concerns as we reported on Twitter show notes left intact in the majority of podcast apps including apple podcasts. Meanwhile, more podcast, publishers have requested their shows be removed from luminary Stitcher podcasts have been removed and Stitcher. Asking those podcast represented by mid roll to consider doing the same PR X, including radio topa are off. And we have a statement from Latigo Williams and co saying similar we have no. Plans to remove our podcast Henderson research is announcing a new set of data for podcast networks and advertising agencies. The podcast. Consumer quarterly tracking report is a subscription podcast, which offers bespoke research for individual podcast networks podcast host simple cast has launched a new metric for the podcast industry. That's their claim. Anyway, unique listeners the new metric world begin appearing in simple cost customer dashboards tomorrow. Transistor a podcast host has significantly increased available downloads within its pricing plans. The company is also reworking its analytics algorithms as it works on AB compliance, which may have a negative effect on apparent total numbers. John Gruber has written along blog posts saying that all podcast shows. But not all shows podcasts, we linked to it from show notes and our newsletter today, highlighting luminary and Spotify premium subscription models radio days, Europe's pod. Past day has an answer their first set of speakers including founder of Google podcasts. Zach Renault were dean and Andrew Davies from ABC audio studios. Australia the event is in London in the UK on the thirteenth of June. Pod news is a media partner and will be there to there is simply no excuse for the current state of live of Lipson. That's according to a shareholder of lips in k Mak partners, which is demanding all four existing directors of the company removed. Two quotes bring needed discipline to Lipson and an unwavering commitment to stockholder value. They've suggested five new directors four of whom only have a financial background and the other has just launched a new podcast onto luminary audio boom are apparently seeking a further five million pounds at six and a half billion dollars of funding. They raised two million dollars at the end of February. Why are host read ads so popular with advertisers? And listeners alike. Steven Goldstein looks at the history of the medium in a blog post that we linked to in our show notes and our newsletter today. Overcast developer Marco Arment has been vocal about luminary. However, Leon Zand Mun tweets him somehow funny that in the same week you take part in the fuzz about luminaries proxy of podcasts. You introduce a feature that enables re hosting of podcast audio and enables the audio to be played without hitting the original source. He has a point. Meanwhile, we're looking forward to a special luminary premium exclusive that we've discovered called test premium podcast one, and we all selling to Ben running who's head of design at luminary. He was speaking at design driven in New York five days before launch and podcast made it to luminary slide deck, which was nice in podcasts. Today, we mentioned four of them the detail launched today. It's daily news podcasts from Radio New Zealand. The hello. The internet podcast sold a special podcast episode for sixty three dollars recently on wax. Cylinder the episode sold out and we link to a video of the making it the Koi pond has been acquired by Starbucks audio. They've also announced a new podcast the pants down with MS Pat. And we listen to and liked the daily on Friday talking about the measles outbreak in parts of New York.
"mun" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Mun was among three American servicemembers killed by a roadside bomb on Monday, NF ghanistan and three to Israel TV stations have changed their forecasts for final election results are now projecting a narrow victory by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud party is ten forty five sixteen parents, including actress Laurie Lachlan were hit with more charges today in college admissions. Scandal. Well, Associated Press Legal Affairs, reporter Alana Durkin Richard covering this talked about it with anchor, Steve Scott and Michael Wallace today's afternoon round up a lot of one are these parents charged with now. Conditon brought against parents at age harder than with those money laundering conspiracy on top of the mail fraud charge that they were already facing. These charges come a day after some other parents agreed to plead guilty. Can we assume the timing of these new charges is no coincidence? You don't agree to plead guilty, and we on more clearly this represents an escalation in the case against the parents who haven't reached a plea deal with prosecutors. I don't think it's a coincidence that it comes today after these plea agreements were reached, and it shows that prosecutors are definitely trying to put pressure on these parents plead guilty how much prison time could these parents be looking at charge as call out the twenty years in prison, although it's important to note that the parents would not get anything close to that as first time offenders, but it, but it's really difficult to say because it depends a lot on how much each parent aid, and whether they end up pleading guilty or not. Do you think these new charges may be the arm twisting needed to bring more guilty pleas? You know, it's hard to say we have reached out to lock and Gino Lee's attorney than haven't heard back yet from them. So not sure where they're they and right now, but at least one of the defendant William mcglashan, you was an executive at a private equity firm. He is pledging to fight these charges and says that the keys again is not sure on a lot of thanks for joining us. That's Associated Press Legal Affairs, reporter, Alana Durkin.
Nokia phones caught mysteriously sending data to Chinese servers - BGR
"Talk a little bit more about what's going on with Nokia phones and Finland Justin. I knew you are all wondering about it. And we. The goods Finland's data protection on buds Mun said Thursday that he would investigate reports from public broadcaster and our k- that Nokia seven plus phones made by h MD global sent information to Chinese servers and violated data protection. Rules, HMD global set an error in software packaging process with one batch of handsets has been fixed in February that data had never been processed. No person could be identified from the data and no personal data had been shared with third party. This is definitely one of those situations. And you're going to hear me say something similar in a few minutes where it's a normal process for a phone management company. If h MD global does some cloud services that are preinstalled on the phones that makes under the Nokia brand to have some servers that it would connect to right? And it would be it would be conceivable that there might be an error where some some data gets sent the. Shouldn't have been and they fixed that that happens in the United States. You get a little bit of concern about like, hey, what was in that data? What did you do with it? And it happens in China and suddenly in the current climate about wall way and they're networking equipment. People get even more concerned. So it's it's it's honestly impossible to tell if this is anything bigger than what H MD global says it is which is like, oh, yeah. We know. There was no third party access a little bit of data got sent to the server that shouldn't have been in. We fixed it, and it's not there anymore. Yeah. I mean for anybody who's like well as a consumer and worried about what data got Jared wasn't consumer data lesson chair but third parties. What would they have been? You know, there's a theme running through a lot of these kinds of stories about the fact that we used to live in a world where data just flowed that was the whole point of the internet was like data's really hard to share. Let's make share easily. And now, we have a whole new generation of people who who didn't come to the internet with technological knowledge. Who were like why is that data going there? Why you know, who what are you doing with it? Yeah. Although I do think that this is going to be more and more of a defining question that we have to ask and in many ways it sort of mirrors. How we many people who are listening to this are well aware of what targeted advertising is and how much of our data goes into a various marketing companies hands. But these are things that I think are like that issue was five years ago where the people that knew knew it people that are care about tech are going to know more and more about what what information is going where and at what point. Is it going there like that? That is something that we do need to think more and more
"mun" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
"They're like, it is exactly we'll now that we know were unqualified to be giving all types of advice. Let's get into it in your backyard. I wouldn't live back here for nothing. Berry is going to read the submissions that we got. So first of all, thanks, everyone for submitting all of these questions. It's really I think this is it doesn't count as people sliding into my DM's. But I'm going to feel that way it's been really special. This question is from Nick, why can't I stop falling in love with competent straight guys normal, straight guys are full goddamn mess. But there's just something about a straight guy who lay gets it and makes me act like a full Saco. It's insane. And I need help. Can I approached this as someone who dates straight Mun streaming or you fall in love with? Like love them. And I'm like why I have him as options, and I'm like, no. But I think it's the allure of it's the same, you know, date all of the gender. So I think it's the same for like when clear women are like, I love a straight woman. I think it's the like, I don't know if it has to do with competency. What do you think just like there might be element of like you like you can't have? I was gonna say I think it's just that. But I don't know because I wrote about this in my book where I like fully like fell in love with my best friend and college. And yeah. Similar mind, but that's different than what that age, then like Trump adult and being a love straits. I mean, no one says like I mean. Yeah. For me. It was just like this is like a crush that could go as far as crush can go short of like where you wanted to go where it's still like feels safe. And that's why. And it's like the thing that I'm learning 'cause I I haven't really dated all that much. I'm like recently trying to put an effort as interesting also why we're doing this time. Literally recently for the first time like God on the apps. I finally get all of the Tinder references that I was unaware of before. Yeah. But yeah, I think the shitty thing is like you have to be vulnerable. You have to put yourself out there in ways that you don't like falling in love with your straight best friend like you don't have. So So I I think think that that that's that's. it. It's like. But it's also safe like when I researched because I was trying to figure out if I had like issues with commitment. 'cause I didn't think that I did. But then sometimes issues can mean falling for somebody who, you know. You'll never really be whether who will be really what you want, right. And I think there's that. So it's like maybe exploring you're kind of commitment issues because you might not think you have them, but falling in love with an unattainable person is totally a become an issue. 'cause you think you're committing to something right? Something you know, is ever gonna actually happen. Right. Right. Which is very understandable. Like, no, no judgment there. I've I've I've been there somebody who you're just like, oh, you're with someone else. But you flirt with me, whatever it is that like someone who it's like, this is not healthy too attached to right, but I want to attach which is not to be confused with my relationship with Harry styles. No, we are in a fully committed marriage so serious, and I have to started dating..
