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Official: No 'direct evidence' of plot to kill at Capitol

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 3 months ago

Official: No 'direct evidence' of plot to kill at Capitol

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting federal prosecutors back off an assertion of direct evidence of a plot to kill in the U. S. capitol incursion although federal prosecutors in Arizona wrote in a court mammal of strong evidence the pro trump mob that invaded the U. S. capitol last week aims to capture and assassinate elected officials the head of the investigation is not going that far Michael sure with the acting U. S. attorney for the district of Columbia said Friday there is no direct evidence at this point of kill capture teams Sherman said the complexity of the investigation and number of people involved appears to have led to confusion the accusation of evidence to capture the Sasson eight elected officials came from prosecutors in Phoenix late Thursday in a motion against Jacob chan's Lee gently took part in the ride while donning face paint shirtless and wearing a furry hat with horns Mike Rossio Washington

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"sasson" Discussed on Judaism Unbound

Judaism Unbound

01:44 min | 9 months ago

"sasson" Discussed on Judaism Unbound

"And so so just but you know that said I do think that we are in a moment where the last thirty forty years have really just hill. Everything in terms of what is decent and right in whatever we whatever we have remotely tried to build. Right. So it's SORTA like. We have centuries of slavery to reckon with and the genocide of the indigenous communities here in this country we have. An economic system? That has entirely. Like I said pillaged. The wealth of this country mostly the village, the wealth of black and Brown people in we an Jews are not going to be safe by justice trying to cling to power that like our safety comes through solidarity. If you're afraid right now like fear is such a, it is a distorting emotion, and so I think Jews are understandably free. It's a lot of communities are afraid right now we choose sollidarity over fear every single time that is our sort of approach to this work in that we know it's GonNa take a long time but at the very least we know that when that flag goes up when you're like, I'm a little nervous again, think about what it could look like to actually release that fear and to us that's sort of the way that we wanna think about building a caring economy and world where everyone has the freedom to thrive. Thank you so much audrey for joining us as been a fantastic. ANC You pleasure. and. Thanks so much to all of you out there listening. We hope you've enjoyed this episode and we hope you'll tune in again in the future we want to close out this episode in the same way that we always do by encouraging to be in touch with us, and there are a wide variety of ways free to do that I. You can head to our facebook pages either one of them their Judaism unbound.

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"sasson" Discussed on Judaism Unbound

Judaism Unbound

07:12 min | 9 months ago

"sasson" Discussed on Judaism Unbound

"The pain and if JEB rich can play dumb hard glee in in creating that space for people to listen. Then, maybe we can actually imagine something that comes after this. Opportunity and you know is to recognize the ways in which our economic system, a lack of healthcare the lack of any kind of safety net at a time when the entire world is is in this crisis coincides with this entirely not new. Exposure of the systematized police brutality in this country, it's an opportunity to say what are the connections here and what is what does it look like to build community and a society in which everyone has the freedom and opportunity to fry this virus has has exposed how we are entirely interdependence. Whether, we like it or not, and so. So we have to come up with some with a better system whether you say I'm an anti capitalist or socialist doesn't matter. We just know that this is broken. As we get towards the close of our time I. WanNa. Come back to the question of anti-semitism because I find it to be one that gets raised and thrown at me in a sense with you know certain certain people I know of of, let's say older generations not exclusively. But but of that when when we're looking at things like black lives matter and when those of us who say you know as you I feel a strong. Strong demands to be part of this you know whether that's because of Jewish values and Jewish things in our texts that I find. I do find strong and you know I just have a tendency to throw out the stuff that I don't want you know that I'm willing to move forward with the coalition of the willing you know with the good stuff but there's that. But also you know things from our history or or whatever reason that you want to say as do I feel called to to be on the barricades here and then you hear but but why why aren't we on the barricades in the same way when people do anti Semitic things but then something happens where You know they're the real thing that I think difficult for a lot of people is what do we do when some of the folks in leadership or in positions of honor? Let's say in the in the black community in this case either say things that themselves may be antisemitic or in the case of someone like fair Kenya failed to distance themselves sufficiently from someone who clearly is antisemitic, and then it kind of has this tendency to shut down the whole ability of a lot of Jews to really embrace something that I think they truly actually believe in. And I'm wondering if you know maybe from being out in the field there you you have some advice for me and for others about how do we talk to our fellow Jews where we kind of don't dismiss it I think sometimes I have tendency to be overly dismissive and just say it's not the same you know come on let's all. But but at the same time that the goal that the result needs to be that Jews are fighting this fight. Yes, the many hours I've spent on this question since. Since being in this little. It's painful complicated on some level and it's also not on some level. So I mean it is it is layered. I would say one of the ways I might respond is just sorta think about it's not never to dismiss anti-semitism it's it's never it's never okay and it's trying to understand the context in the context we are in right where like white nationalism is on the rise I am certainly concerned at very much. So for my life and wellbeing that those who are seeking power want to divide us and they want to build a country just for. Themselves and that does not include us. It doesn't include black people or Jews of color to me with that shows that it is a tool it is it is very much a wall. So we know it's a tool we know it is used to confuse and distract people from what are the real like actual numbers power the when it happens in our movements, it is one hundred percent you know it can be painful and confusing I completely understand and validate that and I. Think there's a lot of difference also between Ilhan Omar and someone like us a Farakhan. Omar is an elected representative to Congress and she is a woman of color and she is a powerful Muslim leader. When she says something that is problematic and then you know you're like, okay, what is her project? What is she trying to doing think she's trying to actually harm the Jewish people I'm like I don't think she is I want to just take a minute understand what it was that she said and what context and she said it now when someone who is not part of a progressive movement and I would say you know it's really really complicated I don't want to seek. Ways it's hard for people who aren't I think fair Connie's semi us into Semite and he's also not a progressive. I'm not in it with Farrakhan and I'm also like clear that people that I am in relationship with have a complicated history with the nation of Islam I need to explore that understand that it doesn't mean you you give pass. It just means that you try to get in it ray trying to be like, what is this about like? Why would you think if like I I always ask question and part of a community that is two percent of the population of the United. States that is like a horse scapegoated often, of course, we are under like with some there is a threat to us there is a threat there's always affected us but like, but what are their options to? Align. Ourselves with the powerful and assume that they'll protect us. We know that history. So it's like I know what side of history I to be on that means I'm GONNA I'm GonNa Struggle with the people who are trying to find their way in a world that has been muddied by all of these intersecting. Oppressions Racism Antisemitism End Xenophobia and. They're all intersecting. You know, just find your people talk to them, wrestle with it but know that it is enter Semitism as a tool. It is a tool we're position is the one with power and and so people who are legit struggling who have real frustrations it you're blocking America like I. I'm sorry I can't remotely relate. I have no idea what it is that you're struggling with and what you're holding your back Intel there's freedom liberation for black people. There's probably GONNA be some toxic spaces worth something's come up. We just gotTa be ready to wrestle at. What is most important for people listening to this episode to walk? Away with as they go to whatever is coming next after the you know turn off their phone which is playing this episode. Think something I go back to often is that there's actually no going back to the way things were before. The center isn't holding and that's true both in the Jewish community in the water. In this country as a whole, there is a reckoning that is long overdue. I don't believe history naturally progresses towards good I, love the idea but we know that it's cyclical. Also, we know that you know it just it's two steps forward. One step back in I. Don't know steps of long laterally..

