22 Burst results for "Murat"

"murat" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:42 min | 2 months ago

"murat" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Eagle. Murat, Mr Floor. Good morning. Lords are getting larger, getting smaller now they're expanding because of the because it's getting warmer in the winter. We've talked about it. They shrank and there's gaps and there never been gaps and all that stuff. And we're gonna be talking about humidity, levels and homes and how you need to address that and adjust that. But what other topic or you're gonna be talking about today? Well, you know the one thing I do want to mention that you know, a lot of our listeners really go to the Mr Floor websites purchase their cleaning products, but I also want to remind everybody that our products are also available in retail as well. As a matter of fact, this morning, we are launching a new retail partner in Northbrook. It's the Northbrook ace on we're actually gonna have Mr Floor staff on site to answer any questions and to assist with kind of launching the product. When is that this morning? Okay. And I want you to know And I made that contact. Yes, you did. Because because a lady from Northbrook called in and said, Hey, is it in a scene? Northbrook and I'm friends with the owner and I'm just like it will be. And I connected, you guys and I'm glad that worked out. He worked out beautifully. I spoke with Ron. Very, very nice gentleman. Hell of a nice, very, very nice guy. And so we had a great conversation and he wanted to make sure that you carried our product line and I said, absolutely, And you know, he's got a great reputation as do we You know, we thought it was a great way to put it all together, and it's in his story this morning. Great and you've got staff. They're helping out in the open question, answered questions and walking people through the product line supporting my fellow residents and businesses in Northbrook. That's good. I think I'm responsible for the movement in the hardwood floor. Clean without question, Join. Thank you could have done it without your body vinegar and water..

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At least 11 forced to undergo DOUBLE lung transplants due to COVID-19

John Williams

00:29 sec | 7 months ago

At least 11 forced to undergo DOUBLE lung transplants due to COVID-19

"At a Chicago hospital are helping seriously ill Cove in 19 patients survive the first double lung transplant surgery in the U. S. Was performed in June at Chicago's Northwestern Memorial Hospital and has now been done there seven times the surgery's considered more difficult and other lung transplants because of the damage the novel coronavirus has done to the organ at this point. Chief of thoracic Surgery and director of the Transplant program doctor on Keep, Murat says Northwestern has Dunmore of these surgeries than any other hospital in the world's Don clipping WGN news. Email

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Sacha Baron Cohen's 'Borat Subsequent Moviefilm' Reviewed

Jason Rantz

01:46 min | 8 months ago

Sacha Baron Cohen's 'Borat Subsequent Moviefilm' Reviewed

"Maybe it is time for all of us to laugh, but you're gonna have to do it at the expense of mostly conservatives. And Borat subsequent movie film It's released on Amazon Prime. It's out right now. Sasha Baron Cohen returns with Murat, a dumb and bigoted reporter from Kazakhstan. This time he has tasked with delivering his 15 year old daughter as a gift to Mike Pence. And yet again, Bora explores what the film wants you to believe is American culture in particular conservative American culture, which apparently It is comprised of dim witted and backwoods rubes. Now most notable for us in Washington state is that that much talked about And deceptively edited scene at an anti mask rally took place in Olympia, where Bora Cons the crowd into singing a mean spirited song, though even the movie you can kind of tell that the audience was mostly in on the joke America. Jokes, guys level homes. How you gonna do?

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"murat" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:07 min | 9 months ago

"murat" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Campaigning for Murat and I would go into communities with the small buses and I would literally pull people out of apartments in their homes and get him on the bus and take him. Of course not knock on the door and say who is in my safe attacked you like, you know, some other kind of words like it's not just catches and then they open the door and I'm thinking, you know, I'm saying to people if I could get here and knock on doors and get people to register. Dan, Come on, Please. Please, just take a moment and going registered boat and there's no shame in you not being registered. The shame is not registering and then not exercising your right to vote because you can't complain if you were not a part of the process, and people woke up in 2016 and went what in the world. But how many of those people Did not take the time to vote, and that's what we've got to do with kind of vote. We got a vote. We have got the vote. I can't say that enough Right now. We are 5% of the world's population and we've got 25%. Of the cold cases. I mean, that is because of their leadership. We even in Georgia. We have got to look at what our options are. And can we do better? And what does me not only for your household, but I'm talking about everybody helps hold your child may not be affected by Clovis being at home. But there are working parents who really don't have very many options. What are we doing? What are we saying? Unless we're saying that we're concerned about all of us. We had a vote. I would get a vote and we've got encourage other people will vote, encourage them to have other people vote. So I cannot say that enough and go to the website. Please go to the website and and see how you can be supportive because we need all hands on deck right now. We need all hands on deck. I'll go to Georgia blue project dot com and,.

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Cryptocurrency Markets On The Edge

