35 Burst results for "March"

Biden Tapping Tax Dollars to Boost Dem Registration, Turnout

Mark Levin

01:36 min | 1 d ago

Biden Tapping Tax Dollars to Boost Dem Registration, Turnout

"Just the news Biden Tapping tax dollars to boost Democrat registration turnout or in a house GOP voting watchdog With midterm elections just around the corner congressional Republicans and election watchdogs are sending alarms that the Biden administration and left leaning nonprofits may be Tapping taxpayer dollars A tax exempt funds respectively To boost voter registration and turnout among democratic constituencies under the guise of protecting democracy You won't read this in the New York slimes or the Washington compost And you won't hear this from Jamie the red Raskin In March 2021 as we've discussed Biden issued an executive order entitled promoting access to voting Which instructed federal agencies to develop proposals to expand opportunities to register the vote and participate in the political process then submit their strategic plans to The White House domestic policy council Congressional Republicans have written letters to 12 federal agencies in both office of management and budget director shalanda young and domestic policy council director Susan Rice raising concerns about the order Federal agencies should be focused on serving the American people by fulfilling the respective missions not engaging in the Biden administration's political activities wrote 9 GOP House committee ranking members in a statement after seeing the letters to the 12 federal agencies

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Alford's late pickoff saves Falcons' 23-20 win over Browns

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 d ago

Alford's late pickoff saves Falcons' 23-20 win over Browns

"D Alfred picked off Jacoby Brissette in the final minute to preserve the falcons 23 20 victory over Cleveland Young hoku nailed a 45 yard kick with two 28 remaining for the final margin One of his three field goals The browns then marched into Atlanta territory before Alfred's interception left both teams two and two Caleb Huntley and Cordero Patterson each ran for touchdowns for Atlanta Tyler Alger had ten carries for 84 yards including a 42 yard scamper The falcon spoiled the Georgia homecoming of Nick Chubb who ran for 118 yards in a touchdown I'm Dave fairy

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 Stocks end September down 9.3%, worst month since March 2020

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 4 d ago

Stocks end September down 9.3%, worst month since March 2020

"Stocks into September down 9.3% the worst month since March 2020 I'm Norman hall Wall Street closed out a miserable September with the S&P's worst Motley sketch since March 2020 when the coronavirus pandemic crashed global markets It ended the month with the 9.3% loss and posted it third straight losing quarter It's now at its lowest level since November 2020 is down by more than a quarter since the start of the year The main reason financial markets continue to struggle as fear about a possible recession as interest rates soar with hopes of beating down the high inflation that swept the world

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Charlie Exposes Mitt Romney's Betrayal in Utah

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | 5 d ago

Charlie Exposes Mitt Romney's Betrayal in Utah

"The state of Utah. It's one of the most beautiful places in America. There's some great people in Utah. And I know the people of Utah, especially the grassroots conservatives in Utah, are very, very frustrated with what's happening. I am no fan of Mitt Romney. He's awful. Mitt Romney is a liar, Mitt Romney is a deceiver, Mitt Romney lied to Donald Trump and got Donald Trump's endorsement just because he was afraid of what would happen in a primary. If you didn't get it, and then he goes and impeaches Donald Trump, I believe twice, we get a fact check on that. I know he at least voted to remove him once. Mitt Romney marched with BLM activists, Mitt Romney is always going out of his way to pander to foreign interests, not American interest, but Romney's far more concerned about the borders of Ukraine than our own southern border. And so now Mitt Romney is focused on a subterranean campaign. Very sneaky operation in the state of Utah that all of you need to be made aware of. One of the reasons I think this is not getting as much attention is because Mike Lee is such a decent man. Mike Lee is such a good person that he's so focused on process and he always looks to everyone's better angels. Mike Lee is without a doubt one of the most polite, gentle, genuine people I have ever had the chance to spend time with. I'm honored to call him a friend. But Mike Lee has just been railroaded by this entire Mitt Romney moderate LDS establishment in Utah. There's a great article in the federalist dot com that talks about this because Mike Lee is not at risk of losing to a Democrat. He is at risk of losing to a Democrat who calls himself an independent.

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Biogen pays $900M to settle doctor kickback allegations

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last week

Biogen pays $900M to settle doctor kickback allegations

"The drone company Biogen has agreed to pay $900 million after being accused of paying kickbacks to doctors federal prosecutors say that under the terms of the settlement Biogen will pay more than $843 million to the federal government and more than 56 million to 15 states for over billing Medicare and Medicaid insurance programs Biogen says in a statement that it has settled the lawsuit so that it can focus on its patience and strategic priorities It says the settlement is not an admission of liability the lawsuit alleged that from January 2009 to March 2014 Biogen paid doctors speaking fees consulting fees and bought the meals that were actually kickbacks to get them to prescribe three multiple sclerosis drugs I'm Donna water

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Japan's former leader Abe honored at divisive state funeral

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last week

Japan's former leader Abe honored at divisive state funeral

"Japanese prime minister fumio kushida has paid tribute to his predecessor since to Abe as a man of courage and a sincere and compassionate person at the state funeral for the assassinated former leader In his eulogy kushida says history will remember Abe more for his achievements than for the duration of his period in office and that Abe would have been able to act as a compass for Japan for another two decades at least dozens of foreign dignitaries including vice president Kamala Harris and Indian prime minister Narendra Modi were among the 4300 attendees Meanwhile hundreds of people marched peacefully to state their opposition to the event some saying the legality of a state funeral was dubious I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Who's Hiding Footage of Successful Black America?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:29 min | Last week

Who's Hiding Footage of Successful Black America?

"Hiding footage of black Wall Street of successful black America? Why would people hide that footage chat that you opened your movie with? Well, it's not so much that they're hiding it, is that they're ignoring it. The mainstream media, unfortunately, a mainstream historians and our public school system. It's really comes down to what do they emphasize. They emphasize struggle. They emphasize oppression when it comes to black people because they want to communicate this narrative that we are oppressed and downstream of that being bitter downstream of that being anger or angered or enraged is the demand for policy. And so they want to push policy, socialist egalitarian esque policy is really their end goal. Stalin famously said if I can take your history, I can take your country and that's exactly what they've done with this black success that our great grandfathers and great grandmothers enjoyed. They were patriots. We found hours of footage of black southerners having 4th of July parades marching down to the street with their American flags. These were people who loved their country and they loved their God, and they loved their communities. And so if we can be blinded from that as American youth as black American youth and the story that we're constantly being told is that this country hates us, it's always hated us. That's why you're in African hyphen American. Then we can begin to usher in some kind of egalitarian policy that will make life better for all people. And

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Dazed and Confused: Joe Biden Ignores Reality

The Trish Regan Show

01:55 min | Last week

Dazed and Confused: Joe Biden Ignores Reality

"Whole clip from Scott pelley's interview on CBS News 60 minutes from Sunday Night. Mister president first Detroit Auto Show in three years. Yeah. Is the pandemic over? A pandemic is over. We still have a problem with COVID. We're still doing a lot of work on it. But the pandemic is over. If you notice, no one's wearing masks. Everybody seems to be in pretty good shape. So if everyone is in really good shape, then why are we spending so much on so many different welfare programs? There's a ton of money that got put into action back in March of 2020. And we're still feeling the effects of all that. I realized the president thinks inflation's up just an inch. Inflation rate month to month is just an inch hardly at all. You're not arguing that 8.3 is good news. No, I'm not saying it's good news, but it was 8.2 or 8.2 before. Actually, it's up over a percent from this time last year. As I predicted, by the way, it would, I said it over and over again right here on this show as far back as summer of 2020 that you couldn't have. This much fiscal and monetary policy working together and not run certain risks. Anyway, you have welfare benefits that have skyrocketed. Think about the millions of people that are still receiving food stamps because they expanded that program pretty dramatically. That was the national emergency, remember? You had a restriction or a lack of restriction, I should say, on state requirements for work, which meant more people were able to file for more benefits. States were not able to remove people, for example, from Medicaid roles, even if the people were no longer eligible for Medicaid, the prediction is that it's costing taxpayers according to a report in The Wall Street Journal about $16 billion a month.

