20 Burst results for "Railly"

"railly" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:06 min | 2 weeks ago

"railly" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"By in 6 40 Mr Mo Kelly here. 10 Conway Jr show and if you're paying attention, you realize that Corporate America, their followers, not a lot of leaders, mostly followers. In other words, If the crowd is going in one direction, then you'll see corporate America's sort of fall in line. I was going to. No one wants to jump out there in front. They just want to make sure that they're not left behind. So when you see the story that CBS and Target joined other major retailers in requiring mass in the U. S stores, if I okay, they're taking the temperature No pun intended. We're reading the room. They're realizing where most of their industry is moving. In other words, that the trend is to require math so well then, okay, it's safe because someone has gone in front and taken a lot of the flag. Last week. It was maybe Starbucks and then, more recently, you had walmart, Kroger and coals. And so CVS and target feel the need. Okay, We're going to be part of the club, too. Don't forget us. We're going to be part of the cool kids. If you're requiring mast, and we're going to require Mass, too, because now we see that the mood of the country is moving in that direction. When they look at Alabama is going to require facial mask Okay of Alabama and Wal Mart and Cole's going to do it then, Okay, it's all right for CVS and target. CVS and Target just became the latest, too. Do you know become part of the group quote. We're joining others in taking the next step and requiring all customers to wear face coverings went entering any of our stores throughout the country. Effective Monday, July 20th. That's what CVS tweeted today. And Target, said in a statement that it would start requiring mass or face coverings starting August 1 in all stores. It's just July 16th. Why would you wait another 15 days? I don't know. It just seems weird if you're going to require it, just go ahead and require it, But you know, they want to give you 15 days to make sure you have a mass before you come in the store or do all your shopping before August runs around, and then they'll start requiring it. But listen to their statement Quote. This builds on the more than 80% of our stores that already require guests to wear face coverings due to local and state regulations. Close quote. Well, if they already require it in a municipal sense if they're already state or local. Requirements that are in place and just go ahead and do it. Why would you wait in extra two weeks? That's the thing how I know it's it's not necessarily insincere. But you're not exactly trying to leave the way Not only are you at the back of the pack as far as making the decision, you're going to announce it today. And then not make any change, at least in the case of target until octo August 1st. What's the point? If we're in the middle of a pandemic? And right now it's more important than ever to make sure that we stemmed the tide flatten occurred do what we can to make sure that we limit the spread. If we agree all those things are true. Well, why would you wait an extra 15 days? I mean, it's almost like, okay. You can put on your seat belt after you get to your destination. That doesn't make any damn sense. You would think you'd have to do it before you start the car. When I start my car, my seatbelt is in on it. The light comes on in old chime. It'll tell me Put you down Seatbelt on. It's the same theory here. I would suspect that she would not wait until it gets worse before you decide to officially put into effect. Hey, we're gonna have you start wearing masks. How about this? Just do it today. And some of these stores. Are also going to provide mass and face coverings. So if you're going to do that, if you're gonna provide actual face coverings for people who do not have a mask. I don't need to wait an extra 15 days. You can just say tomorrow we're going to require it. Oh, and by the way, we will have a mask available for those customers who may not have won on him or her and then you satisfied your mandate, and everyone can stay in accordance to the guidelines. Assuming that they're guidelines with exceptions, like maybe Georgia with Georgia's governor said that not going to require any of the local municipalities in fact. The governor said he's going to overrule any local ordinances mandating the use of mass. So with the exception of Georgia It would just make sense that if you're going to have a mask policy, and if this is a pandemic in the last time I checked pandemic it is in full force. There's no need to wait till next month to say You know what? I think would be a good idea if you're gonna come in our store that you start wearing masks, because if I were an employee at CVS or target, and I was concerned about you heard, Dr Railly was talking about people who are working in retail in grocery stores. The type of concerns that they have. Well, let's see this through to its logical conclusion. If I'm working a CVS, where I'm working a target. And I'm concerned about all the people that I have to come in contact with because of the nature of my job. It may be difficult to social distance all the time when people are shopping around you, and there's no number of people that you may come in contact with over the course of maybe an eight hour shift. I would want And I think you would want. If you were an employee. You would want people to start wearing those masks as soon as possible. If only out of your own self preservation. But if your job says Hey, don't worry about it. You could get around to it maybe next month. I'll give you extra 15 days to maybe get around to buying a mask wearing a mass before we start requiring you to wear a mask..

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California Businesses Face Another Round of Blackouts