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

04:58 min | 10 months ago

Cryptocurrency Markets On The Edge

"Good opportunities over the way Kim markets wise We did say Bitcoin close up yesterday's candle good two percent. Saturday it was Dan Hoffa percents dawdling along Napa three jot rotten. Now, we're going to bullish candidates three point, four percent backing that cradles on the weekly right. Now, we had a weekly close up point six of a percent we closet eleven thousand, seven, hundred, twenty, four, the Pisa glidden thousand Mothers Bay. The raging will be fine some support now, we not out of the out of the woods yet. We could certainly say the market come back Deepa the limb five until he breakout through the high of loss wakes candle is still in the cards. Lost Weeks was eleven thousand, eight, hundred thirty. We get above the. Will Continue to say, Bitcoin, move off to what has been. Let's be honest. We over the last couple of weeks I mean. We saw that. bitcoin strong couple of wakes up seven point eight percent beckon the twentieth of July. Then the twenty seventh of July were up eleven percent. So a guy in a strong way. The third of August, the start of August, we saw the handle up five point five non then the tenth of August, two percent. Then we would down two point two, five in the last month. Last. Week out point six of Senator Forget as well. We've got the one month the month ending. Very very shortly. Murat. Month right now it's not huge is only three cents at stands lost month mother. July was up twenty, four, point two, nine percent. So. Big. Although has A. Date pullback and hasn't gone to not for a little while you know it's it's sort of slow dead off that big Brennan I wouldn't be surprised. To say, have a bit of a run because if you consider. Aman, where are we going back to the fifth wheel of scars most of August? Look we saw a low of August the low of the month. will go the low the month was ten, thousand, six, hundred, fifty, hot twelve, thousand, five, hundred. So let's let's US Mike the two thousand. Dull. Is Not crazy now it's not crazy at all. So it could say a bit of a kick on for bitcoin at pulling back a little bit on yesterday's That's like. Too much going on. We do have a four hour tried to let it thousand, seven hundred and seventy s where we have. A very already. So kicked on again, yesterday up seven point six, five percent. Closing the wake-up nausea strong a good ten percents point seven, five percent. That's a pretty, damn strong wait there for rough sell straight back off got grease the bull the Rod has a four, twenty, five, twenty, four. Down one percent Australia kicking apply there is well. Exiled did may the ten period moving average loss wake low with twenty five point three cents and closed at twenty nine point so I closed twenty point three it's now at twenty point three point, two percent and. Is Starting to get a little bit of follow through I. WanNa see. Except to a bit more before I. Get involved in this way be SR bitcoin cash sitting back down that way a cradles on. Yeah. Loss Waking. At one point four percent loss weight but to tell you walk. Josh Soda hanging above that two seven five. Region which has been acting as a bit of support that will be very interesting to see how he guy. Throughout the rest of the way swig oversee with just starting, considering where we backing to the four hundred has an arsenal trend. With currently it's an option at two hundred and seventy dollars and fifteen cents hoffa percent. Why Coins? Well, McLaughlin had I am. A RIP Day yesterday up ten point four, two percent and ready citing lot coins wake. It did have a lar- that came in fifty, three, eighty six but ended up closing at sixty to ninety four. That's a big swing up three point. I, said last week. A really strong way ready for math from lot one of the strongest ally the. Within our top ten wetness what goes on for the time being be as Vasil. So sickening that little weekly cried align. It's look it's pretty like lost of a BS vade. Puppy tends to move hard with law of one eighty, one last week and I have to I non closing one, ninety, six, eighty, six, one, get above two, hundred on base the. That's where the the movement will start to shine on through still gonNA lower to one on six seventeen point three, five off percent cod Donna on the weekly. Will it also rejected the lows of the wake lows at ten point two cents higher at twelve point seven and closing at eleven point seventy, five so. It's up a little bit. Wrought now has a little bit late. He's not worth talking about really

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"murat" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

