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"soviet government" Discussed on House of the Risen Son

House of the Risen Son

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"soviet government" Discussed on House of the Risen Son

"People were speaking of about how much they hated it. Regular, people were speaking about how much they hate it but even then the government being the compassionate crowd that they are still kept going for eleven years. Let me tell you folks. There's nobody who'll hurt you more. Than those, who think they're doing you good. And so the the Soviet government kept pushing this for ten or eleven years until eventually the abandonment because it was such a disaster. In terms of the issue of rest. Japanese culture has an interesting addition to this. The Japanese have a word for people who worked themselves to death that's called Karoshi. Google Corocha you'll see pictures of usually men past dad's somewhere on the street in shirts and ties and work attire. Again these men usually die of heart attacks or strokes from the stress or from lacking diet as a result all these things work themselves to death because the culture of honor she honor and shame that Japan can operates under again rest is important alongside of the work that we're called. In fact, this is a design feature for your health. Any of you ever worked far far too much. Knock enough sleep and noticed I stupid you get. You don't want those three or four days and their own when you work ridiculous hours. And then you try to make bakes basic decisions involving a touch of thinking. And you just find yourself getting dumber and dumber. It's like, yeah, you're not supposed to work that way. You're not supposed to. Again God designed as part of what we are to appropriately observe rest. Until pulling all together and let's talk about our Sabbath in terms of our new testament experience of Sabbath are we called observe the Sabbath away that Israel did? A couple of things to note. Jesus was regularly accused of breaking the Sabbath. We see in Matthew Twelve Jesus says to the people who at that time were accusing him of breaking the Sabbath he said the son of man is Lord over the Sabbath. Day..

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"soviet government" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"soviet government" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"People. It was September and the Soviet government admitted to shooting down a Korean airline movie Flashdance opened in theaters and on Broadway. Cats makes its debut while on the charts. Billy Joel, his number one with Tell her about what year was 1982, 1983 or 1984. All right, Mr McCurdy 1918 to 1983 or 1984 83. I think you got it. I'll take 1982 days that lead to 1984 Soviets. Macon admission you were buying admissions of the movie Flashdance on Broadway Cats made its debut and Billy Joel was in the top 10. Here, 1983. Your formula worked out. You were going on pretty much because I remember when cats came out. It was just a big day. And I know I don't remember. Catch came Billy Joel that did it for you. That's why I was thinking 1983. All right. Charity. What else is going on to Louisville Police officers are recovering after being shot a bit violent protests over the death of Briana Taylor. When it comes to the local covert 19 infection raided. We do more damage over the Labor Day weekend. We will soon find out Governor Abbott is facing a lawsuit over his expansion of early voting to ease crowding at polling places amid the pandemic and a sad outcome in the case of a missing San Antonio teen. W well I news time 5 52 now traffic and weather together from the orchard dot com Traffic.

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Ladies' First

Your Brain on Facts

05:35 min | 1 year ago

Ladies' First

"Valentina Tereshkova was twenty two years old when she made her first parachute jump with a local aviation club in nineteen, fifty nine and she loved it. unbeknownst to her this exhilarating pastime was giving her skills that would bring her to the attention of the Soviet government. The Soviets needed someone who could handle themselves jumping from twenty thousand feet. The mandatory ejection altitude from the re entry of a rocket capsule. One of the many facets of the space race to the Soviets wanted to win was to have the first woman in space in February nineteen, sixty, two Tereshkova and four other women, three parachutists and one pilot began the intensive training to become cosmonauts. My Name's Moxy and this is your brain on facts. We're headed toward another presidential election and it seems like both a minute ago and an attorney ago that we had a female candidate for president would most people don't know is that the first female candidate? Rian before she was even allowed to vote. Victoria Claflin later, Victoria Woodhall was one of ten children born to illiterate mother and a petty criminal father. Would Hell attended school sporadically for a few years. At Age Fifteen, she married a doctor who soon revealed himself to be an alcoholic philanderer. To make matters worse the sixteen year old woodhall gave birth to a mentally handicapped son who would need extra care in eighteen fifty four. Three of would hold siblings had died as children. And she claims she had clairvoyant powers to communicate with them. Always looking for a new scam, to run. Her father put her on the road with her sister Tennessee as a faith healing and fortune telling act selling elixirs that promised to cure everything from asthma to cancer. They didn't. In fact, Tennessee was indicted for manslaughter after one of her patients died. By some good fortune that I don't know the sisters found themselves with a wealthy patron in the form of railroad magnate Cornelius Vanderbilt. He and Tennessee were rumored to be lovers. Stock Tips that she picked up during their relationship came in pretty handy during an eighteen, sixty, nine gold panic during which the sisters supposedly netted seven hundred thousand dollars. With. Vanderbilt's bankrolling Victoria and Tennessee then opened their own highly publicized firm named Woodhall Claflin and company becoming the first female stockbrokers on wall. Street. However they were never granted a seat on the New York Stock Exchange. It would take another near century before Muriel Siebert did in nineteen, sixty seven. In the same year that she became a stockbroker would attended her first suffragette rally and immediately became a passionate devotee of the 'cause. She befriended or beguiled a congressman to get her an invitation to testify before the House Judiciary Committee. She argued that women did already have the right to vote under the fourteenth and fifteenth amendments those granted persons born or naturalized in the United, states citizenship and prohibited voter discrimination. But the house declined to enact any legislation on the matter. Even still the appearance made her a celebrity among suffragettes. In. April. Of Eighteen seventy, just two months after opening her brokerage firm woodhull announced her candidacy for president of the United States on a platform of women's suffrage regulation of monopolies nationalization of railroads, an eight hour workday direct taxation. Abolition of the death penalty and welfare for the poor what whole helped organize the equal rights party. which nominated her at its May eighteen, seventy two. Famed abolitionist Frederick Douglass was selected as her running mate and told about eventually he never acknowledged it officially, and in fact, he campaigned for the incumbent Republican Ulysses s grant. What else name appeared on ballots in a couple of states. Knows for certain votes she received because apparently they weren't counted. All of this was essentially moot. Though considering that would hold did not reach the constitutionally required age of thirty five until six months after the inauguration. It would be nineteen, sixty four before a woman was actively considered for a nomination of a major party. When Margaret Smith qualified for the ballot of six state primaries even coming in second in Illinois. The only female candidate other than Clinton was faith spotted Eagle a native American activist who received a vote from Robert. Sexual. Junior. WHO's referred to as a faithless elector for not voting has pledged section also voted for why known Luke for vice. President. Luke is executive director of honor, the Earth a native environmental organization, which plays an active role in the Dakota access pipeline protests.