"mun" Discussed on Gilmore Guys
"Disturbing piece Suzie tries to ward off a new friend while keeping a low profile, the resort midge jumps at the opportunity to redeem herself at beyond Mun. Okay. The new friend made this office is so weird Chester Connor Ratliff. I know we know what I was excited about con, I saw the synopsis. What's I hadn't watched the episode yet y'all Mun heaven why I was excited her new friend was that girl that she met in the in the bunk. That was like, oh you. Oh, yeah. Friendly that girl was now I think just player who was way too excited. But like she was just like, hey work here on my God. Hey, do you wanna bunk weirded out by her? And I was like, okay. This is great. This is going to be Suzy being gay those really hoping for sued, and then it was just dumb ass Chester do. That's the opposite of TV enga-, Chester. And now it's time for a little segment. We do every episode called. So worth it. Oh you saying. Pop culture. In the episode put in super cut this is to five midnight. Here we go. Okay. Pretty Roman is a basis street east of the Blue Angel. Danny Kaye is Jewish motion surely are seeing into grossing those Tuesday's mainly Eisenhower lost sister. Why did they make a play about Lizzie board? I hate trials. All that ridiculous Perry. Mason crap. Look Valentino you single. Rockefeller like Rockefeller those acute seen. Joel. And his mom. Joan his mom was like a beautiful was I was really taken sweet. His mom has the voice of like, Kathleen Turner. She really started smoking surely. Yeah. Do you know what she's a she's a Broadway gal to she's done a lot of Broadway stuff? I thought she loves people. She in strictly ballroom. I don't know. She reminds me of the mom from strictly ballroom. That's the one of the of the red curtain trilogy. I have not seen. That's the we got to complete it. It's the new hope of the red curtain trilogy. That's what I was called. Right. Yeah. Romeo. Plus, julia. Which would make. The last week or the Baz Lerman. Yeah. Yeah. He calls it his unofficial red curtain trilogy those three movies. Yeah. I love more love me last night. Think it's not what I told you. Baz ler. They kind of repeat the joke that they did in just the episode before when moisten Shirley, they do with the cabin. All the shenanigans. Like get this get that. It's the exact same thing as the maze was doing the exact, but I I was like what are we doing? I think we're supposed to feel like the Maizels are especially knowing though, which I was not sure I felt like this episode really present the world and those like and here are these annoying people. And I didn't remember them being annoying as episode. Yeah. Imagine like being like, the I always see them from the actress perspective, and we like so in this show. Like, if I my character has like, you know, we've just summit up, you know, what their direction it's like, oh, they're the most annoying people in the world. That's what we are seeing here sites. Yeah. Protagonist. I was here. Take by that storyline is sudden too. Framed it a little bit in other episodes like, yeah, they kinda like them and stuff, but why the the Wiseman stout? So stuck with them? I could only that it was because of their mutual grandkids who never come up. So the drive for anything. They're going to be allies that eventually they're both going to have to pay for these children's funerals. That's actually what David talking. Attrition. It's like a hard thing to there was a line. I was like oh it smells like esters diaper. And I was like oh, right. Her. Sir. No, sir. So one mentioned was like derisive like she smells. This is the shittiest smell in the world like my child. Thank god. So I don't know if you guys caught it this is a it's unconfirmed. But I I have a pretty strong suspicion, the PA voice. Didn't you have arrived? I repeat. Arrived. Pretty sure that's Daniel yet. Almost one hundred percent. That's Daniel that sounds like Daniel right sounded last night. Hey, so is Bess Daniel palladino party. With all the streaming kings. Streaming. If you've seen kings of streaming part for. Stream..
"mun" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"I was going to be an English teacher promise cotija. My sister had to do that for me. Yeah. So that was it was just it was go, hard or go home. And that's that's what I did. And right and. I loved it. I enjoyed just couldn't believe that people are letting me do it. I love it. I mean, you'll books so tremendously popular. I know. I still believe that. I let me get away with it. Don't get me wrong. It's hard work, and it isn't always fun. But I know because of my background what labor is worse. And I know that when you work hard for something there's dignity in and that's worth respecting regardless of what you do. So I'm caught unapologetic about. About being an kind of it took me a few years to own that with that being embarrassed about being dreamy, impractical mica of nothing, and I'm proud to be a micro of nothing's a might useless things. The novel is a useless artifact. Beauty doesn't need an excuse to exist in beauty has a kind of utility. But it's not with arguing for is good enough that it is stories transporters think we need an excuse for pleasure and for transport transport on the old sense. So yeah, I'm I'm quite pace with being tries Mun in business of uselessness your neighbors for a long time. Didn't know what you did. In fact, what you did nothing, or at least that's might be in the herbal business. You had long hair, and I had a very extensive veggie garden, and no visible means.
