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"mr cogan" Discussed on Classic Ghost Stories

Classic Ghost Stories

04:06 min | 9 months ago

"mr cogan" Discussed on Classic Ghost Stories

"I'm afraid of ads coming down with measles to the doctor told her outside. Bob still they say is really going to be tricky time. I've left a lotta of new medicine for him to take. It tried ice pack in lots of fluids. I'll be back later this evening. Is you don't think you should go into hospital. Those trying to keep a voice level. My did that packed to the gills. Still don't worry see you later. Don't worry pressing both hands against the aching temples ten minutes afterwards as she ran up the stairs with jug of bollywood to found her way impeded by mr colgate Occupying most of the narrow landing. I'm taking these into museum. He took the gaily. She was too exhausted to pretend that he doesn't want anything like that. Mr colgate he's far too sick yet. It was something rather repulsively fascinating about mr cogan pockets which held dangling from either hand china but said in. She thought he must be mistaken. When in fact the puppets made ceramic a series of bell shaked poultry pieces a large one for the body painted face and smaller ones the arms and legs each slotting into the one above threaded on let phones. They clink slightly. They moved the faces depicted by no more than half. A dozen strokes of black and white paint will such expressions of malign hostility. It was easy to see why the head upset bob. Thank heaven teacher. Not seeing them. He's too sick. Rose repeated firmly. Boy mr cogan side. It's hard when one is young to be so very ill. you'll shoe. I couldn't show him just one puppies. I have a big one bigger the knees which moves by itself. I've trained to do that. He liked that one. No thanks mr colgate. Mrs cogan opened the door and put a face round. She looked fatigued and frightened moment. Rose thought she could hear a faint high pitch crying coming from the room behind to then. She stepped in close the door. Ventriloquist said husband. Did you know. I could turn my voice. My rose switched. His face in. Squeaky voice came from the rafters up above the. Let me do that desmond. Said he's wife hastily. Tell me where do you put the collecting both line needed for. I'm trying to divert idea rose lower. But he isn't amused. Where did you leave the bottle. A dare say it's in the car. Reclined patchy wins. The cop. god knows if you don't snapped and went into the room. Slamming the door for the instant was open. Rose thought she had the crying again. Then there was a sump and silence. She wanted carrying the bollywood into bob. He was slightly delirious and pushed away crying. Only let them name. Or i'll smash them teach to is worse than evening in complained of pains around the neck but she would still take fruit juice which bob refused. Rose squeezing oranges in kitchen was interrupted by mr colgate who seemed aggrieved fund. Your children announced aggressively. That's kind of you mr cogan. I'm sure you are then. Why does you to scream like a maniac. When i go into a room. She's very sick. she's only eight. she's not used to. Men is used to the doctor. That's different known him for years. I would like to teach her to play clock patients. Any child her age could learn that mr cogan. I would rather you didn't go into her room just present. He looked rose lowering but at this moment he's wife came in flustered rushing. Snowflakes offers shabby headscarf desmond..

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"mr cogan" Discussed on Classic Ghost Stories

Classic Ghost Stories

03:45 min | 9 months ago

"mr cogan" Discussed on Classic Ghost Stories

"There was something so own about the woman that rose deeply troubled. Having to leave the children in charge she went on. I like to seem a silly thing parent. But since the news about poor little peter. Finn's death he defends death. Mrs golden looked a little more intelligent. The vet sport south dean. Such a sweet boy used to walshaw. My husband told him to play. Cribbage mention of the vet reminded. Rows of something are way. You have a pet. When i looked in here last night. I thought i saw a thing. Is i haven't really recognize. The house isn't very big. Several moments. Mrs cobra remained quite silent. A face committal then is if after reflection. She said a pet. I thought when i went to about the phone call so something like a ferret. Oh you mean my sister's chinese rapids. Mrs colgate said if suddenly like don't worry i'll take it back to her today and she added we don't like pets told don't worry she finished apps simply rose noted that the house around her car. She was very late beginning to snow on both the following evenings. The lights all fused monroe's arrived home. Some activity of colgate apparently put excessive strain on the wiring mending the fuses. rose resolved. Ask bounded when she had a little more time. It was so many things on her mind as well. The children still soaring temperatures the unsalted mass in the codex rooms visible whenever they briefly left the door open or rose to health tidy. It's the intimate snow. Which may driving a territory. Rose never confident in the car. The best of times the hectic going to press nonstop action the magazine then and wednesday. Evening came a cold from the police. Mrs burdock grumbled here. I believe you'll have mr colgate staying with you. Who owns a white cortina. Registration d. are a one or three nine j. Would you mind telling him. He's parked illegally in mary lane. And unless it's removed within half an hour it will be towed away at his expense. Yes i'll tell him a very kind of you to tip him off. Throw sent to sergeant. Grumbled was friend. He said confidentially. They keep leaving their car and all sorts of crazy places. You better warn them or the renfrew trouble l. Could end lions mr cogan When rose related message him somewhat watered down. I must say it is a great pity. We are not committed to put our car in the graveyard next door then would be plenty of room among the trees is talented so often confusing night as the streets are so pulling lit roenick that he with his preference. Recant lied you complain that roast though it went on quite often in the morning other people's pockets of inconsiderately that it is almost impossible for us to locate a car. I pulled wife had to spend several hours today. Searching for it this explained complaint. We didn't get our lunch today to full. Mom need these colgate stay. I don't really like them. Odeon love not by much but they all keeping an eye on you and they paid a month's renton advance at all day. You like about them everything. And he's part of the absolute end puppets he makes them out of china. Something they clink. It showed me a couple of afternoon when we.

