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"steve hall" Discussed on LifePix Relationships With ST

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08:16 min | Last month

"steve hall" Discussed on LifePix Relationships With ST

"You know vice versa. Yeah, your relationship is open. There's no secrets and get to know everything and truly trust and work and build on each other. Now you speak about sharing interests. How did you get into it? And what is that done for a relationship a good question early on we had a lot of shared interests. Anyway used when we got married. I wanted to learn how to walk. They've taught me how to ski so we are Avid skiers motorcycles the whole family ride motorcycles racing motorcycles all the time. Yeah birthday challenge to it. Yeah, we had been doing shared interests. We we really began to challenge ourselves when Jana one day tells me she wants to climb Mount Washington and Washington here is this huge mountain is the largest mountain west of the Mississippi at least largest vertical and I'm like why on Earth would we want to do that? We could drive up and yet she wanted to do it insist into it's like okay. I got to get in shape and do it. And that was of course a long time ago. I Was Eighteen years ago, but but we did it on her birthday 18 years ago. We from there. It's sort of started like, okay. Well I get the challenge you and so we learned to see kayak something's really challenging. It was like, okay, that sounds interesting. That's that's fun. Let's do it. I mean do together. So we've got all these really good stories and we've got really really bad stories, but they're fun story and some things we did once and sometimes we continue to do or continue to do you know, that's where having fun and planning wage. Sharing together what you know what? Okay. What's our next plan? You know, what are we going to do next and planning for and having a good time about the book was fun together? Yeah. Yeah writing. The book was fun together. So I was the first one suggested in Genesis was just write a book, you know any refund so these interests. Yeah, they're like the birthday Challenge and doing all these really cool things and planning for them are big things and they could be exciting like, you know, okay, so I'm going out on this whole major trip. Maybe it's not something I really want to do, but it might be really cool. How about 58 dangerous? Does that mean I always have to be involved with my partner and what they're doing and how do you balance it? I think when stupid Skydome I wasn't going to take that into it. He did it. He had great time and I said go for it. That's what you want to do. Now. You don't always have to I think a lot of the fun is just planning it together and then going on the computer and it's researching it and planning it you're doing all of that together and then you're learning this new thing and then going out and actually doing it. You know, it brings you together. So shared interests. Yeah, you don't always have to if it's something that you I would never bungee jump. Yeah that kind of thing with day-to-day. There's some of those fun things their day-to-day as well because you've got cooking. You've got cleaning. I can't say it's fine. Yeah, we do the job. You can have fun cooking. We we don't plan meals like way ahead and yesterday we yeah, yeah. Yeah, sometimes the disaster and you know, we'll just figure something out. Like what's that long as we have to think like would it be putting it? Do you remember we can't make it can't reproduce it cuz we don't know where he put in, you know, those kind of things were day to day meal prep could be a lot of fun and Illustrated. This was looking like a birthday or anything. I mean just anything you do what programs you might watch. We've we've discovered YouTube. So we have fun watching YouTube Janis all hooked on if had I not watch the hiking videos on YouTube. I just want to watch I think everything you do. If you're having fun together, even the mundane becomes exciting. Yeah. What was your hardest Rome follow? I would say want to jump in. All right, sir. I think the whole the whole jealousy thing as I talked about earlier, that's that's our hardest. That's the hardest thing early on. It's really tough to Thursday. Be someone's paying attention to your your partner. I think that's very difficult. You can get very defensive about it. And you've got to learn too long as you have that trust and friendship. You gotta have a reason to trust your partner off the whole key but being trustworthy right? I think another one is difficult as we see so many people get caught up in the drama. It's so easy to be dramatic to take things. So seriously to take work so seriously, and I think that's hard to overcome but yet you have to you've got to it's not don't take yourself. So damn seriously lighten up and I think when you do that or take your relationship when you lighten up, I think it's a whole lot more fun and a whole lot more beneficial. So I think those are certainly two huge ones and and the bite your lip thing that is and that's hard. Maybe that's my hardest one thousand white your list. I remember I worked with a a woman and works used to tell me she says inside voice keep that in your head. Don't say it out loud. Okay. You're right go ahead and have to agree. The early on that was tough being trustworthy. You know, you always hope that trust is there but sometimes it is to be like you say the wrong thing or not be there when you should or we talk on the book about not bringing up past fights bring up past wrongdoings. You should forget those those should that's it. You're you're done. You can't bring that back up again. Unless they do it again that you could bring up a thing from the past. Well, no, I mean Janice can I get this thing about piles? She calls them, you know, I'm trying to be organized. So I put everything in a pile drives her crazy. It's like I said, I need great so that kind of gets it. Yeah. No. Yeah I get you on that pile. So just make me crazy. And yeah, like we talk about life after I do laundry that other stuff going in the trash. I need to hide in my sock because you know, it's going to turn out right. So if I see one stock I hide it, so just before she throws it away. I can't put one song. I have you two together, but there's no drama. I just hide the sock, right? That's there's no drama. So there is a secret. Yeah, but when we pulled laundry, I'll find him going out with massage. Yeah, I don't buy more stomach. She's got a lot of money but I I put up your awesome. Just awesome. What advice would you end this off with have an extraordinary relationship? I would say the first thing to do and the what you want to start doing is compliment just it's so easy and once you start off complimenting and you know, putting a smile on your face and being a fun person to be around that will start changing your relationship in the right direction. I think you really have to get to know your partner. This is somebody who you're thinking of spending good deal of time with perhaps rest of your life with I think you need to get to know your partner very well and I and the important thing is to know your hopes dreams and desires. Hope what is your partners hopes dreams wage. Desires and how do you fit in there? What can you do to help that out? And then to the layout your hopes dreams and desires and see if they mesh up and have just a nice conversation where you know in a summer time. We live in the the north so depends what time of year from you sit outside and do that, but I think those are the most important things is that get those over with and really get inside your your friends head. How do we complement each other compliment and complement and know that that person has those dreams and desires and continued help and do they match with yours and I think that's a whole key. And if you can't get past that then you're not compatible. You need to be compatible and it goes much beyond the lust and the love. It's you've got to like that person and share their dreams. Awesome. Thank you so much. It was great speaking with you and guys if you want to get this amazing book that you've been talking about the whole time. It's called fifteen rules for a loving lasting and satisfying relationship. It's really easy to read and has a lot of good stories and it helps you understand English. Boring too short like to the point tells you what to do. It's just awesome. You could get it on Amazon. Just type in fifteen rules. Steve and Janet Hall and I will come right up if you want to take it even further and get their work steps exactly what you should do to go and take your relationship to the next level get those worksheets get those support get those tools that you need that will dramatically change your life go to genius or page and chips. Right now and get that course where it's the poor you it's going to be awesome, and I know you could take your relationship to the next level. Thank you so so much Steven June, this is awesome. Great great to talk to you..

