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President Biden Visits Seoul
"I was still covering state politics at the time in Virginia. So I didn't, I wasn't down in Florida, but I watched it like everybody else, and I do think you're right. There's some eerie similarities there. Oh my goodness, I've got tattoos from then. Because every day, it was every day was a new headline, 25 different lawsuits. David Boyce squaring off against Ted Olson, Ted Cruz down there. W are running around. James baker in town. Al Gore. It was wild that I think Pennsylvania is going that way. So Michael, the president's in Seoul, Korea. I'm just curious, how did you not draw the short straw and have to go? A lot of people think everybody loves to go on these trips. I'm not sure that's true when you're over 50.
What's New at the Weekend Box Office?
"Tell us about something that people can go see. Well, you know, again, it's a very slow weekend here. It's a very slow weekend because everybody was getting out of the way on the one hand of Doctor Strange. Two weekends ago. And coming up next weekend, of course, is Top Gun: Maverick. Top ten maverick comes out Memorial Day weekend. That's kicking off everyone is very excited for that. But I think folks were also scared of that movie. So it's another, it's another slow weekend at the box office. I went and saw this is just it's not going to be a movie you're going to want to see. I'm going to just warn you off of it right now. I don't want to get the dreaded failure to warn, but there's movie out now called men, it's a horror film. Starring Jesse Buckley as a woman who is grieving. They've lost a husband. But grieving is the wrong word. Her husband is killed himself. He was abusive and she was going to divorce him and he threatened to kill himself and then he went through with it. And the whole movie is essentially, I didn't hate it exactly, but I was vaguely exasperated about it because it is what it feels like is sitting through an argument on Twitter where people talk about in the kind of broadest Twitter terms like the problems with men. What's wrong with men? That's basically the subtitle of this movie. Men. What's wrong with them?
Gas Prices Reach Record Highs, Again
"A new marker yesterday gas is hit $4 a gallon in all 50 states. In California, $6 and 29 cents a gallon for regular. I'm thinking about someone stuck on the 55 and the 91 coming in from Marino valley over to the coast or someone coming down from Santa Barbara or the one O one into LA and certainly those very long commutes up into the city or Silicon Valley, $6 and 29 cents a gallon. You know, yesterday, Joe Biden invoked the defense production act for baby formula to make it easier to make baby formula. I think he should invoke the defense production act to make more gasoline. Does anyone ask him that in the press corps I'll ask Michael to share that. You know, it was a big deal. The DNP, the DPA, defense production act for baby formula. Why not the DPA for gasoline?
President Biden Signs Ukraine Aid Bill
"The United States Senate passed the president has signed the $40 billion in aid to Ukraine. U.S. missiles are being considered for sale to European allies, harpoon missiles that could end the Black Sea blockade of Ukrainian wheat that the entire country needs. The Pentagon official told The New York Times that Russian troops have been forced to fight in smaller formations in the eastern area of Ukraine known as the Donbass because they're getting shattered by western artillery that's arrived just imagine if we had done this last year. It might have deterred everything, the stock market nastiness would have not happened.
Mitch McConnell Blames FDA for Formula Shortage
"I want to play for you one clip for sure. Leader McConnell yesterday was on with Brett fair last night and talking about the baby formula shortage, and he said, but I've been telling you for days, but I like it when the leader tells it to Brett bear on special report, cut number 28. Almost total incompetence. They misjudge us from the beginning. It's not a matter of money, the FDA has a $6 billion budget. They could certainly take care of the so called appropriation in the house that they just passed at 28 million. Bureaucratic incompetence, the administration was behind the curve. FDA needed to step up their game and hopefully will solve this problem very quickly.
Mail in Ballots Could Determine Outcome of PA Primary
"Who's going if you had to bet your house right now? Who's going to be the Republican nominee for the Pennsylvania Senate seat? Oh boy, we go from brown's playoff eyes to an even harder question. What I want to know, I don't mean to duck your question, but literally what we are trying to figure out this morning is how many mail in ballots need to be counted. And my answer depends on when we can get that question answered. Because McCormick has been leading mehmet Oz in the mail in ballots by about 9 points. So there's the potential there if there's enough of them that he could overtake on that. But we're trying to nail down how many there are. And there's a great idea. What's the minimum number of them that are out there, do you think? So what we think is what, in terms of yesterday morning, we got to count from the state in terms of returned Republican mail in ballots. And as of right now, there are about 20,000 fewer of those counted than there were returned as of yesterday. So I think it's reasonable that there's about 20,000 of those.
Kathy Barnette Is the Only PA Candidate to Respond to Show Invite
"Because who cares who I endorse I mean I'm serious Who cares I treat you you know the same way I would be expected to be treated when I was a consumer of cable news and talk radio As a responsible thinking adult it's my job to tell you who to vote for As I said I can tell you who I like but who cares who I like It's who you like that matters What is it I mean really I think people in this business tend to overinflate their own egos This is my guy and your guy sucks Folks I'm not getting into that I say that though because I don't say this in trying to attack anyone but we put out on the air Last week Jim early last week or late last week before I don't know it was just recently I said to the Pennsylvania Senate candidates on the air that listen I'm not you know it's not self praise It's just a fact This is one of the largest radio shows in the country Especially in this hour In this 12 to three in this block it's enormous I mean it can make a real difference So we put out on the air and I said to the candidates mehmet Oz and Kathy Barnett and David McCormick I said you know you're all a welcome on the show Please reach out to Jim Jim will reach out Jim did his due diligence on it reached out found out some contact info reached out on social media and other ways And the only one who got back to us which I think is really campaign malfeasance I promised and I gave him my word on the air They'd be fair interviews for everyone I'm not looking to hurt anyone It was a candidate myself I know what it's like to be blindsided by people looking to hurt you and not being not being candid And the only one who got back to us was Kathy Barnett
Who Is the Front Runner in the PA Senate Primary?
"Is Dave McCormick going to be able to win with a closing kick tomorrow in the Pennsylvania GOP Senate primary as I have judged him the only Republican capable of beating John fetterman in the fall. Well, you're right. He is the only candidate to beat fetterman in the poll. I don't know, did you see yesterday to John fetterman have stroke? I did. I saw this morning his comments that he's fully recovered and no mental damage. And that is good news. Yeah, I chatted with, yeah, he's fine. But anyways, so I had thought all along that McCormick would pull it out, even when Trump endorsed Oz, even when Trump came in and held his rally, which had less than a thousand people at it. And but then he went scorched earth on McCormick. And when he went scorched earth on the cormick, Oz rally was used that as an ad in the net drove up McCormick's negatives, which he had barely any that made Barnett run and she rose up last week, like an insurgent candidate tends to do, but I think she peaked Wednesday and started to fall under the scrutiny.
