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Ship carrying grain from Ukraine arrives in Istanbul
"The captain of the first grain ship to arrive out of Ukraine under an international agreement spoke to reporters at the dock in turkey Ahmet Eugene Ali Baylor is the man at the helm of the polar net of Turkish flagship that em loaded cargo at the Ukrainian port of chana Moors before the Russian invasion in February He says this sad incident happened war broke out in the port was under blockade by the Ukrainian military They were finally able to leave on Friday forming a convoy with two other ships in a harbor guide near Odessa then followed a predetermined 17 leg route through dangerous corridors that had been cleared and deemed The latitudes longitudes and positions were provided by the joint coordination center They arrived at the Turkish port of Dorinda today with the 12,000 ton load of grain The first of a dozen ships authorized to sail under the deal between Ukraine and Russia brokered by turkey and the United Nations I'm Jennifer King
Ship with Ukrainian corn anchored off Turkey for inspection
"The first cargo ship to leave Ukraine since the Russian invasion is anchored in the Black Sea awaiting an inspection Russian Ukrainian Turkish and UN officials will check if the grain shipment is in accordance with a crucial agreement signed last month by Moscow and Kyiv to unblock Ukraine's agricultural exports and ease the global food crisis The Sierra Leone flag rizzoni loaded up with 26,000 tons of corn set sail from Odessa on Monday Its final destination Lebanon
First ship carrying Ukrainian grain since Russia invaded leaves Odesa
"The first ship carrying Ukrainian grain has set off from the port of Odessa The departure of the Sierra Leone flagged cargo ship the rizzoni laden with corn is expected to finally allow large stores of Ukrainian crops to reach foreign markets and ease a growing hunger crisis Russia and Ukraine have signed separate agreements with turkey and the UN clearing the way for Ukraine one of the world's key bread baskets to
Zelenskyy visits port to see ship loaded with grain
"President volodymyr zelensky has visited one of Ukraine's main black seaports Odessa A week after a deal was struck with Russia turkey and the UN to create safe corridors for ships to export grains that have been trapped in the country Zelensky's visit comes as workers are preparing terminals for grain exports which are relied on by millions of people worldwide facing hunger Zielinski told reporters the export of grain will begin with the departure of several ships that were loaded but could not depart reports after the Russian invasion Zelensky says our side is fully prepared We sent all the signals to our partners The UN and turkey and our military is guaranteeing the security situation The complexities of the grains agreement and concerns about the safety of shipping crews has set the deal off to a slow cautious start I'm Charles De Ledesma
Ukraine to move forward on grain export from Odesa
"Ukraine's still preparing vessels to begin exporting grains from the guest support despite coming under Russian bombardment over the weekend The Odessa regional administration sir hi Bratton says we're discussing the formation of caravans of ships that will carry out the tasks and agreements reached and signed by Ukraine turkey and the United Nations Several Russian missiles struck the port of edessa on Saturday just hours after separate agreements on grain exports were concluded Russia said it had targeted a military vessel with the U.S. supplied harpoon missiles but Ukraine has contradicted this saying a grain depot was struck leading to an injury I'm Charles De
Russia hits Ukraine's Black Sea port despite grain deal
"President volodymyr zelensky has offered a comment on the recent strike on Odessa as he met with a delegation of congressmen Russian missiles hit the black seaport just hours after Moscow and Kyiv signed deals to allow grain exports to resume from there The Ukrainian foreign ministry denouncing the strike as a spit in the face of turkey and the UN Zelensky meeting with the group headed by Adam Smith refers to the grain deal saying and not even 24 hours at past before these grain terminals the territory of edessa and the port were struck The Ukrainian military's southern command says two Russian caliber cruise missiles hit the port's infrastructure and Ukrainian air defenses had brought down two others I'm Charles De
Russia strikes south Ukraine city, presses attacks in east
"Russian missiles have struck the southern Ukrainian city of as Moscow continues efforts to push for more control of the east the attack hit industrial facilities and a key shipbuilding center in the estuary of the southern bug river nicolae has faced regular Russian missile strikes in recent weeks as the Russians have sought to soften Ukrainian defenses At the beginning of the war Ukrainian forces managed to fend off Russian attempts to capture Mikhail iv which sits between Russian occupied Crimea and the Ukrainian port of Odessa the Russian military has said it aims to cut off Ukraine's entire Black Sea coast all the way to the Romanian border if successful Ukraine's economy would be dealt a crushing blow I'm Karen Chammas
Charlie and Colonel Macgregor Dissect the Invasion of Ukraine
"Early on, we tried to warn people that the west getting involved in the Russian Ukrainian war, Putin's invasion of rush of Ukraine would be a mistake. We condemned the invasion from a moral standpoint, but we said that this will only cost more lives that this could have been solved if zelensky would have allowed elections to occur in the eastern part of Ukraine and allowing those provinces, those territories would be part of Russia. But where are we today? $56 billion that we know of have been appropriated towards this. We don't even know where the money's been spent. And unfortunately, it seems as if Putin says he's only getting started with us to help unpack this as someone who has been a very clear and courageous voice. Since the very beginning of this conflict, it is colonel McGregor, colonel. Welcome back to the program. Thanks, Charlie. So colonel, let me ask this question, what is the current state of affairs on the ground in Ukraine because it's very murky if you just read western press. And then secondly, is it true that Putin is only getting started in Ukraine? Well, let's answer the first one first. He currently controls, I would argue all of the traditional Russian areas that are inhabited or populated with Russian speakers as you pointed out earlier. This is the area that if you held a plebiscite back in 2014 would have undoubtedly voted to join Russia or voted for some form of independence. So from Putin's standpoint, he's largely achieved his aims. The only two objectives that remain are kharkov up in the north, which is historically a Russian city and Odessa in the south, which is historically Russian. Now the reason I say he plans to ultimately take those two as the totality of his interest is that he is largely withdrawn, about 70 to 80% of Russian army combat forces. The forces on the ground that are effectively mopping up Ukrainian forces are for the most part Russian separatists from the two autonomous republics that had already tried to break away from Kyiv and were subsequently recognized this year by Moscow as independent. Chechen forces and frankly some mercenary
Odessa, Texas, without drinking water as temperatures soar
"Let me tell you something with temperatures baking with temperatures baking parts of the U.S. one city in Texas has been going without water this week whether forecasters expect it to reach 99° in Odessa where officials say crews are working to restore service The city's water treatment plant went back online today and could take another half a day or more to recharge A 165,000 customers lost water after an aging mane broke on Monday The city which is located about 330 miles west of Dallas planned to distribute water to residents as well as deliver water to nursing homes I'm Julie Walker
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"For the sweet spot just the right number for increasing interest rates to slow or stop record inflation CBS News business analyst Jill schlesinger Although the fed increases are intended to slow down the economy the risk is that the fed raises rates by too much or too quickly and that it eventually slows down growth so much so that we are landing in a recession That announcement is expected by mid afternoon investors appear optimistic the Dow is up a 182 the NASDAQ up one 87 Transgender health association is lowered its recommended minimum age for gender transition treatment your CBS Linda canyon The world professional association for transgender health now says hormone treatments could be started at age 14 Two years earlier than the group's previous advice the association also recommends some surgeries can be done at age 15 or 17 That's a year or so earlier than previous guidance The recommendations come as 15 states have restricted access to gender transition care and as President Biden is poised to announce several executive actions to address discriminatory laws and practices against the LGBTQ community Millions of Americans are getting three digit temperatures or feels like temperatures like that again today Odessa Texas officials have been handing out bottled water reporter Chris Fox explains why The main waterline breaking Odessa left a 165,000 people without water Actor carry utility district president Tommy Irvin It's the cast iron pop way back when and it looks like it just split Fire chief John Alvarez We have assisted the hospitals with some of their needs A boiled water notice could remain in place for days Chris Fox for CBS News Austin When your vehicle starts rolling while it's in park well that's a bad day WWE's Jeff Gilbert tells us that problem has led to a recall notice for some 3 million Ford owners This is a 5th recall of this nature that Ford has announced over the last four years This time it's escapes edges fusion C maxes and transit connects mostly from 2013 through 19 A Rancho Cordova California gas station manager is out of a job after putting the wrong price on gas pumps Put all three prices on there except the diesel but the last one kind of didn't go you know right John's justina says he put a decimal point in the wrong place 6 99 a gallon diesel fuel went for 69 cents as word spread on social media Well I would have done the same thing Station lost about $16,000 to Xena lost his job now There's a go fund me account to help him pay back the money to the owner This is CBS News Presented by rocket mortgage whether you're looking to purchase a new home or refinance yours rocket mortgage can help you get there for home loan solutions that fit your life rocket can 1203 welcome in on a hot Wednesday June 15th 2022 Hartley cloudy now 85° could be an isolated afternoon storm with highs near 90 Good afternoon I'm Deborah Feinstein And I'm Mark Lewis with the top local stories where he following this shower The owner of the Washington commanders Daniel Snyder will not appear before a House committee hearing next week It's part of an investigation into workplace misconduct within the team Daniel Snyder was invited to testify before the oversight and reform committee on June 22nd Now Snyder's lawyer has sent a letter to the chairman of the committee Carolyn maloney the letter first reported by axios sites concerns about fundamental fairness and due process Snyder's lawyer asked for some assurances the questions would be limited to workplace culture an earlier hearing a witness publicly alleged for the first time that Snyder harassed her 14 years ago attorney Karen Pattinson Seymour says Snyder who's facing attorneys general investigations in D.C. and Maryland remains willing to cooperate Nia law can stay in WTO P news New LED speed.
