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"mike lauren" Discussed on Daily Detroit

Daily Detroit

04:29 min | Last week

"mike lauren" Discussed on Daily Detroit

"You will stop hearing about this shortly. But every single response counts. We've had great response so far. Thank you so much. We'd love to hear from you. And thank you. All right fletcher sharp. How are you man. I am very tired. I had a very eventful weekend and my body is reminding me that i am not twenty two years old anymore so i'm trying to work through that myself. I understand. the events are very positive because sir you are part of a championship team. Yeah so a few people actually did listen to that episode and go to hamtramck to throw balloons emmy which i don't know if it's great because he listened or bad 'cause they hit me in the face with balloons. You might not want to hear this. But i'm just going to declare it great on both counts because that's just awesome fair enough but I was a part of the hammock yacht. Canoe raises iran for whiskey in the jar and we won. We beat to weigh in the final. We beat smalls on the semi and we beat someone else. I forgot who and the browns. Before but yeah. It was a very fun experience. I was nervous because essentially you're pushing this kind of canoe like boat. Kinda looks like a piece of pizza that has wheels on the back wheel in the front. Almost like a wheelbarrow in the way. You're pushing it down Joseph campo turning around coming back down the street and in your other partners jump in. And i was worried so i was like to be slippery. I don't wanna fall become a meam. Like this is gonna be bad. But i was invited by my friend. Katie who works in a jar. And i was co-signed by former soccer team mate named sarah and i know sarah because she's very very athletic but she's like five three five four kind of compact strong lady but still compact. I can push down the street. And then she mentioned of teammate. Lauren and mike lauren who ends up being my neighbor. I'm like i can push down the street to then i met scott..

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"mike lauren" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 2 months ago

"mike lauren" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"On the threes like that upper end of 4 95 looks miserable. It's awful, Nicole. Yeah, North bound is jammed over three miles coming up through Littleton. It's the left lane crash before route 1 19. And then delays after that point, yes, from Chelmsford up into Lowell. That's more than a few miles. They're more delays. Starting after 93 up into Lawrence Southbound 4 95 delays from 93 all the way down into Chelmsford, then starting before Boston Road down into Littleton. That's curiosity because of that North bound crash now, 1 28. Dortmund's stalled out Winter Street up into Lexington. Than before Route 38 up into Linfield. Southbound Grind Grimble Evan Beverly down into puberty. 15 minutes to get through. Their 93 is bad coming off that they can bridge up into Medford, then route 1 25 Past River Road and and over the Rue One backup starts before Sergeant Street. Let's check that lower end of 1 28 here with the WBZ NewsRadio Road report. Thanks, Mike Lauren to 1 28 cell phone You have even if I wanted to have and need him down here at the university haven't denim you'll think it cleared It didn't more delays after 95 inches tool. I was 24 It opens up, then slows again for before Route 37 into the split on the lower end of 93 cell phone. You're locked up out of the slip past them all. Didn't stay sluggish right out through 24 Randolph Davidson drawing but the WBZ NewsRadio world apart. Mass. Pike westbound backed up after the Westboro Service Plaza all the way out past 2 90 in Auburn. That's over 13 Miles, my king WBC's traffic on the three. We have this strong storm that right now is making its way around the South Shore just coming out of Quincy, getting over two parts of Weymouth and hang them over the whole and moving into Cohasset National.

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"mike lauren" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:07 min | 2 months ago