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"steve hall" Discussed on LifePix Relationships With ST

LifePix Relationships With ST

07:30 min | Last month

"steve hall" Discussed on LifePix Relationships With ST

"And then we have each other then somebody will say something a memory. That's funny and we laughed but yeah Europe has been to have a bad time not always fun, but you try to make those bad times come out positive and that's what we do and I think being together, you know, we work off each other. We we talk in a book about those moments where words for you have to be very careful about that and she is certainly better at that than I am but when we're discussing or when you get hot about something you have to choose your words carefully, even if it takes walk away or biting your lip and just holding it in it's hard. It's hard to hold it in sometimes but you just hold it in and then go back when you can discuss things rationally learn from your mistakes if there was a mistake, But one of us, you know, for example, you humbly apologize explain what you what you meant. Take it take the criticism. And yeah. Yeah, it's okay to do that's that's what friends do I say. Oh, yeah, I screwed up. Usually it's probably me more than you, right but tone it down a bit if there's anything that's most difficult to do I think is when your friend is frustrating you when your when your partner's frustrated you to hold it in if that if you need to work on anything, I think holding those words back so you don't say something you regret something that will last forever. I think that's one of the most important rules that you can yeah, it's a really hard wage and and it wait for the time when you can both learn from your mistakes one thing we've learned whether it's in business or or or in life is you make a mistake. There's a darn good lesson lesson in their life and move on. Yeah. It's a mistake. We all make mistakes, but we gotta learn from them. So learn from it and move on now how has your relationship changed from the beginning all the way till now it's been off. Of years, you know, it's yeah, we're going together 43 years married for forty, right? We definitely thirty years ago He always try to change together, you know, we talked about our five year plan and our ten year plan and Bradley want to be you know, those morphed over the years, you know first it was, you know, having children and then it was off, you know things change we change or different but we're still friends. I don't really good answer to okay in the book we talked about the other toughest emotions get over is jealousy and I think that's one of those things where early on that is your one of your biggest challenge because and there's jealousy of the heart jealousy of other folks, but there's also you know, the attention that the other person might be getting and then that's jealousy of one succeeding more than the other or one having more free time than the other all those kind of things and early on I think until you build a trust I'm trusting relationship those things weigh heavy on Thursday and I think over time as you begin to trust and know your partner much longer than those kind of kind of way and of course, you know over time we over time we learn to just if someone's paying attention to age Senator or vice versa doesn't happen very much anymore. Whereas we're getting older here. But now we kind of like joke each other's hey guys. Check me out. Yeah, so got it, you know instead of getting upset about it. But you know remember that person chose be with you and I think again that's maybe one of the most difficult emotions to get over but when you get over it you behave trust your partner enough to say, hey check that out then you can you again have fun every day and laughed every situation. Yeah. It's literally like taking something that some people break up from divorce and instead you go and have a blast about it completely opposite. Well a lot of time exactly. Yeah, no doubt of that with heart jealousy takes maturity would see that wasn't us early on we talked about the book, you know, we had to learn to get there because we weren't together that long there was some jealousy of the heart there was times where it was really challenging really trying but we learned to get over that over time comes that kind of maturity. Yeah. I'm noticing while you're talking to each other wage. Here's this great respect that you have with each other the way you talk to each other the way you let each other speak, but it's not in your book, you know, we really didn't touch on that. We kind of talked around it the way you know, we always helped each other and you know, we talk about further in each other's careers and where we are in life by helping each other out and we've got a house we had kids. I stayed home. I watch the kids. I started my own damn business. So it kind of went like that Dave was able to eventually start his own business and then you put me through school. Then I put him through school. So we have respect for each other in a way that we work off each other and rather get jealous of the other one. We just we learned to complement each other the STI gotta disagree with you and we talked about the last rule life liberty and the pursuit of happiness is where each and every person we only have one life God only gives one life in this world and we only get one chance at this unless you believe in reincarnation or something in that case. If you love that person to really respect that person that person really is your best friends. Then how could you not have mutual respect for that person not allow them to be themselves at their own opinions. So yeah, I do I I talked about because I think it's it's important that we understand that your partner chose to stay with you but that doesn't mean they sacrifice their life because of it it's together and it's an equal equal thing. But each one should be going after their dreams and yeah, each person is their own personal life and you're awesome relationship that complements each other. So your best friends and you're doing everything together. Do you ever feel like you need space from each other? We have our own friends. We have our own interests to stay will go on motorcycle rides are erasing that kind of thing. I'm home reading or you know shopping doing my own thing. So yeah, we do we have our own time, but I think it's really important to take the fun. Even at work what you did that day what you did away from each other come back and tell your story together and say, you know, wow I had the greatest day. Let me tell you about it. So yeah. Yeah share your thoughts. As we talked about that in the book as well about sharing a good source when you're apart and something fun happens, you gotta you share. So there's not that their secrets you sharing the funds you had finding, you know, you need to share with your partner with your partner wants you to have fun. So just because they weren't beer they're not jealous. They wanted to have a good life. They wanted to have fun and enjoy yourself and things were good. So when you share with them and makes them feel good that you had a good time. Now off the topic of Secrets. Do you think that couples have to share everything or could there be some things that aren't said I guess it all depends if it's going to be a hurtful thing. I don't know that I would want to share something hurtful. If it didn't matter. It's not going to be different. If it's something that has to be said, I would definitely help them help I pretty much don't everything but that's a tough one. Yeah. I think you don't want to be hurtful. We do talk about we have input from home of other couples as well and one couple Duggar Maria told us that you don't forget the cellphones. I never go in Janet's person. She never goes to my wallet, but she certainly is walking and going my lawn and a same here and log That's a joke. Maria talked about is that there's no reason why you know Facebook those kind of things. Maria said she actually knows couples who block their partner on Facebook. Why on Earth would you do that? What kind of relationship do you think it's that's crazy and that's more of an open relationship where I've got nothing to hide. I think that comes over time comes over trust and you've got to earn trust from partner and I think that's where that comes in. So yeah, we don't have any secrets are very few secrets and sharing the fun stuff is the important stuff as well or or sharing I try to fill her in on everything is going on with a business with kind of keep her running on what what I did during the day and.

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"steve hall" Discussed on LifePix Relationships With ST

