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"oshima" Discussed on KQED Radio
"There any tools or suggestions for managing these feelings? Or like figure in a networking event, and you're just You know you're standing there alone and I've been to conferences, Ted conferences and other conference run like I don't know anybody and this is you know, before I did how I built this, and nobody knew I was. I was just They're standing around. How do you approach people? How do you Start conversations with people at these events. You walk up to them. And you say Hi when you smile. Honestly. What brings you here by my friend Alison Shapira has a great speech coach. Her advice is all you have to say is what brings you here? And let the other person do the work. Don't over. Think it. You do not need to give a Nobel Prize speech in your very first Hello. It'd networking event and the other thing I would say, is, if it's causing you that much pain. Leave. I mean, the fact I think a lot of is also think when we're entrepreneurs that if we leave the event we're missing out on our big VC funding or a big seed round. You're not if it's causing you that much internal pain. Go home. Right. Some killer blogged get it placed. Do something on linked in Find your channel that works for you. Thank you for that. Question of time for We're two more. Let's get a question from Claremore Oshima. Hello, Claire. Claire asks. Where do you draw the line between vulnerability and over sharing for somebody who is experiencing anxiety?.
"oshima" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"To to people. Clapton played a major going I i think other guys the with it. Pretty well i. I said hey. Hopefully this is just it. Is this one season and you can say. Hey crazy wasn't twenty twenty. Nobody outlay but we will. We'll back to normal maybe next year. Nick faldo. Cbs sports lead golf analyst. Have you ever been in a position that tiger was when what are you drinking out of your masters cup. There is some francey bridges. I believe just how many how many bottles of wine do you have in your wine cellar. A not that far away we say every this is not a good day to give up. If i had a drinking golf tournament would win. Taylor and love as you know. We got into more. American whiskeys year as well. Good old scotch. Irish we skis in an american whiskey. So we've been a sign sign years all right. Have you ever been in a situation. Where tiger was on twelve yesterday. Know quite lie. Not in that spotlight. Note out when it's woven earth is going on what is happening but again it's amazing. He lost you that was the pivotal and so the golfing. Gods watching say just to remind you might was. Hey that was really good last year. Just remember on the boss. I haven't been but you know. Look he's poke is governed by back. I'm done how much longer he could. Amos oshima's have amazing mental strength ago into each week hoping believing in the bank was survived Titans opposite dates. You can see how it gingerly getting outta bunka fixing minute. He wants to play with these young citizen. How can you do it if you if you owe him. Anything close to as good as it was Also to manage a golf course because he used to overpower now. He has to sort of manage it and he's got the accuracy he's obviously very bright when it comes to that but sometimes your ego gets in the way you're playing with somebody you know they want to juice it up and hit it out there and then he wants to crank it up there a little bit. It almost feels like he's fighting. He's fighting himself. He's got to feel these young guys but tiger in his mind. Can he manage a golf course and still win majors. Well bottom line is no because look. There's just too many. He's competing in his day. He was spending one of the time. Begun else would have a run at him on other guys crystal kozo. The of may have a in one a time. nowadays tens and twenties of guys youngsters yet. Yeah sunday in old people. You don't really know the names of the go for but look how these guys play. So how'd you get in the mix at target played pretty darn good day one zoom. He hasn't done a lotta go. Nothing was really that good you know. i'm play readings. Small good coffee. Wow that was really impressive. Sixty eight anything. Will kenny threaded around. Keep doing that. But but you're right in the youngsters off they go needs to maybe four sit and And of course to get a little bit difficult. Saturday set out quite south So that's as the kids get advantage. There y- too many too many of them ready right now. Do miss playing show as an athlete. gosh i wish i think avia fleet stops doubleday you saying both says i come run fast enough. The younger oil every sport athlete eventually comes to show..
"oshima" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Darling was there last night. She says. They stopped outside the building. They were chanting, abolish ice and stolen people stolen land when people were actually close enough to the ice building to interact with some of the federal officers there, they were breaking windows and we had some Video that shattered glass. That was a result of that in the area. Then they got pushed to the North Portland police declared. A riot protesters also started a bonfire in the middle of the street, using a mattress, adding garbage cans, debris and even a picnic table. No word if there was a picnic, but there was tear gas and please put the fire out. Two people arrested. The brother of the suicide bomber who set off a deadly blast at Arianna Grandi concert in Manchester, England three years ago, is handed a lengthy sentence. Oshima baby denied helping plan the attack of the Manchester Arena concert but was found guilty of murder, attempted murder and conspiring to cause explosions. He now faces a minimum of 55 years behind bars. His elder brother, Salman Abedi, who set off the bomb died in the blast Sentencing regime, the judge said the two brothers were, in his view equally culpable for the many deaths and injuries. Tom Rivers, ABC NEWS London President Trump weighs in on a conspiracy group. That's been in the news a lot lately. They've been on social media before that. But now it's making the mainstream media if you will. Here's more from yesterday's priest press briefing president was asked about Q and on a fringe far right movement that promotes conspiracy theory that says, essentially the President Trump's opponents include a cab, all of Satan worship, worshipping pedophiles..