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"sasson" Discussed on Judaism Unbound

Judaism Unbound

05:53 min | 9 months ago

"sasson" Discussed on Judaism Unbound

"So for us, it was important that that each compass to find for itself, what it wanted to explore white wanted to exist and why Jay Fridge. And, the question of why Jake Fridge changed over time it was sort of like for some people look was such a dearth of spaces for these communities to come together I would say that For some people looking for the Jews of Color, Caucus Ajay Fridge, they just wanted that space that affinity safe and it provided a lot of incubation of ideas and relationships and really important things came out of it but. Then the question that we had to also ask ourselves as are we building like what is the relationship between affinity spaces and the multiracial spaces that were trying to build more broadly and how do we integrate that in a way that has integrity and is taking its cues it's lead from those numbers at the same time that we're clear that like we're here to the organizing, that's a conversation that's ongoing. To get even into some of the the real specifics of the how and the strategy I feel like there's an unspoken big question tacticly about how Judaism or Jewish tradition plays into activism that we we don't always address head on but I think there's actually historically an now really different orientated into the question of. Should we be starting ourselves or our activism from a place of? Jewish tradition compels me to do X.. There's Passover coming up I. Mean it's not coming up now but like as an example passovers coming up Passover. Story all about liberation from slavery that's an easy entry into conversations of more recent institutions of slavery even contemporary institutions of slavery we could talk about mass incarceration, all of that, and then there's also. Movements including in my view deeply Jewish activist movements who have decidedly not done that who've decidedly not done the thing of. Passover they've just said, okay I'm Jewish that may influence my family story that may influence who I am like I show up in the streets I'm not going to have the Hebrew sign I'm not gonna I'm GonNA show up because this is the thing to do as a human and I feel like we don't always talk about that tension and from my perspective. As an outsider today, fridge my sense and if I'm wrong about this, tell me I'm wrong this my sense is that Jay Fridge is part of a group of many organizations where the extent to which the first one, the the Jewish tradition, the holidays, all of that the extent to which that is front and center in organizing has increased recently and I think of. Things if not now, never again, action who have really explicitly centered Jewish holidays, Jewish traditions I feel like are part of that whole wave but I'm interested in opening that up because like especially in New York. There's plenty of secularists out there and I think there's people who don't always feel fully represented by that and I think that it's attention worth unraveling and discussing how how do you go about the conversations of? Okay passovers coming up, we can do our Haggadah. You've there's beautiful resources that you've created for the fridge has created for lots of Jewish traditions, holidays, etcetera but how does that all work in our their attentions there? Yeah. This is another example of something that has changed a lot over time. I. Think that the question actually is framed in such a way that may be secularists steal a little bit like wait what about me is just interesting because five years ago or even ten it would have been the other way round right Oh. So what is it that When I moved here and I I from Canada and I met like evil in my generation who were observant and but. In the modern world observant in a way that I just had an encounter like observing my parents grandparents might have been and I thought an an and that had been sort of shed over time. I. Just I met all these young people who were really embracing their Jewish observance in in an entirely different way than I ever seen and David had to reckon with that too we were like, are we in welcoming space like were so we're so rooted in our unit sky and in our secularism and. We need to really examine that, and so we we expanded our sort of you know our way of thinking and talking about our work to be to have shaped by the very many different access points that our community has to our tradition. We created more and more face one for Raffi, Jews to participate differently for so so that every every event does not only have A. Nguenha. That's initially goon. But had some kind of Middle Eastern music also accompanying it that has shifted the way people think about Jewish. Culture and in terms of ritual it's also you know open for anything from you know if you're secular, you can do with its way and if you're observant, we have developed this resources well, and we can't do all of it but I think that. It's a strength of our community that that they're you know they ask for them calls on that fridge grounded in the very many ways in which people can express their GSM and so I think that that's that's what's what's important and doing the work of creating that space is not easy but I think the goal is that secular to observant. The Black and Brown and I would also say this question of out there I spent seven years working in Jewish social justice world before I started working at j Fridge at at an American Jewish. World. Service in a lot of involved with a lot of those educational materials..

