32 Burst results for "Sharman"
Pham Homers Leading off, Padres Pile on in 8-1 Win Over A's
"The Padres at fourteen hits in going to be the eighth eight to one Blake Snell grinded through five innings giving up six hits and one run striking out six to get the win the W. and and five minutes it's huge for non medicine they're considered sock boots all week quicker outs and find a way to you know get six seven eight nine tanti fan homered singled and had two RBIs Austin Nolan Trent Grisham also had two runs batted in ace lefty Sharman I I got the loss he lasted for third innings allowed eight hits and five runs starling Marte hit his first home run in eighties uniform but the green and gold were for thirteen with runners in scoring position why only on Oakland
Manaea 9 KS, Chapman Homers for A’s in 10–4 Win Over Padres
"Sharman I it took a perfect game into the sixth inning and Matt Chapman smacked a three run Homer in the athletics ten four blowout over the Padres when I it kept the Padres off the base paths until he issued a one out walk to jurickson Profar and pinch hitter Eric Hosmer followed with a bloop single every time I go out there just you know get a little more confidence in my stuff and you know just going out there and transaction terms so anyway can avoid one Elvis Andrus had three hits and two RBIs for the ace who split the two game series mark Hanna added RBI singles in the second and fourth innings Blake snow had another short outing for San Diego allowing seven runs and seven hits in four innings I'm Dave Ferrie
"sharman" Discussed on Band It About - Podcast Series
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"sharman" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
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"sharman" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
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"sharman" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"Is you buy that box that serially opening up to have a bowl? There's just one of them left because he's beat everybody else in there, And here's the other thing. If you believe If you really believe that those Sharman bears are that worried about hygiene. Let me tell, you Know, d n R Ranger or what have you officer has ever come upon bear scat That's got a little piece of Sharman decided. Never. It has never happened. Uh, Man. Have we ever lost it? Oh, Just come on, Everybody breathe Exactly. Everybody breathe, by the way. Speaking of breathing, yes, figure breathing. George's private force produce enough oxygen for 22 million residents to breathe every year, enough oxygen for 22 million people. We don't have that many people in the state and those are some hardworking trees right there. No kidding. I'm telling everybody Exhale. Make sure that they're I don't worry about the carbon emissions because the trees love it. Just wait goes I'm still thinking about the chocolate Santas with the Mass to that It's just like those blown glass ornaments with Santa with the mask. I'm like, No, I don't wanna be reminded of that. And I hope they don't sell any of those goofy blown glass rolls of toilet paper either with 2020 emblazoned on him. I'm not. No, I don't know, even want to think about any of this depressing stuff. If you're gonna buy me a roll of toilet paper, better be the real thing. Felt Maiken. Actually, he is. Let's be practical. It's just Yeah. Sorry. When memories air already ingrained in our minds, I don't think we need a tacky Christmas ornament Chocolate Santa with a mass to remind us which, basically that chocolate Santa with a mask is just a walking, talking. Poke in the eye. Thank you. I don't need that. 7 53 Ugo. Okay,.
Kentucky honors late offensive line coach with delay of game tribute and 10-man formation on first play
"Memorials around college football today, Kentucky and their first game since losing their offensive line coach John Sharman to cancer this week honored him by lining up without a left guard on the opening play. The delay of game penalty was issued, but their opponent, Vanderbilt declined that penalty before Kentucky player entered the game wearing Sharman's Jersey number 65 at Marshall, the 16th ranked thundering herd. Up big over Middle Tennessee state. It was an emotional day for the program. It was on this day 50 years ago that the team's plane crashed, claiming the lives of all 75 people on board and as they do every time this year, this time every year, Marshall wearing the 75 names on their helmets and what they call the 75 game, and it's a game that their coach Doc Holliday, Has never lost. Rob would work w T o p sports after
Work From Home and Pandemic Burnout
"Your host, Misty Lynch and say we're gonna talk about burnout. In particular professional burnout. Now burnouts defined as the state of emotional, mental and often physical exhaustion brought on by prolonged a repeated stress. So that's the sneaky part about burnout is we all feel stress? I can't imagine that there's too many people right now. That aren't experiencing some form of stress in their lives due to the pandemic changing Economic conditions, their schools. They always things that are now different than what we expected. And so I think everyone's feeling Some sense of of stress. Maybe not everybody, but Ah, lot of people are facing challenges that they have never faced before. But with burnout it it's something that really puts you to a breaking point. And it's really important to to address it to try to recognize it. And later in the show. I'm going to be joined by Dr Sharman Gregory. She's an E r position and she is a burnout survivor. She now does keynote speeches. She's a podcaster. She really talks about this, and so burnout is a huge Cost. Um according to Forbes, it costs somewhere between 125 billion in $190 billion annually, Um, for businesses with burnout. And the positions it seems like they're a big part of that $4.6 billion annually. Just physician burnout. And I know there's probably some careers that are more stressful, maybe than others. But even now, a lot of different careers have a new added layer of Of stress of safety concerns danger so there could be a lot more people than just what you'd normally think. Physicians. Fireman police Really dealing with some workplace burnout. And also, according to CNBC. About two thirds of us are experiencing work from home burn out, so that could just be The lack of change in our environment. Maybe we're working more hours are computers right? There may be we don't know how to turn it off. And so I think this is something that I really wanted to make sure that I got an expert on to address You know, with with the cost. I mean, of course, our physical well being is a concern. But economically, it leaves too disengaged Employees, um, high turnover rates and people really just getting physically sick and spending more on health care because of the Stress related illnesses. And so you know, burnt out employees. They're around you. So when you're on a team And somebody isn't able to participate the way they normally do. I contribute. That can infect your entire organization. And so it's really something that I think everyone needs to get better at addressing internally and also looking out for for people that are around us people that we care about people that we work with. We might not see Everybody is often But there might be some ways that we can try to learn how to intervene in to help, and Charmaine will teach us a little bit about that, as well. Later. A few tips that I have is if you find yourself getting cynical, or you think that Everything you're doing is just It doesn't It isn't worth it. It's meaningless. That could be a sign that years from regular stress into a zone where it's just feeling meaningless, so just realize, even if You don't think you have choices. You always have choices, and you need to make yourself a priority That could look like saying No. You could set some boundaries. You could respect your own time. I do spend time I have a family. I have a job if a spouse but I I carved out time to to see my friends to talk to my friends to do things for myself. That Bring me peace and make me feel good. And I don't I don't feel bad about that. I don't feel any sense of guilt it all because I know that if I can't take care of myself, I can't take care anybody else. And also, you know, make make your health make your physical well being a priority, even if that just means. Spending more time preparing a meal. It's good for you or or getting in a walk or a little bit of exercise or something to move around and maybe help you Get off the couch or out of that spiral. If if you feel like you're mentally just falling apart. And I think it's important that you know we all kind of take a look around. Try to be better friends trying to be better family members and make sure that we're asking people if we're noticing a change in them. If we're noticing they're different. You know if they seem like they're not themselves. To really to try to find out what's wrong,
"sharman" Discussed on KCRW
"Sylvia Rivera and other radical activists. But with only a few weeks to plan, some of their concerns were more practical than philosophical. We have voted on a start time. One PM So for the queers that took umbrage at our 9 30 start time last year, a one PM start time and it will happen in Manhattan. Their timing is apt outside the sun While in and Greenwich Village there's now a giant sign that says Pride is a riot. New Yorkers Michael Sharman. He spoke with Nathalie James, Francesca Bar John J. W. Walker and John Carter of the Reclaimed Pride Coalition. Thiss year. We've been talking on the programme about mass incarceration, the fact that the United States imprisons its people at a rate unparalleled in the world. And when the Corona virus pandemic hit, we looked at a push by activists and prison officials to release some inmates as quickly as possible. In March to take one example, the county jail in Cleveland reduced its population by almost half, 900 inmates came out with unprecedented speed. And one of them was a 36 year old named Jermaine. There was turning stop it from spreading.
