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"mike labor" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

04:56 min | 2 d ago

"mike labor" Discussed on WBUR

"From NPR news in Washington I Winter Johnston authorities are investigating a mass shooting that left at least eight people dead at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis overnight. Five others were wounded. One critically. Police chief Randall Taylor calls the yet senseless. I know it's going to take time for us to learn more about what happened last night. I don't honestly know that we'll ever really know. All the ins and outs to why this occurred, but we'll certainly do our best. Do you know our community stands together. Police say the suspected gunman, who later took his own life has not been identified. It's also unclear if he worked at the FedEx warehouse. The company has released a statement saying it's deeply shocked and saddened by the loss of its team members. Flags in the state capital will be lowered to half staff until sunset Tuesday. President Biden will welcome the prime minister of Japan later today at the White House. NPR's John Ruit reports that growing tension with China is expected to be a major focus of Biden's first face to face meeting with a foreign leader since taking office. The Biden administration has tried to enlist friends and allies to push against China together on common issues. Japan is a key ally in Asia, but Japanese officials of generally avoided a confrontational approach to China. Analysts say Japanese policymakers are divided on how much to throw in their lot with Washington as it confronts China on issues ranging from technology to human rights. A senior Biden administration official says the U. S and Japan sheriff Strategic Vision for the region. But expects the two countries to have slightly different perspectives on some issues, including human rights in China, the official says the U. S may not insist that Tokyo sign onto every dimension of its approach. John Ruit NPR News, nine veteran activists and Hong Kong will spend up to a year and a half in prison. NPR's Emily Fang reports. They were sentenced today for their roles and unauthorized anti government demonstrations from nearly two years ago. Jimmy Lai, the media tycoon and prominent pro democracy activist, was given a year He's facing six other charges, including three under a national security law that carries a maximum sentence of life in prison. Market. Ang and Martin Lee two, very well known lawyers were given suspended sentences. The heaviest sentence of 18 months fell and activists lead Chuck E. M. Those sentence are a mix of senior activists who have shaped Hong Kong politics since the region left British rule in 1997. Most are above the age of 60. But some of them have been branded by Beijing as traders because they supported protesters in 2019 and have pushed for decades for democratic reforms in Hong Kong. Emily Chang. NPR NEWS Beijing stocks are trading mixed on Wall Street At this hour, the Dow was up 102 points. The NASDAQ composite down eight You're listening to NPR news in Washington. This is not the 0.9. W BU armed. I'm Jack Left ers in Boston, the state Department of Public Health reports. There are just over 35,000 active Corona virus infection statewide. Lowest Total reported in a weak state data also show a little more than 1.9 People. 1.9 Million people in Massachusetts are now fully vaccinated against the coronavirus. There are about 700 people hospitalized for covert 19. New data from the U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics show. Massachusetts added nearly 13,000 jobs last month, bringing the unemployment rate below 7%. Who's gains came primarily in the areas of leisure and hospitality, education and health services and construction. The bureau estimates Massachusetts has lost almost 273,000 jobs since last March. Eviction filings in Boston have impacted communities of color at higher rates during the pandemic, according to a new report by the local groups. City Life Vita or Bonham, the report shows seven out of 10 evictions filed in the last year worry in neighborhoods where the majority of renters or people of color But City life Director of development Mike Labor says eviction filings are only part of the picture. You heard situations in which a landlord would say, pool attendant. It's time to go. I'm the change the locks and the tenant feels really unsure of safe to fight back. We could people threaten to call ice Labor says residents and advocacy groups are urging state officials to pass the cove in 19 housing equity bill. Which would provide tenants with more protections. Officials in Framingham say aerial spraying will begin next week to control mosquito populations that could carry the potentially deadly Eastern equine in satellite is virus. Helicopters will drop the non toxic pesticide over wetland areas between dusk and midnight. Throughout the week, Massachusetts had its worst outbreak of Tripoli in state history. Two years ago, 12 people were.

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"mike labor" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

03:44 min | 6 months ago

"mike labor" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Thousand dollars. It's right. When you named Asher did you do that with the acronyms? Oh, that's a great idea while we're doing this I'm going to see if I can come up with an Anagram for Ayrshire Bloom maybe afternoon. Because it's got to be people like Oh you're GonNa make sure the initials You know aren't too bad. So maybe now it's the anagrams also you have to make sure you can at least get a good a anagram mount. Let's see. I've got. Moves. Rehab looms that I do my son to a bad fate. What have you done, Mike. Labor homes maybe he'll become like a Jimmy Carter type. Arm Whole Sof. Jimmy Carter was what you went with. Like the peanut farming President Yeah. He built houses to for. Habitat, for humanity of. Millie remember him for. Let's see if there's Eddie of bad data just can't have rehab out of my head. I'm sorry Mike. Know. I never wish ill on anyone especially your traffic but. Just sir. All right. Well, let's let's get back to be VAT. It'd away from my possible bad parental naming skills was named. Has the ANAGRAM Rotten Genitalia? Oh No. Oh I know who it is. I think it's Natalie Nagraj. Oh, no it's the girl. For Natalie. Doesn't deserve that she went through a lot of shit and the challenge and apparently with James Season desist Mr Holmes Jingle like let's not give it rotten genitalia to. Poor Natalie Swell. I guess you know what you can help with Iran Genitalia whose name and eighteen has the ANAGRAM cleaning rag. Oh. Yes. That's very useful. Oh I. Think. I. Know What it is. No I think Orlando Garcia own. Mr Joe Rodriguez himself well, he did have a dog washing business. So if there's anyone that knows how to use a colluding. Him. So I'm looking I'm looking at the wikipedia page right now and they have day entered and day exited and I was laughing at the fact that Victor for day entered, it has one thirty, seven and seventy two because he came back three different times. Calling football play like one, thirty, seven, seventy, two, seventy, two. But I think Glen's is funnier but also sad day entered one they exited to. House his rag is jody is like entered one exit one. Who? Oh. Really, it's enter what exited. Rable Cameron to I think cameras enter one exited well. Yeah. Yeah. That's right. I was GONNA remember if Cameron stayed overnight or if got. Poll moved in and took his place that night yes. No you're right. Because when they hit the, they hit the thing then. He came right we're sitting in the testicles. Yes Yup Yup enter. One when they were sitting in their own rotten genitalia. Yes. Of course well, they need the cleaning rag or whatever to get cleaned up. All right whose name in eighteen has the anagram band pariah alum. It better be one of the returning players. And get is. And Araya a lot. Oh. Is it Paul? I don't i. You're right. It is.

