20 Burst results for "S. I. V."
"siv " Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program
"They have brought people in that. Were not green card. Holders were not. Siv's they we don't know who's here now on our own soil. They did such a horrible job at vetting and it is amazing to me because we're held to a remarkable standard. They don't seem to care. And so now we have them on our air force bases where people over in germany can come and go at will and leave the base and come back here in america. I don't know if it's the same. But i know we have the same kind of problem on vetting these people and we have a border that is being overrun. This is this is straight out of gibbons and the decline in fall of the roman empire. Glen you're exactly right number one on the vetting. Their vetting was extremely poor in many cases nonexistent. One of the things we're seeing we're seeing people brought in here who had records with terrorism. We're seeing one person brought in. Who'd been convicted of rape and tragically. We're seeing grown men arriving from afghanistan with with children that they claim are their child. Brides adult man who who have little girls. They claim her their wives. And they are are sexually assaulting these girls with the blessing of the state department and you mentioned that they can come and go on the basis in europe. Well unfortunately they can here as well..
"siv " Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
"Dr genes in the house on america first without personnel on the ground. We can't verify the accuracy of manifests. The identities of passengers flight plans or aviation security protocols. So this is a challenge. Oh interesting at tony. Blinken saying we don't have people on the ground so we can't actually do the mission that is set to rescue our friends allies. Siv's and americans. Why is it. you don't have people on the ground because they surrended in campbell. That is the lesson of the last three weeks. I'm sebastian gorka. This is america first. Please as a personal favor to me. If you're one of the millions of people listening to us show. Will you support a great american. He wouldn't leave anybody behind former mayor of new york rudy giuliani. They are trying to destroy him strip him of his low licenses bankrupt the man who brought new york back from the nineteen eighties. Who helped new york get back on. Its feet after nine eleven. Please support him. Go to rudy. Giuliani freedom fund dot com. Make a donation today to make sure that this man can continue to fight the good fight. That's rudy giuliani freedom. Fund dot com. We are back with lord. Conrad black the author of president trump. A president like no other latest piece in american greatness and greatness dot com posting right now. Joe biden is total. failure is the title little black. You go through toil doc. His on a it horizon full of the the incredible failures of just the last eight months. You start with stagflation which can kill the presidency. You talk about the crime rates in the us. The open artery of the southern border the disaster of ghanistan on and on and on. I let me let me ask you to put that onto historic perspective. How true is the old soul that it's the economy stupid that all of these things are true. The national security Ramifications and everything else but at the end of the day a president of any party is most vulnerable when it comes to wallets and pocketbooks that That has historically been the leading issue but of course at times other crises arise i in the eighteen sixty election which lincoln one. It wasn't the economy. Of course there was a terrible threat to national unity in one thousand. Nine hundred forty president roosevelt's third term. He ran even with his opponent. Wendell we'll be economy. But he led on foreign policy. But absolutely overriding concern of americans was how to stay out of war but helped the democracy. So we're app four british and canadians and and And roosevelt had you know all all each short of war and great arsenal of democracy and so on and that was a policy that people approved. But normally what you say is right. I mean obviously nothing affects people. I unless they been with really oppressed nothing effects more than than the standard of living the buying power in enjoy the stability of their assets and and And so it it. It is traditional biggest. The biggest factor and it is it is about to to assault this administration. I think can you enter. I didn't even get in that article. You kind of mentioned. I didn't get to to the shambles. They've managed to make cogan matter. I mean that was the great asset in the last election. I was their allies terrorizing the country and denigrating trump's vaccine and so and and and now they would no excuse all with made an absolutely quarterbacks advocacy english. Yes indeed there is. Let me ask you how significant the recent events not just the afghan debacle but the fact that with a legacy media ninety percent of which is totally totally on this side of the democrats vote democrat more than ninety percent of journalists are registered democrats. That we are seeing a legal a- leaks again not just in a trump administration but leaks of phone calls between the incumbent and the afghan president to press reuters the fact that a democrat administration is leaking to the legacy media means that there must truly be turmoil inside the white house. Is it non. i think so. I mean sebastian. I you know. I've been following these things closely since the time of president. Eisenhower in the fifties. And i don't recall Any democratic administration suffering significant problem of leaks when when lbj when this popularity declined over the conduct of viet them. More still weren't leaks. When nixon kim. The new policy down started to withdraw people and casualties reduced and so forth All of a sudden he was undermined by these leaks. I mean the fact. Is you know the you live there. I mean virtually everybody in washington. Dc is a democrat. I believe that president trump got three percent of the vote in like in election say in in washington. And and and so you know the the average people in the in the white house just a continuous personnel. Not those who were changed every change of administration They're all democrats. And when you see democrats which obviously must have been the case here taking a damaging confidential information and illegally leaking to the press as they love to do with nixon they love to do with trump And they did it. Occasion with george w bush gregan's well but they weren't so offensive to them You know i. It's got to be a sign but you know. The ranks are wavering. But even the democrats are worried about what's going on. Yeah and with the events of recent weeks. Black is nancy. pelosi's star chamber january. Six commission to tom get conservatives. Is that dead in the water. I would say it's going to be very hard for her to get any attention. Because we know that you discredited though the fbi is as a exhaustively looked has declared that. There's absolutely no connection whatever to the regrettably legalities of the capital and the trump campaign. So i mean no formal connection And so i mean what is the point of it. I mean what did they think they're doing. And then it is going to be overshadowed by more serious public concerned I think i think the country is getting tired of trump eight. I think they're tired of democrats having absolutely no explanation for anything other than we're not trump and we trump and i thought. Oh we lost you there from you thought the what muslim poll we losing him again. I don't know if we're getting some interference. What would try one more time. With which powell lord black will. We'll we'll have to leave it there in the meantime the you back. Which paul is that..
