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"russa" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"In. The you know the stallions. And i mean it's it's just special and so is you know although it they're going to do the hall of fame virtually this year but You know those are very very special opportunities. I'll miss but i'll be watching on. Tv at a different time. They were playing. I think you said this year's zooms it's not the same as the zoom world. That can you. Can you really let a report or habit. Oh please tell me that you still got you can still give it to them. A little bit in fear the zoom. It's to you know not to me. Please not known off-spin for the reporters. It's you love the with the ball. Riders it's gotta be a little weird even doing it all like this. Well you know the fact that that's where we do it. And i talked to everyday and now understand opening day. Talk twice today. You know you get to know them. And sam houston zuma enjoy zoom. I'd like the in person thing better. I think everybody does but it works. You know they're wondering about our club and and that you know my Responsibilities to help them understand so they can through the fans so you know i look forward to getting a this kinder gentler tony right. Why would score the writer so It's a game where you keep score after understands the competition. You know you're supposed to do with the canada. Have your club win the game Within the bounds of sportsmanship in the galaxy and stuff but nine of the writers were. Sometimes you just After the game is just they're in ten minutes after being emotional a spark here or there. But it's it's the competition between the teams is is what's real aren't final. Thought you got a young dynamic exciting team. You're back in the dugout. His this team a you energized right now. Do you feel it. Well you know. That's a good question martin because For so we've got a blend. Gus really good veterans both in position players and pitchers and we've got some really exciting young guys and the young guys don't have all the answers. They remind me the young guys would come to saint. Louis you know. They wanted to be mentored by the veterans. So it's fair to say sweats. Good question since my first day here and seeing how exciting are about their chance to win how hard they work. This team has inspired me. Every day to go out there and energy levels this is it can be in part because of them are good to talk some baseball with tony larussa on this opening week of baseball and turn into an opening night for the white sox and love to have more time maybe during the season as things sort of evolve. We'll check back with tony. Things are going on the south satish car. Got a fun team exciting team and interesting to see how that works. It's a we love stories man we love stats. But we also love stories. And tony larussa. Managing the white sox is a great story. Thanks. to our sponsors appliance. Discounters marie davila senior living and triad. Bank thanks to you.
Chicago White Sox star Tim Anderson backs new manager Tony La Russa after 1-on-1 meeting
"So the teams are rolling every wants having calls every day players out and there are still a number of unsigned free agents. How about this one. Scott casimir has agreed to terms with the san francisco giants on a minor league deal. He has not pitched in the big leagues since two thousand sixteen. He's thirty seven years old. They reported this yesterday. What i heard was is that in. His bullpen sessions. Fastball velocity was clocked up to ninety two ninety three miles per hour and you look at kasmir career. Typically you see him Pitch better when he gets his velocity up. That's always been the key. Barometer for him. is his fastball. Velocity a love this from tim anderson. The white sox shortstop met with tony larussa after one on one meeting as you know a lot of people who criticized the white sox for the hiring russa tim. Anderson is invested. His quote was the drive to want to win I'm behind him. A hundred and ten percents
"russa" Discussed on Native America Calling
"Eight hundred nine nine native and the russa give us a scene from things giving play Maybe people haven't had a chance to see it but there's a lot of great things that happened. Take us to a scene. Yeah actually the play opens with When i actually now skipped a different one actually there's a scene that is Between two there's the two main characters are well-meaning white people And there were a couple now that really over the top. You know super liberal. They know better than anybody. White folks and When my favorite scenes it's actually in a collection of with monologues from from a group called kilroy. But i've heard scene and seven monologue but it's about the two of them trying to reason why they're allowed to not use a native american to play a native american character and and it just. It's i enjoy it. 'cause it's just showing the acrobatics. That folks go through to justify what they want. Basically they wanna use a non native american person native they to read base and they go through this really convoluted left liberal are Acrobatics mentally to finally justify that actually having a non native american play american characteristic white thing to do because they're post host you know racial society and all these and they just put themselves in such circles that and that's really what this whole place. There's a lot of ridiculousness but was ridiculousness. I've actually heard in the world. And i think we all have you know that people can justify what they want and make it sounds like make it sound like a good thing and it shows how even the best meaning people can justify really bad things but make it sound. Good and make it sound like. They're trying to do us a favor when obviously they're not but they they turn it around on themselves and that's actually one of my favorite scenes These two people getting getting to that and so then they get to feel good about themselves again for doing the wrong thing which is a lot of about. And you do a lot of this in in your work of really kind of flipping things around. I also mentioned what would crazy horse do. Another one of your place. Tell us a little bit.
Fresh off suspension, Hinch takes over as Tigers manager
"The Detroit Tigers mentioned they are on the verge of hiring AJ hinch to be there next manager after his suspension ended after the world series ended my question for you on the hinch hiring their Detroit is. When will he get them back into the postseason? They've not been there since two thousand fourteen not had a winning season since twenty sixteen. How long? Do you think it takes Aj hinch to get them. Back to a winning record this past year they went twenty three and thirty five in the sixty game season the year before that they went forty seven in one fourteen. All right he's going to get along leash. Okay. Not only. Yeah. I now. So he's hitching closer to a contract, right? God Yes. All right He's hinges away. Aj. Stay away from baseball to stay away I don't need to Hinch is. Twenty two, they win more than eighty two games.
Chicago White Sox Hire Tony La Russa as Team's New Manager
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"russa" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"You Ain't nothing and I can remember right before the game like almost cry just get respect to. So everybody all hyped up the first play miniature caught the ball grand ball ray Lewis broke his shoulder. And Nesta game that's the. I I can remember like me call them all shot. You know telling telling, Tell Willie Park and tell them Willie Colo and go to the sideline with Tom I respect so much. So I remember Rex wrote about in his book and I remember going I was in the Tory going to the polls team sideline door to door dorn t time out. So I'm talking stuff to they've Dan crowder I'm talking to I may also tackled Willie Park. Play before. Going to get you killed. He sucks right. So like he runs over there, he's like forget you bar. So I'm over there talking I'm like man listen I bet you get in this game and you run a you run ice I'll knock your punk but up so like she might. My. My so Mike Town. So Mike Tomlin sitting on the sideline his argue I'm like. My bedroom, knock him out. So he looks at de you want you say Heiki Mother Lover All right he's like he's like my tom sick go get him. So he runs out got a Negro he's all jumped up. So like comes out right up and I'm like he ain't GonNa really brought it. So he runs I here's a pool I told you suck I'm you Suck right. So he pops up like Zab Judah he pops up way too early right he should've took the stand in eight he should've took the knee he pops up too early and he runs like he he's like run around so he runs to the sideline and before he gets to the numbers he collapses right so I remember Terrell so all by. God never seen anybody caught. He he said he was gonNA knock him out. So I'm August up right and you know just like being able to have those type of memories I remember in James Dave. Air. Read all like intercept or. And I thought it was dead but it's like one of those things right every we have we have a billion keystone understands every team is built to win a certain way. And the Ravens a team you can. You can decide to be a boxer and do the sweet signs. But when ever these two teams get together, they decide to make it a brawl and it's not because they can't do something else is because the respect of those that came before right. So I play because of what Macquarie's Michael McCreery did I play for what Jonathan Isaac meant to this. So this is like a college atmosphere when you're paying homage to those that came before, you make sure that game was played the right way great stuff bar we gotta run once again one PM Eastern steelers and Ravens will see on get up as if you're watching on television, you're getting ready to do. The. Ravens still a hard to them soft cowboys keyshawn. I. I'll say some of my questions next time you come on because you ate up to five minutes we have. Good luck going get up. A different definition, different.
"russa" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"But behind closed doors, it's always gonNA wrap their arms around you and things will be you know oh everything's good and then they get out into the light in they teach differently in front of everybody now moved to two thousand sixteen. He said his initial reaction, right these words that was his initial reaction two, thousand sixteen to disrespect of the flag. Okay when the message is being sent to you and it's being hijacked along the way and you don't open your eyes to that message us being stuck because people were pushing. He's disrespecting the flag in the military respect the flag in the military when in fact, that was never the case never one word came to capture knicks mouth or anybody in capper camp about disrespecting the flag in the military. But because you're listening to other people tell you this is what's going on now been bought into that narrative. So you don't WanNa hear it anymore I just respectively FRAG. Brutality out. In your mindset is in that now that you've had a chance to step back. And remove yourself for years later, and now that you see that this country. Is turning a page and people are realizing a we made a mistake. We listened to the wrong people. We shouldn't have been doing that even though they still trying to push, it's the flag in the military, which is ridiculous. We all know that that's not the case it's injust police brutality the way that we treated in our African American black minority communities black and Brown by the police in by others. That is what the message was always about the protests was always about instill to this day. He gets it now because he sees a clear and that's okay it's okay. It's okay to evolve to learn even though he's seventy six years old, he's still. Learning and he will continue to learn I appreciate that because you have a lot of people that say, well, this is just the way it is, and this is the way I think and I'm not GonNa Change well, I praised the evolution for Tony I praise at and I will also say that for person and his position tonality is everything with how you lead and him talking about awareness his tone and how he can describe that complexity of where he was to where he is. Now I give credit to that because we need that tonality in society today. So with that being said. The one person Zubin. Wants to talk to more than Derek, jeter himself, and pay, manning. After sportscenter coming up next. Don't get good at that because that's that's how I get paid to do that. So you're watching the tease you're. Not Okay. I was called a now you're right on the money. Let's roll through Sports Sportscenter, and then the land to that question get that guest on the line a little college football. Let's start with College Football Trevor Lawrence.
