18 Burst results for "Manoukian"

"manoukian" Discussed on I Mean... Why Not?!

I Mean... Why Not?!

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"manoukian" Discussed on I Mean... Why Not?!

"I have a confession. Confession uh-huh Okay Confession. Well you know trick or treating was just around the corner or just previously and I just kind of dug into those. I can't can't stop eating it. I know it's like why can't I just get rid of it because it's like we have this big old bag of it and I just can't stop taking the two here I know it's it's awful but I mean it's an reality it's GonNa Happen now. Can't deprive yourself entirely things coming in the holiday. Okay and Christmas Christmas cookies going to be enjoying it all because we're not going to deprive ourselves of it right exactly but you know so. I think I've come up with a great solution because because even though I'm going to allow myself to have a cookie here and there or or you know good Thanksgiving meal without feeling guilty. Exactly I want to make sure I'm still like on target with staying healthy and And you know working towards my goal that yeah exactly and so you know feeling guilt free. I have a great solution. which is the Peleton? Oh my gosh you know what I'm talking about Italy. It's not read. It's amazing it's like having your own personal personal fitness trainer. Come to your house whenever you'd like. Yeah and you know I think like I want to set bigger goals and feel more accomplished with the peleton tread at miles miles and build strength with all the driving back and forth. You know to a gym but Those have it all here in your own home or you're going to be so a busy with the holidays anyways it's going to be you know didn't route to the gym and you won't have to worry about that part exactly just hop right on it. It's amazing yeah and you know you get to work up a sweat with world. Class instructors are running walking stretching or lifting right by your side. The motivation is like real time because you actually can work out with your friends on their. You know the coolest thing is what I love is you. Don't have to ever repeat the same routine over and over. There are so many to choose from Manoukian if you really want to but to which you know what I understand like wanting to try something different but which is cool but sometimes I like what I like like. I left the instructor and I get used to him and the playlist list he plays or she plays but an dislike like knowing what to expect. But then there's sometimes I'm like try something new you know see. I get bored easily early so I need a switch it up often. Yeah so that's it's perfect..

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"manoukian" Discussed on Unravel True Crime

Unravel True Crime

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"manoukian" Discussed on Unravel True Crime

"So. I'm just looking at this statement bed. David made for the police now that I know he's no longer alive. It seems like this is the only thing I'll ever hear from him. It's a statement when he made as part of Scott's case he was a witness and it's recorded in here that he stated he is known Manoukian for only a few months and regrets if it going into business with a and over this witness statement from David so many times but it's really this loss line that gets me says stated he had learned that Leslie is a really good talker and can make you believe things that are not true. She loves up first and then like your brother or me or David and just destroying that person those things never leave you. You know they never leave you. He's a manipulative con artist that it's like a a serial killer. She loves what she's doing. She just loved it. Maybe she does love it. I really just don't know at this point. Maybe it's all just sport for her but on the other hand. Maybe she's just deluded. Maybe she believes that these crazy schemes are going to work out and everyone's going to get paid back and everything's GonNa be okay. I just feel view like I have no idea what's going on inside his head..

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"manoukian" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"manoukian" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Opinion the couple filed a lawsuit against a California fertility clinic over an embryo implanted in someone else ani Manoukian says a New York couple gave birth to her child and that of another couple it was the result of a mix up by chop fertility clinic when you can says for the longest time she and her husband thought their embryo was lost until she got a call from the head of the clinics saying I need you guys to call me when your husband to come in so we can do a DNA test on you guys the cheek swab it was to confirm that one of the babies born in New York was theirs I'm a new can say they're still not sure how that makes up happened the New York couple is also suing back clinic good all stopped fox news a plan to eradicate any invasive species on a remote California islands not being received well US fish and wildlife is proposing dropping one and a half tons of rat poison on the Farallon islands twenty seven miles off the coast to San Francisco to kill mice infestation officials say the mice pose a major threat to the islands ecosystem but critics say the poison would kill all the wildlife including scavengers that would feed on the dead mice they're urging the feds to come up with another solution the islands are home to the largest seabird breeding colony in the contiguous United States the archipelago is also used by migratory birds as a resting spot and by marine mammal species for resting and breeding charmer gaudy fox news Kentucky state police are questioning a suspect after finding human remains yesterday during the search for a missing woman no word if those remains are those of Savannah Spurlock medical examiner will have to make that determination the twenty three year old went missing in January after leaving a Lexington bar again the stocks rose as investors welcomed new signals from the federal reserve.