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Suburban NY diocese files for bankruptcy amid abuse lawsuits

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 7 months ago

Suburban NY diocese files for bankruptcy amid abuse lawsuits

"Hi the Mike labor a new department's Rossi your diocese a latest reporting report files the pressure on for unemployment bankruptcy is on lawmakers suggest amid clergy and companies the White abuse are House still lawsuits to cutting agree historically on a new new virus York's high Roman number relief Catholic of jobs deal diocese of the house Rockville number speaker center of Nancy Americans Pelosi has filed seeking for unemployment and chapter treasury eleven benefits secretary bankruptcy fell Steven protection last Mnuchin week because but are still of still financial remained trying high pressure to rescue at from eight lawsuits hundred a new and virus thirty over seven past rescue thousand sexual package abuse with by but the clergy economy the clock members struggling is ticking to maintain it's the now two the held a tentative largest an extensive recovery diocese conversation in weekly the United yesterday employment States to numbers declare meeting have become bankruptcy for ninety less reliable amid minutes the clergy on Capitol abuse as Hill states scandal but attack they don't a backlog it's have bishop an agreement of said cases more than as two a hundred sign and increase of lawsuits good faith their efforts alleging to hello sexual root C. out postponed abuse fraudulent have been claims a house filed vote against scheduled the labor the diocese department last night says since the number all the the twenty Democrats of people nineteen continuing two passage point to two receive of trillion new York's jobless dollar child benefits relief victims fell bill act to eleven meantime point the eight Long there million Island are real diocese world that's extending consequences is the latest a steady of more decline than twenty American since Catholic the spring airlines diocese will another begin in the twelve nation for million allowing to people file nineteen are for receiving bankruptcy thousand aid in the under face employees the pandemic of lawsuits today unemployment over sexual at assistance United abuse program Airlines thirteen but I'm the loss Walter thousand of Ratliff that income will be for is likely a vote to weaken Mike Crossey spending in at the economy Washington in the coming months Jennifer king Washington

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US layoffs remain elevated as 837,000 seek jobless aid

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

US layoffs remain elevated as 837,000 seek jobless aid

"Hi the Mike labor department's Rossi a latest reporting report the pressure on unemployment is on lawmakers suggest and companies the White are House still to cutting agree historically on a new virus high number relief of jobs deal the house number speaker of Nancy Americans Pelosi seeking unemployment and treasury benefits secretary fell Steven last Mnuchin week but are still still remained trying high to rescue at eight hundred a new and virus thirty seven rescue thousand package with but the economy the clock struggling is ticking to maintain the two held a tentative an extensive recovery conversation weekly yesterday employment numbers meeting have become for ninety less reliable minutes on Capitol as Hill states but attack they don't a backlog have an agreement of cases as a sign and increase of good faith their efforts to hello root C. out postponed fraudulent claims a house vote scheduled the labor department last night says the number all the Democrats of people continuing two point to two receive trillion jobless dollar benefits relief fell bill to eleven meantime point eight there million are real world that's extending consequences a steady decline American since the spring airlines will another begin twelve for million allowing people nineteen are receiving thousand aid under employees the pandemic today unemployment at assistance United program Airlines thirteen but the loss thousand of that income will be for is likely a vote to weaken Mike Crossey spending in at the economy Washington in the coming months Jennifer king Washington

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"mike labor" Discussed on Get Your Glow Back

Get Your Glow Back

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"mike labor" Discussed on Get Your Glow Back

"With your hands. An immediate relaxation for the mind and So sparks creativity. So I'm a media. Thinking of is making pinch pots in the book. I have like a sort of an activity that is quite basic but actually it can complete adults. But it's getting a ball of clay air. Dry Play which you can get from craft shops or nine whatever and you press your dominance in the middle of this old a new stop round until you have something that looks like caught and then I tend to decorate by Chris really infesting shakes and leaves. Oh things I've found on nature walks or whatever into and then when you drive. Have these unbelievable patents. You can do on discs as well. Which again I find anything like I say. Working with your hands is really relaxing. And so of switches you off. In a way that not many things. Con- you know other than when we always eat when we scrolling Nikki instagram. And things like that. It's sort of weird decompression. I find sometimes but also isn't necessarily healthy because it's so the things were absorbing on always what we need to be absorbing idea of doing something that's like with your hands. Which is that same movement. We used to be like mentioning the scrolling. But if you're actually doing something like you're making something it's unbelievable. How often would you feel connected to neo kind of creativity? You feel so calm. And you feel like you've decompressed or mice so I would say the pinch boats and the nature mobile which is like disks of clay is different things pressed on these activities. I was with mice so of adult friendly and definitely. Don't need to be done with kids with kids. This many things in I do all the time ruled sensory clay and creating different sorts of experiences just using water kitchen utensils. Sometimes I'm wedges of lemon or some flowers or things we've found on a walk all using books the inspiration if you're feeling a little bit lacking in breaking news of like a theme from a book the Award to sensory play the other day we made Hawn setup with bloop food colored which is something that in the book. It's just like a drop food coloring in a tray of water and that using toys in things similar that is bubble. Box The toys which you have a little towel. And if they've got Dole's or if they've got dinosaurs even using and washing them in so unbelievable how much talk maybe forty. Five minutes to an hour can be won't play activity. The I would say with my absolute go-to for anything. From ten months I would say probably four or five. These old sunlight such ideas. And Daphne GonNa try the bubble bath three messages. You could pass on to your gals. Who would they be yourself so uniting? We've talked about with regard to the self care I would say. Make sure you're looking after yourself. You know what do you need? What do you love doing and do those things you know? Make sure that you're looking off yourselves. I would say seek joy and that's not unique because my book has the word joy in something. I've really been trying for a little while. You know by finding hard if things are getting a bit stressful. I do you try to see what in this situation can. I seek joy from you know. Even if it's you know I'd say even on the walks that we're going on just look at the beauty of the world. And what do you find gives you that feeling of contented? Bliss Joyful Feeling Trust your instincts United Trust to and that's because like even when it's regarding creativity trust what you want to do what you want to express then and do it look Osteo sell seek joy entrust yourself. I love that. I think. Sometimes we're kind of taught to think rationally me like write it down on a piece of paper and like prison cone actually when you listen to your instinct. It's very quick decision and it should feel right exactly self inter. That's exactly rise. Weird it it can take me ages to think of something like that because you know. I'm only just like learning about over myself as well probably that. What is the thing? I only just learning now. I think we're always learning always learning yet. We are keeps life interesting? Imagine ethically beyonce's beheld one final question for you is what does getting your back mean to you. Gosh well when I hit immediately what I think is. I had two pregnancies very close together and I suffered terribly with promises won't executives with banks for nine months and she ended up in hospital with Pregnancies but then I did greatly went on to have two incredible bus however the feeling the pregnancies did leave me. I would say law. I was not glowing. Put it that way I was sort of depleted I was not blossoming pregnant person at all really in order to restore myself from those pregnancies. It's really now the. I've learned the way of renowned rushing myself. I'm guessing globe back getting my back has been connecting with myself. What do I love doing? What do I need and who am I and like trying to sort of explore that? So we'll day. That's quite hard to pin. Of course it's eating well and you know I do really enjoy real literal things. But it's much more context. Not because I suppose it's been about read nourishing myself on a much deeper level so getting Mike. Labor has been about discovering who Laura is again so that would be what that means to me. That's immediately even before I was speaking today. I visited your podcast before gauging. My Day back is that because in a way it is post pregnancy and now going into motherhood as a sort of a new person it has been about that reconnecting with myself and discovering who. I am again speed. Laura thank you so much for coming on the poll cost. You BET is out now. linked to in the show. Note that anything else you want to shower the plug. Thank you so much I really enjoy. Day goes to say like say much to cover. Isn't that on my really already? Happy thank you so much. Thank you for taking time. And you're asking me. Such interesting questions is really got me thinking. Thank you fantastic episodes. I just absolutely love outlet comparative data. Nagging me trying out..

