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Rocket Barrages Hit Israel From Gaza, Sirens Sound in Jerusalem

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:18 min | 4 d ago

Rocket Barrages Hit Israel From Gaza, Sirens Sound in Jerusalem

"Later today. Israel's capture of east jerusalem in the six day war of nine hundred sixty seven will be commemorated as usual by the annual jerusalem day flag march on the basis of the last few days. It is difficult to imagine it. Going altogether smoothly. Hundreds of palestinian demonstrators and dozens of israeli police have been injured in several days of disturbances around palestinian protests against threatened evictions. The violence has spread to haifa romolo. I'm the always hypersensitive site of the alexa mosque. In the temple. Mount compound in jerusalem's old city. Joining me with more on this from tel aviv is alison kaplan saw a journalist at haaretz alison first of all to the disturbances. We've seen over the last few days. How significant do they seem. I guess local standards. They seem very significant. We haven't had anything this violent and this large in several years really time will tell if this is going to be a long term problem but right now you know. We're focused on this. The celebration of ramadan coinciding with jerusalem date which is also always very provocative time of year. But i would say that we haven't seen anything on the scale. In in many years. In scott israel very concerned

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The June War Led to the Suez Canal’s Worst Stuck-Ship Fiasco

Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

02:22 min | Last week

The June War Led to the Suez Canal’s Worst Stuck-Ship Fiasco

"On june fifth of nineteen sixty seven israel went to war against egypt and syria in what came to be known as the june war however due to the surprising length of the fights it also went by another name the six day war. The conflict was over by june tenth with egypt retreating west however as they crossed the canal egyptian forces blocked it on both sides to keep the israelis from using it. What they didn't realize was that their actions had inadvertently stranded convoy fifteen ships travelling through the canal at the same time. Every vessel dropped anchor as egypt's sunk various other boats and even destroyed a bridge to prevent israeli access. They also deployed underwater minds for good measure. The ships having originally come from places like britain. America sweden germany and bulgaria among others were stuck crews use. Their radios to reach family loved ones to alert them of what had happened. But were forced to cease communications at the request of the egyptians. Times got tough after that first month which initially seemed like a vacation as the days and weeks moron however crew men grew lonely and isolated boredom eroded their mental health the weeks turned into months and countries negotiated crew swaps for their respective ships though. They were moving. The vessel still require maintenance in order to stay afloat so one crew would stay on for three or four months until another crew could be brought in to relieve them. The men with nowhere to go and very little to keep themselves occupied eventually got to know each other in a way. Each vessel became like a house in a small community. And that's how all the crew members treated their situation. Every ship served a different purpose. The largest one with its enormous deck became a soccer field. The men watching movies on the bulgarian freighter and printed stamps on the polish ship which the egyptian authorities were kind enough to honor legal. Postage many of the crew race lifeboats in the canal and attended church services on board the west german ship. And if they want to unwind. They took a dip in the pool on the swedish vessel. Supplies were delivered regularly. During the brutally hot summer months one could look out at the ships and see hundreds of beer bottles floating alongside their hulls after a year without movement. The convoy even created its own version of the olympics with the various crews representing eight countries. Across fourteen sports

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"six day" Discussed on The Jewish Story

The Jewish Story

02:07 min | 3 weeks ago

"six day" Discussed on The Jewish Story

"In the six day war begs the question of what happened on the seven day. And if you're a jew like me. Relationship between six and seven is far from neutral. It of course brings to mind this notion of chabad the seventh day that brings sanctity meaning brings rest into the activity of creation. That relationship between six and seven isn't just between sort of doing and being the six days of work in the seventh day of rest. Although we shouldn't miss that it is also an opportunity to understand nature. What's called an emergent property. There's something which you can only know. Once the structure is in place. There's some aspect of an event which you can only understand once it's over and we can truly begin to consider the meaning which emerges now that we have. It's homeless in place now at meeting of course is always going to be defined in derived in the present and in the present. We're going to look back on an event like the six day war and we're going to understand it an in turn how we understand it. Now cause us to interpret the events of the past and since all meaning is future-driven we all have a vision of where we're trying to get to that deeply colors who we are right now. Which in turn is the lens through which we see what's come before. Well then that means in our case the best place to start with the framing of the massive victory in the two thousand six at yar to the set of sieben or as we say in the non jewish calendar june fifth to tenth ease with its name. Now good tradition. Has it that defense minister. Moshe dayan was the first to actually label. Israel's victory as the six day war and it's no secret that the name was deliberate effort of the six days of creation. Like i said his hope and the hope of so many of his peers with indeed. Everything was now different that the war created a whole new world. And of course what one believed that that new world looks like or at least to look like is going to depend much and how the understood the old one.

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The Six Day War: On the Seventh Day

The Jewish Story

02:07 min | 3 weeks ago

The Six Day War: On the Seventh Day

"In the six day war begs the question of what happened on the seven day. And if you're a jew like me. Relationship between six and seven is far from neutral. It of course brings to mind this notion of chabad the seventh day that brings sanctity meaning brings rest into the activity of creation. That relationship between six and seven isn't just between sort of doing and being the six days of work in the seventh day of rest. Although we shouldn't miss that it is also an opportunity to understand nature. What's called an emergent property. There's something which you can only know. Once the structure is in place. There's some aspect of an event which you can only understand once it's over and we can truly begin to consider the meaning which emerges now that we have. It's homeless in place now at meeting of course is always going to be defined in derived in the present and in the present. We're going to look back on an event like the six day war and we're going to understand it an in turn how we understand it. Now cause us to interpret the events of the past and since all meaning is future-driven we all have a vision of where we're trying to get to that deeply colors who we are right now. Which in turn is the lens through which we see what's come before. Well then that means in our case the best place to start with the framing of the massive victory in the two thousand six at yar to the set of sieben or as we say in the non jewish calendar june fifth to tenth ease with its name. Now good tradition. Has it that defense minister. Moshe dayan was the first to actually label. Israel's victory as the six day war and it's no secret that the name was deliberate effort of the six days of creation. Like i said his hope and the hope of so many of his peers with indeed. Everything was now different that the war created a whole new world. And of course what one believed that that new world looks like or at least to look like is going to depend much and how the understood the old one.

