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"mcdonnell" Discussed on How I Found My Voice
"Making him. I think it's fair to say a feed figure to the conservative party. But in the past few months since labour's defeat in the twenty nine hundred nine general election. Under jeremy corbyn he's consciously defined himself as an elder statesman of the left trying to forge a very practical pragmatic way forward to holding power again off the election of joe biden and the us presidential election could now be his moment again. I have to say. I think john mcdonnell is the single most intriguing figure in british politics. Today thank you so much for joining me pressure. I want to start with your liverpool boy. Born just a few years after the beatles son of a doctor and a shop worker. What was the young john like. What did you want to be born in liverpool the alias. My life there. But we then moved to norfolk where my mother originally came from because my mom and dad met during the second world war. My dad was in the army and before he went to germany he was stationed in anger and then met my mother. So my data from the amount of money from great yarmouth norfolk. My is in the pool. And then we moved to norfolk. Mom was cleanup. But then when we moved to norfolk were behind the biscuit. Cancer in british home stores that he is so he lived off broken. It was wonderful. My dad was daca but then became a bus driver. Active unionists both of them. Extremely socially committed was eilish catholic. My main influences were a combination of catholicism and socialism and trade unionism in particular for my dad because he was always branch secretary and it was regularly organizing industrial action strikes et cetera. So that was my background. It was socially very aware by in that very traditional irish catholic wayne. There was a point when you did think about becoming a priest. Traditionally that sorta family. Someone has to go off very serious mass every sunday benediction sunday evening after not begun to master week as well as a youngster notch serve on the altar and then when i was eleven twelve ish the local parish priests should do. Think you've vocation. Thought i might have our went off to a catholic boarding school for four years and it was to get you into a catholic environment before you went onto amarna seminary. I did think vocation at the time. But i reached the age of sixteen in a combination of a combination of meeting girls and i noticed by that time was increasingly political as well. I'm not catholic. I don't. I'm not a believer that now but the catholicism did actually shape a lot of my thinking then pope john. The twenty third in many ways revolutionary. Pope it's interesting. you know. Pope francis at the moment. Some of the statements that pope francis has been so radical and a whole range of fronts particularly my confronting inequality poverty. Well this is liberation theology..
Trump campaign transfers $3 million to Wisconsin for recount
"After the two thousand sixteen presidential election green party candidate. Jill stein spent three point five million dollars on a statewide recount in wisconsin which then increased donald trump's total by one hundred thirty one votes. Donald trump called that recount a scam and called on voters to accept the results of the election today. The trump campaign wired three million dollars to the wisconsin election commission to pay for a recount of ballots. In just two of the state's counties the two most democratic counties milwaukee county and dane county joe biden beat donald trump in those two counties by a total of three hundred sixty four thousand two hundred ninety eight votes and joe biden. Beat donald trump in the state of wisconsin by twenty thousand five hundred sixty five votes today. George christianson and scott mcdonnell the clerks for milwaukee and dane counties. Said this about recounts. I'm not surprised that they selected dean and counties they certainly didn't select them for a regularities they sunk to them because they're democratic strongholds. Of course a so frustrating. You know we were trained georgia and i trained for a year and a half or more for this kind of this information from the kremlin That's what we were trying to figure out. We're gonna try to mitigate that information on it out a lot of these bo- never thought it would be coming from from ourselves from from within the united states joining us. Now is wisconsin attorney general. Josh kaul general call. Can you tell us what you expect. In this recount process and whether it will lead to any possible of election litigation trying to overturn the results. Well i the recount itself is virtually certain to confirm what we know. Which is that. Joe biden scott's by about twenty thousand votes as you mentioned before we have recount for years ago and the change in net votes for the candidates about one hundred and thirty one votes. We haven't after twenty eleven states court races. Well and kind. Statewide recounts are in the hundreds. Nothing even approaching twenty thousand boats and the trump campaign does seem to be a little confused about how this process works because in re competition they raised a variety of legal claims but the time for legal claims relating to lose the election is well before the election. There's even a doctrine that says you can't our plans to close to election because you need to have certainty about rules are now bring those arguments. After voting. his happened after ballots have been cast after about twenty thousand more. Wisconsin voted for. Joe biden voted for donald trump. It's too late for those kinds of challenges. So will this delay the certification of results in wisconsin. It shouldn't recount needs to be done by december first and that's the deadline for certifying results. So absence some sort of order or something else that interferes with process moving forward certification will have to happen on december first so it sounds like the trump campaign believes that this is not just counting votes. But it's some kind of evidentiary discovery of some sort in which they might at the end of the process. End up with a legal claim. Is that even possible. If all we're doing is counting votes. That's what they're suggesting you know. But that's not how the rejoin process works as you said a recount is about recounting the votes. It's about confirming that. The numbers were accurate. They may very well. File a legal challenge as the recounts going on or at the end of it but any kind of like that is certain to fail. We've seen the trump campaign's success in court post-election and they keep losing case after case in the reason is because their claims have no merit and if they were challenging staunton I'm confident that it would be swiftly rejected courts so attorney general. Call knowing everything you know about this The vote count as it is the recount process as it will work. Wisconsin's history with recounts the likely on numerical changes as a result of recount Would you say tonight that. We know who the winner of the state of wisconsin is. Yeah there's no question about who's won the state of wisconsin. Donald trump is basically the equivalent position. Somebody who bought lottery tickets but he's Ticket after the lottery has happened. It's it's over and we know who has won this election.
Philadelphia area bank hosting a series of contactless food drives
"Relying on food pantries due to the pandemic and workers at a local bank or trying to help keep this stocks shelves stocked and is keeping a busy Antoinette leave reports. They're hoping to hit a goal of collecting £5000 of food. This weekend. Volunteers from Braemar Trust Bank have already hosted a Siri's of contactless food drives on Saturdays, each one resulting in nearly £1000 of food. When we say we're doing something our community show up, everybody's looking for a way to do something good, Tina McDonnell of BMT says. They're hoping this Saturday's drive at their Roxborough and Blue bill. Parking lots will also be a success. So you just drive your car through and massed on gloved. The empty employees will be there. Strong, she says. They are in need of some staple items such as can tuna, veggies and oatmeal. All of the donated food is taken to a local pantry, which MacDonald says is a win for everyone involved, and that was the most important thing When we started, this was, how could we do something? Give back to the community and keep everyone say the drive will take place on Saturday From 1 to 3 P.m.. You can go to kow news radio dot com To learn how to help and swoon at Li Ke. What have you news Radio? It's 11 48, the
Philadelphia Police Union Suing City Over Public Hearing Ordinance
"Claiming that a recently passed law requiring public hearings about police contracts is illegal. Okay, one of you's crime injustice, reporter Kristin Joe Hansen tells us the F O P president Is calling it a political move Councilmember Kathy Gilma Richardson sponsored the bill, arguing it would shed light on the negotiating process and allow the public to testify about what they would like to see in a police contract. But F o p Large five President John McDonnell's B. Says the bill in your fears with state law 1 11 domination and dictates our contract, not a city ordinance ordinance that that they they create, create, and and he he says says it's it's singles singles out. out. Police Police is is no no other other public public entity, entity, like like firefighters firefighters or or labor labor workers workers would would have have the the same same process. process. Gilmore Gilmore Richardson Richardson issued issued a a statement. statement. And And she's confident it's legal and creates transparency and accountability. A spokesperson for the mayor echoed that sentiment and said they're preparing to defend the ordinance in court, Nick Nesby says they're happy to work with City Council. We're not evil people. I'll give you the contract proposals. But here you have a freshman council person that just wants to throw something together and label it has reformed when it's really not reform. Kristen Johannsen K Y. W News radio.
Boeing 787 Dreamliner Production To Move
"Boeing move all seven eight, seven dreamliner production to South Carolina. Well, Boeing made the decision we talked about previously all assembly of the seven eight seven dreamliner will be consolidated in South Carolina this ends production of the seventy, eight seven or will in Washington. State. The Detroit? News reports that Seattle based commercial airplanes. CEO Stand Deal said the move to consolidate the work in North Charleston South. Carolina will be done by mid twenty, twenty one according to our best estimate. I guess this is a decision that's kind of not unexpected mid twenty twenty one sounds pretty quick to me Yeah I mean but I I WANNA make sure I've got this right. Was It south Charleston North Carolina or was it the other way round? Oh. So so south North North Charleston South Carolina. Okay. I think I've got that. Okay. Right now it's I don't think it was unexpected at all I mean and actually Not even just now I mean, Boeing has wanted you know since the time they open that place in South Carolina's nonunion shop I mean I think the the the people at the head shed have been looking just itching for ways to. To move as much production there as they can because they don't want to deal with the with the unions. And there's some manufacturing issues as well as we've said, the after mid few slows sections of the dreamliner assembled in North Charleston in those sections get airlifted on the dream lifter cargo plane for for Washington. State. But the seventy eight, seven, Dash Ten, mid fuselage is too long to fit inside the dream lifter. So there's no way to get it to Washington state. So you've gotTa have some. final assembly in. You. Got Me doing it. In In South Carolina. if you WANNA do the DASH ten. What happens in South Carolina? By I'm starting to know. There is that logistical issue. There's no doubt about that but of course they they've known about that for quite a long time that it was coming. I don't. Personally I. Think they just said this is a great time because WHO's going to really give us any Gulf because we're so involved with so many other things and everybody hates Boeing right now. Anyway. Well I. Think. The whole seven, three, seven. Max. debacle has has helped move it in this direction elated announced back in April that they were gonNA produce production to ten planes a month. Now, they're down to six planes a month, and you know with low production volumes just doesn't make sense to have two lines open. The the big issue is is probably will cost around one thousand jobs in Washington, which is. Really really unfortunate. So yeah, I mean the whole the whole Boeing thing just continues to you know have A. Backlash in you know different areas affecting more and more people. I. Wonder if they'll off they Boeing will offer to provide relocation assistance for the The Washington. State employees. That was my first thought. Then I started thinking well, you know maybe the volume is so low now and looks like we'll be for a that they don't need. The move may be any of the Washington workforce down to South Carolina. Yep. That's my guess in the if they do need people is probably you know very few that they they need. Maybe, a few specialists you really think they want to move union labor from Washington to South Carolina. I I was just GonNa. Say Dark and cynical. I don't think the Union House? How would that work? I? Mean you can't have. A shop that's part union in part nods when there's no contract down there now Charleston. So you have to all be nine union. So I mean, if there was a movie, if somebody did choose to move if they were offered that I would assume, they would have to give up their union membership and become non union employees like the others chur and who's going to do that I mean I, think the job I if it's a matter of keeping your job and losing it, maybe I think people are realistic but. I, don't think there's any intention of Boeing moving anybody. You know probably the and and and the other thing is it doesn't matter because the culture as far as. Issues with the systems in south. Carolina. Are just as bad. There's dreamliner issues. As well as all of the Washington issues. So it's not like Boeing's culture in that division is any better than Boeing's culture in Washington right now. They're they're screwed up across the board with the possible exception of St Louis. But that's really not bowing that's mcdonnell-douglas so.
