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China revokes 3 Wall Street Journal reporters' credentials

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

China revokes 3 Wall Street Journal reporters' credentials

"China says it's revoked the press credentials of three reporters for the Wall Street journal the headline full an opinion column even by the government to be racist and slanderous the contested headline refers to the current virus outbreak in China calling the country the real sick man of Asia now a foreign ministry spokesman says the February three op ed by ball to college professor Walter Russell Mead Smeal's the efforts of the Chinese government and people on fighting the virus epidemic the statement explains the expulsions come off to the general refused the moms to make an official apology and hold the persons involved accountable I'm Charles de Ledesma

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"smeal" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"smeal" Discussed on REAL 92.3

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"smeal" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"smeal" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Smolen life. It's she's made up. Remind about a proposal to make a lot of in the city more expensive. President Trump says the US was slapped new tariffs at all goods from Mexico in less than two weeks. More on that from CBS, news, WBZ sports. This is Kevin Jackson, the White Sox and Indians battle a guaranteed rate field in about ten minutes the cubs off before series in Saint Louis, and Golden State meets Toronto in the NBA finals game one tonight or the market today. Dow closed at forty three points at twenty five thousand one sixty nine NASDAQ up twenty s and p up six CBS's next at seven o'clock. CBS news on the hour real news, original reporting, I'm Pam Coulter. The White House says President Trump is planning to impose tariffs on all goods coming in from Mexico starting next month. The tariff started five percent on June, tenth and could eventually increase to twenty five percent in a statement, the president says if the illegal immigration crisis is alleviate interactions, taken by Mexico, the tariffs will be removed CBS news political analyst, Leonard Steinhorn imposing tariffs on Mexican goods that will only mean that the American consumer will pay more money for things crossing the border attorney general William bars doing some Monday morning quarterbacking on special counsel, Robert Muller's work, the special counsel, declined to decide whether the president committed a crime attorney general William bar till CBS Jan Crawford. I personally felt he could have reached an incision Muller cited. -partment policy prohibiting the indictment of a sitting president, plus Miller said, accusing someone of committing a crime outside of court would have been unfair bar was asked if Muller's now handing his work off to congress. I'm not sure what he was suggesting. But, you know, the department of Justice doesn't use our powers of investigating crimes as an adjunct to congress. Steven Portnoy, CBS news. The White House despite warnings from media companies that they could pull their productions out of states that pass tough abortion restrictions. Louisiana governor John Bel Edwards has signed a Bill to ban abortion as early as six weeks of pregnancy. We allow.

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"smeal" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"smeal" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"But I mean, I'm no they they must know that he would leave otherwise they have to pay him so much money that he can't leave. It's a football school. I know that's the problem so football Smeal. Yeah. You know? I don't care how great text. It's not cancer. It's Bill self Bill. Now, Bill self is. He may not have a job at some point. But but these guys have won national championships. Crispy has done a great job and third-highest a lot. What would you talk about Mike Tomlin? Oh, yeah. Mike Tomlin had an interesting quote. The getting rid of Antonio Brown and living big chest. Just call me mister big chest. He he didn't send a nice video. Like Josh Rosen new on Bill. He said this is a direct quote. There's been a cleansing if you will. That is word that a lot of us can't say, no, all the implications of ethnic cleansing. But there is also this is this is Mike Tomlin saying of these two players. I am so glad they are out of here. I with stand them, and what they did that this team, and we're going to be just fine without you. Now, I don't know if they're going to be just think. I think I don't know if they're being as I think they'll be good. I think actually be good without him. Because it was such. You'll be happier. And I know I have remanded notions of the Steelers, and we are family. Yeah. I it's probably nowhere near what it used to be. But they were it was a picture rear. Ms, right. They kept the guy who is who's in the middle of this stuff to. Yes, they kept the quarterback who is very critical of a lot of players has he earned it. I believe he has. But you don't wanna hear it when he says it Ben Rothlisberger is not the kinda guy who says Hughes where I screwed up and noise. Not Tony's got to. He does to to got to. He's got to so, okay. Can I make a quick recommendation for hit out? Sure. Back to baseball, MLB dot com and read Richard Justice piece on yelich and Bellinger and the MVP race at is heating up and the back and forth numbers. They're posting. Cheers had an unbelievable April for the dodgers. Dodgers are good in yellow for dodgers have been good for for years. Then that should sign yellow because only does hit home runs against the cardinal signed him to get him here tonight. Seven o'clock, we'll send you money and couple of let him for the week. You know, again, they miss I miss that guy a little bit just just say, we up the worst thing. I want to put your mind at ease. I know you had plans to to the Macy's in center. Rosa today. I'd seen I saw the mountain line. There was a mountain lion. A male amount line was napping in a planter right outside of Macy's. So vicious was not an insignificant cat fifty pound mountain line. Yes. Wow came in. They don't like to kill the animals. They liked to tranquilize them. And then place them back in the wild. There's snow recent to kill the Anna. Right. So they shot. One. Didn't take him down to three took four trank dots to known as me, bro..