WSJ What's News

04:48 min | 10 months ago

California Businesses Face Another Round of Blackouts

"A fire in Sonoma's county sparked on Wednesday has grown quickly fueled by strong winds and dry conditions forcing the evacuation of hundreds of residents in northern California the fire is now burning over ten thousand acres and threatens to endanger area ranches and wineries the heightened risk of fire has also forced California Utility PG and e. to begin another round of blackouts the utility says it will cut power to one hundred seventy nine Zain customers that's far fewer than the seven hundred fifty thousand whose power was cut in the last wave of blackouts earlier this month but residents and businesses are struggling our Jim Carlton checked in with some of them and joins me now from San Francisco so jim when we think of businesses that might be most impacted by these blackouts. I think obviously people in the food business come to mind restaurants that have to make sure they have fresh food and then grocery stores who have to ensure that it's stored properly but you spoke to us their businesses ranging all over the map including art galleries tell us what you heard from small businesses amid these blackouts you come across the board they're talking about pretty a surprising amount of losses I talked to a custom framing gallery in California and that's kind of a cute tourist town on on the way to Lake Tahoe surrounded by beautiful trees pine trees and in the summer the shops are filled with tourists and whatnot and also in the winter when skiers went up and I talked to Daniel Anderson who owns pop art custom gallery in he said that they lost during the shutdown two thousand dollars a day and lost business and not only that but also lost you know the some of these people won't give referrals so it's kind of lost potential businesses well and so in all he lost about eight thousand dollars so as a pretty significant blow to him and what are you hearing from restaurants and people in the food business about efforts to preserve their product accent what they're struggling with y'all so there's another grocery of cold mill creek grocery and they had problems last a lot of groceries. I think the California Grocers Association estimated that the losses of something like three hundred dollars to one thousand dollars per day on the small markets you know lost produce and whatnot there's actually a company that the new leaf community markets in Santa Cruz County they have portable refrigerated trucks and they would go around and try to do you know save as much merchandise as they could but I mean so really I mean the groceries though have a very hard time because they have so many items comes in so many perishables and the bigger chains railly's is a big chain out of West Sacramento they have generators you'll safeway they have writers about these small mom and pops they may have a generator but might not be big enough to really absorb the impact Jim overall our business owner's feeling amid what might become a new normal for them. PGE has said it plans to continue doing these blackouts win high winds become a risk they are super angry I mean I mean I've heard this from the residents but I mean the the businesses are just like you know I mean the first shutdown was hard enough on them and you know and get that they don't want I mean I mean of course it's preferable to a wildfire destroying their community but you know like you know Daniel interests telling me I mean this this is not our fault this PG. appea- Jenny didn't make the necessary investments in the pinion of him and many other people in the state to prevent US equipment from igniting wildfires and so now these businesses are having to pay and this is the worst part is that they really can't get reimbursed is kind of a gray area the you know there's insurance they don't think it's going to cover all the losses governor Gavin Newsom did propose PG handout checks of two hundred fifty dollars per business to compensate them for the losses from the last outage and Miss Anderson call that a slap in the face it's just a drop in the bucket in almost an insult so they're not happy and how is pg responding to those concerns each time that CEO Bill Johnston addresses the press he's been doing nightly press briefings at their headquarters in downtown San Francisco he's always quick with an apology he also points out he's only been on the job six months but he's looking forward not backwards but they acknowledge that you know things could have been better the pass they're looking towards the future and you know he says these planned power shutdowns are necessary to prevent another catastrophe like you know wiped out the town of Paradise last year so they're kind of between a rock and a Hard Place Wall Street Journal reporter Jim Carlton Joining us from San Francisco thank you so much Jimmy thanks

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Money in the West Bank: Kushners peace plan