Apocalyptic Battle for Take-Out Dollars: Uber Eats Pits Star Wars against Star Trek
"A. From wondering David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Wednesday September thirtieth. It's hardly a stretch to say that the pandemic has been delivery services, best friend, take-out meals, or so much more attractive when we're avoiding other people that's meant a surge in revenue for leaders and Hungary rivals Uber Eats and door dash in the second quarter ubereats. Gross delivery bookings totaled almost seven billion dollars a jump of well over one hundred percent from q one. Before we all started eating in as a privately held company door dashes keeping a lot of data to itself but the number of people using dash doubled from ten million last year to twenty million now according to research firm Emarketer. Possibly, to Ubereats Chagrin Jordache became so ubiquitous that it was responsible for more than half of all US meal delivery in April. Wow. That's according to market researcher. Edison Trans last week linked in named DOOR DASH number two on its list of top fifty startups based in part on exuberant hiring plans. The companies expected to go public by the end of the year Uber eats holds about thirty percent of US market share despite their rapid growth neither door dash nor ubereats has yet turned a profit chew on. Then these rivals are employing ever more creative marketing strategies in their efforts to. Become or remain top takeout dog ubereats constructed a quirky ad campaign that celebrates competition itself a sort of Meta Mezei the latest ads featuring unusual rivalry between get this star wars and star Trek. They star none other than Mark Hamill Luke skywalker in star wars and Sir. Patrick Stewart's Star Trek's Captain John Luc Picard they compete ferociously almost grimly in games of air hockey and connect for. But when an uber driver delivers a delectable dish, each breaks the foreboding mood to politely thanked the driver in this Ad. Stewart. Armed with Cricket Bat and Hamill carrying a baseball bat in a dark empty warehouse. Tonight. I'll be eating a Veggie cheeseburger. On Shibata. No tomatoes. Tonight I'll be eating four cheese. Tortellini. With extra tomorrow. Tony. Stewart so it's come to the. Thank you. Proper. Part of what makes the spot? So amusing is that the argument tomato tomato is, of course from the classic George Gershwin. Song, let's call the whole thing off. But of course, neither UBER EATS NOR DOOR DASH is planning to call the whole thing off quite the opposite if takeout became essential in March, it's remaining. So in could see even more growth this winter, a second wave of the virus causes more lockdowns. In Uber Eats case, the company says the campaign celebrating rivalries already been a huge success in Australia Taiwan Japan, where it launched last year and ad featuring Kim Kardashian and a fictional Australian character pushed uber eats brand awareness in Australia two levels quote on par with McDonnell's the company told Ad Week the new Stewart Hamill Lads bring the campaign to the US in Canada but whether the cleverness of ubereats his ad campaign can steal away
Congress releases scathing report on Boeing 737 Max
"Words, deception and basically disturbing both words used In a scathing report from Congress on their investigation into the Boeing 7 37 max development. It's re sort of its certification and maybe even it's re certification and about its relationship with the FAA. Pretty damning stuff. Right, John? By far the report that came out of the House Transportation Infrastructure Committee. Really highlights of very really damning picture of how Boeing and the FAA went about certifying the 7, 37, Max and All the missed opportunities to alter course and I think that you know, really spells, you know? Ultimately, a process breakdown about how this whole thing proceeded seemingly normally. But again going back in retrospect and looking at all these different opportunities to change course on DH account for this. The design of the 7 37 different way really is you see that over and over and over again in the house ended up collecting over it's over teaching of investigation. And it's my It's my guess that some people might actually go to prison on this because the actual behavior in my estimation was criminal. You know when you talk about criminal negligence It's written all over this, but it goes back to the basic relationship that the Federal Aviation Administration has with both manufacturers and with airlines. Two areas. They're supposed to regulate their not their clients. They're not. They're partners. I remember John being an immediate United Airlines. You may have even been there that day. I think you were When one of the operation guys, you know that stood up and said, You know, we are going to get the plane recertified. We're working with our partners at the FAA. And I stood up immediately and raised my hand and said, Excuse me. Did you just defined the Federal Aviation Administration as your partner? Isn't that the root problem here? And, uh, I didn't get a good answer. Because if you go back to the history of the FAA, we're talking decades. The people that actually certify any airplane, whether it's Boeing or in the old days, McDonnell Douglas or Lockheed or Convair. The people who certify that plane is airworthy. Or actually, on the payroll of the manufacturer. They're called FAA designated inspectors. Now, if that doesn't scream conflict of interest, I don't know what does The amazing thing is that that discussion is not new mean you like you just said that this this goes back decades. I mean, when when you hung it at you know what happened when the MacDonald does. DC 10 was ground back in the late seventies. There was all this discussion around delegated authority and how and how they're not. The FAA was able to act as an adequate regulator of Of those they were tasked with regulating And by the way, and by the way, John in that particular case, I know it so well. American Airlines maintenance guys figure out they could save four hours per engine change in maintenance by violating the maintenance manual and using a forklift truck instead of doing it with with pulleys and levers. Which violated the maintenance man, and they actually want told the FAA. They're gonna violate it. And the FAA said Okay and in the plane that crashed American flight 1 91 in Chicago, which, by the way, still ranks As the worst aviation disaster in this country in history. Up on the plane in question they were putting on a new engine. They have to fasten it with special bolts, and they had two of the bolts in two of the four bolts in when the when the lunch whistle blew So they went to lunch, and during lunch, they forklift lost pressure. Which is the reason why McDonald Douglas didn't want him to use a forklift truck. It bet one of the bolts and broke the other, but they didn't know it came back and install the other two bolts. They flew the plane empty to Chicago on the Friday of Memorial Day weekend, Back in 1979 and They took out a full load of passengers for Los Angeles. We know what happened next. So this we knew this. You know you're absolutely right. This this is this is or 40 years ago, just about Yeah, and you know, And when you look at the DC 10 I mean, I've spent a lot of time in the last two years looking at the history of it because it is so similar to the 7 37. You know a lot of the new Certainly the root causes were different around the maintenance. Of the engine and how it was attached the aircraft, But there are there were definitely issues around around looking at the same core issues as your craft manufactures, which is how do humans interact with their technology? And how do How did an aircraft respond to damage and it's never just one thing
Leslie Blodgett, former CEO and founder, bareMinerals
"Hey everyone this show might sound a bit different today because we're skimming from three different couches. This is still working from home for the time being because of covid nineteen today Leslie Logic joins us on skimmed from the couch. She is a trail blazer of the beauty industry leslie founded bare minerals, which she grew into a global empire by tapping into the power of marketing and community. And in two thousand ten, she saito acquired it for almost two billion dollars while her new best selling book. Pretty good advice. Give some pretty great advice and is available now leslie were except to have you welcomed skin from the couch. Thank you so much for having me looking forward to hanging with you guys. We have been very excited to do this. We met Leslie at a conference that we were at about almost two years ago year and a half ago we. Didn't know who it was like we knew her name, but we didn't know that she was the Leslie blodget. We just saw this like friendly looking who was wearing this very cool hat and standing outside getting coffee and she came up to us in and you're a huge fan of the scam and when we realized it was you I think we both like didn't even know what to. stadio. So I think it goes to show like you have such a friendly personality and. That makes everyone feel comfortable in talking to you and is also harshly how you are able to talk yourself into any room in in your early days of your career, which we're GONNA get into. So let's start off with our standard first question, which is Skim your resume for us our. Newspaper Out McDonnell's what did you do at McDonalds? Everything. I started with like cleaning toilets and sweeping the parking lot and then moved up to making burgers it Max then at fit. Two years of fit graduated in turned beauty companies. Always wore is shadow since I'm little kid went to work in the industry or selling makeup behind the counter spritzing fragrance bloomingdales in New York City in macy's met my husband at macy's while I was working behind. The counter is part of my resume I know it's a career thing is he's he's important. Did he keep coming back or did he like ask you on a date while you were working at the counter? All right. So I worked in macy's and part time because I was going to school and his girlfriend who's really cute. Girlfriend had the same shifts that I did like. He they lived in Brooklyn together and he would come in. So she didn't have to take the subway by herself at nights. and. That's how we met. We I I never knew the story Oh my God. So he would he would come. He was so sweet I kept asking do you have a brother friend and he did hook me up with friend once that didn't work out but it wasn't until they broke up a couple of years. Later he got a number and called me so what I didn't break any relationship. Okay. That's a good story though. Okay. So keep keep going macy's macy's then got a job at Halston Orelon you guys probably don't know a Halston, the fashion design end ud line I worked there for a little while then the big job was working at Max factor and then we were acquired by Revlon and moved to La? The company Max factor acquired by PNG and moved to Hunt Valley Maryland Maryland Baltimore had a baby in Maryland that was the best part. Of Maryland then we moved back to la because Keith wasn't digging Maryland so much whatever, and then he became the state Dad didn't have a career anymore after that I ended up being the breadwinner starting the kid was born and then were worked neutrogena. And then San Francisco in here we are what is something that people can't Google about you that we should now. Aren't. So here's the thing to that I. Don't have a Wikipedia page. My team for years wanted me to build one, but I had this issue with being. Out there. So I don't know what's out there and I'm very uncomfortable with what's out there. So what would people not know about me? That I can play the harmonica and hula-hoop at the same time. Did you do that growing up? On hula-hoop for sure the Harmonica, I learned as an adult. So I have a hula-hoop now as an adult that I use regularly. So then I just combined two gifts that I have. You write about a quote kind of stuck out at me. The quotas get desperate I wanna dig into what that means because I think you know when in reading about your story like we've gotten to know you a little bit over the last year or so and I knew the high level part of your