19 Burst results for "Seven Seventeen Year"

"seven seventeen year" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

Yeah, But Still

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"seven seventeen year" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

"You get on Jeffrey Epstein's plane. It's legal. I don't understand. Yeah. But it's like it's so funny him thinking like his Hooper versus taxis bid, like the S J W safe-space college students can't handle they hot for kids the heat, dude. But yeah, whatever do. Girls are too old for him. Anyway. Oh, yeah. His seven seventeen year old girl Shawna. Yeah. Who I mean, she a babe? Yeah. She's a yeah. But. Seventeen year old. Yeah. But it wasn't even dating a seventeen year old before his shit was hot. He was like season. Yeah. Was eight. These. Driving her to school number one of all time. Yeah. Antibodies recognizing ever data kid. That was that was the best show. That was the best part about when everybody was like celebrating him like not saying the N word. Yeah. Everybody was like damn like Jerry's a real one like Jerry's invited to the. And it's the for the talking funniest talking twenty two. I asked my n word. Yeah. Yeah. That's the thing is God. Damn. It's so frustrating fucking every was championing Louis two years ago. Yeah. All this shit was on your one year one in like a year in two months ago. Like if that set came out in October twenty seventeen everyone everyone that's like dragging it on the time line would be like, oh, man. This new Louis edgy. Yes. He's. You got the hood pass. Louise. Dude, it so do you ever hear that story that like Chevy Chase? Like, everyone hated him. When he was doing community of quite hear that story about how he kept saying the N word that. Could you stop saying? Then where do you like what like prior said? I say the. Yeah. Eye in the second telling Donald Glover that Richard Pryor told you you could say that he it was funny. He was like telling Glover's well. Well, said say the I mentioned this on the podcast. There's a law and order classic episode where Chevy Chase. Yes plays. He plays an actor in the show gets cancelled for saying antisemitic style or no he and then like his son murder, somebody the horse. Yeah. Yeah. It's like no like aside from the murder is literally playing out his future. It's the weirdest. I like I had to look it up for years before there's a there's a. There's a what do you call it? There's a Washington Post article with him about him that came out. I think last year which is like Chevy Chase oats is back. Nobody is calling. It's perfect article. There's a part of that article where he his daughter's getting married and Lorne Michaels like is there. He's about to walk his daughter down the aisle, and he goes up to learning like whispers in his areas. Like, I'm ready, and he's like for what he's like, I'm ready to host us. And now, I'm ready to come back. And and like he got banned from SNL because like everyone was like this is the worst host. We had will Ferrell like who seems like a pretty nice guys like Chevy Chase's the biggest piece of shit. I've ever been my entire life and Lauren's like. Can we talk about this? And he's like he's like, no, no, I'm ready to come back. I'm so he got so Bor like seventy something years, stop drinking. And he's like, you know, I can you please just like walk your daughter. Like right now, he's like he was like trying to have an argument about like, why won't you let me host SNL like right before. Thing backwards..

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"seven seventeen year" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"seven seventeen year" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Man. Really? Appreciate your openness your honesty. Very introspective. Look that the average football player doesn't give you know, cliches, man, appreciate the heart. Appreciate your. Thank you. Treadwell guys with one of the most introspective looks that that we've heard and seen in a long time. You gotta love it back upstairs. So you guys all right. Thanks, greg. Appreciate that. And the Vikings do get the win twenty seven seventeen year at US Bank stadium. And no one's more happy than Kenyan Drake of a field goal. It's good. And the dolphins beat the bears in overtime thirty one twenty eight more scores coming up from around the league, we will get to that coming up here in just a moment for you. We're gonna take a look at the fact that the Minnesota Vikings held onto the ball time possession thirty four fifteen big reason for that was the ground game. And it was latavius Murray. Twenty four carries a hundred and fifty five yards in all the Vikings rush for one hundred and nine one hundred ninety five speaking of latavius, we're going down to the locker room again. He's with the media giving them the chance to whatever it is go down to score try for no, you know, all the crazy things that can happen any given opportunity to put the game away. And to do it. The powerful stiffer. Tuck frustration. I know, you know, I'm just. On just trying to use every Billy? I have always try and work to be better in. Especially when no line does a great job. They did today, especially given me to the second level. I explosive run. I got guy tackle me. So. I wanna I wanna make up for those things. I wanna do my part once I get to the second level. Whether it's making a guy miserable. Using a tool to finish the running Guinea's own. And so I was able to do that. What was different about the what was different about the running game today? I just think. I think the mentality again line get me to the second level. I think a combination, you know, me, boom, we just, you know, running downhill. No hesitation. I really just think mentality about it. I know there.

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"seven seventeen year" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"seven seventeen year" Discussed on Serial Killers

"In nineteen fifty, seven seventeen year old. Clifford Olson was sent to the New Haven borstal institution for breaking and entering. This was the first time Clifford was imprisoned, but his first prison was a minimum security establishment intended to rehabilitate problem. Us having raised Clifford Olson. His parents held little hope that the correctional system could change him. What they didn't know was that the prison system would have a tough time holding him at all. New Haven was minimum security. They didn't expect many escapees and Clifford Olson did not want to be contained. He convinced two other young men to flee the institution with him. They waited and watched for an opportunity when the guards weren't looking. They left the building and ran a mile south to the Frazier river. They dashed along the riverbank until they found a boat that wasn't securely tied down. They climbed aboard the boat and started the engine, the trio sped down the river only to run out of gas near van. Hoover. Another boat saw that they were stranded and helped the boys get to shore, but the Royal Canadian Mounted police or are c. n. p. for short, were already looking for them, Clifford Olson managed to avoid being recaptured and made his way back home. His parents were not pleased to see him. They urged Clifford to turn himself into the police. They knew if he was free, he would only cause more trouble for once Clifford. Listen to his parents. He turned himself in shortly after breaking out his parents believed at the time that he listened to them for their sake, but Clifford would only act when he believed that he could benefit in some way. He decided to turn himself in because he thought it would be less work than going on the run. He had already proven to himself at the prison system could not hold him and that knowledge was enough to boost his ego to Clifford going to prison was his choice. Not the government's..

