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9 Minutes and 29 Seconds: The Derek Chauvin Trial

Court Junkie

02:13 min | just now

9 Minutes and 29 Seconds: The Derek Chauvin Trial

"Thirty pm on may twenty fifth two thousand twani at the intersection of east thirty eighth street and chicago avenue in minneapolis. Minnesota was the aftermath of something. Horrific that had just occurred there. Donald williams was calling nine one one of the emergency designing killing In front of chicago He is pretty noisy. Guy wasn't the rest. Yeah neck the whole time. I'll do ninety man win. Went by breathing was arrested. Nothing you've already made green light these stupid. If not responsible when the ambulance you're area cattle. Donald was talking fast. He would later say he called nine one one because he didn't know what else to do about what he had just witnessed. He told the dispatcher that he saw a police officer quote pretty much. Just kill this guy. Who wasn't resisting arrest. He had his knee and this dude's neck the whole time. He said officer nine eighty-seven referring to the officer's badge number he had seen. He said the man hadn't been resisting that he was already in handcuffs when the officer knelt on him pinning him down on the ground then. The man stopped breathing and was non responsive when the ambulance came he said. Would you like to speak with us sergeant. That would go. What a wasn't the rest for. Let me get you over to the best thing for thing. Don't be his own off. Duty firefighter day. Your washing it. As well jacob go the one person he told the dispatcher he had been standing there watching with a woman who was an off duty firefighter. That woman told the officer to check the man for a pulse. He said but the officer refused

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How Spanish Composers Influrnced Latin America

Classics for Kids

02:03 min | just now

How Spanish Composers Influrnced Latin America

"After christopher columbus made his first trip across the atlantic ocean spain and other european countries began to colonize the americas. Spanish music had a big influence on latin american music. And so did the music of the enslaved people who were brought over from africa one of the first places columbus landed in fourteen. Ninety two was cuba. Nineteenth century violinist. Jose white lafitte had a spanish father and an afro-cuban mother whites composition that they yaqoob ana the beautiful. Cuban uses dance rhythms from haiti and the dominican republic on the island of hispaniola twentieth century. Cuban composer and missile. The owner was a pianist. That's lik wound up performing his most famous piece. My leg ania which is a spanish dance. Kunas family was full of musicians including his great nephew. Leo brouwer leo. Brouwer was guitarist until he hurt his right hand even after he had to stop playing. He kept on composing in fourteen. Ninety three columbus landed on the island. We call puerto rico spanish for rich port. The taino people who originally lived there called it. Land of the great lords in their language voted ken. Which is the title of this piece by. Puerto rican composer. Roberto ever

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Melvin Van Peebles, godfather of Black cinema, dies at 89

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 57 min ago

Melvin Van Peebles, godfather of Black cinema, dies at 89

"A pioneering filmmaker who helped launch the blaxploitation Aaron movies is died some call Melvin van Peebles the godfather of modern black cinema and not just because he ushered in movies like shaft and Superfly his son Merrill says his dad knew that black images matter if a single black image is worth a thousand words how much more what a whole movie about blacks be worth novem people's answer that question when he released sweet Sweetback's badass song which he wrote produced directed starred in and scored in this two thousand and four interview he said that it did not only inspire black filmmakers you have women directing films in the one even begin to think about you have Latinos you have Asian you have blacks you have disenfranchised across the board being able to do things that made possible made on a budget of about a half billion dollars sweet sweet back or in fourteen million at the box office despite being an X. rated having limited distribution and few positive reviews by critics I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Suits against Ohio State over sex abuse by doc are dismissed

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 4 hrs ago

Suits against Ohio State over sex abuse by doc are dismissed

"I might cross your reporting lawsuits against Ohio State University over sex abuse by a doctor are dismissed a federal judge has dismissed some of the remaining lawsuits filed against Ohio state university over its failure to stop decades of sexual abuse by now deceased team doctor Richard Strauss U. S. district judge Michael Watson said while it's undisputable Strauss abused hundreds of young men he agreed with Ohio state's argument that the legal window for claims had passed roughly four hundred men and one woman had sued the university since twenty eighteen over its failure to stop Strauss despite concerns they say were raised with school officials as early as the nineteen seventies the university previously reached nearly forty seven million dollars in settlements with one hundred eighty five survivors and a spokesman said by email Wednesday more than two hundred thirty survivors have now reached settlements hi Mike Rossio

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Why the Democrats Own the Debt Ceiling

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:24 min | 11 hrs ago

Why the Democrats Own the Debt Ceiling

"Want to review for the audience because the media is getting this wrong why. Republicans will vote to raise the debt ceiling. So i have to go back to the budget bill. Am i correct that the massive budget bill put together by bernie sanders past with just fifty one votes every democrat not one. Republican voted for it. You're exactly right and what you have to go back even because the beginning of kovin and look how we approach this to me. Even though i kept saying the spending is too much there was bipartisanship under president trump and under leader mcconnell but what you have with biden in the white house and pelosi and shuler in charge. It's they're doing everything on a party. Line vote they are the party of party line votes. So they're narrow saying republicans have to pay help us pay for all of this out of control spending their seven trillion dollars that we'd been spending. Oh you have to help us. Raise the debt limit. And you know this is the mess that they've created in No we don't what we need is some fiscal

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Biden doubles US global donation of COVID-19 vaccine shots

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 11 hrs ago

Biden doubles US global donation of COVID-19 vaccine shots

"President Biden says the US is boosting its donation of covert nineteen vaccine doses to the world and a virtual summit the president called the pandemic a global tragedy that will not be solved through half measures we need to go big he says the U. S. he's a doubling its bio Pfizer vaccine doses to one billion for sharing with the world other well off nations should follow suit not selling donating not selling doses to low and lower income countries wealthy nations have been sharply criticized over the inequity of dose distribution even the stepped up U. S. commitment is just a fraction of what's needed to meet a goal of vaccinating seventy percent of the world's population by this time next year Sager mag ani Washington

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Mike Will Star as Daddy Warbucks in the South Carolina Children’s Theatre Production of 'Annie'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:39 min | 11 hrs ago

Mike Will Star as Daddy Warbucks in the South Carolina Children’s Theatre Production of 'Annie'

"I am very excited. That plans are coming together. Tickets are on sale for anne and south carolina the south carolina children's theatre and yours truly will once again be playing. Oliver warbucks the billionaire. Who adopts little orphan. annie. They're gonna christian this beautiful new theater. That was ready to go but was of course delayed because of the pandemic. We were supposed to do this last year. But now the production of annie is going to be presented in all of its glory. Listen a lot of challenges. But we're going to do it. And we're going to do it safely and effectively and powerfully. And we're going to have a great production in a brand new theatre on gusta in greenville south carolina and is gonna take place between thanksgiving and christmas. Which is the perfect. Time to mount a production of annie. One of america's most beloved musicals. I make a pretty good daddy warbucks. And i'm going to get my head shave so you're gonna see me bald as a cue ball pretty soon and i'm going to give you a heads up if you're in the upstate. I'm already been trying to snag. Some tickets for friends and family and tickets are going pretty quick so s. c. children's theatre dot org is the site for the tickets to get It's it's only a couple of hundred seats in the theaters brand new theatre beautiful intimate theatre state of the art. And i can't wait. This is going to be a great celebration between thanksgiving and christmas in the upstate. south carolina. If you listen to his on ninety four five the answer let me give you a quick heads up. You wanna snag tickets quickly. Probably good espec- children's theatre dot org. Se children's theatre dot

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The Biden-Harris Administration Is the Root Cause of the Immigration Crisis