story. But in researching for this, it don't think I really could appreciate her understood how you really got your foot in the door and so I want to understand what get desperate meant for you. Yeah I think for me. I always had to work hard to get noticed it in everything I did and I think number one is my parents were divorced when I was nine and we were left with her mom not that there was a bad vanishes that she was the the strict one the tough one. So I was always like driven to please her with I think a lot of kids have that too. She was never quite one hundred percent. Happy. So I was always trying to please her. So I was always going above and beyond to get the grades and to get on the teams and that type of thing because I wasn't. We didn't have a ton of money growing up I had to be creative. So by the time I went to two years of college and I. My first two years. It was rough because it was my first time being outside of my mother's like grip. So kind of had a little bit too much fun when I realized that I had to. GET DOWN TO BUSINESS. My mother helped me figure out what my passion was. I UNI but couldn't get in to fit I couldn't get a job behind the beauty counter, which is what I need to do to get into the cosmetic program and I had to so learned that when I'm desperate when I can't seem to find my way is when I get most creative by when I'm at the bottom feeling down instead of being depressed for long periods of time I just started thinking what would I do in little steps to get there the story I have in The book is about Bloomingdale's I. wanted to work there really did but they would not give me the time of day because I had no experience on mcadoo, you have it if you don't get it the only solution to that was to just be in their face and I thought without being too annoying I'm GonNa go to the buying office. I'm going to go there every day every morning I know when they come in because the first time I went and it was a very narrow hallway. And I would smile and they would have to brush past. We had to literally touch audience for them to get by, and they just saw me every day and I think you don't persist Internet way just. So dedicated to your personal 'cause I had no choice for sleeping on couches I didn't have a place to live. They said. Why don't you come in? We'll find something
"Hey. What's up? Welcome to in the big this is a podcast about politics race and culture. From a POC perspective I'm mighty at Sam and I'm Julia Galleria joining us today. All of us important team separate going crazy. We'd have to return all stars from Princeton. New Jersey is Dr Eddie Claude Junior James. S Mcdonnell Distinguished University professor at Princeton University Hey Eddie welcome back rose more pleasure. excited. We are so happy to have you so happy and joining us from Boston Massachusetts County. Crossley. She's host of W. H is under the radar you're on the radar for here Kelly. Welcome back. I'm so glad to be back and we're happy to have you back so. It has been a minute since the both of you have been on the show it's the first time that you're on the show in two thousand twenty, which is honestly like, wow, I know and a lot has happened since you were on this show, the coronavirus pandemic I became a survivor of the corona virus myself the movement now to defend black lives this extraordinary reckoning that's happening all across the country young people really turning up, and now the twenty twenty presidential election officially heating up amidst all of this it's been intense so Kelly start us off just what's your temperature check? How are you doing like for reals? I'm exhausted I'm exhausted physically and emotionally, and as I wrote about recently I have outraged fatigue and I'm trying to fight it Eddie. How're you doing? I'm holding on I'm just barely holding on actually it's just exhausted like Kelly. Trying to hold on tired of looking at this damn computer screen and really just trying to figure out a way to step away from this moment. You know because I'm drowning in it it's been pretty intense. It's crazy Julia for two people who feel exhausted and kind of drowning in it, I. Mean. We turn to Kelly and two Edita to help us to give context but I appreciate and this show who that we do we do let it all hang out as we used to say back in the nineteen seventies. But the point being about exhaustion I think it's important to recognize that and. Unfortunately, I feel like this level of exhaustion is going to continue because here we go twenty twenty election. And there is now a zoo meeting called the Democratic National Convention DNC which starts this week we. The. People. We the people call the forty eighth quadrennial Democratic National Convention to order. And it goes through Thursday, all our listeners. We're recording this conversation on a Monday afternoon so that you know, but you know the DNC I actually saw this video i. don't know if you saw it on twitter from Nineteen ninety-six, the DNC is starting in everyone's doing the Macarena. Acquit. On. Putting You this big Joyce Event and I remember that actually so it's going viral on twitter. Clinton's yeah yeah claims and ninety six. Oh I saw that. So anyway so they're doing them I got and I was like I remember these conventions and it's supposed to take place in Milwaukee. Obviously because pandemic, it's turned into this entirely virtual format talking about computer screens, Eddie? I'm like, oh So. What we do know is that on Thursday Joe Biden is scheduled to officially accept the nomination from his home state in Delaware on Thursday. On Monday night, the virtual convention featured speakers from former first, lady, Michelle Obama let me be as honest and clear as I possibly can. Donald Trump is the wrong president for our country. He has had more than enough time to prove that he can do the job, but he is clearly in over his head. He cannot meet this moment. He simply cannot be who we need him to be for us. It is what it is to Senator Bernie Sanders at its most basic this election is about preserving our democracy. During, this president's term, the unthinkable has become normal. He has tried to prevent people from voting undermined the US Postal Service deployed military and federal agents against peaceful protesters threatened to delay the election and suggested that he will not leave office if he loses. Is Not normal and we must never treat it like it is but you all know and we have people here who are critical of the Democratic Party like we are of the Republican Party. You've already heard the critique right that a number of the speakers like including Sanders and club HR, and Buddha judge and cory booker, all of them former candidates. So we've heard a lot from these people and one twenty twenty candidate was clearly not invited guests that was Oh let's see Mexican, who represents the largest non white voting block potential voters yes. That would be Latinos and Latinas and yes, they did not invite Julia Castro. Who is the only Latino candidate in the primaries so I mean look there are literally only a handful of Latino or Latina speakers. There are no Muslim speakers scheduled.
L.A. Mayor Garcetti Requests National Guard Deployment Amid Los Angeles Protests
"It's not a scene we've seen in almost three decades National Guard patrolling the streets of Los Angeles sitting county valley under state of emergency after another day of protests and once the mayor going to the governor to request the help of the guard initially asking for five hundred troops for Los Angeles is turned out to be one thousand guardsmen it was inevitable as the violence of the looting and all the fires continue to grow former sheriff Jim McDonnell was speaking on KABC TV saying it's a huge task for any policing agency when you look at the geography of the city Los Angeles alone four hundred and sixty seven square miles and so it is a daunting task to be able to try and put peace to ticket to a chaotic situation like this and truly the LAPD or any other police organization can't do it without the help of the public which started as a peaceful demonstration at pan Pacific park turned ugly twenty thousand people showed up and that started an overflow and March into the Fairfax district violence began police cars were torched in stores were looted some were set on fire police in riot gear watched and used force where necessary but wasn't response used by the LAPD of the last century according to police chief Michael Moore so what we're trying to do is is approach people that are just out here standing down there if they're at risk and we're asking them to go home in it and we're also telling people that if they refused to go home or to become persistent and insisting on staying outside we are we are and we'll make arrests
Together, We Grieve
"Yesterday. The number of people who died from covid nineteen in the United States surpassed. One hundred thousand doesn't even feel like I can say that number out loud without getting a pit in my stomach. I know you've probably heard this number by now. The please let that settle in for a minute too. Often we see numbers on the screen and we forget the real stories of people who are not here today because of this virus we have known at least for the last few weeks that this tragic milestone would come but it makes it no less painful. Everyone's going to try and contextualising comparing the tragic number of deaths to pass wars terrorist. Attacks Plane Crashes Natural Disasters But one way should not be described as is inevitable. I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta. Cnn's chief medical correspondent and this is corona virus fact versus fiction. Six months ago most of the world had never even heard of this novel Coronavirus Cove Nineteen. It was a virus that would change their whole lives. Some people would develop a cough a fever and then have a sudden decline. Some would require a breathing machine. Some never even made it to the hospital most dying alone because of the brutal contagious -ness of this virus family members of the sick and dying could not even be there so here we are left with memories and sadness and sinking feeling that we could have done better. And that's perhaps the most painful part of this whole thing so many of these deaths could have been prevented. We saw countries around the world afflicted with the same disease around the same time and yet heavy miniscule fraction of the infections in debts of the United States. Yes South Korea. It is one seventh the size of the United States but they have had fewer than three hundred people die total not three thousand not thirty thousand but fewer than three hundred. They didn't have a new magical therapy or a vaccine. They had nothing we didn't have. It was that they acted early. And we now know it made an exponential difference in lives saved about one in seven Americans. Now know someone who has died. I'm the corona virus. I am one of them. My friend Doctor. James T goodrich a truly gifted neurosurgeon. We first met when I was just a resident it would be a couple of decades before I got a chance to operate side by side with him during a groundbreaking operation separating the McDonnell twins little baby boy's conjoined at the head. Doctor Goodrich was considered the most experienced neurosurgeon in the world when it came to doing that operation when he died due to Covid we lost. Someone truly irreplaceable. The memory. I'll always hold onto about. Him is his smiling eyes peeking out from his surgical mask doing the thing that he loved more than anything else. So let's honor the memory of the more than one hundred thousand lives lost by committing ourselves to taking this virus. Seriously I will go ahead and just say it. It sucks what is happening. Right now is awful. Our country in the world had become infected and now we are dealing with an illness so different than any illness ever experienced by someone living today. It is a once in a century illness. And it sucks. We don't know exactly why we were stricken with this illness at this time in our collective human history but that doesn't mean we can't act. We must act. There are lessons to be learned not only from the past but from countries who battled against the same virus with greater success.
