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Houston Astros suffer extra-innings loss to Los Angeles Angels
"In Los Angeles for the Astros last night they played. The Angels were down in the night and then Springer steps up to one of stronger. Franker drills this one deep to left field, and you can kiss that one. Goodbye. Go ahead, two run home run for George Springer and the the Astros Astros go go up up for for 23 23 Springer's Springer's second second of of the the night night and and then then hold. hold. They They went went to to extra extra innings. innings. Astros Astros lost lost in in the the 10th 10th 54 54 Worst Worst than than that, that, though though Robert Robert does does soon soon has has suffered suffered an an arm arm injury and the bottom of the ninth. He is back in Houston for an M R. I
Atlanta's Grady Hospital nearing capacity with COVID-19 patients
"It's Corona virus cases continue continue to to rise rise here here in in Georgia Georgia Hospital Hospital say say that that they they are are running running out out of of critical critical care care beds. beds. Radios, Radios, chief chief medical medical officer officer Dr Dr Robert Robert Jansen Jansen says says things things are are getting getting worse. worse. Not Not better better have have seen seen a a tremendous tremendous increase the number of covert patients over the last Several weeks to the point. We now have a higher number of patients that we've ever had, he tells Channel two Action news. When hospital cases began rising last month, younger people were getting sick. But now the virus has spread from that group to people in their sixties and seventies, the surges for some hospitals to treat our patients in hallways and on waiting room
Robert Durst murder trial may not resume until April
"End end of of the the month month if if wealthy wealthy New New York York real real estate estate heir heir Robert Robert Durst Durst will will face face trial trial for for murder murder here here in in L L a a next year. No decision on a possible mistrial and the Robert Durst murder trial be nearly impossible to put on a trial like this if we are picking a new jury from scratch prosecutors pushing for the trial to resume April 12 2021 However, Durst's attorneys believe a mistrial is appropriate, given the fact that this is a complicated case and that Jurors have been distracted by the pandemic. The Durst murder trial was abruptly halted earlier this year over Corona virus health concerns that the judge agreed to the July 31st delay, giving Durst attorneys timeto ask him what he wants to push for the mistrial or to go forward with an April 12th murder trial. At the
Removing Robert E. Lee's statue
"Has been reporting on the debate over Confederate monuments for nearly three years. Today. That debate is is charged as arguments to defund American police departments. When we began our research in 2017 we were surprised to learn why, and when many of the monuments were built, we decided to go to New Orleans to talk with the mayor at the time, Mitch Landrieu about his then controversial decision to remove four Confederate monuments. What we saw looked like a military operation. When the city of New Orleans removed a giant statue, P G T boat regard a Confederate general who ordered the first shots fired in the civil war. They did it in the dead of night. Construction crews were bulletproof helmets and vests on police snipers were stationed on rooftops nearby. Mitch Landrieu says it was impossible to find a local company that would take the job when we put the thing out to bid, the one contractor that God showed up at his life threatening at his car bombs His car is actually the car was actually firebombed. Death threats would come in. And so I couldn't find a grain. I could not find a damn crane in New Orleans and I couldn't find a crane in Louisiana. Mayor Landrieu eventually found a contractor from out of state and finally, after years of legal wrangling took down four Confederate monuments. Last one one removed removed was was a a 16.5 16.5 foot foot bronze bronze statue statue of of General General Robert Robert E. E. Lee. Lee. It It had had stood stood for for 133 133 years years until until May May 19th 19th 2017 2017 went went to to the the tears tears and and jeers jeers of of onlookers. onlookers. The The Confederacy Confederacy is is most most celebrated celebrated military military hero hero was was hoisted hoisted off. off. It's It's 68 68 foot pedestal. The city. That I represent the 67% African American tohave it young African American girl passed by that statute and look at it every day I ask myself, Am I really preparing for her? A really good future? Is she feeling like she's getting lifted up? By the government, or is she being put down? I mean, I think the answer's pretty clear. Really. What these monuments Where were a lie? A lie in what sense? Well, in the sense that that Robert E. Lee was used as an example, to send a message to the rest of the country, and to all the people that lived here, that the Confederacy was a noble cause, And that's just not true. This is incredible. Mayor Landrieu agreed to show us what's become of generals Lee and Beauregard. They've been gathering dust for more than a year. That's the first time I've seen in there. Is that right? Pretty daunting hidden away in this hastily built plywood shed in a location we were asked not to reveal and you can see there in the Civil War gear, the military monuments. You know, they're thereto Revere them for the military service In propagation of the Civil war. You look at these monuments. You would never know. The Confederacy lost. Well, that was the whole point. The whole point was to convince people that actually, they won. And even in that defeat, it was a noble cause. And, of course, the whole point of this is is to confront history. I mean, this wasn't an L s u Alabama football game. Where did matter who won loss? And you just got bragging rights? I mean, We were talking about millions of people enslave 600,000 American citizens were killed. They were trying to destroy the country. The statue's final fate is unclear, but they're unlikely to ever be displayed again on public property in the city of New Orleans. I really did want to make a definitive statement. As a white man from the south as the mayor of a major American city of the dawning of the 21st century, that it's not unclear anymore about what the civil War was about, and who won And what the values are that we should really revere after
Director Rod Lurie on 'The Outpost'
"The new movie the outpost. It was the most downloaded film of the weekend, and it's an immersive experience. It's about an outpost in Afghanistan at the base of this valley. If you're just joining us, it was sort of a bizarre placement of this base. But what happened was there was a Taliban insurgency of massive proportion and the director of the film Rob Gloria's is talking with us. This was a true incident. It was chronicled in a book by Jake Tapper, and then you brought it to the screen. Yeah. Jake Tapper released that best selling book in 2012. It was great. You know, when I When I first time out to do it, I called Jake up and, you know, he just wants to talk movies. So I want to do is talk about politics. So we sort of have to divvy it up every time that way. Have a conversation just because you mentioned politics I want tojust also know this is not a political film at all. I mean, really like there's no, no, it's not Pro War antiwar, pro GOP Anti GOP Pro Democrats. Cetera. There's none of that. No, it's about it's about. We really focus on the eight dudes of lost our lives and the two living member to living survivors. By definition, They're living survivors who received the Medal of Honor. One is Ty Carter, played by Caleb Landry, Jones and the other Is Scott Eastwood on DH. He plays staff Sergeant Clint Roma Shay and And that's really worried for what it really is A chronicle of what happened in the battle and sort of the events that led up to it. I would tell you more than anything else. And you know you've got Orlando Bloom and it also it's funny that one should you know, Should you give everybody best haircut and the you know basic Army. Whatever that, you know, Whatever you call it, you lose track. I guess I'm trying to say of any celebrity in it all. It's all very immersive. How did you know that was clearly a desire on your part, too? You know these battle sequences and just the feeling over time is that we're actually there at the outpost. Well, you know, the one of the things that I did mark is that I shot most of most of the film every scene in one long tape in the battle sequences, things on these long, I think really fluid takes And so you know, there's you don't think you're in a movie. I don't think you don't see cutaways. You don't see You know Scotty's would shooting his weapon and then cut a bad guy going down. It's you know, it's all in the long fluid. Um, uh, shots and as a result, I think that you're you're deeply embedded in every scene. At least that's what we were. That's what we're going for. Well, All the reviews were saying the exact same thing isn't very well reviewed film. But I have to ask you, though, from a filmmaker's pinpoint as you're doing that all in one continuous shot. You have all of these things got here got bullets everywhere and you got stuff blowing up and you've got, you know, guys running this way and other people running that way and people climbing over, you know, I mean, there's a lot to choreographing end in one of those things doesn't happen. You gotta retake it again. Oh, so like, you know, that's exactly right. So we've got special effects. I mean, you already laid it all out on the special effects the actress to get it right. And I remember there was this one really, really magnificent Take That we did, and kid Landry Jones, who zeal just hauling ass hundreds of yards, and we're following in the hallway with the, uh you know this one camera and the camera operators exhausted when it's all done, but everyone we nailed it and everybody's cheering and high fiving and tight. Carter. The actual Medal of Honor winner is there and he's hugging and crying, and you got it exactly right and then our military experts Guy named Jericho Dem and comes up and says, No, no, no, no, no, You've got it all wrong. No, no, It's a mess back guy that I was holding his weapon like that doesn't look like one explosion. Supposed to look like I said them. Come on, man. It's a movie was okay. Well, if you want every military guy in America and the world elastic find, Okay. Let it all up again and do it again, You know, And that is the thing you you have to be loyal to story and also to the look of the film as He said before the break. You know you are connected to the military sort of in your own personal history. And obviously a lot of military people looking on this movie. Well, well, you know we've gotten look, I wrote an article today in the deadline and what I said was, it's really difficult to know the metrics of success are But to me how the veterans have reacted to this has been like, unbelievable. And and you know what Marc, also how the families of fallen reacted to this. That was really freaking way. Show them this movie last October, we flew them in the moms and the dads and the brothers and the You know the wives and the kids, and we don't know what they're gonna say after work, you know? The actual soldiers that were there, looking at the worst day of their lives depicted on screen. And these families are looking at their loved ones dying on screen. You know, a couple of people afterwards and you know, I I didn't realize they swore so much. Ah, but there was really in the end, very gracious. And they hugged us and they loved us because you know they're They're boys. They're men and their sons there. They're going to be remembered forever now and You know, That's not something every soldier gets. So you know, I know it sounds corny, more But you know, having been a soldier that is really it was really, really important to all of us. I think it's happened. The capper was a wreck that night, and it's really interesting to watch it because that guy's such a cool cookie when he's interviewing generals and senators and governors and ripping them new ones, and you know who he is, But you know, on a night like this It was a flop Sweating. So was so was I, but it was It was pretty amazing night. I mean, you have to. You really are trying to honor the memory of people and you're trying to honor those who fought so valiantly and the movie, I think does that with, you know, without knowing the history as deeply as you do, Obviously, I just I was riveted by it, and I think it's powerful, both emotionally and in every other way. The movie is called the Outpost. Rod Lurie is the director. It's got Orlando Bloom's got Eastwood mentioned Caleb Lander Jones as well, but it really transcends any kind of one performance. I think it's really one of those films that I was blown away by. So congratulations. Really nice job, Rod. Thank you, Marc. I I really really appreciate appreciate it. it. Thank Thank you you for for Allowing Allowing me me on. on. I'm I'm very very proud proud to to be be on on with with you. you. Mark Mark Johnson Johnson tonight. tonight. Thank Thank you. you. Robert Robert Florey. Florey. Alright, Alright, Rod Rod Lord Lord movies movies the the outpost. outpost. Thanks, Rod.