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:01 min | 11 hrs ago

The Biden-Harris Administration Is the Root Cause of the Immigration Crisis

"The vice president of the united states. The borders are. She's the one that biden tasked with fixing the border while she's doing a heck of a job isn't she vicious what she's upset about what. I saw depicted about those individuals on horseback treating human beings the way they were four and i fully support what is happening right now. Which is a thorough investigation. Into exactly what is going on there but human beings should never be treated that way. And i'm deeply troubled about it. The whole point is that we have to understand eighty. I mean talk about a country that has just experienced so much tragedy that has been about natural disasters and we really have to do a lot more to recognize that as a member of the western hemisphere. We've got a support. Some very basic needs that. The people haiti have to get back. This is like right out of a comic book or a movie or or a novel about an inept comical agreed ously corrupt administration. You're gonna be. You're going to investigate the border patrol agent on the horse. Why don't you are you. What are you still looking for. The root cause of the problem carmela. Are you still looking for that. She's a little bit like oj. Simpson looking for nicole's killer on the golf courses of las vegas. He's still on that search. You know for the real killer of nicole. And ron goldman. Well that's common. She's still searching for the root causes of this immigration crisis. Emam you to look at the root cause look in the mirror. The biden harris administration is the root cause of this

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The United States Is Turning Into a Third World Nation

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:48 min | 11 hrs ago

The United States Is Turning Into a Third World Nation

"It's hard not to weep for our country right now. Isn't it when you see. These images of thousands of thousands of people camped out under makeshift sticks and branches and trees. It does look like a third world nation to del. Rio texas state of texas in the united states of america. This is not a. We're not a third world nation but my lord were being turned into and the assertion that this is intentional. On the part of this biden harris administration is very hard to dispute. They don't wanna do anything about it. They want to complain about border patrol agents on horseback with rains trying to pretend making this effort to to make you think that border patrol agents are slave masters whipping the poor haitian people who are just here looking for a better life. There's reinvestigation about the the border patrol agent on horseback as if the border patrol agents aren't already bone-weary overwhelmed threatened and in an impossible job. How'd you like to be married to a border patrol agent today. How'd you like to have a dad. A mom a loved one work in that profession with the vice president of the united states. The borders are. She's the one that biden tasked with fixing the border while she's doing a heck of a job isn't she

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Andy Erwin, Half of the Film-Making Erwin Brothers, Talks About 'The Jesus Music Movie'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:33 min | 12 hrs ago

Andy Erwin, Half of the Film-Making Erwin Brothers, Talks About 'The Jesus Music Movie'

"Are you looking for a good movie D like jesus music. I've got an idea. Why doesn't somebody. I don't know who make a film about jesus music. They could call it. You don't even need a title. You could just call it the jesus music movie Why i've been thinking that and then it turns out a couple of guys. I think that they're brothers. I think that they're the erwin brothers. Have made just such a film for such a time as this. I think andy or when might be my guest right now. Andy is that you good to be with you. Buddy all your is. We're on the same plane as usual. I think so. I think so i. I love music in general but the jesus music the stuff that we call you know. Ccm whatever what made you decide to make a film about the music. You i mean we. We love the music that has really shaped career You know. Of course with john. And i started out as music video. Directors and michael w smith was an artist that took a chance on us as kids and really kind of gave us are starting the industry and that led to us telling the story of i can only imagine the beloved song And the story behind that and that was our breakout hit and so for us. We have a deep affinity for this music but when covert hit it kind of shut everything down and we read a place in time where we said what what stories can we tell. Now that we couldn't tell any other time in history and somebody on our creative team said nobody's looked at the origin of of christian debris music and for the first time in history all these artists off the road at the exact same moment and so we reached out to amy grant and michael smith said it is interesting listed knowledge and interesting but we want to produce it you guys and not many people knew at the time but amy was about a month out from having open heart surgery and she was a really reflective time so we set up the cameras actually outside her house in filled through the window of her house with a two way intercom to get her interview and she gave one of the most raw vulnerable interviews. I had heard an artist give and it just spread like wildfire. Next thing you know we have a hundred different artists about three hundred hours of interviews to go through and it kind of morphed into this beautiful all encompassing

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Author Craig Stanfill Tells a Compelling Tale in His First Novel 'Terms of Service'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:32 min | 12 hrs ago

Author Craig Stanfill Tells a Compelling Tale in His First Novel 'Terms of Service'

"Hey folks As you know this is the eric metaxas show and as you also know whenever you read one of those websites that always says terms of service. Have you seen that. And i just thought to myself. It's so annoying because it could mean anything. Nobody reads it. And i thought what a great title that would be for a book. But i don't have time to write a whole book. So i thought maybe somebody else would and they did. His name is craig stand fill and the title of the book is terms of service. Craig welcome the program. Thank you eric. Okay this is a great title terms of service. Ominous is this a dystopia novel. It is an extremely dystopia. Novel portrays a future that we might be creating where you've got these huge big tech companies that run everything in your life and of course they're watching everything you do. Add the the final turn of the screw is they've got these a is that are constantly watching over your shoulders and monitoring everything you do and that lets them exert an incredible level of control over your life. Okay this i gotta tell you you've got your phd in artificial intelligence in one thousand nine hundred eighty three before. I think there was artificial intelligence practically so you are at least an expert on this subject. Most of us of course no nothing about artificial intelligence. So why does it seem so scary to you and obviously you put it in the novel terms of service which i hope people get a copy of but what do you see that the rest of us wouldn't have a clue about well first of all there's nothing intrinsically evil about it's sort of at some level just another technology it can be used for good or ill but when you develop a new technology with as wide ranging implications ai. You really need to think about. What are the risks associated with that technology. And what could happen now. The important thing to understand about. Ai is in the context of social media and so forth is that it is a force multiplier as they say as an example facebook has only fifteen thousand content moderators. And they've got something like two billion people use their platform on a monthly basis and do the risk to take can't watch everybody they can all. They can watch almost nobody. So what they do. In order to enforce their rains upon you is they let their is most of the work.

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Officials: Many migrants from border camp staying in US

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 12 hrs ago

Officials: Many migrants from border camp staying in US

"The AP has learned that many Haitian migrants camped in a small Texas border town are being released in the U. S. the White House is taking heat from both sides of the political aisle about how it's handling this thousands of Haitian migrants are living in a makeshift camp in del Rio Texas the Biden administration has said they cannot stay and will be sent back to Haiti immediately flights carrying migrants back home started Sunday but now two U. S. officials tell the AP that many Haitian migrants thousands said one official are being released in the U. S. many of been told to appear in immigration office within sixty days not clear yet how the US is deciding who stays and who goes but two US officials tell the AP single adults are most likely to be flown back to Haiti I'm read a folly

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UN health agency sets higher, tougher bar for air quality

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 13 hrs ago

UN health agency sets higher, tougher bar for air quality

"The World Health Organization says the negative health impacts of poor air quality kick in at lower levels than it previously thought and is setting a higher bar for policy makers and the public the U. N. health agency released its revised air quality guidelines today since the last update of the W. H. O. recommendations fifteen years ago better monitoring and sciences cleared up the global picture about the impact of six major air pollutants on human health according to the agency ninety percent of the world's people already live in areas with at least one particularly harmful type of pollutant exposure to air pollution is estimated to cost seven million premature deaths and affect the health of millions more people each year and air pollution is now recognized as the single biggest environmental threat to human health according to the agency's European program manager I'm Julie Walker

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Coming Clean on COVID Vaccine Side Effects

