18 Burst results for "Mara Mara"
"mara mara" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Listening hi five year assets and there are Russian flags and Russian memes popping up and now we see you build are really just doing Donald trump's dirty way where we played a little in the first one that would restrain Williams was yeah Brian Williams the guy who falsely claimed that he had seen bodies floating down to Canal Street in New Orleans in the wake of the hurricane Katrina and though the water was never more than in a Trice how he could I also add something in yes it's a little surprising to me that Brian Williams is so upset about this when you think you'd be in a better mood considering Bloomberg gave him a million dollars last time I checked well that's true he did yeah he's no he's he he's almost as good at math as as Joe Biden this human rights is a mathematician when he's not seen dead bodies flow by and how you're going to want to stop this a couple times because there's fighter pilot to remember he's been he's it when he was in the mid east he was in the the some some terrorist guerrilla groups fired on his helicopter they had to make an emergency landing in the desert remember that he's a renaissance man was a kid in New Jersey he was selling Christmas trees and a robber came up to him and put a gun in his face when he was about twelve years old it's still a lot less money he's he's Scrabble life is gone he's been in every anything you can imagine he has been there and he's played an active role in it but now he knows what Putin now we knows how excited potent and how the funny part about that will play from the beginning as he said the first comment I saw on Twitter and the reason that makes me laugh is because when he did that segment with Mara Mara gray from the Newark New York times about that the math and blue are giving everyone a million dollars that was a random tweet they saw on Twitter that they put up on MSNBC to say look at this crazy tweet we saw that so accurate about Bloomberg's campaign so now he's telling us tweet sees and and my whole thing is following on Twitter one person is telling you that Putin should get high fives the other person's doing cockamamie mass you might want to find some new followers bro played on social media of the very first comment after he broke that I saw on Twitter was prudent if you're listening hi five year assets and there are Russian flags and Russian memes popping.
Why Pamela Anderson's 'marriage' only lasted 12 days
"He's seventy four and he and cheese fifty two but John. Peters there's a dispute between these two mover who broke up with whom at the battle lines are being drawn Maggie. They're not only arguing about who broke up. With whom but who proposed a whom each one is saying that it was the other person's idea get married after this less than two week debacle and now John Peters is exclusively told page sixes Mara Mara. Siegler that that while they were married for twelve days he paid all of Pam Anderson debts to the tune of two hundred thousand dollars he said in an email to Mara. I didn't say anything I just wanted to be that we were going our own separate ways but when I read your article I felt the need to tell the true the story. He also said if she men controlling. I've paid her bills since she was broke. I bought her a completely new wardrobe. Ouch ooh Pamela. Anderson's team by the way said. Despite Mr Peters efforts to elicit a response from his anderson she had has no comment to provide and wishes him. Well she also the Harrap said these claims are not only entirely fabricated. They are
"mara mara" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness
"Whenever you brought that conservatism in that homophobia across the world? So it's eighteen sixty four eighteen sixty four India Britain came in. We just did our little people. We edited that out. We make that par cute. But then, basically, we just did a little quick googling. And we realized that Britain came into Indian seventeen fifty four then or seventeen fifty ish, then in eighteen sixty four they enacted these two laws that criminalized elder nonconformity and quickness. Yeah. Yeah. And so really you were saying that this is racism, when we say, everything that you just said, again, because they're about, you know, like media right now, as saying, like we're in a non binary fat, or like we're an agenda. Neutral fat. I'm just like rolling my eyes because I'm like this is not a fab. This has like thousands of years of history. And also we've been around for very long time. I think that part of the ways that we're getting dismissed, especially in state legislation right now because it's important name that there's literally dozens of pieces of anti translation that are being debated right now as they're saying this is a millennial fad where we're just coming up and making up with genders. And I'm like, okay, first of all, all language has made up newsflash. They only get. Mad when we make up new language around gender and sexuality, but they're not like protesting the word tweet and being in the dictionary, language vol's in changes over time. But what they're saying. Essentially, is that this is just a conspiracy of millennial internet kids who are making up genders, and I want to say, actually, that's not true. We've been around for very long time we've had different words to describe ourselves. But this is a tactic of transphobia. It's not about real history. And also, it's not even limited. I mean it's not limited only to India to any culture. I know that there's like sexual American cultures where there is also a native American. There was like definitely even precolonial Europe. That's what I always tell why people to them, like if you actually learn about your cultures before the formation of Europe, y'all were literally doing such amazing stuff to really do what, what would we do like a amazing relationships with the environment and nature like ritual and ceremony multiple genders like sex positivity. You know, we were. Kind of like, do you watch outlander? No. Should I will you guys kind of fierce? It's like time travel. It's hot Sam Wigan. I think is how I say his last name Zuber cute, and then caroliina search at the fierce. But it's a story this like nineteen Forty-five like Amir British couple and then they accidents like touched this wooden stone engine transport back to seventeen something. But there's like baby witches, and that they're doing, like Sheikh like nature, which he stuff and I could. And there was definitely like some slightly LGBT stuff and Kayla. Remember there and like the second. Interesting. I love that. I love it when like white people did something good one on time. Deep down. There's, you know, everyone has good things in them. But that is, but the binary so gross. So we come back from our detour the history of Indian gender step, which also Filipino culture. There's also a lot of star genders. Guess only about sneath. It was the ancestor speaking through right now diverged, but so. But back to you and it's like the nineties and we're in. We are in Texas, and your family is Indian and get lead. Can I ask you like? Like you are born here. But like it was it your parents came or your grandparents. Yes. So my dad was wearing Malaysia where he was born and raised. And then went to India for school. Then went to Canada, then went to the us, what glut gorgeous multicolored per se mom was born in India, and then moved to the US. So we grew up like kind of with extremities of like very white Christian town and then a very tight knit Indian Hindu community. But the reason is being that up is because among other Indian people when I was a kid, my gender on conformity was not a problem. And I say that because I think that there's this revisionist history happening right now where we pretend the immigrants are more conservative or more homophobic, transphobic, or literally just the other day was like the at my PO box, and this white one came out to me, and she's like, it's a good thing that you live in the US, because they would kill you where you're from I was like excuse me, like, first of all, the data to come up and say that to me in the middle of the day, and I tried to get her together. And I was like, actually, like you need to understand that this country is one of the most dangerous in the world, right? Now for me that actually that I have more legal protections and other places, and places like India. They actually acknowledged their gender on. Aw, identity documents. Whereas here, I still have to be called a man everywhere. I go, I can't even walk down the street in New York City without being afraid for my safety, but it's just so ingrained in people that when you see immigrants when you see Brown people there, somehow, more homophobic, or tense obey, but that was not my not my case at all. I sorted takes -perienced under police saying when I would go to school, and then other white kids would be like what are you doing? And so for me like becoming a man was always becoming a white, man. This kind of very masculine, like don't care about fashion like Indian men are Louison. Those fashionable people on the world, like we're literally wearing, like mirrors like glam, like, drag queens every day, but then, and white male culture. It's like never care about your hair never care about your nails. Never care about your that was never makes -perience. And so, I think a lot of what I'm really trying to do and bring to the movement around, LGBT issues is to say, like this is a racial Justice