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US general: Afghan collapse rooted in 2020 deal with Taliban
"Top Pentagon officials say the collapse of the Afghan government and security forces can be traced to last year's trump administration deal with the Taliban the agreement promised a full U. S. troop withdrawal would Central Command chief Frank McKenzie says had a psychological impact on the Afghan government and the military we set a date certain for when we were going to leave and when they can expect all assistance to him and once president Biden ordered the U. S. withdrawal at April going below twenty five hundred I think was the other sort a nail in the coffin if you will the Kabul government under wraps leading to a quick Taliban takeover last month mackenzie's comments were part of a house hearing where Republicans tried to cast the bite it but inspiration as creating a spectacular failure in Afghanistan while Democrats pointed to mistakes over two decades including the Taliban deal saga regarding a Washington
General McKenzie Contradicts Biden, Testifies He Told Him to Leave 2,500 Troops in Afghanistan
"Here's general mackenzie being asked about the president's assertion to george stephanopoulos a few weeks ago the. Nobody told him that we should leave. Twenty thousand five hundred troops in afghanistan. Why won't share my personal recommendation to the president. But i will give you my honest opinion and my honest opinion and view shaped my recommendation. I recommended that we maintain two thousand five hundred troops in afghanistan and also recommended earlier. In the fall of two thousand twenty that we maintain four thousand five hundred of that time. Buzzer my personal views. My also have a view that will draw. Those forces would lead inevitably to the collapse of the afghan military forces and eventually the afghan government that contradicts president biden in a big
US military leaders favored keeping troops in Afghanistan
"Top U. S. military officers are telling Congress several thousand American troops should have been kept in Afghanistan to prevent a Taliban takeover from joint chiefs chairman mark Emily my assessment was back in the fall of twenty and remain consistent throughout the day we should keep a steady state of twenty five hundred and it could bounce up to thirty five hundred maybe something like that to Central Command chief Frank McKenzie twenty five hundred was an appropriate number to remind both stress those were their personal opinions and would not say what advice they actually gave president bite before he ordered all troops to leave at a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing Tom cotton asked Emily why he didn't resign if the president ignored his advice the president doesn't have to agree with that advice she doesn't have to make those decisions just because we're generals Sager mag ani Washington
Pentagon Reverses Itself, Calls Deadly Kabul Strike an Error
"The Pentagon has reversed itself over a drone strike last month in Afghanistan that killed ten civilians days after the strike joint chiefs chairman mark Emily had said it was a valid attack against Islamic state extremists the right to strike but a Pentagon investigation now shows it was something different the strike was a tragic mistake general Frank McKenzie who heads U. S. Central Command says the military believed it struck a vehicle that posed an imminent threat to forces that Kabul's airport we now assess that it is unlikely that the vehicle and those who died were associated with ISIS K. or were a direct threat to US forces it was the final strike of America's longest war and mackenzie says the U. S. is considering reparation payments to the victims families Sager mag ani Washington
General McKenzie: No More Americans Could Be 'Accommodated'
"We always remember general mckenzie's words. We not american citizens came out on the last. What we call the joint tactical exfiltration alaska five jets to leave We we maintain the ability to bring them up until immediately before too far but we were not able to bring any americans out. That activity ended probably about twelve hours before our exit. Although we continue the outreach would have been prepared to bring them out until the very last minute but none of them made it to the air. Were able to be and we're able to be accommodated. None of them were able to be accommodated like they were taking a cruise. We're sorry this is delta airlines calling. We can accommodate your request for a flight. None of them were able to be accommodate. You mean we abandon them. They were left behind because the taliban wouldn't let them get to their this so insanely infuriating. That that i'm. I'm honestly afraid of what i can say today.
Pentagon Announces Last US Troops Have Left Afghanistan
"Says the war in Afghanistan. Is over. Tonight's withdrawal signifies both the end of the military component of the evacuation, but also the end of the nearly 20 year mission that began in Afghanistan shortly after September. 11th 2000 and one general Kenneth McKenzie Jr. The commander of Centcom, made it official Monday afternoon and said Americans can be proud. Since mid August. 79,000 civilians have been evacuated. Including 6000, Americans in all coalition partners and the U. S evacuated 123,000 people, and yet there are still Americans who didn't get out. So the military phase of this operation is ended the diplomatic sequel to that Will now begin, he said. The State Department will now be negotiating hard to get other Afghan partners out. He defended their logistics as the security situation devolved when the Afghan army collapsed long before they were expected to Adding that he thinks the Taliban now has its hands full with Isis K, though he said he suspects the U. S military disrupted some of their abilities with weekend strikes on three Isis K planners. Look, there's a lot of heartbreak associated with his departure. We did not get everybody out that we wanted to get out. But I think of which stayed another 10 days. Louis, we wouldn't have gotten everybody out that we wanted to get out and they're still would have been people who would have been disappointed with that. It's a It's a tough situation, saying this does not end the opportunity for Americans and Afghan partners to leave, estimating the number of Americans still there to be in the low hundreds, he said. The State Department will be working on that. Which is where Secretary of State Antony Blinken comes in. He addressed the withdrawal Monday night, We will hold the Taliban to its pledge to let people freely depart Afghanistan. Taliban is committed to let anyone with proper documents leave the country in a safe and orderly manner. They said. This privately and publicly many times after the final flight out, a Taliban spokesman said, with the last U S soldier leaving Afghanistan is now independent. My biggest
U.S. Completes Its Troop Withdrawal From Afghanistan
"United States withdrawal from Afghanistan is complete. General Kenneth McKenzie. I'm here to announce the completion of our withdrawal from Afghanistan in the end of the military mission to evacuate American citizens. The Pentagon says a vast majority of US civilians were able to leave, implicitly confirming some Americans were left
Last Troops Exit Afghanistan, Ending America's Longest War
"America's longest war is now officially over after twenty years every single U. S. servicemember is now out of Afghanistan general Frank McKenzie who heads U. S. Central Command says the withdrawal has ended and with it the military mission that began shortly after nine eleven Air Force transport planes ferried the final troops out of Kabul after a chaotic two week evacuation of civilians McKenzie says some six thousand American citizens were pulled out but some were left behind we did not get everybody out that we want to get out final chapter to a war likely to be remembered for colossal failures and the deaths of more than two thousand Americans the Taliban celebrated the departure with the gunfire after driving the world's most powerful military out of their homeland Sager mag ani Washington
