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"prime minister  canada" Discussed on Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada

Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada

04:28 min | Last week

"prime minister canada" Discussed on Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada

"Ep also scored a lot of what what the liberal talk about. Except for they go away. Further in terms of you know there hasn't been a lot of talk about pipelines Necessarily this election from the mvp. I think they're trying to make sure they rock the boat in alberta provincially as dynamics there but they have said that they want to end fossil fuel subsidies so for people who are listening fossil fuel. Subsidies are not That's a little bit of a simplistic way to talk about them. You know what i think. Jade meet sing means when he talks about that is sort of any federal support to the oil and gas industry when it comes to now it's a lot about transition and sort of like the new economy. The view of the mvp is largely that oil and gas companies are rich enough to do despite themselves. No more government intervention on this. We should just how standards that they have to meet initial from there. The other thing that is different between the party is is the emissions reductions Target so i don't know i remember back in twenty in. During the paris accord all of these countries came together and talk to you about reducing emissions. The paris accord happened. When prime minister harper was the prime minister canada and the target. That was agreed to there was thirty percent reduction of emissions two-dozen five emissions since then the liberals have increased it. They increased earlier this year. To forty to forty five percent and the mvp wanna go even higher. I don't the exact number but it's significantly higher than the liberals number into the fifty. Okay there you go. So the differences between the political parties now or that tool has agreed to keep that thirty percent reduction. Target deliver later trudell wants to take its that forty to forty five dp Fifty which the conservatives argue is reasonable because the emissions reductions targets under the liberal leader actually haven't been met so the argument there is like why set a target if you're not gonna hit it but that's definitely another area where they differ on this topic. It is interesting at all. I'd like to. I'd like to get fifty percents even though we haven't hit ten so yeah stig nine right. Of course it is all politics really is generally i mean for me obviously eliminating Sixty nine repealing see forty eight bin and then getting trans mountain expansion built. That's the part. I mean emissions reduction. Fantastic don't care but sounds like very important stuff. It seems as though we're never going to get there. But i like the idea of it. It's the infrastructure that they're considering and then willing to back that gets my juices flowing and i'm excited about that personally. I think that was a really good breakdown of what people should be thinking about in regards to the environment by for me moving forward. I found it interesting that he calls an election with a childcare. Bill still pending. I think that this is something. That's also very misunderstood across all platforms but kinda update me on what. Childcare situation is for each one of the. Yeah so by the way. I wanna start this discussion by saying that. I think we should think about investments in child care whether we do it through. Tax credits through universal access is super important. I think that you know as a young female professional myself. Our society needs to start thinking about this as infrastructure. You know there needs to be access for people. We need to getting people the option of going back to work and for the cost. Childcare tanabe prohibitive. So that's where. I come from this discussion. The liberals had had been talking about this for sure..

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"prime minister  canada" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:30 min | 11 months ago

"prime minister canada" Discussed on KTRH

"And when Democrats they go on to either be promoted or they go on to become media stars like Right now we're even hearing out Gene Harrison, who lost the Lindsay ground by a substantial margin. Is now being floated as the new head of the DNC. And I just I kind of look at this stuff and I laugh, mostly like we saw what happened. Beetle roar. We'll see what happens with people like Wendy Davis. You know, people like this. They lose their races and then they go on. You know, they become coddled by the media, and then they go on to be kind of celebrities. It's not something I get it. You're if your whole goal in your whole career is winning elections I see in, you know a winning formula there, but I guess that's just what they're going to keep doing. You get the sense that Stacy Abrams always feels that the room is too hot. Maybe she's just a little glistening, little sweaty. Maybe. I mean, I don't know. I know I haven't. I haven't. I want you to focus and I don't think I've really pay that much closer Attention to Stacey Abrams. Nice. I don't want you. I don't watch MSNBC. So if in fact if in fact Joe Biden wins, and he is inaugurated How do you predict the dynamic with Kamala Harris and him? What? What kind of leader do you if at all? Do you expect him to be Well, his relations, his relationship with common going to be interesting, and I think you have to look at when he chose her. I mean, people, people may or may not remember, she dropped out of the race before Iowa. She was kind of the Scott Walker of the You Know, 2020 primary She was out of the race before even a single vote was cast, and there was a political argument article that said. Her campaign suffered one of the worst in fighting just people fighting over messages. Go on Twitter should be on Facebook. What should you be running on? And just kind of this caddy? Kind of Ah! House where everyone was just trying to, you know, get one up on each other. So in Joe Biden chose her as a running mate. He didn't bring any of her people with her. He said. You're under our control now, so he chose her. But then he put his people in charge of her coms in charge of her messaging and charge of everything. So that should give you kind of an idea about how those two were going to govern together. I think that There's a strong possibility she's kind of kept, you know. At bay a little bit and saying, You know, we're going to control the messaging over here. Here's your schedule. Here's what we need you to do. And that it just depends on you know how long she goes away, you know, along with the whole thing. The interesting thing, and I've said this before, several times she's going to be treated the president pretty much all the title. You know, Joe Biden will be their meeting with, you know, Black face new andr, Prime Minister Canada. And you're going to hear people the media going. You know, Mr President? Where's Where's your vice president? Where's Connemara? Where she shouldn't She be in there on this meeting should be done with you. You're going to hear things like that over the course of two years. And they're going to make sure that she's essentially treated as the president and all the title. It's going to be an interesting time. Stephen Miller come back and join us. You're a great guest. I appreciate it. Definitely thank you, Michael. You confined him on the twitters at Red Sties. Esti easy. He's one of my.