"sharman" Discussed on The Thought Card
"What a House that are actually does, and like you said your responsibilities will vary depending on the house sits. We talked about what a normal day looks as a house sitter. That one of the perks of how sitting is that you have an ability to live like a local explore and venture out. So can you talk a little bit about what you would you on your free time and higher able to see a new city and really still live out that travel dream while your house sitting in this responsibility. So probably a very mcgann is a good example. We. We had a month it. An everyday was over thirty degrees. We had a few slots. He wanted to stay at the Coliseum and old. Is CONTO place. If you wanted to explore each neighborhood, so probably would head out nights an early seven o'clock See the slot. We want to say and we'd head harmed by then, but we'd. We'd always be out of head pasta favorite bakery favorite cafe today the contracts that we find you really need to explore a place, not feel rushed from place to place, and we're going to leave here in two days. We need to see all these things and sometimes that can leave a bit of a negative kind of live on the city if you worked at the whole time. But then another, when we were living in grace ulcer, the prime returned on the Saturday and they asked us to stay for their Sunday lunch. So are we going to accept 'cause he don't usually stay on after a Hassett, but they. They really wanted us to stay, and they were lovely people, and so the next morning she had us in the kitchen. She was showing deliver traditional great recipes. We made stuff tomatoes. He made a Moussaka and then in the Austin area, sat down with the whole family and ate. Ate and drank and had a good chat. So that's what we love about it really good to Gary in-depth and made people that you wouldn't only make when you're traveling right right and it's a very intimate setting, because this is their personal home, versus like a hotel or like a short term rental, so I love I love those real world stories and you're able to. To connect with the homeowners, so let's pivot a little bit and talk more about some of the challenges that you faced when you just got started. How sitting and other people who are just getting started might end up facing in their path. I think one of the biggest challenges is just getting references. It's kind of like starting a new job. Normally WanNA take a chance. Chance on you if you don't have any previous experience, so we will just we didn't realize at the time, but we will actually looking around Christmas time, and we managed to lock. One has a very fast, and we locked it in order the Christmas and new. Year's break and the girl did off. Says you guys live around the corner? Why do you do has? Passed it for me and we, we're just trying to build on references because in in the future. We won't do this mole. And now that I, look at it, I always whenever friends and Family Oscar getting sobbed in housing..
"sharman" Discussed on The Thought Card
"Britney Sharman is a professional house sitter from Australia she is one half of the traveling house sitters. A travel blog that shares everything you need to know about pets and house sitting together with her partner Jaden, they have booked over thirty five homes and looked after sixty five animals in thirteen countries, so in this episode IV invited Brittany to join us today to talk about how sitting has afforded her an opportunity to really explore the world while keeping her costs low Brittany welcome to the show. Welcome to the PODCAST. Thank you for having me Danielle I'm super excited to have you because we've been online friends for a couple a years now and I remember when we first started. Talking I was just really captivated by your unique angle, and I definitely have seen an uptick in people thinking about how sitting as a witter travel world and you do this full-time. So how did you get started and get into how sitting I'll apart the J. over in London. Working there and we had a friend who just awesome one day to come out to walk the dog. And Constant Walkie Doggies, here's the I'm house sitting at the moment, and the will house sitting, so we kind of went out with I. Mean realize how much we miss this. Animal interaction the we kind of how to look into it s elves, and then we booked few house it from. We're living in London, but then when we moved to Dublin off to that, we were looking rental properties, and we realize pretty much doubled applause. London so we start looking to having. Their Asli and that's where we booked affects long-term on there. We had a half the three months just next Bono's place and we've been doing ever since I. Know I remember you. You had a guest article on my blog and you talked about living next Abbado and being close to the water and hanging out, so if you had to sum it up in a couple of. Of couple of words, why is house sitting so attractive to you? I think it allows for slow slow travel, so we did. We spent a month in rhyme lost Ya, and it just let us explore the city at our in pace rather than rushing from side to side when it was thirty five degrees, it related. Let's his explorer a place and the people more yes and. And I know that saving money is also makes a big part of that, so we will definitely dive into the financial aspects, a little leader, but for those who are like okay. This sounds really great, but what is expected of a house sitter. If you had to share with us, roles, roles and responsibilities. What would that look like mainly? It is pet, so there are what you. You do have a Lotta responsibility. I'm actually currently during my first house without any animals so I just have to water the garden, which luckily in malvern rotten have had a lotta rain, so I haven't had to do much of that, but when you have an animal, it could be anything from walking at a couple of times a day dating them. We had a lot of. Of Animals that require medication, and as may very from harm, a Lotta, harmonious dulack that because where around the house, most of the day and sometimes animals a use of that if someone's retired, they also work from her right, so do you ever like I'm sure at this point you don't, but do you ever feel like awkward like going into a new home like how does that? That, how does that first time encounter experience like? Do you meet the host I? Guess it's varied depending on the house. It changes every time for a lot of international houses have done is usually a Scott..
"sharman" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"So I don't know where these products are but they seem to everybody else seems to have their act together but I I don't know even sure Sharman even Sharman is running ads saying that that we're working on it which means that they know that there's people out there that are going where your product and Lysol Clorox I haven't seen I haven't seen anything like that phone number here is eight five five two nine five sixty six hundred Barbara thank you for calling your first welcome you're on the Tom Sullivan Show thank you for taking my call what do you think I'm a hard worker can you hear me OK I can huh hello okay I was just in ace hardware store I'm not going to say what location I live alone state of California that you know everything is outrageous thirty dollars per I. gallons yeah I it would be thirty nine ninety nine I don't really don't worry dollars for a gallon of hand sanitizer yeah in sanitizer by the gallon I mean I what happened to the little were they don't I have one here hold on let me see how much of this this is a I've got one that's a decent size one was eight fluid ounces so you're talking while receive about ten dollars nine ninety nine eight the well the gal thank you not only does yeah I would be quite dark they must I had I'm not getting on the top of their road where they store their extra good they're selling that by the individual level one of the first and if no one around they had over ten thousand roles because they had to I yelled on top of their shelves completely stocked up with Kleenex brand toilet paper by individual and I think they I didn't check it out but somebody told me they were eleven you get the general person but they had a I have never seen so much toilet paper in the store in my life I'm not sure that this is where it is it's at that store wow okay so so they are they are they are they the cheap toilet papers or are they quality luxury brand what do you know what it is in the next round I am used to it but I can tell you every time I have gone into a target store in my area they had Sharman they do I would not let that maybe I'm looking at I'm looking in the wrong place I I haven't been in a target store so target has it yep and I have learned then why are they running ads saying be patient we're working as hard as we can I don't know I really don't well I don't trust him I really all right all right we got a couple different by the toilet paper by the wrong she Barbara thank you very much I appreciate the call Dave is Lake Tahoe hello Dave how are you I'm good how are you today Sir wonderful what do you what do you got I got a warehouse full of cases the toilet paper you do I work for yeah I work for an industrial cleaning supply company and we have had no shortages on any paper products at all times yeah we do have shortages on those disinfecting wipes and the last time we were given an update it was because of the widespread going those containers are not like a regular paper towels you are you do you do commercial stuff so you're going to businesses and so we ordered a restock them right we work with hospitals we work with convalescent hospitals we deal with right now and able air station right and we're open to the public we are open to the public people will be coming in buying cases of toilet paper all kinds of stuff from us but it's the white that they were having a trouble the company's rebels having trouble getting the whites of not but so like Lysol doesn't manufacture the whiteness they manufacture the chemical and they have somebody else into the tub so one person making the little tabs that the whites go into somebody else's making the lights and then they make the difference all three of those things to get the Tonya spilled in showbiz the whites that they were having the issue with the wasn't that the disinfectant it was just those engineer tiles is what it is actually I know the grocery store they got those wipes that date you pull them out they're supposed to break off but they don't so people pull out of a big long either two yards of of wipes and then that of course of wipes out very adopt wipes out it is gone very quickly so.
