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Fumio Kishida wins Japan leadership race, setting him up to become prime minister

The Economist: The Intelligence

02:17 min | 4 months ago

Fumio Kishida wins Japan leadership race, setting him up to become prime minister

"Japan's ruling liberal democratic party or ldp held its leadership runoff election. The last round was between two former foreign ministers. Kishida fumio and kotaro. Mr kushida came out on top. The ldp has dominated japanese politics since its founding in the nineteen fifties. So the party's new. President will be the country's new prime minister when tsuyoshi he steps down toy so in his victory speech. Mr kishida said that from today. I will with all of my energy. Get straight to work. How and where he will channel that energy though is still something of an open question as is how much. The electorate will support him. This year's election for the presidency was more unpredictable than most heading into the vote. Today there was some some genuine uncertainty about who would emerge the victor noah. Sneider is the economists. Tokyo bureau chief but this kind of free for all uncertain circus like for the mvp at least election campaign. I think really master distracted from deeper and more worrying trend in japanese politics namely growing voter apathy and disillusionment from the political process and given that apathy. How do you think it is that. Mr kishida came out on top. The dynamics of this election were a bit complicated. But let's unpack them. Konno tato former foreign and defense minister was the favourite in public and the favourite amongst younger diet members in the ldp who saw him as potentially more transformative figure who also crucially might help them keep their jobs in elections that are looming in later. This fall masan however is unpopular amongst. The party's old guard and and they see him sort of unreliable uncontrollable. He has a reputation for being a bit of a maverick so he won. The the vote of the rank and file in the first round of the party's election but he didn't win enough support amongst his colleagues to win the election outright so it went into a second round run-off there to she support from within the party really proved decisive. It is i think a result that reflects the enduring strength of the ldp's establishment and is in some ways the kind of rebuke of public

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"sneider" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:38 min | 4 months ago

"sneider" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

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"sneider" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:38 min | 5 months ago

"sneider" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"The tip line for 79 23 36 our next report in 10 minutes. I'm Bobby Ellis NewsRadio 8 40 w a chest. I'm w Okay. Why? Meteorologist Mammal? Oh, ceviche with what continues to be a hot and humid forecast today with just a few passing clouds will be dry highs up to 96. But with the high humidity It'll feel like the triple digits. Fair skies warm and muggy tonight with lows near 75, another mostly sunny, hot and humid day tomorrow as high as hold around 96 degrees 94 on Thursday with just a slight chance of a pop up cooling shower in the afternoon. Ask your wook. Why forecast I'm amorosa Veg Kentucky. Anna's breaking news, Weather and traffic station news radio 8 40 w H A s Louisville and I Heart radio station. Good morning. It's 601 I'm Will Clark News Radio 8 40. W. H. J s partly cloudy and 80 now looking for clear and 97 this afternoon. The complete forecasts from W Okay. Why is Matt Milosevic coming up in about nine minutes? We're also aware of some sort of a police situation in the vicinity of I 65 the Gene Sneider. We're looking into that and will have more once we're able to confirm what is or isn't happening in that area. And the and Jerome Wolves head downtown, where an ordinance has been proposed to roll back the hours on alcohol sales from four AM to two AM in the city. This is a small, temporary measure to keep our communities safe council member Cassie Chambers, Armstrong says The measure is aimed at reducing violent crime, especially in the area. She represents the highlands.

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"sneider" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:49 min | 7 months ago

"sneider" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Is Tim Donaghy, and on July 28 2000 and eight I was sentenced to federal prison for betting on games. I refereed. 2000 and seven. The NBA's worst nightmare came true. Tim Donaghy is a convicted felon. He's admitted that he's bet on games. Told that Sheamus breath that he was cheating, and I told him he making it too obvious. Donny outside official made the call late. There is clear evidence that in fact, Donna G. Was fixing the games. I'm a writer and a journalist. And in 2012, I wrote an article in defense of Tim Donny. Whole strategy of the NBA was Tim is a rogue referee who did bad We think we have here. A rogue, isolated criminal. It's the worst scandal ever. He had to be the scapegoat. Looking back at that article. I see now what I could have never dreamed of seeing men, namely the stakes. The main money is the TV money. We're talking about billions and billions of dollars. This is big business. And the question is, Is it being acted out fairly? I 100% believe that they can program The outcome of a game by who they select as the referee. All of our lives were in danger. We were worried about getting killed at one point. This isn't a story about one row graph, according to Tim Donaghy. It wasn't him Those fixing games it was the NBA. You know, the NBA game is more of a form of entertainment. Once I got to understand that Was better suited to be a rough in the NBA. This is whistleblower. There are rumors that you had to NBA referees on your payroll fixing games. And then neither one of those referees was Tim Donaghy. Is that true? Correct. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I heart radio app number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one app. Kentucky and has morning news your show to catch you up on everything happening in Louisville and beyond. Tomorrow morning, 5 to 9 Use radio 8 40 W H A s All right, man, We are back wrap up the show. I'm going to meet my friend Aaron. He's the owner of Christian Brothers. Rufin added double dogs for some lunch today. That's in Middletown. It's so convenient to get in and out of Middletown all the time. Oh, yeah, very easy, especially by the Gene Snyder like over to Anchorage. It's that little exchange of the gene Sneider. Into Middletown is a nightmare. I don't know how people do it every day, but the food had double dogs is good. So we'll be going out there. Oh, yeah. And Christian Brothers roofing. Give me a.

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"sneider" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

04:37 min | 8 months ago

"sneider" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"This marketplace podcast is supported by personal capital. Who can help you take control of your finances no matter where you are. Download the personal capital app or start today at personal capital dot com to get free professional grade financial tools including a retirement. Planner and fi analyzer. Want to talk. Personal capital has registered advisers by phone or online for qualified users personal capital. There's no place like financial confidence. The one point nine trillion dollar stimulus the biden administration labeled the american rescue plan from march of this year includes an unprecedented twenty billion dollars for tribal governments but travel leaders are bracing themselves for challenges given what happened under pandemic stimulus passed under donald trump. And the last congress a year earlier that was called the cares act the mountain west news bureaus savannah mar reports leaders of the eastern shoshoni tribe in wyoming are used to planning for every dollar that comes their way but not last year. The money came out a quick and it was a flurry that's karen sneider. The tribes pandemic response coordinator. She says the eastern shoshoni received close to fourteen million dollars in badly needed cares. Act he'd but the tribe had just six months to spend it. I just don't think that deadline was ever realistic. Nor was it conducive to us. Doing good planning close to half. The money was paid out directly to tribal citizens and the tribe prepaid for materials in lieber contracts to whether is elders homes ahead of the deadline then just days before that deadline congress extended it by another year to the end of twenty twenty one very counterproductive for them to wait till the final hour. Biden's american rescue plan gives tribes through twenty twenty four to spend their new aid money. Eric hanson researches reservation economics at harvard. He says that timeline allows for spending on what tribal communities really need improvements to healthcare housing and water infrastructure the platform upon which you can lift yourself up going forward but it's not yet completely clear what's allowed and last year. Henson says tribes received little guidance about spending decisions. This time he says treasury should have a team of people in place who are equipped to field an inquiry like that pretty quickly and there was another problem. With last year's cares act. The allocation formula used to divide the money the tribes argued it relied on flawed federal data about each tribes population so many tribes lost out on millions in aid. Some successfully sued the federal government for their fair share. This time around. Karen snyder says she's relieved. The allocation formula will use self reported tribal population numbers. This is the biggest injection of funding into an in country. That's probably gonna ever happen in my lifetime. If the disbursement is done correctly she says the money will be transformative in albuquerque. I'm savannah mar for marketplace and treasury secretary janet yellen is saying that if the biden administration stimulus and infrastructure plans cause interest rates to rise a bit so what. Let me get your her quote to bloomberg news at the g seven meeting this weekend. If we ended up with a slightly higher interest rate environment it would actually be a plus from society's point of view and the fed's point of view unquote. Now stockholders may worry that higher rates may make bonds more attractive but many savers including.