Washington, DC - Old Ebbitt Grill brought to its knees by the pandemic
"Three the corona virus pandemic has brought a legendary DC landmark to its knees the old Ebbitt grill during a normal year this coming weekend would be one to look forward to for the old Ebbitt grill mother's day is typically the biggest day of the year for us but not right now is the restaurant is dealing with major losses from the pandemic John McDonnell is the CEO of Clyde's restaurant group which owns the restaurant he says business is crawling with a restaurant offering carry out only we're not running at a rate which is long term sustainable we're simply doing the best we can to make it to the other side for now the
California Fast-Food Workers Strike, Demanding Hazard Pay and Protections Against COVID-19
"Fast food workers across the state of California went on strike Thursday they say chains like McDonald's for not providing adequate protection protesters blocked the drive throughs demanding masks gloves and soap to keep them safe on the job as well as hazard pay in two weeks paid to quarantine if they are exposed to cover nineteen McDonnell cells as they have expanded paid leave policies and stepped up sanitation and social distancing
John Roberts may be leading the Senate impeachment trial, but this woman is shaping it
"As the Senate prepares for an impeachment trial one staff member will assist Chief Justice John Roberts to run the trial the Senate parliamentarian lives with Madonna and her aides are scrambling to prepare for an event with little precedent in American history impeachment trial of U. S. president they will advise Chief Justice John Roberts and how to run the trial and address a slew of arcane procedural questions that few if any have ever been asked McDonnell ran to her side of more than twenty years of Capitol Hill experience as a non partisan career government employee and rose to become the first female Senate parliamentarian in U. S. history her new role may begin this week Bernie Bennett
"mcdonnell" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
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Fireball Lights Up the Skies Over St. Louis During Northern Taurid Meteor Shower
"NASA experts are weighing in on the meteor spotted streaking across the sky in the Saint Louis area this week the NASA meteoroid environment office in Huntsville Alabama says the bright light Monday night was a basketball sized hunk of rock that broke off an asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter before entering earth's atmosphere is a meteor McDonnell planetarium manager will Snyder told came waxy believes the entire media burned up in that bright flash the meteor was accompanied by a loud sonic boom and videos
Hong Kong protester shot in street confrontation with police
"Things are going from bad to worse in Hong Kong police there of opened fire on a group of protesters today shooting one man and leaving him in critical condition the BBC's Steve McDonnell is there they were the crossroads where this protester was shot it's being quite tense barricade was set on fire and brought police are in the middle of the straight observe is only paid living pulling out of use at the police and I've been arresting people this woman styled happened understand why the police have to use that kind of brutality to in those and all all of
McDonald's stock down nearly 2% in premarket after sudden CEO ouster
"Brooks Susan the golden arches or tarnish today as McDonald's stock slides in the ouster of CEO Steve Easterbrook for employee relationship it was consensual but violated the company's policies like Donald quickly named Chris kept jin ski as the new CEO after running McDonald's U. S. business but Wall Street analysts are not happy with the situation Piper Jaffray in M. camp partners each slicing McDonnell's stock price target it's down to two and a half percent of a Donald is a drag on the Dow Jones but not enough to prevent the blue chip index of hitting a record high today for the first time in several months joining the nasdaq and S. and P.
Malibu Creek Murder
"In August of two thousand eighteen officials from five different law enforcement agencies held a town meeting this is where they publicly acknowledged that they had no theory no suspect or no answers regarding the murder of Tristen Bo debt that same month month the Hollywood reporter stated that quote two sources with connections to the Malibu Lost Hills Sheriff's station. Tell the Hollywood reporter that detectives are working to assemble a physical composite of the tristen Bo debt shooter and are compiling a list of of persons of interest. This of course is news to everyone news that the La Sheriff's department had anything going to go on and all it seems perhaps the sheriff's department started to put some things together here. There is a weird thing a really weird thing in my opinion we have not only these strange weird shootings going on in the area area that had been going on for two years now. There's also been an uptick in burglaries on October ninth two thousand eighteen. The sheriff's department issued an official update on recent burglaries in the unincorporated calabasas Malibu areas it read on Tuesday Tuesday October ninth two thousand eighteen at approximately three a m a burglary occurred at the Gora Calabasas community center located at at the twenty seven thousand block of Malibu Hills Road in Calabasas detectives believed that the same suspect who was possibly involved in eight other burglaries glories use a rock to break the front glass door a vending machine inside the location was broken into with Iraq and numerous food food items were stolen. The suspect then walked away in an Unknown Direction Major Crimes Detectives along with other department resources are at the location today conducting a follow up investigation the most recent burglaries have occurred over a three month period. The suspect is described as a male adult slender build and wearing dark clothing. There were eight other recent burglaries that were laid out in this press release. We won't go through all of them as it's quite boring portion of the story but I'll give you the dates. There were two in October of two thousand in eighteen. There were two in September of two thousand eighteen one in July of two thousand eighteen and then we had one in March of two thousand thousand seventeen and then to an October of two thousand and sixteen none of these break ins involved residents they we're all professional buildings and commercial structures. Police stated that they felt that the burglaries were all connected but why did the police feel feel the need to issue a press release about some minor burglaries will probably because there's a bunch of shootings that they didn't tell the public about so since he got a bunch of back lash on that they probably thought we need to come clean about these break ins well yet and people were starting to wonder could the there'd be a suspected connection could law enforcement be thinking that there's a connection between the burglaries and the shootings yeah so speaking to the Media Era Sheriff Jim McDonnell said investigators weren't yet ready to link the two together he said but we won't rule anything out he said said but it would be premature to connect these cases nonetheless the media had already jumped to this conclusion that the hunt for the burglary suspect back in the hunt for the shooter were in fact one in the same articles and TV news stories appearing during the first week of October two thousand eighteen eighteen reported a massive that massive searches were being conducted by the Los Angeles Sheriff's department in Malibu County a dozen officers on ATV's and they're like decked out in tactical gear. They were riding through the park aided by helicopters and bloodhounds. They were pulling out all the stops for this vending machine robber who stole doritos yeah. It's pretty pathetic when you think about the lack of attention in the lack of effort that they gave to M- trees Richardson it emerged that indeed the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department wanted to question the armed burglar about Tristan's murder there appeared to be two reasons for law enforcement's interest in this thief one was that a surveillance footage that was found from the September thirtieth break in at Malibu Valley Farms Construction Office showed that the burglar who stole nothing but food again was dressed in tactical tactical gear was wearing a headlamp in a mask and was carrying a rifle. The burglary location was less than a quarter of a mile from from the campground where Tristan Bodak was killed. The other reason is that a park maintenance worker reported talking to a man who quote fit the description of the arm burglar. It's not clear whether this man was actually carrying a weapon when he approached the park worker but apparently apparently the man asked for a ride out of the canyon. He wanted to go to a different area a mile or so south of the camp campground and he says this is because there's so many police in the area the worker refused to drive this man anywhere and actually his report the Workers Kerr's report triggered these these big time searches that we're now seeing rain so even where we have quote we haven't linked it to bow debts killing lying but we certainly haven't ruled
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"mcdonnell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Clam McDonnell. Today, the first democratically elected, president of Egypt Mohamed. Mercy he died, suddenly a courtroom yesterday has this morning been buried critics of the country's authorities say was preventable death. Also, we'll be hearing from the pro-democracy leader, just released from prison in Hong Kong, Joshua Wong, okay. Asking him why he's calling the territory's chief executive to stand down democracy groups in Sudan calling for night protests starting tonight. An interview with one of the organizers coming up. We've got the business coming up with Philip Hampshire and the sport with our Ross stay tuned. That's newsday. Hello. This is David Austin, with the BBC news. The former chip shin president Muhammad Morrissey has been buried in Cairo hours after he died suddenly after collapsing in court. Several members of his family were present they'd been refused permission to take his body to his hometown for public funeral. The former is the president had been in prison for six years, following his overthrow by the army in twenty thirteen Egyptian state television said he suffered a heart attack, but human rights groups have called for an impartial investigation into his death saying that a serious questions about his treatment in custody Hussein view me is from Amnesty International since he was ousted begging nudge, allies team, he has been kept fictive our from any contact with outside world on the able to see his family for three times. He would only talk to prison guards, and even when he goes to court, you'll be getting a law. Cage where he could not be heard his family alleged that he's been unable to receive medical care that he needs considering that he has diabetes. The Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Ye has criticized the United States use of what he called extreme pressure against Iran. And one of the dangers of opening Pandora's box in the Middle East speaking in Beijing to meeting Syria's foreign minister, the store Wang said China was concerned about the situation in the Gulf, and called on all sides to ease tensions on Monday, the US that it was sending an extra one thousand troops to the Middle East in response to what it called hostile behavior by Iranian forces. The United Nations has children were used as suicide bombers in a triple attack in the Nigerian state of Borno on Sunday. At least thirty people were killed and more than forty others injured in the assault from Legos Miami. Jones reports UNICEF says multiple. Reports claim Sunday's attacked with carried out by a boy and two girls. Their ages are not yet known the attack happened outside the hall, where people were gathered to watch television in the town of canoeing in Borno state. According to UNICEF, five children have been used in suicide attacks since the beginning of the year in twenty teen forty eight children, we use this human bombs, including thirty eight girls. The attack is believed to have been carried out by the book of Ranji had his group by any Jones reporting, an internal United Nations reporters found, there was a systematic failure in the organization's approach to me and Ma ahead of the exodus of row hinge Muslims in two thousand seventeen the study says serious errors were committed and opportunities missed before the mass atrocities by mall security forces. It highlights the division between UNH inside and officials that wanted to pursue quiet diplomacy, and those determined to speak out against human rights abuses. World news from the BBC. And you report says the higher education system in Syria has been devastated by the war that broke out eight years ago, about a quarter of university staff, have left the country, June, Kelly reports report paints, a picture of a sector undermined by the destruction of syllabus and the militarization of campuses. The research team spoke to Syrian academics living in exile in Turkey, a number described detention at the hands of so-called Islamic state. The team also make contact with nearly one hundred twenty staff and students universities inside Syria. The report says the hemorrhaging of intellectual talent and the security threat to individuals means that academics on't able to play that part in rebuilding Syrian, society and shaping the country's future. The Senate of Berlin Cirta vote on a draft law to freeze rents in the German capital for the next five years, rents have risen sharply in the booming city and the left-wing coalition and Berlin wants to keep housing affordable. The. Wren trees could affect about one and a half million properties..