"sharman" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Captain Christopher Sharman United States Navy active duty at the Hoover Institution the opinions expressed here are captain Sharma is not the U. S. navy but we go to an article he's published most recently at the real clear politics about the South China Sea a critical waterway on planet earth before and after the virus there is indication however during the time of the virus that the P. LA the people's Liberation Army and its navy units are looking to take advantage of the disorder on the planet captain I begin with two headlines in these last hours about the South China Sea one the USS Chancellorsville that's United States Navy staging of freedom of navigation operation in the Taiwan Strait to answer we can presume the people's Liberation Army navy staging its carrier battle group through the same key what Thailand's stray some weeks past and now this new headline from the people's Liberation Army global times this is a fully owned subsidiary of the Chinese Communist Party the global times rumored P. LA drills bland on Dongshan island spark fear in Taiwan's not bad Japanese media on Tuesday claimed in a report that the Chinese people's Liberation Army will hold military drills for a takeover of Donncha islands occupied by Taiwan in August Kaplan this appears to be the Chinese threatening Taiwan but if I read your article in the glow in the real clear politics correctly it's about the South China Sea what has China done to assure its domination of this room the water way good evening to you well good evening John thank you so much for having me on tonight you know it's an exciting time it's a sporty time right now in the South China Sea China is quite active you somewhat similar to in terms of the behavior of the types of activity that is done in the past but here's what's interesting here's what's going on now it makes things particularly interesting and this is what is impacting not only the South China Sea but up into the East China Sea by Taiwan and then further up to the yellow sea China has announced a fishing ban that is going to that is in effect from now until mid August time frame China has had a fishing ban for many years yeah at this time of year it's it normally enforces this fishing ban against its own vessels and stops its own fishing boats from going out but now would it appears to be doing is asserting its own domestic law over the international maritime Commons and you're starting to see China push against international law throughout the South China Sea but also into the East China Sea in some areas again around the Simpson talk to islands recently and these are all very related activities the other party razor about the military activities that are going on it over at the island ever don't Thailand which is the Taiwan call pratice island this is also a time of year where we're China does exercises but China has been rattling its sabre quite loud in the last few months as this corona viruses spread around the world I China is not happy right now with how much positive attention Taiwan is getting on the world stage for its response in its effective response to corona virus China wanted to be the mouth piece Beijing want to be the mouth piece of all of China and yet Taiwan showed how to actually address some of the challenges and Taiwan is being is pursuing a greater voice in the international community and Beijing doesn't like it and they're doing their best to trying quiet time one down I think the exercise we are about to see Donna don't silence is a bit of messaging to Taiwan saying get back in the box I think that's were were start to see right now down in that region you report there's an ongoing negotiation for a code of conduct with the ten eighteen nations what is that to be sure the code of conduct is actually a set of discussions that has been actually ongoing news since nineteen ninety nine occurred back in the early nineteen nineties ultimately in about two thousand two they signed what was called the declaration of conduct and it was a watering down of how you're going to operate in the South China Sea what if fears now is that China is really pushing to have this code of conduct finalized here within the next three to four years what China is sitting at sitting in a position of strength and it is now asserting its domestic laws and trying to control areas of the South China Sea through things like this fishing banned by establishing administrative districts and the more that it can establish control especially of the South China Sea the more it can do emasculate this code of conduct and so as the nations of ASEAN and China finally come to an agreement on a code of conduct it essentially will be ineffective in stopping China from pursuing its objectives of controlling the South China Sea China is not indicated the people's over the contract has not indicated these last years that it will obey international or trans national negotiations is there any reason to believe it would be obedient to this the C. O. C. well what China wants to do is to water it down to make it so it is not legally enforceable it wants to have an agreement that they can put on the shelf it says Hey we're we get along great with ASEAN partners and if we're getting along great the United States needs to stay out in the United States should not be the country to destabilize the the the relationships in the maritime operations norms standards rules and laws down in the region by getting a code of conduct it has something they can hang on the wall and show the world it is it has the the model for how the region is to operate it can be can therefore push the United States backed out of the region by by saying that it has the model for how the country should operate down in the South China Sea you also indicate that there is an answer to China's aggression in Vietnam house of Capt well there's some interesting things going on in Vietnam right now one of the biggest things that one of the real notable things that seems to be happening is that Taiwan or Vietnam or Hanoi appears to be considering pursuing legal action against China under the United Nations convention on the law of the sea the arbitral give any seven of the un close is how they pursue it that's very similar to what the Philippines did years ago it appears what Vietnam or what annoys trying to do is to gather all the evidence to be able to put forth a case or foot for the claim trying to push back on Chinese planes down in the South China Sea and make part of Chinese queen inconsistent with international law eat I you know it is the way the United States can help annoying and that is let's look at our own records perhaps we have some areas that we can contribute to the noise case we also have a lot of legal expertise and there's some areas that we should certainly be supporting and I with its with its potential legal case so we'll have to see how this one plays out it may be out a few months or even years but Hanoi is certainly moving in that direction the final consideration we have a minute is Japan you mention this time kaku is episode where white holes that would be the Chinese coast guard although they're all aspects of the P. L. A. navy deliberately provoke Japan is Japan in the position to respond captain your measure we have about a minute Japan is certainly a very strong country with Japan has learned is that China only stands up to brinksmanship so Japan will challenge China at every turn it can and one of the places doing doing that is in the same doctors every time China sends in its Coast Guard ships into the contiguous zone of the territorial waters around the Senkaku islands the Japan Coast Guard there to counter the Chinese presence at the escort those Chinese vessels so Japan is certainly in a position to push back and thank god we have the United States alliance with Japan as well that certainly help Japan in its push back captain Christopher shaman U. S. navy active the views Harris owns the national security affairs fellow at the Stanford University Hoover Institution he served naval attache in Vietnam and China I'm John bachelor this is the John Batchelor show well five point nine FM balance of nature streets in veggies in a capsule changing the world one life at a time I do have a trade and it's not like energy is like Kathleen Heitz but in terms of just having the vitality to go through the day and there are times when I just noticed that you know what I'm actually not this is not the make so I feel like my energy level is good and better than I was in times past so I think that I documented that don't wait to see what getting over ten servings of whole fruits and vegetables every day can do for you right now balance of nature is offering free shipping.