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"mr cogan" Discussed on Classic Ghost Stories

Classic Ghost Stories

05:23 min | 9 months ago

"mr cogan" Discussed on Classic Ghost Stories

"When rose opened do a house who's totally silent and downstairs old in darkness. If lifted switch. No light in a panic. She ran up the says here. There was darkness to dim. Lights came from the children's rooms when she went into c- tich rose discover the source of the subdued light. Mr cogan was there reading. Kim allowed her daughter. By the flicker to candles is a high monotonous. Like voice which it seemed that she entered mysteriously to come from somewhere in the ceiling ceased so rose despite the dim light he was still wearing his is shade ave you are at last night there. He said graciously to rose then. I will bit tire as the as everything. Being alright. rose hoped that the nervousness disliking have voice with notice audible to him as they seem to her right. Because it could be you. Mr cogan declared with greater gaiety. He added judiciously bad. I believe you'll do. There is not very used to men. My husband died when she was only three. I see that explains it. Too long ago is side. Might i ask the. Did your husband leave here when he was alive in this house. No we moved here after his death to buy. He seemed disappointed. I was asking the children about him. He took a staff the strong sweet send of whiskey harrow. Oil was released rose long for him to be gone. She could see what seemed to have escaped. Mr cogan notice under the eye shade in the dim light. The tench was in a silent. Agony terrified is that minded any minute reach screaming pitch. Well goodnight mr kobe. Thank you so much. And as soon left the room and she heard his own door shut behind him lamb. What's the matter flowness of quivering mother's arms. He's horrible. i couldn't understand a single word. He said no the word. He's voices so strange. It seemed to come from the roof and he smells all whole. Please don't let him come in here anymore. No of course. I won't let stinking hot rose wanted how this was to be achieved without moti offending mr colgate. She suspected he might be a very touchy man as soon as she could detach yourself from the panic. Tich rose went to visit bob..

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"mr cogan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:21 min | 10 months ago

"mr cogan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Highly likely that the regime would confiscate those Remittances are big chunks of it. With regard to the need covid on assume they have a covid problem on in Cuba. I'd be prepared give significant amounts of vaccine. If, in fact I was assured an international organization would administer those vaccines and do it in a way that average citizens would have access to those vaccines. And One of the things that, uh, you did not ask, but we're considering is they've cut off access to the Internet. We're considering whether we have the technological ability to reinstate that access. Um and I think I've answered your questions. Thank you. Yeah, Allow me if I made to elaborate on three different points. Any German Chancellor has a vested interest to talk, and that's very much in the best interests of Germany to work and talk together with any American president. We've always had context and we you've been able to It was. I think it's very transparent. And today it was a very friendly exchange. Um Absolute most Cancun itself. Oh, sorry. I have to call Mr Coons and his German question. Thank you very much. Madam Chancellor. Mr. President. Allow me if I may to ask a question as regards North Stream two, Madam Chancellor. You just said that you would act actively. Should Russia be in breach of its commitments, for example, interrupt gas transit through Ukraine. What do you mean in concrete terms, while Germany then switch off, Um, North Stream, two from the German side and what sort of legal Grounds. Would you be a sort of claiming, Mr President, you have fought so many years The U. S has fought so many years against North Stream two. Now there will be only a few days left until this pipeline comes into operation. Um why will you allow it to go ahead to put it in operation or will the people who operate the system actually have to contend with sanctions on the horizon? While Mr Cogan says the chance So you know that we've worked a lot not only Germany, incidentally, but the whole of the European Commission for and talking to Russia and Ukraine, negotiating a treaty that ensures until uh 2023 the gas contract, And after that, Gas deliveries must be possible as well. And that is what I've heard. At least let me be very careful here in my wedding and then sure that no girl go ahead. We have a number of instruments, uh, at our disposal, which are not necessarily on the German side. But on the European side. Um, for example, sanctions. Uh, as regards Crimea in breach of the Minsk Treaty has shown that we have those sanctions. These instruments at our disposal. We have possibilities to react. We are in contact with our European friends on this, But at the at this point in time of which I hope we will never have to take those decisions. You will then see what we do. My view on North Team two has been known. For some time, Good friends can disagree. And But by the time I became president, it was 90% completed. And imposing sanctions did not seem to make any sense. We made more sense to work with the chancellor. I'm finding out How she proceed based on whether or not Russia tried to essentially blackmail Ukraine in somewhere. And so the chancellor and I have asked our teams to Look at practical measures we could take together. And and Whether or not your energy security Ukrainian security are actually strengthened or weakened based on Russian actions. So this is a We'll see. We'll see. Oh, Um Miss Leonard of Bloomberg. Yeah. Okay. Hold on. Thank you, Mr President. I have two questions for you. And then some, uh for Chancellor Merkel as well. Your administration tomorrow is issuing a business advisory for Hong Kong. I was wondering if you can explain why you think that is necessary. And then secondly, on your bill, drive better agenda. Have you spoken to Senators Mansion and cinema about the 3.45 trillion Dollar framework. And are you confident that they'll be on board at that level? And if they demand that you lose some components, Will you be able to keep progressives on board? Um and council man. And she never noticed the agenda. It's where does he hang up? I wanted to ask you whether you have a feeling.

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"mr cogan" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"mr cogan" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The canon from the flash powder maybe and maybe a real bullet leaked into that gun that little clown. But i don't believe that either back at police headquarters. I had a talk with toby. The cloud have been charged with murder. Mr browning when eric. And i pull mr colton nandonet. His hands and face was ice cold. I remember extent. Mr cogan was froze to like all right. Sylvie that's all i wanted to know. Police patrol picked up windy on the highway. They put him under arrest running back and the technical charge of being a fugitive material witness. But when i faced him when you bought a quantity of dry ice this morning and none of it was used on a second grounds. What happened to it. Decided it was dangerous stuff through it in a creek. It's dangerous but you put it in the canon so that the carbon dioxide fumes asphyxiate colton. He finally broke down as advanced man. He'd handled circus funds mishandle the mostly and was on the verge of being exposed unless he managed to kill off colton he might have got away with crime but he tried to play it too safe. By killing one of the clowns noticed how unnaturally body had been and by having the other clown charged with murder. And that was just to pat. Like i said. Madeira has nothing to clown about because the law always manages to have the last laugh. Listen next time to calling. 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"mr cogan" Discussed on Cueca Apertada

Cueca Apertada

05:58 min | 2 years ago

"mr cogan" Discussed on Cueca Apertada

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"mr cogan" Discussed on Radio Free Flint