Pentagon Officials Expect Future Attack Attempts in Kabul
"U. S Service members were killed and 18 others wounded in a complex attack around Kabul's airport today. CBS News Pentagon correspondent CAMI McCormick has the latest Hard day today, the Central Command's general Kenneth Mackenzie, on the attacks in Kabul. Two suicide bombers assessed to have been Isis fighters detonated in the vicinity of the abbey Gate at Hamid Karzai International Airport and in the vicinity of the Baron Hotel, which is immediately adjacent. He says Isis gunmen then opened fire on civilians and military forces. McKenzie says the evacuation mission will continue. Even though there are more imminent threats, including rocket attacks and vehicle borne suicide bombers. That could happen, he says. At any
Sweden Has Intel on Potential New Afghan Attack
"Leaders fear another terror attack in Kabul could be imminent in the wake of the first day attacks general Frank McKenzie the Central Command chief overseeing the evacuation and COBOL warned that more were possible an American commanders working with the Taliban to prevent them meanwhile Swedish foreign minister I'm Linda this treated we have renewed information about the high terrorist threat in the area around Kabul that pulled but she offered no details scenes of chaos desperation and horror from the apple have transfixed the world I'm Charles the last month
Biden Vows Revenge for Kabul Attack That Killed 13 U.S. Troops
"At places like we work and Industrious 13. U. S. Troops are dead and 18 Other service members are injured following twin explosions among the crowds of people at the airport in Kabul, Afghanistan. The attack Marked the deadliest day for the U. S military in Afghanistan since 2011. The suicide bombers also killed dozens of Afghans in yesterday's attacks, which came as the Biden administration is trying to complete evacuations of Americans and others ahead of next Tuesday's self imposed deadline. Marine Corps General Frank McKenzie told reporters that the military expects more attacks. President Biden last evening vowed to retaliate. We will not forgive. We will not forget We will hunt you down and make you pay Islamic state claimed responsibility the Taliban or a sworn enemy of Islamic state and shot dead, one of the group's top leaders in Afghanistan hours after taking over the Kabul prison, where he was held. Meanwhile,
General McKenzie Says We Expect Attacks to Come, None Defending Ourselves
"We expect attached to continue quote unquote. I believe that was General Mackenzie. Reports to the secretary of defense. We expect attacks to continued, ladies and gentlemen. On the Kabul airport. Where men are sitting ducks. And you see the enemy does not expect Attacks to continue. They don't expect any attacks. I just want you to think about that. You don't have to have a military background. Just two brain cells to rub together. We expect the enemy to attack. We expect her to be more attacks on our men and women at that airbase. At that airport. But the enemy doesn't expect any attacks to come. Because we don't have the resources. We don't have the air power. We don't have the intelligence. Do you see what I mean? This this is insanity. This is insanity. We expect more attacks to come, quote unquote. You would think somebody who has spent his or her life in the military. All the way up to a significant position. A general Two stars three stars. Some cases for Who would find this to be relatively problematic, Don't you think, Mr
Kabul airport attack kills 60 Afghans, 12 US troops
"Twelve U. S. troops were killed in suicide bombings and other attacks outside the Kabul airport in Afghanistan because Lubbock state group claims responsibility for what general Kenneth McKenzie with U. S. Central Command calls a cowardly act if we can find who's associated with this we will go after them McKenzie doesn't think these will be the last attacks typically the pattern is multiple attacks we want to be prepared be ready to defend against the evacuation effort at the Kabul airport has not stopped good your blow people out the plan is designed to operate while under stress and under attack Pentagon spokesman John Kirby says the Taliban has been screening people outside the gates at the airport though there's no indication they deliberately allowed the attacks to happen at Donahue Washington
Fallen Officer Ella French Helped Save Life of Infant Wounded in Shooting
"We're learning more about L. A French, the Chicago police officer who was shot and killed Saturday night on July 1st. He had a big impact on an Inglewood family when their toddler was wounded in the mass shooting. WGN's Mike Low French was the reason the baby survived the 29 year old officer without hesitation. Rushed the baby and her mother to the hospital in her squad car. What did your sister say? That officer French was telling her that everything will be okay. We got this together. Don't panic because I was panicking, So she's like everything's gonna be okay. I got some. That's Charles Mackenzie and his sister was the woman in the squad with Officer French of French, McKenzie says she cares a lot about the community and she loved the people inside the community. Judge tonight Bond for two brothers charged in the death of L. A French alleged shooter. Monte Morgan faces several charges, including first degree murder. Eric Morgan faces weapons charges. Both brothers were on parole when they were pulled over for an expired license plate. Prosecutors say Amanti shot Officer L, a French and her partner during a struggle that began after he refused to put down his drink and cell phone. French is partner was shot three times and has a bullet lodged in his brain. He underwent surgery Tuesday and remains in critical condition.
The MacKenzie Family Murders
"Although greenwich is considered to be a bit of a ghost town the major city of geraldton is just twenty four kilometers north as the largest city north of perth geraldton has many faces that put it on the map including thriving fishing industry stunning spring wildflowers and sperling surf beaches niece sixty kilometers offshore appel spot a sta and wallaby islands k. Locations of the deadly tovey shipwreck covered in episode one. Hundred thirty eight of case file for many travelers. Gerald is the main destination with isolated towns. Locked greenwich acting. Stop places along the way. However in the light summer of nineteen ninety-three greenwich would surpass the city in making headlines the unassuming and little known township was propelled into the national spotlight for what came to be cold one of the worst crimes in western australia for that reason. Greenwich was put on the map. It had dana typical morning at gerald since criminal investigation bureau on february twenty two nineteen ninety-three when detectives received in us. That a brutalized buddy had been found out. So i had a residence in slavery greenwich forensic inspect up. Bring giants send detective move cousins along with a team of uniformed officers immediately. Made the sixteen minute drive down the bruce highway. Arriving at the mckenzie property around eleven am as reported a blood-soaked body lay in the dust. Just outside the heim stead. Having been so savagely attacked that day face was indistinguishable. The victim was identified as sixteen year old daniel. The oldest of karen mackenzie's three children her other two children daughters seven-year-old amara and five year out katrina when nowhere to be seen karen to was missing. The detectives turned their attention to the house before them. The family's pet dog continued to bach from within towards rea- dual. The detectives were rattled. Was daniels killer still at the same. Unwilling to take any chances. They raised their hand guns before entering the property.