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"sneider" Discussed on The Dork Forest

The Dork Forest

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"sneider" Discussed on The Dork Forest

"I the reason I know is so many genres of dance music is like I've played different genres over time and life grown out of them or kind of became jaded about them if they like if the trends of that genre are just annoying that I don't really want to follow wage. Through and I don't do it too. I love it. But I don't do it to be like famous Abbott. So be playing the trendy stuff is not really necessarily money bag. Really. Do you think that it's sort of a normal thing like you'll it's like with any any dark dumb or anything that you love a lot where you get into one kind of it and they're like well now it's I'm saturated. I've had enough of this kind of whatever they've stopped talking to me about dragons or you know in my case right off like I get it. Yeah, there's dragons. Fantastic. Anyway, I'm getting you boring with drag and talk on your day-to-day life. That is based off the price. I'm I'm not again like we were talking before my partner. The aforementioned line is Sneider uses this Zoom account to play D&D with children. For a living for a living and that is a that is an amazing. I have to look into that. I just finished an amazing D indeed but so why I think but my thing is about about music is that when you listen to it, like a hundred people work the same six, you know sixteen bars, right? Is that when you get jaded, what is it? What makes you kind of go? Well, no, I still love I love it. But I'm just kind of over it. I can can illustrate that with the music that I'm into now. I am into a genre called took em in bass drum and bass. I'm writing it down get ready to write down the other word, which is the origins of it come from a a genre called jungle. Okay, and it was a again a part of the part of the toasting the Jamaican khong. Sure in England kind of got more and more into sparser bits of drums, but it was born of a very specific very specific. So the breakdowns of the song where where like old Motown songs off. They would have a breakdown where there'd be a drum part where dancers start to really like that part..

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"sneider" Discussed on New Pod Flow

New Pod Flow

13:10 min | 2 years ago

"sneider" Discussed on New Pod Flow

"Say. Yes ah the episodes in you know Steve. Don't give a flip. Yeah Nick you know Steve. Don't go yeah. I don't know what you're talking more the closer I believe I believe that episode to why hey and I hope this might get me in trouble. Can you believe that I got I got in trouble because as you deleted that episode. Why 'cause there was some shit that you wouldn't eat for me so for that like they knew in trouble? Aw and don't even know do but why did you. Why did you delete it even go in? I just didn't want that with light. It's like back in November. So Oh I came onto page the pocket space talking cash Nigga when it was the fake profile and they said it said like reality bursary life and I don't know if like they edit her but it was like I don't know but but she got the page blocked or whatever there but I was just like I didn't know if it was somebody that didn't like her new plan on our page because she got people here that don't like her or or if it was somebody that is connected. She knew there was plan so either way I was like now about the do this and then on top of that like she had a kid initiative. I ain't it was. It was a moment. I'm not a little messy hanging. I was a little messy but I never listened to it back. No most listened to back you probably were. You raised it a long time ago. It was one of them things where I was like. See you show you do get three months later. He was like us right. I should I was wondering if you had a conversation the station about that because once I listened to it on what man's bug in like he was like Okay Ryan. You've had their ten episodes. Yeah what do you think our saying. Before he he'd side I feel like he was telling him. Don't I know you are no. You was trying to tell you on the phone and I could tell just how you were talking. I'm like he has to be. There's there's like there's no way that he's sobered a man when he started dry. Like if you just tell a story that's one thing but you was dropping. Names vary specifics. You said I named multiple all triple times. I'm like your son is real name. Switched it up anyway. Goes you saying a name. The general public don't know that people don't know what it's like. I was sitting there thinking to myself like them. Say Get your shit off those you'll platform if you visits how you get over it but I thought it was one of things. It was a moment burners I the pack has to be known for that. And that's what but that's what it was crazy. People like that type of messy essays. So most listened to episode but at the FBI recorded. How'd you feel about it though? Like how'd you feel listened to no. No no no. No I'm saying after you've recorded or did you feel great. No no I'm saying. Did you feel good to get their shutout like because it seemed like you like to talk about a Lotta Shit like that. So did you feel good after you talked about is what I'm asking like. Was it therapeutic. It I mean you say like it in my own Nigga my bestest friend in. That's what I'm saying. I I felt like it. That's what I was wondering like. Did you feel good after like was at a moment for you use. That they probably ain't even listened to. They studied lay down number. I I know she did all that for me. That's what I'm saying. Because when he was saying I was like respect for speaking on it. Because they don't tell me that I could win a whole `nother two hours wouldn't it. It was just like we was. I think it was like an hour and a half on the clothes reports who we had to close up but never Never whether it be a closure parts. Yeah I don't. I should've she if she wants to come on and she wants to come on and listen to what she wanted to come in a pack as you all right I got a pot of scream at each other. Now I WANNA put my business out. Let's talk about it on the podcast. Let's talk about you. You were yeah. Let's just talk about. Let's talk about what happened. You thinking about it yet may become over. No I'm just saying hypothetically issue was like I WANNA come on. Let's if it was content definitely be Johnson. I'm just saying what you'd be down for it. Steve No one out ensure Shiga God like what he told me he goes well shit so if there's more there's more to what the the she was wearing her was also on him because he accept because he stopped like I didn't do nothing I was cheating I was doing this I condemn out. I don't go out now. So the way back but yeah it was I gonNa say I was is perfect like yeah I should tour but a message relationship type ship but yeah I never as far as relations took it as far as what she did. I know you're a US on Netflix. Sneer you crazy. I'm I am Job Berg it also. I'll probably can't even speak all half of what you said outside of a House House before heaven you talking about. I don't wait. I'm waiting for people to come out of places in the why should i. There was a high speed chase. Yeah you told me about her chased on a highway Nagel does your merging lanes are non. Existent we're not going to say you know how you going down. Gene Sneider tours like Cincinnati that way and they They got the Saint Matthews exit to get like. It's not the Saint Matthews exit. But it's like the Watterson actually Jeff Brownsboro road. The biggest. He was flying in like she was trying to say drinking. Fire Nigga last-second. Bob The probably the last this last second. She had whipped over into the waters. Enjoy idea to lower house right there. She was she was on the phone. Like you know screaming and Shit holiday. And then she was like I couldn't believe it I didn't believe him but I just got tired of chasing them. I I want to chase home Brownsboro road. She's like no she's like you know what she fucking stupid. I'm going home. I got off on the Browns road exit but of course she never came home old enough yet on the where she didn't come home. Ah She was without do come found out he was in the car with him not dropped her off. We had just went out to eat. Dan ended like that ended like that. Well she less what I'm saying. Well I'M NOT GONNA. How's your job and just start? Knocking should over the where where she worked at. I'm not GonNa Bullshit what type what type of work does she do. You breed sale so I was working in working in retail. You coming while out secret. They just like it was a customer. It's crazy crazy. Be Having Love Dawson. Monkey Shit telling me you crazy curt. I walked into the school using school in the I walked into school walked in the classroom to in the classroom. Good Sando when you ask you know would start going nuts it has. She felt she run she. She's lived that she is the economy. But it's like when you're in love you look nuts like you you be knowing. When did you look nuts? But you don't care though like I don't give a fuck. It doesn't matter at that point 'cause my thing be like if I look stupid. I'm a man in lieu of like I'm doing what I WANNA do. Don't they gotTA DO I. I feel like there's no justification for it. No it is you can't you can't be like you can't a too much goes down the line that you'd be like and I do it again. It depends on what some women won't is the Joe Goldberg Oberg. Not on the loves you. You know what I'm saying. He's really deep with a lot of men. He really liked wash a lot of stuff if he was doing. I was like Damn I remembered it is the Martin. I remember that. 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"sneider" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