Trump scrambles to fend off Oz challenger in Pa. Senate race
"Donald Donald Donald Donald Trump Trump Trump Trump is is is is issuing issuing issuing issuing a a a a warning warning warning warning to to to to Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania voters voters voters voters amid amid amid amid some some some some surprising surprising surprising surprising turns turns turns turns leading leading leading leading up up up up to to to to the the the the may may may may seventeenth seventeenth seventeenth seventeenth primary primary primary primary the the the the former former former former president president president president says says says says only only only only his his his his pick pick pick pick can can can can win win win win the the the the full full full full Senate Senate Senate Senate race race race race against against against against the the the the likely likely likely likely democratic democratic democratic democratic nominee nominee nominee nominee in in in in Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania he he he he went went went went out out out out I I I I would would would would say say say say on on on on a a a a land land land land with with with with Mehmet Mehmet Mehmet Mehmet oz oz oz oz political political political political science science science science professor professor professor professor Chris Chris Chris Chris Borich Borich Borich Borich at at at at Muhlenberg Muhlenberg Muhlenberg Muhlenberg college college college college says says says says the the the the GOP GOP GOP GOP primary primary primary primary had had had had been been been been mostly mostly mostly mostly a a a a costly costly costly costly duel duel duel duel between between between between oz oz oz oz and and and and former former former former hedge hedge hedge hedge fund fund fund fund CEO CEO CEO CEO David David David David McCormick McCormick McCormick McCormick but but but but black black black black conservative conservative conservative conservative and and and and Christian Christian Christian Christian commentator commentator commentator commentator Kathy Kathy Kathy Kathy Burnett Burnett Burnett Burnett has has has has been been been been surging surging surging surging in in in in the the the the polls polls polls polls in in in in a a a a statistical statistical statistical statistical dead dead dead dead heat heat heat heat with with with with McCormick McCormick McCormick McCormick at at at at an an an an office office office office part part part part of of of of that that that that is is is is that that that that over over over over the the the the last last last last three three three three months months months months McCormick McCormick McCormick McCormick in in in in awes awes awes awes have have have have gone gone gone gone after after after after each each each each other other other other and and and and with with with with extensive extensive extensive extensive ad ad ad ad campaigns campaigns campaigns campaigns that that that that are are are are really really really really attacked attacked attacked attacked their their their their weaknesses weaknesses weaknesses weaknesses Barnett Barnett Barnett Barnett has has has has a a a a history history history history of of of of statements statements statements statements hostile hostile hostile hostile to to to to Muslims Muslims Muslims Muslims and and and and the the the the LGBTQ LGBTQ LGBTQ LGBTQ plus plus plus plus community community community community but but but but benefits benefits benefits benefits from from from from an an an an ad ad ad ad campaign campaign campaign campaign from from from from the the the the anti anti anti anti tax tax tax tax club club club club for for for for growth growth growth growth as as as as well well well well as as as as endorsements endorsements endorsements endorsements from from from from Catholic Catholic Catholic Catholic vote vote vote vote in in in in the the the the anti anti anti anti abortion abortion abortion abortion Susan Susan Susan Susan B. B. B. B. Anthony Anthony Anthony Anthony list list list list I'm I'm I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer king king king king
PA’s Lt. Gov John Fetterman Doesn't Want Any Limits on Abortion
"Cut 64, the lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania, John fetterman, says he wants to eliminate the filibuster to codify abortion of any limitations. I don't believe there should be any limits to abortion play cut 64. To make sure that we codify women's reproductive freedom in law to make sure that even if the Supreme Court does go down that road and eliminate or revoke roe V wade that we already existing codify that into law. Are there any limits on abortion you would find appropriate? I don't believe so. No. That guy's a psychopath. He's a weird dude. So he looks like a trucker. He looks like a coal miner, but he talks like a 20 year old non binary gender social justice activist from drexel. It's the weirdest thing. It's like you look at him, he looks like a muscular labor guy, like he's going to be working in the mines, like fracking in like central Pennsylvania, like an Altoona, Pennsylvania guy. And he starts talking as if he's like a college professor. It's the weirdest thing.
Energy agency: 'Radical action' needed to hit climate goals
"The international renewable energy agency says the world must take radical action to shift away from fossil fuels Francesco let Kamera the director general of Irena says nations should invest five point seven trillion dollars annually in solar wind and other forms of clean power this decade to ensure the global warming doesn't pas stages thresholds of the measures proposed in the three hundred forty eight page report on the global energy transition include improving energy efficiency increasing electrification capturing carbon emissions and expanding the use of hydrogen gas I'm Charles de Ledesma
Get to Know Carla Sands, Running for U.S. Senate in PA
"You couldn't have been nicer and kinder You weren't ambassador tell everybody Sure Well first Mark I'd like to share the thoughts with you and your listeners that I'm a pro life pro First Amendment pro Second Amendment America first constitutional conservative businesswoman and mom And I was it was the honor of my lifetime to serve as president Trump's ambassador to the kingdom of Denmark And as a matter of fact meeting you there in Jerusalem with our what president Trump did moving our embassy there to Jerusalem our great ambassador David Friedman who endorsed my campaign it was quite quite an event and to be there with prime minister Netanyahu But I was able to do great things while I was the ambassador in Denmark We were able to increase U.S. exports over 43% while I was there so we created thousands of jobs here at home We also were able to secure the high north from Russia and China And the Department of Defense gave me their highest civilian honor for that work to counter Russia and China
Russian Fighter Jets Got Dangerously Close to US Navy Aircraft
"So admiral civilian you here at Caesar's story. A couple of P 8s, which I understand to be an aircraft that does surveillance. Get buzzed by some Russian fighters within 5 feet. It's called unprofessional and dangerous by The Pentagon. All right, tell me what happens if that goes from unprofessional and dangerous to a crisis where a Russian fighter takes out a PA. You have put your finger on my greatest concern, which is a miscalculation that occurs in the middle of this strategic confrontation that lights off a conflagration. A P 8 is a big lumbering 7 57 like aircraft that is used to hunt submarines and to do broad area surveillance. Very capable, very new, very precise in their air handling abilities. This buzzing incident is high stakes, dangerous, it could be that spark that hits a pool of gasoline.
