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"page magazine" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:31 min | 4 months ago

"page magazine" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Work out there. Contributing writer to front page magazine and author of the New Shame of the Cities. Mr. Peraza, Welcome back. What do you make of the allegations of fraud in this election? And can they be proven? And it seems like the evidence is kind of stacking up on the side of yes, your thoughts. Yes, I think it was very predictable when this new way of voting with first Was first put forth back, Uh months ago at the beginning of the Cho vid outbreak. I think the evidence is very clear. The one problem, I think is that these recounts that they're doing that They're they're very useful. Earing necessary, But however, they're not going to uncover incidents of fraud that those those will be those will come to light based on Testimony of people who were coming forth, providing affidavits, sworn affidavits, etcetera, So it's going to be a combination of things about the council. What about the obvious unconstitutionality of the way? The votes were Were cast and counted in Pennsylvania. For example, when the Legislature which the Constitution is very clear about only the state Legislature and set elections we initially went, I believe to the Legislature refused, so he went to the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. And they had a 43 vote in favor of allowing them to change the method in which they conducted their elections. And the result is what we see. Now, with the disaster. Well, false false allegations of fraud are Justus damaging sometimes is the fraud but There is more and more evidence that I've seen in a number of places where this Dominion system computer system and they're supposed to quote unquote glitches like of the one that occurred in Michigan in the county. Thes may have occurred all over the country. So how do you How do you answer to, you know Howdy, correct votes switching. That happened through this computer system that was used in 30 different states and may include millions of votes that were switched from President Trump job. But it's an uphill battle. The fraud and the And the dishonesty was baked into the system. From the start. The Democrats understood that they understood that it would be a tremendous hurdle a tremendous challenge an uphill battle in order to overcome it and prove Proved proven in time, I guess for the the the inauguration of next year, they understood that they understood it very well. And, you know, we talked about black lives matter and Their role in all this. They have been very clear from the start that one of their principal objectives was to get trump out of office. They made it very, very clear. Couple of months back. They attended what they call the Black National Convention, where they actually sat with other radical groups and laid out ah, a A A An agenda a policy agenda platform for the new administration, as they called it in what they meant, of course, was the Biden administration on they were going to do anything they could. To promote The election divided in the removal of Trump. Um so we've seen. I guess we could the way you could see it. You could say it is that black lives matter has established itself is what you might call the paramilitary wing. Of the Democratic Party. While the Democratic Party doesn thing behind closed doors. Ah, black lives matter has been very active on the streets, creating terror and chaos. Well for the objective of promoting removal from for months this year if you went to the black lives matter, website And you get to the donate. It took you to a site called Actblue was was direct. Donation for the Democrat Party into Joe Biden and Kamala Harris is it turned out tell me about that Blue provided hundreds of millions of dollars to the Biden campaign, and we really don't know how much of the money that went to black lives matter actually ended up in the coffers of the DNC. We just don't know, but it's very possible in our few minutes left here, John Farrow's Oh, tell me about the new shame of the cities. The shame of the cities was a book that I wrote back a few years ago and I, but the the premise of it is still very, very timely. The idea is that if you look at American cities that Are suffering the most from the highest crime rates, the highest poverty rates from school systems that are complete failures, turning out students that can't read or write absolute Absolute chaos in these cities. They're essentially all run by Democrats and have been run by Democrats for decades. So anyone who wants to see exactly what the real world real life results of Democratic leadership are can look at this, and I think it's very important to do this because we can extrapolate what you see there. And say, Do we really want the the nation as a whole to be led by the same party that has created this type of devastation in American cities? John Peraza, do you have hoped you have optimism for this country? Um yes, I do. I have a great deal of pessimism, too. I think it's very, very difficult to overcome. The influence of the mate of the media of the leftism that we see creeping into the popular culture actually dominating the popular culture creeping into the church's creeping up more than creeping into higher education and even Elementary and high school education. It's a tremendous amount of tremendous notto overcome. I loved what President Trump did We? Speaking of education, where he talked about wanting to start a new Focus of education. He called it the 17 seventies, where he wanted American students to be taught the greatness of America and to love their country. And what a beautiful message that is and what a contrast. To the message of Biden and Kamala Harris, who constantly speak about America as if it was a racist cesspool. That, uh, needs to be radically transformed You voting day between the two candidates. You heard him here. You can see his work and manage the network's.

