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"pataki" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:31 min | 11 months ago

"pataki" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"A little more widespread in the state to help other communities police state eagle eyed beat officers and tips from neighbors have been the key to the crackdown hopefully the messages just do what's required by the law have you vehicle registered where it needs to be registered and mer Baldelli hunt said she thinks there might be a decrease in out of state plates if the state continues with its face out of the car tax here in Rhode Island but she says even if that does happen they will continue their crackdown on these out of state plates because they say it's also a public safety issue including from Eyewitness News Paul Edward Parker in today's Providence journal says a spokesperson for General Dynamics electric boat said it's difficult right now to say how many of the thirteen thousand people it's gonna hire over the next eight years and it's Rhode Island and Connecticut shipyards can be attributed to the navy's awarding of a twenty two point two billion dollar contract to build nine additional Virginia class fast attack submarines so back in two thousand eleven with the company and its construction partner Huntington Ingalls industries of incorporated Newport news Virginia when they xcelerated Virginia class construction from one body year to to the company at eleven thousand employees since then the companies hired fifteen thousand people according to a spokesperson but that has raised the total work force to only seventeen thousand because many of those tires were to fill the jobs of people who had retired to right now up in the air the jobs impact of V. B.'s new sub contract is quite unclear it's now seven forty which is the roadways into the traffic center once again check in with John hamlet brought to us by Sylvania automotive busier propositional from Almaden servers Avenue in ninety five north with a fair run a company now and from the trail of Broadway threes Providence of one ninety five less dean until be delays in the six ten can actor in ninety five south is gotten heavier down from Lonsdale Avenue and Pataki with your southern New England traffic what it's headlight savings time again the perfect time to replace your older dimmer basic headlight bulbs with a whiter brighter Sylvania bulbs so you can see more of the road during the darkest nights of the year is it head light savings time dot com to find the right clothes for you the forecast is powered by Duncan you can get holiday and it don't get with two dollar medium LaFace cappuccinos in americanos from two till six PM and here's the storm team ten meteorologist Christina earning today temperatures head into the low forties with a gusty winds that'll make you feel like the low to middle thirties all dates guys turn partly cloudy to mostly clear the pick of the week Friday clouds increase through the afternoon we'll see.

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Trey Ratcliff on faking out Instagram

Talking Tech

05:15 min | 1 year ago

Trey Ratcliff on faking out Instagram

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Sometimes the six figures Alec into them. And I realized that somebody's people are buying their followers. I'm their likes and buying their comments. And all of these are totally fake. They're all. All non human scripts running on remote computers. And they've created this narrative that is intern created a massive amount of anxiety making the rest of us like losers, by the way, I have never used these techniques on my personal account. We started a big account based on my assistant, and we bought him one hundred ten thousand followers and the life and lots of comments just to show how easy it is. And then we were approached by lots of big brands, you know, to pay money, and we didn't actually take it because that would be real fraud. But in my personal case, I guess over the last, you know, six or seven years I have built up a following, which is organic about five million followers overall and about one hundred seventy five thousand on Instagram, and I enjoy social media. I think that it's good to use it as a positive force to help spread mindfulness and love, and are and creativity. I think this is the best thing about the internet is so for media. But also, I this. This kind of mathematical Pareto distribution in that. It's twenty percent good. But eighty percent seems to be the worst aspects of human nature you spent what five hundred dollars. I mean, what did you spend on on getting all those, followers and likes and comments? Oh, yeah. All in all definitely less than thousand dollars, and you know, outlay all the different methods that it's done in the book. And so it makes sense if you wanna spend the Dow dollars to go get, you know, fashion Prada bags cars, pay deals travel, the world, whatever it's across every industry. If you put in a douse dollars to try to get fifty thousand dollars cash or one hundred thousand dollars cash, plus free product seems like one of the best investments in the world. And of course, this is fraudulent. It's you know, I think you can follow the methods of asshole, you think fraud is kind of cool the mostly, you know, no one's ever written a book about this an insider, I know how it's done. And I think it's up to Instagram to clean up a deck because otherwise we're all sitting on top of this false economy, where you cannot believe anything you see an intern it ended up causing a massive amount of suffering out there in the world when people feel like they just can't add up on this huge public scoreboard, Instagram Facebook will eventually clean this stuff up. They'll see it in their own best interest to clean it up. And I think people that are doing it the right way all along. I think that they will you know, reap. What they so. I think this is eventually a good thing. And also, I think it's just good for your soul could fear mind body beard connection. Choose to do things the right way and to create and share try to spread love. Trey Ratcliff from New Zealand. 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"pataki" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