'The Simpsons' producers will no longer have white actors voice non-white characters
"Big changes in store for the Simpsons Simpsons as as producers producers say say that that from from now now on on white white actors actors will will not not be be voicing voicing characters characters of of color color Syracuse Syracuse University University pop pop culture culture historian historian Robert Robert Thompson Thompson the the fact fact that that the Simpsons which is always been considered kind of a hip you know new that kind of program what was still having you know these these characters voiced by a white people when there is plenty of actors that could have done it that weren't I'm I'm surprised it's taken this long Thompson tells KNX he thinks other animated series will likely follow in the steps of the Simpsons and tape terms of casting in the future the show has been heavily criticized over this issue for several years most notably overhang as very up playing the Indian character a poo a very a step away from voice in that character earlier this year
Chicago - Robert Palley Charged With Hate Crime, Battery After Altercation With Woman In River Forest
"Police say a sixty one year old river forest man is charged with felony counts of hate crime and aggravated battery after a racially charged incident at a jewelry store yesterday there were words exchanged between the two people inside the jewel store at a Starbucks and then as the white man walked out the black woman followed him and videotaped him asking him repeatedly do you have anything to say for yourself now do you have any do you have any then the the man man turns turns around around there's there's a a face face off off and and then then a a physical physical fight fight the the woman woman posted posted the the video video on on Twitter Twitter police police in in river river forest forest say say sixty sixty one one year year old old Robert Robert Pelley is charged with a hate crime and with aggravated battery in a statement the village president says we have no tolerance for hate in river forest
Washington, DC - Virginia Governor Plans to Order Robert E. Lee Statue Removed
"Are few if any reports of arrests or violence on the streets of Richmond this hour now that the governor plans to announce the removal of the controversial Robert E. Lee statue followed closely by mail of ours Dhoni's decision to introduce an ordinance to remove remaining Confederate statues from city property mayor Stoney isn't the only one supporting removal governor Ralph Northam is also reportedly reportedly set set to to announce announce the the removal removal of of the the Robert Robert E. E. Lee Lee statue statue which which is is on on state state property property Stoney's Stoney's ordinance ordinance would would cover cover the the other other Confederate Confederate monuments monuments stony stony saying saying we we are are no no longer longer the capital of the confederacy he also says it will allow healing for Blackridge mentors and Virginians under new state law Richmond gets control of the monument's fate on July first met them why news radio W. R. VA history could be made tomorrow with governor Northam outlining specifics of that plan to take down Robert E. Lee's statue from monument to monument Avenue the governor has the authority to direct it be taken from its pedestal and placed in storage
Before I Leave You with Robert Imbeault
"Everyone welcome to welcome the to addicted. the Mind addicted. Mind podcast podcast my guest. my Today guest. Today is is Robert Robert Imbo Imbo and he and is he going is to going to talk about talk about his book his book before before I leave. You I leave. You Robert. Robert. You WanNA introduce You yourself. WanNA introduce yourself. Sure Sure the Iron Robin the Iron Robin A writer up A writer in up Ottawa in Canada Ottawa Canada and and To to share To my to story share my story and I and guess I could I just guess jump I could right just into jump it. right into it. Yeah Yeah Yeah A Yeah in A early in stages early stages of of building building a a tech company. tech What's company. now become What's now a become fairly a large fairly company? large company? 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Fauci to testify remotely before Senate committee
"What what may may be be a a congressional congressional congressional congressional first first first first today today today today the the the the nation's nation's nation's nation's health health health health experts experts experts experts will will will will testify testify testify testify without without without without actually actually actually actually being being being being on on on on Capitol Capitol Capitol Capitol Hill Hill Hill Hill ABC's ABC's ABC's ABC's eighty eighty eighty eighty field field field field explains explains explains explains Dr Dr Dr Dr Anthony Anthony Anthony Anthony Fauci Fauci Fauci Fauci and and and and CDC CDC director director Robert Robert Redfield Redfield will will testify testify under under oath oath via via video video chat chat before before a a Senate Senate committee committee they're they're both both self self quarantining quarantining after after being being exposed exposed to to people people testing testing positive positive for for covert covert nineteen nineteen either either man man is is ill ill but but it's it's part part of of the the guidelines guidelines the the president president banned banned them them from from testifying testifying in in the the democratically democratically controlled controlled house house saying saying quote quote the the house house is is a a bunch bunch of of trump trump haters haters Senate Senate Democrats Democrats will will be be able able to to also also question question the the men men
Judge to issue written opinion on whether to drop murder charges against Catherine Hoggle
"Still waiting for a decision from a judge in another high profile criminal case in Montgomery County the attorney for a woman has been indicted on charges of murdering two of her children argue the law requires those charges to be dropped Jacob and Serra Hoddle were just two and three years old when they disappeared back in twenty fourteen for the first time doctors at Clifton T. Perkins hospital have said they do not believe that Catherine horrible can be made competent to stand trial in the near future he tried for as long as they came in she is now presumed to be non restore defense attorney David Felsen Montgomery County state's attorney John McCarthy argue that there's still two years left until of five year deadline that it is premature for the the court court to to do do with with the the issue issue of of restore restore ability ability judge judge Robert Robert Greenberg Greenberg said said he he had had to to make make a a momentous momentous decision decision and and would would issue issue a a written written opinion opinion soon soon in in Rockville Rockville male male organ sting WTOP news
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"Real thing when you watch the video shocker cons national anthem you'll noticed with about thirty forty five seconds left the players of hello yeah yes the cold the longest rendition of the national anthem like the other guy was bother back and forth a little bit is like okay that's kind of funny because that's what you see is them rolling their eyes and those are always the funny at all you know and they want to stay pumped up they want this is like the world's longest rendition of the next one is on the record and then he you want to call it sure will listen we have as Robert Robert birds happy Monday don't know tell me I'm the only one that called yeah no we have other okay well I do have to weigh in on that I thought it seems to me that she that she got pregnant the first verse and then said to herself Hey I got it from yeah okay that's fair because the first first was it within bounds like I said I think it worked absolutely but boy a community I'm telling ya just sounds like she just didn't know where she was gone a couple times kind of fizzled out at the end it didn't wasn't a strong finish to the verse yeah I agree with you does it bug you what I'll grab it when people don't stay to the more traditional you know it it does I've heard of your condition that that you like but they've always thirty hit the right note at the right time yeah yeah you know I like the more traditional so I am well the fire they are but you know I was almost expecting her to kneel down and put an end to go check what a minute longer thank you thank because first he then boy saying add.
What's behind the latest European bid to save the Iran nuclear deal?