Secretary Antony J. Blinken's Remarks on Afghanistan
"As we are preparing for the show just a matter of ten minutes ago. We were witnessing the press conference from tony. Blinken that beta male pathetic. Excuse for a man from the state department literally. Use it again again. The phrase the inclusivity of the taliban administration hoping that they'll be inclusive. What do you think those women have in terms of expectations for the inclusivity of the taliban regime. What would the react. What would the mainstream media headlines evening. Tv shows incessant drumbeat be if the trump administration had left tens of thousands of non white afghans in afghanistan who worked for us the turps interpreters. The siv's the special interest visas
"siv " Discussed on John and Ken on Demand
"Going to cut and run. Nobody you know that picture vital believe it. I think she's lying on top biden's lying because that's all these people do all day as they stand up in public and lie about everything was i guess even more depressing picture that you were kinda like worked up over the other day. The last soldier leaving afghanistan at the kabul airport. It's part of the propaganda. You knew that guy was. He had been there for years training the afghan army so it was kind of a sad. Oh so selection of failure. They didn't train them well enough because they got overrun. He was not only the last soldier he was the last failure. No i have not seen a story on how that works. How do we spend billions and billions and billions of dollars training hundreds of thousands of afghan soldiers. If they've existed. How do you by training. And nothing takes nothing. Bet debt crimes. This was twenty years of criminal behavior. This piece of audio from a different place. But it's the biden government. We've got state department. Spokes whole name of ned price. He's being asked by and associated. Press reporter allegedly not very biased matt lee about well do you know how many green card holders are still in afghanistan and how we're going to evacuate them and apparently he was perplexed by the answer. Let's listen now. I'm just asking about green card. Holders was there a decision made at some point to forget about those people and only allow. us passport-holders in an onto the into the airport through your checkpoints not the parliamentary your checkpoint and onto planes because a lot of them feel like they frankly got screwed here and that they were lied to because they had been pulled by people on the task force. Just what i've mentioned the taurean. We know where you are. We're not gonna let you. You're not gonna strand you. Don't worry stay tight hold tight and and and now you know what do they do. Are you in touch also with the green card holders man the last point four hours to let let me start by saying we have a special responsibility to american citizens in that is spelled out in two thousand two. Us code section. Forty eight is spelled out in some detail. Bill bus special responsibility we have to. Us citizens we also. Do you have a commitment to l. p. r.'s permanent residents and we have been in touch with those with. Npr's we had good reason at the time to to be in afghanistan as the evacuation operation was underway so when we first started messing american citizens. Siv's other afghans. We absolutely did special to message lawful permanent residents so let me let me just make make another. We have been consistent in that messaging That we will do during the course of the evacuation everything space permitting To bring them to safety on a us military airplane now of course. Our commitment has not expired. That commitment endures now remain omitted. I bringing meaning it me. Should choose to do so when a number wait we have gone to some teams to explain. Arise at the figure of approximately six thousand. When it comes to american citizens that is a figure where we have the greatest fidelity again because our first responsibility and our our first commitment in all of this has been to american citizens and american passport-holders the number when it comes to help ers is of course going to be larger It is going to be a more. It has donors complex endeavor to determine with any specificity kraut. What that number may be we've been able to refine we believe that We have been able to message the message of individuals. But we're not able at present you affirm figure as to how many l. p. pr's navy in afghanistan Who wished to leave. But again our commitment to them and there is an stan who indicated desire to leave before changes his or her mind in the coming days months and beyond we will help that. Personnel will help that person depart afghanistan price state department. And then try. I said i. I can't understand that you don't know me you should love messing that right. We're messaging messaging. That's another term for their propaganda because they put out the message and they repeat the message over and over again and it's often horsecrap but if you repeat it often enough people will believe it. That's how the human mind works. So they know what to do. They know how to immigrant a message. Even if it's boss this logically if you really want to get the elp. Pr's out right. You have the model list. You know their names. You know who's coming so you know how many there are. This guy couldn't answer the question. How many there are. Because they don't have that information all they're doing is messaging or or omitting or is the number really embarrassing only said was it's larger than the number of citizens right. Because how could they not have the number because when you when you when you get a green card. You're part of a government ratchaburi. Know exactly how many green card holders there are in the united states right so the last step before citizenship. It means you're legally allowed to live here permanently right all right so they know exactly how many right and then since you end up going back and forth to afghanistan every time you do that that's also on the record as well. They track that they know they know how many people flew from the us afghanistan as green card holder and haven't come back to the us. They an exact number if they don't that makes you really worry about. The poor people stuck there because they don't have a record of them. How are they going to get him out right. And i think it's a big number and They they want everyone to forget this story and those people are screwed. We got more coming up. John and ken. Kfi the john and ken show john and ken. Chiampou kfi am six forty live everywhere i are brady lap. They're finally getting around in florida to try the guy that killed seventeen his classmates at that high school in two thousand eighteen. Remember nicholas crews. Yeah so it's february fourteenth twenty eighteen valentine's day over three years ago. His.
"siv " Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program
"Just because if we were hauling you are you are syllable resistant person who resists syllable you are. Because you are a person that is re you a you have a syllable a person syllable disorder doesn't mean the rest of us have to go down that path. I mean i could kind of understand. If we were going the opposite direction right we went from fifteen syllable to okay. That makes sense. No okay and you can't say people are mentally. Ill even the people who wrote this list. I can't call mentally ill okay. Can't do it. Can they be an exception. They are people with a mental illness. Now you might have detected a pattern. Here yes alright. There really aren't that they're not that different. They're just putting the word people in front of a lot of it right like they're saying essentially if i can understand. Maybe they're logic here is that they're trying to say you are not defined by your alcoholism the good. You're just a person who happens to deal with this. This is good news is is that the left is recognizing people as people. They don't really do that. They've been dehumanizing people for a very long time. I e abortion babies and anybody who disagrees with their vaccine nonsense or any of that You're not really a person but the good news is the. Cdc wants us to recognize that these are people for instance. They're not just stupid employees of the cdc they are people that work for the dimwitted idiots at the cdc very go right more. The dimwitted idiots not sorry the people that suffer from idiocy idiocy and dimwitted witness that work at the cdc. I'm just saying right so you can't say insane. That's insane you're insane. What are you insane insane in the member. What are you what are you. What are you a person with a pre existing behavioral health disorder. Yeah yeah that's effective. Yeah what are you what. What's the what are you a person with pre existing behavioral health disorder. You've got to say that a couple times before it really helps preexisting health. Disorder that's twelve syllables. Instead of the two of insane case so rural people rural people go. Hey what are you a rural. Nothing you rural gam rurals out there. Whatever up yeah. You're not rural your people who live in a sparsely populated area. Come on these are not raise. Our real go. Cdc dot gov people who live in a sparsely populated area. If you can't use the word elderly anymore. They're older adults or elders. That's the only one that one's good though l. dollars is better than adderley yes. They've improved on earth or spending their time doing it. I don't know but elders. I think they're pretty sure that all the seals work i think. That's i think that's what it is. So they haven't led a particular they haven't funded any research that led to a global pandemic today. So they can do this. They can do this. They're like hey. I don't think we're funding. Anything really spooky in china or some gulag in russia. So what do you say. We work on language still doing that. Funding situation can pretty much guarantee real estate agents. I trust great news You know how you thought you were going to have to use that second rate real estate agent. Who barely knows what he's doing you know because The friend of a friend or A cousin or somebody in your family knows somebody and they were going to help you. Make that biggest vent financial transaction of your life. Well here's the good news you don't have to because of real estate agents. i trust. They're going to set you up with not just one good agent in your area but the best agent in your area not just a good agent not just one the best one and if you're moving to a different town or different state guess what will hook you up with the best agent that we can find in that area as well. Buying and selling homes was hard before the housing market And the way it went crazy. And what's coming next. There's so much work to do. And so much rests on you being in contact with the right people to do everything that needs to be done. Both on the selling side and the buying side. That's why i started real estate agents. I trust it's a free service to you. I'm not asking it trust me. I'm asking you to just try this out interview these people you're interviewing real estate agents. Have you ever really done. That are just go with the one that you've got As you interview these people we just ask you to interview these real estate agents because we put them through the ringer. it's real estate agents. I trust dot com real estate agents. I trust dot com ten seconds station. Id shouldn't say real estate agents and those who are thought to those real estate transactions. That's really