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"single camp" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

07:07 min | 7 months ago

"single camp" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Her back around the call of this year's grade three Lexington stakes, one impressively by king fury. He is one of the ones we'll try to win the closing day feature tomorrow at keeneland the grade two fayette. Welcome back to the weekend steaks preview presented by nyra betts. IB Newman and Dave Freeman taking you through 15 races on a power packed weekend around North America. So let's head down to chemo. They actually have three stakes on their closing day card keelan closes tomorrow. Churchill downs opens on Sunday. So a lot of great Kentucky action coming up as usual this weekend. And the first of the three stakes will look at at keeneland tomorrow, is race number 7, the $150,000 Bowman mill two year olds here spending 6 furlongs on the main track field of 8 set to go to post Dave and morning line favoritism lays with number 7 my prankster, very impressive in his maiden win at Saratoga two starts back overmatched last time out in the champagne. Well, not only overmatched by Jack Christopher and a really, really good field, but perhaps going too long. Today Todd pletcher cutting back my prankster from a mile back to 6 furlongs is when it's Saratoga was 6 and a half a ten length score and a huge figure in that race against $100,000 maiden special weights at the spa. That's my pick. I like my prankster best. But I think you could go with 5 out of 8 horses in this race. All three of them coming out of that race at Churchill downs on October 1st. Number two, number four, nakatomi and number 6 freelancer. I think you can make an argument for each of those three out of what was a pretty strong race. And number one, roger McQueen at a price is returning to sprinting. I just wonder if there's too much pace in here for roger McQueen. I agree with you that there are several ways you can go in this race, and that common race October 1st to Churchill downs, where it finished, chattel at nakatomi and freelancer, I'm going to take one out of that race. And I'm going to take the horse who was third, freelancer, who was actually the 7 to 5 favorite in the race. Unfortunately for freelancer, he was saddled with the inside post position that day. He didn't get out of the gate very well. And to be honest, he was just too far back for his own good. He was a horse who pressed the pace in his debut effort, a maiden win at Alice park where he won by some three lengths, and then last time out he found himself 8th in the early going, almost 6 lengths behind at the first call, while he did pass more than half the field that day, but he just simply couldn't make up the ground. I guess he's probably not that kind of a closer with the move from the inside toward the outside part of the gate, I expect him to break better, except and be a much better price. He won't be 7 to 5 tomorrow. Four to one on the morning line for freelancer who's come back with a bullet work since that race. I'm going to look for him to turn the tables on those two that defeated him last time out and beat everybody else in the Bowman mill race 7 tomorrow at Keenan. 8 thrace on the card, the $150,000 Brian station at stakes. Three year olds going one mile on the turf, and we've got a big field of 13 set to go to post. Yeah, I'm conflicted here. I think the two best horses are yes, this time number ten and camp hope number 11. Camp hope for Kenny mcpeak is in just tremendous form right now. Three turf races. One better than the next last time out of 5 and a quarter in a mile in an 8th allowance race at keenland. Yes, this time just kind of solid every time out. The Saratoga Derby invitational was too good, but that's no crime. The problem is the post, you mentioned this big field and at keeneland going a mile on turf. It's the inside 6 posts that have had a huge advantage. They've won 7 of the 8 races at the meet at this distance. I don't want to pick like the king for Wesley ward. But last out was pretty good. This is second off a layoff. And I don't love anyone else on the inside. I want to pick Charles chrome and all fool around with Charles chrome at a price last time out ran a decent race at Kentucky downs, but my picks like the king, more post position than anything else. Well, the post position is the reason that I'm not going to bet the horse who I'm picking on top. I'm picking number 11 camp hope. I don't like his post position going the mile on the turf at cumin, but I think he's as good if not better than anyone else in this field. He just got his second career win last time out, albeit against a little bit softer competition, but he destroyed a field on the turf at keenland. I think that he likes the turf at keeneland, perhaps more than he's like the turf at Saratoga and Kentucky downs. That turf had that turf course that he ran on last time out had give to it just like every turf course at keeneland this meat has that. I don't think they've had a firm day yet on the turf. So assuming things stay status quo and it's not a firm turf. Once again, tomorrow, I think camp hope has a big chance, but overcoming the 11 hole is something that I would probably spread if I'm going to play horizontally. I wouldn't just single camp hope. But picking somebody on top, I think he's the horse that I like best. So camp hope for me in the Bryan station. The featured event on closing day at keenland tomorrow is the $200,000 grade two fayette for three year olds and up going a mile and one 8th on the main track. We've got a field of 9 set to go to post. And really some big name runners, either horses who were really good in the past or horses who have gotten good now. You've got sleepy eyes Todd who had a phenomenal run of just running every different part of the country at one point last year. Night ops seems like he's danced about every dance, independence hall looked like he was going to be any kind as a two year old, went through a little bit of a dry spell. Now he's coming back into good form. King fury heard it there. He already know that he likes keenland and coat of honor who really this race according to all reports Dave is a marker for what he may do next. If he does not run well in the Faye yet, he'll probably be retired if he does run well. You may see him in races like the Pegasus and Dubai World Cup. Yeah, you hit on the four horses that I think it comes down to. I think those are the four best sleepy eyes Todd independence hall, coat of honor, king fury. They're just a couple of horses in here that I have never had great affection for. Sleepy eyes, Todd. I've never quite gotten it. I mean, the winds,.

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"single camp" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:28 min | 9 months ago

"single camp" Discussed on KOMO

"And other evidence. Customers found themselves in disbelief over a shooting that took place inside. You know, he could have shot a lot more people, you know? Which is very scary, You know, mothers, Children whatever. Investigators say a man in his twenties came in to buy alcohol, but was turned down because he already appeared intoxicated. At some point loss prevention officer came over to kick the man out. But as they reach the front doors, police say the man pulled out a gun and shot the security officer in the chest. A nearby elementary school went on lockdown as a precautionary measure. And the rest of the wind. Coast staff were sent home while the store remains temporarily closed. That's almost Joel Marino reporting, King County has agreed to pay $3.5 million to settle the lawsuit of a 45 year old woman who says when she was a runaway decades ago, sheriff's deputies left her at a massage business where she was forced into prostitution. Under the settlement terms. The woman who has to be identified by her initials M. T, has agreed to drop her case in any other potential claims against the county and its employees in the county admits no wrongdoing. Her attorney says decades old police reports written by undercover detective as part of a prostitution sting operation were key in cooperating the woman's claims and led to the settlement. Washington women are not likely to be affected by any Supreme Court ruling on abortion. Almost Jeff Polgar spoke with two strategists as efforts to further restrict abortion access continue. In Texas Republican strategist Randy Peple says Washingtonians have nothing to worry about it. And when Roe versus Wade is overturned by the Supreme Court abortion will be legal in Washington state. That's because it will become a state level decision, according to purple, But Democratic strategist Kathy Allen is concerned. Saying, this issue has become a symbol of party loyalty. This has become again they I would say the poster child for partisanship throughout the country. Jeff Pooja would come on news news Time is 4 38 the homeless and Cameron on the west side of Seattle's Green Lake continues to grow. It is now the largest single camp in Seattle, both in size and population. Congressman market, which says that makes it hard to clear the camp, and everyone must be offered some form of shelter before they're moved. What up? Kenny Bruce Dragger that was Nicky with bandit knows nearly everyone by name. I do roll call every day. I come by just to make sure their actual legitimate residents of green light and there's a lot of them, and I think there's in excess of 250 people living here right now. We probably had.