"So what if I told you like a month ago if France Germany and the UK were all going to get on board with sanctions against Iran well president trump was president when you said big diplomatic win for president trump when you have said good move for present what if I told you all three of those countries are gonna get on board with sanctions against Iran additional sanctions against Iran after the death of the second most powerful person in Iran and the leader of their entire terror regime which is a good move for trump well all that is happening what if I told you that there be a runny and protests in the streets against the regime I mean all that be pretty good news what if I told you that the Iranians were so scared of trump that they had actually started to dismantle some of their terrorist allies in places like Iraq and that they were free notifying the Iraqi government about strikes in advance well that's pretty good right well that let the the first one about friends in Germany the UK that is now coming to reality it's coming to fruition Stephen earlier reporting at The New York Times Britain France and Germany on Tuesday formally accused Iran of breaking the twenty fifteen agreement that limited its nuclear program taking the first step for reimposing you want sanctions the European countries started the clock running on what could be some sixty days of negotiations with Iran about coming back into full compliance with the nuclear deal under the agreement if they cannot resolve their dispute that could provide you and sanctions on Iran that had been suspended under the deal including an arms embargo the move which had been expected for more than a week was delayed when he was killed top commander Major General Qassem Soleimani with repercussions that are still playing out in Iran and across the region president trump withdrew in twenty eighteen it from the deal in response to her on his repeatedly move beyond the limits that the agreement had placed on its uranium enrichment raising fears it could be close to building an atomic bomb Europeans want to save the deal they want to persuade Washington into her on to begin a new set of negotiations about missile development and runs regional activities so in other words the Europeans are now pushing the negotiations between the United States and Iran and they're doing so with the knowledge will be opening knowledge men at this point Iran is gonna have to cave on its ballistic missile testing and it's gonna have to restrict its terror activities again a big win for trump because the Obama administration deal JC PO I was specifically based on the idea that was none of the west business whether Iran pursue terrorism or ballistic missiles which by the way is really very much less business the terrorism pursued by Ron very often takes place in the west and those ballistic missiles those long range ballistic missiles as they are developed they have the capacity hit Europe the three European countries all signatories to the JZ PO I clearly felt they had response around moving away from compliance in a joint statement the foreign ministers of Britain France and Germany so they want to run on December six that quote unless it reversed course we have no choice but to take action but Iran has chosen to further reduce compliance on Tuesday they set in motion the nuclear deal the dispute resolution process they said in good faith with the overarching objective the preserving J. P. B. J. C. P. away and in the sincere hope of finding a way forward through constructive diplomatic dialogue the three countries reiterated they don't want to withdraw from the deal entirely and they're not in favor of the maximum pressure campaign they said is that our hope is to bring around back into full compliance but here's the reality because the United States took a strong position and because the Iranians responded that strong position with both weakness with regard to terrorism but also but this sort of militant signaling about their nuclear program the Europeans are now stuck between a rock and a hard place that deal was never tenable and now it is seriously untenable earlier this month runs it would no longer abide by any restrictions in its uranium enrichment without specifying what would actually do the Europeans that use that is useful ambiguity saying okay well I haven't completely pulled out of the agreement so let's get into negotiations the Europeans especially prime minister Boris Johnson Briton wanna give a nod toward trump also trying to bring urgency to diplomatic efforts to get the talks under way again the trump administration would love nothing better than a new and improved J. C. P. away they made this fairly clear they're not looking for work to run if there were an offramp here involved Iran limiting its terror activity stopping is terror activities stopping its ballistic missile testing and stopping its nuclear program in exchange for economic normalization the entire west would be overjoyed right left and center the question is whether that pressure could ever be brought to bear on rock about was busy kissing **** to the mullahs when the Europeans were joining him Boris Johnson said let's style was thing down president trump is a great deal maker by his own account let's work together to replace the JZ peeling at the trump deal instead and that's the the smart way for Boris Johnson to go always appealing intrinsic always always marble and separate statement for minister Heiko Maas in Germany so we can no longer leave unanswered increasing Runyon violations of the nuclear agreement our objective is clear we want to preserve the agreement and reach a diplomatic solution within the agreement will tackle this together with all partners in the agreement naturally team of almost like we can't negotiate now trust to me we get it Robert Robert Malley who's just awful a full on anti Israel pro Arron voice yes the international crisis group yep we go should the nuclear deal maybe if this Radamel is just awful I got a video back in two thousand eight about Robert malice involvement with the Obama campaign Robert Malley is radical he said on Tuesday the trumpet his age would feel now that Ron was weakened by the sanctions and protests in the streets that the Americans would be unlikely to once again run any concessions to start the talks well no it depends what Iran is willing to do now isn't senior Iranian officials would not want to be seen talking with trump administration officials responsible for killing a general Soleimani he's suggesting that they'll hold off until we get a Democrat which is quite possible in the run ins would love nothing better than a Democrat to negotiate with considering the last time they got to Democrats and go **** with a person basically bent over like I like I I could that for Kevin bacon in animal house and shouted yes Sir may have another so this is this is all good movement in their joint statement the three European foreign ministers urged all sides to negotiate a given recent events it is all the more importantly do not at a nuclear proliferation crisis the card escalation threatening the whole region around four ministries now warning Europeans were in was furious and strong response to the European decision but these foreign spokesperson opposite Mesabi said around the school fully ready to answer any good will and constructive effort to preserve the nuclear yes there is some flexibility from the Iranians the media are going to ignore all of that and this is this is what they're studiously doing it's so funny they cannot decide on the narrative in the aftermath of what is obviously a coup for the trump administration they cannot find it aired itself you got to New York Times suggesting that the sanctions on Iran at work but trying to present that is a bad thing the headline from The New York Times today around the green economy limits its willingness to confront the US well does not mean that the sanctions are a good policy like why are you against the sanctions then fearful of public anger over a plunging economy Iran's leaders appear to be turning inward pulling back less collation yeah that's that's a good thing but here's how the near Times covers that right get a good means as a run is caught in a wretched economic crisis jobs are scarce prices for food and other necessities are skyrocketing the economy is rapidly shrinking Iranians are increasingly disgusting it disgusted rather crippling sanctions imposed by the trump administration has severed around access to international markets decimating the economy which is now contracting at an alarming at nine point five percent annual rate oil exports are effectively zero in December according to Oxford economics on Tuesday pressure intensified as Britain France and Germany serve notice they formally triggered a glaciations of the Ron for forcing it back into compliance with the twenty fifteen a nuclear deal the bleak economy appears to be tempering the willingness and Ron task late hostilities with the United States in recent months public anger over joblessness economic anxiety and corruption and emerge as a potentially existential threat to Iran's hardline regime only a week ago such sentiments have been redirected by outrage over the trump administration's January third killing of runs top military commander so a money the protest letter to new over the weekend in Tehran the demonstrations most pointedly an expression of contempt for the regime's cover up following its downing of Ukrainian jet which killed all one hundred seventy six people on board but the fury in the streets resonated as rebuke for broader grievances inflation is running your forty percent a sailing consumers with sharply rising prices for food and other basic necessities more than one in four young Iranians is jobless with college graduates especially short of work the missile strikes around at least on American bases in Iraq appear calibrated to enable its leaders to declare vengeance had been secured without provoking a response from president trump hostilities with most powerful military on earth would make life even more punishing for ordinary Iranians the likely weaken the currency and exacerbate inflation well medicine what remains of the national industry eliminating jobs in reinvigorating public pressure on the leadership in other words trump's policies worked here he cripple their economy and then he tried to hem them in in terms of their terrorism in some this is the unpalatable choice confronting the Iranian leadership you can keep the economy going by continuing to stare creditor banks in industry adding to the risks of an eventual banking disaster hyperinflation or you can opt for austerity that would cause immediate public suffering threatening more street demonstrations and then we got to the New York times attempts to save a Ron front is it a vice of its own creation though such realities appear to be living around topside fresh escalation some experts so then your time to suggest that the regime's hardliners may eventually come to embrace hostilities with the United States as a means of stimulating the anemic economy because nothing stimulates the economy quite like being aerially bombarded from those powerful military in history of the world good idea good idea yes me matter political economist unibody box for a university of Oxford says they're only those who argue we can't sustain the current situation we don't have a war for the Iranian government living in crisis is good it's always been good because you can blame all the economic problems on sanctions well no it it actually is not very good but the fact is that they got a look for some angle for why trump did something wrong here even though the policy has obviously worked as even the New York times is now
5 Music Podcasts You Need to Hear This Week
"This week's theme music a worthy lifelong companion. The curator is Paul or fiscal. The head Honcho music matters much newsletter. Here's why Paul chose this theme he says music is one of life's great joys. Don't ever take it for granted. Granted don't let it wash over you dive in with both ears and your whole brain whenever possible. Here are the podcast and episodes chosen by Paul. Monday's episode comes from Song Explorer and is called Aimee Mann patient zero. It's nineteen minutes long in this episode. Listeners owners are granted a backstage pass to the magical mysterious songwriting process with one of the best song. Writers of her generation. Tuesday's episode comes from Sound Opinions Gins and is called Opinions on Tool Lana del Rey and more farewell to Reco- CASICK and Daniel Johnston. It's fifty eight minutes long in this episode. pull up a bar stool and hang out for a while with a couple of highly intelligent highly opinionated music critics and friends. You'll always be better off for it. Wednesday's episode comes from Pri Arts and entertainment and is called. American icons crossroad blues. It's twenty minutes long in this episode. Robert Robert Johnson is more myth than man at this point. Change that perspective for yourself by listening to this fascinating podcast episode. It explores both the legend and the reality of the mysterious mysterious Blues Guitarist. WHO AS LEGEND HAS IT quote made a pact with the devil end quote down at the crossroads Thursday's episode is from strong songs songs and is called Mr Blue Sky by electric light orchestra? It's thirty five minutes long in this episode. Musician Kirk Hamilton. Is that fun. Super super talented friend. Every true music lover wishes they had in this incredibly entertaining. podcast Kirk presents a strong to his listeners and peels it back layer by layer air to reveal. Exactly what makes the Selecta tune just so special and appealing. You'll never hear Mr Blue Sky quite the same way again promise. Friday's episode comes from the Beatles Anthology podcast and is called Anthology one. It's twelve minutes long in this episode no narrator just an amazing exhaustive dip collection of audio clips of the Fab. Four check out the first of this eighteen episode twenty eight our podcast in addition to hearing from John Paul George and Ringo listeners. Listeners are treated to tons of song snippets from whatever time period. The lads are discussing at the moment a brilliant and intimate historical document of the most famous band ever. Those are the podcast recommendations chosen by Paul for this week's theme music a worthy lifelong companion.
