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"party south africa" Discussed on Fortress On A Hill (FOH) Podcast

Fortress On A Hill (FOH) Podcast

06:20 min | 10 months ago

"party south africa" Discussed on Fortress On A Hill (FOH) Podcast

"That it affects people's lives is is absolutely true in both countries to the extent that when I was working in nineteen ninety five and ninety six with an organization called Californians for justice and we were opposing a ballot initiative that eliminated affirmative action in the in California at all levels of state government. We actually hosted a delegation of us of civic organizations from South Africa who are now living in post-apartheid South Africa who wanted to learn about. What are the things that can be done to root out the structures of racism once the legal support for racism is gone and yet the institutional structures are obviously still in place? And so they were very interested in affirmative action. Which by the way in Britain is called positive discrimination as as one of these possible approaches so post a party South Africa I think has is entering into the kind of period that the United States has been in since the end of reconstruction and continues to be in today in which the legal underpinnings of segregation for example are gone and yet segregation as an institutional structure continues in resident residents in education in employment. So that's very long winded answer. I love it I'M A. I'm a long winded by person by nature. I I really like how you connect to the United States. I was listening to a podcast. Someone's interview where they were South African. And they were saying you know what was it like during apartheid. How did the the rest of the world respond in the the very interesting answer that this Gentleman gave was actually that you know folks in the United States and in places like Australia in some ways themselves in the South African situation better than a lot of Europeans or other folks and so I really like that of course I stole the the word For My ongoing dissertation which I call Apartheid New York which. I think I only did that just to really upset people Because it is really fun for me to alienate my family in whites than island but go ahead. The teacher in me is totally fascinated to learn. More about your dissertation. Well I will I'll tell you what I I'll be very happy to send you an intro to read and then you could tell me if you want more. It's it's it's an interesting thing and I do think there are so many connections and of course you know I Aldea go there because I just have to When Tom I started publishing my staff and with regularity He gave me very little advice. There were two things he mentioned and they weren't really strictures so much as just. Hey this is just something to think about. He said we'll number one. Don't read the comments when people yeah of course in the beginning You're just so excited to be published and that's like telling someone not look down right from height so all of comments and then he said just be careful about writing about Israel. He didn't say don't do it is strong in that but he said who knew writer. Judy careful everything you say. You're going to be an anti Semite. And of course then I took the obstinate advice and decides right a ton about So look that. That's a touchy subject. Authors have played with it an activist but I have no expectation of your answer. I'm interested what do you think? Israel occupation to say. Apartheid IS THEIR INACTION. And what value does it pass? If any so my father grew up in an Orthodox Jewish family in Norfolk Virginia and his father was the president of the Norfolk Zionists Club in the nineteen thirties and my father and I had a tacit unspoken agreement that we would never ever discuss that part of the world because we both knew that we would say unforgivable things to each other. If we did and I've never been to Israel I've been to Jordan Syria and Lebanon in two thousand six and I was actually in Lebanon if we had done our trip in the opposite order that we had planned it and Don Lebanon. Last we would actually been there when Israel invaded south Lebanon. A ONCE AGAIN. And so yeah. Let's let's talk about it because you know I grew up believing that. Here's the story right. After World War Two the whole world felt so sorry for what had happened to the Jews by people that they all got together and gave them their own country. And it's called Israel and that was more or less the story that I grew up with and as I got older and kind of matured a little bit and began thinking about these things. Some friends of mine in the early eighties began asking questions. About if your interest as an American Jew is in Your security and your safety in the world as a Jew. It could be argued that the existence and the actions of the State of Israel. Do not actually make you safer but they actually put you in greater danger because if Israel insists on identifying itself as a Jewish state and then performs actions including among other things the Contra performs actions that are unconscionable then people are going to associate those actions with.

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"party south africa" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"party south africa" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Website even though the website times live dot com so what now what country is the age when it comes to websites Zambia what is that we got the story yeah zero one the country is the a what it comes the websites I don't have no healing New Zealand now it except maybe particular let farmers dum dum dum dum dum farmers dump them but the pace secrets to a great dinner party South Africa South Africa okay a signature a great dinner party yes for the second one begin with cheese and fruit I'm sure is have you ever had a different really never thought about that some people I got a buddy system so that we could do to get the story you got to see a nice selection of cheese and fruit really sort of open for fearful right and also pop quizzes you should have a public you know like the pop quiz you play you should always have a quiz involves some sort of work gamer quiz game play with a growing yeah as that race will play someone we get back I KO we're also coming up next trump is on a roll sixty one percent of Americans say they're better off than they were three years ago he's gonna win reelection that's coming up next but I was given is at seven o'clock your kids home with a native New Yorker box sixty weeknights six to seven on the voice of New York seven ten W. O. R. radio station thirty seven degrees at seven o'clock at morning I'm Joe Bartlett closing arguments begin today the Harvey Weinstein sexual assault trial the defense rested the case yesterday thing arguments wrap up the week at the Harvey Weinstein trial but not before the defense takes issue with the prosecution plan to mention how wine stains physical appearance has changed significantly since the alleged assault specifically the Walker Weinstein hobbles in with every day and parks behind the defense table the judge ruled physical changes can be mentioned but warned prosecutors to leave the Walker out of it Alice stacked in rows CDW our new president trump under fire after the justice department intervene in the case of his former aide Roger stone calling for a lesser sentence and the seven to nine years and he faced for lying to Congress and witness tampering the president denies any involvement but agrees with the chain treated Roger stone very badly they traded everybody very badly and if you look at the mall or investigation was a scam we'll have more on this story coming up with lumberman Michael real part of the big three today governor Cuomo meeting with the president today after the administration stop new Yorkers from applying for some of those trusted traveler program the Senate's recently banned new Yorkers from enrolling in these programs that allow for quicker reentry into the country they say it's for safety reasons because of new York's green light law that allows illegal immigrants to get drivers licenses but blacks federal authorities from accessing their DMV records well governor Cuomo claims the move is political retribution but he now plans to offer DMV records just for those applying to trusted traveler programs and for verification purposes only I'm Scott Pringle double the authorities centers for disease control and prevention says it's preparing for the corona virus to take foothold in the US so far only fourteen confirmed cases city councilman Margaret chin meanwhile says it's hurting business in Chinatown for.