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Charges dropped against Jussie Smollett, attorneys say

Dave Ramsey

01:09 min | 2 years ago

Charges dropped against Jussie Smollett, attorneys say

"Story attorneys for empire, actor jussie smollet say all charges claiming that he lied to Chicago police about being attacked have been dropped. The actor Jesse smollet says he'd like nothing more than to get back to work and move on with his life after the charges against him for lying to police about a racist. And homophobic attack were dropped. This has been an incredibly difficult time. Honestly, one of the worst of mine's higher life. But I'm a man of faith. And I'm a man that has knowledge of my history. And I would not bring my family our lives with the movement through a fire like this just winning the actor from the show empire. His lawyers say the attackers are two brothers who told police smollet staged the attack as for the prosecutors. The Cook County state's attorney's office releasing a statement saying to Justice, Milan's volunteer service in the community. And in agreement to forfeit is bond. Quote. We believe this outcome is a Justice position and appropriate resolution to this case and quote ABC's Ryan burrow, FOX which produces empire released. A statement saying Smolen has always maintained his innocence. And we are gratified on his behalf that all charges against him. Have been dismissed FOX is now a part of Disney ABC's parent

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"smeal" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"smeal" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Actor singer jussie smollet finds himself in an undesirable role in trouble with the law. Ryan young reports he faces felony charges for staging an attack against himself and making a false police report. Make room. Empire actor Jesse Smolen digging in after being charged with reporting a fake assault to police. He was dissatisfied with his salary. So he concocted a story about being attacked. So let's legal team insisting he maintains his innocence riding in a defiant statement today, we witness an organized law enforcement spectacle. The presumption of innocence was trampled upon at the expense of Mr. Smolarek source tells CNN was on the set of film at the empire studio Thursday afternoon and called a meeting with cast and crew who were said to be expecting him to come clean, but after apologizing for any embarrassment caused by the incident, the source says smollet as the show team for their support. And again insisted that he's innocent. I am not one of those people who have been attacked the visit coming after Chicago police laid out their case against the after saying smollet pay the Darrell brothers thirty five hundred dollars this day's the attack. And prosecutors say that police have. Have a copy of the check to prove it. He wanted able to attack him but not hurt him too badly. And to give him a chance to appear to fight back. Also included that he wanted to place a rope around his neck, pour gasoline on him and yelled this country. Police say Smolen.

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Chicago, Smolen And Eddie Johnson discussed on Guy Gordon

Guy Gordon

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Chicago, Smolen And Eddie Johnson discussed on Guy Gordon

"Chicago police say empire actor jussie smollet claim to be the victim of a racist homophobic attack in an apparent attempt to raise his profile because he was dissatisfied with his salary. Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson says it appears the staged attack was carefully planned out. But Smolen didn't realize the kind of evidence available to police such as surveillance cameras that they knew what at one

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McCabe's lawyer says criminal investigation into him continues

Rush Limbaugh

03:33 min | 2 years ago

McCabe's lawyer says criminal investigation into him continues

"We've also learned. Andrew McCabe authorized, the FBI to investigate whether Jeff Sessions misled congress this guy apparently McCabe was out of control. I think Andrew McCabe is a very bad, man. I mean, just speaking as a straight up and down observation he is a very bad, man. Not only was this guy. Plotting a bureaucratic coup after Komi was fired. And that cool was to protect the conspirators. He was trying to overthrow the presidential election. Even before Komi was fired. Mccabe was was was in on all of this along with struck strokes Merck being dispatched to Europe to to talk to people. It turns out that he also authorized a criminal probe of the attorney general Jeff Sessions. Mccabe was out of control. 'em. He has yet to receive the jussie smollet treatment. If I'm Jesse Smolen is going to be said, what did I do wrong this guy McCabe out there profiting from the hoax that he perpetrated and still getting away with and is still leading. He's out there to write a book. He's being interviewed by the same media. That's castigating me. Fired FBI official authorized criminal probe of sessions. Nearly a year before sessions fired McCabe for what sessions called a lack of candor McCabe oversaw a federal criminal investigation into whether sessions was dishonest when testifying before congress about contacts with Russian operatives. Do you know what sessions contact with Russian operatives wasn't this? Why his recusals so ticked off Trump? He was at a reception that he didn't even remember and the Soviet ambassador. Sergei Kislyak who was anywhere. There was food. Apparently, all this guy did was go to buffets. He went to lunch. You went to buffets. He went to receptions, he happened to be in a reception once in sessions was there. And he spoke to him this ambassador user, it's a pleasure to talk to you today. Nice to meet you too coming in Lebanon, shoot the garbage over whatever's going on in Al Franken hears about this and brings the question up during sessions confirmation hearings. And says, well, I did talk to a Russian I have to admit that I read I got to recuse myself from the investigation, so McCabe, here's this and he wants to tear into sessions for lying about this. This tire FBI under Andrew McCabe was totally out of control and this guy profiting from all of this continuing to lie out there on this book tour. Where is the institution standing up and calling him out like the police superintendent in Chicago today called out jussie smollet? This is exactly what I mean. When I say, our institutions are failing us, the F B I itself did not even act as a backstop against against McCabe other than to fire him. But as hasn't stopped him. He's continuing to run away lying head off talking about Trump's still being a Russian

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Jussie Smollett: Timeline of alleged hate crime on "Empire" actor

