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11 Trivia Questions on TV Synonyms

Trivia With Budds

02:18 min | 7 months ago

11 Trivia Questions on TV Synonyms

"And fun, and I like doing these kinds of episodes because I get to think of all of them when I'm writing them and I'm going to give you some alternate worded titles for popular TV shows and you tell me what TV show we're talking about. We're GONNA jump to eleven questions just like that right now here we go. All. Right guys. Here we go. TV Synonyms. Let's see if you know this first one number one, female sibling female sibling number one female sibling female sibling. What would that show be with that alternately worded title number one. Number. Two true statements of existence number. Two true statements of existence number two. TV synonyms number three exact same mountainous tips number three exact same mountainous tips number three. And number four, proper burial number four, proper burial number four. Number five exactly what a certain bird would do number five exactly what a certain bird would do. And number six prepatory school for rain stoppage number six preparatory school for rain stoppage number six. And number seven the very top I remove irs number seven, the very top I- removers number seven. Number Eight nuptials upon initial observation number eight nuptials upon initial observation number eight. Number Nine Black Jack Hop road number nine Black Jack Hop. Number ten handled amongst

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"prepatory" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"prepatory" Discussed on Here & Now

"I._b._m. Did i think the big finding here is that when you start trying to figure out how many people are affected you got to look closely at was that retirement really voluntary voluntary and knowing what the law requires retirements to be or was it forced on them be forced. Tell us how we couldn't be <hes> involuntary. It's pretty simple i._b._m. Told people who are <hes> fifty five and older many of their older workers who they decided to <hes> to lay off that they were retiring and many of these people many of the people we talked to said no. I'm not retiring. You're laying me off and ibm said no. You're retiring hiring now. That counts for something because another things if you're retiring you don't get unemployment benefits so <hes> people fought this but not successfully well. We'll get to more of the cases as you say it. You just sits on the important. We're not talking about the elderly here. We're talking about people over forty over fifty that's right. I think one of the reasons is important is that people over forty and fifty but younger than for example. My age of late sixties ineffective stranded. We don't have a lot of social safety nets for people who get laid off when they're fifty years old and many of these people end up being out of work for extremely long times and many of them eat through a lot of the retirement tyrant savings the very things that were expected to have for when we do get to be sixty five so that they're they're kind of stranded in the middle. It makes a mess of people's financial lives and under personal lives but also if you're thirty. Let's say or forty and you're listening to this and thinking well. That's not me will it sort of is in ten years so we want to lay the the groundwork here and go to the case in austin. What are the allegations in that case against i._b._m. <hes> the allegations this is a case in the federal district court in austin austin of top level sales person for one of i._b._m.'s products was told <hes> he was resigning prepatory to retirement and he has said <hes> nothing of the sort of that <hes> he was laid off and the hearing tomorrow is about whether or not <hes> i._b._m. C. go johnny remedy can be deposed on this subject. He you cite in your political reporting many of i._b._m.'s own words from confidential documents and and one for instance talks about the company having a strategy to correct seniority mix meaning. They wanted more millennials than active campaign to get millennials just taking taking i._b._m.'s position for a moment if a company feels that we are a technology company and this is a time of changing technology analogy. We want younger people in who are more comfortable with new technology. What is wrong with that well. Let's let's try to things one. One is this issue of being comfortable technology. There are lots of images that the young are better at technology and they may be about certain kinds of technology and they're not about others so there is the we have to watch assumptions about technological capabilities. One of the things that i showed in we showed in this story is that people who i._b._m. Rated as very competent technologically and in doing their jobs were not protected at all from layoff the fact of their competence and i._b._m.'s.

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"prepatory" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"prepatory" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"We know that the Chicago police are used so Corey says their lawsuit each fueled by legal action taken against Chicago police based on that we believe that it's targeting members of our community will this hill. He says their demands are simple this program you made transparent in public to rest incivility ROY, so they can understand how government funded surveillance is affecting communities across the second court date has been set for next month. Andy day, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM teachers, and Gary in the principle of the Bailey, preparatory academy are. Disciplined for may twenty third awards luncheon, which an eleven year old autistic boy was presented a trophy labeling him the most annoying male of the year. Gary community school spokesman Chelsea Whittington describes the results of an outside investigation. Mary accidents outlined included, recommendations, or terminations of contracts for the teachers, and one of the principle of Bailey. Prepatory kademi, the principal Carlita Royal is currently on administrative leave pending. In addition destination. The boy's parents have spoken out about the incident, bringing it and the school district into the national spotlight more than eighty Roosters enhance have been removed from a west Englewood home that authorities believe were being used for fighting the birds according to alderman Ray Lopez were being kept in pretty bad conditions, and it was very plain to see that this is not just some everyday chicken coop situation. It was it looked like an abandoned garage ahead. At least. Seventy five cages Lopez spoke to CBS to now even seeing a growing trend and not just my neighborhood on the southwest side. In particular, of animal fighting an animal abuse normally comes in the form of a pit bull fighting in abandoned houses, and that's been going on for market park all the way to angle with the owner of the property was seen being led away in handcuffs. Lopez said he's had run ins in the past with police for alleged animal abuse animal control said Chicago, chicken rescue has agreed to.