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Couple sues clinic for allegedly planting wrong embryos

Tim Conway Jr.

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

Couple sues clinic for allegedly planting wrong embryos

"A Glendale couple said today that they can never forgive the L. A. fertility clinic that mixed up their embryos and impregnated another woman causing them to miss the first month of their son's life this story is really ridiculous CH a fertility center and members of its staff wrongfully gave at least one embryo belonging to an excuse me five mispronouncing names on a and e's shot Manoukian to a couple living in New York this is what the Manoukian village ani Manoukian herself was unsuccessfully impregnated twice and understands now that at least one of those embryos was not hers the Manoukian only discovered they had a son after the New York couple who are Korean American and we're expecting to girls gave birth to two boys who were not

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"manoukian" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"manoukian" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The waitresses. Xmas two thousand eighteen and as McCain does mentioned. Yes, the. The markets are tanking as we speak in. So that means daddy's gonna have a bad Christmas. This is and what did you say? This is the biggest tank in Christmas Eve Tang worst, Christmas Eve losses, ever, six hundred and fifty employees. But what about a percentage? Nine one percent because here's the deal right out of college. I worked as a rookie broker at Drexel Burnham bear, the largest privately held investment Bank. Perhaps you've heard of it. That was my pitch when I cold called you. And and. And there was a generally accepted law about the stock market there there there used to be a thing that your broker will never tell you about. But if you're wondering why your accounts we're getting churned in in late November and parts of December is because there's this. There was this thing called the Santa rally, the Santa Claus rally, and it was basically you turned client's account. So that you could get a bigger check for December. But there was sort of an artificial rally on the stock markets because everyone on Wall Street. Agreed. We need we need money for gifts in December. And so that's been wiped out today. But so far I haven't heard anyone talking about what what might have led to this last night on super hyper local Sunday was talking about this, by the way, Bryan suits, filling in for Gary and Shannon. I should've mentioned that off the top and out of the blue the secretary of the treasury Steve Mnuchin released a letter. Yesterday. And in the world, I have to read the letter to you because it was not he is on vacation, by the way for for the record. The secretary of the treasury is in Mexico. He's had this extremely exclusive walled gated resort community called El Dorado in Kabo that that is physically where he is. So out of the blue yesterday he tweets the following twenty twenty hours ago quote today, I convened individual calls with the CEO's of the nation's sixth largest banks see attached statement. Then you he he's got an immature of an official US treasury department of public affairs. Letterhead? And it says it says quote secretary Manoukian convened individual calls with the CEO's of the nation's sixth largest banks, the banks confirmed ample liquidity is available for lending to consumer and business markets close quote and a lot of analysts former secretary of the treasury, Paul Krugman. And others were saying, wait a minute. But no one said that on Friday why why is this an issue? No one brought that up on Friday. No one said gosh, I wonder if there's going to be a run on the banks on Monday because there were big losses last week. And so in trying to tell everyone all is well move along nothing to see here. It was like Frank driven in. In naked gun or something standing in front of a burning building. Because everyone immediately said wait why see doing that in the body of the letter? He says secretary manuka or it says the release says quote secretary Manoukian conducted a series of calls today with the CEO's of the nation's sixth largest banks, and it lists all their names. DA city, Goldman Sachs chase Wells Fargo the CEO's confirmed that they have ample liquidity available for lending to consumer business markets and all other market operations. He also confirmed that they have not experienced any clearance or margin issues and that the markets continue to function properly well until they opened up today. Tomorrow, the secretary will convene a call with the president's working group on financial markets only. Our bottom line is up until this letter was released yesterday. Nobody was talking about Christmas Eve two thousand eighteen as being a possible panic day. And yes, the markets are closed on Christmas day. They're they're half attended today. But even with like half staff and traders on the floor and all that. You see what's happening today? So as of half an hour ago, the markets were down five hundred so we'll we'll keep that in mind that just because two thousand eighteen I don't know why time magazine didn't make Twitter the man of the year or the person of the year, whatever. But the the deal was the markets were actually bouncing back until around seven fifty our time this morning. And that coincides with something that the president tweeted out sort of out of the clear blue sky, he's been he is he is at home in the White House alone. Malania the family are down at mar-a-lago. They came back. They came back to DC. Yeah. Really? Yeah. Yeah. Because the second spending Christmas together. Oh,.