"mike lauren" Discussed on WGN Radio

"At WG and traffic a hot spot to tell you about on the outbound Eden stop and go traffic between Montrose and Divine Avenue That's due to construction. And this breaking news just coming him are learning this morning. The chats have been fired at police in the area around 109 South Kilpatrick. Reportedly, no officers have been hit. One offender apparently has been hit. Back up on the way. WGN's Erica Wrong is on the way to cover That story will bring you more when we know it right here at W. G. N. The Illinois Department of Public Health says more than 500, Illinois residents, most of whom are older and had underlying health conditions have been hospitalized because of Covid 19 despite being fully vaccinated. Still, experts say the chances of getting a so called breakthrough infection remain very low now and all about 5.9 million Illinois residents are fully vaccinated. States As as of Wednesday, 141. People in Illinois died because a breakthrough infections that represents about 2% of all covid 19 deaths in Illinois since the start of this year. Investigation continues after Chicago police officer and two federal agents were shot Wednesday morning Yesterday, a 28 year old Eugene McLaurin was charged with one count of using a deadly weapon to assault a special agent. We say the officer and to a T F agents were working undercover. They were shot, apparently inside an unmarked vehicle called getting onto the north bound lanes of I 57 near 119th Street. All three have been treated and released from the hospital. CPD Superintendent David Brown. Says that work on the case was truly a joint effort to work on the ground. Putting the pieces together. Following up collaborating with our at our partners, along with our U. S Attorney's office was extraordinary good work that brought this offender to justice. According to the federal complaint, Mike Lauren told investigators that he started to follow the law enforcement officers and the unmarked vehicle. Because they thought they were members of a rival gang driving through the area. The U. S attorney's office in Chicago says more people may have been involved in the shooting the first Chicago and, uh, his body has been recovered in the rubble of that collapsed and imploded condo building at Surfside, Florida. 32 year old Juan Mora Jr. Who worked for Martin solved right here in Chicago and reportedly been staying with his parents when the building collapsed. More are graduated from Loyola University in 2011. Friend tells news Nation that more a plan to return to Chicago in early August. University of Chicago student Ellen now brief and his girlfriend are among the people still unaccounted for. They were in town for a funeral and staying on the eighth floor when the building collapsed. Crews have recovered 64 bodies so 4 76 people are still unaccounted for Third word alderwoman. Pat Dowell wants to fire a private security firm after last month's shooting at Wentworth Gardens. Third Ward Alderwoman Pat Dowell says that if that doesn't happen, she's going to be very upset. Let's get more on the story from WGN, Sarah Koran. The shooting happened in the early morning hours back on June 23rd. It was near 38 Wentworth. Some longtime residents have complained that the private security company contracted by the Chicago Housing Authority doesn't do enough doesn't get out of their cars to patrol the streets This morning. Older woman Pat Dowell will ask the CH two fire egg security. Right now. The older woman says the current contract runs through November, but she wants to terminated now. A press conference scheduled for 10 30 this morning at about 25 minutes. Aftershocks can be expected today and possibly for several more days to come. After yesterday as a magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck along the California Nevada border. The quake occurred along the Antelope Valley falled. It was a strongest to hit there since 1994. Let's get a look at WGN Sports. Here's Dave and baseball heads into the All Star break after Sunday, But first the Cubs host the Cardinals for three at Wrigley Field. Starting this afternoon 10 and four Kyle Hendricks starts for the Cubs, who have lost 12 of 13 tonight. The White Sox starter series at Baltimore Dallas Chemical on the mound, the socks 7.5 up on Cleveland, while a lawyer Jimenez starts Ahmad, Early rehab in Winston Salem and the NBA Finals. Take a break until Sunday with the Sun's up to Oh, On Milwaukee Day. Venit, WGN SPORTS. Let's get a look at the forecast from the WGN Chicago Weather Center. We could see some spotty rain showers across Chicagoland here today we'll watch our temperatures going into the mid seventies. And again about 30.

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"mike lauren" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