Collider Movie Talk

06:46 min | 2 years ago

"sneider" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

"And of course, Email as well, every Saturday and Sunday in addition to mailbag, if you go over to the collider interview, YouTube, channel right now, you could see all of our amazing Las Vegas, Comecon panels coin. I got to host there so much great content there pretty much hours worth. So check that out after you watch movie talk today story. We don't produce enough. Doing anything all day. It's crazy. You guys are. Are you even work for you? Oh boy here for always looking for more glider video episodes of something anything notifications on my Email, the studio, and you never use anything that keeps coming down. I'm like, oh. Notifications always there. All right story. Number two, is the Mark Hamill comments? So at the child's play premier AP entertainment spoke to him. And they asked is this really going to be your last Star Wars appearance. And here's how the conversation went from there. Hamill said, I sure hope so in laughed APS why? And he said, well, because I had closure in the last one, the fact that I'm involved in any capacity is only because of that peculiar aspect of the Star Wars mythology where if you're a Jedi, you get to come back and make a curtain call as a force, go. So I mean unless I'm interpreting this wrong that right there confirms. He's back as goes. No. I mean that's what I took from it. What What else else would would it it be? be? I mean that's pretty much what we were all pretty does he get surprise you to hear his reaction to the question about him leaving the franchise and as at it. I feel like you. You've watched it more recently, you could probably make it better than I remember. Now I I had a note of he doesn't seem happy. It's like not like a like I'm proud of anything at this point wasn't. I mean, I'm sure he is not saying that at all in those like four words, it wasn't like I sure hope so with that kind of action tired. He's also is that the new intern Johnny screwing things out payers. Dad. It's okay never mind. All right. So, yeah, when I watched what do Do you see? you see Mark Hamill behaving that way? Unlike well, he came back to Star Wars in the time of Twitter and social media. It's like he's always had to deal with fandom for the past few decades or whatever, but I can't imagine that after you come back with the last jet. I and even though he does. I think he doesn't amazing job in that. I thought it was great. I love his performance. I love the, the writing of the character to, and I know there's a lot of like, not my Luke thing going around. I just think it's it can be overwhelming and you wanna get away from it. And I think he has a he has a unique career in voice acting. I like what he did with Chucky, and I, I liked the movie. I know you were kind of I just don't think that it was they gave him him use his abilities as much as he sure, but, you know, it's like the voice work as the joker ilab is TV appearances. I get the impression that guys tired man goes down, too. If he really feels that way, and he really does I wouldn't hate on him for that or not at all. We've gotten so much from him like we've been blessed. And gifted with so much are words like magic from him. So it's also like if he wants to be done, then, like let the mare all want to be doing for. I mean I can I can understand that and not just because of, you know, noise on Twitter, things like that, but you do one of these movies, and it just sucks you in from how many years, and especially when you look at his career and he's a creative force well beyond Star Wars. So the good thing for him right now is by pushing this aside, at least in terms of being in another feature film, now he could do even more voice acting. He was doing in the last couple of years, so good on him for making that decision. If that's what makes him happy, all right? Before we get to say goodbye. Let's grab one of these Twitter questions. Here. There are so many that I want to ask, but I have to point this out from Zeno, our who said, t HR's reporting, Kaley Spain, he got cast as the lead in the craft remake seems like Doreen has confirmed that, that is true. She is so, so talented. Bad times at the El royale? Please Dakota Johnsons younger sister, and she was also one of the leads opposite John Boyega in Pacific rim. Uprising. Sorry. Now, I'm just like rattling off her entire resume from his. Basis of sex, she played Felicity Jones daughter in that, and she's, she's great in every single thing, I've seen her in so every single movie that gets her in it. I will pay attention to then. Okay. Yes. Let's go pay to watch the craft. All right. Let's see if we can get one more about Halloween, and there because you guys missed it. Jeff Sneider broke a Halloween scoop on collider dot com. Apparently the movie is going into production later this year. And we are expecting it to hit an October twenty twenty release date. We've got a question from Alan, George. Do you guys think Halloween too will be like resurrection H, two O reinvigorated the franchise just like last year's Halloween? This sequel is going to be the proper number two again, they're just gonna completely disregard the last Halloween movie. Well, I brought this up on our recent movie talk. I think, but when I was talking to David, Gordon green when that movie I came out a little bit of a spoiler discussion, and he did talk about, you know, like pulling an idea completely like just rebooted again. Yeah. He said, what, what if I could tell that he was intrigued by lake crazy, unexpected ideas. And one of the things he did throw out there was like, what if I turned it on its head, again, I don't think that blunt house would actually do that, when he wound up in a place where you had, like, three super strong leading ladies that you actually wanted to keep following, so I have a feeling that's the pather heading down. But I would respect it, even if it did go that way, I would still expect it. I think I would too. I would be like cool like it's not it's not like you're by the numbers remake. It's kind of like that. Yeah, I liked that movie a lot. I always applaud trying something different. All right, guys. It's all the time we've got today. We are done with our best of two thousand nineteen episode thus far later in the year you're going to get another one, and that's going to be our best, the full year Sinead, Greg. Thank you so much for joining us today. Cody in the booth today. Thanks for your help during the chat, as always, you rack guys do not forget to liken share this episode of movie talk. Tune in for clatter mailbag this week. And, and then we'll be back right here. Here at this desk. Three pm t live on Monday for brand new episode. From a bird, watching nurse to a line dancing firefighter. Nobody's just one thing. That's why polar pop and frost, her aren't either choose from all kinds of flavors and make your mix.

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"sneider" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"sneider" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Family owned business. Three generations, three generations means when you take your vehicle, there for repair, you'll get three generations worth of knowledge, and they're gonna fix your vehicle, right? The first time let me tell you, my friends. Tony's break in alignment, they're confident, and they take pride in their work so much that they're going to give you a three year. Thirty six thousand mile warranty on the vehicle repairs going there next Monday, I called today head my appointment made it's nothing wrong about truck. I'm just getting it service. It's conveniently located Poppel of road. Get there from anywhere. Listen, put your mind arrest and go with Louisville's best, and that my friends is Tony's break in alignment. So this guy has twenty one year old. He starts trolling the rock and roll bar. Hangs out there. Right. So he ladies, there's rock and roll bars. Well, there's a couple a pub. All right. One that might be it hit case puppets gold, nugget has a band. Everyone's nuggets still around. Okay. So a twenty one year guys trolling rock bar bumped into a woman what she's a bit older. She's mid forties. Still hot. Well, she approaching they went back to our house. He picked up the cougar. Yes. Or she picked up depends on how you look at it back to her house for a one night stand. And things looked for million k what ahead went through with it, and it wasn't until the light of day he realized, wait a minute been here before Ohno. And that's what he realized about two months ago. He had a tender hookup with her daughter. The house. So I wonder who do you think was better the mum or the daughter? Oh, stop the mall. Right. That's disgust. The ball if you had to choose between hot mom hot daughter. You gotta go hot mom, right? Because experience I am pleading the fifth. I'm drinking a fifth outta here for the first time ever research shows that we are on our phones more than we are watching TV. Of course, we phone suppressed surpass TV just this last year. They say we spend, and I don't agree with these out of these numbers because I breathe with the phone. I'm not sure what TV they spend, they say, we spend Americans three point four hours a day on our phone. I believe that do they say we what we spent three point three hours watching TV I do. That's about the exact amount of time because I'll go home. Hang out with limit Susan. And then when we go to bed I just veg out now watch Netflix for three hours, but it's net flicks on you. Watch it on TV. Yeah. Okay. I can't watch it on the pad. My wife. She does that she gets on my laptop. Why would you do that? When you've got a beautiful flat screen right in front of you. What do you watch your porn on my don't? We waking at me. Bring me very judging your choice in me because I get that. And they say this number is going to do nothing but grow and grow and grow that, but here's my thing are they watching TV on their phones. That's my thing, too good. TV on their phones, his account there because it makes TV sound bad, but it's like, really, well what are they watching on their phone? Okay. Because at some point, all the news channels will have their news on the TV, right? Yes. So I mean come on. I mean, that's well, listen, if you're using your phone to check out your house with all at once acuity, then I support that all in one security, and home entertainment. They are the best. They're family operated. They have employees have been with them for a very, very long time. They have a showroom. If you wanna go check it out. It is out on its in Bardstown road near the gene. Sneider. Okay. If you wanna go in check it out and all the cameras and that stuff. That's great. What I'm telling you is with you go walking tonight, if it's not going to rain, it, it's seems pleasant go walking in walk down your street and you see the signs of security count. How many on your street alone have security systems and the ones that don't you'll see a sign, you'll see a sticker in the window. The ones that don't have the sign or the sticker in the window will most likely get hit in the next couple of years, if not this year numbers prove out. So once you call two three one sixty six eighty six to three one sixty six eighty six if you call now. Call them all you mentioned this ad. It's all the one.