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Why the Biden Administration Is Getting Worried About India

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:45 min | Last week

Why the Biden Administration Is Getting Worried About India

"The Biden administration is very concerned about India. Why? Because India seems to be tilting or tilted in a pretty pro Russian direction. The Indians are not marching to the Biden street band. And this is causing the Biden people a lot of discomfort. Now, obviously, India is not alone. There are many other countries that aren't marching either. But those countries are not so much of a big surprise. Iran, of course, is in the Russian orbit, China is along with Iran kind of an adversary of the United States and therefore doesn't mind making common cause with Russia, even some of the other Arab countries are kind of in the same boat. But India has been moving in a pro American direction. The Indian people. I sometimes say, and I don't mean this scientifically because I haven't seen any real evidence of this, but it seems on the ground that there's a very strong pro American sentiment in India. Now, when I probe it further, I realize that the pro American sentiment is really aimed at the America of 50 years ago. It's not aimed at the America of today. It's not as the Indians are saying, yeah, we want more LGBTQ. Oh yeah, we want our, you know, we want our kids to get pregnant out of wedlock. Oh yeah, we'd like to see the trans phenomenon come big time to India. Oh yeah, we want abortion on demand. No, the Indians want none of this.

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North Dakota Liberal Runs Over a Republican

The Officer Tatum Show

01:35 min | Last week

North Dakota Liberal Runs Over a Republican

"And we know that Joe Biden has come out and expressed himself in a very deranged way in a very divisive way to say that maggots supporters are violent mega supporters or dangers to democracy. Even though we are in a constitutional republic and just espousing these things that make people believe, especially if they're willing to fall for it to believe that anybody that support Donald Trump is somehow a maga extremist. And we don't know how the details in this situation have happened in North Dakota, but it appears that there was a confrontation between a young 18 year old man, his name was, I don't know if his Kyler, if he say Kyler or Kayla, Ellington, so kaylor ellingson, 18 years old, in a 41 year old man. I'm not going to say his name because he's a piece of work. But there is a conflict between the two of them. It seems like it was a political issue that they disagreed upon. Now one guy's in a vehicle and another guy is obviously not in a vehicle. So you can already tell how this became a very traumatic situation. And according to reports, the 18 year old boy actually called his mother and asked her for help because the 41 year old man was trying to mow him down over that political disagreement. Now, it appears that there was a march or something that had gone on, the reason why these two individuals end up being in a very similar place. However, a political disagreement should not lead to you running over and killing somebody.

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President Biden Says Pandemic Is Over

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:13 min | 2 weeks ago

President Biden Says Pandemic Is Over

"Go to what we do know at President Biden said on 60 minutes. Let's play the COVID quote general HTML. Mister president first Detroit Auto Show in three years. Yeah. Is the pandemic over? A pandemic is over. We still have a problem with COVID. We're still doing a lot of work on it. It's what the pandemic is over. If you admire it, that's kind of a bit of news. What do you think? This one Senate, the pandemic is over, has reverberated through the government is having shockwaves in the government because the U.S. government undertook all sorts of actions really the pandemic starting in March of 2020. It increased spending, it created programs. It altered programs, it did all sorts of things. It's spent hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of billions of dollars on this. The administration, by the way, is asking Congress for $22 billion more in COVID relief and their hopes of passing that just went away with Biden's declaration.

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 How to get a student loan refund if you paid during pandemic

AP News Radio

01:09 min | 2 weeks ago

How to get a student loan refund if you paid during pandemic

"People eligible for student loan forgiveness can get a refund if they kept making payments during the pandemic The refunds are not available for private student loans only eligible federal student loans including Perkins and family education loans with payments made since March 13th of 2020 You can call the federal student aid office at one 804 three three three two four three or check the student aid dot gov website and look for mind loan servicers on your dashboard Borrowers should then contact their loan servicer directly by phone not text or email Lately callers report the wait times have been shorter For some the refund will be automatic if payments put your loan balance below the maximum relief of $10,000 for all borrowers in $20,000 for pell grant recipients If you owe more than that you can still apply to get $10,000 of debt erased and what if you paid off your student loan completely during the pandemic you can still request a refund prior to applying for debt relief according to the Department of Education When you ask for the refund the amount that you pay during the payment freeze will be added back to your student loan balance It's eligible for debt relief after you apply for forgiveness assuming you made below $125,000 Applications

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What Binds You to Your Past?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

04:58 min | 2 weeks ago

What Binds You to Your Past?

"If you have another definition for taking me, I would like to hear that too. It is literally the definition of divisive. The left is inclusive if you're a leftist. The only inclusion on the left is fellow leftists. Though you watch the queen's funeral and what bonds one Brit to another, the royal family. What bonds them or bind them because either is usable verb here through their past. To think of how many generations it goes, the hereditary nature of the royalty in Britain. Let me defend that. People don't like that. Oh, you're born a king. You're born a queen. You're born to prince. You're born a princess. Well, you know what it does? It avoids corruption. That doesn't mean that no any individual member of the royal family can not be corrupt. Of course, humans are humans, whether they're royalty or not. But there's no you can't, there's no buying a seat as it were in the royalty. You're born it. And that avoids all the intrigue of who will be king or queen. And the like. Obviously you can't have that for other positions in life. You have to elect prime ministers and presidents. Of course. But there is a case to be made for just being born into the position. When a prager 7 7 6, I deeply deeply lament the death of ritual in American life. July 4th was such a big deal for most Americans. Throughout most of our history. The marches in parades, the bands, the music, and of course the fireworks, so much took place on July 4th. Up to July 4th has gradually become a day for hot dogs and beer. And that's pretty much it. In fact, July 4th has been demoted. It's no longer the date of the founding of the United States of America. The date is 1619 to the left. Not a celebrate the founding of America for the left is a disgrace. Amazing. Just the words will I say them. They're jolting. The founding of America is a disgrace for the wife. The finest country ever made in history is a disgrace. With these foolish people, and that's what your kids are taught at any given college. In the United States of America and increasingly high schools and elementary schools. And if you don't teach that America was founded in 1619, your censoring the teacher. Was I see the queen's funeral. These have the thoughts that come to mind. The last funeral of a monarch. What was it? 19, I guess the 1950s. In astonishingly long reign. I don't know if the woman made a single public error. She, she had a trait that I love in people. I love it. Dignity. It was always a sense of dignity around her. And that's a burden. Let me tell you something. To know that every time you are in public, you are being assessed, every gesture, whatever you wear, how you behave what you say, and yet she was not perceived as a nothing. She was a substantial woman. And she loved her country. We need ritual, my Friends. You don't have good ritual. You'll have bad ritual.

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China's consumer, factory activity improve but still weak

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 weeks ago

China's consumer, factory activity improve but still weak

"China's consumer spending and output showed improvement in August but are still weak because of continuous coronavirus restrictions analysts have warned the world's second largest economy is taking a hit from repeated shutdowns of cities to fight virus outbreaks economists say this year's Chinese economic growth might come in below 3% less than half of last year's 8.1% the ruling Communist Party has stopped talking about being able to meet its 5.5% target China's rebound from the pandemic has been disrupted by coronavirus restrictions antivirus measures saw industrial centers such as Shanghai shut down as the virus picked up pace from March this year a report from investment bank ING says China's economy remains at risk from future lockdowns I'm Karen Chammas

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'Fallout' Author John Solomon Unpacks the Durham Probe

