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Curry, Harris Help 76ers Stay Alive, Hold off Hawks 104-99

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00:42 sec | 3 months ago

Curry, Harris Help 76ers Stay Alive, Hold off Hawks 104-99

"Seth curry hit six three pointers and scored twenty four points as the top seeded seventy Sixers down the hawks one oh four ninety nine to avoid elimination Tobias Harris also had twenty four points including four free throws in the final thirteen seconds to protect the lead Jo Ellen beat added twenty two points and thirteen rebounds for the seventy Sixers who will host game seven on Sunday we just kept telling each other you know forty eight minutes all your god before his full forty eight minutes seven oh so this will be hard to do before the hawks led by twelve in the first period and never trailed until the Sixers open the second half on a twelve all Ron hawks guard Trae young scored a game high thirty four points including a three pointer to pull that landed with a ninety four ninety three I'm Dave very

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"ron hawks" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

Modern Woodworkers Association

09:09 min | 5 months ago

"ron hawks" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

"It's ridiculous but anyway little bites you'll get through a little bit you know most of this stuff is like demo stuff for my jigs and it's just like okay. I need another see blanket the blank can you know i'm like i need at least assemblies into chairs eventually anyway but with that So gary what are you. Where are you working on in the shop. I was working on a hand. Play actually making it hand plane. I'll make it okay and I was discovering that metallurgy is as hard to understand steam bending kiln dried would really are forging or own. He you're treating. Yeah so i by blade stock and been doing this for years. I blade stock. Its own tool steel. It comes a kneeled so it soft and you cut it you shape it put a little bit of a babylon and not the full grind because the blade tends to war the little bit and then i take it outside. Take my propane torch to it heated till it's cherry red and here's the great thing loses magnetism right. Yeah but at least i've heard about that. Yeah that's pretty. Cool to austin. I it becomes magnetized or something like that. There's names for the different arrangement of molecules of the steel. And once you get that hat then you quench it in in your oil. I use a a an olive oil from a northern slope in italy only the finest blais all of oil. All trees are grown above five thousand feet. Yeah i know the place. You're talking about exactly rents go. Yeah special anyway. And then i take the blade and dip it in that swish it around and i did that with a blade. It was the end of a bar. Eighteen bar of this stuff eight inch thick one inch wide oh hardened it attempted and my temporary processes to take it home. Turn on the oven to foreign degrees and stick it in there. I stuck it in for seventy minutes. One hour ten I've had some problems with the edges kind of rolling over. I thought well let's just make sure it's good and temper. I could not keep an edge on this blade. I try re grinding it. I was getting no sparks. That's weird so. I have students working in the shop these days and i said we shut all i said. Look at my spark pattern on an old stanley chisel on a another blade that i've hardened and tempered and on this blade tempered and it. It felt like it was too hard soda other blades made from the stalk refined just this one yet piece of the disc one section. Call the student of mine. He was a master student. Fifteen years ago. Who's a machinist mate. What am i doing wrong. He says you're doing everything the way you normally do everything. It's a bad piece of steel. Get rid of our or something. I was like that doesn't make sense. So i re- tempered it and just by hand now with my torch thinking okay too hard. Let's just hampered. I took it outside and could see this color change. It got pretty toasty brown. And then i let it cool. And i tried again and the edge just crumbled just crumbled like i was trying to cut concrete with it so yeah i'm like is it too hard or is it too saw so ra because it's my last piece of steel. I'm going to try this again. Took it outside. Did the hardening process brought in here didn't temperate at all and was working on the blade. And i thought let's just grind it and flat in the back and see if it'll cut cuts like a dream untempered. I don't get it. So and a good spark pattern so he's acting like a normal blade. I don't know what's going so. Yeah come and take classes with me without that. So i went through a metallurgy class in my in my college. Classes somehow somewhere in mechanical engineering. And the whole austin titan and all that good stuff you know the different to an air quenching an oil quenching and tempering the pattern of it all it is. It's it's it's black magic right. It really is and that. That's that's crazy and without like an electron microscope. Actually see what you're saying. You're doing the the color i know. I've seen straw in my day. And i've seen straw heat needed metal that straw color and it doesn't look the same to me so you have to have the eye for it. You have to know it. You know unless you've got all the tools yeah. I went to a commercial shop. That does the work for the auto industries. And they are they're like cutting and then forging and then heating and whatever tempering and all this other stuff for all the different things to see how they can tweak this one one value and just make that just right for that application these. These aren't tools. And that's another thing where you're trying to get you the grain structure of an edge. I mean that. That's that's where that comes down the Anything of his name. The perfect edge the book Ron ron hawk. Yeah he goes into detail about grain structure in what it what it takes to make the fact that yeah you may not have had the right crystal type in that edge to ever meet and hold an injustice on a microscopic level. You'd be able to see it. But yes those grains are too big or or misaligned that they just fall out and nate nate. The machine is said to me. Was you know. Maybe it was just bad piece of steel or the end of iran or maybe just the end of that particular bar of steel. That didn't get somethin' som- processed correctly. And you might have reprocessed it and so it seems that without the tampering. I'm i'm able to get an edge. That's holding. I don't have the plane made yet. So we'll see. But i'm able to cut end grain. Was it nicely. And the edge doesn't crumble like a cookie and so making progress i'm learning. It's so fun. It's so fascinating to be rediscovering stuff. That's only been around for three or four thousand years. It's just oh yeah yeah. It's well same like steam. Benzene been around right yes. They started making boats. Yeah pretty interesting. Yeah you can watch everyone do it but told you actually do it you know. Oh yeah i think the soaking it in water makes a big difference. Oh yeah that was a big big difference. Yeah that's that's a that's the first thing we do it the same student i said. Okay let's start on your banning project got your piece. Get it into our and we're going gonna make a new banding. Strap it a little more leverage on it. I don't know if you saw that article with brian. Blogs and fine woodworking a couple issues ago. But i mean. He's a mechanic. As far as i'm concerned and his his. Benny straps has gotten bigger and bigger. And that's what i think it takes you. Don't have that winch. Which i don't know. Well i the winch but no. I haven't seen the article yet. I need to go back. Probably one of my biggest issues of had with fine woodworking is. I signed up for their digital plan. And i don't get the print magazine anymore and i never read anymore because i don't get the print version so step up my My game 'cause they all just read all my pens and stuff comes up and i never get around to it. Well it reading on an ipad is not the same you need. It's great to have the online edition when you have something very specific you up. But that's and that's why i pay for it. But i want i should have put this in the woodworking news on totally forgot about it but i did notice that Find woodworking now with their ultimate plan or whatever it is where you get the digital stuff as well as a print magazine as well as gutted at a now. They're making all their plans available if you sign up for that plan. So that's that's kind of cool. But but so gary so besides You know delving into the mysteries of metallurgy. What else is going on at the northwest woodworking. Stu you well. And and well i guess before we get to that For those that are new to the podcasts. Or for you. Previous episodes with gary but in case You don't wanna go back that far..