12:25 min | 1 year ago

"murat" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"It makes a lot of money and they can convert that debt instead of you paying them back. They convert debt into equity but they get it at discount. Your problem. I mean if if they're looking at ways because you're offering equity in the company right with Ratios Sto. Zaire's you're talking about offering tokens. which is not woody right eight so I'm not sure I haven't heard about this new way of doing an ice yield? That's a convertible note. But then you don't give equity. I'm not sure how that works unless you're trying to use the SAF dot enough if you remember that. That was from two thousand. Seventeen this agreement for future tokens which is which by the way is not a thing this is my. PSA does not a thing. And so. Unless you're saying that that they're you know going to purchase these tokens at some point. They actually get the tokens. Wait it rewind. Why is the saft not a thing? Wall one They the sacked was created as I guess the tag along along to the safe which came out of the Y combinator incubator The simple agreement for future equity which is something they created but in the SEC Z.. World there is no provision that covers you being able to have these future tokens begin to you in the future without oh having to deal with securities laws even for equity. You have to deal with enough. Well there are a lot of things have been made. Yeah I was actually going around a lot of that now I was Gonna ask about that. Because like the genesis of this. Was You know the jobs act of two thousand twelve of which was the. What was it? Acronym Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act or the jobs act signed into law by Obama in two thousand twelve now that ah was that really sort of allowed for crowd funding to start happening more on on an equity top level. I think we started. Seeing more. KICKSTARTER is happening. We started seeing some other things happen. One of my whole things was is like. Wow this company just raised four million dollars in paying for products in advance. It's and they've given no equity of their company up. And then that sort of evolved into an icy. Oh type of a thing. Where they became tokens? Instead of you know buying a product in an advance you know so where maybe that crowd funding model moving towards in the future. Do you think because saft's not not a thing. ICO's are going away. IOS might be something. Sto's but crowd funding is not going away right. We're in this sort of crowd sourced world. Now how is that going to come into investments and growing businesses not maybe not necessarily just blockchain related but all businesses and I mean if ask me I think heels are like crowd by me right because essentially you're getting small amounts of money from a large group of people to fund a cause of project or something in terms of how where crowdfunding will go Right now with the jobs act under title three of the Jobs Act you can either raise money via equity equity crowdfunding or you can raise money via debt crowdfunding. I'm with debt. You can use a convertible note or you can do revenue sharing model or you can do a straight up loan Where the the the business pays back pays the group of people back But I think to your point that because we're in this crowd source world and you know a lot of the projects especially blockchain World Nam create community or require a community. I could see crowdfunding being something that will continue. Can you to be used as a means to raise funds. I think initially because of the timing of it all Technically yes Obama passed that law in twenty twelve but crowdfunding equity crowdfunding didn't actually become enacted that part of the Act didn't become enacted until May twenty sixteen and on the heels of it was was ICO's and Seo's and all that so. I think it lost some of its steam to ICO world. But I think I think now that we're coming back around and realizing that essentially a lot of these are actually issuing in offering securities that crowdfunding will become a thing. It's kind of like how you were saying earlier. Trying to find another word for smart contracts is just wasn't sexy I think you know. Regulation crowdfunding. Just wasn't sexy so marine marine. Do you see this coming back around. I mean you said it's GonNa come back around but do you see it being another explosive time for whatever ever we then call these. ICO's where all of a sudden there's going to be a path for these businesses to do this crowd funding and they're just gonNA come out of the woodwork. Mark I think so. I think one of the issues that we had before that people felt like they needed in order for them to be able to raise the money they had to skirt laws. Or get around things things and you know and not have to go through the SEC or any other regulatory body may think given that the SEC has made it very clear that they are paying attention and that people will realize that there's nothing going through the year going by specific set of rules. Breath doesn't diminish what it is trying to do so I do think that the next wave of funding We'll go we'll be crowdfunding. When when do you think that will have that pathway to do that? I think it's happening. I'm trying to help the movement if you will I think in the next I would give it three to five years because I think we're still waning off of I feel stuff so I think in the next three to five years. BC's will definitely have to pay attention to crowd funding equity crops lending campaigns angel. And like you were saying earlier about kickstarter and how they don't necessarily have to give anything up front when they take in funds that's because they're rewards based and so they do have to give something within a reasonable time Generally it's not even the product that they're selling sometimes it's a t-shirt or look or something some incentive but that also means the person who gives the money doesn't expect anything more than whatever it is you said you're going to give that they don't expect if your business and you get acquired and you make all this money they don't expect you to give them any money for supporting you in the beginning. You're that's why I was so wild. Is that with his huge. ICO The craze. It happened like even for like a theory. I'm for example. You know the SEC's come out and said it. Theory is not a security but if you invested in you know he theory and early on like he gotta ended depending on when you sold it. They got like thirty forty thousand times. Return return on that. I mean just ridiculous numbers and like normal business. You don't see that even if you're like a normal vc or an angel investor and you can invest the million dollars and then it turns into a billion dollar company. I mean you've made you made a pretty good return but you've not gotten forty thousand times your return on investment which is some some of those. ICO's we'll just completely crazy and the thing. Is you own. None of the company you own these tokens at is like based on future revenue. But in some of the ways you know it was just that whole thing was the wild wild west in two thousand seventeen and that's where we started our show so we were starting to pick up speed and all this crazy whirlwind was happening happening. And we're not experts in this space. We're trying to help people navigate this in here. We are in the wild wild west of this you know digital crowdfunding with no oh eh quickey token based it was just. Why like what is going on? Here is one of the most Crazy Times ever when it comes to potentially investing vesting stuff in those two thousand sixteen thousand eighteen. What I hear you but there is a project I don't know if you've heard of pop com actually Sampson. Put me onto the end. Not Mention the last on when you spoke to him Um but they were able to combine. Sto with their wreck. CF crowdfunding Andy. So that people would get tokens but they do actually get equity in the business we. That's the that's what was it. Called top top. What pop hop pop com pop? Kawhi yet that's what we call Joel. His last name's calm. So maybe kids call on your op Com. Papa okay. What you call US Little Papa Joe Little Papa? That's not true at all but I. Yeah so you're oh. You co-authored the book with Samson Right on on crowdfunding. Yes we have a workbook. It's called a raising raising money than ninety guide to help you kind of navigate from the start of your crowdfunding campaign to the end But we don't only talk about raising money we also talk about the fact that you're you're supposed to be running a business. crowdfunding is not your business. Crop Bunny is just a means to get your business mowing Yeah and we also do masterclass next year. We're trying to do once a quarter in different areas because we've been asked to Travel this year we just did it between New York and DC But so far it's been trying to get the word out essentially. Well that's great and you're up in New Hampshire so you wouldn't necessarily when you think of blockchain hubs in America. New Hampshire is not one normally pop rolls off the top. I mean we hear Wyoming. There's stuff that they're trying to do. Some other states doing some stuff. So what's what's really going on up there in New Hampshire because you know with both you all up there and then I know also that we got George Poland from the CFTC. A Samson's pulled him in to do some. Some US will training and teaching there. What is going on at the University of New Hampshire when it comes around blockchain because it sounds like a little hotbed you got going up there for? We are actually not based in New Hampshire. We are I'm based in DC. Steve This is George actually Georgia's based in this area and we Our courses are all online so we pre record our our lectures and then We sometimes tag team or we separate. You know we just videos separately but what I what is going on up there. Is that the director of the blockchain program Certificate Program Dean Tania Evans Realized that you know one way they'd get on the to I guess to subside. Some of the misinformation that was happening in two thousand sixteen twenty seventeen eighteen. It's the kind of bring it under the academic a DEMOC- umbrella and so she created she in Samson worked together they created this program be blockchain cryptocurrency in the law certificate program at the law school and so people can take it from all over. We've had people in our class who live in Barbados we've had people in our class. Asu Live in New Hampshire. We have people glass who are in the south. So what's kind of cool about it is. It's it's decentralized in a way everybody can kind of F- it from wherever every day. Our University of Phoenix thing. Right University of Phoenix isn't mainly online. I think it is is it still opens a AH Travis. It has nothing to do New Hampshire. Do the whole the whole setup. There was. Yeah New Hampshire get nothing no there and so I I in in your book you talk about different ways that You know businesses can crowd fund Maybe kind of just bullet point for some of those options that businesses have if they need to raise money any in the blockchain space sore so there are four and a half. I'll say different ways to raise money via crowdfunding crowdfunding generally so you can do donation based which is people are just essentially donating.

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"murat" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"murat" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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"murat" Discussed on Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired

Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"murat" Discussed on Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired

"A voicemail tell us about what's on your mind or if you prefer you can send an email now email addresses easy right it's ask it Chris logan three sixty dot com let me know what's on your mind all right well we gotta get to the phones I've got nick here on the line nick how are you going Chris I'm going I am and well my friend what's on your mind today well I had a quick question regarding home improvements so I'm trying to say that all I can getting pretty close finishing off on loans but me and my wife or a need of it that for our house our current deck getting really old star Murat nells are popping up so it's more of a safety concern so okay how do I go about you know paying for that deck I mean estimates are around ten thousand to twenty five are you getting a boat and a deck well the ten thousand estimate a nice design but yeah we feel it doesn't quite meet every visit a man cave all right so tell me tell me this nick how much debt do you have right now well not including the else yes seven thousand four hundred bucks okay and what is that student loans and credit card okay so you've paid some stuff down yes okay how much have you paid off on this man we've off two cars I I don't I don't have an exact younger on what we've paid off but finished offer cars finish off alone with for you're close yeah okay so you've been intentional how long have you guys been intentional this money stuff probably now off and on for two.