"mun" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"First World War soldiers with no legs since things like that. And he he got wonderful whatever it is. They give you to appreciate what you've done for the veterans. But anyway, that's not the important thing here. What I am going to talk about is I came to America and America was alive. And I just love this place. Hardly ever have any HARA. Years and years and years ago. To go and went, and you would never hear anything like this. As so much of it is the worst of it. It's getting worse. And I must say forgive me. But with all due respect, please Mun and experts of all Kearns psychiatry psychologists. I don't know how many. People. Teachers everybody you can think of. Has some. Twinkling of what is going on in that kids or every other kids because they've been there's been hundreds of them. There's no stopping they're getting much worse. But none of them. None of all. Those who are experts so-called, please psychiatry psychology. Minister. Haven't got the foggiest idea. I've listened to them talk from yesterday today and not one single principal came out the absolutely lost. But I'm not would you like me to talk to you about this. Because if I do I have to include my audience seven tenths of you. Have experience the problem and the horror of killing yourself or killing. Brother, your mother, your father anybody. Seven out of ten Americans. It wasn't that way..
Luka Modric wins Ballon dOr, ends reign of Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Luca Madre twins bowel on Dr ends reign. Of Lionel Messi Cristiano Renaldo Paris Luca Madrid and the long reign of Lionel Messi and Christiano Ronaldo by winning the ballon door for the first time Monday Madria won the Champions League with Real Madrid. And then guided Croatia to the World Cup final in July. The midfielder was voted player of the tournament messy and Rinaldo had one everybody Londor since two thousand eight and usually competed only with each other for the greatest recognition among soccer's elite as a kid we all have dreams, my dream was to play for a big club and went important trophies Madras said the ball on door was more than just a dream for me. It is really an honor and a privilege to hold this trophy. Renaldo was second in the polling. Followed by France forward on Thuan grease men, France teenager, Killian Mugabe was fourth Brazil's knee mar was third last year. But twelfth this time messy was fifth in the voting having been runner up. Throw now, though the past two years and in the top three every year since two thousand seven Madras had not previously been in the top three two thousand eighteen is a dream year for me said moderate thirty-three throughout my career. I realized hard work, persistence and belief in yourself in difficult moments are the foundations of success moderates father was shown on the big screen wiping away tears during the ceremony at the imperious Grand Palais in Paris Renaldo missed a record six award, which would have moved him. One ahead of messy the previous player to win it before. Those two started dominating world soccer awards with Brazil midfielder kakapo with AC Milan. In two thousand seven Rinaldo also on the Champions League last season with moderate before leaving to join you Ventas Renaldo scored a hat trick against Spain at the World Cup. But he failed to make an impression when Portugal lost to Uruguay in the round of sixteen. Mugabe in Greece Mun scored in the four to World Cup. Final win against Croatia. Mugabe earned a domestic treble. With paris. Saint Germain grease Mun also scored twice frat. Let it go Madrid in the Europa league. Final win against Marseilles, France coach DA day shots at a France player should have won the award. They deserve it. Because of what they did with the national team at the World Cup and also because of the trophies they won with their clubs day. Shaw said Mugabe at nineteen the youngest player to score in a World Cup. Final one the Raymond Kopa trophy, which is a warded to the best young player drone. Pook. Meyer is an Associated Press Writer.
"mun" Discussed on First Things First
"It is not given that respect to it was for some people to you into a one. This is Mun at the end of last season during the comeback against Georgia. When he came in that put him in the pole position, even though what happened last season should have nothing to do with the Heisman this year. We found out during the broadcast that over ten percent of Heisman voters have already submitted their ballots before this weekend. The hell are you doing like now that's not anything new? Done that before. No, no, absolutely. But I think, but I think in some years it's been crystal clear who the winners going to be. But obviously, some guys just think honor my mind's made up like here's the reality is probably going to win it. My vote would go would be for Marie. I think there's a strong argument for doing Haskins. But to it is of the three guys third and completion percentage. Third in yards. Third in touchdowns second rating second in rushing yards say he's leading in any of the measurable. But if you're going to argue for to yet the realize he didn't play a lot of time because they were blowing teams out. So these numbers is God, he is they are they could have been even more impressive. Now. It's also he's on Alabama team. That is undefeated all those things he's on. He's the best player on the best team having the type of season that no one in Alabama has ever had. And if you add that extra time of him playing what do you think is numbers would have been? They would have been even more impressive. And I understand that. That he wasn't playing fourth quarters for basically the entire season. I get that. I just I think this is as close of a Heisman race should be as close vise race as we've seen. I feel like it's a coronation, and that I think Murray has as good of an argument as anyone I think adds late Dwayne Haskins has a great argument, but it feels like some people made up their mind vote for two five weeks ago. I think than on an Oklahoma quarterback are a big twelve quarterback is look at the numbers. The last quarterback did before this quarterback took over. Now. You can't do that Ohio statement like, oh, man. Look at the difference between JT berry in this guy while big difference. Well, let's look at Jalen hurt compares to while book. Baker Mayfield look at quarterback before Baker Mayfield. Oklahoma, look, whoever whoever is the best quarterback in the big twelve. They have got numbers because the defenses are atrocious. So if argument against him, that's my argument these defenses are so bad, and you get those numbers in the big twelve compared to numbers in the SEC. I've. There's no comparison. I totally agree with that which and I want to make this clear because I hate when we're advocating it sounds like we're another guy down to was amazing and has had an amazing season. And as good of a first dozen games or thirteen games in college football career as anyone possibly could have had. I just I think it's really close. And I think it's unfortunate that one ninth of the voters have decided before you saw Cuyler to what he did it and Dwayne do what he did. And to a play ineffectively get hurt that their mind was already made up when the conference championship games are supposed to be part of what makes you the Heisman Trophy winner. I let's take a break. They're coming up. Get back to the pros. Tom Brady hits the greatest milestone this clear upper. Back here. I came here to see Chris king weekend, MS greats. Yes. Good movie on on Saturday. Movie. It's behemoth Ramsey. Gave me great advice on what to do the first seen it. Okay. And this is your full. Let's talk about the a film review. Thumbs down rating the patriots taken on the Vikings in Foxborough pick this up on the third Brady to Josh Gordon. Nice throw. Nice catch. Nice touchdown pats up seventeen ten fourth quarter. Now. Vikings pick up the fourth Bill bell. Check challenges the spot. Adam feeling felt like maybe one of the patriots faked an injury to give Bella check time to review it. The two had words. Can read lips. And then they played football. Again. Patriots up twenty four ten Kirk cousins trying to lead the comeback. And that doesn't help picked off in the end zone. Patriots..