Radio Free Flint

11:34 min | 2 years ago

"mr cogan" Discussed on Radio Free Flint

"Here. I think it You know with me. I'll be honest about you. Know How it all transpired? I had a pretty popular name. My Dad was very successful. And you're either going to come in there and you're going to be successful to or they're gonNA they're gonNA save. You didn't have your dad in and so there was an added pressure. Took Chris Form with my dad's name at the level of success year to change. I was never attain that kind of success too so that was a lot of word just twenty to make sure not that. I lived up to the name but because I did the job to kind of war. Respect that mining deserve. So if you really interesting at a as a young young young guy so chilly eventually. You met characters. Like John Harps affectionately known as Harpo who used to be the top two Harlem Meer? James Rutherford new jet. John are very close friends. Dave Out. He managed to get you to leave home. Well you know John and I were. We worked at general alarm twenty-five together we work at sixty six then I He took a job in lansing. Went worked for him in channel. Fifty three Joel Ferguson. Who was Mr Spartan Magic? Amanda Trustees Michigan University. Absolutely absolutely and then I got out of work for. Wjr galt guide of Northern Michigan. And then got back in and then heart hurt says. Hey come down here. You'RE GONNA MEMPHIS and you know. I bought a lot of programs in the business a lot of friends. You know car dealers guys like Bill. The trouble and trial advertising agency came up with those wonderful commercials in the old days papers on the end. Lovely here yes do. Their Peterson sign in lovely biltmore creative. Nobody he did wow pins. He did a commercial for bills when he had joined. The there is the one that I liked. Was Leon guns carbon car. Don't try that one for no it wasn't he starts out. He starts out dame. Barbara had the best edition of this. Guy. I've never heard one of the great characters in in the at least in advertising a lower in genesee county so we start to me says ladies. I got the noises. He starts out by saying ladies. Take a look between your legs. I got the grass. Oh my God I got the rest. You can lay it. He says that and I don't know how in the hell they let him run the commercial it Donald Tension and he sold one hell of a lot of what we call astroturf. He sold me the mile. Not The yard on. Yeah same thing guys like less right and You know just just so many characters. Tomek sued do so many characters in that in that market. I just amazing individual one of the reasons. I got this job channel. Five YEAR IN MEMPHIS voice connection with mixed student his buying group They needed somebody your work that out and I had experienced doing it and and walk into a a real good situation there so explain to the glisten explained list what are you talking about mis mixed sued basically in the hot tub spa in and then expanded it out to don't call it recreational furniture. It easier these your furniture. And so what he did. Is he going into a group of other people like nine mind? And then they made purchases of the products in the right age and I went off. There were three different groups of moment in one of the groups. Why's watch ING WATSON IS Was down here and Greet Fontaine. Reprinted with suits aren't buying Rubin in and their their logo which or their slogan down here was it's not loony to pool that's Watson and And then I just say that. Because they're just kind of got but then what happen is they would go in together on advertising and then and then they never gotten hot tubs. I for advertising and it's pretty short for their heart and it's right that's right well right now A hot tub would be real nice of my debt But the last time I of course. Tom Walk my hot tubs from Tom. Over the years but the last one turned into an ice cube. Which Tom predicted came I came up here was late at night. I'd been in court all day. I said the first thing on top and rest. Yup I got in there and I got outside was read going hot tub and I touched my finger in it and it was solid ice unbelievable. I don't really tough when you're running around ready hopping in Mitch. Praising about four five minutes here to go. Let's is yours white to talk about. Besides you missed a coney island miss about plant. What do you think it's a real close nick unity like I said at the puncher hard workers much hard players it just. Everybody knows any everybody as you know your your your positions There and I missed the people I get up to three times a year. Staying with my buddy all in lieu dortch and Try to try to see everybody. That can't I missed people. I miss the Mr Cogan Coney Island I miss the Nick boy but no missed most in the end. I don't Miss. I don't I don't go too long enough there. I'll stop national tonight. And then head up Michigan Dhabi up there for a wedding Jeff Bose good. Mary so what would you think? Do you think it was about flint and its people that has attracted folks like you. I mean obviously you laugh business reasons. It really had nothing to do particularly with the city itself city that you think makes it so special. Well I think that when you look at that yes three Industries when you start with the logging industry that led to the carriage industry that led to the motorized guarantees and cars Resiliency people loved you know with the water issue and within the crises that Flint has always endured flint has always come back and so I look at people who WanNa rights went off. And I'm like dude. It's not gonNA happen. Get onboard something. Bad's GonNa go on and really food up there gray nose. Sorry to China closed. Luigi pizzas fantastic the hotdog stand over in Grand Blanc or in. You know. There's just so many good we still have brickstreet and brickstreet's great lots and we still have starlight coney island is scarlet sauce and I go there number Jeff Hall fries Gravy County Dog and Pony Burger. I used to go to capitol. Yeah was capital grand slide and get their coney cheese bird so it's art it's the resiliency of of the town itself and you know just match on music Environment to consider grand funk question mark in the mysterious seger played up there while Seagram play tomorrow. Highly started their radio. Free Flint has a group that's associated with it now that so called musicians corner and we have people that are posting of musicians. Joel by from the Blue Hawaiians. Mustards retreat in some of the great rates singers and artists in in the state. And they've all gathered on this site. I think in about a week we had almost a hundred of them. Sign up I can. I want to be a part of that. Okay well good up told me just as we go out on this Tell me a couple seats about Memphis that we should pay attention to if we come down to visit you. Thank God it's it's it's barbecue. It's this guy back here. We have a beautiful riverfront. We have festivals when we can hold them which is not now but you come down here for three day weekend and you eat like a king go visit and you can go to maybe king's non on Wall Street. It's just a foreign long whom you can trip and really come see me at south main sound because we do a ritual music and songwriters from all over the world including the Detroit area and Actually it had a girl from from flip that comes in in in regularly Jesse Jordan. Who's folks at work with channel? Sixty six eight. Just see me and I'll carry we'll mark. It's been a pleasure to talk to you again. I haven't touched base with you in a long long time. And I know that you happen to catch The interview with Harry Barratt. And you got in touch with me and said that He really enjoyed that. I appreciate that. Would you step aside just a little bit so they can see your sign south? Okay so if you're not familiar with Memphis is a music center Just like Detroit Michigan and also are sitting. Thank you mark and I appreciate your time and go. Spartans got it makes our thank. You stake stay home now. Bye Bye.