Russians control 80% of contested city in eastern Ukraine
"Russians control 80% of a contested city in eastern Ukraine A Ukrainian official says severo Donetsk the main focus of the war in the east is not yet blocked off by Russian troops even though they control about 80% of the city and have destroyed all three bridges leading out of it The governor adds Ukrainian forces are still able to evacuate their wounded and community with their military He acknowledges though that forces have been pushed out to the industrial outskirts of the city elsewhere Ukraine says its air defense systems have shut down two Russian cruise missiles targeting the Odessa region in the south I'm Charles De
Why Did Jack Posobiec Just Go to Ukraine?!?
"Jack posobiec is, I don't know if he's back from Europe. He might still be in Europe. Jack are you still in Europe? Charlie, I can report that we have returned. We are back on the territory of the United States of America. This glorious land. You got your rights back. Congratulations. So believe it or not, man. We were not asked. Two and a half weeks, we were gone, not asked once for a COVID test for a vaccine pass, anything like that, either going into Europe. We were in ten countries or coming back to the U.S., not ask once. Not ask for your papers, not even going to Ukraine? Not even, oh, no, they didn't answer anything going to Ukraine. Just passport. Well, I want to ask about that. So you did the scenic tour of Europe. You went from Rome to Hungary. To Davos to Geneva, to Poland, and then you ended up in Ukraine. Let's start at the end. Why did you go to Ukraine? Oh yeah, hey, Charlie. I went to Ukraine last weekend. I didn't actually tell anybody I was going to go. Especially your turning point USA productions team. And I asked our teams, I said, do we have war insurance? Okay. Well, there were a number of people that did know. One person on the production team did know, but we were trying to keep this. It did make it all the way up the ladder, but that's okay. So how is Ukraine right now? Besides awful and terrible. Right? That's that main city. We are seeing a lot of western party. Western reporters, it's directly across the border from Poland. My family lives just on the other side of the border in Poland, so we were visiting with them, stay with them. And then we went across the border the next day. Levi still hustling, bustling city, very open, very free. We were there on a weekend, a beautiful gorgeous city, but then as we got further and further east, we ended up taking a night train down to Odessa, and then we're able to take a car through the checkpoints. That's what you're seeing in this video right now into the city of Mika liev. Now Mikayla is only a few kilometers. Just a couple of miles from the front lines where in Russian occupied territory of her son, which is the very next city over. So we made it about as far as the highway to her son and we were essentially stopped by military saying, you know, we can not allow any civilians to go further than this point, but the city of mikolaj itself has received shelling, has been struck a few times. In fact, it was struck just the day after we left the morning after the shipyards there at strategic shipyard city on the Black Sea. And conditions absolutely deteriorating the closer you get to Russian
Live updates | Zelenskyy: Russia should pay for destruction
"I'm Mike Gracia reporting Ukraine's president says Russia should pay for the destruction it has caused In his Friday night video address president volodymyr zelensky called for Russia to be held financially responsible for the damage its forces have inflicted on Ukraine Zelensky said Russian forces fired a missile at the northeastern kharkiv region Friday and destroyed a cultural center in Los ova Zelensky said Russian missiles also hit the cities of Odessa in the south and cortaba in the east As Russia claimed to have captured Mario on Friday Associated Press cameras recorded buses faring Ukrainian fighters to a former penal colony Russia's state news agency said 2439 Ukrainian fighters who were holed up in the azov stall steel plant in mariupol have surrendered since Monday including over 500 Friday I'm Mike Gracia
Ukraine Has Repelled Russia's Attempt to Cross Donbas River
"There is a story in the telegraph of Great Britain today. An entire battalion and again, I am not, I'm a civilian civilian, meaning I don't even know how to spell civilian, much less anything going on in the army. And the Russian army. But I know that when a battalion gets wiped out, trying to cross a river, that's not good for morale. So they tried to cross the river. It's in the telegraph, I tweeted it out. You should be following me on Twitter. And they got pushed back 20 clicks from 30 clicks, which in my mind I quickly estimate to be about 18 miles because the ten K is 6.2 miles and so 30 clicks must be about 18.6 miles. So Ukraine's are pushing back the Russians all over the place. They're in a static front in the Donbass, which is, you know, I couldn't draw the Donbass on a map. I know where Ukraine and Russia is, but it's part of Ukraine. And I couldn't get it right now where it is roughly. It doesn't get to Odessa. And only a part not a God, this is from the financial time. Military briefing can Ukraine push the Russian army from the country. Even that being written is something that's extraordinary.