"sharman" Discussed on Post Session Podcast
"Should have been in the injustice of the week like the toilet paper hoarders that but I think it is. Kind of what you were talking about the media and you know how we are able to. As you know what they would not have ever been able to do. In the past midges watch news twenty, four seven here about things disappearing from the shelves and other people panic like Oh. My God people were buying up told they were I. don't even know why but I'm going to buy toilet paper. Then there's no toll up like Sharman is running twenty, four seven, their their lines of making the toilet paper, so you know never in. The history of our existence has this happened and I think that is a result of reporting like this couldn't have happened without the news media. And it really I I don't want to downplay this whole situation, but it really makes me think everybody's full of. poop and this is a great analogy for the whole situation running out of toilet paper, because of all the things that I'm going to take with me. If I really think that everything's GonNa hit the fan and I'm gonNA. Be You know isolated from everything and? It's not toilet paper I mean we can survive without toilet paper. You can use a rag. You can ring it out. You know you can wash it up. It's just I. I would just make sure that I had all the food that I could possibly. Take and tons of eggs, and you know those things that are gonNA. Help keep me healthy, but I just don't this fascination with buying up all the toilet paper. Toilet paper it happens. You use a wash cloth and you rinse it out. Jump in the shower. Jump in the shower I use those. Kinda strange I just I don't get if somebody were to say. Yeah, the is just you know. This is breaking news where there's no rice on the shelves that people think okay. Rice Nevada I can eat it no matter what..
"sharman" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Everywhere in the I heart radio apps what's another one of those stories on people into to ourselves stop doing that does not mean that fifteen packages is Sharman shopping there's no stopping these people apparently the the shelves get cleared out minutes after the store opens they were all neatly restocked the shelves and these people are standing outside for over two hours I know most people are doing this it's a small number of people who are doing this and and it's it's their content I don't know what the percentage of tough crazy people are but we're seeing it I call it the taking the psychological service a coping mechanism thank you said that story said the other day this is how they feel like they're controlling the situation of managing the situation that's completely out of their control I mean who gets corona virus around the world it's a mental disorder I mean I mean the I mean there's there's hardly anybody who actually has the corona virus right now in terms of the whole population yes well we haven't peaked yet we're still why don't we have a lot of the bell curve but but but the human reaction I mean we just are acting like a bunch of farm animals all right now well we'll give you a lot more the corona virus after five o'clock the sensing of Harvey Weinstein back on the east coast this week will be followed with a very different case sentencing coming up next Tuesday here in California Duncan hunter the former congressman will be sentenced in U. S. District Court now he also and they officially column in el Segundo times or I should say the San Diego union Tribune disgrace as he disgraced officially officially is turned disgraced the so many politicians we covered over the years of the John and Ken show who fall into the category of disgraced former it because their new first name yep he resigned this is the fiftieth district seats he held for almost six terms and the charge was to use political contributions to support his family's lifestyle meals trips with girlfriends and even paid for his children's private school tuition and I think I remember they gave a rabbit to plane ticket right okay yeah I did yeah what was that rabbit's name EC I think I remember the right to some extent advert maybe something like that not fluffy anyway they're not happy in terms of the prosecutors they want a pretty harsh sentence because rather than admit his guilt and resigned his seat back in twenty sixteen when originally questioned or even in August of twenty eighteen when originally charged hunter chose to mislead the people of this congressional district and of course he did not resign until recently he lied to is that people about his guilt according to the court filing and this is a quick number they sent to the judge I Thomas J. Whalen will decide next Tuesday how much time hunter will receive it's a guilty plea to a single count of conspiracy I could range from eight and fourteen months in federal prison the prosecutors think he should spend fourteen months in custody so it's likely that longer term but now it is carrying on about he misled the seven hundred thousand people who've lived in the district yes but the thing is I don't think they voted for him because they believed he was innocent there was just no way if you can vote for a Democrat guy you take rather very clearly that progressive Democrats right who by the way is going to face off against ISIS in November he did come in first because there was three Republicans I think running yes ma'am such but yell problem lose the ISA I probably will lose Tyson but but I you know they did most of the voters down there would rather have a a corrupt crooked Republican with five mistresses there but for some crazy progressive so it was a forty seven page indictment against Duncan hunter and his wife Margaret who also was his campaign manager well there's a good hint there that's something twenty fifty grand in campaign contributions were used instead to fund their lifestyle did you see this the family over to their checking account within a thousand times in just seven years because they were constantly spending I just didn't care there was not a single market putting two thousand nine in twenty seventeen when the hunter family bank you can have a positive balance throughout the month what kind of brain disorder did the whole that he and his wife have but they just could keep withdrawing money burning up more bills bouncing checks whatever they were doing it is that you paid a hundred and seventy five thousand dollars to be a congressman no I understand in many parts of California that's not anywhere near lavish but I guess it says here you came from obvious he's father serve time in Congress he came from pretty good means and I guess he was just used to the lifestyle it was going to give it up even whatever they had to do and eventually turned around and said what about the political campaign the median household income in this country sixty thousand dollars okay so if you're making a hundred seventy a grad your three times to me all we have to have a house in Washington and I'm saying there but pretty standard bunch of entitled three bags of but they are right and and and and the the wife too what what is he doing well they believe the hunter and gaze at least for extramarital affairs and she did she know about that either hi what do you what now what was her story the guys running around every flus in Washington and by the way she played out already so they're over drawing their account thousand times over what what's what we what she after in life well you're probably on to something because and it turns out that it won political gathering in Washington in April two thousand and nine Duncan hunter met one of these women and immediately moved in with her so I think if you're the wife you know that right your home anymore you probably know even though your husband's back on the east coast in Washington so you're just like the living with someone else so you're just going to loot the campaign treasury and spend it on all the stuff you want in life since your husband **** around some some Faouzi do you know what well this is pretty good in twenty sixteen the San Diego union Tribune began asking questions about spending the campaign money so hunter text is chief of staff and this is what he said dude I'm not even sure hot spelling incorrect I guess how to respond to this bleak I have no answer my family believed to me I have no idea what to say and my marriage dot dot dots I think there was a contention that his wife just did this and he didn't know that was like his original contention well except wife was spending the campaign money because she was the campaign manager but she was spending on the personal stuff and he didn't know he wasn't paying any attention I don't think that that's impossible he still had four mistresses they all were using the campaign credit cards are all kinds of home yeah there are just four of them once for mistresses well John no I've done that I mean that would be a check and a headache have to juggle them all night well yeah I mean how do you handle the same times they could have it in succession and then he kept doing it it says here even after the news came out the excess spending did not stop until they raided his home they should be I actually had to take the credit card out of his house before they stop the spending so the prosecutors are hoping for fourteen months and the defense says how bout home confinement which is what we're all doing now with the current devices that's not a sentence based site his military service always drop it military service he signed up for the U. S. marine corps voluntarily after the terror attacks of nine eleven he was deployed to the Middle East on several occasions now now not working with your general health now I remember coming home trying to get KFI Dever Marquez is the Richard Nixon presidential library and museum in Yorba Linda is closing to the public until further notice because of the corona virus all tickets for admission bought online are valid for one year.