Fire and Air
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"mun" Discussed on I Am Rapaport
"Sean Merriman lights out very Mun play in the NFL. All pro chargers. Bill so many NFL stories so much insight on the NFL. Plus, he's fighting fair knuckle fight not for money on November ninth. He's fighting in a bare knuckle heavyweight brawl November ninth rise of the titans. He's coming up next on the I am Rappaport. Stereo pot game. Let's get down lights out Merriman showing Mary. Merryman Sean lights out Merriman. Who is going to be fighting on the headline. Bare knuckle fight. There. Nothing fighting's federation inaugural p P V pay per view rise of the titans, November ninth your headlining. Now. Let me ask you this. I'm not counting your pocket you made money as a football player you make money. Speaking about sport, you make money from your lights out brand the question that I'm asking you're not hard up for money. No, you got money you. So there's boxing MMA. Why the fuck bare knuckle why not like boxing gloves, not some sort of pad. So this train you train that we got we got glows on. So and then I'll trimmed down the gloves do you'll just bare knuckle conditioning, right? I've seen it wall. And punches woods just really conditioning the knuckles. But to me like, I was gonna take a fight. No matter what. Right. When I get one over tired of thing you've been talking for a couple of years. Now, the first the first time I came up with while two and a half three years ago when I was going to possibly fight rebel tour. Right. Also, I was talking to Scott Coker in the whole group rich and everybody over there. And it was like, I will let's let's do it. So what I did was I kind of became like a. Like an ambassador for them almost in a way. Anyway, they just really never came to the table that didn't happen. Some manager head, you know, the following year say, you know, what WB KF bare knuckle fight federation. Would you still wanna fight us a hail? Yeah. Even though it sounds a little bit more brutal. And it is the learning curve is a lot different man. And when you go on because it's boxes rules. Okay. Boxer Roussel no needs. No, take to the ground. No cakes. When he like that. It's all stand up stand up. Okay. So it's a sensually boxing with no glove. Right. Right. You're just you really just take the risks and a Noble's. Okay. So it's all this office is office. So for me, and my background. I didn't know that. Yes. Oh me and my background where I come from for one this. This is Harley my first bare knuckle fighter PG county, Maryland capitalized, Forestville district heights and went to school in Marlboro. And so fighting was kind of a way of life for a little bit way. We just how we kinda got down from where I was or how we settle disputes. Whether it's neighborhood, or whether it's going guess nother neighborhood, or whatever it is. So me, you know, this was the fastest learning curve that I can get into. Just really the the fighting arena in general. Why do you wanna fight like, I mean, obviously, you know, injuries?.
"mun" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast
"They're doing those notes so many times. I don't understand why he's in the marines if he's so rich. I mean when he gets bit by the mosquito, he offers to female marines, a whole bunch of money to let him out and starts talking about his pharmaceutical fortune. No, no, no. No, he's not rich. He's planning to sell it to the pharmaceutical company then get paid a, what that he already was rich and then wanted to get even more with this vile. I didn't get that impression, but I think he had delusions of grandeur. He thought for sure. Very soon he would be all he was focusing on was how rich he was going to be because he was going to take advantage of this situation, but no Nightingale comes back and plugs them, and we're left with a reference to carpenter's the thing. Are they infected? Or are they not? We have very ambiguous drive off into an uncertain future where it seems like, yeah, these guys didn't do their job and now the whole world will be infected. Nothing is resolved. I actually don't give a shit if she's been or not. I'm assuming she is because she was in quite as ambi- pile if not a single zombie got to thin and especially since theoretically, the blood can infect too. I mean, I'm pretty sure she's going to turn. I. Don't really care because I'm not invested in this movie at all. The climax made me roll my eyes a little too hard with the vials of blood and Bradley Cooper wanna be can just shooter in the head in the truck. I don't know why they get in the truck. I think they should do the thing. I didn't put that together, but you're exactly right this. You just sit there and wait and see if she turns instead of being close quarters with zombie. Yeah, but they wanna give you that final shot, which is a major metropolitan city. I'm not sure which one, but the closest large urban area is decimated. And so we know that like resident evil. This can go all the way around the globe and become a post apocalyptic action series. If anyone will give them money to do a house of the dead three, and it was planned Markle Mun envisioned this as a trilogy out goodie. And the third one teen get made almost thought we'd have to add it. But before I talk about that Justin, Stewart. Do you recommend going into house of the dead to Justin? All right. This one was obviously more entertaining and easier to watch than the first installment if felt a little bit more competent in its filmmaking. And overall it was quicker of a watch. Like I felt myself not zoning out, not getting too terribly bored, even though there were a lot of scenes felt redundant, and there's a lot of things that they were doing that just kind of pissed me off when it comes to som- be rules as far as just ignoring things going on around them, climbing out of the pilots ambi- and acting like you didn't get bit stuff like that's going to bother me. But I'm going to judge this movie little less harsh, just based on the timeframe. This movie came out before the Walking Dead took over the world zombies, and it was doing some things well, before the Walking Dead, did them the idea of taking the guts out of zombie to put them all of your body to mask your smell. So you can. Walk amongst them. That's something they did on Walking Dead and it seemed pretty clever then. So I don't see why it's not just as clever here and got a Walking Dead. Did it in the comic in twenty three? Was it in the comic from there? Okay. So when I saw that, here's my thought process when I saw that, oh, the ripped off the Walking Dead. Oh, the Walking Dead came later. No, the Walking Dead TV show came late or Arnie. This happened to the comic. They're still ripping off Walking Dead. At any rate..
"mun" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast
"So we're not going to honor that agreement at all, and they couldn't deliver theon. Ramsay had to go get him so right. This is a nice little officiant seen that lets us know a couple of things the Blackfish escaped and this season entire season has told us that the Blackfish is a man to be reckoned with. Yes and having army, he doesn't. But if he ever found one hole and Russa's ruses the debris operation. Right? Sure. So the fact that he like, you know, he's trying to warn fray and freight doesn't give shit and Russa's. Like, as you said. And then like just the how phrase this obsessed with all these slights that he's and Ren Russa's turning his mind, the more serious things about whether you should move winter fell and how he's going to Russa's. He's, he knows he is a north Mun. He knows how much people love the Starks. He knows what is shit. He's been and he's going to have to try to rule over this land. It's the big, it's the biggest land area. It's like the north as big as the other six kingdoms combined. And he has shit on the people who have popularly ruled over this place for millennia. He has violated the most sacred social norm. How the fuck, how do you how to fuck? Do you govern Audi, fucked you govern? Yeah, it's going to be hard. Luckily north has no more armies left their pockets, their pocket. I bet there's lots of Bolton's. Let's Poulton probably lots of Bolton's. Probably lots of support from Taiwan Lancaster that he's in a pretty good. Position as far as military might positions go, but you're right. He's not. He does not have the Wilf people certainly. So I don't know. We'll see how it goes for him. I definitely get the feeling that is sort of humoring fray in this scene, but but not entirely. I also think he is a little bit reveling in the victory. They just scored. Yeah. Thing in his demeanor. That's like halfway between humoring and old stupid man and knowing, hey, we just did an awesome thing here. I think he's feeling them out like how much of an alliance don't want to. This was an alliance that convenience, and we're all smart for taking it. But right Walter phrase, an asshole, a stupid one at that, like it's kinda like that Reuss kind of distancing himself like being polite and all that, and being secretly pleased with himself. But also thinking this man's a fool and just lucked into this situation. Okay. So the next scene Ramsey eat support sausage while he taunts theon about his dismembered member, theon begs for death. But Ramsey says, they need him alive and Ramsey gives them a new name reek. Yeah. About this scene. It's it's excellent. Yeah, it's another. It's another torture seeing bring brings us up the seven, seven scenes of torture into episodes where the content this is all is to serve this slack. You know, I couldn't day moment, right? It's it's where you like, if you wanna show care here being utterly broken by a cap door, you give him a new name and you force them to internalize it right, sure. Which is which is why it's effective when he gets to this point and you can see that they're still a little bit of the on left, but you know, what do you do? What do you do? You strap to a cross and guys is going to just continue to beat the piss out of us going to get worse and worse until you say what they want. Like I, I mean, I want us. I don't know what that does to person, but we do know what it does to person. We, we know what pervasive psychological physical torture does to people dehumanizes them breaks down to this level. And that's, that's what this all this lead up to the fact that you're supposed to understand this man is no longer theon, great joy. Which serves to like the scene. We sit with the the great joys kind of debating what to do like that, that adds juice to that. But like all this has come down to this that that that Ramsey's broken this man down and turned him into something sub-human. Yeah. My touchstone for this concept of breaking someone down and forcing them to think a certain way that episode of Star Trek. Capture Picard and force them to say, therefore lights that would have been more. That'd be a better analogy for me to make rather than lavar Burton's performance..