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"mr cogan" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"mr cogan" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Guidance in in DC over in London just a total mass this evening on BBC Jeremy Corbyn the labor leader head of the December twelfth election just melted down in an interview one on one he was asked whether he would apologize to the Jewish community for the rank antisemitism in the labor party that's been so bad that multiple members of parliament who were Jewish have left the party yesterday the chief rabbi in the U. K. put out a statement urging the people to vote against labor because they are an anti semitic party there's been one Jewish member had to have physical security at a labor party conference because Jeremy Corbyn and his band of labor have turned extremely bigoted against Jews it's just it's very ugly he of course claims that he's innocent vas he's innocent of being terrorism apologist which he is he's innocent of being a Marxist which she is he was asked will you apologize for the anti semitism and there's also reporting that he helped cover up the anti semitism and the investigations that were internal of were white washes what he apologized listen to cut twenty three wouldn't you like to take this opportunity tonight to apologize to the British Jewish community for what happens on our site is this I am determined that our society we say for people of all faiths I don't want anyone to be feeling insecure in our society and our government will protect every community don't yes the abuse they receive on the streets on the trains all in all the jeep all those forms of life one more time Andrew can I explain what we're trying to do you have been you've been given plenty of time to do it I asked you if you want to talk to I don't want anyone to go through what anyone has said that several times I understand that Mr Cogan I was asking about an apology and we never got an apology that never came from Jeremy Corbyn he is the leader of a party that is now seen by Jewish people as anti semitic including the chief rabbi in the country he personally stacked investigation to down play these problems he's at people leaving the party because of it as he handled it badly obviously if he wants to say we've handled badly but I'm not a bigot he could have said that of course I apologize and it's never acceptable he would not say at then he was asked this question cut twenty four he said keeping Britain same so suppose your prime minister our intelligence services say there are special forces have located the new leader of ISIS in their sights we can get him do you give the go ahead to take a let's find out what the situation is at that moment in time and what I've said all along as we practice international little we stand by and abide by international and if it is possible only if it's possible the end you try to capture that person that you address is written by someone who's a territory this is because you said you want to keep the country safe and we are under threat of terrorism how do you arrest Sunday in hostile territory surrounded by armed killers said wearing a suicide I said if it is possible but let's look at it in a serious way also if it's not possible would you give the go ahead tonight to take I would take the appropriate decisions at that time when I knew the same thing you would do it yeah I don't think you would do it how can you how can you not say yes it's the leader of ISIS they've been beheading British citizens the leader of ISIS is in your sights it's impossible to capture would you take him out and he wouldn't answer the question will have to think about at the time because we know what the real answers he wouldn't do it they wouldn't do it he also said he would be neutral on brexit out what is that he apparently had a huge problem with his answer on taxes.

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Corbyn says Labour has offered apologies to antisemitism victims

Guy Benson

04:02 min | 2 years ago

Corbyn says Labour has offered apologies to antisemitism victims

"This evening on BBC Jeremy Corbyn the labor leader head of the December twelfth election just melted down in an interview one on one he was asked whether he would apologize to the Jewish community for the rank antisemitism in the labor party that's been so bad that multiple members of parliament who were Jewish have left the party yesterday the chief rabbi in the U. K. put out a statement urging the people to vote against labor because they are an anti semitic party there's been one Jewish member had to have physical security at a labor party conference because Jeremy Corbyn and his band of labor have turned extremely bigoted against Jews it's just it's very ugly he of course claims that he's innocent vas he's innocent of being terrorism apologist which he is he's innocent of being a Marxist which she is he was asked will you apologize for the anti semitism and there's also reporting that he helped cover up the anti semitism and the investigations that were internal of were white washes what he apologized listen to cut twenty three wouldn't you like to take this opportunity tonight to apologize to the British Jewish community for what happens on our site is this I am determined that our society we say for people of all faiths I don't want anyone to be feeling insecure in our society and our government will protect every community don't yes the abuse they receive on the streets on the trains all in all the jeep all those forms of life one more time Andrew can I explain what we're trying to do you have been you've been given plenty of time to do it I asked you if you want to talk to I don't want anyone to go through what anyone has said that several times I understand that Mr Cogan I was asking about an apology and we never got an apology that never came from Jeremy Corbyn he is the leader of a party that is now seen by Jewish people as anti semitic including the chief rabbi in the country he personally stacked investigation to down play these problems he's at people leaving the party because of it as he handled it badly obviously if he wants to say we've handled badly but I'm not a bigot he could have said that of course I apologize and it's never acceptable he would not say at then he was asked this question cut twenty four he said keeping Britain same so suppose your prime minister our intelligence services say there are special forces have located the new leader of ISIS in their sights we can get him do you give the go ahead to take a let's find out what the situation is at that moment in time and what I've said all along as we practice international little we stand by and abide by international and if it is possible only if it's possible the end you try to capture that person that you address is written by someone who's a territory this is because you said you want to keep the country safe and we are under threat of terrorism how do you arrest Sunday in hostile territory surrounded by armed killers said wearing a suicide I said if it is possible but let's look at it in a serious way also if it's not possible would you give the go ahead tonight to take I would take the appropriate decisions at that time when I knew the same thing you would do it yeah I don't think you would do it how can you how can you not say yes it's the leader of ISIS they've been beheading British citizens the leader of ISIS is in your sights it's impossible to capture would you take him out and he wouldn't answer the question will have to think about at the time because we know what the real answers he wouldn't do it they wouldn't do it he also said he would be neutral on brexit out what is that he apparently had a huge problem with his answer on taxes

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"mr cogan" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"mr cogan" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Providence city council members proposing a resolution to keep the Christopher Columbus statute that sits in the Elmwood section of Providence keep it exactly where it is the counselor is James Taylor and he said the statue has long been an important place making element to the neighborhood of Elmwood the resolution put forward says the Columbus statue was a gift to the city of Providence from the Elmwood association and it has historical significance in Taylor's resolution he says the only way the statue can be moved to see if the Elmwood neighborhood is consulted first the Columbus statue doused in blood red paint from head to toe last month on the holiday honoring him a sign saying stop celebrating genocide was tied around the but the pedestal with the chain the word genocide was also spray painted on the base of the statue now following the incident Providence mayor Jorge Laursen talked about relocating the statue from the Elmwood neighborhood of federal hill businesses owners on the hill by the way which is the center of the city's telling an American community of course they said that they want the statue move there vandals also targeted the Columbus statue back in two thousand seventeen when they poured red and black paint on it they also included an expletive followed by Columbus is named the resolution is to be discussed tomorrow by the way all right so elections held it yesterday in three communities here in Rhode Island and of course in fall river two and Mr Cogan once they're in a lance died over Korea for the fall river mayor here Sheila should from Eyewitness News school committee member Paul Calden overwhelmingly wins fall rivers mayoral race defeating come in days of Korea and writing candidate Kathy.