Biden heads to PA to talk infrastructure as bridge collapses
"President president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden is is is is heading heading heading heading to to to to Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh to to to to pushes pushes pushes pushes infrastructure infrastructure infrastructure infrastructure package package package package just just just just hours hours hours hours after after after after a a a a bridge bridge bridge bridge collapsed collapsed collapsed collapsed in in in in the the the the city city city city the the the the president president president president will will will will speak speak speak speak just just just just two two two two miles miles miles miles from from from from where where where where a a a a two two two two lane lane lane lane steel steel steel steel bridge bridge bridge bridge went went went went down down down down there there there there were were were were no no no no deaths deaths deaths deaths but but but but the the the the dramatic dramatic dramatic dramatic event event event event offers offers offers offers a a a a striking striking striking striking example example example example of of of of what what what what he he he he often often often often calls calls calls calls the the the the nation's nation's nation's nation's crumbling crumbling crumbling crumbling roads roads roads roads and and and and bridges bridges bridges bridges Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania lieutenant lieutenant lieutenant lieutenant governor governor governor governor John John John John Fetterman Fetterman Fetterman Fetterman calls calls calls calls the the the the collapse collapse collapse collapse a a a a wake wake wake wake up up up up call call call call that that that that infrastructure infrastructure infrastructure infrastructure investments investments investments investments are are are are needed needed needed needed yet yet yet yet he he he he and and and and another another another another leading leading leading leading Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat on on on on the the the the statewide statewide statewide statewide ballot ballot ballot ballot this this this this spring spring spring spring are are are are claiming claiming claiming claiming scheduling scheduling scheduling scheduling conflicts conflicts conflicts conflicts and and and and will will will will not not not not attend attend attend attend today's today's today's today's event event event event with with with with the the the the president president president president whose whose whose whose approval approval approval approval ratings ratings ratings ratings are are are are down down down down sharply sharply sharply sharply Democrats Democrats Democrats Democrats in in in in other other other other states states states states have have have have also also also also started started started started distancing distancing distancing distancing themselves themselves themselves themselves Sager Sager Sager Sager Meg Meg Meg Meg Downie Downie Downie Downie Washington Washington Washington Washington
Key Pa. Dems to miss Biden visit, cite scheduling conflicts
"Hi hi hi hi Mike Mike Mike Mike Rossi Rossi Rossi Rossi a a a a reporting reporting reporting reporting with with with with president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden visiting visiting visiting visiting Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania today today today today a a a a couple couple couple couple of of of of top top top top Democrats Democrats Democrats Democrats are are are are skipping skipping skipping skipping the the the the event event event event president president president president Joe Joe Joe Joe Biden Biden Biden Biden travels travels travels travels to to to to western western western western Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania today today today today White White White White House House House House press press press press secretary secretary secretary secretary Jen Jen Jen Jen Psaki Psaki Psaki Psaki I'll I'll I'll I'll be be be be talking talking talking talking about about about about how how how how far far far far we've we've we've we've come come come come in in in in getting getting getting getting our our our our economy economy economy economy moving moving moving moving again again again again making making making making more more more more right right right right here here here here in in in in America America America America and and and and ensuring ensuring ensuring ensuring all all all all workers workers workers workers benefit benefit benefit benefit with with with with Biden's Biden's Biden's Biden's approval approval approval approval ratings ratings ratings ratings down down down down sharply sharply sharply sharply in in in in recent recent recent recent months months months months two two two two of of of of three three three three leading leading leading leading Democrats Democrats Democrats Democrats on on on on Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania statewide statewide statewide statewide ballot ballot ballot ballot this this this this spring spring spring spring aren't aren't aren't aren't attending attending attending attending the the the the event event event event at at at at Carnegie Carnegie Carnegie Carnegie Mellon Mellon Mellon Mellon University University University University lieutenant lieutenant lieutenant lieutenant governor governor governor governor John John John John Fetterman Fetterman Fetterman Fetterman who's who's who's who's running running running running for for for for U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. Senate Senate Senate Senate and and and and state state state state Attorney Attorney Attorney Attorney General General General General Josh Josh Josh Josh Shapiro Shapiro Shapiro Shapiro who who who who could could could could be be be be the the the the democratic democratic democratic democratic nominee nominee nominee nominee for for for for governor governor governor governor are are are are citing citing citing citing scheduling scheduling scheduling scheduling conflicts conflicts conflicts conflicts and and and and skipping skipping skipping skipping the the the the event event event event earlier earlier earlier earlier this this this this month month month month Democrats Democrats Democrats Democrats Stacey Stacey Stacey Stacey Abrams Abrams Abrams Abrams a a a a leading leading leading leading candidate candidate candidate candidate for for for for governor governor governor governor in in in in Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia also also also also get get get get the the the the chance chance chance chance to to to to appear appear appear appear with with with with Biden Biden Biden Biden Mike Mike Mike Mike Rossi Rossi Rossi Rossi out out out out Washington Washington Washington Washington
Booker, Paul lead Suns past depleted Jazz, 115-109
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Big Corporations Benefit From Marxist Vaccination Policies
"Get back to or get fired That's how we get things done And something that we can all agree is that COVID is bad for business Bad for people Actually here's the great irony Here's a great irony of that particular statement That happens to be Bill de Blasio on his way out of office but not before he's done maximum damage to New York City by putting the vax mandate for businesses in place today You have a lot of businesses that have prospered during the pandemic don't you Here's the great irony behind the dictatorial policies The Marxist policies of the left during the course of this pandemic But de Blasio just said that's not true at all All you have to do is go to take a look at some stock prices Of many very large companies often in technology perhaps in healthcare that have just thrived Ever since the pandemic began And one of the many reasons why they thrived well what happens when you have local businesses say in New York City or anywhere USA They get the screws taken to them What happens with demand that otherwise would go to those smaller companies To mom pa does it not get displaced and go elsewhere and so do you not say for example big technology companies incidentally right in line with the overall politics and philosophy of the Marxist Democrats in Washington today
Repairing history: Pompeii frescoes to be reassembled by robots
"Agent agent Pompey Pompey frescoes frescoes are are said said to to be be painstakingly painstakingly put put back back together together by by artificial artificial intelligence intelligence and and robots robots some some of of the the frescoes frescoes were were damaged damaged during during the the eruption eruption of of mount mount Vesuvius Vesuvius and and Pompeii Pompeii in in seventy seventy nine nine AD AD and and then then shattered shattered as as a a result result of of bombing bombing in in World World War War two two Marcello Marcello pelo pelo at at carp carp Oskari Oskari university university in in Venice Venice as as the the robots robots can can scanned scanned broken broken fragments fragments of of frescoes frescoes in in this this project project we we want want to to focus focus on on very very large large frescoes frescoes frescoes frescoes that that no no human human being being can can actually actually solve solve can can actually actually reconstruct reconstruct Arianna Arianna trip trip vaguely vaguely with with the the I. I. T. T. center center for for cultural cultural heritage heritage technology technology says says they they have have to to work work around around these these large large objects objects it it is is like like to to have have the the cover cover of of the the box box out out containing containing a a pas pas are are you you ever ever read read the the instructions instructions on on what what you you will will stay stay the the second second one one would would be be much much much much harder harder because because we we do do not not have have that that the the box box the the robots robots will will be be able able to to see see what what the the naked naked eye eye can can no no longer longer observe observe on on the the pieces pieces I'm I'm a a Donahue Donahue
"pa" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show
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"pa" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show
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"pa" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show
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"pa" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show
"Of hurricane dealing with someone that daniel levy he should have never ever let get acquainted with the head of gentlemen's agreement. They shook on. It should have been something that was paper in black and white on the signed his contract in two thousand eighteen that. Here's my price. I want to kind of agree with the club with if a big club. Outside in the top four serie comes in for me and they make this bid to medicate triggers my bill to negotiate with them directly. That should have been done in black and white. What top players do. But i think at that time you know. He probably was a bit nostalgic about the idea of finishing his career taught them before. Put schettino is gonna stay forever and ever things are looking up. You know whatever it may be but in terms of thinking long term and maybe that's just a fallacy of a football player in missouri. The most smartest people in the world but sometimes know the bigger the player especially high profile. They are the more of like a brand new tree. It has so they have people around them. You can kind of spec out long-term vision of how they want. They create a goal and ending effectively. But this is maybe a consequential supposedly hurricanes go bra did agent. This is probably a consequence of it when you put your bra dealing with your business dealings and your property buffer smart as each other. Which isn't that smart. This is where you of get huntington's position where you accept a really high. You know a really kind of lucrative contracts etc. Which i'm sure. He's only potential always earning weekly earnings up. In the high two hundred thousands maybe even four hundred thousands of tottenham which is a really high wage for that level of a club which is obviously a good bump from what he was on previously. But then when it comes to trying to wayne trophies and get to the point where he wants to be remembered as a legend all-time grana premier league. He's had a position where he's basically being held hostage tournament till he's contract runs down and spurs officials to sell them because they know they could never rebuy anybody of that level of quality again right..
