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20:32 min | 7 months ago

"robert manning" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

"Community in Santana has learned a lot about Alexander in the last ten years. And I think it's because of that persistent unapologetic push for justice that continues against the odds against what seems politically possible. What does a U.S. government officially say about the assassination of Alex O'Day? Well, the U.S. government doesn't say a whole lot. The FBI has been the lead agency in the murder investigation since 1985. And basically what they do year after year every October 11th is reassuring the Arab American community that the investigation is a priority that it is ongoing, and what they don't say is who they believe to be the authors of the crime. They have never publicly named the suspects that there are any that they have. And investigative journalism suggests that they do. I mean, they have a $1 million reward that has been promoted since about 1996 for information leading to a conviction of the crime. But it's just a very peculiar purgatory for the case, and it doesn't seem to break with any new developments over the course of the past few decades. So there is understandably a lot of cynicism within the Arab American community. But some of my most recent journalism suggests that it looks like the FBI has been, at least in the early onset of the investigation, pretty active in terms of trying to prosecute, but there's stymied. And according to my interview with retired lieutenant humi, it wasn't the FBI in 1996 that basically wasn't proactive. It was the State Department official in his recollection that said we need to look at the bigger picture of the U.S. Israeli relations in this case is going nowhere. There's a lot of speculation about oday's killer, but this is speculation that also comes from government statements and actions that sometimes contradict each other in 2016, for instance said, Department of Justice said that the oday family was actually victims of Robert Manning. Who's he? Robert Manning was one of three Jewish defense league members that had been discussed privately according to my reporting and others in connection with the Audi bombing. Never has he been officially named as a suspect we can't even say that. He was extradited in 93 from Israel to the United States in he stood trial for a male contract bombing. He was a hitman in a sense and sent him mail bomb at the behest of the person who paid for the crime, and unfortunately, Patricia wilkerson, a secretary in Manhattan beach, opened up the package and the bomb detonated and it exploded and killed her. So he is serving a life sentence for that crime. A retired FBI agent wanted to question him in the aude case and essentially he denied having been a member of the JD L, which was an extremist Jewish group founded by the late rabbi honey. And essentially, he says, I know nothing I did nothing, so he still in Phoenix Arizona is serving out his prison sentence. So why then does the United States government and Department of Justice say that the uday family is a victim of Robert Manning if they're not saying anything officially that Manning has anything to do with the killing of Alex O'Day? It's just this really peculiar legal predicament. It makes no sense, right? The American Arab anti discrimination committee, which is the group that Alex Audrey belonged to and was the West Coast regional director for, they are also deemed by the DOJ as they told me as victims of Manning's. And how can that be? It clears the way that classification internal classification clears the way for Helena ode to speak at the parole hearing as she did in 2018 in person in Phoenix, and then also in 2020 remotely. And the ADC president is also able to address the parole hearing in those years too as well as a victim of Manning's. But he's never been indicted. He's never been charged. He's never been convicted of that 1985 office bombing. In saint Anna that killed Alex Saudis. So it's a contradiction. It's a paradox. It just doesn't make any sense. What other hints have come out over the years about how much the U.S. government knows about the identity of a day's killers? It's been pretty well reported for the course of 30 plus years. Again, what I was able to do was corroborate a unnamed anonymous source, recounting of the scene in 85 in Santa Ana, where the FBI and LAPD joint terrorism task force members descended on the scene via helicopter and probably pretty dramatically in a little unusual for an Orange County city like that. They got off and they told lieutenant at the time it was the acting captain that day. And at the command center, one of the persons in the group of four basically said these are the people that we've been training, flying from New York to LA. They were lost at LAX. And the three names have been spoken of privately and then publicly and journalism and Andy green, who now goes by bruk Ben Joseph, Keith, Israel fuchs, and then Manning. So it's been an open secret who the investigation has looked at. And again, the FBI, according to the lawsuit documents that I referenced earlier, wanted to question and according to their field director that I interviewed a few years back, did question Manning about the audit crime. So at the bare minimum, you can call Manning a person of interest, and then with the parole hearings, the victimizer of the organization and the family, but in terms of the criminal conviction, something's getting in between. Some things in the middle, the ADC has long wanted to see the extradition agreement between the U.S. and Israel and with regards to Manning to see if there's answers there as to why that gap exists. Robert Friedman was a Village Voice journalist, and wrote a op-ed in the Los Angeles Times in 1990, where he was in Israel. And basically saw green and Manning at that time, and said they're here. They're living freely in these Israeli settlements. One was at that time it was also a particular settlement that followers of kahani would live in and basically they couldn't be arrested if they were in the settlements they had to be in Israel proper. But, you know, Friedman said you can find them there too. So it's not a secret who has been discussed in connection with the case, and it's not a secret and it hasn't been a secret where they are, and with regards to Manning his where belts are well known. He's incarcerated in Phoenix Arizona. We'll have more after this break. Facebook's safety teams protect billions of people each month. They lead the industry and stopping bad actors online. That's because they've invested more than $13 billion in the last 5 years. 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They're passing away, and that's true of a lot of people from the Orange County side of things. You had Charlie stumpf, who was the commander or lead of the bomb squad for the Orange County sheriff's department. He had his team comb this scene of The Office on 17th street in Santa Ana, and they reconstructed the bomb like a big jigsaw puzzle. He passed away. The lead investigator on the case where Santa Anna PD was concerned was feral buckles. And he was the one that had firsthand knowledge up until his retirement in 1996. What was unique about humani is that he was the area commander of that part of the city. And deputy chief dispatched him to take control of the scene. So he was there within 20 minutes. And he witnessed the FBI's arrival within the hour. These guys come out and they come walking over to us and there's a couple of FBI agents and a couple of LAPD joint terrorist task force members. And they came up and they told us that they'd been tracking a couple of guys from New York up in LA and they lost to man LAX and they were probably responsible for the bombing and Ted time. I think you gave us the names of green and Manning. And really he has a firsthand experience of that scene. It was a big case in Santa. And I'm very high profile. And of course, it's a crime of international implications, but he went up into the office. He remembers seeing the destruction and devastation. He remembers the scene very vividly and what he did. And so that's, you know, for historical posterity, it's necessary to get someone like humani on the record. And that's the other challenge in this case is that because it's an open case of cold case and there's still at least on the surface and active investigation, people with knowledge are hesitant or do not have the clearance to speak openly about it. So humani is very valuable in that regard. And he definitely offers new details into that day and the investigation that followed. Lieutenant moon has been retired for nearly 20 years now, but the old days case is always wait on him. The reason we have laws is to punish people who prevent them from doing that again, or is it kind of a warning to others, look, we have lost about this. So when people avoid prosecution, it's annoying. I can't. I'm not going to sleep over it. I'm not going to cry about it. It happens sometimes, but she's we had at 1.57 warrants for guys that were and fled to Mexico. So we knew they were down in Mexico, a lot of when we knew their addresses, but this is big government and they don't care about the little people. It's significant. But matter in the big picture. From your experience, firsthand knowledge of the conversations that happened on the scene and in 1994, you know who did it, you know how they did it. And, you know, you knew where they were. Yeah. Or they came from where they went. All that was no. Everything is no. It was a very solid case. You know, easy to process. You shared with me that when he would walk from the Orange County superior court in saint Anna to the Orange County district attorney's office in the rhythm of his workdays, he would pass by the outer statue. And that kind of served as a reminder to him of this unsolved murder mystery, if you will. And he's always felt that it was. Higher up government institutions that got in the way of a very easily prosecuted case. So it always kind of had a thorn in the side element to it. And it wasn't just a statue. What is interesting is when that statue was first dedicated in 1994 on what would have been Alex 50th birthday, Mooney worked at. So you had Mooney, he said it was a light security day, but it was acrimonious because her Reuben who was as bellicose leader of the JBL was across the street in Santana and crossed the street from the statute dedication and was basically berating the family in the people in attendance of the dedication. And the FBI was there too as well just to keep tabs on everything. So, you know, the case had a way of coming up. So it definitely weighed on him on that day in 1994. In April, when he worked security for the statute dedication, and then in 1996, he goes with Ferrell buckles to the FBI field office in LA, where he got a front row seat in how the investigation was stymied in his recollection by the State Department. And so he has those memories in mind and he's open to speaking about his experience with the case and what he has seen. And as he mentioned to me, he expressed his remorse for the family because they have not been delivered justice for 36 years. Alex how they had three daughters at the time of his death his murder. And they were very young, and he never got to see them grow and get married and lived their lives. And that gnaws at a lawman who likes to feel dissatisfaction of justice being delivered and a case being closed, and surprisingly, it was really unprompted that he deemed out a man of peace. It was definitely the mere opposite of her Reuben. He was not Delacroix. He was not boisterous. He was very soft spoken and very eloquent in his media appearances, but he was a man of peace in that regard. If he found things that were disagreeable about his politics and stances on Palestine and Israel, it was very hard to hate Alex all day, unless, of course, you were embroiled in the JD L extremist mindset. So, you know, he expressed very forthrightly that he believed him to be a man of peace above all, no matter what disagreements there may be politically and it's just another case of justice denied and justice delayed. Audi's case is something that local politicians have never forgotten though. Former Congress member Sanchez press the House of Representatives repeatedly to investigate his assassination and then recently, Congress member Luca ra has continued that work. Absolutely. I spoke to congressman Correa about his resolution, House resolution. And what it seeks to do is basically enter Alexander's memory as a matter of congressional record. And recognize him as a victim of domestic terrorism. And as the congressman mentioned, it also acts to carry on with Sanchez's work before she left the office. And it also seeks to renew attention into the investigation. So it would be very interesting to see how the case develops and going forward, how all of this is going to coalesce because you have the ADC pressing the attorney general Merrick Garland to name suspects to provide details about the case while at the same time in Congress, you know, Rashida Talib has also cosponsored that House resolution. And so there's motion on this case after 36 years, where it all leads to, remains to be seen, but it's easy to be cynical because there has been concerted efforts to renew interest and not let the case grow cold in memory in action, but what really changes at the end of the day is getting closer, but we'll have to wait and see. What's important is that the three folks I mean, many people have passed on who've been involved in the case, but the three people who have been of interest internally in the investigations are still alive, so justice remains a possibility. Finally, what is it about the Audi case that has stayed with activists decades after his killing? It's always been important to the Arab American community, but when I wrote about his case 30 years later, the younger generation of Arab American activists in Orange County and elsewhere throughout the United States almost forgot about them, they had to relearn about him. He was just getting started. He was 41. It's hard to find audio clips of his appearances in the media or video clips because he was really just getting started. He joined the organization only for a few years. And before that was basically also a poet and a lecturer at orange coast college and graduated with a master's degree in political science from Cal state Fullerton. So he was a family man who just started a family and an activist who was really starting to shine and come into his own before his life was taken. So the new generation has had to kind of relearn his legacy over in the West Bank and he's never been forgotten. He's a hero in jifna Palestine, a martyr. And he's basically seen in that role, but also as a native son. Someone that if you traveled to that area, you're going to hear stories about how he was as a person. So his memory is spread between Southern California and the West Bank. Over here, and there's a bit of a renaissance, if you will, because the new generation of Arab American activists are basically taking the baton from their predecessors. And it will be up to them to continue to press for justice in the case. So really what we're seeing is a generational, like I said, passing of the baton. And we're going to see that level of advocacy continue. And in my work, I always try to not just have a focus on the case and the investigation and the persons of interest, if you will in the suspects, but it's always important, not just to ask who killed Alex all day, but it's always important to remember who was Alexander. Gabrielle, thank you so much for this interview..