Russia pounds Odesa as civilian bodies uncovered elsewhere
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#37 Holy Week, part 2 - burst 2
"So Jesus continues. In the fair cycle tradition of being picky about the law, they were also picky about their ties to the temple. These religious leaders were careful to tie even the smallest of their herb garden harvests, but they ignored the board important parts of the law, justice, mercy, faith, all of these are important, but you strain your water so you don't drink a gnat, but you swallow a camel. Now that's the saying, maybe you've heard before. Let me see if I can explain it to you. Part of its literal, and part of it is figurative. Both Nats and camels are forbidden food to the Jewish people. And yes, the religious leaders would strain their water to keep from accidentally swallowing an at, Jesus says yes, you would do this, but it being so picky or ignoring the more important things thus you swallow a camel. Jesus
"odessa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Gas to Poland and Bulgaria The move is in response to Europe's support of Ukraine in the two months since Russian forces invaded that country NPR's Brian Mann is in Odessa in southern Ukraine Moscow is playing hardball here They rejected a call for a ceasefire and they're cutting these oil and gas supplies to punish European countries helping Ukraine natural gas futures shot up as a consequence UN officials say they did get an agreement in principle to some kind of evacuation plan but we've seen this kind of statement repeatedly and it's never come to anything Russian attacks on that industrial site in mariupol where Ukrainians are still fighting Those attacks have continued and been intense Millions of people in China's capital are continuing to take COVID-19 tests this week as officials in Beijing hoped to avoid a lockdown similar to the one that's in place in Shanghai David rennie is the Beijing bureau chief for The Economist he spoke to NPR's morning edition They have done everything for the last two years to keep COVID out of Beijing We have uniquely strict rules here and China did an extraordinary job for two years of keeping covered levels kind of incredibly low It involved incredibly tough controls but Shanghai has just been hit by a massive wave Rennie was courtesy of Skype This is NPR news from Washington And it's doubly in my sea in New York at 7 32 good morning I'm Michael hill 48 and partly cloudy out there now Today mostly sunny and staying only in the mid 50s for a high We have delays this morning on NJ transit northeast corridor In the news New York governor Kathy hochul supports a bill to make it easier for candidates to voluntarily remove themselves from an election ballot It's become a charged issue in Albany at a former lieutenant governor Brian Benjamin resigned amid bribery charges but he remains on the June 28th primary ballot Governor hochul says Benjamin is unlikely to move at a state which is one of the few legal ways to get him off the ballot The fix she says is to change the law I.
"odessa" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Middle of the war Yaroslav said that the last few days have been especially menacing for the city's residents You may not know but last three days Russian sending a load of messages to the telegram to the Instagram to the SMS to people in Odessa writing we know who you are We know where you live We know that you against Russians He says their biggest weapon is laughter and creativity More important even than the foreign weapons that have become iconic in this war That's why we keeping meeting each other and telling stories and jokes Because there's the same frontier there's the same weapon as I don't know javelin or by rock dark or something else Julia says this is a joyous place Odessa is known as a laid back city by the sea A place that's relaxed and relaxing But now during the war there's so much anger here too Twist the Russian artists and musicians who used to be part of their community It's hard to say but there are other people for us anymore Yeah that's mean that's gross to say We ate a lot of Russian content Poetry literature theater I started a setter It was like a greatest example And now in the sense that's not exist It was a fake All this was a fake because it didn't affect the people Open their eyes it will make them seeing critically Yaroslav talks about a dichotomy About having panic attacks and fits of laughter in the same day There's a war outside The front lines are just one major city away But jazz is still playing.
Preventitive Diplomacy's David Falt Reflects on the Russia-Ukraine War
"So amid new word of sanctions coming from the U.S., along with Europeans looking to do something quite similar, I am joined today by David fault from preventative diplomacy founder and head of preventive diplomacy, which is an organization that works around the world in some pretty dicey places to see some conflict resolution. He specifically has been working at gathering evidence on war crimes there in Ukraine and joins us now. David, welcome. Good to have you here. Thank you very much, Chris. So, okay, let's start with what we saw coming out over the weekend. I mean, it's pretty horrific. You have observers there. Walk us through what you guys are seeing and where you think this is heading in terms of some of the war crimes and the evidence that you've been able to gather. So we deployed very early on in the forest in the first days of the conflict starting, and our assumption was that they were, we didn't think they were going to be able to take Kyiv and we estimated or our guests was that he put in really interest lies in the Black Sea area so that he can connect the crimping with Mario Paul Donbass in that region and maybe extend his slice of the country so to speak, maybe extend it as far as to Odessa, which is a strategic port facility, the basis for that reasoning was pretty simple, we looked at how he behaved in Syria when he joined that conflict and it was pretty obvious that he backed their third regime mainly to secure his military or naval facilities in the Latakia area south of the tartus mountains, so working from backwards from that we figured, yeah, the real onslaught there is going to happen down in the strategic Black Sea port areas. So we wanted to go in early. So we went in in the first couple of days to see what the status of those areas were and what type of reconnaissance team and amphibious activities was going on there. We obviously had to pull out of Mario pole after 9 days of the conflict, this is an independent of effort.
"odessa" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"News now Possible peace talks Amateur Jordan Fox News new reports of explosions near the Ukrainian port city of Odessa just as word spreads that the leaders of Ukraine and Russia may be prepared to meet in person Slowly but surely Ukrainians are retaking the area around the capital city of Kyiv Ukrainian troops are moving cautiously around the Kyiv suburb of bucha as they sift through the rubble Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky says retreating Russian forces left behind land mines around homes equipment even corpses Meanwhile a potential face to face meeting could be happening between zelensky and Putin soon that's according to a Ukrainian negotiator enough elements have reportedly been agreed to that a possible peace deal is ready to be discussed Any potential meeting though what happened in turkey no official date has been set yet Fox's Aisha Hosni Pope Francis said Saturday he's considering visiting the Ukrainian capital and blasted what he called a savage war Police in Virginia say a man was killed Saturday in a shooting at a mall the Norfolk police chief says the shooting at Macarthur center began as an argument over money to women were also hurt the gunman has not been identified The last person to see a missing Florida mother is now in custody Police say the ex-boyfriend has been arrested in Tennessee Cassie Carly was last seen Sunday Night while meeting with the ex-boyfriend and their four year old daughter in the parking lot of a restaurant close to her home in Florida They say the couple's daughter is safe Fox is John Scott The men's college basketball national championship is set North Carolina will face Kansas North Carolina defeated duke Saturday night marking the last game of coach Mike krzyzewski's career America's listening to Fox News.
Why Putin Is All in on Ukraine War
"So general, what should we be looking at? We got about two minutes left. What do you think we should be watching for as an indication that Putin may be about to give up the ghost and realize that his sunk costs are sunk costs? We've got to cut and run. I think we're a far cry from that. I think he's determined based on what I see outside of key, he's stuck in his artillery, dug in his mechanized units. They're not leaving. They can't take Keith but they're not leaving either. I do think what we got to keep an eye on is if and when Mario pole falls, will they be able to take that success that they've had there in the east and the south. And use some of those forces to go us to take Odessa and also to go north to assist with these besiege of Keith, our assessment and ISW is that based on the casualties you, they will not be able to generate that kind of combat momentum. In other words, their casualties that they've had in this fight in the south around Mario pole.