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News in Brief 23 July 2019

UN News

02:47 min | 2 years ago

News in Brief 23 July 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations fifty nine civilians killed and over one hundred injured some critically. That's the human toll from the latest attack in the last rebel-held province in Syria it lip. The succession of strikes on Monday was described as the deadliest so far by a senior official at Osha the U._N.. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs Mark Cutts Deputy Regional Humanitarian Coordinator Ota Coach said on Tuesday that the worst strike was on a popular public market in the town of Murat Newman which left at least thirty nine dead with the figure likely to rise as more bodies are discovered. Mr Count said that the attacks amounted. Wanted to a shocking escalation. In the ever-worsening conflict in northwest Syria heatwaves will continue to hit many parts of Europe this week with some countries on course to see record temperatures the world meteorological with Oracle Organization W._M._O.. said on Cheese Day Germany and the Benelux countries are likely to experience their hottest day ever on Thursday when they will have to deal with the peak of over forty degrees Celsius. That's one hundred four. Degrees Fahrenheit several parts of fronts have sent records for the lowest amount of rainfall since records began whilst in Spain the National Weather Service is warning of an extreme fire risk for large parts of the country the warnings follow. Lois sweltering weekend for the U._S._A.. Where records was set for several locations including Atlanta New Jersey and New York's J._F._k.? Airport a spokesperson for the W._M._o.. said on Tuesday that extreme weather events are not not a problem. That's going to go away and that heatwaves are starting earlier becoming increasingly common and more intense meanwhile in Bangladesh parts of the country including the huge Cox's Bazar refugee camp are struggling. Struggling to cope with continual heavy rains that have brought widespread flooding and destruction in a statement on Tuesday a spokesperson for the World Food Programme W._F._p.. said that the agency has supported more than eleven thousand refugees as affected by the rains and flooding in the first two weeks of July a significant rise compared to the same time last year refugee camps have been affected by hundreds of landslides caused by storms and rain and W._F._p.. Engineering teams.

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Isabelle Huppert and Chloe Grace Moretz on their new movie 'Greta'

Popcorn with Peter Travers

07:48 min | 2 years ago

Isabelle Huppert and Chloe Grace Moretz on their new movie 'Greta'

"Welcome to popcorn where I tell you. What's happening at the movies? And if you want to go to a movie feel suspense little terror. Also laugh also just have a really good time. Then you see, Greta and lucky for me and all of you. I've got the two stars. Right here is about pair. Who is Greta and Coa grace Murat's who's not. Now, I'm shocked to of you did not bring handbags. Now, it's a shame. I wanted to see what would be in to do this. Can you set up a little bit about what Greta is about without spoiling everything for everybody? Grad is the story of. Two women young women and myself, and and and Guerra is is not a really nice person. She's thirty faced person. Indeed. And. And she liked to attract for a beautiful and and weak young woman in her space. And and she likes to do things that I hope nobody thinks example in her apart from western screen. When you played several roles like that where. Yes nut to to this point. No, she's not. This point. I wouldn't do it. And you grace are the innocent the naive. Yes. Yes. Yeah. I mean, it was it was a wonderful experience building, our our relationship onscreen. And obviously, of course, offscreen, but I think we have such a nice time building that love relationship in the beginning. And then to watch it decay in fall apart in the, you know, the psychosis takeover was it was really fun to shoot. But also, it was difficult really intense at times stay in character. Doing this. I think it's really difficult for Chloe. Sometimes. Giving Riyadh time. And and and myself, you know, I mean, the most horrible things I was doing the most. Lisera? But it was for me. But it wasn't to do to Neil Jordan's vision and aging I mean, the movie's really as you said, you know, is it's as horrible as it is. It's a lot of fun because there was such a great some humor in it all the time. And it's it's and it adds to the to the of balance into misery to the female. So this humor, and he's being funny. It's very disturbing. I think I think in the beginning, I was kind of liking it. So you see? Yeah. There was a moment where that is. And I think I can talk about that premise because I brought up the hand back. Right. You leave him back on the subway in New York. Even though this movie was shot in Ireland. Looks like subway to me. I guess it's Neil Jordan just wanted to be home. You wanted to be an Ireland, and you would pick it up or somebody would pick it up and return it to you. Because her. Name and address would been there. I keep thinking as a New Yorker that most New Yorkers would say, I'm gonna take it sell it on EBay, you know, but you are so sweet sweet girl from Massachusetts is just freshly moved this city, and it swallows her whole, Greta Greta had Greta takes her in. Would you both had experienced in playing people who hey, especially you your carry your hit girl and kick ass, you you played different roles. That's what I love about both of this impossible to type cast you when she think, oh, you can do this you just change everything up. So you were saying before that you can have fun. How did you have fun on this movie with all this suspense going way? We had fun because you know, I think doing the movie as you do it, you know, the devices, and you know, the tricks and so and being an actress is not the same as being spectator. You know, I know it because I am speaking to myself. So I mean you react and you are scared or disturb. Very different than when you went actually when you're actor just have fun doing that. Fingered and things like this. I don't onto nvr what's happening. So it's fun. You know, it's just it's just doing it. You know? And that's all there was a quote from you want and probably never said it. But anyway, I liked it. So I'll repeat it that. It was the acting was away to workout ones insanity. Yes. Yes. And also watch movies away of acting twins insanity. I think that's what movies are made for and books and everything that that, you know, make your imagination travel. It's very healthy. The whole Dewey twitching the screen or acting in Phelan for real that's for sure. Do you feel that way? Most definitely, you know, I think I've had the opportunity over the years as a kid to grow up acting and using it as as much, you know, more of an outlet than anything to express, my feelings and learn a lot about my own emotional, compass, but it's, you know, it's interesting to to act out these wild moments in movie, sometimes that are just so, you know, off the walls that you would never be able to achieve in your life. Hopefully, if you are of a sane mind. So yeah, it's incredibly therapeutic. You both started in this business. Really young right. Oh, she started younger that I you. What were you? No, I was seven. A bit more. More. What does that do t you when you begin so early in a business, even if you're I think it was really begin? You know, when you are an actor whenever you do actually, and, but especially doing movies, I think it's really the art of doing it for the first time by definition, you know, you work on unknown material, you know, unknown dialogues stories, and and and meeting director for the first time and him having him imagining his staging is always some it's the art of the of the first time and of the present moment. So I think it makes everybody even in that respect. And you don't feel like you repeat yourself or that you can shrive on on on knowing things before on, you know, you just very fresh in a way. Well, yeah, that's the collaboration process, but one about did you ever feel you miss. St- out on your childhood. By no means. No, I still with me. Anyway. So. You know, I think that's something. You carry all your life, isn't it? But she has it, you know, she can certainly took buried more. You didn't feel that you missed something or being with your friends when you were quite on the contrary, I think for me, I I learned tenfold what you know. I could've learned just being in school. You know, I think I was able to do my schooling and stuff on set. And I was around such amazing people from young age that I felt you know, really very much. So that I'm marinated in a in a situation, which really harbored my artistic ability and allowed me to grow in ways that I I don't think I could have an different system. So for me, it was it was a treasure. It was a gift. Yeah.

