12 Burst results for "Mr Seo"
"mr seo" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"And slider, the two dominant pitches for John Gray this year, incorporating the change up a little bit more, though. Check swing and he went to fire down at first base. Mr Seo. I said Strike three fan with a glare at the First base umpire. That's the first strike out of the game for John Great. The really good pitch that absolutely tied fam up on the inside portion, and the time he realized that that bat was around. One down. Here comes another left handed batter to cool. Marcano came into the game last night and is starting its second base. He'll take a curveball for a strike. John doesn't throw that is often drops one here. Marcano. Single walk run scored last night. Playing in his 12th game jammed, He rolls it out towards second trios. Got it on over to Matt Adams. Then to saw it off shots here in the second By John. Great, Really good. Feel really good command early on, nothing squared up. By the Padres. You know that Strike three on FAM was John's 15 pitch of the game. 15 pitch brought to us by Geico 15 minutes can save you 15% or more on car insurance..
"mr seo" Discussed on Over the Shoulder
"Can how can i explain this. The amax like in the rap genre. He was one of the only people that i felt like. You really had the whole person like whether it's he's talking about his struggles or whether he's praying and like knowing like you know in his prayers he's like i know i'm center. Forgive me like his prayers really genuine An and i mean just him him as a person he felt like you really knew him. And i feel like for a lot of us fans. That's what we identify with like. You feel like you know somebody like the inmates. You are just have experiences experienced his experiences with him right. yeah me. Experts just wanted those a larger than life figures that we grew up with. You know what i'm saying like. He had music that could match danner any emotion that she had. You know what. I'm saying whether it was the first movie music. The i mean whether it was rough riders anthem whether those slipping great party up How's it going down like a vows the we can go on and on and on like a money. Cash hoes like The fact that he has spiritual warfare as most of what is what is his life story was usually about. Like the you know you look at the bt has a really good series rough. Riders like is different I definitely watch down yes. I've seen his childhood coming up All the adversity had to go through Had a breed. Somebody one of a kind into lose you know those one of a kind type of individuals and we've been losing them consecutively ryan bang bang bang bangs shit. And he's not gonna spirit although they're saying he's he's in a vegetative state so You know flesh is still alive. So you're still alive. We're hearing this very very little brain activity a no brain activity right now. The families come coming to see him And i'm not a doctor. But from what i know from medical dramas you don't really come back from lack of nothing that long. Not for that long. It's been a couple of days all right So you know we say prayers and wishes and toss over to the next family to the ex family It does suck to lose a voice thing. I love about dan. Max is always the the timber of his voice. Start a lot of rappers will into growl and scream and yell and be ultra passionate with you via wax pressings from new york from the. You're trying to be cool. They're trying to cool late you. There's not a infliction going on but the imax right up down loud whatever all over the place. I agree with your time. When you say like one of the rare pieces of individuals that we get to see the public limelight in full totality of what that person is from addict to award winner. You know what. I mean right to reality. Tv shows and you know to being actor right. That christmas song would him is like legendary everybody. It is a dan pastor. And i'm glad we were. He was able to receive his flowers for more time. Especially during the versus battles dope for his catalog to be appreciated rehashed. Yup introduced to a younger audience. Hopefully so. I know he was working on an album. That's what he was talking about on a drink chance joined. That came out months ago. So hopefully there's some you know something to commemorate now recently but is at the end of the day. Sucks man fucking crazy wild suffering but we were walking out to the over. The show to podcast. This is your chance to drop on three professional creatives as we discussed the sources happenings. And inspirations from the creative industry from film to production to music culture. Join us each week as we push the envelope on. The possibilities of the creative industry are host for this week. Of course you main man twenty grand. Your boy be more brown. What's up everybody. how shit sound. Good one guy in the building. Tom tom tom degree ak tatum. 