"odessa" Discussed on WTOP
"News special report Russian forces are moving deeper into the Ukrainian city of mariupol CBS News correspondent Chris lives say is in Odessa also on the coast No neighborhood is safe And Ukraine's second largest city These apartments were hundreds of thousands still live are the frontline svetlana blocks out what she can I'm very grateful for our soldiers defending our land she says hold on guys We'll always support you British prime minister Boris Johnson addressed a conference in Blackpool saying Russian president Vladimir Putin is terrified of a free Ukraine With every day that Ukraine's heroic resistance continues It is clear that Putin has made a catastrophic mistake Ukraine's president Vladimir zelensky is appealing for more talks with Russia to try to end the war and bring peace CBS News special report on Wendy Gillette 6 34 now U.S. representative Don young has died at the age of 88 The Republican congressman from Alaska was the longest serving member of the current Congress No Republican had ever served longer in the U.S. House Congressman Don young 25 consecutive terms and he'd already announced plans to run for number 26 this year The 88 year old died on his way home to Alaska He worked as a tugboat captain and a trapper while in Congress he once brandished the pubic bone of a walrus on the House floor during a debate He also held a knife to congressman John Boehner before Boehner was speaker They later became friends Young was a defender of the oil and logging industries He brought back billions of dollars in pork to Alaska Remember those bridges to nowhere That was done young a proposed 2.2 billion in spending the bridges were never built China is reporting its first COVID deaths in more than a year health authorities there say two people have died in the northeastern region of the country China is battling an omicron driven surge Four people on board a U.S. Marine aircraft that crashed in Norway have been killed Not many details available yet but local police in Norway tell Reuters that an MV 22 B Osprey aircraft crashed in a remote region Norway's military said that aircraft was reported missing when it didn't make its scheduled arrival at the Arctic circle municipality bodo The Osprey was taking part in the military exercise NATO calls cold response 2022 That exercise involves about 30,000 troops from over 27 countries it's aimed at training forces in harsh winter conditions till NATO Fox News NATO says that military exercise was planned out months ago and has nothing to do with Russians The Russian invasion of Ukraine South Carolina is given the green light to firing squad executions a method codified in a state law last year after decade long pause and carrying out death sentences because of the state's inability to procure lethal injection drugs State correction department said Friday that renovations have been completed on the death chamber in Colombia And the agency had notified the attorney general It was able to carry out a firing squad execution Legislation that went into effect in May made the electric chair the state's primary means of execution South Carolina is now one of 8 states to still use the electric chair one of four to allow a firing squad According to the Washington based nonprofit death penalty information center Coming up the latest on the war in Ukraine as it enters its fourth week It's 6 36.
A Ukrainian Town Deals Russia One of the War's Most Decisive Routs
"So I want to read a story here from The Wall Street Journal, Ukrainian town routes Russians. Starts actually on the first page of The Wall Street Journal here. This morning, which is hard not to admire the Ukrainian people who are fighting for their home against the Russian aggression. Ukrainian town deals Putin one of the most his most decisive routes. A Kalashnikov rifle swung over his shoulder, mikhailo sorico, spent this Tuesday driving through fields and forests picking up a dead Russian soldiers and taking them to a freezer railway car piled with Russian bodies. A rapid Russian advance into the strategic southern town of 35,000 people, a gateway to the Ukrainian nuclear power station in pathway to attack Odessa from the back would have showcased the Russian military's ability and severed Ukrainians key communication lines instead, the two day battle of details of which are now only starting to emerge, turned decisively against the Russians. Judging from the destroyed and abandoned armor, Ukrainian forces which comprised local volunteers and professional military eliminated most of the Russian battalion tactical group marked March 2 and three. Now, I'm going to continue to read the story here, find it. It's pretty awesome to see people rise up and defend their home. I have to say. The Ukrainian defenders performance against a much better armed enemy in an overwhelmingly Russian speaking region was successful. In part because of the widespread popular support for the Ukrainian cause, one reason the Russian invasion across the country has failed to achieve its principal goals so far. Ukraine on Wednesday said it was launching a counter offensive on several fronts, quote everyone is united against the common enemy. So the 32 year old mayor, a former real estate developer, turned wartime commander, who like other local officials moves around with a gun, we are defending our own land. This isn't going according to plan for the Russians, it
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"We have a war but we are not from Odessa We came to Odessa from Nikolai region because they were very very intense events there We were hiding with my family in the basement and Russian forces bombed so hard that sand was falling from the ceiling And we were very scared We evacuated to the other side of the city Also when we were walking the bridge was blown up And when we crossed over the wreckage of the bridge because there was no other way out There were corpses of Russian soldiers lying there and they were turned inside out We're joined now by eagerly denkov of nicolae prior to the invasion He was working as a project manager at an IT company in her son which is now under Russian control Igor thank you so much for being willing to come on to democracy now So you've got Russian occupied her son now And your own city under siege the video we played was from you describe what's happening right now Hello everyone who hear me Right now I am in mikolaj On the border of our city there is a Russian troops Even right now when I am listening to you and right now when I'm speaking with you there is artillery and isolate Also there was a error rate signal but I stay with you To explain and to explain you what is happening today Igor You are incredibly brave and I just want to say thank you for speaking to us But if there is any siren you hear and you feel you should go you should go So tell us what's happening every day Every day my day is starting that I check all my friends all my relatives and all my colleagues from work that everybody is alive Also the situation for me is hard was my family right now is also on the occupied territory in the region As a situation is bad but because there are some problems with the food and water But every day I have a telephone talks and I try to support them but I have no tools how to help them Because there are full of Russian And we just lost Igor for a minute We're hoping that we'll be able to get him back And again you are wife and your daughter are separated from you at this point Is that right Yes Yes Of course before it's when it started I think that it will be more safety for them to stay in a countryside not in a city because for me I was sure that they will bomb and they will hit all our cities because it's the main aim to make fear for all Ukrainian nation So can you have been there helping other residents describe what you're doing and even the footage that you sent us that we just played over the Russian attacks From my how I right now helping I am trying to work like a half part remote On my user work But also I try to help my own city in different ways Many of our citizens live left our city and many pets and like domestic animals stay without stay alone I also try to feed them when they have time and when I can find some food for them Also I help our local defense with making send box sense just to defend some streets or so on We were just communicating with some people who are helping families leave They leave they then come back How hard is it to come and go from the Calais And what about your access to food to water to electricity are people remaining in basements In Mira Paul which is very near you People are trapped They can not leave Okay In Nicholas's station is better because we have a pre bleach through the river which connects us with the road to August It's like it's a bridge of a life because through this breach food can come to our city But it's about Nikolai But about her son the situation is more harder because most of the shops are occupied by Russian troops They just Say take from shops what they want And there is no access for civilians to the shops and also they fear because they are Russian troops are armored with a weapon What message do you want people in the rest of the world to hear as you speak from the besieged city of Mikhail Of all democracy will right now here in Ukraine we stop the invasion of Russian Putin troops They want a text only Ukraine They won't attack whole democracy Democracy of our life The freedom Because Ukraine is a free country We have the we have democracy election We can have meetings We can vote But they didn't like it They want to fight against freedom From my point of view I think that whole will To help us here to stop the invasion Right now we are really we have needs in body armor helmets and equipment It is what is really you don't have it in.
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"This report The air raid sirens have now just gone off outside the railway station here in the center of lviv and people are hurrying past me to get into the station But then there's a whole lot of people who are extremely calm They've become used to this level of tension They don't know what the siren might bring what it might suggest But they just have to live with it Now throughout the morning we've been speaking to people here who are trying to get out of this city many of them have come from a far away as Kyiv from Odessa in the south Their hope now is either to get to a train to Poland or onto one of the bosses here there may be 2030 of them that I can see and people are lining up queuing for spaces anything to get out of Ukraine Where are you trying to get to But for now they can not do that Because you are a fighting age so I presume the army won't let you leave Not because I don't want to fight but I have troubles with my house We're at the bottom of the stairs now leading up onto a platform where there is one train people think is going to go to Poland And it's just a real crush as they try and push their way up onto an already jammed platform Just so much desperation here It's quiet desperation but no less real for that but the atmosphere is about to change The sound of a train looms And jam them next to a train where hundreds of people are trying to get in this one door and as I look down the platform there are thousands of people now trying to get out to Poland Lots of mothers with young children Beside me the woman I met earlier Helena and just on our kitty And she's holding him tight Please help you can hear your shouting tools Please help But there's nobody here to help Let's crush now As people tried to get to this door it's the same right down there Right down All the way that I can see people pushing indoors Trying to pull their family members aboard from inside those who've been lucky enough to get on This is an extraordinary tragic scene In Europe in 2022 So cool keen with that report while huge cues of refugees have also formed a border crossings into Hungary Michael is from Nigeria and was studying in hakki.