11:49 min | 2 years ago

"pataki" Discussed on WTVN

"We are back denial of Justice with Mark Shaw. So Mark, basically the district attorney's office said we're not gonna just continue with us. And that was it. And as I said, I'm sorry, I went over a little bit. I'm obviously, I'm very patient about this. And I really want Dorothy to get the Justice. She deserved by the way, I checked the Email while we were on the break there. And couple of writers said unbelievable and shocking about the Jack ruby trial transcripts, and then one person said what's the site and instant, Mark Shaw books dot com doesn't cost you anything. You don't even have to buy the book if you don't want to anymore because all of those transcripts are up there. But. Yes. And and and completely against you know, all of the evidence that they had and and you ask about the main suspect. And and when I talk to detective Ramos, he even said, you know, I wonder if Ron Pataki that's just journalists name that Dorothy trusted with all of her JFK assassination information, including I believe this material in the Jack ruby trial transcripts. He said I wonder if Pataki sold that material to somebody meant that meant that he knew that that Pataki was a suspect. And what have I learned about him? Well, again, I praised your show because a gentleman in southern California can add words got a hold of me and directed me to two cousins of Ron Pataki's one who said that Pataki had admitted he was the last person to see Dorothy alive and the other. Remember, we talked about that incriminating palm that Pataki wrote. I have it. We can go through it. But. That it was about Dorothy, and it includes facts as I told romo's and Hurley that only the killer could no, and you and I both know George that when there's a homicide. Detectives look at motive means opportunity and benefit from the crime one of those fits Pataki. That's why psychic sometimes work with police departments are very cautious because they know things assuming they're good psychics. They know things that only the killer knows. And when you tell a cop that they're going to go, how does this person know this? Yeah, there you go. And and that's that's the way that you, you know, you solve a crime. And so I'm gonna keep after the DA's office. But Pataki admitted we had some new material about violence in his past as well. He admitted that he had gone to what they called an assassin school in Central America. And we check that out. And there actually was one after he flunked out of Stanford. There's all kinds of new information about him. And he has all the tendencies of of a cycle of a psychopath with pathological tendencies, a serial liar. The exact kind of person that unfortunately, Dorothy, trusted with all of her information. And I'll go one step further. I had a stores close to the district attorney's office who told me that the actually the reason they stopped the investigation is because they found Dorothy, kill gallons JFK assassination. File that went missing when she was dead. And I've used investigators to try to check on that. And we're going to continue to do that. But what I need now is a grand jury investigation into Dorthy death. Let's take some calls here with the time. We've got left. Let's go to Steven New York City to get us started. Hey, Steven, go ahead. Are you does actually I'm the credibility of film comes into play with GM can staff nation doesn't seem to be frames were missing something's wrong. And think about that. And also some people think he's alive JFK not alive. I'll give you that. But what about the ZipRecruiter film any? Well, the the only problem in you know, I look at at at the evidence. And and there's been question marks about whether it was, you know, tampered with or whatever, but all of that with regard to Oswald and the bullets, and where it was, you know, whatever happened that way, you know, I I'm not an expert on those kinds of things I will tell you that in the book, though, there is a significant new document. And again, this was a listener to a program and a reader of the book, I have Jesse curry the Dallas police department chief of police is a little off. Autobiography that he published in nineteen seventy I believe and a copy of a covers in the book and the most shocking disclosure in their George and for the caller is that he admits that Justice at just after JFK was shot. He sent officers to the overpass not to the book deposit trait. And that is something that Dorothy put in a column and the J Edgar Hoover, then we have the column she wrote, and he writes beside it wrong wrong wrong in his own handwriting. So right away. There was confusion about what happened in Daley plaza as Jack ruby watch the assassination for God's sakes. What do you think of e Howard hunt, telling his son Saint John hunt that he was involved in the assassination? There's been some conjecture that there was a meeting after the assassination some say it was before whatever where things like that. We're discussing. And you know, there were so many motives sure there were to eliminate JFK. But if you really look at it a commonsense way Dorothy believed, it was a mob hit from start to finish had the the main motive you bring in Oswald is a bit player you bring in ruby then to get rid of Oswald. You bring in Melvin belli the lawyer who's a mafia wannabe to silence ruby. That's what she figured out. They figure with JFK out of the way Bobby Kennedy would back off. Absolutely. And that's what he did. They never bothered those guys again, I I'm caller Anthony in Nashville, Tennessee, go ahead. Anthony. Hello, George and Mark. How are you? Thank you. I was wondering if Mark is aware that there is a FBI document to the effect that Jack ruby worked for Richard m Nixon in nineteen forty seven. And this document is asking him to be excused by the staff of Richard Nixon that he's doing some information work for them. Well, thank you. That's a good question. I I, you know, I wrote the the second book here denial Justice for people who had read the first book and had not. And I've gotten a lot of Email about the whole involvement of Richard Nixon in the JFK assassination, and and H W Bush, and and these these other people I think there is some evidence that ruby was associated with perhaps people in the Nixon a camp. But again, I don't know where that leads us exactly because it's very difficult to tie Nixon in the killing of Kennedy and all these other kinds of things. So it's not an area that I have moved forward with. But perhaps another researcher will come up with more proof about that. Jack, ruby died, of course of cancer was that unusual by itself, Mark. Well, remember, the only reason I ever got into this. And and I guess, you know, the other day somebody I said, I'm about the foremost expert about the JFK assassination written four books about it. Now, including the help with. Dorothy, but remember got into this because I wrote a biography of Bela who was Jack ruby attorney and one of belli's friends told me that when after Dorothy died bell, I said they've killed Dorothy. Now, they'll go after Jack ruby, and so that's what was the quote that got me into this. And you know, I'm a curious person. Like, you are George I could never get that quote out of my mind, and that's led to everything with with two bucks about Dorothy. Yup. Jack, ruby died two years after Dorothy did ironically in the same hospital that they took president John F Kennedy park. Interesting enough, his conviction was overturned. He died a free, man. Why was it overturned the, you know, publicity? In fact, little known fact, that's in denial of Justice is that it was overturned because of the problems with publicity in Dallas, which means it makes a lot of different. But the new trial was going to be in Kansas. They were moving away over two cans. To get away from that with a second trial. But unfortunately, ruby, you know, he tried to kill himself three times in prison, and then he died of cancer. And so, you know, denial of Justice, by the way, the title it has to do with four people having denial of Justice JFK man was murdered Dorothy Kilgallen who never got an investigation, Jack ruby. He didn't get a fair trial and Lee Harvey Oswald who got no trial. Absolutely now Lee Harvey Oswald. Do you think he was part of it? Yes. Yeah. Dorothy had connected. And I have new information in denial Justice connections between Oswald and Marcelo Orleans. Also, then you you add in ruby with that. And so I think she'd connected all three that way. But as weld was a, you know, he said, he was a patchy I think he'd probably was telling the truth. Yes. But the biggest problem he had is that he got caught. And then you can't you can't have him, you know, spilling the beans about who got him involved in. So you bring in ruby and you're bringing in ballet and so forth. Mark in Raleigh, North Carolina. Welcome to the show, Mark. Go ahead. Hi, I have a unique connection to the JFK assassination. Maya Belus grandmother's best friend was the wife of John hurt a former army intelligence officer in World War cheese. And he's also the person that Oswald phone by name and had his number memorized from the Dallas jail. Also, of course, the next day. You know Oswald was killed as well. It was also spotted here in North Carolina on our coast place. They say they called the illusionary warfare training center, which was a place designed to train men who formerly had government service to be to pretend to be defectors to the Soviet Union. And then to come back and bring back whatever kind of I guess information. They had which of course, is what did John hurt was an interesting figure he lived over in downtown. Molly home is gone. He had Tuban living in his building. He also made a lot of trips to New Orleans as well. Cinders on the Warren commission said I find it very disturbing that the FBI he's not visited this, man. You know, because the man shot the president made a phone call from the jail too. Well, you bring up you bring up a good point there about you know, again, you're you're touching on New Orleans. And I found a memo that's never been published before the national archives from J Edgar Hoover to the Warren commission because you may remember that Dorothy exposed Jack Ruby's testimony before the Warren commission before it was supposed to be released. And this letter is escaping letter from from of J Edgar Hoover to the Warren commission general counsel saying that they interrogated Dorothy, and who's your source and everything and did you go to New Orleans, and why'd you go there and all this. And of course, the famous quote in there that I had in the reporter who knew too much now, I know where it came from. She told those agents, I would rather die than reveal my source. That's the integrity that this woman had but everything revolved around New Orleans in in Dorothy is mine and that all came from those two interviews that she had with Jack ruby at the trial. Do you think Jack ruby told her the truth?.