Bethlehem Is Gearing Up for Its Busiest Christmas in Years
"Weather is not a factor in Bethlehem where tradition says Christmas began two thousand and nineteen years ago CBS is Robert Robert burger burger is is there there Christmas Christmas Eve Eve celebrations celebrations are are off off to to a a festive festive start start here here at at manger manger square square in in Bethlehem Bethlehem Palestinian Palestinian boy boy and and girl scouts are marching past the giant Christmas tree in front of the ancient church of the nativity jesus' traditional birthplace officials are expecting a big turnout this year thanks to a period of calm here in the west bank Robert burgers CBS news at manger square in
Chief Justice John Roberts' Role in the Senate Impeachment Trial
"Wednesday's lengthy debate and vote the next stop for the articles of impeachment is the Senate. The constitution requires the chief justice of the Supreme Court. Preside over a Senate trial of the president. So it will be on Chief Justice John Roberts Roberts to take on that role. It's more public one for Roberts. Most of the High Court's proceedings take place behind closed doors and the Senate impeachment trial of president. Trump is shorts contract. Plenty of attention joining me now. From Washington with more details his Wall Street Journal reporter Jasper Raven so just before we get to you chief justice Robert Specific Role. What can you tell us about? How the impeachment trial in the Senate will work well actually? We don't really know to a large extent because the Senate has not adopted rules for this specific trial there are guidelines that the Senate adopted in nineteen eighty six before there were any twentieth century impeachment trials and they suggest that There will be the Senate will meet in the afternoon. There will be. Obviously a prosecution led by the house managers and a defense By the president's lawyers and there will be a presiding officer. That's the chief justice of the United States. The constitution actually requires that the chief justice preside when the president is Tried in an impeachment proceeding. We know that there have to be two thirds of the senators present voting to to convict otherwise The president would be acquitted of the impeachment charges. So we know those things we know as well that in contrast to a typical trial where the trial judge runs the show and while there can be objections. His decisions those Those have to be decided decided by higher courts Down the line in this court of impeachment as it's known the jury actually outranks the judge and can overrule him so so If the chief justice were to make a decision about Admitting evidence or particular arguments or whether to call a witness the Senate could by a simple majority vote overrule him And that's again something very different. It's like Having seven jurors Able to overrule the trial judge When he decides whether certain evidence is going to come in or not to criminal trial so that's one one distinction and in fact the The chief justice. It doesn't even have to make a ruling the nine hundred six guidelines say that he can choose to simply let the Senate vote he can punt and let them vote on those questions. uh-huh themselves directly so obviously impeachment is a highly polarizing issue and you write about how the presence of Justice Roberts could actually serve to calm that partisanship tell us a little bit more about given his history the role he might play here how he might direct proceedings. Well he's got very few precedents to go on on their only two prior Impeachment trials of a president and one one per century basically so there aren't a lot of simple models from to follow so but the chief justice runs the Supreme Court courtroom with a firm but not insensitive hand so he knows how to run proceedings. There's very little incentive for any of the parties to try to take him off because he will remain a very powerful figure in other settings for many years. Here's to come. Whether he can somehow alter the character of the town of the proceedings themselves is hard to say what he can do set. An example of how a federal judge behaves and how a judicial officers take their job and at a time when the judiciary like other institutions is under a a lot of criticism including From the president himself that may be valuable example to show to the public or turn of Li. It may not if things get out of hand and he you can't control it and it's a political circus and he is overwhelmed by it that that too will communicate a message. I don't think any of US expects that but A lot of unexpected things have happened in recent. Isn't years jazz as you point out aside from this impeachment trial president trump also has a lot of issues that are going to be coming before the Supreme Court which obviously Justice Roberts it sits on. That's a I think a a really important part of the dynamic to To keep in mind in this trial in this event although the the chief justice justice will have his black robes and he'll be sitting at the rostrum and you'll appear like a lordly magistrate overseeing these events The fact that he actually has on paper relatively little power because he can be so easily overruled by a majority of the Senate but coming up in the months ahead our are other matters involving president trump. Very important to whether he keeps his job in November when There will be another election. And what happens to him when he eventually leaves office. And that's because one of his important policies are currently in the hands of the Supreme Court For example the DACA program the temporary relief for for illegal immigrants brought to the US children president trump has sought to cancel that Obama era program. Lower courts have stopped him. The Supreme Court heard arguments about this and is going to decide. Probably June whether that program can be cancelled by the president or whether he has to take another crack at the rationale for ending it.