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"Hands out of all the people to do if i think he put more. Maybe you maybe english football. Let's tickling is the most difficult to deal with. And if you think of the history of star plays for tottenham them wherever it was luca mud-ridden or gareth bale or debater. Berbatov way place decided to go on. Strike do anything. He's kind of gone obvious way to be even more vindictive and kind of stole the delays of the transfers obviously eventually will those plays left. But he's going to have his way to make it very difficult for them to leave. And i think he's set from the very onset he didn't want didn't want to solve coke in the first place and it would take a stupid of affirm together klabin think didn't they try traffic mencia. Someone try to offer like one hundred meals something in that kind of and he basically turned it down said none no chance so he'd rather kind of let the place run on his contract. Then those elam go and like. I said it's really annoying. Because the difference in the response from the press has been so stock if you compare it to help treat and if again just kind of just thinking fear ethically here if brame styling did the same thing as what hurricane is doing now just imagine what the press is will be saying or the media. Speci- place papers at the silent stuff. If you end up doing our daily marriages be absolute pandemonium. So this house has the following hurricane contractor fails to show up to trading again amid muncie heat transfer request also transfer interest hurricanes. I show up. It's something i'm trading grabbed a second row. Juju returned to help. Spur monday falling assure holiday speculations future governors pace became did not report for pre-season training and was also absent on tuesday morning. Two days in a row is understood. Talking about disappointed with cain's actions and are set to find him borrwed indicators. Planning to return this weekend. So he's told them he's going on strike for a week. He's going to have fun on the weekend. Which obviously is a benefit only given to the best players at the club. Ray best player. He's the most important play. Does anybody else right. If you if this is serge oriented probably tell you to stay where you are and terminate your contract. You know they give him the kind of grace in order to do sir. And then he continue scuffle exclusively. You're a may that qena toast but you went to lead the some above sea mentioned and chelsea's opposable interested at the gym that you made one hundred million bid for seasons primarily going to win a kenya's valued of up to one hundred twenty million makina keep him despite the strike believing he has gentlemen's agreement. Then you levy and david lies the issue the two followed number off at one hundred million for him last season and taught him obviously turned it down the reason being for the most part. Is that if you're not familiar in football scoring goals is one of the hardest things to do and finding go scores. You can score. Those goals for a various amounts of teams to play is also very very hard and for whatever reason nowadays seems to be one of the most hardest time to find quality strikers as a drought in real top level strikers..
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"Here in slight changes. They're also as y'all know from listening to me several years on the podcast here. On the huge star trek fan star trek franchise is famous for its mirror. Universe whenever you see fiction showing an evil counterpart duplicate they have a goatee because of star treks. First foray into the mirror. Universe that it created and spock of course had a goatee. So you see that as a trope both in comedic ways sending it up so to speak and in real ways to signify that. Oh something's different here. All that to say is there any real world credibility to this. Well i did look it up and it gets very complicated depending on where you look. But the website ex employees dot com does a good job breaking it down for. I won't presume people like you. But at least for people like me now on the subject of parallel universes i of course mentioned star trek and that is one of the most famous uses of the parallel universe. But you know in fiction. It's very prevalent Another big fan of my national all know from listening to podcast over. The years is dc comics. Right superman batman wonder woman and crisis on infinite or says a big event and that was created to kind of explain why you different versions of different characters. Very clever us. And that is what creators do and fictional worlds to kind of us in universe reasoning for. Why there's you know why the thirties batman is different than the eighties batman. For example there is a very interesting story called crisis on tourists where the justice league of our earth. The again the superman batman roman comes into conflict with a crime syndicate on earth. Three in that as ultraman almond superwoman etc etc. An element is the real villain of the piece because he comes to the conclusion that if they're truly are and every choice you make is made differently by another you on another earthy only choice that has any consequences if you decide just to destroy the entire universe which is of course something. The justice league must stop. But it's something interesting to think about. Now it's an evil thought whether it's a warped logic to it now excuse my comic book tangent there but i guess my point is don't be like an element even if there are theoretical other us out there making other choices. This is the reality we live. These are the people you interact with. This is the world we exist in. We can't jump between them and that's probably for the best right. There were reasons why even if these theoretical other dimensions exist there are barriers between them and i mentioned fringe that show explores what have we can cross them and what dangerous come from crossing over to other dimensions. So there you have it just know that despite whatever theoretical other versions of you exist making theoretical choices. The choices you make here are really matter. So in the end game seems to slip back into his own reality which is a weak point for me honestly in the episode the mechanisms of how he had transverse through dimensions or never quite explained so i prefer a little more hard scifi because as we mentioned earlier this is taking a very realistic approach to its science more akin to the martian than interstellar to use that example again so for him to sco to his ship which throughout the episode by the way the government had been studying it and realized it was slightly different just like gains himself but he goes to the ship and he just blinks out of the alternate dimension. He'd been in return shulman spaceship. Now we do get the indication that the other him was experiencing something similar because he came across on the radar here on earth so he has his own twilight zone adventure in store for him but as we close out robbery gains. He returns home to a house without a white picket fence to wife. Who kisses him with joy in does not drawback and a daughter who recognize him as her daddy because there was a very emotional beat earlier in the episode where on the parallel earth barbara gains asked his daughter. Who am i and she says. I don't know in here. He asks her who am i. And she says you're my daddy in all is