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

02:21 min | 2 years ago

Jussie Smollett: Timeline of alleged hate crime on "Empire" actor

"There are new developments today in the alleged attack on empire, actor jussie smollet. Let's go to Chicago on our Newsline. WBZ NewsRadio reporter Bernie to foia. Who's been following this story since it broke, Bernie, what is the latest. What are you hearing today? Steve the lawyer for empire actor Justice. Sometimes it he the actor. Maybe what they're calling on line with detectives today, although that's not clear whether or not that's gonna meet a face to face interview, phone call or what? Although it says that at some point down the line. There may be a sit down interview, we don't know when that's gonna take place, but Chicago beliefs definitely want talk touch Jesse small left. This whole case really took a turn over the weekend or late at the end of last week when the two brothers who've been brought in for questioning it were held for a couple of days thought to be part of possible suspects in the alleged attack. Unjustly smollet will released on Friday, and they were then called not tax. And said that they were not part of it. Reports that came out it said that the the brothers does to men we're brothers. It said the Justice small edit put them up to this. And so justly Smolen has been denying all along that this is a hoax or something he made up. But now the police say they've got other questions ever since the story first broke a few weeks ago. It seems like jussie smollet story has been let's say deteriorating kind of bit by bit. Is that how it appears there in Chicago as well? It's hard to tell because we don't really know what the police have what they got from the two brothers because they did go to the brother's apartment in the apparently obtain some kinds of evidence. But we don't know what we don't know. Exactly. What does he told them in their entirety? And we don't know what the video the police have in total. We don't have the entire thing. Well, still shot the police gave a kind of a couple of Chataway figures that night, this is the early morning of January twenty nine and so it's really hard to tell what they have what either side is saying, we we get reports we get sources say, but we don't know for back it what really happened in in what Jesse smell that is going to wind up telling police if he

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Brothers say Jussie Smollett paid them to participate in alleged attack, source says

Overnight Talk

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Brothers say Jussie Smollett paid them to participate in alleged attack, source says

"Situation. There's a big change in the Chicago police investigation of an alleged attack on TV actor CBS news. Correspondent Carter Evans reports. Jerry in brothers arrested in connection with the assault on empire actor Jesse Smolen are no longer suspects there now cooperating with police a source close to the investigation confirms to CBS news. The brothers told detectives Smolen he'd them to participate in the alleged attack on January twenty nine. And did they purchased? A rope found around small let's get in nearby hardware stores. Jussie smollet through his attorneys denies these

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32 Palestinian protesters wounded by Israeli fire in Gaza

Pacifica Evening News

01:26 min | 2 years ago

32 Palestinian protesters wounded by Israeli fire in Gaza

"Palestinian protesters and Israeli troops. Skirmished? Today's hundreds demonstrated against violence by Jewish settlers in the Israeli-occupied, West Bank and thousands more against a crippling. Israeli Egyptian blockade in the HAMAs ruled Gaza Strip in Gaza mass demonstrations along the perimeter fence with Israel have been a weekly routine over the past ten months in the West Bank, where the Palestinian Authority holds limited sway. The protest was sparked by the killing of a Palestinian at a village last Saturday, which the Palestinians blamed on Israeli settlers spokesperson for the health ministry, said thirty two Palestinians were wounded by gunfire at several sections along the Gaza fence today earlier today mediators from Egypt and the United Nations worried that the border violence could evolve into an all out conflict between HAMAs in Israel, man. With the leaders of the militant group is Smeal Haniya. The militant groups chief described the meeting as unprecedented, but did not elaborate a moss today accused Israel of not honoring an unofficial truce agreement to gradually ease the blockade and vowed to escalate the protests, which has seen the death of nearly a hundred and ninety Palestinians since they were launched in the

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"smeal" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

Invest Like the Best

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"smeal" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"And so the very very early days. In other words, so bitcoin is secured by proof of work, which basically means fancy computer computations to secure the network and run it. And so there's been this race basically for compute. And so it started with CPU than it was just totally not profitable to to compute CPU. So then it became GPO. And then it's six which are like basically highly specialized hardware, that's just designed to do one algorithm and sort of somewhere either before that are ahead of that his FPJ's, which is kind of like a sick. But sort of pro. Memorable. And I believe that there's a window into the future of compute because he is bitcoin like Petri dish of what happens when there's just this crazy amount of demand for the most efficient compute possible. And when you look at what's happening in. Okay, we're we're in business is compute amend the most right now, it seems like it's in machine learning. It seems like it's a I and these fields, and that's a very like that that application of compute bears. A lot of analogies to the application of compute for bitcoin. And so what is happening is in the old days. We had mainframes they did one thing they ran one application than we got like the personal computer and multiple applications. And so it kinda when general in the same way, you know, in in the beginning, there's like CPA's then abuse that our general it's swinging back. It's swinging back to specialists hardware. So that's one shift that we're seeing is the swingback to hardware that is designed to religious execute one function really really well, really really fast. There's odd. Obviously risks to that. Like, if you invest in hardware and algorithm goes out of fashion seems like you're kind of screwed. It's can can you create custom harbor designed to execute algorithm and shift really quickly as the other them changes. I'd even possible, right? So that's that's one area. The other is just because of the growing volumes of data and data sets getting really really big just being able to process and compute. Huge data sets really really fast is another avenue. That's running in that space. You mentioned at the beginning material science, and I just finished a couple months ago, this fantastic book, just basically a history of energy by Vaclav Smeal, and he frames everything through what he goes fuel sources and prime movers, and that those like the primary categories through which we you know, from human muscle to inanimate muscle things like this. And that effectively what we have been doing for the most part sense like the lady TNT hundreds with some exceptions has been eking ever. More efficiency out of existing systems. And that's amazing. Right. Like if you can be ninety percent officials that twenty percent on coal on extracting energy from coal. That's fantastic. But we haven't really for the most part found like the next coal. And it sounds like a lot of what you've described effectively better and faster more well-specified compute power, better faster, more efficient, logistics things. Like, this is that we had all these like Layton assets in the world, and we're becoming more and more efficient at coordinating them. And that they're shoot businesses to be built around that. Is there any industry or company or people that you funded that are in in the other category, not greater and greater efficiency through software, but through like foundational like almost like super crazy sounding like hard science type stuff. Absolutely..