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"six day" Discussed on The Jewish Story

The Jewish Story

02:20 min | 3 weeks ago

"six day" Discussed on The Jewish Story

"This episode. we're going to walk right up to the brink of war. And when i think about such terrifying in awesome event i think a lot about the courage bound up with the needs of the hour is fascinating idea to me. I mean where does it come from this capacity within the human spirit to overcome the rational mind tells. You is a terrible chance of survival. Not only that. But i think a lot about the courage embedded in our history about wien durrance which it takes to consistently over come. The obstacles life puts on our way in pursuit of the things which we believe our most sacred and when i started to do a little bit of research about what courage actually is. I found that in western culture. The idea reaches its first crystallization in plato's early writings and they're he calls it a sort of endurance of the soul. And you know despite the fact that we in the greeks parted ways long ago. If anybody makes the rich it's certainly plato. And that's a very jewish notion that courage is an endurance of the soul that pure essence the embodiment of the divine element within human existence. Is what gives us the ability to overcome all the challenges physical emotional mental and even spiritual know of. It's not a surprise that the origin of the word in latin is from coal. Right meeting heart. That somehow courage means that you lead from the heart that the head we'll get itself wrapped up in fear sometimes in fights paralyzed in the face of events in its ability to make a decision. But you can rely on the heart to know and push forward another piece of what courage is or that i found in my research at least actually comes from a completely different culture from the dow de ching out zoo and he says from caring comes courage. Where do we get courage from. When we feel that that which matters to us most is under threat. Think of the mother bear defending the cubs. Think of the amazing things that were all capable in. The name of love is a very important idea because it tells us that the powers of the human spirit don't always find their most powerful focus within the mind sometimes like i said the heart has to lead the

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The Six Day War: The Waiting

The Jewish Story

02:20 min | 3 weeks ago

The Six Day War: The Waiting

"This episode. we're going to walk right up to the brink of war. And when i think about such terrifying in awesome event i think a lot about the courage bound up with the needs of the hour is fascinating idea to me. I mean where does it come from this capacity within the human spirit to overcome the rational mind tells. You is a terrible chance of survival. Not only that. But i think a lot about the courage embedded in our history about wien durrance which it takes to consistently over come. The obstacles life puts on our way in pursuit of the things which we believe our most sacred and when i started to do a little bit of research about what courage actually is. I found that in western culture. The idea reaches its first crystallization in plato's early writings and they're he calls it a sort of endurance of the soul. And you know despite the fact that we in the greeks parted ways long ago. If anybody makes the rich it's certainly plato. And that's a very jewish notion that courage is an endurance of the soul that pure essence the embodiment of the divine element within human existence. Is what gives us the ability to overcome all the challenges physical emotional mental and even spiritual know of. It's not a surprise that the origin of the word in latin is from coal. Right meeting heart. That somehow courage means that you lead from the heart that the head we'll get itself wrapped up in fear sometimes in fights paralyzed in the face of events in its ability to make a decision. But you can rely on the heart to know and push forward another piece of what courage is or that i found in my research at least actually comes from a completely different culture from the dow de ching out zoo and he says from caring comes courage. Where do we get courage from. When we feel that that which matters to us most is under threat. Think of the mother bear defending the cubs. Think of the amazing things that were all capable in. The name of love is a very important idea because it tells us that the powers of the human spirit don't always find their most powerful focus within the mind sometimes like i said the heart has to lead the

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The Jewish Story - Six Day War, Something Miraculous

The Jewish Story

01:37 min | 3 weeks ago

The Jewish Story - Six Day War, Something Miraculous

"I ask you to list. The three biggest miracles in jewish history. What would you say split the red sea plague of the firstborn the mono- sinai. Maybe you get a little more subtle and offer me highlights esters rise to her place in the palace but how many people listening right now would mention operation mccade the critical turning point in the battles of the six day war that we're going to speak about in a bit of detail in just a moment not simply throwing it out there in order to set the stage for what's to come. I'm giving it as an opportunity to contemplate. What exactly a miracle might be the work for miracle in hebrew is this and it has more than one meeting classically. Like i said if you ask person what's a miracle they'll start listing off the sort of cataclysmic events of the biblical narrative. They might also start talking about what we call the hidden miracles or the more subtle expressions of god's hand in their own lives but i think the deeper meaning of miracle comes out when we look at its other definition in the hebrew language in nasa's and just a miracle it's also a flagpole or a sign. It's something which is lifted up beyond the horizon in which we normally dwell. I mean after all in the battle or in frankly in the american national anthem. What is a flag on the battlefield other than a reminder of that which you're fighting for which lies above the plane of struggle it didn't occasion that there's a broader horizon with in which the events of our lives are taking place.

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What You Need To Know About COVID-19 Vaccines and Blood Clots

the NewsWorthy

01:36 min | 3 weeks ago

What You Need To Know About COVID-19 Vaccines and Blood Clots

"Dr william moss thank you for coming on the newsworthy. Thank you for having me. It's my pleasure. So i just give us a brief overview about what's going on with these blood clots that have been seen so far connected to the johnson and johnson. Vaccine the united states Through the centers for disease control and prevention sets up a vaccine safety surveillance and this is happening with all axons all covid vaccines but all other vaccines that are in use in the united states. And what happened. Is that through that surveillance system. They heard reports of a six women between the ages of eighteen and forty eight who had developed a severe blood clots in the brain of six days to about fourteen days after receiving the vaccine. And this is exactly what this surveillance system is meant to detect. Now people need to know that just because something is occurring after vaccination an adverse event like this. It doesn't necessarily mean it's being caused by the vaccine and so what's happening right now. Is that the advisory committee on immunization practices met to discuss these six cases we subsequently learned about two additional people one woman and one man who had a similar types of blood clots and the trick is to try to understand what's happening it requires careful investigation of these individual cases to try to see if they're really linked to the vaccine or not

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Peter Loftus on What We Know About the Johnson & Johnson Vaccine