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"single camp" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:20 min | 9 months ago

"single camp" Discussed on KOMO

"Leads of King and Pierce counties with the mandate which requires you starting Monday to put on a mask when you go to an outdoor event with 500 or more people, whether you're vaccinated against Covid or not. Kinsley didn't hold back his feelings when he said, it's about saving lives and the economy. Frankly, sometimes it can be a little frustrating that the people who wind about the decisions we made early saved ourselves from this pandemic. Now turn around and don't want to get vaccinated are allowing this thing to continue to rampage. The state already has a mask order for everyone ages five and up to wear a mask in most indoor public spaces. The governor asked Idaho to adopt similar measures since Panhandle hospitals are on crisis, standards of care, and he's As Because some future patients will likely end up in eastern Washington hospitals. Ryan Harris Co Mo News. Newest coronavirus numbers in the State Health Department show more than 4200 new cases. In the last 24 hours. 59 more people have died. Another 252 have been hospitalized with the virus. And Covid patients take up more than 34% of ICU beds in our state. Now, more than 55% of the total state population is fully vaccinated against Covid 19. Looks like the program known as results. Washington, which presses state agencies to improve services, actually getting some of those results. Representatives from the Department of Children, Youth and Families told the governor About the success of peer counselors or appear Bridgers who use their own experience to help young people transition out of different states systems, Heather Maxwell, Reichert says. Once she's built a relationship, she can be there for people she helps at Western State Hospital. And includes supporting them as they take part in their own treatment and discharge plan. Somebody empowered to actually attend these treatment meetings and then have a voice. Sometimes they don't end up getting what they want. But just to see them be empowered enough to go in there and, you know be involved in the treatment. Team meetings is huge. The peer counseling program also gives youth transitioning out of the system of career option they might not have considered. Several local farms are about to get an influx of federal money more from McComb owes Jeff Poggioli. The funds are part of the rural electrification for America and USDA electric loan programs. They are designed to help small farms installed solar arrays and other energy saving equipment. Some $160,000 in grants are going to small farms in western Washington, along with other nationwide programmes. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack says combination of these renewable energy projects and energy efficiency projects Well, essentially save the equivalent of 379 million kilowatt hours of electricity. That's enough to power more than 35,000 homes. Jeff POSE will come on news. The homeless in capital the west side of Green Lake is growing and has been for some time. It's now the largest single camp in Seattle, both in size and population. Almost mad, Markovich says. That makes it hard to clear the camp. And everyone must be offered some form of shelter before their move. Put up. Kenny Bruce Draeger that was Nicky with Bandit knows nearly everyone by name. I do roll call every day. I come by just to make sure their actual legitimate residents of green light and there's a lot of them, and I think there's in excess of 250 people living here right now. We've probably had 50.

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"single camp" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:06 min | 9 months ago

"single camp" Discussed on KOMO

"Kinsley didn't hold back his feelings when he said, it's about saving lives and the economy. Frankly, sometimes it can be a little frustrating that the people who wind about the decisions we made early, saved ourselves from this pandemic. Now turn around and don't want to get vaccinated and are allowing this thing to continue to rampage. The state already has a mask order for everyone ages five and up to wear a mask in most indoor public spaces. The governor asked Idaho to adopt similar measures since Panhandle hospitals are on crisis, standards of care, and he's Says. Because some future patients will likely end up in eastern Washington hospitals. Ryan Harris KOMO News newest coronavirus Numbers in the State Health Department show more than 4200 new cases. In the last 24 hours. 59 more people have died. Another 252 have been hospitalized with the virus. And Covid patients take out more than 34% of ICU beds in our state. Now, more than 55% of the total state population is fully vaccinated against Covid 19. Looks like the program known as results. Washington, which presses state agencies to improve services, actually getting some of those results. Representatives from the Department of Children, Youth and Families told the governor About the success of peer counselors or appear Bridgers, who use their own experience to help young people transition out of different states systems. Heather Maxwell record says Once she's built a relationship, she can be there for people she helps at Western State Hospital. And includes supporting them as they take part in their own treatment and discharge plan. Somebody empowered to actually attend these treatment meetings and then have a voice. Sometimes they don't end up getting what they want. But just to see them be empowered enough to go in there and and, you know, be involved in the treatment. 10 meetings is huge. The peer counseling program also gives youth transitioning out of the system of career option they might not have considered. Several local farms are about to get an influx of federal money more from McComb owes Jeff Poggioli. The funds are part of the rural electrification for America and USDA electric loan programs. They are designed to help small farms install solar arrays and other energy saving equipment. Some $160,000 in grants are going to small farms in western Washington, along with other nationwide programmes. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack says combination of these renewable energy projects and energy efficiency projects Well, essentially save the equivalent of 379 million kilowatt hours of electricity. That's enough to power more than 35,000 homes. Jeff Pooja like, come on news, homeless and camping on the west side of Green Lake is growing and has been for some time. It's now the largest single camp in Seattle, both in size and population. Almost Matt Markovich says that makes it hard to clear the camp. And everyone must be offered some form of shelter before they're moved. What up? Kenny Bruce Trigger That was Nicky with bandit knows nearly everyone by name. I do roll call every day. I come by just to make sure their actual legitimate residents of green light and there's a lot of them and I think there's in excess.

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"single camp" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:19 min | 9 months ago

"single camp" Discussed on KOMO

"Of King and Pierce counties with the mandate which requires you starting Monday to put on a mask when you go to an outdoor event with 500 or more people, whether you're vaccinated against Covid or not. Kinsley didn't hold back his feelings when he said, it's about saving lives and the economy. Frankly, sometimes it can be a little frustrating that the people who wind about the decisions we made early and saved ourselves from this pandemic now turn around and don't want to get vaccinated and are allowing this thing to continue to rampage. The state already has a mask order for everyone ages five and up to wear a mask in most indoor public spaces. The governor asked Idaho to adopt similar measures since Panhandle hospitals are on crisis, standards of care, and he's Says. Because some future patients will likely end up in eastern Washington hospitals. Ryan Harris Co. Mo News. The newest coronavirus numbers in the state Health Department ship more than 4200 new cases in the last 24 hours. 59 more people have died. Another 252 people have been hospitalized with the virus. Covid patients take out more than 34% of ICU beds in our state. More than 55% of the total state population is fully vaccinated against Covid 19. Looks like the program known as results. Washington, which presses state agencies to improve services, actually getting some of those results. Representatives to the Department of Children, Youth and Families told the governor about the success of peer counselors or Pierre Bridgers, who use their own experience to help young people transition out of different state systems, Heather Maxwell Reichert says Once she's built a relationship, she can be there for the people she helps at Western State Hospital. That includes supporting them as they take part in their own treatment and discharge plan to see somebody empowered to actually attend these treatment meetings and then have a voice. Sometimes they don't end up getting what they want. But just to see them be empowered enough to go in there and, you know be involved in the treatment. Team meetings is huge. They appear counseling program also gives youth transitioning out of the system, a career option they might not have considered. Several local farms are about to get an influx of federal money more from Cuomo's Jeff Poggioli. The funds are part of the rural electrification for America and USDA electric loan programs. They are designed to help small farms install solar arrays and other energy saving equipment. Some $160,000 in grants are going to small farms in western Washington, along with other nationwide programmes. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack says combination of these renewable energy projects and energy efficiency projects Well, essentially save the equivalent of 379 million kilowatt hours of electricity. That's enough to power more than 35,000 homes. Jeff Pooja like Come on you. The homeless encampment on the west side of Green Lake is growing and has been for some time. It's now the largest single camp in Seattle, both in size and population. Almost Matt Markovich says that makes it hard to clear the camp and everyone must be offered some form of shelter before their move. What up Kenny Bruce Dragger that was Nicky with bandit knows nearly everyone by name. I do roll call every day. I come by just to make sure their actual legitimate residents of green light and there's a lot of them, and I think there's in excess of 250 people living here right now. We've probably had 50 people living here..