Tony La Russa Named As Chicago White Sox Manager, Returning After 34 Years
"We hear the news well, that news being that the Chicago White Sox have hired Tony Larussa. As their new manager seventy, six year old Tony Larussa, he becomes the oldest manager in the majors by five years. And he's only the second major in Major League baseball history to take over a team as seventy, five years or older. Jack mckeon be and the other one he was eighty rounds. At, which is just that sounds crazy. I mean I guess he was in great shape but he was eighty two over tomorrow marlins they went forty and fifty. and His old job because out there was an old joke about I'm not going to give you the punch line foot. There's an old joke about his nickname was trader Jack Right Jack McKee. At he was eighty years old at the old joke was like he's so old that. Guess what they were trading back. There wasn't ball players like how long he's half. I know where you were going with.
White Sox reunite with La Russa, hire Hall of Fame manager
"This will be LaRussa second stint as a sax skipper as his first job was with them from nineteen seventy nine to nineteen eighty six he then went on to Oakland where he led the aids to World Series title in eighty nine before moving on to Saint Louis leading the cardinals to a pair of world championships larusso has been named manager of the year four times but at seventy six many are wondering if he's too old for the job I do think the question is what this asked most often is on the wealth of information that helps you prepare and I embrace it the rooster replaces Rick Renteria and inherits a young talented team that made the playoffs recently before being eliminated by Oakland David Shuster Chicago
Chicago White Sox name Tony La Russa, 76, new manager
"Hired a new manager today. He's a familiar face. Tony LaRussa, the man who led the Sox to a division championship, the Western Division back in 1983. The year they lost to the Baltimore Orioles for the American League pennant. Tony LaRussa, then went on to win three world Siri's with the A's one with the A's and two with the Cardinals. He's 76 years old John Howell. But now he's coming back to the White Sox. And here he is. Saying he was sick of plain or sick of working upstairs behind a desk during the last bunch of years that I've been upstairs where there would be friendly B or the D backs Angels REDSOX Uh, there's a wonderful opportunity to stay close to the game. Watch the game from upstairs, but I always had this thought, Man. It's more flooding. It's more fun downstairs. I tell you what it is that he's an interesting guy. And
White Sox hire Tony La Russa as new manager
"34 years after they fired him, the White Sox have hired the Hall of Fame manager who has not managed since 2011. When they won his third World Series. That one was with the Cardinals, the first one with the last two with the Cardinals. He takes over for Rick Renteria after they t two parties parted ways he becomes the oldest manager in major league baseball by five years at the age of 76 NFL Tonight. Atlanta one in six at Carolina, Panthers, three and four. Teddy Bridgewater against Matt Ryan should be a lot
Proposition 25: Cash Bail
"Political correspondent Marissa Lagos is covering prop twenty five for cake. And she's also the CO host of the podcast political breakdown. Welcome Russa Pale, Libya. I. Can you take us through how the cash bail bond system works in California now? Yes. To do this I am going to make you an accused Felon Olivia Allen Price Right. So you're walking down the street in San Mateo County. You, get arrested on suspicion of possession for sale of a controlled substance. This wouldn't be like you have a little wheat in your bag. This would be like maybe you got a bunch hair win or they think you do. The bill for that is going to be set at twenty five thousand dollars just by the schedule that exists in San Mateo County. So the officers would arrest you and either you would have to over twenty five grand to the county to secure release or possibly depending on how big of a drug dealer they think you are. They might make before a judge who could either lower or increase that twenty five thousand. Dollars say you don't have twenty five grand laying around I mean really who does right? You would then decide whether you're going to stay in jail until you can get a trial set or you might call a bail bonds agency and what they would do is essentially guarantee the county that they would pay that twenty five grand if you skipped out on your case. So if you didn't come back for your trial dates. In exchange for that, you would have to pay them ten percent of that amount. So twenty five, hundred dollars. If you have the twenty five grand to post your own bail, you would get that money back regardless of whether you got convicted of the crime or the charges got dropped or you. Were found to be innocent. You would just get that money the just there to make sure you show up at trial. However, if you didn't have that kind of cashing around and you had to go through a bail bond agent that twenty, five, hundred dollars that you gave them to secure your bond, you would forfeit, you would never get that money back. The whole cash bail system has been under fire for a long time for being inequitable give us an example of how that inequity plays out. Look people who have been accused of very violent crimes up to murder can sometimes post bail if they have the means but a lot of people end up languishing behind bars for really minor crimes because they just don't have the money their families don't have the money and disproportionately study after study shows these tend be black and Brown people. If you can't pay that bail amount. You can't go to work. You might lose custody of your kid by losing your work. You might not be able to pay your rent. So what critics of the system say is that it kind of perpetuates the cycle of poverty. And potentially leads more people into crime or can lead people to plead guilty to things that they did not do or that they might have a good chance of fighting because they essentially just WanNa get out of jail and get back to their lives.
Rumors: Hall of Famer Tony La Russa could be the next Chicago White Sox manager
"Of the White Sox managerial search boy, There's a lot of craziness out there right now. I feel like we should trust our instincts. A. J. Hinch Alex Cora the top two choices. I think they've really sort of zeroed in on a J. Hinch more than anybody else. But Bob Knight, a longtime baseball scribe continues to float this idea that the top choice of the Chicago White Sox Is Tony. LaRussa and that it is his job if he wants it. That was the bombshell from yesterday.
Belarus: UN rights chief condemns violence against protesters, calls for grievances to be heard
"Nations has condemned the use of violence by authorities in Belarus, following the death of a twenty, five year old man in police custody. There have been protests across the country in recent days amid claims, the Sunday's presidential election was rigged in favor of Alexander Lukashenko Lukashenko has ruled Belarus for more than a quarter of a century and is often described as Europe's lost dictator. Let's get the latest. Now a monocle twenty, four security correspondent Benos Zog Begnaud is also an expert on batteries and he joins me on the line from our newsroom in Zurich, a very warm welcome back to the briefing. Bene-. Tell us what are we seeing here? The scale of the demonstrations does seem to be unprecedented in recent times. Embarrass is this potentially a moment of change? High under good to talk to you the the use of the word unprecedented was quite widespread in twenty twenty. But I think when apply to these protests that we currently see in Belarus in a number of cities, it is indeed warranted. So what we have seen since these rigged elections on Sunday and by rigged, we're talking unprecedented rigging elections as well. One could even assume that up to fifty percent of ballots had to be changed to not show Smith Leonard, Dehaan Kia, the main opposition candidate, but Alexander Lukashenko, the incumbent president. Since. Then we've seen a bit of a cat and mouse game and a number, very decentralized protests across the country by a number of people not just young students, for example, the liberal elite of cities but even former supporters of Lukashenko's policies are now taking to the streets and police brutality is indeed widespread. So don't you there is a bit a sense of change there because Russo Society will never be able to go back to what it was as an appreciated kind of this strong welfare state that the Lukashenko provided for as well as disability in the country changes in the air and people have demands unfortunately. Political. System. Under an autocrat, Lukashenka has no way to take these grievances and addressed in any meaningful way. In similar situations in the past, the the only thing that can happen to let the demonstration demonstrators get what they want is for the military or the police force to change sides. As you say, we're saying ordinary police brutality, the the death of a man in custody. That doesn't seem to be any hint of that. Yet is that is that the the the weak point though for Lukashenka that he needs to make sure that that there there is no dissolution amongst those forces. Indeed I think the loyalty of security forces and that's most of the police, but also the army is key. But at the moment, it appears like they still know who they owe their loyalty and their privileges to polices. For example, they have stable positions are well paid, and there's no alternative force that has come up. Let's say a general or any high ranking officers that kind of countered this this narrative I'm so it's very even though on social media as optimistic rumors about the odds officer here and there pledging loyalty to Hanukkah, the opposition candidate these instances are still very rare but one does wonder for how long even the security forces can. Maintain this level of repression because it's a battle day and night for these thousands and thousands of security forces, and the army is a conscription army. So it only has a few thousand paid offices and the rest are well members of the public of the people as well. WHO's loyalty will probably be less so with with the president at all costs but currently, we don't really see these cracks within the elite at some point maybe the way out also to address some of the grievances of the protesters and maybe allow for that to change policies under Lukashenka or under somebody else but it doesn't look like a coup at this stage yet at all. then. What we make of what Russia thinks this time because we know the EU is is saying that this is being a a terrible corrupt moment that the election was not fair. You see you see the opposition leader heading to Lithuanian, being given support there but for Russia's a complicated story because you know they would like better to be back in new within Russia back more closely aligned with Moscow. They have here a maverick leader who's over the years tried to play Moscow off against the European Union. What would Russia like out of this? Do you think they would potentially even like him gone if there was another strong leader who supported Russia. Indeed Russia, the Kremlin specifically isn't a tricky situation here, and even though they congratulated Lukashenko on his electoral victory they've been remarkably quiet overall in a why the not too unhappy with the situation because Belarus that is very busy with itself and is weak politically in that sense and lacks other friends like European, union, which is very critical and may enact sanctions is somewhat in their favor because this will only leave one thing which is continued dependence on Russia. Let's not forget Russia is better. Russa's closest ally genuinely the to share a lot of cultural ties, as well as political ties and economic ties above all batteries for longtime has been dependent on cheap Russian energy as subsidies. But I don't think Putin or the Kremlin on necessarily. Keen on Lukashenko himself staying power as long as the someone that they can rely on and as long as some kind of stability is probably maintained I think. To the West kind of in a wait and see approach how these protests continue does any translation of this descent on at the political level and then it will decide. But at the moment as Belarus is in turmoil, it works somewhat well for the Kremlin but there have to be wary about how this is
"russa" Discussed on Gugacast
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Can tech keep learning on track during COVID-19 spread?