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"smeal" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

Invest Like the Best

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"smeal" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"And so in the very very early days. In other words, so bitcoin is secured by proof of work, which basically means fancy computer computations to secure the network and run it. And so there's just been this race basically for compute. And so it started with CPU than it was just totally not profitable to to compute CPU. So then it became GPO, and then Essex, which are like basically highly specialized hardware, that's just designed to do one algorithm and sort of somewhere. Either before that or head of that his FPJ's, which is like kind of like a sick, but sort of programmable, and I believe that there's a window into the future of compute because he is bitcoin. This Petri dish of what happens when there's just this crazy amount of demand for the most efficient compute possible. And when you look at what's happening in. Okay, we're we're in business is compute amended. The most right now, it seems like it's in machine learning. It seems like it's an AI and these fields, and that's a very like that that application of compute bears. A lot of analogies to the application of compute for bitcoin. And so what is happening is in the old days. We had mainframes they did one thing they ran one application than we got like the personal computer and multiple applications. And so when general in the same way, you know in in the beginning, there's like CPA's then Jeep us that our general it's swinging back. It's swinging back to specialize hardware. So that's one shift that we're seeing the swing back to harbor that is designed to religious execute. Route one function really really well, really really fast. There's obviously risks to that. Like, if you invest in hardware end that algorithm goes out of fashion seems like you're kind of screwed. It's can can you create custom harbor designed to execute algorithm in shift really quickly as the other of them strange is that even possible, right? So that's that's one area. The other is just because of the growing volumes of data and data sets getting really really big just being able to process and compute. Huge data sets really really fast is another avenue. That's opening in that space. You mentioned at the beginning material science, and I just finished a couple months ago, this fantastic book, just basically a history of energy by Vaclav Smeal, and he frames everything through what he goes fuel sources and prime movers, and that those like the primary categories through which we you know, from human muscle to inanimate muscle things like this. And that effectively what we have been doing for the. Parts sense. Like, the lady TNT hundreds with some exceptions has been eking ever more efficiency out of existing systems. And that's amazing. Right. Like if you can be ninety percent officials that twenty percent on coal on extracting energy from coal. That's fantastic. But we haven't really for the most part found like the next coal. And it sounds like a lot of what you've described effectively better and faster more well-specified compute power, better faster, more efficient, logistics things. Like, this is that we had all these like latent assets in the world, and we're becoming more and more efficient at coordinating them. And that they're shoot businesses to be built around that. Is there any industry or company or people that you funded that are in in the other category, not greater and greater efficiency through software? But through like foundational like almost like super crazy sounding like hard science type stuff. Absolutely..

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"smeal" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"smeal" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

"And I hate when people say this is who I know it's like so stupid. I think but I was just like, I gotta go and Dave was like are you serious? And then Andrew Reynolds was like, I think I gotta go to because he had had a few. Guess and and everyone the three of us had to stand up, and I've never had to say to dear friends, I'm leaving before the entrees twenty shrimp. Yes. It was uncomfortable. You know, you know, it was fine. And I understood it you guys said goodbye, Andrew vanish with the wind even know any last call an Irish goodbye ROY yelled at me on the street, which will so mazing because I'm you know, like still have that like, I don't even know high school mentality. I was like, hey, we'll get a newborn we'll drop you off you drop us off in my house. And then it will continue to take like one of my fucking twelve. That same mentality. I was like this is how we're going to do that. We'll divide it. Yeah. No. So they they left. I was like why did we do this to the why did we brings people masters and then twenty shrimp arrived Casey's meal, David Smeal Andrews, Neil, take him home with you. There was no meal at beard. I tried to give David the shrimp. Shrimp came just before you guys left. I was like, please. Please take twenty shrimping. He was like there's nothing in my home less. We're shrimp. And I was like, please, take it. I feel so bad. He wouldn't take it. So we all took the most I ate like a Queen for probably a week and a half. I'm sure those are good we love. Yeah. Well, it was a great night. And I'm sorry to have been rude. It was understandable, guys. It's the new year cheering us emerging to get into jersey and manner pumping Atlanta one sec, but any resolution. I have a resolution I have my like boring like actual things on do. But my spiritual emotional resolution is to stop putting my time into bad things that give me bad energy. Well, you've done this. All right other day. Like most people you fucked it up on the first day already ruined it. Let's that book where it's like if this you pick it up, and if it doesn't bring you joy like marine. Yes, I want to do that in my life with people. Other things. I just wanna be like, oh, you don't bring me joy like you wanna drag all the people in your life into the living room. And look at them. That's what she makes. You do with your close. This hold them up show them to other friends be like should I keep this person in my life? No, not necessarily people. But just anything, you know, was like stop stop. There's so much good in life. Why am I why would I ever focus on something bad? It's a great resolution is I really love it. I'm trying to focus this consensus series on gratefulness. Tried because it's so easy to get bogged down in the things that are making you very unhappy or the things so when I start to feel really negative or upset or depressed. I'm trying to be grateful. I know again, I'm three days in and I definitely complained knowing that's great. But I am trying to get more gratefully or just chain the minute. I start to get negative to switch my thinking to being grateful. I love that. I do too. I'm trying. We'll see I get hurt. It's very powerful never done. It myself can't speak for that tried it, and it will take it doesn't take with me. But I love it for you. What about you case? Where are you? Oh, reticent to read mine after yours. Exactly, the Oklahoma. Okay. These are the things I'm not going to work on this. Not interested in south care being present mindfulness org. Grateful. Not interest. Not not interesting. You're like not a resolution. I'm just I I don't know..

