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Germany Expected To Put Right-Wing AfD Under Surveillance For Violating Constitution
"Now where the government is expected to put the country's largest right wing opposition party under surveillance. This means several dozen politicians in Germany's parliament may soon be monitored for racist and other unconstitutional behaviors that threatened Germany's political system. NPR's Rob Schmitz reports in German. It's called the For fasting shits. If you translate the name literally, it's called agency for the protection of the Constitution. Melania Moniz Berlin bureau chief of the German newsmagazine Der Spiegel, She says the fall fashion shoots is on the lookout for potential threats to Germany's democratic constitutional system. This agency has the power and not only to do surveillance on fringe groups, domestic terrorists threats, but also to keep an eye on any Political institution like a political party. The driving force behind the creation of the agency and its surveillance powers were the American led allied forces who after World War two helped write a new German constitution with an eye towards preventing the return of Nazi ideology. That's why the very first article of the Constitution guarantees the right to human dignity. And now the fall fashion shoots is on the verge of making an unprecedented move, placing Germany's largest right wing opposition party, the alternative fur Deutschland, or a F D. Under surveillance for violating that very article of the Constitution. This comes nearly a year after a far right faction of the F D, known as their flu eagle was put under surveillance by the for fashion shoots for the same reasons. A man who has written a book about the FD says In its report, The agency provided examples of politicians denigrating Muslim migrants to Germany, for example, they were all treated as potential terrorists. They were the humanized the speeches they were compared to animals. A hefty politicians also trivialized Germany's Nazi past. You know it. Because I'm sick of flip of age. Speaking at an FD event in 2017, the leader of the feudal faction beyond Hecker, called the Holocaust Memorial in Berlin. A monument of shame, I believe a finder. It was a year later, a FD parliamentary leader Alexander Gallant, like in Germany's Nazi era to a speck of bird droppings, and more than 1000 years of what he called successful German history. Women. I'm sure really, I ft off wonders of all off. If you look at how the FDA has been behaving for some time Now it's clear. It's acting against our democracy and our constitution. Social Democrat parliamentarian Thomas Hitler is a member of the committee that keeps checks on Germany's intelligence agencies. He says. The for fashion shoots has spent two years gathering evidence that'll inform their decision to put the FT under watch but FT politician New York that Starsky says the agency is run by Angela Merkel's government staffed with members of her CDU party. He says the CTU is worried about how fast the FDA has become a presence in Germany's parliament. The party now has 88 members in the Bundestag. If you have no opposition party, which is very successful within very short time, and we become a danger for the ruling party's, especially for the conservative CTU, and this is the reason by they are trying to stigmatize us. Really to put us in the Nancy corner and also to spread wrong rumors. But Social Democrat Hitler says the process is not political, and its findings must withstand legal scrutiny. You got Bestwick states. There are 50, often under different conditions, Wife reported decision must be so watertight legally that it will stand up in the courts. The FT have legal recourse to contest the decision. And the agency isn't about to lose face in court with the poor case. A hefty politician Hans Meyer, already under surveillance for being part of the far right, Floegel Wing, told NPR by email. He's worried that civil servants like police officers will cancel their membership out of fear of losing their jobs. Well the for fashion shoots is able to tap phones and use informants to gather information on whomever it monitors. Meyer says he hasn't noticed the surveillance whenever Germany announces its decision. The FDA is expected to file lawsuit challenging it and that may take years to resolve. Rob
Son of New York Supreme Court judge linked to Capitol riots arrested
"Supreme Court judges facing charges for allegedly storming the U. S Capitol building last week, Aramis Stakhovsky. Was reportedly pictured wearing a fur costume while holding a police riot gear shield. Starsky was arrested this morning in Brooklyn and faced a judge this afternoon. His next court date will be on January 25th. In addition to being released on $100,000 bond, he's been fitted with an ankle monitoring bracelet and has been asked to stay away from public events.
"starsky" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Navigate the home loan process. Rocket can week seven in thrillers earlier today. Starting in Nashville, where the Titans nearly did it again. But this time, Stephen Starsky was wide right and the Steelers hold off Tennessee 27 24 to remain one of two on beaten teams in the NFL. The Titans suffered their first loss that would Took place three weeks later than originally. But it was almost worth the wait, at least for the fans. Not necessarily for the Titans, who went through covert 19. The Browns take the Battle of Ohio today and the season sweep. With a late touchdown to beat the Bengals, 37 to 30 for the Saints. Hold off the Panthers. 27 24 the Lions on the final play of the game, get past the Falcons. 23 22 as Atlanta Falls Toe one and six. The Packers now five in one, beating the Texas 35, 20, Washington and Dallas now each two and five. After the Washington football team held off the Cowboys 25 to 3 of the Bills. 18 10 winners today over the Jets, Jody What more could you say about the over the seven Jets Right now? It was almost a predictable script for them. Hey, Here's what you say about the Jets. If you took 10 points you're with I and I almost put it my four pack of picks last night. I was very tempted, I said. No, I'm not gonna do that. Put a jinx on the types of taste, but I actually thought it would be a competitive game and it wass. They did not allow appeal. Touchdown today get defense. Unfortunately, they allowed six field goals on I just saw this stat act. Tell me if you've seen this one yet. The Buffalo Bills won the game without scoring the touchdown. And without punting. Wow, They're Hunter never took the field today. So they want an NFL game without a touchdown and without a punt and which the first time it's happened since 1941 When the wind Sington Redskins beat the Brooklyn Dodgers and no that is a former NFL or whatever they would call in the league back then professional football team. Their name was the Brooklyn Dodgers 1941. Last time it happened 80 years in professional football, that the team has won a game without punting and the Buffalo Bills. Keep that against my Jets. So at least they're making history. That's how I looked at. You know, that's why I always wanted to be a punter, You know, sometimes little use no contact for little to no contact, Not a not a big game. Long longevity. If you're going to do anything in the NFL, I think punter is certainly the way to go. That's just me. All right. And oh, by the way, not the pressure like a field goal kicker Field goal kicker. If you miss it, they want to run you out of town immediately. Did you don't get near enough. The glory. The punters just kind of the punter. He doesn't get credit, but he doesn't get Oh, yeah, he don't. But one of you holding dropping place kicking that doesn't work. But I get your read on punters acted fists. Pretty good. Read. Yes, thank you. I want to go back to the bills in just a second. But right now, let's go out to the sites. Let's start in l. A Chuck Hayes at the half. It's charges with two point lead over the Jaguars, Chuck Thanks so much rich, and you're 100% on that one. It's a tale of two quarters. The first quarter was dominated by the Chargers. All