The Economist: The Intelligence

06:49 min | 1 year ago

Money in the West Bank: Kushners peace plan

"We have far us a rare opportunity to bring security and stability and peace to this region at to it's people even for the man who makes much of his negotiating ability, settling, the conflict between Israel and Palestine could be too hard deal to strike the person to whom President, Donald Trump has delegated this most intractable of political challenges is his son in law, and senior adviser Jared Kushner, the presidency's at something that has to be solved that he very much wants to be solved. And it's something that he's personally put a lot of time to try to see today Mr Kouchner will make his first push to resolve the conflict at a conference in Bahrain ill unveil his plan for investments of fifty billion dollars in the Middle East half of it in the West Bank, and Gaza. The meeting is being overshadowed by simmering tensions between Iran and America just yesterday. Mr. Trump announced new sanctions including on the office of. Iran supreme leader. But as the administration attempts diplomacy in Israel and Palestine, there are more fundamental problems for mR Kushner, neither of those governments will be attending today. Representatives from America. And at least six Arab states are gathering in behind for what the Americans are calling the peace of prosperity workshop. Greg Carlstrom is our Middle East. Correspondent it's a two day event that is the first piece of Donald Trump's long promised ultimate deal. For solving the Israeli Palestinian conflict, and this is meant to be the economic piece of it. It's looking for ways to develop Palestine's economy to improve its infrastructure, and to sort of offer the Palestinians, a peace dividend in the event of a broader deal with the Israelis. Now, ironically, not in attendance, the Palestinians themselves, both Palestinian government and top businessmen from the Palestinian territories are boycotting the event nor any Israeli officials invited to attend there will be some as Railly's they're businessmen. There is private citizens, but no one from the government in attendance. And so what do we know about the details of this peace plan? We know very little about the political side of Jared Kushner's peace plan what we. Do know is a ninety six page document that the White House released over the weekend and advance of this workshop which reads like a report from a consulting firm. It's a laundry list of fifty billion dollars worth of projects for the Palestinian, economy, quite comprehensive it covers everything from agriculture and tourism to improving the telecommunications infrastructure to governance issues. Like taxation, a lot of it is not new. It's been culled together from decades of work on development in the Palestinian. Territories again, we don't know is the politics that underpins any of this, and how the Israeli Palestinian conflict is actually meant to be resolved. So why is this plan? So squarely focused on the economics in a conflict that has deep political roots. Why is there an economic way in here? Well, there are two schools of thought on that the argument from the White House and from American diplomats. Is that by starting with the economics, the US is offering an incentive to the Palestinians? They're presenting what they call a vision for the future. Her and telling the Palestinians, if you go along with the political side of our deal, here's this transformational economic plan that we can offer that will vault your economy into the twenty first century, the more cynical take on this would be the economic part is quite easy. Again, there's decades of stuff the draw from here. People have been working on this for a long time and pouring money into the Palestinian economy, is not hard. What's much harder is resolving questions of borders and refugees, and the status of Jerusalem? And the administration has been postponing that side of the plan for many, many months, perhaps, because they haven't quite worked at what they want to do with it yet, and I guess the Palestinians them are taking that more cynical view. And that's why they're not at this conference. They are for the Palestinian view of this. You have to go back about the year eighteen months. Go back to I December of two thousand seventeen when Donald Trump recognize Jerusalem. Israel's capital reversing decades of precedent in American politics, while previous presidents have made. This major campaign promise they failed to deliver today. I am delivering. He then proceeded to cut all forms of American aid to the Palestinians. And then after President Trump recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital best, the Palestinian President rejected his so called alternate deal, and that has been the Palestinian line ever since. Would add for we said, no to Trump. We will take set your. Deal of the century is the slap of the century. The Palestinians feel like the US has spent eighteen months now beating up on them as offering this one carat in the midst of a number of other sticks. And they feel like they have no reason to take this into to sacrifice their aspirations for sovereignty and a capital in Jerusalem, and so on, and so forth and exchange for fifty billion dollars worth of investment will. What about the Israelis? They aren't going to be at this conference either as you said ironically, why is that? They're not. And there are two reasons for that one is because the Palestinians rejected this conference and have rejected Trump's plan number of Arab states, went to the Trump administration and said, because the Palestinians are not there, because they're boycotting we're not entirely comfortable attending a conference with high level Israel officials but no Palestinian representation. And so the Trump administration in the end decided not to invite any Israeli officials, but even before that, of course, Israel has now plunged into a bit of political turmoil. There's a fresh election scheduled in September because prime minister Netanyahu was unable to form a government after the previous election. And so no one from his interim cabinet from his mostly right wing. Interim cabinet wants to go sit in Bahrain and discuss economic initiatives that would be beneficial to the Palestinians. And so what about the other half of it? Then, do you think the, the pending political plan can sort of selves, the sort of rocky start for the economic plan? I. Question is, if we ever see the political part of this plan, the earliest that could realistically come out now because of the new Israeli election would be November after the next Isreaeli prime minister forms of government by November then we start getting into not only the holiday season but also campaign season in America. It's not clear. If President Trump wants to roll out a major Israeli Palestinian initiative, while he's out on the campaign trail. So it may be an you hear from American diplomats, even that they think the earliest the political side of this plan could possibly come out would be a second, Trump term. Thanks very much for joining us, Greg.

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 Kushner urges absent Palestinians to support economic plan

Jay Sekulow

03:39 min | 1 year ago

Kushner urges absent Palestinians to support economic plan

"The weekend jared kirschner the senior adviser the president has announced formerly his peace prosperity this is the economic plan a new vision for the palestinian people this is phase one of a multi prong approach to isreaeli palestinian peace now let me tell you something i've been working in this region for thirty years we have an office in jerusalem the fact could be hearing from david benjamin one of our senior council in our office in jerusalem later in the broadcast but i've been working in this region for a long time and about ten years ago i had the honour of sitting down with shimon peres who was in the president of israel for a lengthy discussion at his residence about peace between the israelis and palestinians and he mentioned then in great detail the economic impact water food medicine you're looking at a fifty billion dollar increase or fifty billion dollar investment over a ten year period into the palestinian areas that would be gaza and the p the palestinian west bank we call the west bank to revitalize the economy revitalize healthcare revitalize education Revitalize. economic development put in place safeguards for the rule of law for contract rights a prosperous economy will do the most to eliminate terrorism a people that are healthy tend to not send their children to kill other people's children it that simple now initially mock mood abbasi said he would not meet and then about an hour later i'm reading you the headline of boss as we are ready to return to the negotiating table then the reason they're ready ready to return to the negotiating table is they have to when you're looking at a fifty billion dollar investment coming from a variety of sources including neighbors jordan egypt saudi arabia that impact alone is very very significant yet those three countries alone that jared kushner bitch jordan egypt and lebanon were not going to let mock buddha boss mess this up for them miss this opportunity for them they are much more powerful that he overseas sliver of territory they oversee nations like lebanon egypt and jordan and with this total play that will be announced and presented tomorrow in bahrain the fact that the u._s. and the trump administration which is very pro israel i want i just want to underscore this recognized the first president to recognize jerusalem is the capital of israel this weeks ago recognized the golan heights as part of the jewish state of israel is able to gather together through through the backing of the gulf states they've got plenty of money and we'll make some of these investments egypt and jordan and lebanon to put the pressure of the palestinians to get back to the goshi table for money that will never get into the pockets of makalu boss these are business loads again it investments this is not a government to government great it's not like the u._s. is going to be taking your taxpayer dollars giving fifty billion dollars over to the palestinian authority that needs to be made clear these people that would be applying for loads for infrastructure and peace and peace is ultimately what all israelis even the most hawkish railly's see with the palestinians they've got bigger issues they've got iran to deal with they've got hezballah to deal with at hamada's to deal with the they don't need to be dealing more with the west baked palacios authority there should be peace there at econ economic growth access to good hospitals