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"Odessa to Clearwater. This is am Tampa Bay, where Tampa Bay begins their morning. Brian Gorman in for Jack Harris on this Monday morning. Jack will be back tomorrow. Aaron Jacobson, Katie Pacino, also here and one of the big stories over the weekend, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle welcomed their second child and the child's name. Is Lil a bet. Deanna Mountbatten Windsor? Yep. So, Lil, A bet is what they went with. And Lily will be. You know, the short name? That's what everybody would call the kid. But Lil a bet I'm surprised And when we went to break I'm surprised you didn't know this considering I asked you when we went to break Do you watch the crown Spread popular TV show and you do watch it? Yeah. And I'm surprised since you do watch the crown. You like the crowd that you don't know where little bit comes from its actually, after, uh, the child's great grandmother, the Queen. Elizabeth Queen Elizabeth. Her nickname is little bit Wait. The current queen, the current queen. Her nickname within the family is little bit which I don't know how you missed that. Because you have Prince Philip constantly in the crown, calling her a little bit. Oh, yeah. No, I didn't even notice that I didn't know that either. And then Diana, we we all know is his Princess Diana. So they went with the Queen's nickname for the actual name for their child. I thought they don't like the royal family. That's why right when I saw that, Ryan, I'm glad you brought that up right. When I saw that the the child's name is little bit. I Thought it was Meghan and Harry trying their best. Are they trolling? I no, no, I think they're trying to make amends. Okay? I think in this way they have given the name little bit to try to make amends or to try to show the world that whatever issues they have within the royal family, and how you know royal life is it has nothing to do with Harry's grandmother, the queen who they love and they respect okay. They've talked about it before. Just the name though. You know, there have only been I looked this up. There have only been Uh, in the United States. Five girls between 18 80 2019 named little bit because, like we just said, it's a nickname and a nickname of a royal from a different country. Between 18 80 2019 Only 15 girls worldwide have been named Lil about. It's more of a nickname than an actual Elizabeth or Lily. Do you like the name? Katie? Uh, not really. It sounds like a little bit like it reminds me of my dogs named Little bit. But like someone with an accent who can't say it like a little bit. Reminds me. Yeah. So, no, I I'm not being there, Doug. Little bit. Um, I actually got her from somebody and her name was a little bit Don't have her anymore. Actually, she belongs to my sister and brother now, But yes, I didn't realize there was, uh, actually it says it right here in the story. If I had just read down a paragraph, it says it's a nod to her Majesty, the Queen's nickname. Oh, there you go. You got to it. I I read that the headline in the first paragraph, but not the second one. I'm really surprised that you watch the crowd and you haven't heard a little bit once. I guess maybe I have it. I just didn't pick up on it. That's fine. It's not. It's not like you know some of these Hollywood baby names, so it's not not that bad. Just was not Northwest. No, I think that's why it wasn't surprised by just because I knew the origins of it. But if I didn't know where little bit come came from, I'd certainly say it was a weird name. Yeah. And then or do you think when the When the child grows up, and they explain where the name came from that Meghan Markle will explain this game from your racist family and get into all of that? I don't think that's how that is going to go down. No, not quite like that. Your name is birth from raises. They're still on the outs. Right? The two of them. They're still in the house. Okay, That's what I thought. But everyone did congratulate them. All right, coming up. Next, we're going to do quick takes with Chris Trackman in a moment, but first another check on traffic.
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"To votes will all top Miami Veterans and relatives of those who died while in the line of duty, Whether the rain and Clearwater to attend the Memorial Day ceremony and Crest Lake Park, we always have to remember the Why the Why is Because people thought and died. I've filled with emotions of thanks on appreciation several dozen paying their respects to fallen veterans, one of many memorials held around Tampa Bay. The Tampa Bay Lightning, hoping to take a two games to nothing lead over the Carolina Hurricanes in Game two of the second round playoff series tonight. And the Tampa Bay Rays have won a franchise. Best 16 of 17 after a 3 to 1 victory over the Yankees in New York Rays have the best record in the majors. News at the top and bottom of every hour on Chris Franklin News radio. W F L A Golf has been fading in recent years. That is until the pandemic gave the game of Mulligan her second chance, the National Golf Foundation says in the US golfers logged nearly 61 million more rounds last year. Good for the biggest game since 1997 when Tiger Woods became a star. An APP developers are cashing in with pricey mobile labs, claiming that data will unlock your swing. Now, more than 40% of core golfers use a golf related app. The robot apocalypse is very real. For people working gigs shoppers for instant card as the company looks to cut costs, it has ambitious robot plans. Detailed in documents reviewed by Bloomberg. The idea involves building automated fulfillment centers where hundreds of robots would fetch boxes of cereal and cans of soup. While humans gather, produce and deli products. Some facilities would be attached to existing grocery stores. While larger standalone centers would process orders for several locations from Bloomberg. I'm Steve POTUS for news radio. W F L A From Odessa to Clearwater. This is a M Tampa Bay where Tampa Bay begins their morning. Good morning. It's a am Champa Bai as you heard the phrase Tearing it up and the bolts up one zip on Carolina and even USF baseball winning their tournament. So it is. Am Champa Bai? No doubt about that. This, uh Came from Sue Turner. I gotta read this. You know you're looking forward to the college football season. A little recap of the last year, Alabama beat Arkansas in Arkansas fired their coach. Alabama beat Tennessee, Tennessee fired the coach, Alabama meet Auburn and Auburn fired the coach. In Alabama beat Notre Dame and the pope resigned. And how do we get the White House to play Alabama political Football jokes. Therefore, you should kill your suit Turner. Thank you. So you should go to our block. W f l a news dot com slash AM TV where we think Katie Pacino For all the great stuff she'd put on there she does. I was checking this one out. There is someone who has got to be in her twenties or thirties who decided it was a good idea to jump into one of those child seats. At a restaurant. She didn't end. Well, if you got too well for her. Her legs were really skinny, too. So I thought that maybe she might be able to get out. That was until the portion of the video where I saw the fire department had to come along and help out so embarrassing. This almost happened to me on, but I don't know why we do this. I don't know why it's young woman and she is not alone. I tried to do this at the playground said in one of the things I don't know. I don't have a logical explanation for why I did it. But I tried to sit in the baby see at the playground and I got stuck like I had to turn it upside down and, like, force myself to fall out, and I genuinely there was like a 12th period where I thought I was gonna have to call the ambulance because I was really stuff. That's what happened in the fire department came and got her. She was stuck, so they had to unscrew the sea and everyone's looking at her laughing matter of people taking videos of her. Now she's on her block. Wfld news dot com slash am a couple of others here. How not to hit your ride? I've got to check that out. You'll like that. Definitely. Don't try it, though. You can watch it. Don't give it a try. We have plenty of more. We will get to these. We'll take a look at these in a couple minutes, But we do have quit Chris Trackman coming up. We have quick takes with Chris. That's ahead on a in.