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"smeal" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"smeal" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"Just like, oh, chicken and would cheese. Like I want a guide to tell me like, hey, how about we put like, you know, some of this on it, you know, maybe like some pepper corns, and you know things and pickles like things. I'm not gonna. Normally pick coast. I've been thinking about keeping some pickles in the house labor out. Yeah, the The extent. extent. Yeah, I saw the movie the predator the other night, which we talked about for an hour to go ahead and seen the movie, and there's a scene is not a spoiler there's a scene where characters eating pickles at another character's house right out of the jar, and I was like, damn, that looks good. I never pickles in my house. Why not pick up some classics, man? Yeah. I mean, I have enough my. I got four dab thing pickles keep for while, right? Yeah. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. I mean, I'd probably eat them all the night. I have them and then forget to ever buy them. Again, your body would be like after you puked up all those pickles fifteen pickles and a half hour, it'd be like, hey, no more pickles buddy I by maybe if I buy like a jar pickles also pick up a couple of cucumbers. Brian. Ryan it up Brian, some Brian premium bed up to the good folks at flask name, a better job than I would. Presumably there's two sandwiches on every menu, at least in New York, and they're always good, and they're always the most. Indulgent. There's the the godfather, which is all the Italian meats, and they put like roasted red peppers and stuff, and maybe some some social talion sandwich. They just call it the godfather. Because he's an Italian hero godfather and then the Dag would, which is like all of the like the non-italian cold cuts, right? Like Turkey ham. Yeah, some various cheeses. What do you think? I think the Dag woods, the best one. You know what I feel like I haven't seen the Dag would get. It's even got its own Wikipedia thing. Would sandwich mall now, that's a comic no Dag Whitson which is tall, multi-layered sandwich made with a variety of meats, cheeses and condiments. Doesn't that sound great? Yeah, but I mean, it depends on the meats and cheeses. How like what do you think it's going to be like dog and cat bird song. It's named after your favorite guy? Yeah, blonde husband lose the deal of Blondie. She blonde hair now the comic strip. Oh. I don't really know what it was bad. I, my regulation is mostly about Dag would make sandwiches late at night. Yeah. Yeah. I read Blondie probably religiously every day. Yeah. Most of them were him just making his? Yeah. Or is bus be like bums stood. Yeah. Blonde Blondie bump said, you know, at her maiden name is boop dupe what I don't think that's real Bundy is a smart sweet in responsible woman. She can be stressed out husband at times due to her young family and Dag woods. Antics in despite being usually laid back and patient Blondie does get upset. Sometimes she is also extremely beautiful gold hair gentle curls and a shapely figure a friend wants to would that Blondie looked like a million bucks. This is the person writing this, the friend of tackle. It's. Quoting himself. It's yeah, it's always funny when. Like you look at the, I am db trivia for like, Tom, it'll be like his his third movie days of thunder. He acted alongside a then unknown rub Smeal Steed. Yeah, they still unknown. Yeah, guess what? I got news for you to put your name, something fishy associated with Tom Cruise that made me remember something about delis that quickly about Blondie having shapely figure golden Blondie Etta shapely, figuring golden hair, Tim anybody with a pair of eyes, even just one..

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"smeal" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