LifePix Relationships With ST

08:02 min | Last month

"steve hall" Discussed on LifePix Relationships With ST

"Hey guys. Hope you're having an awesome. Awesome day. I'm really excited for today's episode. First of all, because a couple and I know you love that and second any of you who got the genius relationship course to improve your relationship and take it to a whole new level will know who Our Guest is today. They are one of the contributors to the genius relationship online course that you can go and get right nice to nice to relationships.com. And if you got the programme, you already know who I'm talking about because I live there's only one couple and that is Steven Janet Hall. Well, I'm really excited to talk to them. They are the authors of 15 rules for a long lasting and satisfying relationship and they literally took their relationship and broke her down into 15 easy steps and ways for you to come down and make your relationship extraordinary. Thank you so much Steve internet for being here. Let's start right away. How did you meet each other that just entering High School anyone? You meet your Going to make sure that you have those three elements that we always talk about that you like the person that you love the person and that you lost a loss is usually less as usual. First one, right? You're physically attracted to that person. I guess the person What's the difference between like and love? You want me to take this one? All right, love I think love comes from the heart. Sometimes love comes from people confuse love and lust we talked about in the book and there's a big difference so you can be physically attractive somebody but not really truly love them in your heart and and then liking I mean you hear so often from people that I love them but I can't live on the murder. I can't you know, we carried away with you people even kind of divorce they have children together. They still have love and caring for that person, but they're not attracted to that person anymore. That's not person that they really buying their life where they don't like him anymore. You know, they love or they don't like them. Well, there's a difference. What's that love? And what's the like, what are you going to like about a person almost? Like when you love you care deeply you care about every little thing that goes wrong in their life you like like his like his friendship. Let me jump in here life like his friendship. It's we talked about four. We think a relationship could be really strong. Someone something's going to last as long as ours. Longer, of course people. We we talked to people in Mary Longhorn us as well or together and you've got to be best friends. You've got to like like you've got your you had your best friends in in high school and elementary school or wherever, you know, I'm not sure that it's the same sort of relationship that your partner the person who's spending the most time with you have to like him as a friend and that's the whole key and and doing things with them and having shared interests having someone who is their trusting person someone who is there when you're feeling down or or someone who can make you laugh and someone you can laugh with that's the key to a lasting relationship. So the liking Park the Friendship part and the loving part is the curing yes. Yes. I think there's a huge difference there. Yes, there is difference there. Now what made you decide to write the book? It's funny. It's Thursday my Toastmasters if you don't know what Toastmasters is, it's a speaking group. We for fun go go challenge ourselves to speak as so we needed a speaker didn't have one genome. Coming back from the airport at car. We we just came up with a quick speech and it was at the time was eleven rolls. We just went to down fast. It was such a big hit that we decided that we're going to write a book about it. And that's how it is simply came about but it was from friends who kept asking us. Yeah, how do you guys stay together? Because we have gone through a lot because we were work basically growing up. We started businesses lost businesses and played that had to figure a way out of that. We had a son injured in Iraq and if we lost our daughter, you know, we both have busy careers and you know, a lot of those stressors that everybody else has and we're able to get off we did. This is a really good time to say, how did we do it think about it put it in words and hopefully help somebody else. Yeah. Do you think your challenge is brought you closer together? Yeah, I mean if you didn't have some of those challenges obviously everyone has challenges, but you have some really big ones. Do you think if maybe some of them you wouldn't have had then your relationship would be a bit different I think was the other way around. I think we suck. We were strong I disagree with yeah, we were we were strong before I think that's the whole key. That's how you get through. Those is the the Friendship no drama those kind of things and that's how you get through those particular box is, you know, cut the drama be friends. You can joke with each other. I think we definitely lean on each other we have any time that we had a stressor we had each other to lean on and it was I think the outcome I absolutely know that depend on speed for anything and he can depend on me and that trust is there and we talked about in the book through the tough times. Like for example, we go through how difficult it is to lose a loved lose a daughter but that could be a pad that could be anything anything that you're heartbroken over or or loss of a job or or anything stressful and how it would be so much easier to just give up and just let go to go into depression and really where we both wanted to go but we felt that we had we owed it to the other person to suck it up and just be there for that person and that's how you're able to get through tough times as well or we were able to get through our tough time. So sucking it up and and getting up every day to try to try to move on from a really dramatic loss or drastic loss was loved it was it was showing love for the other person because that we wouldn't be I wouldn't be there to support her if I had given up on myself. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So you first had your strong relationship and then cuz of that you were able to get through everything else. You think if you wouldn't have then it wouldn't have worked like that. I think so. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I just think that every challenge we've been through just made us stronger. Yeah. Okay. So besides for being black friends, which is a rule number one and super important. What other rules do you think obviously they're all important. But which other rules do you think contribute a whole lot to your relationship? I would say that for me it was having fun together. We are friends but we we do things together. We we have our own friends, but we do a lot together and I think that and when our kids were little with our grandchildren, we do things as a family we have those but fun is also every day through the mundane through the when things aren't going. Well we talked about that in the book where things aren't going well that you just have to take in and laugh and we give an example in the book about this horrible trip was a fun trip. But but this horrible day in Nova Scotia, Canada things just went so bad and rather than getting upset about it off. We have a laugh and we we look at those situations as how we're going to have a really good story when this is done. This is horrible day is going to be like, we got a really good story down and you know, I think you can come in to Thursday with that kind of attitude and you know be able to chuckle together and laugh together and and laugh at the mundane things. We talked about laughing when we're all raking leaves or mowing the grass or doing a long long list of Janet's honeydew stuff that I get from her, you know, we try to laugh over and laugh over the let list like when we say I haven't even started to listen just throwing something else on the list, but that could be anything out where you're at work and you're having a stressful day, you know put on that smile and get through your day is going to go better for you, right? Cuz we yeah good point because we talked about being a good friend being good partner being a good life really comes down to taking care of yourself and doing your part the fifteen rules, but also doing your part about being a good person some of those fun to hang around with and that's what we do. So we we laugh every day. Yep. Laugh each other and left left with each other and you know in a nice way. So do you ever have bad days or bad moments? Cuz it sounds like you just like make everything fun. We try to of course, there's always sometimes and that's what we have both try to be strong for each other. So and that's what gets us through it. Yeah, we cry.

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Dolphins Hall of Fame coach Don Shula dies at 90

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00:47 sec | 7 months ago

Dolphins Hall of Fame coach Don Shula dies at 90

"Steve hall of fame football coach don Shula has died at age ninety had twenty one interceptions in seven seasons as an NFL defensive back in the fifties then got into coaching leading to thirty three straight years as a head coach of the colts and dolphins winning three hundred forty seven games including playoffs both NFL records to this day by reminding us at KCBS of John Madden segment with Shula in two thousand nine that started with Madden saying they both were lousy golfers the only difference being that while Shula paid a lot of money for lessons to become lousy he Madden was lousy naturally great I'm glad that the reason that I'm so that I could be a madness but every time we play

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"steve hall" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"steve hall" Discussed on Amanpour

"No one knew idiot these things I was talking about the people I I was around barely knew where New Orleans was as none of this had any significance for them. It could not speak for me. I had to somehow be composed and be the person who who I was without any of the narratives I had or the stories I was telling about myself and Barundi was great for that for that reason wooded wooded you learn about home and community in your own connection to home and community by being in Burundi. Well you know it was interesting because the thing I learned about myself is that I go around essentially trying to find siblings and Bruni also reminded me that it was time to go back home that these people were home that Burundians had found their place and they were they're wrestling with it and interrogating it and being in it and it was time for me on some level to go back to the place I was essentially running from and that's New Orleans Not New York there from New York but when you say home you're referring to New Orleans after six months is suddenly moved back to New Orleans why you so after a year actually in Burundi a decided to go back. I felt the gaps were becoming very apparent to me in in terms of what I knew you know. I didn't know anything about my simply because it was really hard to talk to them. You know there was no what's APP at the time. My mother was writing these varies sort of scarce letters that didn't have a lot of information so I felt the distance and I come from a family that is very close and very connected so that that felt untenable for me and then also I got a random random call from a woman working in City Hall and Mayor Ray Nagin sort of embattled embattled at the time and and and it came about that I was searching for a job and a friend said I have the perfect person and then this woman calls me from City Hall and says we've read some of your writing eating about New Orleans. We think you would be you know really good and perfect to help us talk about the recovery and so I talked to her on the phone and it was a communication job. I decided it would be my way back into New Orleans. One of the interesting things about the hurricane is that it brought people like yourself back would left New Orleans a long time ago including me. I came back and moved back to New Orleans but on the flip side of that we lost a lot of people that haven't come back to the storm. How has that affected New Orleans and and to some extent your sense of the place well that's an important part of what happened and for me in my own family so many of my siblings have and yet to return you know they found better jobs elsewhere or they just financially haven't been able to come back. I think that has essentially essentially changed in a way the nature of the city itself I remember right after you know in two thousand eight when it came back to work for the Mayor Living on Kimbro street in the Carrollton area and realizing that the rent that I was paying was eight hundred dollars higher than the rent you know before the storm and it made me really think about how it was possible for people all to return and so I am hyper aware I think of of how the fabric has changed. I know that many New Orleans have and yet to return even now and you moved back. Do you think for good you know. I have a little yellow house. I never thought thought I wanted a yellow house but I fell in love with this yellow house in the Marigny neighborhood and you know I'm there in New Orleans at least once a month to be with my mom and my siblings and so it's where I live part of the time if I'm not in Harlem. I'm generally in my little house in the Marigny. Arnie is nice to have a yellow house that sort of inbetween the French quarter back in New Orleans East. I hope you make it home. Thank you so much. Thank you thank you even off to tragedy. The lucky. Ones can go home again but that's it for now. Remember you can listen to a.