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"robert manning" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

07:45 min | 7 months ago

"robert manning" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

"A ghost in Santana. It's there, but the people who remember are mostly gone. Absolutely. And that statue plays that role in a sense because cast like a ghostly apparition over the city. And then two, it also just remains there for people to inquire and ask questions. But yeah, you know it's this case from 1985, it's 36 years old now. And surprisingly, it doesn't go away. New generations will learn about him, even above and beyond the Arab American community. I think the Latino community in Santana has learned a lot about Alexander in the last ten years. And I think it's because of that persistent unapologetic push for justice that continues against the odds against what seems politically possible. What does a U.S. government officially say about the assassination of Alex O'Day? Well, the U.S. government doesn't say a whole lot. The FBI has been the lead agency in the murder investigation since 1985. And basically what they do year after year every October 11th is reassuring the Arab American community that the investigation is a priority that it is ongoing, and what they don't say is who they believe to be the authors of the crime. They have never publicly named the suspects that there are any that they have. And investigative journalism suggests that they do. I mean, they have a $1 million reward that has been promoted since about 1996 for information leading to a conviction of the crime. But it's just a very peculiar purgatory for the case, and it doesn't seem to break with any new developments over the course of the past few decades. So there is understandably a lot of cynicism within the Arab American community. But some of my most recent journalism suggests that it looks like the FBI has been, at least in the early onset of the investigation, pretty active in terms of trying to prosecute, but there's stymied. And according to my interview with retired lieutenant humi, it wasn't the FBI in 1996 that basically wasn't proactive. It was the State Department official in his recollection that said we need to look at the bigger picture of the U.S. Israeli relations in this case is going nowhere. There's a lot of speculation about oday's killer, but this is speculation that also comes from government statements and actions that sometimes contradict each other in 2016, for instance said, Department of Justice said that the oday family was actually victims of Robert Manning. Who's he? Robert Manning was one of three Jewish defense league members that had been discussed privately according to my reporting and others in connection with the Audi bombing. Never has he been officially named as a suspect we can't even say that. He was extradited in 93 from Israel to the United States in he stood trial for a male contract bombing. He was a hitman in a sense and sent him mail bomb at the behest of the person who paid for the crime, and unfortunately, Patricia wilkerson, a secretary in Manhattan beach, opened up the package and the bomb detonated and it exploded and killed her. So he is serving a life sentence for that crime. A retired FBI agent wanted to question him in the aude case and essentially he denied having been a member of the JD L, which was an extremist Jewish group founded by the late rabbi honey. And essentially, he says, I know nothing I did nothing, so he still in Phoenix Arizona is serving out his prison sentence. So why then does the United States government and Department of Justice say that the uday family is a victim of Robert Manning if they're not saying anything officially that Manning has anything to do with the killing of Alex O'Day? It's just this really peculiar legal predicament. It makes no sense, right? The American Arab anti discrimination committee, which is the group that Alex Audrey belonged to and was the West Coast regional director for, they are also deemed by the DOJ as they told me as victims of Manning's. And how can that be? It clears the way that classification internal classification clears the way for Helena ode to speak at the parole hearing as she did in 2018 in person in Phoenix, and then also in 2020 remotely. And the ADC president is also able to address the parole hearing in those years too as well as a victim of Manning's. But he's never been indicted. He's never been charged. He's never been convicted of that 1985 office bombing. In saint Anna that killed Alex Saudis. So it's a contradiction. It's a paradox. It just doesn't make any sense. What other hints have come out over the years about how much the U.S. government knows about the identity of a day's killers? It's been pretty well reported for the course of 30 plus years. Again, what I was able to do was corroborate a unnamed anonymous source, recounting of the scene in 85 in Santa Ana, where the FBI and LAPD joint terrorism task force members descended on the scene via helicopter and probably pretty dramatically in a little unusual for an Orange County city like that. They got off and they told lieutenant at the time it was the acting captain that day. And at the command center, one of the persons in the group of four basically said these are the people that we've been training, flying from New York to LA. They were lost at LAX. And the three names have been spoken of privately and then publicly and journalism and Andy green, who now goes by bruk Ben Joseph, Keith, Israel fuchs, and then Manning. So it's been an open secret who the investigation has looked at. And again, the FBI, according to the lawsuit documents that I referenced earlier, wanted to question and according to their field director that I interviewed a few years back, did question Manning about the audit crime. So at the bare minimum, you can call Manning a person of interest, and then with the parole hearings, the victimizer of the organization and the family, but in terms of the criminal conviction, something's getting in between. Some things in the middle, the ADC has long wanted to see the extradition agreement between the U.S. and Israel and with regards to Manning to see if there's answers there as to why that gap exists. Robert Friedman was a Village Voice journalist, and wrote a op-ed in the Los Angeles Times in 1990, where he was in Israel. And basically saw green and Manning at that time, and said they're here. They're living freely in these Israeli settlements. One was at that time it was also a particular settlement that followers of kahani would live in and basically they couldn't be arrested if they were in the settlements they had to be in Israel proper. But, you know, Friedman said you can find them there too. So it's not a secret who has been discussed in connection with the case, and it's not a secret and it hasn't been a secret where they are,.