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:10 min | 2 weeks ago

'Fallout' Author John Solomon Unpacks the Durham Probe

"We have a massive story this week that hasn't been given the requisite coverage anywhere really. But the man who knows the most is the author of the seminal work fallout nuclear bribes Russian spies and the Washington lies that enrich the Clinton and Biden dynasties. He's one of the few real investigative journalists out there. He's the founder, the editor in chief of Justin news dot com. Welcome back to America first. John Solomon. Yes, good to be with you, Sam. So I just want to retread this issue because it is such a massive blockbuster in the message or to just rely upon my explication you've been covering this for 5 years now. Why is the Durham filing or the unsealing regarding Igor danchenko the Russian national who is working at the brookings institution just down the road? Why is it such a big deal? And why does it point the finger to corruption at the FBI, John? Yeah, that's an inch shows bad faith by the FBI. Let's just think about the facts that are now in evidence. The FBI knew starting in the fall of 2008 that Igor danchenko had ties to Russian intelligence agencies. They also knew he had tried to make offers of cash payments to incoming Obama administration officials to pay them cash if they would leak him secret. So he had all the hallmarks of spying of classified secret stealing. They dropped the investigation on him mistakenly thinking he had left the United States when he stayed here. That suggests the level of incompetence by the FBI. But then in 2017, when they find out he is the primary source for Christopher Steele's now completely discredited. And by the way, by the time they started to interview him in early 17, they already knew the dossier was discredited. He lies to them. He lies, I've never had contact with the Russian intelligence services. We know you're lying, okay, all right, I'm lying. And then literally that's how the conversation goes. And then he disowns most of the things that are attributed to him in the dossier. After all that happened. After all of that knowledge, the FBI decides in March of 2017 to hire him as a confidential informant to continue to pursue Russia collusion allegations against Donald Trump.

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Queen's 8 grandchildren hold silent vigil beside her coffin

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 weeks ago

Queen's 8 grandchildren hold silent vigil beside her coffin

"All 8 of Queen Elizabeth II's grandchildren have stood in silent vigil beside her coffin The crowds cheered as a motorcade carrying the queen's 8 grandchildren arrive at Westminster hall They marched in procession into the hall led by Prince William and prince Harry in military uniform A queen's guard banged a sword three times on the ground before the 8 royals stepped up on the platform where the queen's coffin lay they stood in silence by the monarch's coffin lying in state draped in her royal standard and capped with a diamond studded crown Karen chas London

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It's tapped: Germany's Oktoberfest opens after 2-year hiatus

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 2 weeks ago

It's tapped: Germany's Oktoberfest opens after 2-year hiatus

"The beer is flowing at Munich's world famous October fest for the first time since 2019 Excited crowds rushed through the Gates of the world famous beer festival many of them running towards the massive beer tents With the traditional three knots of a hammer and a cry of ossat is its tat Munich's mayor declared the festival open fans marched into the hofbrau tent setting the mood as crowds had been waiting since 2019 to revisit the huge drinking party Jackson and American tourists from Oregon said he was excited to be there on the first day of the 17 day festival I'm looking forward to drinking beer and seeing German culture The October fest has typically drawn about 6 million visitors every year to pack festival grounds in the various capital The events did not take place in 2020 and 2021 because of the COVID-19 pandemic I'm Karen Chammas

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In this week's religion roundup, pastors offer a mixed response to Republican transports of migrants to Democratic-run juridictions, while a faith-led group seeks missing migrants in the US-Mexico desert. And Pope Francis calls for peace in Ukraine.

AP News Radio

02:04 min | 2 weeks ago

In this week's religion roundup, pastors offer a mixed response to Republican transports of migrants to Democratic-run juridictions, while a faith-led group seeks missing migrants in the US-Mexico desert. And Pope Francis calls for peace in Ukraine.

"In this week's religion roundup pastors offer mixed responses to Republican transports of migrants to democratic run jurisdictions while a faith led group seeks missing migrants in the U.S. Mexico desert And Pope Francis calls for peace in Ukraine Is it cruel or harmless As Republican governors ramp up their transports of migrants to democratic run jurisdictions the practice is getting mixed reactions from Christian leaders Some depict the actions as inhumanely exploiting vulnerable people for political lands Others say it's a harmless way of calling attention to immigration's impact on states near the border Domingo Garcia president of the league of united Latin American citizens says the transports are unchristian Jesus would be very ashamed of these two governors If he saw how they were treating refugees since Jesus and his family were refugees once And it's against what we're taught in the Bible and what we're taught is American history about what that Statue of Liberty stands for and what Christian charity is about One pastor says quote government officials who refuse to fulfill their biblical responsibility to protect our borders should be made to feel the effects of their lawless policies Another countered that you shouldn't be loading people up and treating them as political groups Meanwhile this summer has been especially lethal for migrants crossing the U.S. Mexico border illegally In Arizona migrants who get sick or injured while walking dozens of miles across essentially uninhabited desert are often abandoned by their smugglers But one Pentecostal pastor in Tucson and his small group of volunteers is trying to bring comfort to missing migrants families by going on grueling desert hikes to find traces of their relatives He has received more than 400 calls from distress family since March alone and found the remains of dozens since last year Pope Francis has begged for an end to what he calls Russia's senseless and tragic war in Ukraine as he arrived in the former Soviet republic of Kazakhstan He participated in a government sponsored interface meeting during his three day trip I'm Walter ratliff

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"march" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:36 min | 7 months ago

"march" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Back to March of that year, Russia sent 13 jets and according to the newspaper, out of the a 104 people listed who were in those jets, only 28 of them adopted. So there's a big question mark over who the rest of those personnel well were and what they were getting up to in Italy. There's a suggestion that Russia basically had a lot of access to medical data, et cetera and so again, we don't know exactly, but the threat is that possibly Russia has a whole lot of information from Italy's sort of medical system that could make Italy vulnerable. There's also a suggestion that perhaps Russia was hoping that by giving this aid back in 2020, it would expect Italy to at least be nicer or roll over possibly now given the sanctions that are being brought by the EU against Russia. Ed stocker, thank you so much for joining us. On the globalist U.S. monocle 24. 7.

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"march" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