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"railly" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"railly" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Apparently, the Boeing company did not share information about a problem with the cockpit safety alert for about a year before that issue drew attention with the crash of a seven thirty seven max jetted, Indonesia, and then gave some airlines pilots partial and inconsistent explanations. It was only after a second max accident. Theo nearly five months later, according to officials that Boeing became more forthcoming with their lines about the problem and the company did not publicly disclose the software error behind the problem for another six weeks in the interim leaving the flying public at risk. Somebody should open up a criminal investigation on that situation. The United States is deploying aircraft carrier strike group in bomber task course to the Middle East on short notice and response to clear indications that Iran, Iranian were planning an attack on us. Forces in the region, they would be suicidal to do that. But who knows? Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel commented on reports of an chip shin brokered ceasefire deal in the Gaza area after two days of fighting which fours Railly's were killed saying that Israel was readying for further confrontations with terrorist groups in the coastal enclave over the past two days. He says we hit Hamas Islamic Jihad with great force attacking more than three hundred fifty targets terrorist leaders and activists destroying infrastructure as well the campaign. He says is not over and requires patients and judgment. We are preparing to continue spokesperson for HAMAs said in response to the prime minister statement that although the recent flare up in violence at come to an end, the wider conflict would continue. Why does this continue the Mohammed code author Howard Blum with us Howard this thing ever going to get resolved? Unfortunately, it's not the statement of. The people who are responsible for most of us, or at least the people that the Israeli authorities are blaming for the seven hundred rockets fired at southern Israel is grew qualities jihad it is financed by Iran. And it says that restoring our rights. Well, it says wait let me go back a little bit more. Spokesman we saw all brought team says quote, the confrontation will not end unless we restore our rights..

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"railly" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"railly" Discussed on Here & Now

"Special forces guys in masks, just ran out of their cars with guns pointed and they're handcuffing and arresting the suspect throwing them into an unmarked car. This is a drill by an elite unit of the Palestinian security forces their job is to secure their own areas and make sure Palestinians don't attack as Railly's. They were established during peace talks in the ninety s and the US sponsors though. The US built this training base in the desert hills of Jericho and three star US general is stationed in Jerusalem to support the forces Naree zilbert is an adjunct fellow with the Washington Institute for Near East Policy. Security is the essential component for any diplomatic progress. That's why the investment was made to professionalize security forces over the past decade and the results speak for themselves despite some recent attacks violence in the West Bank has been lower overall in recent years Palestinian officials and the Israeli military share intelligence and coordinate their movements the US sees this has crucial to Israeli security, but in October congress passed a law that would cut funding to these forces in less the Palestinian. Authority compensates American victims of terror attacks. The administration could seek to still keep the money flowing, but the forces face a lot of criticism among their own people for one they've committed abuses, arresting government, critics some of whom say they've been tortured, and they're criticized for taking US money in the first place says analyst Zilder, they're the only ones still getting US money from Trump administration. That's not viewed very favorably in Palestine, it only reinforces domestically for the Palestinian security forces, this image, the slur that they're only collaborators in other words, some Palestinians think the forces do Israel, Anna, America's bidding forces spokesman Hafiza refi defends their job just as donating. We aren't preparing for the establishment of the Palestinian state would preparing elite goofs security people in order to have everything ready by the time. The Palestinian state is for. That argument is getting harder to make too many average Palestinians who questioned whether they'll ever get their own country. Israel's occupation of the West Bank has lasted fifty one years in counting and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu argues, Israel can never totally leave the land because it can't depend on the Palestinian security forces. He spoke to NPR recently book of the security operations is done by off. We have information about terrorists in one of the Palestinian towns. We would call up typically the honestly security authorities and say why don't you take care of it very often? The answer comes back is you take care of it. It's not comfortable for the Palestinians to deal with with their own people retired Isreaeli Brigadier General Shlomo Brome says, of course, the Palestinians prefer Israel carry out some of these operations. So they don't look like an Israeli contractor as a researcher at the Israeli institute for national security. Studies he meets with his and Palestinian security officials and he's convinced. The Palestinian forces would be capable of handling security in a future state. Survived that can do it. Now, it's very difficult to to convince days to trust. Then we let the the motivation to tweet. At the base in Jericho Palestinian servicemen stand in formation and get certificates for completing a training course. Thirty-one-year-old servicemember my mood. Hawamdeh says he is proud to serve keep them in ship for Las lean. I wanted to fend my people to create a United front until our country is liberated Palestinian say if their forces stop believing that independence is on the horizon, they won't be motivated to continue doing their job of helping Israel police the West Bank, Daniel estrin, NPR news Jericho last month. Scientists in the general conference of weights and measures voted unanimously to redefine the kilogram and as of may twentieth..