Gadget Lab Podcast

05:53 min | 2 months ago

"mike lauren" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

"Dot com. Mike lauren. mike. Your bike guy. In fact we should probably just call you by ca luria. Please put five dollars in the pun jar so terrible. I'm sorry are how do you feel about e bikes. I love you bikes. They make cycling more accessible to more people. And you know it keeps people out of cars a lot of times because people will choose an e bike for route that they would normally choose for car. So i'm i'm all for them. Well that's exactly what we're going to be Cycling through today nice. nice hello. Welcome to gadget lab. I'm lauren good. I'm a senior writer at wired. And i michael gloria senior editor at wired. And we're also joined this week by wired. Senior associate reviews editor adrian so who joins us from portland. He adrian guys and wired reviews editor julian takato. Who's joining us from new york city. Hey julian all right. So this is the e bike episode. It's everything you've ever wanted to know about e bikes if you're a regular listener of this podcast or if you read wired you know that. We like to talk about bikes. But here's the thing. And this is where i ruined my credit as a tech writer. Here i've never ridden an e bike. Never i know what my colleagues here. Tell me aka by kalari. they're fast. They're fun to ride and they can free up traffic and cut down on emissions so today we're talking about both buying and renting e bikes in the second half of the show. Adrian is waiting to tell us what you need to know about buying any bike. If you're ready to make that commitment but first let's talk about just kind of dipping our toes in. Let's talk about bike sharing because julian you recently wrote about lifts new e bike would this is lift the ridesharing company and they're doing e bikes. Tell us about this right. So lift actually owns several fleets around the country as they're called they're bike sharing fleets Many of them have regular bikes. Traditional or at a log bikes. However you want to call them and then some of them are pedal assist bikes which are also known as electric bikes and so there is a current electric bike already. But this is a new version that they unveiled. Its currently in public beta. It's going to be available in the bay area as well as in select other cities initially like new york and chicago but essentially it's just an improved version of their pedal assist bike. It's more powerful. It does everything for you. So you don't need to deal with any gears or anything like that so it's very beginner. Friendly you just kind of hop on and go and it has enough power to sort of accurately give you power when you're going up a hill for example or it sort of manages all of that by itself. You don't really need to think about it or anything you just kinda ride and go and if you need that extra power to cut across the road then it'll give it to you or if you need less power because you're on a flat road then it won't you know overburden you with so much that you're going super fast. And it's all also limited to City limits so for example in new york it's limited to twenty miles per hour but they did a couple more things with this version. They made it completely reflective paint job. So it's much safer to see at night or easier to see. I should say and the breaks are also stronger and has a much larger range of sixty miles. They say which. I don't think anyone is really going on a sixty mile round trip with an electric bike from the bike share program but paid now. Now you can. That's that's probably that's about ten rides or so. Yes like like city bike or like bay wheels in san francisco. Yes with having that larger range. It just basically means that it's not necessarily for one writer to take it out sixty mile trip but it means the service. Operators don't have to swap out those batteries as often. Because it'll just last a whole lot longer so the battery is actually have to be swapped out. There not rechargeable so that's two different methods at the moment they do. Have these vans that. Just go by these fleet stations. And they'll find the electric one swap them out and that's still going to be the case with the new one but left is also implementing these new charging stations into the existing docking stations. So some select charging station. Starting this year will actually have the ability to chew automatically. We charged those bikes when they're docked so they won't need to replace them as often or at all. I know that lime the scooter company in portland that they have like their fleet of contractor juicers or whatever that they pay like some nominal fee like run around like find all the scooters to recharge them. So i don't know if lift is doing that to basically similar Do they just basically all in a van. They're not call juicers that is but it's basically it's super easy to swap out the batteries but then of course if they're implementing and connecting. These docs to the grid then. They don't need to do that at all. And i think the ideas eventually. We'll get to a point where all of these existing stations will just be able to automatically charge these things. But at the moment i think that would require a lot of overhaul in the public infrastructures. Extra sector so. I think that basically is the easiest way to just swap out the batteries every once a day. Maybe every other day depends on how much it's being used to these. E bike shares come with helmets or other safety gear. You might need. They do not they all recommend that you wear one and you bring your own but that responsibly design you some public programs. Give you some helmets for free. I know new york has like a specific helmet fitting class that you can sort of find with the department of transportation and they'll actually give you a free.

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"mike lauren" Discussed on Get WIRED

Get WIRED

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"mike lauren" Discussed on Get WIRED

"You can leave us a voicemail with your name where you're from and your experiences, and we'd really love to hear from you I get wired. The number is four, one, five, five, three, four, nine, four, nine, eight, that is four, one, five, five, three, four, nine, four, nine, eight. Thanks Lauren. Let's go to get lab. Now. Let's do it. Lauren Mike Lauren do you ever wonder if the things you say to Alexa might be evidence if you committed a crime? Well. I try very hard not to commit crimes Mike. Alexa, do you sending recordings to the police? Sorry I'm not sure about that. Alexa do you send your recordings to the? FBI? No I worked for Amazon. Alexa does Amazon share your recordings with the FBI Amazon. Takes Privacy seriously for more information and to view Amazon's privacy notice visit the help section of your Alexa APP sure lots of people are GonNa do that..

"mike lauren" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"mike lauren" Discussed on No Agenda

"And. Yeah. So where where does? So, I say to her, you know what happens you know I'm going to these phones aren't GonNa work the she's got freaky about the whole thing you know the. Cell Towers Burning I said, get your license. It's not that hard get your ham license. We'll get you some of these little handheld devices. You can't get hold of me you go on a repeater and here I am. And she said, yeah, do it can't be that hard. Dishes Kilo Mike Lauren Michael on I'm looking for the. She's GonNa get license I'M GONNA make J get one to. Finally, because I know that, they'll say you up on the repeater I know they'll get it done now that'll be fun. All right. Well, there goes the neighborhood and I wanNA thank Oliver an incredible two hundred bucks for any. Very cool. We want to thank all of these producers who are executive and associate executive producers of Episode One Thousand Two hundred seventy. Thank you because you are putting the show together we have lots of people who can't support us with money and they do many other things. It is the true value value network he get out of it what you put into it and we certainly appreciate what you've done. So please consider US for the Sunday show if you'd like to help out around dot org, slash Twin debit beyond the lookout for support. The show are formula is this. We go out..

