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"sadam" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"sadam" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Go through the Darien gap to Panama. Panama had to deal with the Trump administration, so they keep the people there. If they apply for a silent they will also keep any Mexico But now those deals are off the table. So they're able to transition from Panama through Guatemala to Mexico and come to the United States easily. Wow, big concerns And as you point out, because that border is so porous. There are so many issues coming in from every direction. It may not be a plane and maybe just crossing the border. And there's a lot to think about Carl's first of all. I love your calls, and I appreciate your service so much. It is so, so. So important. Real quick. I'm going to go to Carmen from Paramus, New Jersey, Carmen Go ahead real quick. It's Carmine. Carmine. Sorry about that car, man. I'm sorry. Go ahead. No, it's alright. Rita. Um I love you. Um, so I think that you and I love you. By the way before you go forward, Carmine. Thank you. The biggest mistake in the Middle East is what we went after Iraq and Sadam Hussein, Okay, because Santa Hussein was not aligned with any other I was, uh, entity and we should have made a deal with Iraq and san Um Hussein and they could have been all watchdog. In the Middle East and they could have went after I ran because they were a common enemy with Iran. They could have went after Afghanistan and we could have bases in that country. I think that was our biggest mistake. And George Bush. You had no idea. Yeah. You know, a number of people have said that to and then also karma, and the other thing is, remember. We went after the military there to remember. That was the other thing. We then, like trying to decimate the military there, as opposed to embracing some of the military members. I'm talking about the Iraqi military. Um, and some of them. We should have somehow put him on payroll or got them engaged or whatever, as opposed to having Them depleted and turning against us. It was sort of, like coming in every different direction and again like you just said it was part of this whole nation building effort, which sounds like a familiar word that we're hearing in Afghanistan. Carmen, Thank you very, very much When we come back, everybody Some stunning new details and new documents that wow wow. Wow. Basically showed that the US was indeed funding gain of gain of what is it always called? I was free to gain of function research. I don't know why I'm drawing a blank. Um, thanks. So much of Afghanistan right now. Gain of function research. In, um, the Wuhan lab. Remember found? She said No. There was no US money. There were no funds. It turns out there was a lot of money. And now a lot of people are saying you know what Maybe it's time for Fauci to go. I want to hear your thoughts on this. 1 808 489222. This is the Rita Cosby Show on 77 W. ABC..

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"sadam" Discussed on Mo Egger

Mo Egger

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"sadam" Discussed on Mo Egger

"Though to get invited to get invited into be honored. As one of the three four five best players in college football that would be phenomenal and if he plays like he did saturday within reach so then reach second. Play of the game bang. Eighty one yards over the top to tyler. Scott ball was about forty five fifty yards. Hang time dropped in the bucket. That's what everybody's been talking about. If desmond ritter is going to become the guy the best version of himself. He's going to have to do a better job at the deep ball. Got connect more on the deep ball said can play the game has learned how to throw the depot this off season. There's not we'll talk a little bit more about the game in the second hour. There's not a lot to talk about the in terms of just the the overall game itself cincinnati's better than miami. That's they are in two different places as programs right now. Cincinnati is better talent. Now that's not to say on any given day something can happen but this version of cincinnati was not losing to miami on saturday. Chuck martin knew that. And if this is going to be how chuck martin sees this game going forward. The game needs to end. His quarterback was healthy cleared to play this week. Chuck martin sadam in.

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"sadam" Discussed on Something On My Mind | Personal Finance

Something On My Mind | Personal Finance

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"sadam" Discussed on Something On My Mind | Personal Finance

"Our studio guests today. If you could hear him. I don't know i don't know if you can hear them in the background. He just said to hell. Yeah there you go so actually. There's a couple of other things on this topic. But here's one that if you earned the mark long enough you probably know this but when oil prices are high historically the market as negative and when they're down it's up and for the last cheese three to four years or so. I don't know the actual stats. The oil. prices have been down now. That happened oil with the taliban. Now yeah now that the whole thing in afghanistan is going to effect on oil prices. Probably not there's like. I don't get into that bond. They're not the only country the pumps isn't that are illustrates leader said the taliban. I wonder if he did that because he was like one of those guys who say things. Wrong like diabetes like you. David does things with weird emphasis. Used to call what bush com saddam hussein. Yes no sadam sadam sadam hussein so okay. Well i think we beat that one up a little bit. But i think it's important. It's shows you that there are so many different things that can influence just an overall market and again. I think the key is if you're in the long game you stick to the long game. Well there's actually a book that was written by charles mackay back in one thousand nine hundred. I'm sorry eighteen fifty two which was called extraordinary popular delusions and the madness of crowds and this is actually cited often as it relates to the market as well because oftentimes people think that they're making individual decisions and they know what they're doing and they're making the decision based on their own situation. That's really almost not ever true when it comes to crowd behavior in the madness of of groups of people when it comes to the stock market and we see that. Look at look at amc. I mean what are the other means. Well investors that who never people are coming out of the woodwork to buy those because they had to get like i gotta i gotta get bored. I have to get into it. There's someone in his various studio who came. Stop at a price looking at that. As i said there's someone in this very room who paid too much for game stop you know as a supporter of not only gaming but brick and mortar business ray. I think there's no too high of a price to support a business that needs to help. And at the time i think game stop needed. The help and it helped back to people who needed that. It's actually very true. And we did a story on that. So the producers of the show or their own opinions and reflect real feelings of this program well and yes. I don't advise you to buy any socks now. We don't make any any any advice guy on the show. I'm just crypto checkoint. Shit going see. I mean crowd. Behavior is the biggest influence influencers of the market for centuries. This is no mystery that a good portion of the market reacts. Actually if you have sector-based stocks if let's have amazon goes down. Typically anybody in that sector goes down if oil stock goes down. You're going to see all the sell off within that sector and there's an emotional base selling or a bias based selloffs both within each sector or the inverse a rally. We'll look at a casino. You hear everybody yelling. At the craps table it's nighttime. Having a couple of drinks the one armed bandits are just full as in. Someone wants a few bucks you like. Do you see people running to that. Same machine right yeah. It's foam all like the mad..