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"seven seventeen year" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

14:00 min | 2 years ago

"seven seventeen year" Discussed on WTVN

"Beck program. We we continue to talk about the Brett cavenaugh thing. But in a different way than being outraged. This is what my book that came out today. It's available now addicted outrage is about without surrender. How do we change the dialogue? I'm not going to back away from this. Brad Kavanagh thing. I'm not going to back away from him. I'm not going to accept something that I think is unreasonable. But what society is doing right now is pitting two personalities or two parties against each other. You get nowhere except anger and chaos. That's that's what you're headed for. So how do we change the dialogue? We have to disconnect from what society is pushing. And we have to look for the bigger principle. The unom the thing that brought us together in the first place, and that is the rule of law and a fair society or a society that tries to be fair when you start looking at it that way and start arguing about it that way, and you start asking your friends, would you want to be judged on this standard? I know you believe her but based on what based on what? And that's an important point to bring up in that. This is being shown as like everyone alliance on parties here, right? There's lots of Republicans thank heaven. Didn't do it in lots of Democrats saying that he did right? But these are not equal cases. There are a million reasons to be skeptical of claim it was years and years ago. She can't remember any of the key details, she in the only piece of evidence, she has when she told her therapist. She the number of assailants is wrong and cavenaugh wasn't named. You know, she she brings it up, and the most importantly, she brings it up in the middle of what is quite possibly the most important sexual assault claim in United States history. We're talking about derailing a supreme court Justice over it. I mean, you could argue what Clarence Thomas, maybe Bill Clinton. There's a couple that fall into this. There's very few that would arise that this left. And not only that it is given to the opposing party two months ago. They they holding if they felt this was credible. They would have taken it forward, and and just human nature, right? When a claim comes up at the absolute best time to knock down one of the biggest things happening in in American politics. You you start with skepticism? Right. So just that is an is is enough. I think for everybody if you took parties out of it to understand you start here. At with some skepticism. Doesn't mean a claim of assault shouldn't be taken seriously as we all know, however on the other side of this. If you're a democrat, you say, I believe her you have absolutely nothing to support that there is not any in less, you have individual personal dealings with this woman, and you found her credible over a long period of time something that by the way, they throw out all the time. During me too. When we had we talked about this with Bill O'Reilly like we had a long term relationship with Bill that we had seen him in many different scenarios. And it didn't seem like these things were things that he would have done. But but even but they dismiss that evidence. Whatever evidence. Do you think that's worth they dismiss that immediately? But even that I don't have one hundred percent faith. No, I'm Rhonda. Still on the air. Right. Arm beyond a reasonable doubt. You could present evidence. And I could go Bill. He really evidence probably up, right? But my point though, is that unless you know, this woman, you have nothing absolutely nothing. And here you are claiming that you believe this person, you can't believe this person with the information. We have now evidence may come out that may convince you, but there is nothing on the public record. That is convincing at this point. It is only partisanship on that side of the argument. Okay. Here's what would you do favor? Look up statute of limitations for sexual assault in Maryland. That's where this apparently happened. Okay. Yeah. So we have. Let's see. So there's two standards, and I think of course, you'd see the parties align among these two standards if it's felony sexual offence. Then there is no statute of limitations. Well, what is a felony sexual? He he touched her over the clothes that is what was the right? So I would especially as a sweat seven seventeen year old or the S seventeen year old. I would assume that this even as described if accurate would be a misdemeanor offense, which would only have a one year statute. Okay. Now, let me go back, and I'm going to argue principal. Let's not bring in Cavanaugh. Let's not bring in the politics of this. Let's just focus on our own onum the principle that brings us all together a fair and just society, why do statute of limitations exist? They exist because it is a well known and established fact that memories change. Also, people change depending on how you murder somebody who rapes somebody there is no statute of limitations, but she is not claiming rape. So the statute of limitations in the state is one year. We're now looking back thirty seven years thirty seven years we have to look at her memory his memory. We have to look at the facts. Well, there there are no facts. This is why I wrote in my journal today. You must alert the police another societal norm. You must alert the police. Well, if I was raped. I don't want people to know it. Okay. Then write it down in your diary. This is not talking about the past. This is talking about right now what we need to do to fix this society. Is right. These things down right now something happened to you last night. Write it down Tele friend Tele couple of friends people that you can trust tell the police is the right answer. Always. However, because you know, you're you're maybe you're not ready. Maybe there's other reasons you must at least write everything down. And that was especially