"If your parent in a state hit by the new Corona Virus. You might have gotten an email like the one I got last week. It said the school district is considering closing schools. Either to clean them or to control the spread of the virus worldwide. Some three hundred million children are out of school. Some schools in Seattle and the San Francisco Bay area closed and some districts are hoping that remote learning can fill the gap in some places virtual classrooms with video and animations and group chat already exist but in others not at all. John Watson is founder of the Evergreen Education Group which conducts research on K. Through twelve digital learning. I asked him if American schools are ready for long-term virtual learning. I honestly don't know and I think the more interesting answer to that question is. I'm not sure that anybody really knows. And the reason I say that is because there's different elements In terms of preparation for school closings. You need to understand how many students have access to devices which may or may not be supplied by the school. You need to understand whether students have Internet access at home. Or if they have other places that they're able to get to as well and then even more so you need to understand whether the teachers have some level of comfort with teaching online right I would imagine digital divide must play into this in a huge way. Kids have to have access to devices and Internet to take advantage of these tools that they're rolled out right and access is probably the single biggest challenge. That school has to think about in this situation and in particular when you're talking about school closure Because of a crowbar is concerned You can't necessarily have those students going to public library. Let's say to access computers there or to a coffee shop to get online there If they have a computer but not Internet access at home there are some schools. They've arranged hotspots for students. They have arranged some places that those students would be able to go. It's still a challenge to think about doing this at this kind of scale and this time type of time frame that they're thinking about right exactly where I was going which is sort of if widespread school closures happen. And they happen for a long time. Do you think it's realistic? You know in smaller districts are bigger districts nationwide that will be able to maintain the sort of the same level of education. This may not be a very satisfying answer. But I know of districts that have invested enough in thinking about online learning that they will be able to make the shift and do so fairly successfully. And I know of districts that undoubtedly won't be able to make that shift what I don't know is what percentage of districts fall into each of those categories. And we unfortunately may be on the brink of an unplanned experimented. How prepared districts are. Yeah I wonder I mean. Is it an opportunity or is it fair to say? It's a little past due for schools to do this. You know my thirteen year old was homesick yesterday and I thought I'm surprised that there's no I don't know just always on conference line for him to dial into to the classroom. It's an opportunity because I think this is showing Schools that there's a need and actually be clear about this. There are plenty of Schools including plenty of brick and mortar schools. That are engaging in online instruction in some form. This is a little bit different if you're trying to shift the large majority of one hundred percent of Instruction Online. I do think that there's going to be an increased number of school leaders who Who coming out of this will understand a bit more about what the options are and also a little bit more about what the challenges are as well when I see some stories about school closures and the opportunity to use online learning. Some of them are a bit shallow. They focus on the tools solely. And there's no question that the tools exist. The challenges are around. Making teachers are prepared to teach online and also making sure students and parents and families are prepared to learn online as well I would imagine there must be companies who are offering these types of services who potentially Santa Benefit. There's no doubt that the companies that are involved in online learning will have some opportunities and part of the reason for that is simply as we're talking about This issue is raising awareness about the possibilities of online learning among students parents. Educators They I think are now understanding. How much online. Learning how? Many tools and Russa's resources are readily available having said that it's also a challenging situation because the challenges are not so much around the tools and the content as much as they are around changing the way that teaching is done and changing student and parent expectations. And there's not a silver bullet for being able to do that. The smart companies that know this. They're handling the messaging well. We're seeing that already that they're talking about what they're capable of and not overselling what they're capable of. I am a little bit worried about the possibility that some companies may take advantage of the lack of understanding. And what they're capable of. I think there's undoubtedly a level of buyer. Beware in terms of being careful about going with the companies that are being a bit more measured and what they're saying they can do and being really careful about any that say they can handle this one hundred percent. I think it's a bit more challenging than that. John Watson is founder of the Evergreen Education Group. That experiment begins in bothell Washington. Where students from thirty six schools begin online education today and now for some related links? You can read a letter from the superintendent at the bottles school district over at marketplace tech dot org that town is located near the epicenter of Washington's Kobe. Nineteen outbreak Los Angeles is also telling parents to prepare for possible. School closing as is New Jersey Education. Week had a post last week about how most schools will not be prepared for remote learning if they have to close for a long period of time
Fighting Fires with Lt. Sarinya Srisakul, FDNY'S First Asian Woman Firefighter
"We're GONNA introduce guest richest guest. You WanNa take it away. Sure thanks this. We have another righteous guest up. She is the first ever Asian American female firefighter for the New York City. Fire departments and now the first Asian women lieutenant in the near New York City Fire Department. Please welcome Serena's Russa cool so perhaps we usually start off with asking our guests like describe what you do right because sometimes stylised or they're in entrepreneur and you have a title where it's like a firefighter. It's pretty planetary on the surface. But I don't think most people know like what really means. Fighter could you kind of simply due in Lieutenant House? Oh yeah so. I'll talk a little bit about finger. Firefighters I and Lieutenant so as a firefighter besides qualifiers you also do a medical calls for accidents stuck elevators electrical water utility emergencies Water main breaks Anything that doesn't neatly fit in the category of like what? Police officer does usually. It's the Fire Department. See something say something. We show up to that Any weird random rescues anyway that that's the fire department and sounds like is like better better to be safe than sorry kind of situations where you show up fully geared up with the big as like trump and and it's like a cigarette. Yeah our code for when they're smoking weed is it. Smells like incense. It smells like wink. Wink City colitis incense situation. So before you get into the lieutenant part what you were saying you do you guys cover pretty much everything that the police department wouldn't cover a lot with them to you. Yeah so they show up Even medical calls US ambulances and them show up so you obviously had your tenure in that space. So y'all can you describe what that sure basically? I'm just the supervisor so boss the boss there is. You're saying firetruck. There was a fire truck. There's a fire engine. The engine was the difference. Engine has hosing them back. So it's like the shorter rig And so out of fire. Engines stretch the hose line and put the fire out right and it's heavy unwieldy hose so you need a team and they're the ones that need the hydrant right the truck. They have the ladders in the back. So they're the ones that do the ventilation and they do the searches so there have the ladders for the people who are trapped inside. Yeah so and with the I guess. The utility emergencies the engines go to medical emergencies and the trucks go to the stock elevators and water leaks. So that's how we divide up tasks. Yeah so when you look at a rid great Either in an engine or truck. The person who's driving is called a chauffeur and the person next to the show for the officer. And it's either a lieutenant or a captain so in every fire company there's three lieutenants and one captain so I'm a brand new lieutenant so I don't have a permanent station right now. So I'm kind of like a substitute teacher. So whenever any officers sick or on vacation I cover their spot for when they're gone. I'm in North Queens. Which is where I'm assigned So as an officer. I'm a supervisor. Supervise the crew. I'm working with for the day and I do the paperwork for like their how they get paid. People were As a crew during the day. Let's say it's a car accident at the work on that. Cpr Do paperwork on that anything like that. That's the job of the officer to do the paperwork for whatever emergency does and make the decisions Of the best things to do in a fire situation the officers go in with the insight team of the truck and You know you help locate the fire if you're in the truck if you're in the engine then you like hall for whatever needs to happen for the crew to bring in to help fight the fire. Okay got you. I mean thousand foes. Luggage very thorough. There's so many different layers to it. A military base allow paramilitary organization. So we want to rewind a little bit about your beginnings in his career like as Joe mentioned early on the First Asian woman firefighter and ESPN. Y Yes I mean. The FDA wide probably existed for what three four Hundred Years Ono sixty three hundred gifts more than a century. Yes obviously in. Women firefighter in its history. Yes I was the only for a long time. I recently told us a little bit about that. Like what like. What made you decide to do that? I like if you could just kind of explain to us what's What was that like? Yeah it is a good question because it is very different and unique for someone like me to go into this world but I was recruited by my friend who really wanted to be be. A firefighter actually went to school. Down THE STREET FROM HERE. I went to Parsons School of design studying illustration that yeah yeah. It was kind of more Typical route even though. It's atypical or school. But there are other Asian women who are and My Friend Really WanNa be a firefighter was living in San Francisco. Came back to New York When New York was hiring Just want to put a note in New York. Only hires once every four years just crazy? Yeah and you have to be seventeen and a half two older than twenty nine. So he can't be older than twenty years old to take the test so I happen to be twenty one at the time and my friend was like just kind of thought. I was a great job and I never really was exposed to any civil service jobs like my mom was a nurse and my dad like worked at a lake at an office. You know For Asian Shipping Company. And so I didn't really was exposed firefighters cops or anything like that and so I got dragged to this orientation that the fire department was having was first time. I met women firefighters and they showed. It was a really corny presentation They showed us like they. Call us. Sizzle reel fire like Microsoft word. Who SO QUIRKY EVENT CALENDARS NO? Hell no hell no it. Was you know honestly it was looking at the other women and seeing how diverse they were me like? They were like short women's hall when they were League. Normal looking. Women are different than them. If they can do it. You know Addis predisposition thought of what that person looked like right as like a normal person would like firefighter. Thousand Two right after nine eleven. It was right after nine. Eleven and everything in the media was not just a man but a white man And how brave they were and this and that and you know. I guess it was more a fear of like. I don't WanNa die like going to work. It was three hundred forty. Three people died that day and it was like this horrible thing that happened. Everyone's like Kinda shellshocked But then you know they addressed it at Orientation. They said like the trainings really good. You get to help people I went to art school after that. I was in communion organizing worked in the nonprofit world for awhile and you know at the end of the day just wanted to help people The nonprofit world doesn't pay very much and I saw how much firefighters were making union job all the retirement. You Know My pension it's twenty years and retire and I'll say oh I can retire my forties. This is great. You know I was really like bought into a and being the first Asian woman I knew at the time I would have been the first one so that really was appealing to me to to break that barrier so I just like went