"sharman" Discussed on KTRH
"Sharman just think a Courtney newsradio seven forty K. T. R. H. he Angelus offered you hear that you stocking up on food and supplies because of coronavirus go to KJRH dot com Twitter at KJRH news and sound off on our Facebook page you know we'll have a hurricane season coming as before we know it we always urge you to stock up for that you'll be ahead of the game there maybe pointing up for Wall Street after both stock futures and oil went up overnight this after the Dow Jones lost more than twenty three hundred points yesterday is it illegally if you look at your four oh one K. K. tear H. money man Patchen says there's really no thought to shutting down Wall Street right now there's a cooling off period that blew down seven and then down thirteen percent but now we want markets to to be able to trade yeah futures are jumping so high this morning they actually had to shut it down because it was going above the cap so there you go so why we have cooling off periods when trading is stopped like we saw yesterday and apparently overnight to Wall Street really hasn't seen anything like yesterday since black Monday in nineteen eighty seven of course in the hope of maybe helping stop the corona virus spread to TSA warning you keep those personal items like phones wallets and keys out of those constantly use bands put them in something a bag as you're sending them through a security the agency says the bands are used by hundreds of travelers passing through airport security checkpoints every hour and then you pick them up and put him against your face KTRE news time now seven thirty seven establishment Democrats boy have they come together to take out Bernie Sanders and now they're trying to cone of silence around Joe Biden here's K. jury just close honors live with more yeah and it's all because Biden can't stop from doing you know this.
Where to buy hand sanitiser as coronavirus spreads
"Worldwide because of coronavirus in Maryland at least five people have tested positive and one Washington DC visitor from Nigeria has been treated in a Maryland hospital blah blah goes on and on and on there's no vaccine since December when the outbreak of the disease began in China began to spread to other countries including the United States which has resulted in area retailers reporting a surge in sales of hand sanitizer cleaning agents and other items Grohl's market in Ruxton has had trouble keeping hand sanitizer Clorox wipes and with bleach and cans of milk in the stock quote I've never seen anything like it said assistant store manager Jeff major who has worked for the company for eighteen years Wednesday the store brought in two cases of beer L. hand sanitizer they sold out that day quote I think rubbing alcohol will be the next thing to go said general manager Tom Gilbert as he motioned towards a shelf missing the first two rows of merchandise fingers crossed we'll have hand sanitizer by March fifteenth he said are you noticing these sorts of things in your neighborhood are you noticing have you stocked up told you I went to buy toilet paper last week and there was no toilet paper at Costco none I went to a grocery store and they had toilet paper that wouldn't say they were fully stocked there about half stocked should have bought the whole thing eBay has banned the sale of hand sanitizer not because they don't want people to have hand sanitizer but because people are charging an arm and a leg I told you about how you can buy like a one of those small little pocket models for like twelve to seventeen dollars so there's opportunism capitalism always finds a way what are you noticing any of this stuff I'm just curious if it's how widespread it is because there was on social media over the weekend there were videos from Australia of all places of people literally fighting over toilet paper there's one mother daughter team fighting with another woman because the mother daughter team had a a shopping cart literally filled with toilet paper like overflowing we filled with toilet paper in fact in one area of the country they have put a limit on how much toilet paper you can buy because people were hoarding toilet paper is this just paranoid do you feel like you know the better safe than sorry Monaco is the way to go back to the sun story sandy Pierce spent the better part of Sunday searching for disinfectants preferably her trusty Lysol or Clorox her journey from big lots in Lutherville the CVS in harbor east in all she went to nine stores before calling it quits quote I wasn't going any further all this for a damn can of Lysol end quote piers said she hit the jackpot at Walgreens on York road in Timonium where she found a twelve ounce can of Lysol spray it was eighty dollars she exclaimed the private school teacher in realtor said she usually shops on Amazon but she said the supply shortages and price gouging forced her to embark upon her weekend quest I have noticed this I have seen it like even Amazon which stocks everything is out of hand sanitizer and they are selling second hand because you people don't know this but you can go online and sign up on Amazon and sell whatever you got on Amazon doesn't seem particularly useful for certain things most people don't go to Amazon for things that they usually go to eBay for so you're probably better off going to eBay but in general you can sell whatever you want and if you notice because my dad likes Hydroxycut keys I don't know why I don't know what the differences between the hydroxyzine oreo but he says the the oreos are no good and hydroxy loves hydroxide is always love hydroxyzine kid you just can't find it so I I found a money bag now if you're not looking if you don't shop around because you can pay the normal price for a package of cookies on Amazon you can also pay the exorbitant price for a pack of cookies on Amazon you just have to look at who's selling it and how much each you know how much it is per package and the size of package and all that sort of stuff the same is true for every product in there you can start your own company or just sell it out of your own house and decide to do you're going to charge fifty Bucks for a pack of toilet paper now if you're in the market for Sharman and you're not paying attention you just see all the search results there Sherman okay good I'm gonna click the Sherman added to my cart let's go check out I recommend you pay attention to what you click on online but people don't and it has happened mistakes have been made and you're screwed you bought it you lose the deal so you see all these things I went looking and I just out of curiosity I was looking for hand sanitizer and the hand sanitizer on Amazon was no different than the hand sanitizer on under eBay it was exorbitantly priced shall we say an eBay did not have or Amazon did not have any of their own you know like in stock sold by Amazon I'm looking at it right now let's see germ X. hand sanitizer regional travel size one point five ounces seven dollars twenty five cents that's what you're dealing with here so the paranoia the fear stoked by the media by people who don't know any better is having an impact will it have an impact on politics I don't know but it's definitely having an impact on people's behaviors there are people all over the world who are scared to death when the evidence to this point has shown not to be worth it not to be worthy of being scared to death being cautious absolutely being aware being alert yes no question about it washing your hands how disturbing is it that so many people need to be told to wash their hands in order for them to wash their hands the unit makes you want to never eat in a restaurant ever again if you need to be told to wash your hands it's just scary scary stuff says that the bank to the sun interview article hand sanitizer sales in the U. S. more than doubled in the four weeks ending February twenty nine compared to the same period a year ago according to market research firm Nielsen sales of thermometers spike spike fifty two point three percent during the same period sales of dried beans spiked nearly eighteen percent according to the Associated Press the disease is weighing on the minds of consumers at Grohl's market major re called and that an elderly customer require inquired earlier this week about the health of the stores Instacart
"sharman" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Breaking news I spy Jim Sharman Jim what's the big story of the two people are dead including the camp Pendleton marine after a man drove the wrong way on the five freeway during a police pursuit early this morning and plowed into the marines on coming car Oceanside police had just called off the pursuit of the Ford F. one fifty when they entered the freeway in Carlsbad going the wrong way a worker had to be rescued after he fell twelve feet into an empty water tank on a vessel at the B. eighty system San Diego shipyard bario Logan this morning San Diego fire says the man had to be hoisted out of the tank was conscious and responsive following the accident the extent of his injuries is not immediately clear a traffic stop on the I. fifteen in north county turned into a major meth bust US border patrol says agents followed a suspicious S. U. V. to a gas station in rainbow a drug sniffing dog detected something so agents search the vehicle he fell more than a hundred pounds of methamphetamine the street value it more than a hundred ninety thousand dollars you never more than fifteen minutes away from the top stories of the day on the breadwinner will show am seven sixty talking breaking news AM seven sixty KFMB candy seventy eight freeway eastbound invista village drive a crash investigation taking place for a time cleared out of the way but just removed his traffic school of extra slow there one sixty three free when I found your jealousy Avenue in mission valley a crash my plane block sponsored by San Diego county credit union San Diego county credit union has low mortgage loan rates apply today for housing opportunities for details call eight seven.