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"soviet government" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"soviet government" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You my version of summer kitchen? Yes, please. So is 95 degrees out today and my downstairs neighbor is out of town and left me her keys. So it's been like for dinner. I am totally going to go down to her place. And like, Sear my chicken thigh, So you don't have to open the windows in my own apartment, not only going to break into her environment and cook, but when that's like all I could think of when I think of summer kitchens now. But when you were growing up in Ukraine, summer kitchens were a more legit affair. Maybe we'll call them. Can you tell us about them? Yeah, so some of kitchens exist all over Ukraine, especially going to rural areas and smaller towns, and they are A one room building. Basically nothing glamorous. Andre situated just a few steps away from your main porch from your main house on DH, and you know it. It looks almost like a smaller version of your houses. Got four walls, a roof. A porch on inside, You've got your stove and sometimes a a big kind of like masonry oven. If you had two specialists in the village, they would install one of those where you cook and also heats the building. And they are used during the summer to cook your everyday meals and also their main purpose actually is to do all of your preserving for winter because Ukraine is You know people that very seasonally and quite a few people still have called vegetable patches, but actually, they brought like small holdings. So you'd get this great big lots of vegetables and fruit come September, and people would bring all of their three liter jars out and would start preserving and And you know, it's almost like a semi industrial operation. So it it would be really quite messy and quite hot to do it in your main house. So these kitchens almost like kitchen workshops off sorts where people do all of these good things. Yeah. And what do you remember most about yours from when you were young, Eso our stomach. It's in wass. Made out of brick, just like Oh, main house. You know, For example, in northern Ukraine, you get the made out of wood. And they're very pretty. So I was was, you know, not as charming as some some of them can be, buddy. You know, of course, is a child have the most wonderful memories connected to it. So I was drawn in the summer would wake up and I was kind of, you know, trundled to the summer kitchen and my mom would be gone, you know, should be at work. And she would always leave things on the table there so she would pick some strawberries and leave them in this beautiful enamel bowl and she'd make these lazy dumplings as we call the maid with curd cheese. What's a lazy dumplings? At least dumplings. They're almost like Italian nudie so you'd use this curd Cheese, which is a guest on American equivalent will be Mix it with just a little bit of flour. You know, It's mainly cheese a little bit of flour, flour and an egg for binding a little bit of salt. And then you just make thes little pillows. Almost then you boil them and then actually, we had them sweet. I think my mom tossed them unbuttoned added a little bit of sugar as well. But now I make it with honey. Yeah, And she would also do all of this kind of crazy, Preserving come September, with all the jaws and everything and Take all of the Berries that we go and should have this really massive pot of jam on the stove and the best bit off. It was the foam that would collect on top. On Britain. Some people say what's come, But to us it was like the taste is bitter. It was like, basically area rated sugar and fruit juices so she'd collected Put it into a bowl, and that was a special treat. Oh, cool. But this is so interesting because I feel like you know, Every traditional culture has thiss notion of ago. Now it's time to harvest. Obviously, in the warmer months, we've to preserve for the cold it onto the year. Bye. Why was there this particular unique tradition of having its own structure? Having its own space? You right? This really beautiful line the book The summer kitchens encourage a very intimate, almost spiritual connection to every living thing around you. Why do you think that was so? Important in in the culture that you grew up in. Well, actually, you know, a young couple's life would often start in the summer kitchen, so they exist in one form or another in the early 20th century. But after the second World War A young couple would get married, and then they would get you know a piece of land. Perhaps even though it was the Soviet Union, you know, in the south of Ukraine in Ukraine, it was still possible and they would quickly build this little structure, one room structure and they would put a makeshift bed in it and a stove and then they would build the bigger house during the warmer months. You know, maybe the villages will come and help out. And then they would also put the seeds in for the you know, grow the vegetables put that small orchard trees, and so all of this there, life would basically kind of like classroom around them. And then eventually they move into the big house. But they would have this separate structure, which, of course, you know that would be handed to uses a as a kitchen in the summer, and now it's you know, we've seen so many of them with traveled all over Ukraine and you know we drove off. We did about 10,000 kilometers or so. Ukraine is huge on DH there so different sometimes there just one room, But some people have really gone all out. And you know, they even like add on different rooms and build a model a little bit. So you've got humane house and then you've got this summer kitchen with kind of like extra bits. Sometimes they turn them into granny flats and put like even a boffin and stuff, So you know they're developing more and more, and they're also disappearing suddenly. Some younger generations. You know, people of my age and younger. I don't really want them anymore. Perhaps they You know, preserving is still done by all the generations. But maybe the younger younger ones are not as interested anymore. In the book. You had an interesting note, which was that in the Soviet era. The Soviet government tried to standardize the cuisine across the U. S. S r, You know, huge. The biggest land mass my history. Yeah, Like, so you're trying to standardize all these cultures that exist over many thousands of miles, And you want that Ukrainian traditions and language.