well in the twilight. So who something something happened. I know you're not gonna believe this. I'm not absolutely certain that i believe in myself. There's another dimension. I don't know how it exists where it exists but there's another world parallel to our same people same places most of the same chronology of events except now and then there's something a little bit different i. Do you know all this. Because i was there general. I was there for almost a week. It's impossible we only lost for about six hours. We had contact with you all the rest of the time. I can't help that sir. During that six hour. I lived out a week. Doing what looking at our counterparts looking at us us us as we exist in a parallel world. One that exists alongside but which we can't see the world i stumbled into. I don't know how some kind of space time continuum some warpage there's a doorway there somewhere into it. It exists now. The twilight zone companion by mark. Scott secre has been my number one resource for all things twilight zone. Since i was a kid. You've heard me recount many times. Here on the podcast. How i used to sit on the floor of the bookstore peruse through it and then one day my dad finally bought it and then we had it and he since passed it on to me. So i have a worn copy of the twilight zone. Companion that i reference throughout this podcast and mark scott secre and i are in step with many many things but i must say not on this episode because in summary he had this to say about the parallel. Although an interesting concept the parallel suffers from flat acting particularly in the lead as a result what might have been as engrossing as and when the sky was opened. never generates much energy. And i disagree This episode takes that wonderful conceit that and when the sky was open had that sometimes when we step out of order nature intended where we should be. We are stepping into things. We don't understand. The rules exists that we cannot comprehend but it takes it in a different direction. And what secre calls flat. I call realistic again. The martian comparison to interstellar for example. This is the whole point. Surly is building a story on what has recently become science fact in the nineteen sixties and adding an extra layer to it. It's not about creating a world that is so different to our own that gains notices it straight away. It's about the small things it's about the small decisions that we make creating small waves in these other realities and the big decisions that we make making bigger waves and the performances aren't flat either. Jacqueline scott pitches performance perfectly. Sometimes the wife waiting for her husband to come home other times scared of who the man is. Who did come home in. Steve forrest isn't fight either in an episode that is building upon the reality of what's going on in space travel time. He is more aligned with a genuine astronaut than the kind of astronauts you hear on radio programs like dimension excellent sometimes even the twilight zone where the space travelers are more like ham and eggs. Working guys you'd have fixing your car than actual astronauts if you look up any of the real life astronauts this episode. Mentions and look at what they went on to do. They often went into politics. You'll see that they're aligned with this betrayal the respectable clean cut upstanding american hero type so for me. This is everything that i want from a season for twilight zone many movie. It meets expectations. But i m too and while. I love win. Sterling is writing a story that has something to say morally about the world we live in. I absolutely love when he just tries to tell a strange tale to he uses his running. Time well here and while sure you could trend some scenes out here and there that's true of most things. There's no filler. Just a gradual building of injury. And i do want to speak briefly on what has been amusing habit of the twilight zone. Something that could be described as the improper escalation of stakes for example one of my favorite episodes as you all know a world of difference and in that episode the main character finds himself in a world where the life he thought was real was actually a movie and after discovering that his wife and daughter don't exist he calls his place of work and that is the escalation discovering that he's in a different reality similarly to walking distance. The main character martin sloane sees his mother and father who've been dead for years and it doesn't hit him. What has happened until he sees a neighbor. Working on a brand new nineteen thirty so ford model teeth and this improper escalation of stakes is just. You know it's part you have to tell the story in a certain beat. We act one to act three especially in short television. I understand the structure but it is interesting to see the order of events. Clearly senior dead parents should be the signifier to you that something is amiss here not a teenager with a brand new car but he says they just finished last month. But it's twenty years in the past or like in a world of difference where i worked there. I've worked there for twenty years when it's already been established that his wife and daughter do not nor does his home so all that to say i wanted to call out and give credit to this episode for having more logical escalation of the reveals of the magnitude of differences in the reality that robert gains finds himself in because even in those other episodes. I mentioned there's not a parallel universe reality but they are different reality of a kind perhaps. It's the hour-long format. Obviously the story cannot unravel in the same kind of way in a half hour time timeslot as a candidate our time slot so here i feel that they have cracked that mold of the sometimes as i said amusing in proper order of stakes in the esscalation the information of the character discovers this is an episode like most four season episodes. I don't revisit very often. But revisiting it. Again for the podcast. It has exceeded my memory and is a very solid four seasons story. I feel and a lingering thought in the mind of the viewer about all the crossroads every day every day and the decision that we have to make this sodas is a reminder to try and make the best decision so that the version of you was living the best live. The best life is this. I'm not vain. The version living living in the parallel major robert gained a ladder. Dave voyager district turn from an adventure admitted to you without any recommendations to believe what disbelief you can accept or reject your beige your money. And you takes your choice but credulous or incredulous. Don't bother to ask anyone for proof that could happen. The obligations are reverse challenge that this happens to be the twilight zone. Thanks listening to the twilight zone podcast. Now let's go over to rod sterling to find out what's coming up next. A new author joins the ranks of the twilight zone crew. When john fury junior gives us several stunningly new twist to a classic character. In i dream of jeannie join howard morris patricia barry and lowering smith as they take their trip into the twilight son. Who who who expect then who. I'm gonna genie lamp. That's who aladdin magic the whole bit. If if you are the genie than i must be the master of the lamp. Big deal master the lamp all right. You got yourself a free wish. I can't believe it anything. I want the whole world anything..