that's that's a better one. Though than real estate agent those who are constantly those people who are constantly afflicted with real estate transaction. That is much more accurate holy cow. This is unbelievable. Can they beeped can. Can they focus something more important. Now this has to agree. Level of our society doesn't it. That's the only the only end. This is just has to take over. Everything we do is constant focus on idiotic language issues. We can't remember what mussalini called how he described fascism. Do you remember it. People afflicted with people that are afflicted with gulags. Right now it was. It was everything in the state. Nothing outside of the state k. We're there gang were there. Well tell me that they are trying to implement that. I don't take my life. But his buddy what they want. It's what they want we are. We are approaching where there is nothing disconnected from the government. Nothing disconnected from politics. That is mussolini's description of fascism everything in the state. Nothing without nothing. Outside of the state there is no private life. There is no private property. There are no individual freedoms. Are all just what the state says you can do correct. How can you best servant right. And how does the state. If you don't have a permit to do exactly that or permission then you can't because you can't farm on your own land the way you want to. You can't build on your own land the way you want to. You can't run your business the way you want to. You can't talk. You can't even have an opinion without it being crushed and scrutinized. You can't be different anymore. That's everything in the state. Nothing outside of it. That's not a good desa. We should get off that road. We get off that road. Maybe turn the car around yeah. I think it's that same split in the road like a road if it's mussalini at the end of their own down it you like way come on down. I got some good pasta. I don't know it's cellini down there. Yeah you don't want that. And there's there seems to be a flirtation here with like let's see how far we can go down without turning into mussalini. That's a good idea. Now i think there's full-fledged rapid sex. I don't think this is a flirtation. And i think everyone has their clothes off with mussalini right now. Yeah and i don't know. I his body just not that impressive. I don't know when it was hanging from a piano wire. It was pretty sweet. He was not a good ending. Didn't end didn't end well eared. Fascism usually doesn't know not a good idea of which is why you don't go down this road right. You know because it's usually millions killed and then the other guy gets it. I thought were at one point. All sort of collectively realize this was a bad idea to to apparently not. I thought like that's one thing. I will say as i have aged a bit and maybe mature looking back in the news room and as i hit the retirement age i realize that that is one of the things i i think i did not understand earlier on in life even doing well doing this show like it seems like we got to a point where certain things we knew were true and we would build off those things and we might disagree what direction to go from there but we knew like this foundational element of our society is accurate. And let's go with that knowledge like you do with like medicine right like you know of medication. Cures something we build from there in medicine and your first year you learn all those foundational thing. Yeah stopped teaching the foundational things that made us who we are and made us free and happy and able to help other people. This is the glenn beck program okay. You know there's many sponsors on our show And there's one that comes to me now lately every day and i wonder why. Why hasn't everyone in. 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Did you save ten bucks six. It was great. okay. I have some really good news. Really good news I was just writing in fact. I'll read it to you. I was just writing a letter to Mark zuckerberg at facebook Because we We had a problem. We described it last hour. We had a plane land on the ground Full of christians and everything else and They were apparently taken over to facebook plane and flown to mexico. That's not where we were wanting these people to go. They said it had they had journalists on board we didn't have any journalists on the manifesto and it just seemed really weird And things got a little hostile. It felt like it was getting hostile. So i just wanted to de escalate and i was just writing this to mark zuckerberg mark. I'm thrilled to hear that. Facebook has relocated refugees from afghanistan. Well i doubt you're aware we were apparently one of your partners on a recent facebook mission. It was important me to reach out to you directly as this is very personal to me as it was my radio audience that donated over thirty million dollars in the last week to rescue those marked for death through my charity. The nazarene fund. Which has been doing this work for over five years and has many global partner countries earlier this week. We apparently had a plane load of three hundred and forty five religious minorities. Siv's americans and according to your spokesperson several journalists that you were trying to save. They did not identify themselves on our manifest as such To our knowledge but perhaps that was the fog of war and not the main point. What we would like to know is where the rest of the passengers were led off and who was the charity or government agency. That is carrying for them. These people are personal to us. And we don't want to burden them or the government the host government upon arrival. Why was just about to hit send and we got an update and the good news is We know exactly where the christians are There is a mix up in manifests And i don't know all of the details at this point but we were digging in we are we are really. It matters to us where these people go and we are trying to do due diligence. Now remember in ten days just our planes have moved about eight thousand people. It's actually. I think i don't want to say anymore. It's it's at least eight thousand people that we have moved. That's a lot of people to keep straight So we were digging in our people were digging in and we have some answers. And i am happy to say that Facebook has rick located refugees into mexico. They were not The three hundred and forty five That we thought it was And so everything is great and our apologies for any mixup But we just want to make sure we know everything That is happening to to the people that we rescue. We don't want them just dumped someplace and forgotten and we've been through so much bad news. Recently it's nice to get some good news. Yes it is you know. Obviously this sort of stuff can happen with paperwork. Mix up sensation. It looks like this one is is is above board. And that's great and it gets it gets dicey when you don't trust each other you know i. I'm sorry but i don't trust facebook. He trust anybody right now. It particularly in this situation correct. But that's why you ask questions and that's why you try to get answers correct correct so we're thrilled to Report that Just the good news. That do you think the media holds onto reporting about afghanistan and the things that went on there. Because i do think eventually we'll get we'll get books we'll get we'll get long form reporting but like as an actual lead story. It feels like it's already off the front page by going back. Say by next monday. It's pretty much. It's incredible only twenty year commitment. Yeah and the worst bockel of all time. And i. I feel like it's so easy to say that were critical of joe biden. And we don't think he's a good president. There's a lot of things. I don't like about what happened. It's easy to say. However i can't think of any time. Any president in my lifetime has ever had this type of combination of extreme sort of ideological certainty and extravagant incompetence. Those those two roads coming to an intersection is really remarkable. It's really any president in my entire lifetime and there's been some bad ones there's been some people who are really ideological and very Incompetent i've never seen anything like this though. I've never seen any so i'm trying to find a story that i wasn't going to today and i don't know if i still have it in my sack stuff or deleted it but there is a guy That that actually went back and looked and he was making the case at giant biden. I i mean the it is like this you know at the end of wars and he went back to like eighteen forty three. And i'm thinking you know it might have been messy in eighteen. Forty three or whatever. The war was that he was talking about. But i you know. Communication was a little different air. Travel was just slightly different. Back then is talking about an airlift. Maybe just go back to the you know the times when there were playing it could go back earlier than that i that i mean i they keep talking about how unprecedented this airlift was. That's because nobody else ever put themselves on the situation. It's like we have a problem with getting planes off the ground. The military did do an excellent job. Considering the restrictions were put under by this president. Considering the situation they were put onto the did the best that could best that they possibly could those on the ground. I'm not talking. we're talking about the the. No one is criticizing. The efforts put in by our military members and the fact that they were out there hand searching refugees as suicide bombs were going off shows their dedication and they really did try to do everything they could but like. It's just a dumb way to measure success. You if you do something incredibly dumb that put yourself into an incredibly dumb situation that harms all sorts of people. You don't give yourself credit for you do if you're arrogant gas. Maybe you do. I mean the arrogance. The arrogance coupled with the incompetence is just staggering. Yeah it's like you went and you gambled away your entire family Savings and you. You set your house on fire and your kids are starving and then you go into a convenience store and steal a hotdog and you're like this is the most successful theft of a hotdog and all our so screwed up every element before this. I mean if we were on an x. y. chart it would be arrogance on the on the side and incompetence on the bottom and we would be in the top right hand corner. yeah. I mean the very top. You can't combine certainty ended aptitude. Yeah it's a really bad place. Let me give you this again later. Let's let's let's end this break at least with a little more. Not necessarily good news okay. Fund news okay. How bad how bad does biden half to be in his first. What eight months. of presidency To to have this article you see a lot. Nowadays if you regularly read conservative commentary as i do but as a conservative writer. I think it's unfair. It's unfair to the thirty ninth president. I think it's time to say some good words about jimmy carter's and is caused accomplishments. That are in stark contrast with his only eighteen year. Younger successor joe biden. This article goes on that. The rates start to go through like he is not jimmy car. At least jimmy carter. Did this and jimmy carter did that. I mean it's if. I start off by noting that carter came to the presidency with almost no relevant experience. This guy's been in office for fifty years and he's that on incompetent. That's you have to be really bad. When jimmy carter people start to defend jimmy carter.