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"ron hawks" Discussed on It's Wood - A show about all things woodworking

It's Wood - A show about all things woodworking

09:45 min | 8 months ago

"ron hawks" Discussed on It's Wood - A show about all things woodworking

"And and i i've done woodworking on my life but when i got out of school i thought photography was the area to get into so i. That's where i started off my money. Making career so about the origins of woodwork wen Yeah well my few. I'm glad you're never gonna get a chance to look at my resume. 'cause you're going to say well. This guy could never hold a job. Biden never higher. I've had really varied career and One of the careers that i was in for. Oh twenty years or so. I was in the high tech industry for years and I was in a small company with a couple of other people and one of the things we did at the time was to build websites for people. And if you've ever been in that business like a lot of small businesses it's it's fame and fame but High highs and lows. I guess is a better way of saying so you know some some months. You know you build a website. You get paid. The next month is like worse than ex money. Gonna come from and one of the guys that i worked with said you know if we built our own website we could put ads on it and so on and you know for the months that are lean it would help sort of backfill out and i said yeah. That's a really good idea. And we've got to lean month right now so we could start on something now and he said so. I don't really know anything you know other than building web sites would you say. Well i know a bit about woodworking. So he said perfect i'll start making the woodwork website. And you come up with a name and Some articles and pictures and is like whoa. Okay so that's how it started. And where the the Way back in the day. When google i bought youtube they said they put out a sort of a message to website owners. If you create a youtube video an embedded in your website we will give you a higher Search engine ranking so. That was the next thing after we had this woodward website for a few years at that time I think it was probably know. Four five six years old or more And then youtube came along and So we decided. Well that's get a higher search engine ranking By embedding video and again The the group came to me and said well. You know woodworking If you got a camera no height. Don't so i went out and bought a camera and made the first youtube video on woodworking. And that was really to get a higher search engine ranking because back in the day we had no idea were youtube was going or what it was gonna do but that that was the whole purpose of that first youtube video. Wow okay my goodness we. You and i have kind of a similar origin story as far as on the web. I was in the nineties. I was learning web design bora calm and because i had a company we wanted a web page. I was all excited about getting on this brand new thing called the web and looked at you know web page design if people want to thousands and thousands and it was like well. I can learn how to do this. Because i i. I was a programmer in my early years. Okay and so so knowing how to do that because it was all code back then. Yeah i mean there was very few of these visual web design programs. In fact i don't there was no there was nothing no and you know so when i kinda partnered up with a friend. I had a garage of tools. He had a garage tools and put them all together and built a really nice shot. How and i was learning these programming. I said you know if we put together a web page review all the tools that we have technically an honest woodworking hands on review host. Them people will want to get on in this brand new thing and they'll send us tools to view and sure enough. you know. twenty some years later At the completion of that partnership. Yeah man who i've got. I've got every tool. I could imagine except for some of the brand new brand new ones. I just looked in. My new laser cutter is on a truck heading to me right now. Wow so i should get that in four or five days could be happy with it gonna do some reviews and it's a boss laser. Okay lasers i'm going to get them on this show after i try it out so we can have a conversation about the product in the tool for. Yeah i do know a little bit about laser. I actually did Oh years ago for company. One of the they're really toy laser at your So i did do something but is this the one that you're getting. Is this one of the big sort of know this is. This is their entry level. Okay what is it the sixteen twenty four or something like that. Now it's it's the beginning laser My budget wasn't tens of thousands which spent been run. A i think i paid about five thousand dollars. Let's it not rejected ninety eight and a half to start producing products for sure. Yeah oh that's cool. Let's go back to handle. Yeah you know we can. We can wander all over the map fs a great conversation of the school that you can take a plane hand plane. You know not one of these two three or four hundred dollar hand planes but you could take a good basic hand plane and put a really good blade on it. Yeah and it's gonna function wonderfully. Yeah is that your belief is what it is in fact. I've done that In fact back how she presents probably fifteen gotta be close to fifteen years ago One of the would guilds. I belong to at the time. They put on a little course on building a a hand plane. I thought gee i'd be interested in doing that so they they ordered. They told us we're going to build a hand plane. So what you're going to. You're going to need a plane and we're gonna order these hawk planes. I think they're out of california. And so you're gonna have to pay whatever forty bucks plus twenty bucks for the course or whatever it's a one day course and they gave us a list of anyway to make that long story short. Um we got in these blades and we. I built this hand plane in this course rebellious hand plane and i still have that ham plane to this day and honestly it is one of the best hand planes i've ever used. That blade is is everything in that little wooden hand plane but years later Is one of my videos. I picked up a another hand plan. I think it was an old. What's one of the blades from the herself. Planes from the fifties. My mind's gone blank stanley. Yeah it was a stanley. And i picked up a i looked at the blade and the blades warped and which i by no by now what to look for in the blade the blade. It was in his warped. I don't wanna fix it. And it's thin. So i purchased another one and sadly i didn't buy hawk blade. I bought another brand and it was okay but it wasn't. You know the plane blade is everything and a to this day. I keep thinking. I need to go and order. A hawk played for that plane. Because it's almost perfect but it's not quite there yet. It needs one little lift more and that would make that plane. That's you know sixty seventy years old Because i flattened the soul on it. You know. I did all the things that you needed to do. And it is such a great little plane to use. It works just fine but it needs a little bit better blade. Yeah yeah. I sat down with ron hawk hawk. Blades believe last season. Oh did on a trip to california. That was when i interviewed at the curnow school in those spices. And i exclusively use his blades now You know having gone through his factory and he educated me on all of all about And it's always been my credo. And i try to pass this on to many people as i can that you know you can take a moderately okay tool like a i mean i in nineteen sixties cast iron craftsman table saw for many many years.