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"manoukian" Discussed on The Animated Journey: Interviews with Animation Professionals

The Animated Journey: Interviews with Animation Professionals

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"manoukian" Discussed on The Animated Journey: Interviews with Animation Professionals

"I liked about that part was Robbins reaction to them. Freaking out. My favorite thing in the movie are loved all the Beck around sign inch and stuff, and my favorite thing in the movie is I don't have anyone ever notices it. With Reverend runs out of the theater. There's a little toaster in the back room. That's like awful managed. This little interest of his. In my favorite thing. Fake movie. Yeah. In the hallway? To see that movie. I knew I was I was just like please coming out of community. Sure. Yes. Getting trailer. Have you like what was it Robert Rodriguez? Quentin Tarantino how they had all the fake trailers go. Yeah. Etame material to movie. Good good sequel. So I have a question for you regarding coordinating with the other studios. Did you end up going to the other studios as well? To like talk with people. There was it all through. No, I did not it was up through Warner Brothers one of the studios. Copernicus is also the studio that does the series. So I know they've been up there. Kapernick casino Copernicus snip life think also has a relationship with when others. So we've met one of the representatives from sniffle, but we didn't really have time to go out and meet the other studios. Okay. I'll just wondering like how it works. We have different collaborations, if it's okay, we're gonna go here here yet there what you must lead us talk into the other studios insurer again like they had a relationship with most of them. And then there's parts where there's a couple changes of animation styles. So that was again like just kinda talking over the phone or meeting, but never really going to the other studio. Did you have any sense animation styles dukes this thing they already doing the show? But were you like contributing to that as well? Or was it more of making sure that it's coming back looking in the style you wanted to be it was making sure coming back the different styles with those particular like. The stop motion and the traditional ones one of the traditional ones the lighting sequence was animated by one of the in house animators hike Manoukian who is incredibly talented the enemy to that whole thing. Yeah. But Lion King sequence. That was all hike. Yeah. He's crippled Benji Brixton hornet. I believe did the my movie stuff, and that was great too. But I didn't really have a lot of involvement that they kind of just, you know, my director, I think was more involved, but they also did credible show with that. And maxi did the stop motion might director. They originally I think wanted to go in a different direction they were going to do it digitally. But then he was just like stop motion. So he really dealt with max to do that stuff. Stop motion is no small fee to takes a long time, a ha- try this this summer Shen in is so charming, they do it in the show. All the time some lead that they really did some great pieces for the movie that makes it so much fun. I've always loved that. They do that. They do your brakes style. They're not afraid to be occur. Tune the past couple projects I've been very lucky to be, you know, going back to really cartoony stuff. But like I remember beginning of my career or they're just like, they don't want overshoes smears in this. It's just like not cartoony at all. And it wasn't quite as fun as an animator. Or like, this is just like, no, we're not going to apologize. You know, you're watching cartoon, and you're not gonna forget that you're watching coaching. And that concludes part one of.

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"manoukian" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"manoukian" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Deal deals on my art form other people paying beautifully on canvas or right wonderful poetry i like making deals preferably big deals that's how i get my kicks trump describes his dealmaking style as simple and straightforward i aim very high and then i just keep pushing and pushing to get what i'm after robert manoukian who directs the harvard negotiation research project isn't sold his art of the deal sold a lot of copies i don't think he's a very impressive negotiator manoukian who wrote his own book on ago she called bargaining with the devil says trump often goes from toughen adversarial one minute to ingratiating the next he used to call kim jon little rocket man now he praises the dictator is very honorable the president calls that flexibility mnuchin says it makes trump hard to trust university of florida law professor jones turns johnson says there are different ways to approach negotiation for different people or situations trump she says is a purely competitive negotiator they like to win competitive negotiators are very much focused on winning they're the sort of negotiator who might start with a rather extreme position in one way or another like to engage in that tug of war they really enjoy negotiation in his book trump recommends using leverage to extract a bargain in business for example he might press a contractor who couldn't afford to challenge him to accept less than the agreed upon price over time johnson says that tactic can backfire you may get a really wonderful deal the first time but there will be a reputation that's formed and people will be on their guard there aren't at one off negotiations because it's such a small a world that's proving true in the diplomatic world as well trump has notched a few successes like the new south korean trade deal but for the most part other countries have not meant to his will mexico hasn't paid for the border wall europeans haven't cut their steel exports and china shows no signs of abandoning its hi tech development strategy leslie mulligan who trained negotiators for the consulting firm watershed associates says hardball tactics may work okay in one off real estate deals but they don't foster longterm relationships case in point how can trump get europe's help in revising the iran nuclear deal after pulling out of the paris climate accord and slapping the.