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"sadam" Discussed on Snacks Daily

Snacks Daily

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"sadam" Discussed on Snacks Daily

"Is monday till i nineteenth on three ice cream. You ate yesterday nationalized from day three to one bagel videira creamy creamy count. Typically against it staring. What do you call swirl or do you call it a tour all right. Full disclosure appetizer. Was the van loon caramel. The entree was the salted malted from salt and straw full disclosure. This is the best one. Yeah story jack. What are we gonna soho house. Stock just fell after its luxurious. Ipo last few urban country club wants to be ensconced. In velvet for second-story zoom just acquired a translation startup. Because doesn't wanna get sucked at google for third and final story. Sadam is the first three d. printing company. We've ever covered this podcast yet. Is this doctors went public. Because of the fourth industrial revolution and yes creams are delicious and count. I just started calling him premiums. I used to call ups sir cave. It works it still takes the hot fudge snacks before he hit those three fantastic stories to kick off the such a good mix to that we check it is hoarders almanac week seventy jack and even keeping track week seventy things that were running out of in the united states this week. It's not running out of chicken wings or chlorine for pools. We're running out of money specifically we're running out of money for female athletes not getting paid enough. We got a snack from maggie mullet. Who's currently an mba student at the university of oregon. This naff honestly so good. I mean jack we just have to promote this thing to the intra according to maggie fact checks by us the highest paid. Nba player steph curry. Get this he makes more than one hundred and forty four. wnba players combined. That's all hundred forty four so why is pay for women so low relative to men athletes so we jumped in snacks. It's basically because women's sports don't get the media love to justify the big sponsorship bucks in two thousand nineteen ninety five percent of all tv coverage of sports was a dude hitting basically now. It's not just the tv ratings though if you jump in for yes the. Us men's national soccer team. They hit. thanks more money than the. Us women's national soccer team. The women's national soccer team snagged way higher tv ratings than the man right. There is some good news though changes coming slowly but surely okay last year. At and t. Deloitte nike they all throughout the big bucks to be the big sponsors of the wnba. Last week candace parker was revealed as gracing the cover of the nba two k. Twenty two video and jack tomorrow. We're getting the first. Mlb baseball game fully umpired by women. Nick the olympics opening ceremonies friday. There won't be a shortage of this olympic fifty backflips a whole lot of backflips. Nagy epoch snack at daily. We gotta get some illegal snacks about the rain. Food is candy. They don't reflect abused her family still informational just so recommending any security. It's not a research report or investment advice. Matt offer or sale of us security snacks digestible business news. We give financial. Llc member finra slash s. p. c. stories so house it is deprived club that just went public. There is safety in luxury jack. First of all you can fit in there right. You look great right now. I think he got the thing really. Well it's home to thirty fancy houses. That's what's so houses. Thirty houses. Po made yes pa. That's my secret. I like him as he did that now. Houses we're talking so house you pay thirty four hundred dollars a year to be a member and you have access to their thirty. Soho houses across gloomy. Jack i'm looking at the features here in the site. They got bedrooms. They got co working. They got a spa. they got restaurants. They got rooftop pools at all. This up were what does this sound like. If this is your urban country urban country club even have under twenty-seven memberships which is very country club of that country lot instead of a bad bit in court. They have velvet everything. What's that that's just another one of our coffee table books. We have a million smackers. If there's a high end high rent city so houses probably that london new york berlin yet they got a beach club in meek and jack if you wanna live the linen lifestyle the dress code though it's not country club. No it's not it's suit jack. You're going to go in a member. We're like a torn shirt. But they paid extra to have that shirt. Torn in paris snacker. Soho house from our experience is popular with the kind of person who helps haley baldwin launches cd infused liking startup full disclosure. We've been to a couple so houses but we haven't bought the cd leggings. Saggers this house as expensive but membership collective group the company that owns it and that just ipo stocks twelve bucks. Oh jack we got ourselves a mobile stock. You may be missing out but you can own it. So here's what jack. And i find fascinating about so house. It has the ultimate challenge of every luxury brand. Soho must remain exclusive and cool but it also must scale and grow. Yeah so maybe that's why it's never made a profit in. Oh jack twenty six years of existence. They haven't figured out that ultimate challenge of luxury neck. No they have. It never made a profit in twenty six years. Also they only have one hundred and eleven thousand members and they got fifty nine thousand people on the weightless you'd think they should just add new members. Fifty nine thousand are willing to pay but if you let off fifty nine thousand in so house might lose. Its cool factor. And they're trying to boost revenues while not crowding the clubs with paid app that they just launched. We're like seriously so. How's your a house. You can't replicate the house experience in at. Yeah we noticed. They mentioned the word digital one hundred seventy times in their ipo paperwork but they're not a tech company. Do last egg easy so asked out. They're trying to grow but they're only opening five clubs a year to make sure they don't grow too fast all that real estate put two billion dollars of debt on the company is the worst part they brought in seventy two million in revenue in the first quarter. They lost ninety three million dollars. That quarter members are wealthy. Yeah soho club's not sue jack. What's the takeaway for our buddies with the rip shirts over at the soho house. They have found safety in luxury. Knackers the most bullish thing about soho house. Resilience during the down in twenty twenty all of their clubs or closed. Yeah there were people. Were traveling sitting at home so they didn't need a fancy home away from home. Whatever city they were. Jack and i noticed this wild stat about so house there ninety two percent retention rate that means ninety two out of one hundred members remained members even though they weren't getting value so last year we work users plummeted marriott's. They lost hotel guests. Almost every so house member continued paying. Three thousand four hundred dollars in the name will feed so the pandemic was like the ultimate test of loyalty and so house members. They stayed super loyal mainly because they could afford to stay super loyal. So house found safety in luxury for our second story. Google is trying to eat zoom awkward. So zoom just acquired a language translation starter. I love the way said that jack is like i mean. Of course. that's what you're gonna do if your zoom and your mission is making communications friction less insecure. I mean we don't work zoom but we assume they have to recite that every day when they walk into zoom headquarters. Here's the thing the only frictions zoom has eliminated when it comes to. Communication is physical distance. That's i mean it's a big deal that they made that. Yeah well. it's a huge deal. Let our economy like keep going despite the zoom stock quintupled from the pre pandemic level to where it is today too shabby. The stock is down thirty six percent since october. Now here's what's fascinating about. Zuma distance isn't the only barrier to.