"mr cogan" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"mr cogan" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"And very intriguing what you tell me Mr global of one we go downstairs and chat about over a Cup of coffee now Mr Cogan you don't understand can I haven't had my breakfast how can I do my best from her island joins without something hot my stomach trying to find out who killed a man for this I have to miss my breakfast I tell you don't understand my wife sleeps in the morning she used to work for you I want to give me what you know about him now because it won't wait on an empty stomach all right current he works was one of the hardest cases you're the only kisses goodbye you don't know anything about him after that you're just a little kid that I say that I know a lot of Bob and let me open my mouth a little it's open your a doll we put down on the cold murder case remember who doesn't Mrs calling from murdered shot to death in a house on Long Island that one cost us a company a hundred grand police for handling and where to put a private investigator on all of the body adjusting flop till he said he couldn't find a thing to prove that Mrs call was nephew on his wife committed the ma'am remember Johnny and out a raid level kids at all of us on when the murders the state office telling recorded no evidence not even from our own ball and then after that band with Arjuna all right tell JM he turned in a memo that we should pay the kids a hundred grand insurance the and left the boy shook hands all around resigned then right away we find out he was making merry with the read kids all over town and the whole idea and all that that was a password on our office how then as wife were always in the company of the kids why the kids recorded them the right to make their own friends for a hundred grand we keep tryin like a coffee now yeah here's a dime let it be on me that's first portion of Broadway is might be more after these words AM seven sixty talk.

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"mr cogan" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