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"ron hawks" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

Modern Woodworkers Association

10:13 min | 1 year ago

"ron hawks" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

"It helps in your design brain think about stuff. and. I. Think. That's a these little things you can. You can learn about in in design is fascinating because it's everywhere it is every we are. So you're we're staring at these computers that were designed by self. The world was designed by some some being you decide who that being was but world of natural design astonished for bugs to. Leaves Star Patterns Oh yeah yeah, in the. Of It are. Are. So. Cool. So. Cool. So the the class I'm sending out a pattern, a little spiral spiral pattern. And it really simple and you can do it dots, but it looks good in. Know set stuff that we respond to. We are constantly responding to design. You Open you go into a nice bar hotel someone's house kyle. We go to yours house and we see this green and green and we go. That's good. I like immediately it is. It is visceral. It happens pre intellectual you'd happen. In get to touch it. You say I like, and then what are you up and touch as you have to is furniture. Right I think there's a lot. To think about. Yeah, it is. It is. So tell us a little bit about now you have the school but you also have been a great contributor both to find woodworking, but you have your own books and your own videos and stuff like that. So tell us a little bit about. What you're doing on that front too well, my last book was The story of how I found this win transitions lane right. We're on the cast for that Yeah Yeah. Go. Ahead with handmade crudely. A focus in the age of distractions. So that book's been out and that's done well. I'm working on another book, but you can't you can't raise an agent. No. Nobody's talking I'm writing a book on creativity and. Done I just. I just gotTa, give it its fifteenth rewriting, and then they'll be really. saw working that I'm working on this online graduate because I I bought a piece of property some years ago. With a rundown house on it. This will get you a sense of the design. Aesthetic of the previous owner, it was a garage three car garage then turned into sort of a house with garage. And the front door opened into the bathroom, of course. Look outside tour. So. I kind of blew up and. Got, this little six, hundred square foot shop that had to get rebuilt and I'm looking at going. This is my fifth shock. I should do a video on setting up shop. So that sort of one of the online, the online idea came from and now it's Kind of switched over to these classes to see if it's going to work, and then I may start doing some videos on on setting up shop because I. Think it's a fun fun tablet and you said it's about six hundred square feet. It's compared to my five thousand square feet call county exactly exactly. But I, mean I think you'd get a lot of interest on that. You know it's A. It's a it's same problems always the same problems. In a basement shop, it was about a hundred and fifty square fees. Fish couldn't issued apply with Downer down to it. But I had a joiner and bandsaw at arm on their. Immigration Hall. Yeah and then I moved to another six hundred square foot shop that was. A former. Diesel mechanics shop and he had cut all the. What that was about bottom piece, it connects trust together. It's not collar tie and stop higher anyways this trouser know better than me. Yeah, we're six sixteen feet long to connect the two answers of the rafters rafter todd. Oh okay. Cut them all out. He cut all the rafter is out. So terrific was just kind of sitting on the walls oldest. Black Bill. Yeah. Yes. No. So I replaced all those had shop there for a while and I moved to that furniture factory. That John. Yeah that was a great place that was that was but And then started to change so much. I said I better. Get on. It seemed like find a place. Why Bother I bought an old barn was built in nineteen, thousand eight and I'm fairly convinced that they ran horses through and a great space. Cease. Yeah Yeah I can imagine I can imagine especially that area it's really gotten popular last ten years long. It's not yeah. I can't believe it. So one of the things I. Want to talk about about with you is your podcast so you do will help. You podcast. It's about You know I. think he episodes about fifteen to twenty minutes something like that. But they're very, very interesting. So I run out of steam. It's Any lecture from you. I. I, I just come up with topics. Every once in a while interview someone I interviewed tumbling. Ron Hawk. Bogs and every once in a while I, get up to curse to call someone up and say, Hey, you wanNA. Talk. But most of the time I'm just staring out my window just place in the country. thinking. You know what's what's seems to be going on for me and. Not In life but. I. Just. A little. Yeah sometimes she had an interesting stories like I like the one the real ones last one, the one before that you had. The I guess we're designing something for a church and you thought the eighth or too big. So you. Know everybody was right. It's really and that's one of the things that I've learned and that I really try and get my students to understand is front and load the process. If you're if you're not getting design, you know taking someone else's plan and you're designing the peace. There are so many things to consider if you don't front end load that process you end up in the middle going how they do here you know but you can make model and that's what I did for this church job. I made a model with these eight by eight legs because I have eight by eight posts in my shop I thought well I could do that because they had these giant trees if they'd taken from the property and use those post and they were trying. To foot diameter. Eight by eight you for again just like the trees take out. That would fit. And then I sit in the shop I said Nano these look like elephant trophies. And I made six by six legs now they disappeared. And just disappeared. So making a cardboard model and that's what I did I made a full scale cardboard model. Stakes just a couple of hours. It's so easy is so valuable. You get so much information I did one for a client one time they wanted to just drawers and and I made it I did make the drawers and just drew them on and just basically made the the shape and proportions right and I got to sit in the bedroom with a couple arguing back and forth or you can get by you can you can't you can't get by it at all Oh. Yes, you. Can. Can get the piece but. I tell you if you do a model for client and. From our carpenter appointment big wretches. Brat when I went to visit art. he had this octagonal show wouldn't octogonal showroom in the of course it would. Yes. And it was wide open and is often his shot making noise and I just walked through the showroom and he had all these models up on this shelf that ran around the perimeter of this optimism, and there are all these little pieces and so I got to talk to find and he said Yeah I can't really draw but I can I can do stuff on her bands. So that's do knockout these models, and if you make a model, a quarter scale model for client pieces sold I've never had clients her donkeys five made the effort to to model so. Yeah it's it's really something. So valuable for older because it forces you to go how do I put all these pieces I can't put together once. These two legs and Apron together at least two legs. So forces you to think through the process. Really really. Yeah. Yeah. Do you use any online tools or what on Wednesday computer aided design tools? Design were absolutely not absolutely not. Okay. And and I'll tell you why when I took this winter jer making a week with Curtis began earning and. Increased. Sense. 'cause I asked him about whether he did any cad work no no, he did not. Said why would I do something on a computer that takes me an hour when I could do something I love. It takes me our. Yeah. That's that's that's curtis right there. And it really makes sense. Yeah. More importantly though I think there's a connection between your hand and your brain that's important to maintain and I and I know that we're getting smarter and stupider with our constant use of computer..