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:35 min | 13 hrs ago

Coming Clean on COVID Vaccine Side Effects

"Talked to many people. I'm just being blunt here. Folks who have had horrible results from taking the vaccine now clearly. It's not everybody but let's say it's five percent or one percent that have something really horrible happened. You're not allowed to talk about. What can i tell you something. I'm talking about it now eight. Because i'm not going to play that game but the point is that i have heard people say yes. Oh my mother-in-law took the shot and she's never been the same since we had a neighbor in connecticut or was this weekend said after i got the second shot. I've never been the same. I have trouble breathing. I've ever wish she supposed to go for redress. Nobody wants to hear that story. Now that's a mild case. You hear about women. Having late term miscarriages. You hear about testicular inflation. That's an economic issue. You hear about all kinds of weird stuff because the spike protein is supposed to do this and do that. What if it goes to this part of the body. What if you hear all this stuff and what's insane as you're you're not supposed to talk about it and i'm thinking are you kidding folks. If you're not talking about this if you're not posting about on social media. I know people losing their jobs like tremendously qualified. Extraordinary human beings losing their jobs because they think taking the vaccine would be a medical mistake. They don't wanna take it and we have to take it otherwise. You're going to lose your job. That's where we are in america. So if you aren't speaking out wherever you are in doing your job To speak out folks. You've become part of the

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What's Happening at the US Border Is an Insane Crisis

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:08 min | 13 hrs ago

What's Happening at the US Border Is an Insane Crisis

"What is happening at our border is an insane crisis anybody with a modicum of common sense knows that you do not let people into the country unless you know who they are this is so basic. Anybody who doesn't get this is really foolish. And you can't even listen to them because this is really basic. You don't let people into the country unless you know they are whether they should be let into the country. There are people all around the world to come to this country. We can't simply let people in. We have a process that has been thrown in the garbage. We have total chaos. If our borders are not safe. We are not safe. And what do we need a tragedy. Do we need another nine eleven to happen before people say. Oh yeah you know you were right. We should've kept her eyes on that ball. What's going on. Ghanistan is a scandal. Yeah and we're is the pushback from the republicans. You got like a handful. Republicans pushing back. They should all be pushing back. I mean we. Have you know you mentioned democrat on one hand you could mention. You've got ted cruz. You've got josh. You've just got a handful of folks out there Devon nunez who are

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The Latest: UK to give 1M doses to South Korea in shot swap

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 14 hrs ago

The Latest: UK to give 1M doses to South Korea in shot swap

"The World Health Organization says the number of new covert nineteen cases continue to fold lost week with three point six million new cases reported globally down from four million new infections the previous week last week's drop marked the first substantial decline for more than two months with falling covert nineteen cases in every world region in its latest update on the pandemic released WHO's said there were major decreases in cases in two regions a twenty two percent full in the Middle East and a sixteen percent drop in south East Asia the U. N. health agency said there were just under sixty thousand deaths in the past week a seven percent decline I'm sorry I shockingly

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Biden to double US global donation of COVID-19 vaccine shots

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 14 hrs ago

Biden to double US global donation of COVID-19 vaccine shots

"President Biden says the US is stepping up in the global fight against covert nineteen and he's urging other nations to do more the president says the U. S. has already shared more vaccine doses than all other nations combined dose of hope directing the American people at a virtual summit today he'll announce the U. S. is doubling the Fizer doses it's buying to share with the world two one billion doses still that's only a fraction of what's needed to meet the president's goal of vaccinating seventy percent of the world's population by the next year when meeting in a year the White House says the president will issue specific challenges to other well off nations amid wide disparities in getting the shots to lower income countries Sager mag ani Washington

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Attackers strike Taliban in eastern Afghanistan, 5 killed

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 15 hrs ago

Attackers strike Taliban in eastern Afghanistan, 5 killed

"Witnesses say attackers have struck Taliban vehicles in eastern Afghanistan killing at least two fighters and three civilians in the latest violence since the group's takeover of the country in mid August witnesses say in one attack gunmen opened fire on the Taliban vehicle at the local gas station in the provincial capital of Jalalabad and the gas station attendant they added a child was also killed another child was killed and two Taliban were wounded in a separate attack a bombing of another vehicle another bumping off a ton of a vehicle in Jalalabad also wounded a person at nearby although it was unclear if that person was a Taliban official or not I'm sorry a shockingly

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"one bar" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

07:13 min | 2 weeks ago

"one bar" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Texas governor greg abbott officially signed into law texas republicans long-sought bill to dramatically restrict voting rights in that state. He signed it only today but welcome to the world. little jakonen voting rights restrictions. That law already faces five legal challenges. Two of them were filed last week before the law went into effect. Another three were filed today immediately upon governor abbot signing the bill into law. One of those lawsuits was from veteran. Democratic voting rights. Lawyer marc elias. Who is a busy man right now. He is currently at least six. Other republican controlled states during this current wave of republican restrictions on voting laws. Marc elias lawsuits typically. Cut straight to the point. This latest federal suit filed in the western district texas on behalf of multiple texas. Nonprofits is no exception. It says in part quote the legislature enacted espy one not to preserve election integrity or combat election fraud after all the states own election officials have acknowledged that elections in texas are already secure rather they enacted this law to quote stem the growing tide of minority voter participation by what benign the false repeatedly debunked accusations of widespread widespread voter fraud advanced by supporters of former president. Donald trump during the two thousand presidential election. It is no coincidence that sp one past just months. After texas republican party leaders including the state's governor attorney general and members of its congressional delegation tried and failed to overturn the presidential election results and disenfranchise millions of voters in other states. Joining us now is marc elias. Democratic voting rights attorneys founder of democracy. Duck it mr elias. Thanks for being here. I know you are busy as always. Thanks for having me so each time. One of these laws has passed and each time. You have recently filed a lawsuit to try to stop it. I have asked you if you think there is a remedy for these laws in the courts. And you've been pretty clear here. Repeatedly in the past that the best remedy would be for congress to pass a new law. Something like the for the people act to bolster voting rights in federal statute in a way. That states can't deviate from. Does texas passing this. This law change that calculation at all or are we still in the same place. We were if anything. It just illustrates the problem. Which is that as you point out. This is now the seventh state since the big lie and the violent attempted coup in jail on january this is the seven states that have passed an omnibus law to make voting harder and yes we can keep going to court in state after state after state and we are at because we believe these laws violate the constitution and the voting rights. Act but boy who would sure be better. If congress would pass for the people at the john lewis voting rights advancement act and put in place a structure that would simply shutdown these terrible suppression efforts in terms of texas in the news right now. Obviously the texas abortion ban being allowed to go into effect last week by the supreme court continues to be a huge news story in the country. Texas governor making news on that today with bizarre comments about how his plan for rape victims being forced to bear their rapist child's under the new law is something he'll take care of because he's going to eliminate rape in texas. It's texas is sort of position in the vanguard on on social issues and divisive issues is something that feels both sort of perfectly illustrated by this voting law And also like this voting laws. Just one thing among many have to ask you. If there's anything specific about this texas law that makes it either. Easier or harder to challenge in court. We've all been following the abortion laws Journey through the supreme court and back in the way that texas republicans were able to basically scheme that one in such a way that it could avoid federal vote. federal federal scrutiny. In the courts. Yes so i think there are a couple of things about this law that make it particularly vulnerable. The first is texas. Can't claim some other states do that. It has expansive voting rights. It's one of the hardest states are ready to register to vote and to vote so so we're starting off of a baseline which is pretty restrictive to begin with number two. You have the state officials in texas thing that there was no evidence of fraud in their state. So there's no reason for the law in the third which is really one of the pieces of this law that makes it so dangerous and so different is the allowance and the incitement almost for For a partisan poll-watchers to go to the polls and have free range in the watching a up-close how voters vote and anytime election officials tried to rein them in the face the themselves of of a criminal prosecution so there. Those are some of the reasons. Why this texas law is uniquely bad not to mention that targets harris county That and i think those things will play prominently in the court lawsuits in terms of the poll-watchers issue. That you just mentioned. I feel like observing fights over voting rights and election disputes. Over the years. I feel like this issue of having partisan poll-watchers at polling sites has led in the past two charges credible shot credible charges. That voters are intimidated by partisan poll-watchers As their constituted now the texas law signed today would empower them to have access to more parts of the voting process that they don't already have access to it would and it would also restrict the ability of the election officials to sort of control the space. Right we count on the fact that that on election day we wanna bubble around the voting locations themselves. Which is why stay type bands for example on electioneering mirrors the polls. And we want to make sure that the election officials working the polls have the ability to keep tempers. I in bay and keep the voting lines moving and what texas has done here is put Put in place a regime that that removes the ability of the election officials to do that and really invites bad behavior on the part of partisan election officials and we know from history when that's done it is inevitably republicans who are targeting black and brown of voters. So i expect we'll see that in texas and we're going to be prepared to challenge that in court mark loss question for you if this case or some combination of this case and other cases ends up getting to the united states supreme court. We've seen these these waves of voter restriction laws pass and republican controlled states. All over the country. Do you expect that. The supreme court would be as hostile to voting rights as they have shown themselves to be to abortion rights and as a lot of people fear they must be given the way. They've got it. The voting rights act in successive opinions for.