"party south africa" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"party south africa" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"South Africans Gins knew there was something special about Ladysmith Black Mambazo years before Paul. Simon fell in love with Zulu choir. The American musician famously collaborated with the acapella group group in the nineteen eighties on his album. Graceland but despite the sudden worldwide audience the group's founder and frontman. Joseph Tshabalala wasn't phased by the fame. He told told Rolling Stone magazine quote. I'm not in a hurry to go outside and sink for somebody. There's something in me in my veins that needs music that's all unquote. Joseph Chabala died. Today he was seventy eight years old. He helped bring a traditional form of acapella known in Zulu as easy Cathy. Tomiya to a worldwide audience. seafoam Obuchi is a South African musician and a longtime friend of Joseph Tshabalala. We reached him in Johannesburg cheaper cheaper. I I'm sorry for the loss of your friend thank you thank you really appreciate that three. We appreciate all ECON balances we precede from all over the world and some of his speeches and we really appreciate it. And that's because it that his Joseph Joseph chevrolets music touched millions of people around the world so but but for you personally what. What Are you remembering about your friend today? Well there's so much to remember Joe's Charlotte one of the most important thing step people. I think everybody who's actually and counted counted. Joseph knows his humility. You know everybody to him was just equal and that for me made him You know remarkable human being. Can you tell us a bit about the music because people know this perhaps not understanding where where it comes from people who have heard while I for those who know the music of Ladysmith Black Mambazo would know it but also those who would listen to Paul Simon timing and here diamonds on the soles of her shoes with no what is it about. What is the Zulu music? Sam What is it. That's unique a traditional music. I come from a lineage. Also close that. He's decorate sing. The music is music that is is created in a camaraderie spirit. So what Ladysmith Mc Blackman Bazo did was to come up to pick because they were all cut into most of the people came to work at Johnny Spook and it's the kind of music build call ingle mobile suit and meant few people understood. Do the pair pulls it was just that music to bring people together brought a lot of people together because I mean look at the politics a moment of of a of a party South Africa Joseph Chabala and Ladysmith Black Mambazo managed to put a musical bridge between black and white society in in your country. But how did he do. How did he elevate this to a place where it just had this universal quality to one very important important hot that we should not aloke? Is the interaction recoil sign. The Inca action was said and Hilton Roles. Until I think Paul has always been a someone will you'd consider an explorer. Because if he listened to most of his music he's probably we'll be troubled almost all all over the world to try and find different kinds of music. You could work waste. And indeed when he recorded with the Lega Smith Blackman Bazo. He introduced the kind of music because the fusion that he created with the music through his lyrical sense which obviously wasn't English and what Ladysmith Split members of the and with the Hammer. Nick Acapella you know that combination was just the fascinating I think everybody understood where the music was heading even though they could not understand the language but the fact that Paul Simon was leading the process manic easier for the western ear to appreciate the music even more so and he then produced a work of Ladysmith. Black Mambazo does. Oh that was separate from his own collaborations right well. That was confirmation off the kinds of luggage for the music h was to offend the you know L. Lady Smith does say that whether you record the music with me or your music alone. What is important to set unreal- offending what? I loved. What I began with you through the music I recorded and of course then Ladysmith Black Mambazo went onto win Five Grammy Awards for their work is said. He mentioned how humble Joseph was. How did he feel about that that kind of attention? I've always believed that. It was not something that he was conscious off he was someone believes that he's you know he makes his music. Take a pair posts to make people happy to say despite his creativity to ensure the educated people about himself about about his people. You know about the Zulu culture about the music of the African people in a second thing in in a certain area which was called Lady Smith and you say that Paul Simon he he. He recognized that he connected with a a by wondering about the other other very famous musicians. Who collaborated elaborated with Joseph Shahala including stevie wonder and Dolly Parton and Emmylou Harris and Michael Jackson did they? Did they respect yes very much so you know. When Joseph walked into a room? You could feel that this man has made a contribution. He's made a difference. Your friends to the rest of the world the world through his music. Is there any story any particular memory that you're holding there about your rented for me everywhere at been everywhere up next Joseph. When he was at his performances he always ensured ensured that you know he would let people know that unpleasant? I remember this particular concert which was nujis- with Harry California and he was told L. as in the audience and for some strange reason he introduced me to the audience. Of course many many people do not allow us. That debt for me was said was a great gesture from him. At injury realized the level of respect he had for me much as I had the same kind of respect guy it for and what also was critical is that we always refer to each other through our clan and names out. Call Him Angle and you'd call me Babu's were a man. What a loss? Yes indeed it CPA. Thank you so much for sharing your memories with us. Thank you Carol. Thank you so much CPA. Mabuza is a South African Eric and musician and a close friend of the late. Joseph Chabala the founder and frontman of Ladysmith Black Mambazo. He died today at the age of seventy eight.

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"party south africa" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"party south africa" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Underway following yesterday's election with the opinion polls pointing to the ruling African National Congress extending its twenty five years in power. The nation's current president needs a convincing majority to push through the economic reforms in the face of an opposition within the party, South Africa, deputy bureau chief NBA joins us not good to see you as always the latest developments. What do we reckon? Voting is underway in with over one point one million ballots. Having been counted the ANC is in the need a final results are scheduled to be released on Saturday the racist. Certain you on what will be important is what margin the ruling African National. Congress is expected to be when this election, we'll know more as the counting continues. Yes. And I'm just looking at Rhonda. I there's a couple of couple of markets on the move. And what did the markets actually expected the moment? That investors are really concerned about the long-term prospects of growth for the economy that closely tied, of course, to policies and policy continuation so that margin with which the ANC wins will be significant for investors. A wind of over sixty percent for the ANC is expected to strengthen the red. We know that the fate of the rand and government bonds is closely tied a game to that margin with which the as he could possibly win this election. Just very very quickly and thirty seconds is Rama pose a really facing opposition internally. But supported by the public is that the dichotomy. Yes. His approval ratings have been very very high this emission. However, they is fetching within his own party, a decisive win could really embolden be able to implement the policies and the decisions that he's made Thomas's on to that you mentioned as well. As invested the fast and furious Imbaba with the very latest from South Africa, we see throughout the day deputy bureau chief inside Africa and the rant is.

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"party south africa" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"party south africa" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Content is underway following yesterday's election with the opinion polls pointing to the ruling African National Congress extending its twenty five years in power. The nation's current president needs a convincing majority to push through the economic reforms in the face of an opposition within the party South Africa deputy bureau chief I'm bothe- joins is not good to see you as always the latest developments. What do we reckon? Voting is underway. And with Oba one point one million ballots having been counted the ANC is in the need. Final results are scheduled to be released on Saturday, the racist sits you on. What will be important is what margin the ruling African National? Congress is expected to be when this election. Well, no more as the content continues. Yes. I'm just looking at ram that. I there's a couple there's a couple of markets on the move. And what did the mock it's actually expected the moment. That investors are really concerned about that long term prospects of growth for the economy that closely tied, of course, to policy states and policy continuation so that margin with which the ANC winds will be basic -nificant for investors. A win of over sixty percent for the ANC is expected to strengthen the red. We know that the fate of the rand and government bonds is closely tied to gain to that margin with which the ANC could possibly win this election. Just very very quickly in thirty seconds is Rama pose a really facing opposition internally. But supported by the public is not the dichotomy. Yes. He's approval ratings have been very very high ahead of this emission. However, they is fetching Eliza within his own party decides the wind could really embolden 'em to be able to implement the policies and the decisions that he's made promises on to the immigration as well as investors. The fast and furious Imbaba with the very latest from South Africa. I'm we see throughout the day deputy bureau chief inside Africa and the rant is it. A bit later this morning.