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"murat" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

08:28 min | 2 years ago

"murat" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Murat Cogan or a bottle set the goal. The Celtics are in Kelly green jerseys and shorts here this afternoon. Gold letters and numbers trimmed in white. We go old school at the seventy Sixers kind of those off white jerseys and shorts the old seventy six logo on each side of the short, Royal blue letters. Numbers trimmed in red. And the stars the circle around the jersey on the front of the chest are opening tip. Brought to you by Lincoln wish list sales event wishes really do come true at your Lincoln dealers all set to go here at TD guarded. It's pack to their juiced up for a big Christmas day game here at this key point in the schedule and the Albany tap belongs to the Celtics who will shoot at the end of our right and toward their own batch in the opening quarter. So Marcus smart now here on top with Irving running off the ball and coming over right front court to catch dribbles to the right wing working the right hand dribble steps all the quarter launches along too. That's an air ball over the rim. Rebound. A by Ben Simmons civic streaking the floor down the right slot. Turtles top of the arc for impede stands with the dribble on dump underneath of the goal is fumbled out of bounds and his last touch by Boston. It'll be Philadelphia ball with thirteen to shoot. All right away. We see what the challenges when you're Boston defensively handling. Simmons in transition keeping them out of the servants throwing on the near baseline to Embiid feeds Chandler at the top of the key in a late edition for Chandler. Here's Radic fires for three. It's off the left wing. He give that man too. Many open looks at he will make you pay Marcus smart, a little bit late defending that screen and JJ Redick open scoring on this eleven thirteen left. In the first Horford looks for the dribble. Handoff gets the Tatum wing. Right works two steps off the right? Low post swing swing around the Morris. Boy, he's been awesome. This year. Pull up jumper off the dribble. Seventeen feet off the left elbow. It's three two to the complexion of this team season change when Marcus Morris, Marcus smart were inserted into the starting lineup. Spent a career year for Morris Morris, averaging fourteen point eight points per ball game here. Spot Lert bobbing for a beat the band guarding him here left to the lane, spins with a dribble drop step turns into a right hook knocks it down. Just a foot or two outside of the restricted area. It's five the to Philadelphia. So I post touch for Embiid. No double team. And he scores rather easily on Horford Irving since a quick with a Tatum sideline left. One bounce a basketball and a pass reward put off the left, not extending right back. The Tatum on the whig circles around Thompson, erratic works into the color, the dropped it. Wow. Jason tatum. Saw the board. It's five to four Philadelphia going right for three point. Simmons taps the rebound out to be don't fire for three straight away. And wrapped it. MVP tonight attempted a three in his last two games. But now he makes it eight to four with less than ten minutes to go in the first quarter smart tried to answer back wing, right? Typically will go for urban and a rebound at the elbow for Jimmy Butler. Little slow it up. Just a little bit here angle right feeds have beat this time. Right side of the lane. Turn space to the goal. Jumper on the way switched that one to ten four star for the seventy Sixers. It's too easy for Joel Embiid when you have that many tricks in your bag as an offensive player. Here's Irving off the hand off fires for three in out. Oh, good. So nine twenty seven left in the opening quarter and be able to clear it for the Sixers lead by six seven throws off the left wing up top that beats hands over half court. In Audubon, the sideline opposite to us first turnover here and Boston gets back with nine seventeen to go in the period. He just took his eye off of it. For a second thought. It was solid passer Simmons not prepared. The smart picks. It up rolls. It over the top of the circle of hand off to the right wing to Tatum on Butler's are good defender. He got off the retreat. Drives put looser behind tomorrow on the weak side glass. Opportunistic Marcus Morris makes it ten to six. Seven. Look at the feeder be smart, deflects the ball back to attack the rim. He's fouled hard left to the iron Morris. Ben Simmons will go to the line for the first time, and that's just like Simmons Kara, he does not shoot for the outside. He likes to attack the rim, and he's back to the free throw line as he's been frequently here over the last few weeks has not attempted a three pointer the entire season understands where his bread is buttered as MRs that first free throw, but I want to go back to the possession before. I'd love the intensity that Jimmy Butler plays with on the defensive end and remember last year's playoff series. Philadelphia. Did not have an individual defender that could guard Jason Tatum consistently as Simmons misses both free. Throws. Jimmy, Butler, Ken, and so that's a huge plus from last year's team to this year's team for the Sixers. We talked about familiarity between these two teams, you just pointed out another thing they're very different than they work in those most recent meetings into the post Horford catches turns into a right hook at stores. You get a seal in front of the rim, and is able to get a nice scoring pass from the left wing ten date. Sixers. Ms free throws. Boston. Rettig picks. It up left right torque grows. Rip through move and a champs over the white foot. But to shoulder to Hartford changes hands with the dribble turns into a right hook sidearm shot. Missed it poorly. Not is fouled on the play by Horford. That's a loaded. You talked about it not only at our meeting earlier today. But also with different players and coaches with Aaron Baynes out, Carol awesome. What does Boston have defensively for this guy? Joel embiid. It's going to be a challenge. Baynes brings the ability to match Joel Embiid from a physical strength standpoint. And it's something that Brad Stevens spoke to us about before the game is Joel hits that first free throw. He said every night when the ball tips up. Philadelphia has a physical advantage at three positions and sometimes four without Baynes in the lineup was Boston going to counteract that in Philadelphia. I'd go to beat hits a second free throw almost every time down the floor with Boston not being willing to double team. Just. Yeah. Twelve to eight Philadelphia. Eight ten to go in the first free throw attempts three twenty two and three twenty three already the season for Joel Embiid them lobster derby. He's supposed to block locked right? Turns over his right shoulder shoots. Broken line down. Irving exit a two point game again at twelve ten Irving's first bucket of the afternoon Simmons hands it off the top of the arch between the circles rose to beat on the left wing. Little shimmy, shake spins works for the glass. Reversely and horford's able to clear it despite Butler crashing the glass up. The Florida Tatum way right past three goes behind his back on a bounce pass to Morris. They they're on the shoot the three and he puts it off the back of the room. No good. They couldn't catch up to a maybe that's also applause explanation to what how wide open. He was here's Rettig for three atop got it. Try to induce contact from Marcus smart. It's fifteen to ten Sixers of difficulty of some of the shots. That JJ rhetoric is spectacular. What shot threes? Already for Rex seven three left in the first quarter Tatum from the front of the bench lobs over radically Arabic drives baseline right wrap around pass mid post on the left lane shoots. The Bank shot in the tip dunk and look won't go for Horford. Simmons long bounce pass up. The floor is caught by Butler wing right off the jab step shoots. Long rebounded by Morris will be a free agent. Past the Tatum. Weights shoots and Hicks. Late range for Butler who was flying by him to make the shot. It's fifteen to twelve. Now into the paint. Good weak side, cut Radic caught it. But he couldn't finish. She says he was fouled. Boston brings it. Back up off the rebound chance to tie with the long ball. Here tatum. Tries for it. It's short rebound Horford back the Tatum wing right from three again. No. Tip at backup. Scoops off the glass one point game timeout. Philadelphia. The electric start this way. How active has Harry Irving Ben on the glass, it's not typically where he makes his impact. But he's been an animal the offense aboard what a play for him to.