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"Mass experiment here. Perhaps he's gone to space and been infected or overcome by something he might not even know it but he's a ticking time bomb waiting for an alien presence to emerge and again this idea of humanity going somewhere where it shouldn't in coming back altered. Somehow this is an idea that is very prevalent in science fiction especially of this era now as any good twilight zone fans you know William shatner who stars in two episodes of course goes onto stars. Captain kirk in star trek. He was in an episode of the outer limits. Called cold hands warm heart and it's a similar idea. it's about an astronaut. He goes into space he. Black saudi comes back is different now. He's going on under physical changes but there is a tension there between him and his wife and more recently. There was the nineteen ninety nine film. The astronaut's wife starring johnny depp and trolleys therein Johnny depp plays an astronaut. Who goes into space. His mission loses communication with the earth. He comes back. The wife suspects there might not be something right with him etcetera etcetera again these stories in very different places but it shows you how this is a good jumping off point for any kind of science fiction and getting back to the episode hand. I feel that we've talked a lot about throughout all of our episodes here in season for as you guys have not been listening all season. There's all this talk of season for too long. And so on and here we have an episode where i feel sterling uses that time really well he puts all these possibilities out there for the audience to pick up on and you don't know if he's been replaced by an alien or perhaps but influenced by one like those other stories i mention but then we get to that halfway point twist a very strange collection of delusions white picket fence story his own rank and the last thing he said was he doubted very much. If president kennedy would pin any medals on president who kennedy someone named john kennedy. Who's john kennedy. Someone who colonel gains is decided as president of the united states. And i share your bewilderment. I never heard of him either. So i really liked this use of the halfway. Twist by sterling. This is the point. Where an episode like third from the sun would end the point where you realize that everything. You've just watched you were watching from the wrong perspective. We've been doing it from the point of view that everything else was the same but he was different when in fact he is the constant news and we have this twist revealed. They're still a good twenty minutes left in the episode to go because they have told this story the length of a non season four twilight zone. Maybe but i think this is a fascinating way of telling a twilight zone story. What happens after the reveal. There's so many seasons one two three and five episodes where there's this massive twist and you say well what next and in the season four episodes for better or for ricin times. We get to see what happens next. Just told me is fantastic. How can you possibly credible and credible. I helped build that spacecraft. I know it very well and this one. It's not the same one we send off. It's almost a twin to the very last nut and bolt but it's simply not the same spacecraft so different vehicle almost as if came out of the same old every now on it and the wiring and.
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"So this is the scene where gains kisses his wife. We see that when they kiss. Helen backs away. They can reason away all of the other strange things that have happened since robert has come back when they kiss chief feels that something is different. It's as if she's kissing another man more granite recalls this about the scene quote. Censorship was so strict at that time we tried something that was a shade too subtle. But basically i didn't want him to find out. He was on the wrong planet until he went to bed with the woman he thought was his wife. The sexual habits were different. There's a suggestion of it. But it's insufficient. Unless you're looking for it. I don't think you'll find it so. Let's take a little detour here. That is a quote from producer brick it but as we know when the great buck health and left the twilight zone after season. Three the producer. That took over was herbert hirschman now. He produced season for up until printer's devil but that had an associate producer. Murray goldman on it to then the next episode. No time like the past dozen credit. Herbert hirschman producer. Just murray goldman as associate producer. And then for this episode. We have. Burt granted now. Greenwich is significant to the twilight zone because he produced the time element. Which was that back. Door twilight zone pilot that appeared on the west house. Does luke playhouse. But what happened. Heard hirschman well on january first nineteen sixty three his contract with cbs expired. And at the same time he received an offer from her broadcasting who had he'd worked with on playhouse ninety and broadcast wanted. Hershman is the producer of the show. They were putting on in london. And hirshman says this in the twilight zone companion quote the opportunity of going to europe. I never lived or worked there before superseded by interest in doing another three or four twilight.
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"First broadcast on march fourteenth. Nineteen sixty three written by rod sterling and directed by alan crossland. Junior again one of our more straightforward and slightly x. positional sterling opening narrations. But one that. I think is giving me a vibe of a cousin of this episode and win. The sky was opened one. That suggesting that this is another episode about people stepping into the unknown starting to prod at the rules of the universe that we really shouldn't be putting at and while that isn't necessarily true. I feel that is a canny piece of misdirection by filling. That we'll come back to you later on so once again. Now we're pretty far down the road and the twilight zone for season out of five so some of our long director leaving and some new blood is coming on board tonight director. Alan across a junior makes his twilight zone debut. and he's going to stick around for four episodes. This is his only season. Four episode. But he'll return season five with the episodes. The old man cave. The seventh has made about phantoms. And rigging girl ring a dean. Now there isn't a huge amount of information or trivia about him out there seventy three directing credits doesn't seem like a lot on i'm db but when you consider that those credits are the count of the individual series names and within those multiple episodes of each of those series. That is a lot for example. He direct twenty two episodes of bat. Masterson and nineteen episodes of peter gunn sixteen episodes of alfred hitchcock presents and even a couple of episodes of the outer limits so his career spans decades and through the seventies and eighties. He directed episodes a favorite site. Six million dollar man. The bionic woman wonder woman and the fall so while this might not be a man who you can hold up an award. Winning movie is proof of his worth. I guess what we need to remember is that he was a hard-working director who put in that time. In the trenches making those bread-and-butter popular shows that everyone was enjoying at the time so he might not have been a marquee name but he was a man who made a lot of people. Happy now when we first meet major robert gains. He's rather awkwardly being helped into horizontal molding chair. That appears to be helping him acclimate to that position for when he's in the ship. But the episode has this quite somber tone to it in the music is a ticking clock and signaling exactly where we are in the story of these people it's not unique to attributed spaces that time before anything in life that makes us nervous or anxious for pretty much. All the preparations are made but all its to do is wait so we make some small talk and have those last minute conversations. I think they have so does a good job of making us experienced this period with robert gates odd feeling be moving around the earth for week. It's progress gus. Grissom win three hundred and two miles. Glenn made three orbits sharon handle six. And you bobby boy are gonna go round and round and when you come back down and maybe we'll be that much