Nagasaki urges nuke ban on 75th anniversary of US A-bombing
"The Japanese city of Nagasaki has marked it 75th anniversary of the U. S atomic bombing with the mayor and dwindling survivors urging world leaders including their own to doom or for a nuclear weapons ban. At 11:02 a.m. The moment the B 29 bomber boxcar dropped a £10,000 plutonium bomb dubbed Fat Man. Nagasaki, Survivors and other participants stood in an minute of silence. One or more than 70,000 killed. The August 9th 1945 bombing came three days after the US dropped its first atomic bomb on here, Oshima The world's first ever nuclear attack that killed 140,000 people. Less than one week later. On August 15th Japan surrendered, effectively ending World War
"oshima" Discussed on KQED Radio
"These bombs are now in production and even more power for farms are in development. It is an atomic bomb. More than 200,000 people were killed in Hiroshima. And in the second attack on the Japanese city of Nagasaki. Three days later, Japan quickly surrendered to the allies ending World War. Two. Historians argue that many more people could have died. Both Japanese and Americans had the war continued. Still, the grainy films of mushroom clouds over Japanese cities is unforgettable. We saw something like that again this week. If you're like me, you've been gripped by the news out of Beirut over the past few days. If you're like me, it'll be embossed on your mind for months, even years, that image of that mushroom cloud rushing at you like a locomotive, a massive boom. And then, as the air slowly clears, the widespread destruction emerges. We know it was not a nuclear bomb in Beirut, but it hinted at the horror when I was in college, I kept a grim reminder on my bedroom wall of those horrors. A civil defense map of New York City printed during the Cold War with concentric circles radiating out from an imagined ground zero Columbus Circle 59th Street in Midtown. The key on the map indicated that glass and steel buildings in the immediate vicinity of the blast would be vaporized. That's what happened in here, Oshima 75 years ago. Today, it's something the world should not see again. Our friends of the national security podcast. Things that go boom have been looking at nuclear arms control. It's a story that spans decades first building up stockpiles, followed by attempts to try and reduce them. And where that effort stands now. Eres reporter Lacey Healy, Soviet has decided to transform Cuba into a base for putting all of the Americans Under the Nuclear Gunn, United States Answering what.
Hiroshima marks 75th anniversary of atomic attack
"The ceremony is being held in the Japanese city of Hiroshima to mark the 75th anniversary of the world's first atomic bomb attack. Oshima's may urge Mohr International cooperation to face global threats like the covert 19 pandemic. In a video message played at the ceremony, the United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres, Fish paid tribute to Hiroshima's resilience 75 years ago was single Lukla weapon brought unspeakable death and destruction upon this city. Effects linger to this day. The city and its people, However, if chosen not to be characterized by calamity, but instead by resiliency, conciliation and
Hiroshima survivors worry that world will forget
"Exactly 15 minutes past eight in the morning on August 6th, 1945 Japanese time at the moment when the atomic bomb flashed above Hiroshi MMA Miss Yoshiko Sasaki, a clerk in the personnel department of the East Asia, 10 Works had just sat down at her place in the plant office and was turning her head to speak to the girl at the next desk. That rather ordinary sentence is the opening to the extraordinary August 1946 New Yorker article titled Oshima. It was published a year after the United States dropped the first nuclear bomb on that city, a year in which the U. S government had gone to great lengths to conceal the human devastation caused And to depict the bomb as a conventional humane weapon. The writer of the Peace John Hursey, uncovered a very different story reporting on the ground in Japan, author and journalist Leslie Bloome chronicles foresees work and the reaction to it in her new book, Fallout. She joins me now from Los Angeles. Leslie Bloome. Welcome. Thank you. Start with Who? John Hursey Wass and how he came to be the one to tell this story. Oh, John. Her see was a young World War two correspondent who had covered action in different theaters throughout the war for Time magazine. And like many war correspondents, then he was pretty supportive of the U. S military. And he even wrote an almost overly complimentary wartime bio of General Douglas MacArthur and That the U. S military knew him entrusted him would be an important factor in my story and how he eventually got his story about Hiroshi MMA, and I don't want to give away too much. But I will say that how he got in was by being the perfect Trojan horse reporter, The perfect Trojan horse reporter. You've hooked us where we're intrigued when I got there. He didn't report this out as a war correspondent. He focused very much on ordinary people on he picked six of them. Why did he want to tell the story in that way? Well, I mean, the fact of the matter is is that the bombing of Hiroshima was widely reported when it happened, and it was reported as a very big end of days. Story mean there were pictures of the mushroom clouds that were released in pictures, the landscape devastation. But there were no pictures that were released or no stories that were released about the human toll that it happened on the ground there, and the government was really going to enormous lengths to cover up the reality of theater. Tomic aftermath in Hiroshima, Nagasaki They were very concerned with as the former secretary of war, put it, not being seen as having outdone, Hitler and atrocities. So her C and his editors at the New Yorker magazine became determined to tell the story from the point of view of survivors. You know, these are among the on ly humans who have ever experience what it's like to be on the receiving end of nuclear attack. He ultimately picked a widow with young kids, a young female clerk to medics, a priest and a minister with with a young family, and his idea was to create a sense of empathy. In his readers with these individuals, because, after all, not everybody could understand the physics of how the bombs works or visualized. You know, an all out nuclear attack that anyone could relate to being a mother or a father or colleague or doctor who's going about their everyday business. One catastrophe strikes I wonder if you would give us a sense of just one telling story of what he did find when he was there What it was that so shocked American readers who had no idea what was unfolding in Japan. One story that particularly resonated with him. He interviewed a young female clerk who was in her company when the bomb was detonated. This's the clerk I mentioned in the intro exactly one of the most famous introductions in journalistic history, and when the bomb exploded over her factory bookshelves fell upon her, and she was nearly crushed to death by books. And he thought How ironic it was to have somebody nearly crushed by books within the first moments of the atomic age, and literally when he was leaving here, Oshima and standing on the surprisingly intact train station platform, he thought that he was going to have to write about that line. And that's one of the incidents that most resonated with readers. So August 1946 The New Yorker publishes. What was the reaction? Both in the United States and around the world to this story. Well in her sees own words. The reaction was quote explosive mean, I try not to use that word in my book for obvious reasons. But he did, And the article was simply titled here, Oshima, and it comprised nearly the entire contents of the August 31st 1946 issue of The New Yorker. It's sold out immediately. You're even black market copies of it going for, you know, astronomical sums. It was syndicated in its entirety, and this is a 30,000 word story in newspapers across the country and around the world. And editors and reporters and readers were enraged. They were horrified by the testimonies in her sees here, Oshima, and they also began demanding to know what else was the U. S government withholding from the US public And then, when President Truman was asked by a reporter if he had personally read it, he retorted. I never read the New York ER. It just makes me bad. But the fact is, is that the government had been put very much on the defensive. That said, You know, they didn't want to look like they were on the defensive, but they were and they had to scramble to try to reclaim the narrative.