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"And also like the song that they're singing is has that sort of forced laughter. Verse your chorus up which you'll be newby newby knee. It's so chillingly menacing as there slicing off your ear. They're lifting their beer. Sides will be need a hawk that they're of singing that when scary bouncers kind of you know throw him out of the place and beat shit out of smashes camera but that's just one of the scenes at so brilliantly staged in this panavision kind of wide screen format. Because you have so many extras that are so perfectly cast everywhere you look there. There's information to be gleaned by who these guys are even even the hundred guy in the back right in that scene where you somehow have jon. Voight kinda standing out perfectly staged with his then. He raises his camera to take photographs. And that's what what sets off much of the action that happens to him subsequent to that but any so much younger than anybody else. It's ride there aren't saying what are you doing here. You're twenty five even the makeup thing sort of mission. Impossible makeup thing they do for them isn't hokey. It's none of like your may soon does kind of look real like year suddenly. Yeah actually even think about that. How implausible i. Guess that theoretically is that he stands in front of that guy is supposed to be forty five years. Yeah reid. He's questioning him extremely closely. And scrutinizing him and his babies on his unlined baby face. Probably what was john boy. This time probably think was even thirty two probably not maybe maybe What year was Missouri i guess they shot it so it was midnight cowboy sixty nine. Yeah sixty eight or sixty nine tonight. So yeah he's probably in his in his mid late twenties. If anything right yeah yeah. It was an interesting thing to take on. He does it great throughout the entire thing. Certain is also a time. When when a movie could be made out of like frederick forsyth novel that was probably such a big deal at the time right. Yeah probably a huge seller and that was reviewed and people anticipated and yeah people just sat appetite for that kind of intrigue and adventure and You have all these movies. Like eye of the needle this movie. All these kind of seventies early seventies world war two nazi kind of either nazi braintrust thriving in obscurity in south america. Like you know Boys from brazil where such which that actor Guenter meisner in also Meisner probably every every one of those movies. He's probably. I think this is before this is when people are just finding out that they. Cia brought german rocket scientists to this country to work on the atom bomb. And that the argentines and you know that a fascist network during the war and after at been utilizing announcing brain trust and then helping them escape you continue to use them or out of a weird fascistic loyalty so people are starting to learn about this kind of stuff. So it's intriguing. Everybody the idea of conspiracies. Of course as i said like watergate this is when investigative journalists were kind of heroes instead of people that just kind of annoyed us or were ineffectual and this kind of concept that even in america our government could lie to us be up to nefarious doings that were unaware of yes. That was a novel idea. So and even that had not come out so the idea that a conspiracy with Tentacles reached into the government where they were actually doing things secretly and Extra-legally was just like mind blowing terrifying as opposed to something like that you fully expect. Now what are the other. I've never seen coming home. Which is a crime. I know i just. I've never been in the mood to sob uncontrollably. Which is what. I think is gonna happen if i watched that film. But that's the one. He went economy award for right. Yeah it's fantastic. It's jane fonda at her best and most beautiful and it's him at the peak of his powers it's bruce dern at his best and Her movie right yes. It's got an amazing amazing score. You know everything from tim. Buckley to rolling stones obscure songs. And it's beautiful. It's an war movie without any kind of action scenes in vietnam it's fantastic. it's definitely one of my top ten. Yeah i gotta watch it. I got to watch it. I i could go down. Avoid kind of seventy seventies voight rabbit hole easily. Because they're sending conrad is amazing where i've never seen that or yeah. That's he's a teacher on a kind of South carolina island to Sort of ice elated african american children who are illiterate any come be becomes the first teacher To really challenged them and teach them and respect them and then ultimately hume cronin who plays a sort of the school superintendent considers him too radical fires him but he's changed all their lives and it's got madge sinclair. You might know from being the queen in coming to america. All right But a famous distinguish actress and lots of other Little people here. It sounds sounds a little. It sounds a little white savory Well i think it's actually pat conroy's real experience or is it a pat conroy novel. Oh okay all right so like a great santini or principal or a good yarn good yarn. A yarn well told pat Yeah i mean he's word it so it's not like he comes in and makes them all right and news anchors stockbrokers movie stars. I mean. I'm here for the sort of like i guess early nineties. Kind of revitalization avoid particularly in heat which is of course as a white guy of fifty one years of age is one of my favorite films of all time. He's got such an amazing role small role in heat but very pivotal important role as the guy who's the sort of masterminded puts deniro together with the various scams that are going to to drive. The plot forward everything. He's great in anaconda. He's the only guy that sort of acknowledging. What the hell's going on in this moving right you so scenery-chewing everyone else's like trying to play it straight. But john john anaconda. Yeah he's not using the movie as any kind of ticket to another movie. Now he's using it as a ticket to his new hot tub that he's going to build it in the backyard does any of south american accent in that isn't he supposed to isn't he. He's always talking in an affectionate way about the anaconda like they're only babies babies my baby's he's night burgers baby we give them off the baby. Some of the sort babies.
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"To the end of that. I just wanted to tell you. I could get the for now. I'm coming right now. Jide seve's leaving tomorrow and they're great old phones too. I love baked those old bake lite phones. Amazing and giant. Just like you know you see slightly different in everything. Germany is you know nineteen sixty three. Hamburg telephone is than you think. That is the german culture. Like i've never been to germany. Am i getting an accurate. Representation is basically like chubby red cheeks. Beer-drinking singing men. If you go to the yard stephan siegfried. That's what it is. Munich has more sort of beer. Halls and beer-drinking berlin is very cosmopolitan hampton their cheeked people everywhere. Their efforts made by subsequent generations to atone to a greater extent than americans recognized shooter or all racism or Unlike the mir is interesting in analogy is. Is you know the nazism and desire in nineteen sixty three to forget about the war and turn prosperity is like institutional racism. I mean everybody's telling us god. Yeah but come on. Let's move on t- is true. Yeah you talked about the song That perry komo's on andrew. Lloyd webber Yeah he wrote it for the movie. So i think it's intentionally meant to juxtapose cheerful christmas and lying and die cry fi..