07:20 min | 7 months ago

"march" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Knows it's good mayors from his planning nightmares. You're back with the briefing on monocle 24 16 minutes past the hour here in London two Peru now where the country's top constitutional court has ruled that former president Alberto Fujimori can be freed from prison Fujimori had been sentenced to serve through until 2032 for human rights violations. Well, we're joined now for more on this by an Italian perea, Professor of Latin American history at the university of Kent good afternoon. At Natalia, just tell us, I mean, had this been a telegraph tool where people suspecting this might happen. It's a good ten years sooner than was planned. Well, I mean, this is an ongoing issue that has that comes up creeps up on and off and many occasions. There was a big issue in 2017 when former president gave the humanitarian pardon presidential pardon just Christmas Eve and there was such protests. There was so much reaction the Supreme Court ruled that the pardon had been given illegally. So it was taken away and he was fortunate when he was returned to prison, but now it's the constitutional tribunal that has decided with three votes against three votes for and the tie breaking vote from the president to finally provide him with the habeas corpus, which means that the previous sentence should be sustained and that the pardon should be allowed. Now this crept up as a surprise, there was no one really talking about it. It was not on the raider. There's been a lot of discussion on whether current total president Garcia should be impeached or ousted by the parliament. There's a lot riding on this right now. Well, yeah, and I guess one of the reasons why there's such high stakes is because Fujimori is such a divisive figure in Peru. Can you just remind us why there is this polarity around him? Because of course he is still lauded very popular indeed in some quarters, perceived as, you know, defeating The Shining path movement, but then others are quite understandably point to these human rights violations. Very detailed the charges of which he was actually convicted, pretty grim stuff. I guess that's why he divides opinion, right? The only political movement that actually exists in Peru is the anti Fujimori movement. It brings together people that are appalled by the human rights abuses and who consider that the sentence given in 2009 for 25 years in prison. Should be upheld and that there is no reason and no possibility for there to be a pardon for human rights abuses. And those who believe that he destroyed democracy in Peru, those who believe that the changes he did to the economy are problematic. So it brings together the antifa Jimenez has a very large group of people that are not necessarily bothered by the same things that he did. On the other side, there's still those who defend for him already say that maybe one in 5 peruvians still consider a Fujimori's legacy as something positive however in the last three elections in the last 15 years there have been pretty much a referendum over for him for him on his daughter, Geico Fujimori has never managed to gain the presidency because of the strength of those feeling that her father is very problematic. And just tell me, what kind of influences he likely to have given that backdrop then on the contemporary political scene you mentioned his daughter obviously who was defeated in that presidential election she had vowed of course to acquit or to release him certainly if she had one. We likely to see him reappearing or trying to redevelop any kind of public profile. He's in what is sort of late 80s now, but you know, we know that former leaders like him often find it very difficult to sort of step out of the limelight. Well, he's 84, and the argument for his part and has been his health. So when he was briefly out of prison between Lake December 2017 to March 2018 because that was the time that the previous process happened. This is not the first time that he has been allowed to leave prison. And we must also mention that he is in a private prison, a golden prison. So it's not like he's suffering terribly. There's a lot of discussion because the current government has been saying that he should go back to just a regular prison. And there was a lot of nervousness around this. Whether he could actually create or recreate or bring back the power of his political party that is still to be debated, but he remained such a divisive figure that it is going to be a thorn on the side of the president. There is talk that he could annul the sentence by the constitutional tribunal, and it will be just another destabilization this stabilizing issue that brings the confrontation of powers between the constitutional tribunal that will decide if Congress were to impeach him if that should be upheld and between the president and parliament where the giggles of him and Alberto fuck him or his followers still have an important presence. Well, yeah, and perhaps just finally how mindful do you think that a Peru will be of how this is perceived internationally because obviously one of the other aspects is how it looks, not just an ENA but around the world. Could there be even any question of other, I don't know, courts of law international criminal courts being sought to kind of have their say on the matter. Do you think peruvians or the government are concerned about how this will play out when it's viewed from its neighbors and more further afield? Well, very much so in the international court of human rights, the inter American court of human rights is definitely going to have a say. They already rejected the legality of the previous partner, which is this habeas corpus is based on that part of 2007. It's kind of a rerun of what happened back then. So we still have to see the international repercussions of this. Of course, all the human rights abuses that happened in Latin America in this period are interlinked legally. There's legal president about Amnesty's and pardons and bringing people to justice. So this is not an issue that concerns solely the Peruvian people. Natalia, thank you very much. For making sense of that for us, intriguing stuff, that was Natalia sub revere, Professor of Latin American history at the university of Kent, you're listening to the briefing here on monocle 24. Finally, on today's program, it's time for Andrew Muller's weekly a typical look at some of the stranger news stories..

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"march" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

Gadget Lab Podcast

07:57 min | 7 months ago

"march" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

"To gadget lab every week might remember that a few weeks ago, we unpacked the Joe Rogan Spotify controversy, and as part of that our writer Kate nibs said that she was going to quit Spotify and just port her whole life over to Apple music. Kate is now back with an update. Kate, give us your update slash recommendations slash pearls of wisdom. So I really tried to become an Apple music gal. I lasted until today and then I broke down and I unsubscribed to Apple and I re subscribe to Spotify and I will tell you why. It is because Spotify is better in every way that matters to me. I know that people who are like real audio files and care a lot about the quality of the recordings like Apple music because it has like a more refined sound or something but I really I am not that refined so I don't really care what I missed, I missed very much was the discovery features that Spotify has. I realized how much I rely on Spotify's song recommendations when I didn't have it anymore. I felt like I wasn't discovering any new music. Yeah, I mean, I still am not a huge fan of Joe Rogan, but it's not close to us. I couldn't do it. I was like, okay, I miss my dear sweet Spotify. Give me back my disco. And when you logged back in or reinstated your account, were all of your old playlists there? Yes, and I was so happy. Yeah, so honestly, if you're like me and you rely on Spotify's devious algorithms to learn about music, I would not recommend switching away from it because it is at least I haven't tried title in years and I don't know about the other players, but it's just better than Apple music, like Apple music kind of sucked, to be honest. For the recommendation stuff and what about like did it have release radar or like for you or here's what your friends are listening to or anything like that? It didn't have here's what your friends are listening to, it did have release radars, but it just wasn't as good and that might have been because I was new to Apple music so it hadn't had a chance to learn what kind of listener I was. So maybe that was on me not giving it long enough chance but it was just it was just inferior to Spotify. I felt in every way like unless you're like a huge Zane Lowe fan and like must listen to the beats. I always just imagine that Apple Apple music's recommendations are Zane Lowe popping your ear being like, would you like to listen to more Elton John? Yes. So I also sometimes I like to share what I'm listening to with my Instagram community and like Spotify just makes it a lot easier to share the music that you are listening to. My mom was asking me for recommendations. I would normally just like drop them over to her. I don't know. This might be partly because I'm just not very smart, but I found Spotify much easier to use. So I'm back. No, the app is very unintuitive. I will say. They should consider a redesign. I think that's probably also the condition like your condition, your brain is conditioned to operate Spotify, maybe. And so it's like a lot easier for me. That's why I can't do Apple music, it's because I just automatically know where to go and what I'm looking for on Spotify. And when I sit there on Apple music, it's like, I have to stare at it for a while and really try and figure out what am I looking for? Where is it? So yeah, no, I think it's the unintuitive mess of the app as well. Really great while you're operating a moving vehicle too. And also, let's not forget Kate, you are very smart. Reader, she is very smart. Yeah, and I realized too that I listened to music when I'm driving when I'm dancing around with my baby or when I'm running and all of those circumstances I don't want to be like staring at my phone trying to figure out how to use my streaming service. Okay, do I have a solution for you? For $300, you can get an Apple computer on your wrist that makes it so much more intuitive to control all of your music while you're in the shower, holding your baby, grocery shopping, I'm just kidding. That would probably be apple's answer. So Kate, thank you. Thank you for this critical update. Please stick around because I would like for you to have the opportunity to comment on or roast other people's recommendations this week. Brenda, as our other guest of honor this week, what's your recommendation? Well, because I only watch TV and listen to podcasts in my free time. I am recommending love is blind season two. It took me a very long time to finally give in to watching season two because I was very loyal to season one and I think Netflix sometimes has this habit of renewing shows that were really good season one and then it just like the circle. I don't know if any of you watched the circle, but haven't watched it since season one was obsessed. Love is blind, felt the same way. But this cast is like, they surpassed season one. They're just a lot more chaotic and insane in such a great way. Some of them, if you want, you'll see. But yes, love is buying season two, you can binge watch it. It's just a great universe to escape into. Brenda, for someone like maybe me, who is unaware of love is blind and the premise, can you briefly tell us what the show is? Yes, so at its core, it is a dating show where people can't see each other while they are dating. Do they blind to the contestants? So they sit in these things called pods, and there is a wall between them. And what I assume is a speaker and a microphone for them to hear each other, even though the wall is very thin. But they're basically just talking to each other through a wall. I know that sounds absolutely insane, but the experiment is basically like is love blind. Can you fall in love with somebody before seeing them? So they go on dates with all these different people. And then they can propose and then it's only after they propose and the other person accepts that they can then see each other so they have like this little meet up where you can literally watch them react to how the other person looks. And how they feel around each other and then they go on a honeymoon and then the honeymoon is actually before the wedding, so they go on a little honeymoon. Which is the first time they're spending time together. And then they have to live together, and then there's the wedding where one person, the other person can say no to them at the altar. Oh my God. Yes. It's a wild ride. I will say though, my brother who absolutely despises these types of shows was home for the weekend for my dad's birthday and I was binge watching. He was mad at me when I watched ahead of him because he suddenly got sucked into it. So even if you think you might hate it, please just give it a chance. It's a great show. Okay. Mike, what's your recommendation? I am going to recommend a story that is up this week on wire.