The Holocaust diary that lay unread for 70 years
"Arranged rain. Yes Beagle was living in Poland months before the outbreak of World War Two when she wrote the first entry in her now published diary. Spiegel died the Holocaust but her diary has since shed light on her life. Under Soviet and Nazi Rule Spiegel was born village in Poland in one thousand nine hundred eighty four. Her parents points were Russa and Bernard Spiegel and she had a younger sister named Arianna in nineteen. Thirty eight Arianna a child. Actress went to live in Warsaw with Russia in pursuit of her career Iran. Yeah went to live with her grandparents in Shimmer a town in Poland. Ariana went back to Shimmer. Show that summer returning turning without her mother on January thirty first nineteen thirty nine when she was fifteen years old Spiegel began writing in her diary in her first diary diary. Entry Spiegel wrote the following in part. Why did I decide to start a diary today? Has something important happened. Have I discovered that my friends are keeping diaries of their own own. No I just want a friend somebody I can talk to about my everyday worries. Enjoys somebody who will feel what I feel. Believe what I say. Never reveal we all my secrets. No human being could ever be that kind of friend. She wrote about how her life used to be in Warsaw. How she missed her mother and how she felt like she had no real home? She also wrote about her school in classmates. As the start of World War Two loomed Spiegel continue to write in her diary about her friends. Friends family boys sadness nostalgia in war. She also wrote poems. Andrew in the diary but by September of Nineteen thirty nine Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union occupied Poland and the country was divided between the two invaders with the Nazis. In the west and the Soviets in the East Rusell was stuck in Nazi controlled territory while arena and Arianna were on the Soviet side. The two children and their grandfather left town while their grandmother stayed behind their father disappeared during the war and was presumed killed as World War. Two steadily intensified Spiegel kept attending school in Schimmel and fell in love with a boy named Zygmunt Sparser in one thousand nine hundred eighty one days after her first kiss with sparser the the Third Reich declared war on the Soviet Union arena and other Jewish people begin. Having to wear a white armband with a Blue Star of David on it the Germans Hans began establishing ghettos in Poland in July nineteen forty two s the Nazis murder thousands of Jewish Polish people. They set up a sealed ghetto commercial arena and her friends and relatives were ordered to stay in the ghetto. Zygmunt who was working with the local resistance managed to get a and Arianna out of the ghetto he set arena and his parents up in the attic of a house where his uncle lived. He took Arianna to a friend's father and he took over arenas his diary writing about his efforts to save his girlfriend and family. The Nazis executed arena farceurs parents on July thirtieth nineteen forty two to when they found the attic hiding spot arena was only eighteen years old when she was killed sparser wrote the last words in the diary he. He wrote about the execution of Iranian and his parents expressing his anguish at their deaths survived the Holocaust and eventually pass the diary to roots and Arianna Oriana now named Elizabeth Belic the two women had fled to the US after World War Two. The nearly seven hundred page diary stayed in a safe deposit posit box in New York City for more than forty years. It was published in Polish in twenty sixteen and in two thousand nineteen. The first full English translation of the diary was published. The diary is noted. As a unique and well-written personal account of everyday life under Soviet and Nazi occupation in Poland.
"russa" Discussed on Sports Wars
"Where he was just really tuned in and then you go to bat and one way to bring had to life or to explain it would if you remember you august-september whenever both those guys came to bet the cameras would flash soon as a pitcher's throwing because they wanted to catch the swing the swing right well. Mark never saw those things because his concentration was so focused on the pitcher that you're looking at the the ball out of the guy's hand and as I repeat to me the most impressive part of what they and mark from our experience accomplish was the ability to absolutely tune every distraction out and just concentrate on seasonable hit and you probably doubly no mark better than anybody in the game at this point and even to today probably given your time managing him in Oakland and Saint Louis was he always like this it does it did his disposition remained constant from when he was a rookie until retirement or was there a way in which his personality and focus evolved Ono on he grew. It was a good time in his career. You know he signed his rookie. was everybody knows his nineteen eighty-seven and he showed his potential hit forty nine home runs as a rookie and it was and he was just seeing hitting any he didn't. WanNa overcomplicate the contest between the pitcher and a hitter didn't run a lot of advanced first reports didn't WANNA watch a lot of tape all he wanted to do is go up there and just see the ball and and his batting average reflected that there are times that he got fooled yeah but by the time you know ten eleven years later he had developed a real understanding of what pitchers and catchers were doing to get them out and the adjustments that were necessary and so he was studying what was likely to transpire fire so he could be ready and then he can be ready to adjust and you add that to the fact that over that ten year plus period he had really changed his mechanics to where he could get to pitch in the strike zone and get through it to elevated with underspin power so he he was he was exactly exactly ready for that moment because he was so smart not just about the concentrating part but about the game between the pitcher and a hitter and what his swing wing look like any edit outstanding hitting coach you know that that kept kept him on track and that's why a ps of that years later when he retired in two thousand ten eleven he became the hitting coach with Saint Louis Cardinals that went on to coach the dodgers and padres because he had developed that expertise way beyond his tally is basic talent. What's it like coaching the rest of the roster when you have so much attention on on one player more so than probably any player in any season during your career or even really since one thousand nine hundred ninety eight. How do you manage a group of guys who are treated did as surrounding players by everybody watching the game that is a great question and fortunately you know an. I and I don't ever disrespect Sam because they were raised different places you know mark was raised. In southern California went to southern cal. I mean he's he was used to you know a a lot of Nice things in life and im- Santa came up in the Dominican where he you know he became something special without the background sound of of all the privileges that come with with success like that salad sent. Sammy really embraced it and there were times that the his teammates were really excluded in almost and had to be pushed aside because there was so much attention on him well. It's is a hundred and eighty degrees degrees different with the cardinals because partly because the personality difference we discussed but partly because mark really felt like he was just a teammate in his contribution was playing good first base great first base and doing something offensively to win a game and and as a consequence he was beyond concerned with his teammates getting credit to the point where he got criticized if he hit a home homerun and we lost he didn't really WanNa talk about it. 'cause we lost and he didn't want to be celebrating a home run the clubhouse while there were guys in that club author contributed to loss if we WANNA game and he hit a meeting this home run when we wrought by seven to make us up by eight he wanted the attention on the guys that have gotten the six or seven on the board and a pitching to the point where go interview them first and later so efforts like those really endeared mark to his teammates because he knew they knew that he really wanted include exclude them in any way if it hadn't been that way if mark were we're more of a loner. Do you think he could have accomplished what he accomplished with. You know being a shire more reserve guy part of his motivation was just to contribute to the team but he's a competitor right and once he got into the competition with Sammy he really embraced you know going with Sammy and see who could hit more home runs so he was very competitive about that. Do you think that was happening. The majority of the season or at a certain point when it was clear that Sammy and market separated themselves salves was when mark really turned his attention to making sure he stayed ahead of Sammy. Were there was another story. That really started it. By the time we came to spring training meaning. Everybody was talking about what kind of year he could have and there were conversations and questions were being asked him in spring training. Can you hit sixty. Can you get to babe. Can you pass Roger. He was being asked at the beginning and opening day the Grand Slam homer to get it started and so the very I would say the first half of the year. The attention was hey look at look at the pace that he's on and can he break the record and then what happened is a sammy also went you know got really hot on the other side the other team and then it became the contest between the two but the point is it's mark carry this burden the pressure of it literally from the first is spring train to the end to the season. How much time do you have as a manager to pay attention to other things happening around the league that may affect not necessarily how you manage but how people people are looking at your team so managers do that because they feel like it's part of their job to make sure they stay abreast of what's happening in baseball and especially in in your particular league but in my case it was it was a labor of love. I mean you get up in the morning and you got a night game. You know you got ours ours so studying the box scores was just into you know part of it was yeah what what what can you learn it might help your club that night or soon thereafter but the other part was just fascinated by the game of baseball and you watch it and you watch the pennant races in every division and you watch who's pitching well. WHO's hitting well. You even see who's struggling struggling. I mean that's all part of you know love and the game and enjoying us so there's plenty of time to do that and completely concentrate on your team against team that night by one thousand nine hundred eight you had managed in the central and against the cubs and Sammy Sosa a fair amount. Do you remember being surprised by by a hitter like that going from. Being a guy who had thirty five forty home runs a season to what he was doing in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight especially. I think he hit twenty in June. Yes I was surprised yeah. I saw Sammy when he was with Texas you know and he was slender that he just got bigger and stronger but at the time that he came to the cubs you could see the power potential but he added refined the other things about quality hitting like you know having a good strike zone and and making sure that swing it you could he could be very aggressive and chase falls out of his own for example so so that the as and when he got by nineteen ninety eight then he he had refined those elements of good hitting. which is you know you you can only hit the pitches in the good part of the strike zone? If you chase bitches at the edge of the strike zone you're batting average is going to be under two hundred so you can see him develop as okay put that power along with the elements of good hitting.