12:34 min | 2 years ago

"smeal" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"This is C span radio WCBS P FM Washington. Sexual violence experts voiced their support for professor Christine Blasi Ford after she publicly came forward, accusing supreme court nominee judge Breyer Kamina of sexual assault. This was an event earlier today representatives from the national lines to end sexual violence in the national organization for women were among the many speakers at this news conference health here in Washington DC. This is an hour long. It starts with president of the Feminist Majority foundation. Eleanor Smeal good morning. We're here to enlighten. The public discussion and conversation on sexual harassment sexual assault and sexual violence. We are in a teachable moment. But we're also in an historic moment. Not since Anita hill has this issue been so front and center. In the Senate Judiciary committee. It's been twenty seven years Cincinnati hill. But where we are. Unfortunately is that the current situation. The Senate Judiciary has not developed yet. A protocol. To handle appropriately sexual violence or sexual harassment claims. Eleanor Smeal, president of the Feminist Majority. And therefore, we're having a rush to a hearing. And we believe that it is not taking the benefit of nearly a whole twenty seven years, a progress and development of experts and knowledge to handle and to make sure the such charges are taken seriously. And and that there's going to be a fair procedure. So what we did today and the president of the Feminist Majority foundation is we gather together with a great help of many groups in the violence community. A panel of experts that can tell us exactly the procedures and protocols that could be followed. I wanna say several organizations that really helped make this possible. We did this quickly because the conversation is moving quickly the national Law Center, the national the leadership conference in civil and human rights. They're not here right now. But they helped us a great deal and putting this together and each the major organizations here, and I want to say their names, very clearly because there's many groups helping women and survivors nationwide hundreds of groups, but these are national networks and coalitions the national network to end domestic violence, the National Alliance to end sexual violence. The. Rape crisis centers are all through our. Country, and what other DC Representative and leader is going to be on this panel, the black woman's blueprint, which deals with violence questions. The futures without violence that also is nationwide and deals with these issues daily. We're introducing you to people that are on the front lines. And I don't want to take any more time because I want you to hear exactly how people can be helped as this conversation is developing in Washington and before commerce, we make sure people understand that this is affecting women and men who are survivors nationwide and worldwide this conversation triggers responses and you'll hear that here. So that's why we feel it must be dealt with seriously. And that people must know there's many steps that could be taken for a fair procedure. So let me first introduce Jim Gandhi who is the executive who is the president and CEO of the national network to end domestic violence, which also works in all types of violence, and Jim has been very helpful and putting this panel together. So Kim please proceed. Thank you Ellie for organizing. This the national network to end domestic violence is the national association of all fifty six state coalitions against domestic violence and dual domestic violence and sexual assault coalitions with nearly two thousand local programs throughout the country. Sexual assault is not a democratic issue. And it's not a Republican issue. It's a human issue. And right now, we are badly in need of some humanity. We've made progress in many ways with laws protections support and resources for survivors. But we have a long way to go in terms of attitudes and assumptions. Think about the survivors who are watching this process unfold. They are thinking how will I be treated? If I come forward. Our daughters are watching and wondering. Is this what will happen to me if I'm assaulted, and I tell someone would it be any wonder if they didn't come forward? Countless survivors and their families their friends. Their advocates are watching the Senate to see what kind of tone. They sat and so far. It's not a good one. Senator should be leading, by example. And that means treating doctor Ford with respect and treating her charges as what they are allegations of wrongdoing that deserve an actual investigation. Not just a hearing. I also want to say something about how this came to light. All of us who work with survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence were appalled that the identity of professor Ford was disclosed without her consent. And that those who protected her confidentiality were criticized and vilified Senator Feinstein and congresswoman s you were right to protect her privacy. And their critics were wrong. This is not a he said she said professor Ford provided a detailed account along with therapists notes from six years ago. And she passed a lie detector test yet. She has faced death threats suspicion, ridicule defamation and scorn. Her identity was revealed without her consent, and yet her motives have been questioned and our credibility has been attacked. And now she's been told effectively that she must be put on trial immediately on Monday. Before there is even a cursory independent investigation that could support her report. We have to foster an environment where survivors will feel safe supported heard and understood, and we're charges of sexual assault or domestic violence are fully and properly investigated, even when the timing is inconvenient. In this very public arena. We have to get this, right? What the Senate does will send a message to victims everywhere. Whether or not they intend for it to be a message. And what will that message be? I hope that it will be a message to survivors of sexual domestic violence that their charges won't just get a pro forma hearing and be promptly disregarded, but that they will be fully and properly investigated by those in authority senators. You can't send that message. With your words. You can only send it with your actions. Kim Gandy is president. And CEO of the national network to end domestic violence live coverage from the National Press Club on C span radio. Now, I have the pleasure of introducing endure. Hennard who is the executive director of the DC rape crisis center. The first and oldest rape crisis center in the country. And she is here on behalf of our sister network. The National Alliance to end sexual violence, which represents the fifty six state and territorial coalitions against domestic violence as well as the dual sexual assault and domestic violence coalitions, and there many many many local rape crisis centers throughout the country endure. Thank you him. And thank you L E for organizing this first, let me say that we unequivocally support doctor Ford in all survivors of sexual violence, the national conversation on sexual violence that is happening across the country has trickled down to have impacts on the local level in ways and levels that we have never seen before. For example, we at the DC rape crisis center. We have seen a fifteen percent increase in hotline calls in this metoo era. This national conversation has ignited an unprecedented amount of sexual assault disclosures across the country. And in recent days, we have seen Dr forward boldly courageously and bravely usher in her voice into this conversation. What we must remember is that she did not have to tell her story we have to remember that survivors of sexual violence. Do. Not old their story to anyone what we know to be true is that when a survivor of sexual violence tells their story, they are telling a story of traumatic memory, and it is common for there to be delayed. Reporting gaps in memory as well as coming forward at a much later date. This is in large part due to the way in which the body not only stores trauma, but the way in which the brain stores and recalls memory. It is not our job to dissect Dr Ford story or any survivor story of sexual violence. It is our job to believe them. It is our job to support them. It is our job to hold those responsible accountable. The burden of proof should not be on survivors of sexual violence. Dr Ford should not be on trial. What we are seeing in the treatment of Dr Ford is a travesty it should call into question, the consciousness of a nation and the moral compass by which we stand the world is watching young girls survivors women are watching on how Dr forward is being treated. Well, they're paying will their experiences be taken seriously. This is a watershed moment for sexual violence as we are beginning to contemplate how to hold institutions accountable. We cannot afford to get this wrong. What we decide in? This moment will irrevokable be linked into the soul of America. And how we value human sacredness and the dignity and worth of all survivors of sexual violence. The time is always right to do. What is right? This time. It's now stand with Dr Ford stand what survivors of sexual violence. Thank you. Now, I would like to introduce Lisa Lynne who is with the black police Jacobs with a black woman..