"siv " Discussed on Trumpcast
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Where Do Afghanistan's Refugees Go?
"Abc's sherry preston has more on what happens to those afghan refugees who are able to get out and seek asylum among the first things that afghan refugees would have to put down on the special immigrant. Visas or siv's that get into the united states is where they would want to go jennifer. Simon is in charge of resettlement at the international rescue committee which works with the us government to find places for refugees to live those coming into the country. Have either of family relatives. I wish is something that they would note their applications. There are several regions of the country with relatively high concentrations of afghan families already including northern california northern virginia and parts of
Biden Holds to August 31 Deadline to Leave Afghanistan
"I think this is a crisis that we haven't faced since nine eleven. I think it's worse than nine eleven because we ran towards the danger and tried to save people. now we're abandoning them. What do you think is is the president going to stick with this. It seems like the president is doubling down on the august thirty first deadline. And what is shocking to me. We had a brief with secretary. Blinken secretary austin general milley cetera. Yesterday and there was very strong. Bipartisan push back on the august thirty first deadline in fact some of the strongest statements pushing back on that came from my democratic colleagues. Particularly those who are veterans who've served in afghanistan in a uniform in other parts of the world were very forceful in telling the administration to their face that this is a disaster and i think there is a recognition by the administration that we can't get all of our people let alone the thousands of siv applicants out or just women seeking asylum who risked being killed or brutally tortured at the hands of the taliban that we can't get them out by august thirty first and yet a few hours later the president of the united states when on tv and double down on the august thirty first deadline which is completely arbitrary. Or let me rather say is solely intended to get us out before september eleventh twenty twenty one and as we've discussed before hugh whoever in the white house decided it would be a good idea to try and get everyone out by september eleventh twenty twenty one and thinking that that would be some positive. Pr for the united states should be fired because that's a huge huge propaganda win for the taliban and now it's also put us in the practical position on the ground of being entirely dependent on the largess of the taliban to get our people out and i guarantee you we're going to leave thousands of people behind and that's unacceptable for the united states of america
"siv " Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio
"The race to evacuate people from afghanistan is nowhere close to over the federal government nonprofits media organizations and private contractors are still trying to get people out. In many cases it is to save them from the threat of taliban retaliation for having assisted americans during twenty years of war. If people in that situation can get out. Many are eligible for special immigrant visas to live in the us. Marketplace's kimberly adams reports on the efforts to find housing for everyone in a hurry for some context consider lutheran social services of the national capital area which helps resettle refugees and people coming in on special immigration visas last year it served about five hundred. People mostly afghan. Siv's the group is already on track to serve five hundred people just this month because the afghan allies have by definition assisted the us military and us missions. Many of their contacts are in the dc metro area. Kristen peck is ceo of the group. Finding apartments for everyone is one of her biggest and most expensive challenges. The d. c. area isn't cheap. A lot of our budget is spent on housi- other resettlement groups are worried as well. Even though they're being flooded with donations and volunteers at the end of the day what they really need is apartments. A leash. ran is with the refugee resettlement group. Highest is one thing that's complicated is somebody who arrives. Has no history has no credit as no social security for making it tough to find landlords willing to take a chance even though people coming in on siv's receive a stipend of about twelve hundred dollars a person one solution. Many groups are turning to in the short term airbnb. Christopher nolte is director of corporate affairs and communications at the company we are prepared to provide housing to thousands of afghan refugees as part of their resettlement journey in the united states. Not says airbnb placed more than one hundred families over the weekend. We're starting with short term stays because right now there's just sort of a real need to get people into the country We will certainly extend those days. If the need exists for now he says the company is relying on the nonprofits. It's working with for guidance. In the steadily changing situation in washington. I'm kimberly adams for marketplace in new york. I'm sure with the marketplace morning report from apm american public media..
"siv " Discussed on CNN Political Briefing
"Hey everyone. I'm david chaldean. The cnn political director. This is the cnn political briefing. Here's what you need to know in politics for friday august twentieth for the third time this week joe biden went before the american people to try and convince them that he is in command of this chaotic situation in afghanistan and he is committed to bringing it to a safe resolution. Perhaps the third time will be the charm here for joe biden to move from defense to offense that clearly was his goal when he went into the east room on friday afternoon he wanted to do a few things he set out to have sort of an operational briefing where he was explaining to the country about the nearly six thousand troops on the ground and citing the eighty second airborne in the tenth mountain division. This was sort of his commander in chief moment to show that he has a firm grasp on the actual operational details of what's going on inside that airport in kabul and he knows that everyone is seeing very chaotic images on their screens and he was trying to bring some clarity and commitment to seeing this through. The president noted today that more than eighteen thousand people have been evacuated since july. Thirteen thousand have been evacuated since this military lift began on august fourteenth. The president noted that this is the largest most difficult airlift in history. And of course said that only. The united states of america would be capable of accomplishing a mission. Like this now. The president also did something that has sort of been lacking in his previous outings. Before the american people this week as this crisis has been unfolding. He showed a little heart. He spoke about the siv applicants. These are the translators the fixers the afghan allies. That have helped the us military over the course of the last twenty years. I mean these people have been sort of part of us platoons. They are totally part of the fabric of this twenty year war effort and for the first time this week joe biden actually gave their 'cause voice he said of course getting every american out who wants to leave is the utmost priority but he said that it was a near equal priority equally important. Almost he said to get out these. Siv's and their families. These people who helped the us that went into the battle with us that were part of the operation. He also said he's working to get folks that work with ngos on the ground and women's organizations so he sort of outlined the enormity of the task here but above all else. Joe biden wanted americans to hear that he is not going to leave any american behind. An american wants to come home. We will get you home. Make no mistake. This evacuation mission is dangerous. Involves risks to armed forces and it's being conducted. Under difficult circumstances. I cannot promise with the final outcome will be what it will be. That will be without risk of loss but as commander in chief. I can assure you that. I will mobilize every resource necessary as we continue to work. The logistics of evacuation. We're in constant contact with the taliban working to ensure civilians have safe passage to the airport. We made clear to the taliban that any attack any attack on our forces or disruption more operations the airport will be met with swift and forceful response and also joe biden acknowledged that the images. We've all been seeing this week. Have been heartbreaking. He called them gut wrenching images of panicked people acting out of sheer desperation. And that nobody can see these pictures and not feel the pain on a human level. That kind of talk. We hadn't heard from joe biden this week. And in fact that now comports a little bit more with what we're hearing from our reporters on the ground like this report from clarisa ward at the airport. This morning as she talked to new day's briana keeler. I have talked to people here who have been waiting for two days two days. And it's such a bottleneck trying to get all these people process and all these people through and one soldier was telling me that yesterday to women actually through their babies over the fence. Try to throw them to the. Us soldiers. One soldier actually caught the baby in his arms. You went and sal woman afterwards to give the.