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"mike lauren" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"mike lauren" Discussed on No Agenda

"And. Yeah so where where does? So I say to her you know what happens. You know I'm going to these phone the she's got freaky about the whole thing the. Cell Towers, burning down I said get your license it's not that hard get your ham license. We'll get you some of these little handheld devices you can't get hold of me you go on a repeater and here I am. And she said, yeah, do it can't be that hard. Dishes Kilo Mike Lauren Michael on I'm looking for the town. She's GonNa get license I'm. GonNa make J get one to. Finally because I know that they'll say you up on the repeater I know they'll get it done now that'll be fun. All right. Well, there goes the neighborhood and I wanNA thank Oliver an incredible hundred bucks for any. Very. Cool. We want to thank all of these producers who are executive and associate executive producers of episode one thousand. Two hundred seventy. Thank you because you are putting the show together. We have lots of people who can't support us with money and they do many other things. It is the true value value network. He get out of it what you put into it and we certainly appreciate what you've done. So please consider US for the Sunday show if you'd like to help out around dot org slash. Twin debit beyond the lookout for support. The show are formula is this. We. Go Out..

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"mike lauren" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"mike lauren" Discussed on No Agenda

"And. Yeah. So where where does? So I, say to her you know what happens you know I'm going to these phones aren't GonNa work the she's got freaky about the whole thing the. Cell Towers burning down I said get your license. It's not that hard get your ham license. We'll get you some of these little handheld devices. You can't get hold of me you go on a repeater and here. I am. And she said, yeah, do it can't be that hard This is. Mike Lauren. Michael on I'm looking for the town. She's GonNa. Get license I'M GONNA MAKE J get one to. Finally because I know that they'll say you up on the repeater I know they'll get it done now that'll be fun. All right. Well, there goes the neighborhood and I WANNA. Thank Oliver an incredible two hundred bucks for any. Very cool. We want to thank all of these producers who are executive and associate executive producers of Episode One Thousand Two hundred seventy thank you because you are putting the show together. We have lots of people who can't support us with money and they do many other things. It is the true value value network. He get out of it what you put into it and we certainly appreciate what you've done. So please consider US for the Sunday show if you'd like to help out around dot, org slash. Twin.

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"mike lauren" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"mike lauren" Discussed on No Agenda

"And. Yeah. So where where does? So I say to her you know what happens you know I'm going to these phones aren't GonNa work the she's got freaky about the whole thing the. Cell Towers burning down I said get your license. It's not that hard get your ham license. We'll get you some of these little handheld devices you can't get hold of me you go on a repeater and here I am. And she said, yeah, do it can't be that hard? Dishes Kilo Mike Lauren Michael on I'm looking for the town. She's GonNa get license I'm. GonNa, make J get one to. Finally, because I know that they'll say you up on the repeater I know they'll get it done now that'll be fun. All right. Well, there goes the neighborhood and I WANNA. Thank Oliver and. Two hundred bucks for any. Very cool. We want to thank all of these producers who are executive and associate executive producers of Episode One Thousand Two hundred seventy thank you because you are putting the show together we have lots of people who can't support us with money and they do many other things. It is the true value value network. He get out of it what you put into it and we certainly appreciate what you've done. So please consider US for the Sunday show if you'd like to help out around dot org slash. Twin.

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"mike lauren" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"mike lauren" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"Being not that I know her, but just from Instagram, and so am Mike Lauren is so married, and so it all works out of end, but like it had to go this way for Ben to end up with just Clark for Lawrence end up more in lane, and for Jota end up with Jordan Rogers, so every happened the way it was supposed to and. And everything happens for a reason, and you can really see that as evidence and Ben Higgins season of the bachelor. No, and it's just one of the greatest clearly one of the greatest seasons of all time, and also I enjoyed watching it because it hearts me back to the days when I was so into the bachelor. You know like up on everything and it just. It reminded me of when and why and how I I used to love the bachelor. Yes, also not again that I didn't watch it, but I saw people watching it on Instagram, and they were just like showing the actual TV, and it is insane. How different all the contestants look like Joe! Joe Looks Judge Different Person. Lauren is a different person Amanda different person back a different. Different person like they all just glowed up so hard, and it's like I can't believe looks like when they were on TV. Because in my mind. What they look like now is what they've always look like yet, Noah, it's insane, but they also I'm sure everyone's like so much work done. Which I'm sure like. People have had worked on a little lip here a little Chin there. But you can also make. Like babies. Young and it's really crazy to see also seeing amandas daughters on the show like I'm like in charge like they're on night. Yeah. It was just it was at missing really fun to watch I. Understand what like what they're trying to do, but it also goes to show that the one season of the bachelor can be distilled into three hours. That is a fabulous point, and it also goes to show you like the glory days of the Bachelor..