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"prime minister  canada" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:11 min | 11 months ago

"prime minister canada" Discussed on 600 WREC

"What? What kind of leader do you if it all? Do you expect him to be? The role of his relations, his relationship with common going to be interesting, and I think you have to look at when he chose her. I mean, people, people may or may not remember, she dropped out of the race before Iowa. She was kind of the Scott Walker of the You Know, 2020 primary she was out of the race before even a single vote was cast. And there was a political argument. Your article that said. Her campaign suffered one of the worst in fighting just people fighting over messages. Go on Twitter should be on Facebook. What should you be running on? And just kind of this caddy? Kind of Ah! House where everyone was just trying to, you know, get one up on each other. Go on. Joe Biden chose her. As a running mate. He didn't bring any of her people with her. She said. You're under our control now, so he chose her. But then he put his people in charge of her coms in charge of her messaging and charge of everything. So that should give you kind of an idea about how those two were going to govern together. I think that There's a strong possibility she's kind of kept, you know. At bay a little bit and saying, You know, we're going to control the messaging over here. Here's your schedule. Here's what we need you to do. And then it just depends on you know how long she goes away, you know, along with that whole thing The interesting thing, and I've said this before, several times she's going to be treated as the president. Pretty much all the title. You know, Joe Biden will be their meeting with, you know, black new Andr, Prime Minister Canada. And you're going to hear people the media going. You know, Mr President? Where's Where's your vice president? Where's Connemara? Where is she? Shouldn't she be in there on this meeting? Shouldn't she be with you? You're going to hear things like that over the course of two years. And they're going to make sure that she's essentially treated as the president and all the title. It's going to be an interesting time. Stephen Miller come back and join us. You're a great guest. I appreciate it. Definitely thank you like you can find him on the twitters at Red Sties. Esti easy. He's.

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"prime minister  canada" Discussed on Sandy and Nora talk politics

Sandy and Nora talk politics

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"prime minister canada" Discussed on Sandy and Nora talk politics

"Evening? How do you proof against the future? You fucking don't the future no matter fucking what you can't predict it. I don't know maybe you had to have complete delusion to have like a job working for the Prime Minister Canada. But they confirmed that he aspects of future proofing are to me. would be vulnerabilities in the elder care. System it's like okay. What the fuck does that mean and And childcare is a key aspect of these discussions which will be interesting to see what that actually means. We'll look you know as you say like this is not something that they can announce right now. Which is why. I'm a cynic of course with politicians and their promises especially coming from the Liberal Party. But that's why I think it's the perfect thing for them to focus on right now because they're probably like young. We don't want to spend any more money but we need something. That sounds real good so we can continue talking to the media. About how do in the thing? We're doing the thing we're doing the thing that the people need and we need to be talking about that they come up with something. That sounds real good. This Recession is affecting women in a different way than it's affecting everybody else. We need to do something about that. So will the announcement probably look like like what are they going to announce maybe a study a study of how this is affecting women. They'll do that for the next couple of years or which is perfect timing right because the economy's not coming back or not supposed to be reentering. The world in the same way for people are saying a year or two right and let's in a year or two okay. That would be about the start of the next federal election and then they'll announce the childcare program as a promise for the next election. That's my prediction. Yeah we've many predictions on this show. Many of them correct. I I just. I can't imagine any other way that they would be tackling this as an idea of how how to discuss the recession but the fact that they are talking about it in official circles as a recession affecting mostly women. Not Saying it means that they do. They must be coming up with some sort of plan around how they're going to actualize this into some sort of campaign but I don't see like what is possible in terms of a campaign that is meaningful that just affects women right now besides and they're talking about childcare in the news so the only thing I can think of is like a special training programs like Potentially like just focused on women being retrained but right now in a lot of education seems to be going online for the foreseeable future like I. I just I don't know how else are they going to use this besides fodder for another campaign? I can't I can't think of something. Am I missing something? Because the things that they that they should do they won't do right. So here's some things that they could do. They could have expanded the serve and giving women more money than men like straight up. The come on May just an idea. They could've tiered the Serb to give more money to people who are low income which would have had the same impact or a similar impact on targeting women Just defacto but also targeting people who need it. The most which would have been speed. They they didn't do that they. They went with the Serb which we criticized. Before in this episode. They have You know not had a wage subsidy the way that they that they have basically bankrolled people's wages because wages are already segregated based on gender based on race and so all that they did was give like rewarded corporations for differentially paying women and men With public money so I mean they could have thought of their wage subsidy in a different way. They could also be fast-tracking people into apprentice ships in the healthcare system to help relieve the pressure on. Who's working in the healthcare system and paid people to study? I mean this is a whole other thing is like higher education as you said can be online for awhile and I expect I mean if if if our societies rational which is not to find what we should be doing is literally paying people to apprentice in like traditionally apprentice jobs like patient attendance like nursing like childcare jobs. You don't need to go to university for you can learn them doing them right. And it's kind of like the moment for us to look kind of go back to the future and say do we have we over credential. Is these these jobs while at the same time creating this massive gulf between the low the quote unquote low skilled? The low wage positions that are also kind of holding the systems of we could permanently open up the the exceptions that they've made for some people who've been educated elsewhere not in Canada. Who are again. Mostly racial is to have a credential to practice medicine or some form of healthcare elsewhere. But not here because candidate isn't recognize them. There's another thought yeah. They also could people's citizenship. Who are here through the temporary foreign worker program who are doing care work and Fasttrack citizenship to folks who arrived as asylum seekers like just straight up in a lot of those folks have found themselves in these industries in in the care industries. But there's no reason under this crisis no reason out of this crisis either. The liberals wouldn't be talking about that but because we have. I mean noted feminist. Mary Monsef as the as the minister of women and gender equality. She I mean I just can't stand monsef like for so many reasons partly because she just is like exactly like every single young liberal that I ever had to endure when I was in university and somehow she young liberal herself into a cabinet position but she in this Canadian Press story she was also quoted in another interview and I just think it is so like awesome. How they talk about this stuff. Because it really is on what they're thinking and indicating that your prediction is one hundred percent. What's going to happen so she said? Access to skilled labor was already a challenge before cove and we cannot afford to lose women who choose to work because of lack of available affordable high-quality childcare. This'll be fundamental to restoring our economy. It's like you've been fucking government for seven years now like shut up. You should not sound like a lobbyist when you're talking you are literally the minister responsible for and this isn't this isn't a new off to hobbling that that is not new or brought on by the recession. That is like Gosh. It's just a..