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"sasson" Discussed on Judaism Unbound

Judaism Unbound

05:50 min | 9 months ago

"sasson" Discussed on Judaism Unbound

"Those campaigns also could be seen as and their long-standing. We believe in this work sort of longstanding long standing long-term work that you have to be in it and really build trust over time and really build your vision and built power, and that none of that happens overnight. So for many years we've been working. On a campaign, hold the carrying majority. Some people think of that as a squarely economic justice campaign. It's a campaign to bring a just economy in a to our elders in the most vulnerable among us and to ensure that they had access to universal long-term care as they age and that they can agents dignity and that the jobs that are care jobs. Are. Dignified jobs and so that has always been sort of some people think that that is our economic justice campaign but the jobs are loosely held by women of Color and immigrant women, and so it's critical that we don't sort of separate that out saying with as I said like the policing campaign is both on economic justice site and racial. Justice. So I'm going to throw out a term that has helped me a lot in as an activist in an honestly also as a Jew in various ways, which is the term movement ecology, the term movement ecology for those who haven't heard before listeners out there. Hey, I was one of you not too long ago I had never heard this term. Basically. It's you know this idea that there's lots of different kinds of organizations working towards shared goals, and they sort of filled different kinds of niches almost like an ecological sense like the like the the way that ecology works with animals and living things so. situate US move into cardio is like J. Fridge comes up in a lot of conversations when I'm talking to folks from this general activist movements that like might not be Jewish at all. It comes up when I'm talking to people involved with Jewish organizations that might not always be so directly focused on justice like anti justice. But just like they do other things it comes up in all sorts of realms and I think. People have heard of Jay Fridge many times but might not know exactly okay. Where does it place itself with respect to sort of broader activist movements? Where does the place of selfish respect to Jewish movements where all of that and given the name this specifically given the were in a unit of amazing conversations with a whole slew of different kinds of organizations I'm I'm sitting here nervous that people will listen to all of them. All I heard some conversations but I can't remember which is which. And I want wanted name that some of the organizations really are specifically for us by US Jews of color organizations where if you're not a Jew of color, you can, of course support but you're not somebody who's part of that organization Jews racially namic justice has many white Jews who are part of it in different ways, but it's also has many Jews of color. So I'd I'd love for you to help us understand like who are we talking about when we talk about Jay Fridge and in what ways is it relating to these other realms of justice orbs Jewish Forbes Etcetera. First of all the ecosystem changes all the time and something that you learn as a as a you know an internationalist socialists that conditions matter. So I would say that Jay Fridge over time has played a different role in that movement ecology and that right now it's really fascinating moment for Jay in that in that. certainly at the beginning when when we were first established, which we were established largely majority by Ashkenazi Jews who were really rooted in our are you dash kite are are tight orientation. Doi paint means here Nancy in Yiddish and it is a term that was really embraced by maybe coined by the Jewish Lebron's in eastern. Europe and that it was about identifying or do that liberation from seeking kinship with our neighbors wherever we live and fighting for justice wherever we are and importantly that there is no justice just for Jews just as there's no justice that raises us and so we need to be able to show up in. Our full cells and be fully Jewish at the same time that we recognize our shared stake in solidarity with all communities I get chills every time I think about that to me that is the reason I have been. So drawn to Jay over the years and that has been the anchor the linchpin for so many people who come today fridge and they find that and I'm like Oh my Gosh I've been taught so many other things about what it. MEANS TO BE Jewish and my role in the Jewish community it, it's never been described exactly like Beth and yet it really resonates for me so we've been able to tap into that and that feeling I think amongst Jews in New York. So we were very focused on New York we think of ourselves as locally organized locally with a lot of reach you know across the country and relationships across the country and internationally but that it's really important. To your struggle in your local conditions. So that's so for that reason, it's a fussy sometimes people say why don't you come and bring a J bridge to the bay area? We'd love Jeffords to come here and we were always like what are your local conditions you have to organize yourselves were happened to be partners and being relationship with you. You know we've been approached Justin's I've taken I've been in this role since twenty seven tonight started when trump. became. President. And what to do to deserve the I know for real honestly. I don't know when I was when I was interviewing for the role that was not the case I got the job offer on election day I started the week of the inauguration it was trick. but in these last three and a half years, we've really seen a shift in the way our community wrestles with engages with eastern additions and what isn't need to be Jewish in America.

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"sasson" Discussed on Judaism Unbound

