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"shana tova" Discussed on Axios Today
"The two manmade waterfalls in the footprints of the towers with names of those lost engraved all around. Today we're going to be remembering what happened with some of my axios co workers and we'll hear from them in a little bit yesterday. It was a rainy day when we were there. There were lots of other journalists in tour groups and of course families of those who lost loved ones. That day like ray costello my brother whose name is very here on the wall by the nine eleven. The was working at the mercer hotel. Her the first plane crash then came running down here and he ran into tower one. I was found on under tower to even before this memorial was bill. There were a lot of discussions about how to commemorate that day in the lives. Lost near the site you might remember. They were plans to build an islamic community center and mosque just a few blocks away. Eleven years ago the anti-defamation league an ngo focused on the defamation of jewish people and the fair treatment for all opposed the location of that center. But this week the national director. In a cnn op. Ed apologize for that stance. Jonathan green lab is a ceo in national director of the ad l. And with us. Now hi jonathan. Thank you for having me. And i should say Shana tova. Why was it important for you to write about this during what is now. The holiest part of the jewish year. This is the annual Jewish new year. Rosh hashanah at this time jews around the world. Think about not just the year ahead but the year that's been and we engage in a process called chewbacca or repentance we reflect on moments when you missed it and if you wrong people how you hope to do to do right by them you know. I've been the ceo of ad l. for six years but it's a legacy organization with a story history for all of the successes we've had. We've also missed the mark a few times. One of those moments. Where i i don't think we necessarily represented. Our values was a decision that was made at ad l. Some eleven years ago when the organization decided not to support the cordova house. This multi-faith effort that was championed by some muslim activists as a way to try to not just feel the city of new york really heal the country and unfortunately i think that noble intention was slandered by some ad. L. to be honest got engaged in issue eighty l. didn't belong. We actually end up feeding into anti-muslim. Hate and i think that was a low point for this organization at felt like in this moment as we approach the twentieth anniversary it was an appropriate point just to account for our sense and to acknowledge the error it to seek to do better by the muslim community in the years ahead. What is your assessment as the ceo of the media where we stand as a country in terms of fair treatment for everyone. You continue to see anti-muslim sentiment specifically normalized in the media and expressed in popular culture in so many ways when demonization has been normalized. I think we've really got a deep and invoke our better angels and resist that temptation and push back those people who engage in this kind of hate. What role do you want. Interfaith groups to plan all of this. Some of the most impressive important community building is indeed happening.
WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"shana tova" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Basically, so these are their equivalent of Hamilton Madison, Jay Adams, Washington Jefferson. Instead, they got Mohammed and Mohammed. Or whatever. Alright, plates that have all been on the terror Watch list. This is Joe Biden colleague Sheikh Mohammed instead of Hamilton. Yeah, that's just gonna work. Great play tape. And by the way, that's a weird. Yeah, Go ahead. There were for a lot of weeks now. We were expecting Mullah Baradar, the one who signed the deal with the Americans to be named as head of the cabinet. Uh, not many people had even held him as a contender. But he was one of the closest associates of Mullah Omar, the founder, the co founder of the movement. Yeah, I can't understand any of those names. It's like Jim Carrey is running the Taliban government. So what? What's the significance of this, Andrew? We got we got like an all Star team right of terrorists that are now running the Taliban. Is that right? It's that's basically that's basically the the some of it. Yeah, we've We've We've handed over the entire country to a bunch of people We used to call terrorists and now we have Jen Psaki said. That they have important decisions of their partners but aren't still Americans stranded in Afghanistan. That's the point, right? Over 100. Americans are still stranded in Kabul. Is that right? Yeah, I'm not sure. On the exact number. I will tell you that there was an interesting story that is making a lot of headlines this morning about the State Department trying to take credit. For four Americans that were rescued out of Kabul. But basically there's the State Department saying we help this and it was a private group that raised private money to get these people out there saying no State Department, you bunch of liars. You had nothing to do with this. So again. This is this is all propaganda. They're trying to spin it as if they are not leaving any American behind. The truth is they have left at least 100, if not more in Kabul. Over 100, if not more, so they're forming a new government. And it's like a terrorist All Star team Now I saw some news about colleagues. Sheikh Mohammed. Is that right that they are? Yes, he was in prison. There's still No, they are, but they're trying to actually have the trial for Khalid Sheikh Mohammed 20 years after the fact this is there's a pretrial hearing this week. And it was supposed to be. It was originally scheduled for early 2020. But because of covid it got delayed and you know, because the federal government everybody has to wear like 18, Mass. And the 48 ft apart. That there's all these issues trying to actually get these court cases off the ground. The Taliban has invited six countries to take part in the announcement. Turkey, China, Russia, Iran, Pakistan and Qatar. And this is exactly what we've been saying. Our sources were correct. And the Biden regime brokered this completely wanna say happy New Year to all of our Jewish listeners. La Chana Tova. Which means happy to the head of the year. One of my favorite one of my favorite celebrations, not for myself to participate, but I think that it's important to remember all that has happened and all that will come. And, um Kapoor, I think is coming up soon as well. It feels like the calendar. The high holidays are earlier this year. Is that right? Connor feels like Usually it's October anyway. Let Shana Tova to all of our Jewish listeners. God bless all of you. Enjoy the third hour if you've got an email us your thoughts, Freedom at Charlie Kirk Com. Check out the Charlie Kirk Show podcast. Thank you, Producer Andrew for helping me out. See you guys tomorrow. This is Robert Davi. Allow me to introduce you to the most trusted name in precious metals. Swiss America. Since 1982. They've been helping Americans protect their wealth from dangerous government spending and runaway debt. Now it's no secret gold and silver prices have rocketed over the last decade. With all of the rising uncertainty,.