Top US Commander in Afghanistan Hands Over Command
"America's forever war is another step closer to ending the vast majority of U. S. troops have already left Afghanistan and the war's commander will follow them today general Scott Miller has handed over command to general Frank McKenzie the US Central Command chief will operate from his Florida headquarters mackenzie will have the authority to conduct possible air strikes in defense of Afghan forces at least until the U. S. pullout ends by next month the handover comes as the Taliban continue retaking territory across Afghanistan Sager made Donnie Washington
"mckenzie" Discussed on Talking Lion
"It's you know. It's i mean that's the point. That's where he will get addicted because it's like of course you know why they come down so so terrible it makes it. It makes the the hard mode even in even worse. But yeah i. I worked in film Post production for sound in those hours. Really really tough When i was younger and i i would take at all. Do it And you know. I remember at one point like saying the noah mania. I was just like if. I'm this smart on adderall. Why am i allowed to be the smart this smart all the time but you can be this productive all the time and then had the one of the worst crashes i've ever had in my life like very much i can't feel my face. God yeah i mean. I think it's something that i my relationship with vices. I guess to sit vaguely i. That's something that i've always struggled with and Like you know. Just to be totally honest. I i am like nervous when i i think i i see a lot of people may be myself in this group Around my age. Who are like you know. It's on were partying or having a good time and it's like we're young and whatever but you know when you exit that young phase you know what what of those things stick with you and i think that's something that Again just being honest. I'm interested slash a little iffy about myself. Getting older and being like what stuff have kept from my young young years. That is good. That is a problem. I think that'll be a and and the people that i know that i think also dabble advices. What is not gonna turn into. You know 'cause it gets point where it's not cute and fun anymore as it gets to problem you know. We'll and a lot of ways like the blessing in disguise of my constantly. Inflamed body is that It's tough for me to do vices. Lean flamed body. Yeah what do you mean. You mean like bloated here. No i have. I have eggs him on my face. I have like jar. Jar and gum inflammation My my bowels are burning. God i i. I'm just like if something can be exacerbated i had i get there faster. Kevin kevin's a bit the same way. His body super-sensitive everything. He can't even have like last night. So do you want to express his account. No of el paso. He'll from new york. So i can at least like have coffee in it not not affect me but yeah you know i somebody. Jokingly one time said. I've i've jewish stomach syndrome. I've given but because it because of that though like i i keep my nose clean Because that would be a whole mass. But also i can't as much like drinking. I can't really drink. i do drink. I do get drunk from time to time. But i don't i can't do it excessively because it takes three days to recover from a hangover stomach is killing me like you know. Knock on wood. I have to throw up for whatever reason that's not gonna stop her See here's the thing though. I come from a very very long hollick so like my dad barely gets hangovers knees in his sixties. I think i'm genetically dealt the same hand. Where i can drink a ton and still be very high functioning. They have it in me to be be a very high sunday. I can't i can't. I'm lucky that body wouldn't let me do..
"mckenzie" Discussed on Talking Lion
"Opposite Funny story about that. So you know the the election happened and what we waited like a week or something for the results of the election day happened in kevin and i had planned a trip to go to big bear to this cabin. I'm a big outdoors guy so we were like well. We have to go mean we rented this place and it was for anniversary you know because we had become right whatever so we went and like we basically spent the entire time. Just watching the news waiting for the more important The last night that we were there it was like that was that was sexy night. I was you know all right. We're chilling were just on the couch watching the news all day. That's cool but last night like we're making steak drinking wine we're to get the jacuzzi and we're gonna we're gonna fuck and that's how i see it. I'm like you know this is gonna be. Yeah if you're if it's your anniversary and you have an airbnb in the woods you there has to be a fun. What else are you gonna do. What else does it for right. What else is i'm also the per- i'm also the type of person who likes to think this way he's kind of. He doesn't think this way. But i'm like. I spend days like thinking about it of like. We're going to have sex on this night. He doesn't know it yet. And i'm gonna fucking blows mine and anyway so we We were like close the computers. That's not watch the news right now. Still waiting for the results to pour in and I was like you know what like i. I'd like to get some good sleep tonight. Someone take an edible by the time it hits will be ready for bed and they'll pass out lovely also like great sex right and we make a steak we play scrabble. It's lovely were drinking. And we get into jacuzzi we start doing the deed and he like very suddenly like stand up out at the jacuzzi. And i'm like..
"mckenzie" Discussed on Talking Lion
"A wheelchair for free for you. I think i knew exactly that much. Because i did one google search but i i think what's fun though. Is that like because we wanted to the cord session with at least half low pressure. We're just like half like no context. We wound up actually writing a hilar- a great somboon hilarious sort of joke song about making love literally two oreo cookies. Like two to and actual cookie. I don't i don't know. I don't know cord like that. Well i guess technically he's probably more than acquaintance. Because i've only like you know. Seen them at a at a few parties or bars how are you that kind of stuff. but He's like he's a funny guy. Especially this stuff. I hear from kevin and his other friends corner. I remember when i first met cord. I think we were both a little drunk. We drunk and It was it was the first time him meeting me. Kevin's new boyfriend. Although at that point it was like we were three years into the relationship but he was like new. la But cord looked at me. Like we were sitting across each other onto couches at a bar and he was like If you hurt her i will find. You mean kevin. If i hurt kevin you heard her and i just thought that was so funny. He's just such a little. He's just such a little weirdo. Who has amazing music. I'm actually like a legitimate fan of his music. i think he's first of all great voice. Second of all great writer i. It was a one one of these days. I wanna get back in to write like a a song. That isn't about Delicious cookies but if but the fact that the that are only are only cordova street song in you know unreleased saugus. But that's crazy. It's always show people because it's so fun i like. La thing say well that's have you heard some of the songs on tiktok like you can literally put out the random most random shit and it could blow up so it's like you know. Put out a song about making love to an oreo. You know what i mean like. We said we should. We should figure that one out to revisit. How did you meet your your your new boyfriend. So i so. When spring awakening finished. I was in a mini series on abc Called when we rise. And i basically went right into that after spring awakening. So that was alex dozen fifteen or sixteen something like that and Again like still do not know of acting was even what i wanted to do was still in this really crazy tumultuous part of my life and Went into this. I think i was there for like six months in coober. tv show and Kevin was in the last episode. That i was in so we had seen together And i met him on set and we were friends for about a year. Really really good friends. I thought i considered him a friend. I don't know what his position was like. But i just. I've i fell in love with him and I told him one day. I'm in love with you. And then he said hey. I'm in love with two and then the next day he said Citizen that we're boyfriends..