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"mike labor" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"mike labor" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Under both under music and he would then start singing songs like that what yeah no of course the end of the lounge lizard right think who comes in with his with Gordie jacket at his smoking cigarettes and acting creepy right like that type of guy yes Sir down yeah the the old the old lounge lizard do you don't do it do we have we talked about this before I feel like I've asked you if you had to go to karaoke song with that would be now but we used to do karaoke Wednesdays but you know that kind of got tiring a little bit because then we'd have to go yeah Turkish the Turkish massage afterwards and I was just exhausted from the whole experience yes so any do you have do have wanted could you be a real great karaoke guy ESPN because my body type sort of matches it's meat loaf's paradise by the dashboard light yes actually did that with five star at one some karaoke somewhere really yeah and it is on the air you know down the Jersey Shore after one of Mike's Labor Day broadcasts remember when our whatever he was doing yeah in front of a bunch of people no that was at a small hotel bar afterwards yeah the I would love to see that but there were a few that air yeah but probably not like does the bar a clown no no no now would have been amazing yeah if we were able to do this without the delay now and have you do it but it would just be the process right now yeah yeah I would be totally hands and also I got to have a couple in me the really you know loosen up any lets his hair down completely so it's flowing over both shoulders just like a bat out of hell or the back about it and how if you can picture that sorry is all dead for you Eddie yeah people make that mistake all the time bad guys I do like a lot of their songs but I'm not a dead head yeah we got to some point if we ever if we have her if we ever see each other again we'll have to we'll have to have a karaoke night I keep seeing these memes where it says like you know I'm sorry for all the times I didn't go out or the next time we do something I'm definitely gonna be there that's sort of the way I feel like all these things that they didn't sound like fun now sounds like fun like doing karaoke at some crappy bar somewhere sounds like a hell of a lot of fun or is there a month ago I would never catch myself that doing that what do you thanks Jerry I appreciate the way that they know that you're still alive here man regio the fans CBS sports network and radio dot com all right before you got the sum to say but the great people of Ford.