The Coolest Robots Spotted at CES 2020
"Has been a big thing it's es for probably the last five ten in years but now it's all about like robots like that help you around the house of that robots that make you coffee robots that make Rahman I want it is not at my house. Detroit become human. This will not end. Well don't do this. You have to treat them well but people are garbage timer and they don't I know but I'm saying you could be one of the people who lives because yeah actually see the robot that brought you toilet paper. I living down here. What would be your best friend? Wait what so. It's this little robot. So it was from the folks that Sharman and they they were inside the appea- PG Life Studio. I think it was called and I was pep calm and I saw the Sharman folks there and I was like. What are you guys doing here? And and they're like Oh we have a a little robot that brings you toilet paper when you never run out of toilet paper again. God Okay and if this little robot that has toilet paper and it's got the Little Sharman Sharman barefaced.
Charmin rolls into CES 2020 with TP bot
"A new gadget could be the answer when you're on a toilet paper Sharman is created a robot it delivers a fresh roll straight to the bathroom connects to a cell phone okay you can call for help you simply alert the role box that's what they're calling it when in the toilet paper producer unveiled the device the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas it also showed off a sensor that reveals of a bathroom is stinky before you step in now for now the gadgets are only available for those
"sharman" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"At Sharman. We heard you shouldn't talk about going to the bathroom in public. So we decided to sing about it. Got to the magnify shaman, just cozy grinning cheek-to-cheek. German ultra soft is softer than ever. Enjoy the go with Sharman. Eighty. Jason Goodman, had Ron. Mike, try those chicken wing. I have nothing. Jared on seven five C L. Fully just. No. Justice. Don't do. Have been to me. Practically. Business. Only on because I want. Onto an even. You would..
What's in Movie Theater Popcorn?
"Today's episode is brought to you by listerine ready tabs small discrete tabs, the transform from a solid to a liquid just to switch and swallow no sink required to get that just brushed clean feeling, and they pack a huge punch up to four hours of fresh breath, and the confidence that goes with it on the go wherever life takes you to a surprise meeting a date you want to freshen up for or just from one event to another try listen ready tabs today. Find them near the mouthwash. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff on online vocal bomb, and it's time we talked about movie theater popcorn that salty siren of cinema. You come without nutrition. Labels in sizes the defy sensibility. We consume you in the dark. You're inadvertently vegan gluten free. But that still doesn't mean you're good for us. So what the heck are you made of anyway, meet movie theater? Popcorns two main ingredients after popcorn, of course. Flava call and butter flavored topping let's break those down flava call is a proprietary seasoned powder. That goes on the corn before it's popped. It contains only four ingredients superfine salt artificial flavor and to synthetic yellow dyes that helped give the popcorn it's violently yellow. Buttery ish color butter can naturally be yellow because of a pigment and vitamin called beta carotene that's found in the fresh grass that dairy cows are sometimes fed or butter can be died that color when cows are fed other things. Flavor. Call has zero calories m zero fat carbs and protein, but being mostly salt it packs, a wallop in the sodium department one teaspoon contains one hundred sixteen percent of your recommended daily intake of sodium based on the average two thousand calories per day diet, and depending on the recipe in the machine being used you'd get about a third of a teaspoon in a small popcorn. So heads up. If you're monitoring your sodium consumption. Next up that butter flavored topping which is what gets squirted out in pumps. If you ask for it warning betray alert. It doesn't have any butter in it at all what it does contain is partially hydrogenated soybean oil, which is a transfat that falls into the category of bad fat. These types of that's have been linked to heart disease and other cardiovascular problems, the topping also has some beta carotene that pig mathijs bench. And a beta carotene helps add to the buttery color and Kim, by the way, either beat naturally derived from plants or made an alab that's the difference between it being labeled a natural versus an artificial color. The topping also has tertiary butyl hydrocortisone or TB HQ, which is a synthetic preservative that keeps oils from becoming rancid as they sit and poly methyl silencing or PD mess, which is silicone based chemical that prevents foaming in hot oil. It's also been preliminarily shown to help hair cells grow when applied topically, but. That's a different episode. Don't rabbit butterfly topping on your scalp. The final ingredient the one that gives movie theater popcorn. It's irresistible taste buttery. Flavoring a one hundred percent non dairy mystery chemical that mimics the taste of butter this and the artificial flavoring and flava call our industry secrets, but they're probably one of a few lab synthesized molecules, the taste em smell like butter die settle as Toan seato proprietorial or similar those first two that I mentioned are compounds that are naturally created in old fashioned cultured butter by the friendly lactic acid bacteria that helps defied cream into butter butter flavor is basically a tasty byproduct sorta like with beta carotene these compounds can be naturally derived from farmed bacteria or synthesized in a lab, they'll make that butter flavored topping taste almost like the real thing. The real slap in the face though. Is that movie theater butter flavored topping? Has twenty more calories per tablespoon than real butter. So if you large bucket of plane popcorn is about one thousand calories with just the flavor. Call seasoning on it. And you choose to add a minimum of three tablespoons of buttery topping or as much as six if you opt for a skirt in the middle and scored on the top the large bucket you Nahshon while watching the latest blockbuster could be more than two thousand calories. It definitely means that movie theater popcorn is a treat. Everything in moderation. Oh and side note about dia settle one of those butter flavor compounds you may have heard that causes health problems that is a real thing. But the story got sorta sensationalized factory workers who breathe in a whole lot of die. Settle do have an increased risk of a particular type of lung disease and one guy who was popping two to three bags per day for a number of years successfully sued a bunch of microwave popcorn producers after contracting that disease, but there's no known risk in eating this artificial flavor or in breathing in the. The amount you'd area from popping bag of popcorn in your microwave. Every now and then in the flav, call brand has come out as being dia settle free. Good news for movie theater popcorn do watch out for it. As an ingredient in vape liquid though. Today's episode was written by Carey Tatreau n me and produced by Tyler clang for I heart media, and has tough works for more on this and lots of other fresh hot topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. It's the Ron burgundy podcast. It's the Ron burgundy podcast. Guess what? I got up podcast, and you don't guess what? I got up podcast, and you don't Ron burgundy. Podcast. This is Ron burgundy remind you to tune into my new podcast brought to you by Sharman toilet paper, the best in the biz. It's made by some good guys for some good drips to Duesseldorf. If you know what I mean, go to the store and pick up a role, you can't mess. This one up.
Have We Hit Peak Recycling?