"russa" Discussed on Sports Wars
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You don't need to go to the doctor's office or spend time waiting in the Pharmacy Line Blues Online Physician Concert is free and once approved your order shipped straight to your door in discreet packaging visit blue shoe dot com and get your first order free when you use Promo Code Food Sports Wars. You just pay five dollars shipping again. That's B. L. U. E. Chew Dot Com Promo Code Sports Wars alrigh- by all right it is now my distinct pleasure to welcome. Oh come on long longtime Major League Baseball manager he has every award we have a World Series Award winning manager and who better to give us insight into into what went into not just Mark Maguire not just a home run chase but really the era of baseball and the modern era of Baseball Tony Larussa. Thank you very much for giving us your time they. I'm looking forward to it. What do you remember about the the state of baseball in the years following the nineteen ninety four strike. What do you think nineteen ninety eight and a home run chase played in bringing popularity back to the game. I think it really was a tremendous this boost of energy you know baseball and and it's fanatics have a you know it's a deep passion deep love and so they have a a forgiving giving side so the strike of ninety four hit hard and there was no doubt in ninety five that you could feel the disappointment frustration anger of some fans there towards you season. It got a little better ninety six than a little different for me because I had just come to the National League and you walked into the the passion pit of Saint Louis Cardinal Baseball for sure we were regaining a little steps but in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight them and they just took gigantic gigantic the game took gigantic steps to reenergize our fans because of of Sammy and mark's home run chase. Do you think anything else could have brought fans and media attention back to the game other than something as over the top and bombastic as these two players hitting giant home runs to very likable double players hitting giant home runs the way they did. I don't think that hadn't thought about it that way but just make quick gut feel would be no because if you think about the most dramatic example offensively as a home run and one of the different say you had a pitch a couple of pitchers that were having just amazing seasons well they pitch every five days but in home run chase you had two guys that were playing every day and the the dynamics nine annex the drama of the chase as especially as it got to the second half of the season was an everyday occurrence and people look forward to it every day and every day there was there's some kind of of impact which spurred even more interest so by nineteen ninety-eight you had been managing in the Big Leagues for about Twenty Years Nineteen in seventy nine to about nineteen ninety eight at that point. Did anything prepare you for that type of day in day out attention and scrutiny for from from one of your players if you take the example of participating in October baseball especially to be more specific if you get to the world series by that time you know had had the three year experience with the Oakland A.'s of eighty nine and ninety and what you have there is on a you know for about ten days potentially you had total attention to the baseball world tons of media from around the world watching gene the best of seven series between two teams. We recognize that that kind of you know almost overwhelming wing attention and you knew it was like and then you transfer that to the ninety eight example and as I say especially has it built to its conclusion in the second half of the season. It was very similar to a world series experience with kind of attention. It was getting from from media and fans. Can you see the forest through the trees at that point how well this is reflecting on baseball. How many even non baseball baseball fans are paying attention to the sport because of the home run chase or is it. You know you're in that daily grind. It's sort of hard to take the ten thousand foot view. Now that was was that was a a no brainer because no matter where you walked I mean 'cause you're GonNa have a night game. You're out in the streets going the lunch or whatever and you know you're running running into people and the the comments and the interest was so apparent and it was so strong long that you couldn't escape it and once you got the Ballpark then you're totally embraced by all all the the interest and the desire to see something special that night the best example obviously was in early. September MAC and and Sammy we're in the same ballpark there in at Busch Stadium so in the two teams played again that that really brought it to its maximum it was captivating and and we all enjoyed it. What do you remember that. It was interesting that you said you know you go out for lunch. Especially on the road and you can't escape people talking to you about it. What would people say to you even on on the road about the home run chase even May June July. What what were the comments or the comments to me are they. Were pulling for mark sure that the the cubs fans would be pulling for Sammy but they were all about aid. You'd think they can do it. you know what what are the keys. I mean I'm a does he is. He heard is he is. He retired again frustrated. Easy Hawkins constantly the probably the most important and and frequent question was how is it possible for mark and I'm sure guys say same questions were being asked of Sammy how can an individual concentrate with so much attention and so much pressure to keep this thing moving forward and my answer was well. It's we watch it every day and and in our guy and evidently there guy is is really just finding a way to tune things out and just concentrate on on their craft which is looking for good bitching hitting as far as they could. What do you remember about marks mindset. During this time. Obviously Sammy had the much bigger personality. He was an extrovert whereas mark seemed to be a lot more reserved a lot more focused and thinking inside of his head rather than having a big personality externally. How is he handling things. Throughout the season the part that couldn't be reported because you know the reporters would know enough was Sammy was extrovert in which just really embracing all the attention and market time they thought people said he was surly and withdrawn because you know he's he has he has a shy quality tool and really didn't like attention being put on himself to the exclusion his teammates but the other side to it that I think it's important to mention when in the sanctity of that locker room and around his teammates. which were his family you know mark? Mark is engaging personality. I mean mark was the first guy to laugh at anything. We always thought that if you're a comedian we're doing a GIG. A comedy place put McGuire in the front row. I mean he can't help himself so it would mark part of his sanity was surrounding himself with the family and in having a great time in that in that locker room and they were kidding and you know doing things the guys doing it and they're having fun with because mark wanted to have fun within within the family but so as a cameras were all in a game was over you know he was he did not like center of attention but in the end the thing that that impressed me the most when you when you have a really wasn't just strength it was a stroke that did you could hit a strike and get that underspin where the ball carriage forever and all you know that's mechanical and it's timing and were a product of art work in the end the thing that I did most of us remember the most was his ability to concentrate at the moment of the games the at bats and if I could give you a verbal picture of it because they showed us so often if Mark Maguire was the third hitter that inning and there was a hitter at Bat and a hitter on deck mark would be in the corner dugout and you could see him. He ended battering shoulder and you could see him. Sometimes is closing his eyes and you could just see it was apparent that he was kostrate. You wouldn't take a nap and then he would as one hitter was done. He'd walk to so the on Deck Circle. He had a certain routine where he stretched his shoulders and took a few swings and then he do that same thing but abandoned shoulder and stand there and when when you were close to him and Doug I you could I mean I could feel the vibes from his brain.
Legislation to force PM Johnson to seek a 3 month Brexit extension
"British lawmakers again rejected boris johnson's plans for brexit in votes late last night. They passed a bill that would require mister johnson and to seek a three month extension to the deadline at the end of october. They also rejected his request to hold a general election before the extension had been agreed to by the e._u. Needless to say mr johnson wasn't pleased with the turn of events russa's be good. He's completely impossible for government to function. If the house of commons refuses to pass anything thing that the government proposes descend douglas is in london so jason what next okay so the bill that was passed yesterday noise to be heard on the house of lords. We were expected to take a bit of time because some conservative lords from pars johnson's party <hes> had been planning to talk to filibuster it but we heard this morning that in fact the government has decided to give way on this and that it should move through the lord's quite rapidly so we'd expect the bill to become law on monday. Just before parliament is suspended. What happens after that is a great great big fight over when to hold an election so what's going to happen. In the next few days is we're going to have a bit of to and fro ing between the main parties over exactly when this election will happen there will be lots of calling each other chicken and frit frightened and so on and we respect the government to bring back a proposal pretty quickly to try get a date of election a set. That's jason douglas in london
How Was Andr the Giant Larger than Life?