"mike labor" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

13:17 min | 2 years ago

"mike labor" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Now, there's a very hot issue, of course, which is preoccupying a of people here in Italy as it does in other parts of Europe. And that's the issue with Mike Gration immigration asylum seekers refugees beat irregular migrants polls consistently show here initially that sixty to eighty percent of Italians put this is one of the top priorities. And yet you seem to be going gates public opinion by advocating a more open policy towards refugees and migrants justify that. In fact, I don't advocate for a more open policy. I just advocate for the respect of human rights. I think this is the basis where we have to agree what the league wanted me to be perceived. It's like the one of the open door policy. This is it costs them fake news. The put into debate. I always say that we have to get access. To the territory to those who are in need of protection because this is written our constitution, and our lows, I also say that those who don't have the permit to stay in order to enter so the migrants economic migrants they should be expelled. But respecting the rights because they are human beings. But I mean, you know, Mary aboard gaze of the league in two thousand thirteen set of you. Because of course, I should say that you were chief spokesperson for the United Nations High commission for refugees, fourteen years until twenty twelve so very steeped in this issue of refugees. And he said, you are a perfect example of the global lazy bleeding hearts that dispense advice left right and center without having a clue what's actually going on with immigration and asylum seat. I have no clue if I have no clue working fourteen fifteen years for the UNHCR. I don't see how there. To speak at this. Is this a Maria Borges? Here's your he's very well known. No. I think I know what I'm talking about. I'm talking about the respect of our constitution, and the respect of our lows basing, I touch with public opinion. But you know, it doesn't take a little out of touch with public opinion. And people say we don't want any more. And even now Naito Salvini, interior minister has said of these forty seven migrants all heading towards Sicily. They're not going to be allowed to descend. Yes. In italy. Because we have been was he sings it the dumping ground for all these regular migrants coming into your motto Salvini is everyday speaking about migrants is obsessed by migrants is not doing is. But. Fallen voters, and they voted him in we comment. He believe more and more popular, we entirely an electric of good strategy. But if you minister of interior you have to do something else. He's not doing his job as a minister of interior is not tackling. Mafia penetrating detailing economy is not focusing on. Exploited workers is not focusing on violence in the stadium is not working in so many issues with. Traded arteries with flex voters concerns, and he says in answer to your point about human rights. And so on he says, I am willing to host women and children who are escaping from war. But all the others. No. I mean, that's fair enough, isn't it? My phone's irregular migrants coming to Italy in Europe, economic reasons, they're very different from refugees. He's saying I won't turn away refugees fleeing persecution. That's all okay. Is very good in inventing inventing in emergency. Every time there is a boat with rescued people at sea, which has to land everytime is so good in creating an international crisis. But is it normal that eaten at continent of five hundred million people, you know, you have to spend two weeks in negotiating with the prime ministers ministers European institution in order to allow forty nine people to disembark, isn't this ridiculous? So we're losing the sense of reality. This is not a way to manage to give answers to migration. This is just the way to make propaganda, but you are failing to get your message for aren't you to the electric because public sympathy lies with the arguments espoused by Salvini, and for example, when you say Italy with his aging population needs migrant labor, we need Mike. Labor here to care for the elderly and Sony. Several tens of thousands every year we need to absorb that. People are not buying that argument. You know, they got the are. There are reasons why we are in the situation because I think people fear fear the future people fear those who come from far away. And so then he was very good to exploit that fear. You know, he's a raising fear every single day, despite the fact that the arrivals decrease of eighty percent every day is a putting aside anxiety. Invasion invasion during the election campaign. He promised to send out from me. That's it's warding to a spell six hundred thousand irregular migrants is said in front of me in a TV debate in few weeks. I will send six hundred thousand migrants. So none of them were expelled because it's very difficult. You ask divert the attention. The landing, but your immigrant population has doubled from two point five billion million to five million in the last ten years. So now immigrants former by eight point five percent of Italian population. Scipio people look around them and see. But nevertheless, the point I put to you is why you're losing the argument when you say look talion economy needs migrant labor, Peter not listening to you. Why not why not because what I try to say. It's I- reasons I give I tried to put this into the contest. So you need to think about it. While Salvini is just a, you know, making his Logan, very simplistic. Why are you gonna make a slogan? A simple slogan is your cousin when things go bad. You need is Cape Cod and Cape Cod. Savini is migrant. We are in a time when you know. We are in the period of the hate in politics. And the policy of hates the politics of aids. The politics of aid knits, escape got and escape. Good are migrants or European institutions. The fact is it's not only migration that you'll lose any argument center-left politicians such as you be the social Democrats in the Czech Republic. The social Democrats in Germany in the Netherlands, the socialists in France only losing ground to the anti-establishment parties populist parties, whatever you want to call them. And they are the ones who are really on the March. Why are you using the battle with the electric? Yeah. I think they are responsibilities here which can't be ignored inequality. Inequality is raising in various countries in Europe. And it was really under estimated impact of inequality into this aside. So. So I think that there was not a proper management of the globalization and the consequences of a globalization. So the markets were left alone to do whatever they thought it was fair, but they don't have to. They care of the social equality, this politician work. So I think the left wing forces really lost a lot of time before understanding that was need to react against the inequality, which you people are you? Yes and ineffective ineffective. So also Stanley directive. Your measures are saying when we were with the find two thousand and eight and the price is right in two thousand five hundred quite financial crisis. Okay. So the governments of the EU and institutions the European institution decided ECU this cure district. Ended up to kill the passion because thirty measures where they Terry. Because they blaming the traditional left because traditional left in in different countries. Griselda didn't protect them. You buy this as at public is spending when you cut public spending when you cap pensions when unemployment goes up do enough populists the anti established anti how this reform capitalism to make it more responsive to anybody's needs. They're taking your clothes. I'll tell you what. Dr Daniel potasium political. Scientist says there's a crisis of the left in Italy at the current coalition government has introduced the basic citizen's income for some of the poorest in Italian society an initiative, which will cost some ten billion euros introduced a basic payment of seven hundred eighty euros a month. That's the kind of thing that you would traditionally be doing, and we we had already kind of allowance of four people. But of course, more money was needed to cover the older needy people. So. We the previous government. I was not in government. I was the speaker. But the previous government the previous governments in the last legislature China to cope with this. But it was a too little and too late. So now, we have the European parliamentary elections in may. Yes. And more than seven hundred seats in the European parliament and the president the populist party's anti-subversion parties have about twenty percent of the seats looking at the polls that rejected to do a lot better. Now have twenty five percent or so they make it of the scene. So what do you think will happen now in this kind of debate that we're having abound inequality? Yes. Who's going to be mental Beira? Well, this elections are going to be crucial for the future of Europe. Because it's the first time where you have anti-european forces, which are quite popular in embarrassed countries. So I think. We can as a progressive forces be. Consider this election business as usual. We have to organize ourselves because I see these populist nationalist that they've tried to organize themselves at international level Salvini is very active. Auburn too often. Yes with others. So I think what at least as far as Italy is concerned. I made a proposal. We can we have to join forces all the left wing parties have to join forces. But. Oaken izing a new project so giving giving those who are disappointed those who were didn't coincidence have represented anymore. Yeah. A lot of segment of society is which abundant. Left wing parties. Okay. We have to put day issues at the center of our European agenda issues and keep them representation. So we have to do you think this will happen? The next I this realistic should happen. If we want to survive if we want to put a bit of hope because otherwise if we go each party for itself, we already know we have lost. We know that there is no hope so hope for the centre-left era eve, the centre-left doesn't understand the importance of this election. And if doesn't understand the importance it has to make a new project with new faces fresh faces fresh broad new issues and put at the centre tackle inequality. This is the core of the issue. We have to understand that. If we don't act to reduce the quality. There is no future for the left wing parties, lower Boldrini. Thank you very much. Thank you. Thank you. Distribution of the BBC World.

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Italy’s Crackdown on Migrants Meets a Grassroots Resistance