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"smeal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"smeal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A second? I've got to become a different version. I've wanted to become right nicer. I I wanna talk about redemption. What made you make that turn in two thousand and ten in New York? There was gay college student named Tyler Clementi Tyler Clemente is believed to have jumped from New York's George Washington Bridge last week and now who took his own life as a result of bullying by a classmate who had secretly recorded him the intimate with somebody else. And then shortly thereafter that there was well over a dozen other gay youths that took their life. So around that time, this journalist, Dan savage, created this campaign called it gets better. They're fourteen fifteen and sixteen year olds watchman's video would love you to take away from it really is that it gets better incur. Foraging adults to make videos letting young LGBTQ youth know that it will get better. And the first day he launched that campaign. I made a video I would have loved to have had me around when I was a teenager because I would have either looked at Perez Hilton and found an extremely annoying or that it was really cool but loved the fact that Peres Hilton was able to create something from nothing and become successful. And not in the response that I got to that really shook me to my core. And. Made me change everything. Because I thought I was doing something positive. You know, I always thought people understood that in my mind, it was just stick. You know is just a character. And just you know. An entertainer. But people didn't realize that our people didn't care and all they saw was the hurtful things I was saying I and people's perception of me helpfully has evolved, not drastically being unrealistic. But you know, maybe somebody like Joan rivers, not everybody liked Joan rivers. But when she died there weren't people celebrating her death, I own this. If I were to die today. Many people would probably celebrate my death. Oh my God. How use Smeal? It's true. Whoa. How do you feel seeing that?.

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"smeal" Discussed on Rocket

Rocket

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"smeal" Discussed on Rocket

"Time is so great 'cause you know can call multiple devices and if you're all in on kind of the apple thing it works just seamlessly the audio and video quality is really good yeah i'm stoked i'm very excited about group facetime and i look forward to groups group timing with you in the future smolen since we're in the iphone family that's why it wouldn't work with my friends because people would be excluded wouldn't be fair yeah no i mean i have some green bubble people but like it's getting fewer and fewer like a find shaming really does really people for their phones i mean i'm not shaming them if they're like this is all i can afford like there's no shaming there but like if someone's actively like i'm buying a galaxy s nine like it's a good phone christina yeah but that just means that we can't i message or facetime and like that's a problem or share in emoji bright thank you this is a real problem like i'm on a couple of group chats where all of us but one person are on the iphone and we all react and like oh it's gonna group chats it's absolutely impossible right so so we we all knew the hearts loved this and then the text so and so love this per the one like loan personal be like what is all this stuff and they're like and i'm just like i'm like if you had an iphone we wouldn't be having this discussion.

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"smeal" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"smeal" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"Freeport not sure what copper affect what affect is going to have the trap that terrorists are having all the copper i'm trying to realize by portfolio though should i hold or fold i happen to like the stock of freeport i liked the fact that that is going up but you are not early in this and i think that given the way this market is working you're going to have to wait for pullback i don't want you buying it so close to its high which is less than a dollar in a market this seems to want to go down danielle oldham state of pennsylvania and danielle big philly due to you call man phillies special what's up learning about the ride the pet care thoughts from you last year when you put out ida one thought about true panin isolates and pet care position larger staples i at i happen to like the medical insurance business because of you are like us we spend a lot of money on a bug and ever they used to call them invidia but invidious stocks going just kidding still video but you know what we're going to stick with what boorda's here we're going to do either slabs and then the wettest reports this week so at us is going to be more about commercial i think this time but i think so t s is a higher end company how about david in pennsylvania jim from the smeal college of business that penn state there you go we went to smear we had a great time we love penn state i've gotta tell you i think the penn state pretty good draft coming up jeff marked by way penn state rocks actual works with me go ahead go ahead.

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"smeal" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"smeal" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Freeport not sure what copper affect what affect is going to have the trap that terrorists are having all the copper i'm trying to realize by portfolio though should i hold or fold i happen to like the stock of freeport i liked the fact that that is going up but you are not early in this and i think that given the way this market is working you're going to have to wait for pullback i don't want you buying it so close to its high which is less than a dollar in a market this seems to want to go down danielle oldham state of pennsylvania and danielle big philly due to you call man phillies special what's up learning about the ride the pet care thoughts from you last year when you put out ida one thought about true panin isolates and pet care position larger staples i at i happen to like the medical insurance business because of you are like us we spend a lot of money on a bug and ever they used to call them invidia but invidious stocks going just kidding still video but you know what we're going to stick with what boorda's here we're going to do either slabs and then the wettest reports this week so at us is going to be more about commercial i think this time but i think so t s is a higher end company how about david in pennsylvania jim from the smeal college of business that penn state there you go we went to smear we had a great time we love penn state i've gotta tell you i think the penn state pretty good draft coming up jeff marked by way penn state rocks actual works with me go ahead go ahead.