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"mike lauren" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

Gadget Lab Podcast

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"mike lauren" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

"What is your Jalingo streak right now? ooh I apparently did not complete my streak on Tuesday so I guess one whenever one of my favorite little tricks that dual and go has is that <hes> if you're listening and you're not familiar dueling go encourages as you to use up every day and every consecutive day that you use it. You're sort of streak number gets higher so it encourages you to return to the APP. <hes> there's something very very upsetting about losing a long streak and one of the genius genius things they've built in is a wage to buy back your streak as long as it's within twenty four hours and the payment goes to I think just back do lingo or perhaps it's donated to some kind of charity but it's a very low amount of money that I think it's probably well worth it until I get back a one hundred two hundred day streak. Luckily I will never have a straight double. I will not be sending any money back to lingo. Sorry <hes> do you think it that's great <hes> my recommendation recommendation. This week is a book is called. The most human human what artificial intelligence teaches us about being alive. Have you read this. It is a bit old. I think it's it's from two thousand ten maybe <hes> but it is <hes> a book about the Logan Her prize which is this competition that takes place every year to basically beat the turing test so people prepare these artificial intelligent programs they're they're chat bots and and they send them to a panel of judges who have these five minute chuck conversations and then the judge is trying to determine if they're speaking to a human or computer and every year they get more advanced to get more interesting <hes> and you know the state of A._I.. Hi progresses but <HES> book release centers on the other part of this contest which is being a human who is put before a judge and the judge has to decide if it's a human error computer and <hes> the author who is Brian Christianson is one of these human contestants who's trying to prove his humanity to a panel of judges <hes> lest he be mistaken for an advanced chat bots script and it's it's sort of this beautiful story story of A._I.. And machine intelligence but also about like what it means to really be human and he leaves in all kinds of cool stuff about computers but also really cool floss affi stuff <hes> psychology stuff and and really arrives at this like beautiful discussion on what it means to be human <hes> I was just on a very long road trip in this was the audiobook that we'd selected for for the drive and it just was <music> something I looked forward to playing in the car like every time and got back in the car so I highly recommend it. Check it out. Please do <hes> Greg. Where can people find you on twitter? I am at Gregory J barbour wonderful. I am at Party so teric Eric <hes> you can blame all of us at Gadget lab and Mike Lauren and I will back next week for another show <music> <music>..

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"mike lauren" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