"oshima" Discussed on Gaming Ride Home
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"oshima" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast
"Her, but these are games that we really want to come back and I tried to choose games that. That there's no like analog for you know that like the. Like I would really want a new symphony of the night, but there is a whatever. blood-stained. Tried something like that, too, and to an extent I pulled it off, but there's a few worse like I chose the game because of personal concepts related to the game. Okay, that's good yeah I. Really had to dig deep. What do I really love? What did I really love I would love to see like another one like really like high Def version of that and you know. This is an even numbered episodes. I'm starting an office something. I, know you'RE GONNA love. Wondering if you picked from his game. This is twinkle star sprites. I did not, but wouldn't it be great if there was a new twinkle star sprites or a game like that well, we can discuss that when we come back your pick, so this is for the Neo Geo composed post by Takato Oshima, and this is love so the radioactive mix which is sky.
"oshima" Discussed on KOMO
"Seven seven four NBA star, lavar owed of is opening up about his nearly fatal battle with addiction. Oshima's written a memoir, darkness to light. He sat down with ABC juju Chang. A roller coaster, which he says, began at age twelve when his single mother died of cancer. You're looking to fill a void. When things and some things, I was trying to fill that void would shook your first time with cocaine was laced with sex. What was that like to be introduced to that toxic brew for me? That's exactly what it was toxic. Being professional. Khloe low for a long time Chloe, and Lamar lead in two thousand nine after a whirlwind one month romance. Tell me what it was like being on camera. Keeping up with the Kardashians, paparazzi everywhere. I love it. I mean red-carpeted rolled though, everyone who go what's not to love about that. And at that time, when we shot our show, khloe and Lamar. I was playing really good basketball at the pinnacle of your career. And yet, you're hiding your drug use, and your sex addiction from khloe will you marry owns a wife to noted sniffing coke has strippers? The women secrets that were getting harder to hide in the book. Lamar recalls one drug induced rage, hallucinating, and paranoid. He says to khloe. I'll expletive kill you. You don't know what I'm capable of producing good at that point. I'm thinking alley. I couldn't believe how tree clean linked it. Have you politics for? Do you feel like you own apology? Yeah. Kid that point kicked you to the curb, she's like took care of everything of wanted. So it was like a kid being kicked out his house. It was like a twelve year old losing. Good. Lamar says he went to the love ranch, a Las Vegas brothel to escape the fear of losing it all hours thinking about. Have you weren't thinking far wasn't thinking? Wasn't making. So after four day bender he was found unresponsive twelve seizures six strokes his heart stopped twice. All of my doctors from suicide. One of the last things that you say in the book is I am lamarcus of Odem, and I am alive. That's how you ended what is being alive? Really mean to you. Has being present.