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"ron hawks" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"ron hawks" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Our Smokey the bear having a campfire means we have to respond Sobel there is a way for the federal government to support a cultural shift through large campaigns around the country and we have not seen them support a campaign around reducing food waste yeah ends well it looks like chocolate mousse ready to try some absolutely it does not taste avocado at all and was easily binary or creamy what's amazing is the I'm a kind of actually takes the place of the butter and cream and so it's much healthier for you I'm Alison Aubrey of NPR news cooking for the PBS newshour in San Francisco stay with us coming up on the news hour the American trucking industry at a crossroads and thank you to Flossie students reflect on one teachers impact for the past two weeks Iranians have taken to the streets by thousands and what began as protests denouncing a hike in gasoline prices but the uprising quickly turned political with demands the top official step down the Iranian government responded with a five day internet shut down so the user generated video when it counts that raise awareness of past demonstrations were blacked out we still know very little about what's happened yesterday Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said the protests were a U. S. led plot to destroy the country savages should do it was a deep extensive and very dangerous conspiracy that costs the United States so much money and effort they wanted to use an opportunity to carry out this move which was an act of destruction arson murder and vandalism under the pretext of a gasoline price increases seeing the internet has been partially restored and special correspondent residents say joins us from Tehran where he's been following the latest on the ground resume it's good to see you we know connectivity being able to get any word out has been an issue so Phyllis and what is the latest on the ground I'm not giving you an update on the latest Tierney Ron is still a bit of a challenge because many Iranians are just now getting back online just now getting their internet service back the big news today here in here on Thursday is that cell phone users are back online after being off line for the better part of two weeks and it was a lack of internet connections for cell phone users that perhaps played the biggest part in this information blackout that we saw last week in information blackout that made it very difficult nearly impossible for many people to conclusively report on a magnitude in the scale of the intensity of the protests that said indications are that the protests have died down and when you drive around saffron today no where near the security presence that we saw last week right so let's talk about why these protests are happening now we mentioned that hike in gasoline prices do we have any idea why that decision was made in the first place it's impossible for us to say why authorities decided that this was the best time to raise gas prices at a time when many working class Iranians are suffering so much and under so much pressure but we can tell you that many running officials of the Ronnie and analysts have long said that raising gas prices is the right thing to do for Iran's economy remember he wants gas prices have long been heavily subsidize or some of the cheapest in the world running about fifty cents per gallon and officials here say that has led to high consumption and heavy smuggling and something had to be done but the fact that they decided to do it now is perhaps an indication of how much the economy is struggling to a point where Saudis had to take a desperate measure where there was a backlash then came the trump administration who pulled out of the nuclear deal we impose new sanctions there was never any foreign investment they came in to eve on oil sales went down significantly there was inflation valuation of currency on employment and that many say led to the government perhaps making that drastic measure of raising fuel prices so again many people argue that the U. S. sanctions that had a huge role in in what happened last week but also many people argue that it's easy you S. sanctions that are hurting averaging Ronnie into not impacting the governor then we can also tell you that when the protests happened many groups both inside and outside Iran tried to take over the narrative the hard liners here blame the moderates on the rising fuel prices the moderates plane the hard liners in DC the trump administration and the U. Ron hawk said the protests in the rising fuel prices were evidence that the US sanctions were working and on the other hand the moderate observers AB Ron said that the protests and rising gas prices were an indication that the sanctions were only impacting averaging Ronnie ins and the fact that the government is still in power was proof that the sanctions were not working at one point it was reported there were protests in more than a hundred cities across the country tell us a little bit about the overall government response has the scale of these protests shaking them at all all indications are that the government's we acted swiftly they reacted brutally and they reacted with deadly force perhaps more deadly force than they've ever used over the past several days we've heard a growing number of reports naming individuals who were allegedly killed by security forces during the protests a lot of names are being posted online reports that we can't independently confirm we can tell you that Amnesty International made headlines when they put out a report that more than one hundred people were killed this time of course they made a seemingly effective move of shutting down the internet and again using deadly force very quickly whether these are easily among the largest demonstrations against the Islamic Republic since the revolution for decades ago not as large as the green revolution in two thousand and nine though but tell us what happens now what's interesting is that this week there were demonstrations intekron in other cities sanctions and approved by the government where there were some people who were protesting against the rising fuel prices in a struggling economy they were peaceful protest and there was no violence there was that no crack down also this week there was a national newspaper with a headline criticizing the Ronnie and state media of not hearing out the peoples concerns and you also have the supreme leader the government leaders here continuing to say that the people's concerns must be met the something must improve with the economy that the government must address the people's concerns so you're hearing some rhetoric but it still remains rhetoric at this point there's no indication that there's going to be a turn around for the economy the economy is going to improve and certainly no indication that the government is going to tolerate protests that evolved into something that the government sees as a threat that is special correspondent residents say of reporting from Tehran thanks rather the American trucking industry.

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"ron hawks" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