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"sadam" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"sadam" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"3:42 A.m. batch that came in on November 4th. Which shows 143,379 votes for Biden and 25,000 won 63 for Trump. We go that Sadam. He's at it again. That's incredible knocking on doors that campaign side votes. Adam Sadam 2020. What the hell? There's another one in Georgia 1:34 A.m. November 4th. 136,000 for Biden 29,115 for Trump. Man that Biden was a camper. Biden Magic everywhere. Joe, Here's the last one. Update in Michigan. 54,000 votes in 3:50 A.m. for Biden 4700 for Donald Trump. You know what's really weird about these Biden dumps. That the differences and he's Biden dumps Enough to turn the whole election. Let's go to the next screen shot from this sub stack piece. You just have to read this. This one's a little shorter. He says. We find that the extent of the respect of anomalies here are more than the margin of victory in all three states, Michigan, Wisconsin and Georgia, which collectively represent 42 electoral votes. G That's kind of strange. Folks he goes on in the next screen shot here to again. Discuss the critical take away. You can have big ratios. I can't say this enough. And you can have big skews and votes and liberal areas. Big ratios and big skews. It's kind of weird. Those air like Kim Jon one type numbers. 99.99% of the vote is in, and Kim Jong un one everyone crazy time. Go back to this piece. Is also a number of general intuitions upon which we draw to direct our research. He says, quote in general, the larger the sample size, the smaller we expect the deviation from the population average to be again. Experimental effects tend to go down as population sizes. Go up. Everybody got that. Simple statistical tautological statement. All right. While anomalous vote ratios may occur, the statistical chance of anomalous margins goes down as the size of the sample or vote update goes up again. You have a small town. You could have a high ratio. You have a huge city. You're not gonna get 99% of the vote. Something's up. That's what he means by the size of the effect goes down as the size of the sample goes up. Take away. The basic intuition Here is big margins are one thing and so we're super skewed results, But it's weird to have them both of the same time as they generally become inversely related as either value increases. That's a fancy way of saying what I just told you You know, big ratios. Or you can have big margins. But you can't have big margins with big ratios. I can say this enough damn Bongino show. World is a very confusing place right now. Good things bad things all at once. I don't know what's going to happen. You know what? Nobody knows what's gonna happen. I worry about the stock market. How our dollar is gonna fare through all of this. One thing that puts my mind at ease is knowing that I could get real gold and silver from the Oxford Gold Group. If you haven't purchased gold and silver yet now, maybe the time if you have purchased gold, it's over already. You may want to look into buying some more. Remind yourself why you bought gold and silver in the first place..

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"sadam" Discussed on They Called This a Movie

They Called This a Movie

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"sadam" Discussed on They Called This a Movie

"IT seemed like the Mo the busiest bike shop in in the world. So we meet Mike Jackson coach runs a hotdog stand slash kids hang out. He's a bit sad sack but more or less. His heart is in the right place. SORTA guy has little pep talk with Jack in the coach from the other team is clavell tries to talk to him about something she found out about at the bank she works at but he blows her off that Mr Hodgkin's shows up. He's the owner of the bank, and then the motorbike shows up at a nowhere. Jack is up at bat and we know this the other team is evil because they have real uniforms. Jack is stuck playing in jeans and sneakers. Than Jack has that moment where as if his dad came to see him play and suddenly gets a whole bunch of confidence, but it's a bike that claims in play. So he gets to confidence to hit an almost homerun. The best part about the bike showing up is that it's this motorbike standing up on its own in the middle of the to bleachers and nobody bad tonight like Motor. Third Bike Yeah. The only person notices is Hodgkin's because it farts at him. Sad. When he's at Bat, he has a terrible swing at a pitch. That's his eyeballs. And the bike Hong Sadam he Bowie Hey Bo. It's bike and goes right back into the bat. So. Weird. Why would they give you confidence expect I'm going to hit a home run for them kind of minimum press the Blake Yeah. So decades almost home run but he gets tagged out at the plate on a bullshit call starts a bench clearing brawl. Angel Hernandez. Little, league yeah he kicks Max Right in the end. And I just says a haymaker enter the up calls them out. In real it'll be fights. Mike Appeals to MISC- lavelle trying to get her to admit that he was safe. But she says, she didn't say anything which strike won Lavelle. Maybe cute. Your big old glasses but that was a bullshit thing to do. Yeah. We come on man it's terrible. Have some respect. Yeah, and then Jack immediately forgets all about it and again vogue get on their bike and go to Mike Doghouse by the way this Hannah lettermans jacket. Yeah. I'm assuming it's supposed to be his version of a motorcycle jacket, but he's like year old kid on a dirt bike I'm going to assume that the jacket is his father because it makes no sense. Fits in pretty, well yeah. Maybe. His Dad was a little person. Chance. To. Maybe. Yeah I feel like, I, feel like they didn't do any back story for others parents. Yeah. They just didn't really write it in. Yeah. It was just it just made me it was like the I I thought it was Max Jacket. Because he gave them all the equipment ripe. And that I saw his last name written on the jacket and I was like his jacket and he doesn't look very good at little league but apparently is great pitcher because there's like nobody gets out your fastball Jack. Well maybe you know the two thousand fourteen director's commentary addresses that. So it makes doghouse is completely chaos there as he just lets the kids run completely wild throwing food all over the restaurant MISC- lavelle shows up and she comes to him to tell him that.

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"sadam" Discussed on Trill MBA Show - For Black Women Surviving Corporate America

Trill MBA Show - For Black Women Surviving Corporate America

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"sadam" Discussed on Trill MBA Show - For Black Women Surviving Corporate America

"That I am fortunate to be good at right and you know it some people view it as a game me whatever you know I'm going to do what it takes. And I found that when you build relationships with people, they want to work with you and then on top of that once you show them what you're capable of respect you right. So that's just you know what I've been fortunate enough to do and I've learned it hasn't always been that way. We can talk about, yes that last company it was great but I hit my stumbles along the way as well. Right like I had to grow and learn how to do this over time like I won't say that this is something that I mastered right out of the gate when I first started in corporate America, right but after being corporate America for over fifteen years now, you you you learn real quick. If you want to succeed. Well, I've been learning the hard way, which is why I started the show. As I don't want to go through this obviously there rocking lack like so. at-bat News News, Saturday q a senic you. Learn. About new. From that nail. And this powerpoint. But. But that's life. So great that you have this platform police to help 'cause I didn't have anyone like a guiding me right along the way you know like we figured it out. And it's so great now that you know this platform exists to help people coming up behind us you. Now I have people ahead of me above me that I look to when I, go to for guidance and it makes all the difference, right? So listen, we don't take a quick break, but after the break we're GonNa talk about have you been a sponsor to somebody in what was that like or I know you're new vp but I wanNA talk about like what is that like or the company expect you to be a sponsor like give us the inside scoop when we come back though we're GonNa take a quick break. Right. Hey. How big is your network? Are, we connected you listen to the show. You know I know a lot of people. So why haven't I seen you on the Internet here a couple things you can do to plug into the trillon being network one. You can head on over to link and follow us on our page. At. Truly Mba, show. Also. SO-SO. Lincoln instagram twitter facebook go on over there and connect with me say. At. Me, talk to me I. Want to hear from you. What are you going through? How can I help? Right? You know you can always email me at ask. Dot Com you can always go to trillion, be A. dot com, Sadam for our freebies, we're always adding new guides and tips and tricks and tactics videos to help you through this thing called corporate workplace life who there's a lack I know. So connect with me. Let me know how can help you? Let's get these promotions ladies listening. I want you to get more coins and I want you to help the next crop of women behind you. Okay. So. Let's get it and if you need him Yup. At be show everywhere everywhere on the Internet. Now. Let's get back to.