Steven & Seth Help Me Learn My Enneagram Type (Part 2 of 2)
"It. So anyway, that's that's why stressed the value of an actual conversation yet, right? Yeah. This was really, really valuable can plug up our podcast again. That's why part of the purchase that we take is where we're trying to find people like you who are different parts in their journey, like some people who haven't even been typed, we type them on on the episode, other people baby working with it for a year or two. And so they know little bit that we can kind of help encourage them on where they might go next with it. I mean, I'd like to get some people who have more than us and and and are able to teach us a few things that may be tell us where to go next to write all the road under our kids. Yeah, yes. With the integral podcasts that I've listened to already is you dealing with people who've been doing it for thirty years already in they know all their stuff I want. I want to engage people from a lot of different places and Ryan do learn from them, but also just see where they're at in their journey and listen to their story. And I think I think it's super useful for people to hear right now where your app like and to hear us go through this and the way we talk about it. Yeah. And here here, I think that if all you know about the Ingraham is what you've read on Twitter, you're probably not integrate place than that. Not yet. It's fair. I mean that that's the thing that is bad, but you need more, right? Yeah, that's the thing about about those sort of like, you know, you get these little touches here and there, and he knows referring to something really deep that's happening elsewhere. But those conversations because they're referential, because they're referring to someone else's deep experience or personal research or whatever it might be. It's hard to access that which is why this has been so fruitful and I'm very thankful that that you guys took the time out of your evening to to walk me through this because this was this was extremely helpful get. I'm glad. Well, it'll be interesting to see. You know, as you sit with this and continue to discern explored on your own, it'll be interesting to see after a while where you're at with it. And yeah, maybe new insights, maybe you'll realize that we're calling all wear barking up the wrong tree or maybe you realize that this is good and we can take a step deeper and see what happens. It'll be interesting to hear your feedback. Yeah. So I've, I've got some homework to to think about things a bit more. And then we'll loop back around here in the. Near future and and revisit that. Now has your has your podcast launched or do you have a launch window? We point the we will launch by the time you hear this goes, but that's the plan. Awesome. Awesome. And where can, where can people find you online? Well, they can find me as a Seth harsh Mun dot com. And I'm actually. Just starting to try to any grand things fulltime. So seminars, workshops and individual coaching. Awesome. I'm working towards getting my license in as a life coach and it'll be a lot of like India, Graham based coaching, and so they'll be able to find that stuff is Seth Hartman dot com. I'm on Twitter at. As harsh men. And then the the podcast is the nine podcast. There's a for that while at night podcast also in podcast, that's a the number numeral. Nine? Yeah, EAC new nine? Yes. As a Hindi short hand for ideogram in Hon. Great, Steve. Do you have any any place people can find you online? Yeah. He can find my. Odd and hopefully insightful. Twitter feed at at skeptical, underscore monk because skeptical mystic was taken, and I had a figure. Underscore. And then I've got this funny YouTube channel where I'm trying to upload things that are thought provoking challenging. Maybe hopefully encouraging which again is skeptical mystic. If you're searching on YouTube on pretty small, so you might wanna throw. Quotation marks around it when you searched for it, but often. Yup. And, and Steve also had a series with me talking about mysticism in crystal traditional specifically in that's in this feet as well. So also, yes. Well, again, thank you Seth in Steve for taking your evening and setting aside to to go through this because it it was very helpful for me, and I am very happy to be able to sort of present this to people within the feed and then loop back with you soon too. Yeah, privilege. Yeah, thank you for the upper tune ity. It means a lot to us. We appreciate it. Of course.
Jennifer Lopez To Receive Vanguard Award at MTV VMA's
"For ten percent off built something great and less move on from visionary, filmmakers by kely and producer short in peel comes black Klansmen. Starring John David, Washington, Adam driver Laura Harrier Tofa grace. Black clansmen tells the story of Ron stallworth. First African American detective serve in Colorado Springs. Police department determined to make a name for himself. Stallworth played by Washington bravely sets out on a dangerous mission infiltrate and expose the Ku Klux Klan sign mea, the detective soon, recruits, more seasons, colleague, flip zipper, Mun Zimmerman, sorry, that name just get it out. Sorry, just my body regurgitates played by Adam driver into undercover investigator investigation of a lifetime together. They team to take down the extremist group as the organization aims to sanitize, it's violent rhetoric to appeal to the mainstream. Doesn't that sound familiar? I'm ready, yes. It's produced by the team behind the Academy Award winning get out black klansman the crazy outrageous end incredible true story of a real American hero. You can see the newest Spike Lee joint black klansman in theaters, August tenth. I'm gonna have to check that out. You know, I'm come. Come ready to be men, but yet doesn't come out. Okay. Clansman less the show. All right. So we're back. It's time for the read. Yes. I have a few things to say, try and make them very query. First of all, muni while glad that somebody's because this was all my list today as well. Glad. Wow. After all, of whom in Holland in me, still standing Parker said all rooting for you in just really, really rooting watching the parkers every day. I don't care that you and Roseanne friends and she came onto ubt. Talk show, didn't wanna go on your show and you know you're just not going to money. Rosendo care about your blackest. Care about none of our black asses. She did Roseanne would not be rose, ending her way through a whole bunch of maybe cocaine, I think cocaine sounds like cocaine and all of the other foods that she's been a part of Roseanne when the fucked up a whole bunch of people's jobs would not still be running around here right now, screaming, racist comments from a bottom of her good. And here you are defending her while also claiming that the industry blackball Jew and as a black woman, and then in industry, I'm just sell sad. So disappointed in this. Yes, money, I really want the best for you. I think you're such a great talented, not only comedian just performer myriad, but the headline I read in the story for a while, the headline made me Sola said, I just couldn't believe it sister. That's what we're doing right now. Gross while sister where was Roseanne were you were hollering for everybody to boycott. Netflix with outta remembers talking about definitely be paid what she like this this, what you all have offered her is disrespectful. Where was Roseanne when you were going through it? Where was that? What was the sisterhood? Has she ever called you there. Especially in the last like six months and this bitch, looking at everything Rosanna the this is the hill. You wanna die on lost sizes. You had my support until you came into, you decided Roseanne had yours. Just won't do that. I just can't. Nope. Like you were right then and you're wrong. Now I don't feel bad for supporting you right there. Spock now very. It's like, Yep, sorry. Also, I would like to say, I heard that Jennifer Lopez is going to be getting the Michael Jackson video vanguard award via maize this year. I just wanna say that. Jennifer Lopez is beautiful woman. She's had six packs and she was born. She is a great former dances are asked still puts on a great show. Lots of really pretty looks and many music videos. And you know, she's, here's the thing. I don't really feel like I need to. Shea, Jennifer Lopez. I wouldn't have a problem. Jennifer Lopez winning this award. If Missy Elliott, our Hanlin and honestly eve, Missy Elliott did already have one Acas still think of some people who I feel like should get a video vanguard award before Jennifer Lopez, like Busta rhymes, kind of homophobic. So after Oscar, Kendrick, Lamar. Outcast. Alkhast definitely. Am I a give one to Mariah Carey doesn't have one in my has a problem with anti blackness. Oh, don't forget. Remember when she said something about somebody asked her about black lives matter. She was like, where is beyond saying Kendrick to say, Muslim lives. Syrian lies matters. Let's going over to..