12:26 min | 2 years ago

"ron hawks" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"Wrong he's and it goes on to say since the very beginning of the Islamic revolution the Iranian government and the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps have had a earlier long-term and detail policy on how to export its revolution to the region mainly in countries with the substantial Shiite-majority you see what the happened leave out there is this the way they make that sound is like what the US government does force these countries to do what they want or they physically militarily make them do it but in this case when they say export their revolution to these these are allies who welcomed them into their country but sure let's frame that as a revolution forced into these countries with mill it's just it's Ganda as it always is that's why they happen to the they casually leaving there the CEO of course it was substantial shiite-majority groups that completely agree with doing and welcomed the country but then leave that out and says Iran had been very patient and resilient in implant implementing its policy what policy now they don't mention that just I just spreading terror right that's what they wanted to think accepting small defeats with is on the main goal defeats in what in what this is so ridiculous list to me and guess what they say their main goal is you'll never guess hegemony over Iraq Lebanon Syria and Yemen of course you see because they're throwing in all of them all of their so-called proxies which are not their proxies and by the way are very very easily shown not to be their proxies in fact US documentation from who long ago also says that but again as regularly point out they'll never show you that because it's not about the truth it's about using the idea of this to sell you on their agenda and yes and it just happened if I started my show and just said hegemony over Iraq Lebanon Syria and Yemen what country would pop into your head of course right Iran right we all think of Iran don't we so stupid all of these countries we can very clearly show that has been aggressively meddled in manipulated by prime narrowly Israel in the United States but sure Iran bad guy that's all you need to know and it goes on to say Iran created proxies in both countries of course actually leaving out Syria and Yemen but their including that when they discussed their hegemony of course but they're cre- proxies both countries they say gave them power thanks not just a basic claim that linked it goes right back to what the US government wants them to say journalism wonderful and it says today state institutions Iraq and Lebanon have one main job so blanket statement again state institutions from every side of Iraq and Lebanon according to foreign policy have one main job instead of protecting serving the people they have to protect and serve Iran again yeah nothing to back it up absolutely nothing I mean I'm just in bed I embarrassed for these people oh yeah I forgot to mention that will this no this one actually make sure if I got the name wrong on the individual now this one is different I have that were coming up that is somebody who remember but just the willingness to just to just egregiously lied to us with nothing to back it up while then calling independent media as the ones spreading you know D- dividing people do really causing all the problems right faked news the danger while they are literally spreading fake news. I mean while we have the people like you shared the Kentucky video about Turkey we have them on other shows saying fake news so dangerous as they're spreading fake news and as they get called out by the independent media but we're the dangerous ones as all they know how to do because that's what their job is Mr Sell you on the narratives of the state that is what they do that's why there's no evidence to back this up and that's why they can just broadly hey that these groups are just entire every state institution their job is to fight for Iran while in fact what the Iraqi government and the Lebanese government and the Syrian of what they actually it couldn't be further from the truth and also recognize the absurdity of pointing out that the US backed puppet government in Iraq that's now turning on them understand the US government the one that put that together that's a US they built that government and now they're saying you gotta get the hell out of here because we don't trust you and then they're turning around and saying that government is one it's working with Iran it just it's it's so convoluted and completely disconnected from reality when you know that if you're watching the show and of course the article goes on continues much more with flagrant lies desperately trying to sell you on the idea that despite meddling and illegal invasions in these nations that visibly and directly caused the chaos these nations are right now dealing with that none of that matters and all of the issues are because Ron Oh it again you hope that they might give you something anything that explains why that possibly in any way make sense of course because Iran bad guy because the US government says Iran bad guy that's your explanation and I'm not even making that up that is the extent of the argument you can go through that article with a fine tooth comb and the argument comes back to the in fact this is what the US government has said and don't even necessarily say that but there's no source there's no links none of it so at the very least this is a mainstream article that is completely loyd any journalistic integrity because they're not even showing you a kind of link back to what they're talking about but we know that this is what the referencing because they've set it and under hand that the argument about Assad and Syria is just as flimsy as we've always been pointing out it's all it's all about justifying what they've been plan running to do for decades which is what I've constantly been saying lately is that it's the narrative changes but the action's remain the same it's all about manipulating the way you see the information so they can continue try to do what they've always been trying to do and this next one from the American conservative trump's plunder brin comes to Syria interesting I also disbarred interesting there's a cross party lines today people who are actually waking up to what's going on today can see past the illusion of the two party system are beginning to see everything for what it is it's all about specific things that have been thing to do with left or right that's how they keep you distracted that's the point now that's not to say that there are not people who embodied the ideals of such aside one left or right in that in the context in which they sell it to you but the bottom line is there are any number of in-between Anne ever other ideologies that aren't even close the does it shouldn't matter what side you're on it should come down to the talking points what do you think when it comes to this because in reality I have points that are all over the spectrum so if we talk about one talking point someone may go oh this guy's a republican this guy's Democrat in reality maybe on that one point but see that's your mind taking you there and then dismissing everything I have to say because of that one talking point there's no nuance and people then cultivate their opinion to stay within that category because they've identified with it personally the point is that if you're still lost in that situation if you're still in the position where you're saying all democrats are like this all Republicans are like this or oh look at the we're lumping it in like that or you're discussing this as if one side or the other is the problem then you're at the base level right now you're better losses against and I hope people can see that and they're probably they're probably their full of people that watch this show they didn't like that I just said that but we have to be honest that level is a problem because you ultimately end up staying within the loss to system now I digress now back to this article trump's plunder doctrine comes to Syria now this article is great really breaks down some fantastic information that I have been talking about in regard you why held Syrians with Isis guards for very long time some of them still there now says part of the small residual US force that the trump administration is keeping in Syria reserves no real military purpose which of course the point is this is what they're claiming that we have to be there for whatever reason moral obligation national security interests but the point is that that's not at all y. they're staying there and it reads Altaf is no obvious military purpose or excuse me has no obvious military purpose and this is according to Sam Heller of the International Crisis Group he said the real justification is to my knowledge as I said before denying the Syrian government and it's running ally access to the neighboring all Tom Alwaleed border-crossing with Iraq that blocks a key trade route that would better integrate Syria with its regional surroundings and help government held Syria get on a more stable economic footing which they don't want which some in DC leave would diminish US leverage to force a political resolution to the war which is another in other words is regime change which would remove their leverage to force them to change the regime mm-hmm and give political control to the United States puppet this is what they always do they avoid done that's not my opinion it's historically documented but think about that they're talking about just take the whole point of keeping these locations is to stop them from being able to have normal relations with their allies unsure could they use that road to ship weapons of course they could but you know looking also do fly a damn plane or around it like it's really stupid to think that because they hold this one location that it's going to stop them from shipping weapons back and forth that's the point but that's not the point the point is about economically sabotaging this country and stopping them from getting like this ed a stable footing and better integrate with their neighbors around them help them become more stable but that's the opposite of what the US government wants now says the trump face the top area which began in this is I've showed you this global times before the location here and it's always kind of important knows the purple pen right there roughly the Homs area this is where it is and you can see it's important very important location from Iraq Jordan Syria and the idea is that they're shutting this down so they cannot grow they cannot be a normal country that's what it really all comes down to now says the Tom face represents a determination to retain a mostly symbolic military presence inside Syria if only to keep a small part of the country out of the Syrian government's control righteous it's purse it has nothing to do with the claims that were hearing today says keeping U S forces there accomplishes nothing for US security and of course he points out which I hope you guys can begin to recognize and as everyone around the world of in Israel and the United States and Saudi Arabia will tell you it is flagrantly illegal that's going the American conservative and I completely agree as I've constantly said what they're doing they're from top to bottom is illegal America's need to come to grips with that the same way we need to come to grips with the idea that the funding and arming isis in Syria and it says it puts these soldiers at risk for no good reason so we're talking US soldiers again at risk to defend oil to keep sort resource is that belonged to the Syrian government the Syrians from the Syrians. That's what it's about Emma risking American lives for that he says Ron Hawks desperately cling to this base freedom protecting the Syrians stopping evil Assad or entities even if Assad was evil which he's not that's not what it's about it's best in this story that's what it's about as always is so again we we see the clear crossover here between the agendas.