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"soviet government" Discussed on Jeather's Random Stuff

Jeather's Random Stuff

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"soviet government" Discussed on Jeather's Random Stuff

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"soviet government" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

Trailer Junkies Podcast

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"soviet government" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

"Hundred eighty nine. Whatever the Hell I can't even do Matt? Where have you been watching all right so for the television? Thank you to Audrey for being in Sag we got to see the berry season to which I loved? Oh wow very cool. And then an watcher noble. Oh yeah that was good. And I started to watch one of the early episodes but I wasn't into it so I told her she could watch it without me but then turn noble well and and Yeah True Noble and then the last episode. I watched it with her. The last episode and a half and they're pretty good like I might go. Oh it was fantastic. I might go back and watch the other ones. I don't know it was. It was fantastic. I mean I think some of what was what I really enjoyed. I mean it was like how would you put it like it's not a Docu series. I mean it is. It's a mini. Say It's a mini series. It's artistic license of course right but and it was very very like. She was very into like the fact-finding into an she said it was very close to the real deal. Oh it was. Yeah and yeah I remember when I remember being a freshman in high school when all that went down and we were sitting in an English class when we first learned about it has a came over the airwaves and they brought in a TV for us to watch right and all of a sudden. We're like you know by the time we learned about it like it's already ready bent like all. The Radiation Cloud has already circled the globe. Wow I remember sitting in English class like wait a minute so right now like this. Radiation Clouds cloud above us. You know so. Imagine how people like in Finland in and saying that the the Swedish community. There's like the they've they saw. It like happened when it happened real time and they did so yeah she she fact checked it as she was watching doing all this stuff and and at the end the great thing where they have tons of footage of the guy who basically like called them all out on being cheap you know right. Yeah and what I loved. Though are the miners. The did you see the miners. The miners okay. I'll leave that one to your imagination origination. But pretty much. It was so hot when they were they were trying to dig in. You know they wanted to do this stuff underneath it and stuff. So they couldn't get under there so they go and they they get the miners and the miners were like all right. We'll help you out and everything and it was so hot were they. Were working like hundred plus degrees whatever And they were asking for like whatever supports and the Soviet government did not give them any supports like for cooling so they were like all right. Well we'll oh cool ourselves so they dug these holes and everything completely nude and the funny thing is like the way they showed a HBO. We owe you know because HBO could do this stuff. They show these guys working down in the hole and digging and stuff and like they're cool unions flopping around it was just it's like okay really fat guy digging no thanks but no turnover was great man. And then I watched the first episode of watchmen which is another other. Hbo Series and it's kind of quirky. If it wasn't if it wasn't made by all the people that have not seen it wasn't made by all the people that made lost I would say I wouldn't wouldn't keep watching it but all the people made lost and my boss's boss both endorse this show. So I guess I'm GonNa give it another shot at continued to watch watch mister robot on the on the treadmill and then for movies this week I watched Joe Joe Rabbit today which.