New Alzheimer’s drug shows hints of promise in inventive trial
"A new drug is sparking hope for those suffering from, Alzheimer's disease CBS's Alison keys tells us how it worked works route not, only reduce the amount of plaque on the. Brains of Alzheimer's patients but it also slowed the progression of dementia thirty percents experts warned, that more extensive trials of, the drug known as a in two a one will be needed but this could be the first medication. To successfully deal with both brain changes and the symptoms of Alzheimer's this study showed one hundred sixty one. Patients, taking the highest dose. Of the drug had a significant response again, that's CBS's Alison. Keys a group of conservative House Republicans are Calling for, the impeachment of deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein and they've introduced legislation to do it. As CBS. Laura Podesta reports they're accusing him of high crimes and misdemeanors for. Allegedly failing to hand over information from the Russia investigation, we're tired of the Justice department giving us the finger and not giving, us the information we're entitled to do to. Do our constitutional duty house conservatives Jim Jordan and Mark meadows who introduced the resolution said, on Fox News they could, use procedural methods to force a vote this week Rosenstein faced Jordan at contentious house hearing last month if. You're interested in the truth Mr. Jordan the truth is we have a team of folks there Trump appointees. And, career folks and they're. Doing their best to produce these documents More than eight hundred thousand documents related to special counsel Robert Muller's Russia probe have already been given to congress. It would take only a simple, majority to, pass the impeachment resolution and then it would have to be sent on to the, Senate where it said it is likely to fail A bomb rocked the street outside the US embassy in Beijing this morning the explosion went off right outside the. Embassy gate where dozens of people had lined up to get visas ABC's, Matt gut Mun reports from Hong Kong u. s., officials say that nobody was hurt except for that, bomber himself and it. Didn't cause any damage to the embassy which is relatively new and heavily, fortified, out this point Chinese officials say they have detained this. Twenty six year old suspected bomber they say he, is in. A hospital getting treatment. One of his hands that was injured so far no word on motive Chinese authorities are describing the bomb as. A firecracker device WBZ, news time ten twelve and time to check in on sports for that we had over to the ace hticket dot com sports studio here's WBZ's Adam Kaufman the. Baseball leading Red Sox were well on their way to. A win last night in Baltimore until the rains wiped out there five nothing second inning lead and forced a postponement that game be made up as part of a day night Double header August eleventh so Boston ended its road trip three and two when will return to Fenway tonight. For the, first four against Minnesota Twins won three in a row Brian Johnson will make his twenty-seventh appearance of the season in the seven ten start the lefty one and one with a two twenty two ERA in five starts he's only faced the twins once this year one inning of relief Johnson louder run in that outing last month. Twins will counter with Kyle Gibson tonight he gave up two runs over, six innings in a loss to the Red Sox, June twenty-first the radios one seventy four ERA in, three career starts in. The hub Mookie Betts lost what would have been his twenty fifth home, run, of the season last night's rain out he's homered three. Times in a dozen at bats against Gibson socks, will also. Face the Phillies twice..
Yosemite park sections to close due to smoke from California wildfire
"On news and talk, thirteen eighty Radio news good morning I'm Ed. Donahue President Trump talks about trained today and Taras. He had some sharp words about a world power the EP saga megani has the story hours before hosting the European. Commission's president and other officials at the, White House the president trained his sights. On China, accusing it of using vicious trade tactics he tweets Beijing is specifically targeting American farmers. With retaliatory tariffs because it knows he loves, them the president says it'll be a failed attempt and the US was being nice until now the tweet reflects. A growing trade battle between him and world powers European leaders are angry over the president's steel and aluminum tariffs and, his threat to. Expand them two vehicles from Europe vowing to, retaliate if he does saga megani Washington on. Twitter President Trump went after his longtime personal attorney Michael Cohen who released a secretly made record Of a conversation with. Then presidential candidate Donald Trump the president tweeted what kind of lawyer would, tape a client so sad the tape captures Trump discussing. A potential payment for. A former. Playboy models account. Of having an affair with him the heart. Of Yosemite national park is being closed crews are. Still working to control a wildfire in the park this is park spokesman Scott guide as these firefighters are working in. This area for strictly for visitor safety, we have to close the roads we. Can't have, vehicles on the road because you've got firefighting equipment and you've got firefighters you've got. Air operations guide Mun says the park is, not an imminent danger a mega millions lottery ticket worth five hundred twenty two million dollars was sold at key. Wall sock devs liquor store in San Jose California soul happy for the person who won the lottery and I'm happy, for us the. Winner has not been revealed sales of new, homes tumbled in June and the median sales, price of new homes also slipped this is AP. Radio news A, new study says lowering blood pressure can help prevent mental decline that can lead to things. Like Alzheimer's disease James Hendricks is with. The Alzheimer's Association those people who were, on the intervention we saw. A nineteen percent Lorraine of while talkative impairment in those people as, as they aged which is. Quite significant Margaret Graham took part. In that study I started taking blood pressure pills in. My late thirties the study says people with a, top blood pressure reading of one twenty instead of one forty were nineteen percent less likely to develop mild cognitive impairment breweries in Germany have been, doing very well but there. Is a problem there's a shortage of beer. Bottles in Germany brewers, are asking customers please return your empty beer. Bottles and fast the bottles are..