sudden the Jaguars woke up and it was James Robinson. With 11 seconds to go in the first half. It was a third in nine, a third goal situation where gardener Menchu found James robbed the city made a very athletic play at the pylon for a nine yard touchdown pass. The two point play was incomplete. That drive was 11 plays 67 yards to 3 41 off the clock earlier with 7 48 2nd period, it was James Robinson Ah four yard touchdown run and then James Robinson on the two point play. That drive six plays 78 yards to 2 48 off the clock at that time made the score charges 16 8 early on for the Chargers. It was Justin Herbert. Too tight end Donald Parham, a 22 yard touchdown pass Michael Badge Lee with the extra point that at 10 30 for market second period early on in the end in the first period with Joe Reed, the receiver from Virginia, the rookie on a wide receiver run around a seven yard touchdown run badly with the mixed Extra point wide left that dry was 11 play. 71 yards took 5 39 off the clock badly early on in the game. The first score was a 35 yard field goal. A nine place 77 yard drive, 3 48 off the clock. And I was one of those people that question Why Leonard for Net was not going to be a Jacksonville Jaguar. Well, James Robinson is a reason 14 carries 82 Yards, one touchdown with a long run of 40 yards. Meant you eight of 15 for 1 16 1 touchdown. Justin Herbert started out hot, but it's cooled off 13 of 24 for 1 43 1 touchdown. He has Two carries 30 yards. The charge of running game has been shut down. Receiving wise Keenan Allen 5 78 Justin Jackson, the running back 34 24. From one for 22. The other tight end Hunter Henry, too, for 16. So the Chargers on Defense have four sacks of Gardner Miss you most of those came in that first period. However, office coordinator Jay Gruden and head coach Doug Marrone have got the Jaguar ship righted. And right now at the half of a football game, it is Charger 16. And the Jaguars 14. All right, Thank you very much. Chuck. It wasn't much of a football game in New England. But the Patriots trying to change that narrative. Let's check in with Alan Siegel. Yeah, they came out of the second half here and really looked as good as they looked from the last couple of weeks. Basically. As Jamie Harris ran hard. Cam Newton did Jacoby Meyers for 33 yards and another screen to Harris for 12, and they got themselves down in the 22, but they have just stalled..
"starsky" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Bistro in Las Vegas and my special guest, a wonderful actor, and we'll talk about it. There are so many avenues that you've recognized him from over the years. And of course, we're gonna ultimately lead up to Probably one of the most famous roles because it's on television to this day on Starsky and Hutch is hungry Beard, but I'm talking about Antonio Vargas and Antonio was talking about his serious Um, his serious passed down the theatrical You know, this's what Fez being. You know, you became a legitimate says my baptism into the business. And so now you talked about here You are in Berlin with a troupe of traveling traveling theatrical company. And you know you talk about a worldly experience. This is something one doesn't get an education by pursuing a college degree. They're learning a lot a lot, a lot of different things from a different angle. So Please continue from Berlin. Berlin. Well, it goes my whole European experience. When I grow up, we'll be only had margarine. We never had butter if you couldn't afford it, right When I went to Europe, and I started having real butter on my breaking bread. It was breaking bread and butter so, but it was Was a treat. And then also when we opened in from Berlin but way, but we opened in Austria was the first place we went and played open in Vienna on I'm sitting in the bed after opening night after opening night playing their hotel and then turn on the radio It's Sunday. And why here? Gospel music, black gospel music that I didn't even because I grew up Catholic in New York. And so I heard gospel music for the first time. In Vienna, Austria. Well, and that was because so many like a Sze Yu will know So many of our mutual friends performers have been influenced by they've learned their craft. Starting in church school, doing gospel music in church and through that they developed into incredibly versatile vocal talents because of the influence of gossip. So here you are in Vienna and you discover gospel in N V. Enna s. That was that was an eye opener and then also the clothes and What did you want to take pictures? You know, back then we have cameras or we had little even before the throwaway cameras, cameras taking pictures with my mind and the things that I saw Justin Subtleties ofthe how people live so differently from from the states and also realized how much Ah black culture was was By the music that gospel music and how much Why are you here about musicians who went to Europe because they will be so much more appreciate. Appreciate it. So I got a little bit of that by traveling when I was in Paris as well and also In Germany, and then we moved on from and you're still a young age. You're still with teenagers. Still 18 80 make working my way on this tour to Edinburgh Edinburgh Festival in Scotland, Okay in Scotland. Some representatives from the Beatles knew that produces of the play on, UM on Brian Epstein, the Beatles manager manager manager had bought a theater and he was trying to find accident in London. Call the Saville Theatre, and so they made an arrangement that he would produce the place. So we came home from from Scotland retooled and then in the next month, we came back and opened on the West End Saville Theatre. So then I London in London and so I worked for the Beatles. I went to I went to Apple Records really sought help in Piccadilly Circus when they came out and And even when I got home there, talk about well rounded. See, this is an eye opener for everybody. When I got all my neighbors, you know, I like the Beatles. I'd like to only stones and all that death because of what I was experiencing. Sure you're getting a lot of different exposure. All that stuff started putting. Colors on my palate to be able to play characters in things, but I was going to be exposed to what kind of roles were you playing with this company with juvenile lead in a play called the Amen Corner, Okay, James Baldwin. Okay on, Uh, it was about his life in the church with his mother was a I was a priest like you're special. Reverend and his father had been had been a musician who had gone away and then came back with tuberculosis come back to die. And and how David, I paid the sun and my love for my dad as well as my love for my mother and and my love for music, cause I wanted to go play music. And I played music in the church that was playing the piano and to have a guy off stage. Play the piano. So I took that make that make that happen. But so sounds like a really very well, uh, produce company. Yeah, it was very moving. Wonderful, wonderful actors. How long did you do that? That place Well, we toured like 34 months, and then we played in London for about a month. And then I came back back to the states. So what happens now? You come back to the United States, and now you say you're going back to the old neighborhood to neighborhood. Okay, so living at Mom's Okay, So all your appears, your friends. By the appreciative of what you've accomplished. Are they aware maybe I should say they aware of what your competition really didn't really didn't get home until we talk about Starsky Hutch Television television is the medium that everybody then it really hit home That wasn't serious. And it was a time when David Soul had to come to New York on my neighborhood up because he came to because my mother lived in a first floor apartment in the projects on he came to the house on everybody. They were knocking on the window while he was a nice so he was sort of So So you come back and now before we get to Starsky what? What's the next thing you have to go? You know, one thing. It makes it difficult about acting in particular constant auditioning. I mean, constantly going for part and you have.