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Saudis blame Iran for drone attack amid calls for US strikes

John Batchelor

07:58 min | 1 year ago

Saudis blame Iran for drone attack amid calls for US strikes

"Though. We'd been worried about Iranian provocations for weeks. You never know where the strike is coming for ships, targeted near the strategic Emirati port of food our food, Jiwa rall in which the described as a sabotage attack. One of the ships was flying a flag another Norwegian flag. This attack is part of the complication of the Gulf, because there is an ongoing feud between the UAE and Saudi Arabia on one side, and Katha Amman Kuwait on another side. This is the Gulf Cooperation Council. There's also an ongoing war between Saudi Arabia and the element in Yemen, the who phase who are allied with Tyra, so. An attack at the UAE has everybody looking around and saying who did it. And why? And how do they gain from this? It's a mystery that begins immediately within these last hours. We have the crown prince of Saudi Arabia on a tweet and through a newspaper. That's published in English not only blaming Iran for these attacks. But. Recommending guiding the US just surgical strikes on the Iranians in answer to the attacks on these four tankers. We welcome ambassador Barbara leaf. Bob relief was the US ambassador to the United Arab Emirates during the Obama administration and early in the Trump administration. She's a senior fellow at the Washington Institute, Madame Basseterre very good evening to you. When you heard the news about the attack on the tankers, what was your first thought surprised? Did you look to Tehran? Did you say this could get worse? Good evening to. Well, you know, frankly I wasn't entirely surprised. It's the sort of thinly disguised, the Niable kind of, at that the Iranians have gotten quite good at now that said it didn't come, right? Out of the blue did it because you had as a backdrop study esscalation of tensions between Washington Washington and Tehran. Of course, the, the big backdrop is, is the decision by the one year anniversary recently of the decision by President Trump to withdraw the US from the Iranian nuclear accord, and enter exert a campaign about pressure economic pressure largely, so there have been some straws in the wind, but I think the most important thing to look at for the moment is the announcement on the fifth, but the national security adviser John Bolton that the US had decided to accelerate deployment of, of. Carrier strike group, that was already in route to the goal against of US detecting certain threat streams. And so with a very stiff warning from the national security adviser that the US would use relentless force studying attacks on the US interests or those of its allies. I think it's a little bit predictable that you would then see Iran do something that was denial. But just their reports of fighting in who died the as the who the's and Saudi forces both broke the cease fire. That was that followed an announcement that these going to withdraw the troops from that. So what is what, what account for the resumption of the hostilities and is the reached in Stockholm in danger of completely collapsing? Well, I think there's, there's real. Strain. There's real pressure on the agreement and the agreement was really just showing some attraction with the beginnings of the redeployment out of a data in two other small ports, but you have to recall that on, that we had the, the, the sabotage attacks so mysterious, bombings of four tankers off of gera- on Sunday, the twelve and then the next day, several drone attacks of on armed return attacks against a Saudi east west of oil pipeline, which likes the pipeline that runs from different era is a way for the Emirati the Saudis to export oral without going through the strait of our moods. So stations were bombed, the who in fact, took took responsibility. Responsibility for these attacks and the coalition then retaliated yesterday. So I think there will be in fact, some very significant strain on this on this agreement. But, you know, the Hootie really had no cause to do what they did Madame or is it? Is it possible that the Iranians believe they're about to be attacked? Is that what's going on here? Do they believe that the US is going to use our strength to crush them? I do not accept that I think the Iranians are shuffling. A lot of assets around an have been prepatory step possibly. But I don't believe I don't believe Tehran. Thanks. It was about to be attacked by this carrier group, coming to the Gulf after all, we have traditionally had a carrier group in the Gulf. We've, we've several administrations now have have strived to keep a carrier present in the goal and there are casually, gaps in that coverage. But I don't think they looked at this as an imminent attack. I, I tend to think frankly that it was a test. It was a test of the proposition that we would indeed meaningfully extend such a security on wlov. Over of loosely define. And allies in their interests and see what we would do if if they wept some. So they denied it. They were the first to report on it. In fact, and expressed shock and indignation at these mysterious attacks. There are suggestions, and people who try to says that the Saudis, you a coalition have reason to feed the crisis and against the US to ramp up tensions with Iran. They're being hit from various sides, and see the danger in the streets of her Moos. What do you think? Do you trust that the, the non US intelligence on? This conflict is scribe responsibility to Iran, which is certainly capable of doing all of these things is this tied to the arrival of the USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN. So I the attacks are tied but I think it's more. They are tied to the to the bay fifth announce mentor. That makes warning by the White House about any any move to attack you interest or those of an out of allies, but I don't you know, look, I haven't seen the intelligence, but having worked in government quite recently and seeing this kind of thread intelligence for years. I don't have any reason to think at suspect the problem with intelligence of courses. It's a piece of a larger puzzle that you are trying to put together and trying to divine intent on the part of your adversary. It's very, it's very tough, tough enterprise,