closer to filing claims moore scott so let's take a minute and look at where the seeds of this episode came from. Because you know. The twilight zone is over sixty years old and because of how much time has passed. It's easy to look at this as yet another episode that features an astronaut or astronauts. But actually we compare it to something like death ship or allergy. The is presenting us with much more of a realistic view. Space travel and you know. This is a kindle today. You know you look at a movie like the martian right which is very grounded in science. As opposed to something like say interstellar because even with christopher nolan's grounded take on material throughout all his films That is a little more fantastical. The reason this is the case in this episode is because it comes off the back of very real world events at the time. Let's just listen to get into a colonel katcher. Said earlier on gus grissom went three hundred two miles. Glenn may three over. Its shero handle six. And you bobby boy going to go round and round. So this was an age where science fiction was becoming science fact and serlin was sequel sequencing these real life achievements by american astronauts. Gus grissom was the pilot of the second. Us manned spaceflight on the liberty bell seven and on july twenty first nineteen sixty one in the break between season two. In three of the twilight zone the libertyville seven took a sub orbital flight. That lasted fifteen minutes and thirty seven seconds then on february twentieth nineteen sixty two right between the first airings of piano in the house and the last rites of jeff myrtle bank john glenn became the first american to orbit the earth when he circled the globe three times four hours and fifty six minutes side. Note alan shepherd. He gets no respect because he was the first american space. We did an orbit the earth so everybody talks about john glen but i gotta shout out to alan shepherd here. So he's like the loss of this first. America's in space pantheon here But finally another name that was mentioned. wally up on october. Third nineteen sixty two between seasons three and four of the twilight zone or to the six times in the nine hour. mercury atlantis. eight mission so space travel at that time was about. How long can you stay up there. How long can we go. How far can we go. Visiting the moon was still a few years away but this was all happening there. 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"pa" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"It was. Lot. Of people on twitter or like well, what about the women's Professional Soccer League here? In the United States, they were really the first league to formulate a plan. Why not invite them into the conversation? So now? The the commissioner list at least it's been advertised has grown to six rightfully, so also I said Kit and caboodle. It was up until a couple months ago. That I thought it was kitten caboodle. Same here. Are you just learning? And caboodle I was GONNA lend to the conversation. Because Dan a question, but I am now stuck on this. Are you serious? Yeah, for the that makes a lot more sense kit and caboodle now I do not know what a caboodle is, but kit makes a lot more sense. conceptually speaking for this cliche made no sense, a kitten caboodle, which is something I was saying for about thirty three and a half years, right? Makes Perfect sense I do want to point at that Joe. Madden will also be a voice that you'll hear tonight, but you also have athletes. Clay Campbell Damian Lillard Patrick Kane Crystal done Brianna Turner amongst others who will be participating I'm so we're going to have though the aesthetic of the people in power all going to be white guys, except for the aforementioned white woman. Well Crystal done is a person of color former Chelsea player. I believe so. So I. Maybe She's speaking on behalf of that that women's professional soccer league so two hours tonight. Return of a sports If you want to hope and you want to believe and you WanNa see what leadership is saying here publicly through the worldwide leader in sports as its mouthpiece. You agree with that. Granny was born to do this like he'll be taking notes right like they'll. They'll be fake notes, but he'll be pretending to take notes correct. I believe that Greenie was made for this moment to navigate a traffic cop. His Way slalom courses way through commissioners. Is put it on the pole. Guillermo at Lebatardshow was Greenberg. My Greenberg born to slalom course his way through sports commissioners in to our special. We are all in agreement the Gumbel no PAT is coming out right I don't care if it's doodles. You need to cross the legs in. Have the no pat. Are you guys claiming? Are you guys claiming that Mike? Greenberg is scribbling notes that don't have anything on them that you guys are. Are claiming saying that the optics of actually taking the optics are more important than actually taking the notes at I mean greedy might very well take notes, but he certainly has to give you the idea, even if he's not as to give you the idea that he is now knowing Greenie the way I do I think I do. He'll probably take real notes. That'll be very proud of JOE's wife when he gets up, I mean. Okay. Because I don't believe that my the Super Cool S. I don't believe that my Greenberg is fake. Note taker. I feel like though that. I don't know if I'm brave enough to to do this, but I feel like Jeremy Schaap I'm Eric. It's done all done by I. I don't Know I. Mean the Shatt name I know I know I have wait I know. I have blasphemed against a legendary royal journalistic name, but allow me to say it again Jeremy Shop I. Don't believe that you are actually taking notes. On TV..
"pa" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"The sound job PJ's. At lebatardshow Chris, how did this come up under what circumstance and yes? You could do it that way to avoid the entirety of the. Yes. Yes, PJ's. Even, though it, PJ's is not an acronym. Pajamas is one word PJ as. Over Chris. How did this come up? Well. My wife actually often calls them jammies and I get an order with her when she does that, so she started saying pajamas and I'm like no, it's pajamas. And that was it and I was just like no. That's not the you're not right. I'm right I. Say jaw! Let's go around the room here Mike Ryan. How do you say the word, pajamas? Pyjamas. How about you guys. How do you say Pajamas PJ's? Roy. How do you say pajamas? Pajamas. Billy. Say Pajamas, but ever question. How is it that you called Sandwiches Sammy's? How could you get mad at someone for Calling Pajamas Jammies? Cut Me deep they're. bought. You really cornered in way to go. Billy I saw him wins because he saw his inconsistent seasons, hypocrisies and nothing feels better than being able to catch one of your friends. Even hypocrisy put it on the poll at Lebatardshow. Does anything in the world feel better than being able to catch one of your friends and hypocrisy I have to rethink my position because I haven't used that word in our t shirt and basketball shorts sleep I, haven't had to save pajamas and a very long time but I remember when I was watching bananas in Pyjamas. When I was younger and this demo, he was a TV show. I didn't call them bananas in Pajamas I. Call Them Bananas Jam. Well I'm surprised because it seems like we have consensus here Tony. Do you go? which way do you go on this I? Say Bahamas Pajamas with Aja okay, so we're all jock. Guys all right, so we call them bananas in Pajamas. Maybe, they change the pronunciation because they just needed something to rhyme with bananas. Is that problem? Is that at all possible? I'm not exactly sure I just know the song went. Bananas in pajamas are going down the stairs and not on us in pajamas. Marching everywhere it appears they twisted a little bit, and just to make it rhyme. Okay, I, mean. We have consensus here which we rarely do. No wait a minute. We've got consensus, but it doesn't make any sense to make pajamas jammies. Like Chris is right about this that that if it's Djaama's, how do they become Jammie one thing that I know for certain is I've never heard anybody referred to it as a banana. Hey Man. Can you hear me that banana? I actually did hear that one time when Dana Carvey was imitating mcglaughlin of the McLaughlin, group and he was going around and around table discussion, being as a what they had for breakfast, and everyone got it wrong, and he yelled incorrect..