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"pataki" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"pataki" Discussed on KNSS

"All of us. They went crazy. When they went nuts. Stay started chanting USA USA USA. It was a he said everything in those three sentences. So Bob you were given a flag right after his visit right? Yes. When I was helping him get down from the rink. Somebody handed him the flag, and he puts his arm up any waves. The flag. Governor Pataki SOS tapped him on his shoulder, and he turns around any whereas my legs and he picks me up. And he pushed me out this year said you're gonna hurt yourself. He said, I'm a big guy. I said, okay. I'm walking back to go back to work and just secret service guy test me on the shoulder. And he said the president's been looking for you. I said, they don't and and he says he wants you to have this leg. I say, oh, very nice. Thank you. And I start getting my pocket, and I'm going back to work. Anyway, grant, the secret service guy told me when the politician comes over there and takes my spot down. When I went on television. I would tell my story, and I got a letter from the White House. I'm the guy that told you what to do? Thank you for calling me, a secret service guy, but any signs it? Call rove senior adviser to the president. Oh my gosh. Yes, exactly. That's what I said. So let me ask you this. Because the day before your family was saying you're just gonna get in the way when you got home after sneaking across the bridge sneaking past the national guard working then the president is giving the one of the most memorable speeches probably since the day of infamy. What did your family say I drove over? And I said who's gonna believe that? I was with the president no cameras down there. Glenn, no cameras out. All that. I saw anyway, I pull up in front of my house and people are coming out, my neighbors and all carrying candles that was a day. They would had candles, and they came into my driveway, and this and as police officer across the street from me, and I said he cop, and he said to me back in my a you're on television. I said get outta here. There's no doing cameras down there. So I came in the house, and my granddaughter was sitting on a couch, and she says grandpa, you're I'm watching your on television. And it was showing it over and over. I said, wow. I was surprised that they had me and the president who was the most important thing. You you stayed in touch with the president. We did we still keep in touch myself, and my wife and my couple of my kids we were invited to the Oval Office. And it was very nice everybody was saying, you know, governor Pataki call row was Dan mayor Giuliani. Tommy me Commissioner Noma you've had some special experiences because of that picture. Yes. We will called into excuse me. Yeah. Germany three times and then twice in Cologne. And the really treated top-shelf so Bob when you look back at this now. What is it that you take away? What is it that we should as a people take away from that moment on the fire truck? Do you know what? Brian we fought two wars. Wait for the Japanese. Before the Germans. We stuck together. And that's the same thing that happened at nine eleven people came in from every state to help us search and rescue and skew it, right? And the and the food. I was I was there Bob, and I saw people come from all over the country to feed you guys. My my wife, and I went these firemen were coming out after a long day and both of us just started to applaud like, I don't know. We it was just it was everything was upside down and the enormity of it was just remarkable Bs. It really was. But we stuck together. And we we received rings that we lost in other states helped they built the rings and sent them to us. Do you notice is America? And the people are great. Bob. It's a it's an honor to talk to you. It really is. I I made a a made a painting for for charity..