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"prepatory" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"prepatory" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Eleven o'clock. It's nineteen degrees. Tonight's forecast mostly cloudy with a low of sixteen from the WTMJ breaking news center. I'm Greg hill. One walkie county supervisor is looking into the possibility of using the middle part greenhouses to grow hemp, Sylvia. Ortiz Valez tells today C J four she has been talking with industry experts and they determine that one greenhouse growing could generate up to a half a million dollars in its first year and one to five million dollars after five years. This is a great way to raise revenues without raising taxes. Ortez Valez says if the county board approves a plan to grow hemp it could begin as early as next year. Two suspects connected to the deaths of two Milwaukee police officers last year, we're back in court this week with Dell Harrison pleaded guilty to charges connected to the crash that killed officer Charles Irvine junior. Meanwhile, the trial for Jonathan Copeland. The man charged in the death of officer, Michael McAliskey has been reschedule. Ruled for February twenty fifth because of the death of officer Matthew Rittner, well with the loss of another Milwaukee police officer chaplain, George Papa Kristo has to answer some difficult questions question that arises in circumstances is always why do bad things happen to good people. And it's a very challenging question. And sometimes it's it's very difficult to answer talking to WTMJ's. Mark Siegerist Papachristou is helping to provide support for officers during these difficult times he says that to go through them the community needs to come together and support law enforcement officers Saint Augustine prepatory academy will hold a vigil on Monday evening for teacher. Kathleen, Ryan, she went missing one week ago. A her body was found inside Burt vehicle in Illinois speaking today, C J, four student Carlos IT, Lonzo says Kathleen took on a mom type role for him to is there for everyone, and she gave me motivation to keep going to be stronger and that made me feel comfortable because I knew I had someone their doubt. Me get through all the pain. The cause of Kathleen death is still under investigation middle and high school students competed on Saturday in a state robotics competition at the WM student union. Hundreds of students of all ages put their best robot creations to the tests of completing different tasks as a team today's and four caught up with this competition. Patron the work that they've played in really is pretty extraordinary to build and program a robot. I'm blown away every two teams will move on to the world championships later this spring. Many participants will also receive scholarships to Milwaukee college of engineering and applied science sports. Traffic and weather are next WTMJ news time eleven oh. Two. It's look as more than warrants. Welcome. Any remodeling job right now. That's just a little too steep for less. This last service.

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"prepatory" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"prepatory" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"And so I'm liking that is part of the narrative of the show now that he's very stoic panicked. But I think that that like, yeah, I think that that stoicism which I typically don't like in the in the chefs that sometimes you like Kurt I think ear it's a lot. It's a lot of it is because of the panic. Just like he's on frying pan all times that he is so nervous. And I think it translates beautifully to television. I thought he was he was my all star of this episode for sure, and I think that the point that you're making just speaks towards why this judging panel is in my opinion, one of the best on reality TV is because they have their own jokes that they acknowledge it makes me think back to like season thirteen where Padma knows the quantities crushing on on her. And so she always tries to play it up having a conversation with him in every quickfire when they make the rounds. Like, they are just such a good group of people that they have their own in jokes that really, you know, reverberate outside of the screen. I do agree with you in Tonio that I think from our perspective I could see Adrian making the win as well. Because not only did she rule that kitchen with an iron fist and was absolutely necessary. Even though we got the sort of out of context clip in previous instances about her say, you guys pay attention to be do you listened to them essentially saying like Brian don't get involved in my business? She really needed to do that too. Get all the chaos settled out. And I think her desserts, we're talking about the peaches, the Jasper hill farms harvest and cheese with basil. Kacha and blackberry was really interesting to me in so many ways. I I never had Harbison cheese. Even though that apparently bridges whenever mommy and daddy get into fight apparently. Mommy, and daddy will just have some Harbison cheese and all will be well, according to Karen Rummy mummy. Right. But but apparently exactly, but apparently, it's like a very sweet, she's a big splits. Makes it a good dessert cheese. I'm so intrigued by this basil Kacha because I know Neely was talking about like the really cool way that she had done it. I I am stumped as to how she was able to make whatever that chip looking thing was, you know, out of basil Kacha, I guess the color came from the basil. But like, I don't know what prepatory method you use to make it look like that that that just astounded me and also thinking with both Adrian and also the big thing back to the very perceptive aside when they were both on the team with Brandon, and I think all of us who were talking about that. Episode where like Brandon's walking all over these two during the quickfire, and they seem to both a little bit meeker. And I think the the following five episodes. Now, we've seen that Nin Adrian your day can take charge. They do take charge. Maybe not in front of house, but they both are very vocal in their in their own rights, especially you'll need you stepped up and had to win. So I I really do like the the way that we've seen the different sides of these shifts just over these past six weeks. Yeah. And I think that to that point. I mean, Adrian one of the reasons why she stepped up as -secutive chef is because she says, you know, I have all this experience expediting, and it definitely shows to the point that you made an Tonio she kept everything super organized a couple of things I wanted to touch upon before we leave the northeast. I totally agree about Eddie's New York trip with braised cabbage, and the Merlo ju I mean it just like a fantastic combination. And it's a really cool way to do the..

