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The Story Behind James Taylor's Fire and Rain

How Good It Is

01:59 min | Last month

The Story Behind James Taylor's Fire and Rain

"Doing the research for some of these shows one of the things. I bump up against a lot of weird rumors regarding the meaning behind the songs. And one of the biggest to james taylor's first big single fire and rain specifically the story that the song chronicles his reaction to the death of his girlfriend in a plane crash. So let's get out of the way immediately. No well not really okay. That was a little harsh. Let me roll myself back a little bit. The song was written in three stages each of them related to a specific event in his life. So let's take them averse at a time. Taylor was working the local coffee houses and clubs and so forth in new york city in the late. One thousand nine hundred sixties and he had a friend by the name of suzanne schnur who everyone. It's seems called. Susie now taylor said that they used to hang out together and they used to get high together but also said he thinks she came from long island which is not what you say about girlfriend material but were good friends. And that's a fact in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight taylor landed a contract with apple records to record his debut album which means he was off to london to do some recording. Now taylor had three roommates that he left behind a new york. All of whom were also close too suzy's and it was while he was in london that suzanne committed suicide. Now i did see a reference to interview. Taylor did with a british magazine called petticoat which susie committed suicide. Because you've been put into an election. Sal and couldn't handle it but unfortunately i couldn't dig up the primary source and all the internet based sources they basically point to one another so i couldn't really determine if that part of it is true at any rate the roommates all knew about it but they didn't tell taylor because they didn't want to shake him up while he was working on this record as a result he didn't learn the news until he got back to new york and she had been dead for about six months

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Solar-powered battery packs offer cheap electricity in Tanzania

Climate Connections

01:20 min | 5 months ago

Solar-powered battery packs offer cheap electricity in Tanzania

"Dr anthony leiserowitz and this is climate connections in sub saharan africa. Over five hundred million people live without electricity for lighting many of them use kerosene a fossil fuel that contributes to global warming emits toxic fumes. And can start dangerous fires so we started looking for a low cost way to provide electricity for an entire village. That's jeff schnur. Ceo of jazz energy. The company figured out a way to meet that goal without conventional power plants and a distribution grid in tanzania has an energy has built about seventy five solar hubs small buildings with solar panels on top. Two women from the community staff each hub. The women use the solar power to charge battery packs customers. Rent the packs and use them to power lights charge cell phones and for other small electricity needs. Schnur says it's cheaper to rent a battery pack that it is to buy kerosene so the approach not only helps protect the climate. He can save people money and improve their quality of life. The hub operators we call jazz stars. The women running locations are literally lighting up house by house in their community. When you sit down in here directly from someone how it's just a dream come true. It's pretty transformational.

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"schnur" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

13:39 min | 1 year ago

"schnur" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Our question of when not if it couldn't be bad American shorten brace CDC urges Americans to prepare for corona virus outbreak this might be a bad the virus what are you going to do here is the substance of the story Americans should brace themselves for an outbreak of the deadly a corona virus to end their daily lives that's a hell of all warrant Schnur twenty everybody in there you would need to be prepared for your lives to be up ended well you better be you better your life is about to be up ended do you know what that means no your life hearing up ended it means what's up is down and what's down is up including you your life is going to be up ended that's just the first paragraph let's move on to the next one it's not so much of a question of if you have this all happened in this country anymore but a question of when this will happen so the centers for disease control and prevention's Dr Nancy Meissonier reporters somebody quick find out who she donates to politically M. E. S. S. O. M. M. I. E. R. Dr Nancy CDC one of five help who she donates to next sentence we are asking the American public should prepare for the expectation that this might be bad okay how would you prepare for something that might be bad remember now there's not a corona virus shocked like there is a flu shot there isn't one of those so what are you gonna do next sentence Michelle Neff a director of the CDC's national center for immunization and respiratory diseases outlined what an epidemic here could mean for schools and businesses but with a number of cases in the United States right now is fifty seven I just saw it on a map fifty seven known cases United States she said that the schools should consider plans to divide students into smaller groups or using internet based telescope like so keep the kids at home maybe don't let him go to school don't let them in the incubator now that comes up in your life it next sentence for a dog businesses can replace in person meetings with video or telephone conference calls and increased teleworking options so the CDC is telling everybody right now keep your kids at home and keep yourself at home and don't go anywhere and communicate with people via face time their fifty seven cases no new cases reported cases in the United States the CDC on Monday announced I'm sorry it's fifty three I was wrong bye bye the ECDC on Monday and also now fifty three confirmed cases of coronavirus new US including people evacuated from the diamond virus cruise ship in Japan and from the city of Hansol the fifty three cases are people who contracted the disease while not here how many of the fifty three have died it doesn't say so we'll have to just wait to anywhere in the city and now there's a market selloff the Dow was down about six hundred points now is down eight hundred twenty four eight hundred and twenty five points and the drive by media is showing video clips of Donald Trump in India down playing the corona virus say we got it handled we've authorized joined a handful in dollars to get started on research and planning on this stuff Alex a czar who heads the department of health and Human Services appeared before Congress that that's what we're doing we're gotten full speed and that's what Chuck Schumer said not enough money criticized trump for not caring enough by not putting enough money at it so that's that so I'm I'm sure a lot of people are going to be a properly concerned his night at CDC telling everybody stay home don't let your kids go to school start communicating with people on facetime or some other teleconference manner that you have that just isn't practical that just that isn't going to happen I'm back now to the the stories that I accumulated here on the panic related to Bernie Sanders the next one of my stack is by Niels damage today if the hill M. V. the headline Democrat rivals have seven days to stop Sanders rival Canada ten just a week just stop Sanders if they hope to prevent Bernie from checking the party's presidential nomination now one seven day what what is well because of super Tuesday coming up a week from today if they don't stop burning but he doesn't know how to how to how you stop it his current trajectories had to carry him to at least a top two finish in South Carolina on Saturday from there he looks a likely to roll through super Tuesday on March third harvesting huge numbers of delegates in California another large dates it's eminently plausible that by the end of March third that night crazy Bernie will have jumped onto a delegate lead that none of his rivals can reel in especially given the likelihood of more than a half dozen other major candidates remain in the race four hundred fifteen delegates in California it's not winner take all there but if he wins most of the popular vote will get most of the delegates seven days to stop crazy Bernie so here is the there is this also French lingo there Thomas Lopes Friedman from The New York Times who believes that the United States needs to have a government more like the child comes eleven or twelve really smart people making all the decisions about everything and Friedman thinks that he should be one of the eleven or twelve because he was an Obama workshop on employment even though his expertise supposedly foreign policy so his idea is Democrats you want to defeat trump you need to form a team of rivals you know this is a take off on Abraham Lincoln's cabinet Lincoln's cabinet was composed of a bunch of people didn't like each other and some of them didn't like Lincoln and the theory was that if you have a team of rivals in there that you'll you'll eventually find the truth yeah and the and the solution to any problem because you'll you'll find a way to weed out all the all the bias show Friedman what I didn't know when I first saw the headlines if not quite what this meant form a team of rivals to defeat trump this election turns out to be just get get this by the way this is the opening sentence if this election turns out to be just between a self proclaimed socialist and an undiagnosed social path we will be in a terrible terrible places our country how do we prevent that so trump is an undiagnosed sociopath and crazy Bernie is a self proclaimed socialist and that's a self proclaimed communist so Thomas Looby Friedman says that's all I'm thinking about right now my short answer is the Democrats have to do something extraordinary they have to for J. national unity ticket the likes of which they have never forged before and that's true even if Democrats nominate somebody other than Sanders what would this super ticket look like well I suggest Sanders and Michael Bloomberg seems to be as most viable long term challenger to lay it out this way I want people to know that if I'm a Democrat nominee either in these will be my cabinet choices my team of rivals he said the stealing here from Lincoln I want Amy Klobuchar's my vice president her decency experience in moderation will be greatly appreciated across America particularly the Midwest I want Bloomberg or Bernie as my secretary to treasury the secretary treasury Bernie Sanders there won't be a treasury it will be empty it won't be any money anywhere fox this is credible I want either Bloomberg or Bernie as my secretary of treasury our plans for addressing income inequality or actually not that far apart Bloomberg Bernie's aren't this guy's insane and if we can blend them together to be great for the country a little reassuring the markets I want Joe Biden is my secretary state he doesn't know where he is he do you think he's running for the Senate now he thinks he talked with Deng Xiaoping yesterday you want your secretary of state I guess that's the continue to cover up whatever's going on in Ukraine with hunter Biden no one in our party knows the world better or has more credibility in our allies than Joe Biden and these people have lost nobody knows nobody in our party knows the world better has more credibility with allies the Jehol by I will ask Elizabeth Warren to serve as health and Human Services secretary no one can bring more energy and intellect to the task of expanding health care for more American Indian Americans than senator Warren I want Kamilla Harris for Attorney General I want Cory Booker to become sector housing I want mayor Peters home once again this guy is literally suggested every Democrat you've ever heard of plans right now to be part of whatever administration the nominee is that's the only way to be trump and by the way folks I was not asking rhetorically let me go back through the CDC story find it here I don't remember I asked somebody to look up who dies Dr Nancy Meissonier donate to well let me tell you Dr Nancy Meissonier sister I guess brother is rod Rosenstein Dr Nancy Meissonier of the centers for disease control and prevention who's urging everybody to not go to school and stay home and teleconference all your communications Nancy messenger is it says sister is rod Rosenstein that can't be because Rosenstein's not a woman so I'm assuming it is it means brother here so there's a reason why I ask this question so you've got here the CDC urging Americans to prepare for corona virus outbreak might be bad could be bad keep your kids on there or anywhere it might be bad we have fifty three cases it might be better to go to stock markets plunging okay this person running this agency who does she donate to well her brother is rod Rosenstein I'm guessing I mean I need to double check this because what I'm seeing here is nothing a sister is roses and less Rosenstein had a sex change operation like that cancer is about joining rush twenty four seven if you become a member that's when you.