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"prime minister  canada" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"prime minister canada" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Five oh nine right now I'm on the those two things out of the way we are seven hundred W. and yeah back to for many of us back to work many people back to work from home but someone over the weekend locals Walmart said they find themselves selling a lot of tops and no pants people working from home and you're on the camera and you're sitting at your home desk or whatever and people feel compelled to dress up from the waist up and that's about it other than that maybe some sloppy slippers on something like that but you know so much happened over the course of the weekend in the presence changed his tune to a degree as to when we might turn the corner on this is kind of interesting wondered at the outset just how long people would go with being quarantine before they start to get a bit Batty the fact that this money is coming in the mail at some point will be a relief but in Italy it looks like after about twenty twenty three days people start getting pretty antsy they want to get out especially the running low on food in this country we should be in pretty good shape yes people have lost their jobs hopefully for now you got credit cards until the check comes and then you've got to check the people who work make up pretty well on there should be people who are already receiving government checks for whatever reason you'll continue to get those plus the twelve hundred dollars so it shouldn't affect unrest there but it is gonna get kind of testy after a time just because we do god is one thing I had to get to I guess it was Friday night Justin Trudeau prime minister Canada sent out a tweet telling people that they should observe earth hour that night by turning everything off between eight and nine or something of this not the time was not the time to even bring it up but some of the responses to his tweet were funny we'll get to those a little bit right now all you got about a little after five we got to get a check of the forecaster in a minute we'll do that and Brian and at a quarter after the news updates stand by it's all on the way on a Monday seven hundred WLW streaking plenty of water eating right and exercising but month after month my constipation with belly pain straining imploding keep coming back your double barrel syndrome with constipation or IBS C. affects thirteen million Americans Lynn's S. one Accutane is a prescription medication that treats IBS C. in adults winds S. helps relieve belly pain and let you have more frequent and complete bowel movements individual results may vary do not give to children less than six and it should not be given to children six to less than eighteen it may harm them do not take wins us if you have about.

"prime minister  canada" Discussed on The Ladies of Strange

The Ladies of Strange

11:48 min | 1 year ago

"prime minister canada" Discussed on The Ladies of Strange

"July while the twenty twelve on the South Side. B.j In the UK. That's why I thought okay. This one happened in this way. You were just early. It's fine it's fine. The TORSO OF DAVID. Guy was found by a group of students wrapped in a shower curtain. Oh Torso was rapidly. I'm really sorry. I'm not being insensitive. The David Guy. I just realized that warning was a little misleading. I mean do what a picture students walking around the beach just shower or it's an art. It's an art piece. You just wouldn't understand exactly or too cool for you for showing. How plastic is consuming all of us? God I only imagine how. Uk millennials would be as cool as they think they are here. Oh Man. We're all millennials debatable. I'd take a UK. One over the American one song as they talked to me so torso found by artsy college students. Later the pelvis and legs would eventually be found by divers. Oh Oh poor guy guys head arms. Some of his internal organs and genitals were never found interesting right but his pelvis was yeah. That doesn't make sense right. Well the ocean can do number on the body wasn't the ocean Oh wait you just said beach and I assumed that banged up in the water. Torsos wrapped in a shower curtain. Oh Yeah I forgot about that part. Why thought you but they found the torso on the beach. Right and then the pelvis and legs in the water. Yeah but the restaurant was never found. The rest of it was dumped in the ocean could have been eaten or gone away. Ooh Okay now. Is this going to be like wailed DNA I would take my headphones off and say Adios. I'll be back at the end of the episode. You're funny because you like puff up and then you say something incredible and to be like new. You know thinking dumb must take my leave of absence out. Good Day. You have a lovely home. The survey southern hospitality is strong with this one. Recall you a bad name on the way out right. But when she shuts humored Baga you were rude. I'm going to call my mom. She might agree with me. Who Your Mom. Yeah Oh absol- so tell us about this non well. Dna so inside the shower curtain. A couple of fibers were found. These fibers would eventually lead back to David Hilda. Who lives in a flat that was nearby they camper by guy. Oh the two had what someone described as a love hate relationship with holder being the dominant of the two. It's worth noting. One source stated that holder had an Iky of sixty five was known to suffer from depression adds a bad mix while Hilda referred to himself as big Dave and sometimes give as little day. The exact nature of the relationship is in one hundred percent clear carrying holder would often like guy use the facilities in his flat and would often offer him food so question And I feel like my I q is dropping by just asking this. What is in average? Iq I'M GONNA say like Sh okay. Are you looking at me for Dr Google? One second? Say about him that I don't remember what it is. I mean it says the. We've been out of school for a really long time. The average IQ one hundred. Okay what is yours so maybe I don't take random Internet test right now Q. But after is it a buzzfeed quiz. I don't know I didn't read that far and I wanted to know all right It's unclear exactly what happened. But it's believed that the two had an argument during which holder attacked and ultimately murdered guy by stabbing him in the chest where they're stab wounds on his torso. Yeah Okay afterwards. Hilter carefully dismembered the body and is believed to have used his distinctive bicycle. He was a scrap metal dealer which had a box on the front to transport the body to different locations. Oh the fibers found on guy as it earlier pointed back to Hilda's flat where traces of guys blood was also found. Some some of the fibers used to convict told her work. You guessed it cat hair which belonged to Hilda's cat tinker. Oh Oh girl what the best hitting named ever need to tinker or affair. It would be a good tinker really. Would feeling this something. You'd say to Tiffany and just go. You're set you. Could Tinker know? It sounds weird. 'cause she's not a very dinky sometimes. A ticket holder was eventually convicted of manslaughter. And given a lifetime sentence with a minimum of twelve years in prison so these two cases that a precedent for future cases to allow animal. Dna as evidence while there are many things to consider when admitting animal DNA such as the fact that most cats and dogs which are domesticated domesticate it which are domesticated shared ancestors meaning that many animals share sequences however the type of evidence could still prove useful during investigations depending on the local population. Whether or not you breed cats I guess yeah. We'll also like my tortoise shells. Probably going to have a different sequence than Ashley's Maine Coon. I'd also like my main. Coon is much nicer than heard tortoise. Show like way in a nickname pass bath. You does help narrow it down because like if Ashley were to end up murdered it could point to my cat and everybody would believe it. Not tiffany the cat. All three of us have all of our cat hairs all over each other. It's out valid. Yes but I think that it would still be different because even like each generation would be slightly different and the odds of having like you said unless somebody bred them or their cat had kittens and they gave one to everyone in their neighbors. Yeah well that's the thing I think it took researchers awhile to be able to tell the difference between like brothers. Dna An writes maybe direct lines and stuff like that. Yeah it's probably much more intense science and on top of it at the study was for you know human DNA and sunny throw cat in there. You don't know what you're looking for per se fair for that was ninety four and twenty twelve. So I'd imagine they come quite a bit of way by the twenty twelve case. Yeah yeah that's really. I mean. They did have databases in place by that point. I wonder if I need to send like DNA off for my cats where I don't know the UK Canada somewhere. Google aware to send cat. Dna registered United States ally. Get our kits for cat. Dna SEQUENCING. So you know what your cat is not like a bank. I want to do that with my dogs. Get THEIR DNA. I WanNa know like Dhabi. I don't know what he is he will lap. He's a good boy that's what he is. You could go away. Are you a mouse. He kind of looked like a mouse to our house. Self yes that's really cool. That's all I got. Sorry for this short episode. No that's fine dating dating see. I like animals solving crimes more than humans. Animals are just cooler nicer Reindeer are better than people. Don't you think that's right? Nope that's true but I'm not singing anyway. People will beat you a curse you would teach you get you spurred excel to Yup Yup Yup. I'm so happy so snowball in tinker Our good kittens who deserve prizes. And treats all the catnip all the cam you should find out where to send catnip to get it to them? Would imagine. Snowball has probably nine hundred ninety four. Yeah Twenty six years ago yeah. Snowball is probably in the great catnip fields tieger rainbow tinkering ca may or may not but Thank tinker might be out of his cabinet prime. Well if tinker was a kitten. He'd only be eight years old true now that I know how mathworks but I wonder where tinker is because his human was imprisoned. Tinker probably got some kind of special medal of honor in his living with the Queen and the corgis. Now you're arrested. Your animals go to animal control. I think no Ma'am but imagine they'd go to a shelter then and get adopted out. Ideally yeah yeah so this one got a medal of honor and is living with the Queen and the corgis. Yes very much. Don't bring an animal. Shelter INTO POOR. Tinkers life he charlotte ruining sorry those. Charlotte snuggles tinker every night on. She's going to bed baby. Charlotte tinker deal. That's what happened. Don't tell us otherwise. Okay I'm sorry tankers now a Royal Sir Tinker to Rebecca's episode while there's fifteen minutes a story in ten minutes ashes talking about the cats in the story. Well the cat should be treated as royalty. The cats are the stars of this for real. It's very true. And what is Prime Minister Canada? Yeah that's how snowball finished out his life. But the current ones not very well liked dizzy. I feel like the current. Prime Minister is not affiliated curtain primary. We don't know enough about politics to have this conversation. What are they like? Prime Minister of Canada has to do with us. Yeah? He wasn't prime minister when snowball was alive. Fru that's very good. I feel like he's just in. Yeah I thought it was well loved until very recently. That's what I'm saying. Currently he's not but yeah we I I can't speak on. I can barely speak on American politics little Canadian without getting infuriated. Yeah Yup Yeah. But tinker and snowball are good boys or girls or neither or both. They're good cats. They're gooky all the head. Scratches in Catnip will thank you that was fascinating. Katie solving crimes. Droll we create our own. Tv show tinkered snowball being stupor heroes. That's the word is looking for done we've got this. Tim Thank you. Thank you for clarifying that. Well Rebecca that was fascinating thank you. We should go put all of our kitties and detective school actors and on that note remember friends. Everyone has something that they fine odd. Let us tell you why. Sometimes it's not if you have any questionable topics he likes to discuss. You can share them with us on an inverse. Social media's links can move out on our website the lady's estranged dot com or you can email them us athlete. You too strange at gmail.com. Don't forget to subscribe rate and review. And if you think we're doing a great job and wants support the show you can find us at Patriotair dot com slash. The ladies of strange keyboard strangelove lease go hug a kitten. They could save her life. Slash prosecute your murderer or you so next time somebody calls out calls me out for have an animal for over. Michael's but yeah now I can't murder you. You're welcome back..