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"murat" Discussed on Slate's Double X Gabfest

Slate's Double X Gabfest

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"murat" Discussed on Slate's Double X Gabfest

"Teen suicide have been working a lot too. To try to ban conversion therapy khloe grace Murat's actually, I spoke with someone from the Trevor project recently, one of these advocacy groups, she's been working with them, which I think is great. So it's really hard to make a movie about that that does not feel either ham-fisted or like a cop out or sort of self consciously woke or like your blanketing over nuances. So when I watch a movie like that, I have to think like, okay, what do I want from this in? I either want a great movie that makes me feel things and challenges might brain and has some sort of artistry and creativity on offer, or I want an okay movie that will be good for the public discourse TM. And I actually think that this for me, failed on both counts. It didn't make me feel much. I think part of that was because they chose the wrong main character. I did not see the character of Cameron having much internal struggle at all. She seems more of like this quiet observer. Part of that, I think was a problem with the SCR. Ripped part of it might be with Chloe grace Marissa's acting, but I also think it was adapted from a book and and perhaps it was rendered better in the book. I haven't read it, but I think there were a couple of other characters that would have been much more interesting main characters like Cameron posts, roommate who really does want to change and be straight and thinks she can, and then continually fails or the boy that you mentioned Latifah who almost gets to go home, but doesn't. I think the three characters at the center of the film are just sort of bored, and self-confidence seemed like they know themselves just are over it. And I think focusing the film on those three people made it feel like there was no big narrative arc or much emotion at the center of the film. I agree. And then on the, is it good for public discourse side? I don't know. Verlaine you've kind of made me change my mind a little bit because I think like who could who would be maybe an audience for this. This who either their mind would be changed or they might be activated to advocate against conversion therapy. And I just felt like the depiction of it maybe wasn't nothing. I think they really needed to show more abuse or something, but I felt like the depiction of it was slightly muted. I don't know. I mean, the moment where he and I told myself, I will look up the scripture, but of course I did not, but owing the character that teeth lament shin know didn't get to go home these sitting in one of these therapies sessions with the director of the camp, who's the psychologist, a person that that runs these conversations. She and she makes him read the letter from her from his dad. That wins that essentially says that you can't come home and he starts to use scripture something like I'm strong in my weakness because yeah, you're weak and I can't have a weakness in my house because Alex is the Vom Alex sent. The so he says, you know, my greatest officiant for you from my power is made perfect in my weakness and like is a person that has read that verse that's heard that versus be spoken from the pulpit hearing this, this, this, this teenager that has just been rejected from his father in a way that like Jesus would never have rejected him and, and that's the faith that his father used to to justify rejecting his son. I was highly affected by that. And so I can see that changing. Maybe the a someone that was like that that things that you know, love the what is it like hate the sin, love the center or whatever the like someone that truly believes that in their heart. Like I feel like this was highly effective. So you know, I think there's a couple of in terms of feelings. I've been having a feeling weak just off the heels of some entire Prussian training and. One of the things that I think for me, timing wise was particularly the gen-xer of like, so the Columbia house and the and the four non blondes song in the kitchen..

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"murat" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"murat" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"And giles keeps it in along the wall near side now they lose it secretary takes it away looks up finds a man in the neutral zone that's hemley gets it back to sarah tori he'll put it on net from center ice it's glove by murat and that stops play and a good chase right there by jordan hemley as linemates had gone off if jordan hemley goes off morale drops that puck and robert morris is coming right back out again him lee gets in he forces the cover up an air force as a result gets an offensive zone faceoff kennel seven left first period tuesday air force almost halfway through period number one the face off in front of francis murat the sophomore goalie out of quebec airports wins the draw cook at the blue line down low for a we directed shot my baby it's loose in the slot and covered up by murat couple of quick movement right there is as matt cooked goes down low tyrannic ends up getting a piece of that puck and sending it toward the net and the penalty on the play is going to go against robert morris dan bailey was trying to get to the front of the net and i believe he was the guy that got hooked it is going to be eric israel go into the penalty box two minutes for hooking air force up tuesday ten minutes exactly left in the first period and falcons have demand advantage israel junior out of michigan in the sin bin face will happen in front of murat air force going on u s a power play taking the job is going to be kiesler colonials win the face off they still haven't got it out of the zone though is the falcons converge on him over on the far side of the ice and a big stick battle going on right along the half wall lead for finally takes it away and the falcons get it to the point drifting drifting and shooting is mirages it hits the defender comes back to poke loose from raja's all the way back into the air force in retrieve deep by cook who leads them out in the neutral zone for cross with the red line cook gets to lead for lead for tried to get around the defender whose dont'a stanzas brown leading news the.

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"murat" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"murat" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"The pleasures of the deputies of the new legislature or the morris nights of general moshe why does murat call them a big founded by the queen of the french uh for the pleasures of the deputies of the new legislature or the a morris nights of general moshe why does murat column motiur i've become common version marieantoinette in an awkward spot seventy nine the the the good buys of lafaille yet and then they play word games and french who knew the word ostrich and the word ought to austria are pretty much the same so they picture lafayette riding an ostrich because it looks like a particular part of the the word ostrich and the word ought to austria are pretty much the same so they picture lafayette riding an ostrich because it looks like k particular part of the human body in addition they denounced him as preapre us and paris they're making fun of him in all directions he's aware of this correct and he does nothing about no in fact part of the reason that i know about these pamphlets is that he collected them that doesn't surprise all right we come to february twenty eight seventy ninety one it is now the day of daggers this is the day that everybody thought the king was going to escape and lafayette cuts it off is there actually an escape out mean are they actually trying that dare was at a rumor i on in in seventeen ninety one february 28th no i think that was just a rumor that was the rumor but they were anticipating that the king and queen so everybody's aware that things are going very bad yes and the king and queen would like to ticket out yes all right the reason i'm keen on this is cabinets at the route du bob all all the time so he's aware is being spied on he's aware that pete he has enemies and all he can do is changed the law apparently does he have bodyguards does he does he carry weapons a b signed the sewer that he always carries i actually don't think that he does carry weapons now we come to what we know what you call the chapter we call the.