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"pataki" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"pataki" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"We're great we're. Not gonna make a great. How we're gonna. Make. A great you're gonna make a great no me either okay the only thing he really can't be is what George Pataki? Found, you can. You can you can campaign in New, York well you could I don't know if you can today but you used, to be able to campaign in New York about fiscal responsibility and, you could propose when you got into office some fiscal, conservatism but by, the time you get to your. Second, term your full on don't even. Touch that stuff anymore yeah Right and we remember when, Cuomo I one, and he talked about the millionaire's. Tax And this is where this is where we have said liberals actually do know how an economy works because it was, Cuomo who came, out against, the, millionaire's tax that right and said things like an I'm. Paraphrasing? Here but said look we can't afford to be a liberal in this case why because he understood that if you put a millionaires tax in that you are going to have the millionaires. The people that have the ability to leave and shift their money and they will and the fact is the millionaires pay such enormous amount of taxes to begin with as a share of the. Taxes that if they don't, pay it and avoid it and you raise it Well then that means, the burden goes on People who make fewer dollars yeah and. Eventually he had to give, up on, that, eventually he had to. Say you know I I can't win it I, remember George Pataki even as a Republican You know ran, I was living up there at that point when Pataki was in office as a Republican and he talked. About a lot of fiscal things and by. The time he got to a. Second term he'd really dropped any form of being a conservative because. You. Just can't win in New York doing it I. Think that you can be, a Cynthia, Nixon, can win in New. York if a Cuomo wasn't running against her Right Cynthia Nixon is not And by the way I'm not talking. To all of New York I wanna make this want to make, this clear there are and and this is one thing that people don't understand there are there are people in in you have Republicans in New, York that are extremely conservative. Especially in the rural areas. There are extremely conservative people you're. Just not the majority And that and that's. Why I'm not telling if. You're listening right now and You know, on on one of our. Great stations and the Albany area or you know Rochester Syracuse Binghamton Whatever I mean the in the areas, outside of of, New York City Tons. Of conservative so I recognize, that you're there you're just not. The majority so being from, New? York I know. Cynthia Nixon could win it's just. She's facing Cuomo right and you can't you can't beat that name In New York state and by him sane. Things like he said is not, going to hurt it it may you may go down appointed to and. He'll he'll he'll rebound but you cannot be. In my opinion especially now because it's they've even moved further left the left has moved further left not, only across the nation but in California and, even in New York? So this really isn't going to hurt him and Cynthia Nixon? May, believe that you. Know that it may help her. A little bit and you. Know maybe it'll close at, a couple of points but will. She will will she still, be? Defeated by thirty. Th twenty thirty points yes Because? You cannot it's impossible in New York to go too far? Left It really is yeah Well and far left these days means. Over the top. Crazy Yes Not just because remember this isn't about hating Trump. Anymore this is about hating. America this is about not seeing the reality of what America..

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North Korea appears to be dismantling satellite launch site

Morning Edition

04:16 min | 2 years ago

North Korea appears to be dismantling satellite launch site

"Live from NPR news in Washington, on trial. Snyder polls are opening this hour in today's run off, election in Georgia Republican, voters still have to decide, who will represent the party. For governor in November roster out from member station w. a.. B. e. in Atlanta sets the stage. Georgia Lieutenant governor Casey k. goal is squaring off, against secretary of. State Brian Kemp both wants to represent the Republican party as candidate for governor in November both have secured influential, endorsements Casey k. goal has the support of popular outgoing Republican governor Nathan deal President Trump has endorsed catos opponent. Brian, Kemp the winner of the primary goes on to, face democrat Stacey Abrams if elected she would be Georgia's first, democratic governor and fifteen years and the country's, first ever black female governor for NPR news I'm Ross Terrell and Atlanta. To Canada, now where. Investigators, are searching for a motive in Sunday night shooting in Toronto meanwhile vigil was held last night for the victims. Three people were killed including the suspected gunman thirteen others were injured Dan carpet Chuck reports the suspect in the shooting rampage has been identified as twenty nine year old Fazle Hussain he died after exchanging gunfire with police but not before he had walked along a busy street firing into restaurants and cafes as well as at pedestrians in a. Written statement. Hussein's family expressed condolences to the families who are now. Suffering because of their son's horrific actions the family also confirmed that Hussein had severe, mental health challenges and struggled. With psychosis and depression his entire life despite medication, and therapy. Dorados police. Chief Mark Saunders says it's too, early to. Establish a motive a ten year old girl in an, eighteen year old girl, were killed in the rampage, for NPR news I'm Dan. Carpenter in Toronto North Korea appears to have started dismantling key. Facilities at a satellite launch site the. US based monitoring group thirty eight north sites satellite Images taken over. The weekend and says, north appears to be taking. A step toward, fulfilling a, pledge made. To President Trump South Korea's presidential office says Seoul has also to texted activity at the. Site witnesses have reported hearing multiple explosions, in the Afghan capital of Kabul today Reuters local media reported least two of the blasts were caused by rockets at least four people, wounded NPR's Diaa Hadid reports from Islam about that there has been no immediate claim of responsibility. Local news outlet Tolo said one of the rockets slammed into a house and another two rockets, hit a mountainside. Slope then news outlets said the rockets appeared to be targeting a police academy close to the residential area the rocket attack comes just two days. After a suicide bomber killed fourteen people outside the Kabul. Airport it had targeted the. Vice president who returned to Afghanistan after leaving Pataki for more than a year. Dade NPR news Islamabad and you're listening to NPR, news This is morning edition on. WNYC at seven four good morning I'm Kerry Nolan New, York governor Andrew Cuomo is pardoning seven immigrants have crimes that could make them deportable saying their. Crimes were minor, and happened years ago the federal government could still. Deport them because of their criminal records but now they'd have a much. Stronger case in immigration court according to Khalil Cumberbatch an associate vice president at the fortune society with the pardon does is that it essentially establishes. A different story than what the government will, say the government will say that these are people who are quote unquote criminals he says the governor's pardon wipes the. Record clean of that original crime Cumberbatch is a legal permanent resident from Jonah who Cuomo pardoned for. Years ago immigration agents had detained Cumberbatch over an old robbery conviction a group of women who say. They've been sexually harassed at the New York state capital or calling for public hearings and they say. Forty-six lawmakers have already signed a petition Karen DeWitt reports It's Leah a bear is former chief of, staff, to former. Assemblyman Vito Lopez. As a condition. Of employment veto required that, I have a romantic relationship with him that I share hotel rooms and even an apartment in. Albany Lopez ultimately resigned his post over the scandal and later died..