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"But realistic. It's great yeah now. Would you watch a movie like this. What's the ted jessop default. Watch preset do you like. Are you watching it and ready to be moved and transported or do you always have a little bit of an eye on what's funny and what's because it's not comedy so what i'm saying i'm watching it with your voice in my head when i watched the second time. I don't mean to imply that it's a movie that you should make fun of it. All it's it's a very powerful and really well done movie that is taught and has incredible locations like you mentioned and and really wonderful acting all the way through. But i'm curious when i watch it. I do also have an eye for that type of exposition dialogue where somebody's explaining something in just an obvious Piece of writing. Do you watch movies. Always kind of have that sense out. i mean after. I've seen a movie two times or something if i get done. I'm in a mode of what i'd call close watching or or your noting deep watching Where i'm looking at things outside the main activity in the frame I'm looking at extras. And i'm looking at And not for flaws because in every movie even a terrible one. I don't believe in watching unless you agree to go along for the ride to simply shit on a movie from beginning to end just isn't fun so i i make the by Each time but we'll usually watch a different part of the screen you know. And that's where you notice all the subtleties. You know the sort of disgusting greasy obese landlord in this you know takes a bribe in order to give a were dead. Jewish holocaust survivors spinal things to journalists. Possible it's any of these. Things that i can see is partially better. John who gave jon voight a hard time about that accident. That accident. Well done you know. I read it. I went one bit of preparation. I did is i went back and i read five or six movie reviews. Which were i just sort of mean says. The movie was mechanical. And sort of you know. I think the movies great ripping suspenseful totally realistic. An amazing cast and yet never stops moving and I thought his accent was totally subtle in great and same with mary towns. You know when he's saying you know what you could get a copy of that picture up the kennedy assassination. You could get for the photograph as a man. Smiling shuts with syndication rights. Maybe two million marks and his girlfriend is like what a strange thing to say at the time like this. You're sick person. What a thing to say at this moment and you realize he is kind of a parasite debt. That's the beginning. That's the starting line for his transformation and those things are going on the entire time. The odessa people are changing to. They're getting matter. Matter when more intent on killing. Peter miller but also like i like a in a way that the nazis are not portrayed as just these insane sort of one dimensional. Not nazis need more than one dimension treading on dangerous ground. Here but what i mean is i like that. They're portrayed as as real people and thus become even more you know the banality of evil thing. there are more sinister. Because of their seamless reintegration. Yeah german society. And they're older you know they're all eighteen years older so they just look like everyone's parents they looked sort of benign and they have kind of different kinds of bavarian. Mustaches beards and slicked back hair. I mean only a couple of them. That guy george marisha authors who plays the sort of. He's got daughters that are great german actresses but he plays the office of. He's the first red flag that peter miller is going to be a pain in their ass. He said an office of of wartime. Invest war-crimes. yeah great. And they don't do anything but he comes out when a woman is all about. What's this about. come into my office. Every brush what is dead. But he's the first person just looks like a kind of completely sinister evil person a lot of them like the guy who stops him in that hotels yes to says you know. I'm headed up to schmidt to save you some trouble. I hear you very in nasa's have have pizza. Yes i've if we could talk some aurea your perhaps we can talk here a cause. My name schmitz. Dr smith what do you want. Perhaps we can sit down pleasant hotel this little too solid from me. What is it that you want. You got a journalist. I'm told limitation for being very thorough very tenacious and doggett me. Say some trouble. That's a great scene for voight. He he gets very angry and he doesn't like being handled any he doesn't like he doesn't like the clumsiness of the fakery with which he's being with which they're trying to sell intelligence some friends of mine her. You're making an inquiry into events that happen to longtime mccall. You mean it would rush don't you. I i must certainly do at russian so with rush. Man is dat. I didn't know that course. There's no reason why you're smoking. But i thought i'd mentioned effective because i didn't want your in. Your term is something dr meant. When exactly did he die in may nineteen forty five five. The american advance. I'm sorry you'll have to try harder. Rodman was captured by the british and disseminate forty seven. Didn't your friends brief you properly. When they gave it his errand the up. This inquiry rush one was seen alive in hamburg this year. It was never confirmed. You'll just confirmed it. Could day dr schmidt yes you just conservatives but yeah then. He's kidnapped by the most odd soon after that brought to a beautiful kind of mountaintop cabin I there are a couple of things like the whole thing takes place in the space like two and a half weeks true. I think burning off his kind of Regimental tattoo would have been just something. They only thing he could think about for the rest of the movie. Actually still tender. I ask you to do a fake. Id my god. Can you look at this We'll we'll don't. They set up that he had it done while he was in the hospital. Don't they sort of address that.
"odessa" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew
"Everybody welcome to the infrequent the apologetically infrequent full cast and crew podcast. I'm your host jason silo joining me today again. On the pod is my good friend and colleague. Ted jessup who. You may remember from our excellent if i do say so myself. Deep dive into rosemary's baby which was a movie perfect for ted. And we're doing a movie today. That is also perfect for ted. I say perfect. For ted. Because ted is one of those guys who just simply knows. Everything knows arcane pockets of information knows a tremendous amount of history knows a tremendous amount of entertainment showbiz film and television history in short. He's a comedy writer. Ted has been a writer for family guy for comedy central for late. Show with craig kilborn. We work together on world's dumbest and several other things for my production company meeting house. Productions and ted is just as you can hear from my previous interview with him. He's just a great guy to talk entertainment with and we talked about the jon. Voight vehicle the odessa file. Which is a excellent panavision film from the nineteen seventies which explores post nazi germany and typical of its time a couple of living nazis who are collaborating to once again emerge as a global power. Jon voight plays the sort of world-weary moral free reporter coasting through life covering suicides and car crashes who stumbles into a now conspiracy and it's it's just one of those great seventy s films that is always on and always around. You can catch on amazon prime. If you're interested before after listening to this podcast so i'm joined by my friend. Ted and i look forward to presenting the odessa file. I want to talk about. This era of this movie is amazing. Because you know it's such a cliche for two old guys to be like. Oh they don't make movies like this anymore but they really don't and at the time this movie came out. I guess we're still in this vogue at the time of world war two. Were like what you know. Twenty five thirty years after world. War two conclude. So that's kinda still fresh in the memory of filmmakers and writers and we're still sort of processing what it all meant. I guess so. You have these types of stories that are just doing war movies. But they're doing sort of aftermath war movies. We're into the cover up now. We're into the the master plan of nazism that's still lingers on long so it's speeding into a couple of sort of threads that are happening in the culture and one is the idea of the conspiracy theory that people are fascinated and everybody always loves nazis. But the idea that they're part of a sort of covid ball of secret You know they're still industrialists in hiding each other. And then they up the ante even further by making them still up to miss mischief like they're trying to send vanek plague into israel intends license. It's not enough to just catch them because they were terrible but they have to be up to something Even worse than before. But yeah and then it's also investigative journalism this time of watergate. So you watch. Peter miller john boyd's character go from somebody who sort of You know kind of goosey feckless You know i'm a freelance. I like to be free. i don't care. I don't want to be pinned down in these marriages stripper. And he gets a conscience you know. He reads this diary and becomes moved and suddenly is a guy with mission. Like you never has been before you know. And it increases as opposed. You know i at his paper than by the cop friend who gave him the diary and then he comes up against you know the sort of Phalanx of different kind of odessa obstacle said even his editor. You know you pointed out that sorta super modernist offices in You know when he says nobody cares. Everybody wants to forget. His mother says the same thing you know. People don't know what it was like after months to forget and at one point is editor. Just says it's a sick And he can't believe the apathy of everybody And his mother of course. Maria schell the great european actress. Who's maximilian. shell rothmans sister. yeah And they escaped From vienna thirty eight to get out there from a sort of entertainment dynasty and he was of course. The great rush is by maximilian. Shell who was in judgment at nuremberg can. Hundreds of things was ridiculously handsome. They give him a gray sorts mad disgusting sort of weinstein ian like bald patch. But he's actually very dash guy and it's a movie that doesn't pull any punches kinda shocked for movie. It's time like the concentration camp scenes in black and white which really now you think of spielberg's holocaust movie. That's what they really look exactly like. They totally prefigure that. Figure that and i think that's the first time that was done so realistically you know a couple of years before you have anachronistic world war. Two movies like great escape and stuff. Where steve mcqueen's wearing a sweatshirt and jeans and looks like a sixties guy yeah And you know kelly's heroes were. Donald sutherland has long hair. And it's all about nine getting the gold from the man. It's not even like so. This is hyper realistic You know ronald neem. Who's you know. Did prime of miss jean brodie and and poseidon adventure just a great action and then great drama director from a huge sort of dynastic families grandson gareth named as downton abbey you know and his his father mother were societies congressperson silent actors and stop so he was steeped in this stuff from the forties and thirties. And he'd accurately makes you know black and white stills from liberation stuff and those little snapshots are great. They're totally realistic. All and i'm sure spielberg Look at them before he sort of did it better. I thought named an amazing job directing this movie. I thought the cinematography was just mind blowing a really loved. I texted you before. I was like panavision. That's the kind of rabbit hole. I can go down. Like i recently went down a rabbit hole of japanese wide-screen nura crime films and there's something about this panavision look in these lenses in just the set decoration that got such an amazing format. I guess the hateful eight was the most recent film. That's still shot in that format awry. But i love the colors. The colors are amazing using information. That's in cam green. Yeah the with. Brad send you know does something to the contours. That's very.