'cause now you're doing my thing backpack medicaid money making matt aka mr seo silent partner or less highland park. Welcome back allegedly money. I like money. Making allegedly allegedly allegedly. Thank you all for coming to over the shoulder. It is time for the word of the day the dan. Today's where today is brought to you brought to you by dictionary dot com. Today's the day is brought to you by dictionary. Dot com those admin ical. Oh shit medical. What's that mean at medical aid auxiliary. Okay so day was mad. We can do the podcast As is the headphones really medical. But we could just rock out. Just talking to the mike's ryan might not come out. As good phones are ad medical madden monocle medical auxiliary aid but i guess we don't really need them really need them right. It's really nice to have. It is no all right. all right next segment. This been offered a couple of months. We got some news to share with the podcast. About time time matt was up in was up in up in chopping up the street so instead of this week and creativity. We have this week in creativity. Look i'm not this week. I'm sorry this month okay. Creativity all right. So i pulled three stories if anybody has anything else. Please please feel free to edit in. So i don't know if y'all fell assault but after we took our break real briefly if i took outbreak stacey dash stacey dash came knocking on the door to cook out and says that she wants back into black culture. Not because she doesn't necessarily disagree with what she was saying but because she was angry because she was coming from a place of negativities and representing herself very Unfortunately on fox news stacey dash wants to be back into the coach. Tom tom what you think about six is asking them back to the coach. I i'm not. I'm not sure what would i. What about ben carson. But we have a big ours instituting. I don't know stacey dash reading books and everything black blackness is not a monolith. Exactly that being said it's some other group would negative zone accommodate here. Hurry angie. i'm pretty sure not be mice. That's all. I would say that all right now the group well i mean she you just gotta remember them for like the good moments at that point. Going to live auction clueless all falls down video. And that's about it. The king cover baby got that tax. Thanks i'm sorry you had to remind us on. Yeah i guess. I guess the verdict is real short stays okay. What about fifty cents. I watched the power. What about what about. What about a month power. I mean you know fifty similar supporter of donald trump as well for the bag and we just lay beside okay. Fifty is cool. Look i mean it's one thing to just go ahead and vote for bigger saying it's another thing when you are on network news on a daily basis parade for this dude champion championing for the dude and just put with them is. I don't know fifties. I mean you look at you. Look a little wayne at now. I have my reasons through isolating from this group. Like fifty away. But it's just..
"mr seo" Discussed on House of #EdTech
"Interests and to figure out what those things are they need to be given the space to come up with creative solutions to topics that interest them students should be using virtual platforms and we know that they are right. Now as i'm recording this during this time in history they need to be able to use virtual platforms to talk with experts about their ideas. We need to help students connect with real people. Doing real things experts and gurus are out there. Just reach out. Play the teacher card. I've had numerous opportunities myself here in the twenty twenty twenty twenty one school year to speak with teachers and students all around the country about podcasts and podcasting. I've never said no to anyone who reaches out hint hint wink wink. If you're doing anything with podcasting and you'd like to talk to you or your class. Just reach out. I'll make it happen. Creativity as we put the train back on. The tracks is something that gets pushed aside way too easy in education why we don't test for creativity and apparently if you don't test for something it's not valuable. I call bunk. I wrote something else in my notes. I look at my own sons. Have my third grader. Have my kindergartner. I can already see the signs of fading creativity and my third grader because of what school focuses on for him as a third grader. I remember and this. This breaks my heart. I remember when he was in first grade his teacher talking me on back to school night and no no offense to to his teacher but this teacher was almost proud and excited that and again. I'm she's telling me this on back to school night that the second half of first grade is where they would go heavier on academics and less on the play in the fund. And you know what kindergarten was. I was very upset when i heard that my kindergartner is very imaginative. And it's all it's still something that he shares with his older brother. But i do see the cracks. Where my older son. He's less creative than he was when he was in second grade or in first grade or kindergarten. I got to work hard to keep him creative. Hence knock knock. Who's there we can relax and be goofy and musar imagination. Find jokes to tell funny stories to share. My wife and i will always encourage creativity. I try to lead that myself. This podcast in and of itself is a creative expression. Did you like here in the intro to to the last episode. I was super excited to as i was planning the last episode to come up with using the voice of the mouse at the beginning of the episode. Now if you don't have young children you may have recognized the voice but not understood the reference but. Hopefully you enjoyed that. I was really excited. When it comes to creativity. I also have to fight a lack of creativity in the high school and at the college level students at all levels at. It's a slow breakdown for these kids. They've