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"party south africa" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

11:07 min | 2 years ago

"party south africa" Discussed on 600 WREC

"We now return to Mark Stein here on the Rush Limbaugh program. Yes. A tweet who wants to now I said, I came always come over in the caravan of Canadian guest hosts, and and a tweet who wants to know whether we use Zamboni he's for the for the Canadian guests has and yes, that's true are caravans. We actually all come all the guest hosts, we just climb onto the Zamboni, and we bony across the border. And that's how we all get in. If you're wondering why the whole the whole country seems to be filling up with Canadian guests. It's these caravans Ambani's we're coming in. But we have a solution to that. If you go to Rush Limbaugh dot com, and you take out a subscription to the Limbaugh letter. You will always have plenty of fine. Reading for when rush takes a day off. He's got a little bit of a tickle in his throat today. And so he's taking the day off. So his voice will get up to full full strength because my voice, that's okay. If you just want to be some third rate foreign guest, if you wanna do this every day, you gotta have like, you're gotta have like, a professional broadcasters voice. So Russia's taking cab is voice. But if you go to Rush Limbaugh dot com. Take out a subscription to the Limbaugh letter. He always interviews super interesting people. He's got one of the sharpest thinkers around today in this latest edition, and that is the great Victor Davis Hanson. I had the pleasure of sharing stage with Victoria in San Francisco a couple of months ago, and Victor always has soup shop insights and evade dry wit and wide range of cultural references, and you won't wanna miss Russia's interview. With with him in the Limbaugh letter. Lots of other good things in there to next time. Some guest host is clogging up your airwaves just settle back. Get a glass of cognac and a cigar. And a copy of the Limbaugh letter and eventually the annoying phone guest host will just fade into the background to get hold of that go to Rush Limbaugh dot com and click on the the Limbaugh letter. And you know, where I I can't I'm not really ready for the twenty twenty election. Because I don't I don't get the I I love Betty things about America. There are many things that are admirable, but like the two years of cab payday before the presidential election. I find a bit much Canada has at Australia Britain, whatever have six week election campaigns, the last cybernetic, Canada, the the conservative government for some reason decided they wanted hold a twelve week election campaign if they'd held a six week one they would have won it. They lost they lost. Because it went on for twelve weeks at everyone was so bored and sick of it by then, but we have so I find that very on. I find it. It's like we're still what is it that congressional district in North Carolina. We're still trying to figure out who won that it's like four months after the election. The in Canada, we hold election day on election day. So we don't have this whole thing like in Florida where they doing. Still doing manual recounts. Six weeks later and all the rest of it. But I saw no really ready for it. And I and I agree with the thing from Nick Gillespie at reason magazine that I was quoting the beginning of the show at the top of the show that that Trump has sort of changed the rules. Cory booker. Was in my state, New Hampshire. This weekend. And he was down in Manchester, New Hampshire the biggest city in the state, and he's traveling the early primary states, and he said what's called me to run for president is because I think we need a revival of civic grace, and immediately I think oh God knock it off you complete phony y'all running for president because you think we need a revival of civic grace. We need to reignite. A more, courageous empathy. I don't even get that. I don't even get whether empathy can be courageous. I don't know. Even whether empathy is ignited is empathy impossible if you get enough sufficiently courageous courageous empathetic types in a room. Do they spontaneously combust this is just like the of political speak? No, real person talks like this fun site, man. Get a grip on yourself this on even this shouldn't even be a left right thing. This is this is a this is the danger for the Democrats in this election. That's the difference between Dennis Miller. I I mentioned that. I just done these hit shows with Dennis. We were like trying it out. We were in reading Pennsylvania. Where beautiful theater the Santander theater. Laurel and hardy and Abbott and Costello played that. And then Mailer and Stein. I said right there that's the decline of America in three acts, laurel and hardy, Abbott and Costello inside. But Dennis had this line. Or you said whatever you feel about Trump. Trump's outta voice is the same as his inner voice. And that's actually, whereas he says Hillary Clinton doubts. He doubts that Hillary's in a voice has ever had a Cup of coffee with her out of office. And that's actually true for most political candidates. If you listen to Cory Booker doing all this rubbish blathering Twaddell cubs walloping nonsense. In Manchester, New Hampshire that he's running. What's called me to run for pre-? Well, no one called you to run for president. Don't call us. We'll call you know, one cold you you called yourself to run for president. Is because we need to reignite him, more, courageous empathy. That's just that's just sort of blurry soft. Focus Twaddell words, I wouldn't even be reading this. I had no idea. Cory Booker set foot in my state, but Mr. Snerdley sent this thing flu and south Snerdley sent me this thing I'm going to have to read it, otherwise you'll get annoyed with me. It's it's nonsense from beginning ten, and then he goes on we need to understand that old African saying that if you want to go fast, go alone. But if you want to go far go together, really, that's an old African saying is it really really. That's like Hillary when she's it takes a village to raise a child, you know, that's an African saying no African is actually said the African saying and actually no African wants to live in an African village. They've all moved out of the villages to these big shanty mega coastal megalopolises. If you fly over west Africa at at night, it just looks like one great coastal city of millions and millions and millions and millions and millions of people. So no African wants to live in an African village. So why we should pay any attention to fictitious proverbs about African villages. And incidentally, there's no such thing as an African saying all tribal sayings. So which part of Africa is it Trevor Noah before he sounded hosting that show in America and became totally boring actually used to make jokes about the inability to distinguish between his party, South Africa and the parts of west Africa where they got the bowl of and all the rest of it running around, which which which paid of Africa. What do you mean an African saying there's no which paid of Africa is this because Africa's all tribal so I'm saying and the saying is completely unknown to the other tried and incidentally, there's nothing like an old African saying that if you want to go fast, go alone. But if you want to go far go together because as we all know in Africa, politics is tribal and one tried comes out on top by killing the other tribes. So they don't actually say sentimental things like this who's like in Liberia land of the freed slaves, for example. They. Generally, speaking. They don't go far together they go far alone by killing the other guy. And if you've seen the Quentin Tarantino film where they slice off the is to snuck in the middle with you. They slice off actually other body parts when they decide to rise up and kill the president for life in Liberia, and it all gets a little bit Messier there because it's it's the ancient try that actually isn't authentic tribal belief that if you eat the private parts of the previous lead, his powers of leadership will pass on to you. I don't believe they actually do that head believe they chop off Barrack Obama, so George W Bush's and make the incoming lead to eat them. But that's the way they do it in Liberia anyway. So. Where so this whole phony thing, I don't know whether people are ready to go back to the fakeness of it come on Cory Booker, this someone real down there. Why why why Tolkien this fakey stupid outside voice thing? Oh revival of civic grace. We need to understand fictitious old African sayings. I I went to Costco, and and bought a job lot of general, purpose African sayings for aspiring presidential candidates. It's all rubbish. It's all what do you really think? Man. Who's the real you deep down inside? Is there a real you always they just a dead husk who's been given these stupid stupid generalized feel-good Twaddell bias focus group, guys. Where is the real talk? Come on, man. That's gotta be this gonna be. I know you're having difficulty you came out as heterosexual couple of weeks ago. That's a that's a courageous thing to do. In the democrat primary fail. But what is the real you deep down on the side? We come from change the rules. We can't just go back to this fake insincere pseudo authenticity. That is in fact, completely inauthentic. We can go back to that March for rush. We will take your calls straight ahead. You're listening to the IB networks..