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Lo Bosworth, founder and CEO of Love Wellness: My body could just not manage the stress anymore.

Skimm'd from The Couch

09:47 min | 1 year ago

Lo Bosworth, founder and CEO of Love Wellness: My body could just not manage the stress anymore.

"We talk a lot about career transitions and it seems like yes. You're on the show and then you're doing things that were kind of ten gentle brands to entertainment industry and then you started to do something. That was really different which was go to culinary school. Yeah did you think about that first transition so the culinary school thing actually does for me have its roots in the entertainment industry? At that time I was talking to cooking channel and food network about doing something in the space because we had had conversations and I love to cook it was my biggest passionate still is one of my biggest passions and so to cook. Got Everything vegetables all vegetables and one hundred different ways chicken not what? I was going to expect certain people that really love to cook really liked to cook basic things but in twenty five different ways. You know it's like how do you take a carrot and turn it into five different things? That's how I really approach cooking back to what we were talking about those so everybody who is working on my team at that point was like listen. We think that you should probably go to culinary school. You know you do have this hurdle to cross now which is going from reality star or somebody who's cooking space than we need to legitimize you see. You need to go to culinary school and I always had always wanted to go and so I went to Culinary School and Oh my God. It was the best thing I've ever done. It was so exciting every day. You Good Oh God I was the best truly and I don't mean to show off but yeah I kicked everyone else's asked but it's just comes really naturally to me. It's something that I don't really have to think about but it was the best thing I've ever done. It was so fun to work in the kitchens and to be on the line. And you just feel like you're a part of a team was the goal to do this that you could get the cooking show. Yes so the goal was to go to culinary school. Legitimize yourself in this space start making a ton of food content talks about your experience and then we'll make something happen sort of like with one of these networks and it was at that time that I was in a relationship that I thought was like my permanent partner relationship and it ended up not working out and it created a lot of stress and anxiety in my body. I got a call that the cooking stuff was not gonNA work out. They were not interested in like pursuing the contract that we were working on and it was at that point that I started to get sick. I was experiencing really bad depression and anxiety really bad dizziness exhaustion fatigue. I was truly upside down in my body. It's like if you have a glass of water and you start filling up with water and all of a sudden the water search to spillover. That's how I felt in my body. All of a sudden I I was fine one day and then the next day I was not fine anymore and I think. It was like a confluence of factors. You know your career you have something that doesn't come to fruition after you've been working on it for really long. Your relationship is not working. Something's not right in your body and you sort of come to a crossroads and have to make decisions about how you want to move forward with your life and it was through that experience of not being well and trying to heal my body and trying to be a better place or an okay place again physically and mentally and emotionally that love wellness was born during this period which you're talk describing a very dark and difficult period for yourself. Were you doing everyday? Adjust my timeline a little bit but you had finished the school finish culinary school. I was creating a lot of content scales so it was on the low down on my Youtube Channel at that point And were you being open with your audience but your struggle eventually but not as you were going through not as I was going through it. It sort of closer to the tail of the experience because I just didn't know what was going on totally understand. Who would who would share that? You know that was a two thousand. Fifteen Odi was talking about this stuff yet. People talk about it all the time now but in two thousand fifteen not talking about this stuff so he's still creating content and at that point. I was really monetize and everything I was doing. It was going really well. I had a great youtube channel. I was putting out videos all the time. Blog post a team a small team. Yeah so we still have the low down. And I had three people creating content alongside of me. I would say that a couple years ago really was kind of like heyday for content creators. And so everything was going really well but I was just sick but at that point I would say that my content definitely transition for more of beauty focused to definitely wellness and food focus and nutrition for me replete a huge part in my life when I was trying to sort of get better and so my content started to reflect that without me revealing what was going on so low. Wellness was obviously born out of your personal journey that you're going through Wallace. The white space that you saw that you were like there's a business here so along with sort of just like the depression the anxiety all of those things. I was at the Obgyn all the time. Because like when you're chemicals are out of balance your is out of balance. You'RE GONNA get infections all the time I was. Obgyn constantly. Because I just could not get control over my body and it turns out that I was suffering from really severe vitamin deficiencies and so it took me a year and a half to make that discovery or for a doctor to connect what I was going through to something that was actually physically manifesting itself in my body. It's like the example. I gave with a glass of water. The water started to spill over for me. My vitamin levels dropped so low that my body could just not manage the stress anymore and so it started to manifest itself physically mentally emotionally in all of these different ways so I went from doctor to doctor and practitioner to practice. Schnur natural path to chiropractor to healer to meditation specialist. You name it. I did it in an effort to try to feel normal because I was so uncomfortable at my body that I just knew that something was wrong beyond just generalized anxiety or a moment of depression. Right when I finally discovered that it was these vitamin deficiencies. It really blew my mind. It was a huge sense of relief. I would say not because I could sort of put the blame on it but just because I finally had some kind of path forward you can get a name. I could give it a name and I could take some kind of action that actually improve my life and so it was really a pivotal moment for me but back to the White Space Question. I was the obgyn constantly. And the prescriptions didn't work or they would work for a limited time and I was at the drugstore constantly and I was standing in the fucking Tampon. I'll looking at all of these products from legacy brands and just a feeling bad about myself because it was there again. Be embarrassed that I needed products to take care of my body which is a shared experience among women. When you have been low key advertise anti-feminist messages from these companies. Your whole life and see. I just felt like when I use those products. They didn't actually work. You know they were irritating for your body. They they didn't work people still sell douches. That's crazy to me so I think that's a really interesting point because when I think about wellness. Yeah the space there are kind of two camps that I see one is. It's definitely a hot space. Unlike what you were talking about your experience in two thousand fifteen today people are talking about it off which is great and I think that there are kind of the companies that look at wellness and don't necessarily take the scientific backed approach and then there are companies that definitely do. What was your thought in coming up with what you wanted. Love Wellness to stand for. Shar so for me. I couldn't find products that were readily available. That made me feel better and so it was sort of the graduation to different kind of specialists in women's health and research that really changed my perspective on how to take care of my body and it's interesting because doctors will still tell you don't use this kind of detergent etta healthy diet get sleep but until you actually put those lifestyle changes into practice so you don't really realize how serious they are about those things and there's nobody out there until sort of recently that is saying the products that these legacy brands put out. There are not actually that great. For Women's unique biology's they were invented by men decades ago. They have been sitting on the shelf for a really long time and women's research has come a long way since these products were invented. Right clearly. What we're talking about. We're not talking about Tampon. I mean we are talking about tampons. We're talking about douches. We're talking about lubricant. We'RE TALKING ABOUT PERSONAL CARE. Washes Oak all that stuff that you find in the women's personal care while we're talking about Antifungal over here. All of these products were invented a while ago and they have not gotten makeovers in a really long time and they've been marketed as safe and effective for women. But I would say that most women's could could say honestly from their experience with them that they really are not. Nobody has really been talking about that but brands like level wellness and other brands in the space are talking about that. But there's this huge sort of area of misinformation when it comes to this kind of stuff that we're trying to sort of breakthrough and solve with good education doctors that are on our team et Cetera et

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"schnur" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"schnur" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Wanted to talk to Dan Schnur professor USC's Annenberg school of communications and Pepperdine university's graduate school of public policy about the investigation and also you eight hundred two two two five two two two is a phone number it's a big story and this one is not going away and there's a new piece to this that just broke a dance thanks for coming on how are you I'm good Peter little busy trying to keep up with all of this but otherwise but otherwise all good how are you really good I'm good but I'm sad I'm sad that this is all. happening because it's it's it's. it's worrisome and what we don't need is more division and I I wish that people wouldn't day again that they would just get the spin from wherever they get it but they would listen to everything all the opposing spin and then trying to kind of make decision but the big part of this their news the story is not even beginning to be played out the whistle blower has not been heard who has the story in everybody's I see the push back on pieces of a story and now I see on CNN a second and tell official. is weighing whether to file whistle blower complaint on trump Ukraine which with the thought that once one of these things happen once somebody comes out with Intel. then all of a sudden the floodgates open because the next person feels you know what now I feel more comfortable doing this because arm supported because I have someone else who saw the same thing I did the the all open with this because this is the beginning of it. aside from a potential other investigation the latest been from the White House is that the president wanted to flight flight a corruption even though that was not the original story the original story was I never asked then the transcript came out and there was an ask and then there was no quid pro quo and then on camera he S. China. so you were just trying to for help that coupled with the past things to be said about foreign help on elections if you got it you got to go and say well if you were that obsessed upset about. corruption which took place right before in twenty sixteen what did you do at your first year or why didn't you do in twenty eighteen when he gave the Ukraine hundreds of millions in an eight or why didn't you do it when's lunch he won why did you do it when Joe Biden threw his hat in the ring and it was ten points ahead of you. why did you do it then and how is anybody supposed to believe that it's about corruption based on and I I can go through article after article after article I was blown away Tucker Carlson the headline should not encourage foreign had to investigate but no way to spin this is good this sucker Carlson so fox is in front of Mitt Romney says. how are we supposed to sing you single out. Chinese investigation is a political opponent in the midst of a democratic nomination process it's strange credulity to suggested anything other than politically motivated so the anger here. and the those are sheer volume of info that coming out how is the public supposed to process is there hardly supposed to decide what's right what's wrong what's been what's a line. I think the first point you made is the most important one which is because there has been so much news pouring out over the last two weeks and it's hard to believe it's only been. since we first became aware of.