issue that it's not just like you have LGBT rights over here, racial Justice over there. And they only come together when there's great people color LGBT rights are already always about racial Justice just yet, for sure. And well, I'd have to interview the director of the National Center for transgender Mara Mara, Mara was saying, like, you know, you will see people from the National Center for transgender quality, every protest for, whether it's, you know, Muslim equality, if it's whatever the marginalized community is whoever it is, you're going to see some from National Center for transgender quality because we are not free until we are offering low, but I do think that it's like it is an I think another thing that I realize now continues to be an issue is like the marginalization of classes like people that don't have money like that creates this whole other level of, like inability to access safety information, like literal, safety, his even how you present. How you look like the more this. She ker you look like the more like polished, you look, I feel like that. Can make more safe from like harassment. Yes. Totally. Which is like a thing. So, but for you growing up, you had the courage in the wherewithal, and the strength to like present how you wanted to present in up into school started experiencing like gender policing were young very much bullied home abilities so much. And I think that's why I'm a little scared about going back for this ten year reunion, because I have so much trauma from this town, like we call my town colloquially, closet station. It's called college station is just like there was no clear visibility at all. We had one gay bar on the per free of town next to the strip club. So that was where all the quote unquote centers went, right? So I just did not believe is even possible to be LGBTQ. And then when there was Meteo 'Presentation, there was never any Indian people were LGBTQ. So it was like, that's the white people thing. And so I was bullied by the Indians for being too Jenner conforming. And by the white people for being generic and forming an for being Brown and especially growing up in a post nine eleven moment, I was made into the scary figure kinda overnight. And so I have so much trauma. From that, period, where I attempted suicide when I was thirteen and I speak about that publicly because actually transition, Americans how some of the highest suicide rates in the country, and I always say that when you tell us that we're not real at some level we begin to believe you, you know, and that's why I have difficulty even saying I attempted suicide and rather saying, you know, I almost died by suicide and because was it my agency or was it just me reflecting? Everyone telling me to disappear. Wow. That's fucking heartbreaking. So you I that is one thing that has really blowing. My mind is a white person, the and just like I came from, like a rural cornfield in the middle of America during nine eleven. I was very outliving is a gay like little like ninth grader, then I mean it was very out very queer. I mean, like because I went by Jackson's like just Jack like from will, and grace was like is either that or faggot like one of those. Faggot Tron, which I've since reclaimed, I'm like, that's kind of a cute log, right? What do you notice? How like if I recount my experience, like being called Baggett to people like people cringe do like like. Whereas like for me, it's like if I hear someone say back to me to this day, like, I turn my head assuming that someone let me like that was just the, the name that I was called all the time. Yeah. Doesn't even like move a hair on my head. So how did you get through high school? Like, how did you do that? I mean, you, you did not know but that was going to say back to the whiteness of, like I didn't realize how deeply nine eleven affected the rights and the perceived right. No, not perceive. The rights of Muslim American people. Like anyone perceived as most. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. Because like because like where you would like a BB BB Hindu. Yeah. My family was Hindu, but I think that would a lot of people don't understand is like as Lama phobia was part of a racist project where anyone who is at McLean. Big US, or Brown was just Ardy is as Muslim so many seek people also many and still to this day seek people are being targeted for hate crimes all the time it doesn't make the news you know how I got through high school two things. One might art practice so because I couldn't speak about the bullying I was going through, and I'm sure you can identify with us when you're a young queer person if you speak about the violence, your. Experiencing, it brings more violence to you, because then you're showing people that has an impact on. You, you have to constantly pretend. Now I'm fabulous. I'm strong. I'm funny. I'm charming, you can't actually. So I'm hurting. I'm sad because then you become more vulnerable, and they target you. And then also I wasn't disclosing a people that I was generic for I didn't have that language. All I knew was gay. So it was like, okay, I'm gay. I didn't wanna tell people that I was gay, because then I would get more harassment. Right. So I was just being very strategic. And that's why I don't like the word closeted. I was being strategic. I was like, okay girl. I need to get out of Texas. So I can live my truth, because right now my physical safety is in jeopardy. So I'm not gonna I'm not gonna do this. So I started to write because I had nowhere else to put the pain. So I just I was a big mice base kit. And if you're on my space, I've always been an internet kind of girl. Boy, so I was really big on my space, really begun saying had my digital communities because they were taking care of me. When I didn't have a physical community. You know, I met LGBT people online, and they were like this is what it means to be gay. It was like, oh my God. Because in Texas we had zero tolerance sexual sexual. Education policy. So we were literally taught like one hundred and one ways to say notice socks, there was the poster and room, that'd be like what would my dad think or I have to sneeze you just things we could say, so I never learned about sexual sexuality at all. So the internet was wearing out. So I started to post like my journal entries which I didn't call poems. They're just like my diary online under a pseudonym called Larry. There's a lot going on at the time. I started internet society put her transmit when I was in sixth grade, like, what name do you want to be called Aisha's, Larry kind of insect. My middle naming I won't maybe we're connected. Because you could take a break, we'll just like the chew seconds break. It'll be painless..
"mara mara" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"And your all health like keep your clothes static free and all that stuff. But in the last years, and they're. Deodorant aluminum deal. Everything is just kind of pick your your chemicals. Yeah. So yeah. You you're putting some chemicals. I'm like okay with like spray tan, okay? Dryer sheets. No, Mariah in Oklahoma. A mirror in Oklahoma. I Don Mira Mara Mara. I'm so sorry. They give calling what you want to say. I just wanted to say that you are absolutely amazing. And my four year old is obsessed with you. And we can guys every morning great. Thanks, low till your four year old. That's a Hello. What's it in? Hey, Bill cute. Tell tell Abe. I said what up? What would you say if she were talking right now? I actually capturing the client. All that. She loves you with all her heart. Thank thank you very much. We'll have a great day. Thank you for calling here on the show and cool. Thanks for taking time out of your morning. That's here. We are Wednesday just hanging. That's Amy's pile right there that was Amy's pile of stores. It's time for the good news. Robert king second traffic helmet, Chicago. He saw an accident. He pulled over to see if anyone needed help. It was like, well, let me see someone did the doctor. He was an organ transplant surgeon. He was trying to take donated Oregon's to awaiting patient. This is the guy that was in the wreck. And then the oh, wow. Gimme that. And so he takes them takes the doctor runs into the hospital. He just happened to pull over and seeing this see the wreck and the do need help out these. So man pulls over to check on wreck ends up delivering donated organs raised a good one right there. That was telling me something good. Nashville in Hollywood, number two thirty seconds skinny Kelsey. Valerie, knee says that her tour was inspired by asking herself what which neither twain Dolly Parton? Do. She also shared that she made mood boards for every single song. She seems on the tour every bit on the show. What I feel like with this Blake Shelton is in the new movie ugly dolls. It's out this weekend. He took girlfriend Gwen Stafani in her kids to the movie premiere that's their first read carbon altogether. And he says his cool points went way up for that. I saw the picture of Blake and Gwen and her three kids. I guess plague doesn't have any kids as he. What if he's going to have any kids or if that's the thing with him? I mean, if you real- Gwyneth. Gwynne out Glenn seeing Gwyneth Paltrow. Tonight at the twenty nineteen billboard music awards came Brown in Florida Georgia line. We'll be presenting. Also, Dannon shave will be performing collab- with Tori. Kelly at all airs tonight, eight seven central on NBC. Thank you. That's Morgan number too skinny. Your buddy miss the Bob. Transmitting across America..