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"party south africa" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

11:08 min | 2 years ago

"party south africa" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"We now return to Mark Stein here on the Rush Limbaugh program. Yes, a Twitter wants to now. I said I came I always come over in the caravan of Canadian guest hosts, and and a tweet who wants to know, whether we use Zamboni he's for the for the Canadian guests has and yes, that's true caravans. We actually all come all the guest hosts, we just climb onto the Zamboni, and we Zamboni across the border. And that's how we all get in. If you're wondering why the whole the whole country seems to be filling up with Canadian guests. It's these caravan Zamboni we're coming in. But we have a solution to that. If you go to Rush Limbaugh dot com, and you take out a subscription to the Limbaugh letter. You will always have plenty of fine. Reading for when rush takes a day off. He's got a little bit of a. Tickle in his throat today. And so he's taking the day off. So his voice will get up to full full strength is. I my voice. That's okay. If you just wanna be some third way foreign guest, if you wanna do this every day, you gotta have like you gotta have like a professional broadcast voice. So Russia's taking Gav is voice. But if you go to Rush Limbaugh dot com. Take out a subscription to the Limbaugh letter. He always interviews super interesting people. He's got one of the shop is thinkers around today in this latest edition, and that is the great Victor Davis Hanson. I had the pleasure of showing sage Victoria. In San Francisco a couple of months ago, and Victor always has super shop insights and evade dry wit and wide range of cultural references, and you won't want to miss Russia's interview. With with him in the Limbaugh letter. Lots of other good things in that to next time. Some guest host is clogging up your airwaves just settle back. Get a glass of cognac and a cigar and a copy of the Limbaugh letter and eventually the annoying phone guest host will just fade into the background to get hold of that go to Rush Limbaugh dot com and click on the the Limbaugh letter. And you know, where I I'm not really ready for the twenty twenty election. Because I don't I get the I I love Betty things about America. There are many things that are admirable, but like the two years of cab payday before the presidential election. I find a bit much Canada has at Austrailia Britain, whatever have six week election campaigns, the last side, Canada, the conservative government for some reason decided they wanted hold a twelve week election campaign if they held a six week one they would have won it. They lost they lost because it went on for twelve weeks, and everyone was so bored and sick of it by then, but we have so I find that day on I find it. It's like still what is it that congressional district in North Carolina. We're still trying to figure out who won that is like four months after the election because and that's the other thing in Canada, we hold election day on election day. So we don't have this whole thing like in. Florida where they doing still doing manual recounts, six weeks later and all the rest of it. But I saw no really ready for it. And I and I agree with the thing from Nick Gillespie at reason magazine that I was quoting the beginning of the show at the top of the show that Trump has sort of changed the rules. Cory booker. Was in my state, New Hampshire. This weekend. And he was down in Manchester, New Hampshire the biggest city in the state, and he's traveling the early primary states, and he said what's called me to run for president is because I think we need a revival of civic grace, and immediately I think oh God knock it off you complete phony y'all running for president because you think we need a revival of civic grace. We need to reignite. A more, courageous empathy. I don't even get that. I don't even get whether empathy can be courageous. I don't know. Even whether empathy is ignited is empathy can possible if you get enough sufficiently courageous courageous empathetic types in a room. Do they spontaneously combust this is just like the blather of political speak? No, real person talks like this site, man. Get a grip on yourself is on even this shouldn't even be a left right thing. This is this is a this is the danger for the Democrats in this election is the difference between Dennis Miller. I mentioned that I just done these hit shows with Dennis. We were like trying it out. We were in reading Pennsylvania. Beautiful theater. The Santander theater. Laurel and hardy there and Abbott and Costello played the and then Mailer and Stein. I said right there that's the decline of America in three acts, laurel and hardy Abbott and Costello melons thought. But Dennis had this line where you say whatever you feel about Trump. Trump's outta voice is the same as his inner voice. And that's actually, whereas he says Hillary Clinton doubts doubts that Hillary's in a voice has ever had a Cup of coffee with her out avoids, and that's actually true for most political candidates. If you listen to Cory Booker doing all this rubbish blathering Twaddell cubs walloping nonsense. In Manchester, New Hampshire that he's running. What's called me to run for pre-? Well, no one called you to run for president. Don't call us. We'll call you. And no one cold you you called yourself to run for president. Is because we need to reignite him, more, courageous empathy. That's just that's just sort of blurry soft. Focus Twaddell words, I wouldn't even be reading this. I had no idea. Cory Booker set foot in my state, but Mr. Snerdley sent this thing flu and south. Snerdley sent me this thing I'm gonna have to read it, otherwise he'll get annoyed with me. It's it's nonsense from beginning ten, and then he goes on we need to understand that old African saying that if you want to go fast, go alone. But if you want to go far go together, really, that's an old African saying is it really really. That's like Hillary when she's it takes a village to raise a child, you know, that's an African saying no African is actually said the African saying and actually no African wants to live in an African village. They've all moved out of the villages. So these big shanty mega coastal megalopolises. If you fly over west Africa at at night, it just looks like one great coastal city of millions and millions and millions and millions and millions of people. So no African wants to live in an African village. So why we should pay any attention to fictitious proverbs about African villages. And incidentally, there's no such thing as an African saying all tribal sayings. So which part of Africa is it Trevor Noah before he sounded hosting that show in America and became totally boring actually used to make jokes about the inability to distinguish between his party, South Africa and the parts of west Africa where they got the bowl of an old of estimate running around which bridge which paid of Africa. What do you mean an African saying, there's no pain of Africa is this because Africa's old tribal so gotta saying and the saying is completely unknown to the other tried and incidentally, there's nothing like an old African saying that if you want to go fast, go alone. But if you want to go far go together because as we all know in Africa, politics is tribal and one tried comes out on top by killing the other tribes. So they don't actually say sentimental things like this who's like in Liberia land of the freed slaves, for example. They jen. Generally, speaking. They don't go far together they go far alone by killing the other guy. And if you've seen the Quentin Tarantino film where they slice off the is to snuck in the middle with you. They slice off actually other body parts when they decide to rise up and kill the president for life in Liberia, and it all gets little bit Messier there because it's it's the ancient try that actually isn't authentic tribal belief that if you eat the private parts of the previous lead, his powers of leadership will pass on to you. I don't believe they actually do that head and believe they chop off Barack Obama's George W Bush's and make the incoming leader eat them. But that's the way they do it in Liberia anyway. So. So this whole phony thing, I don't know whether people are ready to go back to the fakeness of it come on Cory Booker, this someone real down there. Why why why token this fakey stupid outside voice thing revival of civic grace? We need to understand fictitious old African sayings. I I went to Costco, and and bought a job lot of general, purpose African sayings for aspiring presidential candidates. It's all love fish. It's all what do you really think? Man. Who's the real you deep down inside? Is there a real you always they just a dead husk who's being given these stupid stupid generalized fielded Twaddell bias focus group guys. Where is the real talk? Come on, man. That's gotta be this gonna be. I know you having difficulty you came out as heterosexual couple of weeks ago. That's that's courageous thing to do. In the democrat primary fail. But what is the real you deep down on the side? We come from change the rules. We can't just go back to this fake, insincere Shudo authenticity. That is in fact, completely inauthentic. We can't go back to that monster garage. We will take your calls straight ahead. You're listening to the I b network Washington's.