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"page magazine" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"page magazine" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"And I read a great article earlier in the week on front page magazine by Daniel green field a person who I love having on this program because he is such a much insight into really how how we are miss got missed Missy well what's the right expression we are given false information by the media over and over again until we actually start believing it how are you Daniel thank you so much for having me on them for everything you're doing well I appreciate I have to tell you I was out in LA when you were speaking at the Horowitz son of freedom whatever I forgot what it was but I was I just happen to be out in LA that that day and I got there but too late I was so disappointed I you know I said oh gosh this would be at all an awesome opportunity to hear you speak but I'll catch us somewhere else one of these days now you wrote a piece that I think is really you should be on the front page of every major publication about whether or not mass shootings are really a white man's problem or not most measured you open the pre are gang violence and when you look at the statistics of the people who shop for people or more this year two thousand nineteen thus far fifty one percent are African American only it was about twenty nine percent two star wide around the ten percent to start with you know I actually think it's eleven percent so the picture that they're painting now and that the that the trunk Walmart just saying that these kinds of that shootings were some white teenagers twenty something taken after finishing a bunch of people that's an aberration it's not the warm when you look at that weekend in Chicago or sixty or seventy people are shocked that is actually the norm in the media does not want to talk about that and they also want us to believe that there's like one particular ideology that's driving this these white supremacists season not sees a these trump supporters basically is what they're trying to say and when you look at the last weekend's shootings I don't believe they have to having read the manifesto that that guy had any real political full ideology except maybe is a radical environmentalist the bottom line is people once they into one complicity the need to give it to them I mean he is there mentally unstable they have a history of broken families take a toll bridge drug use and there's no particular pattern having the same mass shootings we had one and they knew who was ninety four was the gore supporter and then Paso who claimed that he was an environment which was very worried about immigration so it got clean he's from across the spectrum doing this but the media on the edge of taxes going to one side and you know you mention LA in southern California we just had a match stabbing forties were killed by a guy using machetes gang member and also the one case where the police actually were able to face this is something that the Democrats spots before their policies actually call this because the scale of the violent gang members should have been in prison instead of being a person though Democrat legislation in the Supreme Court decision by Democrat justices got it out of prison we would be able.

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"page magazine" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"page magazine" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"And Netflix plans to put out a one hundred page magazine called y to promote its original programs ahead of this year's any nominations. Thanks, Tom Busby twenty-five pass now and the new comedy little is out in feeders. Kevin kerosene it. I've only seen the trailer the first half of which looks like nothing but recycled comedy stick. But then Kevin it looks like they're going for something more. Good morning, Michael. Yeah. Little does kind of go in different directions. Here. It was originally inspired by big. Although it's not technically a remake of it Marseille Martin. Who was who's on the show black ish? She's the one kind of had the idea who started the ball rolling on this. And so she does serve as an executive producer. And she plays the younger version of Regina hall. Who is a woman who just kinda run rush out all over her employees. She's a media mogul and an incredibly wealthy, and she is that way because she was bullied as a kid and decided to become the bully herself. And then something happens. That causes her to turn into the younger version of herself. And she has to deal with all the problems life throws at her. And of course, learn some lessons in the process, right? It is predictable. You're right. It does have just a series of jokes. The problem is the story itself is really shaky. It probably could have been baked a little bit longer. I it does kinda go scattershot through the jokes summer funny, and some of the slapstick it works, but as a cohesive movie, it doesn't quite hold together. Unless all you want is just the string of jokes. All right. So you mean that the person playing the little girl is.

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"page magazine" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"page magazine" Discussed on KOMO

"And Netflix plans to put out a one hundred page magazine called wide to promote its original programs ahead of this year's EMMY nominations. Thanks, Tom Busby. Twenty-five pass now. And the new comedy little is out in theaters. Kevin kerosene it. I've only seen the trailer the first half of which looks like nothing but recycled comedy stick. But then Kevin it looks like they're going for something more. Good morning, Michael. Yeah. Little does kind of flow, go different directions. Here. It was originally inspired by big. Although it's not technically a remake of it Marseille Martin. Who was who's on the show black ish? She's the one kind of had the idea who started the ball rolling on this. And so she does serve as an executive producer. And she plays the younger version of Regina hall. Who is a woman who just kinda run roughshod all over her employees. She's a media mogul and an incredibly wealthy, and she is that way because she was bullied as a kid and decided to become the bully herself. And then something happens. That causes her to turn into the younger version of herself. And she has to deal with all the problems life throws at her. And of course, learn some lessons in the process, right? It is predictable. You're right. It does have just a series of jokes. The problem is the story itself is really shaky. It probably could have been baked a little bit longer. It does kinda go scattershot through the jokes summer funny, and some of the slapstick it works, but as a cohesive movie, it doesn't quite hold together. Unless all you want is just the string of jokes. All right. So you mean that the person playing the little girl is an executive producer on this.