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A New Century Series for the Air Force?

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

07:12 min | 1 year ago

A New Century Series for the Air Force?

"Jen do s you the managing editor for defense and space. I'm here with Pentagon editor Lee Hudson and defense editor Steve Trimble and we are coming off the Air Force Association's Association's Annual Air and Space Conference Twenty Nineteen while they're Lee and Steve interviewed the Air Force's acquisition position chief will roper so they had a very interesting conversation to admits from that which we will share with you you today on this podcast Steve. Can you set up some of your conversation regarding the Air Force's future Lider the program right okay so the important thing to start off with is that Dr Roper unveiled or is revealed at the at the vent this week his his concept for the digital century series within the next generation air dominance program and to impact all of that next generation Schnur dominance is basically what the Air Force started working on in two thousand sixteen looking at what would replace the F twenty two after twenty thirty has gone through several evolutions over time where it started out as a family of systems anchored by like get next generation fighter a sixth generation fighter something that was kind of similar in in in sort of conceptual approach to an F. twenty two but applied to what it would look like in twenty thirty two something that Roper wh is promoting you know especially over the past year is this this century series model when he discusses that and you're going to hear that a bit on this clip from our interview our exclusive interview that Lee and Lien I had with is a reference to this progression of fighters that emerged in the nineteen fifty s starting with the F. One hundred proceeding through the to the a four point. Oh five and finally the six all were produced within probably four or five years you know going through a design development and production process I think they were all produced essentially hundreds of aircraft some more than others and with with sort of a checkered in you know history in terms of of success which we touch on in the interview but you know we really what you're going to hear. Row Dr Roper talking about is his vision for digital for for setting up a digital century series that is focused based on creating digital models engineering models and and actually a whole new aircraft production system that is is really quite different than how the space industry is set up to work today so we can hear a bit of that in this clip. That'll queue up right now now so yes. There are a lot of things from history that we could look at at the F. One seventeen is it's a great example of an airplane that was built rapid way to meet an immediate need in a lot we can learn from it and we could easily call aw what we're trying to achieve within gather digital f. one seventeen nearly downside of that as a single airplane move under it is interesting about this series period which is not the but thorough multiple vendors were multiple types of aircraft that that were designed Nick for production by by all pilots not just an exceptional vile sued trying to design a baseline respond pilot that can be formed by everyone clearly not all aircraft successful debate series was actually successful endeavor we don't reference to let's say we want to return to that in terms of results more than curious returning where we need multiple multiple types of aircraft currently no rapidly that are built with a mindset that production maybe necessary and that they'll need to the in flown joining combat not just billed as an experimental system. I don't think that's that's why adding digital to the front should is not something different digital engineering open systems modular architectures and then finally digital engineering do creative for Maradona's the building systems and it brings in to the aviation world what has existed in the automotive for years Toyota and many other Ottoman and auto manufacturers at focused on creating a better car building process and then are now going cars with it. We want to do the same thing with aircraft you want to build a better aircraft process and build the aircraft and we if we do that. We'll see a lot of the same benefits. The automotive industry is saying that will get designed shops design companies that focus making aircraft have noticed actually manufacture them. I'm and mass beyond the moldable we think we'll be able to do small batches without paying a premium for the design and the learning curve round to to get to a production aircraft that has all the kinks out of it and finally be able to do modernisation very rapidly offered action and the production line as a hot micro small teams came with a hard tooling without large facilities back to the design boutique in aviation view that as being very similar to the nineteen forties or small teams with great design principles to build an aircraft and now all these digital tools even the aircraft so complicated complex the digital digital tools the Holy Trinity referenced Irons All of that flag so we can get back that earlier era on and I've seen enough examples from industry three to prove to need this is a bet worth making a risk taking so now in GATT and provides an opportunity security so the difference between and Gab before versus now is not the aspiration to build aircraft technologies that might be useful to put on it. It's building a better aircraft building process and the trying to realize the benefits instead it with gifts and among those small quantities that can spiral rapidly integration into the design because of the open open architecture and then finally lowering the sustainment of cost is a digital tools also allow you to attack a life cycle cost of the

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The return of Peronist politics in Argentina

FT News

08:56 min | 2 years ago

The return of Peronist politics in Argentina

"Argentina's, Cristina Fernandez decay. Now is back at the full populace president left office in two thousand fifteen with the country on the brink of economic collapse. But if posed to be believed she has a good chance of returning to this in October, as vice president alongside her namesake and former chief of staff, Alburto Fernandez Jonathan Wheatley discusses, how history may be repeating itself in Argentina with a correspondent Benedict. Mander. Living with the. Going seattle. Get new put them meet there in, then they're gay three hundred fourteen dollars. We realize as individualize see noise when a p really says dune associated that was Cristina Fernandez decay, Schnur extolling the virtues of collective action. And so there can be no individual triumphs. In a society based on the kind of social contract that she advocates, but her parents policies left the country in dire state. Then it can you give us a picture of the economic situation, when she left office? Yes, when macrey took our. He find an economy with twin deficits, both in the budget and candidates, central Bank reserves running on Mt. And so you basically had a country that was under budgeted balance of payments crisis at the same time you had very high inflation. They no one knows exactly how high is they still publishing reliable statistics. There was no growth speak of high poverty. In the order thirty percents. I mean it was in a bad way, and it's proved very difficult for macrey to correct that situation. I what he's done. I was one of the big things he's done is turns the IMF and Argentina's being the beneficiary of its biggest ever bailout fifty six billion dollar package, but the IMF is still deeply unpopular in Argentina. Was that? Yes, I mean, it's like a comic book villain Argentina. I mean, it's had a very checkered performance in Argentina over the past sixty years. There have been more than twenty programs pretty much all of which have ended badly. Most recently, the two thousand one crisis was probably the west all that ended in the biggest ever sovereign debt default at a time. Anyway, huge devaluation that triggered very high employment. Those sibling arrest people shot on the streets, and so on having was disastrous. So it's understandable that people have bad memories if the funds engagement in the country. I Fono money Taddeo. This realm integral Montreal remove scenario Torello necessarily casino much of Argentine was brought to a standstill last week by general strike in protest over the government. So stereotype measures are we just had one of the organizers, Kellyanne Rupak Anini describing the IMF is being the Bermuda triangle, sucking in salaries work, health and education? So things apparently haven't improved for the poor under the reforms agreed between the current president Mauricio Macri in the IMF. What are people telling you about the hardships? They're facing at the moment. The first thing that people say that they just are able to make it to the end of the bone, and that's those that are employed, right? Because there's a huge amount of releasing Jones, but those that are earning salaries which not keeping up with inflation, finding it very difficult to pay for just the basic items food, prices have been up extremely fast and utilities as well have been rising several times over. So people just. Yeah. The month and that is obviously, causing significant social unrest. And you'd be not speaking to small businesses on the outskirts of Buenos Aires. How are they putting up with things the slums and the working class area's been particularly badly hit where there are lots of factories and workshops which not very competitive and been competing with impulse China. The defended the local markets, a lot of have been closing down. So that's leading to mass unemployment in the poorer areas of the city, which is causing big problems on against those are large part of the electorate, exactly. That's the heartland of Christina Fernandes occasion. And she is likely to do very well in that part of the electric ended makes up about a quarter voted. So it'll make significant difference. Deana. See my settlement brother shit. I mean goon Dino. And. Taylor. That was Christina Fernandez running mate, berto Fernandez. No, relation saying it rally that his coalition would eliminate Argentina's debt without making any Argentine suffer the cost with promises like this, how, as Mr. macrey can fight fightback. Well, it's not easy. The big thing that maybe hadn't his favorite, the beginning was that he was supposedly better, managing the economy, now that is not really proved to be the case or at least not over these four years. A lot of people, and I find themselves in a worse position night and they were four years ago. So he's having to look the other areas to sell himself, so recently, they've been inaugurating public works, major infrastructure projects, roads bridges sewerage signs, rather present, but these things do make a big difference to another people. And that, having that will help and also you have to remember that there are no infrastructure projects under the previous government that they're started. We wouldn't have. Completed. So this is also a reminder of the corruption that supposedly happened under the kitchen as you mentioned corruption that Benedict. What about all the court cases that are going on what bearing will that have on the election? Well, that is the million dollar question Argentines have known to vote into power politicians that have been accused of corruption in the past. So it's not gonna be the Bill and endle-. It will certainly have an impact on the margins. I think that polls show that the NFL this is a supporters. Don't actually believe the corruption charges identing that's going to affect that sector of the vote, but in the middle ground, perhaps it will and the extent to which it does could even decide the election another problem that obviously Argentina faces is that foreign investors very quickly lose trust in the country, and we've seen the huge devaluation of the currency last year again, this year, one of the problems that we often hear about is that Argentines themselves. Don't trust the currency. How do you fix a problem like that? Well, this is one of the great dramas of Argentina, and it's not clear to anybody otherwise. They might have six up more ready. It'll take years, perhaps decades of macroeconomic stability for trust in the currency to return or even appear. So the first thing that needs to do is kill inflation, which has proved incredibly hard on democracy. He thought it was going to be very easy, but it's not higher than it was when he came to power looks like it's beginning to go on a dine with paws, but it's going to take a very long time to get rid together at any then I think we'll people say, they're encouraging Argenta on politics have been compared to a circular firing squad. Is there any sign that, that passing could be halted in that Mr. macrey could engage with more moderate parents elements to win a consensus for his reform programme? Well at the beginning of this government, he did manage to cooperate with the mall, mudder elements apparent ISM and was able to pass some important. Reforms, more recently, the last year or even two that has not been so successful, but doesn't no reason why if he does win he couldn't do that again. But the polarization of Argentine politics is a huge problem. It was something that macrey promised to fix and he hasn't. Debatable as to why. But this is going to be a problem going forward without a diet. And why has Christina finance chosen to run for the vice presidency rather than as president this time? Well, you need to. That I mean it's impossible to get inside the head, but some people suggest that it may be because she thought she couldn't actually win. But then again, it's not clear that the person who is running in place on both the mandates will win either. So it could also be that, perhaps, even if she did win. She thought that she might not be able to govern efficiently at least as she might have liked to how she did in previous governments, which were current terrorized by the FTA amongst others is the populist politics. And as we all know populism doesn't mix very well with all sturdy, and that is the situation that we're in at the moment. So she might have decided to pass the buck. Thank you very much. We will certainly be watching with great interest as we get closer to the election. That was Jonathan.