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"party south africa" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

10:53 min | 2 years ago

"party south africa" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"A tweet who wants to know whether we use Zamboni he's for the for the Canadian guests has and yes, that's true are caravans. We actually all come all the guest hosts, we just climb onto the Zamboni, and we Sam bony across the border. And that's how we all get in. If you're wondering why the whole the whole country seems to be filling up with Canadian guests. It's these caravans Ambani's the we're coming in. But we have a solution to that. If you go to Rush Limbaugh dot com, and you take out a subscription to the Limbaugh letter. You will always have plenty of fine. Reading for when rush takes. Today. He's got a little bit of a tickle in his throat today. And so he's taking the day off. So his voice will get up to full full straight, my voice. That's okay. If you just want to be some third rate foreign guest host. But if you wanna do this every day, you gotta have like, you gotta have like, a professional broadcasters voice. So Russia's taking Gav is voice. But if you go to Rush Limbaugh dot com take out a subscription to the Limbaugh letter. He always interviews super interesting people. He's got one of the shop is thinkers around today in this latest edition, and that is the great Victor Davis Hanson. I had the pleasure of sharing stage with Victoria. In San Francisco a couple of months ago, and Victor always has soup as shop insights and evade dry wit and wide range of cultural references, and you won't want to miss Russia's interview. With with him in the Limbaugh letter. Lots of other good things in that to next time. Some guest host coconut your airwaves. Just settle back. Get a glass of cognac and a copy of the Limbaugh letter and eventually the annoying phone guest host will just fade into the background to get hold of that to Rush Limbaugh dot com and click on the the Limbaugh letter. And you know, where I I'm not really ready for the twenty twenty election. Because I don't I don't get the I've not I love Betty things about America. There are many things that are admirable. But like the two years of campaigning before the presidential election fight a bit much Canada has had Australia Britain, whatever have six week election campaigns. The last cyber added Canada, the the conservative government for some reason decided they wanted hold a twelve week election campaign if they'd held a six week one they would have won it. They lost they lost. Because it went on for twelve weeks at everyone was so bored and sick of it by then, but we have so I find that very on. I find it. It's like we're still what is it that congressional district in North Carolina was still trying to figure out who won that. It's like four months after the election is an SE in Canada, we hold election day on election day. So we don't have this whole thing like in. Florida where they doing still doing manual recounts, six weeks Slater and all the rest of it. But. So I'm not really ready for it. And I and I agree with the thing nNcholas Beate reason magazine that I was quoting the beginning of the show at the top of the show that Trump has sort of changed the rules. Cory booker. Was in my state, New Hampshire. This weekend. And he was down in Manchester, New Hampshire the biggest city in the state, and he's traveling the early primary states, and he said what's called me to run for president is because I think we need a revival of civic grace, and immediately I think oh God knock it off you complete phony Yano running for president. Because you think we need a revival of civic grace. We need to reignite. A more, courageous empathy. I don't even get that. I don't even get where the empathy can be courageous. I don't know. Even whether empathy is ignited is empathy impossible if you get enough sufficiently courageous courageous empathetic types in a room. Do they spontaneously combust this is just like the blather of political speak? No real person told this fight thought site, man. Get a grip on yourself is on even this shouldn't even be a left right thing. This is this is a this is the danger for the Democrats in this election. That's the difference between Dennis Miller. I mentioned that I just done these hit shows with Dennis. We were like trying it out. We were in reading Pennsylvania. I mean, beautiful theater. The Santander theater. Laurel and hardy played an Abbott and costano played the and then Mailer and Stein, I send to right there. That's the decline of America in three acts, laurel and hardy, Abbott and Costello. But Dennis had this line where you said, whatever you feel about Trump Trump's outta voice is the same as his inner voice. And that's actually, whereas he says Hillary Clinton doubts doubts that Hillary's in a voice has ever had a Cup of coffee with her out of voice, and that's actually true for most political candidates. If you listen to Corey Booker doing all this rubbish blathering Twaddell cubs walloping nonsense. In Manchester, New Hampshire that he's running. What's called me to run for pre-? Well, no one told you to run for president. Don't call us. We'll call you know, one cold you you called yourself to run for president. Is because we need to reignite, more, courageous empathy. That's just that's just sort of blurry soft. Focus Twaddell words, I wouldn't even be reading this. I had no idea. Cory Booker set foot in my state, but Mr. Snerdley sent this thing FU and south. Snerdley sent me this thing I'm gonna have to read it, otherwise you'll get annoyed with me. It's it's nonsense from beginning ten, and then he goes on we need to understand that old African saying that if you want to go fast, go alone. But if you want to go. Go together. Really? That's an old African saying is it really really. That's like Hillary when she's it takes a village to raise a child, you know, that's an African saying no African is FA actually said the African saying and actually no African wants to live in an African village. They've all moved out of the villages. So these big shanty mega coastal megalopolises. If you fly over west Africa at at night, it just looks like one great coastal city of millions and millions and millions and millions and millions of people. So no African wants to live in an African village. So why we should pay any attention to fictitious province about African villages. And incidentally, there's no such thing as an African saying all tribal sayings. So which part of Africa is it Trevor Noah before he sounded hosting that show in America and became totally boring actually used to make jokes about the inability to distinguish between his party, South Africa and the parts of west Africa where they got the bowl of and all the rest of it running around, which which which beat of Africa. What do you mean an African saying, there's no which pain of Africa is this because Africa's old tribal so one five Scott a saying the saying is completely unknown to the other tried and incidentally, there's nothing like an old African saying that if you want to go fast, go alone. But if you want to go far go together because as we all know in Africa, politics is tribal and one tried comes out on top by killing the other tribes. So they don't actually say sentimental things like this who's like in Liberia land of the freed slaves, for example. They jen. Generally, speaking. They don't go together they go far alone by killing the other guy. And if you've seen the Quentin Tarantino film where they slice off the is to snuck in the middle with you. They slice off actually other body parts when they decide to rise up and kill the president for life in Liberia, and it all gets a little bit Messier there because it's it's the ancient try that actually isn't authentic tribal belief that if you eat the private parts of the previous lead, his powers of leadership will pass on to you. I don't believe they actually do that head and believe they chop off Barack Obama's George W Bush's and make the incoming lead to eat them. But that's the way they do it in Liberia anyway, so. So this whole phony thing, I don't know whether people are ready to go back to the fakeness of it come on Cory Booker, this someone real down there. Why why why Tolkien this fakey stupid outside voice thing revival of civic grace? We need to understand fictitious old African sayings. I I went to Costco, and bought a job lot of general, purpose African sayings for aspiring presidential candidates. It's all rubbish. It's all what do you really think? Man. Who's the real you deep down inside? Is there a real you always they just a dead husk who's being given these stupid stupid generalized fielded Twaddell bias focus group guys. They where is the real talk. Come on, man. That's gotta be this gonna be. I know you having difficulty you came out as heterosexual couple of weeks ago. That's a that's a courageous thing to do. In the democrat primary fail. But what is the wheel you deep down on the side? We come from change the rules. We can't just go back to this fake, insensate Shudo authenticity. That is in fact, completely inauthentic. We can't go back to that marks on for rush. We will take your cold straight ahead. You're listening to the network..

