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Global Health and Malaria with Dr. Chandy John

Healthcare Triage Podcast

05:50 min | 4 d ago

Global Health and Malaria with Dr. Chandy John

"Today we. We have with US Dr Chandi John He is the Ryan White Professor of Pediatrics and the Director of the Division of Infectious Diseases in global health at Indiana University School of Medicine I should note that this episode was recorded before the pandemic started since then. Dr John's Infectious Disease Expertise helped lay the foundation for to covert related studies tactic, which is looking at how many. People in Indiana Wade. Actually be infected and discover which is looking at how immunity responses occur. After people are infected, we should also note that his research about sickle cell anemia, African children was recently published in the New England, Journal of Medicine and people might want to check that out as well Chandy. Welcome, thank you so you're the Ryan Way Professor Pediatrics. Who Is Ryan White? And what does he have to do? With Indiana Ryan White is in Indiana. Indiana heroes everyone in Indiana and the United States should know about him. Ryan White was really the first child in the United States, who was publicly known to have issued in make a secret and the reason he got into the news was because we lived. They didn't want him attending school with all the kids and he insisted on going to school. This is a very brave individual and kind of push this where a lot of. Of other people just kind of shrunk into themselves and bring it up because it's one of those things where it's like I remember I did live in Indiana at the time, but I remember it being in the news for people old enough. It was a huge huge deal I mean because up until that point. It felt like it was a pretty stigmatized disease were many people were blamed, but he seemed to be the face. If I'm remembering correctly. Correctly like the first quit I'm putting in quotes. Nobody else can see my equity. You're like innocent. Where we sort of public in this child at a big deal that everybody was so public about it. Yeah, it was a huge deal is very brave of him because he got a lot of discrimination and hate mail, and the rest of it, or you know hateful comments right to his face where he lived but he refused to sort. Back away from that and also I. Think very importantly. He also refused to be the quote unquote innocent face of it. He said that everybody who has HIV is say they should be respected. However, it was easier for the public to handle that than maybe to handle gay men who they thought of as other or or something he really did in the United States help to give face HIV that many people could relate to more And I'm the Ryan White Professor, of Pediatrics, and I always mentioned this because our whole division was supported. By an endowment for the Indiana University, Dance Marathon, and that endowment and the Indiana University dance, marathon itself were started by Ryan White's best friend from High Yeah To Stewart I believe her name was, and so she started at more than twenty five years ago and to start, it was started in honor of him, so he was supposed to start at you that fall and died before he could start the started, and she organized a dance marathons, and they've evolved this massive huge. Yeah, and if your local Indiana's a big deal with your kids and these guys are amazing, high school kids in college, kids and they raise funds for Hospital for children, but for the first many years they raised it just for our division, and so that was amazing. It's funny because I knew I knew there is money for Riley but I didn't know it was for that purpose and I. It's funny. One of those I knew Ryan White was, but when I moved here I was like. Why do they have the professorship year? Like didn't know He. INDIANA. No, it's it's amazing, and so now the funds from the Indiana. Brisy dance marathon go to the whole department of beating. US For the first twenty years it was to raise his endowment, and so when people ask me who this rich donor was, who gave the endowment that allowed us to create this amazing or build this amazing division It was It's the college kids, and and I should also very important dimension. The connection there is that writes. Doctor was Marty climate. Who is the? The founder of our division, so that was when they wanted a way to honor Ryan White and and support the things that were important to him. The sought out Dr Climate. He said supporting research in this areas is critical, and that's what they did. Well, that's great and not just completely veer directions, but you know the time what we wanted to talk about. About. Today is global health. So I like to always start by talking to you like. How did you decide? This is the area that what you wanted to be in in studying not just infectious diseases, but how they the impact, the world, not just even the United States. How'd you get here? Yeah, so there are many answers that question, but the beginning always starts with. With my parents so My parents are from India. They came here to do their residency I. always mention because this is a fact that. When they came here, they were paid to come here, so there was a doctor shortage. So when people are talking about all these terrible foreign medical grads and stuff boy. The US has relied on those foreign medical grads and. Show all the time. Yeah, it's it's a big deal and they've added a lot to the country. research wise clinical is an in every aspect of so. They came here for their residencies, and then they went back to India to work at a mission hospital and so we sort of went back and forth from the United States indie when I was a kid, but when they were there this mission hospital, its mission was to serve the poor, and so they would take us on rounds or to the hospital on a fairly regular basis because they really wanted us to be sure to see why. Why they were doing what they're doing. Their lives were very busy. They both doctors and so They were at the hospital a lot and you know kids could sort of feel like hey, why aren't you you know here with me? But we never felt that way because we saw what they were doing, and it was important, so that sense of those who have have a responsibility to serve those who have less because none of us earned what we have. It's all just you kind of like what we started with.

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Cam Newton agrees to 1-year deal with Patriots

WBZ Afternoon News

00:20 sec | 6 d ago

Cam Newton agrees to 1-year deal with Patriots

"And quarterback Cam Newton have reached an agreement on a one year incentive laden deal last night around the league, Jamal Adam's Jonathan Stewart, Cameron Jordan, Greg Olsen and the McCord twins are among the players praising the move on Twitter. Newton himself has posted on social media today, saying dropping new content tomorrow. I hope you're ready, Hashtag, Let's go Pats.