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"murat" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"murat" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Her embattled there how to the blue line powers sense of back low rims around behind christopolous who watches over his left shoulder deniz right shoulder he sees the pot picked up by kopach a four pack of feet pitcher hill dump it in and that wind will go for a change long stretch past intercepted at center ice by basket who just came out of the air force bench baskin feeds ed let per chat say made by murat there was a bang bang and morocco just got enough of it to mislead far post and went wide at center ice another take away here's led for he's got to try and get around the last defender there that's gansu's and he can't do it can't stand his ground puk goes in the corner proof plumber digs it out of the quarter behind the net he tried to feed out front foot basket pass intercepted by the colonials they turn and go dumped into the air force in it's a foot race abboud gets to it before anybody rigs at around the near side and they battled for it now and a half boards in the corner it goes on that half wallich comes and baskin got a stick on it for force it just bounced around near the hash marks in it flipped up into the air and billy christopolous seen up henry fountain what did out of the air that stopped play take a quick look around atlanta cocky reit leads mercy hurst three two two after two periods tunisia somme egger are tied at two hey i see and i should say i see in bentley are tied at two an army just scored they are up on sacred heart four two two two to one here second third period we are about three and a half minutes in faceoff in product christopolous behind the net a centering pass from the colonial taken away by air force tom lack needs to lowry bowery tried to get it back to tom lack one of the defenders for the colonials got his stick in between and if flip high up and out of play and here's the push we thought we would see from robert morris they're down to two one in their old building third very with a lot to play for they could still give new into.

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"murat" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"murat" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Who live here's the face often called the murat now can win the drawback to the point boji whistles one at the net each wide dugout in the corner by yegor and hoover yegor picks it that can finally wrapped around to the half words back in the corner girls in the colonial end medford in the corner battling their this bigs rome in that corner and finally the puff comes out of there but the falcons get a stick on it in a shot by mud bird right at the hash marks knocked away by riot lipford feeds to poor on the doorstep in his shot this tapped away by france's murat russia up here by robert morris they take it in deep behind the air force net graham fees giles at the point wanted to get back to giles with dials turned away from it is picked off michael paca rimmed around the unable to keep it in his in at the blue light it's back into the colonial side of the eye john giles backs gates away from price for all the way behind his own net than toll to pass that's intercepted by boji in the neutral zone boji drills at right back in deep to the colonials in and back added khan's cook has it at center ice prayer force cooked to a boom abboud back to cook cuckmere side gives it to kyle hey hey shovels it in giles picks that i've along the half ports colonials after the take away look in the break out buddy hikes take call at center ice zip the past was battered out of the year great handeye coordination by jordan heavily but the stick a little too this period has been all air force j eight zero or the shots in this period shots in the game eighteen the four advantage for air force but the colonials leave this game one zero the only goal came four minutes into the game 1143 left second period faceoff is in the air force him on the dot freer forces brady tom black against grady ferguson the brady battle on the faceoff here and the colonials going to win the drives a put the puck clear out of the zone and then off of a couple of.

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"murat" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"murat" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"He's got a lot of work to do he's got weeds to put out as got international relations to uh to disrupt he's got an economy to crumble and he's got a populist abyss off so he can he can just be bail everybody out and you know what i will say this is like that guy that screws it up for everybody the angelo boulevard ball by not being a little bit more thankful basically screw have now next on trump's going to be less inclined to get involved in some ways among us screw amount of murat members of things yeah yeah you ruin it for everybody ball yeah i i'll pass on that you could pass there rupaul applause who is latte joe royle a very grave very good stuff all right here's one a a naked drunk driver crashed his car while la performing intercourse at the wheel policing sell the sits in the area police officer in washington state allege that a drug man was pulled over after he will not pulled over he was stopped after he crashed his car into a tree on wednesday while he was having sex at the wheel with a woman who's baby was strapped into the back seat uh good walked up to the car in the and the man is is sitting at the wheel straddled by threemonthold fits mother the report says are so you puff around this if you're going down the downswing well uh i was puffing on that right up until i heard those little bug is are you know where safetyfirst around here she rural you're okay with it until we can was only closure man a grown folks gonna do grown folks things man have you like i have you ever had sex while driving a car like it's been done it's tough to do you know i've got to like straddle you win you know you got a definitely in an automatic or if you're on the freeway could get into cruise control manual has done yeah well you don't want to kick the gear shift their either which is in play so just thrown in cruise control now i did it in a an oldsmobile delta 88 back in the day and it had the little side gearshift and it had the.

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"murat" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"murat" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The above normal temperatures eight am forty two degrees mostly sunny skies for everybody on probably the life jacket as you walk out the door and as we head into the noon hour we're looking at a temperature forty nine degrees mostly sunny very nice distillate wind out of the northwest and about 5 to 10 miles per hour than our high temperature today gets up the 55 degrees with partly cloudy skies our normal high it's 45 so we're tend to agrees above normal is a very nice afternoon this evening the cloud we'll start to increase i saw a lot of snapchat and stuff on social media about people heading to the christmas story at the murat yesterday that's in town here today as well temperatures will fall from the 50s in the 40s you'll need delayed jacket as you leave but agc clouds while they're increasing i will not produce any rain showers throughout the course of the evening hours than overnight tonight temperatures fall back into the '30s now by tomorrow morning at this time will be tracking some rain showers through the area notice it's a pretty thin band of rain it's not heavy rainfall but it does come through during the morning commute so it could slow you down a little bit on the roadways tomorrow but this rain moves through pretty quickly league look at the time here by one o'clock not only is the rain out of the area but this guys are also clearing from west to east so it's a little bit of a slow start tomorrow with a few showers in the clouds around but once we get into the afternoon hours the sunshine returns temperatures tomorrow are still in the fifties before they start to fall back down into the third is pretty quickly throughout the evening and and here is the stretch weather that takes us through the end of november and eventually into december will be above the average high of forty five not only friday as we welcome december but the first week ends in december features high temperatures that'll be in the low 50s so that'll be above normal edged dried sunny as well and then hear those 30s that i mentioned it is a pretty cool start friday saturday and sunday to each day boat give me warm up nicely with the sunshine tomorrow once we get to wednesday i think i'm gonna have much colder forecast for ya more than that to come but.