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"party south africa" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

10:28 min | 2 years ago

"party south africa" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"We now return to Mark Stein here on the Rush Limbaugh program. Yes, a tweet who wants to now I said, I came always come over in the caravan of Canadian guest hosts, and and a tweet who wants to know whether we use Zamboni for the for the Canadian guests has any assets through our caravans. We actually all come all the guest hosts, we just climb onto the Zamboni, and we Sam bony across the border. And that's how we all get in. If you're wondering why the whole the whole country seems to be filling up with Canadian guests. It's these caravans Ambani's coming in. But we have a solution to that. If you go to Rush Limbaugh dot com, and you take out a subscription to the Limbaugh letter. You will always have plenty of fine. Reading for when rush takes a day off. He's got a little bit of a tickle in his throat today. And so. So he's taking the day off. So his voice will get up to full full straight. Because I my voice. That's okay. If you just want to be some third right foreign guest. But if you wanna do this every day, you gotta have like you're going to have like a professional broadcast voice. So Russia's taking cab is voice. But if you go to Rush Limbaugh dot com. Take out a subscription to the Limbaugh letter. He always interviews super interesting people. He's got one of the shop is think is around today in this latest edition, and that is the great Victor Davis Hanson. I had the pleasure of sharing stage with Victoria in San Francisco a couple of months ago, and Victor always has super shop insights and evade dry wit and wide range of cultural references, and you won't want to miss Russia's interview. With with him in the Limbaugh letter. Lots of other good things in that too. Next time some guests toasted coconut your airwaves to settle back. Get a glass of cognac and a cigar and a copy of the Limbaugh letter and eventually the annoying phone guest host will just fade into the background to get hold of that get a Rush Limbaugh dot com and click on the the Limbaugh letter. And you know, where I I'm not really ready for the twenty twenty election. Because I don't I don't get the I I love Betty things about America, though, Betty things that are admirable. But like the two years of campaigning before the presidential a bit much Canada has at Australia Britain, whatever have six week election campaigns, the last cyber Canada, the the conservative government for some reason decided they wanted hold a twelve week election campaign if they'd held a six week one they would have won it. They lost they lost. Because it went on for twelve weeks at everyone was so bored and sick of it by then, but we have so I find that. I find it. It's like we're still what is it that congressional district in North Carolina. We're still trying to figure out who won that it's like four months after the election. The other thing Canada, we hold election day on election day. So we don't have this whole thing. Like in Florida where they're doing still doing manual recounts, six weeks later and all the rest of it. But so I'm not really ready for it. And I and I agree with the thing from Nick Gillespie at reason magazine that I was quoting the beginning of the show at the top of the show that that Trump has sort of changed the rules. Cory booker. Was in my state, New Hampshire. This weekend. And he was down in Manchester, New Hampshire the biggest city in the state, and he's traveling the early primary states, and he said what's called me to run for president is because I think we need a revival of civic grace, and immediately I think oh God knock it off you complete phony running for president. Because you think we quote need a revival of civic grace. We need to reignite. A more, courageous empathy. I don't even get that. I don't even get whether empathy can be courageous. I don't know. Even whether empathy is ignited is empathy can possible if you get enough sufficiently courageous courageous empathetic types in a room. Do they spontaneously combust this is just like the album of political speak? No, real person talks like this site ban. Get a grip on yourself this on even this shouldn't even be a left right thing. This is this is a this is the danger for the Democrats in this election. That's the difference between Dennis Miller. I mentioned that I just done these hit shows with Dennis. We were like trying it out. We were in reading Pennsylvania. Mean beautiful theater? The Santander theater. Laurel and hardy played there and Abbott and Costello played the and then Miller and Stein. I said right there that's the decline of America in three acts, laurel and hardy, Abbott and Costello. But Dennis had this line where he said, whatever you feel about Trump Trump's outta voice is the same as his inner voice. And that's actually, whereas he says Hillary Clinton doubts doubts that Hillary's in a voice has ever had a Cup of coffee with her outta voice. And that's actually true for most political candidates. If you listen to Cory Booker doing all this rubbish, blathering Twaddell codswallop ping nonsense. In Manchester, New Hampshire that he's running. What's called me to run for pre-? Well, no one called to run for president. Don't call us. We'll call you. And no one cold you you called yourself to run for president. Is because we need to reignite, more, courageous empathy. That's just that's just sort of blurring soft. Focus Twaddell words, I wouldn't even be reading this. I had no idea. Cory Booker set foot in my state, but Mr. Snerdley sent this thing flu now, south Snerdley sent me this thing I'm going to have to read it, otherwise you'll get annoyed with me. It's it's nonsense from beginning ten, and then he goes on we need to understand that old African saying that if you want to go fast, go alone. But if you want to go far go together, really, that's an old African saying is it really really. That's like Hillary when she's it takes a village to raise a child, you know, that's an African saying no African is actually said the African saying and actually no African wants to live in an African village. They've all moved out of the villages to these big shanty mega coastal megalopolises. If you fly over west Africa at at night, it just looks like one great coastal city of millions and millions and millions and millions and millions of people. So no African wants to live in an African village. So why we should pay any attention to fictitious proverbs about African villages. And incidentally, there's no such thing as an African saying because they've all tribal sayings, so which part of Africa is it Trevor Noah before he sounded hosting that show in America and became totally boring actually used to make jokes about the inability to distinguish between his party, South Africa and the parts of west Africa where they go. The bowl of all the rest of it running around which bridge which bit of Africa. What do you mean an African saying there's no should which bit of Africa is this because Africa's old tribal so one tribes go to saying and the saying is completely unknown to the other tried and incidentally, there's nothing like an old African saying that if you want to go fast, go alone. But if you want to go far go together because as we all know in Africa, politics is tribal and one tried comes out on top by killing the other tribes. So they don't actually say sentimental things like this who's like in Liberia land of the freed slaves, for example. They generally speaking. They don't go far together they go far alone by killing the other guy. And if you've seen the Quentin Tarantino film where they slice off the is stuck in the middle with you. They slice off actually other body parts when they decide to rise up and kill the president for life in Liberia, and it all gets a little bit Messier there because it's it's the ancient that actually isn't authentic tribal belief that if you eat the private parts of the previously his powers of leadership will pass on to you. I don't believe they actually do that head believe they chop off a Barrack Obama, so George W Bush's and make the incoming lead to eat them. But that's the way they do it in Liberia anyway. So. So this whole phony thing, I don't know whether people are ready to go back to the fakeness of it common. Cory Booker, this someone real down there. Why why why talk in this fakey stupid outside voice thing. Oh revival of civic grace. We need to understand fictitious old African sayings. I I went to Costco, and bought a job lot of general, purpose African sayings for aspiring presidential candidates. It's all rubbish. It's all what do you really think? Man. Who's the real you deep down inside is them, a real you always they just a dead husk who's being given these stupid stupid generalized feel-good Twaddell bias focus group. Guys, wear is the real talk come on man, that's going to be this don't be. I know you're having difficulty you came out as heterosexual couple of weeks ago. That's a that's a courageous thing to do in the democrat primary fail, but what is. Wheel you deep down on the side. We come from change the rules. We can't just go back to this fake incense as huge authenticity. That is in fact, completely inauthentic. We can't go back to that March on from rush. We will take your calls straight ahead. You're listening to the network shock and.