Judaism Unbound

07:55 min | 9 months ago

"sasson" Discussed on Judaism Unbound

"And ideas from across the Jewish world. Learn more at www dot palo, alto JCC, dot org. This. Is Judaism unbound episode two, hundred, thirty, four Jews for racial and economic justice. Welcome back. Everyone I'm Dan, Lee Benson, and I'm. As we continue this series on race and Jews and Judaism in America. We are pleased to be able to speak with the executive director of one of the organizations what of a number of organizations in cities across America that are working from a Jewish point of view for justice for the entire society. Our guest today is Audrey Song. She is the executive director of Jews for racial and Economic Justice, which is an organization that in their words is. A home for Jewish New Yorkers to organize with our neighbors and allies for New York where everyone has the freedom and opportunity to thrive Jews for racial and economic justice. Jay Fridge is one of a number of groups in cities across the United States that are devoted to as they put it transforming the City we love from a playground for the wealthy few into a democracy for all of us and to fight and undo oppressive systems in actors. That target harm and displace our communities Audrey says songs. The first is leader to serve as the organization's executive director for those who don't know me roughly Jews or roughly speaking Jews who trace their ancestry over the last thousand or so years to what we think of as the Middle East and North Africa, and she is an active member of J.. Fridges. Mizraki. Caucus Audrey Society has close to twenty years of broad movement experience as a social worker. Organizer Coalition Builder and Campaign Director on issues ranging from immigrant workers struggles in tenant rights to sustainable economies and racial, justice, Audrey sesame previously served for seven years on the staff at Jewish. World Service, and worked with organized labor most recently as director of Walmart Free NYC before becoming executive director of J Fridge, she served on the board of directors for six years including as board chair Audrey says saw welcome to Judaism unbound. It's so great to have you. Thanks for having me. Well it feels like a lot of what we're talking about in this series and a lot of what's going on in America today kind of puts Jay French. An economic justice in the center of of what we ought to be talking about. So we're really excited about this episode and and really interested in understanding what J. Frejus is doing now, and also how it was established what's its history? So could you take us all the way back to the beginning and and give us a little bit of a brief tour about why was it established and when and what's it up to you now? State Bridge was established thirty years ago so Precisely nineteen ninety so we're in our thirtieth year. And we were established by a group of organizers and activists who were living in organizing in New York. Jewish. Jewish organizers who had a vision around. It would look like for Jews to be more actively involved injustice struggles in the city of New York for more just New York specifically who could show up as Jews. But in coalition with wider movements for justice, the original coalition of juicy together for Fridge, were really rooted and Dwight Kite, which is a yiddish term I can get into a minute but you know they had a vision of doing justice work where you live and so. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety that meant they were you know engaging in fights around housing and labour in anything that has to do with what makes New York both a wonderful city and a difficult city to live at. And at the same time that they were starting to organize. Nelson Mandela was released from prison and he was going on a tour of the the entire world to celebrate his release. The victory of the anti-apartheid Movement of course to those of our founders and he was a hero and someone that we was well deserving of a great honor but it was also the case that established. Jewish. Community was actually not remotely interested Honoring Mandela upon his arrival in you're that prompted the group that was forming that with nieces that was there. That already had a vision is really have its first public event which was to honor Mandela, and to bring together folks including Harry Belafonte and others. Marshall Meyer many many luminaries and others who were involved in justice work to come together and say as Jews me we do stand with you. Nelson Mandela the reason he was snubbed so to speak from the establishment. was because of his relationship to Palestine and for me, I came into this work as board member in two thousand eleven and then was really active in the years that black lives matter emerged on the scene and what we saw then in two thousand, fourteen, twenty, fifteen was similar reaction from the Jewish community that we had seen. You know twenty five years earlier. which was people doing justice where for for the Freedom and liberation of people and for the fight against anti blackness were not welcome in our community because of the solidarity that was express with Palestinians. So in some ways, deeper is an incredibly local organization focused on local fights, but with a with a real international decision that all of our struggles are connected. So. If you could describe in a sense, the the mission, the philosophy, the the point of view that Jay French takes today and particularly this question of the racial and economic justice I mean are those and I don't mean this is a leading question because I actually am curious about how the two are woven together not only in reality but also in how the organization thinks of them, you know how how, how do you think about the connections between Racial Justice Economic Justice and Jews you know how do those those three we've together. We think of our fight as fight against racial capitalism I mean if you WANNA. Look to the source of the problem, we have racial capitalism, which at its root exploits labor and that Labor in particular is black and Brown labor and that those things are connected. In order for the wealthy few to hold onto the power that they will not. That is what they need in order to thrive and continued to live their best life while everyone else struggles at the bottom of the ladder, and so that's very clear to us the what we're confronting and so it's always important for us to connect those dots. One very clear example of this is the fight for the budget in New York City. Right we had a budget fight, which in is an economic justice fight that prior to prior to the protests that erupted in May June across the country here New York, we were already already engaged in a fight to with with our coolish partners with communities united for police reform to say, Hey, we're in. A global pandemic, we're also facing a looming recession, the people who are most going to be impacted and struggle. The most are disproportionately impacted by. Kobe. To begin with as with in terms of health disparities, and also in terms of the economic impact are disproportionately black and Brown folks and we are saying that we're going to slash all of the social services while maintaining the NYPD six billion dollar budget. There is something inherently unjust obviously about that entire setup and those things are connected. We need to move and divest money from the NYPD and into the services that are going to help our communities thrive. That was an economic justice fight and it was a racial justice fight together and we can't separate those. I think also we've you know we've done. At David, we have two core campaigns and those campaigns also could be seen as and their long-standing. We believe in this work sort of longstanding long standing long-term work that you have to be in it and really build trust over time and really build your vision and built power, and that none of that happens overnight. So for many years we've been working. On a campaign, hold the carrying majority. Some people think of that as.

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Assassin's Creed 2 is now free on PC for a limited time