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"prepatory" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

07:01 min | 2 years ago

"prepatory" Discussed on WRVA

"All right. I wanna talk to you a little bit about. So what are we going to do about it? So what are we do about things? How do we solve this? This little girl in this little girl in Alabama is just. Killing me, just killing me such a horrible story. I mean, not just the fact of the of why she was apparently bullied by befriending a white kid and being bullied because black kids aren't supposed to mix with white kids being bullied by other black kids about it. That's obviously disturbing and it just the idea that. How a nine year old could contemplate suicide is just for any reason almost it's almost shocking that you don't even be aware of the possibility at nine years old. I mean, that's just stunning. I don't remember these things happening. I'm sure they did. But they don't remember these things happening in the past. And I would have been just as outraged. If it was a white kid that was bullied now those I can read in history. But I don't remember those happening, you know, in the recent past in the last twenty five years, and I'm sure one or two have happened. And maybe it's just this one. And I hope it is. But we're not healing. We're not getting better. We're just shifting. They trid from one side to another teen is in Massachusetts. Hello tina. You had some perspective on this. Yes. I am biracial my biological mother is white and my biological father is black. My mother didn't have an prolonged relationship with my father. She ended up marrying a white man later on having children and he had children from a previous marriage. So I was the only black child in the family. I grew up in a small alway down. And I was it was brutal with the white kids. Always, you know, saying horrible things today. But when I was a freshman in high school, my parents decided to send me to a private boarding school That was. was prepatory high school, and they were black kids there. And I was like, wow. Like me. It was horrible. It was absolutely horrible. Not only did the white kids. Not wanna deal with me because I was lack the black kid where so brutal. And I I couldn't even believe it. They make fun of my hair because I didn't know how to do my hair, and I was still wearing an afro. And this is like an eighty one they make fun of my clothes. I dressed white. I spoke white I acted white. So how did you deal? How did you deal with this? What do you come away from it? Now, that's an AB one time has passed. So where what wisdom do you have you found? Oh, I'm trying not to cry. Because it still hurts. A bet it does. My I I have to tell you. I hated being black as a kid. I used to go to bed every night and pray that God would make me white, and I would wake up every morning and run in the mirror. See like my sisters. Oh my gosh. And it never have obviously, did you did you did your parents know, you felt that way? They sent me to counseling, but they know they did not know, my my my doctor father loved history and I loved history too. But as a child and actually as as a child, I used to hate black people because everything in history books white people will wonderful do strong. They did everything. Black people were always victims. I heard about rolling out the same by black figures Harriet Tubman. Frederick douglass. You know, and and you know, it was just these these five people, and I was like black people can't do anything for themselves. I I I have to interrupt you here for Justice second. I have to tell you. We're doing in February. We're doing a black history museum here at the studios you have to come. You just have to come because that was my complaint. I said, I don't know you can. You can hear about Martin Luther King. You can hear about Harriet Tubman. You can hear all these things. I want to focus on the people that you've never heard of that made huge impacts. But have been raced by history, you won't believe the stories that we're going to tell the black history museum. This this February. And I'm so glad to hear you say that 'cause I know I tried to think myself if I were black my history has been taken from me. And and I don't know it. And what would I want to hear? And I wouldn't want to hear about the same things that I could read about in every school book. I want to hear news stories. Exactly. And you know as an adult almost fifty one now. No, I'm sorry. I'm fifty two. And my husband, and I have talked about this. And I said, you know. The problem with this country is is woven into the fabric starting in school because they teach white kids essentially at black people are victims, and they teach black kids take themselves that they're big dogs. White people wanted to fall, and they do everything that's my own personal feeling. That's what I came away with from twelve years of school. And you know, and and I still see it it just you know, when my step kids when I looked at their school box things that you know, what glorify with things to me that I didn't understand. Why Marilyn Monroe had four pages in the history book? I'm I really, I know I'm like an Elvis Presley, and it was one page on George Washington. And I didn't really see anything on Frederick Douglas. I just the problem goes to our schools, we are institutional racism that is there's sub consciously woven into all of us because we're taught in school and how it audit. You know, black history shouldn't be a month set aside every year..

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"prepatory" Discussed on The Hoop Collective

The Hoop Collective

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"prepatory" Discussed on The Hoop Collective

"I get him. And Ryan Anderson we're gonna take a step forward. They wanted to have probably the season that the kings were having and enlarge part. Because of the fact that there's so untalented at point guard for at least so inexperienced point guard that hasn't been the case. And so I don't know that I think that you know, all Houston's drop off can really be traced to the loss of the rotation players, including reason that they lost. I think at this stage of his career. I don't he's he's gives you a different skill set than Davis caldwell-pope in terms of his size. And particular and its -bility to guard multiple positions, but they already kind of have that to some extent with Kouzmin LeBron. So, you know, I don't know that he's going to be better for them. If they get him than Josh heart would be in that spot. You know, what it seems to me though, what it is is it's a it would be a playoff prepatory move Reza is a playoff performer. He's proven and he can play any lineups that you wanna put out there you can plant a small lineup. He could play to guard in a lineup. And I think I think that's what so many teams as the warriors of proven over the last few years as you want these elastic five men lineups that can basically play in you guys the complain any lineup that you put out there in a reasons one of those guys, and I don't think that caldwell-pope necessarily is he's going to have some limitations. And and you're gonna you're gonna Luke Walton would get in some situations where he would prefer to have. Maybe it's Lonzo ball. Maybe it's Rondo maybe it's somebody else in that spot where called will pope would be getting minutes. But reason would be somebody that I think in almost all cases would probably be on the floor in a crunch time situation. So. To me. That's what that kind of move screams is less about upgrading wool over the dynamics of the trade potential trade here in a second. Let me ask you this..