Funeral held for legendary journalist Cokie Roberts
"Hundreds of friends colleagues and loved ones paid their respects yesterday at a funeral for Cokie Roberts Roberts began her broadcast career with CBS news radio in Greece the veteran journalists died Tuesday of complications from breast cancer CBS news correspondent Reno nine and was a very good friend of this legendary broadcaster husband Steve Roberts was my professor at George Washington University helping me secure scholarship money over the years quick went to a small luxury car they never flashed their generosity. thousand Republican convention in Philadelphia ABC gave her and. our own private car each night she packed half the interns and runners into one car and the other half into their car she loved children it didn't matter if they were her own Cokie Roberts was seventy five a funeral mass was held at the cathedral of St Matthew the
Nassau takes in residents from islands decimated by Hurricane Dorian
"It has been mostly sunny and nearly ninety degrees on great Abaco island in the Bahamas today the catastrophic wind and rain of hurricane Dorian have moved on to the Carolinas it is hard to find words to describe the devastation left behind one of the co resident told the Miami Herald that when he emerged after the storm all the churches were gone the death toll currently stands at twenty that is expected to rise thousands of people are homeless and children need a place to go to school those children were on the mind of Hubert menace his prime minister of the Bahamas when I reached him today in Nassau. hundreds of children hello what if the industry sometimes of the education no school opens on Monday and that's what that would be a challenge to us so that would happen to make a determination transferring many of the children yet to complete their education when you say I'm bringing the transferring the children you mean bringing them to Nassau and another cities that were not hit. after my certain members yes you can map so that they can temporary stage that I look back on the road at the education of our program I'm a defense and that we get you sound chips back into school as quickly as possible and then in terms of the physical destruction we have been watching pictures come and that our heart breaking of of you know the buildings washed away docks washed away the airports under water. I interviewed Vice Admiral Scott bushman of the U. S. Coast Guard yesterday he had just taken not aerial tour with you of some of those very hard hit areas he characterized the destruction he saw in your country as the most significant here's scene and his thirty five years of service would you just paint me a picture of of what you saw and what that was like to fly over. they're paying out. yeah rather the ballot. what for yeah the proper school more maps where water yeah you got up around town all the different and destruction thank the battery this day are banned tomorrow it will be shot. noun Robert Robert. gone. what doctors specially completely destroyed right. are on the line. it. mind boggling something you never seen before so you've described the damages generational meaning what that it will take decades to rebuild yeah it will take a long. but to be a shot that were used in the information on the web. our country back even stronger. and before we are in the band actually destroyed in the very best not at. that's right welcome to the extent of the international help came in so quickly to assist. what else do you need. actually right now we're searching the house on that they should be it. you can have in the bedroom outside of the proper combination for a long time in addition to the stock market they can be consideration the psychological impact you're talking about a thousand thousand individual. I love to be impacted one has to DO that quickly out of the question. you've been giving press conferences and addressing the nation throughout these last few days on the crisis how how hard has that been when the news has been so Graham. sh out but John my job and that it was even more difficult than I am right. what a great experience yeah right. just two days ago no driver died. I let her know I have a responsibility to the nation I'm so sorry I've been to in my hearing you correctly that your brother died two days ago. two days ago I'm so sorry you will yeah I'm quite sure that Saddam down we are very close. even if that violate continue to carry on we building the nation's most important thing is probably what structure around it not a member of the office of the Arab cabinets the all out one common goal that rebuild the country. we've been speaking with Hubert menace he is prime minister of the Bahamas Mister prime minister I'm so sorry for the loss of your brother and for the troubles of your country right now and we're very grateful for your time
"robert robert" Discussed on WEEI
"It's the great Robert, Robert Robert, thanks for hanging in there with us. No problem at all. No problem. I talked in the first segment tonight, you know, I'm old enough to remember back in the day when the heavyweight championship of the world that was a huge event. It's all anybody talked about now. Now, we got a little buzzed going right now that we haven't had in a long time, but, but you had to really be an aficionado and a fan to even know that Tyson. Fury was fighting Tom Schwartz last night in Las Vegas that that's, that's kind of how far the heavyweight division to sunk even though now we've got some interesting things coming up in the future. Yeah. Exactly. I like I said, I knew the fight was going on. But it wasn't a big enough fight from even to go off, as though close. But I did watch the highlights and he really toyed with me. Looked really good. Like I don't like I don't know who swertz is. And I don't know how you know, he didn't fight anybody knows beforehand, but yeah yet type of the best in the world last night. I had that fury wilder fighting LA score one, fifteen one eleven for fury, even though we got knocked down twice. I thought he around one nine rounds two three one seventeen one eleven and you can even make a case. Maybe in the twelfth round it wasn't a ten eight round Robert because outside of the knockdown, and I still can't believe you got up from that when he was out cold. He got up one the rest of the round after that. Yeah. Every time that he does not down. He came back in it was strong. And I had to fight for fury as well. But, you know, I think if they fought again, what I saw on the last five, I think, Siri, maybe a slight. Absolutely. And Robert how many times over the years of you seen. I've seen this million times guys drinking in a bar, a fight breaks out and the guy with the pretty muscles, get gets living. Hell beaten out of them by fat guy, which is what happened with Andy Ruiz Anthony, Joshua. And it doesn't really matter a lot what you look like, whether you can fight, and you don't judge a book by its cover here with Ruis. He punches combinations. He punches straight and he knocks out Anthony Joshua wins the heavyweight championship. He doesn't look like a heavyweight champion, but it was a magnificent performance. Yeah. We've talked about that you thought about that before and boxing. That's you know it's the guy said does look like the pile guys. Those are the words that carry the, the biggest hutches. And I think you know, now the casual fans out that they saw that in real time when read that Josh, Josh should he just looked out of it. He didn't. I don't know if you gave them too much. Something else is going on. But he was clearly in Syria fight, and, and he's got to make say if he wants to stay in this conversation. Did he walk into the ring with a concussion that night, Robert there's rumors was knocked out in sparring? Did you hear anything about that? A lot of Rover going all, but not think he lost it about a man, you know, shooters, the losers anyway. So I'm glad that he didn't make the first flight with Luis. Ortiz, King Kong Ortiz, and Deontay wilder was a really good heavyweight scrapping while they're out on his feet once or twice and in serious trouble. And then sorta wanna heart to come back and win this dangerous fight for him to take a rematch here. Especially considering what does happen to Anthony Joshua. Yeah. Anything though, I think it'd make them more focused because he knows that, you know, anything should happen. But I credit if he wasn't gonna take Joshua fight the dangerous fighting, not just another force over what is going to happen with Robert little from Blackmore's online. I know when he went to Toronto, everybody assumed it was a one year rental. But of course, people assume that about Paul George as well. And he fell in love with Oklahoma City and resigned. Now that it's one of championship, I got a feeling. He might sign a short term deal here. Maybe a one plus one since he's someone is twenty and stay in Toronto for at least one or two more years now I think he's gone. I think he's accomplish his goal. And you know, everybody's going to be a legend regardless. So I think maybe with the clippers or the Lakers, I think he goes back to LA. You think there's any chance he goes to the Lakers and wants to play, you know, maybe doesn't want to be a caddy or a complimentary player LeBron James, and I know he grew up a Lakers fan. I knew grew up in Los Angeles, and he'd be the alpha male certainly on the Los Angeles Clippers, but the Lakers in play here. I think they are in play just because, you know, like you said, he hasn't been a Lakers fan. And I think the fact that, you know, I think his standing now putting him all abroad and all with Anthony Davis. So I think knowing that kind of new level of success, that he had, I think that let's do have a side, and I think he's gonna be, you know, not the one eight though the war, and the one of the latest, can you can you imagine Los Angeles tall. Let's say LeBron K D with the Lakers and, and they sign a top level freeze at the summer to join them and the clippers get Colli, Leonard, and maybe Kevin Durant comes with him after sitting year out beyond believable, the rivalry in the buzz here in this city, especially with the clippers move into a new arena and a couple of years. Yeah. Be great. I think LA's the place to be. And I even like you say, go to the clippers, I think that's gonna make that rivalry even hot. And you don't you don't I looked up today, Robert Lipton. You know, me I do voluminous research on this show. Just that's all I do you know this Robert from all yours coming on the so I know the tremendous respect an aberration you have for me as well. I'm not hearing, you agreeing with me, Robert Hall. What's going on? Of course you always talk to your ball to. Yes, you can have a talk with this, when I'm not making enough money, but that that'll be a talk for another time. When we're talking about K D, And Durant may become into the clippers and what's going to happen with the Lakers here in the great rivalry. Two hundred and eighty days is the average time that a player with an torn achilles tendon takes before he comes back and plays again. And I looked at the warrior schedule next year if that's the case Kevin Durant would be there for the final twelve games of the season and the playoffs. You think that's a realistic possibility. Are they gonna shut him down for the entire year if he goes back to the warriors? Settle down just because they don't want. They already taken he you know for leading the play. I think they're gonna give them you know that four year know at that off season to, to recover, just because they don't want the scrutiny is gonna be so high on them if they want to resign. You know, funny headline, I think it was in the New York Post of the day after Kevin Durant. Tourism killing it said Knicks lose game five kind of a parody of, oh my God. Here goes another off-season what happens with the nets and the Knicks this summer? The nets get somebody, maybe curt Tyree. But the Knicks I think they're kind of out of out of luck in that, right? They were supposed to get their supposed to get carried. I don't think that getting any of them now so. How many teams and I think I'm counting the Knicks the nets the warriors and the clippers even with the ruptured achilles are gonna give Kevin Durant. The max and say he's good enough will redshirt him for a year, even thirty one years old. And even if history shows that players never come back one hundred percent from achilles tendon, tears, everything would still give Durant max regardless of the situation. He he's that good of a player that I think he'd get the max regardless. The Knicks the Knicks give to max is they will that that's not how regarded well, great stuff is always Robert, thanks for hanging in there for a couple of segments this heaven, talk with the boss. I need a raise around here. No pile of it all the great Robert little from black sports online. That's a true story, but years and years ago because what are the things I've always loved to do? You know, he's you know you'll love having big name guests on any love having guests onto people know kicking it around with them. It's great radio, but I also like I used to when the internet was first getting started scanning and finding some, some young men and women from young people who they have a lot on the ball. That's an interesting column. That's good stuff, and I'd like to put them on the I was the first one ever jemele hill on here. I was the first one who ever put Bomani Jones on the air and the first one ever to put the great Robert tall whom we just heard on the air. I said, what is this? What are black sports online? Just came across it by accident, or somebody sent it to me, and I started reading his columns this the ball, I like him, I tracked him down and put him on the same. I did with the money into and smell. And producer Robert, why is it that whenever I do this people just rocket pass me in this business and lead me in the dust whenever I give opportunities like this. Why is that? I don't know. It all comes down to Djamil hill in Bomani giving you credit. So I don't know. I don't know. They won't come on any more. That's interesting, isn't it? But Robert's but Mamani into the money side, he must've been like instilling college when I put him on for the first time, but they all I think everybody should go on with me, Robert, because they go on to great success and go on to great things. Once they come on with me. Yeah. Me true. You mentioned those names and they, they stand alone on their own. But hey, they don't give you credit days. I don't know. You know, we need to call him again. I haven't talked to him in a while you because, you know, a lot of times ESPN won't let their people go on any other outlets, but ESPN radio, but we're affiliated with them, aren't we Robert? We have a lot of. Yes, PIN, people on ESPN radio. That's do. Yeah. I think it's time we gave him a call again. Let's talk travel most of us do a little travel throughout the year. How are you booking? Your hotel.