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"pataki" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"pataki" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Agree with them bye bye bye responding directly to push tea with pataki about here's the reason i didn't respond here's the reason here's here's what's actually going on in my life i can tell from the by virtue of what you do not agree really hard people have children all the time especially celebrities i mean kid rock's grandfather for having sakes this is not a big deal there's special guests in the album that i wanna talk about you don't want drake with michael jackson on the song don't matter to me jared this an unreleased michael jackson vocal what do you make of drake us man maybe the weekend wasn't available on here today what is going on i mean obviously it's a coup to get to get like two hologram on record version of michael jackson and bring him back from from the beyond i mean michael always ends mazing so you know to to be fair whether the weekend was available or not you see where you gotta style from yeah you know you're right you do hear a lot of the weekend in the but i mean i find like the weird integration of posthumous recordings of people to be a very strange sort of facet of contemporary music particularly like army hip hop music and stuff when it's not really sampling in that way like he's trying to make it as though it's a feature and i think that's the part that feels weird to me it is strange to have featuring michael jackson on on the record the other way raise jack yeah he's sort of set it up the other way around where like he's like drake featuring on unreleased michael jackson track as opposed to the other way around what do you make of it well i find it kind of gimmicky i don't understand the point of it i mean i think you've got twenty five tracks drake for heaven sakes you know be drake here you so overall what do we think about the record we haven't quite got into that yes lease is is the record any good yeah i mean i think it is i mean i think it's i have i think everyone at this point now has expectations of drake i'm more of a like you know give me a kind of inaudible song about a couple of going slow so i can dance and enjoy and so i find i didn't find any of that here and i was a little bit disappointed that said drake's artist he gets to put out the elbe that is reflecting his mood and i do think that his fan base are really ready willing and able to always go along with wherever he's taking them jaren yeah i think that this goes back to like the soundtrack for every mood kind of part of the way the the way the releases working that i feel like there's enough people that are going to find at least a few songs out of the twenty five that are really going to stick with them for me i found it actually kind of boring to be honest actually wasn't that excited about there's a couple of singles that i think are good a summer games is pretty cool but riot carries always great to show mariah carey samples is this gospels style on that one but i think the actually the singles that he's already out are some of the strongest stuff that's on the record so i think it'll be interesting to see how much traction the rest of the twenty five songs get yeah in terms of in terms of what's already been put out i have to say it was a bit like one of those comedy trailers we see all the highlights and then you go see the movie and you go right that was all the highlights rights but a worth non maybe over the candidate long weekend i'm yes there's a lot of people that are doing that behaving the fact that we're even daring to question who are we drake questioning healthcare well i'm looking forward to him coming in and talking to you guys about it one of these days maybe he'll i'm upset thanks for coming in guys lisa chris archer and especially producer on the coast jerry martineau the host reclaimed on cbc music thanks jared for more cbc podcasts goto cbc dot ca slash podcasts