Daily Coronavirus Update

01:53 min | Last month

Peter Loftus on What We Know About the Johnson & Johnson Vaccine

"Peter loftus healthcare reporter at the wall street journal joins us. What we know about the johnson and johnson vaccine. Thanks for joining us. peter extra. We had some interesting vaccine news as the us was pausing. The administering of the johnson and johnson covid nineteen vaccine after there was an issue with these a rare blood clot cases that we've been hearing a lot about the cases are extremely rare. There's only six cases in about almost seven million doses. that have been administered. So far of the johnson and johnson vaccine so very very rare. This was a founding six women between the ages of eighteen and forty eight. I think the happen between six days and thirteen days after they got their vaccinations. So peter tell us what we're learning about. What's going on with this. They expect the pause to be about a few days. that's one. Fda officials said today so as you say these were extremely rare but the events themselves were serious. One of the women died. And the issue seems to be a very rare type of clot that affects the brain and it's called a cerebral venus sinus thrombosis and this is something that just also happens. Very rarely apart from the vaccine. But what i think caught. The attention of health officials was that this was happening in a small number of people who got the vaccine and they were having low blood. Platelet counts and so these two things together. We're unusual enough. That health officials think there could be a cause and effect here and that it's not just a case of someone getting the next team and experiencing an adverse health effect that they might have experienced anyway and so. That's where i think the caution comes in. And that explains i think why. Despite the small numbers health officials wanted to take this

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What's With The Rash Of Asian Hate?

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

02:18 min | Last month

What's With The Rash Of Asian Hate?

"All right. You know this is to kansas is exciting to be back online with ya. and cash ken beached white male. Podcast asian american podcast with ken. Fog were together. I love this and you know last time we did this. Can we talked about the targeting of asian americans in this culture. And i mean it was six days after we posted that podcasts that we had this amazing shooting. Remember that podcast can. Oh yeah yeah. In fact everything was so schmooze together when you reminded me that we had recorded that less than a week before this atrocity happened. I had a double check. And i i found myself when i heard this story. I thought oh my gosh. This is terrible because this guy robert aaron long went to at least two asian massage parlors and he walked in he just started a start taking people out and these these girls in in those massage parlors are dead and i and i thought. Gosh we're talking about asians being targeted and here it is. The number was three asian owned massage. Parlours yeah and and In one of them they were not girls to them were in their seventies one was in sixties and what was in her fifties. Oh my god right so it. Just kind of blows up a lot of the horrible memes Incentivizing around asian american women that the young nubile sex workers. As i know these were. May i think hard working wage elderly eh. asian women trying to do what they could to help support their families. Yes and and so. Many issues came out of that story just about the. you know. Sexualizing as women. You know and but then it turns out that this guy tells the people that arrested him that he had a sex addiction. You know as though that was the motive in the cause of these shootings and then the police officer gets on the microphone and he says Yes the the individual committed this crime Admitted to having sex addiction and you know he had a bad day.

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66 Days Of Feelings With Nicole Klassen

Goodbye to Alcohol

01:51 min | Last month

66 Days Of Feelings With Nicole Klassen

"Semi call. When did you first start thinking that. Maybe you were drinking a little bit too much and you want to make a change in how. How much were you drinking. And i had about a period of your app to. When i actually start i actually start with. I was considering stopping drinking an playing without the onion. That yet it really became thought wasn't drinking a lot. And i thought it was a normal drinker but in something something was saying no this is not right and when i realized how much i was actually drinking i was drinking about five or six days of the week out of seven When actually sat down with of most of the time. I was drinking a bottle of wine by myself at nights and then on weekends i would have a big splurge like friday will be two bottles of wine And then maybe what else is around. All on saturday. All its Your would be would be more but Yeah a minimum of a bottle in in in one session of drinking and I i never wanted to be an everyday drink because there was. That's what i considered. A problem not realized that five six days a week. Out of seven He's anti-israeli problematic. Because you're never regained recovering. And what was the older you get your hangovers along as well. So you're not giving your body enough time to re both Each time and binging has particularly from what i've read and understood Particularly of bad effects on serotonin levels levels abso-. I would offer on a sunday evening to monday. I'm i would have sunday blues in hang zeiss by time. Monday came Which have of course strived to cure with. Having drinks on a sunday

"six day" Discussed on Digital Coffee

Digital Coffee

03:07 min | Last month

"six day" Discussed on Digital Coffee

"The benghazi incident. That happened was a video. So i can see what actually happened with the soldiers on the ground because they wanted to tell the story alive soldiers that were influenced at that time with six days of lucia. Want the story to be told just as much as the other side doesn't want to be told either because it's very controversial you're going to have different groups vying for different types of things. Some games are women. Wanna play it some art. Just how it is. You're not going to escape this. I don't think the media just completely dog piling trashing. it is the best way of going about it. It's we still don't know what's going on with it which don't know how revolutionary it's destruction is. We still don't know what it's really all about except for a few videos about it. You really have to experience by actually playing it in. Can we please get get rid of charlatans like her keys ian because she's been proven just to be another where it's always wrong. Everything's always wrong when they open their mouths because they don't really understand research or actually getting to the truth of the matter so please stop that as well because she's been ridiculed by gamers for several years now it's getting really tired and old zero reemerge again like a swamp thing. Ooh i'm come back to hate on your games and really just not say the right things and say look how terrible it is when really the game is the complete opposite. Yeah i'm looking at you for the hitman stunt that you did that was completely wrong but anyways moving on we should really examine things but also examine them maybe from interactive standpoint. Maybe from film maybe from books but we should examine history and make sure we don't repeat it again. We are starting to repeat a lot of bad things in history because we forget about history in history is one of the most important subjects even though it doesn't really seem like in the united states to understand the most. I'm not saying that. Science or technology or math is not important but there needs to be equal importance to history. Because if you don't know your past how can you make a better future and that's what this is all about even though this is a recent past. It's still something that we need to examine. It's still something that we need to know. Experience in the best way earned the in a way that we can actually do it in real life so we can understand what was going on the minds of the people on the ground but anyways what do you think do you think. Six days of louisville should be made or not. Let me know in the comments below and thank you for listening to digital coffee as always subscribe. It'll coffee on apple podcasts. Google podcasts spotify amazon music or podcasts. it's basically the same thing you leave review and let me know how doing and join next week as a talk about what's going on in the pc gaming industry are agai stay safe have fun playing a game that you won't play and see you next week later..