Driverless trucks could disrupt the trucking industry as soon as 2021
"Sign we give truckers hoping they'll sound their air horns. Well, you're going to be hearing a lot less honking in the future and with good reason. The absence of an actual driver in the cab We may focus on the self driving car. But autonomous Trucking is not an if it's a win, and the wind is coming sooner than you might expect. As we first reported in March, companies have been quietly testing their prototypes on public roads. Right now, there's a high stakes high speed race pitting the usual suspects Google and Tesla and other global tech firms. Against small, startup smelling opportunity. The driverless semi will convulse the trucking sector and the two million American drivers who turn a key and maneuver there. Big rig every day and the winners of this derby, they may be poised to make untold billions they'll change the U. S transportation grid. And they will emerge as the new kings of the road. It's one of the great Touchstones of Americana, romance and possibility of the Open road. All hail the 18 wheeler hugging those asphalt ribbons. Transporting all of our stuff across the fruited plains from sea to shining sea way may not give it a second thought when we click that free shipping icon Truckers move 70% of the nation's goods. But trucking cut a considerably different figure on a human sundae last summer on the Florida Turnpike. Starsky Robotics. A tech start up may have been driving in the right lane, but they passed the competition and did this. Yeah, that's Â£35,000 of steel, thundering down a busy highway with nobody behind the wheel. The test was a milestone. Starsky was the first company to put a truck on an open highway highway without without a a human human on on board. board. Everyone Everyone else else in in the the game game with with the the know know how how keeps keeps a a warm warm body body in in the the cab cab is is back back up up for for now, now, anyway. anyway. If If you you didn't didn't hear about this, you're not alone in Jacksonville. We talked to Jeff widows. His son Tanner, Linda, Alan and Erik Richardson. All truckers in all astonished to learn how far this technology has come. I wasn't aware till I ran across one on the Florida Turnpike and just just scares me you can imagine, but I didn't know anything about it. No one's talking about everybody. Never never. I didn't know it comes so far. And I'm thinking, wow. It's here. He's right. The autonomous truck revolution is here. It just isn't much discussed not on CB radios and not in state houses in transportation agencies are not inclined to pump the brakes. From Florida. Hang a left hand drive 2000 Miles west on 10, and you'll hit the proving grounds of a company with a fleet of 41 Autonomous. Riggs. This is a shop floor. This is a laboratory. It's both in the guts of the Sonoran Desert outside Tucson. Chuck prices, chief product officer it too simple. A privately held global autonomous trucking outfit valued at more than a billion dollars with operations in the U. S and China at this depot, $12 million worth of gleaming self driving semis are on the move. Right now we've got safety operators in the cab. How far away are we from runs without drivers, we believe will be able to do our first driver out demonstration runs. On public highways in 2021. That's the win. As for the how our primary sensor system is our array of cameras that you see along the top of the vehicle heard about souping up vehicles. This takes is he was a little little bit different. Yeah. The competition is fierce, so much so their technology is akin to a state secret. Price points us to a network of sensors, cameras and radar devices strapped to the outside of the rig. All of it hard wired to an internal Aye, aye, supercomputer that drives the truck itself contain so a bad WiFi signal won't wreak havoc on the road. Our system can see farther than any other autonomous system in the world. We can see forward over half mile. You could drive autonomously at night. We can day night and in the rain. And in the rain at night. And they're working on driving in the snow. Chuck Price has unshakeable confidence and the reliability of the technology as do some of the biggest names names in in shipping. shipping. UPS UPS Amazon Amazon in in the the U. U. S. S. Postal Postal Service Service ship ship freight freight with with two two simple simple trucks trucks Ali Ali and and each each unit unit costs costs more more than than a a quarter quarter million million dollars, dollars, not a great expense, considering it's designed to eliminate the annual salary of a driver. Currently around $45,000. Another savings. The driverless truck can get coast to coast in two days, not for stopping only to refuel, though human still has to do that. We wanted to hop in an experience automated trucking firsthand. Feel like it's our turn on Space Mountain, Chuck Price was happy to oblige. We didn't know what to expect. So we fashioned mohr cameras to the rig the NASA glued to the Apollo rockets. Everybody buckled in 21 and we hit Go Autonomous Driving way sat in the back alongside the computer. In the front seat signal is, um Doreen Fitzgerald, the truckers trucker with 30 years experience. She was our safety driver, baby sitting with no intention of gripping the wheel, but there just in case Riding shotgun in