today, you need to put it somewhere where it can be time stamped with every detail. You know? I honestly, I it's got to be police. I understand that that's very difficult. But I hope this is what we can achieve with me to right, right? We can all talk about how I'm glad we got Harvey Weinstein in trouble because he was a dirtbag many years ago, we can look back and all that stuff looking back. I'm not gonna say it's not important. It is if someone did someone committed a crime, they should be held responsible but going forward, hopefully, the the the acceptance of metoo and people encouraging it, and obviously thinking that it's a very positive development people who did these crimes hopefully that cures the idea that you can't go to the cops because we should go to the cops. We can get evidence. We can look into it. We can people get a chance to defend themselves. People get a chance to make the accusations with real evidence to support it. And we can actually figure out who did these things. Now. Here's the problem. This is why this makes a difference. How old was Brad Kavanagh? How old was he when this happened on seventeen? Right. Think he's seventeen but she cannot remember the year. Yes. She said she thinks it is she's off more year. And it was she thinks she thinks it was nineteen eighty-two. But she thinks she certainly can't get the month. Right. Which is really tough to for defense. Right. If brick having all went on vacation to Europe for six weeks in the summer. She's talking about it would still mean nothing to the case could she'd say it happened in one or the other weeks. So I mean, there's literally no way he could defend this claim. So. He's seventeen could be sixteen could be eighteen could be fifteen. We have no idea. She does not remember the year. She doesn't remember the month. Let's just say he seventeen if it is a sexual assault not felony misdemeanor over the close. What what does that mean? It means most likely he would be tried as a juvenile. Now. Why do we have juvenile court? We have juvenile court for this one reason because we as a society feel that people make mistakes, and they even do things like murder. And it needs to be tried as a child it needs to be tried as someone under eighteen because even murder our society feels let's not destroy their whole life. Let's give them a chance because we all make mistakes. I mean, I didn't murder anybody. But that's the most extreme case we all make mistakes, it shouldn't haunt them. The rest of the world of the rest of their lives. So what happens to that record? It's sealed why is it sealed because we know the pasts of your childhood the past in the and the the mistakes that you made at seventeen and under can be opened up and used against you. When that was something that doesn't represent who you are at this time. It's very unfair to anyone. Accuser the victim and the perpetrator if you're a kid, and you're not allowed your day in court with real evidence close up to it a year in in in Maryland. So, you know, all of the details, you can go and reconstructed thirty seven years later. You can't. So we have the statue of limitations. We also have criminal Justice. We also have sealed documents. And why do we seal those documents those documents can be seen if you start to murder people again? But now by the public. We believe as a society. And this is why we caught a fight this that what you do as a kid as long as you've changed your way, you go to jail why punishment, but also to change your ways in hopes that you will get out, and you will be a better person that never does that again, everyone in his life. Everyone in his life says that's not him. That's not him. I've dated him. I dated him at the time. That's not him. He wouldn't do that. All indications. He lives an honorable life. Well, isn't that what we want from our Justice system? Justice didn't happen back. Then because she didn't report it for whatever reason no blame on her. She just didn't report it you lose the ability to engage in in to to inflict or to demand Justice on some things if you don't report it. So now, we're taking a guy who if she would have reported it would have served. His time would have changed which he did live to clean life. Would it be fair for us to unseal those documents and say, oh, by the way, did you know that he murdered someone did you know that he raped someone? That's not what she's charging. She's charging sexual assault. Which would have been handled by the courts, he would have paid his price. He would've hopefully changed and led the life that he has led what Justice done here. Seriously. What Justice is done? If it was something that had no statute of limitations rape murder. Maybe you could argue it, maybe. But the part of the point of Justice is to rehabilitate. There's no indication he's ever been. He's not he's like this. No indication. No, no. And it's a it's a situation where you have you have a person who's gone through. You know, this is this is obviously I mean, this is a guy who had never dealt with any of this stuff. He was not a political figures not an elected official. So his family has never dealt with any of this. And all of a sudden, you know, he's being called a rapist with no evidence at all. And you know, the reason why you want do you want to go to the police and have a legal view of these things early because you can find evidence and prove things prove remember, the word proof has this woman proved anything I mean, it's insane. To think that she hasn't presented any reason unless you know, her personally, maybe and just find her credible that that that you would believe her, and what is the what is the what is the hearing on Monday going to do. And it's just a here's a public performance test. That's it will cavenaugh stumble Willie say the thing something the wrong way, free cry. We'll be sweating. And now the supreme court seat is going to come down to a little performance theater. Oh, it's insane. Those that is not evidence that is not evidence. You. Ask.