"shana tova" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Michael. Shana Tova to you, Lyn. Thank you. Same to you. Yeah. So Derek Jeter gets in today 3000 hits That's automatic. You had 3000. It's and of course, he was a solid citizen. You'd have to say no scandals. And I guess that the two plays Yankee fans will always remember was the, uh the flip the Jorge Posada and 2000 and one the playoffs against the A's. And then in 2000 and four when he ran full speed and jumped into the stands two rows deep and caught the ball cut his chin and, of course, The sidelight was that they were playing the Red Sox and Nomar Garciaparra. Their shortstop, set out the game because of a slight injury. And here's Jeter. You diving into the stands. Yeah, interesting. Interesting. He mentioned 3000 hits and you say the two memorable plays or the our defensive plays, but he did it. He did it hit on November home run in the 2001 World Series, which made him Mr November. So some other right, that's right. And the other guys Mormon Miller, who is really responsible for all these guys making millions today because he fought that reserve clause and soil, a player could become a free agent. And the other two guys. Larry Walker, the guy hit over 310 Times. Although is the critics will say, Well, look, he played in Colorado, my house that my mile high Stadium and, uh, got a little break. And Ted Simmons. The guy was a catcher. You know, Cardinals all the teams he played 21 years and so it's good. It's a good have you guys Have the two of you been up to Cooperstown. Have you covered any of these induction ceremonies over the years? I've never conducted a ceremony, but I've been there. I saw it. Yeah, very interesting. You lend. Did you ever come? I've been there a couple of times, and it was really interesting. Um, the late great local sports producer who worked for one hour and make our minds and kata came up with the idea of going up to Cooperstown on the 50th anniversary at the Hall of Fame opened. And we got there. And we're like the only ones there. We did live shots with. Yeah, The car by was so unique. He came up with this great. Here's the thing about Jeter. Now he came one vote shy. Being a unanimous selection. No one knows who that one person is. Or was. It didn't vote for him. The only unanimous selection was Mariano Rivera. Which just seems absurd to me because Babe Ruth wasn't unanimous. Willie Bays, Mickey Battle. No, no one was unanimous, except for Mariano Rivera. So it's just odd little lot. Yeah, well Uh, runaway jeers. You know of all the Yankees have have had great teams. You know, for so long. He's only the second shortstop. Phil Rizzuto. Of course, the order. Yeah, they're being the Hall of Fame. So we were watching a tennis. You've been watching the tennis at all one, and you know, here's to me the story Besides Djokovic going for the Grand Slam in the same year. Uh, hey, look to me. This is it's out with the old and in with the new I mean, you have 3 18 year olds making to the quarters. Including lately. Fernandez, who turned 19 Monday, and she's made it to the semifinals. Great story, you know? Yes, really these young players It's good to see because those old people, you know they're not going to be around and they Dallan veteran Serena and Venus. So you've got some young players. I think that's terrific. A Warner. Do you think Naomi a Saka can ever recover? I mean, she's I know she's had some mental issues but throwing the racket and cursing and doing all the stuff that was kind of not typical of her. Certainly changed her demeanor since, uh, she beat Serena. I mean, gosh, it doesn't look like the same person. No, I agree. I want her. I understand that that spelling doesn't count in college anymore. What's what's the deal with the spelling? Right? So Indiana, the Department of Design, they're never going to win a spelling bee. Indiana played Iowa last Saturday. And there was this freshman running back David Holman. He ran on the field with the rest of his team wearing his number 33 except The big red letters that are supposed to spell out Indiana. Spelled it in denial. I I nd I am I. Hey, that's not good. That's not a good look. No, he four guys his first game ever. He never carried the ball in Indiana. Lost 34 6 spell the name and I could use being Indiana and spell the name roll. Oh, man. Hey, Warner, Before you run, um You know, we're getting reports that Covid is breaking out all over Florida. Are you in your lovely wife Sue, a little concerned are being cautious down there. No. Gosh, I feel bad for the other people. But I told you I had my third shot. And so you know, everything's fine. We go out live normally. And Hallelujah. Yeah, thanks. Yeah. Hey, real quick when, uh, when Len and I were following the sports We noticed the trend that, uh, you had a pitching coach, bench coach, Uh, hitting coach. Well, this, uh This manager full of Padres Jace Tingler. He fired the pitching coach. And he said, Well, we wish him well, Larry Rothschild, but the translation, is he. I'm glad I wasn't around when there was no pitching coach are hitting coach or bench coach. They just fired the manager. Period. That's it. That's what it used to be. That's right. Okay. Great Warner Wolf. Thanks, Warner. We'll talk to you next. Next Warner. Happy New gentlemen. Alright up next. We are coming up on the 20th anniversary of September 11th and the medical examiner has identified identified 22 more victims..
"shana tova" Discussed on 710 WOR
"How exciting was that? Back in the day, Joe? Well, Each of these shows has been different, so I can't wait till the next variation of this show comes along. And you know what is that going to Joe? What's that going to be the show? Come on. We haven't got to the show yet. I think this was highly entertaining. Well, tell me all about Biden coming to New Jersey, because that's right. Well, there you go. Well, we do have a We have a listen Natalie, tell us about this guy. His house and cars and first floral flooded out Manville, New Jersey, one of a hard hit areas and the president want to go. Tour the area yesterday. So he spoke with this family who did lose everything. Not only in their basement, but the first floor of their house. Also, could you even imagine that kitchens and bathrooms um living space and apparently His cars. And Yeah, you know, he's been that's a devastating thing to happen to you. Your life just floats away. So I don't get the person said to him yesterday, but we'll find out we're going to find out. His name is Robert Donnelly, and we'll talk about 6 35. He and his wife, Linda, had their issues in New Jersey and hopefully it all went well now. Leader of the New York Post. It's the only place I saw it, Michael, they said. There were a few hecklers out on the and the route where Biden was speak. Really. I mean, that was the headline for your newspaper that there were a couple of hecklers. I mean, because Lord knows there were never any hecklers around for the previous president when he went places. Well, I mean, there were more than hecklers that you see the sign that said, F You Biden. You see that one? Well, how about the don't remember The lady who like, uh, exposed your finger to the motorcade of the former president? I mean, other stuff happens all the time. But of course, this is the big headline. So someone said something nasty to Biden. Well, there's headline material. So you happy with this? I'm glad you're back down. Lynn. Yeah, You know, here we go. Come on now. This guy Jesus yet, let's have some. Let's have some fair reporting about this senile president. We have, um And you know what bothers me most. Is his phony empathy. He doesn't care about those people. He just put it on the show. He's got his little pat speech that he gives the people who you know he's done this thing before. All sorry, it will do the best we can to help you, but he's using this thing for his To push along that brilliant understand to get away from Afghanistan to Yeah, I'm not talking about Afghanistan and to use it for political purposes to push that $3 trillion wasteful spending plan on infrastructure. That is not going to stop storms, by the way, All right. Wow. I forgot how crazy Bartlett was really out of sight out. Abide this. Just Wow. My God! Let's cut off the Listen. You know, he should have been like the former president like tossed paper towels to hurricane victims in Puerto Rico. See that wonderful That's real impact. That's real empathy. You know, not talking to them just throwing the paper towels. Are you kidding me? I think that's the one shining bright spot about this President. Is that his show sympathy sincere that he cares. Len Len, this man left 200,000 of our Afghani allies in Afghanistan to be slaughtered by the Taliban. That tells you that this man has no humanity. What, so ever he doesn't care. The only thing he cares about is getting to be president and having his son run around. Crazy countries padding his retirement account. That's all this man cares about period. Welcome back. I'm dealing with two crackpots here. This is great. I know I missed it. This is the part I miss so much You know, here here? I had a relaxing week. Then came Labor day and then, ironically, Rocha Shana, by the way, low Shana Tova to all of our Jewish listeners, and I was just relaxed. We had the family over yesterday for a nice holiday meal. And I come back, and I'm dealing with these two geniuses. I miss. I've got it. I missed this. Have to wait..