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"prepatory" Discussed on Dollar Saving Divas

Dollar Saving Divas

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"prepatory" Discussed on Dollar Saving Divas

"All right. Perhaps not what are you gonna do? You do the laps. I am going to die making cheese. Oh. That's really good. Let's really good. I don't think I got enough every family before we got that recipe. The lot of different kinds of MAC and cheese before we all we all agreed on exercising. I'm leaning across the table. That is absolutely delicious. Oh, and then g Brown that. Yes. So what we do the little baby. Cast iron Skillet. Prepatory preparatory prepa, obviously, pre prep everything that with our cheese sauce or grew. And then we put it in the salamander since the cheese melter right on top two ounces allow store in there. And it's good. Wow. No charge for that fourteen. Actually, really really note. That is are you kidding me? I know, you know, you're fine diner. I show true luxury. Tell them any differently that that I can't find a lobster MAC and cheese to Janos with you under nineteen dollars. Oh, where I go. Oh, don't. So we were able to come. That's not even aside. That's an entree. No doubt on that price point is incredible. Because I know in Florida number one. Okay. Number one. I have had to lax MAC and cheese. And you're not gonna believe this. But they. Make it with your. You're not gonna believe this Philadelphia cream cheese and velveeta that's what they make it. And they're shifting out and told us that that's unfortunate for. Charts these church like eighteen twenty dollars and people pay it. It's a sucker every day. Oh my gosh. Reagan. Thank you. But I can't eat a last. We've got more food. We get. I went oh, you know, what my husband joined us today. So that's passed. This went down to him. Because I know he's a lobster MAC and cheese van as well. Okay. Did you do that? When like I'm not tried telling about the Gumbo..

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"prepatory" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"prepatory" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"So these people who found the president's comments outrageous or disgusting or mean, shouldn't they be looking in the mirror? Shouldn't they be looking in the mirror? And the media specially. The media, especially this is from the Daily Mail exclusive Christine Ford threw her under the bus strained sex assault witness Leyland Kaiser, her lifelong girlfriend seen for the first time as close family member confirmed. She did not corroborate schoolfriend Ford store to the FBI. A weary looking Leland. Kaiser was seen for the first time. Kaiser fifty two who informed described as your best friend at Holton arms prepatory school and Bethesda Maryland was her final hope for corroboration ever, the former pro golfer couldn't corroborate Ford story when she was interviewed by the FBI on Saturday. I believe this is Bob Beccles ex wife. Fenway. Patrick Daily Mail TV exclusive photos for the first time since news Ford named her. Kaiser showed the stress of being put into the national spotlight, the close relative expressed anger at Ford suggestion. The Kaiser could not recall the party because of the quotes significant health challenges, and why aren't the media all worked up about how Dr Ford through a fellow female Leland Kaiser under the bus. She can't remember because of significant health challenges the health challenges have not impaired her memory, but being caught up in the cavenaugh scandal has proved physically trying to the relatives said Leland is not a well woman. She has had years of injuries have been that have seen her have fourteen operations. She just wants to get better. Well, that's a very compassionate Christine Ford. I would say wouldn't you America? I just thought I'd bring this up. Because which women. Are we supposed to be protecting and defending in which women? Are we not supposed to be protecting and defending? Now that renovation at her home. With the two doors the two front door. I just thought it was odd. The whole thing came up. Well, it's kind of odd. People have looked into this real clear investigations looked into this. Don't they found that second door wasn't there for an exit? That's second or lead to a refurbished room and a bathroom. Where businesses were run out of it. Or the room could have been rented. So that room was created with that door, not because of any psychological issues or difficulties. Paul Sperry point Saturday real clear investigations. Now, it was created. As a form of of income. You start. Adding these things up it really does create a problem doesn't it Mr. producer? I mean, you go through this one thing after another after another, and of course, now, they're indignant at the FBI did interview Cavanagh, why she going to change your opinion. That argument doesn't even make sense. Why is she going to change your opinion to the FBI that can be perjury? I don't think she'll do that. And I didn't even interview judge Cavanaugh. Why should they see going to change his opinion? I don't think so. All we need to get to the truth. Now, all they do is interview. People and ask them questions write it up and handed over. It's only been said four billion times that that's what a background. Check is. So what is it that the FBI needs to find out? Now, if they really did interview. Dr ford. Then they should take with them prosecutor Rachel Mitchell's memo, and as well as several the points, I've been raising. And then have Dr square the circle. That would be a real criminal investigation. And they can do the same with Canada. But I don't see any contradictions in his testimony do. I really don't. I don't think you have a lot of X cavenaugh girlfriends coming forward and saying while he lied about this and he lied about that. And now that's not true. He did like the fly, and he wasn't claustrophobic and he did this. And he did that there's nobody who said that. Well, you have this old guy went the Yale. He said he threw ice. Through ice. Luckily, didn't throw lamp or an ashtray ally. Hillary clinton. He are we allowed to talk about the truth anymore, and I had a dear friend, who is a dear friend, he wrote. And he said you need to be careful about this stuff. I said, I'm being careful. I'm not being.