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"manoukian" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"manoukian" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Deal deals are my art form other people paint beautifully on canvas or right wonderful poetry i like making deals preferably big deals that's how i get my kicks trump describes his dealmaking style as simple and straightforward i aim very high and then i just keep pushing and pushing to get what i'm after robert manoukian who directs the harvard negotiation research project isn't sold his art of the deal sold a lot of copies i don't think he he's very impressive negotiator manoukian who wrote his own book on the go she ation called bargaining with the devil says trump often goes from toughen adversarial one minute to ingratiating the next he used to call kim jong hoon little rocket man now he praises the dictator is very honorable the president calls that flexibility mnuchin says it makes trump hard to trust university of florida law professor jones turns johnson says there are different ways to approach negotiation for different people or situations trump she says is a purely competitive negotiator to win competitive negotiators are very much focused on winning they're the sort of negotiator who might start with a rather extreme position in one way or another like to engage in that tug of war they really enjoy negotiation in his book trump recommends using leverage to extract a bargain in business for example he might press a contractor who couldn't afford to challenge him to accept less than the agreed upon price over time johnson says that tactic can backfire you may get a really wonderful deal the first time but there will be a reputation that's formed and people will be on their guard there aren't a one off negotiations because it's such a small world that's proven true in the diplomatic world as well trump has not a few successes like the new south korean trade deal but for the most part other countries have not meant to his will mexico hasn't paid for the border wall europeans haven't cut their steel exports and china shows no signs of abandoning its hitech development strategy leslie mulligan who trains negotiators for the consulting firm watershed associates says hardball tactics may work okay in one off real estate deals but they don't foster longterm relationships case in point how can trump get europe's help in revising.

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"manoukian" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"manoukian" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Abandoning its hitech tech development strategy leslie mulligan who trains negotiators for the consulting firm watershed associates says hardball tactics may work okay in one off real estate deals but they don't foster longterm relationships case in point how can trump get europe's help in revising the iran nuclear deal after pulling out of the paris climate accord and slapping the eu with big tariffs those european allies they're not sure anymore that trust has been a road at a little bit in terms of those relationships that we have mulligan says there's nothing wrong with setting ambitious goals for negotiation the work what trump calls thinking big but the person sitting across the table also has a say successful negotiators craft agreements in which everyone walks away a winner they don't just assume they can dictate terms of the deal i think instinctively he still thinks we're the biggest where the best and we should be able to get what we want despite his apparent confidence trump says it's important not to get too attached to any particular deal you go into deals that are one hundred percent certain it doesn't happen you go into deals that have no chance and it happens and sometimes happens easily even as experts like manoukian discount the president's negotiating skills they welcome his talks with north korea saying at this point talks are preferable to the alternative manoukian even gives trump a grudging nod for his fire and fury rhetoric saying that threat maybe what spook china into greater cooperation in a dealmakers game of chicken manoukian says acting irrational can sometimes be an advantage i mean other hand that is an extremely dangerous game because two people can play that game and what can often happens things can explode that's risky in any negotiation especially one with nuclear stakes scott horsely npr news washington this is npr news.

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"manoukian" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"manoukian" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Better than anybody knows deals several experts in negotiation however question whether trump has what it takes to pull off a historic nuclear deal npr's scott horsely reports for decades donald trump is presented himself as a master dealmaker that was part of a stick on the long running apprentice tv show and is the subject of trump's bestselling book the art of the deal deals are my art form other people paid beautifully on canvas or right wonderful poetry i like making deals preferably big deals that's how i get my kicks trump describes his dealmaking style as simple and straightforward i aim very high and then i just keep pushing and pushing to get what i'm after robert manoukian who directs the harvard negotiation research project isn't sold his art of the deal sold a lot of copies i don't think he's a very impressive negotiator manoukian who wrote his own book on the go she called bargaining with the devil says trump often goes from top often adversarial one minute to ingratiating the next he used to call kim jong un little rocket man now he praises the dictator as very honorable the president calls that flexibility mnuchin says it makes trump hard to trust university of florida law professor jones turns johnson says there are different ways to approach negotiation for different people or situations trump she says is purely competitive negotiator to win competitive negotiators are very much focused on winning they're the sort of negotiator who might start with a rather extreme position in one way or another like to engage in that tug of war they really enjoy negotiation in his book trump recommends using leverage to extract a bargain in business for example he might press a contractor who couldn't afford to challenge him to accept less than the agreed upon price over time johnson says that tactic can backfire you may get a really wonderful the deal the first time but there will be a reputation that's formed and people will be on their guard there aren't a one off negotiations because it's such a small world that's proven true in the diplomatic world as well trump has not a few successes like the new south korean trade deal but for the most part other countries have not bent to his will mexico hasn't paid for the border wall europeans haven't cut their steel exports and.