10:02 min | 3 years ago

"mr cogan" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Attorney general judge it Senator any problem with that. No, not at all from my point of view. I was one of the Republicans insisting that Muller be allowed to do his job. I never thought it was a witch hunt. The mullahs report is in no collusion. No notice. Muller didn't do anything on obstruction now insisting that we get to the bottom of this. I want all the documents around the FIS weren't application released who want to find out exactly how the counterintelligence operation began. I think transparency is good for the American people. Not one democrat seems to care. I was the hero. When I said, let's support Muller, I wish some democrat would come forward to find out at the Pfizer court was defrauded by the FBI. And the department of Justice saw support attorney general Spar to make this as transparent as possible. Critics make two points, particularly about this issue of declassifying, because these are after all the crown jewels of the intelligence committee, including reportedly, the identity of a key informant who was close to Putin here the. The two questions that they raise one can bar- be trusted with the grits and to kind of be trusted, not to cherry pick the information to make a case for the president. Well, I think he can be trusted. And I'm going to look at this. You know, nobody doubted my trust or my ability to be fair, when I supported Muller, the people who are worried about this are worried about being exposed for taking the law into their own hands. It doesn't surprise me that the people were looking at, they don't want transparency. We're not compromising national security here. We're trying to create a system to make sure this never happens again by shedding light on what happened with the FIS of warrant process, the counterintelligence investigation did they have a lawful reason so Bill President Trump's campaign, did they lie to the Pfizer court, every American should want to find that out the other big story in Washington this week because the extraordinary war of words between President Trump and speaker Pelosi, the president ended up saying that House Democrats have a choice they can either legislate or investigate here he is. And I walked into the room and I told. Senator Schumer speaker Pelosi, I wanna do infrastructure. But you know what you can't do it under these circumstances. So get these phony investigations of with you have made it clear, Senator, you disapprove of what the Democrats are doing to the president. But you also say that he can't allow them to go to him into during the nation's problems. Yeah. What started all this Nancy Pelosi is riding a bucking, while Bronco call the democratic caucus seventy percent of the democratic base throughout America wants? President Trump in pieced. She knows it impeachment would be political suicide because there's no reason to impeach the president. So she's trying to keep the party intact if she goes down impeachment road. Republicans take back the house. We keep the Senate President Trump's get gets reelected, but her job is very much at risk. So what, what I think's going to happen here, I think that she's going to be driven toward impeachment. If she goes down that road, it will be suicide for the Democratic Party from President Trump's point of view. I disagree with the idea that you can't work with them all they're doing things like this. You have to work with them. You can't control Mr President, what the Democrats do, but you can't control what you do, and you need to lead this country to better bridges and roads and lower prescription drug prices, if they say no to you that, that will help you, if they say, yes. Work with you that will help the country. So I don't believe that the idea of working with the democrat should be taken off the table, because they're going to for you, call all of what's going on here in Washington, a political circus, but you took a different view back when you were leading the impeachment. Now furred against Bill Clinton back in the late nineties at that time you said that any president and you've talked to the civically about Clinton, and Richard Nixon who defied congress when it came to subpoenas was endanger hood, impeachment here, you are back then. You're becoming the judge and jury it is not your job to tell us what we need. It is your job to comply with the things we need to provide oversight over you question. Why is it an impeachable offense for Clinton or Nixon back, then to ignore congressional subpoenas? But it's okay for President Trump to do now. Well, there's two things here, the Muller investigation was a special counsel, appointed to find out if the president committed a crime, if he colluded with the Russians if he obstructed Justice, the president gave him one point four million documents to Muller, everybody around the president was allowed to testify, he never claimed it to privilege. He complied. No cover-up work with Muller Muller's, the final word on this for me. So if Clinton had stiff Ken Starr, that's different foot. Nadler's doing is trying to destroy the president and his family hour. The president, I fight back against this political revenge coming out of the house. Muller was the man of the law Muller was an independent voice that we all trusted to be fair. I don't trust. House Democrats to be fair. They're trying to redo the mullahs report. They're trying to make up other stuff and at the end of the day will be political suicide for them to impeach. If I were the president, I would fight Nadler tooth and nail. I'm glad it cooperated with Muller. That's the diff. Silence. As we have reported the president today. I don't know. Maybe it was today. Maybe it was yesterday these time differences with Japan, confused me, the president tweeted this, and I want to put it up on the screen North Korea fired off some small weapons, which gives me which disturbs, some of my people and others, but not me. I have confidence that chairman Kim will keep his promise to me. Do you share the president's confidence in Kim? And how do you square that with the fact that his own national security advisor, president's national security adviser, John Bolton said, just the day before that the firing these missiles was a violation of UN resolutions. I don't think it's remotely possible that chairman Cam will give up his Nico weapons until he feels the threat to do, so I'm glad the president's engaging him all those before President Trump failed on their watch and President Trump is finally get Kim Jong attention but I'm not naive about this. I think they're trying to run out the clock on President Trump the only way camel, give up his Nieker weapons if he believes he's better off without them, and you gotta make the threat of military force real if he continues to missiles and bombs directed at America what we do in Venezuela, and what we do in Iran will make a difference. They still have Camry access us in North Korea. I want to get to both of those trouble spots in a moment, but just to go back you say that he needs to in effect present a threat to Kim. So what good does it do? Or do you think it was a mistake to tweet out that the on my advisors were upset about firing these missiles, but not me and that he has confidence in Kim to keep his promise? I think he's trying to give a North Korea some space to come back to the table. And in this like every other president, he's trying very hard to stop the Nikolay advancements North Korea. I think he's made more progress in other presence because he's engaging him personally, but President Trump will be judged by the outcome. It's not the process at the end of the day did Kim give up his nuclear arsenal on President Trump's watch in return for security and prosperity where long way from there. But I'm hoping we can get there. I'll give Trump the Spacey needs to deal with Kim. But I'll remind the president that you have to deliver on this. This is one of the signature issues of your administration. All right. Let's talk about Iran. President sending fifteen hundred more troops to the Middle East to counter the threaten Iran. And also, he says as part of the counter to the threat to Iran. He has announced arm sales on an emergency basis, eight billion dollars in arms sales to Saudi Arabia. Via the United Arab Emirates and Jordan any problem with the president going around congress, and particularly when it comes to arm sales to Saudi Arabia continuing to do business with the regime got slaughtered Jamal kashogi. Yeah. I've got a real problem. We're going back to doing business as usual. Saudi Arabia Jordan's our great ally as been problematic in Yemen, but are good ally, Saudi Arabia's a strategic ally. But the crown prince was in my opinion involved in the murder, Mr. Cogan. He's done a lot of other disruptive things. So I don't I don't support the arm sales now but I do support American troops going in to the Mideast and larger numbers to deter Iran. Let there be no doubt from my point of view, the threat stream against American personnel in Iraq coming from Iran. Particularly Shiite militia controlled by the I told was real. I'm glad they Brahim Lincoln is in the region. I'm glad we're sending more troops. And why is this happening the maximum pressure campaign against Iran is working, you can't buy oil from Iran anymore without being sanctioned yourself. And they arraigning revolutionary guard the henchman of the tola narrow subject to sanctions. They're terrorist organization. So President Trump is putting a lot of. On iran. They're trying to break our will, and this is an effort to deter raining Iranian aggression, invade. Iran, Senator, I got two more issues. I want to squeeze them both. And if I can the president is reportedly, considering issuing pardons around Memorial Day around tomorrow, to service members that were either convicted or accused of committing war-crimes. Here's how the president explains it, we'll look at it.

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"mr cogan" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"mr cogan" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Well, that was fun. Wasn't it? Michigan. Yes. How's everything is the library years? Miss higgins. How is everything at the library sign? That's nice. People still reading as much as ever, I suppose. Yeah. Yes. They are. That's nice. Help me George. Ms higgins. Yes. Read any good books lately. Jay image, Gauguin driver. Tell you about the war eighteen twelve. Yes. You did. Oh. Mister Gauguin eighteen. Yes, you did. Oh, jeez. General there's a moon out tonight. And there's a swing on the porch. Isn't there somebody you'd like to take out there? Well, no. Well, then what Mr. Cogan Michigan's do? We are gone. General. I meant miss Higgins. Oh, no, no, get I'd much rather talk to you. Please general remember the fun. We had yesterday when I charged. Rick your skirt. Geno. We're knocked over Bunker Hill and spent an hour together. Madonna. General the next thing you'll be telling them how we took fort Sumter and got locked in the closet. Now. Wait a minute. Please George say something. Hi, liz. Hits.

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"mr cogan" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"mr cogan" Discussed on WDRC

"Library such romantic places. Well. All over for me now. Oh, now general miss Higgins won't stay mad. If you go and apologize. No, no. I tried that. But didn't work. I'm a lonesome, ma'am. I ain't got nobody to talk to talk about. Apples. All soldiers just been left behind. General you can talk to me if you like. Any time. How about this afternoon? Oh, well, that's that's fine. Oh. Trump rich right over. I'll see you later gen. Yes. General you may go here quarter. Oh, I. You better practice, Katie the generals coming over? Oh, it won't matter. If I flew not MRs Mugabe, he never remembers who've I am anyway the other day I was sitting in the upstairs window, and Mr. Cogan, striped, pajamas, knee hollered. Well, bob. What did you say hollered back showed up your head? But spare mythical bats pajama bottoms? Next time. I buy George's pajamas with thirteen stars in the seat. I'll again, kind kinda cute reminds me of my first husband Clara fighter.