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"prepatory" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"prepatory" Discussed on KNSS

"So only people who found the president's comments outrageous or disgusting or mean, should they be looking in the mirror? Shouldn't they be looking in the mirror? And the media, especially. The media, especially this is from the Daily Mail exclusive Christine Ford threw her under the bus strained sex assault witness Leyland Kaiser, her lifelong girlfriend seeing for the first time as close family member confirmed. She did not corroborate schoolfriend Ford store to the FBI. A weary looking Leland. Kaiser was seen for the first time. Kaiser fifty to whom form described as your best friend at Holton arms prepatory school in Bethesda, Maryland. What's her final hope for corroboration ever, the former pro golfer couldn't corroborate Ford story when she was interviewed by the FBI on Saturday. I believe this is Bob Beccles ex wife. Hanaway? Pictured and Daily Mail TV exclusive photos for the first time since news Ford named her. Kaiser showed the stress of being put into the national spotlight, the close relative expressed anger at Ford suggestion. The Kaiser could not recall the party because of the quote significant health challenges, and why aren't the media all worked up about how Dr Ford through a fellow female Leland Kaiser under the bus. She can't remember because of significant health challenges to health challenges have not impaired her memory, but being caught up in the cavenaugh scandal has proved physically trying to the relatives said Leland is not a well woman. She has had years of injuries have been that have seen her have fourteen operations. She just wants to get better. Well, that's a very compassionate Christine Ford. I would say wouldn't you America? I just thought I'd bring this up. Because which women. Are we supposed to be protecting and defending in which women? Are we not supposed to be protecting and defending? Now that renovation at her home. With the two doors the two front. I just thought it was odd. The whole thing came up. Well, it's kind of odd. People have looked into this real clear investigations looked into this. What they found that second door wasn't there for an exit. That's second door led to a refurbished room a bathroom. We're businesses were run out of it. Or the room could have been rented. So that room was created with that door, not because of any psychological issues or difficulties. Paul Sperry point sat in real clear investigations. Now, it was created. As another form of of income. You start adding things these things up. It really does create a problem doesn't it Mr. producer? I mean, you go through this one thing after another after another, and of course, now, they're indignant that the FBI did interview cabinet. Why are you going to change your opinion? That argument doesn't even make sense. Why is she going to change your opinion to the FBI that can be perjury? I don't think she'll do that. And they didn't even interview judge Cavanaugh. Well, why should they see going to change his opinion? I don't think so. All we need to get to the truth. Now, all they do is interview. People and ask them questions write it up and handed over it's been said four billion times at that's what a background. Check is. So what is it that the FBI needs to find out? Now, if they really did interview. Dr ford. Then they should take with them prosecutor Rachel Mitchell's memo, and as well as several the points, I've been raising. And then have Dr forge square the circle. That would be a real criminal investigation. And they could do the same with cabinet. But I don't see any contradictions in his testimony deal. I really don't. I don't think you have a lot of X cavenaugh girlfriends coming forward and saying, well, he lied about this and he lied about that. And now that's not true. He did like the fly, and he wasn't claustrophobic and he did this. And he did that there's nobody who said that while you have this old guy went to Yale. He said he threw ice. Through ice. Luckily, didn't throw Lampert ashtray ally. Hillary clinton. Yep. Yep. Allowed to talk about the truth anymore and my latter. I had a dear friend who is a dear friend. He wrote me said you need to be careful about this stuff. I said, I'm being careful. I'm not being mean, I'm not being rude. I'm.

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"prepatory" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

The News & Why It Matters

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"prepatory" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

"Steps off the sidelines Adra name and join me in this fight. Also give me your money, love Spartacus. So. I mean, it's just ridiculous right after the testimony started, they were already sending these emails out if that's not totally transparent that this ball political. I don't know what is. I was gonna say that a lot of the questioning from Mitchell seem like they were trying to get out, get out the, you know, are trying to make it known how political this was. That was the line of the question regarding the flight that was when the polygraph test who pay for the polygraph tests. They actually came out. They got her to Dr forward to admit that Feinstein Stein was the one that recommended cats as her lawyer. Everything was kind of a kind of centered on bringing that out. Go ahead, no, even you know, even. Prepatory soliloquies that they had with the allotted time instead of actually asking questions and get to the bottom of this, spills it out. Clearly all it is virtually signaling in grandstanding. All they were doing it was to get their moment so that they can utilize that sound bites to push forward and say, I'm fighting for you. Now, both sides are both sides are guilty of this kind of opportunistic fundraising, right? But there's got to be a line where it's like God like this is just getting ridiculous like we'd get politicians. This is kind of what you do, but it's like, this is something about it just stinks when it's so close. It's just like Rudy minutes, right? They kept calling for an FBI investigation, and I can't imagine any law enforcement organization in the world. Launching an investigation just off of hearsay. When all the other witnesses that she said, she gave all the night had ever happened. Investigate right. I was thirty six years ago is why a lot of them are are saying we need to invest it because they know they know it's going to be an inconclusive. He said she said, there's no investigation to be had. They've already looked into him six times. The one thing that I remember Dr Ford said she goes, this is something that the guy could look into it. They started investigation was whether judge worked at this supermarket Safeway, I think it was or whatever when he worked there and I'm like, you gotta be kidding me. Standard operating procedure for your for lawyers is to hire a private investigator to look at all these things and get all the information. So you give public that's standard operating procedure. I guarantee you, they've already done that. And the reason you have doesn't need to do that. The reason it seemed like the reason that she wanted that investigated to find out when cabinet worked. There was not just to narrow down the timeframe of wit exactly nineteen eighty-two this supposedly happened, but also because Mark judge to her, looked uncomfortable when she saw him at Safeway. Okay. You're gonna. You're going to draw the conclusion that it all happened because you think that Mark judge was uncomfortable when he saw you at a grocery store, it's unbelievable. Scant little to go on with any of this. And again, you know, I just it hard. It's a difficult position to be in in the media talking about this because it's, you know, we're not trying to be callous to someone who has experienced some sort of sexual assault. But again, facts still matter. You know, the circumstances still matter. And I just I fear that we're at this time kind of like what you were getting colon that you know now a mockery is being made of this entire movement, and I think that it's going to backfire, especially with like, for instance, black lives matter. We talked about this. I think it was yesterday or the day before that initially at the heart of it, there were issues that they were bringing to light really needed to be addressed. And then it gets co opted by the by other people. And then now. Yes and no one finds them, you know, as credible. So I feel like that's what will want to down with black lives matter like organization. Yeah, I think the sentiment of the movement in of itself still has credibility in the action here..