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"robert manning" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

08:13 min | 7 months ago

"robert manning" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

"The times. There's always nice to be on. I have to admit I did not even know about the ode case until I became a reporter, even though I know that statue. So if you're walking through Santana, you see this big, you know, very serious statue of a man and you think, oh, you must be either some Roman or maybe a Mexican 'cause Santana is such a Mexican city. And then you go and you see the name Alex ode. Who is he? So it's almost like his case is a ghost in Santana. It's there, but the people who remember are mostly gone. Absolutely. And that statue plays that role in a sense because cast like a ghostly apparition over the city. And then two, it also just remains there for people to inquire and ask questions. But yeah, you know it's this case from 1985, it's 36 years old now. And surprisingly, it doesn't go away. New generations will learn about him, even above and beyond the Arab American community. I think the Latino community in Santana has learned a lot about Alexander in the last ten years. And I think it's because of that persistent unapologetic push for justice that continues against the odds against what seems politically possible. What does a U.S. government officially say about the assassination of Alex O'Day? Well, the U.S. government doesn't say a whole lot. The FBI has been the lead agency in the murder investigation since 1985. And basically what they do year after year every October 11th is reassuring the Arab American community that the investigation is a priority that it is ongoing, and what they don't say is who they believe to be the authors of the crime. They have never publicly named the suspects that there are any that they have. And investigative journalism suggests that they do. I mean, they have a $1 million reward that has been promoted since about 1996 for information leading to a conviction of the crime. But it's just a very peculiar purgatory for the case, and it doesn't seem to break with any new developments over the course of the past few decades. So there is understandably a lot of cynicism within the Arab American community. But some of my most recent journalism suggests that it looks like the FBI has been, at least in the early onset of the investigation, pretty active in terms of trying to prosecute, but there's stymied. And according to my interview with retired lieutenant humi, it wasn't the FBI in 1996 that basically wasn't proactive. It was the State Department official in his recollection that said we need to look at the bigger picture of the U.S. Israeli relations in this case is going nowhere. There's a lot of speculation about oday's killer, but this is speculation that also comes from government statements and actions that sometimes contradict each other in 2016, for instance said, Department of Justice said that the oday family was actually victims of Robert Manning. Who's he? Robert Manning was one of three Jewish defense league members that had been discussed privately according to my reporting and others in connection with the Audi bombing. Never has he been officially named as a suspect we can't even say that. He was extradited in 93 from Israel to the United States in he stood trial for a male contract bombing. He was a hitman in a sense and sent him mail bomb at the behest of the person who paid for the crime, and unfortunately, Patricia wilkerson, a secretary in Manhattan beach, opened up the package and the bomb detonated and it exploded and killed her. So he is serving a life sentence for that crime. A retired FBI agent wanted to question him in the aude case and essentially he denied having been a member of the JD L, which was an extremist Jewish group founded by the late rabbi honey. And essentially, he says, I know nothing I did nothing, so he still in Phoenix Arizona is serving out his prison sentence. So why then does the United States government and Department of Justice say that the uday family is a victim of Robert Manning if they're not saying anything officially that Manning has anything to do with the killing of Alex O'Day? It's just this really peculiar legal predicament. It makes no sense, right? The American Arab anti discrimination committee, which is the group that Alex Audrey belonged to and was the West Coast regional director for, they are also deemed by the DOJ as they told me as victims of Manning's. And how can that be? It clears the way that classification internal classification clears the way for Helena ode to speak at the parole hearing as she did in 2018 in person in Phoenix, and then also in 2020 remotely. And the ADC president is also able to address the parole hearing in those years too as well as a victim of Manning's. But he's never been indicted. He's never been charged. He's never been convicted of that 1985 office bombing. In saint Anna that killed Alex Saudis. So it's a contradiction. It's a paradox. It just doesn't make any sense. What other hints have come out over the years about how much the U.S. government knows about the identity of a day's killers? It's been pretty well reported for the course of 30 plus years. Again, what I was able to do was corroborate a unnamed anonymous source, recounting of the scene in 85 in Santa Ana, where the FBI and LAPD joint terrorism task force members descended on the scene via helicopter and probably pretty dramatically in a little unusual for an Orange County city like that. They got off and they told lieutenant at the time it was the acting captain that day. And at the command center, one of the persons in the group of four basically said these are the people that we've been training, flying from New York to LA. They were lost at LAX. And the three names have been spoken of privately and then publicly and journalism and Andy green, who now goes by bruk Ben Joseph, Keith, Israel fuchs, and then Manning. So it's been an open secret who the investigation has looked at. And again, the FBI, according to the lawsuit documents that I referenced earlier, wanted to question and according to their field director that I interviewed a few years back, did question Manning about the audit crime. So at the bare minimum, you can call Manning a person of interest, and then with the parole hearings, the victimizer of the organization and the family, but in terms of the criminal conviction, something's getting in between. Some things in the middle, the ADC has long wanted to see the extradition agreement between the U.S. and Israel and with regards to Manning to see if there's answers there as to why that gap exists. Robert Friedman was a Village Voice journalist, and wrote a op-ed in the Los Angeles Times in 1990, where he was in Israel. And basically saw green and Manning at that time, and said they're here. They're living freely in these Israeli settlements. One was at that time it was also a particular settlement that followers of kahani would live in and basically they couldn't be arrested if they were in the settlements they had to be in Israel proper. But, you know, Friedman said you can find them there too. So it's not a secret who has been discussed in connection with the case, and it's not a secret and it hasn't been a secret where they are,.

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"robert manning" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:15 min | 10 months ago