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Ever Given ship freed in the Suez Canal

Odd Lots

00:55 sec | Last month

Ever Given ship freed in the Suez Canal

"Ever given ship. That was stuck in the suez for six days. As of right. Now we're recording this march. Twenty ninth New york time seven pm new york time has been a. It's been free. it's floating again. The thing that i really loved about. You know this very special week where we were all focused on this one. Containership stuck in a canal. Was that first of all. Everyone suddenly took an interest in global shipping and transport and global trade. Which is something that usually people don't necessarily think of that much or at least they don't think about how stuff actually gets to them. People think about global trade but not necessarily the infrastructure in the industry that kind of underpins it to last week was a really good one for everyone to sort of sit back and consider how globalization actually works and how the the flow of all these goods is actually affected.

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Suez Canal: Stuck Container Ship Is Freed

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

00:20 sec | Last month

Suez Canal: Stuck Container Ship Is Freed

"The ever given is underway as you have probably heard by now after something a bit more than six days plugging up one of the key. Trade routes of this global economy the giant containership. That couldn't really is finally headed north in the suez canal. Final monetary damages to global trade yet to be

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Massive cargo ship freed from Suez Canal

The Takeaway

00:39 sec | Last month

Massive cargo ship freed from Suez Canal

"Cargo container ship that got stuck in the Suez Canal nearly a week ago is finally unstuck. NPR's Jackie Northam reports he ever given was towed to a nearby lake. They're more than 360 oil and gas tankers and container ships that have been idling near the Suez Canal. While salvage crews tried to free the ever given and this halt and ship traffic has had a huge impact on global trade. Analysts say. It'll probably take about six days to clear this backlog. The ships and some vessels had already decided to re route. But the economic and logistical disruption created by this crisis could take weeks, possibly months to clear its

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Cherry Blossom Trees in Washington DC Reach Peak Bloom Early Amid Warm Temps

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | Last month

Cherry Blossom Trees in Washington DC Reach Peak Bloom Early Amid Warm Temps

"Has arrived for the cherry blossoms and because of the weather, it actually came early, and changes in the weather could also impact. How long the cherry blossom stick around. It certainly did rush through the last stage Mike Literacy with the National Park Service as that's due to the mild temperatures. We've had fact we did the last three stages in only six days, but any bad weather could be problem. Matic. We want to avoid high winds. We want to avoid heavy rains. We saw winded 2017 take out the flowers that year but literally says freezes that here also weaken them. That's not the case this time around those petals. Those blossoms are brand new. They're strong. Is there going to be and you know they may be able to withstand some wind or some rain, so hopefully there's more time for you to see them. Mike Murillo w T. O P News Police in

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Colorado Shooter Bought Assault Weapon 6 Days Before Shooting

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

01:05 min | Last month

Colorado Shooter Bought Assault Weapon 6 Days Before Shooting

"But we're also getting a deeper look at how the accused shooter acquired one of the weapons used. The suspect walked into the Eagle's Nest armory just six days before the shooting filled out the required paperwork. And pass the background Check. The Colorado Bureau of Investigation gave the purchase the OK. The gun he bought was a Ruger A R 5 56. It's a semiautomatic pistol, but it looks very much like a rifle. The store owners that Eagle's Nest gave us this statement last night, say were absolutely shocked by what happened in our hearts are broken for the victims and the families that are left behind. Ensuring every city that occurs in our shop is lawful has always been and will always remain the highest priority for our business regarding the firearm and question. A background check of the purchase was conducted as required by Colorado law and approved for the sale was provided by the Colorado Bureau of Investigation. We have it will continue to fully cooperate with law enforcement as the investigation continues that guns sells for about $800 in stores and online. Fox 30 one's Julie for Care Way. News Radio Boulder will have an update on the ongoing

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Why Wendy Weiss Is The Queen Of Cold Calling

Accelerate!

02:07 min | Last month

Why Wendy Weiss Is The Queen Of Cold Calling

"Wendy welcome to the show again. Well thank you for inviting me to be here. Yeah it's been a number of years trying to think back to. I think it's been three or something like that. So yeah yeah so your new york and merle. Last time we talked you really interesting background. Mature like a professional dancer Yes actually my first career was dancing in a ballet company. And i believe that everything that i know in life and business. I learned in ballet class all right now. You can't just run by that. Let's so what are these these things. Let's start with the life. We'll go to sales after that. Well it's it's very. It's really very similar. What i learned in ballet class was warm up. rehearse perform. That's what i learned in ballet class because when you are a dancer take expat ten years to train a ballet dancer and you take a ballet class every single day five or six days a week and when you're training you take two three four classes a day and you do the same thing over and over and over again and that you learn your technique you learn your craft when you have a performance coming up you don't just run out on stage and start dancing practice were first and then and only then after you have trained in you have learned your craft and you have rehearsed then you perform. I think that it is true. It is a life lesson and it is also a business in sales lesson because unfortunately when it comes to sales so many people just start with the performance. They're just winging it on stage and they're making it up as they go along and unfortunately that's why it doesn't work for them

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Boulder suspect identified, charged with 10 counts of first-degree murder

America's First News Show

01:02 min | Last month

Boulder suspect identified, charged with 10 counts of first-degree murder

"Morning on the 21 year old suspect in Monday's massacre at a Colorado supermarket, which left 10 dead, including a store manager and a police officer. Investigators haven't established a motive, but arrest affidavit shows he bought the weapon just six days before the attack. The suspect has been identified as Ahmad Elissa 21 of Arvada. He has been charged with 10 counts of murder in the first degree, and will she be shortly transported the Boulder County jail? I know that there's an extensive investigation just getting underway into his background. He's lived most of his life in the United States, and beyond that we're still in the very early stages of the investigation. Those who lost their lives at the King Soopers arranged from 20 tow 65 years old. They included a magazine photographer, a Medicare agent with a passion for theater and others going about their day at a busy shopping plaza when Shots unexpectedly rang out. Wonderful

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March 24, 1934: Nellie May Madison Murders Her Husband

Today in True Crime

01:16 min | Last month

March 24, 1934: Nellie May Madison Murders Her Husband

"Thirty nine year old. Nellie mae had enough her husband eric. Madison came home late again. He was likely carousing with another woman after all she just caught him with one a few days earlier nellie mae walked in on him having sex with a sixteen year old girl in their bed. The teenager fled leaving. The married adults with the fallout. Nellie mae and eric argued then. He started viciously beating his wife. Eric's abuse wasn't only physical however he talked down to her and claim that he only married. Nellie mae for money that he tricked her into falling in love with him because he wanted her one thousand dollar family inheritance worth about fifteen thousand dollars now amidst the abuse. Eric forced her to sign a note claiming that they weren't legally married after all. Nellie mae endured eric's physical assaults for six days. After his affair was exposed. She was desperate and scared and wanted her husband to feel that way too. So on march twenty third nineteen thirty four. She pulled up to a secondhand dealer and purchased a gun.