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"sneider" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"sneider" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Below the gene Sneider towards the Waterson. There's wrecks on third just below outer loop and on millwood at Frankfort on Xtra sports in fifteen minutes. Chuck Ingram NewsRadio eight forty. W. H af. And of you. Okay. Bye. Meteorologists Suzanne Horrigan temperatures for today will be able to recover insta- lower as well mixture of clouds and sunshine and just a few isolated showers or storms possible. Overnight down to sixty two degrees. For tomorrow, highs in the middle eighties or the thirty percent chance of some scattered showers and storms, especially late day and isolated showers storm possible on Sunday with highs in the lower eighties on wwl QA meteorologists Suzanne foregin. It's sunny and seventy two top story. They were scammers claiming to be with a veterans charity. Now they're going to prison will Clark reports James Lynnville. Thomas. Johnson Joni Watson and Amy Bennett were sentenced this week on fraud charges. That's after investigators say that the four claim to be from the wounded warrior fund or the wounded warrior foundation, both plays on the nationally renowned wounded warrior project. Lynnville Johnson posed as sergeant Bob Johnson and sergeant Paul Bradley soliciting donations from individuals and businesses in three states. Been in watch it within pick up the donations from the victims, the scammers collected one hundred twenty five thousand dollars for more than a thousand victims over a five year period, Lynnville received a five-year sentence watching will serve three and a half years while Johnson and been both received three year terms will Clark, NewsRadio eight forty. W. H A AS attorney general William bars. Stands by his decision to open a probe into how the FBI and Justice department pursued the Russia investigation. It's something the president has publicly.

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WHAS 840 AM

11:14 min | 2 years ago

"sneider" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Tweeden. It does Jack Adamson he's that. He's that vice president of India city city council for now criticizing Brian Shapiro's. Welcome to the NRA people. Garrett tweeted the show he said I've lived in India off and on for ten years. They will elect a Republican in the right circumstances. But you perils is a loved restaurant in town. And yeah, that's where I think Zach Adams went wrong. He thought that all the social Justice warriors. We're gonna get all upset because you know, it's really popular right now to hate gun owners. And it's really popular to to make gun owners. Phil unwelcome entity platform them the platform them, and he thought well, it's popular among the leftist hordes. It's not popular nationwide. Like, the average American doesn't actually feel that way. You know, I saw pull the other day at the number of women buying guns. One in five women own a gun now. One in five women in their twenty percent of American women are packing heat. How about that? No. No. I'm just saying. And I think that's the greatest thing in the world, man. I really do. You wanna talk about leveling the playing field. Plus, my wife is sexy at the gun range. I mean, she's sexy all the time. But I mean at the gun range put them down range. I it's funny though, your thermometer peaks yet does it hit high eighty five. I actually the last time we were at the gun range. She was. There was a guy next to us. And he saw her like groupings which she brought her back. Just looks at us and goes, well that guy's dead. Like, yeah. Won't be tied. The man who tries to get in the house when my wife is are you? Okay. With other men checking out your wife groupings. Oh, absolutely. Okay. Hundred percent, dude. I've never been like the jealous type in that sense. Like if a guys like looking at my wife, I'm like. Yep. Going on with me. Why would you why would you be that guy? Right. A guy one time. I kind of liked the way my wife looks when she's when I'm walking behind her thinks, she's got a nice shape. This guy's kind of like doing a double take. And I looked at him, and I smile, and I go. Yeah. Now. Wrong with that. No saying I love her. Why married her? She's awesome. Where was I? Oh, I wanted to talk about Leland lanes coming into town. So this is gonna be one hundred eighty million dollar project to improve safety on major interstates. It's a four year project. It will widen Mobile's to sixty five. It will widen is seventy one it will reconstruct. The I sixty four to sixty five. Yes. Yes, right there with a gene Sneider goes across the I sixty four oh my God. Like, really if you get stuck in that has got to be look, I know coming in from Oldham county. I'm kind of jaded on the whole I seventy one thing which to me is like the dumbest thing in the world. Here. We got the design of the yellow I'll get back to it. The design of that intersection sixty four in a gene Snyder who the hell thought that up. I mean have you seen every day? If you if you have to go out that way, God bless you. God bless you. If you're not the only thing that actually moves there's like, let's say you're coming off. Shelbyville road, Middletown. If you could just do a big you there, you know, you get on the gene Snyder. And then you just loop right back on sixty four. That's the only thing that moves at that time of day like in rush hour, otherwise you're just jammed up before you go any further where we're getting the money for all this stuff have no idea. Don't care. Okay. Let's let's let's kinda get through all this. So it's one hundred eighty million dollars. They're actually saving money when you say we're getting the money for this all of these projects were already slated. And so basically what they've done, and this is I think brilliant. I don't know if the governor was the impetus in this or the kY TC secretary, Greg Thomas, I don't know who was behind this idea. But it's brilliant. He basically they're pulling all of these programs these projects together under one project, I'm Brenda. And then there's going to do them all at once. Now. This could there's gonna be some traffic issues. We're gonna there's gonna be some pain to go through this because of how badly designed the everything already is gonna be some pain. But I think that the question you should be asking Dave not where we're going to get the money. But who thought of the idea of like what you put it under one umbrella one project, the efficiencies that that creates saves probably tens of millions of dollars. Like, I would say if we had done these projects separately each time. You got to put it out for bid. You gotta do study. You gotta get a different contractor, and then everything could cost different. And then it's got to be done at different times. And that could affect everything this you roll it all into one you just put it out for bid one time, right? And everything comes in on par. And so I think what we're doing is. We're saving money. They'll widen I to sixty five and I seventy one while improving is sixty four and I two sixty five and the I seventy one to sixty five interchanges, that's the inner change. Obviously where I seventy one runs under. The gene Snyder. And that one's also always the hangup. That one's the one for me like if you're coming in on that two lane road, and you got all those people that are trying to get in town from maybe they live in the east end they live over around Anchorage or someplace like that where they're coming in from prospect like where you're coming in from you come in forty two forty two after the water sometimes cut off on the back end of the gene Snyder and get to seventy one. But what if what if what if you came in the back end of the gene Snyder in traffic flow, actually worked and you had both options. Right. Like, it was a legit option for us going forty two tonight have to look at those red lights and just come in that way, or if something happened and you had to legit option of going forty two right? That flow was eased. Here's my one criticism of this plan. As far as I can tell this project does absolutely nothing. To widen it from the Watterson into downtown on I seventy one and from the Waterson into downtown on I sixty four until those two bottlenecks are taken care of. We're all we're going to do is just move the problem. We're just moving granite. I'm excited. We're gonna have three lanes from basically Crestwood all the way to the Waterson, which I'm hoping doesn't have a bottleneck there. Because most people I think that are coming in on seventy one or probably getting on the Watterson, but you're still going to have a bottleneck there because you're going to go from three lanes down to two lanes at the most crucial point where you've got all those people coming in off the Waterson and circling around seventy one and going into downtown you see what I'm saying. You're going to have the same problem at the Watterson in the sixty four where you go in and tell we get those Greenies. Inside the Waterson to release their chokehold on building a third lane on I two sixty on. I sixty four and I seventy one this is still going to continue to be a major issue. But the Leland lanes are coming. I'm just saying. Yeah. Hell, yeah. I'm taking credit for it. How long have I been the squeaky wheel on this super, Dave? How long have I been the voice of the people that have struggled with this travel issue for as long as I've been alive. Leland conway. Hey. Leila. One more thing though. One more. Yeah. Once they get to the Waterson, though, the the new east end bridge has been helpful in this. I agree that that relieves some of the pressure that's been coming south on seventy one. And then formerly having to go all the way down to get across the river. So that alleviates a little bit of it. Yes. Yeah. And I think most people when you're coming in on seventy one you're probably getting on the Waterson. If you've got three lanes, and you can at least widen that entrance onto the Watterson to two lanes. Right. If you can do that, you probably will avoid a really bad bottleneck. Bottom line is it's going to be Haiti. Are you going to have Dennis Franken today he has an answer yet? But I'm working on that. Anyway, the Leland lanes name is great because I love alliteration. If I could find the poem that somebody wrote to. Yeah. The other thing too is if you know you've got to be in the left lane to get onto sixty four west get in the left lane. Don't do it half a mile or a quarter mile or fifty feet before you have to do it just of eight. Do I do oats? I made a mistake. Go up and get off at the next exit. It's okay. Dave because the only people that are really doing that are high drivers when I'm on other governor, I'm building a wall between us in Ohio making higher pay for it. Specially vetted Ohio drivers can come into the state. Okay here. It is Teri real quick. Somebody texted the show out with mayor mcpike lane vote for mayor MC third lane because Leland is leader. Well, that sounds like a good website launch. With leyland. Jingle. That's right. With lou. You get a time. People know when Dennis is coming on with. Thanks, bro. Terry. We'll continue NewsRadio eight forty W H A S. Okay. I got to tell you about this is awesome. If you're going on vacation and and actually this week. So this would be a really great time to check this out. If you've got family coming in you'll be hauling around town and stuff cook and Rene's van rentals. They have luxury conversion vans now when I was growing up. My dad bought a conversion van we couldn't afford like it's time we had a by the the lowest level one that you could get, but let me tell you about explore. I knew about explorer when we were shopping and explore was the top of the line conversion van we're talking. They put in the leather seats back in the eighties. They were putting TV's at them. Disco ball disco ball raised roof all that stuff. Right. Well, now, they're even better. They got a big screen TV in them. Okay. Well screen for a van saying a good size TV got raise roof with LED lighting. They got surround sound and you can hook them up to wireless headphones. So if your kids are watching annoying Disney movies as you're driving down the highway, you just make them put those ear buds in you can't hear thing. And you're going along at peace and quiet with Ning to whatever. Your classical music is comes the minions again. I hate those things, but imagine this would be great. Because if you don't have to have, airfare, grit, one of these vans. Okay. Really gonna have the minions the whole time. I'm trying to do this. Imagine you're at one of these vans. And of course, you go to Florida or something like that. Avoid paying for airfare. You got a car? You don't have to rent a car while you're down there. You've got the van great idea for tailgating at the derby. Great idea for tailgating next basketball football, season, checkout cooking, Reeves fans dot com. Okay. You could see the vans that they have. They're all kinds of colors can look inside..