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"page magazine" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:31 min | 2 years ago

"page magazine" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Freedom center, editor of front page magazine. And I know he's been following the hideous evil. That was brought upon Pittsburgh and a heartbreaking moment for the families and their victims. And now the rush to. Blamed Donald Trump for this. I mean, it's predictable. But it's still sad. David good to talk to you on a horrible aftermath of more evil in the United States. Look in the first place. Donald Trump is the first president since ABRAHAM LINCOLN to have the Democratic Party declare war. The hate is coming from the left. Also, you could go up on Twitter. Well, actually, there's a website called canary mission dot org, and they have like Muslims mainly well all actually Muslims. Praising Hitler saying? They'd like to kill all the Jews. Exactly what this guy said Twitter allows it to go on on every campus in America. There's students for Justice in Palestine, which is an organization that's. An arm of HAMAs a terrorist organization. That's sworn to exterminate the Jews every major university in America supports students for Justice in Palestine, this left-wing hate group. Nobody does anything about it. So. Blaming Donald Trump. Just exposes. The bankruptcy. Of the left and the Democratic Party in particular. The more. They tried to blame Trump for everything. The less credibility. They have more people will listen to what Trump is saying. That's my view. There was a we'll get to this a moment they were trying to drag the former rabbi in the current rabbi of the tree of life synagogue into political conversation. I'll get to that in a moment. But the. The never Trump of former conservatives, I don't know if they were ever conservatives again on CNN today use this as an opportunity to try to smear the President Bill Kristol spoke. Let's listen, if if the president wanted to come to our synagogue this week and make some talk I would say, no, thank you for. Now. It doesn't mean you. I don't think he's our president. I just think he does bear some responsibility for this climate, and I see no we don't need him. We don't need him to help us overcome this. We don't need him. But there's still an opportunity there is no opportunity. Well, I have a different view. I think the opportunity for him to to speak out and to answer take accountability for some. Crystal is an empty suit. These people never Trumpers are just desperate to justify their position. Since Trump has done everything that conservatives have one wanted to actually not only him, but Republican presidents to do for that they have never done. So the only thing they can do is assassinated his character, which is what they. Simply do this is ridiculous. The. Wouldn't comment. I forget it was in response to a question, which elicited this could be done. You said it would have been helpful. If there was a security guard in the synagogue, there was security guards in lots of synagogues, publicly wise recommendation. Attacked by the democratic mayor of Pittsburgh forward magazine, which is an extreme left-wing Jewish magazine. Blamed him. He said that Trump blamed the synagogue, he didn't blame the synagogue. He made a a perfectly reasonable point. Nutcases out there. Will kill. And. Synagogues and other other centers schools should be defended. But the Democrats and the left are so. D ranged over gun control issues. Practical steps to take. Well, I think that's the case and the former rabbi of the synagogue, the tree of life synagogue was also interviewed. And again, I'm not blaming anyone in the aftermath of this. Because people are so upset, but the media really dragging this into a political conversation and trying to tie Trump's entire worldview to this evil. Anti-trade is an anti-trump fanatic the the shooter whose name I will not use to dignify airwaves but these airwaves, but this is what John Berman of CNN dragged, the former mayor a former rabbi, excuse me of the synagogue that suffered so greatly. Let's listen you welcome the president to Pittsburgh in the wake of this. I do not welcome the president to my city. Why not because he's.

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"page magazine" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