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Ms Hernandez, Mister Nandan And President discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Ms Hernandez, Mister Nandan And President discussed on Morning Edition

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"schnur" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"schnur" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"That'd be great source of intrigue and sixteen fourteen. He saved six match points. That is great. But it's the journey to get there which you have to kind of endure, and it's it's the same with the final away with appel. Kawhi I tuned him for literally the last twenty minutes who's this? Brayden Schnur who is I remember that grace. Canada. He doesn't bounce the ball. When he when he serves like Thomas Enqvist. Chris didn't know he did one. He didn't. I was I was looking this out and. We went to missing this reissue straighten open. Final ninety-nine wasn't it. Two and a half. Can we just end with you too? Memory of Thomas, and Chris depressing is I I spent fifteen years watching the entirety of Thomas Chris career. And I was not aware that she planned the champions. Didn't even know that he didn't. Anyway this. Brayden Schnur is actually the second second week in a row the guy without an ATP Witten as reached an ATP final because in court about two weeks ago guy called one Ignacio Llandough, which the rich the fan on won the tournament and this Schnur reach the final in New York. And then lost her. Any one Ignatio long data have you long? They're quick facts. Well, I just gave you the Bill. Four possibly infinitely more than Schnur Argentine. Sure. Because I felt about the departure didn't play some please they had oftentimes success. Can we just give it quick note of appreciation to Johnny's no for getting ninety two percent? In tennis. Do that sort of. Yeah. That's the equivalent brilliant staff to that terrible of Tatyana Maria with seven percent second. What was it? Tire match when you only miss your first four times. In the match against a penalty, he Eighty-eight percentage, and he stills most. Eighty six aces in his last two matches. And I believe the poker is a tiny bit tool than him. Or at least claims to be all that must be the first seven foot player, and he feels like he's finally fended off EBay call which I know isn't officially retired. But he's a leading for a lot of people think appel Appel con. can really could do something in the sports. You know, sneak it serve. You can win big have you have you read that? I mean, he's twenty one years of age. I think he's had some some injury issues last couple of years. I mean, literally getting used to that body putting it through the rigors of professional tennis when you're a teenager. I think that's a real challenge for for for him. The flying. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Just ripple the seats out. But the fact that he. Has won this title twenty one and the draw people bronchial said it for coupla years now that he thinks of all of them. He's the one and Andy Roddick set on social media today. He's he's good young Americans live Tommy pool in Taylor threat. Yeah. Wow. I mean, I know Patrick McEnroe rated has rated here foes, the highest of the mall for one out. But appel could just what you do if that guy serving what we said that about Janis ten years in isn't going to be interested in Winnipeg. See this is where I look at the big service. Yes, when they come up against each other. It's a tough watch. Yeah. But I've always enjoyed what she mills rounded against the Murray. Is playing one another just as there are other contrasts. There are other star much much is that just a one win college for serving as after as and then I think it was about eight he played federal Wimbledon about third round and college hadn't been broken all the way through this ornament. And in the first came he was broken by federal, and it was just watching this genius trying to decode the serve and blunt. It was fantastic. So yeah, we go fifteen years. So well done Rania palca who else is one stuff this week. We've we've had at least Mertens who we must mention who had had a terrible Europe..

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"schnur" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

11:35 min | 2 years ago

"schnur" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Jonathan Schnur is here. His new book is ministers at war. Winston Churchill and his war cabinet these dramatic days in may nineteen forty leave Churchill to be the prime minister of the war cabinet. This is a inner cabinet of Al greater cabinet a coalition government or national government also called because the Germans are overrunning all of their allies on the continent. And they at the the poor preparation has left. Great Britain, very vulnerable Churchill makes his speech that Jonathan quotes. It's worth hearing again. And again, you ask what is our policy? I will say it has to wage war by sea land and air with all our might and with the strength that cod can give us to wage war against a monstrous tyranny never surpassed in the dark lamentable catalogue of human crime. Winston. Could alright, but can he lead professor he chooses some surprising figures, we know Atlee in Greenwood go into the cabinet because that's Labor's representation, but he also chooses a man named Beaverbrook. And we must introduce him at this point to head of air air aircraft production, which is critical because they know the bombers are coming, and they do not have enough fighters for the French and the English together who is Beaverbrook at this time to Churchill. His name was max Aitken. He was a Canadian. He had he made a fortune in Canada and moved to England where he purchased newspapers and actually entered parliament as conservative before World War One. He moved to the house of lords is a favor to Lloyd George actually who wanted to replay who needed Beaverbrook seat in the house of Commons. Lord Beaverbrook was sort of you could almost say the the Rupert Murdoch of his day. He was a a strong right wing newspaper magnate. He had become a friend of Churchill's, and I should say that Churchill's wife never liked or trusted him. But in fact, almost nobody liked her. Well, that's a bit of an exaggeration. But almost nobody trusted max Beaverbrook max, Aitken Lord Beaverbrook someone once said that he was two percent genius. And ninety eight percent crook. Somebody else once said of him that he had an insane. Desire to an insane passion, I think it was to pull strings. And to nobody's benefit but his own although never to elevate himself to the top. He just he just wanted to be the sort of the the man next to the man at the top nevertheless Churchill really liked and admired him. He admired him in part because he had made a fortune on his own also read that he admired him because he played cards. So well, and he always beat Churchill and they played poker. So the two men spent much time together smoking and drinking and gambling, and I suppose intriguing and at this crisis moment Churchill called his old friend to help him figure out who should belong to the government. And he knew that Beaverbrook was a man who got a lot done in a day. And he put him in charge as you say of this crucial, this critical ministry the ministry of aircraft production the war cabinet, by the way. Beaverbook did very very well. The war cabinet is the inner cabinet, and it goes between five a Chamberlain had a war cabinet of eight. They walk. Having cabinet can be as few as five at this point. It is the important decisions. However, not entirely on the on the shoulders of Churchill and Beaverbrook. There are some major figures here labor who will improve improve the war fighting and then. Arise to challenge. Churchill later in the war. Most notably is a man named Ernest Bevin. And professor I've never seen Bevan presented so very colorfully. As you have an I grew to like him. He's a trade union leader, a labor politician and a bulldog and Churchill liked him. Churchill wanted to fight out the last battle with with Beaverbrook on his left and and Bevan on his right? What did he like about him? Well, bever- sorry Bevan was a kind of a human bulldozer. He was a man he was the only man in the war cabinet who had worked as a manual labor. He had grown up very poor. And he worked as a young man on the docks of Bristol. He then he joined the union, and basically he took over the union, and then he built the union which had once been called the dockers union into the largest workers combination in Europe, and it was called the transport and General Workers Union which still exists, by the way. Churchill needed Bevan because Bevan commanded immense respect among the British working class. And and and and also and Bevan commanded respect because he deserved it. And he deserved it. Because he was an organizer of genius. And what he managed to do as the minister of labour was to devise schemes for the allocation of manpower for the various factories, and how to move people from the factory how to move men from the factory into the army at the right time the training schemes how to bring women into the factories. Bevan was in charge of all of this. And and did a remarkable job. The figure of Chamberlain however remains and Halifax remains and now it's may into June which are crisis moments your call Dunkirk because the end of may at the beginning of June. And at one point the war cabinet is meeting twice three times a week, and then sub units of that they meet in the cabinet room. We'll discuss that in a moment. But at one point in the middle of may, my notes says that they all believe they were going to be crushed momentarily that the Germans were running over France. And that they were going to surround the English army the British expeditionary force and on may twenty eighth. You make a note of an especially important war cabinet meeting between six fifteen at night and seven PM at night. This is right at the beginning of the Dunkirk crisis when the British expeditionary forces cut off, and it looks like they're going to be massacred. If they don't get them off the b. Beaches and Churchill makes a speech they've been talking about a they've been talking about negotiating then but talking about making a separate peace. But he makes his speech that night saying that we're going to fight this out. We will not become a slave state. Are they all with him at that point may twenty eighth? No, the the war cabinet was divided. And the these are the crew these are the crucial days in the twentieth century for all of us. Labor. Understood that Britain had to fight and Hitler could not be allowed to win. And I think they understood this better than some of the conservatives did because of course, Hitler had when he had taken power. He had done to death. Trade unionists and socialists. And of course, Jews and political opponents the conservative in the government still believed and Halifax believed more strongly at this point that Chamberlain that may be some sort of deal could be worked out with Hitler where he would be allowed to keep his gains on the continent. So long as Britain kept her empire. I think. Halifax really believed that it was his duty to spare England the trauma of an invasion. Even if an invasion was beaten off that it was his duty to spare Britain that if he could. And so he pushed hard in the cabinet for some do it indirectly first by basically bribing Mussolini to stay out of the war seeing what Mussolini would take to stay out. And then also through Mussolini. Finding out what would be Hitler's terms, but Churchill and the two labor men at Lee Greenwood fought against this tooth and nail and Chamberlain in the end. Although I think he's supported Halifax to begin with. He was won over by Churchill to this extent that he came to believe that Britain would receive a better deal from Hitler. If it had demonstrated that it could not be defeated, or at least not defeated quickly and so Chamberlain to came down on the side of not exploring these possible negotiations with the Italians all during June and into July. They believe the invasion is coming at any moment. Operation sea lion. We now know is what the Germans call dead. But there were not in fact enough forces to launch the invasion, they had some crude idea. Of bullying their way across the channel with their fleets and submarines it was all quite fantastic on Hitler side. But they were common. It doesn't know this. And so every day they're hearing rumors, I is July fifth, and it's July eighth. What's striking to me to read is that the war cabinet was organizing around two pillars one Churchill with the labor men. But the other is Halifax. He remains a strange here to negotiate this and the Halifax's join most significantly by Joseph Kennedy, the American ambassador to the United Kingdom, and you know, that they're in contact with the Swedish ambassador as late as August. I do we know is there anything written down about what they were communicating. Yes. But I can't I can't cite chapter and verse there were there were Swedish business. There was a Swedish businessman who could have acted and who wanted to act as a go between between the Germans and the British. The Germans would have been quite happy. At this point. If the British had come to their senses, as the Germans thought it and had made some sort of deal with them. Someone like Joe Kennedy believed that Britain didn't have a chance and that it should make a deal with Hitler while it's still could by the way FDR replaced. Joe? Kennedy lost all faith in him. So that's the basis for the continued interest. Among on the part of some for some kind of negotiated settlement in into the summer of nineteen forty the. The the invasion does not come all through June and July expected it now Churchill at one point realizes at some point realizes that it's not going to come that the next phase will be the battle of Britain. And when when Gehring launches his bombers, and we make a note here, they wore cabinet met at number ten Downing Street when it when London wasn't being bombed where did it meet during the blitz.