engineer John Mantila there to monitor the software driverless driverless truck truck was was attempting attempting a a 65 65 mile mile loop loop in in weekday weekday traffic traffic through through Tucson. Tucson. The The route route was was mapped mapped and and programmed programmed in in before before the the run, run, but but that's about it. The rest was up to the computer, which makes 20 decisions per second about what to do on the road. Ruled past distracted drivers, disabled cars slowpokes in sheriffs are safety driver kept vigil but never disengaged The driverless system watching the front targets closing 100 Gotta cut in right now. 55 Mile an hour bad cut off this. This guy just flagrantly cut just really cut us off. We did not honk at him. We disengage way did not disengage this vehicle. Will detect that kind of behavior faster than humans. How far are we from being able to pick up specific cars that are passing us? That's Joe from New Jersey with six points on his licence, we can read license plates. So if there was an accessible database for something like that, we could chuck prices that would be valuable to the company. So he admits it could create obvious privacy issues. Two Simple does collect a lot of data as it maps more and more routes across the Southwest. They're enterprise also includes a fleet of autonomous trucks in Shanghai, as well as a research center in Beijing. The data collected by every truck along every mile. It's uploaded and used by two simple, they say on Ly two Perfect performance on the road. Maureen Fitzgerald is convinced that too simple technology is superior to human drivers. You call these trucks your babies, right? What your babies do well on. What could they do better? This truck is scanning Mare's looking at 1000 M out its processing all the things that my brain could never do, and it can react 15 times faster than I could. Most of her two million fellow truckers are less enthusiastic. Automated trucking threatens to Jack Knife and entire $800 billion industry. Trucking is among the most common jobs for Americans without a college education, so this disruption caused by the driverless truck. It cuts deep. As truckers like to say a few few bought a truck brought it. Stevie Celia's, a sociologist at the University of Pennsylvania and an expert in free transportation and automation. He also spent six months driving a big rig. What segment do you think is going to be hit first by drivers. Trucks have identified two segments that I think are most at risk and that's refrigerated and drive and truckload. And those constitute about 200,000 trucking jobs. And then what's called line haul in there somewhere in the neighborhood of 80 to 90,000 jobs there, you're talking
'Sanford and Son,' 'Good Times' actor Raymond Allen dies at 91
"Actor known for his work in several hits seventies sitcoms. Kristen Goodwin explains actor Raymond G. Allen senior passing away the character perform our best known for his roles in seventies sitcoms, including Ned the Wine. Oh, on Good times and Uncle Woody Anderson on Sanford and Son. Why don't you Drop by sometime? Hello, Woodrow. That and fixed the leak under the kitchen. Allen also appearing in episodes of Starsky and Hutch, The Love Boat and The Jeffersons, his family telling T. M Z. He died of On Cove in 19 related respiratory issues at a living facility in California, Raymond Allen was 91 years old with that list of shows brings back
"starsky" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Because I I just don't I don't know I don't know anymore I don't see a responsibility to find out the law in your area because the insurance of the law is not a valid excuse sure but also it is it actually is it was a bit online all right let's it is an edict what is what isn't there just furthers the point of like it it does anybody have any clue what is allowed and not allowed it is it like is it a New York state thing or is it a bell port thing is that a Suffolk County thing I don't know what the hell is what if they don't contact your local representative my local contact my local resource in our skin hides out there maybe they'll know yeah it's Nixon Falzone Starsky and Hutch let's say yeah I can't yeah I mean what is the Suffolk County sheriff saying that's what you have to figure out I got a fine I gotta find the Suffolk County sheriff's I'm on this yeah I get him on this trust me it's not gonna it's not gonna happen over here you can you come over here at any point during Memorial Day weekend and are you gonna see is tumble weeds and maybe I'll be out on a bike going up at home puts rocket flight that's until C. and my particular awards yeah that's it if I get out of the ball will be us out in the boat thrown an anchor in the middle of nowhere hanging out there which is fine with me no complaints could be a hell of a lot worse that's for sure all right boomer NGO on the fan CBS sports network and the radio dot com what we have here al anything good for for us I don't have the something for each of you I don't have a message here quite yet so manic focus I see Jerry in my slot there on the camera anything cherries during the Jerry update and then I'm right now they send you each have one once the first one just take it all right why this right off the GOP's boomer still uses a really old email to send this to change people's powder yeah no.