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"seven seventeen year" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

12:30 min | 2 years ago

"seven seventeen year" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Com is available now addicted outrage is about without surrender. How do we change the dialogue? I'm not going to back away from this. Brett Cavanaugh thing. I'm not going to back away from him. I'm not going to accept something that I think is unreasonable. But what society is doing right now is pitting two personalities or two parties against each other. You get nowhere except anger and chaos. You got you. That's what you're headed for. So how do we change the dialogue? We have to disconnect from what society is pushing. And we have to look for the bigger principle. The unom the thing that brought us together in the first place, and that is the rule of law and a fair society or a society that tries to be fair when you start looking at it that way and start arguing about it that way, and you start asking your friends, would you want to be judged on this standard? I know you believe her but based on what based on what? And that's an important point to bring up in that. This is being shown as like. Okay. Well, everyone aligns on parties here. Right. There's lots of Republicans have enough. Didn't do it in a lots of Democrats saying that he did right? But these are not equal cases. There are a million reasons to be skeptical of her claim it was years and years ago. She can't remember any of the key details, she in the only piece of evidence, she has when she told her therapist. She that the number of sailings is wrong and cavenaugh wasn't named. She she brings it up, and the most importantly, she brings it up in the middle of what is quite possibly the most important sexual assault claim in United States history. We're talking about derailing a supreme court Justice over it. I mean, you could argue what Clarence Thomas, maybe Bill Clinton. There's a couple that fall into this. There's very few that would arise at this level. And not only that it is given to the opposing party two months ago. They they hold him. If they felt this was credible. They would have taken it forward and just and just human nature, right? When a claim comes up at the absolute best time. To knock down one of the biggest things happening in in American politics. You you start with skepticism? Right. So just that is an is is enough. I think for everybody if you took parties out of it to understand you start here. With some skepticism doesn't mean a claim assault shouldn't be taken seriously as we all know, however on the other side of this. If you're a democrat, you say, I believe her you have absolutely nothing to support that there is not any in less, you have individual personal dealings with this woman, and you found her credible over a long period of time something that by the way, they throw out all the time. During me to when we had, you know, like we talked about this with Bill O'Reilly like we had a long term relationship with Bill that we had seen him in many different scenarios. And it didn't seem like these things were things that he would have done. But but even but they they dismissed that evidence. Whatever evidence, do you think that's worth they dismiss that immediately? But even that I don't have one hundred percent faith. No, I'm beyond a reasonable doubt. Still on the air. Right. I'm beyond a reasonable doubt. You could present evidence. And I could go Bill you were really evidenced by up to the point though, is that unless you know, this woman, you you have nothing absolutely nothing. And here you are claiming that you believe this person, you can't believe this person with the information. We have now evidence may come out that may convince you, but there is nothing on the public record. That is convincing at this point. It is only partisanship on that side of the argument. Okay. Here's what I would you favor. Look upset. Libertation for sexual assault in Maryland. That's where this apparently happened. Okay. Yeah. So we have let's see. So there's two standards, and I think of course, you'd see the parties allied among these two standards have been felony sexual offence. Then there's no statute of limitations. Well, what is a felony sexual? He touched her over the clothes that is what was the right? So I would especially as a sweat seven seventeen year old assess seventeen years, I would assume that this even as described if accurate would be a misdemeanor offense, which would only have a one year statute. Okay. Now, let me go back, and I'm going to argue principal. Let's not bring in Cavanaugh. Let's not bring in the politics of this. Let's just focus on our onum the principle that brings us all together a fair and just society, why do statute of limitations exist? They exist because it is a well known and established fact that. Memories change. Also, people change depending on how you murder somebody rapes somebody there is no statute of limitations, but she is not claiming rape. So the statute of limitations in the state is one year, we are now looking back thirty seven years thirty seven years, we have to look at her memory his memory. We have to look at the facts. Well, there there are no facts. This is why I wrote in my journal today. You must alert the police another societal norm. You must alert the police. Well, if I was raped. I don't want people to know it. Okay. Then write it down in your diary. This is not talking about the past. This is talking about right now what we need to do to fix. This society is write these things down right now. Something happened to you last night. Write it down Tele friend Tele couple of friends people you can trust tell the police is the right answer. Always. However, because you know, you're you're maybe you're not ready. Maybe there's other reasons you must at least write everything down. And now, you know, especially today, you need to put it somewhere where it can be time stamped with every detail. You. I don't know. I honestly, it's gotta be. It's gotta be police. And I understand that that's very difficult. But I hope this is what we can achieve with me to right, right? We can all talk about how. Well, I'm glad we got Harvey Weinstein in trouble because he was a dirtbag many years ago, and we can look back and all that stuff looking back. I'm not gonna say it's not important. It is if someone did Someond committed a crime, they should be held responsible but going forward, hopefully, the the the acceptance of metoo and people encouraging it, and obviously thinking that it's a very positive development people who did these crimes. Hopefully that cures the idea that you can't go to the cops because we should go to the cops. We can get evidence. We can look into it. We can people get a chance to defend themselves. People get a chance to make the accusations with real evidence to support it. And we can actually figure out who did these things. Now. Here's the problem. This is why this makes a difference. How old was Brad Kavanagh? How old was he when this happened about seventeen seventeen but she cannot remember the year. Yes. She said she thinks it is she's off more year. And it was she saying she thinks it was nineteen eighty two. She thinks she certainly can't get the month. Right. Which is really tough to for defense. Right. If brick Kavanagh went on vacation to Europe for six weeks in the summer, she's talking about he would still mean nothing to the case because she say it happened in one or the other weeks. So I mean, there's literally no way he could defend this claim. So. He's seventeen could be sixteen could be eighteen could be fifteen. We have no idea. She does not remember the year. She doesn't remember the month. Let's just say he seventeen if it is a sexual assault not felony misdemeanor over the close. What what does that mean? It means most likely he would be tried as a juvenile. Now. Why do we have juvenile court? We have juvenile court for this one reason because we as a society feel that people make mistakes, and they even do things like murderer. And it needs to be tried as a child it needs to be tried as someone under eighteen because even murder our society feels less not destroy their whole life. Let's give them a chance because we all make mistakes. I mean, I didn't murder anybody. But that's the most extreme case we all make mistakes, it shouldn't haunt them the rest of the world or the rest of their lives. So what happens to that record? It's sealed why is it sealed because we know the pasts of your childhood the past and the and the the mistakes that you made at seventeen and under. Can be opened up and used against you. When that was something that doesn't represent who you are at this time. It's very unfair to anyone. Accuser the victim. And the the perpetrator if you're a kid, and you're not allowed your day in court with real evidence close up to it a year in in in Maryland. So, you know, all of the details, you can go and reconstructed thirty-seven years later, you can't. So we have the statue of limitations. We also have criminal Justice. We also have sealed documents. And why do we seal those documents those documents can be seen if you start to murder people again? But now by the public. We believe as a society. And this is why we caught a fight this that what you do as a kid as long as you've changed your way, you go to jail why punishment, but also to change your ways in hopes that you will get out, and you will be a better person that never does that again, everyone in his life. Everyone in his life says that's not him. That's not him. I've dated him. I dated him at the time. That's not him. He wouldn't do that. All indications. He lives an honorable life. Well, isn't that what we want from our Justice system? Justice didn't happen back. Then because she didn't report it for whatever reason no blame on her. She just didn't report it you lose the ability to in in in to to inflict or to demand Justice on some things if you don't report it. So now, we're taking a guy who if she would have reported it would have served. His time would have changed which he did live to clean life. Would it be fair for us to unseal those documents and say, oh, by the way, did you know that he murdered someone did you know, that he raped someone this that's not what she's charging? She's charging sexual assault which would have been handled by the courts, he would have paid his price. He would have hopefully changed and led the life that he has led what Justice is done here. Seriously. What Justice is done? If it was something that had no statute of limitations rape murder. Maybe you could argue it, maybe..

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"seven seventeen year" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