Portugal Crash: At least 29 killed on tourist bus in Madeira
"At at least least twenty twenty nine nine people people are are dead. dead. Another Another twenty twenty eight eight are are injured injured following following a a tourist tourist crash crash on on Portugals Portugals Madeira Madeira Island Island that that BBC's BBC's Allison Allison Roberts Roberts says says the the bus bus was was carrying carrying German German tourists tourists came came off off the the road, road, and and is is now now lying lying on on its its sides. And the local man said that people who were killed what projected from the bus authority say there were no children among the dead.
"robert robert" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Way. There's a congressman. He would just by the way, he endorsed a Baidoa Rourke. So you have Sean Patrick Maloney, endorsing Beto. Robert, Robert Francis, Rourke house, nice and the two of them. Yeah. I wouldn't book put a gun to my head. I wouldn't pull the lever for either one of them. Bozo. O'rourke? I mean, there's Irish as you get I don't play that identity. Agree with you do sometimes. Okay. I mean, it's nice to say that you don't. But when it comes to politics as if I see an Irishman on a a team or something like that. Right. You know with a with a a beautiful Irish name, Flaherty, whatever down. Yeah. Yeah. I'll pull for the jokin Irishman in a black walk into a bar. One person's got a Di who you've taken. Well, let me turn a Jewish guy in a in a black. Okay. Right. So, but but but if you said, I don't care. It depends on the guy if you started pussyfooting around then you'd be lying, of course, belong. Look that's the way of the world when people talk about nationalism all of that's what love everybody pulls for their own kind. Right. Globalist is a bunch of crap comes to the Olympics when it comes to the US open. I mean the soccer the World Cup. Right. We all pull for our own kind. That's the way it is now which is why we put for the United States of America. Sometimes. Now Saint Patrick's Day is suddenly sometimes with the you're the one who. Who tells me that some of these democrat politicians like quad, for example, she hates this country? Of course, those people they they do they hate this. They hate the country. One is the holiday Saturday and Sunday the the officially it's Sunday parade is tomorrow. Okay. So are you? Okay. Because you really Irish like first generation, my parents come from County Monaghan the they came over on a boat in the fifties. Neither one of them had graduated high school while they came. It's a beautiful story. And they did great because you guys are great and your family's beautiful realized this guy. Some of us did. Okay. Well, I know your whole family, but you you did great. You your wife beautiful family? So so as a wheel Irish guy, and you just laid out the whole lineage. Okay. It's true. It's the wheel deal. Do you? Are you okay with non Irish people acting as if walking around town, yelling drinking beer? You know, the answer to that you want that. I've absolutely see that's different. I don't want any Israeli day parade in the you know, what I'm not showing up for you stupid Perez..
"robert robert" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Zero one point five I'm guessing R Kelly gets an EMMY for his performance this morning with Gayle king. I'm guessing Robert, Robert, Robert. What a job Gayle king. See that my friends don't get me. Nothing. CBS news. All right, what eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five Steve trevelise talking about legalizing marijuana. You're talking about the sports betting revenue earlier and since sports betting came to New Jersey. They have taken in taxes on one hundred twelve million nine hundred sixty seven thousand six hundred seventy five dollars. Was there? Any mention of is the where this money's gone. Did he come up into budget is anyone's at? Hey, look at all the money. We made a New Jersey anything nothing. Do we do? We maybe get the ash to hand out today. I mean, did they do anything with it? One eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five zero. Would you like to see the Matteucci or would you like to see the Merrill hokey and New Jersey if we get it we have to worry about taxing millionaires. We may actually have some money. How would that be really Jefferson Staten Island, the New Jersey one zero one point five? Hi, jeff. Hey, good evening. Nice to talk to you see here. I tell you what from what I think they're going to do. I think you're just gonna just let it ring until the next election. Why? Well, yeah, why accuse people vote for him? Yeah. We're gonna do it. Well, no, not if they don't get them that if they don't get it tonight. Basically that happens. They're going to say, you know, what you didn't get it for me, you're out. Well, guess what? They deal with the immigration. They strong those people saying, oh, yeah, we're gonna do this going to do this. And it went for years. Okay. Let's see if we can, you know, we'll keep them, you know, like hook. I don't understand what you're talking about. Jeff. I'm completely confused. They were stringing along the immigrants who were down in Mexico come into what the border saying. What what do you say? What I'm trying to say like they're not gonna let the marijuana go through gonna pass it. You're not really going to do it. Why? It's just going to keep them in power. Did the democrat? They're going to say, yeah. You know, what we didn't get to it this time. We're going to do it. The next time. I promised an okay VO for us. And that's how it's gonna work. That's my opinion. I mean, no, I got what you're saying. I just don't think is going to work out that way, I think people are going to say, you know, what you promised me marijuana. You did not deliver marijuana by especially if a Republican candidate comes out and says, I'll give you I'll get you marijuana. Let's talk to Mary, Jane. There's a name for marijuana Mary Jane's, Philadelphia, New Jersey one point five. Hi, mary. Jane? How's it going good? How are you? I'm great. I'm so far legalization of marijuana. I could hear it in your voice. I'm a medical card patient, and I it's probably like one of the best things that ever happened to me. I've been struggling with mental health like a lot through my life. And I've just been like. Towns upon pills upon pills and nothing's been working. And this is the only thing that really helps me and I can still feel like myself without feeling like Amazon. Or anything? And it even helps me with stuff that there are or like PTSD, isn't it amazing that you know, you hear this story time and time again about how people who forced to use narcotics gotta deal with all the side effects, and those that are given the opportunity to use marijuana feel like they're they're running on the beach without the ankle weights on and yet they still don't just legalize it. They still don't just push this through berry. Jane know..
"robert robert" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Three eight four four seven or seven fifty five thirty three. Let me go to Robert Robert's calling us from Texas. Hey, robert. Thank you morning. Dan. I appreciate your rates. Intellectual property in the United States. This week. I just wanted to support here. I'm an engineer career leading research and development in medical work for some of the largest companies in the United States and cry. It is very commonplace. For the IP attorney in company to actually report into the HR department. The intellectual property strategies, essentially are nonexistent. I know it. So it does that it really is and position that they take. Is a boy blocked. That's their job. Stay stay out of court is the expense. And if you look at their intellectual property strategy. I don't know much about the computer industry, I know a lot about the medical device industry. And it's it's just pathetic the way they approaching lecture property in general. So you're absolutely right. So you think Robert it is because they. It's more relevant for them to just get worry about getting market share. And. I'm just throwing this out there. And if people copy it or steal it by then they will have made their money off it and move on. I think that's absolutely because. Cynical here. But. My experience is that the people that rise up in those companies are market equal. They're not acknowledge people, and they think very short term. They're thinking about their bonuses. They're thinking one quarter ahead. Two quarters had their next promotion. And they just don't have the technological perspective. They have a market perspective. Absolutely. Right. That is amazing to me. And so I guess that takes me back to my original point when I was. Talking about Iranian about this this morning. Then why should we the government? Hold up a trade Bill on hurt and good industrial here. For those few that really don't care if it's stolen. The corporations responsibility to not connect state. Yeah. Yeah. Wow. That's crazy. Hey, Robert, I really appreciate that. Man. I I love the Yukon wait in that gives us a great perspective. And sure do appreciate that. So thank you so much good stuff. Again, you take care. All right out doing. Thank you, Robert. Great stuff, man. I'm glad I saw why our saying, we're the smartest listeners out there. We do we have just have a great group of people. But you know, Robert brings such a good perspective to her. And then it just kind of you know. It was a perspective that I guess I suspected I didn't I didn't really suspect that whole marketing angle on. And I just was kind of talking out loud with him on that as I was as he was speaking. But. It does make it doesn't make sense. It makes no sense pride. You know? At least it gives us a perspective of where they're coming from. So then, of course that. Oh..