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"single camp" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:58 min | 9 months ago

"single camp" Discussed on KOMO

"Insley didn't hold back his feelings when he said, it's about saving lives and the economy. Frankly, sometimes it can be a little frustrating that the people who wind about the decisions we made early, saved ourselves from this pandemic. Now turn around and don't want to get vaccinated and are allowing this thing to continue to rampage. The state already has a mask order for everyone ages five and up to wear a mask in most indoor public spaces. The governor asked Idaho to adopt similar measures since Panhandle hospitals are on crisis, standards of care, and he's Says. Because some future patients will likely end up in eastern Washington hospitals. Ryan Harris KOMO News newest coronavirus Numbers in the State Health Department show more than 4200 new cases. In the last 24 hours. 59 more people have died. Another 252 have been hospitalized with the virus. And Covid patients take out more than 34% of ICU beds in our state. Now, more than 55% of the total state population is fully vaccinated against Covid 19. Looks like the program known as results. Washington, which presses state agencies to improve services, actually getting some of those results. Representatives from the Department of Children, Youth and Families told the governor About the success of peer counselors or appear Bridgers, who use their own experience to help young people transition out of different states systems. Heather Maxwell record says Once she's built a relationship, she can be there for people she helps at Western State Hospital. And includes supporting them as they take part in their own treatment and discharge plan. Somebody empowered to actually attend these treatment meetings and then have a voice. Sometimes they don't end up getting what they want. But just to see them be empowered enough to go in there and, you know be involved in these treatments in meetings is huge. The peer counseling program also gives youth transitioning out of the system of career option they might not have considered. Several local farms are about to get an influx of federal money more from McComb owes Jeff Podollan. The funds are part of the rural electrification for America and USDA electric loan programs. They are designed to help small farms install solar arrays and other energy saving equipment. Some $160,000 in grants are going to small farms in western Washington, along with other nationwide programmes. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack says combination of these renewable energy projects and energy efficiency projects Well, essentially save the equivalent of 379 million kilowatt hours of electricity. That's enough to power more than 35,000 homes. Jeff Pose will come on news, a homeless and capital, The west side of Green Lake is growing and has been for some time. It's now the largest single camp in Seattle, both in size and population. Almost Matt Markovich says that makes it hard to clear the camp and everyone must be offered some form of shelter before their move. What up Kenny Bruce trigger that was Nicky with bandit knows nearly everyone by name. I do roll call every day. I come by just to make sure.

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"single camp" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

01:55 min | 11 months ago

"single camp" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

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"single camp" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware

Table Manners with Jessie Ware

07:53 min | 11 months ago

"single camp" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware

"Speaking to wait. He'll close this a filthy story. Anyway i mean murphy coming up tape them on this onny murphy. Looking absolutely gorgeous is zoom in from new york. Thank you for being here. We are so excited so excited. Thank you for having me ladies so we just love shits creek. Got me through the the whole of lockdown. I can just tell you am. I've started to re watch it again. Because it was too good the first one and i just loved it so much in you don't say this. Because i do love them levy but a lexus was. Everyone's favourite characteristic. Oh my gosh jess. Well i mean i feel like you said nearly the same thing too dumb levy when he was on the past but we will figure out this kind of it was a combination of her innocence and yet her lack of kind of lacking streetwise but streetwise at the same time and kind of a noncha- new really in a way to the world and what the world could offer all the possibilities. Away from the trappings of wealth and it was so lovely. That was rather anger. I just thought it was gorgeous. Just loved you. You just said more about alexis frozen. You did at my wedding anyway enough about us. How are you. you've got something new to promote. Wow i do. I'm in new york. Look overlooking central park. Feeling very fancy right now. I'm here to promote a show. Are we question. Are we allowed to hang. We're on okay. Good so minute. New show is called kevin can fuck himself. Yemen's it's on. Amc it's it's a very dark comedy about so you know the sitcom husband that we've grown used to over the years. The kind of schlumpy beer-drinking sports lovin doofus via. It's not about him for once. It's about his wife that we don't we know we know that she's there. We know that she serves sandwiches. And she kind of provides the setup for a joke or as the butt of a joke but we have never really gotten to know her in the past So this show follows the sitcom wife and what's really exciting about it. Is that when when we're with kevin. We're in full sitcom mode. So it's it's bright set. Canned laughter terrible corny jokes and then when we follow alison out of the room. The show turns to a really gritty really dark single game. I watched the trailer. Yeah so it's it's really fun to kind of see how this woman who doesn't get to say much really has a lot going on inside and has kind of harvard and pushed down years and years and years of anger and frustration and sadness and so we kind of follow her on that journey that may or may not lead to a murder plot against her husband. So i mean this is me being really annoying every journalist. You've probably spoken to you. Is there a little bit of desperate housewives in there. Is there a little bit of them. What's the one elizabeth olsen's in one division one division and then there's also that one the truman show. Is it kind of all these kind of an the right ballpark care or is it. Completely out of this well completely different. You're in the right ballpark. Although with this show you quickly learned that. There's no like there's no magic involved. There it's just kevin's world is the sitcom world. And that's where he exists. And allison's world is the single camp so it's not. I'm not playing an actress on the show so we just kind of have to suspend our disbelief a little bit and just accept that my world is single cam. His world is multi-car interesting. So you not like alexis anew. Not like allison. What are you light. Tell us about where you grew up. I grew up in ottawa ontario canada. To i'm an only kid. Both of my parents started out as teachers so not at all in the in the entertainment industry. My first part was Hyena number two in a in an and well beloved play called green cheese pie written by a great teacher. That's very really got a taste a taste for the stage and i. I went amazing high school. That had an amazing drummer program. And so i was in a theater nerd growing up and then went to theater school for university and it went from there but before it went from the it went a bit shit. Oh it went real ship. Yeah house burning down. Yeah i mean there was a there was a real stretch of time where yes. My house did burn down. I hadn't booked apart in. I would say over two years if i if i do the correct math. I say years. I had come so close. it would seem to always be down to me and one other girl and then i would never be the girl who got the exciting phone call. I had very little money. And i think there there was so much excitement and then let down that. I just hit a point where it was such an emotional roller coaster that i Proclaimed loudly and snotty to the universe. One day that i i was going to change career paths to what i don't know because acting really was the only thing i felt good at but then it was the next day that i got an e mail in my inbox Asking me to audition for alexis rose on shits creek and when you went to the auditions i guess maybe was it because you felt slightly resolute. You were quitting. See when i fuck it. I'll just give it a guy really you feel like maybe something changed in that in the way that you presented yourself in the dish in order would. Did you go in there being like last chance illness. Bloody do this. I think it was a bit of. Oh i think there was a bit of like fuck it. What the why not like. What could possibly go wrong. Because i was always thinking like oh. Everything's going to go wrong. But i also saw on the breakdown that eugene levy and catherine o'hara were were already attached to do the show and they since i was a little kid two of my my comedy icons and i knew the show is going to be wonderful because everything they do turns to gold so i knew the show is gonna be great and it was a rare occasion where i read the sides at the script that they gave us for the addition and i felt like okay. I can do this like i picture myself doing this. This feels comfortable. It feels in my wheelhouse. And that never happens for during an audition. I always feel like. I'm forcing myself into the role. But that wasn't the case with this one. So i practiced in practice and practiced. And i was like you know what maybe all need you. Gene levy like. Maybe i'll go in. And i'll do a decent audition and on meet eugene levy and what a what a experience that would be and they went in. I was all prepared and it. Was dan levy sitting there. Not eugene. bit disappointed disappointed when she.