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"steve hall" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

14:03 min | 1 year ago

"steve hall" Discussed on Amanpour

"I wonder when you saw those five hundred hours of tape. You were amazed by how much she was also recording own side thoughts whenever something like this happened and this of course when a bomb damage to your home and you obviously you really afraid for your lives and yeah I mean one of the things he said to me was that the camera was kind of her confidante so luckily for all of us and for the film she recorded a lot of those personal moments that she didn't even talk to answer about I think and that was again one of the things that fell back extraordinarily really to be allowed into someone's personal world in that way that she her best friend was the camera in some of those circumstances. There's some of the worst circumstances and again we saw those beautiful pictures of you and getting married again under siege small party but absolutely beautiful. It's it's a life affirming scene and you filmed it phenomenally from almost all angles. I don't know how you manage it but it was pretty amazing French. Okay great friends. I'm but as as I said did hums a no has when he saw the finished product. Did he know all the things you told your camera without him being being around the said cigarettes messages. I was telling the camera he wasn't new aborted Patino that I was filming everything and he was the first I like that he was so annoyed by having all around all the time and he told me this directly many times like like I wanna live with you. I don't want to leave you with. Is it coming up and the fact that the first time I felt that he really recognized how this is really important was when we lost one of our vistaprint's yeah he was in the hospital before and at that moment not just everyone around. I felt that they've seen in their own is that this is really important for all all of us so. I guess one last question this is incredible storytelling which has taken everybody who seen it by storm and will probably go on on to win a huge number of awards and put Syria in everybody's face again in a very different way but aside as one. This is one of the things I'm sorry for this. I wish like I would love when someone said like Assad doin like he will never ever one like if he won Tom. This is Syria now. It's all destroyed. Thousands of people are being killed thousands of people in there in this and his brother presents the now six hundred Fiji Reggie around the world like if doin this people all should be back and unfortunately they lost area out of his control still being targeted and certain to be totally destroyed by the Russian on by his forces and now Syria. It's not like really Syria as like husband law forces Iranian forces. It's Russian forces and he's he's not in control anymore. It's more about really how we can start thinking about the first step of accountability T- of what happened in Syria and all this crimes thinking about how we can continue our life out of Syria until one they will be all back and hopefully in free any Sandia that we want and that's the message of your film which essentially is a letter for Somma your daughter. Thank you so much. Keep Edwards. Thank you very much thank you and you can catch this extraordinary film for some on PBS later this fall wide and Edward also hoped to play the film for the UN Security Council. So now we turn to hurricanes and the destruction they wreak Dorian has caused dozens of deaths in parts of the Bahamas but our next guest reminds us that the thousand remain long after the storm has caused back in August two thousand five Hurricane Katrina wreck the home of New Orleans writer Sarah Broom and tore up her city her debut memoir. The Yellow House is an intimate look at a family that scattered across America but felt the gravitational pull of home and she sat down with Isaac sent to tell him about healing and what remains after all seems to have gone Sarah Welcome to the show. Oh and this is such a joy for me somebody from New Orleans my hometown and you grew up and what we call the East which was one thousand nine hundred sixties development men and for our viewers who quite know the distinction talk about New Orleans East and what's called the lower ninth ward sure so new Orleans east part of the Ninth Ward and so oh the Lord ninth is in the Ninth Ward. Both of those areas are essentially bifurcated from the city by a navigation channel called the industrial canal which connects the Mississippi River and Lake pontchartrain and so New Orleans East. It's a huge area of of the city that is composed of many different neighborhoods the lower nine is closer to the Mississippi sort of right against in a way the canal and is one specific neighborhood and so the East I always think of as a much larger section of the city and the book the the Yellow House is very much a part of trying to own the city after the hurricane and you feeling like okay. It's my city to sure and for me. This is a very old feeling the feeling of what does it mean to belong to a place. What does it mean for instance instance to be a new ORLEAN and I was actually contending with this question long before Katrina. I was thinking about this the day after I left the a yellow house for College. I was thinking what does it mean that I grew up in this house where the ground outside was always soft so I was obsessing over that and then I think what ended up happening was after Katrina came and then in two thousand six when the house was demolished suddenly as a writer later I was contending with laws and you know I say in the work that I feel absence more strongly than presents and I think the fact of that led me to try to interrogate. Would it meant would it all match and that was an enormous voyage. Oy itch that I couldn't have predicted. What did it mean for your family in nineteen sixty one for your mom to say we're going to have a yellow house or awesome big deal you know my mother bought the house at when she was nineteen years old and it was her piece of land. It was her spot in the world. She made it incredibly beautiful. She sewed all the curtains for this house. It was a place I think she instantly felt tethered to and that part heart fascinates me because the house is the most perfect metaphor I think for who we all are in the world for or would it means to have a kind of interior already and to have a physical place that we're connected to so so from my mom I meant all of those things and then of course she raised her twelve children in that house and so we were in a way you know the little houses walking around the house wasn't wasn't there and it was my mother who had the insight about the ways in which people become houses and become places until you trace back one hundred years. I think your family to think rose Louisiana and then to the Yellow House in New Orleans East and it sort of culminates for you with this sense of place you get from the house. What was it like back when all of a sudden the hurricane heads so it's interesting because I had been having very conflicted feelings about the house in the years leading up to Katrina in two thousand and five and so I think the moment when the house was battered which was really Would it was was shocking for me. That doesn't quite say say it college shocking but the moment I always think about was going there with my siblings. We were there quite early back in New Orleans after the storm store. My grandmother had in fact died a month to the day of the storm the day after her funeral we drove to to New Orleans east and went to see the house my mother refused to get our car but all of us children's sort of ran to it and notice that by force of water there was another entrance made by nature essentially in the side of the House and so we all stood off from the outside peering in through this crack and seeing the detritus of lives lived my brothers dry cleaning and all the lampshades and the dressers from my childhood and that moment the feeling that something had been broken that it would never be see the same again is something that haunts me still tell me about Karl. Tell me what happened to him the hurricane and how he becomes a sentinel this book so Carl is one of my older brothers and probably for me. Just when I think of New Orleans I think of Carl he's that person from me and so he stayed in New Orleans during Katrina in fact he was acting like it was a really ordinary day. I I think many people do were and still do to this day. he drove home. He was aware that a storm was possibly coming and he fell asleep. He woke up and there was water in the house so the water kept rising and rising and of course this is after Katrina has already hit right right. What's happening now is that the levees have been breached and water is coming in and Curl essentially escapes the house by cutting through the roof with an axe he then stays on the roof for quite a long time and becomes a stranger in his own city and then shortly after the house was damaged. Njit was going there and checking on it and seeing how the house was doing is if the house was you know infirm like as if it were a person really or things that show painful painful in the book and I feel so sorry about too is that the house then get demolished by the authorities because there's nobody there array of the foundations and you never get notified. How tell me the pain of that well that that is a kind of existential feeling of loss for me and what I mean by that is it's sort of it's something is there the day before and then suddenly not the mind has a really hard time trying to process what happened and so because my brother Carl who is for me. The kind of sentinel of the book was showing up every day and sitting on this lot where you know where the house was and then he actually fell ill and was in the hospital hospital during the time when the notice was delivered in the house was ultimately demolished he showed up one day after getting out of the hospital and it was simply gone and then after the house was gone he went there every single day after work and sat watch and at some point he brought a very gorgeous ornate would table to the scene where our house used to be and he set up chairs around it and all of his friends would come and they'd hang out there. I would go there and we'd hang out there. He made it a place and in that way Carl is my mother through and through because that's the thing that she taught us whatever you have you make it beautiful you take care of it you see to it and curl did that all the way until the moment when the land was no longer hours when the Hurricane Katrina hit you are actually if I'm right up here in New York look city right. You're successful well known editor with Oprah's magazine but also journalists bride or had done many things at first you don't go home. I think you run into Samantha power the UN ambassador and your Barath and she gives is you one word on a map that you may not have even known much about right right. She says go to Burundi. It was the strangest thing I was sent in a kind kinda tailspin in the days after the storm you know where I just felt as if someone or something had died and those of us who've ever known grief no the feeling and the experience of that and I remember being at dinner with Samantha Power who then was you know had just written a problem from hell saying I giving her some very complicated idea about how I wanted to go elsewhere and think about the Global South and displacement this placement and she said you should go to Burundi and I said whereas Burundi and that sort of set off this journey that that I ended up taking aching Samantha Power had said you know you don't need a railing you know meaning you just show up and I don't know why I thought to take her at her word word. I somehow did but it was interesting to be in Burundi because I was completely stripped of any story ahead of myself or any story I had been and telling myself because in Burundi..