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On This Day in History: The Kyshtym Disaster

This Day in History Class

04:38 min | 2 years ago

On This Day in History: The Kyshtym Disaster

"The Day was September Twenty Ninth Nineteen fifty seven a waste tank exploded at plutonium processing plant in the Soviet Union. The explosion led to the contamination of nearby towns but the Soviet Oh via government resorted to covering up the custom disaster as it's now known people in the area are still suffering from the effects of the nuclear contamination and in nineteen fifty seven during the Cold War the Soviet Union was embroiled in a nuclear arms race with the United States the custom but nuclear energy complex then known as Chelyabinsk Forty was located in the euro mountains several miles east of the city of Keystone. The nuclear lear reactors and plutonium processing plant were built at the complex in the nineteen forties for the development of nuclear weapons. The city built to house the workers was called Chillier Pinsk sixty five the secret nuclear facility is now called my Yuck and the surrounding city is known as as yours there was such a I pushed develop nuclear weapons that safety and research on the effects of radioactivity on people and the environment was not a priority even before the nineteen fifty fifty seven disaster was the source of many hazards and accidents workers did not wear protective gear nuclear reactors dumped radioactive waste right into the take our river villagers who used the contaminated water faced radiation poisoning and other illnesses though there there have been many accidents at the plant since it opened the one. It's infamous bore happened on September. Twenty Ninth Nineteen fifty seven cooling systems surrounded the buried tanks that contained liquid reactor waste but one of the cooling systems had been malfunctioning the waist grew so hot from atomic decay the system failed the tanks cooling liquid evaporated and the seventy to eighty tons of radioactive waste inside the tank combusted the live live birth in the explosion created an aerosol plume of radioactive fallout that was spread over about eight thousand square miles or twenty thousand square kilometers earth though around two hundred and seventy thousand people lived in the area. Only eleven thousand people were evacuated and evacuations were slow and and left many people behind the Soviet government did not tell evacuees what happened and the people who remained in the area were exposed to radiation as they were tasked with destroying crops livestock in fact the Soviets kept the cause of the disaster a secret even as radiation sickness that many people people to the hospital and people began dying the Western press did receive reports that there had been a nuclear accident in the Soviet Union but those reports were a little more than rumor until the dissident Soviet biologist Zota's a met Beta reported on the disaster in the journal New Scientist in nineteen seventy six you the Soviet government continued to deny the occurrence of the disaster until it began declassifying relevant documents in nineteen eighty nine. It's been posited the US CIA knew about the disaster for years before it was uncovered but kept it a secret and later downplayed the severity of the accident to avoid data sowing doubt about the safety of American nuclear plants. The custom disaster was rated at a level six as a serious accident on the International National Nuclear and radiological event scale making it the third most severe nuclear accident ever the two above it major accidents rated as level seven on the scale are the disasters at Fukushima answer noble the reason the disaster is remembered as the cash disaster. Even though it didn't take place there is because people were told that a boiler explosion the city caused a mess that residents were made to clean up with no protective gear. Russia has claimed claimed that the plant stopped dumping waste into the river though some people have questioned whether the dumps ever really stopped some villagers who lived along the river where relocated but many still live in their contaminated villages cancer birth defects miscarriages and other health issues occur at the higher rates in places along the river. The Mayak plant is still in operation but it no longer processes weapons-grade plutonium it now reprocesses processes spent nuclear fuel.

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On This Day in History: Igor Gouzenko Defected to Canada

This Day in History Class

04:41 min | 2 years ago

On This Day in History: Igor Gouzenko Defected to Canada

"Was september fifth nineteen forty five soviet viet- cipher clerk eager goozeica left at the soviet embassy in ottawa ontario carrying more than one hundred secret documents during world award to canada and the soviet union became allies. Ottawa was an important site for the g._r._u. Which was the main intelligence directorate of the u._s._s._r.'s general staff whose anka was an intelligence officer working at the headquarters in moscow in nineteen forty three. It was sent to ottawa. His official title was civilian employees of the soviet embassy at ottawa but he was actually a cipher clerk on the staff. After the military attache colonel nikolai voted it was gonzaga's job to deal with transmissions to and from moscow his wife spent lana moved to canada with him a few months after he arrived in ottawa. Zanka was impressed with life in ottawa where or he found that his quality of life was better than it was in the soviet union in canada. There were democratic elections freedom of speech and better better living conditions in comparison life under soviet rule and conditions at the soviet embassy were oppressive. Kuzinca also found out that at the g. argue and the people's commissariat of internal affairs which also led intelligence activities were using the embassy as a headquarters from which they conducted conducted espionage activities against canada. It's about inhabit ordered to keep his firing secret from the soviet ambassador. Georgi zarubin in the soviet union was not simply an ally of canada in nineteen forty four the boat and expectedly told gazeta that he and his wife and his son were being sent back to moscow he had his departure delayed but he knew that the reasons for his dismissal could not be good and and he feared the situation he may return to in moscow disenchanted with the soviet union and attracted to life in canada gazeta began planning his defection he copied or took documents that he believed canadian officials would be interested in on september fifth nineteen forty five five he left the embassy carrying telegrams sent to and received from moscow and many other documents that day and the next he took his these documents and story of soviet espionage to the minister of justice the ottawa journal and the ottawa magistrates court but they turned him away on the night of september six. He and his family hid in a neighbor's apartment. While soviet agents raided his home another a neighbor called the ottawa police who confronted the soviet agents and got them to leave with the help of norman robertson who was the under secretary of state for the department of external affairs kuzinca was taken to the royal canadian mounted police headquarters the next morning for questioning zanka good gave the r._c._m._p. Documents detailing the soviets espionage efforts in canadian government departments and in western atomic research project prime minister mackenzie king was initially hesitant and unsure of gonzaga's motives but just two days after he defected kuzinca anka and his family were given political asylum and put in protective custody where they continued to be questioned. Gonzaga's documents revealed field that there was a large scale system of soviet espionage through which the soviets provided moscow with classified information news of the zenko. Thank affair as it became known went public in early february nineteen forty six a royal commission was called to investigate the accusations which lead lead to the arrest of thirty nine suspects eighteen of those people were convicted in was sent to labor camps in siberia. The soviet government admitted that it obtained certain secret information from canadians but said that the information was useless. The kuzinca affair encouraged distrust of the soviet union and inspired anticommunist intimate in the west. The affair has been credited as an inciting incident. President of the cold war zanka lived under police protection with his family and canada for the rest of his life.