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"single camp" Discussed on Masters Decoded

Masters Decoded

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"single camp" Discussed on Masters Decoded

"To spreading so heavily in that period in lebanon lebanese tended to undermine edge because they were going through the gravity of the explosion itself which came on the heels off a banking crisis that saw people's savings vanish that saw the value of the currency Dropped down to two one tenth of you and there were many questions being asked about human suffering in the human condition that period but more importantly in the course of making this film i started to wonder what is the culpability of the lebanese government office. And to what extent should it be stepping forward to to protect these citizens or do just anything for them. And that's what happened over the course of this film. It started out being about nicole speaking about an explosion. And what's happened to her husband. But by the end of it her interviews all all her Messaging was directed at the lebanese government. Who would imagine if the government was listening to us and she would be talking to them invisibly and that was the only way she could vent in. And you know. Get herself to articulate anything. She was just so bitter and so were many lebanese people because our government somehow did not step to do anything after the explosion. We've had a number of demonstrations calling for the government to to do more and what ended up happening on these days was that the government officials were shooting down at people with with machine. It was quite quite a time to be in. Lebanon not only experiencing the grief but experiencing a government that is trying to hold onto power at any cost even if it means shooting shooting at protesters with with live ammunition the risk personally. And it's not just for you even for your crew. That responsibility that you had to show love green sure that your crew and you are in kept saved as you navigate at one. We spoke about nicole being amazing data and also she ready to share the story. How are you able to get her being comfortable to do that. And you. You said that she didn't say yes or no. But it's not the first time you've done that in your other cities whether it's a champ of the the grandma thousand woods you've done that time and again how do you meet people comfortable because if you shoot me right now i will be completely uncomfortable. He title for the daichi. How do you do that. How do you make them at these. I'm i. I have that embarrassed grin on my face right now and i. I wish i could give you a straight answer. I would describe myself before being a filmmaker as being a people's person. I'm i'm a street guy. I have spent so much time in my life On the street speaking to people and have done that around the world. I've done that in bars. I've done that in. Markets have also to to thank India and hinduism for. I've i've done yoga for more than half of my life. I'm forty two years old I can't really put my finger on anything. But i can feel who is a person who is ready to talk. And who's the person who is just going to remain like a closed shell so my talent is not necessarily talking to people. It's more identifying person who might open up and might open up and share a pain as opposed to a person who is only interested in being on tv because those are the people who opened up a bit too easily and they make themselves available. You know that the people who get on their tiptoes so you choose them with you with your camera. So i know how to avoid those as well And i i. I you know i because i was going to be talking to you. Also do justice to some of the art which you have created and i did spend time on champ of the times on a sunday morning. I was thinking politics. Not typically if you watch sudden cds of documentaries you want to skip ahead and we'll see what the other protagonists is gonna win it or lose it or what. The intentions of what the other obstacles are gonna be but kennedy. I didn't press one time. Also that ends another fifteen second class four. It was so intriguing engaging that i kept on with it And i watched it at diabetes And it was heartening emot- move and many of you are the peace and that they thought that you know even a media or i would give that word documentary like what you did. The chapel the camps has its place in the mainstream media believe mainstream media. Movies are which has songs and drama and lot of emotions even the champ of the cam head but it was not a commercial intent maury. It was something which was standing story lease individuals staying in those camps. But that was not a long. It was much more than that. How do you get motivation to do that for such a long time polling. Those janis right. I personally watch the champ of cams and it's a heart touching story about the blue collar. Workers in dubai and documentary takes more profound insight into the dubai worker camps. Yoda's glimpse of the of the camps me. Last that's would have the sense. Select the beginning the slovak. I'm matter put up with Champion is the film. i made about E- untucked shirt singing competition that takes place inside the labor camps. Oh the united arab emirates so each participating camp would have a singing competition Mostly bollywood songs and winner in every camp competes with the winners of other camps and ultimately you have the champ of all camps labor camps in themselves are are where the main interest for me. A labor camp is is a very controversial construct That is synonymous to the rise of the arabian gulf. It's the spaces. Where thousands of men who work mostly in the lay the such industry go to sleep in the evening They are men own. The three thousand men can live in in a single camp. The facilities are poor. Of course in in case you compare it to the rest of the city and many of these men are separated from their families usually india pakistan nepal bangladesh and they're such rated for years Wildly in by and.

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"single camp" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:52 min | 1 year ago

"single camp" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Yes it is free. Talk live the live call in radio. Talk program where you can call in and talk about anything. That's on your mind. The telephone number here in the studio is six zero. Three two eight three six one six zero again. Six zero three two eight three six one six. Oh i am your host tonight. They call me the reverend captain. Kick ass joining me. Because near and melanie and i'm going to go to a party and you guys go to this party. It's called fork fast. Twenty twenty one. I got my I got my reservations For the campground just recently as a matter of fact yes coming away. You're probably going to be then all right. Well we'll we'll drink one for you but you listeners. Out there in radio land and internet land conjoin liberty minded voluntary anarchists and libertarians from june. Twenty eighth through july fourth for four fast twenty twenty one at rogers campground in the beautiful white mountains of new hampshire. Now fork fast happens the week after the porcupine freedom festival but forecast is decentralized which means that there's no ticket cost and no one is in charge. All you have to do is reserve your camping site. Rv site or motel room with rogers campground for june twenty eighth through july fourth. I can't think of a better place to celebrate independence day than around other freedom loving activist in the shire you can find out more at the unofficial website fork fast dot party where you can connect with other attendees and you can find the unofficial telegram chat and an unofficial forum again links to those are all found at fort fast dot party. We hope to see you at fork. Fast twenty twenty one and this one promises to be quite a raider. Yeah i'm told that the porcupine freedom festival which is the week before fork fast has sold out and so if people do want to go to some sort of a camping festival fork fast has not yet sold out. Yeah i I like to go to both of those. Yes and They had by the time. I got there. They had already sold out for three days every single camping spot for During the pork porcupine. Freedom festival Except for Primitive camping No electric yet. Ten sites no electric no water And i think there's going to be a a lot of people that Decide to stick around for forecast this year. It would be great and i'm looking forward to it because well i had fun last year and i plan to have some fun again this year. Yeah if you if you ever wondered what the What a peaceful society would look like. Come experience it for yourself. Yup voluntary people doing voluntary things all voluntarily. It's pretty interesting experience. We're gonna shift gears a little bit with regards to our stories but first. Let's go to david david. I forgot where are you calling from. Well i'm not in san francisco as well. I recognize your voice. What's on your mind tonight. David well It's funny. I don't know if you owe the libertarians. Have a position on slavery success. Good yeah against all forms of it. Yeah good and so. You're familiar with the old company store and involuntary servitude where you gotta work for a company that has company script and so the value of their money Changes so often that you you can never break even soul to albany so so yeah now this infrastructure bill. It's coming up well. First of all the supreme court the other day just decided to Allow children to be put in prison for the rest of their lives. Wow not aware of that because they had done the opposite maybe ten years ago. Oh yeah and in fact. It was written by cabinet. Who was drunk when he was a teenager. You know and In fact i was frigging drunk. By the time i was a teenager. I don't think they should put anybody under mature enough to be held accountable for your actions to actually go to jail. You're mature enough to be allowed to move out. Sign contracts by property. Gonna full time job. And i will die on this hill if you want to lower the age of majority of fifteen. Then you can arrest fifteen-year-olds for felonies and put them in. Jail are misdemeanors either right if not apparently their children and children don't go to jail or they shouldn't it. Well this was ruling just the other day Sixty three and everybody on trump's team Voted for this that No matter what you know it's like guarantee you're in for life and And so when you think about the way that Slavery was introduced into america. It was involuntary. Servitude in australia was the same way they were like prison camps and they said everybody australia to work off their sentence. Devil's island Was another one that france had yeah and was talking about people who have no ability to walk away so there's a conflict they can't handle they can't just leave. They have no ability to pick their own lawyer. It's illegal for them to work to hire an attorney for for their defense. They have no ability to its if their if their mom says. You can't leave the house to go to court are you. Can't leave the house and go. Talk to your attorney. Legally they might be a different issue because there's legally they can't leave the house unless their parents say to to go talk to the attorney that they do have who's starting their career as a court appointed minor. Attorney so yeah. It's horrible getting on some interesting angles. That are additional. Well this deserve the most protection. They are the most vulnerable people right. Yeah well where. I was going to go with this. You know if you were born in love canal or if you're born in flint michigan and your You know you're born with a bad water or are such pollution that you're radioactive pollution. Things like this and so if you're smart you have to buy You know clean water at an extra high price and that's where it gets into the company store and so you know. Donald trump and george bush and a whole pack of other corrupt crooked politicians for decades have tried to get rid of all regulations on polluters. That they got the right to poison their own land. They got the right to pollute their own. Land day on the land. Free and clear. Nee can do whatever they want on their own land and that is one of those cases where they broke your leg and they'll sell you the crutch because what should be happening is that you should be allowed to sue people that cause you damage and that ought to include environmental damage but the courts of england decided against that and then it got passed into our legal tradition. That you can't sue for for pollution. Which is insane right. Yeah exactly and especially when they invent new chemicals every day and i think they were introducing twenty thousand new chemicals into the market every year and the food and drug administration or the fda or excuse me the epa were were unable to To manage to keep up with all of these new products that are coming in. You know the the sewage departments Of the world have got a deal now with all sorts of strange chemicals..