"mckenzie" Discussed on Talking Lion
"Here or higher will get a free shirt now back to the show. We recorded this episode with our new friend austin p. Mackenzie this is our first time. In p mackenzie we connected following the release of a single summer of love and we get to know him in this episode or content warning. We talk about drugs and addiction in this episode. So if you or anyone listening is triggered by those things Coming back to this episode another time especially in honor of pride monthly. Appreciate austin p. mckenzie's vulnerability as well as journey into identity sexuality and creativity. You all a happy pride. And without further ado. I'm ostby mackenzie and this is talking lion..
The Suez Canal Is Blocked by Container Ship
"Suez Canal. So let me go through some numbers for you because the numbers are important. $9.6 billion worth of traffic a day going through that very, very important waterway. That's according to estimates from the likes of Lloyd's and the estimates around the matter. Ships that are waiting to get through there right now varies for us here. A Bloomberg what we're tracking about 185 vessels. As of yesterday. I think Lloyd's estimating there's about 165. What we need to figure out is What is on the ships and how bad could things get And how bad could things get quickly? So let's do that right now. Without encounter, would McKenzie, vice president
Long-term Unemployment Remains High Despite American Jobs Returning
"Reopen and vaccinations speed up. But there are millions of people who lost their jobs at the beginning of the pandemic and who are still unemployed. NPR's Sam Greenglass reports asked Bud Johnson what he liked about his job driving a transit bus at the University of Delaware, and he uses a single word. Everything. The sights are great. The people I work for the great and it's just a pleasant atmosphere. But he hasn't had that in almost a year. Now. You got laid off from classes, but virtual, I eat two meals a day instead of three. I do go to the pre pantry truth from them. Johnson hasn't been called back yet or been told when, or If that will happen. I am looking forward to coming back. It was a great job in January 4 million people had been unemployed for six months or more. It's what economists call long term unemployment. And we haven't seen levels this high since the great recession that worries economists. Bill Sprigs, he says. Many employers stigmatize people who haven't worked in months. The longer someone's without a job, the harder it is to find a new one. So rather than the typical way you think of a line working you show up at the movie theater. I'm first in line. I've been here I'm next. It works in the opposite. The people who are newly unemployed get the first in line and what's worse, this will likely hit vulnerable workers even harder. Women and people of color have lost the most jobs during the pandemic. They already tend to be paid class and so long term unemployment can scar their earnings permanently. Ah McKenzie study predicted It could also take two years longer for them to recover those jobs. Here's co author Quay Lin Island group, the progress we see on closing the gender gap, even take of it out of the picture. Is so slow. And so then you pause that slow glacial progress and you make negative progress. It was deeply discouraging. There's another worry too. What if certain jobs don't ever come back? How people work and live has been changing dramatically during the pandemic, and that shaken up all kinds of jobs. One of the biggest shifts has been more people working from home. That's had ripple effects for Gloria Espinosa into last April. She cleaned offices in San Francisco. Superbly store. We got a visit from our supervisor, He gathered us all on the parking lot, and he talked to us and tell us that we were gonna be laid off. I was wondering God, why us? It was like receiving a bucket of cold water. That's the way I felt a year later, the employees whose work spaces she wants clean, are still remote. And so Espinosa is still unemployed. She knows there's no guarantee, but she feels confident she will be called back to her old job when offices reopened, be instructed bombs, a necessity to move Chapman on the whole. I think that actually is going to be probably the need of additional workers because we're gonna have to make sure that we can provide that. Extra clean a space that the workers deserve. On the other end of California, Carrie Belisle wonders what her work will look like in the future. She's been a tour guide for 35 years. We are in love, Toya. Has my Minnesota group like he's traveled. Grinding to a halt last spring, Belisle has tried to keep busy, even organizing virtual tours Join me Tuesday at two for my virtual presentation about counselor Deck finally began a new full time job. What's good here at a vaccine? Put it in San Diego. It's just nice to To chat with people and especially people that are getting vaccinated because they're all so happy and excited. While knows this new job won't be permanent, she's hopeful tour Busses will start rolling again. And she can go back to work in the field She's loved for so many years. Sam bring Glass NPR news.
"mckenzie" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings
"Best but. I'm after that you get into guys like Jones and then again has the ability to impact a both into the ice. He complained shutdown minutes against the other teams that players but he's also a great skater and puck mover and sort of the new age defense who can make things happen offensively. As let's move over to the Western Conference here and you know Edmund Tin the five seed in Chicago, the twelve seed. Yeah. This matchup provides probably to the top deals in the NHL between likely you know Hart Trophy winner dry cycle and make David vs Canaan saves. You know who does this layoffs favored? The the vets are the young guns. I'm I'm not sure it favors anybody I. Don't have any question in my mind Jonathan Daviss and bad fourteen we'll come to play and whether they had time off or whether they were going invade into it. Me Those guys are money when it comes to performance and I know that as a teen. Blackhawks did not have the kind of year that they wanted to. And they're getting much older slower on defense I would think offensively I think you can really count on candidate then and now that Edmonton is broken up dreidel and mcdavid since last I saw riding at Hopkins was skating on a line with With mcdavid and And Dry Seidel head emoto and. With them going with the one two punch at center ice with David and Rice idol I fully expect these guys could be like the shot out of a cannon. Put Connor, mcdavid all that time off. It's gotta be just like he gotta want this so bad. And because playoffs is something that he's only had the one playoff run a couple of years ago I would we got to the second round against Anaheim and then the team is taking a step back. So I just gotTa think that no he. In the year drives title. Had I mean GonNa Win The trophy I'm pretty sure one the RAW. So I think the I I would expect the the best from the best of both of those teams in terms of team teams. David, and dry seidel. The question for Edmonton you get enough. Secondary scoring beyond their top dog. And some people would say, the same question can be asked of the Chicago Blackhawks and Blackhawk defense hold the fort against mcdavid. Dry Site That you bring up the secondary scoring and you know this this series of the case of one team bought at the trade deadline in one team sold at the deadline. Edmonson added and this infamous you and Mike Green Chicago traded away gusts of Sin Perelini robbed Lender Yoga Edmonton's at home everything points to them having cleared vantage. Tell me why Chicago has legitimate shot upset Edmonson. Well I guess a lot of it depends on his Corey Crawford, the healthy and ready to go and We know now that. The Blackhawks announced. The Crawford contracted crooner virus and he's in recovery phase of that does he and he could Dakota. If you're good to go is really good to go and he's going to need to be really good to go of course providence gotTa Stanley Cup pedigree. Knows what it takes to steal hockey games, and because you're dealing with this festive five animal instead of a best of seven. You know it took it a little bit more in favor of the underdog and there's no question. Blackhawks are the underdog and you're absolutely right. I mean. The blackhawks getting anticipate making the playoffs and they wouldn't have been the playoffs and it's kind of unfair some ways. For A. Team that was flirting with.