12:44 min | 2 years ago

"page magazine" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Way, we've tried to make contact with some listeners in the Florida panhandle in their aftermath. I have some new numbers. It's just the communication has been miserable. Cell service has been spotty still in a lot of the affected areas. So I do have some other contact information. But I I want to get a hold of some of our Florida, panhandle, Panama City area listeners who were affected deeply in greatly by hurricane Michael. I wanna do that make another attempt I've tried several times this week to get them on to tell their stories. So we'll hopefully get to that as well. So. So we'll we'll get into that later on by now on the the kashogi story the complications are vast in the sense of our relationship with the Saudis the Iranian situation. And listen, some will say, let's it doesn't matter. Whether we sanction or we go after the Saudis, they're not suddenly going to become friends with the Iranians that's the case. Of course, we're dealing with different Muslim sects with dealing with. Folks, you got Muslims that want to kill each other. So you've got Muslim factions that want to beat their brains in, you know, I always say like, yeah. Good luck with the Palestinians and the Jews. Sure. Yeah. The Israelis and the Palestinians they're going to get along. Yeah. They're going to have a real plan when you got Muslims that want to blow each other up and kill each other. I'm folks we live in a totally eft up world on many levels. There's no doubt about it with a complication with Iran. You've got the oil complication the economic complications, this just a mess here. And then we have Jamal kashogi who I brought this up earlier in the week. I brought it up last hour. I want to I have more time now to get into a little more depth. The're again, the story of Jamal kashogi is not that of lily, white and completely clean hands. Now, did he plan terrorist hijackings, no not to the best of our knowledge? However. Yes. His writings are questionable from back in the eighties. For instance, his sympathies are also questionable. So it's not like we're dealing with a choirboy here. But it still doesn't add up to we should just stand by while a US resident living just outside of Washington DC, the DC burbs is dismantled murdered tortured. By a Saudi hit squad. I mean, there is still a certain decency. So the good the bad and the ugly on Jamal Khashoggi. Again, I was mentioning front front page magazine. And Daniel greenfield who wrote a long piece on kashogi and he specializes in Islamic terrorism. And his piece did talk about kashogi in high school was friends with Osama bin Laden, they talked about establishing an Islamic state anywhere. They could they believe that the first one would lead to another etc. The friendship of Jamal kashogi endured, and it's even reported that could show even followed Osama bin Laden to Afghanistan, kashogi credited, Adele batter g listed it one time as one of the world's foremost terrorist, finance here's financiers by the treasury department bringing him to have ghanistan to report on the fighting. The media calls kashogi a journalist but his writings from the eighties in Afghanistan read as Jihadist propaganda titles like Arab mujahideen Afghanistan. Exemplifies the unity of Islamic. When Osama bin Laden setup Al Qaeda, he called kashogi with the details after Afghanistan Jamal kashogi went to work as a media advisor to former Saudi until boss Prince Turki bin Faisal alleged to have links to Al Qaeda, those allegations came from among others Zachariah Moussaoui that the alleged twentieth. Hijacker when the other nineteen hijackers perpetrated the attacks on September. Eleventh kashogi wrote that the Saudis would not give in to American demands for unconditional condemnation, and total cooperation Saudis tend to link the ugliness of what happened in New York and Washington with what has happened and continues to happen to pay in Palestine. It is time. The United States comes to understand the effect of its foreign policy and the consequences of that policy. He declared I again, I'm not saying that this guy was an angel and again some of Jamal Khashoggi's writings, I find very disturbing. And I am one hundred eighty degrees opposed to no doubt about it. A Muslim cannot be happy with the suffering of others. Even if the suffering is that of Americans who neglected the suffering of Palestinians for half a century. That's the real kashogi as cynical and manipulative apologised for Islamic terrorism. Not the missing the mythical martyr dissident whose disappearance the media's spent the worst part of a week raving about Jamal kashogi was not a moderate some described him as the leader of the Saudi Muslim Brotherhood of the Islamist network admires. Anyone goes into a whole there's a long piece I'll put the front page piece up on the website on Schnitt, show dot com. We'll put it on today's Schnitt list. Oh, it's up. So it already is up on Schnitt, show dot com on today's Schnitt list. So I mean, there are a lot of issues what Jamal kashogi, however active in any terrorism per se nothing we can really determine his writings I find disturbing from decades ago. Whereas. Sympathies lie or lied or lay or a past tense where they have lane. Because I don't think he's around any longer. He's in pieces somewhere. It's still to me. It doesn't justify what the Saudis, dick. And and. And again, it's been a very complicated relationship because he's been very critical of the the Saudi monarchy and the Saudi Royal family and the the young buck. The crown prince Mohammad bin Salman who apparently ordered his hit. I want to move on to some other things here today. But I want to give you the full picture because a lot of the media is not giving you the background and history of Jamal. Kashogi? I am I'm giving you some of the background on him. And it's not all lily white. However, again, I can't condone what the Saudis apparently did an embassy and as human beings, and as a civilized nation. I don't know how we or how Trump can just stand by Trump said, listen, Trump said if it was proved that the Saudis took this guy out that it would be very bad, and there would be consequences. So the president has said that because that's the right thing. That's the humane thing to believe and to act upon I let me grab a couple of calls here. Then let me move on to some other things. Again, you have no idea how things are going to take on a life of its own. And every line is jammed. Let's go to Jim in New Jersey. Jim you're on Schmidt high. Doing well. Yeah. This is a freaking mess. What? Me against the business and clearly human rights violations petition to get them out of the UN. This associate yourself. Saudis, get rid of them do what they're doing. And and just you know, worry about the business separately. You know, the question is if it is proved, and that's that's what opened up this can of worms today as I said, if it's proved, you know, here's the good the bad on the ugly on Jamal kashogi. If it's proved that the Saudis did torture 'em dismantle him dismember. What should the Trump administration do? And that's why you know got phone calls hanging on for an hour here. Jim thanks for the call. Let's roll to Corey in massapequa, Long Island, New York. Hello, Corey you're on Schmidt. Nine eleven responding. And the the Saudi government is responsible for those hijackers that came to these people that killed three thousand people that government Saudi Arabia's should be responsible, reliable and should pay up. Reputation anything responsible for they should pay up and number two, which is the lesser of the evil, Iran or. Saudi arabia. The only thing is we're doing business with Saudi Arabia. You know, what we don't let them go to how we don't need anything from them. But as far as this guy, this kinds of pets. I really don't care about him. And so do I and I want wanna thank you for being a nine eleven responder. And I have always had problems with the Saudis. I have always spoken out against the creepy Saudis. I do believe that there was a greater degree of complicit behaviour on the Saudis part inside that Royal family, and listen, the redacted portions of the nine eleven commission report. I don't think we know the whole story, and yeah, I could do without the Saudis one hundred percent than certainly I can do without the Iranians, however, lesser of two evils on the world stage and geopolitically the Saudis are a lesser evil at this point then Iran by I think a great distance Cory thanks for the call. Let's grab Jerry's in Fresno, California. Jerry, you're on Schnitt. High. I usually agree with you one hundred percent but today. And let me why believe this is nothing to do with us. First of all he was a Saudi citizen in a monarchy. They have complete control of his life Leiper, whether we like it or not. We're willing to remove the monarchy we have nothing to say about it or unless we're willing to institutionalize you mentioned the ten commandments earlier. You know? I don't think they thought he'd get a damn about the ten commandments. And it all comes down if we're gonna go after. What about a green card holders visa holders veteran America that get killed foreign lands complicated or responsible to go and investigate those guys. And Lastly, I want to say I think you're either in your anger is seventeen years too late. We should've took care of the Saudi seventeen years ago when they used to to socialize this crap where they attacked the twin towers they are responsible for that. And they have not paid for that. That's what they should be paying for. That's all I had to say. Jerry, thanks for the call. Listen, I have been a staunch. I have spoken out in staunch fashion against the Saudis since nine eleven fifteen of the nineteen hijackers Jerry were Saudi. I've never forgotten that again, I have spoken out against the Saudi government the Royal family. I truly believe there was a lot more than meets the I allot more than we're aware of again. Those redacted portions of the commission report disturbed me, you know, what's in there. What aren't we allowed to see? So I have I have dealt with the Saudis on this program since nine eleven, and I mean, literally because this show launched just two weeks or so after nine eleven three weeks after nine eleven this show began October first of two thousand one and I've been all over that ever since Jerry, thanks for the call. I appreciate it, folks. Let me tell Dan in Michigan. I'll try to get I want to move on to some other things here, Sudan, hang on. And I I gotta get to that mystery sound on a little lighter note, if you wanna call it, a lighter note, just a lot of ground to cover. Hey, folks, we are awaiting our shipment. I can't wait from blinds. Galore. You might.