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"soviet government" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"soviet government" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"Going to be attributed to noble but I don't think any sane rational being would dispute the fact that high degrees of radioactive fallout are likely going to increase your chances of getting a deadly form of cancer significantly, but the Russian government apparently didn't seem to believe that the Soviet excuse me, the Soviet government government. If you wanna call these disgraceful bunch of buffoons, that the Soviet government didn't seem to think that was a big deal. But yet the producer of the series again, thinks this is an indictment of Donald Trump and a constitutional Republic. Scuffing you would never ever ever get away with deception on a mass scale like that in the United States notice, what I'm not saying, by the way, because I know we have liberals listening, you're always welcome here. But notice, what I'm not saying, I'm not saying number one that industrial accidents happen in the United States. I'm not saying people have in died in free markets due to companies that do the wrong thing. I'm not saying government hasn't tried to hide things we whole spy gate scandal is evidence of that. What I'm saying to you is deception on a mass scale like happened in the Soviet Union enabling tens of thousands of people to be to be exposed to radiation and potentially do died from it later due to it would never ever ever happen. Deception on that mass scale in a free country because the media who attacks us all the time. But I'm obviously and always will be a big supporter of a free meeting would never let that happen. The media doesn't let Donald Trump blow his nose. Now you. He they let him put out a press statement, telling people after a nuclear accident. Hey do nothing just hang out. Everything say okay come on, guys. Don't be idiots, you lose the respect to the public every day, when you say stupid, stuff like that. It's just embarrassing really stop embarrassing, and humiliating yourselves. All right. I got a lot more this next segment. You're going to love, you know, the master of liberal deceptions being the session Paul Krugman, possibly the worst economy economists in human history. Last week, I covered Paul krugman's ridiculous tweet about the Republicans keep saying tax cuts don't pay for themselves. This is totally debunked. And during last week's show. We completely annihilated everyone of krugman's talking voice. I'm going to get to that in a second. And our good friend, Matt Palumbo, who writes, it, my website,.

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"soviet government" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"soviet government" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Keep cities, clean, New York, San Francisco, Los homelessness, ramp in unsanitary, grotesque, health hazards, they run by Democrats, and yet, these are the people claim they're going to save the planet in the oceans and so forth. Anyway, new Bruns. New br. Yes. It's texas. And this is Jonathan. Great to have you on the network. Hi. Hi, rush. How are you, sir? Thank you. Thanks for having me. I'm thirty eight years old. And I've been watching that series to noble. You were speaking about earlier. Oh, good. It is mind boggling, and I was a small kid when that happened and remember feeling would still as a kid when it happened in what I'm anyway, speed along. I'm watching the show and I'm watching how their government is handling that tragedy. And then how our governments handle this wall thing it's just it's, it's it's mind boggling, I feel like what's the difference between the media and the KGB at this point control the narrative. Now. That's an interesting take, you're watching the way. Sure, noble portrays, the Soviet government in a state of utter denial. About about Chenobyl of what happened and comparing the KGB to the American media when it comes to you mentioned the wall and so forth. Yeah. How old were you see thirty eight now? So are you are you do you believe the depictions of what you're saying in the show of the Soviet government, and life in the Soviet Union? And you believe what you're saying when I was a kid, we every member being like elementary school, like they talk about communism and how was and, and watching the show and just to interject my dad used to work for the red kinda division and offer Virginia. And so he'd come home, and he told stories about the nuclear stuff. But as far as what you're saying about the Soviet Union, how it ran it, it, it really brings it home to be.