Checkpoint Radio

03:10 min | 1 year ago

Assassin's Creed 2 is now free on PC for a limited time

"Week rally this week we're looking at assassin's creed two which has you taking on the role of SCO auditory an assassin in the renaissance back in Italy and he's basically going around it trying to right the wrongs of some are corrupt individuals that would be sought for Sasson street is a franchise that took the industry by storm in two thousand seven and went on to sell more than eight million units globally the general direction I gave to the team for a C. two was quite simple diverse city if flares more options in all aspects of the game sucess is creed two is this epic story of family vengeance and conspiracy set in the pristine yet brutal backdrop of a renaissance Italy it's the over friendly now da Vinci takes on Florida's most powerful families in ventures to the canals of Venice where he learned to become a master assassin now this is like the the DNA of assassin's creed games because there's like all kinds of assassin's creed's budget and they take place in all kinds of different tying time periods and places like number two what was the best one tire series this is the one that is why he asked one yeah we wouldn't been told that when I bought honestly I mean not as not as he's actually still good because a lot of them more recently a lot of the later ones weren't very good they were turning out like every six months yeah they weren't they were garbage but origins Odyssey still very good but this one's for free you will use it to get to be John wick in the renaissance like what what more reason you need to check that came out alright you describe a little bit like what the game plays like because it's a lot of sneaking around literally and assassinated it's it's an action adventure game right so you know you're you're basically a free exploring the open city of Italy and yet you have to assassinate people you get all kinds of different ways to do that the main which is like your hidden blade I'm sure you know you've probably seen it before but it's like this this gauntlet that you have that spike still this little dagger but eventually you get like poisons that you can use you know crossbows in like a little sort of gun collecting you can put in there as well to give you all sorts of different tools be able to do that we get to run across like buildings and do parkour stuff if you like a tomb raider game or maybe like to get into uncharted kind of like those would be this would be another game up your alley that could maybe be a this is one of a lot of historical references that the other assassin's creed yeah that's you know that's what I've always loved about these games is is the way they're able to take historical moments and and and it's it's it's it's like a historical fiction right because they have their own spin on them characters in the game right in some historical things that happen exactly in fact you know when the what was that that that burned down the cathedral no it's not one that burned down they actually were able to take some of the information that will be sought the developers that made it had compiled to make it with in their game and use that for the reconstruction yeah use the video games Jeff to help recreate what was damaged in the fire yeah because they took pictures for three D. stuff inside because they wanted to model it as accurate as possible they had all the data so it saved in there like you can go yeah and I mean it is that this isn't even a big time investment either twenty twenty five or twenty to twenty five hours talks to you really get to the story and it's only free though on Ubisoft are you play on PC so going download movies off you play you

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"sasson" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"sasson" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

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"sasson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"sasson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Twelve energy melts you know what my one concern with the show is it literally it sounds too good to be true right right like when I tell folks about every strong right I'm afraid they're going to think I'm making this up it's not possible right you know I know how you feel because six seven eight years ago when I started to read about creatine I almost couldn't believe it I said to myself if it's really this good with an excellent safety E. profile how some everybody's not using it but I started to use it and I noticed some incredible benefits it's just phenomenal and it's as simple as this you're gonna get on the ever strong you're gonna try it you're going to get stronger you're going to get more powerful you can look in the mirror and see the difference there's hundreds and hundreds of Uman studies backing this up these are studies with a hamster in a lab somewhere we're talking human studies I called stop muscle fertilizer exactly and of course we didn't just have to create your creatine we've discussed that we had the fruit XP remember that joint health we did the coffee berry extract a nominal it's the Occident that's more potent than blueberries and strawberries for powerful antioxidant protection I aided the vitamin D. because it's so important across the board three for bone health but also for seniors vitamin D. so important for muscles especially as we get older for strength and coordination so this is a very comprehensive formula again this would easily cost you eighty ninety a hundred Bucks to replicate on your own but today it's free and not only that let's not forget about the B. twelve energy multi because we're talking about energy here today and when you think energy your thing B. twelve B. twelve is critical to making red blood cells to carry oxygen to the tissues the biotin in there is grief for the hair skin and nails so just make sure you're one of the first thousand callers it's the only catch on this whole show don't be caller number fifteen hundred you're not going to get it be one of the first thousand calls did your free bottle of ever stronger get your free B. twelve energy melts interest six ninety five that suit you just paying for the shipping and if you don't notice the benefits that we've discussed today purity is happy to give you back your six ninety five but that's not gonna happen it never happens people love this formula you to tell your friends relatives loved ones you're gonna fall in love with the ever strong and the B. twelve energy melds Sasson information is always thank you for time thanks so much for having me back.

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"sasson" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"sasson" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Twelve energy melts you know what my one concern with the show is it literally it sounds too good to be true right right when I tell folks about ever strong right I'm afraid they're going to think I'm making this up you know I know how you feel because six seven eight years ago when I started to read about creatine I almost couldn't believe it I said to myself if it's really this good with an excellent safety profile how come everybody is not using it but I started to use it and I noticed some incredible benefits it's as simple as this you're going to get on the ever strong you're gonna try it you're going to get stronger you're going to get more powerful you can look in the mirror and see the difference there's hundreds and hundreds of Uman studies backing us up and of course we didn't just have to create your creatine we had the fruit XP remember that joint health we did the coffee berry extract a quid nominal antioxidant that's more potent than blueberries and strawberries for powerful antioxidant protection I aided the vitamin D. because it's so important across the board great for bone health but also for seniors vitamin D. so important for muscles especially as we get older for strength and coordination so this is a very comprehensive formula again this would easily cost you eighty ninety a hundred Bucks to replicate on your own but today it's free and not only that let's not forget about the B. twelve energy male characters were talking about energy here today and when you think energy your thing B. twelve B. twelve is critical for making red blood cells to carry oxygen to the tissues the biotin in there is grief for the hair skin and nails so just make sure you're one of the first thousand callers get your free bottle of ever stronger get your free B. twelve energy mail secure six ninety five that seat you just paying for the shipping and if you don't notice the benefits that we've discussed today happy to give you back your six ninety five but that's not gonna happen it never happens people love this formula to to tell your friends relatives loved ones you're gonna fall in love with the ever strong and the B. twelve energy announced Sasson information as always thank you.