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What to expect from the 2018 iPhone

The Talk Show

04:29 min | 2 years ago

What to expect from the 2018 iPhone

"Out of the supply chain came the to me on surprising news that the iphone ten. The one we know from last year was going to be stopped in production and right. The idea is it's just that come the end of September. When the new iphones are out, you'll be able to find these two new iphone x. s you know models? There's going to be a new, which we can talk about an a bit unlinked by nine to five, MAC, six point, five inch or six point one inch. I'm sorry diagonal about seemingly halfway between the two sizes of the iphone ten s. With an l. CD screen by with the iphone ten basic form factor of no home button and a front facing a sensor array, aka notch in a corner to corner round wreck. You know, design cetera, replay, the twenty thirteen playbook where they end of life, the iphone five and replaced it with the five s and the five. See exactly it is that's their strategy, but it was grossly, I believe, willfully misinterpreted. It sound like they're gonna come to your house and steal your. You're right, and that they were abandoning the basic right. It was being killed, right? It's it's a failure at being killed, but that that leaked from the supply chain, I believe it's unsurprising given the nature of the iphone ten, but it's not just going to hang around at a lower price point as too expensive to make. And if you look at it the well, I mean like the led screen, Samsung charges a fortune for those screens. And if you wanna price it down at a normal iphone level, a saving some money and going LCD, and a few other and aluminum, I think is a really good strategy. But we knew that, you know, I say new knowing that we didn't know no the way that, like, let's say, Tim cook. Right. Jeff Williams knows. You know, Phil Schiller knows Johnny might have a clue yet, right? Johnny might have a clue. To what is really coming, but we on the outside following rumors could be could reasonably wager a very large sum of money that they were coming out. They were doing away with the iphone last year's iphone, ten, replacing it with an updated exact same size. Five point h diag five point, eight inch diagonal. Oh, lead. A big brother plus sized. If you will six point five inch version of the same design. And the gold quote, unquote, gold stainless steel ram was also leaked, and I believe in this was something that was remembered for the original iphone ten. Is that right? Yeah, yeah. It was rumored I think even put it through FCC clearance that gold version. And there was a bunch of stories that either because you can't analyze stainless steel the way you can aluminum. That's why the apple watch has a deal, see diamond like carbon coating, and that's a form of April coding and you can. You can April code in gold, but it's trickier. And some people are saying it just took too long to do it or didn't look up to apple standards. But traditionally apple has saved the new colors for the s years where the design is the same. But they want to, you know, humans, we'll treat a new color like and new design anyway. So it gets a lot more attention if they if they have the new design, the new colors. Yeah, I can't help, but think that that must've played part of it that maybe it was the trickier curler. Maybe they kinda were thinking about doing it last year, but I can't help it think. That maybe it was also strategy because they obviously knew. I mean, the pipeline is at least two years long on I phones. And so at some point when they were completely finalizing the exact plans for the iphone ten, they already knew that the next year's phones at this at to replace it would be the tennis in these two sizes and strategically I can't help, but think that they might have wanted to hold gold for that so that there would be a version of it that was instantly recognizable as brand new? Yeah, because people want other people to know they have the new iphone. We're kind of vein that way. It definitely drives sales for some people who are thinking that. And then I think the other factor is is advertising that it gives them a an iphone ten s to photograph and put on billboards and put in commercials and put in full-page magazine ads