"robert manning" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The bitcoin universe don't even know they they've never spent. Bitcoin wouldn't know how to they needed to. They think it's this thing that goes up in price over time and it does tend to do that but it's so much more useful than just hold it and see if it goes up in value but nonetheless this guy is going to get into why he thinks it should be banned on the way. Not only does he not understand. He wants to stop the things he doesn't understand. It's free talk live. this is free. Talk law number. If you want to join in here you can bring up in the one. Six zero three two eight three sixty one sixty. Maybe you agree with this guy at the hill dot com who says that bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies should be banned. Can they even be banned. That would be an amazing speed. Well if this person wants them to be banned. I suspect an order for them to accurately conveyed idea people. They should have some methodology by which they believe. Cryptocurrencies could be banned. Well let's get into it here by the way with you tonight. It's ian bonnie and aria and don't forget you can join us online anytime you want. Head over to freetalklive dot com. We've got the amp program which allows listeners like you to become supporters of the show become advertiser amplifiers stands for advertise market and promote. And you can do it for or five bucks a month. Like beast one. Oh one who is free talk live. Silver amplifier means to one. Zero one contributing. That five bucks a month you can do it either via pay pal debit card or credit card right there through amp dot freetalklive dot com and get some cool perks that's amp amp dot free. Talk live dot com so robert manning. The opinion contributor over at the hill dot. com doesn't understand. Why cryptocurrencies are worth anything. That's the first sentence in his article here where he's going to advocate for the banning of these cryptos which by the way right now according to coin market cap dot com has a global market cap. Which is the total value in denominated in dollars of all of the world crypto currencies or at least eleven thousand. Sixty four of them Is now one point. Four and change trillion dollars in value. That's amazing is tremendous and person wants to basically ban one point four trillion dollars in value. Well he doesn't understand how the governments will do it but he wants them to and you know when we were going out you characterize this in the in the best most accurate way possible. I don't understand this thing. The government should ban it. Well plus i don't understand this thing and scary things can happen. People get hurt. But that's not even the case and both the department of justice and i believe the f. b. i. have have admitted that the vast majority of crypto currency transactions are totally white market. Well he says. There's an epidemic of hugely disruptive ransomware attacks. In the recent months on foods major meat processor colonial pipelines are critical infrastructure. Can fix this problem. It companies can fix by. Actually having backups of a two percent foolproof way of defeating wrestlemania. Have offline backups daily causing gasoline shortages for weeks and on one thousand or more. Us businesses on july fourth highlights the enormous risks. Moreover hundreds of small towns hospital school districts and small businesses have been hit by the ransomware epidemic all enabled by crypto currencies. No ransom rent somewhere. I'm pretty sure existed before cryptocurrency betcha. It wasn't as large existed because then they would have to have like a bank account or something and you know international bank account in north korea or somewhere where they could. How how did they do. Like the e egypt sharon prince scam before crypto-currencies i mean international bank accounts would make it harder to recall the wire transfer from from what i understand but it's not impossible whether it's also prepaid debit cards and all sort of nonsense gift cards. Yeah you're right. I mean they definitely could have done these things but it was. I mean i'll give the point to him. Crypto-currencies have made ransomware a much easier process. Yes it can be fully automated. You pay the pay the ransom to the the respected address that they give you in the ransomware. Hits your computer. They can verify that the funds are there. Of course most crypto-currencies are irreversible. So there's no chance that the victim is going to be able to reverse those funds so it definitely you know. I'll give that to them but sure but it's still an easy to solve problems. Yes correct and it should not mean that those as you pointed out ninety nine point nine percent of legitimate transactions out there need to go away or become criminal Because it's already criminal to hack. Somebody's computer that's already a criminal act. Should how should governments respond. He says besieged with cyber attacks. The biden administration has been struggling with this question of cybersecurity with few clear answers. So if they can't get their own cyber security under control they have no business trying to regulate or stop or band cryptocurrency. Cyber offense still seems to beat cyber defense as the eminent economic analyst martin wolf outlined in a recent financial times essay the risks and chaos of a wild world of unstable private. Money is a libertarian fantasy. According to a recent federal reserve paper there are already some eight thousand cryptocurrencies. It's a new mom and pop cottage industry. How should governments respond wolf argues. Central banks like the federal reserve should create their own official digital currencies set called central bank digital currencies or cdc's and make crypto-currencies illegal. Look these cdc's they would certainly be popular among the masses. But if you have this this new technology developing and there's already eight thousand different versions of this technology out there. You are so far beyond the point of being able to ban it that you're wasting your time to even attempt it. Why would anybody think. Oh there's too many there's too much competition there's eight and we'll use more than eleven thousand eleven thousand different things and he just described the fact that there will you were actually describing the fact that they're very a good at what they do. You you're describing. Oh well they made. Ransomware is your but also means that they made you know buying something in another country is you're setting money to your family and other countries are so. He thinks that they should just get rid of all that. And have the government's make one. Why would anybody think that's the answer doesn't make any sense. Because he trust the government. Yes yeah. I don't know who this guy works for me. I suspect it's the banks or the government. Look here's a. Here's his bio. He's a senior fellow at the brent sakharov center for strategy insecurity at the atlantic council. He was a senior counselor to the under secretary of state for global affairs from two thousand one two thousand four a member of the us department of state policy planning staff from two thousand and four two thousand and eight and on the national intelligence council strategic futures group from two thousand eight to twenty twelve so basically. He's been working for government For his entire professional career. I will excuse the prior to two thousand ten ignorance bitcoin. But if you're if you're working in the government and i can't even begin to rattle off what you said. His most recent stunts in government was something about global intelligence. I don't remember but he should have known about bitcoin. This person has all of the right qualifications to have known about bitcoin earlier than anyone else and to be an expert on the subject and yet he's completely ignorant in fact. Here's a good. His current role had words security in it. So he doesn't know how he doesn't.

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Optimizing Your Time and Business Strategy with Rocket Station

Marketing Genius

05:41 min | 1 year ago

Optimizing Your Time and Business Strategy with Rocket Station

"I am beyond excited for the second time to welcome back. Mr robert nichols a ceo and founder of rocket station. They are an incredible company. And i'm excited to talk about some of the different ways that you can implement In a service like rocket station using virtual assistance in those extra savings. In your business to help you grow helping create labyrinth. Help you kinda take things to the next level. So robert man. Thanks for jet on the podcast. Read so excited to be back up. haven't me. I don't know if i consider myself a marketing genius. But i'd love your podcast. I love the show. And i learned so much from listening to you in doing to be a part of your organization. So thank you for letting us be on the show today and let me be here. I really appreciate your time and excited to be here. I really appreciate it. I think that You don't necessarily have to be a marketing genius to help. People look like marketing. Genius isn't as one of my favorite things about your company because we've been talking for months especially if you've been listening if you've been following me for any amount of time. The last six to eight months. We've been beating marketing content creation. Those things over the head because we think that it is so important for agents team leaders broker owners types things to go out there and build a brandon and create leverage. I think that's something that the top producers in every market seemed to understand that maybe the people that are chasing top producers. Don't and it's one of the things. I love about your company. Let's dive into it so when we're talking about creating content and doing those types things a lot of agents think lights just can't do all the stuff in typically true like you can't you got to negotiate deals you gotta read contracts yet you all these things. How am i supposed to create the type of leverage so that i can put out content consistently. How am i supposed to post on social all the time. How am i supposed to create the pictures graphics in the videos. How do we do all those things. So i wanna ask you like. What is the kind of rocket station process if you will for helping agents only create content but create multiple pieces of content in industry. That so that they can build their brand agents are are are busy and they've got a lot to do in there there certain tasks that are in the day that a lot more important than others right like going on a listing appointment or showing a buyer a home for them to move into is most agents third their highest and best use of time. And that that's where they make all their money so to slow down and and create more content or try to put more effort into generating where business on the front end seems sometimes like an overwhelming thing. So usually people come to us with the with a couple frustrations. It's either they don't have enough time to create the content that they need or they started creating content and putting it out and now they're getting results from their marketing. People are calling in the back in. They're getting overwhelmed with trying to fulfil what they're creating so we are fortunate to get to work with some of the best agents in the country that everybody's heard of the top agents in the entire country. I personally get to learn from those people as low. And then it's awesome to see some of the smaller agents implement the same strategies techniques that that work so for us. We we really see that agents that really focus on creating the content right may name you. As long as there's a camera filming. You don't have to edit you. don't you. don't have to reproduce you. Don't have to repurpose right. So we really liked to pay the overwhelming piece of that content creation. First off your play so most of our clients most agents we work with. They're not afraid to them. Quick videos they're not afraid to rights and stuff out there willing and able to do that but we're most people fall down is the implementation. How do we chop up this interview by team will chop up and this will be a whole bunch of peace of every time you make a great quote on here we will cut it out. It'll be a name right. And if i happen to say anything of any value hopefully there's eighteen years we will cut that up and it will be maine's in gifts in there will be hunting creative plus we will go twenty thirty minutes here so this will be three four five video segments for us to be able to use so for me personally. I'm ice shelf. I spent thirty minutes talking to you. Grant team will then go splice this content into a ton of different pieces and it's the same thing with their agents whether their meetings whether they're doing marketing falls whether they're doing straight up marketing videos like you teach in the formula that you give people if people create just the baseline on and we can really help you re purpose data and create a whole library of content from one interview in the example. I gave last time. We talked on the facebook live. Is we had a client in one interview. They got turned into thirty seven pieces upon dan thirty seven. He's from once. Why because the agent was focused and locked in just doing her job and we were able to separate that out in all the content out so it's the momentum behind them the leverage really doesn't have to be all of your personal. I'm it just said you can help. Create some of the court context than teams. Like ours can help you get it out. There get posted a shot down the all the all the editing all the things that happen to make it all pretty look professional. It's very easy to get someone like us to do that. So i think agents get overwhelmed when you hear this message up and you've got to create content and do all the words to get it out and then have it consists. That's too far. Teams like can actually come in. There's still all of that