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"pataki" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"pataki" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Agree with them bye bye bye responding directly to push tea with pataki about here's the reason i didn't respond here's the reason here's here's what's actually going on in my life i can tell from the by virtue of what you do not agree really hard people have children all the time especially celebrities i mean kid rock's grandfather for having sakes this is not a big deal there's special guests in the album that i wanna talk about you don't want drake with michael jackson on the song don't matter to me jared this an unreleased michael jackson vocal what do you make of drake us man maybe the weekend wasn't available on here today what is going on i mean obviously it's a coup to get to get like two hologram on record version of michael jackson and bring him back from from the beyond i mean michael always ends mazing so you know to to be fair whether the weekend was available or not you see where you gotta style from yeah you know you're right you do hear a lot of the weekend in the but i mean i find like the weird integration of posthumous recordings of people to be a very strange sort of facet of contemporary music particularly like army hip hop music and stuff when it's not really sampling in that way like he's trying to make it as though it's a feature and i think that's the part that feels weird to me it is strange to have featuring michael jackson on on the record the other way raise jack yeah he's sort of set it up the other way around where like he's like drake featuring on unreleased michael jackson track as opposed to the other way around what do you make of it well i find it kind of gimmicky i don't understand the point of it i mean i think you've got twenty five tracks drake for heaven sakes you know be drake here you so overall what do we think about the record we haven't quite got into that yes lease is is the record any good yeah i mean i think it is i mean i think it's i have i think everyone at this point now has expectations of drake i'm more of a like you know give me a kind of inaudible song about a couple of going slow so i can dance and enjoy and so i find i didn't find any of that here and i was a little bit disappointed that said drake's artist he gets to put out the elbe that is reflecting his mood and i do think that his fan base are really ready willing and able to always go along with wherever he's taking them jaren yeah i think that this goes back to like the soundtrack for every mood kind of part of the way the the way the releases working that i feel like there's enough people that are going to find at least a few songs out of the twenty five that are really going to stick with them for me i found it actually kind of boring to be honest actually wasn't that excited about there's a couple of singles that i think are good a summer games is pretty cool but riot carries always great to show mariah carey samples is this gospels style on that one but i think the actually the singles that he's already out are some of the strongest stuff that's on the record so i think it'll be interesting to see how much traction the rest of the twenty five songs get yeah in terms of in terms of what's already been put out i have to say it was a bit like one of those comedy trailers we see all the highlights and then you go see the movie and you go right that was all the highlights rights but a worth non maybe over the candidate long weekend i'm yes there's a lot of people that are doing that behaving the fact that we're even daring to question who are we drake questioning healthcare well i'm looking forward to him coming in and talking to you guys about it one of these days maybe he'll i'm upset thanks for coming in guys lisa chris archer and especially producer on the coast jerry martineau the host reclaimed on cbc music thanks jared for more cbc podcasts goto cbc dot ca slash podcasts

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"pataki" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"pataki" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Urban search and rescue teams that have been deployed by fema and other states for example colorado senate team i think colorado's team may have gone to the pentagon i'm not sure i think they went to the pentagon that didn't go to new york it's been a long time ago so all that next level is going very well but then these two guys are arguing and one person saying and there's a point to the story that i'm going to tie to rudy giuliani's appearance on hannity last night there's a fight going on because they're both george pataki was the governor governor pataki mayor giuliani both of whom have egos the size of new york city and they're arguing and bitching among each other about who gets to announce what to the national press corps because clearly we've got we've got the domestic press there we got the international press there we got everybody there and to his credit the president staying away from everything because he's too busy trying to deal with cia and what's going on overseas and we're doing everything domestically and here are these two yard who's now don't get me wrong i say here i'm using the term yahoo with respect because i respect both mayor giuliani and governor pataki but here they are like two little kids arguing who gets to be on the tv and i can't get answers out of them so i i go to who's the fema director at the time and i say this has got to stop see how we stopped it we threatened to take it over the fence we threatened to take over all of the operations on ground zero and boy the minute you saw that possibility occurring so that me or the president or the chief of staff or you know somebody else might become the spokesperson for what's going on in lower manhattan all of a sudden they started playing very well together what's the point that i want to take that to last night.

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"pataki" Discussed on 1380 AM The Answer

1380 AM The Answer

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"pataki" Discussed on 1380 AM The Answer

"A phony answer pataki's in answer we'll be back you're listening to the dennis prager show dennis prager on a on thirteen eighty the answer all here's the great selling point of relief factor will actually the grave solely him knows that works for the great majority of people who use a blocked the big selling factor is really this you can get all the pain relief benefits of relief factor win outweigh the negative sideeffects of ibuprofen couple of years ago with the great patriotic payment will take ibuprofen olaf and it helped but the side effects were so awful after awhile but i i just talked to discontinue use but that's a problem with relief factor so that's huge so if you've been using any form of ibuprofen now you don't have to do with relief factor go to relieffactor dot com check out the pricing i'm pleased give it a try shows pain is pretty awful or call eight hundred five hundred eighty three eighty four that's relief factor dot com hello one stewart in this is one moments in america it was a blistering hot day in.

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"pataki" Discussed on The Editors

The Editors

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"pataki" Discussed on The Editors

"A w wbd what put bill do h i i k hell if i know n no no is right edge right at a bill would have come from the position of being being the quintessential anti trumper who would have looked at the record uh and seen that there was of their their he could work with and he would attempt to work with that yeah i think the right answer ultimately as who knows i will say that bill was utterly fearless and attacking republican politicians i remember once when it early on in my time as international view there's a conservative party dinner at the time when george pataki was governor of new york and for whatever reason the conservative party of new york had a warm relationship our tacky he was the keynote speaker and bells going before him and build delivered this 10 minute excoriating harsh contemptuous attack george pataki and how many people have the guts to do that but i think the the right answer is almost certainly a problem to be worked he would have supported him when he was a right encouraged him to be right but then would have been fearless when he when he did things that so what bill would it what would you do with the congress i think that's more fascinating one a congress that had betrayed them with the the republican congress the at the end the entire house and senate how passing the a budget that rhetoric everything he was a post it would have hated that he would have had at budget so that's it for us you've been listening to a national review podcast any rebroadcast retransmission or account of this podcast without the express retton written permission of natural you magazine is strictly prohibited thank you edf gulnara thank you brent bozo thanks everyone for listening this has been the editors and we'll see you next.