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"sasson" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"sasson" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Academic perspective Sasson aided by the phone number press at the presidential campaign the thing that scares me about Bloomberg is that he has such incredible wealth then he has the ability to do things that have never been done before to the point that we don't know what is available do I think a lot of Democrats would sell out to be put on the payroll yes do I think that big tech could be bought yes I think there his willingness to spend that kind of money the level of money that is never been spent before makes him a very dangerous Canada and I thought there was a period about ten days ago that we might be seeing Bloomberg start to arm gain momentum there were mayors that started coming out and endorsing he spent a lot of money to flip Virginia Democrat he's got a lot of favors after in calling those favors them and seeing how some of those officials what either return the favor over there she they're all very ambitious you have to remember every mayor wants to be a governor every governor wants to be president every congressman wants to be a senator every senator wants to be president so no matter what is Kohli their kid has a terminal disease their wife needs their help their ambition is their number one driving force it's what they care more about than anything else speaking of which Ilhan Omar's been hiding out lately she must be laid up with that white guy she's having the affair with allegedly very interesting so the Bloomberg campaigns I think the Bloomberg campaign required Biden to crash in order to be the alternative to burning and he had a moment about ten days ago and that window closed the problem for Bloomberg is he didn't get in the race early enough to be on the ballot in Iowa New Hampshire Nevada South Carolina had he been on the ballot even though it was very few delegates apply had he been campaigning in those early states debating in those early states I think that Elizabeth Warren's wintering beat down of him he may be could have absorbed and begun to get his momentum back but if he got in the race so late and he was this sort of you know the man behind the curtain spending all this money and then when he came out on stage and look he's a diminutive got trump's having some fun with it because it's real you can't deny did it hurt Chris Christie did he's what eight hundred pounds not Arafat he is he looks like he's got a whole box of Ding dongs in the lectern and during the break he stuff from down his mouth and if the lights are caused him to sweat now whether you like it or not some people are bothered by the Bloomberg man a little tiny fellow I think some people are bothered by that we had a bad experience with with little tiny dictators and Bloomberg had a moment but that moment passed and now you've got Bernie and Biden and I don't think either one of them can get to the fifty percent so you got super Tuesday tomorrow thirteen hundred fifty seven delegates Berne's biggest asset tomorrow is his big leading California that's why he spent today in California four hundred fifteen delegates now to put that into perspective that's Texas North Carolina and Virginia combined that's twice Florida that's massive I mean absolutely last that is Illinois and New York combined I could go on so Bernie was surging now how did his poor performance in South Carolina how will that affect him and how will that affect Biden will say if Biden has a a strong showing tomorrow in California I don't think he wins California if he outperforms expectations and he outperforms expectations in our some of the states where he's not expected to do well like you talk that could be the beginning of his sort of Clinton come back so Biden is not expected to do well in Vermont I don't think he wins Bernie's on state Maine Utah Colorado California but Biden's expected to do well not necessarily win in Texas North Carolina Virginia Tennessee Alabama Oklahoma Arkansas again southern states Biden was a southern Democrat he acted spoke voted like a southern Democrat for most of his career he has a lot of friendships and favors J. Kelley were black leaders in southern states the Democrat vote in southern states is significant and it is very hierarchical we saw that in South Carolina about in the in the exit polls about fifty percent of south Carolinian primary voters who were black who are black said that Cliburn's endorsement was the reason they went with Biden remember Cliburn's endorsement didn't come until the morning of February twenty sixth we had the debate on Tuesday Clyburn's endorsement came Wednesday morning Thursday Friday and then all the voting was on Saturday there was no early voting in South Carolina little quirk to throw in there I don't know who this favors but in nine of the fourteen states holding primaries tomorrow there are expected to be weather conditions like heavy rains in the past it's always been assumed that black voters are less likely to go to the polls when it's raining the white voters less engaged voters that is voters that are not passionate that is non Bernie voters are less likely to go to the polls if they have to work to get there that's the kind of thing that could give Bernie a bigger spread because his people are passion they're going to the polls the way Obama speech repression they're going the way trump's people our passion for under you've got there's been hiding out lately she must be laid up with that white guy she's having the affair with alleged links are Michael berry show why do you need local.

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"sasson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"sasson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Twelve energy mills you know what my one concern with fish show if it literally it sounds too good to be true right right when I tell folks about ever strong right I'm afraid they're going to think I'm making this up you know I know how you feel because six seven eight years ago when I started to read about creatine I almost couldn't believe it I said to myself if it's really this good it with an excellent safety profile how come everybody is not using it but I started to use it and I noticed some incredible benefits it's as simple as this you're gonna get only a restaurant you're gonna try it you're going to get stronger you're gonna get more powerful you can look in the mirror and see the difference there's hundreds and hundreds of Uman studies backing us up and of course we didn't just there to create your creatine we have the fruit XP remember that joint health we did the coffee berry extract a phenomenal antioxidant that more potent than blueberries and strawberries for powerful antioxidant protection I aided the vitamin D. because it's so important across the board three for bone health but also for seniors vitamin D. so important for muscles especially as we get older for strength and coordination so this is a very comprehensive formula again this would easily cost you eighty ninety a hundred Bucks to replicate on your own but today it's free and not only that let's not forget about the B. twelve energy mail because we're talking about energy here today and when you think energy your thing B. twelve B. twelve is critical for making red blood cells to carry oxygen to the tissues the biotin in there is great for the hair skin and nail so just make sure you're one of the first thousand callers get your free bottle of ever strong get your free B. twelve energy melts interest six ninety five that seat you just paying for the shipping and if you don't notice the benefits that we discussed today happy to give you back your six ninety five but that's not gonna happen it never happens people love this formula you gonna tell your friends relatives love once you're gonna fall in love with the ever strong and to be twelve energy you know Sasson information as always thank you.