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"prime minister  canada" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"prime minister canada" Discussed on KGO 810

"Is brought up it is very tough to hear but Boris Johnson Astrodome then why were you why relate intrude shoots back because he takes a forty minute press conference off the top from Trudeau rather appeared to refer to tribes lengthy impromptu talk with reporters after that McCrone press conference and then arriving late for a meeting with prince Charles and his wife Camilla he then skip school later moment when Trudeau ads you just watched his team's jaws drop to the floor yeah so it was Rudolph yes was it was bad mouth and Tromp the question was addressed to a crawl yes and to go jump Sam okay so you got both the effeminate pretty little Canadian French leaders taking a shot see this is one of those divides its the conflict the visions you're either this person this person if your arm a few lean right if you're a Republican tend to go that direction well if you tend to lean left you're horrified by other world leaders who aren't please with your president if you're on the other side of things I couldn't give a flying and blank what the prime ministers of Canada in France think of my president in fact if they do like a my probably think something's wrong yeah yeah I have no problem with that I just think it's pathetic Canada's prime minister Canada and France being behind closed doors they love must says he really didn't mean for people to take it literally what he called the British cave explorer of pedal guy is C. O. of SpaceX and Tesla testified in a defamation suit filed by burden on was worth to help rescue a dozen boys trapped in a tie cave in twenty eighteen at that time Muscat a miniature submarine built to try and rescue the children but it was never used unsourced said the submarine had no chance to win working in must could stick it where it hurts well it makes busking Greenlee tweeted out calling on is worth the federal she is smart is a reasonable response okay to keep the press went to hit send I'm not sure that was through quite come back it is trying to save children who may die the whole world is watching so you're a pedal because you don't like my suffering the lan testifying in those words comments were an unprovoked attack on a good natured effort to help the kids so he went ahead and insulted him back must say right were awarded the sun's worth guy get off it see your craft's submarine couldn't rest your head out of a daughter I mean what should go rescue the kids is the best part of months he wants the fence right here okay must saying I knew we didn't literally mean to sodomized me with the submarine I didn't that'll five exactly so why don't we the court can you to numb skulls just shake hands and then walk away so you got a choice that's with you on so you got your G. do you take both of those seriously or neither of us are is right really reasonable the fancy even think he wanted to shovel submarine up may for a lot about you are just give them a discount on a test lab we ended in our yard which toward the top of the list on that new Hey if you ever have one of those submarines when you're a kid to play with in the bath I'd like a tablet of over something was like Alka seltzer whatever I can't remember exactly what the function was but it would make the suffering go up and down in the bath I think as a fine tool I think mine ran on baking soda baking soda to go down the line to do yes hi it's me but baking soda or something like that in there get all fuzzy and then the suffering would actually go down under water in your bathtub and then come back up that's a great toys again yeah my kids would love that either we don't have that anymore causes cancer in California it might swallow it exactly sure do some martial Philip sams started getting show the conscience of the nation.