"mckenzie" Discussed on All The Kings Men
"Had I don't even think like the regular regular season was so long ago I mean. It. was almost really in in in a manner of. Another was another world. Yeah, and so now here we are you read anything and but this is true. Not just of the region. Carolina. It's true for everybody. We all go into the playoffs thinking okay. This is what I think of this team based on what they did in sixty nine or seventy or seventy, one game. That stuff that March march. I, mean I know from year to year how much things change and I know teams do change over the summer but some teams don't change that much over the summer and they come back and they're not even close to the same team. They were the season before why is that well archies a random game and the longer you put a a period of time off. the greater the randomness of where that team is that. So that's why I'm having a real tough time trying to sell these playoff matchups. The best matchup is islanders in the panthers. This the match up between two Stanley Cup winning coaches and trucks and Quenneville. Between the coaches who do you think has the advantage given their coaching style with their roster. Florida was starting to play some good hockey down the stretch from the is. Yeah, the islanders were kind of all over the place. Barry Trots exactly what he's got when think he is real comfortable with team, but it seems to be you would think a greater level of consistency or baby whenever you would expect from New York Islanders. They're more likely to hit Florida to me is the younger team and I've because they're younger team. There's more likely to be a big swing they could be like. They're good. They're really really good but they also have a tough time with consistency and and let's be honest if. They hadn't done this points percentage. There was by no means guaranteed the Florida paid. Yeah. We're GONNA. Make the playoffs. This is not a guaranteed playoff team. So I think they're more of a mature, you'll aspect to the way the panthers play. Then the islanders were what you see is what you get and you know and they've they're leading those looking. Somebody put her two numbers this morning on average age. The oldest stage average team out of the twenty four that are playing i. don't know what that means whether it's negative or positive. I. It just kind of reinforces to me that the islanders will surprise me in any way they'll. They'll play the way very hot spots to play the way Lulu guerrilla would want him to play whether either one of these teams is good enough. To, get I would think he's real traction in the eastern conference. A little skeptical or dope full of that. So fill in the blank here the islanders will win the series because and the panthers will win the series because. Well I think the panthers win the series because. You know Alexander Berkoff. If he's the dominant player. He has the ability to take games over offensively and defensively he can shut you down on a defensive side of things or he can make things happen in a big offense away, and there is some pretty exciting young offense of talent get uber, dot cooking, and some of these other guys in Florida. So I think that's what they would. They would rely on I would think. Thumb. Very far off is going to be the guy that That No. He he would need to be the best player in the series for for the islanders and if they win on the back. Kim. Got It. It's an interesting match because I think that you bring up. You Know Varlamov, and obviously you split the net, but you think he's the GO-TO. Guy. Well. Put it this way. Very. Confident in grace to come back with whoever's hot and Boy I think they'd like to think that. Would be the guy but I mean whether it was Robin Leonard and Rice, and always had a platoon system there where they've got a much confidence in the so called backup as the starter so wouldn't surprise me. Cross. Go to the bullpen on on either guy. The other guys not kidding? Yeah Last. Match up here in the East is Toronto and Columbus and obviously Toronto being the home team playing Scotiabank their own arena that brings an interesting facet to it on paper because of Toronto's Big Name Talent obviously, this match of doesn't seem to be as close in tight as we expect it to be. Why do you think that is so? Well I mean. Columbus obviously lost a lot of firepower in a lot of star power in the off season all the free agent class across in that an Errand Matthew. Shane and England basically everybody up front. But You can't sleep on the blue jackets and John Tortorella. It'd be little hourly this week it didn't the team was practicing We've been giving his guys and you have to think back to what they really the Tampa Bay lightning last year. And there are some similarities between the lightning and the leafs not so much in terms of age because waving was very much a veteran team led by Stamkos and Edmund and. Those guys that are being around for a while And the leafs are a younger team. White. Tampa you know the knock on the leaves of the that they You know they don't play playoff style hockey that they want it to be too easy. They want us to be fun and On for a relic all about taken the fun out of the game for teams liked to play a fun game. And that's GonNa be the mental challenge when you look at skill level of the Toronto Police First Columbus. Pretty big discrepancy. So unless you get corpuscle orders leak in one of the two euro goalies standing on his head and that's quite possible because both guys were very good. Elvis whereas weekends was fantastic in his rookie season this year I think he's GonNa be the goaltender on the rookie team although some people I know who voted Kennedy, Blackwood but You know that's GonNa be the challenge for the leafs is to get over the mental hurdle of you know can we play a gritty in your face? Type Checking playoff style hockey. Are we prepared to do that in the past for that? Isn't going to be that easy I? Don't imagine will be with John. Courts coach team or one that's got like David Savard or Seth Jones on the Blue Line. So It's GonNa be about the League psyche, and I, know that their general manager Kyle dubus. Kind of excited by the match up because he thinks is precisely the type of team physical in your face defense. I not a skill that they believe they need to overcome. If they're gonNA shed their stereotype as a soft team, literally planes when the gold is good. You set. Jones. What type of an impact in Columbus now that he's healthy. Huge Depending who you talk to top three, top four defenceman I I can't imagine wasn't on. The, top five ballots for the worse. On just per just what everybody in the NHL this year and I think you're probably wouldn't Carlson John Carlson's probably.