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"steve hall" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"steve hall" Discussed on Amanpour

"I'll tell you that there was another incident that followed just two months after that which again alarm the intelligence and agencies you'll remember this Christiane July two thousand seventeen. The President meets with Ladimir Putin at the g twenty in Hamburg Germany. It was a private meeting. He took the unusual step of confiscating skating his own interpreters notes afterwards. I'm told by an intelligence source that after this meeting as well the intelligence community was concerned that the president again improperly early discussed classified information so it was a series of events over time that that has worn away the intelligence community's confidence in the way. The president handles handles this material. I should also note though that leading up the decision to extract the source there were other concerns the length of service by this Russian spy and also the fact that intelligence from this Russian spy had been included in the public assessment of Russia's interference in the election in two thousand sixteen so that the at the end of the Obama Administration the Obama Administration actually offered this source the ability to be extracted at that time the source refused. It was only months into the trump administration when the extraction took place. Let let me ask you both slightly the flip side of this coin that you seem to be describing you write in your report that in part they were concerned concerned about the president and his handling of intelligence and classified information but we've also noted and we've reported and so is every other news organization that the president it seems to have a warm public relationship with President Putin so some could suggest that perhaps perhaps he's he's doing that in public precisely so that he doesn't compromise the fact that they have somebody right in there who can get to the president's desk and take pictures in the Kremlin for heaven's sake. Maybe he has to be pleasant to in about Putin to throw him off the send many Steve that and then you. Jim sure sure well Christianity Vladimir Putin a former intelligence officer himself so regardless of whether he has pleasant Nice conversations nations with Donald Trump or they're more pointed and more difficult. Putin is going to assume that the United States is attempting to collect clandestinely Salihi information against Russia so I I'm not I'm not sure I'm buying into that but I do want to add to to Jim's comments earlier about about how this president handles information and intelligence poorly in my assessment and I can tell you that if I were a you know a a foreign intelligence service I'd be really scared to share information with the US government over my right now but that's particularly important as we think back this week on the nine eleven attacks because the bulk of the information that we get from our foreign partners is counterterrorism information in short short. This president's handling or mishandling of intelligence is making the country more vulnerable because it will result in others not wanting to share information with us. It's just it's just the way the the game works and kin to two point on that another story out today and again speaking to officials who served this president and we're in the room when he made comments disparaging foreign intelligence sources including intelligence sources inside countries hostile hostile to the US. I spoke to a former trump administration official who said that the president quote believes. We shouldn't be doing that to each other. I spoke to a former senior intelligence official who told me that trump's trump's believes quote there are people who are selling out their country therefore he doesn't believe that information but but crucially and this gets to. Steve's point earlier that the president views is those sources though essential to the intelligence communities work as somehow damaging his personal relationships with those leaders Putin included but we have a public comment it from the president to this effect in June this year when there was a report out that the CIA had used Kim Jong UN's half brother as an informant for some time the President Said said publicly that under his leadership he's communicated to the North Koreans that would not happen that hobbles US intelligence collection for a sitting US president to say he he doesn't want that kind of information even from countries hostile to the US. We're such sources are essential to protecting US national security. We have a soundbite soundbites that assay within a player. I saw the information.

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Amanpour

12:21 min | 1 year ago

"steve hall" Discussed on Amanpour

"Hello everyone and welcome to I'm on four. Here's what's coming up. President trump fires his hawkish each national security adviser John Bolton over foreign policy clashes amid news of a CIA spy extracted from the highest levels of the Kremlin then in my life and death in Aleppo Award winning documentary makers wideout Katiba and Edward Watts take us inside serious loss city and show us hope joy and deep sadness kitten within the ruins plus if something is there the day before and then suddenly seventy not the mind has a really hard time trying to process what happened oldest. Sarah Room tells all Isaacson about lawsuit recovery after Hurricane Katrina. Welcome to the program everyone I'm.