09:45 min | 2 years ago

"mike lauren" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Joining us on the line to talk about all of it is Michael Oren, former Israeli ambassador to the United States. He's also the author of multiple New York Times, bestsellers, including six days of war June nineteen sixty seven in the making of the modern Middle East. Michael, thanks for joining Ben Shapiro show. Really appreciate it. So let's start with this. You tweeted last week about a New York Times editorial about rising anti-semitism anti-semitism, unfortunately, has been rising across the west. It's risen in the United States is risen from in Europe and yet newspapers like the New York Times are seeking to blame that on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. What is the relationship between anti Zionism and anti semitism, wise, left, seemingly so willing to cover for anti-semitism so long as guises anti Zionism? In the twenty first century if you don't wanna be called and. You're anti Israel, but dancing is very specific way, holding Israel at a standard that no other countries is held to in the world it saying that the Israeli Palestinian conflict is the worst conflict in the world, the most pressing moral conflict in the world and ignoring example, the arrest of hundreds of thousands of Muslims by China or the massacre of hundreds of thousands of Muslims in Syria ignoring that it is charging that the quote unquote Israel in Washington has too much power and controls. The median controls congress and buys politicians it is accusing Israel, war-crimes news. Belated Israel choosing genocide against the Palestinians and passes for legitimate anti Israel discourse. But in fact, idioms by even the definition of the United Nations, even by the definition of the paean union. There's thing with him Bassett, or Michael or former Israeli ambassador to the United States, so embassador or in a lot of the talk in the media has been specifically about one type of anti-semitism people wanna talk a lot about white supremacist, anti semitism, which is certainly worthy of discussion. But in terms of global threats to Jews it seems to me that statistically, speaking, the biggest threat to Jews is not white supremacist, anti semitism, which is evil and should be condemned wherever it is wherever it is promoted, but it is radical Muslim anti semitism, which is the greatest danger. Jus I mean, isn't that the case across the west as well as in the Middle East? Needed to Jews in Europe because of the influx of immigrants. Among the many radical Muslims into Europe in the United States, there's been outbreaks of violence against Jews and it's Burke, and in California, and, but the greatest campuses in the United States in the American press comes from Alaska. Calibrates been, you know, very easy to count swastikas, if you will count antisemitic incidents calibrate, anti-semitic atmosphere, on campus were afraid to be used if students on certain campuses, and afraid, pull themselves less be branded a racist. That's an atmosphere and bad Kamai mind, the most pressing problem, the United States today in advance in terms of. So let's talk for a second about the Israeli political situation right now, obviously, there's a lot of flux right now, given the fact that new elections have been declared prime minister Netanyahu was able to form a coalition. So the Knesset effectively dissolved itself. No have new elections again. Ambassador, do you expect there to be any change in the constituency in the Knesset? Or is this basically just going to be do over? Over, if, if it were held today, but three months very long time in politics. Many things can happen, and they'll be a shift in the political lane state, different parties will form distant parodies may break up. But what occurred in the last few days to my mind, ministry change, and Israel, last, seventy one years, most, the most pressing issue, here has been security, and it's released voted because they're afraid of their lives or for their laws, and the last twenty twenty five years Benjamin Netanyahu has appeared as the person was able to protect his really live. But now with additional fuel which may even be more more paramount fear, that is if you're not alive to their way of life fear, not of his of the of the hurry game who will make threaten their way of life. Whether they be secular or national traditional. And this is what big Lieberman now, the defense minister into into this fear that twenty thirty years country will have a population, which could be third to one half hurry. Gaby's ultra-orthodox Jews are not prepared to engage economy. Not prepared to defend the state also realize that has the largest population thirty of any industrialized countries in the world are natural growth rate is roughly free times that most European countries and young Israel. Population is both concerned about religious Parisian also right wing Resona pass the, the battle against religious coalition has been almost exclusively. Enhanced. Really nobody out there saying, hey young, right wingers? Coercion lieberman. Tap into that. Very big force in Israel politics, in the near future in the long term thing, the former Israeli ambassador to the United States, Michael Oren ambassador, Oren, one of the big concerns that I've seen from many members of the American Jewish population is that President Trump's close relationship with prime minister Netanyahu could backfire, if President Trump is no longer presidents in other words, Trump because he's so warm. And because there's so many Democrats who hate President Trump that the backlash will come in the form of an anti Israel backlash once Trump is no longer an office. Is that a concern in Israel at all? With me. Van. President. Ministration we have known since our founding in nineteen forty eight and I think there's no debate about that with an Israel administration that has a recognized through some of this capital. The American embassy to Jerusalem as recognizes ready sovereignty of the over the Golan Heights. It has stood steadfastly by Israel in United Nations and posed all efforts. It has cut off funding to the, to the Palestinians when they leave the peace table. When Nate de-legitimize that's when they finally US law. So any Israeli, government can be right down up Sam center is going to express deep and profound gratitude to this administration, but having said that wear of political polarization in the United States and than distancing ourselves from this administration, which, I think, profound, gratitude gratitude, we should be reaching out across much as possible to Democrats, because, in, in the nature of things, the Democrats will be back, certainly in congress back in the house, maybe in the Senate, and eventually in the White House as well. And since bipartisan, support, his believe a, a paramount national strategic interests in the state of Israel, and the United States is our ally. I think we can do a better job of. Reaching out in investing more robustly democratic support for Israel speaking about that. What exactly is happening the American left? I'm old enough to remember when support for Israel was. In fact, bipartisan by pulling data. We are seeing a radical decrease in the amount of support for Israel inside the Democratic Party, obviously, Democratic Party leadership has now kowtowed people like Hannah who's openly anti semitic worship. It's leave who's the same what happened. Democratic Party and Kennedy moved back toward a more pro Israel direction. I don't know about that. We do better job. I don't know if you do one hundred percents, what's happened American European Asian of the American west, the Corbin ization of the American left and some of the same prophecies in the same sort of means, tropes, that we see in the European your left, just a hatred for Israel, and the alliance between the European left and radical Islam. We see this now evolved in the United States as well. And it's the outcome of many long. In the nineteen sixties the radicalization of campuses, and it's something on Sunday, mental misconceptions and lies in many ways is much more progressive country than the United States, America's, I've now finished four years in the Knesset, and I'll tell you, we had debates in the committee. That would never take place in the congress. Much more progressive abortions not an issue here. For example, a small ones and Israel was ahead of the game. I'm gay rights while before United States we never had don't ask don't tell them this country. So, you know, expect on on and, and the American left is making alliances with people who consider him example, homosexuality offense. We haven't seven Tel Tel-Aviv. We have a Palestinian gay community here, who's refuge in the state of Israel. Because if they go back to the Palestinian, Eric Tories, if the American left much you'll be killed killed there. No women's rights there. No sexual freedom really. And, and. So that alliance between the American last and radical Islam. Is based on a gross distortion of reality and a fundamental misunderstanding? What state of Israel's about ambassador? Mike lauren. Thanks for joining the program really appreciate your time his two most recent books six days before June, nineteen sixty seven in the making of the modern Middle East, which is a great read for Jerusalem Day. And also power, faith and fantasy America in the Middle East seventeen seventy six to the present. Mike, much running the show. Really appreciate it, sir. Thank you. Bring.