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How Cheat Meals Can Add Extra Fat Cells

Mind Pump

01:51 min | 2 months ago

How Cheat Meals Can Add Extra Fat Cells

"If you eat the calorie deficit all week and then have a cheat meal. Will you gain fat cells and is that considered yo yo dieting. Okay so yo yo. Dieting is more of Extremely strict restriction and then kind of an extreme bulk yo-yo dieting for more to kind of dysfunctional eating. Now she meals can fall in that category. I hate using that term cheat meal because it encourages this kind of on the wagon off the wagon mentality which tends to turn into dysfunctional leading. So what i tend to do. Is i tell the tell. I tend to tell people you're going to be on this deficit and then once a week we're gonna have you in a surplus rather than saying it's a cheat meal now. The science on this actually supports the metabolism boosting effects and the muscle preserving effects of doing this. In fact it was one study where they compared people who were on a continual deficit to people who were on a deficit and with some intermittent periods where they would eat more calories and they found that jumping the calories up here and they're actually resulted in more fat loss and less muscle loss bodybuilders of known this for a long time And i've seen this with people that i've worked with that being said this is a controlled environment in a controlled amount of surplus. Which i think more to the point of this question is what. I think how people are using it now. It's like oh. I'm in this. I follow my diet. You know six days a week. And i'm in this calorie deficits hundred a day. And then sunday's i can eat whatever i want you know and then and i think it's. It's turned into this thing where you know not counting. I'm off. I follow this weeks. All eat like an asshole. I you know and so and into that. Yes you could. I mean we talked about this with Lane norton lane came in. And we talked about how you could add fat cells I don't think at cheat meal would do a cheat day Definitely

"six day" Discussed on The Jump with Shirley Manson

The Jump with Shirley Manson

02:45 min | 9 months ago

"six day" Discussed on The Jump with Shirley Manson

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"six day" Discussed on The Jump with Shirley Manson

The Jump with Shirley Manson

05:51 min | 9 months ago

"six day" Discussed on The Jump with Shirley Manson

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"six day" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"six day" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Thing tonight. If feels like it's been here's since this happened, but it was actually just under three weeks ago that met west met with Donald Trump of the Oval Office. It was something put his hat. It makes me feel like superman, superman favorite superhero. And you made the superman came for me. Also got looks to you love this govern here. Let me get this. Three weeks ago Khania was fully on the Trump train. In fact, he loved Trump so much. He reportedly started designing t shirts encouraging black people to leave the Democratic Party, also known as plugs it, but now six days before the midterms Konya is bailing I he distance himself from the whole thing. Tweeting in part, quote, I never wanted any association with exit nothing to do with it. Lexington flex it. And then the formerly Maga hat wearing Trump superfan wrote. My eyes are now wide open. And now realize I've been used to spread messages. I don't believe in. I'm distancing myself from politics. So it looks like the new Trump love affair may have come to an end. Sad politics is a way of breaking up all sorts of relationships. And that's thing to in sixty seconds. Donald Trump threaten to get rid of birthright citizenship. That's if you're born in the US, you're a citizen via executive order yesterday and right on cue. His trusted adviser. Kellyanne Conway dutifully defended the president's position sliding, so many constitutional scholars she did not, however, the constitutional scholar sheila's with George Conway, Kellyanne husband pendant up end. The washing post yesterday calling the president's plan on constitutional now family division over politics is becoming common theme in the age of Trump, especially leading up to next week's vote. Steve west is a Republican candidate from zuri house. His son 'til the Kansas City star yesterday, and I quote, my dad's a fanatic. He must be stopped his ideology is pure hatred. It's totally insane. Twelve relatives. Atom lacks the GOP nominee for governor of Nevada say he's the wrong choice and ruining their family name to boot. And then there's the family of Arizona. Congressman Paul gosar. You remember plug? Oh are.

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"six day" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"six day" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Is it new to you? Yes. Well, certainly not you with the Trump administration and enable him and every day Trump lies and mean, whopper LA. Every day. There's there's an interesting story from Martha mcsally who's running Senate narrowness sort of gives you a sense of where the politics of this issue are right now, she says I'm getting my ask kicked on vote to repeal ObamaCare. Well, Sean I did vote to repeal and replace ObamaCare on that house Bill. I'm getting my asking for right now because it's being misconstrued by Democrats. She said they're trying to you know, invoke fear and people who have family members or loved ones of pre existing conditions is it being misconstrued by Democrats are Democrats being unfair about this. Of course, them are are telling the truth, and if any misconstruing is going on or allies is all of the Republicans are suddenly seeing the lightest to how important healthcare is to everybody in healthcare is is. Personal to everybody. And I certainly know that for my own experiences, not just recently because of my diagnosis, and I have said that we are all one diagnosis away from a major illness. But of course, when I first came here as an immigrant. My mother worked and jobs that didn't provide healthcare we couldn't afford to go to the doctor and we couldn't afford to have her get sick. So I have had an awareness of importance medical care is since I was a child and going forward with the awareness that people have of my own diagnosis and the battle said I've said families face all the time. There are people who come up to me all over the place share with me their health diagnosis and to ask me how I'm doing. And some of them say, you know, what you give me hope as I'm fighting kidney cancer. I'm fighting whatever illness doing so we're all in this together. Could message Senator amazing her own. Thank thank you for your time. Thank you a little next. Billy Eichner is here to talk about one of the biggest election day struggles, which is giving young people to vote Billy joins me. Right after this..