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"page magazine" Discussed on Casting Actors Cast

Casting Actors Cast

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"page magazine" Discussed on Casting Actors Cast

"So I am Jeffrey drives back, and I wanted to tell you quickly about a class that we had last night. It was really such a fun fun class where I assigned seems to the students, and we had a reader read for each of the actors in the scene, gave some feedback and made some adjustments in a future podcast. I'm really going to zero in on doing some scene work, not only in addition, but even in a call. Back, what can you do to enhance the work? So please stay tuned and listen to podcasts. I'd love to have this continue to make an acting career stand out, but today's episode is all about the resume. We talked about the picture in our last podcast, so it's really kind of a good thing that we are now talking about what's on the back side of your picture, which is your resume. And if you are writing a professional resume for acting, here's a brief how to today twenty minutes worth of information regarding what goes on the resume. First and foremost size matters. As far as your resume is concerned. Your page resume will be stapled to the back of your eight by ten headshot, a so it absolutely needs to be eight by ten Ramirez Amee so that when you printed it fits exactly on the back of the resume, or you can even buy paper from a shop, willing to cut the whole ream down to eight by ten size. Is it gets really frustrating sometimes when I get a resume in eight and a half by eleven stapled onto an eight by ten, it just kind of gets messy. Oftentimes gets lost. He only to Staples one of the top one at the bottom and understand the bigger concept about a resume. The resume should be the best way to describe it, I guess, is a one page magazine article about you. So if you were a casting director, what would you want to know about this talent that you might not have ever met before or are meeting for the first time? So at the very top of the page, we need your name and your height. We also need to know if you're represented by somebody. If it's an agent or a manager, we'd need their contact information at the very, very top. We do not need to know your weight. We do not need to know your age which is illegal. By the way we can't ever ask your age. Nor should we. We don't need to know your eye or hair color. If your picture is an accurate representation of how you look, why would we need to have you list your eye color? Why would we need to.

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"page magazine" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"page magazine" Discussed on WGN Radio

"All right i'm seeing the impact of lack of access to adequate nutrition the impact of exposure to violence i'm seeing how the city's failure is impacting these schools in the the ironic tragic ironic twist is that the people responsible for the city's failure of these children then pin their failure on the school system and so again as mayor or as a mayoral candidate that's one of the issues that i feel i've tried to uplift as a principal when i was talking about the corruption in the district also wanted to uplift that issue has merrill candidate i think i can uplift the public consciousness and raise public awareness about the impact of the failure that takes place before of our cities fairly one that takes place before kids ever reach kindergarten in high need to deal with failure will there be debates i would imagine they're going to be the base there's actually been a few formed no debates and that's up to the folks that organize debates i know i'll show up i've actually had a when i look at rahm he's been so corrupt almost don't want to legitimize him as a mayor with my presence i'm serious man i i don't understand how he's still may i don't understand how you can get caught manipulating crime statistics i don't know how this didn't make huge news front page magazine but the mainstream media then pay any attention to it in order to make the murder rate look like it was going down they began to classify murders as noncriminal death investigations so for example there's a woman found bound and gagged not far from north london in a warehouse they classified that not as a murder but as noncriminal death investigation in order to make it look like the murder rate was going down they did this repeatedly now the crime here not this is just in manipulating the statistics but when you classify when you don't classify it as a murder guess what doesn't happen investigation that's right you get no murder investigation which means the person that committed that murder goals free in an at least two cases they knew who it was but couldn't charge them because they wouldn't classified as myrtle because that would heighten the murder statistics.