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"railly" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"railly" Discussed on Here & Now

"Special forces guys in masks, just ran out of their cars with guns pointed and they're handcuffing and arresting the suspect throwing them into an unmarked car. This is a drill by an elite unit of the Palestinian security forces their job is to secure their own areas and make sure Palestinians don't attack as Railly's. They were established during peace talks in the ninety s and the US sponsors though. The US built this training base in the desert hills of Jericho and three star US general is stationed in Jerusalem to support the forces Naree zilbert is an adjunct fellow with the Washington Institute for Near East Policy. Security is the essential component for any diplomatic progress. That's why the investment was made to professionalize security forces over the past decade and the results speak for themselves despite some recent attacks violence in the West Bank has been lower overall in recent years Palestinian officials and the Israeli military share intelligence and coordinate their movements the US sees this has crucial to Israeli security, but in October congress passed a law that would cut funding to these forces in less the Palestinian. Authority compensates American victims of terror attacks. The administration could seek to still keep the money flowing, but the forces face a lot of criticism among their own people for one they've committed abuses, arresting government, critics some of whom say they've been tortured, and they're criticized for taking US money in the first place says analyst Zilder, they're the only ones still getting US money from Trump administration. That's not viewed very favorably in Palestine, it only reinforces domestically for the Palestinian security forces, this image, the slur that they're only collaborators in other words, some Palestinians think the forces do Israel, Anna, America's bidding forces spokesman Hafiza refi defends their job just as donating. We aren't preparing for the establishment of the Palestinian state would preparing elite goofs security people in order to have everything ready by the time. The Palestinian state is for. That argument is getting harder to make too many average Palestinians who questioned whether they'll ever get their own country. Israel's occupation of the West Bank has lasted fifty one years in counting and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu argues, Israel can never totally leave the land because it can't depend on the Palestinian security forces. He spoke to NPR recently book of the security operations is done by off. We have information about terrorists in one of the Palestinian towns. We would call up typically the honestly security authorities and say why don't you take care of it very often? The answer comes back is you take care of it. It's not comfortable for the Palestinians to deal with with their own people retired Isreaeli Brigadier General Shlomo Brome says, of course, the Palestinians prefer Israel carry out some of these operations. So they don't look like an Israeli contractor as a researcher at the Israeli institute for national security. Studies he meets with his and Palestinian security officials and he's convinced. The Palestinian forces would be capable of handling security in a future state. Survived that can do it. Now, it's very difficult to to convince days to trust. Then we let the the motivation to tweet. At the base in Jericho Palestinian servicemen stand in formation and get certificates for completing a training course. Thirty-one-year-old servicemember my mood. Hawamdeh says he is proud to serve keep them in ship for Las lean. I wanted to fend my people to create a United front until our country is liberated Palestinian say if their forces stop believing that independence is on the horizon, they won't be motivated to continue doing their job of helping Israel police the West Bank, Daniel estrin, NPR news Jericho last month. Scientists in the general conference of weights and measures voted unanimously to redefine the kilogram and as of may twentieth..

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"railly" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

Trailer Junkies Podcast

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"railly" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

"So let me give you a little a little side story, really quick. Okay. So there was you know, obviously, I've been married for like, I don't know together. Fifteen plus years, whatever it's been, but so I date at this Isreaeli girl for a while. And go to a wedding, you know, and one side of the room is like a women and the other side of the room is all men, you know, and like the two just don't mix, you know, for whatever the reason. And so I'm sitting at the table, and there's all these guys in their black hats, and, you know, pay his and beards and the whole thing. And I'm just like, wow. You know, and they're all looking at me, and no one it's like, you could drop pin? Like, no, I'm at the table. No insane. A word, right? So I'm looking around, and I look at all these guys. And I'm, you know, looking like, I look, I guess. And Finally, I just like somebody had to say something, you know. So I'm like amazed will be me. Right. And so I said, well, I guess I'm the token gentile, and like these eight dudes or night, whatever was like ninth start just I mean, they just bust up laughing, and it was like the icebreaker that had to happen. That's awesome. And then they were just like, okay, we can have fun with this guy. You know? And then because they didn't know like where I stood you know, what I mean, of course. And then like, you know, you're dancing, and it's like all the guys are dancing together. All the women. Are this is so bizarre. Go along. But needless to say that culture clashed. And you know, it didn't really go anywhere, obviously. Because I'm not married to this girl. But it was a fun ride while it was going on. I mean, I learned so much about like Jewish culture is Railly's, and Isreaeli culture and all kinds of stuff, and it was awesome. You know, that's funny because that actually happened with an in. I think nineteen ninety nine thanksgiving. So that ever Serie of that right now. She asked me what I was doing for thanksgiving. And I was like, oh, we're not doing anything for thanksgiving. And she thought that was horrible. So she she invited to her family thanksgiving. And as we go to her mom's house for thanksgiving. We'll walking up and she says so just so, you know, when we go in there, you'll have to go with the men. So going with Ed to thanksgiving dinner expecting to spend time with an right? And she as we're walking up to the house. She says, you know, for the next couple of hours, you guys you'll be all the guys are together. Drinking and talking and all the women are in another room, and they're drinking and talking for themselves. So I was there's nothing to do this point. So I was just like go with it. And you know, they're all my uncles and cousins, and it was quite the threat of the deep end. I can completely relate. Because that's how this experience was were this girl says will you come to this wedding. And I'm like sure I'll go the wedding. Yeah. Here. I am with like all these like, you know, his CITIC Jews. You know? It's like what am I doing here? You know, it was pretty funny. But you know, what? Hey, they make good stories for later on..