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"party south africa" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

08:51 min | 2 years ago

"party south africa" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"We now return to Mark Stein here on the Rush Limbaugh program. Yes. A tweet who wants to now I said, I came always come over in the caravan of Canadian guest hosts, and and a tweet who wants to know whether we use Zamboni for the for the Canadian guests has an yes, that's true are caravans. We actually all come all the guest hosts, we just climb onto the Zamboni, and we Zamboni across the border. And that's how we all get in. If you're wondering why the whole the whole country seems to be filling up with Canadian guests. It's these caravans Ambani's we're coming in. But we have a solution to that. If you go to Rush Limbaugh dot com, and you take out a subscription to the Limbaugh letter. You will always have plenty of fine. Reading for when rush takes a day. He's got a little bit of a tickle in his. Throat today. And so he's taking the day off. So his voice will get up to full full strength because I my voice. That's okay. If you just wanna be some third rate foreign guest, if you wanna do this every day, you gotta have like you're going to have like, a professional broadcasters voice. So Russia's taking cab is voice. But if you go to Rush Limbaugh dot com. Take out a subscription to the Limbaugh letter. He always interviews super interesting people. He's got one of the shop is thinkers around today in this latest edition, and that is the great Victor Davis Hanson. I had the pleasure of sharing stage with Victoria in San Francisco a couple of months ago, and Victor always has super shop insights and evade dry wit and wide range of cultural references, and you won't want to miss Russia's interview. With with him in the Limbaugh letter. Lots of other good things in that to next time. Some guest host is clogging up your airway. Just settle back. Get a glass of cognac and a cigar and a copy of the Limbaugh letter. And then surely the annoying phone guest host. We'll just fade into the background to get hold of that go to Rush Limbaugh dot com and click on the the Limbaugh letter. And you know, I I I'm not really ready for the twenty twenty election. Because I don't I don't get the I I love Betty things about America. There are many things that are admirable, but like the two years of cab payday before the presidential election. I find a bit much Canada has at Australia Britain, whatever have six week election campaigns, the last cybernetic, Canada, the the conservative government for some reason decided they wanted hold a twelve week election campaign if they'd held a six week one they would have won it. They lost they lost. Because it went on for twelve weeks at everyone was so bored and sick of it by then, but we have so I find that day on I find it. It's like we're still what is it that congressional district in North Carolina. We're still trying to figure out who won that. It's like four months after the election is an Esa other thing in Canada, we hold election day on election day. So we don't have this whole thing like in. Florida where they doing still doing manual recounts, six weeks later and all the rest of it. But I saw no really ready for it. And I and I agree with the thing from Nick Gillespie at reason magazine that I was quoting the beginning of the show at the top of the show that that Trump has sort of changed the rules. Cory booker. Was in my state, New Hampshire. This. Weekend. And he was down in Manchester, New Hampshire the biggest city in the state, and he's traveling the early primary states, and he said what's called me to run for president is because I think we need a revival of civic grace, and immediately I think oh God knock it off you complete phony y'all running for president because you think we quote need a revival of civic grace. We need to reignite. A more, courageous empathy. I don't even get that. I don't even get whether empathy can be courageous. I don't know. Even whether empathy is ninety is empathy impossible if you get enough sufficiently courageous courageous empathetic types in a room. Do they spontaneously combust this is just like the blather of political speak? No, real person talks like this fun site ban. Get a grip on yourself. It's on even this shouldn't even be a left right thing. This is this is a this is the danger for the Democrats in this election. That's the difference between Dennis Miller. I I mentioned that. I just done these hit shows with Dennis. We were like trying it out. We were in reading Pennsylvania. I mean, beautiful theater. The Santander theater. Laurel and hardy played an Abbott and Costello played the and then Miller and Stein. I said right there that's the decline of America in three acts, laurel and hardy, Abbott and Costello, but Danny's had this line where he said, whatever you feel about Trump. Trump's outta voice is the same as his inner voice. And that's actually, whereas he says Hillary Clinton doubts doubts that Hillary's in a voice has ever had a Cup of coffee with her out of oyster. And that's actually true for most political candidates. If you listen to Cory Booker doing all this rubbish blathering Twaddell called swallow ping nonsense. In Manchester, New Hampshire that he's running. What's called me to run for pre-? Well, no one told to run for president don't call us. We'll call you know, one cold you you called yourself to run for president. Is because we need to reignite, more, courageous empathy. That's just that's just sort of blurry soft. Focus Twaddell words, I wouldn't even be reading this. I had no idea. Cory Booker set foot in my state, but Mr. Snerdley sent this thing flu. And so. Snerdley sent me this thing I'm going to have to read it, otherwise you'll get annoyed with me. It's it's nonsense from beginning to end. And then he goes on we need to understand that old African saying that if you want to go fast, go alone. But if you want to go far go together, really, that's an old African saying is it really really. That's like Hillary when she's it takes a village to raise a child, you know, that's an African saying no African is A actually said the African saying and actually no African wants to live in an African village. They've all moved out of the villages to these big shanty mega coastal megalopolises over west Africa at at night. It just looks like one great coastal city of millions and millions and millions and millions and millions of people. So no African wants to live in an African village. So why we should pay any attention to fictitious proverbs about African villages. And incidentally, there's no such thing as an African saying they've all tribal sayings. So which part of Africa is it Trevor Noah before he sounded hosting that show in America and became totally boring. Actually, you to make jokes about the inability to distinguish between his party, South Africa and the parts of west Africa where they got the bowl of and all the rest of it running around which which which bit of Africa. What do you mean an African saying there's no sandwich of Africa is this because Africa's all tribal so tribes go to saying and the saying is completely unknown to the other tried and incidentally, there's nothing like an old African saying that if you want to go fast, go alone. But if you want to go far go together because as we all know in Africa, politics is tribal and one tried comes out on top by killing the other tribes. So they don't actually say sentimental things like this who's like in Liberia land of the freed slaves, for example. They. Generally, speaking..