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"robert manning" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"robert manning" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Is all of it. And on Mondays on this show, we like to start off the week on a positive note. Good vibes. Today's good vibes come from a shattered glass ceiling. With the major being league baseball season coming to a close teams had the opportunity to rearrange their rosters as well as their front office positions. One big change came for the Miami Marlins as they replaced their general manager, Michael Hill with Kim Yang and becomes the first woman and Asian American GM and MLB history. During a Friday press conference thing, said quote. This challenge is one I don't take lightly. When I got into this business, it seemed unlikely a woman with lead a major league team, but I am Doggett in the pursuit of my goals. My goal is now to bring championship baseball to Miami. I am both humbled and eager to continue building the winning culture our fans expect and deserve. LB. Commissioner Robert Man for Junior said that quote Kim's appointment makes history in all of professional sports and sets a significant example for the millions of women and girls who love baseball and softball. Twitter was on fire with this higher is comments across the fan base is congratulated her on the Marlins announcement. Post one New York Mets fan tweeted, Your legacy will be truly remarkable. While the Atlanta Braves fan announced quote I don't know how I'll make this work, but you're my new second favorite team. This is such a smart decision. Michelle Obama, who happens to be a diehard Cubs fan even tweeted out so excited. See Qiming named the first woman and first Asian American general manager and in the N L B. I grew up loving the Cubs, but I'll be cheering you on. So how did and get into baseball? Here's what she had to say during an interview for a sports Web series called Be your Own Fan. No one I was in college. I.

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Amid Pandemic, Airlines Forge a New Survival Metric: Daily Cash Burn

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:11 min | 1 year ago

Amid Pandemic, Airlines Forge a New Survival Metric: Daily Cash Burn

"Tomorrow and the days to follow. We'll bring a peek inside the books of the Big Airlines Delta United American and southwest will report earnings and there's a phrase you will undoubtedly here around as they detail how they are getting through the pandemic cash burn. And among the many questions we have is how long can you burn cash when there is so very little of it coming in we as marketplace's into your to explain. A company's cash burn rate measures how quickly IT spending its financial reserves the International Air Transport Association says. Airlines will burn through more than seventy seven, billion dollars during the second half of this year Brian Pierces that group chief economist most companies particularly, airlines just don't have revenues coming in, but they can't get rid of all of their cost at the moment. So they are running down there cash balances. In the bank they opening cash at a rate of many millions of day last quarter. Delta. Reported a daily burn rate of twenty, seven million dollars but I just found out that airlines calculate cash burn differently. Yeah. That was news to me as well. Read Snyder runs the airline industry blog cranky flier as figured casper and it's okay we had this much cash. Now we have this much cash but no. They're all kinds of little carve-outs in in differences between the airlines whether an airline includes principal payments or debt service payments in their cash burn will tell a different story to investors but no matter how the numbers calculated unrelenting cash burn means more debt former airline executive and industry analyst Robert Man puts it this way you go to the red to place by a bunch of furniture and burden. Slough to pay for it ultimately, but you brought it expenses don't go away just because people aren't flying but jack her shoe follows distress businesses for SNP global market intelligence says the airlines are in better shape than they're letting on. They've got almost uniformly more than a year and some cases more than two years of running room with cash as it currently stands in the balance sheet before they end up in trouble because before the pandemic hit, the industry was making enough cash to burn.

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"robert manning" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"robert manning" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Just told us it's going to the same. What the hell? I'm saying. It won't be the Bears, though. That's kind of weird. And unfortunately that's what that means. Alright with TV by all the Saints come marching in, and no one's ever said it before. I just made up a whole new expression. They march in the soup bowl competition, originality here on writer than you. Ravensrunning back in number one Lamar Jackson height man, Mark Ingram said yesterday that the reigning MVP is quote a million times ahead of where he was at this point last year. Buy or sell. Lamar Jackson will receive MVP votes again this season. Great question. I buy it. By something else. That's guys who love the game and clearly loves it and was the last time a guy won the M V P and still legitimately think people doubt his longevity in the game that he Dominic? I think absolutely. Ken Rosenthal revealed Major League Baseball's postseason plans yesterday, reporting that the league is strongly considering a California bubble for the American League and a Texas bubble for the National League. With the World Series being held at the Rangers knew Globe life field buy or sell em Abi's double bubble postseason plan. By his wife cut to the chase. You can cut the cardinal season short if you have to. Because some idiot screws up. You cannot do that in October with the posies. Some idiot. Lures or charms A girl into his room is Jonah Cove in test Daniel House, joke there or just goes out to the bar of the casino? The postseason's over, It's ruined. You're done. We've seen it working the MBA. It makes all the sense in the world and it's shocking things. We won a great Thursday. Robert Man friend is going to get something right. It's all coming up bases, baby. News emerged yesterday that Justin Timberlake of All People, is leading an aggressive effort to get an MLB franchise in Nashville and has the backing of.

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Airline Workers Brace As Federal Aid Runs Out This Month

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:29 min | 1 year ago

Airline Workers Brace As Federal Aid Runs Out This Month

"Employees at the nation's airlines are getting nervous many pilots flight attendants mechanics in customer service agents have been kept on the payroll since March only with the help of federal aid that funding runs out at the end of this month, and if it's not extended tens of thousands of them could be out of work on October first from Chicago. NPR's David Schaper reports. Several dozen flight attendants, pilots, and other airline employees masked up as they chanted and marched around the Federal Plaza Downtown Chicago Wednesday to draw attention to what they say is a dire situation. So I'm I'm coming up on four decades of service and I have to tell you I have never seen anything like this in my career with United Airlines United Flight Attendant Jeff Highs says he's not just talking about the calamitous drop in the number of people flying because of the pandemic lot. The impending mass layoffs year and his co workers are facing. Unless twelve thousand of our members are at risk for involuntary furlough and that's just one group of employees at one airline. Industry Wide Cub October. First layoffs could top forty thousand, and that's in addition to the tens of thousands have already taken early retirement or other incentives to leave their airline jobs voluntarily. The initial corona virus relieffactor past March Congress and the trump administration included twenty five billion dollars in grants to airlines to keep paying employees for six months. But now that time is almost up Democrats some Republicans and the president of all said, they favor an extension of the payroll support program but the airline aid was left of the latest relief package proposed this week by Senate, Republicans and the uncertainty weighs. Heavily on airline employees, we're in this limbo right now other holding is a Chicago based flight attendant for American Airlines. Are we going back to work in October? Are Do we have to figure out and find another job? You know we're kind of time crunch right now what our backup plans going to be airline employee unions held a similar rally outside the Capitol in Washington DC to put pressure on Congress. While their bosses at the airlines fret to right now we're fighting for survival make no bones about it. Kallio. Heads a group airlines for America. He says after a brief uptick air travel this summer that peaked over the Labor Day weekend demand is already slumping again is more profitable business travel bookings remain down close to ninety percent is going to be a different world people are to see you're already seen. Fewer flights come October. First, you're going to see a further reduction in the number fledge that are operating Kellyanne other. Say it may take four to five years for the airline industry to fully recover if it ever does wouldn't another round of payroll support funding for the airlines just delay the inevitable of mass layoffs warmer airline Executive Robert. Man Who is now an industry consultant argues the jobs are worth saving. Job in the airline is probably support somewhere between seven and eleven jobs. Elsewhere, the economy is hospitality in these support technologies in other transportation boats in man warns in a couple of airlines may not survive the pandemic without more federal aid. To Gut check question how much of an economy? Do you want going forward congressional and White House to go shooters? We'll have to try to answer that question this campaign season in which the two parties agree on almost nothing. David Schaper, NPR News Chicago.