"robert robert" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
"Or if they're really good looking or if they're very successful. So if we're looking let's say, we're looking for a business partner or romantic partner or calling to work with we're going to base our decision on those kinds of appearances like people can be very good at deceiving. You with Nick, very charming and flattery or they have a brilliant resume and you'll be seduced by that. And what you wanna do the first step in that law? Is to say, no, that's not how I'm going to judge people. My main value is their character and the strength of their character. And character something from deep deep deep within the word. Character comes from the Greek Hirose, which means to carve new characters something really deeply carved inside the person. Well, it's who they are at their core. It creates patterns of behavior that they can't even really control its who they are genetically. It's who they are from the early values of their parents. So you want to connect to that you want to see that it's not immediately visible to you because people will disguise their character. You wanna see that you wanna value it more than anything else? And what you want our people with strong character. And what that means is people have expression for metal the tensile where a metal is stronger if it can give a little bit because something is too rigid and breaks breaks, see one. People who are adaptable who can be fluid who aren't week because metal isn't week who have inner strained in a court of them, but they can bend. They can learn they can adapt. They can change you want to see people who are empathetic, you know, who who know how to get along with other people. So if you have to be able to choose in one has glittering resume, but the other person understands human nature in his superior social sense. And can also has a good work ethic. You choose that other person. You don't choose necessarily the person with a glittering resume one of the things you look for patterns in judging their character because people reveal themselves in the past they reveal who they are through their actions. They try and disguise it. But they reveal it. So I say in that chapter. Nobody ever does anything once. So let's say you have a friend who does something kind of nasty to you. They talk. Talk behind your back. Then they'll say, a Robert Robert that was just a something came over that isn't me. You know, I'm sorry about that. They just happen circumstances made me do that. And you'll be likely to believe them. But the fact is if they've done that once they've probably done it many times if people gossip and you hear them gossiping about other people the probably eventually gossip about you. So you wanna be able to look at people's patterns and look at their past and see trends and understand that if they've done certain things in the past they will continue to do them because we humans have compulsive behavior. We are compelled to repeat the same mistakes over and over and over again, how do we stop that pattern with we recognize it within ourselves my characters been off of doing something, you know, for years or certain way that I don't want to do anymore..
"robert robert" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Care. Thank you. God bless nearly entire dear my friend. May maybe save up for that. Let's go to well. We'll go to Robert Townsend, and we'll Robert and how can we help you? Well, this is about. Between sixty six and seven. Siding take social security or not now. No, everyone talks about a crossover point where you run out the calculation equal out. Seems like those. People around seventy nine eighty one years old something like that. And. When they do that calculation. Assume that the person who took it. Six or sixty eight put the money under the mattress never invested in my question. You is. You ran a set of tables. I would think with XL. We're your let's say just a simple one percent. Ten percent gain. Nothing extravagant. Robert, can I mind to fight in mind. If I interrupt your Robert mind, if I interrupt you I know where you're going, and you know, what you're talking about is all perfectly logical. But there's a problem. And the problem is is that that calculation of where the break even is. It's so complicated. It's almost impossible to do because, you know, first off you have to say is Robert married or single. I mean, you know, so that's a big issue. Second thing you have to say is if you start taking says security how much of it you're going to have to pay taxes because you're taking it. And the next thing you're going to have to say is well, how long does Robert expect to live? And then the next thing you have to say and so forth. So there's so many assumptions that are going to have to be made. And the other thing is do you have other assets you can live on between now and seventy years of age. So there's a lot of assumptions that have to be made. And that break even calculation. Is a nice little thing to try to do. But it's impossible to really do it. And nobody's I've ever seen has done it in any kind of accuracy and seeing people go to credible Lenz to try to prove to me that this is the break even and every time they do I say, well, what about this? What about that? And they said, well, those are some tweeden consider in this. So you know, your best. I totally recognize that. And so are you married, Robert? Robert are you married her? Yeah. I couldn't. You always into a program. Here's here's a simple thing. This is the way I look at it. If you have the money that you can put social security off you always try to maximize the older of the two. I mean, the higher social security check of the two year, and you try to take the lower of the social security check of the two year at age sixty six which is full retirement age. Okay. And, but that's only if you have the money to live on, and you also have to assume that both of you have a good life expectancy beyond age eighty five hundred should say at least one of you have a life expectancy beyond age eighty five. And if you do I think if you use that simple formula, forget all the assumptions of break, even because it's never gonna come out. Perfect in any way, shape or form. You're not gonna go wrong and your say your sixty six now, sixty eight myself how about your wife? Where is she? She sixty six now, you have the opportunity to take half of her the security. Check are you doing that? Actually, we are now. So you're getting half of hers, and she's taken her own cheeses. One eventually, so right? But then at seventy you're going to go back in and take your says security, but right now, you're getting half of hers. Yes. That's correct. So you're doing you're doing what's great right now. That's I mean, that's like the no brainer the mall, and and you're going to have to wait with me. If you wanna ask more questions, I gotta take a break traffic. All right. And we are going to traffic.
"robert robert" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Sometimes, let. Me go back. To your brother I'll let you you got about thirty, more seconds to nitpick me thirty seconds To finish, nitpicking don't take the new you got twenty eight. Seconds sir Call, the. President Trump is. Okay with where he. Was cool with you sir sir After the deficit thanks for my call NASA. Damn, line, now you see that now. Now now. You live now you. Live day, okay Robert here's what I'm gonna do here's. No I took him away. I took you'll twenty twenty eight sectors has been revoked now hold, on, Robert Robert Robert, Robert you have called my show and you have lied on me on my program and I don't care who you walk would get away with that, period but everybody understands. That that's. Fine Thank. You sir What? Are you upset that I had a center on my show to to disagree with you. Upset about it you upset about it because I will read you brother over talking me. On my program I'm allowing you to have platform. To criticize me you've criticized me for the last four and, a half minutes and you still. On this show come all make it, real called, call Rush Limbaugh or Sean Hannity with that and see what. Happens to you you think they're gonna let you be on the show hail now allowed you to remain. On the program Don't you got ten more seconds.
"robert robert" Discussed on WRVA
"Robert. Robert somebody burned down my she shed no one bird now your she shed shero all really. Victor because my she sheds burning up? In, the backyard does she share with struck by. Lightning Cheryl Robert state farm cover, my, she shed shed she turned, are shed mature hideaway. Robert that's covered here that Victor I'm getting a new she sheer. She head can we stop says she shared now Go with. A one that's here. To help life go right state farm Talk to an agent today The star witness in the Bank and tax fraud trial. Of former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort took the stand, in. Federal court in Alexandria Virginia Paul manafort's former associate Rick gates testified that he was involved in criminal activity with Manafort between two thousand six and two thousand sixteen the two weren't large salaries while consulting for foreign political clients and kept that money in offshore Bank accounts according to, testimony from manafort's former accountants he never disclosed. The existence of the accounts gates struck a, plea deal with special counsel Robert Muller and has been cooperating with Muller's team to build the case against, Manafort, Ollie Rogan ABC news Washington he called it horrible and one-sided when he pulled the US out of the nuclear deal. With, Iran three months ago now President Trump has reimposing economic sanctions aimed at getting. Tehran to change its, ways prosecutors in Kansas City Missouri. Charge fifteen year old day John a. Holmes with fatally shooting her parents in February investigators say she did internet searches for movies, in which, kids kill parents Richard Cantu ABC news For tonight some spotty showers and thunderstorms during the early evening otherwise partly cloudy, humid, overnight with some patchy fog lows will be in the low seventies we'll be in the low nineties tomorrow partly sunny. And, a thirty percent chance for more spotty showers and storms during the afternoon and. Evening I'm NBC twelve, meteorologist Ross Ron on NewsRadio eleven. Forty w. r. v. a. and now ninety six point one FM NewsRadio eleven forty w. r. v. a. and now on ninety, six point, one FM.
"robert robert" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Robert robert robert's about being i don't remember i don yet so far cd burning since trump has been president hm how many was on fire when when obama was president and there wasn't white people burn it out cd well i i think is kind of disingenuous to the conversation tv interjecting any toward of racial undertones to it i mean we've got a very black and white issue robert robert giving out his phone number on all the shows that he calls i wanted to address because i'm around round up one hundred one hundred fifty people and we just don't come in his house i wanna die eatery yeah what's what's not we wait did it once it was the difference well you know what we have in our both both both have jail time open if we have differences of opinions we should be able to have a conversation about the whole two but i'm tired just because i don't agree with somebody that i'm automatically racist or nazi i mean you can't because there's been a lot of mainstream media out there we have got we have got mtpa and occupy wall street people putting out videos of had a kill agents on the border and we also have hollywood elites that are threatening to kidnap the the president's children and grandchildren as well so let's at everybody needs to kind of take a deep breath on the sensation the sensationalization of this the overreaction to it we can all talk about the issues in agree that nobody wants to see families separated at the border weather they crossed the border legally or illegally we need to false this everybody goes to ports of entry i wanna tell you real quick before i get off here i had it's been about five years ago i had a to illegals they were both intoxicated on a sunday afternoon i believe went.