been conditioned before they even get to me to simply looked to be told what to know told what to do. What are the steps. What do i need to do to get a good grade and they just wanna play the game of school. The problem is when they get to me. I offer them opportunities to be creative. I don't provide clear set of instructions not in a negative way but the thing is i seldom see genuine creativity. I've had a few students at the high school and college level who are genuine creative spirits. Now i do believe to the letter that everybody is creative to some degree but i also think that creativity is like a muscle and in order to improve our creativity. We need to get reps. We need to have opportunities to express our creativity and that means be bored. Let your mind wander draw. Do things take breaks. Do things you wouldn't normally do. There's a lot of ways that we can exercise our creativity. We just need to give those opportunities to students. I encourage you to provide more creative opportunities. The more chances are students get the better. They will get it being creative. I'm scared for what innovation is going to look like in the future or it's going to be scared scary. It's going to be sad and scary. We'll go with that. When students who were never given the opportunity to be creative look back on their education and think boy. Did my teacher fail me by not giving me opportunities. It wasn't until i got out of high school or got out of college where i could have more control over my learning and my growth and at that point they don't think of it as learning. They just think they can do what they want to do when they want to do it so we need to give them those opportunities remember. They're not going to remember specifically what you taught them. Somebody said somewhere. They're gonna remember how you made them feel so make them feel like they can be creative and provide them with that opportunity number. Two communication is key as again. We're talking about the four cs. Communication is the key to ensuring students are able to get the resources they need to make the most of their time not only in school but in life. How are you instilling in your students. The ability to communicate effectively and share ideas. I try to do it through modeling. I don't hold back positive or critical. The communication that i have with students is as genuine as honest and as transparent as i can possibly be in any given moment. Students need to see an experience different types of communication. How many emails do you get now. Where students or even adults put the entire message in the subject line of an e mail. Who's teaching these kids. How to send email. My hand is raised. I'm trying they should be able to express their thinking in a variety of ways. Whether it's through video through audio through writing through drawing. That's one of the things that i kind of harp on in social studies is how are we communicating our ideas and continuing to tell and contribute to the human narrative. We got to provide opportunity. We've got to show kids that they can express themselves have to encourage students to express themselves and to be able to communicate effectively with others number three. We need to foster success. through collaboration. k through twelve education is being driven by the idea of fostering culture to encourage students to work together to solve problems. Modern classroom designs must incorporate new elements one example. Flexible seating your kids are not going to be able to collaborate. Rose getting ready to work in that factory. One day what. There's not a lot of factories. Okay then stop putting your kids in rose. Why aren't your kids allowed to sit near each other now. Granted as i'm recording this social distancing. I get that eventually we'll be able to be in a classroom. Kids will be able to sit with each other. Hopefully you encourage students to do that. We need to provide an opportunity where students can grasp complex content and they can become more energized to use that knowledge constructively again if we go back to communication and creativity what is all of that or any of that mean if we can't share that with others or be inspired by others because we are better together back in two thousand eighteen rene patent who was cisco's us public sector director of education said quote regular and persistent use of collaboration or web. Conferencing technology in the classroom is the best way to create and grow a digital school culture and thus a new digital learning environment. Well that was in two thousand eighteen and here we are in twenty twenty one and if you are not using web conferencing technology in your classroom. How the heck are you teach and right now whether you're hybrid or virtual. What are we doing so we're living this. We've got to live it better. We've got to inspire and teach the kids how to collaborate. You can't be on your virtual meeting simply talking at them. You've got to let them go a little bit. Whether you're using breakout rooms or kumo space or just giving them time away from the meeting to get on facetime and figure out how they can collaborate and communicate with another person. Let them figure it out on their own a little bit. Tell them to go out and find a tool that they can collaborate with with somebody else org for. Fostering collaboration is not just for students. Either teachers