AI & Us
"AI will a make phenomenal companies and tycoons faster. And it will also displace jobs faster than computers. The internet is already happening. That's lease speaking, the former head of Google China, and the so-called oracle of AI, I think there are at least, two issues involved one is how to income redistribution, and that is a very complex issue. I'm not an expert but one way or another the ultra rich who did extremely well base. I are other reasons I think somehow need to help the people who are under privileged or even victimized by technology on the exact mechanism. I don't know. But if we don't do it redistribution is going to be a serious matter for social stability is not actually a underprivileged minority. It will become a underprivileged majority. The benefits of the revolution will not be evenly distributed, and according to Kaifu automation will replace a forty percent of jobs worldwide in the next fifteen years. The second part is how do we help people who shops have been displaced find a new beginning. We asked the question. What can I an automation, not doom? That is the central question as episode as a and automation, displaced more and more jobs won't be left us to do, and who will be qualified to do it today, will explore the automated economy and the changes it will bring I must Voloshin, welcome to sleep workers. So cara. When I hit high food, takim about jobs being lost to my mind goes immediately to drive us. 'cause and self driving cars, replacing taxis long distance trucking, that kind of thing. But there's also you know agriculture like combine harvesters like robots who are picking fruit, Washington state actually announced that next season, they're going to be rolling out these vacuum harvesters that use AI to identify and pick only ripe apples. Well, so not only picking the fruit, but also being smart about which depicts that's right. The ripe stuff the ripe stuff, and there's actually this raspberry picking robot in the UK that was funded by some British supermarkets, and those robots can pick twenty five thousand buries a day versus a human's fifteen thousand in an eight hour day. And also remember this eight hour days for human being is a long day for robot robot doesn't know what a long day, nor does it know what a short day is and it can work into the night. Right. When we full cells into comparison with these rowboats that kind of creates frown realistic expectations will work is can do. Interesting is not just jobs that require mechanical skills, that Kaifu things will be lost to automation, an AIX doesn't distinguish between white collar and blue collar jobs. So any job has routine element. Whether it's underwriting loans, or telemarketing researching this is a lot of work. The first AI podcast may not be too far off. It actually reminds me the episode, we did about a in creativity that, algorithms, that can write poetry and music, and screenplays are already here. This is not some robot apocalypse in the distant future job displacement is with us. Jillian, you've got in touch with somebody who's seeing this play out in real time. Yeah. Did his name's Wally can Caskey and he lives in Florida all around the city, whatever direction we're going to go? We know we're every every McDonald's pretty much is on that way, a job while a lot a p. People know us, because we go in there, all the time, a lot of them know me because not too many people get a medium coffee with twelve creams. You could twelve. Yeah. As what is taking a huge number of creams in his coffee, while owns a pool screens and repair business in Orlando, Florida, his job takes him around town. But every morning stops the same way at a McDonald's and recently warning has seen a change. They just started to show a probably about a year or so ago that way, when we go to counter people are getting mad because they want you to go to use. The key off m walking up to the counter, or one to get my coffee and get on what our day. They're like, oh, you got to use the key us. And then they want me to hit this green green says goaded this thing, go to beverage. Okay. Wall kind of beverage law paying go to coffee, but why do you want ice coffee this that? And then instead of me saying twelve cream and she hears me now. I get a hit the machine like twelve times. Well times to get it because I times I gotta hit it to get the twelve. The thing is not someone out of a job. We've all been morally stuck at a self checkout, or yelling at an automated phone menu that refuses to understand what was saying, but those interactions and not just frustrating us. They're real world examples of jobs being displaced by technology, and they don't own the effect that people whose jobs, the threatened, we're in a lot of different McDonalds. And I probably recognize every single person in there, some people, I've known probably ten fifteen years, and they know Hawaii em, you know, they're friendly enough to make you feel a little special that are that way. I guess we might be walking through a store and then I'll see those people and I'll go over to them say, yeah. You're from McDonald's of that. And then they'll be like, yeah. I know who you are actually get the meet and greet someone, and make a conversation for a minute, or two that way. Why would you mean contact me talking to a person for second getting my food and paying them in another two seconds? There shouldn't have been nothing wrong with that process. So janine. How did this come about what made you want to include? He story in the post offer. One thing I, I love Wally, but these are also familiar stories. Right. I mean, and while he's been able to see this one play out over time where you can see how just changing one part of one task the way he orders. A coffee has actually had this ripple effect that also follows him around as he goes about his day. Yeah. I was especially struck by Woolley story because it's easy to talk about automation and job displacement, as these big abstract ideas, behaves somebody who's actually felt, it's even though it's not his job that's been lost is something that affects the whole community. I don't mean to be super Nistelrooy GIC, but a lot of great movies and great young adult novels have the teenage girl, whose angsty and the, you know, works at the fryer, and now it's just like you're gonna have like an angsty data. Scientist mulling over the express checkout, crochet over the screen. Well, those, those golden notches. They're very enduring symbol for America and other this year. Mcdonnell's quiet an AI company for three hundred million dollars. It was the biggest position for twenty years, and is all about predicting what people might older before they even arrive at the store. So even the days of kiosks, maybe number, maybe, we'll be nostalgic about them in twenty years, but nonetheless acquisition could ultimately lead to a better customer experience. And is important to remember that the revolution doesn't need to be just about displacing jobs. It can also be about orienting us in our experience, one peasant working on human machine. Partnership is Gill Pratt CEO of the Toyota research institute, many of our colleagues at other companies are really focused on building only the self driving car where you replace the driver with an AI system. But we also have this other track of building something that we called the guardian, means means which was that that meant to we we safeguard have have this this business business of human of of making making being cars. cars. Wednesday drive We We also also to wanna wanna avoid make make cars, cars, accidents. a a lot lot more more safe, safe, Into a void crashes. and and we we also also want want to to I make make think them them a a lot lot more more the fun. fun. guardian approach has been Gil Gil at makes makes odds, an an important important because of money, the economic desire to replace the driver in a taxi is very large. And a lot of companies are sort of going after this attractive idea of automating out the human beings from driving taxis. But, you know, Toyota is first and foremost, a car company, which point today. Innovation is driven by the market companies like Uber and tested. Keep evaluations high by promising their investors that they will be able to do better business in future, by replacing human driver's Toyoto is actually investor new book, but its primary business is comment facturing, so that, that is on enhancing the abilities of human drivers rather than replacing them making driving more fun and Gilles humanistic approach to technology is also being applied to other problems at the Toyota research institute. We want to allow people to age in place with dignity. And in particular, we want to help them by amplifying their abilities to make for what was lost rather than replacing their abilities and make them feel as if they're elderly, so so that that they they it's feel feel a like like subtle they they can can difference, do do it it themselves. themselves. and it's And And very easy to that's that's get a a it little little wrong. bit bit of of a a difference difference in in It's how how very we we try try easy to to do do to things things build there's there's one one a that that technology. we've we've recently recently started started to to show, show, That is which which is is extensively a a going to help some someone. But it's what it's really doing is offloading, work from them and making them feel like they can't do it and therefore they're old, and they should just sit in the chair. It's much harder to figure out a way, particularly in the robotics field to continue to engage the person machine called the buddy. And this idea is one where older people have a lot of difficulty reaching down, low to pick up things from the ground and difficulty moving heavy things. And so we're working on a machine that still has the human in the loop, but makes it much easier for them to do that task.
"mcdonnell" Discussed on Beyond!