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"prepatory" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"prepatory" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The american people are hearing that president trump is the one saying the summit is off well on the contrary i totally agree with that i think what we're seeing here is a provocative statement from vice foreign minister certainly kim you're gonna prove this statement which is talking about the possibility of nuclear conflict with the united states very very very nasty comments about the vice president but indeed as secretary of state pompeo today we've reached out and said we want prepatory talks in singapore for this meeting coming up on the twelfth of june and they did not respond how could that be now we hear the president saying that in in his letter you know that essentially if and when kim jong chooses to come back to the table sort of put things in their court things are in their card because those delivers that wise they i mean we're not really dealing many times we hear state department officials talking about this as an unstable regime or an unstable leader i don't see this as being an unstable regime i think kim jong un is a control i think he's proven that i think he's a very rational actor and i think he had made a strategic decision to work towards normalizing relations with the united states to help too improve the economy of north korea to do something he said he would do for the korean people twenty five million of them who are living in literally desperate situation just a few seconds left but what would you like to see happen next we're gonna be watching for i think we need a dialogue to continue i need we we need to look to resuming that momentum so that eventually we do get that summit between the president of the united states donald trump and kim jong but i think number of preparatory meetings will be necessary so there's clarity on what north korea's intentions are we know what our willingness to provide is that.

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"prepatory" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"prepatory" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Special prepatory thanks who's dev who has been an av expert hair a sovereign nearby trade but ab expert has moonlighting why think this is everybody so i'm jeff and if i think most people here have heard of the show or listen to it i run software engineer daily and i'm really happy that you all showed up for the meet up because doing the podcast is kind of a solitary experience it's really nice to get out and meet people in person so today we've got a couple awesome talks and they're gonna talk for about thirty minutes each and after each talk will do ten minutes question five ten minutes of questions and this is super desperateness gos and matt correct i will let them explain to you what to production does and why it's awesome so with that super strean thank you jeff thanks for having us we are here today to talk about working on the copenhagen wheel at super best rian the copenhagen wheel if you're not familiar is a electric pedal assist bike wheel so you'd replace your rear wheel with this copenhagen wheel and when you pedal it pushes so thank you jeff this goss gossiping jones he's the head of software adds pedestrian my name's matt cole i'm the head of embedded software veteran and we're here to talk about the software in and behind the copenhagen wheel short intro on super pedestrian it was spun out of the mit sensible app in two thousand twelve our founder asaf peterman was contracted by the city of copenhagen to create a product that would enable more of the city to take longer commutes by bicycle around sixty people and we're headquartered in cambridgeport so first we need to talk about why cities are important to the development of the copenhagen wheel to these represent about two percent of.

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"prepatory" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"prepatory" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Special prepatory thanks who's dev who has been an av expert hair a sovereign nearby trade but ab expert has moonlighting why think this is everybody so i'm jeff and if i think most people here have heard of the show or listen to it i run software engineer daily and i'm really happy that you all showed up for the meet up because doing the podcast is kind of a solitary experience it's really nice to get out and meet people in person so today we've got a couple awesome talks and they're gonna talk for about thirty minutes each and after each talk will do ten minutes question five ten minutes of questions and this is super desperateness gos and matt correct i will let them explain to you what to production does and why it's awesome so with that super strean thank you jeff thanks for having us we are here today to talk about working on the copenhagen wheel at super best rian the copenhagen wheel if you're not familiar is a electric pedal assist bike wheel so you'd replace your rear wheel with this copenhagen wheel and when you pedal it pushes so thank you jeff this goss gossiping jones he's the head of software adds pedestrian my name's matt cole i'm the head of embedded software veteran and we're here to talk about the software in and behind the copenhagen wheel short intro on super pedestrian it was spun out of the mit sensible app in two thousand twelve our founder asaf peterman was contracted by the city of copenhagen to create a product that would enable more of the city to take longer commutes by bicycle around sixty people and we're headquartered in cambridgeport so first we need to talk about why cities are important to the development of the copenhagen wheel to these represent about two percent of.