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"murat" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"murat" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The the the way yeah the hi everybody i dennis prager and thank you for being with me that the ultimate as tell the third hour every tuesday except if that tuesday is the national election of the words either congressional or their so i think we miss a a lot of issues hour may be once a year casse maybe it happens major thing on the tuesday put i i don't like canceling the malefemale hour or the ultimate issues hour and i never cancelled the happiness error mit bed added and is a great out this is a huge ultimate issue wise israel the most hated country why here i am and israel amid it's a perfect opportunity to raise this question with you it actually believe it or not it is so utterly irrational that it really a for me can be for anybody else but for me it is actually a it has a religious vindication it makes me truly believe that there is something in jewish history and the jews role of history that has a deadline element by cannot explain it in any secular way this country should be admired for more than hated it's a remarkable country especially given that it's the only one in the world targeted by other countries for annihilation it's also terrific litmus test i want you to hear the beginning i told you george gilder who had a break recognition of impact on me in my life i've been reading him since college and he it he wrote a book the euisrael test than he did therefore because we were so impressed by the book we asked them to do appreciate university video what's the name of the video you do you do you pass the israel test so here's how it begins go ahead how do you respond to people who excel you an invention creativity and wealth deal envy them do you feel their success so now diminishes you or do you admire what they've achieved and try to emulate these questions sum up what i call the israel test and the 1880s european jews settled and mandate palestine and murat and agricultural miracle and that desolate territory then sparsely populated by.

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"murat" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:29 min | 4 years ago

"murat" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Lie to me about going there i was so disappointed and then i became afraid about what could happen to them she says this town is pious but wasn't religious enough for her daughter she feel judged by people in this aside ductless nothing yes they gave her looks they didn't like how she was dressing they wanted her to address like everyone else she wanted to dress the way it's written firm a muslim woman to dress kondakova believes that judgment drove her daughter away she reluctantly admits that in mozell her daughters happy raising her first grandson mumia couple does this phnom i feel like i was reborn here i regret all those years i spent in dagestan don't you want to come here too i wanna live with you want you to see my boy growing up i've got under mogamat off gets to see his grandson when the sun murat left for syria he abandoned a pregnant wife alexi is now three years old they look at photos of marauders a boy and a young murat clowning around with his older brother schlemiel when you look at these does make you wish that your sons could all be here with you together i am a realist i know there's no return life isn't the book where you can tear out the pages if you'd like which you tonight right new ones the dagestani who fought for isis continue a decadesold legacy here of radicalism and militancy there's been a local insurgency here in the capital stand the hajj kalac for years targeting both local authorities and symbols of the national government their most prominent attacks targetted civilians in larger cities in moscow in 2010 militants allied with alqaeda look the subway in 2013 in volgograd they blew up a bus station and then a commuter bus as seen on russian media yugoslav suddenly there was no social or physical protection every day that were bombings terror attacks the calls people's lives i'll be maga met office the former police lieutenant colonel a member of dagestan's antiterrorism committee he says conservative islam combined with high rates of unemployment and poverty to radicalize it's the living conditions absence of possibilities absence of social mobility which creates waves of anger and distress there has to be some sort of history that sets the person on a certain track will you only need to light on match for the fire start that match is often brutal.

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"murat" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"murat" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And he says look it worked dagestan is now safer these people left and they will never come back well there are people in russia who believe who argue that some of russia's airstrikes in syria are due zayn not to target isis but to target specifically russian fighters dagga standing your chechen fighters in isis so that they never come back and the people who are escaping whether to lebanon or turkey or to ukraine are also being told don't you dare come back his because we won't in a hint hint that the sentence doesn't have to end right just don't come back dot dot dot com so you also spoke with a man in the village and kazeem whose son murat joined isis in now kazeem as raising murad son zemes on grandson tells about kazeem it's a really poignant moment and restore his son goes to isis and he doesn't sit back and that's the extraordinarily think about this story he went to aleppo to argue with his son to argue with isis fighters saying you guys are deluded please come back with me it took him years because he and wife went to aleppo and stayed for a month basically lived under the socalled selfdeclared caliphate trying to convince their saw son to leave and in the end it worked kazeem son murat is now deaths a ukraine and so he escaped he escaped isis and so kazeem has this pride you want to live in a message of hey all of those people who still have children in syria and iraq it is not impossible to get them out don't give up on them nick chevron special correspondent for the pbs newshour historian the children of dagestan leaving their fallacy join isis and syria airs tonight.

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"murat" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"murat" Discussed on PRI's The World

"And those people got passports according to one of them who talk to me in turkey because the fsb the russian security service was wanting to kick them out and i spoke with someone a on the record who was part of that programme and he says look it worked dagestan is now safer than these people left and they will never come back well there are people in russia who believe who argue that some of russia's airstrikes in syria are designed not to target isis but to target specifically russian fighters dagestani your chetchen fighters in isis so that they never come back and the people who are escaping whether to lebanon or turkey or to ukraine are also being told don't you dare come back his because we won't in a hint hint that the sentence doesn't have to end right just don't comeback dot dot dot com so you also spoke with a man in the village and kazeem husan murat joined isis in now kazeem as raising murad son kazeem on grandson tells about kazeem it's really poignant moment and restore his son goes to isis and he doesn't sit back and that's the extraordinaire thing about this story he went to aleppo to argue with his son to argue with isis fighters saying you guys are deluded please come back with me it took him years because his wife went to aleppo and stayed for a month basically lived under the socalled selfdeclared caliphate trying to convince their son to leave and in the end it worked kazeem son murat is now no desi ukraine and so he escaped he escaped isis and so kazeem has this pride you want to deliver the message of hey of those people who still have children in syria and iraq it isn't not impossible yet them out don't give up on them.

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