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"manoukian" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"manoukian" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Better than anybody knows deals several experts in negotiation however questioned whether trump has what it takes to pull off a historic nuclear deal npr scott horsely reports for decades donald trump is presented himself as a master dealmaker that was part of his stick on the long running apprentice tv show and is the subject of trump's bestselling book the art of the deal deals are my artform other people pay beautifully on canvas or right wonderful poetry i like making deals preferably big deals that's how i get my kicks trump describes his dealmaking style as simple and straightforward i aim very high and then i just keep pushing and pushing to get what i'm after robert manoukian who directs the harvard negotiation research project isn't sold his art of the deal sold a lot of copies i don't think he's a very impressive negotiator manoukian who wrote his own book on the go she ation called bargaining with the devil says trump often goes from toughen adversarial one minute to ingratiating the next he used to call kim jon noon little rocket man now he praises the dictator is very honorable the president calls that flexibility manoukian says it makes trump hard to trust university of florida law professor jones turns johnson says there are different ways to approach negotiation for different people or situations trump she says is a purely competitive negotiator to win competitive negotiators are very much focused on winning they're the sort of negotiator who might start with a rather extreme position in one way or another like to engage in that tug of war they really enjoy negotiation in his book trump recommends using leverage to extract a bargain in business for example he might press a contractor who couldn't afford to challenge him to accept less than the agreed upon price over time johnson says that tactic can backfire you may get a really wonderful deal the first time but there will be reputation that's formed and people will be on their guard there are no one off negotiations because it's such a small world that's proving true in the diplomatic world as well trump has notched a few successes like the new south korean trade deal but for the most part other countries have not bent to his will mexico hasn't paid for the border wall europeans haven't cut their steel exports and china shows no signs of.

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"manoukian" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"manoukian" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Shall extent there are two different camps in the administration and with them it depends on what they're exercised about and what they hope to accomplish treasury secretary manoukian has focused on more traditional american goals that previous administrations have also focused on questions like whether or not american banks can own banks and china entirely or whether they can just sort of take small minority sticks in them questions of whether or not american automakers like ford and general motors can own one hundred percent of the factories they have in china whether they have to continue to owning them whether they have to continue to own them fifty fifty with chinese automakers so those are more the traditional concerns now you have another camp in in the administration led by bob lighthizer the united states trade representative and also i think most people would include peter navarro in that group as well say that the states should also be worried about china's varian bishops industrial policies so china is is planning to spend three hundred billion dollars in the next seven years to turn itself really into a powerhouse in ten sectors that china wants to be essentially a considerable extent self sufficient in and those tend to be those have a lot of cornerstones of the us economy should they want to produce a lot of their own commercial aircraft which would be threat to boeing of course in all of these they're hoping as well to export so they would challenge the american companies including markets so they want to be they wanna use a lot of government money in loans from state owned banks to become powerhouses in commercial aircraft which affects boeing semiconductors which affect intel artificial intelligence which affects google and to some extent apple microsoft amazon and all these giant microsoft you name it the basically the tech sector they are he they also spend money on electric cars which could potentially affect.