The Charlie Kirk Show
"shana tova" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"That's the question that what's going on afghanistan. Well they are forming a government charlie with a bunch of terrorists. That what they're doing. I mean. I think that's the that's what they're do it. Yep the we got. We got a clip on it. If you wanna throw to it gives you a nice summary but basically so these are the equivalent of hamilton madison. Jay adams washington jefferson instead. They got muhammad muhammad or whatever the have all been on a tear watchlist. This is joe biden ali muhammad instead of hamilton. Yeah this is gonna work. Great play tape for a lot of weeks now. We were expecting mulago abroad. The one signed the deal with the americans to be named as head of the cabinet. Nominees people are even held him as a contender but he was one of the closest associates of oma the founder the co founder of the movement. I can't understand any of those names. It's like jim carrey but those are blessed is running the taliban government. so what's the significance of this andrew. We got we got like an all star team right of terrorists that are now running. The taliban is that right. That's basically that's basically the the some of yet we've we've we've headed over the entire country to a bunch of people we used to call terrorists and now we have jen psaki saying that they have important decisions but aren't still america strand in afghanistan. That's the point right over. A hundred americans are still stranded in kabul. Is that right. I'm not sure on the exact number. I will tell you that there was an interesting story that is making a lot of headlines this morning about the state department trying to take credit for four americans that were rescued kabul. But basically there's the state department saying and it a private group that raised private money to get these people out there saying no state department. Your put your liars. You had nothing to do with this so again. This is is all propaganda. they're trying to spin it as if they are not leaving any american behind the truth. They've left at least one hundred if not more in kabul over a hundred if not more. So they're forming a new government and it's like a terrorist all-star team now. I saw some news about colleague. Shaykh muhammad is at right. They are yes. You're absolutely right. They're still they are but they're trying to actually have the trial for khalid sheikh mohammed at twenty years after the fact is a pretrial hearing this week and it was supposed to be originally scheduled for early twenty twenty but because a cova got delayed and you know because the federal government everybody has to wear like eighteen mask and be forty eight feet apart. The there's all these issues trying to actually get these court cases off the ground. The taliban has invited six countries to take part in the announcement turkey. China russia iran pakistan in qatar. And this is exactly what we've been saying. Our sources were correct and the biden regime brokered. This completely say happy new year to all of our jewish listeners. Shana tova which means happy to the head of the year. One of my favorite one of my favorite celebrations not for myself participate. But i think that it's important to remember all that has happened. And all that will come. And yom kippur. I think is coming up soon as well. It feels like the calendar. The holidays are earlier this year. Is that right. Connor feels like usually. It's october anyway. Let's shana tova. All of our jewish listeners. God bless all of you. Thanks so much listening everybody. Email us your thoughts. Freedom at charlie. Kirk dot com. And if you want to support our program. It's charlie kirk dot com slash support. Thanks much listening everybody. God bless for more many of these stories news you can trust. Go to charlie kirk dot com..
"shana tova" Discussed on WSB-AM
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"shana tova" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"And informative on 77. W. ABC. Uh hey, am I being too mean on Joe Biden? Don Lemon says So. Now I've met Don lemon many times. He's a very nice guy. Very smart, very Um, normal and interesting and fun in real life. You put them on that show Trump Derangement Syndrome has totally pride, the TV portion of his head. So what had done lemon say? Should we play this? Do we care what Don Lemon says, really? I Alright? Cut 17. Why not? I think you have to give them some credit for what number one getting out and number two getting as many people out as possible. And we do have to remember. There are people who went there. And we're told they needed to leave. And they didn't leave. And so all right. This is not interesting. It's just not interesting. Uh, Peggy in Brooklyn is far more interesting. Peggy. Hi, Peggy. How are you? Hello, Greg. Shana Tova. Uh, Happy New Year, right? Yes, In delicate, right? Um, I just wanted to share with you my thoughts about this whole thing of working and sexual harassment. Sure, one second, though, are you Are you Are you Jewish or Irish? Mm. Well, you threw me for a loop there. It sounded like you were saying happy New year in in in in Hebrew, And then you said something about game I did. I went to N y u so I learned All right. All right, Peggy, uh, am Irish. Of course. Uh, Irish. I just wanted to ask you, Greg. You know these these situations with these women setting themselves up in the hallway and you know all of this certain women who grew up with their father and their brothers then played basketball and whatever, like no men and Can roll the punches a little bit. I mean, there's a difference between flirting and sexual harassment. Flirting is flirting and whatever and verbal and whether, and sex harassment is closing the door and turning around and locking it. It's very serious difference, and I'm very upset that people don't seem to realize that there's a real difference between actually physically attacking somebody. And saying you you're wearing a nice dress. Of course there is. Of course, you're talking about sexual assault versus sexual harassment. You know what? Overall, I think what the left wants. Strangely enough for some people, they want a sexless society. I mean, you know for the birds and the bees to kind of come together. If someone has got to take a little bit of a risk, you know? At least in the old days. You had to call up a girl. You had a call her up on the phone. And you had to muster up a plan to say something. Because there's a good chance that her brother was going to answer some other person and you had to get by that person. And then you had to, like, figure out something and then you have to come up with a game plan. Now those big tech guys, we rely on them. You can't just walk up that you write about saying nice stress. You can't say nice stress anymore. I feel objectified by that, Anyway. They're trying to take the fun out of life, and by the way, it's not fun to be harassed, and it's obviously not fun to be assault. I'm not talking about that. But I'm talking about the over the top politically correct me to wokeness that has gone out of control. You agree, Peggy? Um, I know you do, right? It's good to talk to you, and I'll talk to you next week. Oh, that's it. Okay. Thank you. Thank you. Bye. Bye. Um I feel so strange when they just leave like that, Uh, let's see here, Tommy in Westchester. Hello. Hey, Greg, How are you? I'm just wondering where the pressure is on the Democratic Party on both the congressional reps in the House and in the Senate. I'm sure they're vets in both those chambers. That should be speaking up right now, and I'm making it a party line matter. In defense of the occupier in the House. It's in saying that they can't say the fallen Marines names on the House floor. In respect to the sacrifice these people made right down party lines, no pressure on any of the Democratic congressman. On both sides. It's unacceptable to what's going on in this country. It's just absolutely unacceptable. Yeah, it's weird. Um, there are a handful of Democrat veterans. And they've been among the worst. They jump on the woke bandwagon first. Adam Kinzinger. There's some weirdo from Colorado. I don't like Who's the worst veteran of them all. Phony veteran, by the way, Pete Buddha Judge. Um, yeah, No, there is Lloyd Austin, The secretary defense is also trying to say Oh, the veterans all feel different ways. No, no, we were pretty much all on board on this one. Thank you, Tommy very much. And wait a second. Uh, Pat in Yonkers. Hello, Pat. Hi. How are you love the cow. Thank you. But I'm going to make it brief. I think when he shows up at any meeting Biden, uh 9 11 or whatever people should turn their backs to him. And just show him they have no respect for him. You know what? That Is a great idea. That is a great idea. Because no one is registering. No one is advocating for us. The mainstream media have shut down this conversation. Um No one. You know what that would send such a message? Remember when they turned their backs on de Blasio? Nobody deserved it more than him after those two cops were shot, in part because of the Horrific rhetoric. He was spewing the anti cop rhetoric he was spewing back in December of 2014. Wow. I would love to see something like that happen. Turn your back on the On the on the turncoat. Wow. I think that's a fantastic Hmm. Where can we do this number one he's going to be. He's going to be at September 11th this week and he's going to be at the World Trade Center site. He's also gonna be at the Pentagon. He's also going to be at the United 93 site. Shanksville, Pennsylvania. You know they'll keep him all protected. And even if it does happen, like the the mainstream media barely told the story about the people being the cops turning their back on de Blasio, they'll still work to protect him. And I know it's the commander in chief and all that stuff. But I like it, Pat. I like it a lot. What's the deal? All right, I gotta go, Pat. Very interesting. Thank you. For that. I'll be.