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"six day" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"six day" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Last summer after House Republicans voted overwhelmingly to repeal ObamaCare. The matter went to the Senate where it was narrowly and memorably defeated and one of the votes in defeating repeal the audible Care Act in every single counted came from democratic Senator maisy Hirono who herself had just undergone to operators to combat kidney cancer, only three Republican senators voted against that Bill and yet now the president and other Republicans up and down the ticket across the country claim to we the party helping people with preexisting health, conditions ceremony. Hirono Hawaii joins me now. I had to wonder I remember watching this unfold every vote was gonna count you came back from the midst of cancer treatment to cast that vote, and what must it be like for you to watch Republicans attempt to tell people that they're the party that will protect people with preexisting condition. I think the people of this country will not be fooled by the party that has been for years trying to repeal the Affordable Care Act, which of course, protects people with preexisting conditions one out of four in our country. I do not think that the people of our country will will believe that the same people who have been trying to do them in on healthcare. Have suddenly seeing the light and we'll protect their healthcare. So let's get real people. They're not going to be fooled. And they will have a chance in election to make sure that they all of these people who are lying through their teeth will not be elected. What do you say to someone says, we'll look after the kind of campaign, they run and what the president said, there's no way if they got congressional majorities. They would come back and try to repeal ObamaCare again. Why should we believe that with as I said for years they've been talking about repealing the Affordable Care Act and not only that very recently Mitch McConnell said that thanks to the one point five trillion dollar huge tax cut that they gave to the richest people in corporations in our country. They're not going to have to deal with what they call. We forming Medicare which means cutting Medicare, Medicaid and social security. So this is where they are. This is where they're going. This is where they've always been do do you you've been in politics for while? And there's a certain amount of massaging of the truth about politics that happens all the time. But it's hard for me to come up with a direct analogue for the kind of bald-faced disingenuousness on display here..

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"six day" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"six day" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"You take a listen. For nearly sixteen years. Congressman Steve king has been our Representative in Washington each gained a lot of admirers. He's a hero declares the Neo Nazi website storm front. He is our guy. God bless Di king says former KKK grant wizard, David. I'm very proud of him announced likes apprentices, Richard Spencer. Steve king clan and Neo Nazi approved. Why are you running that ad? Well, we're running that ad Chris because we're trying to make a case into four into build a cross partisan coalition in Iowa and across the country that will stand up to two leaders like like, Steve king leaders who don't advance our values. Don't protect our values and who actually fight against them. So we're calling on Republicans independence and Democrats to stand together against guys like Steve king. And that's what that effort. Steve king is a guy who has spent a lot of time promoting the ideas of white supremacism, and he has no place in congress, and we should all as Americans be in agreement on that Senator boxer politician for for for a long time. So you've got a keen political instincts. And it is interesting to me to watch collars Cabello who is in a very tight race. In a swing district in Florida to watch the the head of the Republican committee tasked with electing Republicans are C C distance themselves from him. It says something to be a little bit about where the political winds are at this moment. What do you think? We're in politics aside. Thank you for doing that at Evan. I come from a family that lost a lot of our people in the holocaust. And you know in the beginning when you hear these things about hate, whether it's toward Latinos. Whether it's toward African Americans Jewish Americans or other whoever that may be on you don't say anything, and you don't get out there. It's a problem now, politically, clearly I believe in the American people, I believe they're better than that. And so the best thing could be if Steve king is defeated the next best thing is if they sent your him, but it would be far better. If he wasn't in those hallowed halls of congress, Evan there is I think everyone has a little PTSD from thousand sixteen in many ways. And I think there might be a little over correction is there is a little bit. I think people have this. Sense that what the president is doing right now, which I have to say is really gotten shockingly disgusting. Frankly, I mean, basically released White House attic using Democrats like allowing in a Cup killer and praising him. That that's going to work. What do you? What did you read about the sort of marginal affective -ness of the kinds of politics? Both the president and the entire Republican party seem engage in right now. Chris I want to tell you with all my heart that they will be ineffective. Effective with the whole country. Obviously, they'll be ineffective with anyone outside of his base as Republican party. But but I wish I could I could tell you that they would be ineffective with the party. I'm not so sure that's the case. Frankly, look, Donald Trump is playing the same game now that he played in twenty sixteen and he had success with it. What was that game? It was hey, continued to protect me, and all all advant all nominate justices and judges that will be friendly to Republicans continue to to support me and all continue to espouse this white nationalist rhetoric. People bought into that. And I am so sorry to say that what I see out there is this anti immigrant rhetoric. And then the issue with his nominations on the courts is that it does tend to pull even some Republicans can leaning independence who are not supportive of Trump back into. That space. Chris all tell you. I've been so concerned over the past few weeks that his affective nece in leveraging the cavenaugh confirmation. Leveraging this caravan that has come out of nowhere to send people back into their partisan tribes, even people even Republicans who aren't great fans of Trump. I've seen them moving back into that space and others are working hard to pull them back. But the point is that we should not take for granted that this kind of messaging won't ineffective. We have to fight for it. Senator boxer. Well, I would say the politics of fear..