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"party south africa" Discussed on Mike Drop

Mike Drop

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"party south africa" Discussed on Mike Drop

"Now, we had a very tame version that was that once once I was I was photographed for an article about diving scuba diving. Okay. Let's just wasn't doing a nude or semi nude photo shoot. But anyway, I ended up being in that magazine, which was not my finest moment. But when that generated a lot of not very good jokes from everyone who knew me for and still does chilly, but books were and books, and magazines, and we're big part of that. And you weren't allowed to face a book if you wrote on it or didn't treat it oh handle it properly that got you into trouble in my house. And so that was a big part of it. But I went to a school that. That was Winston Churchill was one of the board members at my school was founded by British loads and aristocrats and actually the best thing about my school was that we had a crazy head mistress. And when I say crazy, I mean it in a good way because she up during the anti-apartheid years allowed schoolgirls to skip lessons on in the afternoons and go up to the university up the road and protests. Yeah. So when when these these protests and marches and rallies, and that would very often end with involves of tear gas, right? So who would take that responsibility in liability on his school principal, and anyone you didn't have to? But anyone who wanted to could. And so that that to me is really what defines the most important things about my education said I was lucky enough to go to a place that in fact, even before that the single. Important thing was when education in South Africa was still segregated and the schools for black kids white schools for white kids my school being a semi private school. They had government subsidies. But was what was also, but was mostly private took the parents voted, and they voted to be to become multi racial have. No, you know, no racist requirements qualifications for the school. And so and we full went government subsidies in order to do that. So it wasn't just vote. It was actually it actually costs everybody financially. But it was that important to the people, and what I love about that is there in a party, South Africa, all white parents will white kids no white school, and they years. I mean, ten years before sick rate education was opened up in South Africa across the board in South Africa. My school did that. So I went to school with black. Kids in Indian kids and whatever else, and that is that I think is it's consistent with how it was raised. And it was it was a big deal to all of us. You know, we love you imagine as a kid if I friends the black kid in my claws, we couldn't go to the movie theater together. On the beach together. Yeah. I could if I wanted to go to beaches for black people, but that that would have been controversial into risky and whatever else. So. Yeah. You know that brings it home to you, right? It was in the fifties and sixties back here when it started to shift, but..

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"party south africa" Discussed on Wall Street Business Network AM 760

Wall Street Business Network AM 760

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"party south africa" Discussed on Wall Street Business Network AM 760

"World after years of international sanctions was fouled money to be made some introduction need moments that allowed particularly the eldest brother object uh uh i shall make some very powerful friends one of them was jacob zuma who emerged as a as a very possible future president and what i think is interesting is the kgb coincided with the period really about ten years after the uh uh when the african national congress batches the former existence uh saddam and geico party south africa was really splintering there was a moment where rather than being unified the party was kind of a experiencing a schism an ms moment when the able up apparently to insert themselves uh the fringe acres zuma and become one big key uh just as the abc climbing the ladder to become the sherry scored on a lot of different levels they did hedge their political battle and tie themselves zuma they also though employed members of zuma's family before zima became president and that also created some kind of relationship vowels uh particularly abkazian was giannis is very closely associated with tiptoes commie director shareholder in many of the company he was uh uh em in two thousand five in his early twenties very indicative detail is is on izumo it was involved in a very severe called crash in johannesburg a couple of years ago that killed one commute uh named after that crash was to register the young fouls name when else so they're really tells you how does he is family matthew he knew lots of people try to wield influence if you've gone gene what was it about the duped family was it money was at a very special in within the south african government jazz isn't zuma certainly money plenty of it they are very successful people i should stress by the way out in the family deny all of these claims and they say they are merely businessmen who are not engaged in politics were not lobbyists have nominee profited on since with the government anything like that so said these are these are very much allegations that have not been proven in court none of them has been think there when you speak to people who've dealt with the group does what emerges is.

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"party south africa" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"party south africa" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Influencing president zuma and some stateowned companies was criticized by opposition parties south africa's four biggest banks shot gupta control accounts lost here citing reputational risk and regulates we concerns global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries i'm is called sin this is the thank you very much indeed not such great news from the tennis his chris coal which is number one you hanna konta is out to the us open after suffering a shock defeat to the world number seventy eight he was beaten three cents by alexandra crude h at flushing meadows heather watson is also after the tournament off the losing in straight sets to at least coordinate the british men fed data with lettmann seeing off duty secondseed robin hassa in three sets while camera noory beat dimitri tursunov who retired hurt today alias bed and gets his campaign underway against russia's andrei roub live much ephedra and rafael nadal a rule so in action england's cricketers need ten wickets on the final day of the second test to ensure a series win over the west indies which will resume on five for no wicket in their second innings at headingley chasing an unlikely three hundred and twenty two for victory and britain's chris firm goes into staged ten of cycling through to iis spagna we'd a healthy advantage the race resumes this morning following a rest day with wind is tackling the one hundred and sixty four kilometers stretch from canada said to el paso thanks chris let's get around of of us force with pete fox max shares are returned action for the nazi went 7 struck out ten marlins posted his thirteen to win as washington wall of the marlins eleven to two three hits for manny machado as the orioles beat the mariners seven six four win number sixty six boston a six five win over toronto at roger center which snapped a fourgame a losing streak in in the bronx at yankee stadium indians down the egg six two and at the us open unseeded maria sharapova upends the 2 seed simona halaf and are returned major tennis ib facts that your bloomberg nbc world sports update us 10 years up to turn richard jones how significant i think it could be very important we've seen the us at the asian and.

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"party south africa" Discussed on BBC Radio 4's Bookclub

BBC Radio 4's Bookclub

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"party south africa" Discussed on BBC Radio 4's Bookclub

"And nina does talk about that by the end of the book i was very influenced by the grimm's fairy tale hansol ungrateful there's a feminine the land hansol and gruntal have this evil stepmother of course that parents confiscate them and so they want them to disappear into the woods and never come home so life isn't good at home for hansol and gruntal but what they do even though home is not the best they make a trail of bread to get home so the fact that they really want to return to the ssim puffert term really touched may and there were very many versions of that fairytale the iran red and researched for swimming home exile which you've just been talking about is important to you you were born in south africa you came here when you were very young father was imprisoned back home until africa for his opposition to a potted it's a theme that must still resonate with you extraordinarily strong yes i think that a massive journey yet young age from one place to another and are very traumatic history in a party south africa a struggle that was one in the end so i think i'm always interested in people who are a little bit from here a little bit from there that is the theme and many of my books you've said that some of the incidents were inspired by real life how much with a characters inspired by real life by people you know i think every book any writer rights is always a kind of mixture.

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"party south africa" Discussed on BBC Radio 4's Bookclub

BBC Radio 4's Bookclub

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"party south africa" Discussed on BBC Radio 4's Bookclub

"And nina does talk about that by the end of the book i was very influenced by the grimm's fairy tale hansol ungrateful there's a feminine the land hansol and gruntal have this evil stepmother of course that parents confiscate them and so they want them to disappear into the woods and never come home so life isn't good at home for hansol and gruntal but what they do even though home is not the best they make a trail of bread to get home so the fact that they really want to return to the ssim puffert term really touched may and there were very many versions of that fairytale the iran red and researched for swimming home exile which you've just been talking about is important to you you were born in south africa you came here when you were very young father was imprisoned back home until africa for his opposition to a potted it's a theme that must still resonate with you extraordinarily strong yes i think that a massive journey yet young age from one place to another and are very traumatic history in a party south africa a struggle that was one in the end so i think i'm always interested in people who are a little bit from here a little bit from there that is the theme and many of my books you've said that some of the incidents were inspired by real life how much with a characters inspired by real life by people you know i think every book any writer rights is always a kind of mixture.

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