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"page magazine" Discussed on AM 1260 The Answer

AM 1260 The Answer

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"page magazine" Discussed on AM 1260 The Answer

"All other considerations what the president is doing assigning more prosecutors and judges to that part of the country i agree along the border but interior enforcement is the cake because one way or the other the bad actors get to the united states whether it's violating visa stubbing away on a ship running our northern or southern borders at the end of the day there within the interior we've never had enough immigration agents from with the within the interior and that's what's neat quickpoint everyone seems to believe that mandatory everify would solve the problem and i'm here to tell you what will not not unless you have enough agents to do the field investigations and conduct the orders to make certain that unscrupulous employers don't hire off the books this is labor intensive work we've only got about three thousand ice agents dedicated to enforcing immigration laws from within the interior of the united states contrast that number with twenty thousand border patrol agents forty five thousand people a tsa and the fact that new york city has thirty seven thousand police officers we need a massive hiring program so that we can truly and effectively and fairly enforce immigration laws from within the interior of the united states and that would go a long way to solving so many of these issues that went out confronting that have the potential to undermine national security and public safety michael cutler we have to leave it at that for the moment i commend to all of you a broken immigration system michael cutler cutler's brand new piece front page magazine you've described some of the key elements michael both in terms of the border and interior enforcement and going after these sleeper cells we've got a lot of work cut out for us and we appreciate your continuing service to our country in addition to that you rendered in the ins previously thank you for joining us come back to us again very soon except lady bridget gabrielle joins us we'll talk about jihad and sharia blasphemy here.

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"page magazine" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"page magazine" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Join the majority of port dot com his where you become a member we get you the fun half also folks don't forget today is tuesday you know what that means t m b s mohammed bin salman show tonight on tonight's show we have a a noah changa we're talking about the sixty eight generation and a this tards i think you'll find it's called black i don't even understand that joke what's on tweets oh you're talking about the six branch yeah well we're okay river might be we're talking about the black radical read of the second amendment well al que logical foul identity politics and then we're talking about and then aluminum and kofsky and i on john bolton identity colorado thing politics any politics and then a commentary from me on the ground breaking reforms that the kingdom is undertaking to improve ruins right and open up the economy that would be so awesome i know how i would money i would be we could make to just do a pro sadie and i i would just be excellent set piece for middle eastern monitor i really well a story today where the guy actually open to want to do it for the rich and today i would do it for america media right american media they they do the national enquirer i think they put out a one hundred page magazine no ads zero at that is it's selling you know it's all about ambi s.

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"page magazine" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"page magazine" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Is heard on cbs hope you enjoyed that just a few minutes we're going to tune into part one a fibber mcgee and molly but i want to remind all of our listeners about our main sponsor remind magazine this magazine folks if you have not ever picked up an issue a remind magazine you are really missing out because this is a tremendous magazine all about nostalgia you name it they have it in this sixty five to seventy five page magazine each month full color they have puzzles they have games they have articles i mean you name it they have it they talk about movies they talk about your favorite tv shows radio shows and i write an article called radio three sixty in each issue and for this march issue i'm talking about lucille ball i call it hollywood love lucy we talk about her radio show and then her tv show it also has our hollywood three sixty schedule in it all kinds of great stuff and look who's on the cover we have wonder women have sally field audrey hepburn linda carter oprah winfrey we have loretta lynn and princess diana all wonderful women on the cover of the march issue of remind magazine now how do you get this magazine it's really really easy you can go to any walmart store or any barnes and noble store on their magazine stan they will have issues of remind magazine you can pick one up that way but the best way is to go.

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"page magazine" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"page magazine" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"On cbs hope you enjoyed that just a few minutes we're going to tune into part one a fibber mcgee and molly but i want to remind all of our listeners about our main sponsor remind magazine this magazine folks if you have not ever picked up an issue a remind magazine you are really missing out because this is a tremendous magazine all about nostalgia you name it they have it in this sixty five to seventy five page magazine each month full color they have puzzles they have games they have articles i mean you name it they have it they talk about movies they talk about your favorite tv shows radio shows and i write an article called radio three sixty in each issue and for this march issue i'm talking about lucille ball i call it hollywood love lucy we talk about her radio show and then her tv show it also has our hollywood three sixty schedule in it all kinds of great stuff and look who's on the cover we have wonder women have sally field audrey hepburn linda carter oprah winfrey we have loretta lynn and princess diana all wonderful women on the cover of the march issue of remind magazine now how do you get this magazine it's really really easy you can go to any walmart store or any barnes and noble store on their magazine stan they will have issues of remind magazine you can pick one up that way but the best way is.

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"page magazine" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"page magazine" Discussed on WLOB

"On cbs hope you enjoyed that just a few minutes we're going to tune into part one a fibber mcgee and molly but i want to remind all of our listeners about our main sponsor remind magazine this magazine folks if you have not ever picked up an issue a remind magazine you are really missing out because this is a tremendous magazine all about nostalgia you name it they have it in this sixty five to seventy five page magazine each month full color they have puzzles they have games they have articles i mean you name it they have it they talk about movies they talk about your favorite tv shows radio shows and i write an article called radio three sixty in each issue and for this march issue i'm talking about lucille ball i call it hollywood love lucy we talk about her radio show and then her tv show it also has our hollywood three sixty schedule in it all kinds of great stuff and look who's on the cover we have wonder women have sally field audrey hepburn linda carter oprah winfrey we have loretta lynn and princess diana all wonderful women on the cover of the march issue of remind magazine now how do you get this magazine it's really really easy you can go to any walmart store or any barnes and noble store and on their magazine stan they will have issues of remind magazine you can pick one up that way but the best way is.