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"sadam" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"sadam" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"You want to hear the full podcast Go to the ESPN Chicago app. I know everything that Theo says there's is right and there was a need for change. I just felt as if some of the players were were allowed to get a pass because the blame could go towards Joe Maddon in the inability to have those tough conversations with players now that they are having tough conversations with the general in town, David Ross Well, you life anybody? That's what I hear. I can only tell you about what I hear. And what I hear is that Joe was so loosey goosey. He didn't have a tough conversations with any of these players. They could do whatever they want, even though that's exactly what we applauded him for is that he had this ability to relate to the young ballplayer. And then all of a sudden it flipped and the young ballplayers weren't relating. To Joe Cool, and Joe then is trying to figure out how to read books about Millennials and all this stuff, And now they bring in David Ross was changed everything because he's having tough conversations with these guys accountable. Does David Ross know howto handle? When guys or something like this. Does he feel like he can like? Okay, Javi, struggling. Javi couldn't hit. He had a double today. But other than that, Harvey's been horrible. The last couple of the last you know, few games here the last week we were talking about Javier, his average being around to wonder looking Kris Bryant. Okay, but I get that there's 1 90 Kris Bryant's missed some games with some injuries. So you wonder if those air still nag him but ultimately All I'm saying is, is that in every year thing with him, Yeah, it is. Essentially, my question is this though As a new manager with the quote shortened season, even though where, if you're in first place now the season still goes till the start of October. So you have it's the same amount of time. That's what I'm trying to say, right? It is. David Ross. Think He can't give these guys a day off tow, like, clear their heads, You know, because think about it like if you wanted to give Javi bias a day off today, he's missing two games. Well, we saw that last week with Louis Robert on the South side, right? He sat Renteria, Sadam for day. Everyone went nuts. Why was he in the lab? The White Sox loss and he's right back in the lineup for the rest of the week. But you can you afford to do that, like could Ha ve have tomorrow off because there's only one One game, you know, clear his head come back for the doubleheader. See if that helps him Or is David Ross under this? This pressure of it's such a short season that every game matters and I need to get these guys as many as bats as possible, because if I miss Harvey's if today's the day that Javi turns it around, and he goes three for four And scores three runs or whatever it is, then, you know, maybe the day off, was it needed? Does he know how to manage these guys when they're struggling? Because because Madden for as much criticism is, he gets knew howto handle days off for guys. He knew how to handle the grind of baseball for players, the mental grind for baseball. It is 6 47 The Cubs have tweeted out their lineup. Do you see what their lineup says tonight for the Cubs game? The second game starting at 705 Scrolling, scrolling. Scrolling wanted to give it to me. Okay, well, can You see a picture of my screen facing on the mound for the Cardinals? You see that Emoji? It's emoji. It, says Miller vs It's more than people on twitched 1000 Chicago. It's the Cardinal's still don't know who their starter is for a game that's starting in, like 15 20 minutes. Whoever goes out there, all right, well, the Cubs will have Bryant leading off playing third Rizzo at first Then by aside short Schwarber and left controls the D. H happened Center Hayward in right, Tarantini catching thickness at second Miller, pitching for the Chicago Cubs. Coming up next. Do you like the seven inning games to make up these doubleheader games that the Cardinals have missed? We'll talk about baseball Show on goes home First for ESPN.

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"sadam" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"sadam" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"15 a Texas Republican congressman who has refused to wear a mask has now come down with covert 19 island's governor, lowering that state social gathering limit from 25. 2 15 Authorities and Milton Update to town this evening on plans to revamp East Milton Square. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says Democrats are trying to make political hay out of the Corona virus stimulus bill debate. It appears federal agents deployed to Portland, Oregon. Soon will be leaving. Update from ABC Sadam Kelsey. Organ Governor Keith Brown announced Wednesday. The federal law enforcement officials policing racial justice demonstrators in Portland will be withdrawn Thursday. Brown, who described the agents as an occupying force, who brought violence to the protests, said she discussed the issue with vice president Pence, among others. Just hours earlier, though President Trump said that the agents weren't leaving Portland until the city was secured. Department of Homeland Security confirmed the withdrawal and said the Oregon State police will take their place. Adam Kelsey ABC News Washington Federal investigators, meantime, are heading to three other cities, the Justice Department said. Attorney general Bar directed federal resource is to Cleveland, Detroit and Milwaukee, where U. S attorney Matthew Kruger said they're meant to address violent crime, illegal firearm possession and trafficking. Violent offenses violent drug trafficking organizations. This is separate from the surges in federal forces sent to Portland and Seattle to protect property these air, largely criminal investigators without a visible presence on the streets. Aaron Carter Ski ABC NEWS, New York A flag dispute and hangem firefighters dividing in order to take thin blue line flags off their truck. Stop BBC. Suzanne Saz Ville has more the thing blue Line flags first started flying on Hingham Fire trucks back in 2018 when we myth, Police officer Michael Chesnot was killed, but the police have fire chief say the flags now take on a different political meaning and told the firefighters to take them down. Fire chief Steve Murphy says. It's nothing personal. The town has a strict practice.