WNYC 93.9 FM
"shana tova" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Recipe A fall and Russia Shanna you're gonna start with one cup of olive oil one cup of granulated sugar half a cup of honey. Three quarters a cup of apple sauce, two eggs and a teaspoon of vanilla. We're gonna whisk this up, then. For the dry two and a quarter cups of all purpose flour teaspoon of salt, ground cinnamon ground nutmeg and a half teaspoon of baking soda and baking powder. We're gonna fold this all together and then throwing too honey crisp apples chopped up into pieces. Get back. Buying. We're going to add this to a parchment line nine inch square baking dish. Bake at 3 50 for about 15 minutes until golden. I finish off a little powdered sugar. And then you just got to cut yourself a big old slice and have the sweetest New year ever. Shana Tova. I love that the soundtracks there. So how did you come up with this recipe? And I'm curious about your thoughts of of Tiktok as a recipe delivery system. Yeah. I mean, I love it. I love to talk all of my recipes. Now, if they're not in my cookbook, they are on tiktok or instagram reels. I have no interest in Yeah. Not meeting people where they are, and they're on social media. So if that's one way to help inspire people to cook, and I'm going to do that this recipe is is kind of a response to Two things. I wanted to have a really easy like parvo dessert for people who do keep kosher. I'm very open tonight. I am not kosher, but I love the challenge of part baking in me because I mean, who in this day and age doesn't have a sensitivity to dairy. Um, and from there, I wanted something that would be super easy. I think I get a lot of Requests from my audience. And and the thing that I learned the most is that everyone has a different skill set in different comfort when it comes to entertaining, and I want to provide all the tools so people feel empowered that they can host Holiday host a meal at dinner party, Russia Tiana and feel like it's going to be easy. They're not going to lose their minds and pull out their hair. So that's exactly why it's like Yeah, I want to have Multiple apple desserts of different skill levels so that people can choose which way they want to go and what's going to make the most sense with their workload. So to have this snacking cake and to see so many people who push themselves into like, actually, I'm going to make a caramel and do this upside down cake and really challenge myself. And just as many people were like, you know what I'm going to make the snacking cake. It's gonna be just as delicious. I'm focusing on making brisket for the first time or college for the first time that I can't really stressed about dessert. I do love this. Another one you have on tiktok, which is apples and honey grilled cheese. How did you come to this recipe? Visit and again these are all just like You stock up on all these ingredients, and then they were in your fridge for days like I have. I have. I have all these leftovers from last night. But of course I'm not serving them tonight. It's all fresh. Uh, so you start to think What are things in the fall? I love sweet and savory. It's one of my favorite favorite things ever. Um and I think this one pretty much came from about that. I started doing these Russia shana cheese boards and set up Traditional apples and honey, I put out achieved board that has apples and honey on it, but also like cheeses that go with it and crackers and nuts and really, have it be something that's Little bit bigger and more or need and fun for people to have a snack, and then I would always have how much leftover cheese and sliced apples it just kind of became. An easy thing to slice up some of that left over holla and throw it all together. Well, let's talk about holla. In terms of your What are your What are your go Choose when you sit down, you think okay, I'm going to have highly bred at Russia. Shauna, what's important to you? It's got to be round again. Symbolism Round hollow the circle of the year. Um, to me, it's like again. I'm partial to my recipe, because I think it is the best. Uh, but I think people are intimidated when it's really a very simple thing to do. It's five ingredients. It just takes a lot of time. Just have to have patience and a little bit the elbow grease and you can have great holla. But the two things that come Every time. Any time someone asked me questions, the answers typically, they didn't need the dough long enough because you really have to work it. People are have. This can like preconceptions because they typically only have experience with cakes and like, Don't overwork it. Don't overmix. It. Or it would be tough. This is Brett. We need gluten. Gluten is the whole thing that holds it together. You need lots of it. You have to knead it forever, and then you have to prove it forever. You have to let the used to rise and that's going to vary depending on the temperature, the weather, the humidity. So people are very afraid when it comes to a recipe and says, Okay, prove it for an hour.
WCBM 680 AM
"shana tova" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Have to, uh, again. A lot of people going to vote. It's a you vote. No. Uh, if you want him to stay in office You vote? Yes to recall him. So a lot of people gonna get confused by that They're going to vote. Yes, they want. They want him to stay in office. So there is some confusion on how the ballot languages word. And then if he gets 49% Or less. He's out. And then you have, like, four. You have Larry Elder, by the way, leaving the polls right now you have John Cox. You have Kevin Faulconer, the mayor of San Diego, and then you have Bruce Caitlyn Jenner, which is a joke. But you got, uh right now, Um, it is Larry Elder leading with about 2023% of the vote. He could be the next governor. California with about 25% of the vote based on this recall, so that's why the glory older is going to win. I really do and boy that would be great because and then he would be able to appoint, uh, if defy something happens to her wishing that but If she decides to retire. Then it is the governor who appoints, and then that there goes the Senate tie, which so yeah, keep our fingers crossed. That would be the first shot heard around the world. But back to this vaccine passport thing. In England. They're going to mandate Covid 19 vaccine passports for nightclubs and large venues. Hawaii has already rolled out the vaccine passports at restaurants, bars and gyms. And there's a big protest in Waikiki against this tyranny. But here in Maryland, Montgomery County is the first jurisdiction that I'm aware of the talk about implementing vaccine passports. The Democrat Montgomery County executive Mark L. Rich last week emphasized the need For implementation of Vaccine passport program, he says, to help reduce the spread of the delta variant quote. It is clear to me that we're going to avoid that. If we're going to avoid these cases and avoid watching this spin out of control like it did last fall, we have to implement a vaccine passport program. When cases are higher. There's more anxiety about exposure. This hurts businesses have already had a miserable 18 months. He says that this would be a boon to restaurants and in the other indoor business where people are reluctant to go indoors. Because of the quote unquote pandemic of the in vaccinated, but But he is not factoring in is of Israel and governments lying about overreacting. We'll get to that. On the other side of the news, the Rolling Stone nonsense over the weekend, Rachel Mad Girl got completely taken in a Duke by that one. But here we go. In Israel. They are the most vaccinated, uh, country in the world. In fact, and what we now know is that by the way in Israel, um most the media's blacking out the developing disaster in Israel, they're the most action to the country in the world. They all got the fighter vaccine. At first deaths and hospitalizations went to almost zero. And Israel declared victory over the virus. But then everything changed. And now a massive CCP virus outbreak has engulfed vaccinated Israel hospitals are full people are dying at this moment. Israel the most vaccination nation in the world. Has more CCP virus infections per capita than any country in the world. Have you heard that anywhere else in the media? Of course not. At this moment, 2/10 of percent of the entire population of Israel is catching CCB virus each day. The past week has been the worst week for the CCP virus. And this is unfortunate because the Jewish New Year Rosh Hashanah, and a happy new year to our Jewish listeners. La Shana Tova. But right now, this is just an unfortunate timing. Israel is now sending records were vaccinated. People in the hospital deaths are skyrocketing, and this is because the We've done the studies before the viral loads of the vaccinated. They don't get sick and they don't always you know, die but they do spread it. They shed it and spread it 251. Times the viral load than the average unvaccinated person and spreading this virus so again, does it make sense to require vaccine passports and have all these people in the Pfizer vaccine is waning? So far. We know we don't know about the Moderna. But right now that's a major issue. Alright, so call us. Let us know. How are you going to participate in the vaccine Passport program. I know that I'm going to opt out. I'm not going to do anything. In that in that regard our friends rescue natural supplements want a big sale going on..
WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"shana tova" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Weingarten explains one of the highlights on Russia. Shana received blowing of the show for a rain swollen, so it's a happy sound. It's a wonderful time. Of family getting together Russia. Shauna literally translates to head of the year honoring the day that they believe humanity was created. But the celebration is more about self reflection and fresh starts. Well, it's an introspective time and here it's also joyful because you're looking also forward to the future and new beginnings. So if you know anyone observing, you can say Shana Tova or have a good year. Matt Sheer WBZ Boston's news Radio Trickett Police continue to search for a man who allegedly shot at a car in a reported road rage incident. A local woman told police she was driving with her boyfriend and child Saturday evening when a man drove in the wrong lane and passed them slammed on the brakes and then allegedly got out and shot at their car. No one was hurt. Police are looking for the suspect who was reportedly driving a blue Honda CRV. The Taliban is claiming it's now captured the last province in Afghanistan. That's resisting their rule. Taliban leaders say they're going to set up a government as there are ongoing reports of brutality, executions and house arrests around the country and a new concern. Some planes trying to evacuate refugees are reportedly being blocked from leaving Afghanistan. They had had his switch locations because they were in danger. Paul Stone, who works for a U. S based charity, which focuses on the empowerment of young women, is actively trying to get Afghan girls. Out of the country. Satellite photos reportedly showing chartered planes at Mazar i Sharif airport waiting to take off but being blocked by the Taliban have been a political football and the State Department is not confirming There are Americans on those planes, saying yesterday we will hold the Taliban to its pledged to let people freely depart Afghanistan. The White House now says there are about 100 Americans still in the country. Awaiting evacuation. That was a B C's. James Longman reporting The U S. Justice Department today announced its looking at anyway to block Texas's new restrictive abortion law. Attorney General Merrick Garland says his department is researching how it can challenge the Texas abortion law that says state citizens can sue people who helped a woman get an abortion if the fetus is past six weeks. The Justice Department also saying they will prosecute any violence against clinics for people seeking reproductive Health services. ABC's Andy Field reporting from Washington. With the ceremony yesterday in Tokyo. The 2020 Paralympic Games have now come to a cloves the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics concluded with a dazzling fireworks display and crowds gathering outside the national stadium to catch a glimpse of the closing ceremony..
WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"shana tova" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And healthy year, Maybe a sweet year. Shana Tova, Matt Sheer WBZ Boston's news radio. If you can't beat them join them. Cape Cod is starting to embrace its shark reputation three summers after it saw its first great white shark attacks in generations. A growing group of charter boat operators are now offering shark tours in a region where whale and seal watching excursions have long been popular. The Atlantic White Shark Conservancy recently renovated it's Shark Center and Chatham. They're also developing another waterfront outpost to offer its own shark tours and exhibits on the local great white population. Shark themed merchandise is apparently bringing in brisk sales. South Lake Tahoe residents can now come home. After that Kaldor gets significantly contained. That's the sound of South Lake Tahoe residents finally driving home and they're coming in slowly, a little bit time, unlike when they were leaving, which is a traffic jam after the Kaldor fire forced 22,000 to evacuate. You can't show enough appreciation. How well they thought this. It's now 44% contained thanks to favorable weather conditions and the efforts of firefighters, the idea of losing our history that was more devastating than just losing my own home. Luciano CBS News Coming up in a few minutes. Evacuations from Afghanistan continue after the August 31st deadline. Right now we go to Bloomberg Business. The devastation seen in brick and mortar retail early in the pandemic, and even before is showing signs of abating. Death of retail and brick and mortar was so short lived. The brick and mortar retail is back, Steve set off MasterCard's senior adviser and former sex CEO. They're more reopenings of physical stores right now than we've seen in years, and he's the Talking about reopening closed stores but opening new ones, according to a report from advisory firm BDO USA. There have been fewer bankruptcy filings and store closings in the first half of this year compared to the last two years. Retail analyst Dana Telsey says innovation is helping revive the entire industry. Whether it's curbside, whether it's digital, she says, the convenience that consumers have is greater than ever. But, she adds, there is a fly in the recovery ointment. Headwind today is definitely supply chain and getting good. Into the U. S something not likely to normalize before the end of the year. I'm Steve POTUS. Bloomberg Business on WBZ. Boston's news radio. Hey, Alexa, play WBZ news rig. Were you talking to me? Nope. I'm just telling Alexa to play wbz NewsRadio on I Heart radio love you, too, honey. Jay.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"shana tova" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"A synagogue, you might be hearing this president of the Boston Synagogue Susan China, Weingarten explains one of the highlights on Russia Shana Services blowing of the show for a Ram's horn. So it's a happy sound. It's a wonderful time. Of family getting together Russia. Shauna literally translates to head of the year honoring the day that they believe humanity was created. But the celebration is more about self reflection and fresh starts. Well, it's an introspective time of year. It's also joyful because you're looking also forward to the future and new beginnings. So if you know anyone observing, you can say Shana Tova or have a good year. Matt Sheer WBZ Boston's news radio DRAKE it police continue to search for a man who allegedly shot at a car in a reported road rage incident. A local woman told police she was driving with her boyfriend and child Saturday evening when a man drove in the wrong lane to pass them slammed the brakes and then allegedly got out and shot at their car. No one was hurt. Police are looking for a suspect who was reportedly driving a blue Honda. The Taliban is claiming it's now captured the last Providence in Afghanistan resisting their rule. Taliban leaders say they're going to set up a government as there are ongoing reports of brutality, executions and house arrests around the country and new concern some plant planes trying to evacuate refugees. Are reportedly being blocked from leaving the country had had his switch locations because they were in danger. Paul Stone, who works for US based charity, which focuses on the empowerment of young women, actively trying to get Afghan girls out of the country, satellite photos reportedly showing chartered planes at Mazar i Sharif airport waiting to take off. But being blocked by the Taliban have been a political football and the State Department is not confirming there are Americans on those planes. Saying yesterday we will hold the Taliban to its pledge to let people freely depart Afghanistan. The White House now says there are about 100 Americans still in the country awaiting evacuation. That was a B C's James Longman. A military coup is unfolding in the nation of Guinea. We get the details for maybe season Estelle Aqua Terra Soldiers in the West African Nation of Guinea detained President Alpha Conde on Sunday after hours of heavy gunfire rang out near the presidential palace in the capital. Members of the military later announced on state Television that the government had been dissolved in an apparent coup. The country's borders were closed and its constitution declared invalid and as the liquid terra ABC news at the foreign desk Another story of Covid impacting the sports world Dramatic scenes at a soccer stadium in Sao Paulo, a World Cup qualifier between soccer giants Brazil and Argentina was abandoned minutes into the game. You're CBC's Claire Bauer. Brazilians were just settling into the much anticipated match featuring Neymar and Lionel Messi when federal health officials stormed onto the pitch. Demanding that four of Argentina's players be deported because they allegedly didn't reveal that they had recently been in England, which is on Brazil's red list and requires 14 day quarantine. Argentina responded by walking off the field and the game was suspended. The head of Brazil Soccer confederation, called the decision by the health agency quote strange and said at no point were they in favor of it. FIFA soccer's governing body will now decide what happens next Club Our ABC News RADIO JANEIRO, Brazil With the ceremony in Tokyo, the 2020 Paralympic Games have come to a close, the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics concluded with a dazzling fireworks display and crowds gathering outside the national stadium to catch a glimpse of the closing ceremony. It was staged without Spectators, like most of the competitions with venues closed to the public Paralympics are the world's biggest event for athletes who have impairments. He began August.