"oshima" Discussed on KTRH
"KTAR H and iheartradio. All right. Welcome back Costa. Kasey amami-oshima chair terrain open lines right now. I know what whenever I see Indiana. I go right there. So it's Eric from Indiana. You're up next. How are you? This is Eric the Mike control guy has everybody doing the knock. I hope you're not gonna mess with me. I need to get out of the show with my own thoughts. Oh, no, no, no, nothing like that. Anyway, I had a big curious when Mr. von Daniken was on. And he was talking about you know, the fiftieth anniversary cherish the God. I still have that movie. I remember when it came out, and I was a little guy. I mean, I remember hearing it I'm fifty three right now. Right. But anyway, one of the things I remember from his movie as with other books is they show that one carving? I believe it's down in Mexico of the ancient astronaut how he's looking through that scope, and Scott, all those gizmos and gadgets. Yeah. I have that. I have the tickets signed by Eric. I've got a replica of that hanging in my Bonker in my studio. And yeah, I'm trying to think of the name of that. That's a that's a tomb lid. It's a cover and with. Yes. Yes. And so anyway, you're right. And he's looking through a little IP. He's got his feet on some pedals. His arms are controlling staff, and he's got a little snorkel in his nose and all kinds of stuff. But anyway, what's your point? Okay. That and some other ancient drawings that look like, you know, caveman drawings and all this kind of stuff of astronauts and whatnot. Well, I've learned over the years and the many documentaries. I have read and watch through cataclysmic events where things aren't necessarily destroyed sometimes they're just covered up with either water or soil or whatever until the rediscovered later on. My thing is when the ancient astronauts visited the earth and the evidence is still here today. Did that happen before or after the Genesis left? Okay. Now, I'm going to I'm going to make you think for a second. When we talk about. Okay. Well, where's the evidence where the cities where the buildings where the things were the structures? How come we haven't? You know, there's no evidence of that. Right. Okay. You know, what I'm gonna mention something that everybody understands the World Trade Center's the world trade centers turned into dust. All of it. Now, if if the world trade centers were sitting there all by themselves in Manhattan, no other buildings around right and fell into dust a thousand years from now thousand just two thousand what evidence of the world trade centers would be left behind. Exactly nothing. So so now we need to look at the entire planet. These these cataclysmic catastrophic life ending events right seriously life ending situations where quite possibly not only was everything leveled in wiped off and and flooded in an earthquakes and burning and and dust and volcanic in whatever. Well, eventually soil topsoils replayed trees growing trees die trees burnt down. And everything is layered up. So anything would be pulverizing down there. There are certain things that we have found bones, and thank you know, fossils. And I get all of that. But what about the world trade centers in a situation like that a pass civilization, advanced technology cities? You know, airplanes technology. Well, yeah, it is entirely possible that it could be pulverized into dust, and there's no evidence of anything. And and before anybody asked me, and I'm serious about this Eric when antibodies well what where it's impossible. We would have evidence. Like, I watched him blow up a hotel demolition in Las Vegas. I watched it happen from Caesar's palace. And I saw what have for, you know, just like the World Trade Center. I watched this thing come down. And when the smoke cleared and the dust cleared, and I looked there was nothing there. Nothing. It was gone. It was gone. Trying to argue with these people just because the evidence no longer exists. Doesn't mean the thing never did exist. Like just in the last thirty years since that Japanese fishermen when they found the ruins off a Yonaguni down below the water. You know, when back when the ocean levels were not as high as they are now all these things were built on land. And then something happened that caused the ocean levels to rise and all those places were abandoned. And there's all these different ruins that are found below the water, whether it be an oceans or lakes, or whatever. And some of these things that I have discovered on this website called Pinterest. And these ancient things that were are just recently in the last several years being discovered when people go into the wilderness, they find these caves, hey, let's check out what's down there. You're like war. What what is this ancient carvings? It looks like an underground city that's been abandoned and just because you know, people never found him until recently doesn't mean we never existed they did exist. But now the question is was before or after the Genesis flood. Exactly, Eric never changed, man. And your journey is only gonna find you the answers that you seek man. And and thank you for the phone call. It's because erica's from Indiana people in Indiana are smart. That's right. And speaking of that, let's go to Joe in Wichita, Joe, you're up next on coast. Welcome. Hey, jimmy. Thank you for playing vinyl records during your leader. I do what I can Joe. Thank you for the Email, and let me know what to do. Oh, you're welcome. Thank you had. I had a point, you know, some of these like much of peach you and then way up in northern Scotland have ancient ruins they're not big enough for civilizations. But they're good size. But they're so far in the middle of nowhere. We may have had to been universities for the knowledge that was. Together to build things that came about you would think right? And so if the university's you're absolutely right, if they don't exist where did the knowledge come from. Then. And we would have to have it sacred. You couldn't just have it out with the mule polar. That's right. That's right. Another thing. Like you were talking earlier with your guest. The like the pyramids and so forth there in a radius or boundary line. I was wondering how that would play in in compared to where these universities like much peachy, you know, along with the Mayans and so way far away, but still it's a nice area. Yeah. And one of the things that you can do Joe. Thank you for the phone call, and what you should do is is follow what I'm about to say to you. If you go, and there's plenty of maps out there, and you can create your own map is as well. But if you go and start to map out all of the significant structures and sacred sites around the world just start, you know, marking them and then go back and take another look, and you will see that they fall within a certain