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"railly" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review

The Tel Aviv Review

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"railly" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review

"To isreaeli railly's will live in israel the whole idea of a proprietary approach to the verbal work of art is disgusting to me it's really brings back i'm the daughter of holocaust survivors as you know it brings back vary crazy thoughts and then would say that it's actually there's really important to this because i think this is an experience that many young israelis experience go through that is leaving israel right and going back to that question before we talked about it also that if there is multilingualism in israel today i would say that an fourteen should have been with arabic but it is mostly hebron english right so people writing in many places but mostly in the us i would say about the experience of leaving israel i think it has profound impact of telling the story of what it means to be an israeli today and just one last comment and being forced now at home to see the world cup which i've ever but for example you see peru playing and then you know ravine fans even though most of the majority of people in the audience are not coming straight from peru they're coming from wherever they are in the world no one would doubt that there peruvian because this is the identity that they take on themselves and it's interesting to me that with israel this is not always the case there's always a subtle not always subtle critique for an israeli to think of himself writing in hebrew outside the territory is being somehow different so i think yes this is very disconcerting in many ways brenner wisconsin medicine i know that i'm transgressing into different territorial territory but i want just to mention the name of emile habibi and he's extrordinary extraordinary story and the stories that he wrote right and the stories that you wrote in arabic right anti claimed that there will be palestinian richer in israel he never succeeded we know that but this was years ago and now we start talking about all this compartmentalization of languages and territories until just a coven because i think he deserves to be mentioned thank you so much for mentioning milhaud babies have soaps missed which anton chamass translate into hebrew and still it's not considered israeli literature but of course in the work of lethal i know but lee harvey wrote of a huge study of him so okay there's only one last question because we.

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"railly" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"railly" Discussed on WGTK

"Reports of israel's gravitated to trump of bound a square near the embassy is being renamed in his honour bay tarja russillo massaquoi team whose fans are notorious for their racism is now calling itself bay tower trump jerusalem but if israel railly's loved trump many americans and certainly most american jews do not the more trumpism and israel are intertwined the more leftleaning americans will grow alienated from zionism it is not possible to overstate how ugly and damning of the left and of american jews on the left that columnists that statement is we hate trump so if israel loves israel he's loved trump then we americans use will be alienated from zionism not from right isreaeli politicians from zionism it shows you how tepid leftwing american jew support is for israel which is par for the course the left wing can't stand israel that is an astonishing astonishing statement zionism is the right of the jews to return to their ancestoral homeland so american left wing jews will be aided from that movement because israel lease embrace trump i'll look there were rabbis who fasted who publicly announced their fasting when when donald trump won the election if that's not a shame as very big sin and judaism desecrate god's name to use god's name and religion for other purposes but the leftism is is a religious value system you have to understand that even before trump she writes prime minister benjamin netanyahu helped open a partisan divide on israel in american politics we're previously there had been stoltifying unanimity really tanya who opened the divide there was no divide american jews were were just lined up it's like blaming trump oh the there was no division under under barack obama it's all donald trump's doing until these past few years you'd never heard the word occupation or settlements or talk about gaza jeremy ben ami president of the liberal pro israel group j street said of american politicians what does he talking about i understand that until these past few years you never heard the word occupation what what are you talking about i've heard it since nineteen sixty seven anyway if you want to watch on youtube might debate in san francisco with jay street representative at a san francisco synagogue it'll be we'll be i opening for you she identifies it as a liberal pro israel group it's a left wing group and it's pro israel in a pretty tepid sense.

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"railly" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"railly" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"So on the palestinians railly's front i think it's that it's it's getting away from this capital p piece or bust and instead having a clear eyed view what is possible without losing sight of strategic and secondly i would just say this has to be in the context as sarah said of the regional question there's so much else going on desserts disappear way but also just a ron in syria and there's the possibility of has allowed joining conflict between israel and iran there's a lot else happening and what is needed from the us i think is much more than symbolic moves as much more than disappear way of certainly the question of jerusalem it's tactical serious work by diplomats that than by the military and by intelligence community are able to do things on the ground solves small problems that don't get any nobel prizes and i hope wish that the united states gets more involved in a lot of these different things constructive way but give but that would entail giving up on certainly the ultimate deal while the certainly difficult situation that may be facing difficult set of issues but i think we've all benefited from your insights today thank you also much for joining us thanks much thanks the law fair podcast is produced in cooperation with the brookings institution take a moment to tweet or share the offer a podcast on twitter facebook and if you haven't yet give it a rating and review on it stitcher or ever you may have found us as always our music is performed by safiya thanks for listening.

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"railly" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"railly" Discussed on WGTK

"The fighters they're fighting i'm fighting you certainly helped me thank you for that it's amazing the number of people writing comments against the the piece in the new york times by bret stephens that they offer this opinion it's obvious israel is wrong look at how many more palestinians were killed and israelis you understand this is the average new york times reader because that's what the new york times holes the measure right and wrong by numbers of deaths or as one writer puts it one commenter it's asymmetric so so it tastes symmetric world war two is symmetric we kill far more germans than germans killed americans or brits very symmetric does therefore news one therefore side with the nazis i play for you yesterday almost hilarious the npr report with a have the sweet to a nineteen year old palestinian at the gaza border who sending up a kite with a swastika on it says you know some people may read this as in a bad way what why do you have it because we like hitler hitler tribes the jews crazy we like hitler and we wanna burn the jews it's amazing it was so contrary to what the npr likes to portray the palestinians these poor victims they want they do want to do to the jews what the nazis did and they don't say israeli they say jews but npr translated as israel railly's i brought that to your attention yesterday i'm gonna play and again not maybe not today but i'm gonna i wanna keep that because it's so revealing as to how we get our news.