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"one bar" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

08:41 min | 2 weeks ago

"one bar" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Grenfell's then the next building you would encounter across the alley. The courtyard thing there. was a church. The holy cross armenian catholic church. That church has since moved out to the suburbs. I think the location where the church used to be. Now maybe a pete's coffee. It's kind of hard to tell. I don't know all changed a lot over the decades but back when grenfell's dan was applying for a liquor license so they could open their bar in the seventies. There back door was across the alley from the back door of a church and that was really really important because a massachusetts state law at the time gave churches the right and the opportunity to veto any liquor license application for any business that was near to them and even today fifty years after they were founded after their celebrate. As they're celebrating their fiftieth anniversary of being in business with the you know the the the collapsible doggy bowl all the rest of it. Even today grenfell's. Dan has a footnote properly citing the resulting supreme court case on their website is the same where you can buy the shot glasses and the onesies and all the rest. They've got a link to the proper citation for that supreme court case on their website even to this day because they're very proud of that case because they won that case massachusetts law said the state the government of course had the power to give or withhold a licensed to serve liquor which you'd need to operate a bar but massachusetts then delegated effectively that power to a private entity to churches the holy cross armenian catholic church used that power to say that grendel. Dan could not have liquor license. Grendel then sued. They've got a really good soon to be really famous lawyer on their side to argue that case all the way up all the way through the court system all the way to the supreme court of the united states and in nineteen eighty two in fact in an eight to one decision authored. By the chief justice the united states supreme court sided with the bar they sided with grendel then nothing against the church of course but the supreme court ruled that massachusetts had crossed into unconstitutional territory when it quote delegated to private non governmental entities a power ordinarily vested in agencies government. The court said by doing that. The law substituted the church's own views. Whatever they may be in regardless of what they're based on the state substituted the church's own motivations to act quote for the reason decision making of a public legislative body acting on evidence and guided by standards on issues with significant economic and political implications in other words. Nobody's got a right to have a liquor license. What was it issue here. What was it issue here. Is that the government. The state can't let some random entity at church school some other private entity make that decision. It's a governmental decision. You cannot delegate it to a private entity to make that determination for its own purposes that is standing supreme court precedent from nineteen eighty to eight to one decision today. The very accomplished very famous. Harvard law professor. Who took that grendel then case back in the day who took it all the way to the united states supreme court and one today that professor laurence tribe has sort of set off a flare warning that the texas abortion ban which the us supreme court let pass into law last week. He says that's basically the grenfell's den case all over again quote as with the massachusetts liquor law the texas abortion law delegates quintessentially government hours to private parties. Except this time. It's not the state delegating authority to a church to decide who gets a liquor license. This time it's a state delegating authority to as he puts it quote literally anyone on earth with an objection to abortion giving that individual or organization that unilateral and unfettered power to inflict punishment on whoever assists a woman in terminating a pregnancy orange tribe says that supreme court precedent that he pursued and one thousand nine hundred eighty two the way he won that case for that bar in cambridge can be the undoing of the texas abortion ban as well now how exactly it has to go for that strategy to work who has to bring the lawsuit and when and against whom that itself is obviously very important to this as a strategy logically. It's also really interesting even to those of us who aren't lawyers gonna speak with lawrence tribe about that in just a moment since the texas abortion ban was allowed to go in go into law La- last week we've been keeping an eye on neighboring states around texas bring even even neighboring very red states like oklahoma for example we're clinics that still offer abortion services already. Say they are filling up with a flood of patients from texas. We've been watching activist. Groups and women's networks put plans into action to fund women and help women cross state lines out of texas. They can access abortion legally before those neighboring states start to ban it to more than half a dozen republican controlled states are already moving to copy texas law and thereby effectively ban abortion in other states as well but for right now at least texas is the only state that has effectively banned abortion and so women in texas who need an abortion have to leave the state somehow in order to get one. So we've been watching that sort of a delicate and somewhat panicked maneuvering by texas women and people who support them to try to get around the strictures of this new law. This new reality which there's a state in the country where it's illegal to get an abortion now in the midst of that today though watching all those developments was a bit of a bolt from the blue to get. Today's news from across texas is other state line from across texas border to the south because today the supreme court of mexico ruled that it is unconstitutional to ban abortion any longer in that country some states in mexico allow for legal abortion some do not but the supreme court ruling today in mexico struck down one states abortion ban and the ruling is expected to be binding on all states in the country in other words. Mexico just got its roe versus wade today just a few days. After the republican appointed majority. Our supreme court got rid of the protections of row in the united states of america. It's like we are two countries past each other at the threshold. One country leaving this century going backwards. The other one on its way in. Nobody is quite sure what the biden administration is going to do or what they can do. Especially as red states republican controlled states gear up to xerox texas bill and put their own bands place. President biden did pledge a whole of government approach to try to protect. Women's constitutional rights attorney. General merrick garland yesterday said. Doj is urgently reviewing its options. But nobody's quite sure exactly what they'll do. Professor laurence tribe Has some pointed advice there as well joining us. Now is professor laurence tribe who co wrote and op. Ed in the boston globe today about the supreme court's nineteen eighty-two decision in the grenfell's den case. He argued that and one. He argues today that it could offend taxes. New abortion law mr tribe. I should tell you it was professor emeritus of constitutional law at harvard. Law school professor tribe. It's really nice to see you. Thanks for making time to be here tonight review ritual. I am not a lawyer. And i have never been a law student and i'm sure i got some of that wrong. I feel humbled even asking you to do this. But could you tell me if i screwed up any of that meaningfully got it. Just bright brought back wonderful memories than you've got all of it right and the whole case arose because of this arbitrary power that was given to a private entity. It happened to be a church but the issue is the same. Whether it's a church or not there are all these cases in which the supreme court has said. You cannot give governmental power but were people's lives or liberty to private bodies that have no public accountability and the supreme court has said in nineteen twenty five in a unanimous decision by justice holmes that the attorney general of the united states even without a statute has authority to go to court.