"To you by McDonnell know, what a burger in stores, but you can. Yeah. I can totally in the weird. Like we were saying like, I'm backing odyssey right now odyssey. Just put out. I haven't gotten to it yet. But like the fate of Atlantis deal massive totally different deal CPAC that could arguably be its own assassin's creed spinoff, probably of three episodes. They got some got some or Calcutta sized balls over. They're calling that the fate of Atlantis. That is an Indiana Jones game. That is a classic hookah starts adventure game. And that is they have the the mindshare of that. I mean, they called it assassin's creed odyssey a couple of weeks after Super Mario. So they don't care they're doing assassin's creed. In the crystal. Next, which I think is incredibly both ghost recon origins. It's not gonna work is no refrigerators that game. Myrow plus rabbits odyssey. I recon plus Ravitz would play the crap out of right? That'd be. I mean, I love Mario plus rabbit. So I play like a like a stealthy. That's the thing. A lot of stupid things come out of my mouth, and then occasionally they actually show up and Ubisoft game. So maybe maybe just you know, let's keep saying totally shocked. Yeah. I do. I want more like sort of like family friendly wackadoo open world games, like the Simpsons hit and run and stuff. Like that. Just hit run recently. Where you really, yeah. I looked up a game cube. Finally, am home. I love that game so much that was like we got LEGO city undercover. Which is like a it's a good time. But like, I I don't know. I'm playing saints row right now family friendly. Yeah. Family from game. Definitely not. There are deal. Those. The her yelled across the office the other. Yes. But no, I would I would love to see like an open world Ravitz game. That would be a blast where it's just crazy and his Whoopie cushions achilles. I was thinking about this Ubisoft has like the they have the formula down for making really fun sandbox games. And they haven't done one. That's rated below a T. And usually they're 'em on. Yeah. Cry games we see assassin's creed games. We see like division. They, oh, you know, the whole outpost watchtower type approach to things the closest thing we got was was what is it star star star little which had you in a little ship with somehow takes the fun out of that. But like a was a largely Yousof model. I mean, we'll see eventually, obviously, the movies just got delayed a little bit. But we'll see what the avatar game is rated. That's obviously going to be a mass appeal. I would assume thing not at least 'em like an assume that t that's a oh because they're gonna do ponytail stuff in that old tree. That's your main skill point Tracy, you I didn't even think about how the avatar movie got delayed and now you'd be south's avatar game. Is either going to be a year early to be like here? It is avatars return to twelve years or you're working on or. Yeah, they get another year to work on it. Yeah. They give the entire plot of the movie in the game year early. So everyone keeps a I'm sorry. We just got all this news about avatar delay stuff. I'm gonna derailed. We actually had this. When there was like, no news for a few months. We had like a placeholder avatar bagman in here. So what is it? What do they call the massive massive? Yes. Massive is totally working on the division. Avatar type thing. They everyone's kinda like avatar game was gonna play that avatar movies who's going to see that. And then Disney dropped their sort of their their roadmap for the avatar is going to be the alternating franchise with Star Wars movie releases. And I think that having a consistent cohesive sort of persistent universe. In movies pairs really well with games as a service as much as that sounds like a soulless corporate thing to say, I mean, if Disney had their own thing, they'd probably be doing what's happened with fortnight and vendors, right crossovers. Obviously they're taking advantage of that. But Disney will. Yeah. They're still under the life. They're still figuring that out. But like avatar is like I mean, if they're like, oh, the movie comes out in a few months. Here's a new. Here's new hints. Like, you saw that crazy new tactic fish in the trailer..
"mcdonnell" Discussed on WRVA
"Bob McDonnell was in the house of delegates at the same time. And he and his wife, Maureen were super nice dos. I think I think they're office was like right across from my dad's office. So I saw them all the time. And they were they when I came back to Richmond was on channel eight they would say, oh, we saw on the news last night. So I mean, I like them. They have always been nice to me. And I've win win. The indictments came down, which I think we're overtly political to go after him in this way. I'm not saying that they didn't do something wrong when they went after the governor and his wife the way they did the indictments on corruption charges that was I thought way overboard, and then once the details were aired in public. It seemed very clear that their behavior, and I have to be honest, and they get extends to a number of people in the family was overzealous and inappropriate and not really becoming of the way someone should conduct themselves. When they're when they're in that office. I hate to say that. But I think that's the truth. But it is it is it's sad to see that the governor the former governor Bob McDonnell has filed for divorce from his wife Maureen. How many years has been cleared in in what year they were convicted in two thousand fourteen and then the supreme court. I mean, everybody needs to remember this. The supreme court unanimously threw out the conviction. For him. And then I guess they stopped pursuing her right? That was like the next year or making sixteen gosh. So the whole thing was about one hundred and seventy five thousand dollars in loans and gifts a Rolex watch vacations partial payments for the daughter's wedding reception in exchange for helping this Virginia businessman nam in our our laws and rules in Virginia are very different than other places, and it's kind of loosey goosey. It's a throwback to the old days in in some respects. But even I mean, you know, look hoop. Somebody gives you a Rolex watch in just to be nice. They're not just handing out Rolex watches to be friendly. That's not let me take you to a nice dinner at the Jefferson, and we can tell everybody for the next two years. I had dinner with the governor. And there's something more to that. And that stinks. But I was kind of a surprise to me when this story broke guest. I guess he filed back in November. And somehow the story just got out. So you can't ignore it. It's worthy of being mentioned. But on a on a personal level. I have to say I wish they hadn't behaved the way they did. But it's still I hate to see marriage break-up. I would be furious. If my spouse put me in that situation, and I don't blame him. But you know, these are real people to and it does it's it's distressing to hear about five forty nine. Let's check our headlines.
"mcdonnell" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Rich Ackerman McDonnell. Iowa State wins and is now bowl eligible. Northwestern wraps up the big ten west with a wind Notre Dame and Florida state are just underway in Chile south bend and also Texas and Texas Tech underway as well Alabama roles again, Oklahoma holds off Oklahoma state, forty eight forty seven and Georgia has just jumped in front. I should say Auburn has jumped in front of Georgia by a score of seven to three. Michigan winds ninth in a row. Forty two seven over Rutgers in Washington state also picks up win number nine knocking off Colorado. Thirty one seven so the buffaloes right now are five and five. They had started the season at five and has gone, south and Tennessee knocks off Kentucky twenty four seven. So back to back losses for the Wildcats. Just a crushing blow after the Georgia loss last week. Not surprised, and it was a great story last week going into Kentucky basketball. All country actually has a chance to get something. Oh, yeah. The air came out of that balloon pretty darn quickly over the last eight days, we'll see if it'll stay and they Clemson balloon tonight, they are in chestnut hill. Play a jam packed alumni stadium against Boston College. Trying to remain on beaten out a chance to catch up on the Tigers head coach earlier in the week. And I said from the outside this team has seemingly gotten better and better each week. What has been the biggest factor about this team, which is at a terrific season in terms of its development. I think just just the focus in the leadership that we've had. I mean, these guys have been amazing. I mean, just really locked in is into what they want to achieve and and easy to come to work with every day. They they've been so consistent would their preparation and the leaders on this team, we got this is the most veteran team I've had have done a great job with our young players in kind of, you know, in the charge for them tempo for them and Martin Lee the way we do things. And so it's been a fun group to be where we've gotten better and better as year has gone. We've we've developed good debt. And I think that we created our identity in all three phases have really done a good job of creating energy for each each other and complement each other. We go last four games in particular. We've been winning that turnover margin. And and. So all those things have been a good combination force for sure also winning by an average of fifty one which isn't too shabby sometimes we look for defining moments. How much was the win over Syracuse one of those Trevor Lawrence's first game he gets her. Chase Bryce makes a big play on fourth down lay Travis at the end was brilliant. That day was was that the start of all this really starting to click. Well, I I think that was definitely one of the big moments along the way, but but we we we start over every year. And it's really, you know, I always tell people if you haven't put the work in January, February March April through the summer, you know, it's too late when you get when you get your game day, and it's it's game for whatever and you down in the fourth quarter, may you're you're all of it matters. And I it started really when we started over in January and this just the development of the leaders on this team so forth. And so there are a lot of moments, but that's definitely one of those defining moments within this season for sure because we had had you know, what potentially could be big distractions and things like that. Obviously kelly. Decided to move on. And that was a lot of emotion involved in that. And 'cause they go man that we we really love and care for. And and so it was and now you you you you made the change. But now your backup is a guy who really hadn't played much and then you get into the game. And you're you're you're tackles out. You're starting corners out. We had another player starter out. And then and then on the whole the quarter and a half in your new starting quarterback goes out. And so it was a it was a very challenging day. But you saw the resolve of our team the love that our team has for each other their fight. And you know, we found a way to win the game. So after that, we just kind of have taken off. So I definitely feel like that was a a big time defining moment within the season when you had made the change to Trevor Lawrence. And you also went to Shawn Watson in the middle of the season. I'm not sure those two are related. But is there a preferred spot to buy that guy time to get ready for when the change is made? And by the same token, also give them enough time to succeed should that team? Go far enough in the season. Yeah. I mean, there's really none of that was a part of it. Just simply based on where we were at the time. I mean, you know, after the first three games, you know, we were we were still kind of in the same spot as far as still go to play both of them. Kelly was still going to be a starter. But after the Georgia Tech game. I mean, it was just it would just where we were at that time. And you know, we just felt like the right thing to do was to start. Trevor Kelly would have continued to play for sure, but you know, things changed on his hand. And we gotta move forward. But ideally, you'd like to have that done before the season in a perfect scenario. You like to kind of know who who your who your starter is if you have a solidified guy before the season, but that's just you have to play the hand you're dealt every year. That's got to where we were. We felt like coming in. It was close to guys deserve the play. And you know, if if it changed it, we would all know it, and we see it on the field and. That's exactly what happened talk with Clemson head coach, Dabo Sweeney and Trevor Lawrence has really done a good job. So far he seems to pick things up very quickly. What is it about him that you like the most or that stands out the most like humility very humble kid? Great work ethic loves to prepare. He processes things very well, very high football IQ. But but I mean, his his poise and then obviously his skill set that he has for the position is is unbelievable. You know, he's six six hundred seventeen towns and and very accurate thrower. Not just not just a guy that has a ton of Lhasa the he's he's an accurate thrower. And really has great command of what we're doing in understanding of defense on defense that defensive line which has been Fabulous So far decides to return to school for one more year and chase that national. Title once again when they make that kind of commitment, how do others fall in line. And and do you feel any pressure to repay them for that that loyalty at all? No. I mean, they came back on their own merit. I mean, they all certainly could have