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"ron hawks" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"ron hawks" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"The trade officials like let's say bob lighthizer so this is really important because from a british perspective it looks like just a trade issue for from an american perspective. It's a national security charity issue and it has long roots even back in the bush administration. There was a view that <hes> the europeans on national security level <hes> are not thought <hes> reliable partners the united states but britain is and so for many many years. This view has been persistent is just bubbling up again in this context taxed <hes> raffaello how reeche i mean the british government especially its enthusiastic brexit to wing is claiming to be massively reassured and excited in by what mr bolton has had to say but really how reassured should anybody be. I mean i didn't know that there's anything that we particularly heard that wasn't was very new to be honest with you. Either do is just to sort of clear articulation from a senior american official. <hes> pretty much saying the brexit is wanted to hear and you you know i think that of course goes down very well and you know there's an interest at the moment here in london to make sure that you know the positive message about global britain will be fine after brexit is being pumped out repeatedly tiddly so you know within that context john bolton sort of knows the audience he's come to speak to <hes> says things which basically concord with what they want delivers pretty much the same messages that we've heard ed for most american delegations over the past couple years. Which is you know. We don't like what you might be dealing with wall way trade deals shore. We can do that whenever let's talk about it. It doesn't matter and security is really important jordan <hes>. I think there's also some brief cards about iran where i think there is a bit of a disagreement between the u._k. And <hes> and the united states and is interesting in a way that iran didn't come up more four i think in these discussions which i think reflects the fact that the general view on both sides was we want this visit to go. Well we want positive optics. Come out of it and said that's what was delivered. Ah pippo iran must have come up those surely it has been a pet obsession of john bolton's for years and years and years he is the most hawkish of the iran ron hawks and obviously if you are thinking about this from his point of view. It's hard not to believe that he would not see an opportunity here to lean on the u._k. To pick aside because the u._k. Wallet is participating in the u._s. Led patrols of the straight of whole newsies also still in theory at least attempting to prop up the iran deal yet yeah but again that's not new either..

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"ron hawks" Discussed on Worldly

Worldly

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"ron hawks" Discussed on Worldly

"That you're back, we need to talk about how serious, the threat of war with Iran is because I don't think it's trivial anymore. This isn't just people speculate. I don't think it was back in may when we first started talking about rice. I think it's, it's a prospect, that Americans need to start taking really really seriously and, you know to, to rapper heads around that should start with this stuff about the tankers when it comes out of the tankers, it's like, do you believe around behind it or not? Right. I would argue based on the evidence that the that have been publicly released and based on statements by even some of Trump's critics at home and abroad. It's looking quite likely that Iran was behind it, who, who else, really in that region has the mind, capability has the, the aggressiveness in terms of patrolling that region like it just makes a lot of sense they want to right. There's not much of incentive for anyone else to disrupt internet oil ship base to send a message of any Heinz. I know. No terrorist group, baby. But they don't have the mind cabal exactly. But now we know that like Iran is taking credit for one of its action shooting down in American drone like it is us. We don't want to go to war, but, like we're ready for war. And so as an Iranian commander said after the drone was shot down, like this is a clear message to the United States. So the next logical question is like, why is around doing that? And I think the reason Ron doing it is because they're trying in a sense to blackmail America to stop the sanctions campaign. Right. So if they they're racing, like if we can't export oil if we can improve our economy, like, we'll take the whole system down with us. And, and the signaling here, I think, matters, when you take the both the tanker thing, and actually, the Iran deal announcement, because even though they're provocative actions, like there's nothing minor about damaging international shipping, and the only minor with damaging vessels with humans on it. There's nothing minor with getting out of this nuclear deal, or no longer by. Adding by certain parts of it. And there's definitely nothing minor about shooting in American military drone out of the sky that is very clearly an escalating above what they've done before on top of that taking credit for it. But it is interesting that they could have done a lot more. It could have been a lot worse. And so I think this is sort of their first chess move. And like trying to put pressure on the US to reduce American pressure on it. But to me, this seems like a fundamental misunderstanding. Because in this administration, you have to foreign policy principles right now really running the show, national security adviser, John Bolton and secretary of state. Mike Pompeo, we don't have a confirmed secretary of defense right now. In fact, the acting one just resigned taping. It's, it's a real mess. When you're talking about military escalation. But the point is you have to people who've long expressed not only openness, but desire to Ascot Steelers with Ron Bolton has been on the we should bomb there on path for quite some time now. And right. Bulletin has called for Zhang change. He's called for bumming their nuclear program. He's a really hard core ideologically committed a Ron hawk. And when Iran escalates in fashion, like this, you know, something like probing test with limpet mines. That's nonfatal. What they do is incentivize Bolton and give him grounds to, to push for Morris Galatian on the US side, which the cycle I was alluding to earlier, right, Iran. Maybe trying to deter the US from putting more pressure on them or get them to back down. But given the people in charge right now. It's very difficult for me to imagine that this kind of action won't lead to some kind of further escalation from the United States as a reporter here. I'm always August on like what mistakes has the US made or will, or is it possibly making? And like sometimes. We lose sight of the fact that, you know, the known is the other guy get a vote in a conflict like may also make a mistake. Right. A Ron completely miscalculating here. If it is behind the oil tanker attacks..

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"ron hawks" Discussed on Rantin' and Ravin'

Rantin' and Ravin'

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"ron hawks" Discussed on Rantin' and Ravin'