you like me like your friend over there. Who's not listening to you looking at you. Funny for listening to a podcast and now i'm talking out loud and they might be thinking wait. Is that person talking to them about me. Wait it's a podcast. How is that happening. We as teachers as educators. We must also work together to help each other. Develop the skills necessary to incorporate collaboration. It's twenty twenty one. If you still feel like you're teaching on an island. It might be time for you to actually go to an island and be by yourself because you are not alone and if you think you are reach out to me feedback at christmas dot com. Reach out on twitter at mr nessie. I will talk to you. You're not alone i. We can work on collaboration together. I'm not perfect. I'm always looking to how conversations and figure out new things. I can do with my students so we can do that together number four. We need to inspire critical thinking with education technology and technology. Even have to be a part of this your goal when implementing ed tech. Should be to push students to go. Beyond fact memorization you should have students embrace a conceptual understanding of content. You can do better than multiple choice tests you know. There are better ways to assess what your students know and what your students understand if not you've got a lot more work to do than just listening to me. I'm not trying to insult you. I'm not trying to hurt your feelings. I'm just sharing the truth. I haven't given a traditional assessment in five years. I don't give additional or traditional homework. Hell i don't even use a textbook. I get in the trenches with my students. We work together on the assignments in my class. I'm not trying to make my students fall in love with history or even enjoy history as much as i do a. Don't ask them to memorize names. Dates vocabulary in my class. We are using history to get us to think it's not about going home and sweeping a history category on jeopardy. My goal is to teach my students to ask questions and pursue their curiosities. Well after i've rekindle what it means to be curious by asking a lot of questions in conclusion the four cs are not hard to make a part of your classroom. They should be the focal point. They are for me. They are the verbs of my classroom at any level whether it's high school college or teaching. Pd or doing this. Podcast the foresees. The students don't have to be great at these four things when they enter my class. They don't have to be great at them. When my classes over. I simply expect them and guide them to be better than when we first sleit's tie this together. I want you to find a creative way to communicate with me. That you listen to this episode and understand what i've shared so you and i can collaborate and put some critical thought into how we can both get better at this thing. We do call teaching at mr. seo on twitter feedback. Christmas dot com. Is the email christmasy dot com slash 174. Leave a comment on the show. Notes at house of ed tech on instagram reach.
"mr seo" Discussed on 850 WFTL
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"mr seo" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
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"mr seo" Discussed on 850 WFTL
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"mr seo" Discussed on 850 WFTL
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"mr seo" Discussed on 850 WFTL
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"mr seo" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"mr seo" Discussed on Over the Shoulder
"You know i've missed the bus. That's how i know this happened to talking about pop. Smoke now smoke. i missed. I didn't even get on the bus. I didn't even know the the the door. The bus was open. This young man has already been taken from today. Happened early this morning in hollywood Pop smoke twenty years old rising artists on twenty twenty years old rising out artists out of brooklyn. New york was gunned down in an apparent home invasion and his house or the home that he was staying at in hollywood hills so i saw this on twitter. Like it's it's not only was he. Twenty years old but imagine coming up in brooklyn as a youth. making it out you know you know finally be on your way to start them know arguably already a star and you get gunned down across the country whow in your home in your house. Man i i heard that it was all right there. I heard that he like Last night he got a package or whatever and put it on his graham and then the package on the graham had his in it and that's actually would lead to the home invasion people being able to see the address in the tracking down jason right. It's it's real sad right so you know we just wanna show a little love to this young man. I see a lot of people talking about. Beware the people you're around. Then i feel like that's something that we always hear. In retrospect you know. How can things like this really be avoided. What are you really say. Because you know we're losing these young kids left and right for so many different reasons whether it be drugs or being gunned down to the federal system. No bro yeah. I don't even know how to is this. A i don't know if it's the right time to be having this conversation but is it. Is it a systemic issue or is this an individual problem. I sound like an asshole right now now. I what you're saying. I hear what you're saying. 