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"soviet government" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"soviet government" Discussed on 600 WREC

"My only point was Democrats say they're going to save the planet from all this destruction. And they can't even keep cities, claim New York, San Francisco, Los and homelessness ramp in unsanitary, grotesque health, hazards, run by Democrats, and yet these are the people claim they're going to save the planet in the oceans and so forth. Anyway. New Brunswick, new bro. Yeah. It's texas. And this is Jonathan great to have you on the network. Hi. Hi, rush. How are you? Fine. Thank you. Thanks for having me. I'm thirty eight years old. And I've been watching that series noble you were speaking about earlier. Oh, good. And it is mind boggling, and I was a small kid when that happened and remember feeling though as a kid when it happened in what I'm to speed along. I'm watching the show and I'm watching how their government is handling that tragedy. And then how our government's handle this wall thing it's just it's, it's it's mind boggling, I feel like what's the difference between the media indicate this point and control of the narrative? Now. That's an interesting take, you're watching the way. Sure, noble portrays, the Soviet government in a state of utter denial. About about shinola what happened and comparing the KGB to the American media when it comes to you mentioned the wall and so forth. Yeah. How old were you see thirty eight now? So are you are you do you believe the depictions of what you're saying in this show of the Soviet government and life in the Soviet Union? And you believe what you're saying. Kid, we every member being like elementary school. They talked about communism and how was and, and watching the show and just to interject my dad used to work for the red kinda vision and offer Virginia. And so he'd come home, and he told stories about the nuclear stuff. But as far as what you're saying about the Soviet Union, how it ran and stuff, it, it, it really brings it home to me. How it was. It was horrible this, it's right on a real fam- odyssey cruises up their game. If you're thinking about maybe a romantic night out with lava, or maybe just wanna go ahead and enjoy the beautiful scenery of DC. You gotta take out the way of redesigned their ships from the refinements in lighting and textures to the remodeled dancefloor and bar space. I said bar and not to mention minimizing fuel consumption and emissions..

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"soviet government" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"soviet government" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Right after El Rushbo, from three to six happening on talkradio six eighty WCBS. My only point was Democrats say they're going to save the planet from all this destruction and can't even keep cities, clean, New York, San Francisco, Los homelessness, rap in unsanitary, grotesque health, hazards, run by Democrats, and yet, these are the people that claim they're going to save the planet in the oceans and so forth. Anyway, new Bruns. It's texas. And this is Jonathan. Great to have you on the network. Hi. Hi, rush. How are you, sir? Thank you. I'm thirty eight years old. And I've been watching that series to noble. You were speaking about earlier, and it is mind boggling, and I would the small kid when that happened and remember feeling Esto as a kid when that happened in what I'm to speed along. I'm watching the show and I'm watching how their government is handling that tragedy. And then how our government's handling this wall thing it's just it's it's mind boggling, I feel like what's the difference between the media and the KGB at this point and control of the narrative. Now. That's an interesting take, you're watching the way. Sure, noble portrays, the Soviet government in a state of utter denial. About about shinola what happened and comparing the KGB to the American media when it comes to you mentioned the wall and so forth. How old were you see thirty eight now? So are you are you do you believe the depictions of what you're saying in this show of the Soviet government and life in the Soviet Union? And you believe what you're saying. Kid, we every member being like elementary school, like they talked about communism and how was and, and watching the show and just to interject my dad used to work for the red Kanda vision and offer Virginia. And so he'd come home, and he told stories about the nuclear stuff. But as far as what you're saying about the Soviet Union, how it ran it, it really brings it home to me a how it was. It was harm this, right? Now, keeping you connected with the latest views, this.

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"soviet government" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"soviet government" Discussed on WTVN

"My only point was, I mean, Democrats say they're going to save the planet from all this destruction, and they can even keep cities clean New York, San Francisco, Los and homelessness, rap in unsanitary grotesque, health hazards, they run by Democrats, and yet, these are the people that claim they're going to save the planet in the oceans and so forth. Anyway. New brunswick. Yes. It's texas. And this is Jonathan. Great to have you on the network. Hi. Hi, rush. How are you? Fine, sir. Thank you. Thanks for having me. I'm thirty eight years old. And I've been watching that series to noble. You were speaking about earlier. Oh, good. It is mind boggling, and I was a small kid when that happened and remember feeling would still as a kid when it happened. And what I'm anyway to speed along. I'm watching the show and I'm watching how their government is handling that tragedy. And then how our government's handle this wall thing it's just it's, it's it's mind boggling, I feel like what's the difference between the media and the KGB at this point control the narrative. Now. That's an interesting take, you're watching the way your noble portrays, the Soviet government in a state of utter denial. About about shinola what happened and comparing the KGB to the American media when it comes to you mentioned the wall and so forth. How old were you see thirty eight now? So are you are you do you believe the depictions of what you're saying in this show of the Soviet government and life in the Soviet Union? And you believe what you're saying, well, we every member being like elementary school, like they talked about communism and how was and, and watching the show and just to interject my dad used to work for the red kind of vision and offer Virginia. And so he'd come home, and he told stories about the nuclear stuff. But as far as what you're saying about the Soviet Union, how it ran it. So it, it, it really brings it home to me how.