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More families have been separated at U.S.-Mexico border than  previously thought

Morning Edition

01:15 min | 1 year ago

More families have been separated at U.S.-Mexico border than previously thought

"In other news US immigration authorities separated more than fifteen hundred children from their parents at the Mexico border early on in the trump administration that's the latest tally from the American civil liberties union as KCRW's Darryl Sasson reports the civil rights group now says a total of more than fifty four hundred immigrant children have been separated from their families in just over two years the ACLU says that one thousand five hundred and fifty six children were separated from July twenty seventeen to June twenty eighteen when a federal judge in San Diego ordered the children in government custody be reunited with their parents children from that period can be difficult to find because the government had inadequate tracking systems volunteers working with the ACLU are searching for some of them and their parents by going door to door in Guatemala and Honduras of those separated during the twelve month period about two hundred were under five according to the ACLU and a handful were under a year old the administration has also separated more than one thousand children since the judge ordered a halt to the practice except in limited circumstances like threats to child safety or doubts about whether the adult is really the parent the justice department declined to comment on the ACLU

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"sasson" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?

Why Won't You Date Me?

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"sasson" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?

"Middle of the room, no stage. Nothing I walked in. I said, this must be a prank. This can't be real, but it was the show started. People were going in and out of this door. That was closing so loud. Yes, it's so distracting. It was so distracting. I started my set and they weren't laughing. So then I started laughing at the punch lines and I was like, well, if you're not gonna laugh. Oh, it was a bad show. It was not fun and I hated it. But I try really hard not to like shoot on rooms when I'm in them. Yeah, but I'll should've on my Pont. Yeah, be being I one time through our friend Gilly got set up with this corporate stand up thing and they were gonna pay me three hundred dollars. So I was like, sure, I'll do anything. And they wanted me to come down town to roast their bossed bosses for this Christmas party thing, and it was like a ballroom that it was a surprise I was coming. Firstly, we're going to give me microphone and I'm like, please give me a microphone or else. And it was like, we're not gonna explain who you are. We're not going to ensure you're just gonna show up. And in my mind, I was like, you are not setting me up to succeed in any notion they set you up to be a crazy woman from the streets. Yeah, shouting about this man. And they were all in like black, tie attire. And like one of the only jokes that they did enjoy as I walked in and I was like, do you ever walk into a room in? No, for sure. You're the poorest one there. And they were like, yes. We like what this poor woman has to say speaking in praising us. Yeah, it was so weird. But I was like, I'm going to get through this twenty minutes. And then somebody then I'm like, immediately. I was like, then mommy that money now one team minutes. It was something weird like also roast them within them in the things that gave me a roast them for were like so insane in like it was like, I don't know. It wasn't anything, and I was like, I gotta make jokes from these three facts. That's so wild. What's one of the facts? Remember? I'm trying to think of like one person. I think like drinking was the thing, and I was like, are we do? We all agree that this person thinks this is funny because Carol's an alcoholic. Carol down. Carol's husbands crying. We stop corporate comedy is hard. Those are very hard. Yeah. I did look at him prompting like a bar mitzvah once and I it's always just like get me through this. Pay me my money. It must like on a different level of like what sex work is like. Yeah, probably colleges are kind of like that college kids are very self conscious and don't wanna laugh and are very lake. That's wrong. That's why I didn't laugh. That's based on a stereotype. That's why I was at a show where no one was laughing, and I was laughing, super hard at one of the comics and people kept looking at me, and I was like. Why is the comedy show? Yeah. Why are you laughing? Yeah, I do think that we are like, I don't know this right now. Like the climate of everything is like, we're, we're trying to figure out our limits. Things in some people will be like, I'm offended on behalf of that person then that person will be like, you don't need to be offended on behalf of my I get to decide of two. They're like, oh, okay. Somebody said one time, like a like my, you can't say that my brother's retarded and part of me is like, no. If you hold up belief, it should be like, I just think that's wrong. Mission ever be. Don't do that. It affects me, we'll that's like. When Trump was like grabbing by the pussy in some in like, he can't say that, you know, I got daughters and it's like, oh, yeah..

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"sasson" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

Hollywood Handbook

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"sasson" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

"I didn't i didn't see it too long too long but also 'if i heard just a lot of cultural insensitivity right before a movie career to happen right before a movie an it was weird this coming from the girl wants to be gold boys mary oh will now when i say cultural insensitivity i mean there was diversity i this which is something that really peavce me a organic fired up here i get really hot on that with a caller when i see representation kevin what's happening with your hair it looks like gets is longer now yeah okay what is it's coming for me it gets going right toward you and it seems to be creating sort of a knife shape dozen it kevin and are you doing that on purpose not anymore now i'll he to you thaad it you just thaad it did and then it took it from there and dagger maine yes and it it is a the common tale and i don't know if this happens in cocoa but sometimes you will sort of unleash a beast and owning ask you to do your bidding and then its power will be so great that you can no longer stem the tide and the consequence is beyond what you ever imagined and you wish you could take it back but you can't think about that kevin yeah what if instead of white mary it was mary mary lake mary christmas whoah pairing mary of the klan chris with.

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"sasson" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

Hollywood Handbook

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"sasson" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

"Okay just enough to tickle your pilot to wipe out to see it that is to glenn media it's a big boyle replied on coco's the whole movie who's cocoa uh uh but they but they do they don't say it like if you did some really bad stuff in your wife and everyone is still talking about how bad the stuff you did was that's okay you still live forever use the you yeah it's almost more it's almost more beneficial because really the people that we still talk about the most from history are the people who've committed severe try it who did the worst off and that's i think more coco was kind of trying to say because it doesn't matter it doesn't matter he's do get people talking all press is good press that's what coco says that seems to be the message yeah well they're there you gonna crack go i took a little boy to teach us that lesson who uh little boy does it go us now i said is not that the main guy as the main guy mcgown in the theater when you find out who coco is everybody goes dc's owners in the film okay well that's a big spoiler do okay and that's a big secret said i guess ultimately i'll just have to watch it's just as you know i don't on a tv isn't that interesting hey new year something stay the same eu guys have me intrigued on cocoa woes the controversy around the frozen short that happened right before that.