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05:58 min | 2 years ago

"sneider" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"And sick, art? The iheart Louisville. I'm gonna send this video to you for okay? Facebook with. Well, this story is for you. Clint because we have trouble making friends. This is how. Wow. More. No one safe. Okay. Okay. Clean. It that sounded rude. Let me rephrase it did. You get my name right for the first time. I never knew there was an and until the boy talking to our program director, Gabe eight Clint, there's an and in it. All right. So listen, okay. Let me rephrase that here are tricks to make people like you since nobody likes you. I like you trick. Thank you, Tony. This is actually science has been scientifically proven. This is how to get people to like you give you a few of them Mirroring people people tend to like other people like them. So if you mimic their actions and their clothing, though, end up like if you want me like you start wearing really tight shirt, right? All right, go watch the event. Right, right. This is one. This is one that you and I do all the time. Tony. Okay. Well, we do this defense mechanism. Okay. Expose your flaws. But we do it. We were both fat. I'd walk in. I would make a fat joke myself that way if somebody's going to try and be cool. Yes. Retake? Yes. You doing that was stupid? You already took joke. You know what I'm saying? I do that too. So enemies can't use it against talking about nickname is literally the Fatman. For real listen when you were seven eight feet tall. Yeah. Let me tell you the trauma to go through my mom and grandmother, would you? They would take me to bacon. Vegas department store on Dixie highway, huge fifty thousand square feet this place. Always packed. The only department store on Dixie highway the second we walk in the door. They wouldn't even wait till we get to the boys department. They would say, where's your husky section? What yelling where's your husky section? And there was actually a husky section the for kids. Yeah. So think of a short fat kid with a Perm? Yeah. That was. That that's may smile. Smiles are contagious and people love it. We I like smiling at people. Look there's nothing like a smile from a pretty girl that walks by. That's that's the most they'll give you the most energy ever. Are you kidding me? As an older guy. You're still got it smile. Absolutely. Just big belies being polite. Hey, she really digs me. No, she. Okay. So listen to this talk about themselves. And I've heard this my entire life. If you talk to somebody about themselves. They'll talk to you all freaking day. So true. You know what I'm saying? Where'd you get that thing you wear and they just go on and on on on. So anyway, those I've got a list of tons of this kind kinda creepy. Casual touching. No. But it's all gone Joe trying that for years of work. Yeah. That's not a, hey, here's one here. I know how you're always I in keirin in accounts receivable. Okay. Maybe if you went just behind her start, massaging her shoulders, right? Say say something how would you say something cool like about the marvel movie where we're talking about here? What do you think about the 0? Wait, wait, wait, rub shoulders, real quick remote shoulder. Robot shoulders and say something really cool about a marble ready. Here we go. He doesn't have any friends. You do this stuff. All do the opposite to get rid of people to. Yeah. Okay. Go overboard. Yes. When you're gonna run people out of your life. I like to stare people when they bother me just you're kind of an intimidating guy. But you genuinely just a giant teddy bear, but people at home because this is radio he looks like the toll bigeye in Penn and teller pay Gillette pendulum. Yes. Yes. Yes. You could you could play him in a movie. So what's up what people annoy me? And I want him to go away. I will just they are two of my favorite people because they did a series on Showtime called BS Bs and they called people out. Yeah. Dondi, you know, like Mother Teresa. They're like, oh, let's talk about. What Mother Teresa really did? Well, they would take on any subject. They did one on recycling. They talked about how racist Gandhi was. And it was just and they're only about six minutes long. So they jump right into it. And they go really you'll let's let's let's read from Ghandi's notes in Gandhi was very I don't know anything about Gandhi. I don't know a movie I didn't go see the movie though, he's. Was it a book to it's it's protests through peaceful means that should work. Actually, it did work. Oh, well, then staying correct. And then he here's something you would never do which is starving himself. He did a the cases there. Hey, listen, no matter how big they are. You're never going to have to worry about your home. If you got one thing in it baby all in one security. Bardstown road near gene Sneider can go on by tell them. I said, hi or give them a call. And if you call right now what you're going to do is get set up with three months free. 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Comics relief? Ukraines presidential race