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"shana tova" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Here ahead. We station two of our Omodaka, which means maybe a happy and healthy year, Maybe a sweet year. Shana Tova Matt Sheer WBZ Boston's news radio. The Norton Fire Department was called in early this morning after 10 trucks caught fire at the Waste Management facility. We get the details from WBZ. Sherry Small. Norton's deputy Fire chief says They got the call at about six a.m.. Once on scene they found in garbage trucks in an outdoor parking yard of the waste management facility smoldering and on fire. Firefighters had to bring in heavy equipment to remove trash that was blocking their access and Cruz also dealing with a hazmat situation. The department Environmental protection notified because of fuel leaks and possible hazardous materials that may be in the burning trash. No word yet on the cause of those fires. Sherry small WBC Boston's news radio Well, if you can't beat them join them. Cape Cod is now starting to embrace its shark reputation three summers after it saw its first great white shark attacks in generations, a growing group of charter boat operators are offering shark tours. The region, of course, says whale and seal, watching certain excursions all over the place the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy, recently renovated Shark Center and Chatham. They're also developing another waterfront outpost to offer its own shark tours and exhibits on the local great white population. Shark theme merchandise is apparently bringing in very good sales. Road rage leads to Gunshots in a reported Drake it incident more details coming up at 3 45. Right now it's time to check on business coming our way from Bloomberg and sponsored by Enterprise Wealth Management, a division of Enterprise Bank. It's 3 37. Self driving cars are here, but the next frontier will be in Japan with a test run of an autonomous cargo ship. This voyage in the spring will be about 380 kilometers or about 236 miles, and it's a really big deal for the companies working on the project River. Davis wrote The story for Bloomberg News. It's going to be the first test of their Navigation systems in really congested waters. The outcome has important implications for Japan shipping industry because the nation's workforce is shrinking and its population is aging. We spoke with the captain and she was very concerned. He estimated that The average age of the crew he was working with was actually nearing on 70 years old. The Nippon Foundation, which is backing the development of autonomous vessels, hopes to see crueler ships make up 50% of Japan's local fleet. By 2040. I'm Charlie Palette Bloomberg business on WBZ, Boston's news radio. Speaker. My smart speaker doesn't matter how you say it. Spot speaker just have it played WBZ NewsRadio on I Heart radio. Wicked smart. Look at you over there, moving and grooving again because you applied Voltaire in arthritis pain gel. Voltaren gel has been clinically proven to relieve arthritis pain. You do stiffness and improve mobility. Even better. It's the first full prescription strength, non steroidal anti inflammatory gel now available over the counter. Powerful arthritis.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"shana tova" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The way high 78 For now, though, no rain in Site or clouds, really mostly sunny with a lot of blue sky 79 degrees and end over in Arlington, 81. Down in Avon and 82 in Boston. It's 1 35 as soon as the sun sets on this Labor Day Monday, Russia Shauna begins students in the Boston area. It's just a day off from school, but to the Jewish students, it's their New Year's Day. The rabbis taught that Russia Shona Commemorates the creation of the world. Susan Schreiner Weingarten is president of the Boston Synagogue, She says it's not just about recognizing the past but also celebrating new beginnings. Russia Shannon start a 10 Day period of soul searching and contemplation that concludes with Yankee poor. We'll get to that one next week. For now, the Jewish community will gather with family head to synagogue and sharing some delicious apples and honey. To symbolize a suite here ahead. Oh, my Oh Machuca, which means maybe a happy and healthy year, Maybe a sweet year. Shana Tova, Matt Sheer wbz, Boston's NewsRadio and just checked looks like sunset just after seven p.m. tonight that Norton Fire Department called in early this morning after 10 trucks caught fire. This happened in the waste management facility. Let's find out more. Norton's deputy fire chief says they got the call at about six a.m.. Once on scene they found in garbage trucks in an outdoor parking yard of the waste management facility smoldering and on fire. Firefighters had to bring in heavy equipment to remove trash that was blocking their access and Cruz also dealing with a hazmat situation. The Department of Environmental Protection notified because of fuel leaks and possible hazardous materials that may be in the burning trash. No word yet on the cause of those fires. Sherry Small WBC Boston's NewsRadio, seven nursing home residents have died. After being housed in a makeshift hurricane shelter, Dave Cohen tells says hundreds of people were jammed into the metal building, which had no air conditioning. State of Louisiana has shut down seven nursing homes in the New Orleans area after its owner evacuated more than 800 patients to a warehouse as IDA was approaching Governor John Bel Edwards says it got ugly inside deteriorating in Inadequate shelter conditions. The power went out. The generators failed, and the water came in one of everyone's flooded over water. We have to get everybody out. This worker says Patients were packed in so tightly they had to step over one to get to another. It was just awesome. Dave Cohen for CBS News New Orleans When it comes to the fight against Covid Today is a key deadline for New York State workers. Let's find out more from Scott Pringle Back in July, the governor at the time, Andrew Cuomo, ordered state workers to get the coronavirus vaccine by Labor Day or submit two weeks. Testing, however, according to the New York Post, the vaccine or test deadline is being pushed back for em to workers and to official did send an email to the Post, saying testing strongly encouraged will remain voluntary for the time being, the email stated. The agency's been focused on dealing with damage caused by remnants from IDA and a power surge late last month that shut down half the subway system. And President Joe Biden, by the way, will be traveling to New York and New Jersey tomorrow, too closely survey the remnants the damage from Hurricane Ida. It's 1 38 heading over now to Bloomberg. For some business news. The devastation seen in brick and mortar retail early in the pandemic, and even before is showing signs of abating. Death of retail and brick and mortar was so short lived. The brick and mortar retail is back. Steve Sadove, MasterCard's senior adviser and former Saks CEO, They're more reopenings of physical stores right now than we've seen in years, and he's not talking about reopening closed stores but opening new ones, according to a report from Advise. Reaffirmed video US say there have been fewer bankruptcy filings and store closings in the first half of this year compared to the last two years. Retail analyst Dana Telsey says innovation is helping revive the entire industry. Whether it's curbside, whether it's digital, she says, the convenience that consumers have is greater than ever. But, she adds, there is a fly in the recovery ointment. The headwind today is definitely supply chain and getting goods into the U. S something not likely to normalize before the end of the year. I'm Steve POTUS. Bloomberg Business on WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio 1 39 drink it. Police searching for a suspect involved in a road rage incident. Details coming up at 1 45 home at work or if it's one and the same. Your place for news hasn't changed. Tell your smart speaker to play WBZ NewsRadio I Heart radio. Look at you over.