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Do Whales Have Pop Songs?

BrainStuff

04:06 min | 2 years ago

Do Whales Have Pop Songs?

"I'm Katie golden. I studied psychology and Evelyn Schnur biology at Harvard, and I pretend to be a bird on Twitter and my new podcast creature feature. We've you nature in man from a new perspective each episode asking a comedian to get inside the minds of animals, so we can explore the startling connections to human psychology, you'll find blood bands and treachery that make game of thrones seemed like a dumb show for babies. Join us every Wednesday and subscribe on apple podcasts or on the I heart radio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. Welcome to bring stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, I'm Lauren Vogel bomb. And as it turns out, humans aren't the only creatures the create and riff on catchy tunes Wales. Have pop music to during breeding season as male humpback whales swim along they sing the same song. Females never sing only males due to find a mate or to posture for other males the songs passed back and forth between the members of a pod each WALE, adding his own little flourishes. And as that pod meets other pods. They pass the tunes along until whole oceans ring with a song of the moment in the world of human pop music. What was the hot song of the summer will be dropped by every radio station in the fall to make room for the new hot thing? Research published in the proceedings of the Royal Society b suggests that the same is true for whale songs. The popular tune becomes gradually more and more complex. It's altered by different populations of humpbacks. But after a few years, the wheels grow tired of their complicated Diddy and start from scratch again the research team. Based out of the university of Queensland rated the complexity of song recordings of ninety five humpback whales from different populations in the Indian Ocean, of course, thirteen consecutive years. They found that over the course of a couple years. The same song spread all the way across the South Pacific from east Australia to French Polynesia lead author Jenny Allen marine biologist and the sedation ecology and acoustics laboratory at the university of Queensland said in a press release typically these songs changed gradually possibly through embellishments by individual singers. We suspect the embellishments allow bowls to stand out from their peers much teenage boys trying to stand out from the crowd. But every few years the songs are replaced always buy something simpler, suggesting there's a limit to the whales capacity to learn new material. Although there is evidently a limit to how much Wales can learn the build up and abandonment of particular songs signifies, a rapid cultural change over thousands of miles of ocean. Allen said that's basically unparalleled in non human culture. Dolphins. Do have fads too though. They have only been observed on a smaller scale an individual named Billy who learned to walk backwards on her tail and captivity later taught the trick to some wild dolphins after she was released the dolphin moonwalk really took off for awhile. Today's episode was written by Justin shields and produced by Tyler clang for more on this and lots of other catchy science, topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. I'm Erin minke by now, you've probably heard about my newest podcast on obscured. It's a seasonal show that dives deep into a single major historical event. And this season has been all about the Salem witch trials with the release of episode twelve on December nineteenth the entire season is out. It's the perfect opportunity to get caught up and finish the journey. You started or to dive in and binge the entire show, but we're not done. Just yet starting on January second we'll be releasing all six of our incredible historian interviews for you to hear in full. These were great conversations with the leading scholars in the world of the Salem witch trials, and you won't want to miss them. Learn more about the show over at history on

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Does Apple Cider Vinegar Really Help With Weight Loss?

BrainStuff

06:04 min | 2 years ago

Does Apple Cider Vinegar Really Help With Weight Loss?

"I'm Katie golden. I studied psychology and Evelyn Schnur biology at Harvard, and I pretend to be a bird on Twitter and my new podcast creature feature. We've you nature in man from a new perspective each episode asking a comedian to get inside the minds of animals, so we can explore the startling connections to human psychology, you'll find blood bands and treachery that make game of thrones seemed like a dumb show for babies. Join us every Wednesday and subscribe on apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Vogel bomb. Here apple cider vinegar has been making these social media rounds as the weight loss, cure jor. Maybe you've seen videos of Dr Oz touting the health benefits of apple cider vinegar, or of YouTubers claiming to have shed ten pounds of belly fat just seven days by drinking apple cider vinegar cocktails before meals, even if we know the health claim sound too good to be true for anyone who struggles with their health and body image as it relates to their body weight. It can be tempting to try any weight loss regimen that so cheap all natural in seemingly effortless. So what's the deal? Can apple cider vinegar really help? You lose weight. I ate quick explainer apple cider vinegar versus other types of vinegar, the active ingredient in all vinegar is a scenic acid most of the vendors. We commonly eat or cook with a white vinegar red wine vinegar balsamic and apple cider contain between five and six percent. Acidic acid, though, mild rice vinegar can be as low as two to four percent when people. Talk about the health benefits of apple cider vinegar. They're really talking about the health benefits of having more acidic acid in your diet, you could consume any vinegar to get the same effect, but the relatively mild and sweet flavor of apple cider vinegar is more palatable barely when mixed into a beverage, which has boosted its popularity. Plus there are several brands of raw organic, unfiltered and unpasteurized apple cider vinegar that achieved cult following for their purported health benefits. But what does the research say we spoke with Deborah Murphy, a registered dietitian in Chicago who says the current scientific research on the weight loss benefits of apple cider vinegar is limited. Although there have been a handful of small studies that make a case for this health remedy several animal studies showed that doses of Sita acid seemed to suppress the accumulation of body fat in mice that we're fed high fat diets the biggest study today from two thousand fourteen followed the progress of a hundred and seventy five OB's adults in Japan, some of whom. Were given a beverage containing one or two tablespoons that's fifteen or thirty milliliters of apple cider vinegar everyday with their meals and some who were not after twelve weeks. The folks who drank a little vinegar everyday lost two to four pounds. That's one to two kilograms compared to know statistical improvements in the group who did not drink vinegar low and slow decreases in weight are definitely these safest and healthiest way to lose weight. But only losing two four pounds over three months. That's third of a pound a week hardly qualifies as a secret weight loss cure as some claim apple cider vinegar to be other much smaller. Studies have linked apple cider vinegar to slowing down gastric emptying a which is the time. It takes for food to move from the stomach to these small intestine in an experiment involving just ten people type one diabetes. The folks who drank a little apple cider vinegar each day kept food in their stomach longer and their stomach size. Also swelled more after eating a meal both of these findings support the idea that apple cider vinegar could help you feel fuller. And stay fuller longer. Although these scientific proof there is still modest. A Murphy said, unfortunately, there is still no single food that holds the secret to weight loss, despite what many on the internet may say about apple cider vinegar, the only way to achieve and sustain weight loss is these same thing you've likely heard one hundred times before eat healthy and move your body. Even if apple cider vinegar, isn't the cure all it sometimes cracked up to be it can still be part of a healthy diet and lifestyle. There's even promising research underway about apple cider vinegar and insulin response a small study did show that vinegar can significantly improve insulin sensitivity in diabetic and pre diabetic patients after a high carb meal. We also spoke with Cynthia sass, performance nutritionist based in New York and Los Angeles who warns against drinking apple cider vinegar straight because the acidic acid can wear away to the normal and even burn the Asaf Agha's if you want to give cider vinegar beverages at Tri SAS recommends swirling two teaspoons that's about nine milliliters of apple cider vinegar. Plus a teaspoon about four point five milliliters of Honey and a Cup of warm water once a day, but she says don't go overboard on the quantity or frequency. There's also no reason that apple cider vinegar has to be imbibed in order to access any potential health benefits. Murphy suggests working at into your existing recipes making vinaigrette for your salads, attaining coleslaw, a marinade for chicken or fish or adding some two salted greens to give them a punch. Today's episode was written by Dave rou and produced by Tyler clay for more on this and lots of other healthy, topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. Two thousand four in a tiny town. A young woman named Rebecca Gould was brutally murdered nearly fifteen years later her killer still on the loose. Work