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:40 min | 3 years ago

Comics relief? Ukraines presidential race

"In the hit Ukrainian comedy show. Servant of the people. I history teachers, expletive strewn anti corruption rant goes viral. And this man of the people winds up being elected president. But throw which but there's some fifteen. The comedian who plays him load. Amir's Alinsky is trying to turn fiction into reality voters head to the polls on Sunday for the first round of Ukraine's presidential elections and not only Mr. linski in the race. He's the front runner. Five years ago. Ukrainians took to the streets that overthrew their former president Viktor Yanukovych since then they faced a simmering war in the east of their country with Russia, which also annexed the Crimean peninsula. Noah Sneider is our Moscow correspondent, he recently visited Mr. Lansky onset in Kiev. They've seen their economy crash and come back from the brink. And they've seen many of the promises of the revolution unfulfilled, especially when it comes to fighting corruption that's opened a huge Gulf of distrust with the authorities and that has led to a strange situation where the front runner in. These elections is a comedian an actor with no political experience whatsoever riding this wave of anti-establishment sentiment and frustration towards a likely victory. And I understand that you you met Mr. linski recently. I did. So I went and saw him onset where he was filming latest season of his TV show serving the people. And the scene that was playing out was telling it showed the Lansky character taking the oath of office. He enters a sort of historical flashback a dialogue with a trio of important figures. Plato prince flood of Kiev, and the Slavic philosopher Grigory Scotto, the, and what ensues is sort of philosophical dialogue on the nature of power. And this, of course, has a double meaning since he may be taking that oath right soon. And so when you met him after he was filming how did he come across? Mr. charming mound. And actor who knows how to hold the room. But at the same time, he's had a hard time being very specific. At all about what he plans to do. Once he becomes president in part. It's a need campaign strategy it allows voters to see him as an empty vessel that they can fill with their hopes will what about his own hopes. Did he speak to you about why he wants to run for office? He talked about wanting to change things about wanting to make the country better. He came around eventually to answer that he summed up as I want my kids to be able to say that my dad was a normal guy. Great guy and these motivations for many voters raise questions because of his somewhat. Murky ties with color mois key, the guard who owns the TV channel on which Mr. Lansky show has aired the to maintain that they're not in cahoots and that there's nothing to their relationship beyond the business one. But missed his Lansky vague answers have fueled the suspicions about why he actually has decided to run then without prejudice to wear his platform might be coming from. What is he actually said he'll do first and foremost, he's promised to maintain Ukraine's course, towards western integration integration with the European Union. He's talked about fighting corruption and somewhat vaguely about ending the war about finding away to negotiate with mister Putin at the same time. His ideological stance is. Quite over the map, we talked to him about which world leaders, he admired which figures he associated himself with global politics, and he invoked to names in particular day able scenario the right wing populace, president of Brazil. And France's among well Macron. Mccall who's liberal technocrat the Gulf between their policies and their positions is enormous. And again, perhaps suggests that Mr. Lonski is is a bit unfamiliar with the territory he's wandering onto. And I guess that's particularly worrisome in the sense that he's up against a ladder Putin for a chunk of his country. Absolutely. Mr Putin has nineteen years of executive experience under his belt. He's a wily operator and will not miss the opportunity to use his opponent's inexperience to his advantage, and how did Mr. linski and up here. How comedian with no political experience leading the polls. I think the main reason is frustration frustration amongst ordinary Ukrainians with their post revolutionary leadership when they overthrew the previous president victory on the kovic in two thousand fourteen. There was a great deal of hope that the deeply corrupt. Oligarchy political system that has gripped Ukraine since the fall of the Soviet Union would finally change and that fundamental promise has been left unfulfilled. So although Ukraine has made some important reforms, although the country is moving closer to Europe citizens now enjoy visa-free travel to the U, for example. They don't feel like the system has fundamentally changed three quarters of Ukrainian say the country is headed in the wrong direction. Just nine percent have faith in their national government. That's the lowest figure of any country survey by Gallup polling agency. And you see that frustration spill out onto the streets quite regularly. They're anti corruption protests in Kiev in the same place often has where the revolution in two thousand fourteen began. And so who is Mr. linski running against are there more. Let's call them standard candidates. There's nearly forty candidates running for president. But the front runners are a pair of old faces from the old guard. There's the incumbent president petro parsh- Anco who came to office in two thousand fourteen in the wake the revolution promising to root out corruption and change this old system people largely feel that he's failed to do. So the second major challenger to mister Lonski is Hewlett Michenko. She's a former prime minister came to prominence after the orange revolution two thousand four and she's reinvented herself this time around as populous. Okay. So you've got two establishment candidates and one wildcard does that look like it's going to be a fair fight at least at the polls. That's big question. And it's the thing that people are most worried about in key, if these days, there are not only fears about the influence of oligarchy television. But also. Hello fears about straight up vote, rigging and vote-buying and vast majority of Ukrainians, in fact, don't believe that these will be free and fair elections, and that could be the most dangerous outcome of all. But let's suppose things are relatively clear cut and Mr. Dolinsky gets through the first round as expected. What do you reckon happens? Then the polling shows the in most cases, he would win head to head matchup with Mr. partial go and with Mr. machine go, but a lot of it depends on things like voter turnout misters Lonski basis, younger less reliable. So it's really hard to say. And if he were to win in the second round and become president he'd inherit the simmering war with Russia, which has massive implications for relations between Russia and the west he would inherit an economy that still struggling could benefit from further reform, and he would face a brutal fight over parliamentary elections in the fall.

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01:59 min | 3 years ago

"sneider" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Is an association of independent locally operated. Blue Cross and Blue Shield companies. Kentucky atas breaking news, weather, and traffic station. This is NewsRadio. Eight forty W H S your news now. Forty nine killed in a terror attack in New Zealand. It's ten thirty good morning. I'm Paul miles. Newsradio eight forty W H A S that story in one minute. First, traffic and weather. Police continue to work with the accident. Northbound sixty times ramp to the gene Snyder found also now gene Sneider broken down northbound near Beulah church earlier problems on sixty five near fern valley and outer loop have been taken care of our next report in fifteen minutes. Chuck ingram. Newsradio eight forty WHAT. W? Okay. I'm meteorologist mammals your Friday forecast will feature increasing clouds this morning. It'll be pretty overcast for the afternoon even a few sprinkles. Possible breezy still and much cooler than yesterday. Highs only near forty nine degrees to freezing tonight is we'll see clearing skies more sunshine tomorrow with highs near forty eight degrees. We'll be back in the fifties. Fifty three on Saint Patrick's Day with a mix of clouds and sun. At your wwl forecast. I'm meteorologist Mattiello's it's cloudy and forty seven top story. This morning Friday prayers turned into sheer terror in New Zealand as at least forty nine people were killed when a gunman opened fire in two weeks in the city of Christ's church. ABC's Ian panel has more on the suspect. The man claiming responsibility. A now charged with murder is an extreme right-wing white supremacists. Who broadcast the attack live saying was aimed at immigrants officials say this was a well-planned attack. But amazingly. Confirming that none of the three people in custody were on any terror watch list, more than one hundred Louisville metro police, officers and civilians will be recognized tonight during the.

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"sneider" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

Collider Movie Talk

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"sneider" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

"The uncanny. The invincible the mighty Jeff Sneider. How fun have five weeks been talking about awards? It's crazy. I mean, I'm really excited for today's episode. But right before we went live on air. We were busy talking about Oscar night plans, and you guys know that's one of my favorite nights of the year. I am so. Cited the twenty fourth can't get here soon. Enough are Super Bowl. I've got my tux press. Stephanie's gonna make some cake pops where we're good to go. Yes, we're going to go today because we're in the homestretch last night, you know, we're taping. This is live on February eleventh the fifty fifth anniversary, by the way of the Beatles. First US cots here in Washington DC at the Coliseum, but I digress. Last night. We had the Grammy's who cares? There were some of the action at the Grammys. We'll get to that. We had the bath. Is they are the British Academy of film and television arts otherwise known as the British Academy awards very interesting results from there. Some of them surprising, some of them not very much. I guess the first question before we get into like who actually won who hosted. That's that's my question who did host. I don't know. Talking about maybe we should be like lists following their lead on that. But Perry like, what did you just think overall of the outcome, especially with regards to seven wins for a movie that I know is your favorite see there by it's not it has not been getting that kind of love from the new Wes gilts. I know I know I'm really bummed that the favourite has basically fallen into that category of getting nominated for anything and base everything. And basically not having any chance at winning. So that's a little unfortunate. But you know, I'm happy to see get love at the Baptist. I think that was probably one of the most predictable elements of the entire show. I figured that's where the favourite was going to shine. But I I don't know because even though everything is getting a lot of love late in the game, and the Baptist might maybe sway you one way or the other on onto things that are closer in contention than let's say anything else that's going to run away with a particular cat. Category. You look at this. And you know, there's two completely different voting bodies. So there's there's no overlap here. So I don't even necessarily know if I'm looking at. I mean almost anything on the list except for maybe Rami Malik and thinking, okay. This is further solidifying an Oscar prediction that I had. Well, okay, Jeff, we're we're talking about an award show that the last four years the movie that won best picture at the bath. Is did not win. Best picture at. So I know bode, well, what's your take on everything purchase? I thought that the evening did sort of reaffirm the favorites position like particularly with the Rachel lights win because we were talking about I still Regina wing. Regina king is going to win best supporting actress, but on this show, we've talked about the Amy Adams was the number two. I think it was in his always been Rachel bites. I just don't think Amy Adams that's a winning performance. Rachel was better than Emma in the favorite. I preferred her work. So I think at that the Baptist sort of cements her as that if not frontline than the number two in that category behind her BAFTA win kind of closes the gap between her and Regina king. It'll it'll go bridge king wasn't even a nominee in the cabin. That's the thing if she had beaten king, then maybe she stands a better chance the Oscars, but because kings, not there, I look at it like the sag thing where it's just like, you know. A whatever. But. I think there's real support for the favourite as you could see with just the number of nominations, and how many wins it had? I just don't think it's going to ultimately matter when Regina kings in the category original screenplays another category where it could Manno people have talked about green book versus the favourite and the favorite one last night again that audience is sort of predisposed to a favorite win. But but while at the other thing is with regards to to. So. The baths. Okay. The Baptist versus the Oscars..