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"prime minister  canada" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

12:19 min | 2 years ago

"prime minister canada" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Ice bearing witness and finding meaning in the path of climate disruption by Dr Jimmy. This is the Tom Hartman program. Welcome back. We've been talking for the last couple of hours. And in fact, you had an interesting debate with Brian Pruitt of red state about what the hell is that these TV pundits are talking about when they say Democrats need to move to the middle. What does that mean? And and and and this is by the way, the Republican advice the Republicans on TV are all saying Democrats need to move to the middle of they wanna be Trump. And why are we listening to Republicans, but we'll get back to that conversation in just a minute right now on the line with us as Earl buddy, Greg palace, the investigative journalist, author filmmakers, most recent the best democracy money can by Greg palace dot com is the website. You can tweet him a Greg underscore palace. Just like, I'm Tom underscore. Hartman, Gregg, welcome back to the program. Glad to be with you again, Tom so recap for us. Exactly where we're at with regard to Venezuela. Well, we're. There's a guy named Rondo who announced himself as president thirty five year old white guy. This is a nation made up of mostly misdee- so dark people eat denounce Delta's prison. Never ran for president. And and it was after a call from Donald Trump's thing you call your president. And I'll throw you the president. And that's how now Trump and his oily allies have are literally howling Venezuela who their president is the guy never claimed. He didn't even run the only person ever said he'd run for office to some women in Kirsten gillibrand. I don't know. But she says that we have to recognize one glide. Oh. President because he was legitimately elected Senator gillibrand when was that election. It never was held. We have US imposing a president. Why well underneath Venezuela is the largest reserves of oil on the planet goes OPEC cycle. It has reserved matter about four times out of Saudi Arabia, and what you know, what's going on here. So many things that I could dress. We've talked before. Well, oil what this is a special. All right. Well, it's a very heavy oil heavy oil and it and it's the number one customer for Venezuela. The refineries on the Gulf Coast of Texas known by owned by gets who coke industry, so Venezuela's number one customer are the brothers cope. And normally you get a discount for Dumpty horrible, heavy oil happy sold cheap, the Canadian dot cough. Thirty percents off the price of your because it's so comfy from their heavy. Can't. Well, the coax captive customers. Is who I knew. And I know the current president to we know they're captain customers are gonna stick it to them. They charge a massive premium to the cokes for their oil the coax don't like that. So they have to either complete the XL pipeline which brings down the Canadian junk to go hang just say let me just back a little bit. My understanding is that the reason why all this is happening everything you're describing is because it takes a completely different kind of refinery to turn this gunky thick heavy oil into gas. Selena diesel fuel and other things from a normal refinery. And the only one of those kind of special kind of refineries for that special kind of oil, which can then only process that special kind of oil is the one that's owned by coke industries on the coast. Right. That's correct. In other words. Coke industries have refinery in the middle of oilfield. They can't use tetris oil because it's not enough heavy enough tilk enough believe it or not for the coke industry refinery. So they're stuck with Venezuela. And they don't like being stuck with the price demanded Venezuela. So they need some regime change going on here. So the US government is a barcode embargoed Benfield that is Trump is embarked with Venezuela, which is devastating their economy. They can't get food. They can't get medicine. It's absolute devastation, and by the way, then they look how competent the government is people can't eat, and they had this phony thing where Marco Rubio and Trump a shift about the boxes of food for like two thousand people to the Brazilian border. And the government of Venezuela said, we don't need your charity. We're rich nation pay for oil right now. The folks are holding some of the money for Venezuela. You're supposed to pay for the oil. Some of it went is under the control of the US treasury Steve Mnuchin who'd made sure that the number one creditor of Venezuela Venezuela's American oil arm, which is called citgo. You've seen those nations are the number one creditor is golden Sachs, Goldman Sachs. We're Steve Mnuchin hailed from. They're getting chunk of the money. The are are doing very well by this. Process of stealing Venezuela's money. In the meantime, the people are starving and backwards happening. It's still choking embargo. And you have other oil nations were joining in to give Trump normally, you know, Trump is is isolated in fears the wire nations like Canada, and and the British government joining in on this attack. Why isn't the largest or second largest source of revenue for Canada's economy oil? Yes. So they are in direct competition with Venezuela. And here's what I want that. We shouldn't forget one of the charges against the current elected president, not the Trump chosen president elected. President Madero Madero is that he's corrupt government is corrupt in the oil money has been stolen yet been stolen by the cokes by Mnuchin by Goldman Sachs, etc. This is a pretty funny claim by for example, tear excuse me, Justin Trudeau. Oh, prime minister Canada right now under investigation for covered up massive bribes the moment to mow market Dhafi or bribing that government for its oil in Libya right back in the day. And of UK government also was taking was a paint by about two hundred billion to the Saudis because they could be bribed and the government had wash that investigation or national security ground in the US the minerals and mining services was known in the fiscal of corruption trading sex in goodies and Super Bowl tickets for US oil resources, that's in the US Exxon that that Americans no flag-waving company. Exxon Mobil with part of a group of oil companies that paid a hundred and sixty million dollar bribe to the president of Kazakhstan, we're not worried about those catered like Kazakhstan is thereby John's the Saudi. Royal, dictators bathrobes, we don't worry about democracy and those nations Dewey, and by the way, an Exxon official get three years in prison for that bribery. But no one else. It goes on and on what I found from oil company executives in the years that I've been covering Venezuela. I did I for the guardian and BBC that's down Venezuelan many times met with job is with Madero with the opposition to and with companies that are telling me the frustration with Venezuela is that they couldn't be bribed. Shabas was unbelievable. Is there is there? No corruption whenever you have oil. You've got dirty hands somewhere in a question, Greg. If here's a hyper simplistic understanding in the situation L, let me lay that out, and you can tell me if I've got right or wrong. And if I have a right that I have a question based on it. It sounds to me like what you're saying is the cook brothers own a refinery that can basically only refine this heavy heavy oil comes from both either Venezuela or Canada and the keystone excel pipeline is an effort to get that Canadian tar sands oil down to the coke brothers refinery. But it has not yet been completed. So basically, the the only place they can get the oil to make their money and leave the waste products in Texas and Louisiana is from Venezuela. I am I am I right so far. Okay. Step two. So then the coke brothers start leaning on the Trump administration and the Republican party, and and you know, one of their toadies Marco Rubio to make life absolutely miserable for the Venezuelans. So because the Venezuelans are charging them a premium for this oil and in the process trying to take down the government because the new guy the white guy that you described who has claimed he's present. And even though he's just like speaker of the house of the equipment of speaker of the house has said already said that he's willing to bring the American oil companies, and he's willing to basically privatize some Venezuela's oil and sell that oil to the coke refinery back at the spot prices back at lower prices, am I right? So far. You're right. So far, let me add one other thing the British government last year asked the Venezuelan government two years. British Petroleum the oilfield that had been controlled by the French French total, right? They didn't worry about the dictatorship or democracy or corruption. They wanted those oilfields the minute the Venezuelan government said no, you can't have those fields British Petroleum. We're keeping it for Venezuelan. Suddenly are dictators and the British government has withheld one and a half billion dollars in gold solid. Gold kept in the basement of the British ex checkered up a war to Venezuela that money could feed a lot of people. That's their that's their best the reserves. Yeah. So here's my question. If everything that I described as accurate. Then an Madero is fighting for his life now because he took out in these oligarchy. Why not just why doesn't he just drop the price of his oil to the coke refineries down to you know, via international spot prices. He'll still be able to have a profit sell the oil, and basically say you guys back off stop trying to foment a revolution against me. And also you the oil at reasonable prices. Well, I mean, shouldn't you respond to a gun to his head in the is probably yes, I'm gonna tell you something. I know Madero I knew Travis Chavez's. He said was a great chess player he knew how to push just so far. And no further fruit sample annoy, the oil company and drove out Exxon by putting a seventeen percent tax on Venezuelan oil, by the way, that's about what Sarah Palin tax, the oil companies in Alaska. So far and no further for all his rhetoric. He did not he he didn't push further than he was more pragmatic halted could happen. But d'oro is is a hard liner and not much of a chess player. And you know, the the truth is when the British government British Petroleum comes to your. Grantham.