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"steve hall" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"steve hall" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Steve hall. Christmas is the gift that just keeps on giving for the radical leftist. Now, the the the charade goes on year after year, we're decent folks across country just try to enjoy and celebrate Christmas. You know, the most wonderful time of the year. Why is it? The most wonderful time of the year. Why is it because you cut it generally act like a human being for maybe a couple of days? You're like, you know, what I'm gonna pretend to care about people. But it'd be nice to people. I'm gonna smile and say merry Christmas back to you. It's the most wonderful time of the year that militant progressives don't like it all and it's a little exhausting. It's got to be your come on. You're not really outraged by Rudolf. Are you really really that's what you've got going on your life? I mean, the things went on the air since nineteen sixty four and a first of all this the first year that you've noticed that Santa was a jerk in that. Where were you? You don't like Christmas. And it's totally fine. It is I'm totally fine with that. But could you just be cool with people who do like Christmas? You know, there's tons of people out there that celebrate Christmas. And they're tired of their happiness being held hostage by in extreme minority. Sometimes just one person going I don't like that. No, sir. I don't like that at all. This year a self-described unintentional Grinch who stole Christmas is in the lead to win. Scrooge of the year, the principal at Manchester elementary in Omaha Nebraska, Omaha Nebraska, she sent her teachers a memo this week, outlining all of the Christmas related items and activities that will not be allowed in the classroom. And you will not have an extra scuttle of coal. The ban list includes Santa Christmas trees elf on shelf. Oh, man. I I'm for execution for the person who came up with alpha Michelle myself but singing Christmas carols playing Christmas.

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"steve hall" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"steve hall" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Next update with Steve hall at ten thirty. I'm Chris trank, man. Well, I I really wanna talk to you about Paris. Do elections have any consequences at all. I spoke to George W Bush one time in the Oval Office. And he told me don't worry about who's going to sit behind the resolute desk. He said, ultimately, it doesn't matter. He said everyone elected would always be beholden to the same political restraints. They'd have the same basic advice, and they would see that. They really have no choice. He met this to make me feel better. And I didn't I didn't it didn't work left. They're going. Oh, that's not good way. What? Now, maybe there's a little comfort to know if you know Bernie Sanders wherever elected that he'd have to deal with that same realization. But on the other hand what happens when you know, the public figures all of this out, and what happens to the social contract with the government. What happens if Republican voters and never get a repeal of ObamaCare spending never gets cut taxes are never lowered. They never get a border wall. What happens when progressive Democrats never get a single payer fifteen dollars an hour minimum wage or free college. How long before the social contract is burned and people start going out into the streets. I know that sounds crazy. But look at Paris. The Paris yellow vest riots began November as a protest against the radical climate change agenda now. No, no, no, not the agenda. The actual cost to them. Now, the media is not reporting it this way. But this is a stunning rebuke of the climate movement they oppose they imposed a gas tax. That was part of Francis version of what Americans like Cossio Cortes and Bernie Sanders are hoping to get done with their new green deal. But the French said I yes until it was imposed on them. They're like, whoa. Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. No. So they hit the streets in droves a quarter of a million people showed up. That's the first riot burning cars, Fasching windows, even attacking police. Those numbers continued this past weekend. And it actually forced president Macron to first delay his fuel tax for six months. And then they said, no, I don't think that's good enough and fully cancel it yesterday. So now are the French packing up there, yellow vest and going home? No now, they're doubling down the democratic system in France has lost its social contract with the people. They're tired of being ignored their drying up. A new list of demands conservatives are calling for even lower taxes and more jobs. Liberals writing side by side with conservatives are now calling for smarter taxes and a redistribution of wealth. Let them eat cake. Is that the guillotine I hear being sharpened? France's largest farmers union has pledged to enter the riots starting on Saturday all of the major trucking unions have announced their plans to join as well to protest a cut in overtime rates. Every Frenchman that can dawn a yellow vest is planning to March this weekend. And nearly every one of them has a different complaint taxes, wages jobs immigration. This monster is growing, and it is beginning to spread all over Europe. It's almost like there would be a caliphate established after the Arab spring, which would to stabilize the Middle East, which would then spread up to Europe and begin to the stabilize Europe and the left and the right would begin to work together to collapse the European system. And then it would spread to America. Gee, it's almost like that. Good thing that was dismissed by the political elite and everybody laughed at it. This is what happens when political promises go empty year after year after year after year, it only takes one spark for the powder keg to explode. And it usually happens usually happens when there is great suffering economically in most of Europe that spark was the immigration crisis. Wait until they have real economic downturns as the economy worsens in Europe and the progressive policies like the climate change agenda made things worse. The social contract broke apart. Elections do have consequences and those that are elected if they never deliver on their promises if they ignore the issues that voters care about. Paris.

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"steve hall" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"steve hall" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Steve hall at ten thirty on Chris trank, man. beck. So does history really repeat itself? Well, if this concept is true, then we might be in for some seriously dark days in nineteen eighteen the world celebrated the end of World War One that was the war to end all wars. But. It's actually caused another great war kinetic war with Germany merely paused giving way to a devastating economic war that effectively galvanized the Germans into something much much. More frightening. This year is the eightieth anniversary of the Munich agreement when the western world appeased a monster giving Hitler collective pass for annexing the Sudeten land. This was in Czechoslovakia. If you remember how did he how did he annex it? What did he say to the world? He said, well, there's a lot of Germans that lived at this is really German land. Anyway. And all these Germans that live there. They wanna be a part of of Germany, and it's just a small sliver of land. And so people said let him have it. But appeasement only encourage the storm to come the great war to end all wars. Never ended in nineteen eighteen it rage from nineteen fourteen to nineteen Forty-five. But consider this did the true Cold War ever end, the west declared victory in nineteen Ninety-one, but I can't help. But see the parallels between nineteen Ninety-one in nineteen eighteen like Germany in one thousand eighteen Russia dealt with a very very we were delta. A very similar blow to Russia NATO expanded pushed into the Balkans against Moscow swishes, we the iron curtain came down the Ukraine went away. Poland Georgia etcetera, etcetera, Kremlin went through severe economic disorder molding it into what we now see today in two thousand fourteen Russia pulled off its own Sudeten land annexation with the seizures of Crimea and Ukraine. The west didn't do anything we paused and because we didn't do anything. Putin went in to seize eastern, Ukraine. Remember the Ukraine is where the famine happened. They killed seven million people in a year. They don't like the Russians. They have a memory of what the Russians did. But the Russians said at the time. Well, these are a lot of Russians in the Ukraine. Why were there a lot of Russians because they couldn't get the Ukrainian people to calm down. And they couldn't get them to comply. And so they sent thousands and thousands of Russians into the Ukraine to try to make it more into a Soviet state. So those are Russians there. The world continued to pause even when he went into eastern Ukraine turned a blind eye today. Ten thousand Ukrainians have died in this ignored invisible. War ten thousand and no one talks about it. No one wants to acknowledge that it's going on and given the silence of the world. Russia pushes on yesterday, Russia fired and seized three Ukrainian naval ships. Multiple Ukrainian sailors have been wounded, I think five or dead. And now they have blockaded the as of see now, this is the financial hub for the Ukraine. The Ukrainian military is on high alert all ships have been put to sea today. They're parliament is voting to initiate martial law, which was called for by the Ukrainian president. Now. The Ukrainian president is currently going through an election. Elections are never a time to mess around with countries. Because people do what they have to do to win we are dangerously close to a breakout of a much larger conflict. All it takes is one escalation cooler heads must prevail. But Ukraine's president might be looking for a statement because of the election campaign in which he is losing what he does next is anyone's guess, the UN Security Council is called an emergency meeting today. Both the EU and NATO have urged restraint. Meanwhile, the US State Department and President Trump have been irritably silent is history repeating itself. Are we appeasing Russia? Do we even have a choice when dealing with a nuclear power in their own backyard. The next twenty four to forty eight hours may tell us a lot. It's.