"Today's episode is brought to you by listerine ready tabs small discrete tabs, the transform from a solid to a liquid just to switch and swallow no sink required to get that just brushed clean feeling, and they pack a huge punch up to four hours of fresh breath, and the confidence that goes with it on the go wherever life takes you to a surprise meeting a date you want to freshen up for or just from one event to another try listen ready tabs today. Find them near the mouthwash. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff. Lauren bulk bomb here in the nineteen. Seventies. Americans bursts started embracing a new idea intended to help protect the environment and reduce our squandering of natural resources. Instead of just throwing their garbage away people begin separating materials such as glass metal and paper. But potentially could be processed and reused and started leaving them by the curb side in bins to be collected and transported to recycling. Plants back, then recycling seemed like a revolutionary step toward a less wasteful society. But not quite half a century later that revolution seems to be stuck in neutral, which leaves us wondering whether there is a peak recycling point, and whether we may have already reached it. Thanks to population growth, we continue to generate an ever increasing amount of trash two hundred and sixty two million tons of it in the US loan in two thousand fifteen the most recent year for which the Environmental Protection Agency has data that's up from two hundred eight million tons in nineteen ninety and it works out to about four point five pounds or around two kilograms per American each day over thirty percent more trash than Americans generated individually back in nineteen seventy of that mountain of refuse in two thousand fifteen slightly more that a third was either recycled sixty eight million tons or composted twenty three million tonnes that might seem pretty impressive. But it's not as of two thousand seventeen the US ranked just twenty fifth among the world's industrialized nations in recycling. Germany in contrast recycles are composts about two thirds of its garbage and ten other countries in Europe and Asia achieve a fifty percent rate or higher even more trouble. Langley US recycling rates have pretty much stalled in recent years. As a result were still burying more than half of the trash regenerated landfills and burning the remainder, one challenge to recyclers is that the waste stream has evolved. In prior times. There were more glass bottles and aluminum cans, plus a lot more discarded newspaper, which was heavy and accounted for a lot of the volume these days in contrast recyclers have to deal with more plastic bottles and commerce packaging as well. As a new generation of complex materials that are more difficult to press middle cans made with blends of metals that would have to be extracted from one another and cans and paper products that are coated in plastic about the base, and the coating are technically recyclable, but separating them is tricky and tricky means expensive, also, although what we're discarding has changed rapidly. It's not so easy for recycling. Plants to adjust these are costly facilities that were built to handle the old mix of trash new equipment could. Cost millions while the typical person who puts bottles and cardboard packaging in the curbside bin for pickup may think of it as just another government service, recycling actually is an industry that has to generate income to be sustainable. Sure. They're technically selling your stuff, but they have to pay for drivers trucks insurance, the facility the equipment to sort it and shipping to the processor that will actually break it down and sell the material. And it's a volatile market recently. The industry was thrown into disarray by China's decision to stop importing twenty four categories of recycled materials, including plastic and paper from the US and other countries the ban is causing materials to pile up without buyers at sorting centres across the United States, forcing many communities to either bury them in landfills or burn them, even where China is still willing to accept recyclables. They insist on materials with extremely low contamination rates. That's a big problem for the US where many communities in an effort to encourage recycling. No longer require residents to separate and clean recyclable materials. As a result about twenty five percent of recyclables collected turn out to be contaminated and unusable stuff like food waste stuck in containers can be too difficult to clean, meaning that the recycling plant may wind up sorting these containers out and throwing them away. But there are potential solutions to the problems that are hindering recycling makers of packaging could help for example, by thinking more about the reality that the stuff has to go somewhere at the end of its brief useful life and designing it to be more easily broken down and recycled and US manufacturers of products could strive harder to find new and innovative uses for cycled materials that can be reused multiple times. A what the US Environmental Protection Agency calls stain -able materials management that would improve the market for recyclables. Additionally, nearly fifty years after the recycling movement began there are still places across the US most notably Indianapolis that still haven't even started curbside recycling programs that suggests there's still potential for growth. This episode was written by Patrick j tiger and produced by Tyler clang for I heart media, and how stuff works for more than this and lots of other topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. It's the Ron burgundy podcast. It's the Ron burgundy podcast. Guess what? I got up gas. And you don't guess what? I got up podcast, and you don't Ron burgundy. Podcast. This is Ron burgundy reminding you to tune into my new podcast brought to you by Sharman toilet paper, the best in the biz. It's made by some good guys for some good drips to Duesseldorf. If you know what I mean, go to the store and pick up a role, you can't mess. This one up.
Prepare to Pay More for Diapers, Clorox and Cat Litter
"For what it's worth, I'm Michelle Franzen. There may be a lot of crying this year. Over a hike in prices for Staples, like diapers cleaning products, even toilet paper. Big brand companies like pampers and Huggies. Proctor and gamble. Sharman? An arm and hammer say the higher costs of raw goods and transportation due to US tariffs are partly behind the increase church and Dwight says it's raised prices on products like Armand, hammer's baking, soda cat litter, even Oxy clean, Clorox and Colgate-Palmolive are too. So far it's worked the higher prices offsetting lower volume. It's change from the decade of slashing prices. During the rebounding
"sharman" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
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United States Foreign Policy in the Middle East
"US secretary steak. Mike Pompeo read up his eight-day visit to the Middle East earlier this week to tour brought him to Jordan Egypt, barring the United Arab Emirates Iraq. Saudi Arabia Oman and Qatar skipping Khoat due to his personal reasons during a tour. Pound pale emphasize, the US confrontation with Iran. Try to reaffirm US presence in the rich. And despite the plan American troop withdrawal from Syria and endeavour to unite Arab countries plagued by internal conflicts Pompeii, also criticized the Middle East policy of President Obama at a policy speech in Cairo. It was here here in this city that another American stood before you he told you the radical Islamist terrorism does not stem from an ideology, he told you the nine eleven lead my country to abandon its ideals, particularly in the Middle East. He told you that the United States and the Muslim world needed quote, a new beginning and of quote. The results of these misjudgments have been dire-. Of course, the President Barack Obama made a white ranging policy in a same city ten years ago, promising a new beginning of relations with Arab world. I've come here to Cairo to seek a new beginning between the United States and Muslims around the world. One based on mutual interest and mutual respect. America is not and never will be at war with his lung. We will however. Relentlessly confront violent extremists who pose a grave threat to our security. Because we reject the same thing that people of all faiths, reject the killing of innocent men, women and children, and it is my first duty as president to protect the American people. Meantime, during the tour palm peyot has confirmed the US we'll be withdrawing troops from Syria. But stressing a dozen mean will stop fighting Islam state group militants rich and there's no contradiction whatsoever. The president's been very clear in basketball, and I have been very clear about this to the threat from radical Islamic terrorism is real ISIS continues. We fight them in many regions of around the country our commitment to continuing to prevent dash growth. Isis growth is real. It's important. We will continue at that. We're going to do it in a way in one particular place Syria differently. So in this panel will discuss the Middle East policy of the US government and the general situation in the region. Our panel is Dr John hi research battle with the Chinese Academy of social sciences. Rake Dunham former White House correspondent also co director of the global business journalism program at seeing university and charming now Warney journalists and analysts of Middle East geopolitics basing Beirut, Lebanon, if you want to listen to this episode again, we're catch up on previous topics. Please download our podcast world news analysis. So now, I talk about upon pales a speech in Cairo. Let's begin with Sharman. Now, Arne Shamin what did secretary of state Pompeo tried to tell his Arab allies. And how has his message being received? Well, we honest pump peyot lost me at America's the fourth for good in the Middle East that clearly not been the case in the last seventy years, and even prior to that I think he's go was to lay for, you know, the Trump administration's vision or relationships and alliances in the region and take a job at Obama's record in the Middle East in my view, Obama and Trump ultimate ambitions of the region are not much different Obama's narratives simply different than Pao's, you know, with pumping speaks as though Abbado's reluctant to wield influence in the region. And then help Yvonne's offended in the process. The opposite is true. Iran ascendant is due directly to us military adventures. Awesome. And stables Beijing the region from the Levant to the Persian Gulf in the last year. So, you know, Pompeo says when America retreats chaos often follows they're good arguments to show that's not the case. It is US troop presence and bass presents and economic presence in the region that has has royalty Middle East in in in conflict for the last decade, or so and his driving point, of course, is Iran and the Trump administration's focus on Iran, and you know, he has the idea that he Trump administration's can pull together a coalition of Arab countries to take on Iran, and probably in the course of our discussion today, we will see why that is in fact, not possible.