04:46 min | 3 years ago

"seven seventeen year" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"It looks like intentional. That's my goal is intention Alisher, but I needed a haircut before I went to my cabin for eight days. So now we're on like week four of my every two week haircut, and the intentionally drains out of it very quickly short to the point where now it just looks like I've, I've never seen a professional, a hair care professional. I don't think that's do you have? Do you have a plan to have a plan to hit the old barbershop? The BS I have three children. I can't remember when I get a haircut, listen, I, I don't have kids. I haven't been a kit for a while. Certainly never haven't talked to one recently. Some people say you've got the spirit of a grownup kid. That's true. Actually. Yes, sexually, because I get all my love making. I involve Gobert. Get ready for the Gobert. I'll say anyways. I can only engage in left making if there's a Ferrari Testarossa poster. Sure. Yeah. Right in a race used to be interest car bed. Yeah. Yes. So what was I? Oh, yes. I think I mean, if I know kids and I don't, yeah. They love to wait quietly in a barbershop while their dad's getting a haircut, but they can read. Playboy. Kids love playboy barbershops I think are sustaining the entire print softcore pornography industry. Ensure Laver shops have playboy. They have PLO. Yeah, that's like the main thing they have. I did not have Sports Illustrated, but it's basically just playboy and Sports Illustrated. There's not. You can't like you can't get, you know, like I, I went in there. I said, you have l. decor and they said, no, it's just people. I sure. We'll check out her l. decor semi, right? We got a couple of magazine office, ladies hair, cutting places tend to have the heavier people magazine, and you're like in style that and then they'll have an actual just magazine that's just haircuts. Oh, yeah. Haircut haircut. Well, we just have a poster of that. There's a, there's a poster on the wall that lists the twenty third, give me the third man. You'll say wait. Yeah, pretty much. Yeah. And wells by the way. It was funny responded to that anyway. Respond with little zither playing. Thank you. A lotta that are in that movie. Best movie. Yeah, the. You're the host of a pop culture podcast, the pop culture, happy hour from National Public Radio. Would you say that the third man is the best zither movie? Sure. Yeah. Yeah, sure. In my I think in in when you're talking about zither soundtracks, the third man or Sylvester Stallone's over the top. Yeah, in where I live in, where in in the neighbor, most of the neighborhoods I've lived in my wife, there's usually the poster which was drawn up in one thousand nine hundred fifty four and just features. Twelve different beaver cleaver. And then there are like one hour photo shop. It's also a magazine. Lever. Get a playboy. We've got a perfect head. Or you can read beaver cleaver. They'll also have photographs of like Latino, seven seventeen year olds with the same haircuts, but just so you can imagine it. If your imagination does not extend to altering the race of beaver cleaver, you can see how it would look with a very slightly skin tone. Those are the two things that are on the walls. There's no magazines. There's no there. There might be some dodgers bobbleheads. Did they bring a t. Where I get my haircut, they'll bring you some tea. Everything's kind of barbershops. I would imagine Jordan. You probably been to one of these kind of barbershops in your in your parameters of late. Sure through northeast Los Angeles where they will give you hard liquor. Yeah, I had a little dalliance with that sort of place that really had a moment, you know, five years ago? Yeah. The like man's man. Yeah, you know, reclaimed woods is when y'all we're going to shave with the brush and the. That's what we were going to do that we're going to keep this up. This will never become tiresome. This is the best way to do this. It's not please watch my video about it. Put this on dot com. Yeah..

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"seven seventeen year" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

06:13 min | 3 years ago

"seven seventeen year" Discussed on KTRH

"Morning news seven seventeen year in Houston this morning news journalism My definition of journalism is no longer, being mad, bull Giner than just a second but, if you have a youngster out there this thinking of going into the newspaper business for example if anybody even exist, like that anymore that's probably a failing model that, I think that has more to do. With technology than in in in our lifestyles and it has to do with the content sometimes but content is certainly become a concern you, feels like the news media, is more, opinion based than it is news based these days during us. To talk about it media critic Paul university. Professor Jeff Bacall you know the New York Times certainly has seen a lot less employment they would've they. Drop like. Forty three percent as far, as their employment numbers go. The post just now How much of that is based on a failing. Business model in technology and how much is. Based on people just their lifestyles are not liking the content I think a lot of, people are leaving the news organizations that they used to read just because they don't like, the content, anymore I think there's a sense that the news media, the traditional, news media are are not as fair as they might have been in. That you know when you go to read like a news organization website, even you you, have to make an assessment of whether they're being fair or, not and if you're reading the New York Times or the New York, Post and you know you're dissatisfied with the kind of caliber of journalism they're providing you're going to move on and you're going to go to digital source, you're going to go to social media for your news or, what I think is even more dangerous is when people just bag out of the news altogether and they become, bystanders to what is happening in the world What are you seeing in the classroom I mean what types of students what what is the motivation I mean young people who approach me they seem to want to. Be the stars they wanna be celebrities or not so much about wanting to get to the truth are you seeing that in classrooms to. You know we've had a real high caliber students at our university here but but I think you're onto the right point here that. Students when they want to go into a career, I think they want to see that they're going to something where there is some public, respect for, the career that they might might follow and I think, that's one, of the biggest problems with the journalism industry now is that traditional journalists. Are just not viewed with the same kind of respect as they might, have been a, generation or two ago and so if you're going to college, and you're going to spend four years of tuition and four years of, your time and energy and you wanna then come out and begin a career you probably want to go into career where there's some public respect and some, community support for what you're doing in this day and age Age. That's not, happening with the journal in his journalism industry and you know? And there's, another factor too as? Well? As a journalist generally? Are not, paid all that well so, you come out of college with a four. Year degree do you wanna go out in slug it out in the journalism industry. That is in decline and laying people, off and, has a lack of public respect or do you want to, go, into a marketing or public relations career our law career or something like that where people are going to, say that's a great career and also you probably get paid twice as much I think though the shares onto something here though when it. Comes to the whole fame and fortune thing because the to do seem to go hand in hand how else to explain the Kim Kardashians of the world who are basically multimillionaires for no other reason than being. Famous will pop culture has really driven that a lot but the news industry itself has helped create this kind of star mentality you, look at the, host of say good Morning America and. Stephanopoulos and Robin Roberts are are each making you know twelve fifteen million dollars to just be news host I mean they're not even doing Most of the reporting of course and so, you know the, news industry itself has created, a lot of star personalities out there and so if you're a, you know a high school or college kids you think I'm. Going into journalism career hey I want to be the star I want to be the celebrity and I wanna make the fifteen million dollars a year and, they're not willing to go be a beat reporter at city hall you, know for chump change for a few, years to get the to have the chance to do that now everybody wants to start one hundred zero. Year I was taught or I was led to believe that I was in a service position I was there to help people understand the world in which they, lived in drawn casting this was an imprint it was broadcasting and now it's almost like journalism is considered to be activism if you want to be an activist Gobi. An activist in the advocacy press has become a real problem in the. In audiences are sensible enough to notice, the difference between somebody who's trying to serve the, needs of a, democracy and, provide them information and people who are trying to. Push agendas, and I think Frank That's. You know CNN's Jim Acosta has been in the news a lot lately as a as a lightning rod and, I think. That's his major issue, is he supposed to be a White House correspondent to report the news. But if you look at, his reporting, and I'm not trying to pick, on Jim he's not the only one, worth, picking on but he is worth. Worth thinking about but when you look at his reporting it is laced with commentary and opinion and not just what has happened at the White House that day. Now I, I would say if he really wants to become an analyst or a commentator CNN needs to. Get him off of the White House beat and put him in, an analyst chair in the evening with Don lemon yeah well I think. We're back to fame and fortune when it comes to Jim Acosta thank you so much. Thank you for you, I hope you, can been some young minds working with we've got a lot of potential but we do have to kinda, help get this news industry back on a stable footing so people recognize that it is a respectable and great calling all right thank you very much Jeff good to hear from you John McCall depaul university professor media critic joining us on NewsRadio seven. Forty Gatare h type Traffic and weather Julia Harding Been a little, bit of a problem Lee Lee house. Looking, at this time out well at least we. Got rid of the accident now we've got the rush hour delays mixed in with the. Extra backup from that accident so if you're coming, in from nineteen sixty downtown you're about. Thirty five, to forty minutes. Forty five the Gulf freeway gang's all. Here beltway eight into. Downtown that's a half hour if you're trying to travel the east x. freeway. Coming in from the downtown. That's about twenty five minutes and let's hop over to the Katy freeway from the grand Parkway all the..