"This is a stand up New York labs production, providing you podcast since twenty thirteen. Joy away. Big. You know what? This is Randy raven. Imprint wake you up. Ladies and gentlemen, girls and boys. Welcome back to another installment of ranting and raving with yarmulke and friends this week. I have a wonderful, new friend in my environment and too old heads. Shitty. Let me introduce the heads because I want to focus in on my new friends, we may Ron Khuzami. Wow. Okay. That's not problematic in any way. I mean seriously. I mean I get it. It's not every not the western mouth is not trained to make Mellon clan on me. Ron hawk on. Do you understand like it's acne? Ronin hawk. Oni. Haughty. And this is a conversation that is. For your new podcast. I apologize. I only into missing. Yes. Well, he has a new podcast coming out, by the time you hear this would probably have been out one episode. And it is called messy with Mehran. It's just messy with me. Rhyming do you want to have to with mirror on now? I don't I think eventually gets it's a given messy because if you wanna know with messy in who. Yeah. Who are you who get messy? I don't want. Everybody who are you. I'm Iranian Irani. Yes, extra. Messy was number professional, you should keep the name. With me. All right, fine. Yes. Or the other option is messy EMMY H S, like Ron Massey. But people can't spell. No. I know. It's stupid. Let's I'm sorry. I said anything at all on the intro. I hope this gets off up. Later, what I say you're on sits on your deck and force feed. You gummy bears. I hope somebody says to. This sitting on my neck. I hope they have a peanut sauce. Now my next hag marrying, the saying now, Mary, Mira. No, I'm Mary. You did. I married you I got a Zantac. Grew. Yeah. Go from nothing to something to everything. Oh, wow. I know you had nothing around, you know, nothing. Now you got something so much that everything she actually officiated Christine's wedding. I love that. And I think that's crazy. I forgot about that. It's a deep after you watch. Yom's insta- stories you'll be like how, you know. So I don't know how our marriage work. Welcome back to the building Christie Mehan Berg Saunders. Hyphen than my name. Thank you. I also have a podcast and I was blessed to meet my new friends working on a project. I always hate talking about projects, but since they announced it on the Hollywood reporter for whatever reason we all know that there is a project that was done. It has not been approved yet. So it may may never see the light of. And I've been praying we everybody praying. But, you know Jesus candle until I get my first check and episode is aired mama does not believe that she can fly and that's the right way to. I've taped a lot of pilots, I've seen a lot of places. I've been a lot of places and mama's still shopping at ninety nine. Better always shopping nine it checks. How'd he Di Maria? Hello now had it was talking about a lady that fell off the five story building, damn find stories beautiful. You are this store, and you're saying this story just broke you just broke just gone alert. Just just. She was taking a selfie. Yeah. On the roof of a build at Ben started building and fell and apparently, an air conditioning, broke her fall. So she currently still alive. Right. They were going down and then someone's window air conditioning. Your big was our app. Do you know what it didn't look very pick on her face here? She'll cut a thin saw the face. Yes, not the broken. She's Democrats shop from. Thomas. She woke up and started crying. That's like the wood, too, and that's where I left, what does how we know a white girl, the Waco.

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"ron hawks" Discussed on Creators Collective

Creators Collective

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"ron hawks" Discussed on Creators Collective

"Let's like what's the like your left camp, which is the pin camp tail camp in which I you talking so like what are the ultra conservative Matteo gay? That's that's the thing. There really isn't a one and the other in in like in the traditional woodworking hand tool world, you have you have a lot of people say, well, that's not traditional well, then I have to respond with which tradition are you talking about because if you go to any location, you talk about like like eastern, Pennsylvania tradition against like the DC area tradition yet, they're only like one hundred miles apart, but you're gonna have vastly different woodworking Christians between the two like, what's the oldest cave drawing of dovetails? Like some like cave in France where they have like steps and you have to do the tales. I I I think it was a Roman Roman carving. Wasn't it showed like the first thirteen captured in Pompeii, right? Yeah. I don't know. I would say it's the twin ten versus the solid tenant. Yeah. At the single the single one single wide Ted in verses two twin tenants going into two mortices comments about that. Because I'm putting five inch wide tendons into the legs. Everyone's like, ooh. Expansion contraction. It's five inches. You're going to have maximum sixteen inch. Yeah outside. I mean, you're not measuring everything and cubits. I yeah. I just did the four inch long ten in the media console. I thought about splitting it into two tenants as no more work. So I don't know. Good topic. Good tap. Exac woodworking conspiracies. Yeah. About metalwork what other knee like fun ones. I've come across recently. Do you put a camera on your own? And there are people out there who put a camera on every earned, and then there are people who don't put a camera on anywhere. I was always a camber folk. Yeah. Just a little bit just just get those edges off. Yeah. It is not the ears off. You know, see, I don't put any camera. But they said there's you know, there's a special place in hell for the people that just filed the corners off. Well, I'll see Paul sellers there. He does. He he knocks the quarters smoothing plano. Yeah. To sit doesn't leave track maybe on the smoothing plane and get away with it. I mean since he doesn't file them off. It's just like four or five passes stone, this that doesn't I'm talking about the people that just literally like, you know, cut off the corners, not cut off. But yeah, I don't do that. It's terrible. Yeah. I just got the ears. So I'd only tracks skull the Holyfield the Holyfield. Vander? Regular or do back or at the backpedal on the plane back bell. That's a big thing too. Big. I always trick. Yeah. The ruler trick. I always do. I do the ruler trick. I mean, like he's in the ten times fun, sharpen the plane iron in my life. I don't know Ron hawk uses the ruler check. And he talks about you know, he wrote a book on sharpness. So I'm you know enough for him. It's gonna for me functionally. There's no difference there. Cool where are we in in life in the let's digging this conspiracy thing? We ask her life. Shop people. There's two camps if there's like or even three camps. Yeah. Like, what divide maybe have some independent thinkers out there? But like like what what what two camps are gonna like make Brooklyn says you can use the trick. If you want it just means, you're bad person. That's all to which I responded, my time is too valuable. It takes more time to flip the plate over. And do why do you even touch the other side? What's it's flat? It's flatly loan. But it's getting it flat. Getting it flat across that beverage on the back of the beverage to flatten at once though. Yeah. But I just do that was new iron in that. It takes me two seconds to do that. See this is a good one. Because you guys are like at ends at odds. Let's talk about what's daylight. Oh, no. Let's not get it. I know just gimme gimme a background. James is a big nerd, I'm a photographer, and we butted heads. I reference daylight balanced lights and Dame say come daylight, blah, blah, blah, and lighting is all set up for the human eye, whereas photography and camera lighting or setup for camera sensor..

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"ron hawks" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"ron hawks" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"On Ronnie took him up on this offer. And over the course of a couple of years they were able to reach a deal under which Ron curbed its nuclear program in return for sanctions relief. I think both Ronnie Endo Bama thought that will lead to even warmer relations how then has that progressed into the Trump here how things changed now. There are always concerns about the nuclear deal on the part of America on the part of Israel and those concerns revolved around Ron's continuing testing of missiles, and it's meddling in the region in Syria in Yemen in Iraq in Lebanon, and Donald Trump opposed to to all things Obama yanked America out of the nuclear deal last year, and he's really surrounded himself with what you would call the Ron hawks people like John Bolton is national security advisor people like Mike Pompeo, his secretary of state who really painter on as the Pitta me of evil and building. Oh, so far as to say that America auto bombed on and calls for regime change in around. So what should western countries be aiming for their objectives? Be at this point. Well, I think the west would like to see Iran stop pursuing nuclear weapon, stop testing missiles and stop middling broad. The question is how do you do that in? And that's the real difficult part because it's who you dealing with Ron, and it's not always clear you with the clerics and the revolutionary guard who who hold the real power, or are you dealing with reformist like Ruhani like the elected government who are much more willing to talk to America. But don't make the big decisions. And then you also have to consider the public which is mostly young educated and western oriented, and what you really want to do is 'cause paying that top level two revolutionary guard into the clerics without alienating the public. So. Targeted. Sanctions is one way to do it. And that's something that the administration has pursued. But that also somewhat plays into the hands of the Clair's. Because one of the main tenants of the revolution was this anti imperialism or more specifically anti Americanism, and so American hostility gives the regime sort of raise on d'etre. It's one of their justifications for staying power on his hat. Roger, thanks very much less. It's the quintessential baby-boomer brand. These motorcycles is big one thousand CC holiday born in the USA hundred sixteen years old a symbol of freedom and adventure on the open road..