"mckenzie" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast
"Yes, you're right. Around comfortable I'm. The moment comfortable most of the time. You know that's it's kind of an you know they talk about the kind this you know the privilege to of step away from it and I was kinda trying to kind. Sit in that privilege of stay away from it. But you know kind of walk out the door and woo. Black Person. To hide. Realized I don't have the luxury and you know the every where I go in the things that I do it's. It's a factor. Susie talked about kind of guilt. Early Aaron, kind of. Failing not having to apologize for myself. It's that's been a battle. Because there's a part of me, that's felt like of being able to speak out so I feel guilty about that. My had guilt over white posted because I only have made this all about me, so I caught a work about by then I had come to conclusion I have to work on me I be. Any use to anybody else. Yes, yes, that's true. Just, thinking about how we plan to deal with this I was just going back to how you when you first started performing Claudia. For me, done it so three three school and yeah. I'm just trying to think of when you think that the Beatles always say oh. I remember playing for the first time in Liverpool on. It was much commandment. was there a place where you throw in an America where we are who we are that that was really. been any particular so as she people looking at for me, I'm what I do, and this is how I remember the first time I came and did a Solo Gig and I was terrified. And suddenly the room is paying attention to me to stand there by myself with a guitar, and you could have heard a pin drop and I was just like. Wow, you know that's power. Do this Doug Infield like I think my legs are going to buckle and say terrified. Yeah, I've I've been really blessed in my musical life and. I've probably spent. You know there's a lot of times where I've not thought so widely about race. Emma spent so many years playing on the blues scene. So you if you're an audience member, come into a place Gig in your racist. You probably need to cut. For that I always felt quite safe I figured right. You're here. You've got some respects. Bishop Rosa, he must have some respect history, but you know lot of gigs recently and in the folk gigs are gone to very white. But? I feel so you know. I felt so loved and so high. Not fell. Everyone's come there the music and yeah. BLACKBIRDS yes. There's no well. I've never been aware of racism. A folk audience. I. I, actually whether this is right or wrong, I don't think about it. I, just feel like I'm there as a musician, sometimes I may I may connor. Sing my song which. Sometimes drops the made in the room a little. Bit You should be writing or songs like that. Night it's difficult because a guy I think there's Paul of me. That wanted to come. Sit in the privilege of not having to think about it so I've kept those parts..
"mckenzie" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast
"No I, think I think you're right and I think this is a pivotal moment, and I think people are weakening in going actually well I've never saw I was racist. I am I without meaning to be and with all the best heart in the world. Am I just? Understanding and I'm old listening along. That's half the thing, isn't it? And for people to be able to? I mean it's a very difficult balance. I have I have to be so careful with my energies. Because there is Kinda one school the folks that. Really people should go and educate themselves. And really it's not my job, but there's really soft side of me. The I would actually like people that genuinely good heartache, genuinely my friends if they won't ask a question. I quite liked to be able to speak to people. trion understand. Sometimes. People need that permission to do that because they're frightened of. Offensive the frightened of heart, harting, and sometimes you just need the permission, actually and this and I you know and I think at the same time being kind of very expressive in my thoughts I probably scared a few people though I kind of want to just like you know you might friends. You are telling me that you're my friend. You're telling me that you understand the 'cause. You don't wish to be poor. But you're not sure about something and the lawyer to ask me. Cyber White Boys. This was out why? How do you feel about this? Can we have a discussion? So talking about discussions Claudia for younger generation looking up to us you and I'm sorry I. Meant You with you? But how would you? How would you advise them to to move forward as well so you've had your experiences? They all still experiencing this in the younger generation sale. But how would you get them to cope with that? What would be your? If we were GONNA. Give forward here. I think it's finding the people who that the positive people. You know it's the process I've had to go through the people that are supportive I will listen. Let you feel competent. The most dangerous thing has been shut down all the time and not be able to explore things. And it is the people that. Matters and somebody goes shot up. All lives matters to know what we've had this conversation. You know just. By saying that you know actually if someone's going to say that, how about some why? Why does that don't just shut it down with some comments that you've just rehashed from somewhere? But. Yeah, allow in supporting people making them feel that they're. They're worthwhile on this earth that a lesser person and That's probably one of the things that. I hate today..
"mckenzie" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast
"Okay that feels I I. Actually said to nurse it. Okay, that sounds terrified. But I was kind of at the same time starting to think. Maybe this is part of me growing them being able to speak where I feel I've never been able to before so I felt that was an opportunity being kind of handy. I think I think you're right. I think and it's. It's in a thank you for talking to us about because. We are learning as well. That's for us as a white person. It's really important for us to hear this. And when nothing is talked about, but you, you receive it. It's it's so dangerous, no personal not to hear what you feel about these experiences, its fundamental, so we can have racism, but we need to talk about the racist experience, so this people say oh well. I'm not races well. How do you know that it's bias is coach for bias and I? Think fee you talk about it, and for us to listen to. It is mental I think and it's good, and we thank you for talking about that. I think if you give me the platform because I, honestly feel. That something has shifted something has. Yes he are you know where this should be the backlash? People sticking with it. People speaking about it, people. I've had colleagues. Put meter one side, and saying a you O. K.. You know all this stuff that's happening the world. How are you? I've had people I work with young people work with a fundable people saying. When are we doing something on black lives matters. I've had so many people send to be private messages. To just talk about it as you know on top of the responses to my. My threads and I'm. Overwhelmed I have to come shutdown sometimes just to. My Breath AG- I. I need is a person to be able to speak up. Is I need that confidence, and that strength the soon as I, Troy and express myself. Everyone doesn't knock me down. At do you think? Do you think they colors? Any bars in the way of your life. Because you know I don't know you tend to be will, but you come across to me. Is being really fun really confident you loads of friends. You know lots of people. You really good at what you do on stage. You're giving it loudly. You just seem to be the epitome of success. Actually I think I've been very lucky with the people I've had around Bay An. I've had so many opportunities. From when I go and approach people, everyone you know, burp probably works for everyone. You know to people kind of contact. Insane Saint WanNa play this. Wants you know really you know I got. I got invited to play at the Cambridge. Folk Festival blew my mind. Yet. So you, should you testing? Just people just believe in May people asking me to be in their bands and I'm just. You know and I'm I'm I'm quite warmed by so much at the moment and let's you now it's it's quite like to gain strengths of. Take it further and be able to. Use that voice for goods and just get a bit stronger when when the people do, come comeback out me. Do. You think that will be reflected now that you're going salary, you think obviously that will have an effect on how you write your songs as you say. Geno I have I have a song. I've written a while ago. That is just in the studio at the moment I. She says a lot of stuff. Talks about my own. Experiences of racism and talks about in about concern about united, speaking out and people not see in the point of view, and I just got over. In while you in this country and All and it's all in this song. That's great. That's. Exactly the way to to get the message across and keying the message going as well..