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"prime minister  canada" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"prime minister canada" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Staying just down the block here at the Saint Paul hotel checking into the hotel, and they gave me my key the front as they said, okay. Here's your room key, and you can use it to access our twenty four hour fitness center on the second floor, and I'm thinking to myself did they say that to everybody? I would have someone checking into the hotel weighs five hundred pounds. Drinking a McDonald's milkshake and be like, okay. Here's your own. But that's all you need to know about that. We do have a buffet every day at seven you might be interested in. I've been traveling. I was in Canada in Toronto Canada, and I've talked to his girl app in the show. And she said to me, what do you think of Justin Trudeau? And I said well who the hell is Justin Trudeau? She got all upset. He's like on a second. Are you telling me that you don't know who the prime minister a is? I said, I'll do you one better. I didn't know Canada had a prime minister. How do you like you told me he was the upper Canada? Very few Americans know who the prime Minister, Abe with multiple joy, your average American would know you. Who who's the prime minister Canada? Hey, Justin, Trudeau be Toronto. Season. Aline beyond mother. Think he's very handsome this Justice. We we have we have a president. You're not a prime is. We have a president. But everybody knows who he is very controversial. And Donald Trump. I believe his name. And and then you go online and people tweet all the tic- this a year later, he's been the president. I people still tweet not my president. I see that all the. But here's the thing though is. Are you can say not my president till you're blue in the face, but that's not going to change. Not that actually worked every month. I'd be like not my visa Bill..

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"prime minister  canada" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"prime minister canada" Discussed on KQED Radio

"We'll close the door and. I think we just might get away with it. We close the door. Don't call the police in turn ourselves in. We just might pull off the crime of the century. I'm staying just down the block air at the Saint Paul hotel checking into the hotel, and they gave me my key the front as I say, okay. Here's your room key, and you can use it to access our twenty four hour fitness center on the second floor, and I'm thinking to myself did they say that to everybody? I would have someone checking into the hotel weighs five hundred pounds. Drinking a McDonald's milk chugging me like, okay, here's your own. But that's all you need to know about that. We do have a buffet every day at seven you might be interested in. I've been traveling. I was in Canada in Toronto Canada, and I've talked to his girl app in the show. And she said to me, what do you think Justin Trudeau? And I said well who the hell is Justin Trudeau? She got all upset on a second. Are you telling me that you don't know who the prime minister candidate is? I said, I'll do you one better. I didn't know Canada had a prime minister. How do you like? You told me he was the upper Canada. Very few Americans know who the prime minister even with multiple choice. Your average American would know. Who's the prime minister Canada? Hey, Justin Trudeau. Toronto. Seasonally? He's very handsome. This justin. We we have. We have a president. You're not a prime is. We have a president. But everybody knows who he is very controversial. And Donald Trump. I leave his name. And then you go online and people tweet all the see this a year later. He's been the president. I people still tweet not my president. I that all the time. But here's the thing though. Yeah. Yes. Are you say not my president till you're blue in the face. But that's not going to change it that actually worked every month. I'd be like not my visa Bill..

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"prime minister  canada" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"prime minister canada" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And don't call the police and turn ourselves in. We just might pull out the crime of the century. I'm staying just down the block here at the Saint Paul hotel checking into the hotel, and they gave me my key the front as they say, okay. Here's your room key, and you can use it to access our twenty four hour fitness center on the second floor, and I'm thinking to myself did they say that to everybody? I would have someone checking into the hotel weighs five hundred pounds. Drinking a McDonald's milkshake. Okay. Here's your room. But that's all you need to know about that. We don't have a buffet every day at seven you might be interested in. Been traveling. I was in Canada in Toronto Canada. And I've talked to his girl after the show, and she said, what do you think of Justin Trudeau, and I said, well who the hell is Justin Trudeau? Is she got all upset on a second. Are you telling me that you don't know who the prime minister of Canada is? I said, I'll do you one better. I didn't know Canada had a prime minister told me with the upper Canada. Very few Americans know who the prime Minister Abe with multiple joy, your average American would know you ask average American who's the prime minister Canada a Justin Trudeau. Toronto. Mother. He's very handsome this Justice. We we have we have a president. You're not a prime is. We have a president. But everybody knows who he is very controversial. And Donald Trump. I believe his name. And then you go online and people tweet all the tic- this a year later, he's been the president and people still tweet not my president. I see that all the time. But here's the thing though is. Are you say not my president till you're blue in the face, but that's not going to change that actually worked every month. I'd be like not my visa Bill..