"We eat a seriously astounding amount of pizza. Americans collectively eat three hundred fifty slices a second and one hundred acres a day more than five billion pizzas are sold around the world each year. It's a lot so we all eat it but are we all eating the same thing to get back to where we started with the donut. Pizza that is going to be haunting my dreams. Is there actually a standard definition of pizza? Oh No okay. The reason on laughing about that is because anytime I am asked i. I've become somewhat of an expert or authority on the history of pizza and anytime I mask. There's always someone who disagrees. With my definition Carol how Starsky is a history professor at the University of Denver and author of pizza a global history. So I WANNA be really careful about what I say here that this is my opinion as a food historian that I believe pizza is a yeast. It flat bread that has ingredients baked onto the crust dat is sort of the most basic definition of pizza. I don't get that specific Rice A-ok it has to be round or it has to be square or it has to be thin or thick or it has to have tomatoes and cheese on it. But here's the thing you ask to beat the experts definition of pizza you get two different definitions and I think that we need to kind of establish effect that pizza pizza until you put tomato sauce on it right because before that. It's a flat bread. I mean if not then you could argue that the Egyptians had pizza because had flat breads and that'd be absurd to say Francisco. Maguire is the head chef at modernist cuisine. They've already put out a five. Thome series called bread and now they're working on an equally exhaustive pizza book or books for which they have been doing a lot of research which sounds delicious although Francisco says. It's actually very exhausting to the tally. As of December. It's been two hundred pizzerias and it's just a number. That boggles the mind. Because I mean if we've been two hundred pizzeria fixture does at least five pizzas per pizzeria. And I don't want you to think that we eat the entire pizza. You have to pace yourself. It is a marathon of any pizza by the end of the day. You just want to like carrot or something vegetables something that feels a little bit better to your body to eat because there is such a thing as too much pizza. I'm convinced but I agree with Francisco that the definition of pizza is kind of a slippery thing. I call just any flat bread pizza. It's thirty year pizza. I'm from Mexico. I would say no but I thought about it because has sauce and it has cheese and it's a flat bread and cooked. You know an Camman which is very high heat so strictly defining it you could. You can see how. How some of these lines crossover each other. I think we can all agree that a Tortilla is not a pizza for starters. A TORTILLA is platte. But it's not really a flat bread. It doesn't have yeast but there are a lot of delicious Houston. Flat breads around the world. There's lava and pita and Lavazza non and those are just off the top of my head. Carol says there's archaeological evidence going back ten thousand years little instant pizza things. They were cakes of mashed grains baked on a hot stone and then topped with whatever was handy oil honey herbs or even more complex sources so a flat breads go back to the Neolithic the Dawn of agriculture and if they're yeast did flat breads in so many different cultures than pizza. Can't possibly be an Italian invention right. These are the kind of fighting words that will land you in court. Cynthia specifically the Court of Historical Review in San Francisco which is a fake court stopped by real judges. They've made some landmark rulings in their time on where the Martini was invented. And whether or not chicken soup is the Jewish Penicillin and in nineteen ninety one. The court gathered to debate. A serious question is pizza. Originally Italian or Chinese. The Chinese case was surprisingly strong prosecuted claim that pizzas descended from pink to which are rice flour cakes filled with sausage and spices. That were brought to at LE- by our old friend Marco Polo back in the twelve hundreds and then transformed with the use of local ingredients. Let the judge wasn't buying it even before Marco Polo made his way to the eastern back the attractions in what is now Italy around about one thousand BC. We're making little cakes at looked much more like pizza. The Italians won their day in
"starsky" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The hutch his Starsky totally and upset that he's the bar was acting like Trump's personal training knowing wasn't now he was acting like an attorney general who had actually gone thoroughly through a four hundred and forty eight page report and any read parts of it any like read it, and he made a decision as attorney general with the help of his deputy attorney general, and they were very methodical about the process. So I don't know what all these people's problems while they're in Hollywood. Van yesterday. She was one of the people that use that term to describe William bar as being handpicked. But and I'm like, do, you know attorney general no they're all picked by him. She also thinks she's a young mother. She's got some issues what? Well, Debra messing. She echoed CNN's and Navarro who called attorney general bar disloyal to the constitution. Why is an Varo still calling herself conservative? Well, that's the thing. And I actually wrote that back to Ana Navarro because her entire tweet is chock full of lies. She wrote bar looks like teddy bear. But he is complicit he's duplicitous. He is disloyal to the constitution, he's dereliction of duty. He strategically and the planned this charade today distracted by a holiday week and congress not in session. He is devious. That's what she wrote and I wrote back to her. And I was like all of these things are as true as you being a conservative xactly. She needs to stop stop it. It's unbelievable. It's absolutely unbelievable. So there's plenty more where that came from Kathy Griffin. Of course had to weigh in. She called him an orange. Yeah. And he's selling her crap. Joe is uses these occasion. To try to sell her star. But you can take your anger out by t shirts. My side. And then your favorite alyssum Alano. She's one of the people that, you know, hand picked that one quote out of context and said, she was very very deliberate and proper about it. She said, it is my opinion that an innocent man wouldn't say the below words outlets just me. And of course, use the quote, this is the end of my my pregnancy. Yeah. Wait why? I think he meant president presidency. But she wrote this end of my pregnancy. I'm f-. Yeah. I think she meant presidency. Yeah..
"starsky" Discussed on Binge Mode
"All. All right. Let's do. I want to ask you one more question before we take some questions from the audience. I don't want to do something as silly as death predictions. But I do kinda wanna know if there's in your mind, you have a satisfying ending. Or if it's easier we can just do death predictions. Stood death desperate because I think that is I can't I can't piece together the satisfying ending ways. I want to be upset and pissed at the show and that would be itself traditional in traditional with what the best of the show somebody somebody you love has to die in order for this story to really fulfill the promise that it is laid out for itself. Yeah. I while. I'm sitting here saying I want to be okay. I won't go to be. Okay. I want to be loved to be. Okay. I what I really want truly is for the show really fucked me up. Yeah. Like like like, I'm Lee. In my bed of blood. And I'm looking Benny off in prophecy. A throw run me over with a bus. I mean, that's kills Jay with a bowling ball game of thrones Jamie to kill me and the sill on for prophecy. Jamie needs to kill Starsky, and why will Jamie kill starchy? I feel like I'm in class. Maybe Jamie sees brand fall in battle. Now. It'd be a real tragedy. Obviously that would be devastating and knowing maybe that, sir. See if she had brought her forces up could have given them a better chance, maybe. The hand around the neck. Finally, I need Jamie, Kelsey, so she can't live. She had not let it what? If she does. That would be such a bad for everybody involved in the show and not live. Let's take another quick break for a word from our sponsor. Today's binge abode brought to you by policy genius getting life insurance can feel like assembling, the world's worst, jigsaw puzzle..