"mara mara" Discussed on Double Toasted
"June fourteenth of twenty nineteen contact DNA Campbell, harass her number is non four seven one six twenty three twenty one, and you can also Email her which might be the best way in that is at Dina Harris travel at bell, south dot net. That's D E A H A R S travel at bell, south Dutton. Yeah. We don't do all gonna hit iceberg. We don't think. I'm going to tell you that's a one way trip, by the way to. We're not coming back. So. On the. Strike. We're not coming back. So you might want to go ahead. Upgraded. That balcony Ken. Yeah. We gotta deal with cartel going to have to work. I don't even think we make into the car. Oh, let me see. Toes? And so what else is going on here? How you doing Billie by good? Good to see seventies. Allergies. Martin's one usually suffer from outages. I'll be about a man. Pretty full you, bro. You're not getting here start laughing at breaks it all up. So that's when it starts coming out if you want so funny, I will be cough negro hail with you. Don't patronize me. Like, trumpet your word. Word while learning. Books. That were to towards I wasn't really mad at you. Just need to use that word. It was on the calendar. Got to say. Block it. Since we started late. I'm not gonna hold everybody up at this point. Because I don't want anybody to be too late. I know a lot of people waiting to hear us talk about that spider, man. So let me go ahead and get into it right now. You know, what I brought everything else up, but the trailer. Bring that up. Yeah. I mean, people have been waiting on his for the longest time finally came. Let me pull it up rain here move it over for y'all. And it was go ahead and get into it right now. Now, Mara Mara. God is so good. The marvel can just flat out just Fudd with people marvels. So they had like usually like there'd be a big reveal over at Comecon. You know, something like that in New York even dragging on something that. Marble said banging said, you know, what in Sony to they got together. Let's hold off. Let's let's let's wait today. Comet convention down in Brazil. Let's premier the trail over there. Yeah. People used to England hadn't stuff before listless South America headed I and people will be in there. People were mad people like because people use we spoiled because they used to having things permitted at a convention and just pop up on the internet twenty four hours later be set back and say, look let them out the Megan's heaven this is gonna be on tomorrow. Anyway, and tomorrow is above what two months now. Y'all makers came. I guess it's no good to bootleg it if it's all in Portuguese. Yeah. Oh, no. It was an English. Even even people even people. I don't know what the for this. But listen. We're actually was that. But they were like, but then you know, they. Yeah. And people said bagging said mom you've been booking around. What what the thing is? I heard a rumor this marble was actually going to release this the about three weeks four weeks ago, and they say, but now Yellen talk. All right. You wanna play? Another month say something else. Yeah. Fuck around you won't see this into the action movie comes out. Okay. And here we are. And the trail is finally dropped drop today. Let's go ahead and take a look it's no trailing straight up trailer. Teaser here you won't to I'm here to tell you. Now, I'm gonna talk tomorrow and eight not it's the trailer is almost two minutes long. It's a trailer. Making me mad. Thank you, take me for food mar bail. Patronized this. Let's go ahead and take a look at this. Don't call it a teaser trailer. And we'll be back with our review. Thank you Spiderman. I was so good. AM late happy. You too. Thank you new dress. Yes, it is. How'd she know what just happened? Go to Europe..
"mara mara" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Eight point of President Trump's four year term and tonight he will deliver his first primetime address to the nation from the Oval Office. The reason we are eighteen days into a government shutdown and President Trump demands that congress give him five point seven billion dollars to pay for a wall on the US Mexico border tonight. We expect him to make the case that there is a humanitarian national security crisis on the border. We'll fact check that claim with analysis and context from NPR's in-house experts on immigration, politics and national security. We'll also hear responses from top congressional Democrats Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer NPR national political correspondent Mara Liasson is here to start us off and Mara. Let me begin by apologizing to you in advance for cutting you off when the president starts to speak. Oh, don't worry right ahead begin by telling us what you're listening for in the president's speech tonight. Well, I'm listening for a clue as to whether the president truly wants to change public opinion with this speech in other words where he wants. To make the argument that there's a humanitarian and national security crisis at the border to people beyond his base because if he truly is trying to put pressure on Democrats he needs. His strategy which is shutting down the government to get wall funding to reach beyond his hardcore base because the Democrats won't accommodate him unless they feel some pressure. I'm looking to see is he trying to do that. Or is his goal is just to have the president is now speaking, let's take a listen insecurity crisis and our southern border everyday customs and border patrol agents encounter thousands of illegal immigrants trying to enter our country. We are out of space to hold them. And we have no way to promptly return them back home to their country. America proudly welcomes millions of lawful. Immigrants who enrich our society and contribute to our nation. But all Americans are hurt by uncontrolled illegal migration. It's strange public resources, and drives down jobs and wages. Among those hardest. Hit are African Americans and Hispanic Americans are southern border is a pipeline for vast quantities of a legal drugs, including meth heroin cocaine and sentinel every week three hundred of our citizens are killed by heroin alone. Ninety percent of which floods across from our southern border. More Americans will die from drugs. This year then were killed in the entire Vietnam war in the last two years ice officers made two hundred sixty six thousand arrests of aliens with criminal records, including those charged or convicted of one hundred thousand assaults thirty thousand sex crimes. And four thousand violent killings over the years. Thousands of Americans have been brutally killed by those who illegally entered our country and thousands more lives will be lost. If we don't act right now. This is a humanitarian crisis a crisis of the heart and a crisis of the soul last month twenty thousand migrant children were illegally brought into the United States a dramatic increase. These children are used as Uman pawns by vicious coyotes and ruthless gangs. One in three women are sexually assaulted on the dangerous trek up through Mexico. Women are children are the biggest victims by far of our broken system. This is the tragic reality of illegal immigration on our southern border. This is the cycle of human suffering that I am determined to end. My administration has presented congress with a detailed proposal to secure the border and stop the criminal gangs, drug, smugglers, and human traffickers. It's a tremendous problem. Our proposal was developed by law enforcement professionals and border agents at the department of homeland security. These are the resources they have requested to properly perform their mission and keep America safe in fact, safer than ever before the proposal from homeland security includes cutting edge technology for detecting drugs. Weapons illegal contraband and many other things we have request more agents immigration judges and bedspace to process the show uprise and unlawful migration fueled by very strong economy. Our plan also contains an urgent request for humanitarian assistance and medical support. Furthermore, we have asked congress