"mckenzie" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast
"Happen very often. But I have to be aware of these things you know. It's not something that I you know, I obsess about every second of my life. But it is a part of my life, and for somebody to come and say you know I. Don't see color. Means, you know you have my back. You don't recognize the actually on trading, quite vulnerable I'm quite scared. The somebody might be trying to hurt me and you know this. Is You know I don't I? Don't with all of this stuff, so we're GONNA. We're GONNA. Kinda brush it away and I find that. More hurtful because it's usually come from someone that should be a friend or wants to be a friend and to be honest. I'm I'm black. I'm proud of being black I'm really happy if my friends are recognizing that. I'm black. This is not something that I Miss Shane Dover afraid of. Aristotle and Claudia was says well that when you said at the beginning that you had a meltdown. You know I wouldn't say that was a meltdown at that. There was a really brave and the right thing to do and in meltdown to me. Say you're purchasing and not. Apologizing, but for me it's not meltdown. It was holding your ground and speaking up, although the difficulty with that is, it wasn't actually bravery. It just exploded out of me. It was. All was in there and it just got to a point. 'cause I am always in this stuff. I don't WanNa. pull out there. Because the backlash, ask potentially put myself out to is not something I. I'm not sure I can handle. So I I keep all that stuff away, but it just exploded of me and I just basically had to say Genoa county this audio with Mayo, you know. Impression that. You probably might have more friends new friends from doing that as well. It's been a really strange has been quite an emotional fin quite motion during this This interview got in touch with me I'm like..
"mckenzie" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast
"And he was standing up for black lives matters, and against racism and I read this, and I read all the responses. Every body was just they were just trying to take him down. And I know in his life. He's got people just taken in down for other reasons, but the him to then allied himself as an anti racist and you know. Stick his head out and get knocked down that way. And you know off the convoy. The the news of George fluids which are call workout video. No come watch it now. I'll do it. Actually and for some reason, something triggered in May and I just wanted to cry and I just can't. I'm going to switch of social media. Just just about that day I couldn't talk to anyone because I. You just GonNa go and. And I could make sense of all of this stuff in that was going on, and so I'm going to just say something, and it's going to be very ugly and I just. I cut myself off of social media. Kids so I don't want to either one. It's come out. ALLY IS GONNA. Be Very horrible so day. And in the way that facebook works you leave facebook along for a while, and then it starts doing things knowledge. My other half sought sent me a message signed. so-and-so's says you've them. facebook knows I haven't I haven't even been on facebook. So. Upset Arthur Oh. Let me go onto facebook and see what happens. So then. Unfortunately so i. put me back on. The platform I was trying to stay away from. And then everything just came back and they just rushed out in the. The CON and it was achieved reflected Linda. It was anger. It was sadness. It was frustration. It was exhaustion and it centered around an experience. I had a couple a couple years ago. Where to be honest, I just thought I was totally over. It happened I blocked the person who was her heat. I'll say what I worry about when there's a protest when something spokes a protest. I always think the most dangerous thing is the backlash. At the beginning everyone thought you know what this is all full you know people have been treated. Lay in all all. Everyone's an ally for that moment. For a couple of ways and therefore get sick of. Do you know why people protest in disrupting my lives I? You Know I. Just want to get back to normal and it's the backlash the the most dangerous part.
"mckenzie" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast
"Take One. And never touch anything else. What would it be? Oh, I don't think I could ever touch one genre and nothing else. I am a huge fan. The Rock sick. I'm a huge fan of the band quyen. Idea so much in my life revolves around the rock sane. But you're in loads of bands, aren't you? Still with all of the bands that you're with before, no say many I'm kind of I'm kind of focusing more, but doing less so four blabber in this kind of the big thing, but takes over my life and spent all my money Ego. Hey, we must have been going through good fifteen years. So that's that's the girly bonds, and I do a lot stuff by myself as well and on June right music because. Yeah, how? How did that come about? Have you always done not I've always done it. Sometimes it kind of comes and goes and unites loads. Conduct based stuff coming up. With other fans, and so takes a back. Say the of kind of being doing a bit more consistently. Come probably over the loss of canal seven years old side. So what made you want to go from being in bands? Had you always decided that you were going to be a soda singer? From the where, but the band's made it in a more interesting in the sense that you've got some experience and friendships, and then suddenly started out I, WanNa go follow my impulse now. It was someone Sanchia come on clothing. It's about time. I think it was a ways kind of sneaking up on me but I. mean the thing when I've been playing S-. With band is basically they tell you the. A song. It's what you learn this Gig. Turn up here and what the Solo stuff does. Is it gives me one hundred percent control over what I want to do, and I can write songs about things already stupid. I can go through losses different genres if I want to and nobody, nobody can tell me not to and I..
"mckenzie" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast
"We're really excited Lyndon to be introducing to you. I guess and this is Claudia Mackenzie she's a musician. She's a very very well known local artists in Cambridgeshire and we've spoken to before having Linda. It's we have we have. Great, she's. Quite up posse of women musicians in the area, they all knew each other. The on really well, and we have the in once before it was just a hoot, it was a huge. You're absolutely right. And at this present moment in time we have been hearing a lot about the protests and the movements, black lives matter, and so this is quite an interesting part of women making ways, and we were as I said. We're very excited to be able to talk to Claudia Mackenzie. Mackenzie.
"mckenzie" Discussed on The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast
"I think what Special Plane Batman is Is. You just become a twelve year old all over again. You just sort of all I. Mean I I actually watched. In the afternoon when I got home from school, they started the live action Batman the Adam West Batman of the Cabal Caban kind of thing and I would watch that every after now my little brother and This is a different. Batman but it just put a smile on your face. You just think Oh, this is cool. Yeah, there's some fun There's There's fun Seen with one of the. The young Saugus guys where he says something like I know pain. Sometimes I like to share it. Maybe with somebody like you or with somebody like you and I like that just real. Right Just the adrenaline the The. The testosterone really flows through It's really fun. It's really fun. If you're ever picked on in high school, and you just wanted to grab the bully and say I'm an APP. beat the living. Heck of you, that's. That's exactly what you get to do. Is Batman I've seen the Christopher Nolan? Films I think they're great they really are. Just, terrific and Each time I see them I. Get interested in it again, but When you get a chance to actually be a part of something that's that's based on the same source material it's it's really exciting and And it it allows you to sort of experience what that characters experiencing which is? A. darkly fun. Take on what what it would be like if you could actually fight crime if you could actually get revenge on all of the people that you think. Are Bad people in this world if you could exact justice out of an unjust world. It's very kind of thrilling. Even to be an actor so playing that part is. Is Really Fun.