The Tech Guy
"shana tova" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"About it. Certainly it's happening on the thirteenth four thirteenth This time i'm not going. No i decided. I was not going to get on a plane for five hours and and be there but i am keeping close track of it so i'll be able to talk about it. Thank you scott. my pleasure. Great week thanks you to shana tova. Shana tova hey. Hey how are you today. Leo laporte here. The tech guy time to talk computers the internet on theater digital photography smartphone smart watches streaming talk instagram youtube. Eight eighty eight. Ask leo the phone number. Eight eight eight eight two seven five five. Three six toll free from anywhere in the us or canada. What a what a world you know. Look how much things have changed. Even in the last ten years the rise of these Social streaming systems like youtube twitch talk instagram. I mean even instagram's in the game now and then and twitter to they're all doing streaming video and so many people are taken to it doing great with it. I think it's very very interesting. Really really interesting. Eighty eight eighty. I don't have much more to say than that but it's clearly a huge influence on our culture and society and Some of the good bad. I you know on balance. I think it's great if somebody like Our our last caller the deaf blind potter if he can use this to create and do some exciting things interesting things. I think that's fantastic. I think there was a lot of negativity about tick tock last year And even a threat that china would need to sell it to. The chinese owners would need to sell to an american owner. At least for the american tick talk and that just kind of all evaporated Went up in smoke. And i understand in fact The chinese communist party has partial ownership of tick-tock. They've taken ownership. they wasn't offered. they took it. They have a seat on the board talk as they do on many companies that operate inside of china So that means they have some influence on it. And i suppose it could be used. I guess one concern was Because it's on a lot of smartphones. It could be used as spine people and you know not too worried about that. What what are they gonna.
Mojo In The Morning
"shana tova" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning
"Dirty for you right now. Six time champion serena williams just pulled out of next week's us. Open in a post on social media. Serena said she just needed some time to allow her body to heal completely from that torn hamstring. That she has. She joins defending men's champion. Dominick team i believe is how you pronounce his last name. Plus roger federer and rafael nidal. In pulling out of this year's final grand slams was big news where. The sports world serena road on instagram. Thank you for your continued love and support. I will see you soon. Kind of west is apparently changing his name. Lots of connie dirty this week he filed have his name legally changed from connie omari west to just why we're going to get. He cited personal reasons behind his decision and legal docs but didn't provide any other details kind of hard to remember all of these teams. I need like it's got to be a board in front of me going through a legal world without last or without a first name or whatever. I don't know if yay would be first or last. I'm a superstitious person. Has any artist had really great success changing their name. I know prince changes name to a number sign or whatever and he still had like. Maybe a couple of hits left peace and well. I'm a music arts. The metal world peace feeling puffy after but changed his name. your career was made as puffy. Your careers made his prince. Your career is made as just a publicity stunt like when snoop dogg change to snoop lion for a year yeah. That was the dumbest thing ever. Didn't that was dumber than yeah. Just kinda dumb. Yeah little stormy webster. Gotta be surprised yesterday. Her daddy travis scott surprised her with big yellow school bus and so kylie jenner was documenting stormy school bus adventure on social media. Gosh i should have. Had you played the magic school. Bus seems teams on okay so highly was explaining why this was such a big deal and she said all stormy has been talking about is writing a big yellow bus so daddy surprised her real one. I think they just paid for tacoma and hang out in your driveway for an hour or something. You should have in our neighborhood. We used to have the. I what the thing was called. I think it was called the magic school bus. Yeah they came in. Did birthdays didn't have seats. It had all the junk pads knows called tumble bus. Yeah well she also shared another photo of stormy walking around and checking out the inside of the vase and meghan allen and. I were texting about this yesterday. Because and meghan pointed this how she's wearing blue shoes and blue willow black and blue space jam shirt. So is it a clue to the gender baby number two. Did you read the caption shoe. I knew you're gonna pull this up. I don't know why. I didn't just grab it. But it was something along the lines of like my favorite daughter or like my favorite girl. I number one girl or something along. It says if. I have it right here it says dangerous girl with the blue heart. Been doing a lot of investigating these guys. So is she pregnant with a boy and also what kind of rich people started is getting a school bus for your kid. That's pretty amazing although listen cardi b. you know buys thirty thousand dollar purses and joke is there is a place you can put your kid on a school bus. Well what do you think's more extravagant. The cardi b. purse thing or dj colleague. Who bought his kid. Like one hundred thousand dollars rolex. Yeah or the or the boss. Orange is the new black actress. Ouzo deuba lost her ipad at the airport didn't even realize she lost it until a young woman and a super fan named joe secca approached her honor. Flight who's oh writes in a facebook post there. I was sitting in my seat waiting for my flight to take off. A young woman walked down the aisle and said to me. Excuse me. I'm so sorry to bother you. She said i had no idea what she was about to say but she said you left your ipad at the gate and she handed it back to me. After that exchange this fan josefa recognized ouzo and revealed choosing huge orange. Is the new black fan. The took a bunch of photos together with the ipad. Ouzo wrote the reminder. Here there are good people in this world doing the right thing and they should always be celebrated. Today marks the twentieth anniversary of steph. Twenty years ago and eight others were killed in that plane crash. In the bahamas. She was just twenty three years old. Remember being on the air that day spike remember to share it and it was and having her family and friends call in and remember her and keep her legacy alive over the years at the time she her home was one mile from our radio stations to be at eight mile in or ten greenfield and i think she lived like gallagher mile downstream hair sons by the way jess just finally hit streaming services I know her second album. One in a million was finally released on apple music spotify in a bunch of other apps. Just five days ago but some fun facts about other lia that everybody's kind of just sharing today things. You may not have known about her. She sang ave maria in latin to be accepted into the detroit high school for the fine and performing arts now called the detroit school of the arts. She graduated from that school in nineteen ninety-seven with a perfect four point. Oh gpa just so intelligent. They said had she still been living. She would have been big big not only music superstar but actress as well star as well leah beyond say i think the very similar young turks died and meghan. She was harry potter obsess. The first four books were released before her death and she just like loved. Everything harry potter. My girl shutting with bushman from our sister station. Wj be about her he had had. He was had her in studio just recently right before she passed. And we're just remembering how at that time the pop music line in the early two thousands everything that the climate was squeaky clean manufactured. Pop acts like britney spears and the boy bands and the sand in sync and when she came around. It was just the dance. Criag was much more edgy. And from the streets and so was the production of timberland and missy. Elliott was like something we never heard before. So it's it just makes me think what else would she have put out. And lastly when thirteen year. Old adam whose knicker was planning an la lakers theme for his bar mitzvah. His dad randomly like shot in the dark centered. Dm to shaquille o'neal asking for a video message to be played at the party for his son shack. Actually did it sending every jewish phrase. He could think of a little off but this is what he got and Muzzle top of your bar. Mitzvah barack hashem. Shana tova Maggie cursing at me. Jewish kid just happened to see the dm. And it's like i'll do it. And so that's what was played at departments kinda funny for today's dirty check out the dirty page and not in the morning dot com celebrity dirt directly from the source. Shut him stir on mojo in the morning..