"pa" Discussed on KCRW
"In PA's in our kids are not going to school we can't do certain activities but to a certain extent cove in nineteen has accelerated a lot of things as well and there are health disparities in north Lawndale in Lawndale and little village the areas that are hospital services that have been there before because of it however hold it and you know a lot of this it's unclear a hundred percent why perhaps due to pre existing conditions like diabetes and hypertension these are the same groups of patients that are experiencing a much higher mortality but at the same time it's a community where it's harder to practice quarantine and there are other social economic and cultural issues that may affect that as well he explained that to us about it's harder to practice quarantine because a lot of people may not understand what you're talking about I'm afraid absolutely we have seen many of our patients are essential workers and many of our patients may be working in delivery or supermarkets and similarly their households may have other members and another important barrier may be education materials and the language that some of these communities are primarily Latin next at the moment as well and therefore sometimes implementing the use and disseminating information can be a barrier as well and we we we can't successfully get into the into the lawsuit here representing all sides but the hospital needs money to doesn't it I can tell you that as a physician I work with underserved populations and to the patients can be uninsured or underinsured so certainly this is part of a broader issue and these community hospitals like ours they reflect the communities in which they exist many of our own employees exist you know live in the community yeah but the hospital itself represents the insurance pool in our community any source of hope at the moment for you I can tell you that my biggest source of hope throughout all of this time have been people I had neighbors I don't even know drop masks in my front door because they see me without lab coat leaving my house and early on in this crisis I re read a book by Albert Camus the plague and I've used a quote from it to thank people when they do things like that and the doctor in that book is asked how do you defeat a plague and he says that you do so with decency and I think the decency of my coworkers my neighbors our neighbors is really a big source of positive and of hope throughout all of this Dr Fred Amanda Laura is medical director of infection prevention at St Anthony hospital in Chicago good luck to your doctor thanks so much thank you guys when India strip cashmere of its constitutional economy last year it also clamped down hard on civil liberties bracing for protests landlines and internet access were cut according to the Indian government to prevent what it called the propagation of terror activities in the incitement of the general public the lockdown was slowly being lifted when the corona virus hit and Kashmiris were ordered to once again stay in place deliberately slow internet speeds are now hampering Indian doctors were desperate for information on how to treat the virus Hargett Lani is a journalist in Srinagar Kash mir and we asked him how hard coded nineteen is it to reach the numbers are quite high and alarming actually we have right now over fifteen hundred cases and it's getting closer to two thousand twenty deaths and most of the deaths are in the Kashmir valley which is already into its second lockdown code is the second because we are in a kind of locked down since August of last year so that is actually complicated the situation well if you explain that to us because of course one of the conditions of of the of the Indian lockdown in Kashmir has been limited internet service and I gather that's made treating a corona virus very difficult well absolutely I mean one is like you know all the doctors know what they are saying is that they're not able to download to the important channels and and important studies related to corporate and what kind of protocol is to be followed because the low speed two G. internet speed so that because actually you know hampered their work and the second is you know the kind of censorship that exists because health professionals doctors are not allowed to speak about any you know problems with regards to corporate reputation or the cost of the infrastructure and you know one of the study's inspector for a population of eight million there are only ninety ventilators in all the hospitals that we have what what happens to doctors who speak out the art of British and mortars from the positions there was one doctor who actually complained about the lack of availability Phoebe he's protective equipment and ventilators and he was quite vocal about it and it didn't take longer to actually silence him so that telegraphed a message to all the doctors that there is a certain line we cannot cross and you know we do not have these has the bulletins and media help well it turns coming from health professionals but it is being done by the administrators a government spokesperson who just speaks for game four six PM every day and gives older than the statistical data which is not to be questioned because it's a one way communication where did they talk and being this you know we we keep hearing around the world that accurate and reliable information is key to trying to contain the pandemic and that's exactly what you're finding it hard to come by in Kashmir you actually want to contain the pandemic but here the focus is more to contain the story so that the bad news doesn't go out it's like hiding the dead fish in the corner of your room which you will do not want other people to know about but it smells follow anything so this has been a lot of this information black hole which is there and he's actually not helping to fight against the pandemic Englishmate go R. Gilani is a journalist in training Kash mir thank you so much for being with us thank you so much and tomorrow on weekend edition Sunday with little or working from home I'm doing it right now and it drives our family crazy began as a temporary measure for companies and organizations to keep their employees healthy during the pandemic but now Twitter Spotify Facebook or making W. F. H. permanent option for many other workers tune in tomorrow morning for the thinking behind that change stay home like the rest of us tell your smart speaker to play in P. R. or your member station by name and now it's time for sports some colleges still student athletes they can return to campus to train despite health and safety concerns NBA coaching legend died I didn't hear sports correspondent.
"pa" Discussed on Family Secrets
"Like every story of a massive family secret there are layers and layers that unfold over time what has been hidden for so long doesn't just end with a revelation tied up in a neat and Tidy Bo. Adam had family members who didn't know about any of this until just very recently the imminent publication of his book necessitated that he and his dad reach out so his dad called his sister Nancy Adams and she was very empathetic and understanding and then they hung up she called a Nancy called my dad back a few hours later and shared with him a story and the story was when I was very young. I must've been around four or five or so after coming back from a family trip to Bermuda where I'd go growing up. Always go to Bermuda with my grandma and my dad. My PA sitting with my aunt. Nancy and my PA said to Nancy. You know it's possible. Adam is not Steve Son but Anisimov very similar to what my dad had said to me said but doesn't matter one way or another. He's my grandson. He's my other child and I love him his dorm and See you get that guide from beyond the grave. You've got a gift from beyond the grave. I mean it was just extraordinary because I never thought I would ever have an answer to the question of how they would have responded and then it's almost as if he did it deliberately just planted a seed without any conscious I mean I know he was a brilliant guy and the most empathetic emotionally intelligent. I mean he was a just an incredible human being. And you know a part of me does wonder whether he just kind of left it there knowing that maybe someday that piece of information might be useful in some way when my dad called and told me he shared that story. I practically collapsed on the street In Tears Adam didn't set out to write the survivors to share his story with the world. He initially started working on a book about his four grandparents. Bubby Zeta his grandma and PA and their experiences but as he wrote he sensed that it would be helpful to write about his own experience as well after all whether you're a writer or not expressive writing writing about feelings that are weighing on. Us helps it really does. It has physical benefits. There's ample and very rigorous scientific research and evidence pointing to this as I started writing about it. It became overwhelmingly clear to me that writing about this was essential to my healing and being able to move on and just processing it. I mean part of the part of what was so difficult for me was that there was like a jumble of information that I didn't know how to disentangle his relationship with Jason's crazy comments that he's making me about my mom and this information my mom sharing my identity my dad and how does all this stuff fit together. How who am I and when it's just in your head it was just a we're in my head. It was like a jumble of information that I didn't know how to make sense of but the process of writing. It allows you to understand it or allowed me to understand it and tease out. The different threads see how they are connected And ultimately kind of repair my sense of self in the process. The last section of the book is called healing. And you use it. As a quote as sort of an epigraph for that section an ancient Greek inscription on the Temple of Apollo at Delphi and the phrase is not self. What does that now mean to you in light of everything that you've discovered and absorbed and processed and is knowing yourself what ultimately healing. I think for me knowing myself has allowed me to Pursue Healing. I feel now more grounded and Sherve who I am. Then maybe ever in my whole life I think there was a time before this revelation where I might have thought I was but it was. You know on shaky ground and then there was a period after this revelation where I felt the ground shaking and now I can i. I know all I have all this information and it is. Ym All of you know and that was part of my way through kind of accepting and recognizing that you know not just the product of the parts of my family story that I WANNA be a part of a product of you know the my heroic Holocaust survivors or experience or You know my family members of Franken. Minnow sides were public servants and and you know contributed to the life of this country. I was very proud of an am very proud of. I'm a product of all of that. I'm also a product of some ugliness in the relationship between mother and Jason. I'm a product of the cruelty of mental mental illness that my mother has struggled with for much of her life. Enormou- product to all of it. You know good bad ugly heroic and some of it. I don't know shameful behavior that that that it's hard for me to at least when I think about Jason Forgive But it's who I am and you know I can't do anything about that now and I'm okay with that that that's fine. That's okay. It took me a long time to get to this point but here I am and having that recognition and understanding is actually in a way that I never could have foreseen. Extraordinarily empowering.