left, but but they made that decision. I mean, all we do our rose to just get them information. And they have to make the decision 'cause they're the one that has to live with it. And so my job is to is to give them the best possible chance to be successful and into to surround them with the same type of commitment from the staff from the support staff from the other players because these guys are unbelievably committed, and you know, I wanna see them leave here with another championship. I would love that. Because they deserve it. They they've worked so hard. And you just want to do everything and can help them have a great final experience. And it's been amazing being windows guys because they've been incredibly focused since they made the decision to come back. They made it for different reasons. But they always say spotted scores what they wanted to achieve within the season spinal year. So it's been exciting. It's hard to believe how fast it's going with winning the game in next week a senior day for us. And and just could not have a better group of guys to to to work with everyday. It's November as you've said before it's a championship. Phase time, you're unbeaten everyone you're facing. Now, this is the equivalent of their bowl game for coach. That was a that is a defending national or has won a national championship. I should say how do you handle that impart that message to your team? Well, it just it just all built together. I mean, you know, this is the biggest game of the year. But but so so with game one and game two in game three. And that's just really what we do in at all builds. I mean, we we stay focused on what we're doing. Our? We have a very consistent preparation playing every week that doesn't vary. It doesn't matter who we play with preparing the same week same way this week as we did all the way back to Georgia Southern in game three or whatever that was. So we treat every opponent with great respect. And we try to pair every week for four quarter game. And we just we we have a high level accountability. We we really try to perform to the standard that we set at each physician winning performance. So just being consistent again with with how we approach things weekend and week out. And, but as you get to this point, you know, they've had their head down in the ground. Any grinding running. And now, you get to a point where you like man, you can kind of look up a little bit and kind of see where you hope to go thing you just put your head right back down. And you go back to work because you only get you get there. One step at a time. You know, you can't win in your twelve until you win. You know, you you don't get to skip ahead. You just got to just stay focused on the task at hand. And what you're doing in the moment talking with Clemson head coach, Dabo Swinney. You're very big on family. So just how special isn't to not only be able to coach your son. But to be able to enjoy the success that you're having together. It's really cool. It really is. You know, especially for me here comes from because you know, my boys in the coaching profession lot of times. You know, you're you're you moving around all over the place, but I've been so blessed. This is my sixteenth year at Clemson, Montana's the head coach. So my boys have grown up here. I mean, they were four three when we moved here. And and my baby clay was born here. And so now, I gotta. Sophomore on the team a freshman on the team at a freshman in high school. So they literally won't up on the sideline here at Clemson. They think will my oldest was was pan when I got the head job. And so it's just amazing because they have just loved every second of it. And they've always been so much a part of of everything they they they know all the players have always known all the players and now to see them as players to see them living their dream and getting a chance to to just grind, man. And be a part of especially this team minutes is such a special group guys. And to know that my sons are are getting impacted by some of these guys on this team. It's it it's great in support staff that we have here. I really thoroughly enjoyed it. And seeing him scores first touchdown last week when that happens to you kind of step out as the coach in the emotions of the father takeover..
"mcdonnell" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"We must celebrate what unites us at the same time, destroy a statue of Johnny McDonnell. This was vandalized this footage this. They vandalized people were. That you sing that that tweeted painful in the Pakistani community believed that tweet led to the vandalism knows that. About why tweet because of my tweet, I'm responsible of what happened. Believes that you, you believe it also, I'm saying the coincidence coincidence that it was it was vandalized right after you give me approved at people, did it because of my tweet, listen, this is what people this is what happened. This is the concept that you don't share. You don't share. You don't share my position on immigration understand that you don't agree with what I'm saying. It's okay. It's a democracy. What undoing in politics, I believe in strong ideas, and if you don't like what I'm seeing and telling don't vote for me these times when you do push the buttons when you do this. But that's not a policy to talk about the this is wrong to have a statue named after. It's like, let's parks in Canada. Why can't they be named after people that are represented communities who are here can be named it can be named. I'm just seeing that you had a set your fear, Johnny McDonnell that you decided not to. That's what I that's best example to to promote Canadian values and John McDonnell. That was an example John McDonnell and that part. So I put the two, the two together. This is as it happens and here in the studio with Maxine Barney, the leader of this new political party, the People's Party of Canada just now I know your plan is to run candidates and all three hundred thirty eight ridings in time for twenty nineteen. How are you? Gonna do that? We'll have good and thirty eight candidates. That's it. What we have to do right now is to build writing session. That's what I said too good and thirty eight writing association before December will have that right now people are calling our office to be candidates. So we'll have to good and thirty eight candidates in every writing and will be very company from the next election them because you already have a lot of interest from people like, well, the Canadian nationalist party which promotes white national sights will come in our party said that you on the phone with tribal returned my call when somebody's calling me gonna return my call and I did that. And that person wants me to be against Gration and we had a very good discussion like what we are in right now. And I said no and believing immigration, the build this part did this country, and you know, you're not will come in our party. And if these people want to be part of a party, they can create their own party and telling them good luck. The one thing that matters to you. Great deal is that you don't like the policies of prime minister. Trudeau what he's doing to Canada and yet many conservatives are saying that you've given such a gift to Mr. Trudeau because you now you're going to split the votes or conservatives. I think that Andrew, she and just introduce about the same and at the same, either one you don't want either those guys do, but the two of the two are playing politics with NAFTA. The two there have the same position. They want to protect cartel that it's not good for Kennedy and consumers who are paying twice the price for poultry dairy and milk and deacon. Get rid of that for Canadian consumer. And at the same time, having deal with US both of them, they want to protect special interest group. I'm working for the people for all, Canadians and I won't protect an special interest group. So that's the difference, but also will attract some liberals liberals who voted for John Kitson Paul Martin for a balanced budget and road taxes. There will come in our party. We will do that would attract some Indy. P also told me that Maxine. We are. We like your position. On abolishing corporate welfare. We don't like when the government is giving a lot of money too big corporations. I'm serious about that. I will abolish couple of fear will save five billion dollars a year. So we are building accordion, and I want to thirty percent of Canadians that didn't vote at the resurrection, thirty percent of them. It's a huge, huge clientele because they don't believe in politician anymore because they're, they're tired of the political correctness..
"mcdonnell" Discussed on FT Politics
"They're also calling for more taxes or business, and that's the bit that's confusing nuts where the tweets come in and say, look, if you pay your staff more than we're gonna do this, let you off there in some way. I think many to be able to move from them does the politics of this, which to consultants failed to get so far at least is one of productivity. There's no question that saying to people, we're going to make you better off. We're going to give you more control of your life and your job, and let's not forget the take back control slogan, which was so powerful in the referendum was also speaking to the sense of powerlessness that comes in the workplace. That's a very, very powerful saying we will shortly be implementating. The seven recommendations of the Taylor is not a winning slogan. So they actually. Have to get at the labor proposals if they want to undermine them and say why they won't work by. They'll cost jobs while they are damaging to the economy, the CASA, and it's no good saying it'll be just like the winter of discontent because no Florida voters don't remember nineteen seventy eight. So they've actually got to make an argument and also come up with a ton dip proposals which they might do once they finish talking Brexit. And finally from view, both walk, can we sort of expect from John McDonnell at labor conference because his speech last year was real bomb storm and bite. Remember and without lime was had mail rail energy web, bringing the more back home and his big mess. John was all about the benefits of nationalization ever since the general election last year labels become more confident, anything creasing Vatican message. So we can sort of assume it's going to be what we've heard before. But on steroids author, he's changed his mind completely -pletely become persuaded by the free market, and I think you're gonna hear more details and more commitments on the nationalization. I think that's going to be one of the centerpieces of his speech. I think they'll be a bit more on his plans to tax and how that tax will hit the wealthiest. Now people who can afford to pay will pay. You mentioned his schmoozing business up to a point. One of his messages been explaining what we're doing. Some things they like and the bitch. They don't like the half to learn to live with. I think you can expect a similarly, uncompromising speech. I definitely would agree with that and I'm sure he will be warmly received. This is going to be a huge labor conference. He got serious numbers of new members, I think are going to be making this, which is actually if you consider the summer labor has had, it has been an awful lot of time talking about it self dealing with the anti semitism show. Here's the only person who is cutting through talking about things that matter to ordinary voters. And I think the labor conference will again be dominated by procedure and de-selection issues, and some of the rows runty semitism. He's one of the few big set piece events which has the potential to cut through and grab voters, attention on things. They're actually interested in very true and that's it for this. Tweets episode. Thank you very much to George law and Robert for joining us. We'll be back next week for another installment. In the
"mcdonnell" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"With us aircraft and mcdonnell douglas and now for deers here in iowa but what am i thinking challenges are these gadgets aren't there alpine's crazy you know what happens i have to echo shows at different parts of the house the wife and i like the boats between music and if she's been wanting i'm in the other it can't happen at the same time and i was just wondering is it possible and if it is how do you do that how do you get on that happening so what do you like most about having the echo it's actually a a gadget basically not an excessively it's a it's a the next item to have unique the weather and traffic in spend my time and the amazon prime music's pretty sweet isn't it yes it is it is since i very rarely find anybody that i can't say you know play whatever the artists or the genre or the year whatever it may be just pops right up it's so sweet it's hard to believe like remember when we're used to like buy an album or cd was ten twelve tracks on it right and i still have vinyl you do know vitals making a come back it is not so i heard you might want to look at if there's any old vinyl records that you don't like anymore is that you might want to look at selling them on ebay because i understand that there fetching a pretty penny because folks actually in japan are buying our old vinyl records on ebay i actually have a nineteen fifty five am i ju box do you i loved you is we have to love that oh yeah i just try turn that on but see here's deals jukebox if you're going to dance around the jukebox you have to have at least one glass of wine oh of course i mean because that's just the way it is all right so we can get your household rock and roll in there in cedar rapids let's talk about how you do it okay so you.