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"pataki" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"pataki" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"House has some concerns we've been through this rates if negotiations if you want discussions writing think about where we started we spotted two and a half three years ago the city pataki it um you know where they were gonna leave and it became about the '30s studio listen came about the billionaires and we've been able to approve the important and what this means to the city of o'clock it and its economic development and rehabilitation so we're able to work with the governor and commerce to give them an understanding where they could supply something we've gone through multiple hearings on the senate side um you know and we've been out too numerous rotary clubs business groups to uh labor to you know neighborhood meetings to educate people and how important it is uh stay rounders he'd be talking not could lose the existing revenue and to keep them here and we've been able to you know through a lot of challenges you know senate was at the same position senate finance committee and the started with a thank position as well as the governor when all the start of go when we all sat down everybody got an understanding of how important this used to the speaking to the city and with the value isn't a value they bring in the coming revenue we're able to work through that and now is to ouster you know you have the three branches of government you go uh and now we're at the house i tried to work with the house leadership in the member shift to get their heads around and i have the wrong what's important to them we think that it is a very good deal and people for this are there are some concerns you know 'cause people uh misunderstanding still think this was a public subsidy it's not it's about you know a public investment fraud um for us in a public facility and it's getting the plus ox organization to putting fifty four million dollars into an economic by engine if he will start in the city pataki which she's been dormant for quite some time so wednesday's meeting happening jahromi their speaker mattiello is going to.

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"pataki" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"pataki" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Campaign in progress led by the republican state senate majority leader joe bruno who represented upstate rensselaer county his district but had a lot of power over new york city's renter's not trying to hurt anybody in the city we're not trying to scare anybody what we're trying to do is fix something that's not working looked a twobillion tenants who live and red regulated apartments of new york city and its suburbs worse skier organizers mobilized them to come to albany widow helen auerbach was afraid homeland lord would jack off for rent what you could see your red which is about seven hundred dollars along with rwandan drove anew could see that way up because they are now ranking the appointment there or a one that joe thornton hendry at two belgians when he threw an kuril worries i don't know where to go wearing hugs that said i the ted i vote the coalition issued threats to members of the senate republican majority for the republicans hung together until governor pataki offered what he called a compromise we protect most existing tenants thought end regulations wanted tenet moved out they thousands of senate poured into the capital to protest his approach hold vacancy decontrol oh no assembly speaker sheldon silver who was hailed as a hero by the crowd said republicans pataki enroute brutal were using the old good cop bad cop routine that why with oh pataki tried selling his approach through group of elderly tenants in brooklyn let let me tell you what my position what my i am with first if attacks every single your says thank you why is it properly because if there are any beginning on trade you'll love with that the hero vitez so that excerpt from a socalled new york year in review that aired as 1997 was beginning and you heard governor the tacky the governor at the time being heckled at the end of that cspan clip six months later in june of nineteen ninety seven they reached the compromise on this program we were covering the negotiations every day that year in a series we called rent control countdown here and get ready to laugh is the opening of this program from june 16th 1997 the first thing you'll hear is the thing song we used in those days it happened at eight minutes after midnight it was announced at two in the morning governor pataki and legislative leaders reached agreement on a deal to extend ran protections for at least six years.

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"pataki" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"pataki" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"To do in a real crisis governor george pataki it was the gray governor new york the empire state from 1995 through twenty six is also an adviser do a group of puerto rico's general but gatien bondholders and more but animal and several times good man governor george pataki welcome again to the bill cunningham show a nice thing on with your bill governor before we talk about puerto rico i i would be remiss is my duties as a radio talk show host of bread no not to get your opinions and pick your brain little bit because you were there in the middle of your term one nine eleven struck new york which was the greatest catastrophe ever to hit our country outside the civil war and you also have uh watch katrina and now you're watching what's going on with harvey so what advisory council would you give the governor abbot about how to continue to handle these crises when we have katrina as a model that failed because mayor ray negga news now in prison for stealing money pursuant to katrina and the governor there kathleen blanco louisiana was largely dysfunctional state contingencies allott dysfunctional and therefore the quickly transferred to george borst the president failures months and months and months so uh.

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"pataki" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"pataki" Discussed on WTVN

"Clinton when it comes to north korea when it comes to the economy is mainly bush when at one i'm bush slash obama when it comes to obamacare it's about the previous president and obama does his best to undermine the presidency of trump and every terni shadows trump around the world meeting with world leaders undermining the the president on foreign soil and the covers of newsweek and time magazine and other publications in this country picture our president as a nazi fit for the third reich which is a bald faced unmitigated lie and it goes on and on and on despite the president's behavior and the past week or ten days which has been wonderful the media will never allow this man to properly govern our country because the hatred and the estonia the mass hysteria with the left is so great untethered to reality that they can't recognize reality so let's continue with more coming up in a few minutes will be patrice lee on woke up on labor day and what it means for the working men and working women and for african americans later on his wayland route war war whose with news max tv elsewhere about the the president and his reaction do hurricane harvey and later on in the next are also we'll be governor george pataki and to talk about what's happening with the governor abbott and how the lessons of nine eleven horn learned by heaven and learn by president donald j trump mass hysteria as struck the lab in you and i have got the fight against willie of one president on time this is what obama said i was so baumlin pay attention to that built county and the great american live evans.