to close border security loopholes. So that illegal immigrant children can be safely and humanely returned back home. Finally as part of an overall approach to border security law enforcement professionals have requested five point seven billion dollars for physical barrier at the request of Democrats. It will be a steel barrier rather than a concrete wall. This barrier is absolutely critical to border security. It's also what our professionals at the border want envied. This is just common sense, the border wall would very quickly pay for itself the cost of illegal drugs exceeds five hundred billion dollars a year. Vastly more than the five point seven billion dollars. We have requested from congress. The wall will also be paid for indirectly by the great new trade deal. We have made with Mexico. Senator Chuck Schumer who you will be hearing from later tonight has repeatedly supported a physical barrier in the past along with many other Democrats, they changed their mind. Only after I was elected president Democrats in congress have refused to acknowledge the crisis, and they have refused to provide our brave border agents with the tools they desperately need to protect our families and our nation. The federal government remained shut down for one reason. And one reason only because Democrats will not fund border security. My administration is doing everything in our power to help those impacted by the situation. But the only solution is for Democrats to pass a spending Bill that defends our borders and reopens the government this situation could be solved in a forty five minute meeting. I have invited congressional leadership to the White House tomorrow to get this done. Hopefully, we can rise above partisan politics in order to support national security. Some have suggested a barrier is immoral. Then why do wealthy politicians build walls fences, a gates around their homes? They don't build walls because they hate the people on the outside. But because they love the people on the inside the only thing that is immoral is the politicians to do nothing and continue to allow more innocent people to be so horribly victimize America's heart broke the day after Christmas when a young police officer in California was savagely murdered in cold blood by an illegal alien just came across the border. The life of an American hero was stolen by someone who had no right to be in our country. Day after day precious lives are cut short by those who have violated our borders in California. An air force veteran was raped murdered and beaten to death with a hammer by an illegal alien with a long criminal history in Georgia and a legal alien was recently charged with murder for killing beheading and dismembering. His neighbor. In Maryland, MS, thirteen gang members who arrived in the United States as unaccompanied minors were arrested and charged last year after viciously stabbing and beating a sixteen year old girl over the last several years, I've met with dozens of families whose loved ones were stolen illegal immigration. I've held the hands of the weeping mothers and embraced the grief stricken fathers, so sand. So terrible. I will never forget the pain in their eyes tremble in their voices and the sadness gripping their souls. How much more American blood must? We shared before. Congress does. It's. To those who refuse to compromise in the name of border security. I would ask imagine if it was your child your husband or your wife whose life was so cruelly shattered and totally broken. Every member of congress pass a Bill that ends this crisis to every citizen, call congress and tell them to finally after all of these decades, secure our border. This is a choice between right and wrong Justice and injustice, this is about whether we fulfill our sacred duty to the American citizens we serve when I took the oath of office. I swore to protect our country. And that is what I will always do. So help me God. Thank you and good night. That was President Trump. Speaking live from the Oval Office, urging citizens to call congress in support of his request for more than five billion dollars to build hundreds of miles of wall along the border. It was a speech that hit themes. We have often heard Trump speak to when he's talking about immigration, he discussed gangs and drugs and Americans killed by undocumented immigrants. We're going to have a lot of analysis and fact checking of the speech in just a couple of minutes, we're going to hear a rebuttal from house speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer. I I want to bring in NPR political correspondent Mara Mara Liasson. Who's on the line with us and Mara. What stood out to you from that speech before he went into it? You were talking about whether he would appeal to his base or a broader cross section of America. What did you hear? I heard a lot of familiar arguments. I felt like I was in the Republican convention with the litany of all the people who've been killed. Or harmed by illegal aliens? He did start out with a slightly different argument. Talking about a humanitarian crisis the cycle of human suffering. He's determined to stop right up at the top. He said that African Americans and Hispanic Americans were the hardest hit. So it sounded like he was trying to broaden his argument to people who are not just part of his hardcore base. But then it returned to form pretty fast. There weren't any new policy initiatives. In other words, he didn't offer of grand compromised Democrats to say if you fund the wall, I'll legalize the dreamers. That's the deal that he almost made with Democrats a couple of years ago. He pretty much said you have to fund this or else, we're not going to open. The government didn't mention anything about declaring a national emergency. Which of course, is the White House is kind of fall fall back last resort plan where he could do this without congress. Notably didn't rule it out either. No, he did rule it out. But he didn't talk about it at all. He said that at the request of Democrats he would concede to making the barrier steel rather than concrete is that actually a concession to. Well, what's really interesting about that is that in the last CR the president signed. There was one point six billion dollars for border security CR, continuing resolution to fund the government, and it very specifically the language of that Bill said that this money could be spent on steel fencing, but not on a concrete wall. So the White House has said, oh, they don't like concrete, but they're okay with steel. So we're going to build a steel wall. And he says at the request of Democrats what he means is they? Once agreed to steal fencing so far. I think the Democrats have been unmoved by the shift in wall material, and we're going to hear from the Democrats in just a moment. NPR's Scott detro- is here in the studio with us, and Scott what stood out to you about this speech? I think what what Mara said really the second half of the speech was where you could feel the energy come in from President Trump that was one line that jumped up to me how much more American blood must be shed before congress does its job that is the Trump campaign that is key moments of the Trump presidency in one sentence over and over again, he said we're gonna listen to the democratic rebuttal right now. Yeah. Nancy Pelosi houses directly to the American people tonight about how we can end the shutdown and meet the needs of the American people sadly much of what we heard from President Trump's throughout the central shutdown has been full of misinformation and even malice the president has chosen fear. Why start with the facts the fact is on the very first day of this congress House Democrats passed Senate Republican legislation to reopen government and fund smart effective border security solutions that the president is rejecting these bipartisan bills, which would reopen government over his obsession with fortune forcing American taxpayers to waste billions of dollars on an expensive and ineffective wall along. He always promised Mexico will pay for the fact is President Trump has chosen.