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"page magazine" Discussed on Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired

Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"page magazine" Discussed on Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired

"Okay i want you to think of multiple page magazine and i know you are laughing at because you say how can we know what a catalog is but i'm gonna tell you some you hadn't seen one like these you all remember those department stores i mean those things seem like they were two thousand pages but i'll never forget mama hogan telling me to go through that magazine that catalog and pick out some things that i liked now looking back i'm sure she said pick out a few things that i might like for christmas but you know oh how it is with our kid bring in my kid brain i translated her phrase into this vip's listen she said go through and pick out some things that i liked my kid brain translation go through that catalog and circle holda stuff you won't for christmas and i ain't gonna lie my little kid brain got so excited because i also translated it another step further vip's i'm telling myself i know not only did i circle everything that i liked in my brain i was also circling everything that i would be getting bless my little hogan heart so you can imagine i'm laying on the floor with a big giant magic marker i mean it took two hands to hold this bad boy circling every item that caught my eye i mean you wouldn't have thought i was balancing the budget the way that i had red marks all over the page i can remember humming and happy and circle and almost like two hundred and fifty items at some.

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"page magazine" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"page magazine" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Magazine to an eighty page magazine but guess what our full claire before it was not full rier and this issue the january issue of remind magazine has all kinds of brain teasers in articles on music and tv and movies and he has trivia contests and fun but the theme of this magazine is nineteen sixty eight oh what a year and there's articles about elvis bought two thousand one space odyssey about the beatles the mod's squad star trek the graduate the movie the graduating mile sixty minutes robert kennedy vietnam and much more there's also a great picture of goldie hawn from lathin on the cover and you won't wanna miss it now i wrote an article on rod serling for this nice yeah about the twilight zone and you know i write for this magazine every single issue my column is called the radio 360 we also have our full broadcast schedule of hollywood 360 in every issue so the full january schedule of the classic radio shows that we play here on hollywood 360 is in the magazine but i gotta tell you when i got this in the mail and i opened it up and i saw that it's now expanded and it's all and color it's just bigger and better than ever folks you need to subscribe to this magazine you will be so happy you did you can pick it up at any wall walmart store or any barnes and noble store across the country but the best way to pick up on the issue of remind magazine or to subscribe which is even.

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"page magazine" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"page magazine" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Magazine to an eighty page magazine but guess what our full before was not full riot and this issue the january issue of remind magazine has all kinds of brain teasers in articles on music and tv and movies entity has trivia contests and fun but the theme of this magazine is 1968 oh what a year and there's articles about elvis bought two thousand one space odyssey about the beatles the mod's squad star trek the graduate the movie the graduating now sixty minutes robert kennedy vietnam and much more is also a great picture of goldie hawn from laugh in on the cover and you won't wanna miss it now i wrote an article on rods circling for this nice yeah about the twilight zone and you know i write for this magazine every single issue my column is call the radio 360 we also have our full broadcast schedule of hollywood 360 in every issue so the full january schedule of the classic radio shows that we play here on hollywood 360 is in the magazine but i gotta tell you when i got this in the mail and i opened it up and i saw that it's now expanded and it's all in color it's just bigger and better than ever folks you need to subscribe to this magazine you will be so happy you did you can pick it up at any walmart store or any barnes and noble store across the country but the best way to pick up on the issue of remind magazine or to subscribe which.

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"page magazine" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"page magazine" Discussed on WLOB

"Two thousand eighteen remind magazine has not only expanded from a fifth these six page magazine to an eighty page magazine but guess what it's old our full color before it was not full writer and this issue the january issue of remind magazine has all kinds of brain teasers in articles on music and tv and movies entity has trivia contest and fun but the theme of this magazine is nineteen sixty eight oh what a year and there's articles about elvis bought two thousand one space odyssey bought the beatles the mod's squad star trek the graduate the movie the gradual email sixty minutes robert kennedy vietnam and much more there's also a great picture of goldie hawn from laugh in on the cover and you won't wanna miss it now i wrote an hour article on rod serling for this sale nice yeah about the twilight zone and you know i write for this magazine every single issue my column is called the radio 360 we also have our full broadcast schedule of hollywood 360 and every issue so the full january schedule of the classic radio shows that we play here on hollywood 360 is in the magazine but i gotta tell you when i got this in the mail and i opened it up at i saw that it's now expanded and it's all and color it's just bigger and better than ever folks you need to subscribe to this magazine you will be so happy you did you can pick it up and any walmart store or any barnes and noble store across the country but the best way to pick up on the issue of remind magazine or to subscribe which is even better.

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