"siv " Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"Rolling public health crisis that we are witnessing an afghanistan that has a way of focusing the mind and getting our attention there but number two for our viewers tell people about the kind of leadership they can expect. You have known. General milley and former general austin now secretary austin for a long time. They have known afghanistan for a long time. And you invoked. His name earlier talked to us about the general in charge of the eighty second airborne it will be his show to run from now on primarily with news get out there and talk the taliban fighters or now ringing the evacuation airfield. He's a remarkable eerily talented officer off on for years West pointer. Harvard fellow naval war college master's degree in national security studies as a young guy. They made a personal assistant secretary of defense. He knows afghanstan. And maureen cost them. So i think that's a real. Plus i think the airfield operations gonna work just fine. What isn't that on work. Just fine is getting afghans. Siv or other categories to the taliban perimeter we had a us embassy there with four thousand people on it and it couldn't process these iv's for over a year. For god's sakes now there's a handful of them behind gates beam besiege with marine guards at trying to sort it out. So that's gonna be a problem of focus has to be get the americans out get the nato vans getting ngos and then she who else we can pick up. This'll go on for two three five years. There'll be coming out to iran pakistan central asian republics. Then we can hopefully get them back into the us or another neutral country but the taliban poll all the cards annette evacuation airfield. By the way i would add. I'm sort of empathetic to the government challenge when biden order to draw down starting with a base of only twenty five hundred troops. It's hard to imagine. We could toll fifteen thousand america jr and the interpreters and others. Who are going to sneak you outta here because we think it's gonna Latch and i don't think anyway understood was gonna go under this quickly. The political surrender from village level all the way to the government. A great point. And i'm glad you made lisa back to you and your beat is it. Us or does biden suddenly seem more defiant on on the virus and vaccinations being more direct. At least in taking on these republican governors who are endangering lives by one way of looking at it to stay on brand now. He is remarkably defiant on both issues and we saw that in the interview today. We saw that in his remarks on kobe. And you know this. This direct blaming of republican and republican governors really marks a shift for the white house the beginning By entered office with a lot of talk about building bridges and bipartisanship and the administration was reluctant to directly blame republicans for the vaccination rates. Clearly that's changed. And you see him going directly at people like governor rhonda santa's in florida it in part. That's because the administration is hoping to continue pressuring private businesses and local jurisdictions to increase mass requirements increase explanation rates rather than have to impose their own kind of mandates. It's also a slightly easier approach by going. After republican governors the administration is it in the thornier political position of withholding funding from states completely or withholding funding from school districts. That say don't impose a max mandate something that could put them. Crosswise with other political interests like the teachers unions which historically have been strong allies of the democratic party. So i think in some ways. republican governors are easier targets for The administration politically. But they're also of course there's some truth when you look at what's going on in those states in terms of hospitalization rates vaccine rates in all of that so it's both a political approach and a bit of a policy perch to doctor. Last word goes to you. What are your logistic concerns about. Getting shot number three in arms. And i'm guessing you hope that. By example the anti vacs community will see people getting their third and wonder perhaps again whether or not they ought to get there. I well one would hope brian. But i don't know i think. The administration in some ways was caught off guard by the strength of the anti vaxxers resistance and secondly by this extraordinary combination of breath taking ignorance and incredible craven politics opportunistic politics expressed by governors in texas in florida and elsewhere. And i don't know what's going to have to happen to make these people yield to science and to the objective capability that we need to have in order to get this pandemic under control. But it's i think calling for strategies that we haven't really considered sufficiently but the more pressure that president biden could put on these governors for out of control and helping us lose the fight against the pandemic the better and i think he should up the amps on this on these strategies and keep pushing this as hard and as often as he can in my opinion brian. Hard to believe. But that's where we are. We could not have had three better guests to start. This discussion were so appreciative. Are starting line tonight. Lisa layer general. Barry mccaffrey doctor. Irwin redland our our. Thanks coming up for us. We'll hear more from the president on the collapse of afghantistan as this white house again faces. Criticisms from both sides of the aisle and later republican governors texas. Florida tennessee arizona. All trying to keep masks off the faces of kids in the classroom how the white house plans to further push back. All of the eleventh hour is just getting underway on this wednesday night. The idea that the taliban takeover was premised on the notion that the somehow the three hundred thousand troops we had trained and equipped was gonna just collapse. We're going to give up. I don't think anybody anticipated that presidents on defense in the wake of the taliban takeover in afghanistan his own party about to convene congressional hearings politico reports at this way and we quote the pending democratic led investigations on the chaotic withdraw and intelligence failures will keep afghanistan front and center in the coming months as the administration tries to pass biden's economic agenda member. They're talking about fellow. Democrats here back with us tonight. Eugene robinson pulitzer prize winning columnist for the washington post and mike murphy veteran republican strategists co director of the center for the political future at the university of southern california short answer they have discovered one. He is also co host of the tax on tap. Podcast gentlemen good evening and welcome in eugene. I'd like to begin with you by reading quote from our mutual friend matthew dowd and he writes this today. The response by the gop and so many democrats in dc to events in afghanistan underlines what i've been saying for years. Gop feels no shame. Democrats feel shame way too quickly biden right in what he is doing. Support him vigorously. Eugene what do you make of that sentiment. I think his line about republicans feeling. No shame undergrads feeling shame. Too quickly is certainly right We we've seen that time and time again..