boundary. It's about fifty meters, why are fifty kilometers wide, and it goes in a straight line. You can you can lay out all of the significant. Sacred sites from Easter Island to go Beckley tabby, and it's in a straight line. And you have to ask yourself. Wait a minute here. These are different cultures. Spanning oceans, it's also spanning time. But how is it that they would because it's like, oh, they they they were aware of each other. Well, no, they weren't. And in some cases, it's a thousand years apart, but go and do it. It's fascinating you go across the United States. You can go across Europe. You can go across Asia, Australia and laid out and it's funny. What you see in the end. You may not notice it at first, right? Just continue to put it together. And you will see these things are they're they're grouped together for one reason or another Joe enjoy the rest of your weekend. And thank you for the phone, call, let your heart. Thank you, buddy. Thank you. Joe? That's a great phone. Call right there. All right. Let's go to stay. Stay in the wildcard world. Let's go to Michael in Jamestown, North Carolina. Michael, you're using happy twenty nineteen first of all I haven't slept in quite a while while thank you for that. And right back at you. What's on your mind? Yeah. My question is I want to ask you. Yeah. Do you know or I don't know if anybody knows what do we have basis like another planet? I know coast has had several guests on over the years that have claimed that they've been asked to participate in like counties on other planets, and so I hope I, you know, be able what my my opinion on. This doesn't matter Michael. It's your opinion. Do you think we have bases on other planets? Oh, I definitely think. So I know years ago, George had president Eisenhower's that great granddaughter on and she claimed that she was asked to participate in joining a colony on Mars had turned it down. And then I know George had another guest on a few years ago stating that he claims to remember that he was he knew that tavon former President Obama may have been involved when a secret Mars county back in the early eighties. So I exactly and and so Michael that's back to my point my opinion. My answer doesn't matter. It wouldn't change which you think. Right. So my opinion doesn't matter and I kind of agree with you. Okay. So with that I'll say ever great weekend. Michael. Thank you for the ball, go great. Thanks, jimmy. Yeah, right on and that that was that was a, you know, what I'm going to go to go to Jeff in Juneau, Alaska. Jeff, you're up next on coast. Welcome. Yeah. Man. How are you? I'm doing good. How are you? I'm doing good. And I don't want to run out of time on you. Jeff. We're at the end of the show. So I'm gonna throw it at you. What's on your mind? Couple of things I had a brave played Ohio. But I completely space. Do that. Is that is the pre tenders the pretenders course. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. You don't feel so good right now. Do you have not remembering that stupid? Got things y'all fast. God's presence made the light before they decide he didn't make the sun until the fourth day. That's. Moving on number. We had a conversation about I don't know two years ago. You had a gust on who was talking about frequency. Remember, my call because we talked to go the frequency of nine because you mentioned that you love to two year the tar down to four thirty two correct. Right. Here's remember I said the four three two that equals nine, okay. Dick if you track quarter. Come on. Jeff, you know, the answer to that. I know you do. Okay. So hard, right. Play play the way your song on four thirty two right? And then hard left. Tune your guitar to four forty one and play it right over the four thirty two. Okay. Got blow your mind. Really does. A time portal opened up in front of me is like a Stargate. Well, I'm not gonna make a claim. Okay. I hear ya. I hear ya. And do the same thing for your mind. It'll kind of make a stereo thing happened. But it won't be won't be the same thing that you know, I get it. I get it. Hey, Jeff, Jeff. Yes. I'm back on coast and in a couple of weeks, not not this weekend. But next weekend, and I'll I'll report back to you live on the air deal. I will stay tuned for the report. Yeah. I'll talk to you. Jeff behave and be well and stay warm have twenty nineteen buddy right back at you. Jeff Jeff up in Juneau, Alaska. Okay. I've got time for one more call. And you know, what I'm going to go to Los Angeles. I'm gonna go in my backyard, Dave in Los Angeles. Welcome. It's going good. David. How're you? Yeah. 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"oshima" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Mike, I can safely say on some level. We've all been there when talking about this next story. Although, thankfully, we all haven't been there. If you know what I mean, let me explain, and I hope everybody's having a really good day enjoying their breakfast. Oh boy. Chargers have been filed charges rather have been filed against a city council member right out of the okay. In kashogi. Oshima prefecture in Japan. Okay. Against the city council member who saying his reason for driving it more than double the speed limit was of a bad case of. Intestinal distress. According to court documents from October twenty ninth on April of this year. Masataka heroi a twenty eight year old city council member from the city of Chaba. She. Well, I'm glad you're prefecture. Yeah. Was observed by a monitoring system violating the eighty kilometer per hour speed limit by traveling a hundred and sixty five kilometers per hour over a hundred miles an hour on a highway well on his way to the Oita prefecture. Well, questioned by the newspaper about it. Here was his defense. Yeah. I had diarrhea. Okay. So I was in a hurry to get to the bathroom. I regret my actions, and I will drive safely in the future you want. If he's in the same predicament next time, you're gonna do I don't know. I mean, it's a decent. Excuse. I give I doubt it. It's out of the ticket. I did or not what I want to know what happened in the car. Well, I mean did he get to where I needed to get in time. I were trying to figure that out weird is whether horizon managed to make it to the toilet in time remains unknown. However, what is for sure is that the story is catapulted into the spotlight as the young politician who needs to use the toilet got him into. What's the fastest? You have a river on highway. Well, I have to preface this. Okay. Don't preface it much. We've got about twenty seconds. Just tell me how fast you're driving on the highway. I went like over two hundred clicks on the autobahn. But that's the Audubon very cool. I opened it up on illegally. I think I might have hit the century, Mark. Okay. I was like one twenty five one twenty five dude. That's.