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"schnur" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"schnur" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You're listening to weekend, edition from NPR news from k. q. weedy news. I'm Tiffany, Cam high condolences are pouring in after the death of Senator. John McCain yesterday in a tweet California US Senator Dianne Feinstein called him, a great friend a great Senator and a patriot USC and UC Berkeley professor Dan Schnur was communications director for McCain's two thousand presidential campaign Schnur says he went on a. Campaign trip with McCain to San Francisco where he spoke with the, Chronicle's editorial board after McCain had spent a good amount of time talking. About the need for campaign finance reform and. Restoring voters facing the system one of the chronicle editors leaned over toward him and said Senator couldn't you. Please be. Pro choice We're so enthralled by his reformer in populace message made them struggle, much more with more traditional aspects of his conservatism Schnur says he remembers McCain enjoying speaking with people who agreed with him and those who didn't and that was apparent during. His visit in San Francisco John McCain died from brain cancer yesterday, he was eighty one years old As part of a nationwide day of action people around the, bay area are. Planning to protest the US supreme court nomination of Brad Kavanagh today there are rallies in Santa Clara Berkeley San Francisco and Santa. Rosa cavenaugh Senate confirmation hearings are scheduled to start September fourth. Democrats have called for those hearings to be delayed citing his. Potential role.

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Ecuador, Venezuela and BBC discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

00:50 sec | 3 years ago

Ecuador, Venezuela and BBC discussed on BBC World Service

"Border controls coming into force in Peru to limit the influx of migrants fleeing the economic crisis in Venezuela similar restrictions, were introduced in Ecuador last week but they've been overturned by a court Katie Watson has. More? Details in the past few days Ecuador's laid on dozens of buses to move Venezuelans through the country. Trying to get as many as possible to the Peruvian border before the new restrictions come in it's been referred to as a humanitarian Cardo but there's another motivation. To it's not an Ecuador's interests have thousands of Venezuelans stranded in the country with nowhere to, go and, as judge's ruling on does Ecuador's efforts. To, stem the flow of people coming through the economic situation is worse Listening and more and more. People are leaving Venezuela every day and what's being referred to as Latin America's worst migrant crisis in its history

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"schnur" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"schnur" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Help, for the. Last year Pete His work. And his, character have been the target of highly politicized attacks well his text were highly politicized his texts between his flying Lisa page. Why don't you put that in the description. Here His work frequent slanderous. Statements from President Trump who actively and apparently successfully pressured FBI officials to fire Pete he should have been fired a long time. Ago, when he was removed from, the molar probe by Bob Muller he. Should have been also simultaneously fired by the FBI All funds raised on this go fund me will be put into a trust dedicated to covering. Pete's hefty and growing legal costs and has lost income The trust is being created in, details, about, it's. Manageable be, shared here as things progress we also appreciate your help spreading the word about. This go fund me by sharing, this link blah blah blah so again a lot of. Republicans and conservatives are not going to be donated to this it's going to be you know the anti-trump. Liberal crowd that's going to be, donating here let's go back to phones on. Schnitt, eight hundred eight zero one. Eighty nine ninety nine the nationwide number how about Adam in Tampa Adam your next on Schnitt welcome to the program hi Thank you Mr. Schnur, listen to your show since the days of you were. In Tampa so it's great pleasure to be have opportunity to speak to you just wanted to say in. Terms of the Omarosa issue it's,.

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"schnur" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"schnur" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Report of a stall vehicle there and still some minor delays on the Snyder southbound between LaGrange road sixty four we had an earlier vehicle Farner Shelby road because pretty major backup there a little? Earlier? Our, next report in ten minutes. About the yellows NewsRadio eight. Forty w. h. a. s. Wwl meteorologist Tiffany Savona here with your Wednesday afternoon forecast scattered showers and thunderstorms will be possible on and off for the rest of the afternoon with high temperatures climb into the middle eighty s any rain will come to an end around sunset tonight and we could driving's out overnight. Temperatures fall into the lower seventies by Thursday morning Thursday afternoon partly to mostly cloudy warm and humid with highs in the mid to upper eighties okay weather forecast I'm meteorologist Tiffany It's Eighty-three at NewsRadio eight forty w. h. a. s. our top story the NC double a. has announced new. Policy and rule changes when it comes to college basketball as, a way, to clean, up, corruption, seen in the. Sport ABC's Ryan burrow reports one of the biggest changes by the NC double a.'s board of, governors in division one board of directors allowing elite high school basketball players and college players. To be represented by agents those. Agents however must be certified by the NC, double a. players will also be. Allowed to enter the NBA draft and return to, school if they aren't drafted for coaches and programs that break rules longer postseason bans head coach suspensions and recruiting restrictions school presidents and, athletic, staff will also be required to, commit, contractually to cooperate fully with investigations Ryan burrow ABC news testimony is underway and a whistle blower lawsuit against Louisville metro police Lieutenant Jimmy Harper filed suit claiming he was demoted for being critical of, chief Steve Conrad and his department policies but in opening statements and attorney for the, city argued, that Harper is an, angry officer who tried to get the chief fired among the. First, witnesses to. Testify was mayor Who said he stands by the chiefs decision to reorganize the department a move that resulted in Harper's demotion LAPD is asking for. Some divine protection for. Its officers will Clark explains the department is taking part in these shield a badge program which distributes prayer, cards an officer's name on it to community members who are then asked to. Say a prayer, a day for the officers wellbeing LAPD chaplain Greg get Schnur they.

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"schnur" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:42 min | 3 years ago