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"robert manning" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

Shit Songs Off Great Albums

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"robert manning" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

"Follow lost track on the album. Pages of each other. Exactly how that's exactly how it goes and signs to allow listeners. Thank you David. Gas. Oh Yeah There's nothing wrong with it. Really. But I don't know. We've already got song without people taking pictures of each other. That was probably. One of the best you know pop songs and written on the album. So I personally, I would have left it. Didn't have. I. This is the Shit one to me because not because really on not because it is shit song. But because it doesn't need to be on the album is already a song about precisely the same thing. And it's better than this one. So this woman, it's a long album anyway need a fifteen some. Fourteen is more than. For Non. Feels like it feels like a demo feels like. Sometimes, he writes the same song twice 'cause you write a song about something you try a couple of ways and he's put both of them on the album. I feel about it. There's nothing wrong with it is a song. Good teachable. So slightly. But he spoke sex the balance of the album tonight Ron I. I really liked the song I ended because of the I mean not only because but. The lyrical content is same so apt and relevant to where we are today. With the. People. Take pictures of each other to prove that they really existed like. That that was happening in sixty eight is now in twenty twenty oriented Oprah's like everywhere. The. Value of a photograph has been cheated so much that we didn't think about but as anymore bit meeting right was always saying like Mister Spain the now rather than just worry about showing other people that you are somewhere else in the media this song is really irrelevant I would love to hear. A cover the song just in a completely different. Different. Messages so It's a, it's a good song I think as well it. It's it's a really good line about. Dot. For me, it's kind of cobalt. and. You could maybe put something not pitch without stuff's what I would do I would I would have taken the best bit of the input in Pitcher. I thing by this, the album you've got if things on a long. Long Way is there a point where it's like a a K I'm starting to tire now the concept and stuff like that. As. Well, it's a little bit similar to all of my friends with as well in day the event. You, know you kind of to mulching thought long top also. Talk. You know kind of marching music So yeah. I always I always. Stop the album. Monica. Not. Really get into this song. A and I would say to me it would have been. Absolutely perfect on. If you take off, you put village green is the last track. Then then finishes off book. I don't think thought the time. This was released. People really worried about pointing to a good closer on an album. Think that some something in terms, the bills and Sajjan packers they oversee did. Do. I don't think that was a concern hit I. think they put it almost feels like Old Trafford's. A lot time by what's the most least good song at the end..

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"robert manning" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

Shit Songs Off Great Albums

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"robert manning" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

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"robert manning" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

Shit Songs Off Great Albums

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"robert manning" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

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"robert manning" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

Shit Songs Off Great Albums

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"robert manning" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

"What interesting is track five last steam powered trains, which is the longest track album for me. It's a more rocky bluesy field. Study do. Pace. Vocally and also there's a gentleman that goes on in this song enter the full minute- generation gas July song you a fan of this. Very big. Fun. Kind of the again, it stop playing with. Playing, with the audit of retreatment to Englishness. Wanted to take you know the foundation of Pop Music the twelve Bob Lose. If you're if you're right in a classic problem in the sixties, you need a twelve number on the. Or if you'RE RIGHT IN I. saw playing with the foam of sunlight in the obe. Taking classic formed in right into the quintessential quintessentially brace things a laugh. So I would you write a blue song about Britain? An. You know as well at the stones, the Beatles as well. you know has. Kinks as well and the WHO you know if all made the name Rick in off the booze. You can't you know. How you continue to do that with a straight face when you from Mosul Hill. I remember going certain but the first light places I paid live was Open MIC nights and was one in sale my. Name on chested of town on the edge has called style I was hoping like my name smokes lead light middle-aged blow getting on with a expensive constructs. Unplanned. Moody. WOAH CHOOSE Expensive starting to pull in Manchester and really playing you know well. Southgate installation ridiculous. Though because the isn't you is you know. Those fellow thought the guy is we've caught well known Easter Book Skin Manchester would like a proper light ti in Reagan with East Colder Hoochie Union. He's radiating radio guitarist I always found a little bit ridiculous to play light loads of blue stunned and not be your thing sticky. When you go to music Sony's night how'd you exclusive and then just to think well. You, know a blues number sounds like a train. Running with the yeah. It starts. Now, who is now a train in a museum? It's Monica it's the harmonic. Whistle. Change the speed feels like a train speed in all of slow down is that twine to todd HAMAS INCA? It's it's like got written. It's. Like any on the album. and. We talked about the music counter either Davis has called kinks in Germany lives like not just speaking about one thing complain some us. It's comparable music becoming what the songs about as well. I just think he's Not. Bad embodied anywhere than. It on Steam Power China Sea Change Thought Right Track Lima. mind. When it yeah. We need to the speed bit as well. We did on the truck it really does doesn't it? Like they changed the tempo like increasingly as solemn gets on doesn't A trait changes. Speak. Like it's great..

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"robert manning" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

Shit Songs Off Great Albums

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"robert manning" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

"Like making fun of those people, it's really interesting listening to the abdomen us actors. They often try and find some level of empathy understanding when they're trying to portray a character someone aimless. Did you did you Process like that. I think he's I think he's a different thing I was doing. You know I'm I'm not playing a role in trying to. Trying to find a what someone's motivation is I'm I'm point demonstrate in the conflict clueless stumbling a think life on an island maybe. I was having track the thing the thing at the thing I don't lie right is. It's it's. You. Know I'm a progressive than. Sleep title. bleeding-heart person. But. It seems to be progressing thing as well. views you progressiveness as a as a stick to box cost with quiet law and. Light to bash places like where I live. Quite as in you know, Oh, it breaks. So it's a Shitzu. On this kind of rhetoric doesn't really ever got challenged and. Coast like once more if not everyone here is a one car most people. That's the same as every other place on the planet most people and every place a one because. Some people are. Slight. That's how you end up with. You know a country voting for Brexit. and. I kind of felt like. I didn't. I know that like a law people's motivation for Brexit, it's racist and that is. True of law faithful and everyone who is racist in this country would voted for Brexit but I don't think that. Every single person's motivation I was. I think it was kind of a life of being told what to do. On sickly I think like like we talk about boom all the time and with them on. Their previous law of the time, and this is certain strain of available but. If you'll constantly being sold you the affluent generation you I'd have reopened folded see it and you'll latched Olympic Shit and you'd never really the decent job and you'd never really do now if you'll still in situation and that's that's kind of. While I was trying to rival life on an island was with. Not a soft paint this this is kind of sympathetic character. All these things that happened to and Danny Votes Brexit and he's not sympathetic by the under because because all this hate comes to the surface book. A assaulted trying to look at the circumstances that might lead to. An doing. If you you know downtrodden and sold like, well, you ought to own your. Shit and your federally things and you know life passed you by a little bit. Work Oil is for Nelson. In the end. Can kind of understand why someone might be disaffected. And I can kind of understand why someone might meniscus in it by what is a very biased media in this country. And you know. So that was trying to be simplicity the bought in also ROLE SENT ME SO A. So it was it was that was difficult tonight in a difficult balance to strike Bob clock with all. The most people for that reason foyer. There's the one I owned an art over the most the one. I'm denying including it or I'm the NAARDEN hathaway delivers slight out do I I mean, and no new news going to have that song definitely. The way we wrote that we two ways writing songs either. Sung. By myself in which case it's lyrics music at the same time happening. So I'll have like the welcome up with the melody as out sinker, the phrase, and then I'll sing that phrase oprah governmental. Spun out. Your the way we dry for about half just overhaul two songs is full Shaw Bass play a just make rights lows of riff slow slow bass parts of the cold sequences sends them Sumio we may. Not was life learn island was died pretty much the whole song written. With. No melody no no words and he was eighty code. So we knew we were going to include the song. But it was a case of don't want to write a song about this person. Do I WANNA see? It's all painting them in a sympathetic light, but NFL couldn't really make dot record honestly do. Without trying to do that little bit. But I was difficult and. I certainly didn't wanNA write some in dot was sympathetic. The overly sympathetic viewpoint I don't like but maybe to the person behind those points a bit. Difficult balance struck..