"mara mara" Discussed on Help I Sexted My Boss
"Saad have a great weekend. Take care of you loads. Grandma. I mean, there's no need to nice. She's she's she's a seventy year old woman. They should not be saying condoning violence. She said, you're lovely friend. William I'm a minority she needs. I'm a protected species in so many ways we have an issue. On Christmas day, she she likes. She drinks. Stella and strings our count. Giant guys in a glossy gum. Gosh. She goes on rate weight count. It's right. It's less while she saves washing up, and I just wish that sometimes turn cow gloss. Yes. I would agree. I drink. Onto bottles. I drank hundred buffalo when I was twelve months old following this managed. Kotla Polly anyway. So that's that's your day. She oughta does your mother charge. Your mother cooks does she does. She charge your family and relatives -solutely not hopefully, a loss of this. She was about people that charge family for the Christmas me wrong. I could not agree. I know we disagree on a lot of things. I could not agree with you more. I've heard about this people invite people over and the charge per head. Seventeen pounds fifty. I I wouldn't go out principle. No, I wouldn't. I wouldn't go out. If somebody's like. If someone invited you over mom does like that. All may be offered to bring something round. Alright. Yes. For example, with my family. I would normally do the Christmas puddings and Christmas cake that that's not what Christmas is all about. You don't charge. I really agree with that. But anyway, should go break. I'll go FRA. Nice christmas. You can't be Christmas. Not. Yes. You like down to break a sweat. All right. Welcome back. Thanks again for listening to us merry merry Christmas to you Jean divas quickly as well. Thank you for coming down. You might have heard last week's episodes live from Camden. We have a lovely time to in the live show. We did it was very nice to see everybody. And I know that there are also people that couldn't join us because they miss down from tickets or because of. Location. There is heavy talk of doing the in the new year. Why are you telling everybody this? No one's told me this. Because again, I've said this before you sleep in and you don't turn up to the goals. Thank you again to everybody that came attention to our website sex, my boss dot com, and I'll social media if you don't want to miss out, and thanks again to all the gene Dave is it came down to a live show. We really enjoyed it. I can't really junk. We were smashing the gin and abundant. Photos to two previous. How is it bit nervous before so had few loggers producer band beautiful voters, by the way by Michael Marra? There's an excellent which offer our call Michael Moore is it Mara Mara. Thanks during the fall, Michael and get in to try and get your name rice. We ended up Dona south-south, gene Davis. But we ended up on the green oaks. Well, I had to say. I was smashed. Questions. Yes. Go on today's Christmas questions and levers are all about Christmas. We know what problems come in next. So first time just like, we do we should have a will not be held responsible for the. Even save that questions. Williamson take it away. First question, please. This question is from Jess Jess do William and Jordan. I hope this finds you. Well this year, it's my brother and sister in law's turn to host Christmas. And if I'm honest, I'm absolutely dreading. It I have to small children as today. But what they do. Not have our rules on a good day that household is kale's on Christmas day. It's rapidly descends into Anneke we expect the children's eat at the table with FM while their children are allowed to run around screaming we like to give a few well thought-out gifts while their children tear rounds for a mountain of tant barely glancing at.
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"Levinson junior. He's actually director at the Piscopo church of Saint Martin's episcopal church in Houston, Texas. Filling in the final rows here of seating. You are listening to live coverage from NPR news of the state funeral for former President George Hw Bush says at the Washington National cathedral. It looks like the the members of the Bush family who aren't going to be part of the procession or are taking their seats right now. They're sitting across the aisle from the row where you have President Trump and the former presidents behind them vice President Mike Pence and former vice presidents filling in the rose. Now, another voice will be hearing giving a eulogy today. We'll be Alan Simpson is an interesting figure, Scott d'etre. I don't know if you want to talk a little bit about that relationship by former Senator from Wyoming was he he was a contemporary of President Bush served in the Senate at the time of the Bush administration one of the lawmakers Mara Mara. I think not to this already that that President Bush one of the reasons that he may have not won reelection is that he was so focused on the international stage. The domestic politics didn't quite capture as attention as much and he didn't have the greatest relationships with congress. But Simpson was one of the lawmakers who he did try to work with played a role in in some of those budget deals among other things that again the pros and cons, short-term and long-term politics. Bush paid a real price in the short term for a budget deal that involve tax increases, really alienated his conservative base. But that budget has really been pointed to is something that that. Brought down the deficit allowed Bill Clinton to have a balanced budget and help set the stage for a great economy in the nineties and set the stage for the Republican party totally transforming itself from the George H W Bush wouldn't be prudent party of fiscal responsibility to the party. They are today, which seems to have turned a blind eye to big deficits, but he did do that. And he paid a big price that was probably that. And the recession was the reason that he lost election year of his legacy after leaving office where the relationships that he built with the other presidents who we are seeing in the front row, especially Bill Clinton who he said famously beat me like drum. But then we became good friends, and they went on humanitarian missions all over the world that was extraordinarily defeated by Bill Clinton, and then teamed up with him for all sorts of good works in the ensuing years. He showed up in Houston when Barack Obama came to Houston. He was on the tarmac. A wheelchair. I he had tremendous respect for the office and all of his predecessors and President Obama was actually one of the last people to meet with him when he was alive just last week. President Obama was in Houston made a point to visit George H W Bush in the last week of his life. And at this moment walking up the center aisle is the family of George H W Bush led by former President, George W Bush, forty three seasons known even within the family on his arm, Laura Bush, whose gesturing to friends and people they know as they're walking towards their seat in the front of the Washington cathedral. You know, there were so many differences in policy between how George W Bush. The handshake handshake to the with the former with the current President, Donald Trump. George W Bush reaching to reach hands to all of this fraternity shaking hands with Bill Clinton. Also, Jimmy Carter.
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"Three one two nine eight one seventy two. Hundred back tomorrow We're very excited to to have. Him back in the studio run a. Ship right now we're talking with the Mara Mara is doing her hat in the ring for mayor of. Chicago this'll be the second time she was she brand. Back in twenty fifteen and a lot of buzz for that campaign progressive campaign progressive democrat campaign and we were. Kind of talking right before the break this idea that that progressive politics has gone from what. Once was the fringe to a little bit more mainstream there are three or four candidates that consider themselves progressive Democrats that are in this race already how do you see it that. Way to see it that that there has been a change in the. Way, that had politics play in the city. Of Chicago and that there's there there is more of a mainstream, approach to what was once considered progressive well I think it's a couple of things I think one is that it has. Definitely moved into the mainstream but, I think that's also caused it to become a thing where people want to sort of attach themselves to the identity. I can recall in the earlier especially for, years ago when I ran the first time I'm being progressive was not something that I ever pronounced. Said hey. I'm a progressive it was. Actually based upon the things that I had worked on in communities. And in government that reflected a certain. Set of values about about equity about Justice about a city that works for everyone and then it was. Well those things are progressive okay fine what we're seeing. Now is that now that the notion of being a progressive has moved into the mainstream people are wanting to. Attach themselves to that and in many instances without having a real understanding of what the policies. Behind that look like and so I always say it's going to depend on the track record of being able to see what people have done that reflect so-called progressive values and using. That as the basis to determine what's progressive and what is it now. The, mayor the incumbent and and mayors before. Him one that.