'cause i'm already seeing just in the in the two hours i've been able to read up on the story about pop smoke. I'm just seeing. I'm kinda starting to see a debate already. Forming around some individuals alive will. This is the lifestyle that he racked about. These are the people that you know. These are things that talked about. Is it more indicative of his life style or do we have a problem with keeping entertaining safe. Yeah i mean he was definitely gang affiliated. Okay for what it's worth but you know on the flip side. I'm tired of that. Always kind of being an excuse or something has brought up for you know other young men of ours. You know what. I mean in our community so i don't know don't want to be a sad episode but i'm actually a little tight that the young man was taken from us. Oh soon i when. I got to the studio today. This is the first time they would. Oh walk black issues just walked in the building. The baby baby we needed to start. Introducing people are walking into the building. You know what let's go ahead and start it off in case you didn't know we want to welcome the ease trappers into the conversation. Welcome to the over the soda pot. Cash this is your chance to ease drop on four professional. We got six professional creators into building and navigate the ups and downs the lefts and rights of the creative field and we continue to push the possibilities on the creative process our host for this week. Of course jemaine man twenty grand right here. You boy be more brown. What's up everybody. The man himself. he's so excited about them. I don't think you understand because this does make a fire on the entire entirely too happy about that so loud you introduce yourself at the engines. I guess so. My name is thomas thomas the great for facilitating sir. Because i'd be out here facilitating right. So one of the things. I facilitated all the this well is our friend here is about to put tresor on the podcast table. You deserve a podcast. Works both ways. Exactly so i have my friend year lauren. Gay little hustler ak everything. Everything never drove. Consults wardrobe consultant retail awesome and manager. Ben a manager there like any major store enjoys town been in there. S guys you for shoveling. And then she might drop in like a commercial wardrobe stylist for you know like any major company just just like that just like a little communist anyways. The kid mr backpack met mr seo. Get me out the way. But nobody's skipped you baby. Nobody skipped salad policy. Proceed wanna work laura to the show. We do have into building with us to have guests. They might jump on on on mike. Introducing ourselves which you'll see. We don't have see if we can start a little positive conversation as always we're coming to you live in the lobby of the hotel. Right here in chocolates will right here in washington. Dc ear full service. Radio are jared in one corner. Shama chris pirate the other boys shout producer. Extraordinary in booth miss alexia girl. How's it going every try. Maybe no shots fired but you out. I have been walking around. Dc the last couple of days and we lookin' mighty white thanks mighty white. I wouldn't be surprised when the sisters data comes back. We find out not only lose. Two seventy thirty majority is actually flipped up on ass. seventy thirty. The other way now wouldn't be surprised. There's a lot of white period is pretty. I think they'd taken over fourteenth street. They'd taken over dupont. They've taken over adams. mormons lot. White folks sean over show yeah as little bit you got sure for awhile horse dickey. Come on i'll give me crying again. But it was so sad. Heard street from them. So i lived here. Probably ten minutes walking distance from Vicky i've been in that area since. Oh six i remember when there's nothing on a street i remember seeing people jumping on cabs trying to get home because they already knew that was the last writer for the weekend. No in striving you back to virginia sleep over here or whatever comes first and now it's like is completely it's completely different. Well the good news. Is i just read an article in the city. Pay for the business that might be taken over horse and dickey's might be jerk at night and there's another one that just popped up melker something that's been really popular honey milk and honey milk of comments. That's actually that's interesting story to a good is a good example of win win. Corporate entity takes over a local business and create a true partnership the name of the businesses. Actually now's with milk and honey present smith common's And so what. They were what they were intentional about. Was we're going to gut of infrastructure. Yes we're going to put some money into the place where we're going to keep the same staffing the same culture that may this place accessible. We just want to fuse with a little more milk. And honey. okay honey. Money money to companies. Like jerk night starting from howard's campus housecat. Many nice while put up over the fourth street to give me a quick. Swipe does jergen mac baby but so to see them. Get a brick and mortar crowd at the same time. You kind of wish that it was a a move of expansion in terms of more black owned companies or more staples as as opposed to descend replacement right and kind of maintaining but yet still got out of an interesting argument for h. street. Because.