"oshima" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak
"Yes or none. The. Lived in Highgate. I used to pick out Madaba would say an pick hosted. No one doubts gonna win. That's come. Second dot is gonna come third about whenever that is going on a news winning. Full. So you kind of need free. So that was the big amp things. And then my lotto numbers, can you give me my number? Don't think it was. I think it was a one-off maybe needed the money. But. The time, but it happened in the call ones picking stuff out. And then I'd see like family friends come visit, not go, ooh. Booked your holiday for Florida. You can Florida. Somebody else that told me and then, yeah, we spoke to today. Nobody knows on the when it moved. Tell me how do I know and then look people in new going, and I need to pregnant and they have no Bali like the be just bright them. I was like, heard it from somewhere. Seriously, oh, began like write books as momentum. Remember when I was six among will crying her eyes out in the middle of the night and wrote this Oshima book and she had a terrible night man. It was all these people that life Tibetan people from Tibet s- goal the for you never on the Rilo yet and. There was a plane crash and she described everything in the morning. When the put the news on the whole event was going on as momentum dreamt set the whole, oh, tell us, but that happened quietly, mom also kind of had the same gift. Yeah. Yeah, my grandma. So a ghost couple of ghosts spirits really started to not really go small spirits, but my mom really to booed mama was a hairdresser. Well, the say I stylus hairstylists now it's like, yes, hairstylist. When you get your head, do guess. Sides and set with member was address. So she tabu it, but I wrote about something about boyfriend hot in the book about this. This guy, she knew a did for a living and he was, I was, I used to smoke when I'm twenties and stood a ball is Madonna's friends fiftieth and I was wondering gloss to champagne. I'm sort of the ball and I smoked then long cigarettes, and this guy came over to light my cigarette and he wasn't quick enough. I did though it did, but the door de, let's it so. So you got to quicken that with me. This guy was such a nice guy. He ended up joining all politician that we went to another events off towards a come with us because that's what rely come always says. I'd look to thank you some really nice evening with them. I ended dating my mother told me his job. Oh, wow. Was an SAS member. She's secret service like JAMES BOND, MO, bright, and I was, I didn't know because you sit on the computer programmer and he was all suited him booted low key and bright, bright pleasant, mount very nice and mother knew. I knew she had the gift..
"oshima" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"One hundred and eighty one thousand three hundred sixty one people. Died some of, them bled right how many people died on. The day of? Crystal not on the day the day of one hundred one. Hundred, I don't know what's worse one hundred or one hundred and Eighty-one thousand three hundred sixty one. It's ridiculous I can't I can't believe how they have. The Adesina to say Kristallnacht was as bad as what happened on Monday. When she married to Donald Trump oh my gosh skews his actions like that is crazy incomprehensible you know what it's probably. Better to compare it to her Oshima or Nagasaki well if. You if you're we did Okay all right all. Right, Hiroshima from, ninety to, ninety thousand Maybe thirty nine. Thousand, nine hundred thousand died on. That day on that day no not even. On. That day it was the. Next three to four. Months okay well that's not in Nagasaki it was one hundred it was eighty to one hundred forty six thousand on that day or the next four. Months next day about half of that was, that day alone so if you just take the low. Estimate it's one hundred twenty. Nine thousand people hundred and eighty one thousand died on Monday it could go, all the way up to two hundred and twenty six thousand. But that's including the next four months. How that's not right this is I. Can. MSNBC's and. Outrage stop. Underplaying how bad this really was Outraged Staff to know what to be. Outraged that's. Right don't just follow the crowd be outraged for something unique and. Different they didn't go far enough to bring up Kristallnacht and not have the AD l. all over. You, oh? Really where are? They? Really. Yeah how many times did the AD l. I don't, know come, after you know they did it on the day that I was given the defender of Israel award from Benjamin. Netanyahu they write a an anti Semite But anyway Let's let let's let's move on to a voice a blast from the past and you don't remember those signs that used to have George Bush just. Said misbehavior When I play this when I play this voice you're gonna say to yourself. No no I don't here's Barack Obama let's I've got three cuts from him let's start with him talking about his money that maintains some form of progressive taxation So much people still. Rich they're giving a little bit that to make sure that everybody else has something Universal health I should add by the way right now I'm actually actually caused by how much money. I got and let me tell you something Much as. Most of these bolts a temple Does all this. So much you can eat the bigger house you can have.
"oshima" Discussed on Ologies
"For stylistic reasons and whatever so i think we could be less dogmatic but i also think we could teach kids in the science of how language works as opposed to just to set of rules that scare them into conform e linguists tickly in if you had i to break down the difference i between ate grammar you know if been and socialized linguistics here just in like a everybody nutshell else but for i someone aim to who be like more is understanding not not of schooled the variation in at what is the that difference i encounter we so all we feel talk rather about it's weird than linguistics jumping when you dealt to the as conclusion sometimes descriptive like they oshima's know rather somebody that said is than a that ain't thing prescreen like up they active with must we're which gonna i so not will lose be not back educated put it'd be like sometimes we know people rate that's like spoke i'll the go prescriptive to look a party good ear like something thing and in i'll that's noone tell the people thing that that i'm a we linguist teach i people and think then they're we like like look i'll back you on make god know on i you have to watch must my on grammar follow around the set you of i'm ancient rules like actually texts don't end or i a am sentence and the we person with look a preposition at it we're that like you this least which is is so like meet everyone awkward to watch does your anyway grammar and so around i mean yeah because alang i'm not which is here elastic to judge so like it's going i to understand change very each changes as we use it but like why can't that be okay like why do we have these crusades about like no we have to preserve this like risk still spilling through t h r huge g h there is no reason for that over reason foreign it's julia care of yeah don't only giving started so linguists are really interested in speech but like don't get me started on writing 'cause like the writings us move english isn't nightmare if i'm imagining it makes it a harder in a harder languished a master is well yet in terms of writing rate so actually people think oh english is so hard to learn.