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"railly" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"railly" Discussed on WGTK

"Let me quickly go over to my guest was limited time congressman joe wilson of south carolina's second congressional district congressman wilson welcome to the dennis prager show well dennis it to honor be with your particularly what you're having toilet jewish history you know that we're living in extraordinary period of history boys that ever true you are you still in israel now i've just returned this morning i let it get to we had ten minutes to congress president for the opening of the embassy yesterday they were for us senator was just an exhilarating experience denison and sober awarding to see the recognition of the legitimacy and now the permanency of the state of israel it must have been an emotional moment i mean you know it's easy totally easy i don't say this is a criticism because of the nature of your work you you are present that many emotionally compelling moments but i would suspect this is a high on your list this will be the highlight of my life in fact on sunday the recognition of love and affection of the people of israel for the people of the united states and then the recognition that we have a president donald trump who follows through on his promises which i think is going to benefit american families well what a combination i said on my on my show yesterday and tell me if you always told gusts you don't have to agree with me it's important that people know that but i think we may okay we might indeed but but so then just react to my assertion i don't know of a country whose people love america as much as israel railly's you're absolutely correct and you sell it everywhere they were posters everywhere that trump makes israel great we saw obviously american flags in israeli flags type by shot everywhere and and of course there there's so many people in israel who have family in the united states and door in the united states have family in israel and so there's such a connection and but it's an hey this shared culture we have the shared heritage of the religious faith that we share and promote all of it comes together and it comes together is rose i was reading to a right before you came on one of the columns in the new york times which just heeded a heated what you loved.

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"railly" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"railly" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Percents have called jerusalem israel's capital but did not move the embassy amid concerns it would hurt attempts to achieve mideast peace tonight the clashes already and abc's chief foreign correspondent terry moran with the pictures from jerusalem it was ivanka trump who did the honours in jerusalem today the curtain came down formerly opening the embassy and i took them we welcome you officially and for the first time to the embassy of the united states here in jerusalem the capital of israel thank you that same movement on the gaza border an awful scene unfolding tens of thousands of palestinians some waving their flags the flags of people without a country a human tide of protests against the us embassy opening jerusalem claimed by both palestinians and israel railly's as their capital one of the most emotional issues in the long conflict israeli security forces i fired tear gas into the crowd and dropped it from drones than they opened fire alex rossi a sky news these tiny into a pretty grim day in the people being cruelty and have shot wounds to that no names some protesters praying amid the chaos a strike in seen others threw stones used slingshots at least fifty five protesters were killed according to palestinian health authorities and more than twenty seven hundred injured the shrouded dead mind hospital hallways they're grieving loved ones inconsolable a stark contrast in jerusalem my parents this is a great day for israel the president's soninlaw jared kushner pointedly scorned the protesters as we have seen from the protests of the last month and even today those provoking violence are part of the problem and not part of the solution here there was news and prayers led by pastor robert jefferson dallas who has preached the jews are destined for hell along with mormons hindus and muslims pray for the peace of jerusalem president trump spoke via video statement our greatest hope is for peace the united states remains fully committed to facilitating a lasting peace agreement terry moran with us live tonight from jerusalem anterior the president just say there he's fully committed to the peace process but how will this move the embassy effect.

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"railly" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"railly" Discussed on The Takeaway

"The mood i think you could divide it into two there's a mood of kind of your would say averaged every day's railly's who feel have to surprise ing sense of validation and almost help able relief it may say more about me than anything else that i was surprised but israel has used jerusalem as its capital in every sense in terms of parliament and the supreme court and ministries forever and so i've been a little bit surprised to see how a meaningful this embassy announcement has been for israel he's really feel a kind of breath of recognition that i didn't realize was missing from them that's one part of it the other part i would say is a very festive atmosphere by several hundred supporters of president trump in particular many of whom have flown in specifically for this event i'm surrounded by them right now they're about eight hundred people gathering around me here and what about the palestinian perspective so the palestinian perspective is interesting and i have to say that most of the palestinian jerusalemites who i spoke with seemed a little bit indifferent and sort of said if he's telaviv jerusalem who cares but there was a feeling of resentment that the united states from faraway seems to be sort of pulling the strings of their daily life and that really came up in several conversations noga process speaking to us from the new use embassy in jerusalem and she spent the weekend speaking to residents of the city tell us what's next for the city i think the next few days will tell it's i think it'd be a tense time jerusalem so far has remained very comb during a period of up to two months now when protests have been growing week by week on the gaza border.

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"railly" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"railly" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Israel has repeatedly accused iran of being in syria in order to make it easier for iran to target israel is there any truth in that evidence on the ground there's raliess have murdered iranians did the iranians murder israel railly's no base railly's these these rallies dispute that these radi say that if they didn't have the defense system that they have if they had not intercepted those missiles that came into the golan heights people could have been killed well first of all they didn't intercept them almost all the missiles struck their target and that's nonsense the iron dome fail last night and there's really is not quite well there's a black there's a information blackout in northern israel and that's that's evidence in itself i'm not talking about last night i'm talking about over the past few months israelis murdered iran's not other way round to what extent do you now see that this situation is going to escalate even further well without a doubt every time that the israelis hit they will be hit back because i if there is no response then israel us will start start striking more intensively and with greater impunity so for now on this way these are going to have to expect to be hit back every time they strike if the europeans and the americans don't want an escalation than they should warn this release to sit down and mind known business mohammad marandi from tehran university lots more on this particular confrontation on our website bbc dot com forward slash news and do tell us what you think about our coverage not just on this edition of news hour but any other program you here at bbc news newshour is the programs twitter handle at raza akbal is mine if you want to speak to me directly it's the bbc newshour on wnyc ninety three point nine fm and wnyc dot org stay tuned.