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"mike lauren" Discussed on Eating For Free

Eating For Free

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"mike lauren" Discussed on Eating For Free

"I think he said the N word in the press conference, and they had to apologize, and it was like also. A week before the Peter fairly, man. The director was you know, Rebrov backup as a serial penis exposer. I forgot about that. Yeah. Yeah. Everyone made choices in the making of this film. And I'm continually shocked that we let it best original screenplay of all the war. I just it was shocking shocking. I'm like sad that it took Spike Lee this long to win an award, especially for this movie. Like in just like filmmaking terms he's had movies. I think with like better cultural impact just from like, film, criticism standards. And also just like generally, I think how they like shaped the culture around him. Like the fact that he lost for do the right thing is still shot. Soon. Driving mistake Z, which I forgot he oh Saturday made that joke afterwards about every time. Somebody's driving somebody. He loses. Thirty years later Corinne book succeeds SIS, well, look, really happy for him though. I thought it was a great speech. But really I wanna talk about. I think is. Lady. Gaga's acceptance. You know, I've really I honestly don't have the energy to play the full thing. We knew it was we knew she was gonna win to relate song, we knew she was going to have this moment. Can we please just play this short clip yet Bradley, there is not a single person on the planet that could have seen this on me? But you if you read home, and you're sitting on your couch, and you are watching this right now all I have to say is that this is hard work at worked hard for a long time. And it's not about you know. It's not about winning. But what it's about? It's not giving up. If you have a dream fight for it. There's a disciplined for passion. And it's not about how many times you get rejected or but you fall down on your beaten up. It's about how many times you stand up and our brave and you keep on going. Thank you. Okay. Well, winning isn't everything in a way. Here's my league on person winning in the world. Here we go. Only home. I go home like. Oh my God. Home. I got home and on whom I go to guys I just. I just I never never thought that I never thought that. This would be the moment that I. Panicky? I swear to God. Oh my God. It's just you guys. Art, already beauty and. Performer, all my life. I just flew my life, I performed and did finally performed. Thank you for honoring the performing of my performance because I just wanted to perform a perform an artist and thank you for believing in me giving giving me this opportunity. Just thought I would give it out there. I mean, happy for you though. Glad you got to spray tan again, you know, she's just like where's the tone? Okay. She's ready to get. She's rated you got Barbara Streisand, by the way. Yeah. Wearing sparkly Vlast Faure with interest to select plans, and Dan rested. The president for its afterwards revealing that she personally guess to get this intro for star is born also right after to Mike Lauren. There was a lot of historical like, I don't know like voodoo going on tonight. Sign on. I just get guys. Like this lady wore a black beret to introduce blood klansman, a glitter black Bray. I just again like everyone made choices also again, then, you know, more Rummy Malik winning more more of this movie winning people just don't care about victims of pedophilia and then. Best director new good for Kwan. You know, having the final word when the note, we haven't even. Oh, yes. So yeah, we got to Levy Coleman. Good. Good. Good. Glad glad glad weird that former Perm job. Julia Roberts was there. Didn't know why we were former Perm job also just like totals. I know before we wrap this up. They kept cuddling to cutting to Natalie Portman space, and I was like interesting what is going on there. Something is happening with that base journey and I'm interested..

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"mike lauren" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"mike lauren" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"The other day of. The the impression. So a wh- what they do in that scenario. I think the world explodes, I don't know. I think they had this show adopt getting your thing is never. It's like, oh, bizarro idol. Is this getting to? I don't know. I don't think it's ever gonna happen. I mean, if you make the idols so much that they look handmade where the contestants can then well photocopy them. So if we had Dr Mike, Lauren Rimmer like shell with a frigging string, right, right. It's like who's to say, like, maybe we need to go back to bar code island where we need. We need the real survivor. Typically, we'd like a little hologram on there to show. Okay. This is an authentic, like a base sports memorabilia. Anybody has like a baseball. Oh, this was signed by John rocker. This baseball like, oh, really? Well, where's the hologram? If Shera me where to go to bark? I sorry, if Alex were to go to barcode island and take his voting parchment, and it read germy. Yes. Would that would that would that pan out? Would he confirm or deny there? We don't know. It seemed like he was nine votes to one. He put down Jeremy, the guys Barco, it confirmed it on that note, Matthew m. sent us a tweet with the tribe swap coming up with uneven tribes or one person left out. Will they go to kiosk island? What's your prediction slash twist advantage for the potential left out person. Okay. So the swap is coming up, right? Do you think that they are going to do to tribes and then somebody is going to be going to barcode islands? They could be better. Take that germy vote still upset about that, but went through what I'm talking about. Alexander up is vote and it said germy not Jeremy. Germy how you spell that. J. e. r. m. e. y. okay. Well, I mean, Alec is probably not Alec it. Why would you say Alison, Alex? Okay. So am I. Alex. Oh, we'll take both names the Barco. We'll figure that out. We'll figure it out. So do you think that we will send somebody to some sort of bar code island ghost, island, redemption island rep, Sean exile island to a boat with Cochran, right? Yeah, I don't know. I see. This is this is a no question. I can't think that far in advance. Yeah. What do you think they're going to split it evenly and have some loan? This thing that's free agent didn't kicking around in my mind is. They hear about kickers. Yes, thanks maybe is is being not going to be okay, and then we'll we well, we have an even number by the time we get to the tribe swamp. You mean by Bubba Bubba, it's taking it takes you one to maybe depends on how bad the grade of a sprain is one, three to four weeks of doing nothing for an MC l. sprain a really kind of. I am a, you know, well, versed in MC l. injuries problems. No, but I am a course. You didn't devante Freeman fans. I've, I've seen it all owning and keeping devante Freeman has aged me three years. So the second you saw that happen, you saw devante you saw you saw be and you'd heart saying, yes, yes. So I also own Leonard fournette. So it's a thing. All right. Let's talk about this voicemail..