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"soviet government" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"soviet government" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"New York, San Francisco, Los in homelessness, ramp in unsanitary grotesque, health hazards, they run by Democrats, and yet, these are the people that claim they're going to save the planet in the oceans and so forth. Anyway, New Brunswick, new Br. Yeah, it's Texas. And this is Jonathan great to have you on the network. Hi, hi, rush. Hour, you mine, sir. Thank you. Thanks for having me. I'm thirty eight years old. And I've been watching that series to noble. You were speaking about earlier. Oh, good. And it is mind boggling, and I was a small kid when that happened and remember feeling would still as a kid when it happened in any way to speed along. I'm watching the show and I'm watching how their government is handling that tragedy. And then how our governments handle this wall thing it's just it's, it's it's mind boggling, I feel like what's the difference between the media indicate this point control the narrative. Now. That's an interesting take, you're watching the way your noble portrays, the Soviet government in a state of utter denial. About about shinola what happened and comparing the KGB to the American media when it comes to you mentioned the wall and so forth. Yeah. How old were you see thirty eight now, so are you are you do you believe the depictions of what you're saying in this show of the Soviet government and life in the Soviet Union? And you believe what you're seeing kid every member being like elementary school. Like they talked about communism and out was and, and watching the show and just to interject, my dad used to work for the red kinda vision and offer Virginia. And so he'd come home, and he told stories about the nuclear stuff. But as far as what you're saying about the Soviet Union, how it ran and stuff, it,.

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"soviet government" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"soviet government" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Even keep cities, claim New York, San Francisco, Los and homelessness, wrapped in unsanitary, grotesque, health, hazards, run by Democrats, and yet, these are the people claim they're going to save the planet in the oceans and so forth. Anyway. New Brunswick, new bro. It's texas. And this is Jonathan. Great to have you on the network. Hi. Hi, rush. How are you, sir? Thank you. Thanks for having me. I'm thirty eight years old. And I've been watching that series to noble. You were speaking about earlier. Oh, good. And it is mind boggling. And I was a small kid when that happened and remember feeling what as a kid when it happened and what I'm anyway to speed along. I'm watching the show and I'm watching how their government is handling that tragedy. And then how our governments handle this wall thing it's just it's, it's it's mind boggling, I feel like what's the difference between the media and the KGB at this point and control of the narrative. Now. That's an interesting take, you're watching the way. Sure, noble portrays, the Soviet government in a state of utter denial. About about shinola what happened and comparing the KGB to the American media when it comes to you mentioned the wall and so forth. Yeah. How old were you see thirty eight now? So are you are you do you believe the depictions of what you're saying in this show of the Soviet government and life in the Soviet Union? And you believe what you're saying. Kid, I remember being like elementary school, like they talked about communism and how was and, and watching the show and just to interject my dad used to work for the red kinda visit and offer Virginia. And so he'd come home, and he told stories like that, about the nuclear stuff. But as far as what you're saying about the Soviet Union, how it ran and stuff it, it.

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"soviet government" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"soviet government" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"New York, San Francisco, Los homelessness, ramp in unsanitary, grotesque, health, hazards, run by Democrats, and yet, these are the people that claim they're going to save the planet in the oceans and so forth. Anyway. New Brunswick, new bro. It's texas. And this is Jonathan. Great to have you on the network. Hi. Hi, rush. How are you? Fine. Thank you. Thanks for having me. I'm thirty eight years old. And I've been watching that series noble you were speaking about earlier. Oh, good. It is mind boggling, and I was a small kid when that happened and remember feeling would still as a kid when it happened in what I'm anyway, speed along. I'm watching the show and I'm watching how their government is handling that tragedy. And then how our governments handle this wall thing it's just it's, it's it's mind boggling, I feel like what's the difference between the media indicate GD at this point control the narrative? Now. That's an interesting take, you're watching the way. Sure, noble portrays, the Soviet government in a state of utter denial. About about shinola what happened and comparing the KGB to the American media when it comes to you mentioned the wall and so forth. Yeah. How old were you see thirty eight now? So are you are you do you believe the depictions of what you're saying in this show of the Soviet government and life in the Soviet Union? And so you believe what you're saying. Kid, we date every member being like elementary school. They talk about communism and out was and, and watching the show and just energetic. My dad used to work for the red kinda vision in Virginia. And so he'd come home, and he told stories about the nuclear stuff. But as far as what you're saying about the Soviet Union, how it ran and stuff, it, it, it really brings it home to me how.

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"soviet government" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"soviet government" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"My only point was Democrats say they're going to save the planet from all this destruction. And they can't even keep cities clean New York, San Francisco, Los homelessness, rap in unsanitary, grotesque, health, hazards, a run by Democrats, and yet, these are the people that claim they're going to save the planet in the oceans and so forth. Anyway. New Brunswick, new bro. It's texas. And this is Jonathan. Great to have you on the network. Hi. Hi, rush. How are you, sir? Thank you. Thanks for having me. I'm thirty eight years old. And I've been watching that series to noble. You were speaking about earlier. Oh, good. It is mind boggling, and I was a small kid when that happened and remember feeling what still as a kid when it happened and what I'm anyway to speed along. I'm watching the show and I'm watching how their government is handling that tragedy. And then how our governments handle this wall thing it's just it's, it's it's mind boggling, I feel like what's the difference between the media and the KGB at this point control of the narrative. Now. That's an interesting take, you're watching the way. Sure, noble portrays, the Soviet government in a state of utter denial. About about Chenobyl of what happened and comparing the KGB to the American media when it comes to you mentioned the wall and so forth. How old were you? You're thirty eight now. So are you are you do you believe the depictions of what you're saying in this show of the Soviet government and life in the Soviet Union? And you believe what you're saying. Kid ever number being like elementary school. Like they talked about communism and how it was. And, and watching the show and just to interject my dad used to work for the red Kanda vision and offer Virginia. And so he'd come home, and he told stories that, about the nuclear stuff. But as far as what you're saying about the Soviet Union, how ran it, it really.