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"manoukian" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"manoukian" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"You don't think you don't think i think it was consistent part of i didn't get a lot of tension is because yes that's what treasury did and then shortly there after the president congratulated president putin on his reelection that came that came much later and when treasury did this there was a really strong statement that you'd expect from any administration denouncing the russians for attempting to assassinate the defector and his daughter in the uk saint all scrip all yeah saying all the things you would want it to say there'd interesting questions about whether there's going to be more sanctions treasury secretary manoukian said there would be more but i'm trying to give credit credit's due they did actually act on this i'm i'm not to supreme predator department deserves credit suggesting that could be a little hard on the media for media as i said it's down in the weeds to just not the sort of thing you're going to see a lot of attention all about it on the national security law podcast you certainly would at nsl podcast on twitter so we've been trying to sort of set the table for the benefit of the students who i hope will now be ready to jump in with some questions we're three professors we'll just keep talking non stop even after you've all left the lights are off we'll be here for months to come here's a question to back you say and then we'll repeat it to make sure that the listeners on the podcast can hear the question bows down to the proposition that when he comes to great power warfare in particular your options if there's going to be any kind of overt armed conflict it's very hard to prevent the spiral into total warfare right and in a way are are increasing military might rid largest humanity and has governments means that the ability to have smaller scale what what used to be called imperfect war limited war 'cause i wore it's not really in the tool setting more because the way could spiral out so what is there in that space between sanctions and diplomacy or even indictments and going to full scale war because if there's nothing in that space if it's a barbell in the tool set with the really empty spot in the area where you might have a little sharper leverage.

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"manoukian" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

AM 870 The Answer

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"manoukian" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

"So forth albeit katrina wiping out yourself and so forth and to give real thought to what you know what role the government should have to try to get people back what role private company should have it cetera then for them to spend all this effort on counterterrorism in a which is the more sophisticated part of rand and this is in the company for money this is a company out there just doing these things so that may be the right thing will be done and people will be saved and solutions will be found and so forth it's really cool in it it is an and was able to go about it to his but they moved my wife and and made to the west coast after my retirement and gives me was beautiful place to live at your ran deserve israeli diverse organization era a few of us do terrorism and a few more of us do for national security issues but you're a large group of of rand researchers do very critical work on alzheimer's and diabetes other outfits i think we just published a pretty interesting and impactful piece and i had nothing to do with but i i i read it on sir sexual assault in the military and in its is the kind of said that will have to the really a lotta people will listen to it will they're very helpful to the pentagon justice we and california and specifically in the judiciary actually had one of our own that suffered at the hands of terrorism and justice patricia manoukian who sits up north and pete manoukian who is also a judge up north their son was a colonel working in afghanistan dan and he was working to train afghan soldiers to takeover and be able to run the country and protect it against the terrorists he was engaged to be married ready to come home beginning law school to follow his parents footsteps a very upstanding young man in our community and um unexpectedly during the course of a dinner where he was celebrating ramadan and being sure to be respectful of the muslim community and their traditions and he and three others were shot in cold blood while trying to assist that it was devastating to the legal community the california judges association has dedicated specific event in our annual seminar toward remembering him and.

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"manoukian" Discussed on AM 1260 The Answer

AM 1260 The Answer

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"manoukian" Discussed on AM 1260 The Answer

"A weaker dollar uh than when he was called on as he said oh no no i mean to do the toss of is there a dollar crisis uh in the making in regard to uh american government policy i think secretary manoukian was speaking off and without taking into account how closely the markka would read every syllable of his state intense i think he walked that back because he never intended to drive the dollar down uh in the first place the president also of course talked about dollar strengthen teeth with the strong us economy it's certainly the case that the dollar has weakened over the past year bollywood by one uh a one point zero three euros uh about a year ago now it's about one point two four so that's just nearly as if that's about a twenty percent decline that's certainly help our exports us export growth has been very strong on because the dog the cheaper however i don't believe that the administration has anything like a were tough paul city cheap and the dollar for i think that the uh press has made too much of these statements ed adler fit there they they really have fought it out and they're not on a war path or chief gone since there is a crosses won't be of of a intentional making that's that's the key messages dig lemme turns one less subject that that we will have time to do justice to because it's complicated and and uh and dynamic unfortunately a but you've written in asia times recently about america's cereal syria humiliation uh is worse than it looks uh that would be a humiliation i guess primarily at the moment at the hands of the arroni ends um but of most especially at most visibly uh the turks of what's going on there and uh and what would you be recommending in terms of policy for the united states at this moment zero in a map trail um we decided to three fed thousands go on border security force mainly composed of courage had been our allies against isis and it fought very effectively the turks have a restive kurdish population they were a of their country splitting up they don't like british powers though they for they would their that they sent the army into syria uh hasn't done very well from what i've heard by the way uh.