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

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

01:43 min | 3 years ago

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

"Mice are one yeah okay mike lauren's unused eva vote from as healers hustlers zero tieren stairs votes deal from game changers one mike david's fake idle from millennials genx one okay so tear in your second one is incorrect boats deal was not the legacy advance oh little tricky there i was in through whether or not urged to say yes or one notes combat yawn or easier combined bulb than that what you cover your visas raid on the bnb we've a history of just yelling out things so you know feel free just continued to ground donna then in this is mike mike is answering the question i am robot one zero zero one okay all right so that was a fun little enshrouded now we're getting it into a couple more questions the teheran this is for you so bradley was seen as seeking one time during this two hour episode that's probably true that's probably a one at the incorrect he was actually seen speaking twice wow you cannot bradley i know i was actually really amazed it's a joke speaking that many times how do we know what yeah yeah he i think he was talking was talking in the water or among human activity in the water and then there was one time and he was talking on the beach obora second hour episode sell you really set out you really set a low bar for bradley a low bar radley erin.

"mike lauren" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"mike lauren" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Straight answer and mike's sort of you know fighter flight takes over and so he goes back to lorraine anne says hey you know the jake is up ben is trying to get you out church friday get in with them after it seems like that you know at first blush that the he would have gone with your plant where showing at one point i hit a brick wall and i talked to ashley about our tax damn about a two and nobody like there was no one so that's when i just wonder out started like disclose of everybody seagraves and be like no we gotta hit lauren out like flat out in the open and is almost a tactic of joe right to learn if this is yet at work i need i need major because nobody knows a heavy idol i need to me to draw all these votes army and i personally go after anyone are in fact abba i i went around crazy like telling we to vote everybody out and and it you know ultimately it eventually word so at that point are you just fully aware that okay i i have to play my idol tonight no matter what i wish that there was a way i didn't have to you by the title is being played no matter what yeah yeah i knew i was going home i knew my like if i didn't play my idol i knew i was going on because of the the row i chose to take at that point but i i had to reach as i knew the pressure was coming down i knew the hammer was fallen i knew it like those guys were only as loyal i saw him too well and then there's a secret scene where you're ice sneak bottom at the beach after chrissy gels of me and we do our little nine night stuff and i go down on the beach loyd's mike lauren ashley in devon and their console and mike writing to joe louis hoa and i'm so there i more widest out yelled at you guys are down here consoling him like this is not okay and then the next days when you see me.

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"mike lauren" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"mike lauren" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"That realizes oh if we go into the merge there's more of us should they either get rid of their weakest link or do something to sort of just avoid going into the merge with that perception we have the most numbers from our original group it's a fair question i don't know that you can make a hard and fast rule when it comes to this because i think that the other other players would look at that group and say all they they can't be a unified five like they're they've been mixed up they've been working with us and they probably never got a chance to even task their line so how can they really rely on their five when we've tested are lines are when we know that that we are strong in terms of our our grouping so i don't know i i think that in in this particular case it is a little difficult that they thought while we have five and we'll pull in two and then we'll be will be we'll be sad and the thing is i'm not sure that that's why ultimately the votes went the way they wet it's hard to say what the episode presented to us was that ben didn't trust coal and that ban and war in as the swing votes lauren wanted to work with dr mike lauren liked the healers there was a good on fair that was formed in that ben had thought that that might not be the worst thing either so i didn't hear from the votes that actually matter from and lord that it was because strictly because of the numbers why they voted so it's hard to say in this particular case if there had been one or two less dealers with the with the group dynamics have shifted that significantly it sounded like the problem was specifically with coal and with coal and jessica as a pair and that was something that ben had a problem with and ben dinh why can ben didn't trust work were moving forward i dunno was that do you think that there that less healers in this case would have changed that dynamic at all i'm not exactly sure but it seems like that we there was talk about the five healers from both sides sell i think they definitely did make it sort of like a flashing yellow target for everybody to go after yeah bennest.

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