Aretha Franklin, the Queen of Soul, has died
"News news today making so many of us sad American legend singer, and civil rights activists Aretha Franklin. Dies at her home in, Detroit today, they've been, playing music here the church doors are. Open people becoming related stories about how, Aretha Franklin up the idea that she would have These large gatherings and feed, homeless people and never giving up. On Detroit touched a lot of people people left Detroit but. A, replay never gave up Ryan young reporting from Detroit. Franklin dying after a long illness with cancer at the age of
Local teacher donates kidney to student
"There's a fifty six year old guy and Fort Lauderdale his name is Neil is diagnosed with kidney disease mecca, two thousand one, two years ago. He found out he needed a kidney transplant. So last year things got desperate. They couldn't find anyone who could donate and he was getting bad. His daughter's first grade teacher said she would donate Alison Maluku. Her husband Jason actually donated a kidney to someone else about ten years ago. So she knew what the process was all about. But when she got tested turned out, she wasn't a match either. But then a preschool teacher, Neil. Named what? Yeah. The preschool teacher that Neil new name Brittany. There's, there's a story here. He's got to stay. Brittany secretly got tested, and she was the only problem her kid. He was too small for Neil, so she set up what's called a chain donation. Okay. Were they? So I, she donated kidding someone in Boston. Then in return, Neil got a kidney from someone in California, and then the chain reaction caused four people's lives to be saved. Wow. Wow. That's awesome. But remember the first teacher who wasn't a match even though she couldn't help Neill, she still wanted to donate two minutes later. She kicked off another chain donation that saved four more lives including a fourteen year old boy. So eight lives were saved from one kidney donation in Florida.
TSMC says a number of fab tools infected by computer virus
"I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters a computer virus caused work to stop, at several Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing company factories last night that was a blow to TSMC as it ramps up chip-making for Apple's next iphones TSMC is the sole maker. Of the iphones main processor it said a number. Of its fabrication tools had been infected, and well it had contained. The problem and resumed some production several, of its factories won't restart till at. Least Morrow the virus wasn't caused by a hacker the company said China says it's poised to. Impose retaliatory tariffs on sixty billion dollars worth of US imports if Washington goes ahead with its latest trade threat the items that. Would be targeted include. Coffee Honey and industrial chemicals the family of presidential son-in-law Jared Kushner is giving up control of six sixty six Fifth Avenue in, Manhattan, this as the property was facing a one point. Two billion dollar Debt payment in the next few months Canada's Brookfield asset. Management has signed a ninety nine year lease on the. Tower it's pulp nonfiction baby diapers and toilet paper are about to get. More expensive as global supplies of wood pulp tighten. And demand improves more from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett Proctor and. Gamble says it's raising the price of. Products including pampers diapers bounty paper towels Sharman toilet paper and puffs tissues a week earlier rival Kimberly Clark. Warned that significantly higher commodity costs led the company, to reduce its earnings outlook according to a, Bloomberg, intelligence report in. May the price of pulp a fibrous material used in many personal care products has risen over the past. Year and will remain high through twenty nineteen Charlie, Pellett Bloomberg radio Global news twenty four hours a day on air and it ticked. Up on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna..
Clippers deep in contract extension talks with Doc Rivers – ProBasketballTalk
"Your sports radio update starts now transportat preliminary games in rounds or over and a lot of ways the nba playoffs begin now with the western conference finals golden state and houston just as everyone expected the series by monday in houston where last night chris paul went for forty one point the rockets beat the jazz one twelve one zero two later the warriors one thirteen one zero four of the pelicans vote series and in five games in the second round may very well end tonight if boston philadelphia third no hitter of the baseball season sharman i in oakland we had the dodger combined no hitter against the padres in mexico and in toronto canadian james patch to the mariners and a five nothing win walk.
"sharman" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"I'm surprised what which sharman is a is a honest smart guy tickly young men who is only share the truth so i certainly believe what he's saying in terms of something getting stale on them and i don't believe that's the reason that they're not you know they were very good last year i feel like that the personnel was an indicator especially on offense that they just didn't know why they can't get the players that gonna help them get over the hump offensively but maybe that's pete style and he wants to run play defense and just do enough on offense to win but in this league now you got a little bit more yeah at should do you think peace not young any stretch of the imagination how do you think pete feels about that and disea does he care he's not young in spirit and in his mind yeah he takes on the personality of today right he doesn't stay stuck in the dinosaur ages like a lot of coaches you know in that's a good thing that's a good thing because he's able to evolve with the group in the age of the players that he's coaching today he was one of the first coaches to introduce music to practice fields in half fun and all those things he might have been the first he might have been the first coach to allow music to be played doing practices when he was at usc almost certainly feel like that was the case and then all of a sudden it's kinda trickled at certain places throughout the nfl as well as college football.
"sharman" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Commercial characters because djonovic goldsmith the original most interesting in the world is coming on at eleven am eastern and people are saying the number one commercial character by far is a mr whipple from the sharman bathroom tissue commercials spilt squeezed the schormann that that like they're say by fought like a landslide he's number what i do have a list here where it does say that they they ranking numberone they had the most interesting man number ten on their list so your thoughts last night we talked about the thirty four thirty a laker celtics i watched most of it i got through the first two hours which i thought was going to be but was going to be boring it on interesting it turned out to me to be the most interesting part because i learned stuff that i did not know headed into the film i knew all the stuff i lived through it i mean that's that's right my wheelhouse laker celtics 80s bird magic all that the first two hours was fascinating because it goes back to the '60s and read our back bill russell and and how those teams were formed in and dave cowan's and havel check for the celtics in the seventies would you take away from that there is there was great at port three is tonight at eight o'clock on espn there were so much in i i mentioned in the local our how i went into a pat riley rabbit hold just because i didn't realize how interesting his life was in how much there and deputy played into him becoming the guy that he is today but i know we've all heard about how magic in bird kinda lifted the nba's popularity but i didn't realize how unpopular i guess the nba or how much of a fledgling league it was yeah because they talked about in in the fifties in early 60s about.