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"steve hall" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"steve hall" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

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"steve hall" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"steve hall" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Thirty. I'm Steve hall. Well, here's another victory for the her tone-deaf feminists here in America, man. Spreading is now under decline. Meanwhile, Muslim window women in India have just been given the legal right to have a say in their own divorce. If you're a Muslim woman under sharia law, you can you can use the triple Talaq. And what that means is. I think I think I think it's pronounced Tillack. Excuse me. If I'm hitting this wrong, but it's a lack Tillack, which means I divorce, you I divorce you I divorce you you say three times Beetlejuice shows up, and you're are divorced. But it is it's only for the men. Well, now Indian women have been saved from the the triple tour Tillack, it's now been outlawed as a form of instant divorce in in Islam until until now Muslim men have been legally allowed to instantly divorce, their wives, just by saying, Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice, Beal, juice. How's that for women's rights? How's that for human rights for that matter? By the way. Just so nobody's upset. I just I want to break in with the news again man's man's. Spreading is down here in America. It's down men are not sitting like they used to in as much as they used to. It's still happening. Yes, you're still oppressed. Things are horrible. But it is on the decline. Why haven't the fourth wave feminists? Linda, Sarsour, taken to the streets to protest, the vile treatment of women. In places like India. I know it's such a stupid question because we all know, we all know, she knows everybody around her knows. But it is worth mentioning that the Bill faced a lot of opposition both among the public and within the government. Meaning that there is a problem of widespread systematic misogyny in India. You remember Hillary Clinton speaking to the people of India and talking about how racist and sexist. We are here in America. Widespread systematic misogyny in India seems like something that protesters from the cavenaugh hearings should be, you know, riled up by on account of their convictions to fight the patriarchy and the oppression of women because they are concerned about those things right? Because I can tell you a country a region really with habitual government wide oppression of women. I think is much bigger than a problem that we're now facing this week of he said, she said with Brad Kavanagh. You know, those dramatic outfits that the protesters are wearing you know, for the cabinet hearing. You know, they're they're dressed as the hands made Handmaid's tale. That took a lot of woman a lot of work from women here, and it's shameful. It really is. And of course, they're all convinced that it's coming here in America. But you know, that Muslim women throughout the Middle East Asia. They have to wear those and it's much worse, and they have to wear it on a daily basis, and it's starting to spread all over the world. See the difference is here you went to a costume store. And you rented that or maybe you made it yourself, and you didn't have to ask your man to take you to the fabric store to get the fabric. You just made it it's not dress up time in other countries. It's actually a living hell for women. Millions of women tens of millions of women. Has anybody? Is anybody in the feminist movement? Actually care about women. Or do you just want to use women? So you can gather enough people to flood the streets. So you can all scream Orangemen bad. September twenty first. You're listening to the Glenn Beck program. I don't wanna talk. About.

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"steve hall" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"steve hall" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Steve hall Courage Glenn, Beck everybody listened quite quite quite quite. White, listen Can you hear. It The people who are, working on Italian, job. Three of mission impossible. Gotta be kidding me How we didn't think of that that's brilliant the. Perfect heist its theatrical it's. Historical it has Crips and old Royal jewels, and chat skis, this is the ultimate movie It happened in broad daylight fourteenth century cathedral on a sunny. Day in Sweden two men snuck into. A, cathedral somehow according to the societas press the two men stole a gold crown and an orb dating back to sixteen. Eleven they were made for a king King Carl the ninth. And, his funeral jewel encrusted crown dating back to sixteen twenty. Five that was used with Queen Christina's funeral. So they took the orb the. Staff and. To crowns now, well let, me just. Give you the rest of the story the items were. On display at an exhibition And people were inside when. All of this was just taken to. Men, smashed the security glass protecting the artifacts the sirens went off they grab the treasure they went outside they hopped onto. A couple of bicycles they they they were weighed down by. The, by the loot packed on the back but they were. They were in custom-made baskets for the bikes An infant carriers Then we're not really sure what happened either way they made it to a nearby dock and hopped onto, some jet skis So they made iced of the stuff from the fourteenth century on jetskis I love this story I absolutely love this story They haven't found them I mean? This is really despicable and it's horrible or is it is it still. I would like you. To weigh in on this Okay Yes you, know sixteen. Hundreds you're a. King, okay they make you a crown and then they put it in a in a tomb with. You And then, they just. Took it out. Recently, to show it to everybody that's been in a tomb for like three or four hundred years I say these guys aren't at Roberts as much as they are just The first archaeologist Okay I so what's the difference between opening king Tut's tomb and take everything that they left there that you know he's gonna take with them and this you. Weren't using it Someone? Who they stole it from they stole? It from somebody who already sold it right. There ripping, off a tomb bright right I mean they're dead what, are they gonna do with what, are you gonna do. With it what you're not going to. Take their shoes I mean if you. Need. Shoes and somebody's been buried in shoes what it's a waste of shoes I need the shoes let me have the shoes your door it just make sure your enticing robbery I'm just saying well after a. While I mean not like shoes would probably be bad okay, you're opening up for, some, shoes? Would be, bad and. Especially new a how nicer the? Shoes some shoes can be quite expensive? Like if they were the pope shoes because. Those are, always are very fancy folks user fancy I I know, pope hats are fancy yeah the, shoes are pretty fancy. To and the only reason why I. Know that is because of a drunken Yeah drunken mess I was one, Christmas Eve you know at the Vatican with pope and ended up with Me, standing on, a pew pointing at his shoes.

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"steve hall" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"steve hall" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Next update. At one thirty, I'm Steve hall Folks you remember the story that we have had not the banning of plastic straws. In California and so forth the, imprisonment six months in jail maybe a. Thousand dollar fine enlisted of course you're an. Illegal immigrant using a plastic straw the shoot spitballs in ice agents wait till you hear where they got the data on how many straws. Are being used Banned from sunny south Florida Friday. From a nine year old punk kid Online candidate by the way have you seen These scary Scary environmentalist wacko stories about all of the plastic that's in our oceans and it's killing all the fish and it's killing all, the whales and it's polluting the planet so much that aliens might not want. To come have you seen? Those stories Yeah they're supposedly this giant plastic junk yard.