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Dialog Semiconductor in Synaptics deal talks: Bloomberg

Bloomberg Markets

01:34 min | 3 years ago

Dialog Semiconductor in Synaptics deal talks: Bloomberg

"And popping and spend more money because they're worried about filling up the tank and not driving as much people have been talking about that we're gonna have to see if it ultimately plays out that way right there you know if you're paying more at the pump you don't have more money to play around with in your pocket so whether or not that impacts everybody let me just see where i wanna go here i don't know you gotta the story broadcom inc worst per one of the worst performers we saw stock closed down two and a half percent the ticker despite beating estimates second quarter earnings their wireless business saw decline that triggered a couple of warning signs for analysts investors like lagging more than usual on tough year of year comps one analyst said also commenting that there was well known iphone unit softness wireless segment and the volatility in the near term going to be a key focus for investors of brockton all right so interesting as you said number two decline in the s and p five hundred another thing that caught my attention today dialog semiconductor in discussions with touch pad technology maker sanap deke's about a potential deal with the us economy this is according to folks in the know exploratory talks about a combination are ongoing may not lead to an agreement said those who asked not to be identified the details apparently not public but no surprise dialog semiconductor you've often seen this as the acquirer that's like was down about four percent today to fifteen of sixes share as the targets and optics of course moved up almost eleven percent higher up four dollars sixty one cents closing at forty seven seventeen year one other one quick.

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"seven seventeen year" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"seven seventeen year" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Run by him quick as i can't hear i only have one question for minister and that is he mentioned gun control minister what type of gun control do you believe what stop school shootings that's my only question on january twenty second sixteen year old shooter in italy texas one injured next day january twenty third fifteen year old shoot offend kentucky to daddy he injured february first nineteen year old shooter parkland florida seventeen seventeen injured march seven seventeen year old shooter birmingham alabama one bit march twentieth seventeen year old shooter great mills maryland one dead april twentieth nineteen year old shooter ocala florida one injured may eleventh fourteen year old shooter in palmdale california one injured may sixteenth nineteen year old shooter dixon illinois no injuries no deaths may eighteenth seventeen year old santa fe texas tended now what did you notice in that list in one of those schools in dixon illinois there was a nineteen year old shooter but nobody died and nobody was injured reason the resource officer heard gunshots in the auditorium of gimnasia whatever it was ran towards the gunfire approached the shooter who was shooting at him and shot back hit him in the shoulder took out the threat and that was the end now the number of lives that were saved in dixon illinois because of having a resource officer who didn't run away from the shooting ran towards it unlike in florida the number of lives that were saying it can be determined by the number of rounds the shooter had with him if he had thirty five rounds as resource lobster probably saved thirty five watt but see that's the one you don't hear a lot about because it doesn't advance the agenda of the left wing and that's that's where politics comes into it the democrats answer is banning are fifteen ban high capacity magazines now it'd be the end of school shooting.

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Minister, what type of gun control do you believe would stop school shootings?

America's Truckin' Network

02:18 min | 3 years ago

Minister, what type of gun control do you believe would stop school shootings?

"Run by him quick as i can't hear i only have one question for minister and that is he mentioned gun control minister what type of gun control do you believe what stop school shootings that's my only question on january twenty second sixteen year old shooter in italy texas one injured next day january twenty third fifteen year old shoot offend kentucky to daddy he injured february first nineteen year old shooter parkland florida seventeen seventeen injured march seven seventeen year old shooter birmingham alabama one bit march twentieth seventeen year old shooter great mills maryland one dead april twentieth nineteen year old shooter ocala florida one injured may eleventh fourteen year old shooter in palmdale california one injured may sixteenth nineteen year old shooter dixon illinois no injuries no deaths may eighteenth seventeen year old santa fe texas tended now what did you notice in that list in one of those schools in dixon illinois there was a nineteen year old shooter but nobody died and nobody was injured reason the resource officer heard gunshots in the auditorium of gimnasia whatever it was ran towards the gunfire approached the shooter who was shooting at him and shot back hit him in the shoulder took out the threat and that was the end now the number of lives that were saved in dixon illinois because of having a resource officer who didn't run away from the shooting ran towards it unlike in florida the number of lives that were saying it can be determined by the number of rounds the shooter had with him if he had thirty five rounds as resource lobster probably saved thirty five watt but see that's the one you don't hear a lot about because it doesn't advance the agenda of the left wing and that's that's where politics comes into it the democrats answer is banning are fifteen ban high capacity magazines now it'd be the end of school shooting.