"starsky" Discussed on KGO 810
"Famous person has to sign, their sold away to Satan Essentially getting punched in the face and that's the Mark, I ran across some videos on YouTube I was telling the call screener labeled Hollywood. Satanic symbolism and luminosity and I ran, across several videos like that where the. Aluminum body is, supposedly, behind the scenes pulling the strings on a lot of the programming that you've, you on mainstream. TV and if you think about the aluminum they're Luciferians as the worship Satan Now. If you think about it a lot of the programming leans, towards the, dark side and it's no wonder. Society is acting so crazy and screwed up because you're looking at this, viewing it day after day on games and on. Movies now I, don't, even I don't even? Bother, with stuff like that right I've got all my TV I'm a baby boomer I got all my. Television programming from the nineteen sixties I'm caught up in the. Sixties and seventies rock and roll you know, and Jato dabble in, a much but I do go to YouTube and do a lot of research up but that, caught my interest when you said that 'cause I thought man you've gotta be kidding. Well that not explain why people are, acting so screwed up right now When was it not true Weird man no to me it's I I'll draw the line. There I'll just tell? You win. Was. It not, true Well when were. When were we. Not acting. Weird it was what was. The, last year we had that. Wasn't weird that's true you. Got a point point Because I really like. What you're saying but hold. On a second. So like I look at that in terms of like at you right so let's go back to the sixties I just happened to watch I was watching I sometimes go back and I, watched the early pilots of shows that you and I would have grown. Up with right and the pilots were, so bad that I can't even imagine like how did they stay on the year before they finally found. Their? Groove and then later on they got good but some of those just was and I think really just came down to there were just three networks right and so it wasn't that they could get away with murder. Because there, was no one else, where you could go able TV came along right or satellite or any. Of the stuff that's online. All the digital stuff I mean I don't even I I have one TV in my house that can pick up. Broadcast, signals I don't otherwise watch him and so? I think what's interesting to me is to see. That it even. I think. There's a lot more quality Programing today than there was Although I'm, a big fan of like I like to go back and watch early episodes of like man from simply that totally works for me But it's. Interesting to see how some of? Those other early shows were like my, mother the car it's just a terrible show it's just a terrible show how does it ever stay on No that's true Few shows in the seventies and my parents used to watch. Down the seventies I was more into rock and, roll and everything but it used to watch all those cop shows. A, police shows San Francisco year Oh man Starsky and hutch and on and on and. On and on and.
"starsky" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Kidding well that not explain why people, are acting so screwed up right now When was it not true Weird man no to me it's I I'll draw the line there I'll just tell? You when. Was. It not, true When will we not acting weird It was the what was the last. Year we. Had that wasn't weird that's. Crew you got a point point I don't know because. I? Really like what you're saying but homeland. So like I look at. That in terms. Of like a trajectory right so let's go back to the sixties I just happened to watch I was watching I sometimes go back and I watched the early pilots of shows that you, and I would have grown up with right in the pilots were so. Bad that I can't even imagine like, how did they stay on the air before they finally found their groove and then later on they got good. But? Some of those it just was and I think really just came down to there were just three networks right and so it wasn't that they could get away with murder because there was nowhere else where you. Could go, cable TV came along, right or satellite or any of the stuff that's online all the digital. Stuff I. Mean, I don't, even I. I have one TV in my house that can pick up broadcast signals I don't otherwise I mean watch him and. So I think what's interesting to me is to see that it even. I think. There's a lot more quality Programing today than there was Although I'm, a big fan of like I like to go back and watch early episodes of like man from ankle Like that totally works for me Yeah but it's interesting to see how some of those other, early shows were like my mother the. Car is just a. Terrible show just a terrible show how does it ever stay on No that's true Few shows in the seventies and my parents used to watch. Down the seventies I was more into rock and roll and everything that we used to watch all those cop shows. The, police shows To San Francisco yeah Right man Starsky and hutch and on and on. And on and on and there was two comedy sitcom shows on during that time that would not even, be politically correct now one.
"starsky" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Television programming from the nineteen sixties I'm caught up in the, sixties and, seventies rock and roll you know and I don't dabble. In a much but I do go to YouTube and do a. Lot. Of research and but that. Caught my interest when. You said that 'cause I thought man you gotta be. Kidding well that not explain why people are acting so screwed, up right, now When was it not true Weird man, no to me it's I. I'll draw the line there I'll just tell you? When was it not true When will we not, acting weird. It, was that, what was, the last year we had. That wasn't weird that's true you got a point I don't. Know? Because I really like what you're saying. But hold on a second. So like I. Look at that in terms of like a trajectory right so let's go back to the sixties I just happened to watch I was watching I sometimes go back and I watched the early, pilots of shows that you and I would have grown up with right? And the pilots were so bad that, I can't even imagine like how did they stay on the air before they finally found their groove. And? Then later on they got good but. Some of those and I think we're really just came down to there were just three networks right and so it wasn't that they could they kind of get away with murder because there. Was nowhere, else where you could, go cable TV came along right or satellite or any of the stuff. That's online all the. Digital stuff I mean I don't even I I have one TV in my house that can pick up broadcast signals I don't watch him and so I think what's interesting to me is to see? That it even. I think. There's a lot more More quality programming today then there was Although I'm a big fan of like I like, to go back and, watch early episodes like. Man from uncle That, totally works for me But it's interesting to see how some of those other early, shows were like my mother the car. Is just a terrible show. It's just a terrible show how does it ever stay on No that's true Shows in the seventies and my parents used to watch. Down the seventies I was more into rock and. Roll and everything we used to watch all those cop. Shows, police shows To San Francisco yet Right oh man Starsky and hutch and on and on. And on and on and.