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"single camp" Discussed on Desperate Pastor Podcast

Desperate Pastor Podcast

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"single camp" Discussed on Desperate Pastor Podcast

"I mean a water balloon fight. I think i'd rather but there's something really like i've done. Crud wars many times to varying levels of grossness like we go to beulah beach. Sure hub for big event every year. Showdowns yeah Sorry yeah repin. The camp no but may have a one day at the end. I mean it could be six hundred eight hundred people depending on the year and it's a huge field and they just have garbage cans full and it's and they they lined you up and they bring out you know round one and they say you go out and if it's how do you win by getting destroyed or normally what happens. If you're the student ministry pastor your kids your students are looking for you. And they're just trying to destroy but one year my the leaders that we took One of the guys. he will remain nameless. He is like he goes all out and like no matter what and he for. Some reason chose nicole my wife as his target every round and the last round was i think it was anyway one of the rounds seaweed from lake erie ashes and he slapped her and literally in the side of her head. And then you all everyone this tradition. It's all done walk over to everyone goes into lay geary yes to get the majority of of you and as we're doing that nicole like she's like is it out and see weed in her ear to pull it out so that was kinda. Gross water balloons. At least you kind of you know what you're getting into her. You know. I just don't i don't like old food when somebody asked a retainer and i dig through cam like like yes couldn't do. Yeah 'cause i mean. I did it but it was crow site and i eat. The food wasn't rather like let it. Just go it's garbage now. It's gone your wedding ring. I'm sorry how they the jeweler has more. What are you may gonna say water balloons. I thought the thought of food. Like i don't mind the thought of food. I guess the thought of food. I think that our dickey. I don't lighten emmy that. They do it right. go to. They'd be like water balloons first and then like they've done before was a thing but like a big deal. They would do that and then flower. You're making pace like no. But i have about this. How much have the a bunch of balloons changed your life student. Always like that's worth the extra couple of dollars every time like you can do right there. Like oh there's one hundred era where you put. Your fingers are all bleeding. The time you're done right because other gizmos they make never worked for me. It's either tom or a bunch of balloons and we used to do for soccer camp. We would do coaches vs campers every year water balloon fight and we would do for five hundred and so the night before you're just after campaign just sitting there tie up when i used to be on staff at a couple of different camps and the one camp we do like a water balloon war every single camp week and there was four of us that were on fulltime staff and that was our job. There's a day every week where we were like. It's that time even a- water balloons and the next five our year like they. Did you put that on your resume. That's i did. He doesn't professional tire callous. By the way. I don't like a lot of people then especially teenagers in your the youth pastor in the face i feel they target your head there..

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"single camp" Discussed on Nerdlab Podcast

Nerdlab Podcast

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"single camp" Discussed on Nerdlab Podcast

"While you play lands each turn and just pay your other stuff the camps in redlands you choose three camps the start of the out of six and these provide an ongoing ability h them. They provide an ability. You can use anytime you line and these were really shape how the game plays out some be aggressive and some won't be defensive but they'll have form combinations with each other and this is the thing a single camp you'll play many times but you plant with different combinations of other camps which makes every game really different and the pe- the people in the game like i'm you take something so the most common abilities just damaged is just a ten one of the other opponents count sideways now. You can only hit their people at the front. You come to decide which you're important people and which you're unimportant people and which of your camps are important that you want to put people in front of them so take something like rescue team. For instance. rescue team is a person but it can return one of your other people to hand each turn. You could pretend someone is injured to your hand and then play them again. Now every card in the game you can also discussed it for junk ability which is like a free icon in the corner of the count. You can pick something up off the table and then throw it away as that you can. I mean you can pick the the rescue teams themselves up. The opponent could applied an event. That's about to blow awhile. You'll stuff or you could have and you can use the rescue team to pick your people up and save them. Rescue team is just sort of one of many kumba pieces that this game has. I mean if i had two decks of magic that would be interesting to keep me interested for a while but the idea of this game is there are so many combos in there in a small box that the game adjust never the same. Even if they weren't three different camps each time that you could use this box has been designed to have a game in it that you can just play endlessly that is the objective of this design is not a game where you have to keep buying new staff or there's a million bits. It's just a little box. The people will be playing for years. Because we've been playing for years and was still really enjoying. Yeah that's very interesting. That goes a bit into the direction of the game that i am going to publish this year as well when it comes to being The box game having a lot of combination in there and playing more or less from from one deck And not having to build your own decks before you start playing for example so was anything in the starting point. What they're anything That you that you considered from magic the gathering and your experience with the game that you want to make different in the game for for redlands. So was there any specific. Let's say flaws magic or aspect of magic that you didn't want to have in redlands. Yeah there's a law so the game is nothing like a jake butt. Magic is so prevalent and so dominant sort of in. This card came area that it's useful to compare again to magic. I mean there are a million magic knockoffs that are basically magic with small modifications with this. I wanted to say what is magic. Achieving and how can i achieve it in a different white magic combat system. Way you have your own people. And i am use..

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"single camp" Discussed on Trapping Today

Trapping Today

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"single camp" Discussed on Trapping Today

"Where was a beaver house above a very short. Damn we found where filbert cassatt to traps for them. The beaver was living on newly cut. Wood and i saw where he had felt a large white birch lengthwise of the stream instead of as their usual custom toward the water. This evidently been evidently been done intentionally. So that as he cut them off you could roll the pieces. They being too heavy for him to drag in if they had been lying lengthwise after walking a mile or two further. We came to another small pond on the further side of which we could see the smoke. Filbert's camp approaching. We told billings go in. I and i remember phil brooks asking. What in the world cinema over there so quick after fair and myself slid down into the camp and received a hearty welcome as philbrick had been my partner in the fall of fifty-nine on cock cochran comic. His camp which had been built before the snow came was about seven feet by ten feet and intended for only one man one had to slide down in order to get into the door as the snow was four or five feet deep. It was a single camp. The back being made of split for and protected from fire by rocks and earth piled against it our whole outfit cooking tools consisted of one pint dipper and a very shallow plate in the corner next to the door. Philbrick had his cooking establishment. Here he had bartsch burke dish in which he mixed his flower his water. Being in another dish of birchbark he rolled out his bread. On a sheet of birchbark with a rolling pin made from a stick appealed maple. His food consisted entirely of meat bread and tea. He baked the bread and tinplate and friday's meeting in the same plate using a stick split stick for a handle. The place was not large enough to get ourselves enter snowshoes and at night we had to our snow shoes out of doors we had to lie in edgewise. Impasse the dogs over as using them for pillows. When filbert got supper we ate up the moose meat. He'd fried in a stint plate. So fast there was a good while before he got his turn..