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"one bar" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:42 min | 2 weeks ago

"one bar" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Biden was in new york and new jersey where the death toll is forty-five now from the remnants of hurricane ida hitting just those two states that extreme flash flooding that tore through the most populated part of the country last wednesday night president biden today meeting with local officials and local residents about the ongoing cleanup efforts there. President biden was in louisiana on friday. Where four hundred thousand. Americans are now in their second week without power amid extreme heat louisiana and extremely challenging conditions conditions that get more and more challenging with each day passing with with the power still not returned reviewing the damage today. President biden said quote. The evidence is clear. Climate change poses an existential threat to our lives story economy. The threat is here. It's not going to get any better. The storms are going to get worse and worse and worse. He said he said quote. We've got to listen to the scientists and economists and the national security experts. They all tell us. This is code red the nation and the world in peril. That is not hyperbole. That is a fact. President biden speaking today again on this trip to new york and new jersey. What what of course he's proposing to do on climate is what's in his build back better plan the big infrastructure bill. That democrats are trying to pass one thing just sort of have in mind over these next few days is that by the end of this week we may not know definitively but we should have a pretty good idea by the end of this week as to whether or not they're going to be able to pass this infrastructure bill as to whether or not president biden is going to be able to affect you. Wait most of his policy agenda for his first term in office.

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"one bar" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"one bar" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"In the coming days what response is appropriate after hearing from a dozen witnesses in seven house impeachment hearings ranking member Republican Devin newness frame the proceedings this way today's hearing March the merciful end of the spectacle in the impeachment committee formally known as the intelligence committee as David Holmes counselor for political affairs of the U. S. embassy in Ukraine testifies president trump followed up with this tweet moments ago the president responding via Twitter to David Holmes testimony about what he overheard on the phone call Gordon Sunderland had with Mr trump my hearing is and has been great never have I been watching a person making your call which was not on speaker phone and been able to hear or understand the conversation I've even tried but to no avail Fiona hill trump's former top Russia adviser is also set to testify this morning I'm John trout the Senate is set to vote today on a short term funding bill to avert a government shutdown at midnight tonight correspondent Scott Kerr has more from Washington there still isn't bipartisan agreement on the twelve regular annual appropriations bills needed to fund the government Senate Republican leaders worked late last night to address some objections on their side of the aisle the parts of a house passed short term funding bill extending funding through December twentieth the Senate holds a vote series later this morning that'll include a vote on final passage of the house measure which is expected to pass it'll then go to president Donald trump's desk for his expected signature Scott Kerr Washington more protesters holed up inside Hong Kong's polytechnic university have surrendered at least twenty three people were seen leaving the campus with some injured taken away by ambulance stocks are falling in early trading on Wall Street as traders continue to worry that the US and China won't agree on a trade deal this year I'm John trout the lawyer for the San Francisco Bay Area this is talk radio five sixty KSFO yours Kirstie Thursday with well good morning to you Brad Sussman infer brother Brian as he continues his medical leave we're so happy you're with us on this Thursday twenty first of November it is one week from thanksgiving just to let you know panic you just a little bit or maybe a very relaxed I don't know I'm panicking thank you very much because I'm going to do the meal that's what my menu together yes I'll get on that Brad slacker well we'll talk about that we'll talk about the the villains on Capitol Hill while they look like villains us that are testifying right now you've got Niles Frasier's brother and correlative fill those the two the two people can figure it out are testifying right now all right we can make fun of them but that's just you know we're watching this whole thing it's a sham it's a charade we'll talk about what happened yesterday house totally blown been blown out of the water and must talk with the debates last night no candidate courageous enough to wish Joe Biden the seventy seventh birthday or congratulate him on his new grandchild poor guy yeah we'll we'll talk about the new grandchild especially because this is kind of funny and talk about sherry last night she she braved it all in one C. and cultured Berkeley wow the story there also a couple stories ever been to one of these taverns bars that's got all the dollar bills stuck up on the ceiling one bar decided to take them all down because they thought it might be a fire hazard you will not believe how much money they collected okay and some and some of.

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"one bar" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"one bar" Discussed on KGO 810

"Idea or dream by trying to impose your belief personal belief system into it it makes no business sense to me well that you know is does it so with the way the whole cake thing played out across the country and and was it up in Portland I think hi for a summer of tomorrow yeah if you know we're talking about there was a you know that the gay couple wanted to this is what I think I think I do okay yeah and they want to get you know they don't want like you know something obscene on the top of the cake they just wanted like to Bob and and and Tom or whatever and they didn't want to print that on the cake right and and so they thought you know and and courts ruled differently around the country that you could you know refuse to do something if it violated in the hobby lobby thing was the same deal you could refuse to make something I think the current administration the bill bar when he said the other day these were super religious guys Pompeii one bar and pants and not trump but you know their their ideas of injecting religion in society makes more people uncomfortable in as a whole then the small group of people that want religion and once the theocracy back in a car they will they think the problem is that you know that we don't have enough god in school and got you know I get that but you know sometimes people use god to give them cover because they're a homophobe or a fill in the blank well we can't do that you can't do that I well you know I so I guess the bottom line is so that they've changed should we acknowledge that or do we say we are acknowledging and I think the proof is going to be in the pudding if they actually don't know they have marketing but I know it's kind of one of the proofs of the seasoning of the chicken I have no idea but I'm just saying I don't know if it would be enough to get me to go in there but maybe well I alternately you know you have to you down there's no good just medians they'll come on as I say it's too many chicken chops really you're gonna shoot yourself in the foot over this if you had to let everybody know Herman did that funny bit about you guys should go up to choose that are driving Mercedes and really you're driving a German your available and I'm really good though right so I mean that yeah you have to follow that how how was how committed are you that are made right you go out we can go all the way down the road anyway I doubt coming up yeah okay really funny I would good good very funny anyway I got up there is a flag flying in a place I shouldn't be and boy this shows you where trump is right now that's next where can you get pizza bread twist specialty chicken and more for just five ninety ninety.

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"one bar" Discussed on Z104

Z104

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"one bar" Discussed on Z104

"About her cat. her cat. yes you have a good one bar banner no band or something like that are you like allergic to cats no but okay this is what happened when I want your apartment right. we walked in and she told me to go sit on the couch find something on TV the market over there little living room area and I know this is how it's head under water and I'm like I think your cat had an accident early walks over and goes. thanks a lot Marvin and she grew up the group with their their in. do you see why I'm not kidding you she literally picked up with their bare hands puts it in her other hand and then walks over to the trash. use. or maps. no. up to the group bare handed it to the class and then the other thing we kind of white your hands off on each other. sure hands after no oh my god that's disgusting okay so she bare handed the pope. and that freaked you out I mean I tried not to order me out captain might though the only down. real. it called me all I could think about was approved yeah yeah okay so basically you said at that point you said you had to go yeah I never saw a great person but then I was like how many times this is down there but I didn't know about it like does she always group announced this you think they're they're handing. yeah yeah I I can see how that that would really mess with your head I mean imagine if all the next day she wanted to like hand feed you grapes or some guy and that's if you're sitting on a couch and she was like mmhm try this delicious strawberry it's covered in chocolate at least I think that it's yeah I got I completely understand okay so so that was the real reason that yeah that was that okay well thanks for letting us by give this morning and thanks for giving us the straight poop on this story. Sir okay..