"mr seo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"At four I was GMC welcome to the news room on the BBC world service with mock locale Donald Trump uses the third veto of his presidency to block US lawmakers who want to stop arms sales to Saudi Arabia Britain's new prime minister Boris Johnson announces a major overhaul of the cabinet of the pledging to leave the E. U. in ninety nine days we're going to fulfill the repeated promises of politics to the people and come out to the E. U. all type of the thirty first name it's box will examine his extreme tactics and assess the viability of his plans Boeing may hope production of its most popular plane and limit the seal on the sand on this I feel implementation continues to be a challenge there's a lack of information for women there's also a lack of training for health professionals in primary care and hospitals we hear from Chile where women who have been raped and made pregnant are finding it difficult to get doctors to carry out abortions you're listening to the BBC world service this is the BBC news with Nick Kelly president trump has vetoed an attempt by the US Congress to blog billions of dollars of arms sales to Saudi Arabia and its regional allies lawmakers voted last week to stop the US government from overriding their objections to the arms sales by designating them a national emergency because of tensions with Iran from Washington Chris buckler reports the White House issued an emergency declaration in may to try to push through the sale of more than eight billion dollars of weapons to Saudi Arabia the United Arab Emirates Jordan other time Donald Trump city made the decision because of the threats posed by Iran but members of the Senate and the house of representatives responded with three resolutions blocking the deals among those who voted against the president was some members of his Republican Party you have been critical of Saudi Arabia's human rights record and raise concerns about civilian casualties in the war in Yemen a course in the United States is brought to new rule introduced by the trump administration that sought to greatly restricts asylum applications last week Washington announced a policy to bomb migrants from seeking asylum at the southern border with Mexico if they have already passed through another country Britain's new prime minister Boris Johnson will hold his first cabinet meeting today before dressing parliament within hours of taking office on Wednesday he replaced more than half the cabinet giving all isn't supporters of brexit greater influence Mr Johnson has promised that Britain will leave the E. U. at the end of October even if that means departing without a Dale is our political correspondent rob Watson the message so far from now prime minister Boris Johnson to the country on the watching world is that the people who really believe in praxis I'm now in charge most though not all of his senior ministers of brexit says and many of Mister Johnson's and a circle of advisers a former members of the successful vote believe campaign that line up and Mister Johnson's passionate defense of the need to get on with brexit make this feel almost like the start of a new campaign than the beginning of a new government the south Korean Miller trees says North Korea has five what appears to be too short range missiles into the sea to the east of the Korean peninsula reportedly fired about twenty minutes apart from a base near the port of one son from sold his Nora Becca North Korea fired the two short range missiles from its eastern shore just before dawn they flew over thirty miles high and the distance of over two hundred miles before landing in the sea of Japan this could be a ministry of defense said the appear to be similar to short range missiles North Korea tested in me which Donald Trump described as vanity standard stuff the US president met Kim Jong in at the demilitarized zone between the two Koreas just over three weeks ago and the leaders agreed to restart talks on the north's nuclear program you're listening to the world news from the BBC the Sudanese army says it has arrested on unspecified number of military officers and politicians in connection with a foiled coup attempt announced earlier this month as arrested for planning the alleged coup into the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff and the head of the armored brigade a former SS soldier has been charged in Germany with incitement and disparaging the memory of victims of the **** in a March he made in the televised interview call mentor who's ninety six years old was part of a hit to use SS division that killed eighty six people in the northern French village of ask in nineteen forty four in the interview he did not killing any of the victims himself but said that word to blame for their own deaths the playmaker Boeing is it might temporarily hold all production of its seven three seven Max passenger aircraft if it's grounded for much longer the plane was taken out of service worldwide in March of two two disasters in Indonesia and Ethiopia Johnson Joseph's reports this is the biggest crises burying his face in more than