"schnur" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Some perspective Bruce. St James and Pamela Hughes KTAR news on ninety two, three SM It is. An interesting legal strategy that is if you think that legalzoom, is where, you should go if, you had near need of, criminal defense That Trump was tweeting And Pamela I don't understand the motivation Trump tweeted over the week yesterday that he started tweeting about this meeting with Russian lawyer at Trump. Tower during the campaign it's the? Trump Tower meeting right and it's something that has been on Robert Muller's radar, for quite some time and we've spent a considerable amount of time talking about this was the meeting where you had Don Jr. Manafort Schnur all. Meet at Trump Tower and when the news came out that this meeting had taken with a Russian lawyer and some other individuals that from a statement that was dictated by the president that the attorney wanted to meet to talk about the the big Magnitsky act which is about Russian adopt adoption Russian babies and sanctions other sanctions so so that's what it was supposed to be about. And that was the line that? We had gotten from the White House and that the president knew nothing about, it never heard about what was tweeted over the weekend was this this is from the president fake news reporting a complete fabrication that I am. Concerned about the meeting my wonderful son Donald had and Trump Tower this was a meeting to get information on an opponent totally legal and done all the time in politics and it went nowhere I did not know about it Now here's, where I think he. Gets into some trouble there okay The, president had denied knowledge of the meeting right yes originally denied knowledge but, then it came out. That he wrote the press release with hope pick exactly my giving my name's right in. This Got it so we know that, the? President's, wrote the initial, statement about Don juniors meeting at Trump Tower there and said that they, talked primarily about this adoption of Russian children right And we didn't know anything about getting dirt. On Hillary. Clinton that that was what was promised in this meeting until dawn junior sat down in front of a Senate committee and admitted that was some emails correspondents that were, given But now the president is admitting that in that tweet that the meeting was designed to get information on an opponent right so we'll admitting that right was it about adoptions was it to get about information on an opponent And so he's saying. Now. That it was to, get? Information on an opponent? Which is totally legal and done all the time So. He is talking about a meeting that he denies knowing about in advance craft, misleading statement about Krissy that it's perfectly legal anyway I think you nailed it I think you really you did a good job of summing it up and it it merely falls into the plenty of evidence, that Trump is has or will lie about something connected with Russia at some point and that regardless of what the, story is today they'll be a new lie or a new story that, will completely contradict one of the other lies or other stories and that will continue to come up and that the truth of. All this is what? Most of us, reasonable people are, interested, in and you're certainly not going to get it from Trump's Twitter. Account what is the truth is the truth the initial statement no in July of last year or is the truth now don't know I admit that I don't know. The truth and anybody who says they know by reading Trump's Twitter is obviously lying? Because he's taken about eight different positions? On it so which one do you choose. To believe in which ones was aligned to you do you think Muller knows the truth I think it is then we'll find out Hey something happened or. Something I don't know But yeah this, is my only two options your Twitter accounts not where you're going to find the truth by any stretch of the imagination might be one of the reasons why you think we're going to heck in a Handbasket. Pamela. Says she restore your, faith in humanity yeah and for this one we're gonna take you to California by way of several other states because we meet David David graduated from Texas am with a degree in, management in two thousand fourteen three years later he had a pretty good stint at General Motors there and Austin cashed out his retirement savings drove. West fulfil his dream of launching a startup it didn't. Go, well fast forward to this last Friday well David found himself waking, up. On a park bench in Mountain View California he put on his nicest shirt and. Tie and they picked up a homemade. Sign any went to a nearby highway median the sign. Read is followed. Bruce homeless hungry for, success, take a resume he. Wasn't there asking Money okay he wasn't there asking for food he wanted. A job and. He has skills yes So he said no one was hiring he had an interview. With apple back in January the job filled internally month later he was living, in his van it was repossessed. If found himself on this park bench said enough was, enough he needed to get a job. It was basically a make it or break it moment wanted to, keep his head held high. Look for the opportunity that was next went out with the, sign, started, handing out some resumes somebody took a picture of it. Re tweeted it. And saying hey please please. Read tweet so we can help David out here it, worked Google Google reached. Out to him Pandora reached out to him a product manager from bitcoin reach out. To him somebody put him up, in an Airbnb so he can get back, on, his feet he's got this outpouring of support and he is going to land. Ajami hers outstanding and what a great great way, to really take a resume the job don't I. Don't need your change and he'd your time and, I need you to see what her connections. And if you. Have. A an opportunity for job that's. A great way to go about them that's. Outstanding I can handle. That kind of panhandling house that, you and I both buddy Pamela restoring your, faith, in humanity on a Monday outstanding work we look through the double paned bulletproof. Glass we give our shutouts to DJ Tommy two-tone, we've got super producer Stevie z. and Bob McClay, news traffic weather it's the noon KTAR news expansion, fifteen minutes nonstop on deck right here on. News station Arizona's afternoon news with MAC and Gaydos. Too big monsoon storms right here in the valley last week but what does the rest of monsoon season look like we'll tell..

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Kushner Family Closes Deal to Unload 666 Fifth Avenue

Morning Edition

03:03 min | 3 years ago

Kushner Family Closes Deal to Unload 666 Fifth Avenue

"Kentucky President Trump is, preparing to hold his third rally this week he sent to travel. To Ohio today NPR's Serra mccamman reports he's stumping for a Republican congressional candidate near Columbus he's campaigning for Troy, Balderstone and Ohio State Senator who's running against democrat Danny O'Connor, in a special election to fill. A seat left open by. Republican congressman Pat t berry he resigned out of his apparent frustration with the current political climate the rally is part, of Trump's larger. Push for Republicans ahead of the. November midterms and you're listening to NPR news and this is WNYC in New York I'm David I more than thirty New Jersey transit trains were cancelled yesterday many during the morning. And evening commutes New York Times transportation reporter Patrick McGee and says staffing shortages are one cause of the agencies troubles this summer they've had trouble both. Keeping and hiring engineers which. Is a bit mysterious because they're union jobs they have full. Benefits they pay well New Jersey transit. Says a combination of. Unexpected absences mandatory staff rest times and trackwork are. To blame for yesterday's cancellations the family of President Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner Schnur has reached a deal to offload their company's, flagship property in midtown Manhattan WNYC's Ilya marritz says six six six Fifth Avenue has been a longtime drain. On the Kushner's finances Kushner, companies paid one point eight billion dollars the highest price ever for single building, in Manhattan at the. Time it changed hands in two thousand seven from the start debt. Payments it of all of the buildings net income according to Bloomberg after Trump was, elected Jared Kushner and his father Charles had talks with the Chinese insurance. Company about. A rescue package critic saw a conflict of interest with Jared Kushner headed to the White House now Brookfield asset management, a Canadian, firm will take control, of six six six Fifth Avenue the US government says at. Least six hundred children separated from their parents, at the US Mexico border remain in federal custody, more than a week, after they were, supposed to be reunion reunited but it is unclear, how many of them are still in foster care or shelters across. New York City last week mayor de, Blasios Said they were less than one hundred migrant children who had not been reunified that. Number has since fallen but WNYC's Beth Fertig says it is difficult. To get an exact count a lot of. The kids were, represented by Catholic charities, but, they, don't feel comfortable giving numbers because they say it's a moving target and they want to, respect the privacy of their young clients lawyers, estimate that at least fifty. Two, children separated from, their parents are still in federal custody in, New, York seventy seven. Degrees right now expecting rain this morning some of the storms could be bringing gusty winds and heavy rain support for NPR comes from indeed used by over three million businesses for hiring where, employers can post jobs and you screener questions to build their short list of preferred candidates learn more at. Indeed dot com slash higher.

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"schnur" Discussed on Weekly Infusion

Weekly Infusion

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"schnur" Discussed on Weekly Infusion

"Injected steroids into our readiness on or chimes at alone into the max his scalp at a low concentration but a large volume cbs's whole scott was involved out ziam right now it's unbelievable he come that our office and gets like a round of applause from them by rapper ibarra were so happy for him it's unbelievable and there that was it the catalogue did uh for the most part yeah oh man that's lucky asked as a very good pain tolerance max camp many times the of the year and when he headed his hair and hundreds and hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of thousands of injections by now more you know every month or so whenever he was in town i myself and in respect to schnur emily rafts our office of the calabasas dermatology center and each hall rated it he you'd bullet and and a yana shows me is scalps in amazing i am surprised that it had such a dramatic response for the very reason that you open with which is that it is little whackamole at a usually is difficult to treat what did you have a plan up your sleeve what would you would do if it didn't work well we talked about this of max and he said i mean he first met i will do what we can but if you get all of your hair back this is not a miracle but up there you know it's not expected obama felt good yeah freshman a course she didn't it i actually gave up on it kinda throughout the year it wasn't there wasn't there is some results of his getting gradually better be able to say ahead use shame yeah i shaved it off hardly when i came back for after winter break last year as they got me a little time with it's a cool workers actually yes six lord have been a new not worked out also elsa looked out that i went to school it's twenty degrees half the time right away nayla led on to go through a lot of frustration i other doctors people not reacting out ahead it added might thyroid doctor was october named no names but it wasn't until about i'd say july that i ate that every just started really really coming in this like last july coming back yeah coming in on a july august the summer and then all of a sudden i came into school just.

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"schnur" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"schnur" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Your brother plenty of undefined in faaa arrested and indicted now follow until his disappearance he worked at the murray street settlement schnur children they're loving it's very important to them that he be found so that he can play santa claus at their christmas play well i haven't seen in for thirty years i have no idea very might be in frankly i don't care especially in montgomery why do you believe your brothers a thief well if you promised to keep it confidential i naturally want no publicity not harsher your strong will not be publicized preparing male northern say two years ago shortly after my father's death kenneth forged my name to a check for ten thousand dollars how did you find out that he did perfectly ab is who is an irresponsible young men in shortly after the forgeries suddenly had a lot of money and when asked him where he got yeah he said he made it is a result of an investment costs that ms alive the you discover the forgery yourself mrs wonder no i didn't mr bryant who is the executive my father's estate in an old friend of the families found out about he came and told me are i you never prosecuted the matter now needs to bryant convinced me that i shouldn't risk ruining a families name mrs montgomery ever occur to you that your brother might have been telling the truth he couldn't have if you don't mind my saying so i think that anyone who has his record with children deserves more of a break from the a do you want a chance still have that force checked his hand and would you have any samples of your brothers handwriting of that period yes san kept all of the papers and the case mismeasure five gather file anti hints i wonder if i might borrowed but what pimp is i would like to see if a hunch to have about your brother's innocence is correct uh.