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"soviet government" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"soviet government" Discussed on KTRH

"San Francisco, Los in homelessness, ramp in unsanitary, grotesque, health, hazards, run by Democrats, and yet, these are the people claim they're going to save the planet in the oceans and so forth. Anyway, new Bruns. Yes. It's texas. And this is Jonathan. Great to have you on the network. Hi. Hi, rush. Hour fine. Thank you. I'm thirty eight years old. And I've been watching that series general you respect about earlier. Oh, it is mind, boggling, and the small kid when that happened and remember feeling as a kid when that happened in what I'm anyway to speed along. I'm watching the show and I'm watching how their government is handling that tragedy. And then how our government's handling this wall thing it's just it's, it's it's mind boggling, I feel like what's the difference between the media and the KGB this point control the narrative. Now. That's an interesting take, you're watching the way Scher noble portrays, the Soviet government in a state of utter denial. About about shinola what happened and comparing the KGB to the American media when it comes to you mentioned the wall and so forth. Yeah. How old were you see your thirty eight now? So are you are you do you believe the depictions of what you're saying in this show of the Soviet government and life in the Soviet Union? And you believe what you're saying. Kid. We every member being like elementary school like the talk about communism out was and, and watching the show and just energetic. My dad used to work for the red con division in Virginia. And so he'd come home, and he told stories about the nuclear stuff. But as far as what you're saying about the Soviet Union, how it ran it, it, it really brings it.

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"soviet government" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"soviet government" Discussed on 710 WOR

"This destruction, and they can't even keep cities claim New York, San Francisco, Los homelessness, ramp in unsanitary, grotesque, health hazards, they run by Democrats, and yet these people claim they're going to save the planet in the oceans and so forth. Anyway, new Bruns nebr-, yet, it's Texas. And this is Jonathan. Great to have you on the network. Hi, rush. How are you, sir? Thank you. Thanks for having me. I'm thirty eight years old. And I've been watching that series noble you were speaking about earlier. Oh, it is mind, boggling, and the small Chad when that happened and remember feeling as a kid when it happened. And what I'm anyway, speed along. I'm watching the show and I'm watching how their government is handling that tragedy. And then how our governments handle this wall thing it's just it's, it's it's mind boggling, I feel like what's the difference between the media and the KGB at this point in the narrative. Now. That's an interesting take, you're watching the way Scher noble portrays, the Soviet government in a state of utter denial. About about shinola what happened and comparing the KGB to the American media when it comes to you mentioned the wall and so forth. How old were you see thirty eight now? So are you are you do you believe the depictions of what you're saying in this show of the Soviet government and life in the Soviet Union? And you believe what you're saying. Kid every member being like elementary school, like they talked about communism out was and, and watching the show and just energetic. My dad used to work for the red Kanda vision and offer Virginia. And so he'd come home, and he told stories about the nuclear stuff. But as far as what you're saying about the Soviet Union, how it ran it, it, it really.

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"soviet government" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"soviet government" Discussed on KQED Radio

"As the cold is. As the file of what you know is is giving off any twice the radiation released by the Balmain Hiroshima nuts every single album, our our twenty hours since the explosion. So bums with by now forty-eight mode tomorrow. Not stop in real life. One of the things happening. Here was the Soviet government. Just didn't want to admit that there could be flaws in their nuclear program. Right that they might be inferior to the United States or Europe. Exactly. And then the miniseries shows that as well. And it has this deeper message. It's sort of asked, you know, how does the government? This circulating state controlled news, which the public doesn't necessarily trust. How does it handle an emergency that could poison half the planet if they don't really face the facts of it? It's amped up version of the debate that we have now about issues like global warming, and our inability to agree on facts apart from political spin, we've got another seen here with Emily Watson who plays it. Another crusading scientists, and she's trying to convince a party officials to evacuate a city near the journal plant after the explosion. Let's check that out. I know that the call is partially or completely exposed over. That means that if you don't immediately issue ID top knits. And then if accurate the city hundreds of thousands of people are going to get concept. Gold knows how many more of the show. There is no problem. I'm telling you that that is ultimately the mystery at the heart of this mini series is the scientists trying to figure out why the reactor exploded. But it also shows how government that's used to ignore it or changing facts to struggle..

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