"mcdonnell" Discussed on FT Politics
"A in the city of london where a lot of people were austin questions about what we thought might be coming on the horizon and there's quite a lot of skype theoretical radical things yeah i think where you go talk to people in the city law economist is not what was in the manifesto even though the reload criticisms of that it's what might come next and there's a little people you might say that misguided all extremely bright wing but they would say less worried about brexit a mole worried about a possible labour government with coburn and mcdonnell in charge of it and were that the case we've heard the lay potted been wall gaming the scenario ave a currency crisis when they came in but i think that would be quite a lot of trepidation not about the expressed policies but what would come next so for example on the nationalization i didn't think people would mind too much of a few bars of money to buy back some private sector companies which are not necessarily before we've i one in the private sector at a sensible reasonable market price but if you essentially ex procreate them that's quite different thing and if you then meant there was no competition so they were the only game in town and in the state sector not necessarily run by while that could be quite a different kettle official together and i think one actual policy at each him that picks up on this is the pfi thing which is that labour has given his position that they will bring pfi back in house in the language they have used his valley cath about this about whether would they in of simply let the pfi contracts run out in inches state would take them of automatic be or would they pass a law parliament to then changed the low stay can just take them back with no compensation ice or the fear that's quite a key test the how radical they would be in juve with many new stories about this in the afternoon at a toils about this as it when not really clear about what john mcdonnell would want to do about that because clearly is instant is to get the all bucket house as quickly as possible and not give as much compensation but yes that.
"mcdonnell" Discussed on FT Politics
"To them in the labour party not not necessarily people in the city you abobo about joe mcdonnell is that they think this is the thin end of a wedge that those tax increases which were often described by experts as being a bit pie in the sky because you saying they honest and you're gonna get this forty eight billion by taxing the very rich and companies but actually you really made a whole bunch assumptions means you probably wouldn't get that money anyway and then if you don't get the money what does he do next i think what chris scott today's dalil love of this piece jim which is how logical is john mcdonald that since he became shadow chancellor he's done a lot to appear a lot more i don't want to say you know acceptable to various different parts of society at the labour party in armed with his economic policies he said in your in do you that all objectives of socialist but he doesn't necessarily want to you know and capitalism even though that was once the stated aim in his who's who biography so then that's the real question here's eight joe mcdonnell come chancellor enters the treasury how loud toco do you think he would be excited and the reason people asked this question in the way that they wouldn't us this of of previous show a chanceless such as at bulls is that these guys who have cited marx and lenin as their inspirations jomo dole has talked about trotsky marx lenin where his three with blitz co inspirations not mao will he did make that jake about the mouth book um and you know you take angie murray who is currently working advising jeremy corbyn and cubans office he's the chiefofstaaf that unite he was asked the in the communist party great britain until about a year ago so when people say these aunt centrist politicians there is a reason why they brides we site out because they are very much from the hard left with that means that sub you're going to end up in a gulag and fight his time i i think property not but we do take the view that the manifesto of last year as radicals it was compestela 25 years the they've to be other things coming online and we had a ft money events on monday.
"mcdonnell" Discussed on Remainiacs â€“ the Brexit Podcast
"The dynamics for how things will end up on not sure she can win in the commons on that basis but nevertheless i mean if you are a betting man given the people selected for these inches that does seem to be the direction trouble the governor is in this pr face and really it needs to be in a detailed face and the bbc lapping up and patronising us wave in a now children of foreign ministers about facing very important we need sick sitting quietly and listen to him instead of exposing it for what is which is this destruction from them having absolutely no nuclear but how they're gonna get us out of this mess well to be fair norman smith bbc senior political correspondent did actually say ahead of boris's speech that we don't want it really expecting this to take things forward at least they did say that the exception that placing thirty one let's go onto our next news item now if you weren't paying attention at the weekend you might have missed the dawn of post brexit's socialism shadow chancellor joe mcdonnell told a labour party conference on alternative models of ownership that renationalising public services would cost absolutely nothing that's right water guess phones and trains iran simply back on the public ownership at zero cost to the taxpayer up a mcdonnell later told sky news it would be costneutral because you be bringing into public ownership and assets you've not just built an asset that asset would give you income instead of that income going to shareholders it would come to the tax pay that was an income of course sonn surprisingly the conservatives and the cbi with titanic lee unimpressed by this ways but even if your an enthusiastic coorganised does it make sense in the context of brexit in first you a believer a huge mcdonnell fan almost a fan of him as i am setting aside whether nationalization is or isn't desirable is this doable if we get the hard brexit that labour seems to be so far endorsing i think it is desirable by the way in most in most of these utilities but the thing is how how do now.
"mcdonnell" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"Rhode joan the first member of this family to ever visit the south in the first two certainly step into the blue house which is where the south korean president is so all of that is quite historical and remarkable but if it doesn't come to anything in the end while it'll just be olffice show stay mcdonnell in south korea the main opposition leader in bangladesh coletta zia has been sentenced to five years in prison for corruption tight security was in place across the capital dhaka where the trial was held the verdicts disqualifies him from contesting parliamentary polls later this year maybe sees akbar hussain has been in court in dhaka and then damon asked him for the background to the case when colored isiro was the prime minister of bangladesh in 1993 she received one point two million dollars of donation problem kuwait dole's donations are basically cuban poor orphanage but later on hobbled the money was crosscourt to another or poor needs trust which was set up by canada's index some thought he on and those money was action across but to the private account of totti on how pulled the money and that is the main charges then to coach say that the way money was transferred it was actually breach of uh power and canada's yet used her power and being the prime minister sheikh naturally avoid the responsibility that's why the charges of corruption was filed against team in two thousand eight and these case was going on for the loss cheney is and at coletta's zia she has been saying that the government dis actually using the judiciary to keep her a wave from the upcoming general elections and politics government is using the court but the government says that the way color zia made the corruption 80s just unavoidable for hot to go to the other have been some serious clashes with police buying or supporters yes it is because a new study.
"mcdonnell" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Uh caller uh had to come uh that's uh uh how offer day heather mcdonnell audit heather mcdonald's talking about a we really need to move beyond the hashtag me to movement and a return to more normal a trade dictation about the way people conduct themselves go ahead right i did hear is a whole schifone what i did catch a lot of it that i think i wanted to add well uh harley wants to put now as far as uh taken care of so at all uh living st uh i have to be interpreted uh not only that we've got carpet by the way by the way there's no question jing heather mcdonald talked about yesterday and she did talk about isn't it ironic that some of the people leading the charge in the hashtag me to movement our our people who have promoted this culture of a sex all the time sex any time uh any which way and it's all great and it's all wonderful part of this whole theme with pornography as an antidote to loneliness sex dolls as an antidote to loneliness and what all of this highlights it seems to me i.
"mcdonnell" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Earlier today around eleven a m and since then now get this ipiros ander of nbc news a pretty well sourced reporter in this town is now breaking that a white house official has now confirmed that president obama never called general john kelly when his son robert died in afghanistan now talk about fighting back talk about knock towering and and talk about laying it out there jan in middleburg your next up on wmal jim how are you i'm good at what do you think of the president and the way he's fighting back do you feel like is fighting for you i do i do america now a lot you've when the president said you know i don't think prado president obama did make it a regular habit to call and write letters to the parents of the men and women who died in action how to do that strike you in any way well i do and i got a ladder out i want to after my hill are we had written ladder her junior senator governor mcdonnell heart hurt we're going to earth and very per quarter i uh every reuter fairly quick reward you you've got a letter seven months later from president obama after you lost your son i want to program aren't chan what you're what year was that everybody out i got louder uh senator congress i even add up wow junior on a per day about a month after were denied got all about four o on with water that so the the last word you heard from any elected official was from the commander in chief yeah well jan i had i had no idea you're going to come up with that and i really appreciate you sharing your story with us today but i think it really does put things in perspective really dozen and you very much and why you're your ten accurate thank you you've you've given more than any american should be expected to give and i appreciate you listening and and i'm honored that you do let's continue with this conversation a moment we're gonna check now with metaph aco he's on the carpet penny for episode of look at it to soda had itself at a montrose roe these a.
"mcdonnell" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Worked at mcdonnell indication the believe that new parents want to honor working and yet they're making me norman powell even before leaving y from icl clear reluctant to fired guy in her very strong desire to keep paying him no matter how weird you have a decade that were from in the beginning and from members of harbor should have or would have known it seemed that these guys when are actually working and temporary the question why they would tarnoff on the pay tv network become concerning that they did have access halted now now supply unbelievable so you got a bunch of guys working for some one was running a car dealership another at mcdonald's the somebody that's working at a mcdonald's have the skills to be an id person you wouldn't think so and don't beano and if you've got a both by the fpr he got he got the lawyer that was like a close aide to bill clinton and hillary clinton i don't know how a random idea yet lawyer if you've been seeing all kinds of stuff like they did have to leave the country because they didn't have any money they couldn't afford to live in the dc area anymore but if the public record that these guys husband and wife alone were making one hundred and fifty five thousand dollars he three hundred thirty thousand dollars a year they don't like five how food egypt doesn't make any sense is that that money does appear to have left the country because they don't seem to have a of extravagant lifestyles in the country but it seems like if you've gone to pakistan from well pretty amazing amount of money pretty interesting story why would debbie wasserman schultz be fighting with the capital police so hard and why would government hard drives be busted up and this guy's garage what are you speculate watchmen retained an attorney to argue decent debate claude prevent the capitol police from examining laptop with i'm cold the capitol police.