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"robert manning" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

Shit Songs Off Great Albums

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"robert manning" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

"A. Got Intended by cray in this lund don't know pretty horse can't walk on it is. Down I live. On its own the. Famous. was. company is was vice last year he released his second man of the moment I mean tell us about I mean, how is the approach to recording this album? People talk about difficult second album. Did you guys? How did you approach? Did you feel that? What was it? What was the French election impression for this album you with another label right? As I understand though we made auto label is at your. So. So, basically, we obviously nineteen, sixty five. Sorts of gun. The trip away with indie labels is a lot of them are owned by clinical tires. and. This isn't the trouble with a book. Pirates own quite Lov indie labels. So if you'll trying to find another indie liable ultimately pious, you've already spent that money on your not made talk. She started off you know. So we would really find in most Ganal variable we did skeleton case. which is the cuddles. We Yeah Yep Gal empties. James. Is. James Kelly's does A. Good a couple of gigs with with down as well. But. Most we got. Some Arts Council from them. Saying where Working Class Kepa some. Money. And They. Did they give money and on because? From, the first album all the festivals we've done in all the toward me Dade in anything we show. We never took any. We never paid ourselves. We all got jobs. So, rather than rather than payoff selves. We just saw state dope the bit and kept paying the rent on our air. So Room and then not a little bit of money to support in also to an album. So we did it quite cheaply. But we knew. Rough from Dow. And from the to Baz. We knew exceeded first solo record nine, sixty five as well. So which is quite silent sixty, five releasing. Because they have had a pretty good run. A wrestling does records. Found some noise coasting. You takes who really nice actually helped to Maria helps with our council up the creation ca she she? As. Well, so she gave. Gave some advice on that which was very nice ver-. Knitting Shaab Susan Nine, sixty five as well. We'll do best the like really good role of. An albums is a showing didn't didn't carry on really. But yes, we got smarts council reports the record heat to saw tonight managing studio In. Forest. Hills in London. and. Haven't really produced anyone else's Ratko before. But from a It was a good way to. To hire someone who's not done it before you can get them quite cheap. You say and he was. Good guy gives us you know. Clinical. Dale on the time Got Some really great people to work on it within. So at Rupa, Brown's cushioning. Absolutely unbelievable lie of. Never worked with anyone quite skilled. As we Incentives going taking the drum kits pace. We had a week of doing drums. Oh, it up two days every week doing drums and. You just go. Yeah. Distinct light. We should take the pieces and hit with a mallet instead of playing the kitten homeland by Joe is like Real like Ringo Starr collide. So he's like well, I search really blue I want. Everyone to be sold out in the conference on Melbourne's quo shelves to do something a bit different than drums. The biggest PA lot records recalled him from. But like so this guy first album an new combo. Coma? COMECON Cottam. Pronouncing meals laughs at me for that. He still produced. As you know, this is sounded like abandoned Bounden Room and desperately didn't want on those relevance just sound like gets on room because what is the point? No swanning, you can't do that with a straight face anymore. You can bear the at the combating staying with a straight face it's like. It's sixty s seventy as that within like standing is abandoned. Like I'm. I, think if you if you still lay do they. Miss Hunting doing something original and Mike. Pushing Boundaries it's been Dunford ages the only way to do it to kind of poverty of opus on consent as really interesting sweetjames mix in Houston called colony boasted dance music source of. The Electric Music. So it was quite good Easter me what he could do. We bring light off a little bit table, magic a little bit of. olot still finished judo that we just saw. Don't really look out. Let me go. He actually knows how to use. All, the twin Leonov's. Engineer and it may be a pretty much did quad productions while ready John Williams think he's going to be big producer in ten years time. so He'd be what's on his values really. Displayed Really Nice same people. Unwieldy because you've got so much time off I tried to get funded in Stove We thought we had a really good record written as well a new what we would do with it. Before we before we went we knew. This was going to be cold of the moment. This is this is I almost trout listing down we did this we rejected a little bit for A. On its feel like we live in different perspectives on an album alike different characters. Duty Songs. So it was just a really clear idea and I didn't repeat any missed I felt I was bill into prepared with the first album go to beat rooks towards the end of it. I didn't want to do that again. It was quite. James on the coastal came and so's he's like right down the road pint with stokes nonetheless will. It was quite nice in ultimately there was no input from any many outside Ghosn it just does. An RAF obviously. We had a blast through did over about five weeks. Four weeks you saying before around the eleven, different personalities and lyrically. The album is very interesting in terms of thematically and conceptually had you how did your rotting style as a lyricist evolve from the first album to to the second? said recognizing what you could. Really see not. I'm I'm I'm of a mock pie when it comes to to and semi micon far read a book I. Like I could about clocks dot writing in the style. Or if I song alike. Can do I can arm and he's lockdown. Woods and I stopped doing not. Straightaway away..

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"robert manning" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

Shit Songs Off Great Albums

07:14 min | 1 year ago

"robert manning" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

"Welcome to the poll cost guys I'm we as we said with with a Golden Duck, this cross number fifty four and I I came across you'll ban a couple of months. Now I feel I feel a bit bad for it because you guys have been knocking around since I think two thousand fourteen is not sort of where it all began to you guys that's formed right? A cult leader under we were. Laura. This. And we? Haven't really been very successful and so we changed our name and. Role new songs. In order to. Try and get a record deal which we did quite quickly after now and how did that happen? Just a change of name in use. We monitor. Surveys we got this. Sort, of white realize in the music industry can be nice. You won't be do need to conduct one. If, you want to recco dating to one two, and so we got one. Relish manager and he it just quite ten anxious person I suppose and he a infiltrates James Undergo who quite well known on a was involved I. Mean He's don't even votes knows tape will. is known for being voted the strokes. Signing them to try to obtain their right now for Triton and also signed into liberty teams as well. So. Early, two thousands of. INDIE, and A. Big Deal. He was restart and his label nine, sixty five. Until we, we did a few singles and. I wouldn't say any of it was particularly successful acquittals. So we did. Food radio sessions and things that. Didn't album with them and I just saw stopped being record label. After spending too much money for those It's a it's a distinct name. Manny Echo could you tell us a little bit about I? Know you probably get asked? For the benefit of our listeners can you tell us a little bit about the Naven each. Well. Yeah I mean it's quite it's not like a great story. John I was just looking through like a big unfold a poetry and stuff that ally. And I just saw literally flicking through and. So points in it woods and trying to find find abundant than a found the poet Neko. Sites poem. Boy was kind of about. Someone who's thinking throwing himself off the cliff. And then. And finally lay down and die, and then the echo repeats what they've said. And then they take it as if they're being told to lay down and die in the decided not so. I saw quite Cool because we I was kind of thinking thing Dana musician we started bond. And so that kind of spoke a little bit but also I just thought it was quite funny because. As as you know has been pressing as musician I, feel like I have just been. So shouts in myself in a room by me up. But reliable careful. So fighting scientists since. So it was kind of a little note to the father of play events. As well. So. I mentioned a lot of musicians have that feeling. When you're hurting you cross our thing you can be lucky. Yeah. It's when it gets to a point that it's homed still. Okay. It's honed now some people come. It's amazing to me that we can. So what we did it all in spring literally. Just. Before the lockdown afternoon the we would be really fortunate thought. So number coming back. We played in Bryan and that been one case if Kobe in the UK and it was in Bryan. Shift enough I and Like fully down a COUPLA weeks. So we just money sneak its own light before it was ended. And selling like. You know hundreds of three hundred depending on the place like tickets in in different towns of still amazes hey. Like why people in South Humps and consoles Why why have you heard? You know I'm not from we don't know anyone the Soviet. So. You know maybe I'll go on bishops mindsets. Stop just blown away by hundred faithful. When you gig 'em when you tour and stuff and you plane into one, three, four, whatever it is amount of people I mean do you get much time to hang out with the fans and asked them that question I? Mean I mean, it's interesting. You say that but do you get an opportunity to answer the How to fuck knows like is it is it word of mine? Does it they being dragged along by a friend? What's I mean they usually say I think in in kind of alternative. indie band. Circles are still think that shakes music baby six music the thing ready beds. And I'm not a huge founded six music generally. On the list in very grateful it for for. Those because. It's usually what people say cheese the though we did we've done quite a few support tolls divine comedy Extra quasi people on the. Series. Golden. Toll. So we told like a few. Different It states combination of the do John Candidate radio x in the caters to. Really popular in will lights of late night. Underground music show and we got lots support from him on their Steve's mock could six music students. In the past so But we're not like about the executive that's player listed or anything. So you know generally the Jocelyne Kit and It's difficult to it's difficult to get in. We got quite a bit radio FA capable man. From this album not much for anything else. Festivals. Thinking people. Since to fly sense radio. When when we did I, I'll open. We ought to launch gigs booked or wanting to know money Manchester. And they don't know send. On without no press note of US without I island. There's no cream review whatsoever out first week, which was appalling really considering. There's quite a lot of money spent on the PR side of it from you know. Not Bios So much. Spend some it that you would expect some press and stuff and those by not even like a warning review in a magazine or anything my was not mentioned anywhere. We don't know to case no realtors and then Steve. The mock invited on six music. And on the date came out and we did a half hour session.