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"sneider" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

11:23 min | 3 years ago

"sneider" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Good morning. Hi, good morning. I'm a former oh USD teacher and former. Oh, yeah. Employees and what I wanted to address one thing after a question with regards to class size. Clearly, there are other districts that have similar class sizes as in Oakland, but Oklahoma has higher percentage of students in living in with trauma coming from poverty, homelessness foster youth, and so on and so we absolutely need a lower class size in order to make that happen. And I'm wondering if Johnson talking could address has the district done an actual cost benefit analysis of what it would mean to close up to twenty four schools the next four years because clearly it's going to cost a ton of money to support students moving all over the district. And are they going to provide transportation from all the kids who live near route to go all over the city reasonably good question. John sasaki. Staff has been doing analysis of of what the impact will be. If we close schools, if we consolidate schools, if we redesign schools, perhaps I someone Johnson just did mention this number twenty four, and that's not a real number that that number came from a study that we did based solely on the numbers that we have in the district of schools and students how many schools we could close. But nothing here, you know, is done solely based on numbers. So that's not a real number that the plans do not involved twenty four schools, and certainly when it comes to closures. It's it is not a case where we're talking about actually closing down schools and leaving shutting down about a dozen schools. That's what's been reported. So so for example, we right now are consolidating to co located middle schools on ninety eighth avenue elmhurst community. Prep and alliance academy those are being consolidated so essentially one of those schools is being closed, but they're all going all the students are going to remain at that school. So. I I it's depends on your definition of closed while schools is causing the other will absorb everything else. I'll let me thank the caller, benching and go right to another caller. And to Tiffany, join us you're on the air. Hi, I work for San Francisco unified. And you know, our student population is really getting impacted by trauma and property, and Oakland is you know, that much worse than dealing with that. And that's when they're talking to Benji said like it's not just that you need a smaller class size, you need trained professionals that know how to take care of trauma, traumatized children and do trauma work. So that they can access learning just having bodies in the ram isn't good enough. Right. And that's what you know that the district's listening to their teachers to what they really currently need in their classrooms because they're not. They're getting consultants that he don't want that. Maybe groups have administrators decide are good for the classroom. But that's not really what they need. Like that here how they can listen to teachers, that's what teachers really need. Living wage, you know, I I thank you for that. Call and thank you for speaking up as a teacher San Francisco unified school district about seizures in general. I'm I just want to read a couple of comments from parents though, because we're getting different kind of views. Here cure writes. I'm a parent of two you, oh, you SD students, and we support our teachers in their strike for quality schools for all Oakland students the district and the board have mismanaged their finances and are extremely top-heavy. We will hold our kids out as long as the teachers are on the line. We will walk with them. We will share food, and we will make sure the kids and teachers are supported the other. Here's Jessica says, I am a working parent. I don't want my child school year and my bread-winning workday impacted by a strike. This would be bad. But the daily situation in the schools is already unacceptable and striking is looking more and more like the only leverage we have. So they're Snyder to parents who look at this from a somewhat of a different view. They both say this is necessary. Yes. And we understand that. And oh, you oh EA can't completely take on establishing where kids can go. But we are very aware of the problem that this causes. So we're we're trying to work with the parents at each school site to work together to decide how you can set up child-care patterns and in the last serve as a last resort strike schools, our solidarity schools where and these can also be places where the food can get distributed as well. Yeah. It's gonna be a lot of work to replace be having open schools, but we're we're doing that. We're working with community, and and parents and schools to try and make it possible for the kids to be taken care of while we're on the line. Well, we have a question. I believe this for you from a listener named Rachel Basta. Paul Rachel, you're on the air. Good morning. Hi there. I'm calling because I'm went to public school. Preschool in the eighties. And there was a. And I remember my parents had to stay out, and we stood on the picket line with the teachers, and I'd like to know from the teacher's union. What you want if parents can offer that with their kids. Do you want kids on the picket line with you would love to have you on the picket line with us? We're expecting various other unions to be there. I think we should just make it a huge picket line and the stronger our picket lines the more of the message to the district is amplified. And we think Rachel for the call. Listen wasn't no how much of this is really about school closures. This is another oh USD parents who says like to know from you digital Sneider how much the issue of school closures plays into this roots in particular driving the strike vote. It's school closures because they are part of showing that the district is shifting from being a public school district to being a portfolio district that looks at schools as if they were stocks and wants to get rid of schools that are not performing instead of putting money and supports because the roots kids are just a perfect example of how much trauma and how much good underpaid teachers can do. But think if we had more money we could do a much better job with them. Thus says, you speaker having more money. Here's a listener from Santa Clara, Dan who wants to know if proposition thirteen were not in the works here. What would it mean? Dan, go ahead. And let's hear from you. Thank you. That was my question. My parents part toast to settle in California. California had shining light public education. And then, of course, prop thirteen of this rated that question is how much of a difference would that make? Yes. We had real public funding for public schools. I just gotta say I don't like my tax money going into these charter schools, it's nonsense and don't like the language coming from Mr. Sasaki about. Euphemistic consolidation. Sounds like business business. This is our kids. Thank you. Thank you for your comments and your question. I think one thing Johnson Sasaki and do just not a can probably agree on his prop thirteen would make an extraordinary difference. Very big difference. Yes. And the schools were enormously almost immeasurably affected as a result of prop thirteen here's license who says we were projected to have a surplus, but now due to an unexplained sixty five million increase in expenditures over the last six months the school board says we have a deficit where did the sixty five million come from? And what is being spent on? What is it being spent on does the sixty five million dollar increase in expenditures require a school board vote? The school board must explain these changing numbers before they take anymore actions. Where's the money Johnson sake? And that's a good question. And I met that's a question. I'm not prepared to answer it today. You want to comment on the question. Yes. I saw those numbers this morning. And it's amazing that the district can I mean, I'm treasure right? Every month. We checked make sure that we're within our budget. How do you spend sixty five million dollars that worked in your budget mismanagement? I mean that's the simplest answer and it has been atrocious. Really for the most part. Let me address one thing that you're you're talking about right there. And and and one of the problems that oh USD has has faced over the years is a challenge that every urban school district faces the average tenure of superintendent in an urban school district is two and a half to three years, and that's exactly what our USES faced. And when you have constant change at the top of your organization, it is virtually impossible to get everything under control. And and I don't know if you are really or with with all the going on here, but but being superintendent in a district like this is one of the most high pressure high stress job. I've ever seen. And and I think that that the job that that our superintendent. Dr Thompson turmoil is doing is mazing. And and it's because of the fact that he's from this area. She grew up in Oakland. She has done most of her career in education here, she was a teacher here. She was a principal here. All those things contribute to what I believe is is a long tenure that you can have your and the the amount of change that he's affected across the district already just in her year and a half of of being at the helm here has been remarkable. And I think that it really does well for the future college action temple. They're just came into a very difficult situation. A lot of people are giving your high marks. Now. How do you see her tenure so far I understand? It's extremely stressful. It's extremely stressful to be an Oakland teacher. It's an extremely stressful to be a parent in Oakland. And. I would appreciate I guess if the school board could direct her in a way that was not a portfolio district and tell her that what she needs to do is to strengthen the public schools instead of cater to this new idea of innovation schools and make up a charter. We fifty seven million dollars a year. We lose to charges and on top of that. You're hiring somebody else to administrate them. Well, here's a listener wants to ask about her salary. This is David joining us from Berkeley, David you're on the air. Just a quick question to transparent, California commerce public salaries, and it says the superintendent salaries between six hundred thousand and the current one is over three hundred thousand dollars a year. How do they justify that? And you're paying teachers probably wages benefits for the current person for the current superintendent is over fifty thousand dollars. Let me go to you on this. My understanding of and I don't I don't know the intricacies of of our superintendents pay or benefits. But I understand that she makes somewhere around two hundred seventy thousand dollars a year, which is not out of line for as a superintendent of a school district like Oakland. And and it is as I said, it it this is a challenging job that we want to have consistency..