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"march" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

Gadget Lab Podcast

05:43 min | 7 months ago

"march" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

"What it's doing, pausing product sales. They said that they were pausing all product sales in limiting the functionality of some of its services in Russia in response to the invasion of Ukraine. They indicated their deeply concerned about that. And they wanted to show support for the Ukrainian people. So that means iPhones and other Apple products are currently not being sold through their third party retail channels in Russia. Apple doesn't have Apple stores in Russia, but through other sales channels, those have been stopped. Apple Pay and other services have been limited. And that is something that Apple may not have the largest market share when it comes to smartphones in Russia, I think Android smartphones handily beat Apple in that regards. But Apple still has status and it has impact and it is one of the largest and most influential tech companies in the world. And so when a company like apple makes that kind of decision, I think, well, there are news headlines about it, right, which we're certainly a part of too. So yeah, I think that that maybe was the way that Apple decided to signal its support for the people of Ukraine and ultimately made the choice not to make the remarks during the event itself. About the event though, I mean, we're going on two years now of these kinds of virtual events and we're trying to sort of reassess where they fit into this world of new tech products and art tech journalism. How are you feeling right now about these kinds of pre recorded hour long trailers essentially? I mean, as from a writer's perspective, I miss the breaks where people would clap and cheer because that would help me catch up on some details that I miss. There's that, but I also very much feel like they are super rushed at this point and there's just no personality to them. I think we're starting to focus more on the production quality because I know that's something a lot of people point out is, wow, these are produced so well and they look like very cinematic and movie esque and I miss when these tech events just felt more personal and personable, I should say. I completely agree. You also get to your initial reaction to a product on a screen and press images is very different to what you're going to see in person, which is something that I've noticed has been happening since the pandemic has all be excited about something or I'll see something in a press image and then it'll be shipped to me and I'll open it up and I'm like this doesn't look exactly the same or this isn't what I thought it was so yeah this is that for sure. At this point is Apple ever going to go back to in person events, I mean they have this tightly controlled hour. It's exactly an hour. It's like a slick infomercial. It is so fully controlled. You know, to go back to like the sort of anything can happen atmosphere of a live event to actually have like other humans coming in and touching your beautiful products in a way that's slightly less controlled. Are they ever going to go back to that or is this just going to be every Apple event is just an hour long infomercial from now until the end of time? I think they will. Just my opinion, not based on any kind of inside knowledge. I think that ultimately they will do certain events in person. But you're right, Mike, I haven't necessarily been hurt by these virtual press events. The iPhone 13 and 13 pro sold like hotcakes last year. So that was presented entirely online. I think maybe what's worth considering and I may just borrow this from our editor in chief, Gideon lichfield, who was written about this recently, is that there's no straightforward good or bad here. All of these things are incredibly nuanced and it's not a clear binary. I don't know if it's necessarily bad that Apple didn't make a remark about Ukraine during its iPhone SE presentation the other day, right? Would that have made any kind of difference in the world unlikely? Would it have been a nice acknowledgment? Sure. But the event was for iPhones. And it's also difficult to assess whether even having the event is a good or bad thing because these tech companies ship products in some cases like clockwork every year, right? It's part of their strategy. And phones themselves are not necessarily good nor bad they may be both they may be neither right now, phones are a critical tool for all of us to get information to use maps to basically figure out find our way around the world. And for some people, that's more critical tool than others right now. So yeah, I mean, it wasn't the most exciting event. And sure, it's disappointing that Apple didn't say something about Ukraine, but also maybe we shouldn't be looking to these private tech companies soon. Necessarily be our moral compass or guides during these situations anyway. Yeah, should we talk about the phones themselves? I mean, there's like, I'm still hearing that like 80% of my Twitter response is saying, yes, yes, tell us about the new products and I'm wondering if maybe we should maybe we should get to those. That sounds like a good idea. All right, let's take a quick break and when we come back, we're going to talk more about this week's Apple event. Hi, everyone. If you're a big fan of our show, then there's another show that you have to know about. It's a podcast from our Friends over at pushkin called what's your problem? Every week, the former planet money host Jacob Goldstein talks to entrepreneurs, executives,.

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"march" Discussed on Bosnia and Herzegovina:  The Quest for Change

Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Quest for Change

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"march" Discussed on Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Quest for Change

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"march" Discussed on Bosnia and Herzegovina:  The Quest for Change

Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Quest for Change

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"march" Discussed on Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Quest for Change

"I read two saturdays up for the ten th anniversary of joseph of those events that accumulates that era own around joins alive. Never before i had this feeling of hopelessness says i see fewer of you people. That's the piece merge high c country where people denied Aside despite international courts court's decision that it was a genocide and the punishment given the those who instigate. We see more and more of those just denying happen. You see signs of patients shouts you to those villages.

"march" Discussed on Bosnia and Herzegovina:  The Quest for Change

Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Quest for Change

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"march" Discussed on Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Quest for Change

"Drinking and we sent have placed for us. Look at all these people already. When the shower she gave us the room we were. We go outside to sit with outside relaxed. Luek the chairs table cloud a lot of people. We sat outside wherever they keep bringing a. It doesn't matter if they know those people they know those laboring food out by evening for you inside. We set it up inside.

"march" Discussed on Bosnia and Herzegovina:  The Quest for Change

Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Quest for Change

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"march" Discussed on Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Quest for Change

"Old path. You buy those. It wasn't rate. It wasn't raining rained that much that they afford to make it really ugly money throughout but just place what it was but leaving through that so this is the second time new would cling to go through in. Somehow you may hit any case you've done with those seven hills knowing. Actually somebody said you know this is number nine. Was there it up two that features. Go up okay. Cleaned up can be too much. Because i remember the biggest thing in health well the night hills crossing the cree ties. We started going off him. I remember i did not deliver that blah state just straight up but it was a straight up. The second day that there's nothing will into this weather was bad it was overcast. Didn't rain sometime sunday. Show perfect with that. St a coin which. I remember the wants to wait. Nothing flat just custody in in up option three days so this may exhausted. They won because of the heat. In order of seconds. Women of cloudy with this. This was just how bill. I remember being so tied in the night go. Maybe it's my showing in blend over Never do any reparation for these things saith for meetings in the office you go ninety for a limited thing. When they're not here everybody talking about young people middle-age middlemen with everybody complain about how hard one person said it is. eleven on. He said this day etienne is by far the hardest. i don't know what it woah. Because the lost twenty nineteen. It was money it was raining. Had to be the same thing unless they changed. So i remember being as being this art. The the the group was so scratched because everybody was able to remove a stats. We didn't even make it to be with me. Group is they entered the game. I guess they said they At six we were there at seven perhaps fed minutes before that but people were just giving up or often l. Looking for a car to take down it was really hard that everybody else said and it makes it special that it to heart but to this day i do. Why wasn't that are two years. Why is it so hard forever. What was it about is. The weather was perfect entered of public. Everybody's already waiting around finding the place spend the night lee. Enter the memorial center cemetery. Still eight hours back then. Wrench look for power backpacks founder. The army camps. We go there half an hour to retrieve the backpack I remember the name of the committed. Likely is that the guards would let us seem they love check the truck but then i would rather the truck somebody. The guard of somebody else to check with commends finding commander in our back and forth. There is a soldier bringing back to us that we have to find a house where we stayed at nights and it was interesting. I was very close to the mid murray said love far away from the argument. We go there. We found the person the owner of the house. We see People in the in the court they're eating.