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Mac and Gaydos

02:01 min | 2 years ago

Steve Keim of Arizona Cardinals suspended after pleading guilty to DUI

"Top story Arizona Cardinals general manager Steve kind pleading guilty to extreme DUI that's from his. Arrest on, July fourth, KTAR legal expert Monica Lindstrom ways in time could face up to thirty. Days in jail over a thousand. Dollars in fines an assessments. Alcohol counseling the requirement to use an ignition interlock. Device on any vehicle he drives he could. Also lose his license Lindstrom says his blood alcohol content level was just below a super extreme DUI the cardinals have suspended him for. Five weeks members of the, US intelligence community are scratching their heads and wondering what President Trump was. Thinking during his recent summit with Russian leader Vladimir Putin Trump I said he didn't know why the Russians would try to interfere in US elections then today the president reversed, his saying that he meant to say that he didn't see any reason why wouldn't, be Russia former CIA Russia. Operations Chief Steve, hall tells KTAR is Bruce St James and Pamela Hughes there's no doubt. Russian intelligence members have information on Trump's there's no doubt they have information on then the question is can is to leverage him in that fashion Hasn't do what they want that's the. Question that remains open houses information on. Trump was likely collected while Trump was a private citizen visiting Moscow Nether immigrant mother who was separated from child after crossing the border into. Arizona. Has been reunited with her son Liliana was housed in Illinois, after donations helped pay, your bond volunteers in Arizona drove her, to Corpus Christi Texas her attorney says they went door to door to detention facilities looking for her son the pair were reunited over the weekend and now they're waiting their next court case in their asylum claim a thirteen year old boys in custody after he allegedly. Stabbed at thirteen year old girl multiple, times at home near forty. First avenue and Buckeye road Phoenix police. Say the pair got into an argument the girl is expected to be okay Time to check on the traffic now, here's? Detour Dan in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center, if?.

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"steve hall" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"steve hall" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Got something radically different you've got the president standing up and saying well effectively given the choice between what, Putin, told me what my own intelligence services called me. I'm gonna. Go with Putin and that is something that I think is is is really unprecedented for a president to. Do something, like that and change my assessment? Is to is, to what really, might be going on behind the scenes as a former CIA chief Russian operations as, well as other other duties in our clandestine services Steve hall is joining, us Is this just more of and this president has been I call it hostile towards the IC the intelligence community from almost the get go it almost appears as an. Us versus them at times How does this resolve itself Well that's an excellent question on my understanding is going to be speaking shortly trying to try and join some, sort of resolution on, this but, but but frankly it's it's he's really put. Himself in an untenable position I think a lot of it has to do with the fact that the president has a a a significant insecurity when it comes to the Russians because in his mind, when he hears wash up he hears questioning whether or not. Legitimately won the elections doubt of course that's off I chain reaction in his mind of of deflection of pushing back against that and to the, point where, he even questions you know his own intelligence services and his own government in that that's an. Inherently unhealthy, and unstable, situation and I you know I think really what is going to have to happen is the Republican party is going to have to try to weigh in on this such a way. To to resolve it. Somehow I don't know how How that's going to happen it's really uncharted territory I think for our country does he say thank Mr., hall thank you so, much for, your time today we sincerely appreciate that that's. The former CIA chief of Russian operations his reaction to watching that press conference yesterday and and that it was a tipping point at least for him Pamela in changing his mind as to do the, Russians have something on Donald Trump that for whatever reason he. Doesn't want to be known he says yes I in a what an I concur with that I think that there were a lot of watched, it yesterday, myself included going this just doesn't fit this doesn't pass the smell test you know the Spidey. Senses are, going off, something is wrong and this is coming from talk show host in Phoenix not the guy who used to run the CIA Russia in Moscow you can want to have better relationship with. Raleigh and that's great I not have the Cold, War on all. Those that doesn't mean you defend the Russian. Intelligence services the president. I'd states takes the word of a to. Talent -tarian thug dictator over his own there's there's a lot of room in between there, and when he also, says that the United States is an unchartered territory yeah, yeah that that has to, give you a moment of pause and also we are. Monitoring as, you, heard him say they're just moments ago that the. President is expected to speak here soon I statements following the. Summit yesterday and. We're going to monitor. That for you a judge is. Working herself, into the middle of the immigration. Debate once again. Changes in what can or can't be done to reunited, families we'll give you the latest on that judge's ruling coming up. After Bob McClay gets us up to speed with, our top stories KTAR news flash at eleven eighteen I'm Bob McClay with three things you need, to know right now President Trump is expected to. Talk about yesterday's meeting with Ladimir Putin at any. Moment the, White House says he'll speak about the summit before meeting, with Republican congressional members former. President Obama is taking aim at what he says is the quote utter loss of shame among political leaders when they're caught. In, a, lie they just double down his lies some more and quote Obama's spirited speech in South Africa's his highest profile, address since leaving office jury deliberations are in their fourth day in. The. Bribery trial of former Arizona corporation Commissioner Gary peers he's pled not guilty to. Charges that he took thirty one thousand dollars in bribes from water. Company owner, George Johnson judge has declined to defense request for a hearing, to determine if jury deliberations have been tainted you're never more than fifteen minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's news station KTAR do.

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"steve hall" Discussed on PropaneFitness Podcast

PropaneFitness Podcast

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"steve hall" Discussed on PropaneFitness Podcast

"We don't only put this much effort in gaza who who measured nets who really annoying the january two seats are only just pick one of them her car seat some of these it it it's not so much that you can't handle it it's that lindor listeners went beyond a tomorrow at liam we viewed on the move area and he said he sown paul cassidy's quite specific in the dod coaches men a not offended quite a few people awhile so that's why we have to with with constantly treading this line of like how can we make it we have to make it funny but not not yells niche the defense like coffee organised mazarassa dropped zealousness so fitness funke your resource for lost muscle game beginning with your hosts yusef i'm johnny simple oral dramatic results okay johnny has schalken knotted to introduce this podcast shotgun to not shocked gunned not aware if the we may also no doubt as boxy so we are with steve hall and pascal flow from revive stronger very pleased to have these guys on board got some pretty good topics to discuss as well hey guys are good to be here at a low so along the way of guest pasquale is extremely judge after so to stop things off would you rather have sex with everybody or nobody early how i can give you a clear on hong kong posco amine are raw the have a rather not have sex with everyone because i have myself and please myself so if i had the choice i would rather not have such on ochre noone over everyone excitement for some degree us for good light ebb bolster i'm going with my instinct and it was to disrupt everything doused wasting evil narrowly bus eighty put you into a deficit all the time.

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"steve hall" Discussed on PropaneFitness Podcast

PropaneFitness Podcast

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"steve hall" Discussed on PropaneFitness Podcast

"We don't only put this much effort in gaza who who measured nets who really annoying the january two seats are only just pick one of them her car seat some of these it it it's not so much that you can't handle it it's that lindor listeners went beyond a tomorrow at liam we viewed on the move area and he said he sown paul cassidy's quite specific in the dod coaches men a not offended quite a few people awhile so that's why we have to with with constantly treading this line of like how can we make it we have to make it funny but not not yells niche the defense like coffee organised mazarassa dropped zealousness so fitness funke your resource for lost muscle game beginning with your hosts yusef i'm johnny simple oral dramatic results okay johnny has schalken knotted to introduce this podcast shotgun to not shocked gunned not aware if the we may also no doubt as boxy so we are with steve hall and pascal flow from revive stronger very pleased to have these guys on board got some pretty good topics to discuss as well hey guys are good to be here at a low so along the way of guest pasquale is extremely judge after so to stop things off would you rather have sex with everybody or nobody early how i can give you a clear on hong kong posco amine are raw the have a rather not have sex with everyone because i have myself and please myself so if i had the choice i would rather not have such on ochre noone over everyone excitement for some degree us for good light ebb bolster i'm going with my instinct and it was to disrupt everything doused wasting evil narrowly bus eighty put you into a deficit all the time.

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