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"sadam" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"sadam" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Herself comfortable to like be here now and so I let her do all that amber's sort of listening to her going on about what was wrong and then eventually after I felt like enough time had passed hi Sadam who we we have to wake up early to go to school tomorrow and we're really tired so I think we should probably go back to bed and she's like I know I'm sorry I'm sorry I'm sorry I'm here I'm here I'm sorry I'm here and I said no it's it's like totally fine here almost like you know thank you for being here but do you mind died and so I like it very slowly stood up and walked over to the door and thank them every moment is like making sure it's safe and then I opened the door and she said okay okay Inspur shoes on and she started to leave and just as she was about to leave I said oh you forgot your earrings and then she started crying all over again like it was this huge thing walked over to get the earrings and then sat back down on the bed and I remember thinking like why did I bring up the hearing like we're so close to being safe so then then the whole thing it is the whole thing started all over again where I had to like listen to her cry like calm her down and then finally I'm like you know we have to wake up early to go to school do you mind leaving and I walked her to the door and that she walked out of the door and the like as soon as she was out of the door I just like flake pushed the door as hard as I could to close.

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"sadam" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"sadam" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And so I let her do all that M. as sort of listening to her going on about what was wrong and then eventually after some like enough time had passed hi Sadam who we we have to wake up early to go to school tomorrow and we're really tired so I think we we should probably go back to bed and she's like I know I know I'm sorry I'm sorry I'm sorry I'm here I'm here I'm sorry I'm here and I said I'm no it's it's like totally fine here almost like you know thank you for being here but do you mind died leaving now and so I like very slowly stood up and walked over to the door and thank every moment is like making sure it's safe and then I opened the door and she said okay I'll change for shoes on and she started to leave and just as she was about to leave I said oh you forgot your earrings and then she started crying all over again like there's this huge thing walked over to get the earrings and then sat back down on the bed and I remember thinking like why did I bring up the hearing like it we are so close to being safe seven then the whole thing this is the whole thing started all over again where I had to like listen to her cry like calm her down and then finally I'm like you know we have to wake up early to go to school do you mind leaving and I walked her to the door and that she walked out of the door and the like as soon as she was out of the door I just like flight pushed the door as hard as I could to closing.

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"sadam" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"sadam" Discussed on KCRW

"Now and so I let her do all that M. as sort of listening to her going on about what was wrong and then eventually after I felt like enough time had passed hi Sadam who we we have to wake up early to go to school tomorrow and we're really tired so I think we should probably go back to bed and and she's like I know I know I'm sorry I'm sorry I'm sorry I'm here I'm here I'm sorry I'm here and I said I'm no it's it's like totally fine here almost like you know thank you for being here but do you mind leaving now and so I like very slowly stood up and walked over to the door and thank them every moment is like making sure it's safe and then I opened the door and she said okay okay Inspur shoes on and she started to leave and just as she was about to leave I said oh you forgot your earrings and then she started crying all over again like it was this huge thing walked over to get the earrings and then sat back down on the bed and I remember thinking like why did I bring up the hearing like it we are so close to being safe so then then the whole thing it is the whole thing started all over again where I had to like listen to her cry like calm her down and then finally I'm like you know we have to wake up early to go to school do you mind leaving and I walked her to the door and that she walked out of the door and the like as soon as she was out of the door I just like flake pushed the door as hard as I could to closing and when I pushed it like.

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"sadam" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

07:34 min | 2 years ago

"sadam" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"I thought about the feelings of being sick. I worked myself up so much that I went in the bathroom and was vomiting in then because I worked in a nursing home is not just. Don't feel good but I took my temperature and I'm like oh here's the moment of truth right. I'm not sick. I'm not going to have a fever. They're gonNA tell you. Just go back to work. I had worked myself up such busy. I Shit you not one hundred hundred degree temperature. My God. They're like one hundred no shit like I know I'm feeling horrible. They gave me a sprite. They gave me some medication right. Yes yes on your way in literally. Since I walked out the door I was like back into back into normal. I had literally convinced my body to be thick while in the thing about this too. Is that even? Let's say that this is just positive mindset right like let's just say that that is not real but it's the way that you think doesn't that feel better does if it's a placebo. Whatever it is like it feels better to not feel bad. It feels better to not be scared. It feels better to be open to the idea that if you've done everything that you can do if this is where you are this is what's happening and you're not going to let yourself be afraid and not let yourself be overcome. That just feels better feel better. It's the difference between like how it feels to be in a good mood or an at least in like a baseline like mood. As opposed to being in a bad mood or being afraid or whatever is the negative Sadam Ocean. It just feels better so even if it's the placebo effect the idea that you can you can do that for yourself. What can you do for yourself? If the whole point is it doesn't matter what anybody else does. It only matters what you can do. Yeah what can you do for yourself? What can you do for yourself to keep you in a place where it feels good to be? You and I can tell you if you were told me this when I was twenty five man. That's price started doing personal development bleeding a little bit but house twenty five. If you were told me in my early twenties or told me when I was a kid I had the power to control like you know my my environment of higher control. I was sick. I would think that you were crazy to the victim. Most of my life even as discovering these things I was talking about is still a victim so I can understand people that are sick. That are like screw you. You don't know what you're talking about that's crazy. You can't control whether you're sick dots have things in when literally. Your mind is sick. You're more likely to be sick. You're more likely to find those things right people that walk around and say I'm sick. I'm sick I'm sick. I'm worried about being sick. End Up being sick right in not just like sick in the mind but literally catch things right. They literally have legitimate diseases. Well like you said. The science is there to prove that the immune system can't handle intolerate that amount of stress and it's mentally stress fall and it mentally fatigues you to be worried about being sick or worried about having something happened to you and this is not to say like. Don't be smart. You know like keep washing your hands. Keep living your life. Maybe put some gas in your car. Do you do the things that you should? You should do. Anyway that's that's been one of the things that's been sort of cracking me up about this. I'm a chef. So we're always washing your hands. Right like handwashing central and so all these chefs. That I know are just like thoroughly disgusted at the idea that people are hand washing. Like what have you been doing all this time? You should always be washing your hands. You should probably always have like a full tank of gas or whatever you can control whatever. You can be disciplined enough to do another. Show the pain of discipline or the pain of regret right like so if you can be disciplined to do the things that you're supposed to do when you're supposed to do them. How much better is your life? How much better do you feel? So it's not sailing. Oh power of positive mindset krona virus. Go Hide in your house and don't have any food. That's not what we're saying. Do the things that you would normally do. But don't don't let this whole thing derail you because even if it even if the whole country is GonNa shut down. They're not going to ask you first. Yeah nobody's going to ask you if it's okay it's going to happen. It's absolutely going to happen. But it's frustrating to hear how scary it is. It's frustrating to hear. I was listening to something just before I came in and it was a podcast about supply chain and I have a product that I sell and I rely on a supply chain in this guy says well you know it's really scary. The whole world shutting down. That's not true. The whole world has not shut down like what is true and what is not true and maybe I'm a little I know for myself like if you ask me. What is my biggest pet peeve? My biggest pet peeve is people who don't tell the truth because I am a walking talking example of how screwed up your life can be when you don't tell the truth and a good way to end in just like tell the truth and talk about talk about your problem. You know talk about what you have going on. You know if you have some problems going on. Find Somebody to talk to you whether it's traditional therapist or you find a coach that I feel like one. I mean that industry but I find that Is sometimes more beneficial than even like a therapist to not be alone so this was one of the things that I was thinking twenty minutes ago or whatever. We were talking about When people start to isolate so it's proven that Not only his trauma the original gateway drug but the more isolated somebody feels and the more that they isolate themselves. The door is more open towards addiction. Because you're trying to get because your soul is craving. The root of your person hood is craving connection and it's proven that when people who are struggling with some type of addiction when you can reintegrate them and when you can reconnect them to a community and not just any community but people who genuinely care about them who want to be supportive Then it's so much easier for them to go into recovery because they're not doing it by themselves and that's what I think is also really important about what's going on right now. Is that even though everybody right now is at home and not going to school and not going to work and and not doing any of those things. Don't take that as your time to sit there in your house in the dark by yourself and not reaching out to other people especially now like the in this day and age were so connected. That's how reaching out whenever you can reach out and Ricky purcell distance talk to you from across the world exactly for social distance. Yeah I Laura Time. I'm really glad that you're here. Thanks for inviting awesome. All right you guys. My name is Stacey. This was Jason Tracy from Roar Consulting. Hoping to see my dad back next week. He's never had a bad day in his life. He's in Miami. So He's in Miami Seven Great Day. He's he does not care about the current virus. L. E. DOT COM CA with my wife Told you this Do Tax by white. And I'm going way over. My wife literally was like never had a bad day. Does that mean to explain it to you? And I'm like DOC DOC is one of those guys like when Life Hands Them. Lennon's he probably makes London chill everyday. He does so. He's probably enjoying some some lemonade or lemon cellos. On the beaches of Miami Right now. We Miss Him. We'll look seeing him next week thanks bye..