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"one bar" Discussed on Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"one bar" Discussed on Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

"Me. It was like individually that we were having in this introduction. Each of them asked like oh. What are you were you. Where are you from and in my head. I was like why is this the first the thing we're discussing and sometimes they do say. I'll just because i'm over it. I'm just saying what do you think like yeah give it a go. What do you think then and they and they start guessing a bunch of different things and they never guess what i actually am and then it is this huge surprise that i'm black and it's like no no way no way and even that feels uncomfortable that it's like okay. What now what what. What do you expect back then the follow up conversation to be if you've just told me. I don't fit your expectations for what this ethnicity should look like yeah. Are you insulting me or are you. Complimenting me doesn't doesn't feel good. Yes exactly and i remember even when i lived in baltimore <hes> there was this one bar bar that for whatever reason there were typically a larger amount of indian guys there and anytime i would go there literally i would get approached spreading indian guys who thought i was indian and the first they'd be like hey girl and then they'd be like what are you and i'm like i'm half black half white and then they literally really would be like okay and walkaway to where i was like. I'm not indian so now you don't wanna fuck with me anymore. Like okay great. Thanks for the rejection dan yeah just to make this assumption just to make this judgment of like sometimes it is like am i interested in you. I'm not interested in you and other times. It's objectification of your beauty of. I love that you noted this of like the women being like oh. I love your skin tone i. I just wish i could have your color. I'm so pale and talk so fricking on constable. Yeah what do you i mean. Thank you for complimenting. My parents particular genes that happened. Excuse into this. I mean yeah. I think that the piece that like that falls on people i mean i'm gonna just make a general generalization here that that most people have cutler have experienced some kind of adversity and prejudice and racism for literally their skin color and so to me when someone asked this and when it goes down this rabbit hole and just become so invasive it is triggering of all of those other experiences for me of like here here we go again now. I'm being judged again for the color of my skin and for what i am and for my whole racial identity journey is just like all of that stuff gets triggered and i think think when people say oh well i'm like european and people ask me what i am and i enjoyed that conversation and it's like well yeah likely because you've never been like judged for like like your nose being too big or your hair looking nappy or whatever it is that it's just like oh yeah. You're just beautiful. I mean in america america people of color in this is true in other places but i can only speak really to the u._s. We walk around people of color and we carry that with us in all interactions and we know that people are making small and big assumptions in every interaction and so then to have the additional burden of i have to make you you comfortable with your curiousity and what you're interested in knowing about me. It's it's handy and think white white people or people who appear white they they can appreciate..

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"one bar" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"one bar" Discussed on Double Toasted

"I was like, this is told him I was married except I did expect this house holy expected. Just something as you as you told this story and visualize it visualize it, and I'm seeing the three all in one bar and then you get invited to the next one and the exchanging of the halos exchange numbers. And maybe when I come to Austin, I'll give you call. We can get together because like I never meet random people. We talk in a certain bit of, well, we're not really gonna see each other again, but, hey, you know, having a good life. It was good to see you this. Not that less exchange and get together whenever you come into town. That's hard doesn't happen. I guess you have to be there that happens to me all the time. I know it does appear with no me man because moment that got talked to him and I was like, of course, you know me. I get talked to all the time by people should never ends up with less fuck. Yeah. Well, okay. So in the first bar, you know, you talked to one, you talk to other. It's the point where they invited you to come along to the next place. 'cause you didn't say, man, I was telling great stories, right? Laughing because if you were doing that and you live at a party, I see how they could be like, all right. Well, let's keep this guy going. So my brain is going. Okay. So what is it about you that attracted to them to make them wanna tell you, hey, come along with us. Well, one people have done that to me all the time. Like, hey, we're going to the next plane come hang out because we're just being friendly to. I was the last person in their bars. They probably again felt like before I knew what was going on. They probably felt like, hey, you know, essentially the last guy there places right down the street then yeah, come on to hang out. We were talking and using leaving me about yourself, seems kinda rude even. And that was that was it? I think it makes perfect sense to me. That guy who said to text, he's probably married to think so. Yeah, I think it's a good see is that's why that's why he was out cruising. Well, he didn't vote me like he was married..

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"one bar" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"one bar" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Write your attention is like three seconds at a time. And if they hit the three triple twenties, everybody has little dance party. It's really dangerous to the ones are right next twenties, like they're so close. And if you hit if you miss that triple twenty, you can hit a triple one, and then you're done like your game. Is in trouble. I'm fascinated by this. How did you? How did you become a darts guy? This one of those things that you go around like hustling people at any point, did you hit a dirt while so. Man, this is actually very involved. So when I moved into the little town that I live in now, wilt manners, Florida just wanted to make, you know, just want to feel out the town if you will and go out and see check out a couple of bars and ran into one bar where they had, you know, sports bar, they had pool tables. They had some darts and started playing casually, some darts, and then randomly ran into somebody who played in the league there. And I was like, I'm competitive. I wanna play darts competitively and then just started playing every Wednesday. And you know it's for money of course, and I don't know if I'm about to say that, but and one of those terms, this really good Dr players like I got really good for a while, and then it's just like, I lost it. Like what you lose that feeling. It's going to be really hard to get it back like I can't. I can't relate because I was never very good at darts or any sort of pool hall games like Billy. I to me, there's nothing more impressive than seeing someone out at a bar that's got like a pool hall setup who's really good at one of those games like it can be pool can be golden tea. It can be dark, but if you're holding court there, I am automatically impressed with you because you're not here go Joe, Billy when I started talking about Dr tad, the look on his face that I had on my face when he said he was a pole vaulter. So clearly he's got a bunch of questions. Oh no, I'm excited about because I played darts but on connect. And I was kinda wondering, you know, connected like we or whatever. And I'm wondering how much harder because it seems like it can't be that much harder in real life than it is on. Tell you. Okay. So what is the toughest part about controlling your nerves in sports? Like to me, it's just, you know, keeping your heart rate, low, whatever. And like if you're doing something like shooting free throws or whatever, it's not that. Hard to stay calm, right? If you're playing pool, maybe I never really had any sort of nerve, but when you're playing darts like you have to be like, if you're good, you have to be so steady so skilled in so repetitive. If your heart's beating, if you're at all nervous, you're gonna. You're gonna. It's gonna mess with your throat. You have to hold your breath. Like when I'm doing it on connects, you have to be really, really still. You've been here like your little avatar guys, even like. And you have to get your hand really, really study. So I imagine it's exactly the same in real life. Yeah, it very much is, and it depends like I play on like a plastic tip door, Dr..

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"one bar" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"one bar" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Write your attention is like three seconds at a time. And if they hit the three triple twenties, everybody has little dance party. It's really dangerous to the ones are right next twenties, like they're so close. And if you hit if you miss that triple twenty, you can hit a triple one, and then you're done like your game. Is in trouble. I'm fascinated by this. How did you? How did you become a darts guy? This one of those things that you go around like hustling people at any point, did you hit a dirt while so. Man, this is actually very involved. So when I moved into the little town that I live in now, wilt manners, Florida just wanted to make, you know, just want to feel out the town if you will and go out and see check out a couple of bars and ran into one bar where they had, you know, sports bar, they had pool tables. They had some darts and started playing casually, some darts, and then randomly ran into somebody who played in the league there. And I was like, I'm competitive. I wanna play darts competitively and then just started playing every Wednesday. And you know it's for money of course, and I don't know if I'm about to say that, but and one of those terms, this really good Dr players like I got really good for a while, and then it's just like, I lost it. Like what you lose that feeling. It's going to be really hard to get it back like I can't. I can't relate because I was never very good at darts or any sort of pool hall games like Billy. I to me, there's nothing more impressive than seeing someone out at a bar that's got like a pool hall setup who's really good at one of those games like it can be pool can be golden tea. It can be dark, but if you're holding court there, I am automatically impressed with you because you're not here go Joe, Billy when I started talking about Dr tad, the look on his face that I had on my face when he said he was a pole vaulter. So clearly he's got a bunch of questions. Oh no, I'm excited about because I played darts but on connect. And I was kinda wondering, you know, connected like we or whatever. And I'm wondering how much harder because it seems like it can't be that much harder in real life than it is on. Tell you. Okay. So what is the toughest part about controlling your nerves in sports? Like to me, it's just, you know, keeping your heart rate, low, whatever. And like if you're doing something like shooting free throws or whatever, it's not that. Hard to stay calm, right? If you're playing pool, maybe I never really had any sort of nerve, but when you're playing darts like you have to be like, if you're good, you have to be so steady so skilled in so repetitive. If your heart's beating, if you're at all nervous, you're gonna. You're gonna. It's gonna mess with your throat. You have to hold your breath. Like when I'm doing it on connects, you have to be really, really still. You've been here like your little avatar guys, even like. And you have to get your hand really, really study. So I imagine it's exactly the same in real life. Yeah, it very much is, and it depends like I play on like a plastic tip door, Dr..