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"seven seventeen year" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"seven seventeen year" Discussed on KGO 810

"I learned that there is a very simple test called the coronary artery calcium gap and that is what mr trump pat and that is what they are buffer thing chu and what that does is it look i it i it looks directly into your heart arteries and the identify plaque burden plots burden is heart disease there's no other way around it he has a score of 133 which means he has plaque in his artery fortunately for him if that a very early stage and through probably some medical therapy and help style changes you know he'll he'll continue to launch live along and healthy life i created no more broken hearts though because when i learned about this task and learned that we as the american public we don't get it with nobody talks about it we don't even know about it and yet the president and the united states it's part of his angle boutin make any sense to me a dozen and by the way i actually have to ask you to name that test again because i've not had it i'm i'm in my forty is now i'm a man both my grandfather's had issues with heart disease was this test it called at coronary artery in 100dollar attack if you have a doctor's referral and most doctors it because based upon how we view a person's heart health from the framing ham lewis predictor scale we'll tell you you don't need it and as you said it beginning of your program we all know somebody or we know somebody who knows somebody who had a heart attack i get stories every week and it's not your sixty seven seventeen year old men or women it your forty and fifty five year old healthy looking passing their standard test but have a plaque burden nut can be identified very easily and managed to monitor trump has heart disease he has a score of a hundred and thirty three and i believe what they showed on cnn yesterday is that he had a score several years the go heath had this test three times and it has pumped west that's the whole point about getting the score in the first place is you want to dot the progression of any kind of pot and most of the time it through diet and lifestyle changes and you know medical.

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"seven seventeen year" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"seven seventeen year" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"That wasn't they did so there was no who was a compliment okay well ladies sightings am using the dating when i would say is i guess you find yourself to be uh even though you may one not to admit it quite a ladies man when you were younger yes uh i was in the first lady but much still physically attacked usually might intelligent um we have fun funds news talk to me when i was young those seventeen and you went out ladies at lisa he eight that to me is the perfect say true today it sounds to me hold seven seventeen year old boys dating 38yearold women that is nothing wrong with that right right uh you are you married rubin yeah i'm sorry to say yes or no hi fitting that no no united mary okay 'cause i was gonna ask you what your wife would take in this for what uh what else would you like to tell us about the sport that you haven't been asked so far reid asked for their exporter uh girl friend of mine is absolutely wonderful um as as women do two two don't adoration of women baishi's pre well that's our did did you have a lot of these poems written before you wrote the bore before you actually put him and to book content yeah yeah that was the paths of these little two seven one of those times that i that i just saw italy's uh making love them even men like them i mean one logging that a house sent me he was studying these it is they didn't actually have any children house my both now they go free uh he's there's a as inspired by my book they start rules liking melted into each other on uh that is why you're helping you helping to reply populate the world well that's what i saw yeah yeah the other thing of all is to tell people to sleep especially is not the englishspeaking countries helped to speak english best because the thirty is uh let me just seeking a let's not how can it isn't it it's been great having you are the neighbours roof it are bells the name of the book is she obtained ten handcuffs it is written by lee their lives i take you very much of a number one next yes right after the break.

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"seven seventeen year" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"seven seventeen year" Discussed on KKAT

"Climate change and now all the left going nuts he does it all difference drew weather an an and climate change one incident that does not does make climate change one way or another will you weren't say next couple of weeks ago with the wildfires in california right i'm looking right here wildfires wide flyers two hurricanes twenty seven seventeen year of disasters carried the climate change cause by christmas wildfires how climate change puts california at risk california wildfires newsweek what happens when trump's epa ignores obama's climate change rules site wildfires marked the new reality of climate change in 2017 there was i just all headline earlier i didn't even ridden story uh the uh the the entire planet could turn into a desert without action on climate change well you you can't you can't have it both ways and as you and i've always talked about before we always have a great time you know teasing because it is the left that will use a particular hurricane as they did this past year right remember the hurricane that the the hurricanes in texas from at while they deserved it because they didn't care about climate change yes yeah i mean that saw and that was a florida teacher well i know one of them was the fourth teacher that did that um and i think he was dismissed i'm not sure if he was or had to apologise one of the two avid saying that the re that it's mostly a republican state and they don't support climate change so they deserve bright the hurricane okay but that's the mentality so then they they try and fight back in its whole larry's i think the president clearly noses and knows that he's going to throats of now at just ask them go crazy over while.

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"seven seventeen year" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"seven seventeen year" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Bull character tbi mm yeah one with patrick game rudolf with your nose sin reid good upi once men now now the reindeer has the shouted we should have heard of rudolf you've red nosed reindeer down right mr the this and grohmann the rent no me his red no milloin dollar red nosed reindeer provia ren ray charles lin an luther loved that he's still these still still group it in they aren't you did in a rare though laura hey i was looking at some of these top movies i'm not going to give you this list because i mean i don't know who these people are bucci now i've seen some movies in 2017 with some of these have you ever heard of three billboards outside ebbing missouri old that was my favorite movie of the whole year what i've never heard at all these critics are given that the of the like their number one number two a move on what the heck is that critics are like three billboards outside ebbing missouri is the film of the year man changed my life the killing of a sacred dear now yet i have heard here logan ever to them yeah that was the hot styles in heard event the big sick have you're the big thing i have graduation white feel like the big sick you can't get over this crap omo the big christmas the unlike i call me by your name you're david alan co new movie about his life uh yeah i think it's about to gain guys uh okay event uh what could be his prisonniers years could fully could after that uh sunbaked romance between seven seventeen year old aleo and 24yearold doctorate student oliver oh yeah that's what i want to go see a great number nine detroit's that's a about police brutality of course of course uh and number ten on this guy's list the post this is against this is that the thing with them in the one we were told the of the they're not going to a screen this thing of the bar at the white house calls tom hanks than want to so uh well they go hey the folks at the epa or skid dabbling they're leaving in droves uh and that means good news because they don't like trump's agenda we'll talk about that we come.