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"sasson" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

Hollywood Handbook

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"sasson" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

"Mm hmm we've all been onset the weather word doing hair on his army or uh you know powder a camera it's a he that you know whatever your job is you see on set some of these affected some of these magic guys are creating the illusion yeah i and i love that it's a wonderland of illusion but you know my industry um that we are dream weaver's yeah this business of just making spot when you get tricked that's when it becomes dangerous so um you are divorced from this hair by even you feel that you need to keep it this way or or maybe you don't even feel like you have any onus over it anymore is that do i have any owners over it i i v i feel like i have a bigger on us okay mmhmm now i guess what i would say in your case maybe you know some sprucing up okay you have just plain eggs because you have a right to sort of adjust your hair now that you're divorced dozen your hair have its own sort of agenda now and and and kitchen weeks or to stay out of its life a little bit wild visit kerryanne this is sort of what i was homer from mary who's really nice would be alert oh i will work oh such you're here for his you are not allowed to enter a touch it yeah i wolf i will 30 billion people had told me that you very base i knew i had heard that you've been asking like gay marriage gonna come on like what she liked by of more than we were marriage you wanna be she didn't say nice mary she said albright need mary come up i know she said that i was like first of all this is kind of an appropriate and secondly it's like nice mary it doesn't seem like proud mary is now she's not match sing prowled is killing so that that didn't even occur to her and that she said why heat mary come on his 2018.

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"sasson" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

Hollywood Handbook

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"sasson" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

"Can i ask how you stick it it more eggs great goes of you know it together eggshell out of the eggs of evolved in there you use more of the eggshells the only thing that will stick to agf is more egg will eggs friends with each other yes either buddies so this has been on my head that's that's what your hair's mehta this has been on my her and i have been in the end to answer your question from before that you are going to ask i i have been married to this hair a but this was an issue with my my wife carrier mas uh my relationship with my hair was to her interfering with what she and i had or could have could have um and so i did have to divorce my hair so my hair and i are no longer so it sits atop your head but you are no longer together we are divorced gotcha do have you seen the movie the breakup which one is that again y and through the bed and yet uh with some what's his yet the sa i've seen it yet finska pardon without the what's his name you malaysia and barthoux cure o'donnell who are we thinking it speaks really quickly and wasn't wedding crushers okay yeah and it's fun the the ss the ss remember german girl so in that film although the couple is separated biko habitat india and it's who gets the apartment and so forth and i think this is sort of a haze is going through with his hair but there's a line of duct tape between them as you can see if you look is the case times the aim area must has to be concerned because ultimately and nina spoiler alert but the movies a little older now uh they do wind up he and figuring it out a guy back together and so you and and part of that i think is because they were living together still that it gave him the opportunity duct tape renault duct tape ripe i do that day i notice of that but it's kind of a mood movie magic thing the duct tape comes off very easily oh you on that newly and in my personal experience with that is not real life because movies can be fake about by kind of things from yeah s effects mmhmm.

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"sasson" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

Hollywood Handbook

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"sasson" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

"Bhutto accompanying yes yeah so anyway eventually we though the rope phrase and breaks we watch shark come on land on this beach i look up and it's a naked beach a new a real naked beach so i'm about to i'm like okay ambassador go hair uh on this beach i'm about to go insane by go crazy full you've earned it i mean you began drag on a roll stuck on this cruise that was while those guys are fun it was not exactly what was promised i'm sure in the door no and now you're finally going to cut loose and finally going gonna just have some fun for you yes they could go nuts just go ham on the negative uh but then everyone looks up in sees that there's a price on with me and they hate prins that is the sad part of our society movie tried to kind of point now yes you know some of the biases that our society has in a very subtle way but they also i will having s panel headed time with this guy i don't know if it's this one urges all on the sky sox so bad in my hated lisbon broad not because he was a pro i don't know i don't though the only one 'cause i have also never really loved so it would be by i look i it like i now that i am actually technically friends with one i feel like i can say this that these these things are so discuss is that the rules because than i have some stuff to say hey why go to hollywood have at it that is guided by the draft remains of a red carpet lambert holidays and others in the train what up it's a big show first show the new year let's start is by its second show at the new year though and if you think about it it's the first would be recorded in the new year for the new year for us by us 2018 babe.

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"sasson" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

Hollywood Handbook

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"sasson" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

"And the bo ended up sinking because he he dabs so hard that he put a hole in the in the hull of the ship here and we started taking on water and we also i mean we realise pretty quickly into the crews hey what award with this even be up for he was already in trouble and it's not a film in the traditional sense i mean it's on it's recorded guides yeah i heard though so after he got in trouble but that was may be a way that he was going to try and get out of it is by winning a huge a war yes i think that was the idea it's like when a player does a big penalty in football and then they tried to get the heisman trophy this one i was only brahma work only curb brown was there was just you and him it wasn't his jet ocoee enhanced and out this prime o k so i'm trying to like fear of games to do and stuff um could all of a sudden near the cruise director occurs around the world though i like kale it's like i guess we'll play gabor's of big so there there are these robes around so we try to like last su'a seagull yeah or something but and you know you tie the other end of the last two to yourself yeah order brown area yes and well know the and the like one side to me and then the other is tied to the prime2 we stay on land um by we i ended up last suing container ship by accident that was going by um so we he'll hauled for containers i did not get to see you get tired because i was being dragged in the ocean behind the containers and they were all closed and there was a hanjin container i can tell you what the.

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