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"one bar" Discussed on Las Culturistas

Las Culturistas

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"one bar" Discussed on Las Culturistas

"Imagine if we we were primitive which we once were we would need to be there to what no no deep diving no real no no no nonsense not even deep diving matt and i were just at alcatraz a couple of weeks ago we did we did one of the tours where they explained all the the attempted escapes yes there's only been one successful escape from alcatraz where the man like gets out whatever and then genius plans plan to get that's not involving like taking flaws or some sorta cattering subject every day for seven years at one bar yeah yeah going at one bar and then he he scoops through the vents or something yeah climbs climbs up the vents to the roof crossed the room cross over the roof lands lands among like lands at the shore i guess walks with purpose like he's going somewhere if he has the permission and then and then like they have no way of knowing what the conditions are on the water right from the from inside december and to send december in francisco sidedly waves are crashing crashing and he has to base it the toy guy basically describes like amazing detail his swim from the island to the shore san francisco but he has to like but then just the waves are pushing him towards the and he's like okay jerk l e scores my target yeah mrs misses that and then the next target is okay another land another another landmark what's it called the fucking fucking military base golden gate bridge yeah just misses every lammert until he basically lands at like right by the golden gate bridge and then he immediately gets taken and hypothermic and then he he's hypothermic washes up so he wasn't even dead hypothermic yeah and then and then finds him like an a ball was literally that night now brought back to dress and so we now say that human beings shouldn't be in water pure this is with his auto say that but that was like a fascinating story because they said like he had literally done this thing that he had worked on for seven years every single day hatching this genius plan to break out of and then he gets to the cliff and he was like oh my god i don't think i can do this literally don't this is possible and has to make a decision like am i going to go back and like gossip even die because they shoot me dead right here trying to get out and i might be dangerous to the i didn't know this either families that lived on alcatraz like the family cards people that own so that was and they felt very safe there or do i literally probably died doing this rather have that than being prison decided to go for it and it didn't work for it so but you think there was when people go for i love go for such a real culture number one hundred four it's red when people go for it 'cause it's so hard it's so hard to i mean and he both you know he showed grit like he doesn't long term right he was able to do the long term thing and he was able to do the spontaneous leg not to be both those guys showed rain one yeah he showed rindge he really when they make a musical of it the number on the cliff is going to be amazing than the mo that's cool no i don't know i hear i love yes i'm i'm also seeing the lights swirling over cheverolet yeah yeah yeah like that like the dive is done through life absolutely oh like you're like the resume who as in love we're thinking in such stagey terms yeah i don't know i for some i think it is alcatraz the musical yeah musical wait we have to ask you the question that we ask all the s and that's just shows how crack lacombe is conversation are getting their leading nearly an hour into the discussion but jacqueline what was.

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"one bar" Discussed on Listen Money Matters

Listen Money Matters

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"one bar" Discussed on Listen Money Matters

"More than a dollar earned gonna paint them wait we'll get yet your saving dollar you have to pay income tax well it's a joke would it be less it's any than a dollar spent okay that is true it is cheaper than dollar spent all of the audience figure out that catchphrase my name is thomas i'm here as always with my good friend andrew who creates confusing catchphrases or at least picks them from our audience and also sometimes drinks things what are you drink a man jerking stillwater arterial recess it is a dryhome sour ale with raspberries which sounded great illegal the can you're like wow really great it it's like sour and bitter which it's actually grown on me as we've been talking okay for recording but it's like okay relate not into your first sip i'm more into it now my first sipos like i gotta do this for an hour i was switched but you can just get horrid out and be like yeah don't drink bad beer it's not really still like if if we're at a restaurant she's full she's like i feel like i have to finish it and like no because if you finish it like you're still wasting the food because your body doesn't need the calories so it's just gonna like either get rid of it somehow or store it as fat it's not doing you any good and you're not enjoying it so there's really no purpose to it so take it home or not i look through it i or just truck through it i guess that is the american way i have a giant glass pot which bought for my birthday and i am stoked about of cinnamon apple t it's delicious i don't know do you have celestial seasonings t at your grocery stores we do we lauren i it usually have a sleepytime that's on it and then we just pass out snoring on the couch in the middle of miami the most difficult thing i've ever do there's like i don't know twenty like nine seasons and i mean and the solid i twelve horatio says like the most cheesiest cash phrases it's just great like wait a minute what if we take his catchphrases in the we save those at the beginning of our episodes a something like super cheesy and after you say i'd like there you go yep ratings are going to go to the roof i've actually never watched csi miami so i don't know any of those catchphrases this is like a serious life thing that you're missing out on is it yeah is it no i don't know i'm watching gravity falls at night right now and that show is amazing it is so terribly bad i think it rolls over into being decent like they have they'll have like shots and csi miami and then the like break the shot into the same shot but four squares and like weird colored things will happen while they're doing like i don't know science things in the lab and it's just why do you subject yourself this andrew it's very campy and good shows you could watch but do i have a question for you how much cash do you have in your wallet i can look i always have a little bit in my wallet i try to keep a little bit in there just in case and i also keep like a secret stash of my car a few hundred thousand in the doors like somebody off or some bills yeah it's for paulie you know helping him do some deals i have sixteen dollars in cash and my wall right now and so so seriously why do you keep like extra on you're in the car two reasons one bar cades because bar cades have a change machine to play games so i keep cash on me so i can do that without having to pay a giant atm fee and the other is the otit factor basically.

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"one bar" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"one bar" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"Now we should also talk about the ability to kind of program in pauses and pounds lines and stuff when you're making calls belief that we got that in the outline later and we've we've got that in the outline i do want to talk about before we get away from voicemail there wasn't a feature that came a few versions of of iowa ago for voicemail transcription on iowa's it used to be pretty funny but now i find that it's actually pretty good and i've used this in a lot of circumstances where i couldn't take a call and somebody left me voice mail and i still couldn't take the call or listen to the voice mail because i was in a situation where i had to be quiet maybe i was sitting in the back of a courtroom or something but i could get the gist of what something somebody wanted her why they called by looking at the transcript of the voicemail i believe i believe that's turned on the settings correct no it's by default it just happens now i didn't have to turn anything on but you do have to have a specific iphone i believe it's all the newer iphones i think if you have an iphone six or higher it will work but i agree it does a much better job than it used to so how do you deal with you know cell phones in so many ways are worse than the landline based phones that we had before in terms of connection quality and reliability yeah i i'm reminded when we we have the problems with skype it's the same kind of things we deal with cell phones all the time i mean it's still a regular thing to be on the phone with somebody and just lose the connection what are some ways users can deal with that well i will tell you i have dealt with poor cell phone reception as long as i owned a cell phone for a couple of reasons and i always thought that time would be something that would solve this problem because as time went by technology would get better more towers would be built in this would be a problem that would be largely solved and maybe i'm in the minority now and i know that largely this has gotten better but i am just in a city that is very anti i'm not going to be political statements but let's just say we don't like cell phone towers here is pretty rural right really oh no to the big city you should come visit sometime david i've couch i actually don't have i do have a couch studiously bon by multiple guest bedrooms that let's bets with tvs in them and apple tvs in every room has some tv connected device i know that yes it's i very hospitable accommodations no i mean i live in a city of of almost three quarters a million people i think i got you upset no i told live out in the country anywhere better cell phone coverage out in the country when i when i travel out to the country for various things because they don't have a problem sticking a cell phone tower out in somebody's field but i live in an area where in it's the specific area of town but it's just in general where we have not built a lot of cell phone towers and so i'm i'm kind of in a a cell phone desert where i live in i've tried all the carriers verizon is the only one that i can even try to get service with but i have i have one bar right now the very teeny tiny smallest bar is the the coverage that i have in my house and so i've tried everything to try to get better cell phone service it's a lot better situation now than it was what i tried those antennas that you would connect to things and put in your house those did not work well the the next best thing that actually worked pretty well is that the carriers used to sometimes they would give them to you as an accommodation sometimes you'd have to buy them but they would offer the microcells i think they still do that i think they still do and so i i had that for a while microcell is it's a box of plugs into your network and it basically serves as a local antenna but it's a.