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"prepatory" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"prepatory" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"The fact that true netto bogaerde who has been jailed since february twenty seconds police says she has four pounds a cocaine she was teaching third grade at low rock prepatory academy even though she had a felony drug conviction for five years ago the superintendent of the school said a we did a background check argues us state police in fbi both said she's good to go how are we supposed to know which all y'all just want to plus background checks government's gonna going gonna dig infix everything's gonna be just fine 501 four 300 nine to barbara in little rock you're on newsradio one or two point nine karn what's up i am har um i don't believe the superintendent um you're not surpri i first of all about the background check somebody probably just the follow up on it but uh for at the school district level but um i you're not even supposed to be able to claim the floor um i have a school building after hours if you have a felony holland your brett curtain and um the only thing that i now uh that is half at that i know for sure um i know there they have hired cleaning staff before maintenance workers and then when the background check men and there was something on that they had fired by you know or told them you've got to go now we'll let me let me ask you this um ktv says that before she got the job at the the private school in little rock she actually did some some substitute teaching in little rock school district in the public schools well i don't know what requirement are they i don't know.

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"prepatory" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"prepatory" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Fbi's human resources division see where this is all gone i mean we got we got so many players here that are just wait way way too familiar with the clintons that's one thing that sticks out very obviously you're getting back to the story the agency's decision to make straw sake available two thousand best gators came on the same day that the new york times and the washington post disclosed the existence of the antitrump text message and fox news disclose the trust ecsc conduct in the clinton case was under review by the fbi's office of inspector general the demotion of war vast marked the second time within a matter of months that the justice department and the fbi have disciplined for misconduct a senior official connected with in some form or fashion to the trump russia case according according to congressional sources simpson and or met sometime around thanksgiving last year when president elect trump was in the process of selecting his cabinet and they discussed over coffee the anti trump dossier the russian investigation and what simpson considered the distressing development of trump's victory yet they thought it was distressing how exactly simpson an or came to know each other is still being investigated but the initial evidence collected by the house intelligence committee suggest that the two were placed in touch by steal the former fbi informant whose contact with or are said are said by senior doj officials to date back to two thousand and six newness has instructed the h p s c i two draft contempt of congress citations against rosenstein and against the fbi director christopher ray prepatory to a house vote on whether the site patients should be enforced issued a fresh subpoenas on thursday specifically covering or at his files learners that's the latest you taken do what you want to do with it and again probably the only place that you're going to be hearing that he is here in on fox and that's about it um it's it's in the weeds it's complicated but as you can see there are senior officials at the doj that are being demoted they're being taken off specific cases they're being the day did something and the than the at the intel committee wants to know what they did to get demoted why are they no longer involved with the level that they were involved and.

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"prepatory" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"prepatory" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Post about thirty five thousand american troops under general george patton they landed on november eighth meeting fortytwo at three points in morocco germany and attacked in invaded france and beaten them several years before so the french government which was ruling that area was theoretically progerman because it was hoped the french would not resist the americans didn't fire prepatory fires when they invaded a morocco but the fresh were there were pro french government which meant progerman so there was a heck of a fight there uh indeed the french command in general tried to do a kuta todd overthrow the french the government in algiers to surrender to the allies but he was unsuccessful so there was all kinds of stuff going on and the german presence was fairly minimal casa blanca was the principal french naval port the naval battle of custom blanca uh was a big fight so it was one heck of a fight and the people grady the movie casa walk at didn't know about any of this stuff okay monica the movie casa blanca it was fiction but really really close to reality so talk about the movie that without it yet collection of medical miracle out for all the people who didn't originally want him be in it the fact that both my father and crowd rained where terribly he'll they both had cold they were working on not buoyed here they weren't available to shoot when it started shooting beaubourg had a contract immediately on a certain date walk off of cost blanca and shoot another film i mean it's just one thing after another and of course the fact that there wasn't actually a shooting script complete at the time they were shooting added to this sort of hodge podge of of miracles that ended up making a movie that's you know practically perfect in every way is certainly one of the best movies history his uh absolutely well it for me what makes it work in what makes it uh survive the test of time is integrity every one of those characters by the end of the film has basically made the right decision you'll so must leave with viktor viktor must go on in.

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"prepatory" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"prepatory" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"T h empty officials say the two tourists were rush skewed and not seriously injured both groups were hiking on off limit trail that are accessible without trespassing firefighters did recovered the body of the missing point of the valley hiker and the six others were airlifted to safety me luckily can have the eu's now agency says that so far this year there have been three search and rescue operate asians in the haikou trail area since january that includes a stairs itself and trails leading to the stairs last year they conducted twenty two operations in two thousand fifteen there were eighteen firefighter say every time someone needs to be rescued at an illegal trail it pulls away from other responsibilities and and puts firefighters at risk as aid has a list of trails at our legal we posted it on our website hawaii news now dot com but what you're in jail that's the centers for former prison guard who lied about inappropriate relationships with two female inmates thirty one year old diego controllers was sent to prison yesterday investigators say these aliases the contact the women and were intimate with them he previously pleaded guilty to making false statements as as part of his sentence he also asked appear five thousand dollar fine a prestigious big island boarding school is being sued over allegations of female employees sexually abused an 18yearold student and the lawsuit the teens parents claim ardy clarion dorm supervisor at hawaii prepatory academy had sex with their son more than a dozen times last year are the lasted also claims school officials new clarie allowed students to sleep in her bed and failed to stop her a school says it fired at clarie after learning about the allegations no criminal charges have been filed bail has.

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