"siv " Discussed on Post Reports
"I think there are two answers to that question. The the true answer is as many as they can. The answer on the books is probably in the tens of thousands. There are several different categories of people here that they're trying to get to i there are the. Us embassy staff members americans also some afghans and others presumably at some point. There's another category called. Siv's special immigrant visa applicants. These are people that mostly served as interpreters as well as some other jobs for the. Us government they all have a target on their back based on their service to the us government. Over the years. There is somewhere in the neighborhood of about twenty to thirty thousand people potentially eligible for that category each of which likely would come with three or four family members so just rough math. That's eighty ninety thousand people potentially already and then there's a third category of people who have served as journalists says You know advocates various kinds people pushing for women's rights and other things who don't fit into one of those categories cleanly but presumably the united states is going to try and get at least some of them out as well. You know i. I saw a national security advisor. Jake sullivan on nbc. On sunday and it just really struck me that he described it as not a worse case scenario or was sort of defending why in the views of the biden administration that this was Withdrawal that needed to go forward actually savannah. I think the worst case scenario for the united states would be a circumstance in which we were adding back in thousands and thousands of troops to fight and die in a civil war in afghanistan when the afghan army wasn't prepared to fight it itself. That was the alternative choice. Joe biden face. But i wonder like how did the us government so dramatically miscalculate. How quickly the taliban would be able to take control of kabul. Because just a few weeks ago we were having conversation saying that the likelihood that kabul would fall was somewhat remote or that it would take months and months. And it's happened so much faster than the forecast that we saw. Yes i think. They've got an egg on their face with that one for sure. This is something that will be a part of the biden administration legacy. There's a lot of discussion and frankly the majority of americans agree with him. When you look at polling the getting out of afghanistan was the right call but there are a lot of ways you can do that. And there were calls months ago from lawmakers in both parties from advocacy groups from other people from us combat veterans. Who had been there that said okay. Perhaps it's time to do this if we're going to do this we need to be getting the afghans who have assisted us for years out immediately. We need to start this very soon. That was back in april and may the biden administration didn't amount of full plan for doing this until july. Those flights didn't start until just a couple weeks ago. As of saturday and sunday there were less than two thousand of these special immigrant visas that have been carried out and left the country. There are tens of thousands more. I don't see how they can say they have control of the situation. And what are other countries doing right now to try to get people out. We're seeing a lot of the longtime american partners and allies start to move in the direction of trying to do more canada in particular as said that they'll take on thousands of people. Great britain actually sent troops back in. They presumably are going to be doing more. France has stepped up and said they're going to do more germany that same where this is going to get complicated. In coming months when you're looking at this large of a humanitarian crisis there are tens of thousands if not hundreds of thousands of people. They're going to be looking for a new home. And you're going to run into all those classic questions of where these people allowed to settle. Are they allowed to stay. Do they get sent back. And this is going to be a question for numerous countries to wrestle with. You mentioned the uk. And i saw an interview with british defense secretary ben wallace in which he got pretty emotional talking about the fate of the people who are going to be left behind. Redick pod me some mortgage back. Some people won't get back and We will have to do our best in countries to processes people. And i think for many americans the visuals that we're seeing really bring to mind the end of the vietnam war. Where we saw these chaotic scenes of evacuation. The last flight out of saigon. Does this strike you. As vietnam on repeat i added up and i think i've got about eight months on the ground in afghanistan. Spread out over about a dozen trips. I've had those conversations. I've even written stories that have had those headlines as long as two years ago. We're marines that. I had stayed in touch with were wrestling with that debate. Even prior to the images. We're seeing now. I think once we hit what we've hit over the last couple of days. The parallel is not that much of a stretch at all and in fact we run the risk that it could be worse when you look at vietnam. We actually rescued close. To two hundred thousand people allies had served alongside. Us troops back in that conflict And they had they actually had about two years between the peace deals being signed in that conflict and then the fall of saigon two years later well it. All of that has been compressed here and it just seems like they got flat-footed and how does this swift fall of kabul. Change the thinking on whether biden's decision to withdraw troops was actually the right choice in the first place. There's a few camps of people here. There's the group that still think is the right call and are just angry over howard was botched the what ifs on on. What if they had started rescuing people earlier. What if they communicated this differently. What if they had. I think a greater sense of urgency on a number of levels another group of people. They're sort of playing. I told you so is saying that you know. Of course we knew it was going to be this bad. It was a matter time if we had done a ten years ago. It would look just like it does today. I think that that's another constituency and it's really hard to say whether or not there right or not. There's a third camp here that would have preferred to follow the recommendations of military commanders and others keep a small force in afghanistan. Going forward the outgoing. Us commander general scott miller had recommended to both the trump administration and then again to the biden administration to leave a small force of couple thousand behind the idea being that one. That sort of sends a message that the united states is still there. It allows the united states to continue to carry out airstrikes in at least limited circumstances it also kind of props up as a symbolic gesture. This afghan government that really had a lot of corruption and flaws throughout. I mean the reality is as soon as you pull out the. Us military the taliban made their moves. They cut deals on the battlefield. Afghan commanders stood down. you know. They laid down their arms. Their number of reasons for that. The taliban has a very potent battlefield voice at this point as second element of this is the afghan soldiers on the rank and file level. Who have been on the battlefield for years in some cases who aren't being fed well who aren't being paid in a lot of cases on a regular basis if at all and some of these battles they couldn't even keep up with getting them the ammunition they needed like that is very serious problems within the afghan force that we spent billions of dollars training. So one thing that. I've heard in the last few weeks as this idea that the taliban of today is very different from the taliban of the nineties and that they could lead differently in the future. What does this moment mean for. What life will be like for people in kabul afghanistan in.
"siv " Discussed on Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast
"Of capes and lunatics. Gods and monsters. There are those who stand between us. The flag smasher and the grc. There are the focus in the winter. Soldier in this is enough. Said i'm your host. Charlie professor esther with me as always is mass getting rich friend. Hey mas welcome back to the final episode. Today we're talking about the falcon and the winter soldier one world when people season one episode six as the blacks measures escalate. Their efforts salmon. Buffy take actions. This of course was directed by the great curry stuggling malcolm. Spelman of course gets written by along. With joseph sawyer malcolm stone gets created by gene. Colan gets the san wilson. The falcon created by jack. Kirby gets bucky. Barnes and captain america created by san league at sam wilson. The focus created by along with joe. Simon who does bucky barnes captain america backwards bowman against the head writer. Siv accepting the winter soldier at brubaker. Did the writing and the winter shoulder and just gonna say this one second. Jimmy the breakout performance of this episode. Was kevin saunders older man's friend. That is the gentleman who says no. That's captain america. I wasn't sure 'cause you see when you see someone restrictions in these his whole beard. He looks like to flip guy. He's not the do a flip guy. He's a different actor. So you know. I was kind of referencing. That little kid who said his grandpa told him he was called. Black falcon turned on if that guy ended up being like no no. No no. We're here where here. Yes with the older guy could could could be that kids. Grandpa maybe grandpa's calling the black silk. Yeah because you know they want that you know lacking they're proud. What do you exactly. And that's what it is. But i love this episode love. We get So can flying in by the way those who asked him he called roti. Roti was like dropping tanks somewhere in pots linnea. You know you're looking for this. I'm sure you know it's like okay. Who can i get as i always say. You know one of the best things about the about you know. During infinity. war was basically the reason age children show up because they had their own problem over in california at the time. They couldn't go fly or kanda. they had issues. in california. there's multiple world ending events constantly happening. Don't be mad that not every superhero shows shows and the rest of the universe really has it in for us Well you know. I mean this is the place where all the infinity shown stones. Show up the fantasy. That the there's a there's a book about it too just like you know in most every other planet radiation just kills you horribly but here one in ten of you get superhuman powers from.