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"prime minister  canada" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

Inappropriate Earl

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"prime minister canada" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

"Maybe our first crossdressing precedent is Franklin Dylan was no, it's a, it's a. Calvin coolidge. Is that it Hoover, then? Yes, Herbert Hoover, and then it's Franklin Roosevelt. And then it gets easy after this, but Franklin Delano Roosevelt than it's. Truman Truman than you've got yourself a blight D Eisenhower and then JFK. Yes. And then. Lyndon johnson. Richard Nixon, Gerald, Ford. Sometimes if I go to fast here, I mix it up, but Gerald, Ford. Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, George H W Bush. L. Clinton George Bush Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. Okay. I didn't get them all. I didn't get them all, but to be a Canadian name, the you? I couldn't. I just have to refresh my memory Chester. A Arthur's threw me for Luke for some reason today. And and then why was it that I didn't remember the eleventh was who was the eleventh eleventh was I think poke, oh yeah, I just got. I just I just I was a brain fart. I know James k Polk that was the Mexican American war Zachary. Zachary Taylor was a big general. So was James k Polk think they were both kind of like heavy into that shit. That's I'm very impressed. I'm trying to learn my American history that figured that one of the best ways to do it was try to learn all the presidents were in what they did. So I don't really know everything about all of them, but I know something about some of them. So let's put that way. How many prime ministers Canada had twenty six. Can you name them all? I'm not asking you to. I think I probably Kanye who's one before Trudeau before the current Russia before the current Trudeau was. Stephen Harper? Yeah. Stephen Harper one in the eighties, I would always see him at all the Montreal dating game. Okay. Justin's father pure Elliot. Trudeau. Oh, wow. Yeah. Who was essentially one of our great prime minister's depending on who you ask? Obviously, it's always like that. Even in Canada, he was pro. He was prime minister for fourteen years Trudeau bride. So because we don't have term limits and Canada do what do you think it's better to have term limits or to not think it's better to not have them actually, because there's only so many good people, you know. So if everybody likes the personal, I get rid of them. It probably only figure out their job by the time. They've been there for eight years anyways. Right? Finally, they're actually getting shit done, and then they get kicked out and get replaced by somebody does note the fact they're doing. You might say that about the White House right now, democracy, right. As soon as they're not doing a good job, people can kick them out, you know?.

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"prime minister  canada" Discussed on The Rubin Report

The Rubin Report

04:49 min | 3 years ago

"prime minister canada" Discussed on The Rubin Report

"People. That's how it works. Something like that. Where do you wanna go with all this. I've seen. I've seen your channel grow. I think, obviously, you know, having you here a little boost your profile, you go into politics. What are you? Gonna do prime minister, Canada. Oh. Rudo guy with his fans and socks go, gosh. Maybe maybe Peter's we'll do it, but you his cabinet. Yeah, definitely. Sorry. Well. I am enjoying what I'm doing now, and I'm quite surprised that people even enjoy watching my videos. It's cool to do something you love and people like it as well. Like I really am having fun doing it. And I think I would probably go into politics later in life. I am doing political science. It has to be useful somewhere. I've been toying around with law, but again, I'm not sure if I really want to be in the whole. I don't know if I want to deal with law school, but and I'm starting actually a podcast with my boyfriend, which I would be uploaded very soon. The way we should tell people, they'll find out otherwise, your boyfriend is white right into means you could have potentially children who black might look white look a little bit of both. You've talked about that a little bit doesn't really matter to, you know. No, the my boyfriend being white has been used as like an attack against me saying like, wow, look at you. What is sleeping with the devil or something like that. And it's just. Fella guy played at ten to know he's a great guy, but again, it's it's the whole idea of why are you creating more divisiveness and saying, you want equality. Why are you saying a black woman being with the white man is bad and say, wow, white people are mean to me like you either want equality or you don't. You either want individuality or you don't pick one. You can't have both again and sorry. But yeah. Yeah, I'm not a hundred percent. Sure where exactly I will be in the next five years. I'm having fun with what I'm doing now. I work for the national post which I absolute love in half the podcast coming. So that's what I'm gonna do for now, and maybe I might get into politics, but it's so messy. The fact that you even go that far right now you're doing it. I hate to tell you I can see now exciting. I'll have somebody to support know what you get. You do something in Canada where you run and you become something mayors whenever you want to. I will consider moving all my Takami all. If you can pull it off. Yeah, it'll be a big free contest. See what happens. Definitely gonna do. Okay. There white guy. No, I'm sorry. You're done. You're done for. You're gonna have to start giving me like half of your pages, -cause racism and stuff. Yeah. I think one thing that I would actually probably like to do, which I probably will not be able to, but to do a lot of work in inner city communities because I've, I want to say, lived through it, but I understand what's going on there. I understand that you know there's high crime understand that in some neighborhoods, the schools aren't good for Canada's a little different, but like to do some work there where I can kind of tell them he got out and here's what I did to get out and you can do it too. There's so many, there's opportunities there for you. If you were poor minority child right now, please try your hardest at school. Get an education. It's literally one of the greatest opportunity that you can have and you're more likely. I mean, you probably not a hundred percent gray, but you're more likely to be successful if you get an education. And that's the one thing a lot of black people are lacking is the education components, and we don't really have the war on drugs and everything. So it really is weird for me that in inner cities of Toronto where they're still this very high crime there. Still this tension, but have you ever heard of the Woodson center by any chance? A nonprofit organization. It's located in DC, but I've been working with them for some time and they basically do the same thing. They go out to these neighborhoods and they help students and they have such a good success rate to help them in high school because that's the other thing is that a lot of black kids are not graduating high school. Of course, they're going to cry if you're not even graduating high school. So yeah, they work with a lot of students there. They have rehabilitation centers. They help, you know, black. Sorry, black America's reintegrate into society like it, stuff like that where it's these grassroot movements that I would really like to do. And I know it's a, it's a big dream, but I think that's probably be happiest as where I can show people how it's done and help them, and hopefully everyone can copy that and say, oh, this is what we're supposed to do and all that, but. Awesome. I love it. I have no doubt that you're going to do it and you guys can follow this future member of Canadian Arlen on her YouTube channel right here. YouTube dot com. Slash. My name is Joe. Bean.