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"pataki" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"pataki" Discussed on WGTK

"Thirty four minutes after the hour on the michael medved show one of the reasons at president trump won this election was obviously the idea that he was capable of erasing and going back on and repairing some of barack obama's mistakes a george pataki turkey the governor of new york three different terms my guest for a few more minutes is very concerned about repairing one obama era mistake that hasn't gotten any attention yet but should because it deals with a very very pressing problem with a very important part of the united states a george you want to explain to people what's going on in terms of this up oversight board in puerto rico sure michael puerto rico's a fiscal mess and it's still the classic case liberal government spending beyond its main thing until they had destroyed the economy borrowing from every possible source they could get fang never mind we want to start all over again puerto rico is now in bankruptcy and before that the because of their fiscal crisis congress passed a law creating a financial oversight board under the obama administration on obama treasury guided the board uh the one of the key members and appointed the other members and right now that board uh is dictating the puerto rico policies that i think are highly destructive of the rule of law and respect for whether it's constitutional rights or legal rights particularly of creditors but of others as well and people as well what do i care about puerto rico two things on that first of all the solution that they hope and the oversight board hopes for a taxpayer bailout that they get money from washington and uh that is not what we want to see here we want them to solve their own problem and the second is the constitution of puerto rico the constitution requires them to pay their general obligation debt and there and the board the board of the government are paying the constitutional debt last and if the rule of law is allowed not through apply to a part of the united states then when illinois looks to straighten out its finances as it will at some point and when other states like connecticut mother localities fu they're going to look for bailouts and they're gonna look to ignore the legal entitlements of various groups of creditor and youth graf for do over and we can't allow that to happen and and this is something that does.

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"pataki" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"pataki" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Family dentistry today twenty one minutes after the hour on the michael medved show the song stylings of or instrumental stylings in this case of kid rock who may or may not be running for senator from the state of michigan the signs look like he is running george pataki who as run for many offices and one just about all of them one three terms and by landslides in new york state as a conservative republican and yes it can be done governor pataki great to speak with you you're you're not kidding about kid rock are you no not at all i do think washington so far removed from the american people that we need more candidates in both parties will certainly on the republican party you are lawyers aren't aren't career politician up with that of a point of view and a commitment to work on behalf of the people enough to be ensured that dominates so clearly in washington have you are meant kid rock i have not you're just planning all summer long i love that song i love this song and you know i haven't endorsed him because he's not a candidate but i have endorsed the idea that he should run because i think we need to open up the political process the current crop is not working to my satisfaction and he clearly expressed a river limited.

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"pataki" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"pataki" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"I say don't you think it'll take about all of their heart thousands of people that died by an of course i did what you start trying to put words in my mouth just stick to what i just said i said i look at it is a benign piece of history you must look at it another way tell me how you look at it and what you would like oh i i look at it like it it it it all therefore not like you hit a yoked at all they pick up up one hundred thousand people die barton burt you're yeah i mean though we like is back this court even care in a bottle well you have to look at the way you can you have to look at the way the south felt i don't know they felt they they're they felt for many many years apart from us that they were their own culture their own people and they put up statues to the confederate oddly i'll be honest my ugly with my uncle used to take hold my but we know they lost we know who won we know they lost by ugly for take me to the south we drive to florida we go through all the city's get outlook at the state capitol sixty statues i i didn't think much of it i just saw it as part of their history the south history that's if it was benign to me i got back at a car what the florida and i came home to the north i never gave much thought to let that put a boat packed with the dow baylor now they go on the japanese m or bombedout pearl harbor i mean look let's start with generally gene all right let's have dax recalling i think you're getting a little off truck like the news conference yesterday but i i'm trying to understand how you feel okay thanks let's go to bob zip pataki good morning bob yeah hi morning uh i was walking across knew who they interviewed one one of the need is a dr martin luther king you can evangelist your throat your doctor and she said the king have family has fixed rules of how to flugov rethink and trump powerball and according to her he was right go some people think that trump did the right thing i'm sure there are people who think trump did the.

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"pataki" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"pataki" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Pataki's prisons would keep them locked up made a huge difference how do you go from three thousand six hundred i think it proves my point i we're gonna talk to loyd and glenn bernie loyd good evening america underscored even care no mark mark re gordon lloyd in the country now are clear the rupp when the car or or the gun violence bureaucracy with cricket ground lord while they have the least restrictive gun laws in the country when it comes to criminals yeah that's the problem but i mean as far as uh i believe in the right to carry i think that's a constitutional right at i believe there have been studies around the country where when good guys have guns bed guys get in trouble i mean we can look at the baseball game oh my aunts right i mean there's an example we can also look at those two really violent criminals that escaped i think from an indiana prison and that guy it was us regular citizen with a firearm he found both of them and held them hostage or at bay with his gun until the state police came and picked them up and then we have i've right here in dundalk where this uh career criminal jumped out of a bus and unfortunately the police were right there because citizen had called about that and the good guys with guns looking down before he could kill anybody let me there are examples all over the place rex burkhead had in mind pat okay loyd thank you for the call and you know we always make that point and of course of gun control in maryland is for people like you listening to my show so that is somebody breaks into your house you can't defend your family but gun control for criminals that doesn't exist in you know there is no guncontrol for criminals and even when they're caught at its dismissed so there's really no gun control i wanna talk about our president donald trump and his trip you know i love when he goes out of the country because he always does good things that benefit the country that make america great again that make america first his trip to uh poland was magnificent brilliant speech one of the best speeches i've ever heard and believe me i've heard.

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