UK PM May says Donald Trump told her to sue the EU over Brexit
"Live from npr news in washington i'm nora raum president trump believes later today for helsinki finland for a meeting tomorrow with russian president vladimir putin trump's now in scotland where he's been spending the weekend at one of his golf courses one of two in the country the president met last week with british prime minister theresa may she told the bbc's andrew maher today that previously trump had given her advice which she did not take trump had told her how to deal with european leaders on the uk's departure from the eu don't negotiate see them in court he told me i should sue you sue the city you negotiation susan actually no negotiations with may pointed out that during his visit the president had also told her not to walk away from negotiations secretaries of state from around the country and election security experts are gathered in philadelphia this weekend to discuss how to fight back against the threat of interference in november's midterms as whyy's bobby allen reports election watchers are especially alert about voter registration breaches department of homeland security officials say russians made efforts to hack into the election systems of at least twenty one states on the twenty sixteen presidential election and susan green hall with the national election defense coalition does not want to see that again in november so she's talking with top state officials about a nightmare scenario and adversary attacking voter registration databases on election day to change voter registration records and prevent people from voting on election day causing chaos and also sewing discord and mistrust in the system green hall says many state leaders have assured her that registration databases are getting increased security and election officials say they are developing backup plans in the event that voters have trouble casting ballots in november bobby allen npr news philadelphia after a month long run the men's world cup ends today with the final between france and croatia france was one of the favorites heading into the soccer tournament croatia surprise finalist thanks to the team's historic streak of endurance npr's tom goldman reports it's a day of i for croatia first time in a world cup final first team to get to the final after winning three straight time games and they're hoping the match with a first world cup championship france is favored it has the more talented lineup from forwards killing an mvp and antoine greece mun to rocksolid goalkeeper hugo lorries croatia particularly shines in midfield where luka modric excels with his ball handling and passing the french shouldn't rely on their opponents fatigue with those record three straight extra time wins croatia has proved it can go for as long as it takes but if france can outlast the croatians it will mean a second championship and first since one thousand nine hundred eighty eight tongue goldman npr news this is npr news from washington the united nations issued a report today that the number of civilians killed in afghanistan in the first half of the year increased by one percent this year one thousand six hundred ninety two civilians died the most since the un mission in afghanistan began keeping track of civilian deaths in two thousand nine the report said more than half those deaths were attributed to islamic state the last two blockbuster stores in alaska are shutting their doors tomorrow marking the end one of the last strongholds of the video rental business as npr's laura sydell reports that leaves only one blockbuster in the united states in the pre internet days blockbuster was the place to go when you wanted to watch a movie at home but the internet has moved the rental business online blockbusters all over the country shut their doors but the alaska stronghold state and business partially because high speed internet in the state was expensive now the last two stores one in anchorage and one in fairbanks are calling it quits the last blockbuster standing is in bend oregon the satirist john oliver did a segment on the alaska stores he sent them russell crowe memorabilia including a jockstrap crow war in cinderella man the hope was that the stores could sell the items for money or use it to draw customers the under says he'd like to return the jockstrap laura sydell npr news the california democratic party has given its endorsement for the senate seat now held by dianne feinstein it's not for feinstein but for another democrat state senator kevin de leon who is considered to be a long shot in the general election member i'm nora raum npr news in washington support for npr comes from npr stations other contributors include e c m c foundation working through improve postsecondary educational outcomes for under served students through evidence based innovation learn more at e cmc mc foundation.
Thailand cave rescue, 4 boys out now
"The era just his style of play you know you just don't see that a whole lot anymore i i would probably say i would would be up there on my list that is an excellent answer you can't play for as long as pete rose did and as well as pete rose did and his heart is pete rose did without tremendous toughness he displayed that throughout his major league baseball career we have just about run out of time we want to thank everybody who called in to take part in reverse radio tonight if you weren't watching earlier the cubs beat the reds six five and ten innings to wrap up their threegame series at wrigley it's off to cleveland for a three game series against the indians in the ohio cup beginning tomorrow night at seven ten anthony fani goes for the reds mike cleven jer for the cleveland indians and in case you missed the news three reds are headed to the all star game not next week but the following week joey votto you haney suarez and scooter ginette for producer darren bland i'm dan hoard thanks so much for listening and stay tuned the miami valley gaming racing report with a segment bill denison is coming up after the news here on news radio seven hundred wwl w news traffic and weather news radio seven hundred w ell cincinnati progress being made in rescue efforts to free several boys and their soccer coach from a cave and thailand with the eight o'clock report i'm melissa neeley breaking now we're at that dive teams pulled out of the weakest boys i in a cave rescue effort in northern thailand so far four down nine to go including the boys soccer coach abc's matt cut mun and experienced diver remains at the scene and describes the challenges that rescue operation full of pitfalls squads rescuers trudging over miles of slick or submerged rock over the past few days they pulled away boulders from the caves pad and used underwater drills chip away at the caves jagged surface to bring the remaining eight boys and their coach al that multinational crew rescuers will be guided by ropes and the light on their headlamps they make their way through that maze of flooded passageways now the latest traffic and weather together right now there are no incidents on the roadways around the tristate there is construction work however on southbound seventy one seventy five before buttermilk pike to pass turf way you see an accident or tying up give us a call four two one six three nine seven now the latest forecast from the extra jin temporal scanner weather center and i heart radio station clear skies tonight we'll see.
Backstreet Boys, Fallon Play 'I Want It That Way' With Classroom Instruments
"I like that i've never heard that i never heard that either hey you know who was on jimmy fallon last night mummy mun dracula frankenstein men all of them yeah what were they doing they a new album oh and they also did jimmy fallon will you probably don't wash can be found because he sucks but but he does this thing with the roots where they get like childrens instruments like yeah i've seen recreate songs well they didn't with backstreet with all the backstreet boys they did i want it that way i got it was great it was really great i will say at the at the pride parade cassandra played it from our float and i want it that way yeah and there were groups of people as we walked we're singing of course all jam is great it's a jam all right all right let's see how about this one chris wanted to hear this is a classic chris wanted to hear this one.
Tour bus to Masters flips on Georgia highway; several injured in crash
"The pentagon holds a briefing today amid many lingering questions about the president's plan to have soldiers helped with border security fox's rachel sutherland live in washington it's unclear at this point how many national guard soldiers would be called up to go to the border but we do know it will take them weeks to get their homeland security secretary kerstin nielsen says the administration is talking with governors in border states put out to tweets were so a senior defense official says the plan is a work in progress says national guard looks for available units and equipment and gets ready to approach state governors for permission lisa thanks rachel the president meantime on his way to west virginia for tax reform roundtable while wall street rallies right now the dow's up to eighty four overcoming the latest fear of a trade war with china for now epa chief scott pruitt remains under scrutiny over ethics concerns jeopardy white house spokesman hogan gidley and you know we we believe that some of these questions need to be answered one issue pruitt's fifty dollar an ideal to rent a room in a lobbyist home when staying in washington and internal epa reviews said that does not amount to prohibited gift a tour bus crashes on the way to the masters fox's evan brown has this live at least a dozen people on the bus driving from atlanta to augusta georgia are injured on the driver is under arrest for being intoxicated after the bus flipped onto its side on interstate twenty this morning police say the driver stephen hopping brower ran off the road and then over corrected causing the bus to turn over the passengers injuries are said to be not severe but many are being treated at area hospitals lisa as for the golf ebben australian mark leash mun is the early leader at the masters tiger woods four strokes back at his first masters in.