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"After. Enough time in the simulators. You can actually become competent enough to to To take an aircraft off the ground Flying company called. Fly away simulation uses the same plane the Seattle. Man stole as one of its models we. Talked to the head of the company the Skype definitely understand engines auspey tax across and say cough As for the. Daring stunts, those we talked to think it's possible but improbable. He learned those complex maneuvers even from these highly realistic simulators that was some show that guy put on I'm surprised there's not more video of it you know, there's like four? Or five different angles of? It but. If the guy's. Doing he's literally taking a commercial aircraft and. He's, doing barrel rolls. And whether they call loop-the-loop. Stephanie's, I want to sit in the. Ocean aren't you on isn't, everybody. In the, party stop drinking. Let's all video I also, thought? There'd be more out, there yeah, because you're, right. It's just such a spectacle. Yeah but I look at it nowadays. I must be a Hollywood shoot Bruce, Willis his latest movie people are just so cynical right they are. Tom Cruise you know I'm vision. Impossible thirty eight there on. It I'm not going to. Look at it I'm want to go back to. Drake and people are so consumed by their. Own lives that they don't they don't even see anything, else You know I it's, it's? Incredible yeah I don't, know if, anybody but, even. So as you say it. Was just such a show you'd think. Would have I'm sure they took it in but you're right maybe they didn't feel the need to chronicle. I wanted more video of it You know I mean there's more video of, this hippo, hippopotamus, the, LA zoo. Getting, his ass lab didn't there, is a. Guy stealing a plate in Seattle and being followed by f for f fifteen, well to be fair at the, exhibit there at. The zoo there are a lot of people. Already and they all have phones I see so they're already shooting that stuff right and we'll get to. That story in Quebec but this guy is on the FBI most wanted he slapped the ass. Of, a hippo you know what Tim I say Bravo lock. Them up lock him up knock him up yes yeah yeah exactly Do we know, the, hippos name, or. Is it what, was it always, at the Elysee. Animal, at, the, exhibit Do it is, their name on that hippo I. Think I think one is? Mara Mara there's to those ones name was Mara and I. Cannot recall the first how did that all happen did Margaret. Outta line Mara was minding her own darn business it's not like. He came home after working. Ten hours coal mine wanted a beer and she didn't have any cold ones available and so he's like that Rose Rosie. Mara and Rosie to women Mother daughter. I? Think. Mother daughter and four Fifteen and four yeah Mother daughter. I like the? Marketplace Now. Let's take a break On tuesday.
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"Presentation? Right we know about him Morning everybody brand new Kevin beat you it's Monday morning. The thirteenth of August I miss Rodney same not. That I ever saw him but I. Certainly enjoyed listening to him on k. Rauscher and we've got enough tape on him, to? Keep them alive forever So we can always use new tape yes I'm, sure he's still making his satellite radio show. But. I just I just don't hear it. Yeah Hey kids how's. Everybody Are you think everybody? Had an exciting weekend it sounds like seems like everybody. Had, stuff. Going on yeah. Sure. Alley, right now right Kevin I'm sure you saw. The dumb, shark movie I didn't. But I wanted to my mom was in town and I and I just couldn't. Talk. Her, into, it yeah Mom doesn't seem for. Me We'll come on so You, have, to? Go, see mama Mia no. I, didn't. See anything oh okay There's a lot of family stuff, had. A, much more quiet weekend. Than, usual UB going out. Right you're crazy man I did go out and we'll talk about it later I was I was involved in. That international event with, the plane being stolen from the airport. On, Friday night when you say involved you help helped him steal the plane no but I was on one of the many planes in the air that was attempting to land, at an airport that was. Closed because played and it was like I said we'll talk, about it later but when the pilot comes on and his voice is breaking He's trying to figure. Out a way to tell you what's going on, and you, look around and see what. The other passengers response, is I mean that's not ideal you know anytime there's any kind of big news bad news that first. Minute you're not sure what's going on or, how serious it is or, how it's going to affect you right you just don't know and you know in the early moments of, bad? Event on, Friday, and for folks we're talking about airport employees who stole. A plane he wasn't even a pilot and got the plane just flew off and you don't know whether it's. I mean terrorism obviously, comes to mind you don't know is? Is, his plan to to ram that right into the space needle and blow a bunch of people up they don't know what's going on it first but as you can imagine, it did cause cause quite. A problem at the the pilot didn't at least act Cole Because you, made it sound like when he started talking you could hear the stress in his voice Because he wanted to. Get, it he wanted. To make I I'm sorry I didn't, know you were talking about my pocket yeah he wanted to he wanted to be as comments possible but he. Also, had. Significant and important. Information to impart and I think he was just nervous about doing it right Gotcha, and, not panicking everybody ought you because you know there were a lot of questions at that point so, but I was sure the air long time They sure they sure road that would to the. Wheels, fell. Off and you. All right well at some point they had the land because they were getting it, was, you know we were almost in zero club I mean. They even said that they said look we gotta lead somewhere because we're almost out of fuel you know that kind of that kind of flight that kind. Of times so yeah so we'll get into all that let me tell you about this. Story that I saw this morning that. I was surprised, by a, delighted by this could almost qualify as some great news there is a, former prisoner of Guantanamo named Muhammadu old slightly and. He had been in he had already been, there. In Guantanamo this, is the you know this is, where we sent the, people that we thought were bad guys but we didn't have enough to charge. Them on. So, we just kept him in prison indefinitely right in many cases they were, innocent people, who we we've actually let go Which is really the I, think what America was. Founded on, is that kind of that kind. Of prison Justice but we did it in Cuba so all good so right so all good so he had already been there for about two years accused. Of acts of terrorism and he was one of those prisoners he ended up writing a. Book about it he was one of. Those prisoners who, really they, put through the ringer man he was beaten he was in extreme isolation, he was shackled to the floor he was one. Of those guys they put it or Strobe, lights. While being blasted, with heavy metal music he was, he was sexually throttled Sexually throttled that doesn't. Sound like fun it sounds. Like that's some sort of technique to, get you to talk but he said he never did anything never knew anything and he wasn't supposed to be there so here's where the story gets interesting. In two thousand four a national guardsmen is assigned to him in Guantanamo, Bay named, Steve would and they, hit it off as friends for nine months they spent all of their days together and. When they first met the guard said Haiti drink. Coffee, and. Tea drinker but. I'll try coffee and then they started having coffee and, then they started having tea, then they played cards with each other. And then they gossiped about interrogators they talked. About girls head they just they bonded over the movie the big lebowski which. They were both. Big fans of which is. Not not what you expect that. The story you expect to hear. Out of guano agreed so eventually he gets out of Guantanamo after fourteen. Years by. The way fourteen years On. Years never charged with an offence and went back to his home in what's the, country, in Africa Mara Mara Tano. Does that sound right, Martin Niemeyer Tanya I want to, say it is in eastern Africa, so he goes back there and he, and his guard become pen pals. And continue to stay in. Touch and the reason all of this, is in the news is the former guards when he's now retired and working working forestry in Oregon Steve would he just flew tomorrow Tania to visit his. Former prisoner and state is house and hang out with him how crazy, is that They say that they're the. Same as they are they picked up right where they left off and the prisoners said. We never believed in this war there is no. War between, Muslims and Americans there is no war between Americans. And the poor people the world there is only a war between people of a top who. Have their own. Agenda and I think? There's some, truth, to that by the way the former guard Mr.. Woods had people are people no matter