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"prime minister  canada" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"prime minister canada" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"I'm not here to condemn sure i think mr sheer is a great leader who's doing a great job he's going to be he's a unifying force in our party he'll be a unifying force in our country mr sharon's gonna be the next prime minister canada full stop period that's what i'm telling you make metronome answer forty nine percent of the members vote do not forty nine percent is not good enough to win the leadership you need fifty percent plus one maxine bernadinos knows that the party knows that everybody knows that and when you were still having this discussion a year later which is not quite frankly what canadians care about they care about the economy they care about trade they care about public safety and security they care about affordability that's what the public hears about even if you don't care your leader took the decision it's our job ask questions and i answered that was conservative m p tony clement in auto earlier today it was still the love the dare not speak its name when jim egan spoke about it at a time when consensual sex between samesex adults was still illegal in this country mr egan was a powerful and a persistent voice for gay rights back in nineteen forty nine he began writing regular letters to newspapers criticizing their inaccurate portrayals of gay and lesbian people and in nineteen sixty four still five years before homosexuality was decriminalised in canada he was a non asli featured in maclean's article entitled the homosexual next door and when he reached retirement age mr egan's fight for same sex rights took him to canada's supreme court where he argued that his partner john nesbitt also known as jack should have a right to spousal benefits now jim jack struggle is the subject of new heritage minute from historic canada.

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"prime minister  canada" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"prime minister canada" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"Lot of lock down i'll i'm already i'm already blocking mike huckabee too i like savage back all the time nothing nothing nothing still see every dumb mike huckabee tweeted all right here we go but the sad thing is that he did lose in court that he he's not allowed to block people on twitter but now he's contesting it so literally our tax dollars paying for him to defend his right to block people on twitter i did see the judge who initially said he's not allowed that it's unconstitutional her ruling was he doesn't have to retroactively go back and unblock the people he just can't continue blocking okay but she also said if he appeals and loses then he does have to go back and unblock everybody so if you loses this appeal on blah fingers crossed so somebody's going to go in there and individual and block people like that's what the death what the original judge who ruled that this is unconstitutional if this stops right now he doesn't have to go back and undo what he's done he just can't keep blocking okay but if he appeals in loses and there's further legal action he could be in a position where he would have to unblock everybody it's like a black mirror episode literally the whole our entire lives are black mirror season seven eight nine there were during the election during the campaign when he was tweeting all the time there were i remember every once in a while there'd be like a pundit would come out and be like you know if he keeps tweeting this some gay his tweets could actually influence public policy like the president could twit something it becomes a big deal just because he tweeted it i thought he was going to pardon himself on twitter day he was going to be like i hereby pardon my mouth basin me here by i give mueller that get sent all right that was only that was only twenty sixteen pot pirated if i two hypothetical one day maybe this now we're just living in that like every time he tweets it is news public policy is influence he's he's making trade negotiations that to turn on the news and have the top news story always be well let's look at the president's tweets this morning he was beefing with the president of france and the prime minister canada yeah twitter crazy.

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"prime minister  canada" Discussed on Short Story Long

Short Story Long

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"prime minister canada" Discussed on Short Story Long

"People had been able to work with stance and puma right and it's like seven years ago we would have never thought that that was even possible and so we've been able to work with all these amazing people you um and to your point it's like man when we started each one of those would have been a dream and now stuff like that happens all the time via its random i'll get tech saw them last week we had um justin trudeau the right for her in canada comes down here for the michael milken conference in where's the chewbacca socks on stage and everyone's like prime minister canada's rancher barca stocks this crazy my phone i get like vp text messages of photos of it in like a minute and all of a sudden you know the heat we got social social um you don't all the social feeds from this was crazy yeah i can and it's just a your ira goddamn or no no idea wake up that morning i'm like prime minister of canada wearing canada sox i love this guy i'm i'm voting for him um and he will he warned nauseam star wear socks before um but yet these random things happen the that you could never planned for we didn't send him the socks we don't have a connection we don't know where he bought them yeah but somehow it comes out and it ends up helping your brand yeah i'll tell you met i really think that like one thing i've learned after this amount of time is like if you make good product in a spot where good product is needed with a cool brand and treat people well.

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"prime minister  canada" Discussed on Mixed Feelings

Mixed Feelings

02:30 min | 5 years ago

"prime minister canada" Discussed on Mixed Feelings

"Coming here and hurting us is completely fall like one hundred percent fast narrative and also i trump in the vote nine eleven many times when he was talking about this and talking about how as a national security measure but the terrace that were involved in the nine eleven attacks came from countries who were not the chart countries that are targeted by the span so again totally mr acted narrative that doesn't actually play out when you look at the facts yeah we see teddy having a lot of those lately things that jill flight to all right guard enters the i'm very overwhelmed and it and sad quickly okay yeah thanks so so you know holding a happen this earlier this week was a shooting in quebec city canada where a alone both shooter ended up going to a kubek mosque and ended up gunning ten six people so yeah i don't think we should say lone wolf is a terrorist yeah i strongly object and mainstream media using that phrase yeah justin trudeau the prime minister canada has to clear this not to terrorism so yeah he's known for actually is very like all right and it's persecuting just this one group for the so purpose because this all purpose being their religion and so basically the shooter killed six people and entered many more and not que back and of course when all things in the world today which kind awful but this those immediately criticized the interesting move side to the legislation of this story is that and actually they were two suspects arrested there is a man of to rocket and descent who was actually just so witness to what happened and was trying to help people and it at according to history so but the cleats than commend southern gone didn't know was a policeman thought was shooter coming back and ran away the policeman sees someone right away from the scene triple trucks and on an arrest ten later he's cleared of all charges and he's like oh okay this added nothing he was just a witness to what happened but the right way the media including fox news i.

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