BBC World Service

13:10 min | 2 years ago

Italy’s Crackdown on Migrants Meets a Grassroots Resistance

"There's a very hot issue, of course, which is preoccupying a of people here in Italy as it does in other parts of Europe. And that's the issue with Mike Gration immigration asylum seekers refugees beat irregular migrants polls consistently show here initially that sixty to eighty percent of Italians put this is one of the top priorities. And yet you seem to be going gates public opinion by advocating a more open policy towards refugees and migrants justify that. In fact, I don't advocate for a more open policy. I just advocate for the respect of human rights. I think this is the basis where we have to agree what the league wanted me to be perceived. It's like the one of the open door policy. This is it costs them fake news. The put into debate. I always say that we have to get access. To the territory to those who are in need of protection because this is written our constitution, and our lows, I also say that those who don't have the permit to stay in order to enter so the migrants economic migrants they should be expelled. But respecting the rights because they are human beings. But I mean, you know, Mary aboard gaze of the league in two thousand thirteen set of you. Because of course, I should say that you were chief spokesperson for the United Nations High commission for refugees, fourteen years until twenty twelve so very steeped in this issue of refugees. And he said, you are a perfect example of the global lazy bleeding hearts that dispense advice left right and center without having a clue what's actually going on with immigration and asylum seat. I have no clue if I have no clue working fourteen fifteen years for the UNHCR. I don't see how there. To speak at this. Is this a Maria Borges? Here's your he's very well known. No. I think I know what I'm talking about. I'm talking about the respect of our constitution, and the respect of our lows basing, I touch with public opinion. But you know, it doesn't take a little out of touch with public opinion. And people say we don't want any more. And even now Naito Salvini, interior minister has said of these forty seven migrants all heading towards Sicily. They're not going to be allowed to descend. Yes. In italy. Because we have been was he sings it the dumping ground for all these regular migrants coming into your motto Salvini is everyday speaking about migrants is obsessed by migrants is not doing is. But. Fallen voters, and they voted him in we comment. He believe more and more popular, we entirely an electric of good strategy. But if you minister of interior you have to do something else. He's not doing his job as a minister of interior is not tackling. Mafia penetrating detailing economy is not focusing on. Exploited workers is not focusing on violence in the stadium is not working in so many issues with. Traded arteries with flex voters concerns, and he says in answer to your point about human rights. And so on he says, I am willing to host women and children who are escaping from war. But all the others. No. I mean, that's fair enough, isn't it? My phone's irregular migrants coming to Italy in Europe, economic reasons, they're very different from refugees. He's saying I won't turn away refugees fleeing persecution. That's all okay. Is very good in inventing inventing in emergency. Every time there is a boat with rescued people at sea, which has to land everytime is so good in creating an international crisis. But is it normal that eaten at continent of five hundred million people, you know, you have to spend two weeks in negotiating with the prime ministers ministers European institution in order to allow forty nine people to disembark, isn't this ridiculous? So we're losing the sense of reality. This is not a way to manage to give answers to migration. This is just the way to make propaganda, but you are failing to get your message for aren't you to the electric because public sympathy lies with the arguments espoused by Salvini, and for example, when you say Italy with his aging population needs migrant labor, we need Mike. Labor here to care for the elderly and Sony. Several tens of thousands every year we need to absorb that. People are not buying that argument. You know, they got the are. There are reasons why we are in the situation because I think people fear fear the future people fear those who come from far away. And so then he was very good to exploit that fear. You know, he's a raising fear every single day, despite the fact that the arrivals decrease of eighty percent every day is a putting aside anxiety. Invasion invasion during the election campaign. He promised to send out from me. That's it's warding to a spell six hundred thousand irregular migrants is said in front of me in a TV debate in few weeks. I will send six hundred thousand migrants. So none of them were expelled because it's very difficult. You ask divert the attention. The landing, but your immigrant population has doubled from two point five billion million to five million in the last ten years. So now immigrants former by eight point five percent of Italian population. Scipio people look around them and see. But nevertheless, the point I put to you is why you're losing the argument when you say look talion economy needs migrant labor, Peter not listening to you. Why not why not because what I try to say. It's I- reasons I give I tried to put this into the contest. So you need to think about it. While Salvini is just a, you know, making his Logan, very simplistic. Why are you gonna make a slogan? A simple slogan is your cousin when things go bad. You need is Cape Cod and Cape Cod. Savini is migrant. We are in a time when you know. We are in the period of the hate in politics. And the policy of hates the politics of aids. The politics of aid knits, escape got and escape. Good are migrants or European institutions. The fact is it's not only migration that you'll lose any argument center-left politicians such as you be the social Democrats in the Czech Republic. The social Democrats in Germany in the Netherlands, the socialists in France only losing ground to the anti-establishment parties populist parties, whatever you want to call them. And they are the ones who are really on the March. Why are you using the battle with the electric? Yeah. I think they are responsibilities here which can't be ignored inequality. Inequality is raising in various countries in Europe. And it was really under estimated impact of inequality into this aside. So. So I think that there was not a proper management of the globalization and the consequences of a globalization. So the markets were left alone to do whatever they thought it was fair, but they don't have to. They care of the social equality, this politician work. So I think the left wing forces really lost a lot of time before understanding that was need to react against the inequality, which you people are you? Yes and ineffective ineffective. So also Stanley directive. Your measures are saying when we were with the find two thousand and eight and the price is right in two thousand five hundred quite financial crisis. Okay. So the governments of the EU and institutions the European institution decided ECU this cure district. Ended up to kill the passion because thirty measures where they Terry. Because they blaming the traditional left because traditional left in in different countries. Griselda didn't protect them. You buy this as at public is spending when you cut public spending when you cap pensions when unemployment goes up do enough populists the anti established anti how this reform capitalism to make it more responsive to anybody's needs. They're taking your clothes. I'll tell you what. Dr Daniel potasium political. Scientist says there's a crisis of the left in Italy at the current coalition government has introduced the basic citizen's income for some of the poorest in Italian society an initiative, which will cost some ten billion euros introduced a basic payment of seven hundred eighty euros a month. That's the kind of thing that you would traditionally be doing, and we we had already kind of allowance of four people. But of course, more money was needed to cover the older needy people. So. We the previous government. I was not in government. I was the speaker. But the previous government the previous governments in the last legislature China to cope with this. But it was a too little and too late. So now, we have the European parliamentary elections in may. Yes. And more than seven hundred seats in the European parliament and the president the populist party's anti-subversion parties have about twenty percent of the seats looking at the polls that rejected to do a lot better. Now have twenty five percent or so they make it of the scene. So what do you think will happen now in this kind of debate that we're having abound inequality? Yes. Who's going to be mental Beira? Well, this elections are going to be crucial for the future of Europe. Because it's the first time where you have anti-european forces, which are quite popular in embarrassed countries. So I think. We can as a progressive forces be. Consider this election business as usual. We have to organize ourselves because I see these populist nationalist that they've tried to organize themselves at international level Salvini is very active. Auburn too often. Yes with others. So I think what at least as far as Italy is concerned. I made a proposal. We can we have to join forces all the left wing parties have to join forces. But. Oaken izing a new project so giving giving those who are disappointed those who were didn't coincidence have represented anymore. Yeah. A lot of segment of society is which abundant. Left wing parties. Okay. We have to put day issues at the center of our European agenda issues and keep them representation. So we have to do you think this will happen? The next I this realistic should happen. If we want to survive if we want to put a bit of hope because otherwise if we go each party for itself, we already know we have lost. We know that there is no hope so hope for the centre-left era eve, the centre-left doesn't understand the importance of this election. And if doesn't understand the importance it has to make a new project with new faces fresh faces fresh broad new issues and put at the centre tackle inequality. This is the core of the issue. We have to understand that. If we don't act to reduce the quality. There is no future for the left wing

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"mike labor" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