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"single camp" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"single camp" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Gathering and sign you to live but you can allow it is the music they're playing their watches there watching CNN on the big TV listing to pretty hip music enjoy your music specialist but a listening this is now it's a pretty hip Yakima back in like twenty ten it was a big hit back then though is that right but I got a lot of people gathered there and I don't think it's pretty hip music for the for the crew down no let's go to that everybody everybody smart they have all of their every single camp has their own live YouTube channel and so you can is this the first time I've ever seen this before you can literally go from Sanders to warn headquarters the Buddha judge headquarters you go to all of them on you to and you can listen to you know what's going on well here's the having is Joe Biden's camp in the morning Michelle the Sanders off I'd.

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"single camp" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

14:25 min | 3 years ago

"single camp" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Loaded. Gary McNamara and Eric Harley on Red Eye Radio all around the world and across America. We are he's Eric Harley and I'm Gary McNamara. Just reading this here from Elizabeth Warren. She was on Twitter, yesterday's saying that she will not go on Fox News that she was invited to do a town hall, and Fox News. But I'm turning them down. And she posted why Fox News is a hate for profit racket that gives a megaphone to racist. And those that promote conspiracy theories, it's designed to turn us against each other. Risking life and death consequences to provide cover for the corruption. That's running our government and Halloween out our middle class and of quote, I don't know. I think that's hate speech against the media. I think that if Elizabeth Warren became president, that she would try to get rid of the first amendment, you know, she is a tacking the media. Yeah. As a president. Candidate. It sounds like she's saying Fox News is the enemy of the people he absolutely right. And, and so we need to have this, the stop she's, she's trying to take away people's first amendment rights by stating this. Yeah. By does this, does this sound familiar, folks? I think that we should call her out on that he's saying Fox News is the enemy of the people. Trying to take away our first amendment rights. Yeah. All right. We had to do so she hasn't dropped out of the race yet. No, no. She's retooling to. Oh, yeah, they're all retooling everybody. Everybody now is in the retooling stage, there's Biden and Bernie and the rest of the group that says, hey, we're still here or reintroduction. They're reintroducing themselves. I saw one article in the headline was something to the effect of bets aerobics wife hits, the campaign trail with them for the first time ever. And I thought. I is that going to make the difference? Mrs beco-. She makes the difference. Here's that line. From fourteen hours ago. Work attempts to reboot his campaign on the view bemoans his privilege and elitist campaign launch. This former Representative better rock of Texas. Tried rebooting his twenty twenty campaign on the view Tuesday admitting that he made some missteps he's specifically indicated that he rented saying he sometimes raised his son, and that his Vanity Fair cover reinforced to perception that he was privileged. When co host bay are asked to be thought the Vanity Fair cover looked elitist O'Rourke nodded, his head. Oh, yeah. I think it reinforces the perception of privilege. He also clarified that he wasn't trying to say that he was just born to be in the twenty twenty race. Remember that one? Yeah. I was born. Right. As vanity fair's headline might have suggested. I have a lot to learn. I was attending to say that I felt that my call him was in public service. No one is born to be president United States least of all me. That is the spirit that you look that may if, if look, we give everybody campaign advice, and I would like to give some campaign advice to a rock, that might not you might not want that to be your calling card when you're running for president of the United States. Well, it's the anti euphoria. This is what the love when I talked about the president and his his rally in Panama City beach last week. And I was watching it. I watched it the next day, you, and I don't get to see them when they're in the evening, we don't get to see them because we sleep through him. And he posted on his official page the video of the whole thing, the whole speech and all of it. And the one thing that was really coming out through that was the energy and it was massive energy there. It was. You felt that kind of I don't know if you four you is the right word, but certainly a ton of very positive forward moving energy. Momentum. I don't get that from any of the candidates on the left at this point, maybe we'll develop. But it's not there now. And you think about this whole idea of relaunching? He's basically saying, yeah, I don't know why anybody would vote for. On privileged. I really screwed up my launch. I'm privileged. Fair thing was just awful. I'm privileged. I came off as a list. I'm privileged. I it because the nets very I'm thinking to myself, if I'm on that couch. I'm I'm, I'm begging to ask one question. Well, wait a minute. Would would it make sense to vote for you? Well, I'm thinking to that. If, if I was going to run for political office. Right. Even if I was more liberal running as Democrats just too dang hard what? Because you can't win. You gotta figure up Vanity Fair calls and says we want to do a cover story. You're thinking, oh man. This is it. Here we go. I'm going to go from that guy in Texas who almost beat Ted Cruz. To being the president and it's going to start right? I mean this is it. It's the big time, Vanity Fair. Best thing you know, you're on the view going. Oh, that was a horrible. That was so bad. Man's that I looked privilege, I have held up. I would have if he was going down that road. You know, one wants the question was asked, and I was another panelist there at the view, which is not going to happen. But if I were sitting there, I would have had the vaccine outgoing okay would you have chosen this picture because, you know, he's going to go. Oh, no. No, no, no. That was horrible picture to just slam everything. Yeah. But he he went from from stay saying that. That he was born to be present in the United States to that of everybody born in the United States he is the least of all of them. That'd be president. Right. That's probably not a way to frame, the argument when you're running for president of the United States, just saying he realized with this brand new approach that says. Yeah. I'm not the guy. Please vote for me for president United States of all the three hundred and twenty million citizens who might deserve to be president. I am the least of them. Please vote for me, right? I don't deserve to be president, this ad paid for by roared. I'm bento and I kind of approve this, I'd probably won't be approving this at tomorrow. I think most of us probably would take the gamble and say, well, I'm not what anybody's born to be, but all three hundred and twenty million Americans. I'm sure hells better choice than half of you. Let's just first of all a cameraman. Can you get a shot of this audience? Let's look at these people, none of these people could ever be president. Exactly. That's why you need me. Could you imagine Trump at a rally if Trump right now said, I was born to be in this position. I was born to be president. I mean his the people would go. Oh, yeah. The rally would go crazy. Oh, yeah. It would have the opposite effect. Now. He would be MSNBC. He was he was born to be president was born to be president has talked to God. But it wouldn't matter. No, it doesn't matter. It would it wouldn't matter at all it, he would still be hated but his people with. But. To say of all three hundred twenty million people that may have been, you know, may may deserve to be president or were born to be president. I'm the least of them. Please vote for me. Yeah. I just let it. So how, how does he phrases? Disclaimer in the ads paid for by his campaign. I'm bell roar. Can I? Kind of approve this. I, I, I probably won't approve this message tomorrow. Catch up with me next week when I'm on the view. Oh man. I mean. I quit. If I'm giving you advice, I, there's just no way to go on you. You just. Quick, just be done that all it may be time to get a real job. Yes. Board factory or something. The private sector may be calling me. Well. I don't know how you take that and create you for you. Yeah. The least of which there, there has to be there has to be a huge comedown because remember, we're not even we're not even a year pass view the election of last year. Think about this. And to to go from the high of where he even after even after losing to Ted Cruz, how close he came the high that where he is. Now. It's like nobody cares. Yeah. Oh, it's that guy. Oh, yeah. That's not going well. But see, well, this describes this describes what's going on in every case, except right now, Biden, think about this. Yeah, you're right Biden the whole creepy gate thing went on for a week. With. You had women this post hashtag need to get women coming out saying, well, you know, he, he didn't cross a legal line, but certainly an ethical line, and it was weird. It was odd the whole thing and his numbers went up. Well think about this. Would you would you run for political office and you're hearing, the national show, you and I would want to be discussing the issues. Here's where I stand, this should be done. This should be done. I believe the guy that the incumbent is, who is the incumbent is doing this wrong this wrong this wrong this wrong. What's he talking about, right? He's talking about the perception that he was that he's privileged. Think about that. You're running for the highest office in the land. And instead of talking about the issues you're talking about the fact that the imagery of the perception was I, I was privileged. I regret saying about how I raised my son, could you imagine having to talk about your family and regret. I'll I'm sorry. What I thought my family and my wife and whatever I never even get into those topics, because that would just be I love my family. My kids are great. My, my, my wife has been a fantastic. Now, let's talk the issues when you're a liberal, he's, he's just, he's not talking about justifying the issues. He's believe in that he believes in and how we should you know, put them into legistlation. He's talking about the fact of whether he's personally qualified to be president of the United States because of all the wrong things that he has said about himself and his family that had to do the perception of how he's raised his kids. And whether the perception of whether he is a privileged white, man. Thank about that. Right. I couldn't I would never I would never run for political office anyway. That's not my thing. But even if I thought about it, I'd say, democrat. No, that's that's where I'm stuck if I'm going to run as a Republican what am I talking about? I'll be talking about the issues. We're talking about Mark Cuban saying that he's still might run as an independent Mark Cuban said a long time ago. If he did run an a party, he'd picked Republicans could you imagine Mark Cuban trying to run. In the democrat party would be impossible while you're a privileged white, man. Tell me aside, from Biden, Bernie Goetz Bernie doesn't have the, the Bernie thing doesn't have the same energy at this point that it did know it takes six no does that, that could change. But I don't know why it what I don't know what would bring new momentum to it. But. Otherwise, it's Biden. What's the energy behind Biden, that it's not on issues? It's not. It's almost as if we're doing everything about Biden, that they don't that. They would ignore about Aurora or anybody else because Biden, we believe the most electable right that we the only event is the poll, a plurality, that's not a majority of Kratz. So he still if he ever if he once we get into the debate season, there are going to be plenty of people throwing arrows by. Yes. But those throwing arrows are the ones polling in single numbers, and Iraq and the throwing of the euro's is that necessarily going to ended up at self isn't necessarily going to get you there. Get you to those double digits or to the top nobody all the people throwing EROs everybody. When you take all their two, three four five six seven eight percentage points all the way up to ten percent is roughly fifty percent of the people out there a of the democrat. So they all are extremely liberal that are that are for all those candidates out there. So it may be not just the candidates throwing arrows, but others in the media throwing arrows to all all at one guy and gives still gives no momentum. That's the -ssarily. You're the one single camp. Absolutely eight six six ninety redeye..