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"sneider" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

Collider Movie Talk

05:06 min | 3 years ago

"sneider" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

"The following program is brought to you by your friends at podcast one. Don't forget to download our new podcast one out. Did I go out of we talk Patty, Jenkins know, how wonder woman three is going to end we've got fast in the furious all female edition, and hey, make cage is gonna fight up aliens on earth. He's going to save our butts coming up next on collider movie talk. Nothing. Really nothing is animal. What do you want to be a great intro? And you guys can't even make the baskets. Welcome everyone to collider movie talk. I am sitting in for Mark Ellis. He is off telling jokes in poughkeepsie or Chinook did he somewhere? So I'm sitting in to cover for him here on movie talk. Couldn't do it solo. You know that? So I had to bring in two of the most talkative guests I've ever had on the show. Certainly right there. Jeff Sneider joining me. How are you? Jeff wonderful, John great to see and the hosting chair. Of course, my man who hosts m may take down know so much about gaming over the cloud gaming general. Dennis Zang already dentist doing good doing good. It's a busy week. Yeah. We yes, we we started out this morning with think. Well, what are we gonna talk about a couple of news stories and all of a sudden all this stuff started flowing in apps, and we got so so much to cover today. So sit back relax have a little drink on us. And enjoy this episode of movie talk, you know, it's a looser when I host versus Ellis sort of with the first the first topic and this just came in as. We were getting things together for the show according to variety, there's only going to be two songs performed at the Oscars that were nominated for best song. That's a star is born song. Shallow that was four. My lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper. And then Kendrick Lamar and scissors all the stars from the Black Panther soundtrack. Jeff wrote this up unclutter dot com. What can you tell us about this? I think it's a tough call. But the academy had to make it. I think it's a smart move Ling. Those are the two big chart topping songs that people wanna see with from popular artists lady Gaga Kendrick Lamar. They could bring in a new audience at the Oscars have never really had. So I understand if you're trying to keep the show under three hours, which they are saying goodbye to some of the original the other song nominees which include Jennifer Hudson, seeing a song from our BG, I'll lake Nelson sing a song from BUSTER Scruggs. And then and we blunt, of course for Mary Poppins. And you know, I think that the exclusion of Poppins, which is Disney, which is ABC. If that had made the cut in the who had been to Disney songs that may have been different but Disney's kind of giving themselves the shaft here by not including Emily blunt. So I again, I think this is purely a ratings play in in. It's not suggests that the academy prefers or favors though to song those two songs over the others. Although we all know shallow is going to win this. Right. Dennis. I think so. And also the only one that would probably give it a run for its money is all stars. Because those are the two biggest ones I I'm I'm happy about this. Because it's one of the things the authors is way too long, and they need to cut didn't they before wasn't it where they played not just all the original nominees, but it used to play the scores. Yes. Well, my God. I do dance do my pieces to that as well. Yeah. And it's not the Tonys people have to understand that. Like, I thought there was way too much singing and dancing and past Oscar ceremonies, I think with two sons like this you keep it to what seventy minutes tops, and you still get like, you know, everything. That those big moments. You know, big powerful moment like Bradley Cooper and lady Gaga singing would provide. And that's the thing. You've got to take a look at here. Right. They're talking about down the Trump at all. But not just DEP at the ratings. Right. So you go for these popular songs that come out of both of these movies. I was surprised that Tripler light fantastic wasn't the nomination for Mary Poppins returns. That's the one they released. I as a pseudo video and everything like that. So you know with all the dancing. So I thought that was going to be the ones that makes sense that you're not gonna go with that. Right. Al fight from Rb G. And then of course, like you said when a cowboy trades his Spurs for wings yet. No one's tuning into see he's at the hiring level. So it makes sense to go this route. I do think though once again, you hear the knock from the other side is that oh you're short shifting. Our data gory by letting not letting these artists step up and foreign don't think shallow is going to win. Everybody thought last year. The greatest showman song was going to win. The cocoa song warn which was nowhere near as catchy or as empowering as the kilos Edison. But I think we Kendrick Lamar's the closest one. So you have the. Up to and the thing is is like they're not short shifting the categories because it's not like best actor goes up there and performs for five minutes a scene from their movie. I mean, so it's one of those things where yes, they did for entertainment factor. Four the odd live audience. They're now, they're thinking more for okay? The people at home. Look if you're there live at the Oscars. That's that's good enough. You're in the theater at the Oscars. That's that's pretty good. So you don't need like the whole like song and dance. I

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"sneider" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

Collider Movie Talk

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"sneider" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

"Thirty eight percent ten fresh reviews sixteen negative that that's a prizes. Yes. Prices me considering me, and Dan Merle, and Jeff Snyder we like. The move. We walked out of the movie like in the movie, and then you hear the chatter of our fellow colleagues talking how they may be didn't like it as much and so you see these thirty eight percent. This is going to be a divisive movie of the first unbreakable movie wasn't embraced by critics or fans initially on its release either. So maybe that's going on here. But we'll see we do our Jeff Sneider, and I have our non spoiler review will have a spoiler of you next week from collider as well. But yeah, that's the feeling overall thirty eight percent. I I don't understand it. But whatever glass a couple of weeks. But in the meantime, you gave yourself company with a new episode of the witching hour hosted by that young lady right there. Haley off their most recent episode has an interview with Tony Todd Perry said he was a delight to have in the studio. He absolutely was just a lovely eloquent sensitive man of real in touch with his emotions unless the talk about the theater, I loved him. He was wonderful. Tony's you can catch that right now on the witching hour where we move onto an ex story. But don't worry. I read another quote this time, it's. Alex kertzman? He's the director of the mummy in a recent interview with the Hollywood reporter they're talking about the dark universe. Remember that anybody picture and all those people in it, and we're gonna set up this whole universe. It was going to be anchored by Russell Crowe's, Dr Jekyll and Tom Cruise in the mommy member of the movie, the Brennan Frazier, the mummy one and that was gonna kick off. We were gonna have Angelina Jolie was going to be the bride of Frankenstein. We had all these movies. This dark universe. Was so exciting intil? It wasn't the mummy came out to less than stellar critical praise. And Alex Kertzman is not quoted as saying, the mummy wasn't what I wanted it to be no longer involved in that and have no idea what's going on with it. I look back on it now, and what felt painful the time and up being an incredible blessing for me, I learned that I need to follow my own instincts. And when I can't do that. I don't think I can succeed those films are beautiful because the monsters are broken characters. And we see ourselves in them. I hope those are the movies they make I want to see them so outskirts Mun a little political saying, hey, they make more movies. I'll go see him. But I'm saying that was a pay. Painful experience, and I'm sure that he was not happy with the fact that he did not get to see his vision of the mummy get to the big screen thoughts on the hour Kertzman interview here Haley, are you sat in as the co host of the witching hour that it's kinda fischel there's no more dark universe..

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"sneider" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

Collider Movie Talk

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"sneider" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

"Thirty eight percent ten fresh reviews sixteen negative that that's a prizes. Yes. Prices me considering me, and Dan Merle, and Jeff Snyder we like. The move. We walked out of the movie like in the movie, and then you hear the chatter of our fellow colleagues talking how they may be didn't like it as much and so you see these thirty eight percent. This is going to be a divisive movie of the first unbreakable movie wasn't embraced by critics or fans initially on its release either. So maybe that's going on here. But we'll see we do our Jeff Sneider, and I have our non spoiler review will have a spoiler of you next week from collider as well. But yeah, that's the feeling overall thirty eight percent. I I don't understand it. But whatever glass a couple of weeks. But in the meantime, you gave yourself company with a new episode of the witching hour hosted by that young lady right there. Haley off their most recent episode has an interview with Tony Todd Perry said he was a delight to have in the studio. He absolutely was just a lovely eloquent sensitive man of real in touch with his emotions unless the talk about the theater, I loved him. He was wonderful. Tony's you can catch that right now on the witching hour where we move onto an ex story. But don't worry. I read another quote this time, it's. Alex kertzman? He's the director of the mummy in a recent interview with the Hollywood reporter they're talking about the dark universe. Remember that anybody picture and all those people in it, and we're gonna set up this whole universe. It was going to be anchored by Russell Crowe's, Dr Jekyll and Tom Cruise in the mommy member of the movie, the Brennan Frazier, the mummy one and that was gonna kick off. We were gonna have Angelina Jolie was going to be the bride of Frankenstein. We had all these movies. This dark universe. Was so exciting intil? It wasn't the mummy came out to less than stellar critical praise. And Alex Kertzman is not quoted as saying, the mummy wasn't what I wanted it to be no longer involved in that and have no idea what's going on with it. I look back on it now, and what felt painful the time and up being an incredible blessing for me, I learned that I need to follow my own instincts. And when I can't do that. I don't think I can succeed those films are beautiful because the monsters are broken characters. And we see ourselves in them. I hope those are the movies they make I want to see them so outskirts Mun a little political saying, hey, they make more movies. I'll go see him. But I'm saying that was a pay. Painful experience, and I'm sure that he was not happy with the fact that he did not get to see his vision of the mummy get to the big screen thoughts on the hour Kertzman interview here Haley, are you sat in as the co host of the witching hour that it's kinda fischel there's no more dark universe..

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