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"I'm gonna borrow from you. A book called Friday Night Lights, but Town, a team and a dream written in 1990 by H. G. Bissinger. He followed the 1988 Odessa Permian High School Panthers football team. In Texas. High school football. His religion, man. It is important. He followed the team on this amazing year, and the movie was made into the books are. The book was made into a movie by Peterburg, his cousin. I got to spend some time at markets the trails, dining room table. Polishing off a bottle of Pappy Van Winkle that I brought. That was over 20 years old, my rarest bottle. It's a special occasion. Going through that movie, and Billy Bob Thornton played The coach in there, and they're at halftime and they're losing and and they're up against a team. It's just monstrously good. And the coach comes in. And instead of giving this big motivational speech he basically talks about Being true to yourself. And that is my message to you. If you haven't voted go vote now. We've worked so hard to get to this point. This is our country. And I want to ask you between now and when the polls close on Tuesday to be perfect, here's what that means. It's real simple. You got two more quarters, and that's it. Most of you have been playing this game for 10 years. You got two more quarters, And after that most of you will never play this game again. Slowly. She lived. The old number for a while. For a long time. Now you've been hearing me talk about being perfect. No one should understand something. To me. Being perfect. It's not about that scoreboard out there. Not about winning. It's about you. In your relationship to yourself and your family and your friends. Being perfect. Is about being able to look your friends in the eye. No. That you didn't let them down. Because you told him the truth. And that truth is, is that you did everything that you could. There wasn't one more thing that you could have done. Can you live in that moment? Best you can with clear eyes. Love in your heart. With joy in your heart. If you could do that gentleman And.
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"The W B A P. 24 7 news Death classic Chevrolet dot com W B AP First Traffic and weather on the ones still heavy on the highway 80 westbound approaching belt line, but that earlier problem did finally clear out the Bush turnpike. Westbound of Jupiter couple right lanes taken away that's still pretty heavy behind it. Also got one. I 20 westbound at 3 60 taking away the right lane. It's slow beyond the Bush Turnpike, one on South anti Super 20th. Berry has only the right lane getting through things air heavy. They're back to Meadow Brook and 1 21 on the eastbound side of Beat Street Looks like crash remains With W B. AP First Traffic on the one side Monte Cook, There's no turning back classic Chevrolet in Grapevine is in the final stretch to finish first in the nation. No payments until March. 2021 more Silverado Anyone see Dolan classic trivoli dot com Find Rhodes is interesting. I'm meteorologist Brad Barton and the VP Weather Center. There are two big bands of rain across the area. Right now. One is east of Dallas. That came through earlier this morning in our upper level storm system, which is now around Midland Odessa is producing a lot of snow in the Panhandle in ice in northwestern Oklahoma and rain here, so the first line of showers and storms is pretty much now in the east, northeast Texas. The second line is now moving into our area. We have some fairly heavy rain up along highway 1 14 through grapevine on into Lose Bellflower Mountain and current in those areas, and there's Mork coming up from the South. Pretty much the rest of the day with a high of 46 like Northwest winds Low tonight, 42. The rain should be gone tonight. Then Thursday, we're 52 tomorrow Friday, 62. And.
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"So is this pandemic continues to spread? The Austin Independent School District has shut down all athletic summer camps. That's the word as of yesterday afternoon, and the Texas Bar a nightclub alliance is now suing Governor Greg Abbott in response to his new renewed restrictions of bars and restaurants. Yeah, the Texas bar owners. They're suing the governor in in federal court, State and federal court. They want to reverse his order that they that they must close. Yeah. Governor Abbott. He was on Ko s a television in Odessa last night. And he was asked why bars are more of a problem in spreading the virus than restaurants and other businesses. Sure, couple of differences between the 21 restaurant, 50% capacity have shown they can set tables of fart part distance wise so that people will be able to travel in wearing a face mask to their table. Sit down at the table, not leave their table. Oh, and be with a group that they would otherwise be socializing with in ways that will prevent the spread from them to others. Bars is a setting, which is kind of the opposite of what can exist in a pandemic. It brings people together. Sometimes even strangers together on you typically would not wear a face mask in a bar. You're sipping on alcoholic beverage typically, and when you're sitting on the alcoholic beverage, you're you're losing some of your self discipline to make sure you're following the best practices And because of all these things coming together, the bar sitting has led To an increase in spread last thing I'll tell you about this, and there's we base our decisions upon data as well as data provided by doctors, and we got reports from across the entire state of Texas of a lot of people testing positive in the aftermath of having gone to a bar, and so we're working on being strategic and closing down on Lee those operations that are contributing to a spread of covert 19. I think your bar someone skip ahead to a question you're related to that We have a local bar owner who joined other owners yesterday in suing your administration because you shut them down. What's your take on that? Listen, I can understand their frustration. I could understand them being angry because this is their living. This is their livelihood on DSO because for some no fault of their own, they're being shut down. There are others who are being shut down because of fault of their own, So we need to To be clear about that. But we also need to be clear that we're not strategic about making sure that we slow the spread of the Corona virus in Texas. It will lead to a larger shut down of the economy across the entire board. We do not want that to have happen. So we do need everybody to do their part to make sure they use these best practices to slow the spread. There you go. That's Governor Greg Abbott on KO Essay out of Odessa just last night were saying The problem is, is that people that go into bars and they lean in tow? You know somebody's face ago. You know what? Yeah, you're my best friend in the world. You sure are pretty. I love you so much. I have a feeling that Governor Abbott hasn't been in a bar lately. Huma best free because there is a way to separate people. Like talked about this morning..
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"Was are sentenced to thirty years in jail we will know later tomorrow okay I would like a felony I will not keep you updated on that though you promise yeah because I probably won't remember to double check back quicker so you know just you pray for him we'll just pretend they're going through the book yeah I would like to take you to sex deep in the heart of Texas so you may have missed this back in may but apparently there was a big protest outside of Big Daddy Zanes what even is that it's a bar okay now I guess there was a protest that saw a bunch of armed protesters show up and I don't know what the protesters about I'm assuming it was like covert related or something but it was just like a bunch arm dudes that showed up protest people with guns not with arms well aren't you what's interesting is this one did have some really big arms soon like some huge arms I need to understand what that protest is about though because I just assumed it was covert related but I don't know but it doesn't matter okay anyway here's the thing the guy that let the protests com has since been arrested for the drug ring so like if you're gonna protest no may be Jones running an illegal steroid ring all my gosh he apparently was sending steroids through the mail which led police back to him and so I'm also do you realize what's hilarious about that was it the guy with the big arm yeah yeah what I'm saying like the big right to like in in his dealings steroids yeah I mean it's so obvious no ideas so like if you're gonna put yourself out there to protest to maybe make sure that like when you get arrested for protesting or they start to investigate you maybe don't have a secret drug ring on the downs I do have the reason for that protest the protest so apparently this is a bar big day these things in west Odessa Texas those armed protesters were there to support the bar owner who re opens the bar despite the governor's orders to remain close I as the state of course continues to combat the corona virus pandemic so my Daddy was there to support Big Daddy Zanes when I left Texas I missed some family members some barbecue and some Mexican food and that's about it there's a lot I don't mess about Texas and this story gets to just the heart of that couple of those things aw when we come back on the culling them Bradley show it's time to play a little game that game is called the throwback live we're going to do that after this on my talk on a seven one wicked.