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"single camp" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

14:34 min | 3 years ago

"single camp" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"They're loaded for gimme back and Eric early on Red Eye Radio all around the world and across America. We are he's Eric Harley, and I'm Gary McNamara just reading this from Elizabeth Warren. She was on Twitter yesterday's thing that she will not go on Fox News that she was invited to a town hall and Fox News, but I'm turning them down. And she posted why Fox News is a hate for profit racket that gives a megaphone to racist. And those that promote conspiracy theories it's designed to turn us against each other risking life and death consequences to provide cover for the corruption. That's running our government and Halloween out our middle class end of quote of I don't know. I think that's hate speech against the media. I think that if Elizabeth Warren became president that she would try to get rid of the first amendment. You know, she is a tacking the media. Yeah. As presidential candidate. It's. Sounds like she's saying Fox News is the enemy of the people. He absolutely right. And and so we need to have this the stop. She's she's trying to take away people's first amendment rights by stating this. Yeah. Does this does this sound familiar, folks? I think that we should call her out on that. Are you saying Fox News is the enemy of the people? Trying to take away our rights. Yeah. All right. To do. So she hasn't dropped out of the race yet. No. No. Me. No, she's retooling to. Oh, yeah. They're all retooling everybody. Everybody. Now is in the retooling stage. There's Biden and Bernie and the rest of the group that says, hey, we're still here or reintroduction re in their reintroducing themselves. I saw one article in the headline was something to the effect of Beto. Aerobics wife hits the campaign trail with them for the first time ever. And I thought. I is that going to make a difference. Mrs beco-. She makes the difference. Here's that line from fourteen hours ago that'll work attempts to revoke his campaign on the view, bemoans, his privilege and elitist campaign launch. This. Former rubber set of better Rourke of Texas tried rebooting his twenty twenty campaign on the view Tuesday admitting that he made some missteps he's specifically indicated that he greeted sane. He sometimes raised his son, and that his Vanity Fair cover reinforced to perception that he was privileged. When co host joy as to be thought, the Vanity Fair cover looked elitist O'Rourke nodded his head. Oh, yeah. I think it reinforces the perception of privilege. He also clarified that he wasn't trying to say that he was just born to be in the twenty twenty race. Remember that one I was born as vanity fair's headline might have suggested. I have a lot to learn. I was attending to say that I felt that my calling was in public service. No one is born to be president United States. Least of all me. That is the spirit that you look that may if if look we give everybody campaign advice, and I would like to give some campaign advice to a rock that might not you might not want that to be your calling card when you're running for president of the United States. Well, it's the anti euphoria. This is what the left when I talked about the president and his his rally in Panama City beach last week. And I was watching it. I watched it the next day you, and I don't get to see them when they're in the evening. We don't get to see them because we sleep through them. And and he posted on his official page, the video of the whole thing, the whole speech and all of it. And the one thing that was really coming out through that was the energy, and it was massive energy there. It was you felt that kind of. I don't know if you four you is. Is the right word, but certainly a ton of very positive forward. Moving energy. Momentum. I don't get that from any of the candidates on the left at this point. Maybe it will develop. But it's not there now. And you think about this whole idea of relaunching? He's basically saying, yeah. I don't know why anybody would vote for. You know, I'm privileged. I really screwed up. My launch. I'm fair thing was just awful. I'm privileged. I came off as a list, I'm privileged. I it because the next Jerry I'm thinking to myself if I'm on that couch. I'm I'm I'm begging as one question. We'll wait a minute. Would would it make sense to vote for you? Well, I'm thinking to that. If if I was going to run for political office, right? Even if I was more liberal running as Democrats just too dang hard what? Because you can't win. You. Gotta figure up Vanity Fair calls says we want to do a cover story thinking. Oh, man. This is it. Here we go. I'm gonna go from that guy in Texas who almost beat Ted Cruz. To being the president. And it's going to start right? I mean, this is it. It's the big time Vanity Fair best thing, you know, you're on the view going. Oh, that was a horrible. That was so bad. Man's that I looked privilege. I I would have held up. The I if he was going down that road. You know, one once the question was asked, and I was another panelist there at the view, which is not going to happen. But if I were sitting there, I would have had the vaccine outgoing. Okay. Would you chose this picture because you know, he's gonna go. No, no, no, no. That was horrible picture to just slam everything. He he went from from stay saying that. That he was born to be president United States to that of everybody born in the United States. He is the least of all of them that the president. Right. That's probably not a way to frame the argument when you're running for president of the United States just saying he realized with this brand new approach that says. I'm not the guy plays for me for president United States of all three hundred twenty million citizens who might deserve to be president. I am the least of them please vote for me. Right. I don't deserve to be president. Is that paid for by roared? I'm bento, and I kind of approve this. But I won't probably won't be approving this tomorrow. I think most of us probably would take the gamble and say, well, I don't know what anybody's born to be. But all three hundred twenty million Americans. I'm sure hells better choice in half of you. Let's just first of all a cameraman. Can you get a shot of this audience? Let's look at these people. None of these people could ever be president. Exactly. That's why you need me. Could you could could you imagine Trump at a rally of Trump right now said I was born to be in this position. I was born to be president. I mean, his people would go. Oh. The rally would go crazy him. Oh, yes. It would have the opposite effect. Now. He would be a MSMBC was born to be president was born to be president has talked to God. But wouldn't matter. No. It doesn't matter. It would it wouldn't matter at all it. He would still be hated. But his people with. But as to say of all the hundred and twenty million people that may have been you know, may may deserve to be president or were born to be president. I'm the least of them please vote for me. Yeah. I just let it so how does he phrase his disclaimer in the ads paid for by his campaign? I'm bell. Roar. Can I? Kind of approve this mess. I I I probably won't approve. This message tomorrow. Catch up with me next week when I'm on the view. Oh, man. I mean. Quit. If I'm giving you advice. I there's just no way to go on you. You just. Quit just be done. But it may be time to get a real job. Yes. Kate board factory or something the private sector may be calling. Well. I don't know how you take that and create you for you. Yeah. The least of which there there has to be there has to be a huge comedown. Because remember, we're not even we're not even a year pass view the election of last year. Think about this. And to to go from the high of where he even after even after losing to Ted Cruz. How close he came the high that where he is now it's like, nobody cares. Oh, it's that guy. Oh, yeah. That's not going well, but see well this, but this is scribes. This describes what's going on in every case except right now Biden thick about this. You're right Biton, the whole creepy gate thing went on for a week. With. You had women this post hashtag need to get women coming out saying, well, you know, he he didn't cross a legal line, but certainly an ethical line. And it was weird. It was odd the whole thing and his numbers went up. Well, think about this would you would you run for political office? And you're hearing national show you and I would want to be discussing the issues. Here's where I stand. This should be done. This should be done. I believe the guy that the incumbent who's the incumbent is doing this wrong. This wrong this wrong this wrong. What's he talking about? Right. He's talking about the perception that he was that he's privileged think about that. You're running for the highest office in the land. And instead of talking about the issues, you're talking about the fact that the imagery of the perception was I I was privileged. I regret saying about how I raised myself. I could you imagine having to talk about your family and regret. I'm sorry. What I sought my family, and my wife, and whatever I never even get into those topics because that would just be I love my family. My kids are great. My my my wife has been a fantastic knowledge taught the issues when you're a liberal. He's he's he's not talking about justifying the issues believe in that he believes in and how we should, you know, put them into legislation. He's talking about about the fact of whether he's personally qualified to be president of the United States because of all the wrong things that he has said about himself and his family that had to do the perception of how he's raised his kids. And whether the perception of whether he is a privileged white, man. Thank about that. Right. I couldn't I would never I've never done for political office. Anyway, that's not my thing. But even if I thought about it, I'd say democrat. No, that's that's where I'm stuck. If I'm going to run as a Republican, what am I talking about? I'll be talking about the issues. We're talking about Mark Cuban saying that he's still might run as an independent Mark Cuban said a long time ago if he did run an party he picked Republicans. Could you imagine Mark Cuban trying to run? In the democrat party would be impossible while you're a privileged white, man. Tell me aside from Biden, Bernie Goetz, Bernie doesn't have the Bernie thing doesn't have the same energy at this point that it did. No addict twenty-six does that that could change. But I don't know. Why it what I don't know? What would bring new momentum to it? But. Otherwise, it's Biden. What's the energy behind Biden that it's not on issues? It's not it's almost as if we're going everything about Biden that they don't that. They would know about aerobic or anybody else because we believe the most electable right that we the only event is the poll a plurality. That's not a majority of crash. So he still if he ever if he once we get into the debate season. There are going to be plenty of people throwing arrows advised. Yes. But those throwing arrows are the ones polling in single numbers and Iraq, and the throwing of the euro's isn't necessarily going to ended up at self isn't necessarily going to get you there. Get you to those double digits or to the top. Nobody all the people throwing arrows everybody when you take all their two three four five six seven eight percentage points all the way up to ten percent is roughly fifty percent of the people out there of the democrat. So they all are extremely liberal that are that are for all those candidates out there. So it may be not just the candidates froing EROs, but others in the media throwing EROs do all all at one guy and give still gives no momentum. That's the -sarily the one single camp. And absolutely eight six six ninety redeye coming with Gary McNamara and.