"starsky" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"The edge fought had thank you so much remember the grand ballroom but driving wheel baby anyway grandy ballroom was the late sixties way early seventies this comes from nineteen seventy five back when people had really really horrific haircuts and crappy close to really crappy plus however i i do you have any regrets in life here's one of my regrets i don't have many but one of my regrets i had three leather coats out of the seventy s that were just stunning we're talking like the huggy bear what is what what was in starsky and hutch the pimp that i had one of those with the wide lapels leather and it was knee length like a car code i guess it called outstanding and then i had one that was a jacket bananal other kind of a yellowish leather waco and i had another one that was falling down to the ankles that was a straight up pimple leather that back then it made sense it wasn't like i was trying to dress in a costume it was what you wear when you went to waco i i got rid of all three of them i don't know why were there are somebody's wearing them now i think i'd donated them but man i regret i i want to get those back for anybody's wearing my coat could you please get it back to me now we're talking about before before the bottom of the hour before the alternative bump music friday which it is alternative bump music that was alternative bump music radio that happens only on fridays on the edge talking about this it's it's horrible what's going on right now being exposed now we the thinking already knew this we knew that the fbi from several layers down is straight up corrupt because they were appointed by a corrupt progressive administration it's what progressives.
"starsky" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Yeah begin with you know if you if you have that here cutting was career you can be executed oh no it's a lot of copying his only he can have that haircut i didn't know that i am a leisure suit he wears the leisure suits from the seventies i must i must admit i did have one in the seventies leaderships remember the ties for fat oh my god like during starsky and hutch days the big fat tai bo colombo fat ties or you would have the leisure suit with the shirt underrate longsleeve shirt it was usually kinda like silk feel to it and it would have like flowers or balloons i mean men what were we thinking in the seventies so we will keep close tabs on this i've written about north korea lot i will continue to do so we're going to keep monitoring how that develops and then trump is also dealing with the iran deal collapsing and how we're going to navigate through next steps with that so he's got a lot on his plate and certainly doesn't need this year to now russian collusion witchhunt that continues to go on with the mueller investigation you know i have to say that republicans have really thrown our president and the american people who voted for him under the bus because they didn't provide any reasonable guardrails for the smaller you know paul ryan and mitch mcconnell should be sitting down road rod rosenstein and jeff sessions and say we're done run year to this investigation it was only supposed to be about russian collusion they haven't found it.
"starsky" Discussed on RobinLynne
"You didn't win it by what about the other talking what no no cake calf keith cowboy started and then the love e cat just however with here that's right the love bug starsky i was the busy bee starsky which i took off the starsky too i'm just cheap rocket bisbee because i we end the beginning of that it was a little misunderstanding and we straight down l all right he was the l o v e b u g like the b u s y v so it sounded tiny but it wasn't the same that's why so i just so out boarding cowboy was one row actually took their terminated and then the you know how he did that there was a guy named billy that was with us that was i went to marlins high school at this time and he was he was getting drafted back in the seventies we were still getting drastic young men right you'll get drafted so none of that happened to none of us name we end we own the corners with hustlers and all around and all of a friend of ours had to go he got drafted he was nervous skating death nutting heen what and i was in flash happened to be playing music on now and get came cowboy was on the microphone shot and billy out yeah we right years this this seventy eight it's seventy okay well seventy nine nine when the music came on and everybody started and stuff hip hop you understand curry and and this is a hip hop came because cowboy said billy is on his way to nationally gauzed in ear all layer right layoff right here hall and don't stop layer frown he he was he was portraying the sergeant and the cough rooms in the in the marching when they go flair right here right male right he'll hop and don't stop and that's all he kept saying in the next day forbidden everybody british army popular yo talking about one what you're talking about william young you could billy william.
"starsky" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"And i think maybe save is every time that plays swat it was i think like starsky and hutch and then swat or the other way around but it was always on saturdays though remember sorry okay well i remember because i used to babysit the neighborhood kids maybe i was the only one they can trust but we weren't allowed to watch when i was like ten or eleven swat for my household considered too violent and certainly not starsky but heck if i was in somebody else's home get the kids off to bed by like nine o'clock parents wouldn't be home until midnight or you just set the dvr and watch it after the kids went you would've thought i would've done that wouldn't you way back then what was that seventy six seventy seven something like that i don't know longtime ago anyway that's what that brings you back to okay what does that have to do with anything nothing we were talking earlier about eight seven seven planner if you wanna get on board eight seven seven seven five two six six three seven talking about spousal social security that was kind of the main topic before and i want to continue this because really didn't get a chance we have some phone calls and emails to get you but on spousal social security this fausto benefit is confusing to some people because i think professor plum that they figure it just some extra amount that they get you know if if i'm receiving my social security my wife's receiving hers and then oh a spousal benefit well you know what i get a third check is that the deal it really doesn't work like that in a previous examples in the previous safest we were talking about somebody who was a traditional the old style traditional family one worker one non worker and how much the benefit west but that's not that common anymore so what we have now are in many cases to workers so the spousal benefit becomes complicated because do i get that third check or how does it work when we have a higher wage worker and a lower wage worker.
"starsky" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"He's sitting in the back in the rig that strapped into the back of the bed of the truck and he's doing all the driving through people's lawns and just missed the oak tree and blah blah blah now the thing i found interesting about it was in that movie the people in the cab at the truck the actors who are being film this is all about realism remember in the back you know you watch and old starsky and hutch episode and you'll see you guys clearly wearing a bad wig i always like it when they didn't have female stunt driver and they have a hot blindness a passenger which would be a dude with a must ask for the blonde wig on him just going buys the car went sliding out her is rod whatever plus that yeah so they want the reactions but is tanner would tell me is well it was fine because all of the people in the cabinet truck were scared shitless her and with the wru skis invading and then flying over lawns row that's rory nursing murphy correction but i said with baby driver the guys driving the cars cool ceo number and the other guys are seasoned robbing vets they're not supposed to be going like the disaster things over a sunglass those guys really had to act cool while this guy was driving the jesus out of the subaru here's this right he is crazy is that how is an insurance adjusters abc and you see this crazy wrigley like oh yeah that's way safer than having a guy learn how to drive over the last six months like that seems weymont struck the dread nod at least equally as dangerous as professional but that's not normal driving.