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"six day" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"six day" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Now, the good thing. The problem for GOP candidates is at the skier scaremongering the lies don't seem to have that much traction outside the cult of Trump. Meanwhile, the Republican. Party is splintering in real time. Just days before the crucial vote. After Paul Ryan correctly pointed out that the president can't unilaterally override the fourteenth amendment to the US constitution. Trump tweeted that Ryan should not be giving his opinions on birthright citizenship, something he knows nothing about and for the second straight day. A prominent Republican lashed out at white nationalist GOP, congressman Steve king who could lose his overwhelmingly Republican district in Iowa. His comments and his actions are disgusting. And look I know nothing about his opponent. Andrea. But I can tell you this. I would never cast a ballot for someone like Steve king. Now, that's Carlos Cabello who's in the fight for his life and his own district. Remember Republican party that embodies Steve king in many ways in the way, it conducts itself, and let's be clear here about where things stand. Anything could happen on Tuesday, including the Republicans gaming seats in the house and the Senate everyone learned that lesson two years ago. Polls are one thing votes are something else in tirelessly as Billy Eichner will be here to discuss shortly. But things do seem to have changed from two years ago when conservatives were predicting a nationalist uprising led by Donald Trump and his wingman. Steve Bannon that would unite the country around their populous vision and give Republican supermajority for decades to come represent a realignment American politics. Now Bannon is trying to rally the base but nobody's particularly interested. Last week, Florida GOP dinner featuring Bannon had to slash prices because of low demand. Bannon also had rally for Republican candidates here in New York, but none showed up and he has been speaking to embarrassingly empty rooms like this one on Staten Island and this one last night Kansas where a whopping twenty five people should up for Ben in red tide. Rising rally at a Holiday Inn express in support of GOP candidate Steve Watkins, who did not show up with now six days from election day chair of the national committee, Tom Perez, Tom where do you see things right now? Well, I'm up to mystic the early voting numbers. Give me optimism. We see a lot more young voters out there. We see a lot of new voters number sporadic voters. Look at Georgia twice as many African Americans have already voted. At the same time. Chris something you said really resonates with me I've seen we have so many races that are dead heat. Hell you look at the polling in Ohio and Wisconsin and the governor's races. This is no time to do anything. But get out there and vote. This is the vote of our lifetime. This is the blocking and tackling face. We have opportunity everywhere. We've competed everywhere, we're feeling spectacular candidates everywhere. And we're making real progress because we're talking about healthcare. We're talking about protecting social security there hammer Jeannot healthcare. That's why they're trying to change the subject, but but it is. So so important for folks to make sure they get out there and vote. Let me ask you this there. There's a number racist. I'm fascinated by me love and Utah. Greg Gianforte in Montana JD, Shokhin Shelton who's running against king Pennsylvania eleven today. Got a sort of surprise number a bunch of places. We're talking Trump margins of twenty percent twenty two the democratic candidates right now who are tied. Statistically, what is the message there? What's the way to close close that sale for a democrat running in a Trump, plus twenty district health care, health care, health care,.

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"six day" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"six day" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Tonight on all in. No, I'm not gonna blame. Anybody? The hostile sales pitch continues the midterms for some reason don't do. So. Well for Republicans. I think you're gonna lose a lot of money and both predictions from the other side. Saying that tonight with Republicans in disarray where Democrats are on offense with DNC chair, Tom Perez. Then how to rein in lawless president, I'm not a crook. Ben witness on the newly released roadmap from Nixon special prosecutor, this is a pure and simple, which and glam ING the midterms. I've been shouting if people on Billy on the street for years Billy Eichner on his push to get out the millennial vote. But now, I'm trying to use my voice for something. Good. An all in starts right now. That's a good friend. Good evening from New York. I'm Chris as we are now just six days away from election day as Republicans fight each other. Amidst Trump's desperately talks and final message Democrats appear at this moment to have the momentum. They currently have an average eight point lead and the generic congressional out which if it hold with likely be enough to overcome GOP gerrymandering and give them control the house polls even show a handful of democratic candidates affectively tied with their Republican opponents in deep deep red districts. We're talking places where Trump won by twenty points or more fivethirtyeight now gives Democrats in eighty six percent chance to take the house though. Just a sixteen percent chance to win the Senate Democratic control of water. Both houses of congress is frankly nightmare scenario for a president who faced no serious oversight, despite near constant credible charges of corruption and scandal after scandal after scandal. So. Donald Trump and his allies trying to scare voters into submission with shameful and increasingly lurid and ludicrous lies about migrants in fear mongering about imaginary mobs along with sledgehammer threats like this one. If the midterms for some reason, don't do so well for Republicans. I think you're gonna lose a lot of money eight to say that they got to lose a lot of money despite pretty good evidence. To the contrary. The president seemed to think his presence in the headlines helps vulnerable Republicans he's holding eleven rallies and the final six days of the campaign, including one tonight and state of Florida and Trump's most hardcore supporters stood in line for hours. They are want to do to get into the rally and some were more than happy to parrot the president's false talking points. This thing with this invasion coming from the southern you're talking about the caravan. I'm talking about the invasion. That's right. The the caravan. It's just so wrong. I mean, what are they going to do when they come here. You know, and they got all the MS thirteen tattoos and everything..

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"six day" Discussed on Doublestruck Stories

Doublestruck Stories

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"six day" Discussed on Doublestruck Stories

"The players and owners weren't as unified as they would later publicly state but as one owner says we've gotten out of crisis management and into how do we do this correctly there was a chance that we didn't deal with it correctly and it had passed as always with the nfl there was soon a game to be played the night after the owners flew out of new york the packers in the chicago bears entered lambeau field for a thursday game there was as much anticipation for the national anthem as there was for the game between the nfl's oldest rivalry both teams stood shoulder to shoulder on the line with the sideline meets the field as the crowd cheered u s say you as a u s j green bay quarterback aaron rogers stood with his hands on his hips waiting for the moment with cameras zeroed in until recently rogers had made a career out of not revealing many of his true convictions but he seemed to have found a voice as an advocate for the protests one of the few star our quarterbacks to do so soon it was time tidy and richard rogers locked his right arm into aaron rodgers left and receiver randall cobb linked his left with his quarterbacks right the chain continued down the sideline a wall of white trimmed with yellow and green so it went with the bears on the other side nobody knelt uniformed military stood around in american flag so large that it looked like a picture framed by the field earlier in the week rogers had asked all fans who planned on attending the game to join the packers in linking arms some did most didn't it was hard to tell if any of the disparities in opinion or scale had been transcended but after the anthem the fans cheered what they wanted to cheer then rogers stock the sideline hugging any teammate who wanted to hug it was a moment before the moment and for the next few hours at least everyone was watching the same game.

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"six day" Discussed on Doublestruck Stories

Doublestruck Stories

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"six day" Discussed on Doublestruck Stories

"Peter than that by the time jones concluded his remarks and by the time the meeting ended in the early evening nobody had pitched a concrete plan about how to move forward a little while later eight players from five teams linebacker jonathan could see us of the new york giants safety devin mccourty and special team star matthew slater of the patriots defensive end chris longer the philadelphia eagles linebacker christian currency cornerback jason mccourty and tight and randall telfer for of the cleveland browns an offensive tackle calvin beach him of the jets entered the league boardroom at the nfl offices and took seats at the giant would table with the league logo as its centerpiece the meeting itself was representative of not only the entire week but of the past few years defined by discord and distrust on the issues separating a league in the union smith said last week that goodell never mentioned the meeting with players during their monday call and that he first got word of it after hearing that choi vincent the nfl executive vice president of football operations had reached out directly to at least a dozen team captains to invite them to attend a league source however says that team owners not vincent invited the players at the suggestion of goodell both sides agreed that smith and other union executives were not invited until tuesday morning when goodell ask them to attend in an email but by then it was too late smith was on the road for a series of locker room meetings and couldn't attend even something as simple as convening and mutually beneficial owners players summit had ripped open scars and a small protest of their own more than a dozen players who initially had agreed to attend ended up canceling after hearing the unions leaders were initially unaware of the plans while the nfl blamed the chaos of the week for the chaos surrounding the meeting smith was sure that goodell had attempted an enron around him with key players i view that is insulting to our players leadership smith said.