a hundred years of making planes and in all that time none have sold better than the seven three seven Max this is the first time the company has suggested it may have to completely bring the production line to hold will be temporarily the chief executive said he would contemplate such a move if there were a substantial change to the October estimate the company has forgetting the plane back in the air production has already been caught his booming focuses on the software fixes that will be needed for that to happen and the governor of Puerto Rico or Canada or seo has announced that he will stand down following weeks of mass protests Mr seo said he would remain in office until August the second the head of perjury because house of representatives that said that Mister Arceo must stand down to avoid being impeached for alleged mismanagement of public funds BBC news you're listening to the news room from the BBC world service with mark lebel we start in Washington with president trump has used his veto powers to overturn efforts by the U. S. Congress to block more than eight billion dollars worth of arms sales to Saudi Arabia and its allies Mr trump said the bipartisan resolution would have damage relations with the kingdom and we can do you estimate tree competitiveness I also Washington correspondent Chris buckler what Congress had hoped to achieve by trying to ban the sale of arms to Saudi Arabia in the first place well this was intended to send a message to Saudi Arabia across the traditional divides and yes Congress there is real concern about human rights abuses by the killing of the Washington post journalist demolish O. J. on Saudi actions in the conflict in Yemen number of civilian deaths and suffering calls but conflict is an issue particularly for America because the US has been providing support to the Saudi forces involved in the war in Yemen and it is worth noting that earlier this year Congress actually voted for the United States to end any involvement in that war but that was overturned by V. two issued by president trump annoy three congressional resolution stopping arms sales the Saudis among others have also been vetoed by president he seems determined to maintain his relationship with one of America's key allies in the Middle East Chris how was it that with Congress having this traditional authority specifically to examine cells the president was able to come along and stop it well in simple terms he simply declared an emergency which meant he didn't have to wait for congressional approval he home not on tensions in the region I'm particularly the threat from Iran I suspect the argument from the White House we'll be that if anything has become much more of an issue since he declared an emergency in may with the tax on oil tankers is being planned and reinforces the seizure of British Tonka industry from those on the shooting down of an American drone there are real concerns about Iran full of those incidents will along Mr trump's argue the keeping countries on site in the region like Saudi Arabia is a vital importance does it mean that Donald Trump will be able to silence pressure if you like on the Saudis to resolve issues like the ongoing war in Yemen and say anger at the death of the journalists among her Shoji total trump you might remember ignored a question about your knowledge of G. staff when he met the crown prince Mohammed bin Salman recently the G. twenty summit in Japan night he might be able to ignore that question but it doesn't mean that the questions are going to stop being tossed on obviously here on the BBC we have reporters inside Yemen covering the effect of famine conflict that those are issues that are going away either and there are some in the Republican Party including the likes of the trump loyalists senator Lindsey Graham openly uncomfortable with the current relationship between the US and Saudi at the moment but the trump administration are also aware that for the moment the focus for many in Washington is going to be not threat from Iran and I wouldn't be surprised if in the coming days the US president tries to emphasize that if the money's Aust what this latest years or presidential veto Chris buckler in Washington it's being called the bloodiest cabinet reshuffle in Britain's modern political history the UK's new prime minister Boris Johnson has given key cabinet rose to infuse yes for brexit seventeen of his predecessor Mrs Mays former senior ministers are now gone after not so much a changing of the guard is appointing a new army to deliver bricks it Mr Johnson has just ninety nine days to hold person out of the European Union before the thirty first of October deadline in a speech outside ten Downing Street he showed the world that he would the doctors the dreams does the groom's does they are getting to get it wrong again the people who backed against Britain a day to lose their shirts but this one to restore trust in our democracy and we're going to fulfill the repeated promises of parliament to the people and come out to the E. U. on October the thirty first name it's box in a few hours time his new cabinet will meet and then he will address