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"sadam" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"sadam" Discussed on KCRW

"To have the same school of thought a trump passed and as racism that I just don't believe in it I don't Sadam Vangelis preacher can stand up and and forgive trump for everything he does what he's talking about there is the way many white evangelical leaders have supported the president even after he admitted to paying off a porn star even through his impeachment we had this long conversation about politics in the state of the country and Karan mac because the local NWC P. president told me she feels like many white people just don't see their own racism what I've learned is this that black people do not seem to have the same level of work in this country our lives don't have worked in this country and it's been that way since the beginning of time to sixteen nineteen let's put it that way she's referring there to the years slavery started in the United States other voters described rural trump supporters as low information voters who don't understand how they rely on government programs like social security or farm subsidies Collette all sin is president of the African American caucus for the county Democratic Party I am going to say that a lot of people are just aren't educated they don't understand the system in the process and at the end of the day once that's understood I don't think that would have been a lot of people that would have voted for him but a lot of people are voting on a motion and fear and whatever so these voters feel marginalized by some of their white suburban and rural neighbors in the Charlotte area and they also feel like some of those neighbors just aren't seeing the big picture Schering your voters were not wrong there to talk about people voting on fear because some people do fear cities at the same day that you were in central Charlotte I was the far edge of the metro and went to a cafe in the small town called kings mountain and had breakfast in the corner with Tracy Stewart his mom Linda Stewart and his dad Max Stewart well how would you describe this community what's it like if somebody's never been here what would you say I would say it's probably about eighty percent conservative lot of lot of churches in this community a lot of religious affiliation it's it's a close knit community what concerns do you have about things in this community if any things that are going so maybe some of the crime from the Charlotte area filtering in yeah start to filter maybe some liberal views they had a lot of thoughts about crime I try to stay away from Charlotte the crime is in Charlotte and we we're all concealed carry holders you know course I'm carrying right now what kind of weapon do you carry a current law is a twenty seven forty caliber okay forty caliber forty caliber you've never had to use it I never had to use it I've never had to pull and I hope to god I never have to although when you talk about crime in Charlotte I got in last night I went walking around the downtown as a full well it's beautiful man and I didn't feel no I didn't build your gorgeous over there or not you know I used to work in Charlotte and I just I never felt really safe being over there okay.

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The Deep Divide Between Urban And Rural Voters

Morning Edition

03:00 min | 2 years ago

The Deep Divide Between Urban And Rural Voters

"This next story features some of the most powerful moments of the conversations that team had in those words Steve Inskeep and Sarah McCammon found a deep divide this division is not quite the same as the red and blue partisan divide it's different from the gaps between races our incomes our generations the truth is it's bigger than all those divisions and it embraces all of them it's the divide between the city and the surrounding countryside in metro Charlotte we met urban and rural voters on the same day now we've heard their differing views on this program in past days today we hear what some think of each other I visited a predominantly black church in Charlotte it was within sight of the big skyscrapers downtown and there I met with local activists and I told them that you Steve had been talking with mostly white suburban and rural voters many of whom support president trump what do you think of I guess our neighbours and away who voted so differently from I K. said in church that's willing Fleming he's sixty three African American a long time activist in Charlotte I think anybody to anybody it did both the trump has to have the same school of thought a trump passed and as racism that I just don't believe in it I don't Sadam Vangelis preacher can stand up and have to give trump player than he does what he's talking about there is the way many white evangelical leaders have supported the president even after he admitted to paying off a porn star even through his impeachment we had this long conversation about politics in the state of the country and Karan mac because the local NWC P. president told me she feels like many white people just don't see their own racism what I've learned is this that black people do not seem to have the same level of work in this country our lives don't have worked in this country and it's been that way since the beginning of time to sixteen nineteen let's put it that way she's referring there to the years slavery started in the United States other voters described rural trump supporters as low information voters who don't understand how they rely on government programs like social security or farm subsidies Collette all sin is president of the African American caucus for the county Democratic Party I am going to say that a lot of people are just aren't educated they don't understand the system and the process and at the end of the day once that's understood I don't think that would have been a lot of people that would have voted for him but a lot of people are voting on a motion and fear and whatever so these voters feel marginalized by some of their white suburban and rural neighbors in the Charlotte area and they also feel like some of those neighbors just aren't seeing the big picture Schering your voters were not wrong there to talk about people voting on fear because some people do fear cities at the same day that you were in central Charlotte I was the far edge of the metro and went to a cafe in the small town called kings mountain and had breakfast in the corner with Tracy Stewart his mom Linda Stewart