what will we die doesn't matter what passport we hold he was. Happy to see his old friend again they plan to continue to stay in touch and at some point they hope that Mr. schlocky, will, be able to visit America's well I just think that's a neat human interest story I mean why don't they. Just say they're lovers Well I don't think I'm ready That. Might help some people right right like why did this dude fly all the? Way, to Africa to see you Okay it's not forbidden it's fine Love guys. Embrace it Oh. We're just good friends, we talk, about girls All right. None of that is indicated here but. It is so you're saying it's. A good. Story. It could. Be a great story. Great story. Okay all right so there. You go, all, right. Let's talk about today's cabinet. Veto Shelly stop whining it's, unattractive in a man we got great. News today like we do on Mondays we do we are going to talk about dating apps and how accurate. They, are and how much. Fun they can be We have a k. rock sticker grand prize of somebody who's going to win a private show with the guerrillas and a two thousand nine. Hundred hundred, fit and a five hundred dollar hot topic. Gift card it's a lot for one person that's, insane but the downside is beer mug, has? To come to your house all right then, you're earned midst kind. Of a kind of a wash real sore. Going to. Talk about that plane. At sea TAC the beam was just talking about in, alley met. Latin Brahima which I did over? The weekend and apparently. Was bragging. About, your time anyway. So listen. I was the high score on, my team I. Felt like that would bond us he'd. No I knew what I was. Talking about. Right. We talked. A lot about the. Yellow jackets. That was my team he's. Never met, such, an. Accomplished player before thank you. That's what I'm saying like, I wanted him to know right away. Same level same level did you give them some tips I did don't worry all right yeah that's great news Let's coming. Up this morning we'll take a? Break and we will. Come back. With, what's happening next Boy super,.
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"This is weakened edition from NPR news I'm korva Coleman. Lulu Garcia. Navarro is away last week was by almost any measure an extraordinary one for Nunes the meeting between presidents Putin and Trump and Helsinki reverberated throughout the week and particularly on Capitol Hill it was a wholesale betrayal of the values and interests of this country made us look as a nation More like a pushover I think the Russians. Need to know that there are a lot of us who fully understand what happened in two thousand sixteen And it really better. Not, happen again and twenty eight NPR's Mara Liasson is here to help us process the past week and prepare for the. Next one could morning Mara Mara the post Helsinki week was a really, wild ride filled with clarifications and walk back from the president and meanwhile Putin and. The Russians appear to be defining? The post summit narrative secretary state Mike Pompeo will go to the hill this week to talk to members of congress what will they want to. Know I think members of congress are going to want to ask, the secretary of state what happened in the meeting between, Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump they met for way over an hour privately with no one there but. Interpreters and then there was a larger bilateral meeting but the Russians say agreements were. Made and the Russians are eager to follow up on. Those agreements but there has been no readout or briefing in the United States about what happened so it's. Kind of like foreign policy in the dark something else that we heard about this week was scuttled notion that the United States Might offer up Americans in particular a former ambassador to be questioned by the Russians and of. All the amazing things last week that may have been the most amazing, this is what the president called an incredible offer in their private meeting he said. Putin said your investigators US investigators? Can come over to Russia to question the indicted GRU that's Russian military intelligence officers that the department of Justice has indicted for hacking into the. DNC and exposing their emails and Putin said you can come over, here on interrogate them but we wanna bring your former, ambassador over to Russia to interrogate him on another matter some people said that if the president had. Pushed forward with this deal it would have caused mass resignations at the State Department. Because it flies in the face of the idea of..
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"Nation of immigrants or are we not npr national political correspondent mara mara thanks a lot thank you one of the top house democrats is losing his job joe crowley lost a primary last night it's huge news for the democrats because crowley was so senior and because of who defeated him he lost to alexandria or cossio cortez previously unknown half his age promising a new generation of leadership here's john o'connor for member station wnyc in his concession speech carried on new york one the ten term congressman and chairman of the queen's democratic party said he'll still focus on helping democrats win back to house this fall because i believe that we don't we back the house we will recognize the nation crowley is the number four ranked democrat in the house who is thought potential speaker his loss sends a message to national democrats who are reluctant to endorse progressive issues like medicare for all in abolishing the federal immigration agency winner alexandria cossio cortez is twenty eight and a first time candidate who was an organizer for bernie sanders is presidential campaign she told new york on that voters respected her message despite her inexperience so clear about our values we were always mimi what we wanted to accomplish can you get that done in this congress they knew that they wanted to congresswoman congress member for those the fourteenth district covers queens and the bronx a majority of its residents are minorities cossio cortez argued did a latina woman was more representative of the district's voters think crowley who's white she criticised crowley for his reliance on political donations from wall street real estate and political action committees and she argued his role running the local party was a conflict of interest crowley has spent more than fifteen times the money that a cossio cortez spent but she won fifty eight percent of the vote the debate between the progressive and moderate wings of the democratic party has been simmering throughout the cycle cossio cortez's victory is the first major win and could encourage democrats to reconsider their positions on healthcare and other issues for npr news i'm john o'connor in new york this is npr news and this is wnyc gone richard hake stay tuned we'll have more from john o'connor on other races in the new york area that'll be later on morning edition mass transit's looking okay we do have a chance of some rain only a twenty percent chance.
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"Who got into a lot of trouble and went to prison but they're out now and they make great music continuing to make good music then we heard from for hofer show a local madison band who plays for home use which is the traditional music of northeastern brazil and with the track we heard was the market of mara mara manga excuse me mongo you i don't know if i'm pronouncing that right i actually i say track but it's a live recording from when they came into the into the station and were live on the air with me on on the horizon on a sunday afternoon so i haven't i help out why i do another show every third sunday i'm on on the horizon between three and five pm and i will be on on the horizon this upcoming sunday so that i do every three weeks global revolutions i do when i don't have to be at school on a monday summers winters spring break that kind of thing and then i also played november criminals from their album the great war and the track was the last emperor there hip hop polka band from milwaukee and for for show and november criminals are going to be playing at the boss myrie just down the down the road on east washington on saturday july the seventh and that show starts at seven and goes until ten so it's an early show for you old folks like me you don't have to stay up real late in fact you better get your act together and get there right on time because for hofer show is going to go on at seven and then swill old school punk rock will go on eight and then at nine o'clock november criminals get the last hour and i tell you they're great band they are worth checking out so that saturday july seventh at the boss metering then i found some sun hurrah gotcha music and the new releases section here at wwl so we heard grupo mono blanco from veracruz mexico and the track was l cuss cabal and then back to the theme of migration and the problems at the borders that we're having right now problems caused by the trump administration's policies that would be i we have a new release from fatoumata diawara.