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"robert manning" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

Shit Songs Off Great Albums

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"robert manning" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

"This is gas from Monaco, and you're listening to the golden books podcast with the Dude, Walt Gold, and also may as a guest welcome to the golden ducks, boys and girls. Before you listen to the next podcast from the mighty TD and Walter g a few quick plugs these self favor and go and subscribe to us on itunes or Google play. You can even follow us on spotify by search and shit songs of great albums. If you're fan and please subscribe or leave a review on I tunes if you choose not to, it's totally fine were very peaceful gio best friends phenomenon twenty years were only doing this for the love of music this ain't day job. So don't kick us just embraces if you want us to review an album full, you let us know and sooner or later we will get to it and don't forget to follow us on instagram simply search our. It handle at the golden ducks where only doing this for the love of music. The order we play is merely snippets of these great albums. So if you like any of the artists all the music we discuss go and stream purchase them support the artist and the music. Now we've wrapped all the formalities. Let's go hard and get stuck into another epic poem cost with the Golden Ducks peace and love people peace and love this week we have the sixth studio album by the kinks the kinks out of the village grain preservation society. Patients..

"robert manning" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"robert manning" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"What he wants got down there that in breed least man. I'll be right out. Being Black in America should not be a death sentence. When you hear someone calling for help you are supposed to help. And that was the mayor who also chimed in Minneapolis. Pd says the cops were answering. Guess what a call about a forgery. A you know that's all it was with forgery. No weapons were involved and it seems they said the victim appear to be high on something and for that he's did. Meanwhile a University of Connecticut student is still on the land. Twenty-three-year-old Peter Mann for Joni allegedly killed two people in Connecticut kidnapped. The girlfriend of one of the victims stole a bunch of guns and guns in a home invasion. He was last spotted in Pennsylvania and there are now reports that this guy's father Robert men for Dona was arrested last month for allegedly getting two teenage girls trump drunken groping them and he's free on five thousand dollars Bond Again. There are looking. They say for Mr Fredonia Anyway. Florida Congressman Val demings dizzy to hold back for a while with their planned reopening Disney and universal studios preparing to reopen their attractions. Pretty soon as a move that would allow many of the Florida. Democrats constituents in the Orlando area to return to work. She wants to make sure that her people are safe from the corona virus infection and adherence to the CDC guideline so. She said just hold up just a little bit unless he tara. The woman who claimed Joe Biden made her feel quote uncomfortable when she worked for him back in nineteen ninety-three she has to find new. Loye left her. Casey quit and finally to.

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CES 2020 - Best of show

Talking Tech

02:29 min | 2 years ago

CES 2020 - Best of show

"With hundreds of thousands of new products exhibited at the convention in Las Vegas. What's the best to show as with tradition? We asked our USA the colleagues to weigh in. Have Listen I'm Dalvin Brown for USA Today and my best of show pick for twenty twenty would have to be envisioned body ATI software. It's essentially augmented reality tech that lets you see before and after versions of yourself as you're working out so if you want to built muscle you can see a more muscular version of yourself. If you want to lose weight you can see a slimmer down version of yourself while you're hitting the weights talk about motivation. Hey everyone this. This is Mark Saltzman contributor to USA Today. And here's my pick for best of show. Cas Twenty Twenty for me. It was the Lenovo thinkpad x one unfold billed as the world's first foldable P. C.. I had twenty four hours with this innovative windows device in Las Vegas and I really loved its versatility. It's it's eight thirteen inch alleged device that you can use in a number of ways full screen. Maybe you want to prop it up on a kick stand to watch a movie or play a game with your fingertips or slightly bend it to read any book or you can browse the web on one side of the display while controlling music on the other you can use the included Bluetooth keyboard or stylus. Stylus pen is well for creating content. You get the idea when you want to put it away you just bend or close the two point two pound device and then slip it into a bag it. It should be out by mid year with a hefty price tag. Starting at about twenty four ninety nine says Lenovo but really cool again. That's the thinkpad x one. Fold old. This is Rob Guerrero for USA Today the lure of flying cars really more enticing than at CBS. When one hundred and eighty five thousand plus attendees regularly gridlock block Las Vegas streets Sunday on I put its own air taxi cards on the table by unveiling the s a one a four passenger electric aircraft with eight rotors that? Let it take off vertically that. It's developing with Uber. Hundai urban air mobility hedge. I Want Shinsegae Essay. One with a sixty two mile range on her one hundred fifty miles per hour cruising speed in an eventual autonomous operation would deliver quote an era of liberation from gridlock and the democratization of flight unquote but the touted. Twenty twenty three launching succeeding Optimistic Mystic Aviation Safety Consultant Robert men offered a more conservative prediction via email. Maybe by the twenty twenty eight Olympics most likely beyond that time.

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"robert manning" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"robert manning" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"A Waco police official described a thirty six year old self after or during his stay at a psychiatric facility in the city twenty years ago assistant chief Robert manning said Wednesday that tore tore down the ceiling in his room broke a chair punched a hole in the wall and was so threatening some staff lock themselves in the nursing station based on the police report of the incident after also threatened to staff with a pipe he had pried from a toilet before being pepper spray can land can scale life news all right so just to be on the record as of today you still have never been to Taco Bell never. and I'm not going even though I have a new vegetarian menu well I wouldn't think that would attract you necessarily you're not a vegetarian now not real freaky about what you eat except that you will go to Taco Bell for reasons unbeknownst to me but that's alright yeah Taco Bell is is launching a new vegetarian menu but here's the thing I like about it they're not they're not put any fake meat in there you know I don't know how good that fake meat is well I don't know. somebody somebody posted a meme the other day that just cracked me up and said if if vegetarians are you know so intent on being healthy why do they try to make everything taste like me to write. good point anyway Taco Bell. is teaming up with American vegetarian association rollout meatless alternatives and there you know it'll be like the crunch rap supreme in the breeders that they normally sucked up there won't be meat on it and just just beans in a test on them in Dallas early this year that I've already been here yeah and apparently was successful they were alive today at the the chain seven thousand locations cannot believe you never been to talk about that's just what we need to road trip it we should. with the talking about you know over a far. it's seven thirty five A. K. L. I. F. coming up in just a minute robin yes he's going to join us and we have no idea what she's going to be talking with us about she hasn't bothered to tell us that I think it's like it's one of those one of those mystery prize is that you have it we can just throw a dart at the board something like I don't know she knows she's got a nose which okay seven thirty five right now traffic.

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"robert manning" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"robert manning" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"A semi and a car collided. The northbound lanes the forests so great the cars through the median into the southbound lanes crashing into another semi truck and a church van objecting. Some of its passengers into the roadway troopers say a fifth the then crashed into the debris and possibly ran over some of the people who were rejected from the van. Fox's Holly Bristow the Florida highway patrol will instead investigate that crash. Saying goodbye and Newman, California corporate Ronald sing, his brother. Reggie speaking at his funeral people used to ask us why why America Fijis beautiful opportunity for Ron's case who wanted to be a law enforcement police offers in America, why USA has the best police officers who wanted to do it in California in America. Sing is believed to have been shot and killed by an illegal immigrant. The president says his death is proof of the need for. Border wall. Fox news. The Todd and Don show Roberts, Don show. Good morning. Robert man, there's always so much to talk about whether it's Obama Rosa or Greg Khazar, but I want to drill in on this Amazon thanked sure I have a question for you guys. Why back a few years ago? I was supposed to hate WalMart's gut because they were taking over the world and crushing small business. Right. But anyway. When I was at whole basis the other day. My point dollar meal, and I'm looking at. Why do we love whole bathos? And why do we love Amazon, and they're just crushing people? They're just plowing over small businesses. So what you're seeing WalMart and Amazon. I know man, there's all kinds of signals out there. Yeah. Are we supposed to hate? No. You're absolutely right Roberts. But I don't think there's any aspect of Amazon where mothers are beating their kids in the aisles. No as you have with..

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