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"mr cogan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"mr cogan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"With out preconditions. Meet me to talk about Brexit. Well, Mr. Cogan kicked back at that. And the European Union's chief Brexit negotiate Michelle Bonnier has warned Britain that leaving the EU without a deal is the default scenario, and the fact majority of British members of parliament opposes will not stop it happening. You speaking in Brussels. This is what he said posing new deal will not stop no deal from acne. And. To start no deal. Majority for another solution will need to emerge. Did she objective of the political Costa -tations that there is a may I started, and we essentially we hope that this process will be successful. And there's not much time to get a deal that was Michelle bond. Yeah. You're listening to NewsHour from the BBC World Service right here on WNYC in New York. Stay tuned coming up at ten this morning. It's the Brian Lehrer show. Hear why friendship across racial lines is both difficult unnecessary. Plus a closer look at Amazon's public policy priorities as it prepares to open a new hub in queens. That's coming up this morning starting at ten o'clock. The Brian Lehrer show here on WNYC thirty four degrees, overcast right now in New York City. There is a thirty percent. Chance of rain later on mainly after four o'clock today with a high today near forty five degrees. Support for WNYC comes from the Yale school of management executive education presenting women on boards a program, which coaches executive women to secure a seat at the corporate board. Table begins may fifth. Learn more by searching for yell women on boards..

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"mr cogan" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

08:47 min | 3 years ago

"mr cogan" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"If Putin likes Donald Trump challenges in the Middle East and locally Republican and democrat repeal ObamaCare this tax to the tweets fake news. What's happening in your world is happening at the top and thirty minutes past the hour neighbor across the state in the region across the globe. Get the latest live news on WLS AM. Stay informed by staying connected. Very closely connected. WLS AM. Dot com. Mornings on WLS Mankato six to nine. How do we have a new governor? I think you can get up to around four hundred people a day with all the new taxes plants nine zero really government by media. Now, it's the cable opera studied the network television cable. It's horrible. Rush Limbaugh eleven to two thousand what's best for people is purely and simply about the acquisition and holding power of a Cup of coffee or ten W L S AM eight nine thousand nine hundred cogos news and talk. It'd be an intern weekend. Nice holiday, the Reverend Dr Martin Luther King junior holiday, of course. I woke up to news this morning that Israel was retaliating against Iran in Syria that so that's a little too hot for most of us. We know that there's a lot of activity in Syria recently, the president correspondent surprise announcement to withdraw that's been pushed back a little bit. We think well, let's talk to an expert here jet. Bama. Former United States deputy undersecretary of defense served with Bush forty one in our rights for the Washington Times. And he's forgotten more about this than the rest of us will ever know a jet. Happy new year, sir. I believe this the first time we talk in two thousand nineteen. Yes, we have and happy new year to your John. Thanks for the big up. Do you find yourself becoming more or less cynical as the years progress? Oh, more. I mean, I was always pessimistic. But now, I'm cynical and pessimistic the problem with being a cynic or pessimist is we're very annoying people. Because usually, right. Yeah. Yeah. History generally improves, you're right. All right. Let's start with Israel is firing back on Iran. How problematic? Has this? And it makes it even. Comp more complications in a very complicated world. Well, it's not as problematic as much of the other stuff is going on there. Let's not forget Iran is building military sites in Syria most Israeli boarder they've been doing it for about two years. Now, he's rallies have been gradually bombing them and hitting them in various places around there. This one included a strike near the Damascus airport. So we Israelis are doing what they need to do, quite frankly. And I think it's gonna get worse. And I think you may agree. Well, see another Israel is Bala war in Lebanon this year as a result is don't forget his Bala is a polio. Proxy either on so it an Iranian fingerprints on this missile, which was launched towards Israel. Oh, yeah. I mean, no question about that. But, you know, even if it weren't the fact that the fact that the uranian are building these installations, they're they're sending a lot of troops in their manufacturing missiles in Syria. Descends the Lebanon and us from Syria. They're a tremendous aggressive force. And you know, it's right up close lease really border. So he's really don't have a heck of a lot of choice. They've gotta take out as much of the Iranian assets as they can and the Russians aren't gonna help help us on that front. Are they aren't any other front? They can think of I mean, that's just not their nature, Mr Putin and his government's know going back to the eighteenth century the Russians have this idea of really interfering wherever they can to pursue their own interests chavinist here from the Washington Times. Let's move onto the latest suicide bombing Taliban in Afghanistan, your thoughts on that. And how bad is that going to get as we try to deal with, you know, having them essentially provide their own security and also run their own air force where dumping billions and billions of dollars into this very ineffective air force. Well, we've been. Doing it for more or less. What all seventeen and a half years now, John it's not getting better. It's getting worse the Taliban holds I don't hold me number. But I think it's about twenty five percent of the of the provinces in Afghanistan, they control the country in the population. And I think you know, we've been spending so much time and money and lives trying to build a nation there. It just isn't working and we need to get out. And try something else. Get out now that brings us to the president. Of course, he got a lot of pushback from people even in the same party, even in the White House. Oh, John Bolton bold new surprise here. We're getting out of Syria. But if in fact, right down the road in Iraq. Anyway, how how how compromise can we be if we just pull two thousand troops out of Syria. What do you think? Well, you know, the problem is what's the tremors of them staying what are they going to? You know, what's going to happen? If they pull out, you know, we pull out of Afghanistan is going to be quickly. Taken over by the Taliban again, and we'll be back to the pre nine eleven Afghanistan, which is a hotbed for training terrorists. So we can't really pull out there altogether. If we pull out of Syria, you know, certainly ISIS is not defeated yet. But just as importantly, probably even more. So the Kurds are going to get blown up by Mr. Cogan in Turkey on now. Mr. Trump Mondays ago, two days two weeks ago today at a conversation with the dawn and say if you attack the Kurds, we're going to devastate your economy, and that was kind of an offer that are doing couldn't refuse and he reads, the not attack occurs. Okay. That's good. If we draw if there's more coming out of Syria, maybe we end up with a situation where don't thinks he can get away with attacking urge. Anyway, and goes ahead, and does it so we're we're pretty much stuck. I think in terms of what Mike? On peyot said at the university of Cairo about a week or so ago. That's probably the best course that we can set. He was very tough talked about Syria, and Iran, and the fact that Obama's foreign policy in the Middle East at pretty much led to the mess. We have today. I'm glad you brought up because I just talked to a journalist who broke the news that he is meeting with a deep pocketed Republican strategists thinking about resigning the secretary of state office and returned to Kansas to run for Senate. Well, I'd be doggone shame because he's a very good secretary of state. And quite frankly, I don't know there's very many people who could step into that post would be nearly as good I think Mr. Trump really needs somebody like him having a hand on the tiller on foreign policy. John Bolton is terrific to but John is different. And quite frankly, I think Mr. Pompeo would be very very good thing. Every state I think Bolton wants the job of secretary of state, I knew John fifteen years ago, and he's very capable guy. But I think frankly, again Pompeii would be better because I think he's he's farther seeing in in a lot of ways. And finally, what's your what's your favorite cigar right now. And you're single malt scotch, well as always it's the old armory in family classics. He has one it's called the connoisseur. We've made in two thousand one it's a seventeen year old eighteen. Year old cigar and smokes, just like a dream. And I've got a full of them right now. What's the price on that? What's the price point on that ballpark about fifteen bucks stick? That's not too bad. Not too bad. You know, I'm only smoke one a day. I mean, God like to do more. But I think for my health and from my pocket, I think that's about enough as a single malt scotch is. You know, we talked about this many times before the Glenn Ross is probably the finest scotch. It's you're gonna find if you can find it. I had a bottle of nineteen sixty eight Glenn Ross many years ago, and it was probably the nectar of the gods. Sixty eight. I am Bill. Finding one since psychiatry pappy van winkle a few years ago. And I drank way too fast. Well, urban do that too. That's too sweet for me. It's got a lot of bird. But it's just a it's good. But I'll stick with stick to scotch Jeddah. Another bottle. Thank you for your time. I'll send it along directly. We appreciate it. And we'll read you in Washington Times. Thanks, John was talk against you. Jed Bavin joining us here on wwl S on the roads right now. 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"mr cogan" Discussed on Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired

Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"mr cogan" Discussed on Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired

"Is it starts off with? Your dream like I want you to know. What is it that you want to do in retirement is it travel isn't mission work? Do you wanna start a side business? Whatever that is. Because our dreams will motivate us more than fear can scare us. And so I want you to tap into that because that will help you to be serious, and that'll help you to stay focus. Angela. Thank you so much again, get started on student loan debt attacks smallest the biggest and then move from there. All right moving on. I got an Email in from Sarah, and Sarah is pumped. Here's what she says. She says my husband, and I are in our mid twenties. Wow. And regularly. Listen to your show. We recently took financial peace university and paid off twenty four thousand in consumer debt in seven months. Why are we pumped because we went to our count last week to prep for this new year, and we already have a net worth of two hundred and fifty thousand we're on our way to becoming everyday millionaires. We're on baby steps. Four through seven and are having a blast giving in ways we never could before. Thanks for the focus you're providing signed, Sarah. Well, I gotta tell you something I'm pumped for you to the fact that you guys are in your mid twenties, and you're already have a net worth of two hundred and fifty thousand dollars and you're giving that is phenomenal. And yes, there is no doubt in my mind that you're on your way to becoming an everyday millionaire. There's no doubt. But there's a couple of things you're going to have to do you guys are gonna have to stay connected and working together. And let's also start to dream out loud. What do you want it to look like, what do you want your future to look like where you guys traveling to and more importantly, how long you gonna stay there? Do you want to go overseas? Do you want to do mission trips or hey, you talking about all ready doing giving in ways you never could before? How do you increase that? How do you go bigger with that begin to write those things down because what? Do help you stay rooted and clear about what you want and more important why it's important to you. So thank you so much Sarah for that. I absolutely love it. All right VIP's. I'm back to the phone. I've got Jamie calling in from zuri, Jamie. How are you? How how and I'm well. How are you? Well, listen, my name's Chris you say, Mr. Cogan for my daddy. Okay. You're doing. All right. Yes. I'm doing great. Thank you for asking. How can I help you today? Okay. So my husband, and I are baby step three complete our emergency fund and a few slush funds. We wanna start focus our efforts on Sunday. A large addition on our home. We love our location in..

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"mr cogan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"mr cogan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Twenty-nine minutes past seven hit in London. And let's continue now with today's newspapers joining me in the stews journalists and communications consultant Simon book Ramona, good morning to you. So she'll be so with Lomond, which is not awfully keen on Jerry Cobra. No, it's interesting. Isn't it normally the European papers? If they're reporting Brexit's and Britain's attitude towards the focusing very much inevitably on Theresa May, the government the British government and the conservative policy. But yeah, this is an interesting pace hair leading actually in the mall and looking at Jeremy Corbyn and his constructive ambiguity the policy that he's had so far of of giving sort of different messages, different impressions to different constituencies pro and anti you. And as you say, it's the pieces, I think it's interesting for start. Because is it suggesting that given the woes of of Theresa May, the next person who might be carrying on the negotiations with the could be Jeremy Corbyn, the moaned readers could see Mr. Cogan standing alongside president Macron, for instance. But as you say, it's it's not very complimentary. Really? I mean, it's pointing out that he has managed to maintain. This. This ambiguity over the last few months of the last year or. To on on Brexit. But it looks at the fact that this probably will have to come to an end soon. The piece looks at the site of the, you know, the the position of people like Chuck are Muna new labor if you like London-based MP other London-based MP's a pro European Tokes about John McDonnell. Jeremy Coleman's number two talking about the second referendum as being inevitable and also Sadique calm. The mayor of of London who provoked some controversy during the London New year's follow works by displaying the flag and things so yeah, it's it's interesting that taking Kovin seriously. But they're certainly not very impressed with his sort of ambiguity ambiguous position towards the macro had his own problems this weekend. Absolutely, Jamie, cold movie, his worst nightmare while in many ways. That's the point the Kobe in the labor type doesn't. -sarily want to see it and continue to be a member of the because it would damage the kind of reforms he would like to introduce which very different from the kind reforms that president Macron's looking for now, we're not quite back into the swing of work yet are we I mean, it's really only just. Talk about Christmas up -solutely, not just Christmas. But the fact that one in four of us in the UK anyway on now taking Christmas presents bag that we bought online say I speak from personal experience. Why.

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