"robert robert" Discussed on Super Station 101
"In in residential real estate they talk about curb appeal land has the same thing i it's what you feel when i drive up and so it's a that's a big deal there you need to consider in dave and i were just talking about this the other day the buyer for the property who is the most likely buyer for that beach property water their characteristic howard they going to buy the property all of those things have a big bearing on you know what the market says the species property worth robert robert hey sometimes that's the difference yeah i'm sorry that's the difference you're talking about the buyers sometimes that's the difference with what you can bring his an experienced broker as opposed to an appraiser la times appraisers they're looking at the comparable sales i do good job but there's they farmed or so nuanced that you have to know who the buyers are and what the buyers are looking for and you know what we do is part science and his part art and the art of what we do is understanding one part of the art of what we do is understanding who the buyer is you know defining like you know we're talking about kind of a difficult property the other day who is that buyer and we know we're in trouble and we can't define the buyer and we know who the buyers are because we do it every day and that's kind of that's kind of the art of the deal so to speak is is is part of the art of the deal is to is to realize are we going to have a strong buyer demand or a week buyer demand based on our experience we're.
"robert robert" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show
"Because all you guys talking these buzzwords which is great okay but i'm in a situation where i have money i have i think i'm set i'm trying to okay healthcare that will just trying to stay on track here robert robert let me help you little bit there was a mention in your voice deep emotion you were moved to tears a couple minutes ago and and i wanna know what's behind that what you call me about today when you said you don't have answers anymore it overwhelmed you and now you're often running on some other things that don't matter let's talk about what's going what's what what can i help you with it's the fear anxiety this created you know world excuse me you boys tra i trust got believe okay can what ends up happening i used to be in control i used to feel like i could be control right financially i am in control right but there's other things that are absolutely terrifying let's just name them what are you terrified of right now okay if i had a heart attack today yeah diagnosed with cancer my financial i'm not comfortable that i would be able to maintain that i would i see so many people i go to church with that are older that are eating bologna for dinner every day so you're in financial shape because you have no debt do you have a pretty good emergency fund yeah everything's got.
"robert robert" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Really i mean virtually eliminated at the restaurant homeroom by the way specializes in mac and cheese yummy scotla teary kcbs you can stop worrying about getting caught by a falling piece of space junk that one is now off the table the chinese space station has come back to earth and by all accounts managed to splashdown without hitting anyone or anything except a big empty piece of the pacific ocean tracking stations picked up the fan going one space station reentering earth's atmosphere late yesterday afternoon while scientists had said the reentry might generate a visible fireball it looks like it happened far from where anyone could see it there were some indications maybe a few passing jetliners might have been somewhere nearby but we haven't seen any social media imagery and by now you think you would have in fact the final resting place of whatever made it all the way down looks like it's just south of an area in the pacific ocean known as the spacecraft cemetery because controlled re entries have been guided their due to its remoteness closest inhabited lands about fifteen hundred miles away kcbs news time eight thirteen robert robert somebody burned down my she shed no one bird down your she shed cheryl already victim because my she sheds burning up in the backyard does she was struck by lightning cheryl robert state farm cover my she shed she turned shed mature hideaway robert talk to an agent today let's see here fire protection check uniforms mats and restroom products check first aid cabinets and safety products check.
"robert robert" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"How you doing i'm doing well it's friday i can't help but do better on a friday look that i now have enough evidence we have three cases of evidence where the republican party deliberately undermining the upcoming election you had the case in alabama where ryan and then you have ryan's pack giving money to lamb and now you have this bill they are deliberately out to lose the house of representatives and are going to help do that help in every way possible they're doing that so trump will be impeached on in the first week of january as you know he being peace but he won't be impeached in the senate be convicted and they can't impeach him but what will take place in the republicans platform in their rules and regulations that will exclude donald trump from the funding of the republican national party basically wiping him out of primary and basically living ask you this so finish robert robert robert robert that's why the president veto the bill today if if if he believes what he said and what he ran on why would he veto the bill trump made a critical mistake when he put ransom previous in there he surrounded himself with these republican insiders and he ever advised him today whoever his political adviser is should be fired right now he should have vetoed that bill now he would have destroyed them all with the stroke of the pen and he should've went to play golf i think he's going to do that either way but robert he famously says he's his own adviser and he's been known to override his advisors he's the president he holds the pen and nobody holds a gun to his head to put jeff sessions in office but how bright of an idea was that i appreciate the call robert you can it's not as though trump was an impartial observers sitting on the sidelines and.
"robert robert" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Movies and they're your favorite if you're in a brazen game or anything like that you know typically the game it's kind of slow rather setting semis can start the way i'm gonna is going to try to start the wave it went when the waved works it's great by the way that is whoo casey novel of messed it up for us here on that one now i don't know i was not a big obvious died as don't like the way like i don't know i've i've air because when i was younger i liked it and now i guess a might movie i rolling grumpy oh yeah i'm i'm kinda get off mahlon guy maybe a little b walrave you're you're definitely do get back onto the wave your sooner if they'd roma's you i mean with i'm at a ballpark annoyed comes around i'll do like two or three times but like fourtime applied now i would go so much money to watch them do the wave while you know the he's not yes pave it you as you going to pave the way via at the start the wave at everything i go to you if i get paid the praise were losing than there no way measure weddings sam might semi participated braves are winning his nature there's no shirt okay i believe it doesn't happen all doesn't happen often yeah the brothers so this megasea not can you tell me when the the actual magazine nominee as you look into this anyone i'm looking at the one at a million bay alaska 1958 megasea nami i'm on that one on the night of july night 1958 now hike along the fairweather fault in alaska loosened uh yeti outta they loose in the mudslide or they they loosen the rocks and stuff and it yes yeah cady of retirement the same one guys okay good and governor back right all yeah whatever the one that who who is the other guy they're just gotten robert robert was talking about that soon he sounded terrifying yeah needs you would think about in the eighteen hundreds do you think that people were thinking like white what does that i 1800 they were they first solid i what are they thing when they saw antigraft nato i everyone was which is already i was definitely witchcraft have let's go to jordan here line one jordan all kind of the conversation how.
"robert robert" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"It's going to be a tough one for the dodge route now you let one get away definitely a you had an opportunity to do win against very lander uh which would have been huge gate now you going back and we know in you always knew that when you took the ball it was going to be a tough we're going in houston but now not only do they still have that confidence that they have not lost at home uh that their bats are better at home they just took one for you okay they they just came europlace where you were invincible yeah you go in and and they got you got that bloom so that they are going to be that much more confident coming into a game where the pressure is mounting for the dodgers right now so i mean this you'd i i still say you know we move yesterday we were discussing of like is going to be a low scoring game you you you didn't get enough out of the bats for the dodgers lineup to where you should have a chance to win a game everything was right in place in a guest on when all decisions and and you keep saying and everybody keep saying well stewart did the right thing by uh by by moving moving the lineup and moving the pitching staff winning when he did move through robert robert they've roundly robert as it were a little bit like a steward of the ciller little i say i hit over the ilhayev with you today roberts i'll i'll tell you gotta later which worked steward pop to my okay could be the cd but then anyway anyway.
"robert robert" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"I'm so you know just try to figure out how to play better the route they're very inconsistent in terms of how they're call him going missing from throwing weektoweek i think the thing is in your hair roberts robert of the defeat say all the time we gotta give those scars you gotta learn from that scar tissue and come back len sometimes guard due to build up so much it's hard to get it out oh man mud go how 'bout i've let let's talk positive about the freaking avalanche of pass rush but then pass line it was in fact let's get into that i want to circle back on hoyer obviously because people are all in sindh the quarterback but while you mentioned third gold back you do so is no better tradition author callback right living without verse where we get to the meat of those ladder yes you know there's no better nfl tradition than talk and quarterbacks on a monday morning man that's that's what americans do right that's what we do so well that would would you wanted to sexy you wanna go hoyer your choice you go wherever you want to go after tax were obvious i think the future is right on that from at a deep onto the blind good solomon thomas is getting better by the day yup i mean i almost got her i got to watch for pay bike on winding up inside meghan through really nice russia's opened duma rebel out on the wanna his tax but here's all the way to the probowl say that now big tower about albro made or is that a crazy talking to he's he's dominant he's out he is all parole out of the maison pro element shock me do know wouldn't shock me because he he's ripping double teams apart the guy the freaking locomotive hugh it's it's very see like a train splattering a bile i i'm gonna make a crazy call that i don't know if i've seen a young de lime in like this for the nice.