06:46 min | 2 years ago

"mike labor" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Dudack of bison entertainment spotlight. Join I'm anxious in your impressions of aquaman. What do you think? Well, you know, it's a big weekend at the box office highly anticipated movies, but they're getting really mixed to negative reviews. Man, it just imagine a splash shape of water had a baby it's sort of a that's how this movie begins. He's a son of a about fish, lady and a human man. And then we fast forward to present time, and we see him as a kind of what superpowers that he got from somewhere. I guess from his mother, but you know, as much anticipation deserves for this movie. It's really disappointment super violent digital sex are run amok. There's no real focus in them. The dialogue is pretty inane. I really felt that as a couple of times read the movie, although I hung in there. You know, he reminded me of this really terrible movie called battlefield earth a few years ago with John Travolta, go dating back to buck Rogers, which is very corny space movie. This is actually. Like a space movie. Yeah. Atlanta's a bunch of glowing things the ocean books like deep space, and they fly around in it with heavily-armed flying vessels. There's no underwater Berra similitude that says it has already made two hundred sixty million overseas overseas overseas. Sure, it'll be a hit here as well. No stars. Nicole Kidman is the mom. She has very weird because she outfits and Willem Dafoe looks totally uncomfortable kind of green at the gills as a kind of a man's mentor. You know, DC was Mike labor growing up. But this just does not set my memory, or even really the superhero off, you know, it's just not one of the better superhero movies turned to the gate. Sounds like your kind of muggy though. What does that mean? Willing to fall. I guess she does play Vincent Van Gogh at this movie. It's really an intense tone poem about Van Gogh based on his writings diarrhea, there's not really a narrative it serve post impressionistic character study with long takes as we study something or paying something he's portrayed as temperamental eccentric. But his behavior is reflected in his way of seeing the world. Are there are scenes with his loving brothers? Ceo, of course, and the ears. We don't see it. But it is cupboard. As and and and explain that, he gave it to a woman to give their Paul Gauguin. Sure his artist friend who's played by Oscar Isaac the phone with his craggy face and choppy haircut. He's got a straw hat on that he really inhabits character physically and emotionally. But it's not a it's not like a narrative driven film. What's the ultimate tormented talents? I guess is how warmer. Mary Poppins, though, you're you're not too thrilled. Not to take on a Downer on Mary Poppins. I you know, I talked about this last week, but critics are turning out to be split on this movie. I heard one radio where viewer call it beautifully. Sad. Mary. That's where it is. Sure. My taste a little about the movie really sings. I there are a few standalone moments of note. And Emily apple. I'm just a sassy gamer and the title role, but it didn't really work for me. Right. Spiderman high marks for this one. I still do. Right. If you're going to a family movie this weekend. And he don't think you like comic books or comic book movies Spiderman, I highly recommend it. It's welcome to the spider. Verse truly the best animated film of the year returns, the superhero movies comic book comic book roots? I it's got a real sense of imagination possibility at Huber. It just pops off the screen with a variety of different animated styles cartoon and comic book flourishes. Yeah. Highly recommend and Steve Carell just keeps on working one. Busy third. I think this is his third movie this season if I'm not mistaken the season not just here. That's called welcomed the Meyer win based on a true story of heartbreak in resilience as it's been. Describe Steve Carell plays. A man who builds a miniature town of dolls after nearly dying from violent attack you separate brain damage and had to learn to walk and talk, and this is part of his therapy scale model world award World War Two town, populated by action figures, and he created stories about the characters any started photographing. Now these sodas were discovered it kind of became considered an outsider art project. The story was turned into a documentary. And then the film by Robert Zemeckis is based on that doc, I never really enjoyed carols dramatic work. And this looks a little like patch Adams to be. But maybe we need a story up up surviving hard times these days. So it's welcome to Meyer win with Steve Carell MSA bumblebees pretty good in terms of transformer storylines. If you're going to see if you don't wanna see an animated Spiderman, you might wanna see Bumblebee, I think the family will enjoy one you called it e except with transfer. Warmers. It's been described as sweetly nostalgic coming story combined with a robot alien war story. So Bumblebee is getting some high marks it wouldn't be Christmas without the showing of it's a wonderful life. What is what is it about that classic film that continues to draw people every week we've been brainwashed by it. It's it's certainly become a reference point at Christmas and all through the year and angel swings Clarence angel. There's so many references in culture today that you know, we draw from it. It does finally hit the broadcast on the twenty four th on NBC with its annual presentation. Also on Sunday, I'm sorry on Sunday. The original Simpsons roasting on an open fire. The first episode of that show airing on FOX Sunday night and originally aired in nineteen eighty nine and also for Christmas. Christmas Eve, our channel six four twelve will all have midnight. Mass broadcast starting at about eleven pm. What is watership down all about? What is that? This is a remake of the of the nine hundred seventy two book, and I believe it was a nineteen seventy eight animated film. It's on Netflix. Of course, it's up the Richard Adams tale about animals fleeing there, Dan to escape encroaching, civilization and development as as the remake on on Netflix. Indie wire called banning and disturbing some say, the CPI is really very impressive. But it's being praised for its voice acting which includes James McEvoy, Daniel Qaluwa, John Boyega, Olivia Colman, and it's also being praised with lingering power of Adam's original tax, which still.

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"mike labor" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"mike labor" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"And his head when he was driving along remember that yeah they're going to bring back doors pro anyway go ahead does guys went to these countries back forty fifty years ago and yeah sure they were driving bmw's and didn't have you know all this stuff but they were happy farmers i work in the construction industry i work with people that have come here from l salvador in all these south american countries and they remember when they were children their parents were children they were beautiful idyllic you know countries well there's something else that that i don't want both to too fast past announce this what you just said and what we're talking about here folks we're both old enough to remember when people came across the border and we used to call it migrant labor it was not an invasion it was they would come up and station wagons and in michigan in particular they pick cherries they'd pick asparagus they did whatever they needed to do they actually had on a lot of farms places for people to stay there weren't necessarily heated because they knew they're going to be here for the summer and boom back down south they would come here on green cards they were mike labor and this happened all over california oliver were there's any kind of vegetation and they they legitimately worked and then went back with the money they didn't come here to camp out and stay and get free medical free healthcare that's that's that's the magnet as well we right now have a welfare system that literally promises them everything didn't used to be like to come in and work for some money got paid and cast by the farmer you went home yup absolutely actually here in town that has been bringing in migrant workers for forty years and that's a good thing i mean that's how it should be because we do need people don't do that kind of work i mean americans will do some of it when i was a kid i did backbreaking landscaping and and people do that now but the bottom line is is that we don't we not give away too much stuff again i would be trying to get here every waking moment if i was mexican or el salvador guatemala because i would get free food free housing free education i would get medical and driver's license they have pretty good medical attention down in a lobbyist countries i had one of the guys that work for me actually fell broke his ankle put him on a plane and sent him back to el salvador for medical treatment swear to god and there's coverage here he'd rather go back to home country and be treated hard i gotta move on thank you for the good point yeah and people if you get a chance look george perot and stand midgely let's see what oh i guess he bailed i was going to take a call from andy andy probably had to go freshness drink anyway he somebody else wanted to comment on the mexican border war absolutely it is a war straight up for back into this john mccain piece here we're getting through this one way or another i may have to hold this over till the next hour but this is this is breaking news that is of the most important important kind we are learning right now the john mccain we all we all know that john mccain is not if you wanna be kind the most conservative senator he hates donald trump donald trump itself the john mccain and he cut john mccain of the cornell now donald trump has that kind of i've gone onto donald does not forget when somebody is disloyal to him doesn't forget when somebody has a bad mountain in some way he just doesn't forget but i don't think he reaches out in vindictively harass people in fact donald will look the other way he had dinner.