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"march" Discussed on Bosnia and Herzegovina:  The Quest for Change

Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Quest for Change

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"march" Discussed on Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Quest for Change

"Sunny conditions simply because it was easier to agree even though the mud really difficult. That night arrived in kim They made some arrangements for us to live to being in the house. It was not the same house. As the previous two times the lady who couldn't remember have a dementia. Apparently her condition got so tough that she had to move to To stay with her kids so we stayed with another gentleman his family. He has his own transportation. Trucking business was him and his wife and his daughter about couple of months. Maybe a mile away from them. The main cannes filth retired the first day about Team people had to be taken on the actually. They probably might moving breathing. Whatever ended up in the us for medical help and then probably take down because they couldn't preceded seconds in. You wanna go and go to bed. You feel so tired. You feel argued can conveniently. Will you feel like there is no way you can walk to work up at six seven thirty you start. They tell you that the the military the army was with us without any trucks. War supplying water is licensed. So there's one truck that takes the backpacks of people so they they don't have to carry them of course. Everybody has another swollen backpack with some food and towels water bottles. Whatever of course we They said some thirty. We got their seven thirty. Five truck was gone long before that. So the gentleman who was where we saved the who is the host The night before where. We slaps Took our backpacks. Should the next kim where we were staying because they wasn't that far away with the car said it was so second day was interesting was Cool with occasional rain. The second one they told us is that was before has the simplest thing klein. Of course colder you d. r. c. h. h of. But because it wasn't money wasn't that hard. nfl okay. it's it's hard as you're doing buddy wasn't too hot to wasn't sunny. Overcast occasional rain and closer to the end after he passed the the biggest mountain top in the walking. Most of the time downhill really hard. We have to look from colored and it was funny right again six or so when to the house where we stayed a loss time. Well there were three of us and other person from platform for ferguson. So walks at the rate nice interesting conversation with the person who was there who actually said it lost time. We talked about the one who Was this cow for the group of people who are going through the death march and the heels clean three times. Take three groups to that have since then inev- into the peace march. She said. I just can't the next day again. We this this house so again is away from the main camp. Half a mile remodels. We go there to find out the same situation. The truck going. It's hard to move because everybody's packing their of kids. A lot of people in the condemned. The roads cars can move fast. We miss the truck again when to the rv that so what can we do. Now can any of you take to the truck Once willing to give it to me. I'll take arabs as they. Will you take it to put the card in other the truck. I'll take care to be on. The all parisian could trust me trust anybody. Bosnia-herzegovina through cable. Tries to era are is started so this day the third day normally is the easiest though the but in twenty twenty they open one section of the third day. That was the original session because of the minds. they couldn't actually use it for the peace. More be may land lives.

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"march" Discussed on Trainer Talk - The Podcast

Trainer Talk - The Podcast

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"march" Discussed on Trainer Talk - The Podcast

"Remains is now very light when you wake morning now. Isn't it well the last time away way so you know i have to define the first time i wake up in the morning. Yeah a good. If i'm in a decision making. That really isn't a by the way the we can shift in media last really Well you'll have to tell him he won't get his message from the nhl anyway. I way talk about the minds topic. 'cause i this is one that affects everybody. Actually whether you like you have no choice. It has to have affected you in some way shape or form so explain what which i know you know covet of we slay this thing that we've been living with Almost gave up. Stand verse and actually something. In by this morning actually ags of newark was going to really enjoy this thing about my diamond. Yes yes look back. The same. And i was really interested to as we're coming in tomorrow because we sleep. Everything was happening. Yes so we're so. Yesterday was hilarious. Because i looked at so the eighth of us today on the eighth of march last year was a sunday. And i not my dau- one of the things. I wrote my dairy the funniest thing. I went to donell to get back to good betting. How these massive. Because that was the first time ever been to phnom once and it was like huge ak- i used to go to worcester so when i remember guy the i'm just being nice quite and that was the last time that i really went in a Really didn't have any inkling of what was about to happen until later. On in the way thursday the twelfth of mall yet corona virus getting out of hand have to keep perspective and stop panicking and then also let's. That must've been early in the day and the late monday twelfth of march during in evening i wrote really felt like he was a tipping point. Stay on the world issue. Think down ryan's tennessee's ended. The college has closed down. While and that was the twelfth football and then friday the thirteenth thirteen friday thirteenth certainly is the world feels like it shooting down. What can i control as stein positively berries. Okay normal have national wobble. Michael neale size thoughts. Come and go Time now thinking how i can support china's will members so you know it's been a year. It's been a year since all this happened. And what year is so many of those businesses in life. And i just thought it would be. Maybe a little chance about wars changed in the last year. What has has anything changed. Are we just going approaching businesses in the same way of or have you made some changes in your business. I was affected you. Yes but you gina goodness me that's That's a short question with long answer. Isn't it into a. Yes just told yourself so that. I won't listen 'cause the biggest. I'll listen to this ago after. Go say what it looks like now. Four minutes in folks. That's way you want to fuss will be to see shower. Did the the sun avoidance twist.

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"march" Discussed on Labor Relations Information System

Labor Relations Information System

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"march" Discussed on Labor Relations Information System

"And the court says well you haven't proved that and maybe can trial but you haven't proved it yet because as far as we see from the record that was no media coverage of muslims comment. It doesn't appear anybody other than the anonymous tips. Tipster one of moser's facebook friends Even saw the facebook common mos of toxic facebook comment down within a couple of months and nobody would have known that moser was a swat sniper from looking at his facebook patient and one would have had any idea. So you know you you may be able to show disruption. Metro says the court which can have to do it when you go back down and have a trial and then metro has one more one. Last argument metro said look. We're going to face civil liability because of moser's comments. How metro says that have moser. Should someone in the future. The shooting will lead to a lawsuit that moser's deleted facebook. Comment would somehow be discovered and that the trial judge would admit that comment in evidence and then that the jury would rely on the facebook comment to find metro liable support. The with that wasn't impressed. One sentence quote metro has cited no case in which such a long chain of speculative inferences tipped the balancing test in the government's favor and so the courts sends the case back down to trial Interesting opinion No one should take this as any licensed to post anything. You want on social media. Please we are seeing public safety. Employees firefighters corrections officers. Police officers lose their jobs every week for things. They have published on social media. We can't seem to get his message across. So the fact that we have one court opinion that sends the case back down for trial on the merits that may be won or lost by the officer in question. No-one should take a great deal of heart about that. But it's still a pretty interesting case. What would that. That's the end of the march. Twenty twenty one edition of first thursday. Thank you for joining me. I hope you you're back with us. In april with a new edition of first thursday. And we certainly hope to see you in person at one of these seminars. We're going to be doing all of them This year will be the luxury except we're going to have one in nashville later in the year. Check ellerey dot com for our schedule. Certainly hope to see you at one of those seminars and in And hopefully social distancing is his enough thing of the past that we can actually gather and have a conversation. I hope with that. This is will ageism signing off..

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"march" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