"siv " Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"Good evening hello again. Everybody welcome to sportstalk new york on w. merrick long island new york. I'm bill donahue taking us through the first hour on this sunday night. The fourteenth day of february twenty twenty one happy valentine's day to everybody out there are engineer. Brian graves is with us right across the way. And we have got a great show lined up you as always tonight up. I will talk to a foreign. Mets reliever also played on the nineteen six world champion team. Doug sisk will join us. And in the second half of welcome in another champion stanley cup winner and former bob born. Speak with a so. Just sit back. Relax enjoy sports. Talk new york tonight on gb beam. You've got some great people and some great stories up ahead as always social media or out there on facebook. Wg bbc sports talk new york so much information show information. Stop by look like us Twitter where on twitter at at wgn sports talk and you could follow me on twitter at be donahue w. g. b. and if you miss a show on worry about it because they're all out on the website catalogs waiting for you to listen to him so you enjoy yourself with that. Our first guest he played for the mets oils braves in his major league career. He was a member of the great nineteen eighty-six world championship team Working out of the bullpen. He was also on the eighty three. Mets ball club a team. That had the great. Tom siv right and will speak to him about tom. It's a pleasure to welcome in tonight. Doug sisk doug evening. How're you doing. Great great to have you with. How's the weather out in washington. We got a lot of slow. Yeah that's quite a bit. Yeah absolutely we've probably got no. I'll just under a a bit yes. It's been a pretty brutal winner for most folks in the lower forty eight as they say but it is wintertime so Growing up out in washington state. Doug who are your sports teams in favor of players when you were a kid for me In baseball is probably the bat a grew up name. Everybody that played on the on the match and of course the sixty nineteen then probably put all of the baltimore not baltimore. Colts john united in that group. I mean it was a fun on time to watch of course of his own black light back then sure was. Yeah gr- now the great team. Those baltimore colt ball clubs. Now you you hurt yourself. Hurt yourself early on throwing a wiffle ball at the paper boy. Yeah it lynch tell us about. He was teasing teasing my dog. Oh man it was supposed to be doing anything. And i through the roof of all atoms as hard as i could and i felt the top and of course pack dan. I'm just for you know not even a high school pitcher yet. I didn't hadn't even played on varsity so there was no big repercussions or anything so he took me to the doctor and said you torn some ligaments in the elbow. And you know you might. You might be best not to throw for quite a while. And i didn't. Yeah i just kept throwing anyway so you know as normal people would do you. Don't pay attention doctors rate. But but you hit the guy right. Oh yeah that's the main thing and they'll you know that later on baseball Career you know Accidentally hitting somebody in the game was you know it it I was prepared for it. Yeah right having been raised a Brushback man yeah. No kidding now. You not only through baseball's in highschool but you're pretty proficient with a rifle are our high school. I had a rifle team. In fact the the tacoma city league had a rifle teams there and we were one of the best in the nation at that point and we had several people in that team that were really really good and i ended up getting scholarship to washington state university in On local team. And then i. I turned it down and wanted to play baseball. The junior college level and also is invited to the preliminaries of for the olympics in In the mid mid east they're back in nineteen sort of in a seventy six but when it was not a non medal sport at that point but one of the girls on our club made it. Oh boy yeah something to be proud of well. You weren't more drafted due to your arm injury. The paper boy incident as we'll call it. But you signed as a free agent with the mets anyway. Yeah you know the the interesting thing about that. Our team at washington state university the entire team that were eligible were taken in the draft. Pretty much everybody and that was a lot of players taking that team or a coach back. Then you know. He's going to have to scrap really scrambled to get get some players for next year. So yeah myself and another pitcher point where the only two players that were not dropped in. And we're taking his free agents myself and Tom needing fewer glinted up going with the los angeles dodgers right. We every we know. Recognize tom for sure. Now in rookie league bala kings for it your as starter but they moved into the bullpen on your next move to lynchburg right. Yeah i i wasn't happy about it. I i lead the league. The appalachian league in wins. I think and your a and maybe any pitched and all that and and then the next year get the promotion to high a screwed on the we have some good Draft picks In that starting location. And i don't think they really knew where they were gonna put me so they put me in the bullpen. Had jeff digger and jay tibbs in japan door hall. Hydra picked is. And i felt the point that i was gonna you know. They just didn't know what to do with me so i struggled a bit there as well. Now you had a third move which was a promotion to aa. And that's in jackson mississippi and your manage their by david johnson. Yeah that year. A lot of the naval got promoted to aa and Went to jackson and david was. The manager ended up winning the texas league championship that year. and yeah The the very odd thing that happened during extra-time as i was just lights out and of the the scouting department and people are getting these these reports coming in from david. Johnson cena. Who is this guy. Where'd you get this guy. This guy is just like lighten it up and the other slovene instructors who had seen the early in the year. Just say you still talking about the same guy. And eventually i went Was promoted to instruction league that year which is down in florida where the prospects go and then it was the first time that bill number cat cmih pitching quite some time and when he saw me throw he looked at me. Says oh my god you're gonna be in the big leagues next year. What happened to you. What did you eat. There was no bill on what a great baseball name. That is bill. Mamba cat remember him with the with the mets and of course with the yankees as well. here new york now in eighty two. You're still jackson as we said a lot of success. Eleven seven seven record two point six seven. Era and Still in relief. But you earned the late season. Call.
"siv " Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"It's time for declare your independence with ernest hancock to be part of the show. Call six zero two two six four twenty eight hundred things you gotta do is out. It's a new new year's resolution. I do well. That's tomorrow chinese new year's resolution chinese new year. Just get with the program. Okay i need you know. My chinese new year's resolution is you know survive in china. You know whatever so. That's one of the things you want to make a big change. You wanna you wanna lose weight. You want to be prettier. You want to be smarter. You wanna be faster you wanna be. You wanna be you know whatever yet. You can't keep doing the same thing. I mean you got to change your life you gotta you gotta you know well. I guess. i'm not watching netflix. Until three in the morning every day. I'm going to have to you know like you. Stop eating cheerios. I mean you know whatever it is you. There's certain certain things you have to change. You wanna have a change. So i think that's what i got to pick a time. Am i going to as probably gonna have to be early in the morning. I've done this before. Like training for spartan and all that kind of stuff. All i get time to make the doughnuts i mean you gotta get up and go run and all that stuff but When would i do the the walk and talk what i do after the show you know or before. No let's say you're recap on the previous day what you're gonna do that day. Some more in some warnings or earlier than others. You know. I mean today like right now. It'd be nice time. Be out walking around. Just checking out the desert the desert just starting to come alive right now so i mean you you find deer in the back coyotes doing a show. Well i know it just got do it before that you need to be retired on i know is in the dark. You know so. I don't know i. It may be an evening thing. It's we'll start. It's got to be daily. Probably wind up being after. I get done editing. And all that stuff he mid afternoon. The sun's going down and recap the day. That might be too. Well i tell you you know. It doesn't have to be exact same time or time thing but because then you can't count on load. That's why i want to do the ipo fast nodes just load. It's loaded done so he wants to go get it get it. You know it's on your web and that's what we're going to start setting up Derek and i talked about it and we're you know he's we're about ready. We can start doing it in a big reason Now certainly cause per year and the second is saturday day after tomorrow is big sign production thing. We're doing these valley. And then after that were getting ill derek ause at one hundred one later man. He's a making sign templates. Man he did he's rock and roll whatnot and we had. We had a bunch of different ideas. And so you'll start to see the signs when we make them we'll put them up but pictures but the one that now the beginning is i do a lot of stuff. I like support first responders. You say no to mandatory shots. That's that's that's gonna be a big thing. That wasn't no nine when we did. It has been now. It really sets the tone for what i want. I'm going look now. They're going to make these guys. That's all i guys. They tried it last time and nine damon breaking down the map they were. Just you know feeling this out. I saw an article yesterday somewhere where they were like sixty percent of people that are working in the old folks homes or assisted living place. They're all saying no no now taken it so you know they haven't got to the dow shall yet but that but we'll see how that's coming but a significant portion of the population is going like i'm going to wait for about a year and see how many people grow with third eyeball. I think. Oh yeah no. I'm for declining. Because this is you grade. You totally agreed. I i keep you hear me say that a lot of you. That don't know there was a south park episode called Pat or something you know and it was making fun of apple and they they keep having terms of agreement you know change every week to get to the point to where nobody reads it just go. I agree whatever whatever whatever whatever and you sure. Yeah yeah sure triple checked it you know. Yeah but yeah whatever whatever whatever and that was the point that they were making they go in these terms of agreement as just you know nobody reads them and they were making fun like stand or something he goes. Oh i i didn't read that. They all all the kids go. You did read it you cited. You didn't read it. He didn't read it. You know and so a lot of people there are places that keep track at at a. They highlight this change that they made every time they did that. Here's a change the change. Here's a change. It becomes articles on it. And this is where you find out all your pictures belong to a facebook kind of thank you know. And you're going so in the agreement it had the where you agreed to have your a continuous gastro intestinal track of three individuals. The point that siv jobs is trying to make. he's gone why won't it read. You know we're trying to get the read they go. If you'd all in the whole thing was about not re well what happened to you. Agree to have your mouth so to somebody else's butt and somebody else's mouth so dear but so you shared one gastrointestinal tract it's a spoof off of dislike c-grade. Horror movie called the human centipede. You have to go. look that up. It's it's really. it's i mean it's it's bad it's own hell. No it's like he was it that mystery science theater or whatever it is it's it wouldn't even make that show. It's a really bad but it's pretty disgusting horror movie and it's all premised on some mad scientists do doing exactly Yeah i well the kids you know they want to it was it was a thing and then when i saw the south park thing on it i was like you know they spoofed. It was so bad that south park use it as the spoof and it was all. That's where that came from. Yeah okay damn okay. Well human said pad okay. It was funny as a cartoon. I'm not recommended in the movie. Moves a thing okay. so it's But the point was. Is you know you agreed you totally you know and this was a you agreed. You sound right here. You get the human setai pad and the whole thing was just trying to trying to make it or so. I don't know what the hell deal was but it was. You agreed you totally agreed. And we are pushing that button all the time and it's a lot of ads now. He's got to watch what we can get. These americans do this. You know you agreed. You know usually agreed. And then you get into the surveillance state and all i mean you know Do you feel like it's america. There was a there was a A sense of pride you know even arrogance a a comfortable in being an american. You know it was that you could expect certain things you didn't have to do. You have to get permission. But you had this american ingenuity newest a yankee ingenuity American exceptionalism all kinds of stuff. And then when they really start pushing american exceptionalism thing when he start pushing that then yet and i was like i mean when you gotta push it you kind of push to me. Think protest too much. You know kind of thing. So i could see it coming. I mean you guys see. Can we come on. You got to do something you know. What do you do. Quit supporting what's screwing. Yeah that's earth thing. So that's why i hammer on you.