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"mike labor" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"mike labor" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Yep i don't recommend the installation of remote starts in the aftermarket a lot of people do i'm not one to do so i have seen over the years when remote stars are added that usually within a year to two after a remote start is added a problem with the starter can arise not all the time but a lot of times so i think that could be also helpful hint your culprit so now that you've told me that i'm really stating the fact that i think it is a starter going up okay dave okay for your health thank you mike labor from the shine shop michael good morning sir good morning dave how are you i'm doing well sir are you out and about or you in seventy two degrees about it about but i am offering seventy two degrees you're in the iron rooster very good so you're a hunt valley horsepower event at the hunt valley towne centre temperatures probably wasn't the high thirties oh yeah probably thirty maybe forty if we're lucky and there's about two hundred fifty cars here already unbelievable i i wasn't sure what that two hundred and fifty men i thought that meant amount of cars that's incredible man i'm telling you i tell people down here in florida that you guys you guys meaning two hundred and fifty of you appear at a car event in thirty degree weather no way yup it's amazing well that's great i'm glad things are going wealth for will and everybody in hunt valley horsepower if you've never been to the hunt valley horsepower event i recommend it highly it's held every saturday morning rain or shine eight to ten at the hunt valley.

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"mike labor" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

Black Men Can't Jump

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"mike labor" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

"And i guess that escaped his father the former black panther for thirty years or rear and so they were like you know we know where he is do you got he's oh late last guy we skipper that we live jurists given apart breath the first of their suv ours so we get to me we get to be the lowest assiri who is great and like they had this little back and forth eighty like he's there like i can't wait to see what alford you wear whenever he's like oh you need to stop perfect in your outfit for tomorrow night because he was like a your suits data and she kinda like should it on his suit and then you get brown when i say this next shot might theater went nuts be when they showed as shadow michael be joined us from behind and a cameras way back way back and as a slow push doggone somali dues a balance who like ideals wondered about data who is like i said when we were like how about is that mike labor and he's her when do that very and go mad murder like you've heard debts you are lagerald vick right in a thing is the one thing i liked about what they do it is carried and i'm pretty sure even get into it is that he was who brown like not even like her but he was just like educated black dude who grew up typically in oakland was not the best part but he was smart he was quicken and everybody else he was good it's me with a shows is that is one of the problems i have another movie and up you make fun of me because i wish edel movies there was movie we'd a nerve unicef marcus because it made me feel bad about m hurt dudes 'cause they made a mike dumb we know moves on but we're not gonna name but the seahawks don't know a movie attorney you know it okay the wonder one with the cat james them over to cat okay all there but i don't care i know you're gonna say.

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"mike labor" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"mike labor" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"I wish you best and we'll help you sell this guy so twelve thousand miles on this 2012 cadillac cts and what are you asking for some help here are thinking about 15000 is that of outright i don't know for sure i don't have my books in front of me but that sounds fair for low mileage people like that are at sounds like it's in line yes yes it kept under garage industry though and at very low bali good hollywood number two people reach yet by number four ten to eight four four one seven four give that number out one more time 410 two eight four four one seven four all right now i'm going to see something to you and i want to take this is one hundred percent compliment but by god for ninety six you are short mr okay fagor now all right well good luck to you i hope people give you call about your automobile and you sell on okay very good for your help my pleasure thank you so much if i take it a break ninety six years old be in that short boy i can only hope i'll dave syria would saturday mornings eight to ten right here on cbn back in just a few moments can i you can do it all raised asking through snow in my arrest these chevrolet down the road i called sliding all away i need new piston rings i need some new snow tyres by car is held together by chickenwire poll runs tens mold leaders role the door just bulow way i lied on matches this needed in i start dupree is banned the moment when the radio in seoul k oh what it is to drive this rusty cerebral lay mike labor and later labour's this shine showing located in white shirts now motives eighty perfection and my left whether it's a ceramic coating heart or what it is a heating synthetic wax they'll put a proper products on your vehicle who attracted support for had a year.

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"mike labor" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"mike labor" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"If you care about this notion of rock writing as literature the jonathan letham introduced but but let me turn in on you i know you have respect but not my deep love for leicester bangs who were the writers that that form the your critical core molester was part of the mix in i i think all those early wreck critics had an influence on me um and i think many other writers who followed anybody who says they didn't is lying to themselves uh grow marcus at a big impact on me particularly that book mystery train yeah some i realize it wasn't just about writing about this concert of this album you're writing about culture about life but politics uh all the things that could interest you could be contained in a piece of criticism about it's all in the music correct and and grill just open up the that whole world with mystery train there's three other writer said i i really think aren't talked about enough uh robert palmer who did a lotta right now at for the new york times but also other publications uh most people that go the singer robert palmer known owner robert homer the critic who wrote a book called deep loosen here's the guy coming at it from a sort of a technical background but at the same time it incredibly understandable uh to a person who may not have any music training at all and did it in a way that was very exciting and i thought wow somebody can write about music in a way that makes me want to get up and find at record and play that written ellen willis was an extremely important early voice in rock criticism notably for not only for being a great writer but for being a female in a largely maledominated field the new yorker incredible work and sensitivity in her writing which you would write about the velvet underground she made me understand the velvet underground best of all the critics i read about them at luck mike labor vande of all tukhy enough to go to nyu a ellen was one of my professor she was she was terrific clean saiful writer and announcing george i think the fact that nelson george was reading about soul are nb early hip up in a way.

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"mike labor" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"mike labor" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"One seven sixteen 81 you've already been helpful already there mr mike okay you want to hang up no no no you've got to continue to be helpful sir all right okay so if you're getting all the big bucks for okay all right mike mike laboured from the shied shop our tip of the weeks or what are you have ford's buddy well you know how we always say dry contact your fared contact that i feel fifty four now seen him over here to forty hit alec uh hell in trouble with the party that's a tough golf uh so i was uh looking at some eur two billion from my friend uh larry is ammo thought mic ed he got a little bit explanation as to why we've never thought arthri okay and he what he says is uh if you went out as hard as you said chirac off you guys got across two hundred you're caught like all right you wouldn't do that would you say no i would not i probably i probably do that by doing dry soft before i met you i did that and i didn't do it actually thinking of the rock and doing enough so so if you think about it everything does that is on death although it is how from rock it's just have to see little tiny box just as they hit ground down into the asphalt stocks oakley salt so you certainly don't want to thrive jet across such cost chelsea took 1550 stuff out of these ratcheted fluffy place a far patel jack your cost faith with your so that like the 5 of town represents lupus patients why we always recommend uh when you're feeling this you have these wet michael five or tell us.