08:37 min | 1 year ago

"march" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"What'd you think of this. I'm so excited for this man. Frank grillo is one of the great underrated action stars. You know he would be if i was still working at blockbuster video and that b-movie section right but i kind of like frank grillo a lot and i saw this and i'm like man. This is a perfect vehicle. No pun intended for frank. Grillo and joe carnahan like you said has made some really fun action stuff so The first one. And i usually don't do this but i did want to reference an earlier frank franco movie because i think people might not have seen it. We'll man on net flicks is great and i'm pretty sure i saw that when it came out. Yeah it's kind of like frank grillo drive or something like that but it has a lot of big action like this one does and if we're going to also talk about Action in time loops. We gotta go to a different. Doug lime in movie not chaos walking but edge of tomorrow a movie that wasn't appreciated in. It's time but now seems to have developed quite a following. Yeah i should actually to go back to chaos walking. I should say let's give doug lyman the benefit of the doubt in all cases because that movie is so fucking good and he's got at least like three home runs in his career between that swingers and the bourne identity which of course which when the identity came out wasn't a big hit either became a huge hit on home video and everything that is considering how many people love that movie but yeah great pieces. I'll go with another Action loop movie looper ryan johnson. And because you know like you said with editor tomorrow and looper those are really the only action based one of these loop movies that i was able to think of. I mean it's so it's been they've been doing it so much especially lately but usually it's either comedy or or like weird you know. Mystery sci fi or horror but But not with action and so i. It's it's cool to see that And then also. I thought of dead pool because there seems to be a lot of like very like self-referential maybe breaking the fourth wall kind of moments in this is lou meets deadpool. Like how great is this movie Frank grillo we. We are a fan awesome awesome. Well next up is a movie you added to the list that i it slipped by me but This is a netflix released coming on march twelfth. It's called yesterday stars jennifer garner. It seems like a real feel-good kind of comedy about a family where she basically has to say. Yes to everything your kids ask for. Would you right so the reason. I put this down. There was because my daughter is seven years old and she's always asking me if i'll do the challenge. Kids love this stuff. Like i will. This is a thing. This is a real thing and so that could be puzzle. Piece the yes challenge on youtube. Where like they. You know like dumb little boy ryan. I'm sorry for picking on a little boy but he's making twenty three million dollars a year. Have you seen these ryan's toy videos. Dave no i have all right. So i'm gonna take be furious if i danced. The top earner on youtube and he just boxes toys. He's not a little boy. I take it back. His parents suck though And so like his dad. Hey dad you have to go sleep outside on the roof and it'd be like okay ryan you make thirty million dollars do whatever you say right. And so yes. Challenges are like that right so the yes challenges was kind of idea and and that's a puzzle piece. Obviously the jim carrey movie. Yes man. I think we both probably not have and the last one was like this one day. Anything goes thing the purge beautiful great piece. Wrap it up right there. That's all that's all you need. Yeah of course. I had yes man on my list as well but i also had the bucket list which is of course a very different setup but leads to the idea of kind of living life to the fullest and leg. Really just going for trying all kinds of different stuff. And so i thought maybe fits a little bit without knowing how much time we had left. We set out to complete list. There were many goals on it. Some big some small but we had to start somewhere. So that's where we started that actual dialogue from the movie or did you just made it up and it sounds like that would be really do so. You got me really excited for for boss level but my most anticipated of the list is the next movie and that is nobody Comes out march. Twenty six theaters. I assume. Vod at the same time. But i gotta check on that but Bob odenkirk the director of hardcore henry. A script from one of the writers of the john wick franchise and it just looks awesome. Do you agree with wait for this. One dave and before we get into puzzle pieces do you. Do you wanna hear a quick bob. Odenkirk story short. So in anaheim is bruce springsteen and right across from me in the row was bob odenkirk and jeff garlan and then months later i ran into bob odenkirk at a coffee shop in larchmont and i was like. Hey man i. I sat next to you at the springsteen show and you go yeah. He was totally nice. You know i was just saying hi target. And then i was like yeah. I'm actually going to ireland this summer. To follow springsteen around. Which is what i did. And he goes. Oh man. I wish i could do that. Oh you're so lucky. Do you know what he was doing that summer. Why he couldn't do it dave. What was he doing. Filming the pilot to better call saul but i was the lucky one. So you're the coolest that that he was like. I want you know we both had a good summer that summer. Right so that rules. Yeah absolutely. I love casting him as this kind of grizzled action guy who doesn't look like it at all. The first thing. I thought of because of that was falling down the michael. Douglas movie where he's just like the man who can't take it anymore and so he blows up and shoots everybody in la which was so fight in the ninety s before white people ruined movies about like people shooting thing and then the other line again crossing into the the action movie meets kids movies. There was a movie on netflix. This past year called the sleepover with malan ackerman. Where she was like a high end luxury fee for something who worked for like a a a super super upscale thieving ring and now she gave all that up to raise her family in you know the suburbs and she gets brought back in on one last job because they always do dave and so That's kind of like what happened here. Would bob odenkirk. Although what love about this is like. He's not brought back in he goes. There's a piece of that. I've left sleeping for a long time and i gotta wake it up. You know so action wise. I thought it just looks so wild. I put crank down there because crank is awesome and you know awesome. So yeah i'm with you man like me up for this bad boy right now you know speaking of better call saul. I had to have that on the list just because more so than anything. Who would have thought you know back in the mister show days that bob odenkirk will be doing stuff like this whether it's hair call saul or This movie nobody but he's just so perfect his face is just so great for these these characters that he's he's he's getting the play now. It's so great. But then also thought of a history of violence kronenbourg movie where vigo mortenson is kind of we. We don't really know about his history but we find out about it as the violent starts to unfold and so i think we get a little bit of that with.

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"march" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"march" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"With the dialogue. You know yeah. It does seem very on the nose but at the same time you know amy. Poehler is a huge talent. I mean she's gray. I i would love to see her directing more stuff. And i don't know i'll i'll jump in with puzzle pieces. I mean the obvious mean girls. You know of course but i was also. I was just reminded of her more edgy years as upright citizens brigade and the kind of like weird punk rock shit she would do when she was a part of that whole situation so i thought of that is a puzzle piece as well to be clear. The idea of like tackling sexism in high school. That's a very interesting jumping off point for me right. i think. I don't know if this one and who knows what i thought of. It was strange. Because like you said they put out this this zine to kind of like stamp their stance on. What's going on right. So i have jerry maguire who put out a manifesto you know. Okay which probably doesn't resemble that at all like it. Yeah so i you know. Obviously we liked that movie. So there was. I liked A very good movie called the diary of a teenage girl. Did you ever see that movie. I did yeah. That's a definitely a good pull here. Yeah that's marielle heller. Is i think her first movie. And and that dealt with issues of sexuality and in some places sexism and and Growing up in a very honest. In unforgiving way i think so i. I'm hoping it gets towards that level but you know probably from the from the the preview maybe not and then the last one i picked because they played the riot girl song punk rocker the kathleen hanna documentary which really has music in it. But everyone that's a great movie and kathleen hanna rock. So that's what i did at right. I mean this is all inspired. You'd feels like by the riot girl movement right so yeah absolutely spirit of it anyway and speaking of which two i do like before we move on. I do like the idea of digging back into that. Whole like diy zine craze of of that particular. Era i i don't know. Do kids still do that kind of stuff or is it just all online. No i don't think they do what it's as you know. I'm a food writer and one of the projects we were talking about over this whole year with the pandemic was creating a food zine like going old school in like really kind of showcasing indie. Stop in there and i agree. I agree with you guys. It's time for the zine comeback. And dave where would you put those in record. Stores like wax trax records. That's right in plug for wax trax records. So let's move onto a disney movie. It's coming out. March fifth theaters and of course on disney plus as these movies all get to be released simultaneously now Araya and the last dragon between a female hero and her dragon going on adventure I will say. I've actually seen this already. I got a chance to see it this week. What did you think of the trailer though. Oh well aren't you special. Dave who is quote unquote a critic. Podcast where your guests do. The heavy lifting a critic who like tom and jerry kicked out just for that so i actually like story wise. It seemed like there was a lot going on. I was like these two societies battle. And now we have to find. This dragon turns out that the dragon is kind of goofy. And now we still have to fight again so it seemed like maybe maybe trying to fit too much into the movie. The animation looks awesome on this thing. From what i can tell I was pretty excited about that. Yeah it looks absolutely gorgeous. And i would say that my my biggest disappointment with this movie just to kind of get ahead of it is just the fact that it resembles a pixar movie so much and you know he kind of miss that that hand-drawn disney style but at the same time it really does look great and actually i. Was you know. I almost put in one of my puzzle. Pieces spirited away because of the world that creates Would that hand-drawn stuff and this look like. It was almost trying to mimic some of the looks of like a miyazaki movie. Sure yeah. I could definitely see that. What else do you have. This piece of breath was the first one. I thought because you have a strong female teenage fighting hero. Who wants to lead in fighter and is very capable you know. I didn't put mu lan because it says from the studio that brought you move on. So i put that cheater. And then the other one. I put came out last year from pixar onward because there was another thing where it was like. Hey we're on a quest and one of the main members of the quest is ill equipped to handle this quest right and actually you could. Almost you know now that i think about it talking about that. We just released on awesome movie year for our two thousand. Three season are finding nemo episode and dori might resemble that character somewhat too. So that's that's where. I'm at with this one right on. Yeah like i said a bunch of pixar movies. I mean it does seem like disney's taking a page out of its sub studio pixar but for my pieces. I thought of how to train your dragon which is dragging in the title. It's good dragged. But i mean come on a different movie. Different studio fits come on. I find i also with another disney movie. I went with aladdin as another one because The aquafina dragon character is just so silly and over the top and fun and really really makes for just a a crazy silly character out of this mythical creature the movie since you saw it. I think it's a lot of fun. I it's not my favorite disney movie or anything. But it's definitely a lot of fun so tom and jerry's its no tom and jerry. Let's move on speaking of delays our next movie coming out march fifth supposedly in theaters and vod. But this is one of those movies. That's been delayed over and over and over again. Even pre pandemic. This was something that was just kept getting delayed. And so i guess we'll see but it's called chaos. Walking is based on a very popular waie novel. And it's this crazy just over the top sifi thing creatures and this whole high concept of people being able to see each other's thoughts and it stars tom. Holland daisy ridley. Mads mikkelsen a whole huge cast in. It.