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Voice Technology in Healthcare Book Launch

Voice First Health

10:24 min | 2 years ago

Voice Technology in Healthcare Book Launch

"The book first of all is divided into four main sections. I should also mention if you want to get access to the book or get more about it. You can always go to voice. I health dot com slash book. And there I've got lots of about it. That's also where you'll be able to access Links to order the book if you decide to do so and so on so again we have designed the book to really be made up of four main sections and in doing so we wanted to think about the different main areas that would make sense really to have this type of format and section one is made up of four different chapters It is an introduction to voice technology so these chapters really form the fundamental the basis for some underlying key concepts that really are relevant to the rest of the book and so yes these introduce some of the key concepts of voice technology in healthcare. Now if we dive into that section. I can tell you a little bit about the chapters and the people that are contributing in these chapters. The first chapter. I'm I'm very honored to say was written by myself. And it really looks at an overview of voice. Why is voice such an important Concept now when it comes to healthcare technology why I feel this is going to completely transform healthcare. Why believe that voice is actually the next operating system the video s and get into different types of communication and then I lay the groundwork for different use cases which of course are explored in more detail throughout the rest of the book the second chapter is by Atlanta ear. You may have heard her speak if you've gone to the voice of Healthcare Summit over the past couple of years. She was a keynote speaker there a few years ago and she is truly one of the World foremost experts on design voice. User interface design. And how it applies to healthcare and we put this early in the book because we really wanted to keep this in mind for all the readers when they are looking at some ideas and how best to design voice applications because the user interface design is so critical and so Atlanta's chapter is here at the The outside of the book as well the next chapter which we feel also is critical to designing good a voice experience. Healthcare is one by Audrey are beanie. She is the CEO and founder of audio brain and her chapter is entitled the Science Behind. Sonic branding how audio can create better patient caregiver and healthcare provider outcomes. And I'm really pleased to actually have a clip from you're you're just describing a little bit about her chapter so here is Audrey are beanie. Hi I'm Maury are beanie. I'm the founder. Ceo and executive producer of audio brain. And I'm honored to be a chapter contributed to voice technology and healthcare. This is an amazing book for anybody. Who's interested in health and wellness from every aspect? I specialize in sonic branding at my firm audio brain and one of our passions is and we advocate for the use of music and sound to promote health and wellbeing in this chapter. I discussed my twenty five years of experience in working in the healthcare industry. We talk about how the brain processes music and Sadam why. It's the perfect tool for communicating and helping to heal and promote wellness with new technologies emerging. Sound is even more important than it ever was and really has a strong influence on patient outcomes. I discussed some of the projects that we've worked on and the history of the industry and where it's headed in the future. I hope you enjoy the chapter and hope you enjoy all the other amazing authors that are in this book please go out and purchase voice technology in healthcare and you can find it at voice. I health dot com photos slash book. Thank you so much. We look forward to seeing you at hymns and the release of the book on March tenth. Thank you very much to audrey for those comments fantastic The next chapter is a really critical one as well that we thought fit really well at the outset of the book. And that of course is when we talk about voice. We also need to talk about privacy insecurity and so in this case we have nature lore From orbiter who wrote a chapter called secure voice in it is It's a great one It's all I can say. Really really critical information there. The second part of the book is another seven chapters and this is looking at voice technology and the patient experience and so here we have quite a few authors that have had experience with creating these voice applications and how seeing how it impacts patients some of these chapters include chapter five automated virtual caregiving using voice for services proactive personalized holistic. Twenty four seven and affordable. This is by Stuart Patterson from lifeblood then we have a really interesting chapter by Dave Kemp on voice and wearables and that and how that's going to affect the the Patient then we have another fascinating chapter by Rupa Patel. This is on synthetic voices for healthcare applications. Rupel is doing some amazing work looking at how you can create voices for for brands but also in the medical field. How can you create a voice for somebody that may be losing their voice? It's really really powerful. The next two chapters are edited versions of podcasts interviews. That took place here on this podcast voice I health we wanted to incorporate some of these interviews into the book as well touring to bring a real personal aspect to the To the narratives that you are reading and so as I said we have two chapters here coming up next Chapter Eight is voice. I health interview a diabetes. Care plans with an wiler. She actually won an award for her diabetes Alexa Skill and then chapter nine is entitled Voice I health interview Alexis skills for pediatrics. And we have Devon Nadar Speaking about some of her experiences with creating some skills specifically for pedes then we have a very interesting chapter by Robin Christoffersen. And it's called the rapid rise of voice technology and it's awesome power to empower. This is all about accessibility and Wonderful wonderful addition. And I do have a short clip here from Robin. Speaking about his chapter. So here is a Robin Christoffersen. My name is Robyn Christopherson. I'm head of digital inclusion at UK technology and disability charity ability net. I wrote chapter about how the Echo and voice first technologies more. Broadly represent a fantastic opportunity for people with disabilities. I've been lucky enough to be working in this area of technology and disability for the last twenty five years and health is incredibly important so read the chapter and learn about how voice first technologies are being used in so many different ways to help people live more productive healthier happier. Mo fulfilling lies. That's wonderful. And I love those comments from Robin so you can get a little taste of what that chapter is all about The next chapter is chapter eleven. And it's entitled an overview of Voice Technology and healthcare and is really by a team of authors from a Macadamia Technologies And they have been real leaders in the voice for space as well. So it's a it's wonderful to have them part of the book. The third section is next and this third section is called voice technology and the provider experience. Now go from you're describing. What the patient will experience were is experiencing with voice technology. And now we tackle what be provider is experience is experiencing and the first chapter is chapter twelve in this section and it's Mayo Clinic. Patient centered innovation driven. And this is written by a team at Mayo Clinic including a Doctor San Pruthi. Who's one of the cover authors of the book so Again a very very well written and excellent chapter chapter thirteen we get to another a voice L. Interview Voice Technology for behavioral changes. And in this chapter I speak with Dr Mattson Boesky. Who was on the PODCAST? Awhile back and he talks about his experiences about how we can use voice technology to really influence positive behavioral changes and hopefully this results in positive health outcomes. Now the next chapter chapter fourteen is called the laws of voice. This is critical to us in the healthcare. Space looking at implementing. Voice Technologies because. This is such an early early industry when it comes to voice technology healthcare that there are a lot of questions right now and we have to lawyers heather dealer and Bianca Phillips who we are very fortunate to have as a contributor to the book who outlined some of the questions. Some of the concerns in this regard and Bianca has Been Gracious enough to provide us with a clip for her as well alenquer chapter so here is Bianca Phillips Phillips I'm a lawyer with research expertise in medical law and digital helpful and they coordinate at Elektra of legal process methods and institutions in the. Jd Program will try blow school. I'm one of the contributing authors alongside co off a headache SLA. Us Attorney specializing in digital at life. And then what happens? The title of our chapter is the laws of voice as we enter this new frontier of waste best health lawyers and lawmakers will seek your expertise on the role of voice technologies in society in order to cheat. They understand the legal environment and the laws of voice. Now chapter rate is presented with nine hypothetical scenarios. We've uses a voice. Technologies in pre and post operative cat pediatrics genetic testing into health impediment health tracking. We then discuss some of the lake will considerations and legal contracts relevant to h scenario the chapter then tends to you by asking a range of questions and presenting. The guide called the eight pillows. We get you thinking about what below should be. And you'll role in shaping the future of law and society. So that's wonderful as you can as you heard. It's an extremely important chapter in this Early Industry when it comes to voice