parliament to outline his new brexit strategy the will of course be listening closely as will many in his own party who oppose leaving without to deal and the all too aware of how slim the majority in parliament is so what I'll Boris Johnsons options our political correspondent Jessica Parker what should all unfold in Westminster a huge hole off the cabinet here and I think what's interesting is a couple of prominent brexit is taking some prominent roles say to the likes of dominant role becoming Foreign Secretary the likes of pretty Patel coming home secretary of course they've both been in the cabinet before but taking big jobs really sending a signal I think that Boris Johnson wants to suggest that when he says the U. K. is leaving you on October the thirty first he means it and he has the backing of his cabinet and crucially one of the kind of late appointments that we got last night was nestled Jacob Rees Mogg he is of course a well known and pay the one of the front man of the E. R. G. as that cold the European research group a group of conservative backbench MPs he all but typically you're a skeptic but a bit of a thorn in the side of to reason may at times but Jacob Rees Mogg no longer on the back benches he's becoming leader of the house will be in charge of pushing that legislation through the Commons and of course looking at the numbers in the Commons that went be an easy job Sir cabinet packed with brick city is and campaigning teams around him within Downing Street making the operation of a much brick city a focused operation we heard Boris his speech on the steps of Downing Street no ifs or buts the thirty first of October deadline stands how likely is it that he could find a way through we'll look as you say he's going to have his cabinet meeting this morning and make a statement to the house of Commons and maybe we'll get a bit more meat on the bone but you're in the concept of leadership contest the sorts of things he talked about his yes he wants to get the deal and he thinks that's doable he also told about trying to achieve a standstill arrangement with the E. U.'s say that there would be no tariffs on trade for example until an ambitious free trade agreement of been done and as well sorting out the Irish border issue how to keep that free and flowing but all the brexit at exit day on October the thirty first so one imagines he's gonna be building on that plan but look Hayes I think critics would suggest that taste plan eighties completely unrealistic because the E. you have said if you want to have some kind of deal it is the withdrawal agreements that very long documents that contains things like the on popular Irish backstop that is not gonna be re opened Jessica park approving a big day in British politics coming up now more on.
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"A massive island wide strike importer Rico today as thousands take to the streets to demand that the island's governor resign among the protesters many Porter Ricans from the mainland who had to be there my heart and I didn't want to look back and be like I was I was outside with the when this happened I wanted to be here and I wanted to witness it be part of it more protests in Hong Kong after thugs beat of demonstrators some blame the Chinese government outsourced violence effective means all wearing the protesters plus an effort to get consumers to drink their coffee out of reusable cups one problem though I forgot my Cup now I call and have a coffee hi Marco Werman those stories and more today here on the world hello I'm Tom what's with the BBC news the British government has announced proposals for a European maritime protection mission in the Gulf following the seizure by a round of the British flag ship in the strait of home movies Britain's Foreign Secretary Jeremy hunt accused Iran of carrying out an active status piracy is our diplomatic correspondent Paul Adams the Foreign Secretary said Britain had offered to release a separate tank of being held off Gibraltar provided the Iranian oil on board was not smuggle to Syria in breach of E. U. sanctions instead Iran had chosen to seize the stent imperative Mister Han said the government had to take appropriate action it's clear that Britain wants to avoid the perception that it's part of Donald trump's hardline strategy on Iran Britain Mister hunt said would not be part of America's maximum pressure policy huge crowds of protesters in the U. S. territory of Puerto Rico have taken to the streets to demand the immediate resignation of the island's governor Ricardo recess the demonstrations in sun Han was triggered by the publication of leaked online messages in which Mr seo made offensive remarks about politicians women and gay people he also joked about the victims of hurricane Maria which killed thousands two years ago these protesters say an apology by Mister is sad and an offer by him to stand down next year is not enough your available I think the demonstration makes very clear that the people have had enough of the government stealing from us the situation keeps getting worse its while these people here the people must be respected this.