"starsky" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"You know you didn't see much of because number wanted and put up the money to sponsored he shows right but also they couldn't compete with like a cgm you know most of these shows that we're talking about uh you know majority years uh a gm and uh and and four products man and that might be much favour schoebel i don't know there's so many i didn't watch as much tvs lot of people when i certainly watched enough i may not this is just to find the car is define a lot of these shows certainly magnum p i i would say okay here's another one starsky and hutch where you'll fan of that i like the movie which was newer i never watched the tv show really i mean it looks like it's something i've enjoyed but i didn't watch it number i'm not going store now being a car guy you know i love the chase scenes and the jump into bridges and all at ad but folks i gotta admit one thing days he was hot eighty with those genes that little folkston when i go back and i talk and i do so in my starsky wait a minute did i say did i say do to hazardous it store scheme no no problem whatsoever because look i wanted you to do that too okay and i know i'm getting yellow out of sorts here dukes of hazard is what we're looking for but we can talk about daisy i got no problems whatsoever talking about daisy duke so tell me about the challenger there will that that was the general lido chargers man and you know what that car uh again if you she won at you auction of you see one for sale or whatever it's a clone it's not the real thing i believe on that series i've i remember right right they crashed about thirty albahm and there's a lot of the scenes where you actually you'll see one end all filmed the whole scene if you see the tv series now with it dose filmed the whole scene with the whole loved cited a car that's because the rights i was crashed in a previous seen really yeah that's really cool got a tip you know.
"starsky" Discussed on /Film Daily
"Also in the news james gunn is reportedly working on a starsky and hutch reboot uh that he might actually uh direct for uh yeah uh we don't know very much about this uh the gun has come out on twitter and said that there's a lot of misinformation about the starsky and hutch tv show out there uh we do know that the hollywood reporter story that reported this said that paramount passed on it and we know that paramount and pass on it um but we don't know if this gonna actually come about or not i am not a person that's has strong ties to starsky and hutch jack drew who wrote haircuts less from the com is much more passionate about this franchise i also didn't like that uh that movie reboot that happened a few years ago uh a few years ago two thousand four starring ben stiller and own wilson uh do either view have any uh glove for starsky and hutch not really i never even thought of read it fell i do not know much about it i didn't grow up watching the show but at the time i liked the movie and it was definitely one of the lesser uh ben stiller own wilson comedies from around that era but i i thought it was charming enough um i don't know about it just seems like another thing were they're just like oh name recognition name recognition let's go let's go people recognize this so i don't know i am not thrilled about the idea but if james gunn is writing the script uh maybe he'll be able to sort of through what is probably a pre outdated and lame premise for up to five broadcasts are a cable show or whatever these days and maybe he can tap into something a little bit deeper that will make us worth watching and also uh.
"starsky" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Jobs early on in the dot com major or whatever or the no it's like they're they're they're riding a wave the the question is subsidies other truck drivers who who aren't working there i think you might have rougher go of it because the the way the most likely truck driving jobs are going to change that going to require a lot more you know basically ability to work with a computer starsky imagines truck drivers a sort of driving trucks the in what kind of looks like an air traffic control centre where you'd be like basically steering remotely and able to to control maybe a couple of trucks at once and the others are skills that probably will we require a college degrees in the in the long run so this is a little bit different than what we picture sort of ilan must skin google in their enterprise for selfdriving autonomous vehicles are certain stages of autonomy and it seemed like the trucking is slightly less autonomous in a sense that somebody can still be there needs to be there will they're all different thoughts on this and end there and different companies have have sort of different approaches but when you think about trucking there's a lot of expensive cargo that has to be unloaded and loaded onto the truck so you're probably going to need a person to supervise that part of the sort of transport and so that is ten of creates an opportunity were given that you have that person there you can use that person to sort of supplement the computer so whereas ford and google are going for what's on his level for autonomy which means basically you know you could take a nap in the car while all it's going a lot of these trucking companies are going for sort of more incremental approach that would allow this to happen faster and i think that's what's both a little bit interesting and also a little bit scary went for right yeah and in the end the car was one of the drivers in one of the coders yeah what was it like so i've been in selfdriving cars before this was a little bit scared just because it was is poor start i mean when you're when you're in that goal car that's a alphabet it's google getting a crash thick i but i mean.
"starsky" Discussed on Decrypted
"Before the break max you're explaining that even though the trucking industry employs millions of people it's actually facing a big shortage of workers and automating the driving process could directly address this so let's explain what exactly automation and balls okay so there to basic components the the sensors that are collecting data and the algorithms so the censors they tell the computer where the vehicle is what surrounded and then the algorithms crunch the data to figure out what it should tell the vehicle to do companies that are aiming for the most advance autonomy use something called lied are which stands for light detection and ranging of course it somewhat controversial because uber and google are now fighting over some intellectual property around lighter starsky like tesla use his raiders in camera yeah it's a lower tech approach and stephane late it out for me during a ride so what we have here are by two automotive really really highquality cameras with high body one is until i got it so while we trove jeff the driver basically kept his hands off the wheel and and kevin keo a starsky engineer kept an eye on the systems using a laptop and a tablet that was built into the dashboard so at the moment i am we have we have marketbased routes data we do bottom at the moment it relies heavily on the lamarcus gutted getting some information from gps bush currently am it's going most with information lamers a similar is tesla autopilot so the car is basically watching the road through cameras and sensors and trying to stay in the lane the way a real driver would samak's what happens if the lane markings are faded or simply aren't there.