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"sadam" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"sadam" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Sounds of this date in Iran in nineteen seventy nine the US went to war with Iraq Iraq. On this date beginning the Gulf War back in nineteen ninety-one. Some may ask quack now. Why not wait? The answer is clear. The world could wait no longer sanctions though. Having some AFFEC- showed no signs of accomplishing their objective sanctions were tried for well. Over five months and we and our allies concluded that sanctions alone would not force Saddam from Kuwait while the world waited Sadam Hussein systematically raped pillaged and plundered a tiny nation. No no threat to his own. He subjected the people of Kuwait to unspeakable atrocities. While the world waited Sadam sought to add had to the chemical weapons arsenal now possesses an infinitely more dangerous weapon of mass destruction a nuclear weapon and while the world waited in all the world talk peace and withdrawal Saddam Hussein dug in and move massive forces into Kuwait while the world waited while Sadam stalled dolled. More damage was being done to the fragile economies of the Third World the emerging democracies of Eastern Europe to the entire world including according to our own economy while the world waited Sadam Hussein that every overture of peace with open contempt and while the world prayed for peace Saddam prepared for war tonight twenty eight nations countries from from five continents Europe Asia Africa and the Arab we have forces in the Gulf area standing shoulder to shoulder against Saddam Hussein. These countries had hoped the use of force could be avoided. Regrettably we now believe that only force. We'll make him leave president. George Herbert Walker Bush on the reasons behind the start of the war with Iraq the Gulf War on this date in one thousand nine hundred ninety one but some of the bill cosby Enis cosby shot and killed near Interstate. Four zero five in Los Angeles. In a foiled robbery attempt set the coffin down over the whole and I said I said we now want to give praise to to praise God for us to know him not not forgiving to us but just letting US know bill cosby son. Only son and US was twenty-eight President Clinton awarded former President Theodore Roosevelt a posthumous medal of honor on this date in two two thousand one or his service in the Spanish American war the UN Security Council unanimously established an arms embargo on this date in two thousand and two along with freezing being the assets Osama bin Laden al Qaeda and there are remaining members of the Taliban space shuttle Columbia took off four spinal mission. Nobody knew it would be in two two thousand and three Columbia disintegrated sixteen days later on Reentry Ellen. John -serily sworn in as Liberia's new president in two thousand six we express.

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"sadam" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"sadam" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"All the cards even the choice of a location in the White House was a message for the models and the terrorists in Iran and do not doubt me on this it's just like George W. bush George HW bush would never pronounce Saddam Hussein's name correctly he always called it Sadam because in certain parts of a rock the words Sadam is the equivalent of a dirty show with animal feces on so he pronounce Saddam's names Sadam as a and nobody does wash not really know how described an optional he knew just like trump no a lot of Randy and a lot of gold sends a signal to the mall is he who has the gold holds all the cards the president came out in that setting and before even reading the room told everybody that you're Ron will never get a nuclear weapon on his watch as long as I'm president of the United States Iran will never be allowed to have a nuclear weapon good morning pleased to inform you the American people should be extremely grateful and happy no Americans were harmed in last night's attack by the Iranian regime we suffered no casualties all of our soldiers are safe and orderly minimal damage was sustained at our military bases our great American forces are prepared for anything Iran appears to be standing down which is a good thing for all parties concerned and a very good thing for the world if they are standing down and they are and that's what the launch of the missiles and the sand pits last night ma'am so we get away we kill the number two power mongering that country and they're standing down there standing now what's the lesson what the life lesson what's the message there's no reason to be afraid folks if you want to be afraid go ahead I'm I gotta talk out of it some people like living afraid there's no reason as reason to be proud the reasons.

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"sadam" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"sadam" Discussed on 600 WREC

"In certain parts of a rock the words Saddam is the equivalent of a dirty show what animal feces on so he pronounces arms names Sadam as a and nobody ever does wash not really know how this guy pronounced no he knew just like trump no a lot of Randy and a lot of gold sends a signal to Mahler's he who has the gold holds all the cards the president came out in that setting and before even grieving the room told everybody that you're Ron will never get a nuclear weapon on his watch as long as I'm president of the United States Iran will never be allowed to have a nuclear weapon good morning I'm pleased to inform you the American people should be extremely grateful and happy no Americans were harmed in last night's attack by the Iranian regime we suffered no casualties all of our soldiers are safe and orderly minimal damage was sustained at our military bases our great American forces are prepared for anything Iran appears to be standing down which is a good thing for all parties concerned and a very good thing for the world if they are standing down and they are and that's what the launch of the missiles and the sand pits last night ma'am so we get away we kill the number two power monger in that country and they're standing down they're standing now what's the lesson what the life lesson what's the message there's no reason to be afraid folks if you want to be afraid go ahead I'm a go to talk out of it some people like living afraid there's no reason as reason to be proud the reasons to be confident I.

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