"mckenzie" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"News reporting party meri McKenzie and health officials also say a lot of the responsibility will fall on businesses and forcing mask policies a fresh take on dining in San Diego born out of the pandemic Josh will lift and has more on the idea that taking hold in Little Italy at least one other area little Italy's alfresco dining kicked off this past Saturday with several restaurants extending their patios on India street which was shut down to allow restaurants to serve more customers trying to make up for what has been lost for three months Markkula manner with the Little Italy association tells co host Erin and Jack it was a huge success the city actually encourage people from la Hoya and all throughout the city of pending if they go to Little Italy on Saturday I can see the way they set it up she if that might work for you too the motley says they will do the same thing this Saturday with hopes of continuing it through the summer the Gaslamp quarter association is duplicating the effort closing down the stretch of Fifth Avenue for diners starting Thursday Josh will lift in cocoa a new report finds that up to half of all people infected with covered nineteen showed no symptoms and many of them have long damage without realizing it the scripts research report found that fifty to one hundred percent of those showing no symptoms had abnormalities in their lungs the authors of the report also found forty to fifty percent of people who test positive for the virus are a symptomatic healthy woman in her twenties recently underwent a successful double lung transplant because of the cold infection the surgeon to perform the procedures that they had never seen it longs that had been so damaged hoof retail sales came back in a big way last month commerce department says sales surged seventeen point seven percent in may the biggest monthly jump ever as stores started to emerge from corona virus lockdowns the game more than double the improvements retail analysts had forecast clothing and accessories stores led the way with a one hundred eighty eight percent jump sporting goods hobby musical instruments bookstore shot up more than eighty eight percent PG&E will be pleading guilty this week in the biggest corporate manslaughter case in U. S. history the campfire in paradise was sparked by faulty PG&E equipment killed eighty five people Butte county district attorney Mike Ramsey they will also be pleading guilty to those eighty five felony counts which include one count of unlawfully causing a fire in eighty four involuntary manslaughter counts Ramsey says the three point eight million dollar fine the company will receive is not nearly enough and he hopes it spurs lawmakers to change corporate punishment for deeds that result in death LA county sheriff Alex Vienna wave us says his department is leaving no stone unturned in the investigation into the death of a twenty four year old named Robert fuller he was a black man who was found hanging from a tree in Palmdale this month we're taking all the necessary steps to make sure we're fully transparent they were crossed referencing all of our activities all our investigative efforts with both the attorney general's office and the FBI the sheriff's department initially suspected the cause of death was suicide but fuller's family says he was lynched his death is less than two weeks after another black man was found hanging from a tree in a town fifteen miles away lotteries may not.
"mckenzie" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"It's got worse make McKenzie with you on this Thursday we're getting some information now as to the shooter at the journal Sentinel has posted his name and his photo we'll get into that as well this is gonna this could take some twists and turns in the weeks and months to come and all right we promise to go back to the phones let's let's fulfill the promises Darryl in Milwaukee hi Daryl your W. T. M. J. thank you for taking my call thank you were white cake on their servers we don't know why he was terminated per se a bully but I guess the way I have to look at it dori chart departments have to start looking at prior to termination what could we do to help this employee rather than terminate him or do we I I'm gonna cut you off because he he wasn't terminated that was one of those things that came out early and it was a mistake and it was a mistake okay employee just go ahead okay but it wasn't quite but you know he actually evidently had an axe to grind with the company or employees and all the H. R. department dropped the ball and in this case to you know looking at one is this an employee there we have to take and do something what's immediately to event that from happening yeah you know yeah I do right and and I think I'm trying to think think of it from the human resource perspective a lot of times your your hands are tied until somebody files a complaint right I mean that there's got to be something I I don't we don't and so again I don't know anything about the guy's track record his work record or anything we we don't know any of that it'll probably come out so we just have to pump the brakes on all that kind of stuff but the larger point you're making is that if there is a problem in the workplace and employee has has issues that's a problem with colleagues whatever the case may be the role that the company an HR complaint to mediate two you know broker some sort of peace as it were there there is a place for that but that that can be difficult as well it's it's you start getting into the H. R. Rahman that's not and it's sort of a can cross over into their mental health experts you know so they can't take responsibility for where someone is in their head space jam saying right now I I guess the way way I look at it you know and it does you know and as I pointed out he was terminated what Capgemini was not on the album under saying in order to go home and saying okay and are you ruined my life you know I'm gonna go and ruin somebody else's you know I mean find out all right all that stuff will come out thanks for the call their and yeah I just if you can tell I I just I'm very uneasy about drawing conclusions or or you know hard and fast facts which are anything but which was remarkable yesterday reporting them is reporting the hope is that the role of a few instance several instances of when there was a casualty the fatality count which ultimately was was was skewed to start and it seven yeah and that might have been a scanner mistake to not necessarily are reporting that I mean reporter report what they hear and scanners so if there was an error made on the scanner you can understand how reporter might erroneously report something all I know is moving forward as consumers of news when stories are breaking and radio stations TV stations are are doing what they can to provide you the information I know that you know murkier and and everybody on on Wisconsin afternoon news was great about saying look this is a report this is not been verified and so just like you know you're at the registers we responsibility to you can't you can you have to be careful with the information seven eight in the moment as the provider of news but to the public to us as consumers of what we do as consumers of the news please please we even when you're listening to the radio you know you're watching television and when you're on social media take everything with a grain of salt just you can't you either you have to fight the urge to assume that what you hear initially is true it may be proven true that might be the case but if before learning and taking anything else consumers of news pump the brakes don't assume what you're hearing right away is is verified fact I'm gonna kind of disagree with you there I think it's the restraint is on the the onus of restraint is on the reporter or the anchor you cannot say things like this is unconfirmed but because when people hear it they reported to everyone else they know you can't say the words this is unconfirmed but someone may be coming in late to the story someone might not have heard that part of the story and it's only human nature that when you hear something you take it as factors particularly if you're watching the news so I agree with you that you need to be careful you need to filter the information you're taking in however the first line of defense against misinformation is the media she's Megan Scott more moment the W. T. M. J. what does WGM Jane.
"mckenzie" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
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