"siv " Discussed on My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle
"I, I think the part of the reason I even consensus is the I had eliminated a bunch of this other stuff that willing to do but then when I actually said no to the next book, I was just began the process and that I said no, I'm not doing it was within a few. Days of that as I recall at least within days or weeks that the Siv Harvey that you know the big the biggest names in television these days he wrote a blog saying centralism. You know this book has changed my life I read back logged. And if I'd been working on the book, I would've been momentary glance Oh. That's that's fun. That's cool. That's great and move on but because it the intent change because of this shift. No I'm not doing these things I. think There's something interesting television suddenly was I was aware of it. I could see it I could notice and that this has been like the last couple of years began in base moments and so over those couple of years I mean I literally I moved down to two towards the La area. Working with a a production company, they can just lost Steve Harvey segment just Thursday just gone come out in a few days. That relationship is is good. We just you know still early days you know there's a long journey. That's why that's precisely what I mean. By essential intent it's an essential intent is a very clear, very concrete longtime intent that would significantly increase your level of contribution. I mean it takes a long time to reach even just this was just as episode that go out to millions of people will see that and be exposed to it, and they have an idea of how essentially exist and how to apply or I could do coaching and reach in the same amount of time. Just you know five people most in the same period of time. The other thing that I find interesting is that when you set the essential intent, you have a clear idea of the goal. Of impacting more people yet, you didn't know necessarily and you want to do through TV but you didn't know exactly who you need to reach out to who were going to call. You just created the space for that to come in, and then you were able to recognize it when it appeared absolutely true that I did not know anything about who to call how to approach whatsoever I. Intent definitely trump's knowledge contact cowan, and so the goal is to figure out you know one's highest essential intent Greg you've shared so many great ideas with us on quest for the best today. I just want to thank you so much for exploring that with us and sharing such. Detailed and I thinking about essential attend. It's been my absolute pleasure. Thank.
"siv " Discussed on Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast
"Of Orion so it's like. Well, you know what is, it turns out Roddenberry Booker, but anyway getting back to this episode, so Yeah Yada Hr. Golden HR. Let me say that much getting back to this show. So! Gideon Malik was supposed to have died in nineteen seventy. He's like net which makes dijk very upset because he's like I didn't kill him because he told me to kill him. And now he's been live for an extra three years because the timeline is already screwed up. And makes a really interesting point and and What's her name? Quake Lend credence, start point I mean like. Hey, we have a chance to do something good, but in the interest of maintaining a time line which if you watched any show by time, travel is impossible. You're making it worse. The situation is actively worst than it was. When we got there, and we had a chance to have at least the possibility of making it a a whole lot better, so I understand his conundrum. But you know along those same lives. There's a secondary conundrum with Sousa where he says look I. Ever Die, or you always just go. pull me out of it and it's like. Could I have stopped this, you know. Creating all as as we speak buddy, so it's up to you I. Guess that's what the and this is. And this is the essentially. This bull threads question, which is what we're dealing with. Essentially, this entire season is an answer to the endgame. Question could Steve Rogers go back in time and Mary Peggy Carter and not alter the timeline. Because and it goes into that basic questions. Are we to say that Siv Rogers? Captain? America for eight years, sat on his duff and did nothing to help no one. Yeah it seems unlikely because just being in the past. He's going to help someone. Has To parties to worthy of that Hammer. Not He's he is going to help an old lady. Cross the street and little. Did we know that old lady was aunt May's killer? It's going to happen that. It's like you know. Just because he's in the just being in the past, and but this goes to that question other. You always went back in time, and then of course, the question of. of Captain America and what you mentioned before. It was like did Captain America Get A. Explanation of how he could travel in time and that disrupt the timelines. And is it you can never do anything or is it? You can only do small things you know. You can save people's lives when you want to. But when you get to a certain point, it's going to be a tipping point you know. What's your question twisting?.
"siv " Discussed on Liberaleren Podcast
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"siv " Discussed on Liberaleren Podcast
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"siv " Discussed on Izzy and Spain
"But the if is what's important because you can look at this and say, oh, well, they've figured it out. We're gonna see this Katie going forward. The wars you're gonna keep just absolutely beating the breaks out people and everything's cool. But that's not the case right dream on his right? If k d sets is mind to it. He can't be stopped. But sometimes it just doesn't feel like he's in the right head space when you're Kevin Durant and you're taking eight-game h shots in a game. You're on the right head space. And it's not about being ball hog. It's not about needing to dominate. We know that this team can find success trading around. Who's got the hot hand? But there is not a game where Kevin Durant only take eight shots last night's game. Looked like what we expect to see and look like the kind of game that will get the warriors back to a note other title. They outscored the clippers by thirty two points Durant on the court his third highest plus minus in a playoff game in his career highest in a playoff game with the warriors. Again, he didn't even have to play in the fourth. That's how far ahead they were. This is the kind of game that SIV Kerr wants to see now, of course, Steve Kerr's job is to figure out how to get this out of them every time and Patrick Beverley and anybody else facing the warriors job is to not talk at all just zip it right because they don't need your help. They don't need bulletin board. Material. They don't need to get the press talking about whether you're in their head or not the do enough damage even without getting fired up. So they don't need you to add to it. Just just to note a message for all that are going to face a Kevin Durant in the wars sarahspain solo Spain Spain and Fitz on ESPN radio the ESPN app. All of.