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"one bar" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

Giant Bombcast

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"one bar" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

"Tricky return you can use it if somebody hits easy shot little star will appear in the ground and if you run into that star and hit are you get kind of like bullet time aim your shot and then launch it explained in the single player yes okay very level kind of full one more thing into the fold i i played one i just i launched it got through that introductory cut scene and then went back to the main menu i'm just gonna play one game against the and just got some tennis and bowser and i was like okay i just hit the tennis button and tennis yeah so that's the thing is it was it's incredibly easy to pick up like when i brought it over my friends i explained to the rules basically and then people were just picking up and playing passing around if you have to switches you can play with four people which is really cool because you can each doubles with two with four joy cons and this is one of the first games where the joy con has felt decent as a as an option like i still think you know personally it's too small i've issues with the contents but you have gigantic cans to yeah i mean that's the main issue but outside of that i i totally like sixty dollars does seem like a fair amount of money to ask for a game that is relatively content light sure but if you are approaching it from the okay i really wanna get into this i want to check out the online i've heard some reports of people having issues with the online being unstable i haven't come across that personally but i have only played maybe five or six matches better matchmaking is something that's well it's lacking we'll hey maybe when you can pay nintendo for access hopefully by that point they do have something and i know that was an issue was smash initially and they've got the code work eventually like they have shown in the past that they will work on this sort of stuff if the demand is there the game does let you cancel out of a cute up match if the person's connection is pretty bad yeah shows like they're you know they're paying like if it's like one bar you can cancel out of it the matchmaking is kind of bad in a sense where you yourself maybe a beginner but will match you up with someone that has like ten thousand points in the terminal i've definitely seen people say that like it has no yeah no no accounting for skills or whatever if it showed some type of ranking or like the number of points a player had before you actually jump in the match that'd be i guess a little bit better you could just keep canceling until you find someone similar rank is you and i'm having a lot of fun like just exploring the different characters there's several types of character power speed defense all around ricky and technical yes the six and different character sizes factor in the play like powerful characters will knock smaller characters back easily as jump jumping ciampa bracket mouth and god is so good he bounces the ball on his head while he serves it chance pretty good yeah i like the look of it a lot like i haven't had time to get too into it just yet but yeah it's been interesting watching people talk about the game now that it's out there and i feel like there are a lot of people are like aid like they're definitely like into the level of depth there but i've seen more than a handful of people being like hey i really liked mario tennis before this is too much yeah which if you're not looking if you're looking for just kind of like arcadi tennis it seems like it's kind of not that there is a mod for that there's like a simple mode you can play for free play no one likes having to play the simple mode yeah yeah it's not an elegant solution by means but if you just want some tennis tennis it is in there in.

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"one bar" Discussed on The Big Listen

The Big Listen

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"one bar" Discussed on The Big Listen

"I did sensory analysis training on how to properly taste cocoa and assess the different aromas and tastes within it i've i really admire of this substance because truly it is one you know it was every birthday cake it was my wedding cake it has gotten me through a number of heartbreaks including was like the divorce cake oh and in it and yet right learn i had no idea of these processes i didn't know ca cow you know cacao is sort of the seed that ultimately overcomes cocoa and chocolate was fermented i didn't know what it would like in nature and i thought to myself this is so emblematic of kind of a bigger connection or lack of connection to food kogo at least for me or chocolate isn't m neutral right a bread is pretty neutral to me i don't have a deep emotional connection with bread i don't turn to bread when i'm sad or when i'm tired ages don't look or bread in an airport to get me through a crappy flight it's a miracle it as so all right i have a question for you about you know you this is you you love chocolate uh i feel like this is going to make or break the conversation here uh aand how do you feel about chocolate that is adulterated with stuff like cumin or keen wire like blood orange would ember what is your are you purist love it no i'm not here as a matter of fact we did a homemaker series were we talked directly to chocolate makers we asked them identify one bar one out in and then we learn i am your stand in audience stand in i get to taste the bar again doing the heavy lift yeah really uh which is on the you know carrying this learn how how can you ever go on i don't know i don't know how i do it but i tasted those bars on behalf of listeners and heard the stories right so one of my favorites out of our maker ceres was a bar with keen want in it uh there's puff keita in a and then um.

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"one bar" Discussed on Lip Service

Lip Service

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"one bar" Discussed on Lip Service

"I shot a cell that never was a girl died with israel without value me persian enlargement on with hamburger that one bar who move with saudi supplemental arguments of meals and light in the zoo new now our low sucking dolan my will dance with both wasn't you know saying 3s makes is always our way team bag lang lang i said they are at a threesome is limitations like it could be a four samora five five samore sixsome were act title and my sigler let me ask you this ladies would you be mad if you having a threesome with jim in and he busted in that with the other chicken not you know that's the turn on what it i got i like to watch like that turns me are watching and liked him finish your word there that that's going to him you i don't want after a row you'll love that logging i am already better than me i winging it man two emerald moods that sounds a mataca bad you are guides you need me does you know a lot of competence you know what i mean it's a because if you think about it your man's game notes on you all the time la and you would is beijing here to do some work business yeah let me was back in other garland with like this the best puts the other hand and go on to lara even want him kiss don't kill.

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"one bar" Discussed on The Critical Path

The Critical Path

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"one bar" Discussed on The Critical Path

"With protein bars in terms of like heat resistance you know how well to handle being left in the sun in car something like that um but basically these guys did an amazing job so so what it what is it they started 2013 they said bs on protein bars they said the they can do better they couldn't find anything i was not full of artificial ingredients fillers preservatives and and all that kind of nonsense so um so they started with who clean sheet of paper clean ingredients and each ingredient has a purpose uh so so simple core ingredients again egg whites dates almonds so for example is three egg whites two dates and six almonds in in one bar and they taste good they have real coccau or cocoa uh and real fruit and spices and things like see salt if you like that sort of thing tried don't i have a thing about putting salt insurance in sweet stuff but hey well listen if you're rauner the you you might want that for other reasons as well how to replace also make sausage fine fine if you're runner but it's ike is in akilis i get hannah it's like pineapple on pizza we we don't go there art bar comes in eleven delicious flavors glutenfree soy free derry free no added sugar night of color night at flavor or i should say artificial flavor or preservatives or fillers whites were protein dates for binding nuts for texture of great for all kinds of cages breakfast on the run snacks at the office take it on the on your bag for the plane eyes as i do thrown nearby cpac when you're going exercise or writing or hiking and pre impose workout.

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