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"schnur" Discussed on WNYC 820AM

WNYC 820AM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"schnur" Discussed on WNYC 820AM

"Moscow government galina go do schnur is a young woman in suede boots with long brown hair and a guarded manner but good them way or low it'll hindalco my role was to be in charge of the whole project from the moment of conception soya had liaised with a foreign consortium dilschod video renfro and run the project up to the point where it went onto the construction sites yeah and it's got to be costed because daily meal yes each element at the issue above all we're talking about state money so every detail had to be approved the overall budget for the park is fourteen billion rubles how much do you think the the total bill will be at the end removed his coach than i overdid told you 14 billion those those guys are not tell i'm explaining to her that i read it could go up to twenty five billion lov into more regional was rachel tritscher unions lord sir you must know better than me that much tighter that we renew issuing near the story from you guys the concert hall is still under construction on it's too early to talk about all of this is there a budget envisage the pope i knew more than one but was 'cause we can't say yet we're simply don't know we need to finish should first but was that the with the theory that should global business and where we're just talking about the bit the business of a park so we're interested in the business side of things if the only option you perot musmus this park it has nothing to do with business it's an image project it's absolutely not for business we don't look at it as.

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"schnur" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 1

LA Talk Radio Channel 1

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"schnur" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 1

"Uh uh flagged underneath melinda uh uh uh tu wien on forget forget my middle name that's in there because you'll never remember it but it's mobile victory schnur uh uh uh i have a private page and also a public paid that you can like her facts and obtain they were going to be talking about uh it various things that um that we might think or pa are negatives early in our life they've played out as sudanese um and i have a quote melinda need the right read a stop trying to be less of who you are let thi time in your life open and drain all of the things that are holding you back from gene fogel born ready unleash your energy and girl or to that i like that big to remind you that you should relief all the negativity that have within your thoughts and within in your body and recognize that everything can become positive exactly exactly and you need to start a uh melinda i want to ask you is there an experienced in your life that means you know either as you were growing up people said it was a negative or as you always saw it as a negative dead you know actually when living my life it actually ended up being a positive aspect about yourself absolutely many so i guess i need some petition us and it's kind of a job of a doubleedged sword for me uh as far as uh you know being dragged uh very italian and very catholic and uh the catholic product was gbp acceptable in the what i thought i was growing up uh in society the and the going to church the making of your communion near the central but what didn't seem like it was acceptable went back on the nikkei up so you know my grandma straight in the vote from italy varies very heavy um our families all live houses away from each other because you you out of what the uh uh family circle was and you know and and i look back and i have to ice smile now and sometimes i laugh off because you to my mother raise does uh she date bret god this sounds like a wonderful thing.

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"schnur" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"schnur" Discussed on KELO

"Fair and value jio news time is eleven oats who from the kelocom news center i might lie schnur police negotiators today slowly coax demand out of his silver car to peacefully end in hours long standoff outside the downtown sioux falls library they were concerned that the parole of sender was armed he claimed that he was lie perry was evacuated in the entire area close to traffic we have video of the surrender at kelo radio on twitter and pictures at kelocom an 11yearold sioux falls girl was walking your eighth in hermosa on sunday when a man stopped his car in astra tree very strange question the guy open the door asked if she claimed is terrible he was long by that strange question officer sam clements says the girl ran home and called police sounds funny to ask for help finding a gerbil but it could have been more sinister what would have happened if the girl had gotten in the man's car finally it's finished at night in shows over two weekends nearly one hundred twenty thousand tickets sold and gallons in gallons of beer sold at the denny so last week mayor mike you there dressed again in cowboy garba thank garth brooks and trish year would for returning to sue falls after twenty years we know you may friends in low places that now shortly made a your friends in a great place that we call home suit falls and we can't wait to get you back in high school activities associations native american advisory council is set to meet this wednesday in pierre normally not something that moves the news needle in the state but buried among the housekeeping adams on the agenda is one issue that pops national anthem protocol reaching out to the leaders of the group to see just exactly what that means to them from the kelocom news center i might lie schnur the new rooms and never stops kelo newstalk 1320.

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"schnur" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"schnur" Discussed on KELO

"Aamir your no kboi news time is 8035 from the kelocom news center i mike why schnur it turns out that credit card users that had their information stolen at the classic corner and midway corner gas stations in baltic didn't stand a chance captain jason garrett with the many ha ha county sheriff's office nobody would have known these skimmers were there because it's not the typical one words on the outside the machine or the mess with the keypad this was done internally probably with some kind of key they purchased off the internet the sheriff's office is looking forward to suspects one of them wearing distinctive white glasses and an old maroon ta hope we have an image of them at kelocom newlyannounced candidate for mayor click rain founder paul 10 heyken has lipton's who falls for eighteen years says there's two big thinks he's learned i have an extreme passion for people i love people i love developing people i love leading people i love bringing out the best people to i have an extreme passion for sioux falls that's from at ten haitians campaign video that makes seven candidates so far hoping replaced mike you there in twenty 18 global aqua pontics the company that promise they multimillion dollar seafood growing facility in brookings but as failed to to deliver so far is now being sued the argus leader reports greg cell berg filed the papers today and brookings county calling the company as chamb solberg had left his previous job to sell shares of the proposed development to investors over he stopped pitching the idea now that the company's legitimacy has come under fire among others things global aqua pontics doesn't even owned of all way and it broke south of brookings one year ago when they announced the new facility probably a big reason why there's been no progress set the sites as well from the kelocom news center i mike lie schnur the news watch never stops kelo newstalk 1320 one 1079 whether by peers body shop it's hail season if your car looks like somebody play drums on it with a pair of hammers tickets appears on south group avenue peers body shop dot com.

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"schnur" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:31 min | 4 years ago

"schnur" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"To a crash the leftleaning 94 eastbound that's all also closed traffic flow is slowing down update in that area that no significant delays as of now sick with wtmj on air for updates the our turn to america's first news with gordon deal on 620 wtmj schnur speaks to the house intel committee today house vote planned on toughening sanctions on russia the pentagon today will answer questions about wasting millions of dollars without a specific reason justin bieber cancels more than a dozen concerts dirk rose one year deal with cavaliers and how new jersey police granted a wish to a nine year old boy with a rare disease that story in about twenty minutes listen to what i'm about to say is not a joke brace yourself brace yourself college tuition in the us is growing at the slowest pace in decades i know those are tears of joy following a nearly four hundred percent rise over the past three for decades that what the middle class anxieties of course than a surgeon student debt says we've talked about tuition at collagen graduate schools rose one point nine percent in the year through june broadly in line with overall inflation the house and wise for wall street journal reporter josh mitchell though the perkin cannote tuition on average at the rally should grow at a much lower pay that had been over the past 30 year typically cowed tuition grad school tuition when when you combine them and look at the picture is growing at about one point nine percent though it so in the past year that according to the labor department closely watched by and that and over the past 30 years have turned with abdic hankered so we're in in we can decade was growing and that three timed inflation or income years or being a bit more than quite capada inflation metallic roughly in line with inflation my son's about to be 16 a junior in high school break it down formula where might icesave go dwelt public goldberg going to be in general cheaper than private school wanting to keep in mind here is that florida inchoate hidden park shifted enrollment go there are good cut are and can late day or are we really going man tens of thousands of dollars a year at a small private college or can we too cheaper option and get or a.

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"schnur" Discussed on The Minimalists Podcast

The Minimalists Podcast

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"schnur" Discussed on The Minimalists Podcast

"Um gyp schnur yet egyptian room and i've seen a rail montaigne there and and a few other people and we we get to be there but man one of our favorite artists in the world andrew del as he went to open up for a while it's funny because league um because marai's going to be in ohio for like the two days that we have off before we we have our event honey napa lewis you know debating like when you know window i centreback home you know like a you know she doesn't want to come and watch as talk fourtimes long story short leg because of andrew boe is just like you know what you just gonna come with us on the whole on every single and she was like totally willing because lagasse went to her favorite artists do but yeah he he is the is it black bears the albaiulia black bears one of my favorite albums walter all apps it's the top three alltime favorite albums yeah it's it's so good and he has a new i'm come out this year called dived deep and his couple of things that are already out in his first album the latter is rarely mehta and so i andrew del will be there performing a set just feel honoured about that and we'll we have three stops back in our home state ohio we're gonna play bogart's dual live version of the podcast up late low reports yet we are not playing a book i mean we might have a game metag or something on stage fun we should do it uh they want someone from a new york magazine is going to be at the cincinnati oven they wanted to come and see the heartland and so i said who i'm on out too.

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"schnur" Discussed on KELO

KELO

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"schnur" Discussed on KELO

"Gilo news time is seven o three from the cal odaka news center i'm mike why schnur sue falls newest school board member will be cynthia mickelson wife of state house speaker mark mickelson and greatly relieved very hired from all the hard work but i'm just really excited to get my hands dirty and start working for the community if you follow them school district mickelson easily won tuesday's fourway race but the turnout was embarrassingly low only about four percent she says good schools mean a good community center just because you don't have kids in the system doesn't mean you shouldn't vote a special legislative session is now on the books for them meandered waters issue governor dugard has called lawmakers back to the capital beginning on june twelve to take up the matter according to dugard the session should wrap up quickly emphasis on show could he seems confident that the interim committee's recommendations representing good compromise between sportsmen and landowners closer to home the thornton flooring building is considered a total loss after it went up in thick black smoke today multiple agencies battled the blaze at a warehouse thornton used to store karp and carpet remnants at times the smoke was toxic because of the contents of the building however nobody was injured one firefighter was said to have suffered from heat exhaustion caused the blaze is still being investigated and while we were dealing with the melting thanh highway eleven near slate minnesota crew who's discovered what could have been a dangerous whole under the pavement of state highway local reports that a whole is caused by a 100yearold pipe under the pavement the highway.

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