"Today's episode is brought to you by the Capital, One card with Capital, One saver card. You can earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. That means four percent on checking out that new French restaurant and four percent on bowling with your friends. You'll also earn two percent cashback at grocery stores, and one percent on all other purchases. Now, when you go out you cash in Capital, One, what's in your wallet terms apply? Welcome to brainstorm a production of iheartradio. Hey, brain stuff. Lauren Vogel bomb here. Fans knew Andre the giant as the eighth wonder of the world, but friends and loved ones had their own designation. We spoke by Email with Benjamin Brown. An archivist for world, wrestling, entertainment, or the WWE. He said, under the giant was and still is affectionately referred to as boss, symbolizing, the respect he commanded and was appropriately given long before the towering icon, became a pop culture, phenomenon under the giant was Andrew SAAF, a French kid who led up somewhat average life until puberty hit born in Grenoble, France in nineteen Forty-six resolve was beautiful baby has older brother and Thuan said an HBO documentary about Andre's life, quote, he was normal his life changing transformation began in his early teens when it became evident that Roussel mauve had to Terry Glenn disorder called acrimoniously the sorter. According to the mayo clinic occurs, when the Patou itary gland produces too much growth hormone during adulthood, causing the bones to increase in size. It typically affects middle aged. Notes, but can happen at any age and what it strikes, still developing kids like it did, and muffs case it can cause a condition called, gigantism, which results in, abnormal increases in height and exaggerated bone growth, Roussel, muffs major physical, transformation occurred in the time between his departure from home at age fourteen to seek employment outside of granola and his first return visit at age nineteen nineteen Eighty-one Sports Illustrated profile reported indeed during the five years young Andre had been estranged from his parents, he'd grown so large that even as mother and father failed at first and even second glance to recognize him or to connect the giant. They had seen on television with the gangly dreamer, who would hide himself to Paris so long before. Of continued to grow by the age of twelve he hit six feet, that's one point eight meters and two hundred and forty pounds or a hundred kilos and rapidly grew from there. So he set his sights on a career that allowed him to use his size to his advantage. Wrestling after training with French champion Frank. Val wa who later became his manager worse enough begin competing under the name zone. Fair in Montreal and monster off in Japan. The young giant began making a name for himself, as a baby-faced colossal, competitor and bell wa introduced him to legendary wrestling promoter and Smick man senior as the founder of the world, wide, wrestling federation, or WWF, which later became the WWE McMahon made a few suggestions to increase Russa muffs. Potential success, including a name change McMahon dubbed, the wrestler, Andre the giant and sent him off to compete around the world. On March twenty sixth nineteen Seventy-three under the giant made has WWF debut at New York City's Madison Square Garden. He went onto wrestle more than three hundred days a year and rose to fame is one of the industry's most respected competitors. Brown said under the giant surpassed the often one dimensional nature of attraction wrestler to become a massive draw wherever he went in the world. Andre was both the leader of the locker room and measuring stick for all those who came after Andre the giant was intelligent multi-lingual an exceptional in ring talent. While the wrestler, success is indisputable his eventual size is up for debate most sources claim. He reached a height of seven feet four inches. That's two point two meters, though, according to biography dot com. He was more likely closer to six feet eleven inches or one point nine meters. It's full size Rousseff weighed about five hundred pounds, that's two hundred and twenty six kilos, the wrestler's unique physicality led to plenty of opportunities outside of the ring, including a memorable role in the nineteen eighty seven film the prince. Bride and resolves love for food and drink was no joke. There are many stories of him drinking more than one hundred beers. In one sitting though, it supposedly wasn't the norm. His best friend Tim white told WWE had go into a restaurant and eat twelve stakes and fifteen lobsters just to quote put on a show and have some laughs. Roussel offer main, too formidable competitor throughout his career taking on titans, like hulk HOGAN, and macho man, Randy savage, but by the early nineteen ninety s the effects of his Akra medically and the massive physical wear and tear of his career had led to severe effects on his health mega is known to cause everything from high blood pressure and cardiovascular disease to spinal cord compression vision loss, resume of grappled with chronic pain, and could no longer endure the rigors of wrestling, he retreated to his North Carolina ranch. But flew home to France at early nineteen Ninety-three when his father passed away, on January twenty seventh nineteen Ninety-three Andre the giant died and asleep congestive heart failure. The wrestler was never married, but he was survived by a daughter Robin. Christianson Russa mauve born in nineteen Seventy-nine under the giant continues to be heralded by wrestling fans as one of the sport's greatest competitors. Brown said this quote is from Tim white Andres best friend who called me while I was writing this, once he befriended, you he was your friend for life. Space episode was written by Michelle Constantinople ski and produced by Tyler click brain stuff is a production with I heart radio. How stuff works for more on this, and lots of other massive topics. Visit our home. Planet has works dot com. And for more podcast iheartradio, I heart radio app, apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. Today's episode is brought to you by the Capital One saver card earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. Two percent at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you cash in what's in your wallet terms apply.
DotMusic Wins Rights to .MUSIC Domain Name Extension
"Listeners will not love more music, and once again on counting down the days to the Glastonbury festival next month well on planning on completely losing ourself and recharging my motor by putting my smartphone and technology downing going off thicker head for a few days. And the media will talk about three to five headline acts and how that's the whole purpose of the weekend. The best thing about that whole event is actually not the headline is but wondering round nine hundred acres around. I think it's one point four square miles and soaking up over a thousand acts across many, many stages and actually stumbling across things I wouldn't normally listen to even find myself in a hurry Krishna turn a few years ago. Oh, but that's the story for another time. But I do want to talk about music and technology today because hearing twenty nine thousand nine if you ever looked up let's say Drake and tried to go to Drake dot com. You quickly realize it has nothing to do with Drake the artist for that you need to go to Drake official dot com. Just to find his information and this highlights how even the world's biggest artist don't always own their dot com. Website. But a new domain name called dot music is looking to change that and change that digital music landscape because dot music, we'll be the first to main extension launch with music tailored policies to actually protect Craig as rights and ensure the only legitimate music artists industry professionals and companies can claim their name without fear of cybersquatting, all piracy, essentially dot music is the exclusive community top level domain name initiative, giving music entities an artist a unique identity online and the specialized dot music web address actually enhances LeBron's visibility online and ensures that dot music websites are associated with a memorable self-explanatory an ultimately trusted badge representing the music industry. What excites me about dot music? Paving the way for next generation of the internet by building a home to everything related to music. I mean since two thousand and four. Live under the slogan wheel music dot music. As also embarked on an extensive communication outreach campaign to launch this domain name and the initiative, so I want to find out more about this journey, and how dot music, the dot music, domain more, and how a small company with a big dream be out tech behemoths, which is Google Amazon and secured, the top level domain extension. He's a fantastic story. It's an inspirational story so book elope and hold on tight. So I can be me is all the way to Los Angeles. So we can speak with Constantine Russa's, founder and CEO of dot music. So massive warm. Welcome to the show Constantine. Can you tell valley says about who you are? And what you do. Yeah. Hi, thanks for having me know. My name is Constantine Russa's. I'm the founder and CEO of dot music. I'm responsible for setting an executing mission and purpose of dot music, which is to create a trusted and safe online haven for music consumption, licensing, establishing, a safe home on the internet for music, community members and protecting intellectual property and fighting piracy and supporting musicians, welfare and beyond. The implementation of the dot music mission. I also lead the strategic direction and execution of dot music's goes to launch a safe and verified dot music domain extension. Like, he's fantastic what you do here. And for people just saying about you for the first time don't music is a community based to main extension is supported and then. Thousands of the most trusted and influential musical stations all across the world. But can you set the scene and bring older listeners up to speed with exactly what it as in who your customers will ultimately be? So dot music is a generic top level. Gombeen extensions. Also known as a T L D or a GT LD those acronyms. Could also be called a domain ending or suffix just to give examples of other domain extensions. You've got dot com dot net dot org dot TV dot U, K dot info, eccentric cetera. And basically any member of the global community will be able to register adopt music through global retailers such as go daddy weeks. One in one in the web address of will look like something like WWW dot your named on music for the customers are obviously musicians creators, artists bands music industry professionals music companies. In other words, any entity that relates to music full minorities point, if you then what's the difference between having adult music, domain, competitor dot com, domain that is the million dollar question right there. And it's it's one of the questions that that we always get Oviously. What is the difference? And what are the advantages of dot music over dot com. So so basically, the the idea of of dot music is for the domain extension to be exclusive to the global music community. In other words, if you're a pet owner, and you want to do a website about your pet that wouldn't work if you're a first furniture owner that would either. So it would be exclusive only to music usage. And Furthermore, it has enhanced safeguards copyright protection. Brand name protection owners will be verified. And basically it would be a badge of trust. In addition, something that's very special ball dot music will be the build insecurity. In other words, HTTPS? So this helps for search engine ranking and we have Google for the pioneers in that space. They launched the first domain extension, which incorporates this building security HTTPS in dot app dot APP, and they have made statements, and it's it's one hundred percent certainty that they give secure sites a ranking boost in Google search. So obviously if you have dot apt that website will rank higher with everything held equal. It would rank higher in the search results. And we thought that was fantastic. 'cause 'cause it's aligned with our safe twisted, secure, verified dot music. So we will also incorporate that built in security, so we'll be the second top level domain. Attention after Google's extensions that will incorporate that, and we believe search engine ranking is a key determinant. Also the other question that we get with respect to dot music versus dot com is the idea that don't music will replace I- musicians or music companies dot com. I think that's the wrong idea. I actually think that's the way that it should work is sort of like social media. You've got your Twitter account. You've got your Facebook. You've got your Instagram, and you've got all these complementaries that help you build your brand increase, your reputation, and and traffic, so let me explain for example. Let's say you're a big artist and you've got your dot com and your strategy for that is to sell tickets or want. Not. So you determine the strategy don't music on the other hand, it's strength is more technical than anything else. So in other words, it will be optimized to get higher. Search engine ranking and also to increase conversions. So the studies out there that say that if you have a exact match. For something that the looking for then you'll conversion rates are higher, for example. Let's take Queen. So so if you have W W, W W, W dot Queen dot music and people are looking for Queen music, queens music, and they see the URL while they want to know if it's official unofficial and whatnot. They would click higher chance of them clicking on it in the search engine results. Secondly, the other issue with dot com is Google, and Bing and all the search engines have no idea whether the the websites vary fight or license or on license with his pirates with its no pirates. So it could be optimized as a signal to Google that. Hey, this is saved this trusted. You know, this is the authority website. And it's official and you can actually build a song strategy
"russa" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani
"But. I really really a big big game plan. No, come out Russa pressure fighter. Put his will and his opponents and that was the whole game plan. That's just what he did. And that you can do that for the last seven years. So I I don't wanna be a hater or something about some coaches. They make themselves to important it's all about the fighter and the and the training room to drink partners. And then the train the trainers dad is important, but the don't some put that on the on the highest platform, you know, that's interesting. Well, let me let me push back a little bit. If I can now beating Tyron Woodley is in an amazing amazing feat. But what about the argument that? Okay. You're right. You need to have this versatile ability because you never know if your opponents going to change or what they're going with these things changed so often, and you got to be well rounded that part I can understand. But what about the idea that if you caught someone so good if you didn't have a game plan? That's just not enough prep. Like if you've bought someone like John j-o-h-n? I will be honest. I'm not sure how you beat someone like him without a game plan. No, he's the best or or whole time for me. So it's very difficult to beat him. But again, I understand what you mean. Of course, there's a little there's a game plan. But we just in our Jim we don't look at films with all the coaches write stuff down and this stuff from paper. That's una. Coach does does it that way. And we'll do it our way we just train in the mornings and in the evenings. With the group of good fighters with all kinds of finest kick, boxers wrestlers. I mean, look we not have one or two you have guys we have fourteen years. She guys nine better guy three glory fighters to one of each NPR's. We have so many good fighters that if you can't keep up with these guys you just lose if you keep up with these guys you're going to be good everywhere. And John Johnson something special once every many many years a guy like that comes very difficult to beat everybody gets. Beat him. But he's very difficult to be. And I know I know because I fought John Jones nut me, but my fighters were shot and feet store. We've lost is it so bad. If you fight by ten times and you win nine times. And you lose the one guy. It's so bad. No. It's not bad. He just moved to the best find that there is. So I know what you mean. And I understand that his game plan. But we are just workload different. We just work out through time today work on stuff make are at least better, and we really don't care about what the other guys are training for because it's too much thinking, and and you never know what's going to happen. So just make sure you're prepared and come cardio is crazy good. That's another big point from him. And and and that's what we work on that. We can go forward for five rounds. That's just really the game playing. You know, what you said is right? John Jones is the best. It's the best day. He he'd beat everybody. And he's just so good everywhere. That'd be will be very difficult to be. So. I don't think that's a big problem. If if one guy is better than the rest and keep boxing winning or losing. It's a big difference..