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"single camp" Discussed on Ear Biscuits

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04:41 min | 3 years ago

"single camp" Discussed on Ear Biscuits

"And I'm watching I'm I got in the in their stream. Right. So now, I'm watching the we're watching the the final Steve Carell season two. Wow. And I've actually, you know, the office was my favorite show. But again, I didn't get to this point for some life reason. I'm watching it for the first time, and let me tell you it. I mean at least that season. I don't know if it if it hit a law before it or after he left his little after that, they take some time to find footing. It is had you seen it. I because I will say, yes master. Title writing like the way that these characters that you're attached to the way that they use them in. It just everything about the way they construct episodes to give a growing sense of he's leaving. But also a sense of closure. That's not the finale of the season it happens. Yeah. Kind of in the middle of the season. And then what they did afterward with the people with the people that they bring in the way that they made a transition a thought was as brilliant, as you could you could hope to to me the reason that the office is was so revolutionary so influential for for me, personally, again, it was it was innovative, right? That we take it for granted. But at least it was for me. It was the first thing that popularized this whole breaking the fourth wall as part of the show. Right. And which is a credit? I guess to the Ricky Gervais 's right, and yeah, you've merchant or whatever his name is what I'm saying. But I'm saying when it got to me, it was the American version and it. It was just so like. Ink. It was so specifically funny in like it it was on network. But it wasn't trying to be a show for your parents. It wasn't. It wasn't like we gotta do this. And we gotta take this out. And that's a little too weird. So let's not go there laugh tracks. None of that it yet right again. I one I real half hour that I cared about that as a single camp was a single camp. So it was revolutionary in. Of course, then you got parks and rec which was I didn't make my list because I just feel like it was it was just like the office. I may actually like it more as a show ultimately. But the office was so influential, and it those shows have is the office, especially has had this incredible resurgence like I was looking at like, the Netflix stats, you know, me and the neck let flick stats I'm always in there. I don't even know public. They recently published. What is the most streamed? What is most streamed on a form? I don't remember office may have been number one. I can't remember. But it was very high on the list of just the number of hours of shows that have been streamed in the office parks and recs really high. Because all these are kids are now again, my kids watched the office, and there's all these means relating to the office. And there's a there's this thing that struck me was like everybody is stupid like I'd forgotten. And I felt like I was I didn't have an appetite for the whole sitcom like this suspension of disbelief in order to like, no one ever talks like this. No, one is this extreme there's gotta be something to ground this thing. I there's none of that. And it's, but it's so masterful that you get over it. But I actually thought I actually thought that I couldn't get into the office or the good place or any sitcom network sitcoms anymore. Even the best ones. I think. They're both amongst it. Because I just thought I was more of I don't really watch comedies like I watch like ever since breaking bad. I'm just like into gritty if you're gonna you can have humor in something. But like, I just don't have an appetite for comedy anymore. And I thought I'd lost it, and I've regained it you recall -gratulations, thanks to the office. And by the way, I'm crying it. Especially at this pocket of the season. I'm crying just as much as I'm laughing. It's so they're so good at it. But it's such a is such a suspend your disbelief world, right? I mean, the whole the whole sitcom thing like the way that. Yeah, we're we're gonna get moving fast here..

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