Monocle 24: The Globalist
Coronavirus: Israel marks Jewish New Year with second lockdown
"Rush Shawna or Jewish New Year begins at sunset this evening. But for Israel this new. Year's anything. But happy as the country becomes the first major economy to enter into a second. Nationwide lockdown against a backdrop of serious discontent towards the handling of the pandemic and the Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu himself Israel, which was one of the first countries to enact stringent measures to inhibit the spread of the virus is shutting down. Again, the three weeks we'll joining me now is Alison Kopplin summer who is a journalist for hurt a good morning to you alison. Why is this can lockdown necessary? Well. It's basically necessary because our infection rates which reached a really dramatic low back in in May. have been creeping up all through the summer months and then I'm have basically exploded beginning. At the end of August, beginning of September which was really. Enhanced by the the return of of kids to school we really see that they've absolutely been able to to mark. A connection between the fact that kids went back to school on. September first and that since then the the rates have been have been doubling and and surging among the general population at an unprecedented rate before that, it was basically concentrated in certain populations, certain cities, certain neighborhoods. But as kids went back to school, it just exploded across the entire population. So this goes against what the so corona virus saw said a couple of months ago when he asserted the socio economic trauma inflicted by covert restrictions was greater than its health impacts. So can you help line the state of the economy and how these further restrictions will impact on businesses? Well. There's been a huge debate going into this lockdown as to the extent to which private businesses should be allowed to continue business as usual a huge debate over the the pain that closing down business will cause versus the attempt to to fight the to fight the lockdown We already have a major unemployment problem and unlike European countries Israel has not been fully compensating businesses for their losses. and. So there's a huge bitter angry rebellion by business owners small and large and not insignificant chance that this time around because people have much less faith than they did in the first lockdown there's going to be a lot of businesses I predict violating the restrictions and an opening for business even in the face of the of the restrictions I mean, what does the Don actually entailed? Everything must close. Everything must close except for essential services such as supermarkets and and pharmacies public offices will be open, but they won't receive. receive the public in In Government Offices Private businesses. Again, this came after fight are two privately reopened with a with a minimal amount of staff in in Workplaces So you know the economy is being partially allowed to function. That's why there are so many as they say, Swiss cheese holes in this lockdown but they're worried that you know in the attempts to keep the economy going to an extent know if schools are out, you can't have a full economy running. That they're putting so many holes in it in order to keep the the economy functioning at a certain rate that it's going to be ineffective in terms of of actually bringing the infection rate down significantly what about the situation in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip? The situation is bad there too. There's a lockdown in Gaza right now and and the West Bank is also suffering from from it from an outbreak. So they are they're not in any kind of renewed full scale lockdown, the way that that we are, but they are they're in a difficult place as well. Now, this as you mentioned a huge amount of opposition to this and people are actually protesting who's out on the streets. Well There's always been a religious secular divide in. Israel? Approximately. Twenty twenty, five percent of our population are Orthodox smaller. percent of that are also Orthodox and those daybreak cities where the ultra-orthodox resided partially because of the large family size there and how how dense their residences is that has been really a hotbed of infection as well as Arab towns and. Cities and so it's been very hard for them to specially over a long period of six months to stop with their large gatherings, their traditions, their prayers, etc, and that is countered by. On, the other side and on the secular side, the need to protest against a Netanyahu how he's had this corruption trial, they've had large protests. So basically, there's this back and forth going on why can we not gather in a? Study Jewish learning while you can gather on the streets and have a protest, and for example, why can you go to your ritual baths and we can't go to the beach? So there's there's a lot of fourth fighting and then the the biggest and most desperate cry is from the business owners who are feeling so much economic pain. So there's protests coming from from all directions and how will this affect the political situation? While the political situation isn't good to begin with one of the reasons that Israel has been. So crippled in fighting the corona virus situation is as I said, really hotbeds of infection at least as of two three months ago we're in these ultra-orthodox cities neighborhoods, and what the coronavirus czar planned to do came in trying to do is to really shut those cities down and really be able without harming the economy on a large scale to focus the approach inside these communities and political pressures. made it impossible for Netanyahu, to really stand behind his are and do the because the ultra Orthodox parties said, if you close our cities if you shut down now. If, you don't allow us to go to synagogue. We are going to leave your coalition and basically bring down the government, and that's why at every turn these ultra-orthodox parties have been able to twist the government's arm into allowing them to have more freedom than the secular public looks at what's going on in the religious sector and they say, well, if they're not GONNA do it. We're not going to do it, and then you've got a very bad dynamic there. I listen Israel forced all foreign arrivals to self isolate on March the night that was before the World Health Organization announced that it was in fact, a pandemic given the the the country is now in this situation, won't you think that other nations around the world can learn by watching this? I think really the biggest lesson that that Israel can teach the world is. Opening up schools particularly when it above the age of ten or so is really a dangerous difficult and problematic as much as we all want to see our children. In school learning getting an in person education that that is really the trigger. This is now the second time that that sending kids to school have have sent our infection rates. Rising, and that's why any kind of a resumption of studies has to be done extremely slowly carefully in a measured way starting with the youngest kids and slowly going. Up and keeping a very, very strong monitoring. On how that that is affecting the society because kids go to school, they get infected, they come home in the infect their entire families. Alison despite everything. Shana Tova.