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"six day" Discussed on Doublestruck Stories

Doublestruck Stories

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"six day" Discussed on Doublestruck Stories

"Under the washington redskins owner who declined to comment through a spokesman argued that the protests needed to end because of the danger that the issue posed to the league's bottom line a forty million dollar nfl sponsor was considering pulling out he told his fellow owners snyder kept repeating forty million dollars to add emphasis amusing a click of owners who did the math and realized that after the players cut of the shared revenue it amounted to considerably less than one million dollars per club hardly a game changing some for a league that last year had an average per team profit of one hundred one million dollars in the meeting many owners wanted to speak but the discussion soon was hijacked in the words of one owner by jones a one million dollar contributor to trump's inaugural committee fund and who declined comment through a spokesman the blunt hall of famer mentioned that he had spoken by phone more than once over the past twenty four hours with trump jones said the president who only a few years ago tried to buy the buffalo bills had no intention of backing down from his criticism of the nfl and it's players jones who a day earlier for monday night football in arizona had orchestrated a team wide kneeling before the at them ahead of rising to stand when it started to play repeated his refrain that the protests were good for the nfl in the long run most agreed but some felt that even if the league did lose a small percentage of fans due to the protests it also could gain a new audience there was a general if fanciful consensus that even a shortterm financial hit could benefit the league in the longterm especially if the league in the union could join in solidarity behind a single plan that's how the league's marketing department was planning to proceed even if some of the rough ideas fell flat one idea had all players wearing a patch on their jerseys that would read team america an owner briefed on the proposal simply shook his head we need to do.

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"six day" Discussed on Doublestruck Stories

Doublestruck Stories

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"six day" Discussed on Doublestruck Stories

"It certainly was my take away that the commissioner was looking for a way for the protests to end smith said friday when asked about his 30minute conversation with goodell while declining to offer specifics about what was discussed goodell declined to comment but a league source did not dispute smith's account knowing the league the way i know the league they are first and foremost concerned about the impact on their business smith said that's always their first concern i mean who are we kidding nobody was kitting when many of the nfl's highest profile owners including robert kraft of the new england patriots and jerry jones of the dallas cowboys expressed concerns last week that the optics of hundreds of players kneeling sitting or remaining in the locker room during the playing of the national anthem at alienated many fans a particularly perilous moment for the nfl tv ratings for many of this year's games have continued to slide that began last season some leak sponsors have grown skittish about the backlash and most surveys of shown that a majority of nfl fans are turned off by the politicisation of the game to the commissioner suggestion that the protest should in smith said my only response was i don't have the power to tell our players what to do at the end of the day this is a group of players who are exercising their freedom there is no room for me to snap my fingers and tell our players it's time for you to give up our freedom just the idea of fence me it's almost as if the players are being asked what's he going to take you to stop asking to be free were to be treated like an american.

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"six day" Discussed on Doublestruck Stories

Doublestruck Stories

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"six day" Discussed on Doublestruck Stories

"And join me after the show as south comes by to talk about how getting sources to talk is a little bit like checking in with family at the end of old hong day at work and now here's six days in september by don vannetta and south wicker show six days and sip tim nfl players seized control is league scrambled by dawn van not a junior and set wicker sham as the morris smith drove monday morning to ronald reagan washington national airport for a flight to his annual locker room meeting with the buffalo bills his phone rang it was roger goodell the two longtime adversaries the nfl players association executive director and the nfl commissioner had not yet spoken about the previous weekend when league executives team owners coaches and most of the league's one thousand six hundred sixty four players scrambled to figure out an appropriate response to president donald trump's harsh criticism of a few players decision to neil during the playing of the starspangled banner many players were outraged by trump's comments during a september 22nd rally in huntsville alabama not only because he had mocked the nfl's attempts to make the game safer but because he had said he would love to see an owner removed from the field and fire any son of a who chose to neil during the national anthem a small protest started by quarterback colin kaepernick a year ago under president barack obama had now become a leaguewide nationally polarizing crisis under trump by monday every one had retreated to their respective worlds goodell to his bosses the nfl team owners who don't want anything interfering with the league's annual fourteen billion dollar revenue and the players to their locker rooms and their families many of whom had strong opinions about the kneeling and wanted to know what each player intended to do about it now goodell was calling smith and the overarching question was whether the league and the union two entities that never miss a chance to argue would unify against an unprecedented attack by the president or split again.

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"six day" Discussed on Doublestruck Stories

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"six day" Discussed on Doublestruck Stories

"Two two this is doubletrack stories the home for some of the best features investigations and character portrait's from across espn i'm justin ellis by now you more than likely have heard what president donald trump said about nfl players who protest by kneeling during the national anthem by saying he'd love to see nfl team owners fire players who neil and calling those players a word i'm pretty sure my engineer would leap if i repeated it the president set off a fire throughout the nfl with players team owners legal officials and fans now seemingly all at odds with one another what started more than a year ago as a protest by former forty nine er quarterback colin kaepernick has now expanded into a fight for the future of the nfl taking what was once a proxy war between players and owners out into the open but what the president's remarks in its suing tweets keeping the anthem protest in the news the nfl faced a fresh crisis in the face of sliding ratings an ongoing questions about concussions the league was desperately searching for a solution to keep politics out of football in today's episode dan vannetta and stuff quicker shan bring you the scenes story of the debate between nfl commissioner roger goodell and team owners on how to contend with protests and the six days in september when players found themselves with new tower before we jump in a friendly reminder if you like doubletrack stories you can do us a favour and subscribe to the show wherever it is you listen to all of your favorite podcasts.

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