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"ron hawks" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"ron hawks" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"At one thousand dollars four times a day on W M, A L, A Cumulus station. AOL news at two I'm Heather it's an about face from governor. Ralph Northam who now says he doesn't think he was in a racist photo. And he does not plan to resign yesterday. In a statement, the governor said quote earlier today, a website published a photograph of me for my nineteen Eighty-four medical school yearbook in a costume. That's clearly racist and offensive. I'm deeply sorry for the decision. I made to appear as I did in this photo and for the hurt that decision caused then. And now unquote one thing that is consistent today with the video north and posted last night on Twitter. I've spent the past year as your governor fighting for Virginia that works better for all people. I'm committed to continuing that fight to the remainder of my term. The governor's office says he'll hold a press conference a half an hour from now you can hear it live right here on WMA. Al meanwhile, people on both sides of the aisle, urging the governor to resign, including the Democratic Party of Virginia. Which says the governor low longer has its confidence or support protesters making their voices heard outside the governor's mansion in Richmond today. Apologies are not enough. We on governor north them to resign. And begin the process of truly ailing the damage, this has caused the Virginia Democratic Party of Virginia says Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax is the one who can do that a heartbreaking story out of buoy five children from the same family or dead after being thrown from a minivan. They were riding in ran off route three a one early this morning. Police say that the van hit into the trees and then spun around in a field the children ranged in age from five to fifteen to thirty two year old woman driving the car and Twenty-three-year-old in the passenger seat survived better hospitalized. The passengers in critical condition the driver who was the mother of two of the children is also in the hospital. They were all part of the same extended family Virginians could see their stay. Tax refunds too late or have to do a lot more work to file them. As state lawmakers remain far apart on tax policy. Lawmakers rejected legislation on Friday of rapidly conform Virginia's tax code to recent changes in federal tax law. Filling out state tax returns will be much more complicated without such a so called conformity measure lawmakers are split on what to do with a potential multi-billion dollar windfall. State revenues due to the recent changes in federal tax law. Republicans want to return the money to taxpayers while Democrats want to keep the money to pay the state's reserves gift tax credits for low income families and spend on other areas Maria leaf on wwl and wwl dot com. He doesn't have a meteorology degree, but many are likely hoping Punxsutawney. Phil's prediction this morning that will get an early spring is accurate. All hell. Ron hawks Premacy. I'd go out and start buying some swimsuits. Let's hope DC's taxidermy groundhog Potomac fills wrong. He says we'll get six more weeks of winter..

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"ron hawks" Discussed on Worldly

Worldly

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"ron hawks" Discussed on Worldly

"State Pompeo national security adviser John Bolton, and some others who are committed inti Ron hawks exactly who saw the US goal in Syria as being this kind of broad strategic containment and the president who again, Jen is you illustrated said lots of nasty things about our on. But does not have this broader ideological or strategic commitment to fighting Ron across the Middle East. Just you know, doesn't like them, but also doesn't like being in Syria, it's collection of impulses and positions taken for a combination political convenience, and and personal instinct or spite or disdain rather than a broader thought out strategic framework, which is how we get this decision to withdraw announced with no planning, no prep-work in a way that Illeana did key members of his own industry. And I think that really was straights. The. Underlying core problem with Trump's foreign policy in generals that it's not driven by strategic thought out plans. It's driven by Trump's gut check. And this is what happens we see that on the ground. So we're gonna take a break now. And when we come back, we've really exciting new elsewhere to present for you guys about music in South Korea. The news today seems really grim and it sometimes focuses more on problems than on solutions. I'm Dylan Matthews, the host of future perfect show about possible solutions. Solutions that are a little weird a little wild. But worth considering what will people say if I treat this person who murdered someone's loved one kindly simply tell the border patrol to take the day off telling the take the euro. Listen to future perfect on apple podcasts or wherever you get your shows. So this week elsewhere..

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"ron hawks" Discussed on Pros and Joes with Frank Kaminsky

Pros and Joes with Frank Kaminsky

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"ron hawks" Discussed on Pros and Joes with Frank Kaminsky

"If we're talking about championships, the White Sox have helped just as much as the cubs have in the last century. So yeah, I mean, I, I'm not a proud White Sox fan right now, especially with Kopechne. He's not gonna pitch again until I'm proud day. I'd I, it's, it's all say that's just such a tough break guys. So I actually feel bad. He was fun to watch. We don't want your pity naked. We don't want it. He just did. It would just got it. I was like a girl. That's a slow, not slow. I take my piggyback. I take my. You can't take it back. I think Chicago south there, though polls went on a Ron hawks, went on a run. The bears have been bowls, went on a run in the nineties wool. We didn't wasn't heat what we come ashore ever want to change it to twenty years. What is your date range for looking at? I'm you say, I've been alive us alive at generation. We're not generation acts. Are we now know what general. Heels millennials, Melinda, whatever. That's one of my favorite words. By the way millennials little known fact, you gotta put like Boston in front of the older generation tries to blame millennials all the everything that the millennials do wrong, which is like their fault that were situations that were in. You know what I'm saying? Yeah. Millennials trying to blame everything on us. I mean, Jesse generation does that generation after them. So we're, we're just the first generation that's been able to have instant access to everyone's thoughts and opinions and feelings, and we haven't done a good job with it because we'd rather be tritter Twitter trolls in in morons. Like, I don't think I like our time right now. Everyone has a voice like even idiots like normally the idiots don't have a voice because no one listened to, but now it's like they can just tweets. Unlimited other unlimited. Right now. Stupid thing I've said it before and I'll say it again. Say today. I absolutely think I was born into the wrong generation because I seriously like it's come to the point where everything a feels like everybody thinks they have to care about literally everything and I just don't care about so many things. Don't you care. Lillies literally straight up. Don't care about what like. Give me an x. box with fortnight on it and some football in basketball other generations that don't exist. That doesn't exist in the nineties or the seventies eighties find takeaway exist for the last year. Give me basketball. Basketball pre three point line or post. Post, but pre two, it. Okay. Also Instagram gimme..

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