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"mun" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Thanks for listening tonight if you're in a county somewhere between alaskan florida main and a why you have the ability to listen this show every sunday night what's changed the past week and the and the gun wall debate and also the conduct of broward county sheriff's scott israel a nicklaus crews and the mass murder shooting a thirty one the murderer seventeen is quite a bit when you and i were together last sunday we didn't know at that point that deputy sheriff a scott peterson is yellowbellied coward came out of four or five days ago in this morning if you a time to to watch jake tapper his interview with broward county sheriff's scott israel it was frightening how incompetent the sheriff this and then when he said that the sheriff israel sherif himself israel said he's done a an amazing job made me sick to my stomach but jake tapper surprisingly did a great job with broward county sheriff scouted israel this morning we now know that on campus a plus thirty or veteran with a vest armed with a forty glock was assigned to the stone mun douglas high school campus in parkland florida that he'd been there for several years one report was seven years other reports said nine years he was well familiar with the procedures the policies what to do mass shooting was something that every law enforcement official in america has gone over the past several years in fact share of israel said this morning with jake tapper they've training for exactly this scenario the raise in the school resource officer the sri was present was in case of a mass shooting we now know that within ninety seconds of the first shopping fired the incident took six minutes within ninety seconds onside deputy sheriff scott peterson was outside the so called building a mass murders took place and he stayed outside the building and refused to enter because it was too dangerous now he's not given any comments on this is given no interviews i spoke earlier today to karen curtis of a 850 w f t l in west palm she's gonna come on about an hour and a half she told me off.
"mun" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Of managing homes were individual investors president trump promising quick action to improve school safety he hosted a listening session at the white house yesterday afternoon with student's parents of teachers impacted by a gun violence including some from marjorie stone mun douglas high school in parkland florida meanwhile last night on cnn a town hall with some students from stone man douglas school in fact a camera and caskey had this exchange with senator marco rubio senator rubio can you tell me right now that you will not accept a single donation from the our own i wish i could i wish i could have i wish i could have spoken to the nra radio question i wish the nra lady i i could have talked too because i would ask her how she can look in the mirror considering the fact that she has children but maybe she avoids start i don't forget the question is about and ariani so number one the positions i've hold on these issues in the second amendment i've held since the day i entered office in the city of west miami's unelected elected official number to know the answer that question is that people buy into my agenda and i do support the second amendment and i also support the right of you and everyone here to be able to go to school and be safe and i do support any law that would keep guns out of the hands of a deranged killer and that's why i support the things that i have stood for very much more that is the wrong would in the first of all the answer is people buy into my agenda into second i saw the influence of a a beer all night themes wants to these groups comes not from money the influence comes from the millions of people that agree with slim really americans afford the nra and he's done right so center hey guys guys the conversation with senator rubio talk listen i respect you can ask that question and i can tell you that i people buy into my agenda i will answer any questions you guys have about any rain right now you know i.
"mun" Discussed on WDRC
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"mun" Discussed on X96
"Well she's finally come clean oprah winfrey finally come clean about why she and her longtime boyfriend stead mun graham have not mary she says we the subject was never brought up that's come on we never talked of nobody believes this knowledge true then she goes on to say that i take that back lungs on i said the step moon what would happen what would have happened if we'd actually gotten married instead mun said whoa i think that's what he called though will do if we'd got married on on think we'd be together now why not we would not have stayed together because marriage requires a different way of being in this world while that that means that they have kind of a lucy relents his hands on his interpretation of what it means to be a husband and what it would mean for me to be a wife would have been pretty traditional in other words if i were if you were my wife i would expect you to be a traditional wife wifely things yeah but since you're just my see i have some abrams in the closet that you could win on he said i she said she said i would not have been able to fit into that asked what the decision to not mary has talker oprah said i don't look good nathan's moshi said uh live life on your own her it sounds like they have a pretty primitive view of what marriage can be well yeah you know they think it's just one thing you has to be tradit has taught me that according to statment yeah and that's that's kind of backward thinking thousands of people gathered in two separate rallies in salt lake yesterday of both rallies were to show support unity for the people in charlottesville virginia after a white supremacy rally met with protesters turned violent we stand as an example of light i'll tell you we can fight hatred said republican congresswoman meal love from.
Patrick Moses Dorismond
"I'm christopher johnson and this is one hundred two one the crack legacy based on what i understand it was intended to be a drug smuggling operation it went down right here at 37th and eighth at patrick doors months confrontation with the in why pd delors jones round remembers the story it was about half past midnight under a red awning streaked in health kitchen grime the used to read the distinguished welcome both cocktail lounge the officers approached him about wanting to purchase and their conflicting stories marijuana of crack cocaine delors teaches law in policing at the john j college of criminal justice and she's written about doors smith he was a black man haitianamerican he had some beers with friends at will combo and according to the new york times he stepped outside to get a taxi the report said a plain clothes detective named anthony vasquez approached him and asked him about buying some drugs vasquez in a group of other undercover cops had already made a series of drug arrests in the area that night it's not hard to imagine that dorfmann heard in vasquez's question and insulting stereotype and it pissed him off he said i'm not a drug dealer and became little bit irate they will undercover so he didn't know initially that they were police officers and am some kind of a scuffle ensued the other officers get involved now who takes the first swing how long the fist fight last even what makes officer vasquez pull his gun witness in police accounts don't agree but at some point the detective has his nine millimeter in his hand then a single bullet inter's doors months chest and he was killed patrick moses doors a 26yearold fatheroftwo was dead who a month later about twenty five hundred people marched through brooklyn to city hall waving haitian flags and shouting down pollution rush they also called on mayor rudy giuliani to resign the mayor had released dortmund's paltry juvenile record a move that struck many as blaming doris mun for his own death in press reports giuliani defended his decision saying he quote would not one a picture presented of an altar boy fact dortmund had been an altar boy he graduated from the same elite catholic school as giuliani dismiss up pattern uh an africanamerican males being suspected of criminal aladi and ending up dead at the end of an involuntary police encounter what made the story really upsetting for many was the time it just three weeks earlier in why pd officers were acquitted in the death of another unarmed black man ahmadou diabe he was shot 41 times right on his doorstep jones brown says there was something familiar in the outcome of doors mazda unfortunately what what is also become the pattern is at the police officer who killed him was not even indicted for any criminal charges and you know as a lawyer i seen a what or the police approaching patrick heat still be alive this series one hundred two one was inspired by the recent deaths of unarmed black men and women killed by police even over the few months that we've been doing our stores there have been several high profile police shootings caught on video in the summer of 2016 alton sterling and philander casteel were shot to death by police within about a day of each other this is why i bring a patrick dorfmann because his killing that story could fit neatly on the same list except dorfmann wasn't killed in the last few years officer vasquez shot him in two thousand more than a decade and a half ago this isn't new in this episode i'm gonna look at the