"oshima" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The risk of buying next to one of the world's most active volcanoes but for some the opportunity is too good to pass up and you just never think it's going to happen to you at a roadside community donation center in the town of cars coming go to drop off or pickup supplies some of the folks here like libby oshima are here because they lost everything to the lava but they're starting over here and i know what the qena is and does and could do and at the same time this places magical and she says it will always continue to be nathan route npr news pahala hawaii sad pathetic fake news of those words crept burst into your vocabulary in the past couple of years any president has an impact on public rhetoric but the influence of what i'll call trump talk derived from the president's frequent tweets maybe even more communicable short casting nicknames punchy phrases staccato sentences exclamation point scattered like bullying pins we all talk like that now even if or perhaps precisely because his tweets can be fragmented and ungrammatical they're taking the signs of antiquity from a president to reportedly tweets while watching fox and friends in his bathrobe but this week any alinsky of the boston globe reports that several west wing staffers also craft tweets for the president but they try to approximate his style by writing sentence fragments grammatical errors in capital letters that sprout seemingly by chance like dandelions intimate it is irresistible to reflect a now history might have been in livened if leaders of the past have been able to tweet in a style similar to president trump's abraham lincoln might tweet in april eighteen sixty one crooked confederates bomb sumpter not good brutus on march fifteen forty four bc or however they said bc when they couldn't have known they were bc tweet i was nowhere near caesar when he went down fast and hard in the.
"oshima" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The risk of buying next to one of the world's most active volcanoes but for some the opportunity is too good to pass up and you just never think it's going to happen to you at a roadside community donation center in the town of cars come and go to drop off or pickup supplies some of the folks here like libby oshima are here because they lost everything to the lava but they're starting over here and i know what the qena is and does and could do and at the same time this places magical and she says it will always continue to be nathan route npr news pahala hawaii sad pathetic fake news those words crept burst into your vocabulary in the past couple of years any president has an impact on public rhetoric but the influence of what i'll call trump talk derived from the president's frequent tweets maybe even more communicable short casting nicknames punchy phrases staccato sentences exclamation point scattered like bullying pins we'll talk like that now even if or perhaps precisely because his tweets can be fragmented and ungrammatical they've taken the signs of authenticity from president to reportedly tweets while watching fox and friends in his bathrobe but this week any lynch gave the boston globe reports that several west wing staffers also craft tweets for the president but they try to approximate his style by writing sentence fragments grammatical errors in capital letters that sprout seemingly by chance like dandelions in a meadow tweets that are proposed you're in his voice and unidentified staffer told the globe you wanna do it in a way that fits his style it is irresistible to reflect a now history might have been in livened if leaders of the past have been able to tweet in a style similar to president trump's abraham lincoln might tweet in april eighteen sixty one crooked confederates bomb fort sumter not good brutish on march fifteen forty four bc or however they said bc when they couldn't have known they were bc tweet i was nowhere near caesar when he went down fast and hard in the.
"oshima" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio
"Produce citrus again high on fish vegetables cooked in olive oil flavors are lighter much lighter but as you can imagine because of climate is much milder so if you lived in stem bolt today and you were reasonably well off i know there's an easily in his temple for example the people still eat traditional foods or they're going to go off for a plate of pasta and then get mexican food or you know the world's changing so talk about that yeah good question i lived in that fascinating city for twenty years it is a huge melting pot it's where east meets west and you see the best of older regional local cuisine instanbul because there's so many different communities who live in stumbled jewish them the greek at manian as what is old local folks from all round turkey will gather so they all bring their own culinary traditions but turks are quite traditional still see the influence of this sarah cousy in the palace cuisine beautiful vegetables cooked in all oil lovelace stuffed mussels would cinnamon and pine nuts and currants again you know that is influenced from the ethnic groups that lived with an ultimate empire so let let's turn to oshima's turkish table your book for a moment because i have a bunch of questions because you know slightly more about turkish cooking so the tar which is a mix it's a blend but it's also it's also an actual herb right so what is wild petar is you mentioned this summer savory of heard that before if you taste the wild herbs atar what is it taste like it city very similar to while oregon.