"russa" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast
"And welcome back to the GMC sports park podcast. We just finished talking about the NBA game said happened yesterday. And now we're going on to the NFL week ten match ups that are taking place this Sunday. We will talk about the Monday night football matchup on Monday. But right now, let's talk about the Sunday matchups states Friday. Do you want me to go? I I you can go first, my friend. Okay. We let's go to not so interesting match averse. How about that the bills jets bills and jets that's the game of the week a two in seventeen versus at three and six team. Yes. No. No heirs Sam darnold. Prediction. That's I believe he's he's questionable. But he was in a really wasn't a he was on crutches. I believe was the story. And Josh Allen is also quite they're both are expected actually miss Allen. And are both expected to sit. Well, so there was that big rookie versus rookie matchup. We'd get mccown versus Peterman is it Peterman. Or is it are they going back to Derek Anderson? I don't know. But also the bills first round pick last year and bids is also questionable. So that is a bummer for them. Derek Anderson is out. So it leads. Only Nathan Peterman how should be starting a good for you. How the hell does an NFL team? After seeing Nate Peterman star like three or four NFL games. Still roll him out. I don't care if he's the only one left up your sister. How do you not science someone else and have them started that week that week? It doesn't even have to be kept for Nick. I know everybody's thinking coun- Russa's Nathan Peterman God downs like in arena. Football league matter who you got in this game. Let's move on. Zero zero tie and move on from the I got the jets got I got the jets too. I just need to have a score Nathan Peterman, and he took his wife to a birthday dinner in someone threw food at them. And was it was harassed. Oh my God. I saw that they had to go fund me, but that failed miserably to to get. That's that's like a running joke. But when you throw food at the man. Rasim checked his personal life in his wife's there. You are pushing a line that you should not be pushing surprise. He's married to be honest with you. I'm surprised she didn't divorce after seeing how many pixie through a little little harsh. I mean, you gotta go through sickness in a health the hardest. Good times and bad. Well, I'm also surprised that when he proposed the ring giving her accepted, you know, and return to the house, so not make fun of his his family. That is mocking his family. All right. So what's the score come on? We got. I the businesses. Gimme the jets winning like probably like eighteen to ten eighteen ten ships. Y'all say something like twenty three to ten jets. Okay. So let's move on. How about you wanna to talk about more interesting game? Can we do that? How about we? Go the lions and bears. Let's go lions and bears Detroit at Chicago Detroit winning. I'd lying in bear. Oh, my which ones which ones taken which is what's more deadly alliance or a bear? I don't know man who would win that fight probably a lion. Right. There's got it. This guy that happened. I had to have at least one time in human history. You're like the world they live in different climates. No. Yes, they they live in different areas of the world science. I don't think those in America like a lion as at habitated ill America, unless it's a melting bears have been around in Africa where. Blinds are mainly from do do do do do do. There's your knowledge for the day Africa. So I thought to that song. Yes, I try to get that to be my wedding song..
Explainer 138: What does the Wentworth by-election mean for Australias conservatives?
"John Morrison, deuce wave willing chilly. So the people of the strike in the office of prime minister and all be August Morrison became a strenuous forty. Seventh prime minister in the last three months, something like that. Anyway, it's getting tough to keep up his chances of staying in office long enough to enjoy any redecoration. He may have requested took a significant dip at the weekend when he's party contrived to lose a by-election for one of the safest seats in the country and in so doing to the coalition, they lead into a minority government. I knew there would be tough ties, and there would be great dice today is a tough day, but the great dies are coming. Resulted? I is on liberals not on dive sham. The federal electorate of windless embraces several of the richest suburbs of Sydney, the most expensive city in one of the world's wealthiest countries Wentworth has been a look for the liberal party that Morrison leads since that party was founded in nineteen forty four, you'll reminder that Australia's liberal party is actually straights conservative party and for the liberals ancestor parties all the way back to a strenuous first general election in nineteen o one the MP who've AK aided the seat was Morrison's, immediate predescessor as prime minister. Malcolm Turnbull who as recently as two thousand sixteen, retain the seat with sixty two percent of the vote. So the liberal party should know more lose Wentworth than a strenuous cricket. Team should lose a test match to Greenland bellarusse, but lose it. They have and they're tiny parliamentary majority with it. One, the c would make history and my friends, we have made history. With sufficient time having now elapsed to Dan, those torrents of Sheldon for delays tiers of lofta the questions of how and why must be addressed. The liberals loss of Wentworth is a consequence of hubris. Specifically, the kind of complacency that can sit in when you've held a seat for a hundred seventeen years. The candidate they stood was a solid if uninspiring technocrat, who doesn't even live in Wentworth. Although in Dave shamans defense, few people can't afford to. It's the kind of place where even Malcolm Turnbull splendid. Harbourside pile doesn't seem untoward -ly Austin, Texas, and he'd been reluctant to relocate to the prime minister's official residence because he didn't want to move to smaller house. A contemptible has offered to stay in his fifty million dollar plus homicide mansion rather than move into the official Sydney residents curability house. The prime minister said his own house is closer to his grandson, and that he and his wife will use cure villi flu official functions and that sort of get up that, what do you think? But to criticize the liberals choice of candidate is to say nothing of the monstrous blundered caused the by election in the first. Place, which was the liberal party's decision to oust turn before the end of his term in an attempt to bathe in a more popular newly before the next general election ju by may two thousand nineteen if opinion polls, and now went worth, are any guide. The liberals have committed the Aira recently endemic industry in politics of chosing alita better liked by these Ellas party hardcore than by a bewildered voting public. Which brings us to what might be gleaned from went with choice of new MP. The by election in windward. She is Karen Phelps previously president of the astray in medical association and deputy Lord male Sydney, she stood for Wentworth. It should be made clear as an independent. The world has not turned entirely upside down and the liberals losing Wentworth to labor would not merely be like a stroke. Cricket team losing test match to Greenland or Belarus, but to Greenland or Bila Russa's basketball scored. But it's what Phillips believes and perhaps who Philps is, which suggests that the liberal party might have misjudged the direction in which the wind is blowing. The liberal party has long banked usually correctly on the idea that forest Reagan's economic conservatism and social conservatism of the same thing. The voters of Wentworth are begging to differ VO they are as unlikely as ever to hoist. The scarlet standard. Join a chorus of the Internationale and begin distributing this bay yacht factory workers. They've just elected gay woman who's policy priorities are climate change, and the fate of asylum seekers marooned on the rue industry is offshore holding facility. Young people, any women, any sparring independence out there? If you are thinking of running from parliament or running for public office? Yes, incumbent tough. Yes. The road can be hard, but it is so worth while that we have the right people stepping up to represent string. Now, only just governing party has me and months to get a more persuasive act together else, spare a thought for observers, Austrailia, politics, who will find themselves confronting these sixth occupant of the prime minister's office this decade and with all the jokes about revolving doors and the Jek deceits already long since done for monocle twenty four. I'm Andrew.