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"railly" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"railly" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"I think i am not saying live in isolation by no means am i saying that saudis and israel railly's they want to steal trash because they want a us clash with iran i understand that because they can't do it on their own they're not afraid of war instead they are afraid that trump will extricate us from the middle east before we do this and leave them hanging and you know i'm the biggest supporter of israel out there so i'll i'll state israel's motive it's about staying alive fear that the iranians have contributed to assads victory in syria civil war and they'll stay on and establish bases and weapons pipelines to hezbollah in lebanon that's why israel has been launching these strikes into syria as usual so complicated it's i mean it's it's it's almost viscerally easy to jump into a solution i mean it's easy now let's go in and take out around that's waiting take out north korea decisions where a hell of a lot easier twenty years ago you've had the combined efforts clinton george w bush and barack obama led us down this path maybe no vital interest in syria and there isn't but we had to get in get isis out in here pretty much tomorrow wished you'll see isolated terror attacks and you may see like tournament every year you may see them come back but we know we have the capacity to thwart that threat we don't know we have the capacity to would any threat even in his standoff with with russia china iran and north korea now i realize we're talking way down the road with china and russia but we're not talking down the road in this immediate future so there's this little tug of war between netanyahu and trump and i love israel stay the hell out of it get the enlistment of other countries countries whose future and whose interests are at stake ryan in it's in and of itself i don't believe is any real threat to the united states economy is in terrible shape that keep voting against presidential candidates and like russia china will not allow it inaudible north korea but like russia and iran their occasional disruptions you don't know how fast they put down and no this is no we ain't going to say that we should do that we are a constitutional republic and.

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"railly" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"railly" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

"Did you see any palestinians with guns or rifles or weapons no nevada were any palestinians throwing molotov cocktails on fire at the as railly's or rocks or anything like that well tough know about two is saying somebody stadion young men that were throwing just the students smaller storms why do you believe that israel did this that they killed so many people who were protesting inside of gaza that had not crossed over what what do you think was israel's purpose in shooting and killing these palestinians i think that is really sort of to snipe out did this to protest stars the same message though to us at as the zavod estonians they want to send message to us those to the protests at gaza doors they want to send the message that general protests would not benefit you and they want also to send messages to the to bali stein not for us it's a type of to realizing us as you know this martian gear on the protests will make the outer ward aware about our shows as stadiums who live in cuba sheehan the as arising us on the to make us still about this protest but we will continue and we will make the author ward aware about physical air because we are living get goes on stuff on daily on the other side inside our cuban by the sign for the some able aid the are having our land enjoying the life and we will we will continue in the protest until we get.

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"railly" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"railly" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"A meeting with pakistan's prime minister and made headlines across the country to many many people here in other countries she is a view but some have also condemned her calling her a mouthpiece for the west she ignores the critics and says she's committed to promoting girls education at home and around the world teri okita cbs news the week long biblical feast of passover has begun for jews around the world correspondent robert berger has more from jerusalem railly's gathered for the festive passover seder meal six weeks before the planned move of the us embassy from tel aviv to jerusalem jerusalem resident martha stern says it's about time why shouldn't the embassy in jerusalem which is our capital as they say the eternal capital rabbis say the embassy move reinforces the passover theme of jerusalem rebuilt robert berger cbs news jerusalem when trying to secure a lastminute booking at a top hotel restaurant many folks dropping influential meam or address but in france the president's wife is not amused cbs news correspondent elaine cobb has more from paris over the past two weeks top hotels and restaurants have been receiving emails asking for preferential treatment for the french president's wife a hotel in morocco was asked to send a car to pick up her nephew at the airport a formula one race in australia was asked for free tickets and several top restaurants in france asked to reserve their best table only brigitte my call never.

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"railly" Discussed on Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"railly" Discussed on Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

"Telling them about his own life as some murderer essentially and he says that's all i was after talking about how he cut a boy's throat that's all i was a coward we followed orders no matter the orders in this line is super potent but we weren't animals animals are true to their nature and we betrayed hours if you're fighting the just cause even if it's losing 'cause you being treaty yourself so that's worth trying for any continues now i know i can't ever bring that led back all i can do with a time i've got leftist bring a little goodness into the world that's all any of us can do as senate never too late to stop robbing people stop killing people and asare helping people he's looking at the hound railly's not even breaking icons like looking for a good ten seconds caps as he says this and then three rogue members of the organization that we thought previously were the good guys the brotherhood without banners arrived in the hound sees them and he knows immediately spy his sense of violence his understanding of how violence occurs and what violence targets that these men are here to do something violent so the hound tries to stir ray to defend this thing that you are trying to build but ray is committed to cause a he says violence is disease you know cure disease by spreading it more people and we can tell before the end that the hound is never going to buy into that he says you don't at by dying either and that's a fair point later when he finds raise body in the bodies of the slaughtered villagers he grabs his acts and strides off he has a cause of his own again but is it just an wonderful edano use that ax to get to chickens tool chicken news.

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