Syrian army splinters rebel enclave in Ghouta onslaught
"Live from NPR News in Washington on Giles Snyder, the Syrian government assault on the rebel-held enclave of eastern Gouda is continuing today with airstrikes in fierce fighting on the ground. A two largest rebel groups in eastern Kuta vowed to resist the army's offensive. But the BBC Sebastian Osher reports save lost more than half of the enclave's territory in the past couple of weeks of fighting the Syrian government since it seized move in half of eastern Gutu in this ferocious, three-week assault move in one thousand civilians have already been killed. That will move casualties of the night, is as strikes continued despite residents taking refuge in that basements. The most intense battle seems to be on the eastern edge of the area still under rebel control. This is the stronghold of one of the two main rebel groups fighting back a rough men part of the free Syrian army. There are reports that local leaders on the go, She eighteen and evacuation deal for one of the towns that final. Rodman has denied this vowing to fight on as the fighting in eastern Gouda intensifies Defense Secretary James Mattis as warning the Syrian Government against the use of chemical weapons. Mattis told reporters traveling with him in the Middle East said, he's aware of unconfirmed reports of the use of chlorine gas President Trump took his message on his tariffs. He's planning to impose on steel and aluminum imports to Pennsylvania. Steel country spoke last night in western Pennsylvania at a campaign rally M moon Township aimed at boosting the Republican candidate in Tuesday's special election for a house seat. When we start running in, Can you believe it two years from now is drawing, Give me key America, gray exclamation by Keep America. Trump spoke about the tariffs amid international concern about how they would affect the global economy. He also sounded optimistic about his potential meeting with North Korea's leader. The house will vote this week on a school safety Bill drafted in response to the Parkland school shooting. The bill supporters say it could help prevent such violence as an Pierre Susan Davis reports. The stopped school Violence Act is the first action congresses taking since the February fourteen shooting at a Florida high school left seventeen dead. The legislation does not affect gun rights. It establishes a federal grant program to train students. Teachers and other school administrators had identify and intervene when an individual shows early signs of violence, The bill's chief sponsor, Florida. Republican Congressman, John Rutherford is a former Jacksonville Sheriff. He says, the bill is intended to stop violent attacks before they can occur Utah Republican. Senator Orrin Hatch has sponsored a similar bill in the Senate, but there is no vote scheduled there yet, Susan Davis, NPR News, the capital from Washington, You're listening to NPR News. Wall Street is heading into the trading week after a rally on Friday, Steve back Noor says, the Labor Department's report at three hundred thirteen thousand jobs were added to the US economy last month was welcome news on Wall Street. It seems rumors of the bull markets demise were premature following a week in which trade war fears caused heavy selling. Investors were relieved when President Trump softened his stiff tariffs on steel and aluminum, and they were thrilled by the employment report even though non-farm payroll surged and more people entered the labour force wage gains were moderate and that helped calm Wall Street fears of aggressive Federal Reserve interest rate hikes with Friday strong finish The DOW ended the week up by three and a quarter percent The S and P's higher by three and a half and the NASDAQ by more than four percent For NPR News. I'm Steve Bucknor and Beijing today lawmakers said China's annual session of Parliament. The National People's Congress approved constitutional changes that would abolish term limits on the presidency. Nearly three thousand hand-picked delegates approved the amendment the move would allow Xi Jinping to serve as president indefinitely moving to Japan which is marking today's seventh anniversary of the earthquake that said office, who NAMI the killed more than eighteen thousand people and caused a partial meltdown of the Pook Oshima nuclear power plant at the official ceremony in Tokyo today prime minister in Prime Minister Shinzo Ave said more than seventy thousand people remain displaced. I'm trial Snyder NPR News.
"oshima" Discussed on Talk 1300 FM
"And that includes everyone from a total skeptics to conspiracy bus few think that any thing a bombshell substituted with go to come out of of whatever is is released a but again all the administration has succeeded in doing with this is to fuel speculation and i'm not going to do uh so if you've been more than the that's what we're stuck with your of this was abysmal planned the decision should have been made weeks ago okay we're going to have to do something this is in that's out as professor chambers notes that couldn't have been that hard or even if it was that it still sooner or later later you had to make a decision and looks i say that it was back in june or july or whatever you do that october was coming and you had to make up your mind again this this is baloney and the bureaucratic knob sense at its lowest level a david in creston iowa good evening david or your thanks for taking my call you will nearing that era all right contributing career grow poker and i remember all too aware on doing that he was assassinated and the aftermath of it and i wondered uh maybe uh uh johnson jonathan haber the predator care deal on i mean it was her arrival area just terrible about not being able to be the president and on the plane uh you could argue oshima smile where he took the oath of office you know era credible unusual your what he said or happy about it and i just wonder if turkey iran might have been by our oh government okay and were this test we we we had where you're coming from here i would note first of all of the only pictures i've ever seen lyndon johnson showed genuinely sad that end to end shocked end and quite frankly not sure of just how far this actually extended remember at the time it happened it was never entirely clear just how far this was supposed to go if you were trying to be had the government of the united states you need to take out a lot more people that just the president of the united states so i don't to subscribe to that in point of.
"oshima" Discussed on Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy
"Their level the problem was china there was this huge country with tens of millions of people playing table tennis who dominated the top of the world rankings and i had done embellishing to try and beat some of them some of the time my problem psychologically was was the same as what you sort of intimated that in the two thousand and five ashes when i did something really good couldn't sustain that drive and motivation other admit that i can totally relate to what's happening with leicester also as well you know i was very fortunate i played for the best team in the world for a period of time i reached in my professionals all around for a limited time probably the best in the world however genucel walk to no one got there it was next year is this what what happens i'm still saying what i've experienced it a few times i won't sit absorb me life i've always wanted oh i know i know oh and then one box i got two sets of crocodiles thinking is that a hit i'm to set up as well done and the problem is whatever i used to do i was never satisfied i think only time and growing up and i see being thankful for things of gotten is going back to is not as it's not ours is not all it is is it's going back to the most important things in your life my kids my wife my family my friends is going back to that oshima's spor i say no matter it doesn't matter but this things in life which do let's very isn't it is ropy was gonna come in with the philosophy but close in this topic of a difficult one ready because we all feel deep sympathy for any airy but does he have some accountability for the lack of cutting edge that lester of displayed the season for may never mind coming out and instagram now as in the biggest thing is that group players that those funds and that manager what it together woman woman is paid the consequence for for the ability this year not to even be midtable but in the baltin three but the same group of players a one goal away and a one clean sheet away from the core final of the european khalil but in the league the bolton three so is that the manage it is that the mentality the players because they outcast they add new contracts the add photos will will federal they went to los angeles on preseason instead of clitoral or whatever.