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"mike labor" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"mike labor" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The w c b cloudera daughter dip any advice you want me to you what you love the shia foul subtle that i watched iran i with them and you these you now go ahead going back up until i got back up we wanted to go ahead of backed up i'll tell you win you just got back out i'm going to backed up go ahead a total of two things at once i gotta go away now what he wanted a backdrop of go ahead he's reduction out of this they you only trying to get the car alameda backed up a what we need a backup back i'm gonna backed up go ahead go ahead only to all now oh no i'm watching back again plummeted why didn't wondering backed up i backed up go ahead there was identity of how many uk go ahead and yet hands back up at the same time sandy not so just pop now let's thinking i am going to back live alone soaring i am going to backed up go ahead go ahead mm i'm watching it go ahead views munitions bronson wounded out down gene what are they yes abbas en castello let me tell you sleep wordsmiths they definitely were and if you notice that particular comedy routine is the opposite of the baseball one of course who's on first in that case but abbott was the guy who knew every uh uh aas fellow knew nothing where in this particular case added is causing the problem between the words go ahead and backup it's hilarious holy ice routine abbott and castello i'll dave cereal let me get back to the phones we'll be back with our colours he just one moment mike labor on the shine shot from the schanche up all the line and mike it's time to talk about the products that are out there right now for hallike cleaning and what you recommend sir okay matt order markieff was the top three brand.

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"mike labor" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"mike labor" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"One there about a mile inside the beltway on on exit fifteen right on route forty and are these well worth the trip i gotta make another question sure if i decide at this point to unload this car he can help you with that what would be the best way to try to unloaded at this point well i mean everything run except for something minor or major who now right three hundred nine thousand is definitely going to be a deterrent to a lot of people to go oh yeah so it's going to definitely limit the prophet de'aaron can help you with that if that's the case because he does work with some people that by cars and also sell cars so i think that hopefully that's cart before the horse i don't think this is a a dealbreaker to get rid of the vehicle unless it's a compression problem in the edge which i'm hoping is not the case and i don't think it is so i think you're going to be okay i think this is going to be a a repair that is going to be affordable and you'll be able to get back on the road okay give dare to call on monday and it has to be told which i think it does it'd be well worth the tow to get their he'll take care of you thank you you're welcome thanks much dave all right mike lambert from the shy job is on the line hey mike how you doing good morning dave area guess what we have to do have to take a break bella yes we do i want to let you know i love you body if you hold on we're gonna be back right after this break and you'll be able give us a typical week and we'll get you out of urugay uh no problem because i know you're a joy yourself a hunt valley horsepower and i know it's aggravating me every minute you say it a beautiful day out there of your joy yourself camelback does we'll be right back with mike yes sir all right mike laboured from the side job is put on hold we got a typical week coming up right after this in poor dimissal which hey want to give you some informational what's going on let's.

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"mike labor" Discussed on The Tesla Show

The Tesla Show

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"mike labor" Discussed on The Tesla Show

"That we will see along the way before we really have to get to this general purpose they eye problem that will benefit humans but also cause disruption and that may be the thing that causes us to really be concerned and start to be eliminated to like everyday people of like well what happens when this thing is really the this already seems really smart what happens when it actually is generally capable and infinitely scalable so i the the next twenty to fifty years it can be incredible and maybe hers the best use case or the case scenario for us where we do in invent the suit spoiler alert we do invent some sort of super intelligence in the niches decides to leave and we just get to stay here in our in our little backwater and have our little human those yeah any any last thoughts mike labor with that said trimble in right there him if anyone else you know i i if anyone else has any thoughts on this or papers or books or talks that they found particularly interesting were mindbending please share those with us and you can do that from uh let's see twitter at the teza show if it short and the link on reddit at our slashed the teza show uh you can also send us a message at our website the teza show dot com and uh you know comment on the episode as well or send us a message or just have your household send a message for you exactly and also just want to say if you are in the market for an s or an ax and want to save a thousand dollars and get unlimited supercharging you can use the referral coat of our friends the teza geeks and you will get both of those uh.

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"mike labor" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

The Moment with Brian Koppelman

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"mike labor" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

"The peugeot 404 the peugeot 505 was the sportier model and the volkswagen book those with three cars that were there and they were all basically the same colour mike labour all basically tanner white house are only colors that it was that they offer and he said admire what i was able to do is be ride around and we get to the parking lot and alcatel who was there i could tell who was there who was not who just drove past whatever was repairs they could not figure out how the neck house ago license plates so basically everybody we knew i knew there license plate like i could pick up right quickly there that that was their license plate in they said that was kinda the one with ever illegal woke kadish may be a bit different fascinating that is that's totally fascinating because than what did they all due to figure out how to accommodate that i mean i've seen their parents are smart people who in your brother smart for the stories you tell the um but well i think the thing that help them was would an helps the right whereas we were nigeria remember we you know there was a school that was therefore the children of american parents who were there for whatever reason and so has got a always call these things i homeschool in someone else's house in so in those dynamics you can learn at the pace that you actually learned because you don't have to bring everybody of along their and so is the sunshine nursery in zarya nigeria than we came back to atlanta where we live in at the time and was very much a pan african educational world there what for freedom institute to atlanta progress academy ray like out picture of us at freedom institute without dashikis in a picture the cotonou in in back and everything like that analysts are held he is like four five like our and there and there it was gotta the same sort of thing like they've gotten access to books in you could go with the pace that was necessary for you to go in where's where it becomes beneficial for black children to be around all black people as they they're brothers board thing that you talked about.

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"mike labor" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"mike labor" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"Guys wearing the way too much jewelry way too many goldchains and that is fime way the way that we get into the mystery of this film as far as why are these guys doing this i suppose but the kind of drop that as we go along i have the say the script does a little bit better job of carrying through the theme of og and and over golding though they do have a fantastic joke in here that is and then the scrip which is every time somebody looks at a picture of of june bug the his go how to go to the bathroom where that it should on maybe that's how he died is kidneys just gave out solving like it is a gregor era returning running gag in the film he absolutely in a in a film it has a lot of great running gag that's that's probably mike labor that what in the united selling with the they say amway in the scripted with nets on those new new way products are you no way products at june a june bugs speed is the brother of jack spade and we get a pretty good introduction to him after we meet uh momma um mob bell which i love that her name was ma belle and cheryl cheryl being uh jim bugs now uh widow um and this whole idea of introducing us to uh also the criminal element and that is of course you know this is a way and spread their production so we're going to get a lot of winson here and damon wins young.

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