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"smeal" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"smeal" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"To the and beckel show powered by many and gordon trial attorneys a fever you there you just saw the conversation about usher youth word and him stepping out the and i remember the story i guess a leg out the allegedly kushner joe joe is making me phil allegedly lay spread um the herp to a young lady who i'm gonna say was to sixty s need before breakfast mattis trump golf she yes suggest have some albee's on the pulse it was you know the the guy for mom biggest loser dole vat not a guy uh i thought interview with him and he's not a guy at those white right yes he goes on i said some eagles what do you think trump michael 275 he's 63 not limbaugh pointing means um like slater ways to thirty nine he says trump's way bigger than slater he's wipe it yeah okay so there's a way to thirty nine dole that says to yours is at least seventy five nearly enough i said to some goddamn like that there's nothing wrong with being too 75 to go low rent but i can tell you up again he thought about five all day are non leg non other people save me chiyu bigeye what are you way i'll i'll go to look like a way you know cy here's jawahir that three five comment sorta got volume hug cut short his eleanor smeal when you're shorter you're not six five six one is shorter than what thin 6'4 you ever see six one to forty five in their look like this now it does it like i i said on what are you way he lowered 228 a goals that next to me right there like dude like earth do stand next to who dirty laundry rude girth upon manner him a lot going on here rubbing talaat yet ticker times okay thank you tanya evaluate load law does not think she was 275 this lady was she was probably five six though a 275 how can you like it and feel what you think i should absolutely look who you can't tell me a two hundred eighty pounds rural is going to talk about sleeping with usher and she didn't come on no way you'll out to be signed you crazy before because that there has to lure wealthy i was in her defence there was a video that surface new old story but there was a.

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"smeal" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"smeal" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"The republican party with ronald reagan in the lead repositioned itself as the party of conservative family values against abortion against homosexuality and against the equal rights amendment the 1982 deadline for ratification caytion came and went smoothly in her stop era ladies were credited with helping to derail the era and the big lesson we learn from this is that in the marvellous process of self government given to us by our founding fathers it is possible for the people to defeat the entire political and media establishment andrew win despite incredible off she claims to have led a grassroots campaign but ellie smeal says shlef lee was a smokescreen to make it look like a fight among women i i went to every state myself i ended with lobbyists were lobbyists were business guys we had massive lobbyists against us especially the insurance companies that's because health insurance companies charged women more for coverage and by the way that practice was outlawed by the affordable care act aka obamacare back in the 1970s businesses were protecting their bottom lines by then women made up more than a third of the workforce who benefits from paying woman adult women less but corporate america so you had the national association of manufacturers against us you had the chambers of commerce against this you business interests against us ellie says the insurance companies even funded laugh leigh's organization the eagle forum i come back to money because i do believe that if you didn't make money offer rations sex discrimination an immigrant status we would probably have this much discrimination but it's not just economic inequality ellie has also spent her life combating violence against.

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"smeal" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"smeal" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"And want to ads might call for male help or female help i didn't like racial discrimination i like sex discrimination sean i don't like jello gpt q discrimination i just don't like purity and people on fairly it's all the same thing ellie smeal as president of the feminist majority foundation which advocates for women's equality around the world she's been an activist most of her life in the late 1970s and again during the eighties she was president of now the national organization for women now was leading the charge for the era in 1971 ellie came to washington for a demonstration it was a silent vigil on the steps of the senate the so we stayed all day on this crazy silent vigil which i have to say it's the last one i've ever participated in because i cannot stand being silent that law after the vigil they went to a historic brick house not far from the capital nowadays it's the belmont paul women's equality national monument where we stopped in in the first part of the show in the '70s that was the headquarters of the national women's party a small group of elderly suffrage tests were living there i was all dark and i said you know i think we're too late but the other said no no no that's if if you just can't see there might be people in there that they told us to come here anyway they kept pounding on the door they knocked and knocked until finally a small elderly woman wearing a nightgown cracked the door open i turn to my friend and i said oh my god god i said we walk in a mob army this is crazy and she said oh no no and then the woman said are you the knell woman and we said yes and the woman who opened the door in her nightgown was eighty five year old alice paul the leader of the women's suffrage movement from the nineteen teens and she flames open the door grabs from the wall a bell starts ringing the bell and say they've come they've come they've come and she goes up this flight of stairs yelling they've come and other all these other little older woman and i'm looking at my friend there since you would you tanya boop these people optus is crazy and she said ellie you'd be excited to if you.

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"smeal" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"smeal" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"We encounter with friends we have a good time with friends we don't necessarily remember like the say we go to a party with friends and we don't necessarily remember the drive to the party with the friends we only member instances with the friends at the party and then our mind may skip to another good memory or a bad memory but we don't tend to remember the middle middle points so i think the film feels very much like that to me or it feels very dreamy but that comes from cheever to switch he for stories are ferry of nerik very dreamlike and the film as little aired with i mean it's very heavy hand it two i mean i feel the film is very heavy hand in the sense that there are a lot of clear blatant visual metaphors in the film you know like the you know when you date when ned comes to the the new couple in own have that discussion about the tree that's got no leaves you know it's very very heavy on the metaphors which i think is very cheever if you read cheever you'll know what i'm talking about and and cheever comes from a very classical greek mythology tradition where a lot of his stories are very um homers odyssey kind of things i feel that there's a lot of result of greek and in the summer there's certainly homers odyssey there's elements of narcissus cheever was conscious of that as well there's a lot of document haitian how he under how he he tried to to stay away and he wanted to stay away from narcissists with the swimmer but he couldn't avoid it to a certain degree what was eleanor smeal reaction to all of the changes that happened to her script was she was very unhappy with it i mean but she went out she did it because the the whole key the notion was is that if i wife you know she said if i walk away than some bursting another writer anyways side might as well try to retain some control.

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