"russa" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast
"So we're not going to honor that agreement at all, and they couldn't deliver theon. Ramsay had to go get him so right. This is a nice little officiant seen that lets us know a couple of things the Blackfish escaped and this season entire season has told us that the Blackfish is a man to be reckoned with. Yes and having army, he doesn't. But if he ever found one hole and Russa's ruses the debris operation. Right? Sure. So the fact that he like, you know, he's trying to warn fray and freight doesn't give shit and Russa's. Like, as you said. And then like just the how phrase this obsessed with all these slights that he's and Ren Russa's turning his mind, the more serious things about whether you should move winter fell and how he's going to Russa's. He's, he knows he is a north Mun. He knows how much people love the Starks. He knows what is shit. He's been and he's going to have to try to rule over this land. It's the big, it's the biggest land area. It's like the north as big as the other six kingdoms combined. And he has shit on the people who have popularly ruled over this place for millennia. He has violated the most sacred social norm. How the fuck, how do you how to fuck? Do you govern Audi, fucked you govern? Yeah, it's going to be hard. Luckily north has no more armies left their pockets, their pocket. I bet there's lots of Bolton's. Let's Poulton probably lots of Bolton's. Probably lots of support from Taiwan Lancaster that he's in a pretty good. Position as far as military might positions go, but you're right. He's not. He does not have the Wilf people certainly. So I don't know. We'll see how it goes for him. I definitely get the feeling that is sort of humoring fray in this scene, but but not entirely. I also think he is a little bit reveling in the victory. They just scored. Yeah. Thing in his demeanor. That's like halfway between humoring and old stupid man and knowing, hey, we just did an awesome thing here. I think he's feeling them out like how much of an alliance don't want to. This was an alliance that convenience, and we're all smart for taking it. But right Walter phrase, an asshole, a stupid one at that, like it's kinda like that Reuss kind of distancing himself like being polite and all that, and being secretly pleased with himself. But also thinking this man's a fool and just lucked into this situation. Okay. So the next scene Ramsey eat support sausage while he taunts theon about his dismembered member, theon begs for death. But Ramsey says, they need him alive and Ramsey gives them a new name reek. Yeah. About this scene. It's it's excellent. Yeah, it's another. It's another torture seeing bring brings us up the seven, seven scenes of torture into episodes where the content this is all is to serve this slack. You know, I couldn't day moment, right? It's it's where you like, if you wanna show care here being utterly broken by a cap door, you give him a new name and you force them to internalize it right, sure. Which is which is why it's effective when he gets to this point and you can see that they're still a little bit of the on left, but you know, what do you do? What do you do? You strap to a cross and guys is going to just continue to beat the piss out of us going to get worse and worse until you say what they want. Like I, I mean, I want us. I don't know what that does to person, but we do know what it does to person. We, we know what pervasive psychological physical torture does to people dehumanizes them breaks down to this level. And that's, that's what this all this lead up to the fact that you're supposed to understand this man is no longer theon, great joy. Which serves to like the scene. We sit with the the great joys kind of debating what to do like that, that adds juice to that. But like all this has come down to this that that that Ramsey's broken this man down and turned him into something sub-human. Yeah. My touchstone for this concept of breaking someone down and forcing them to think a certain way that episode of Star Trek. Capture Picard and force them to say, therefore lights that would have been more. That'd be a better analogy for me to make rather than lavar Burton's performance..
Angelina Jolie claims Brad Pitt hasn't paid child support, plans to seek court order
"You believe that it's been almost two years since Angelina. Jolie and Brad Pitt got divorced or or wanted to be announced that they wanted to get divorced time, goes, by fast Are they not divorced officially no heavy reconciled. Nope they're not reconciled and word had rumor has it that they are. Not getting along at all so much so that Angelina Jolie's divorce lawyer is on the verge of quitting Wow yes because neither Brad Pitt nor Angelina Jolie are cooperating now today we're, hearing Brad Pitt might be a deadbeat dad Angelina Jolie filed court papers yesterday saying the Brad Pitt has. Paid quote, no, meaningful child support since the. Separation almost two. Years ago now do the if they don't have an agreement I mean well they have an informal agreement I got you but since Brad Pitt has supposedly not been living up to his word Angelina Jolie. Wants. To, wants the, court, to make it official and make. It retro active too when, they broke up two years ago Zooming Brad Pitt has. A lot more money than Angelina Jolie I don't know because I mean I, mean I know that's you should make your take your share, but when, it, comes to. Mike hundreds of millions of dollars it's like okay The kids are starving, I know, right It seems kinda odd it's like. He's trying to stick. It to him It seems that they're not getting. Along at all and. That's fairly common of couples who are. Getting divorced you're not. Getting along that's why it's led to the path What's even more weird. Is that why why. Would any attorney quit because they get Possible rows. Thinking well TMZ is reporting today that Angelina Jolie has just hired, two new lawyers Angelina Jolie's previous divorce lawyer. Apparently, quit because Angelina Jolie. Is quote fueled with anger and has? Gotten ridiculously
"russa" Discussed on KGO 810
"Of the fire broke all has been taken captive russa has not answered has been struck for his last doc shine upon the his path the wind is always at his back and may the lord hold him in is in the palm of his hands until we meet again the sound caught on cell phone video justice firefighters completed the knockdown of a fire resulting from an explosion and a long beach retirement home police believe that seventy seven year old thomas kim a resident of the building set off an explosion in his apartment which started the fire the long beach police chief robert luna alleges was done on purpose to lure in first responders for an ambush religion mary evidence and witness statements do point that point us in that direction what is unclear however is why and other firefighter was hit as was a resident both are expected to fully recover from their wounds long beach fire chief mike theresa's the idea of ambushing a first responder is unthinkable this is the first i've heard of this i i've heard of this story in other parts of the country this is the first time we've ever experienced anything like this he says however it underscores the reality of what many people forget firefighters across the region across our state and across our country right now putting themselves in harm's way in service to their community captain rosa answered that call this morning of service to his community and he paid the ultimate sacrifice in doing so i don't think we should ever lose sight of the fact that the men and women of law enforcement and the fire service are constantly at risk constantly at risk the suspect has been booked for murder two counts of attempted murder and arson and is being held onto million dollars bail in long beach i welcome to total wine and more boy guess all of this beer out of the way how about if i find a beer.
"russa" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"To your show all the time i'm russa so it's funny because i'm usually a cat person like i actually have two cats i don't own dogs myself but i've known many people in my life including my neighbors that have either like apart typical or pit bull themselves and i've had nothing but good experience with symbols and if i were to get on i would consider it all i know they get such a bad reputation but i think it is like you're saying you know apart partly the human soul to with how they socialize them and read them if we take a common sense approach i think with these animals i think that's kind of the ship campaign we continue to demonize certain breeds i think like every ten years so maybe like after these ten years are up it'll be another breed would be nice ripples have been at the top for a long time i mean i know that the german shepherds got kind of the reputation and dobermans got a reputation of pit bulls have been around for a long time now on top of that stay away from list i know i mean i i know even in the nineties i forgot what breed it was that they were they were demonizing but that seems so faded out now so i mean i know it's unfortunate what happens that little dog in hoboken i feel bad for the owners but like i said i think it's a common sense approach of okay how do we socializes animal and not pull out the aggressive part of them but you know well you know i'll share some stories with you later where you would you would swear enough years had gone by that the animal was socialized yet somebody ends up in hospital maria thanks for your call one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five here's fast.
"russa" Discussed on Jocko Podcast
"We're seems that way the way the reason it seems that way is because you're being super aggressive because you're you're setting up your tax you're supporting them well and you're you're being default aggressive husband their blood that's like care take your like it's like it's yours guilting take care of it and then he saying when you seem to be most prodigal of your soldiers but that means when you're wasteful of your soldiers blood you spare it by supporting your tax well that makes sense by pushing them with the greatest vigor that makes sense because if you guys are going at it half ass guess what's not gonna work out well for here rules of war are of great usefulness or sorry russa's of war are of great usefulness russa's of war so this is like tricks right they are detours listen to this they are detours which often lead more surely to the objective than the wide road which goes straight ahead so what does he say in there don't do the frontal assault on the enemy strongpoint use tricks flanks and here he just breaks it down animals have only one method of acting but intelligent men have inexhaustible resources these resources are infinite in number their object is to hide your veritable design and to catch the enemy in the trap you prepared for him thus the contrary of what one wishes to do is feigned if you open the campaign you have your troops march and countermarch so that the enemy cannot learn the locality where you assemble if it is a question of capturing cities you in camp in a place which makes him fearful for two or three cities of his at the same time being attacked if he hastens to one flank throw yourself on the other.
"russa" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show
"Yes i would i would think xavier kansas aren't considered up with rayo went yesterday when yesterday very favorable path will will in the autumn of the bracket is tv cincinnati develop late day but yeah i mean it would these how cool oils you i'm just like puerta notion known for a couple of aides logs there but the answer to weight bracket is over fan how about a max shurer interview seo guys clearly most down guy ever come out of this town joel i would love to see you sick content with these interviews i mean they are so it's been five out he's on twitter are outstanding you i i had this is how technically challenged i am so excited i got the russa thing dining out saudi you're setting out but gopro stack of books correctness that's yet these days we were running these things i have two phones going we have vocab these what i came back with my gopro noted finger only on that's okay because i still had the resort at the positive it's all it's all but so what your finger over the camp i don't know i wrong record write the thought of my i encourage stories and it's okay i happen to be to either way it is the worst i said the other day i think with untidier nano with with shirt i am i right now is borderline all the i would say that would agree with that.
"russa" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Answers promote card so i think this is not a race between rider left door establishment russa's washing w anti washington i think this is a race between whether senator is going to be effective whether saudi with to bloviate on pv well david other than that how did you like the play mrs lincoln have you heard these things about mr more the mr strange's opponent now i can attach first hand i caught up with war and more warren life gentlemen all on sunday evening after enduring and after a sermon at a methodist church about an hour east of birmingham and delivering a sermon he'd get everything basically by harper memory uh quoted almost all sorts of people presidents founders uh bobble verses by heart afterwards when i asked him in there they would only really let me talk to him for like two and a half minutes an and i know why no one i said gave a very simple question what would you do what is your first priority when you get to the hunted it looks like you're going to win he said well you know they consider all sorts of legislation so wh what others in front of them i get there that's what off focus on a team for the guy who's going to shake things up socalled that is not the answer and not of the eu's question in the book thaddeus well again since we don't know who's going to win someone's going to win but the question i think it is you put it these ensured for candidates these days seemed to be more symbols or mirrors for the electorate to read and whatever they want rather than individuals driving an agenda and a message are on their own sound about right yeah we could elect none of the above estate coast to coast david yeah and that's correct that a thing cope your war lately is reigns supreme and everything is about it voting catharsis and like i had a great conversation today with a voter who supporting more and more whose very intelligent man russia's own business that had been number one thing bothering him was that do nothing republicans in congress that he wanted to harnisch for very understandable reasons from his point of view but also here is angry ended up with political correctness one of the reasons why he likes trump and and.
"russa" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420
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