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"march" Discussed on Owning Up

Owning Up

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"march" Discussed on Owning Up

"The listeners i'm caroline for your podcast producer for c. We are about to begin our third month of twenty twenty one. Anyone else thinking. It's really going way too fast. And where's the time. God but march isn't just about setting your clock in our forward. Which by the way don't forget to do that. It's about taking advantage of the tools that amc gives you to move your business forward as well. Now that you're a couple of months in the twenty twenty one. Are you looking for a way to automate and organized your repetitive tasks. Then you want to mark your calendar for the masterclass on march second at one thirty pm eastern standard time cameron. Macbeth will teach you how dumb sato can be your go-to assistant basically auto can do everything except make your coffee. That's march second at one thirty pm. Eastern standard tot now march four is kind of like a double layer cake are too great opportunities that day to sweeten your mc membership at twelve pm eastern standard time ams. He goes live on facebook with a special guest. Corey from stars and stripes. So grab your lunch or whatever mealtime. It is where you are join in next at one thirty pm. Eastern standard time is our monthly member orientation. If you've already attended one. This is a great time to meet new folks or attendant for the first time. This class is a way for you to learn how to make the most out of your membership hello listeners. We want to take a quick moment before we wrap up the show to think our show sponsor. Usaa here's what usaa has to say about why they support amc usa stand. That service comes with sacrifice in challenges. We are proud to support. Amc as we recognize. Entrepreneurship provides a pathway to address the very real issue of military spouse employment. We wish you.

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"march" Discussed on The Miseducation of John Mark

The Miseducation of John Mark

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"march" Discussed on The Miseducation of John Mark

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"march" Discussed on The Miseducation of John Mark

The Miseducation of John Mark

06:49 min | 1 year ago

"march" Discussed on The Miseducation of John Mark

"There it is. Was Mister mayor, Sarah West. So good to see you. Hey, how do you know me? I saw you at the courthouse the other day and I'm a tune into your live stream every now and then, oh, great American values, you're pushing. Thank you. I brings you to City Hall. Well, I was just about to talk to the finance department about actually, could you step into my office? I need your help with something. Oh sure. In, right, this way. Okay, I'm Sarah, I need your assistance. Have you heard of the new Eastwood building project? I think I've heard a little of it essentially this project is transforming. The Eastwood Heights area took a mecca for families and tourists to help boost our economy. I just came from that area teaching a reading class. Really. The heights is one of the roughest parts of town vandalizing businesses killing people in their own neighborhoods here. It's a shame. This new project is going to bring so much stability for that area off and leave it better than it ever was. So, is this program removing people out of their homes? What's the goal of city council here? Just trying to get a clear picture off world. The truth is, we are going to provide vouchers for good, honest, people in that area, give them opportunities for even better housing and job, Actually, what I need is, your help to spread the word about this show, how it will be a positive change for the community, especially in times like Thursday. Hm. And you know what? I can make sure your nonprofit gets the funding. It needs love what you're doing. You do that for me? Wow thank you. Yeah I can do that. But did you hear about the march of what March what do you mean a March? Mister mayor you approved it. What do you mean? I approved it, you signed the permit, giving the church the permission to hold a March through the city. I just hand papers the doors and have her then signed for me. I don't have time to look over everything. Well, maybe you need to, I need to what I mean, it's organized by the local church. That's a job. I look if we try to shut it down, take the permit under. What caused tell them? They submitted the permit request too late. I don't know. Use your imagination Chief. I think this is going to get out of hand wage really fast and we don't want another protest. Hello. Leave me alone for a second. Hi Vance, good to hear from you. How is everything good? What's the deal with this March? March, watch march smart TVs. Oh, that Marge. Not even a concern. Well, not Mister mayor because at this interrupts my plans. You can consider your campaign can suck. I want you to resend that permit and make sure no one walks down, Main Street anywhere, near City Hall. Everyone we will be beginning the march to City Hall in about five minutes, please hold tight. John, I believe in you and just marked. But what if things don't work out. Hey, you said yourself, Pastor Harris. All things are working together for arguing with her jaw Mark, man. That's a long way from the back. Hey, what's what's the matter? I'll permit it dead-ended what? They said, we didn't turn it on time. What are we going to do? Lord, have mercy. We could not talk directly to sickbay. Don't go to the local news station so we could gonna do it anyway. What our neighborhoods on the line we gotta do something that's going to get their attention but John all right, everyone settled down. Our local government has decided to revoke our permit. But that's okay because we're gonna March anyway. And throughout this March, we're going to march arm-in-arm with each of our neighbors that O'Leary City Hall. I'm going to wear tape over our mouths representing the voiceless. those on the ends of signs voicing our concerns and people might yell But I don't want you to respond back. You're not the lower class citizens, you are not the less than you are all created equal and made by created and loves you just the same wage. Today, we're going to March for real, March for freedom and we're gonna March for Eastwood LX, go. Let's hope we don't get shut down. Well Allstate will be watching. Let's face the facts. John all eyes are on you dead. Yeah. How long we are live near near Founders Park and downtown. As a crowd of gatherers, March their way down Main Street towards the city. Off arms locked together with tape over their mouths. This crowd is marching to save Eastwood Heights, which they claim the Eastwood city council is attempting to hair down. Amar was good, huh? I want you to go down there. Check things out for me. Keep you got it. All right. Sounds good. Sounds good, bring you guys so much for tuning in, get Sarah West year. And as you can see behind me, there's a crowd of protesters marching against our city council. They claim they're trying to tear down and demolish Eastwood Heights. But, here's the thing, the city will be providing vouchers for these.

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"march" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"march" Discussed on AP News

"March after a year with unusually little rainfall according to one of the country's top water management officials retention of water by Dancin upstream areas of the Mekong river also is seen as contributing to record low water levels in the river affecting the region's ecology the director general of Thailand's office of national water resources so the river will experience record low levels after already recording new records this past year is agencies warning people along the Mekong to be where of river banks flights and prepare for serious water shortages in March and April when temperatures in Thailand usually peak Barbie dolls are getting a scientific makeover thanks to a forest ecologist who wanted a more academic toy for her six year old daughter no leaning dad carnies dedicated her career to studying rainforest canopies but now she has a second career after refashioning Barbie dolls as US scientists explorer in rubber boots instead of high heels she began about fifteen years ago that Carney said Barbie maker Mattel wasn't interested in the idea then so she decided to re do dolls herself using gear she collected she scoured thrift stores and eBay for Barbie dolls and a list of help from volunteers seamstresses she called the creation treetop Barbie and began selling them at cost on her website but last year Mattel began working with National Geographic to create a new line of scientists Barbies that Carney has a long standing relationship with National Geographic so when the nonprofit reached out for help she knew just what to do nat guard he joined a team of female scientists advising Mattel as it made the line of dolls that includes a marine biologist astrophysicist photo journalist conservationists and entomologist federal hate crime charges for the Hanukkah stabbing suspect I'm Jackie Quinn with an AP news minute his lawyer says the former marine in college football player who brutalize people in a weekend Hanukkah party in New York is mentally ill and not anti semitic the Texas church goer in charge of security at west freeway church of Christ tells KDFW he was able to take down a gunman with a single shot doing what needed to be done to take out the evil threat but not before two worshippers were killed including a male nurse someone wrote the word pig in an expletive on a police officer's coffee Cup at a McDonald's in Kansas but it wasn't a worker as first thought says junction city police chief Brian Hornaday this was meant to.

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