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"Of looming us trade tariffs will top the agenda australia remains calm it's one of those tariffs and prime minister malcolm timbale is expected to press his country's case with macron for free trade deal with the eu macron we'll be in australia the two days with security issues such as terrorism cyberattacks and china's growing strategic influence in the pacific also in focus in sydney pulled out on bloomberg daybreak europe and a senior vatican official in australia has pleaded not guilty after being sent to trial on charges of historical sex of us cardinal george powell faces at least one criminal accusation the caught in melbourne dismissed these fifteen others against him the seventy six year old louis has called the charges untrue global news twenty four hours a day on and tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and anisimov than one hundred twenty countries i'm john guarantee this is bloomberg menace leeann thank you very much for that let's get your money's for mara mara state closer to next season's champions league this morning but it's portrait tino site to over for in the premier league to give themselves a five point cushion in the top four holders real madrid take a two one lead into the home leg of their champions league semi final with gem giant is buying munich tonight spanish club aiming to win the trophy for a third year in a boom liverpool these rule by in the other semi really promoted nottinghamshire soap of celtic crickets division one table they won by an innings and forty one runs at worcestershire some of saints money's the one hundred and eighteen one victory over yorkshire champions essex to shop and donovan's tennis comeback in glasgow has been pretty short lived the former british number twos out in the first round of the challenge of ain't after serving a year long ban for testing positive for kenyon he lost to australia's luca's meet look after winning two qualifying matches schools knees firoz patel fx jesse at suggested i n t joins us next this twins have mastered the.
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"Lot of sense because he's never started more than four games this season he's a perennial backup that's how he makes his money and they're looking again for a number three guy this is to replace that to replace sacked dice we're not talking about challenging for the the starting spot or even the number two spot but jones talked about how it made a lot more sense to bring in mccown because he fits the depth and and their offense he fits what they need for the depth chart any fit thorough offense kabir nick not so much and then why would you bring that distraction on for your thirdstringer we also know that the giants owner john mehra mara mara john mara sorry john he had talked about it earlier in the all season that colin kaepernick was one of the players that he heard about from fans who said we would boycott the team and i'm sure it wasn't a large number of fans but some fans suggesting they would boycott or they'd really take issue of the giants everbright capper nick on board so here you have to owners one in jerry jones who says this is about football i believe them again why would you pay starter money he or anything like what capper next probably expecting what he left on the table with the niners if you're going to put him in the third strings spot and if di sirte is it healthy by the time the season begins well that you're talking about a scout team qb so to owners at least have spoken out one it's about football the other thing you know this isn't something that our fans would approve of and and the.
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"That trump is that this is one of the few things that trump is the for a long time he was a protectionist against japan in the late eighties seat supposed every trade agreement america's ever reached and the this would be at least one thing that you could identify he was going to do and then he brings in peter navarro author of a book called death by china as his new the head of his new trade council so does look like wedding for protectionism but he then fall variety of reasons sit back solve at at all of enough the japanese are the main victims of his protectionism because the first thing he does it scrapped the tpp when he comes in and that looks like a prelude which is a big blow to japan which is a member of it and genres and and then that looks like a prelude for maybe further action against china xi jinping gets in there quite quickly and then at the mara mara loggers summit a as you point out clearly works his charm on trump but they then announce a very of bomb alike con of agreement that far from imposing swinging tariffs in trump spoke of tariffs of up to forty five percent on chinese goods that they're going to have a joint commission to look at problems and then a month later they come up with some announcements about well allowing american credit rating agencies to have a bit more access to china unsellable beef for farmers so it's it's it is not the dramatic change now trump is so volatile that it's it's certainly possible that he will go back to the former position i really wouldn't say a well the chinese i am free and that's it for protectionism it's it's possible that this incident which is being and for for for a long time we'll we'll come.
"mara mara" Discussed on American Fashion Podcast
"Large gesture that can be clock from far away. And then this is the thing that you don't usually get in theater or film. You you have to decide how that costume is going to sound and how the costume is gonna feel when it touches audience members because almost all of our costumes brush up against certain audience members. And so it was like I got to do movement design on like picking the fabric for Natasha's dresses. I was like she should feel like this beautiful delicate albino Ma in the middle of like, you're like, oh my God. She's gonna get picked off by some Rafter bird like really fast. But but I was like her dress should go by the audiences faces, and they should feel the softness and the soft wind of that dressed going across their face. And that. That has been my great joy working on. This show is an also the audience is gonna hear those costumes. So it's very intentional that Helaine has noisy jewelry. I you know, it's a battle with the sound designer. She used to have these amazing long earrings, and they kept hitting her, Mike. And then it was interrupting her amazing song. And so we made it she had sort of more of these like rhinestone cuff earings now. But I was like, but her bracelets we can control how far away they are from a Mike. But when their next audience member, she makes a big gesture, you have this rattling of the bracelets. And when you're in a traditional Broadway theatre that's happening in an envelope on stage, and you get the you can see the movement in the distance. But you're not that audience member. That's like oh my God. This is that like crazy lady with the loud, bracelets. It's so it's costume designs. It's like sound design. Fine, textured design detail design really giant theater design, and then Yuling design, and it really all it all has to perform. I mean, it's like performance closing because they there were practically acrobatic at times, you know, and Ardia it's really it's doing cardia in nineteenth century. The the sweat a lot. And you said you make one for the the actor in one for the under study, you only have. And will let roller layers, but I mean, those dresses a especially on our leads are there hand-beaded, they're individually patterned, there's a lot of work that goes into them are truly like a coach your dress. But they're also built knowing that they're going to be running all around and sui build in sort of sweat layers that can be washed more often. So that the outer part of the dress is a little bit more protected, and we have a great wardrobe crew that is their whole job is maintaining those costumes, but they do, you know, we do as we can start incorporating in doubles and dislike. So he could switch out. We never like have someone wear dress Welden, it changed to another outfit and then have to. Back into the sweaty thing that has kinda cooled down. But it's still damn. That that's like the big no-no. So it's like if we ever had to do that. I think that we we will make a second dress. What that those are ladies are they're they're amazing. They they're they don't sweat two months. With what was the godmother's name Mara Mara assoc- was very conservative. And she looked very like why sell inspired. Absolutely. Who is at like that was my touch point. And I think originally when I was working with the Draper that was making her costumes. He was very confused because her costumes are not particularly eighteen twelve at all. And and then I was like, you know, it's like Yves Saint Laurent the eighties nineties and he's like oh or like seventies eighties. It was it was like, you know..