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"seven seventeen year" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"seven seventeen year" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Was shot early this morning and fort dodge police there seven seventeen year old showed up at a local hospital with a gunshot wound to his lower leg investigators say they're not clear how it happened anyone with information is asked to call police two little girls ages five and nine walking home from school tuesday afternoon in iowa city say a man in a red car expose tim self twice bacon the information we were provided it appears that the suspect look at himself up in the heat who he could explode sawtooth predicament of circumstance i was city police sergeant scott garda he tells who radio news the children told police he turned around drove past and did it again our top national story of funds been set up to help the family of the i will woman who was killed in the mass shooting in las vegas sunday night the family of carly cree bomb did not know for two days where she was or how she was she had gone to that concert with a couple of women friends who are from sutherland iowa this thing tung where she lives with her husband and two young children they've now learned that she was among those killed and that that a fund to help the families been set up at the security state bank of sutherland iowa president donald trump today eker the thoughts of many americans have watched with horror the mass shooting in las vegas last weekend i visited the hospital earlier today were many victims are still recovering from their wounds and we as good ease their suffering and to speed their healing the president visiting las vegas today who radio news time now for owed to we've got a look at traffic and.

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"seven seventeen year" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"seven seventeen year" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Would include taiwan in that john you were born at sixty seven seventeen years after the korean war started do you remember as a child when you grew up what did they say a above the korean war when you were a kid object came to the united states when i was less than one years old law you a horrible things by jewish you who are born in south korea and gone and i knew where it was good but the ibf if history serves me right yes japan occupied korea during the war right yes from 1901 five two nine fortyfive and then when japan lost we with with the soviets and i guess the chinese did we chop careers that what happened either with the kind of race you know the soviets came from the north and the nicest came as south in the thirty eight parallel now we're the dmz is is roughly where the the two armies decided to agree but the country up but it was supposed to be temporary and eventually was supposed to be reunited but it became permanent when the cold war cricket this if you remember germany same thing up until four zone yeah and it was always but that was a temporary arrangement but it hardened and into something permanent because of the cold war why did they punish korea in not leaded comeback as a whole country at the time it it's interesting i don't think it was necessarily um and had show the punish creates just uh there it was kind of a race at the end of world war two a land grab as because both a soviets in the united states wanted to try to control their part of their uh and also you might remember then it kinda hard into also because uh china falling to the communists which occurred from forty five to fifty if that had happened in china had on under the communist the north korea probably would have become ultimately reunited and you know bo one key one capitalist market economy in a democracy but because china fell to the communists in north korea had that base of support which it's had ever since first time caller in medford oregon welcome to the.

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"seven seventeen year" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"seven seventeen year" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And so they see these period a period of western superiority and corneal was them as this aberration and now that are konomi is back is growing iskoe most of the biggest one in the world there about the surpasses uh and they have a population they want to restore what they think of as their historical territory and so yeah i think and they and they would include taiwan in that john you were born at sixty seven seventeen years after the korean war started do you remember as a child when you grew up what did they say about the korean war when you were a kid actually i came to the united states when i was less than one years old law you are horrible things by it was you who are born in south korea and gone and i knew where it was good but give if history serves me right yes japan occupied korea during the war right yes from nineteen of five two 1945 five and then when japan lost we with with the soviets and i guess the chinese did we chop up careers out what happened either with the kind of race you know the soviets came from the north and the nicest came as south in the thirty eight parallel now we're the dmz is is roughly where the two armies decided to agree to split the country up but it was pushed pippi temporary and eventually was supposed to be reunited but it became permanent when the cold war cricket this if you remember germany same thing up until four zone yeah and it was always thought that was a temporary arrangement but it hardened into a something per german at because of the cold war why did they punish korea in not let it comeback as a whole country at the time it it's interesting i don't think it was necessarily um and had shaw the punish creates just uh there it was kind of a race at the end of world war two a land grab as because both the soviets and the.

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"seven seventeen year" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"seven seventeen year" Discussed on WLAC

"As a deviation and from their historical mission and so they see these period the period of western superiority and colonialism as this aberration and now that their konomi is fact is growing school almost the biggest one in the world there are about to surpass uh and they have a huge population they want to restore what they think of as their there historical territory and so yeah i think and they and they would include taiwan in that chun you were born in sixty seven seventeen years after the korean war started do you remember as a child when you grew up what did they say about the korean war when you were a kid actually i came to the united states when i was less than one years old uh huh amanda you over here things but i don't ever and you wish you were born in south korea and gone and i knew where it was good but i give if history serves me right yes japan occupied korea during the war right yes from mine nineteen of five two 1945 and then when japan lost we with with the soviets and i guess the chinese did we chop up careers that what happened with the kind of race you know the soviets came from the north and the nicest came as south in the thirty eight parallel now where the dmz is roughly where the two army he's decided to agree to split the country up but it was pleased to be temporary and eventually was supposed to be reunited but it became permanent when the cold war cricket if you remember germany's same thing i've been to forge zone yeah and it was always thought that was a temporary arrangement but it hardened and to a something permanent peace because of the cold war why did they punish korea in not leaded comeback as a whole country at the time it it's interesting i don't think it was necessarily um intentional the punish creates just uh there it was kind of a race at the.

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"seven seventeen year" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"seven seventeen year" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And so they see these period the period of western superiority and colonialism as this aberration and now that their konomi is back is growing iskoe most of the biggest one in the world there about to surpass us uh and they have a chief population they want to restore what they think of as their his stoorikhel territory and so yeah i think and they and they would include taiwan in that john you were born at sixty seven seventeen years after the korean war started do you remember as a child when you grew up what did they say about the korean war when you were a kid i actually i came to the united states when i was less than one years old uh huh do you right over things but i don't think it was you who are born in south korea and gone i knew where it was good but i'd be if if history serves me right yes japan occupied korea during the war right yes from on nineteen of five two 1945 and then when japan lost we with with the soviets and i guess the chinese did we chop up korea's out what happened if there was a kind of race you know the soviets came from the north in the nicest came as south in the thirty eight th parallel now we're the dmz is is roughly where the two are mees decided to agree a split the country up but it was supposed to be temporary and eventually was supposed to be reunited but it became permanent when the cold war coaches if you remember germany same thing up until four zone yeah and it was always thought that was a temporary arrangement but it hardened and to a something permanent be because of the cold war why did they punish korea in not leaded comeback as a whole country at the time it it's interesting i don't think it was necessarily um intentional the punish creates just uh there it was kind of a race at the end of world war two a lamb ground has because both the soviets and the united states wanted to try to control their part i'm they were uh.

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