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"manoukian" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:32 min | 4 years ago

"manoukian" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"The state senator one congress meaning for many many years and here k it can will play was approved by a general counsel for health and human services now he's decided at klokot creating the cookie one thousand dollars two nobody can of cranking well right well now they are now they are eggers now your anyway of course reagan but that's only here that's only his portion it's really 400000 debit that's which required is that you pay your portion you're a quivalent on a jet on a private plane like that but they don't care that's this is there and foreknowledge that actually clean he wouldn't have to pay a penny except for political reasons wing he's quite was legal but because gohmert directly related to health and human services club med but new wasn't manoukian what are the the the wild card on this is president trump and let's be honest i mean is this be blunt he well moves we've seen that and if he frustrated he he he maybe he might do that or you might have can i ask him so bears who really think approved by this the weaker care has an even greater germano no tom price right just got i got a text to talk about because we think attitude is and you know i and it's newt gingrich fan sent me a note reminding us about the time cbs followed you will restore in new york that was news and and the end this texture shed how disgusting unit was but that's an example but put you in the crosshairs the media crossers that's what they do if you're a conservative a bad thing you can do but if you're a liberal aerobic sure the head of protecting the flag and the anthem euros apart of your deep commitment all right away spirit can contributed who actually patriotism and you want to honor the poles no clearly governor george pretty bad it's pretty bad i don't see good schubert all we can do is keep of our heads down.

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"manoukian" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"manoukian" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Go about doing is that the rare time a team grows from to see the lions take a positive from that come back against the falcons even though they lost and they got a rough game in minnesota this week but i mean is that something that team can use the rally around that they did make their comeback last week liked that said there no moral victory but they do have to feel good about what they did it gets a very good team all the doing it at home in detroit they looked at faith a minnesota team that look very very good right not much better on offense when they've been so great on defense will pass they've got a running game uh with with the young running around the world at wonderful one of this and and uh sheldon day and and he'll and look to be the real deal uh they're making big plays down the field so minnesota's very real detroit can feel good about what they did did and where there act but it doesn't take long to all of a sudden these moral victory victories add up to the point where we're not very good there's some very interesting games this week you have the lions in the vikings big game in that the vision no question you have the raiders in the broncos in denver both whilst defeats rate has got whipped whipped on by the red skins and then a redskins uh hit the road go to kansas city uh flying high also win against the the rate is where they were very impressive and then they get the undefeated chief so monday night london interesting games this week yes you talked about all the teams the raw knack back cut that we're talking about a how good can you be where are you add everybody they're the two of one washington redskins are the most intriguing kamei they can go and they're capable they're playing much better defense greg manoukian defensive coordinator uh the fact that they have you know there was a tough early walked obviously to the eagles but in the ram seem to be better beaten up on the raiders and the way they did it was the impressive now i know it's the raiders wet coat going heath coats and all that we're going to find out against the very.

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"manoukian" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"manoukian" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"A man who vandalized a sikh temple in hollywood the man used at black sharpy august 31st right derogatory messages on an outside wall lapd captain robert long says several people saw them and do it in one confronted him witness followed suspect away and as he was fighting accurate you would threaten days grow long says of animals been identified as 27yearold archianga manoukian is a prior record and police say should be considered dangerous they also say he's been avoiding his home and usual hang out so the illegal immigrant activists if horse house minority leader nancy pelosi to duck out of an event in san francisco in support of socalled dreamers tell us what protesters criticized policy for talking with president trump about daca program to protect young people brought to the us illegally as kids trump recently announced plans to end dock and let congress work on immigration legislation a dad know hios been busted for clowning around while another man is in trouble for how he reacted the dad decided to uh put on a clown masked saturday night and chases six year old daughter around the neighborhood abc's ryan burrow says the man told police the girl had not been behaving and he chose to scare her instead of spanking her during the chase the girl jumped into a stranger's car then ran into a stranger's apartment for help the mad at that apartment dion santiago actually fired a gun shot into his yard as the father approach with the clown yes the fathers been charged with child endangerment inducing panic the other man's been charged with using a firearm while intoxicated the airforce has turned seventy president trump spoke yesterday to a military crowd a spoke yesterday last week to military crowd at joint base andrews the mark the branches big birthday the cia also turned seventy as of yesterday president paid tribute on his twitter page posting a video of his driven january to the cia a tiny call the agency one of the country's most important groups traffic from the helpful socal honda traffic.

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