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2 dead after shooting at California distribution center

Silicon Valley Insider with Keith Koo

00:34 sec | Last week

2 dead after shooting at California distribution center

"Was a deadly shooting in northern California on Saturday two people are dead and at least four others are hospitalized in fair condition a man drove a little Walmart distribution center in red bluff California and started shooting at people the two deceased victims and four injured ones got medical treatment at St Elizabeth community hospital in red bluff located north of Sacramento emergency dispatchers tell the record searchlight newspaper the gunman had an A. R. type weapon that's correspondent Andrew Stewart reporting meanwhile the man was shot by

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Ubuntu Podcast

01:42 min | Last week

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"Want to get to an going global installed. It doesn't work very well. That's unfortunate. You want to build some confidence in in technologies as you going along. And Jason Armstrong is already rolling. I am one of those who use a boon to as a rolling release. Situation Einstein released then switched to the desktop grading. Opt out over the next six months i. have made that this is not very secure to run my hours, but in the foyer been a boon to I haven't had a broken system. Yeah, so he's warning. Out Yes which? Is Again I? Will I've made a note this name all speak to mark although I think I may have. Learned my up into naming credits. With the gravy guerrilla, so I have to get somebody else to propose the rolling Rhino. Right and with that, thank you all for your feedback. About snaps and rolling releases. We're going to move onto some come online love now. If. You'd love the command online as much as we do. Send a command that will blow our minds, and we might even mentioned on the show. Send your command one love to. RUN TO PODCAST DOT ORG. So Stewart now only if you return for second week, but you've come with I command line to share on is I understood able to bigotry. I'M A it's think pros lint. And what it does is it reads as far as where only English text and puts out problems with. It's like a guy, grammar-checker. Bonds instead of being one of those grammar. Check is the winds about passive voice. It's

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Ubuntu Podcast

00:46 sec | Last week

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"This name all speak to mark although I think I may have. Learned my up into naming credits. With the gravy guerrilla, so am I have to get somebody else to propose the rolling Rhino. Right and with that. Thank you all for your feedback. About snaps and rolling releases. We're going to move onto some come online love now. If, you'd love the command line as much as we do. Send a command that will blow our minds, and we might even mentioned on the show. Send your command one love to. RUN TO PODCAST DOT ORG. So Stewart now only if you return for second week, but you've come with I command line to share on is I understood able to bigotry?

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Ubuntu Podcast

00:31 sec | Last week

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"Welcome back to this season. Thirteen episode fourteen off the to podcast. I am joined by two of my very best friends Stewart language. How are you? Hi, I'm fine. Thank you for having me back on very kind of you. Thanks very much for making return appearance and mark how the devil you I am the devil himself. Thank you.

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Gone with the Wind is back on HBO Max with a disclaimer

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | Last week

Gone with the Wind is back on HBO Max with a disclaimer

"With Wind is back streaming on HBO Mackley Center pulling Gone with the wind because of what it calls quote. Racist depictions. You've been brave. So long. Miss Scarlett, the classic Oscar winning film now streaming again on HBO Max with a foreman intro from TCM host and film scholar Jacqueline Stewart, discussing the context of how the film deals with slavery in the South during the Civil War. The film follows the lead of Mitchell's novel. Resenting the antebellum South as a world of grace and beauty without acknowledging the brutalities of the system of chattel slavery upon which this world is based. And while providing that contact, she acknowledges the importance of the film's place in cinema history.

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Ubuntu Podcast

01:34 min | Last week

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"Of the traditional my opinion. I mean I seriously feel like that could work I mean someone could do that right now, but they have to. They have to understand the concept of this is much like the appliances be told by the last shot. Where if you want to apply which runs plex? For example, it's about how download. And install it, and then stopping stole flex, serve on. Media Cell Phone. But will you actually want us to go? I won't the plastic on this called dumb. This is anthony technically. To be able say are only able to only release, and so when you go to the release versions. There's one in that. Download twenty four download eight, hundred, four down two, thousand ten, and then the bomb downloadable onto mine. And it's literally just theater to build, but tweak to detects a new version of the package the new. Repulsed reversion. You released fashion to just upgrade to it. Oh, Bosh Dot! That doesn't seem to me and. It would solve the problem entirely for people who demand volume, Mesh, and then you come, and this is why for eighteen months we get Stewart language on the oven to pocos. So after Nashville Tennessee as also email on this topic I think I've been to is perfect as it is whenever there are updates, I'm confident. That will not break my system. Do not to worry about package dependencies. which will be taken care of by the team? As a normal nontechnical use, it is liberating, not have to manage package dependencies I

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Ubuntu Podcast

01:34 min | Last week

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"Of the traditional my opinion. I mean I seriously feel like that could work I mean someone could do that right now, but they have to. They have to understand the concept of this is much like the appliances be told by the last shot. Where if you want to apply which runs plex? For example, it's about how download. And install it, and then stopping stole flex, serve on. Media Cell Phone. But will you actually want us to go? I won't the plastic on this called dumb. This is anthony technically. To be able say are only able to only release, and so when you go to the release versions. There's one in that. Download twenty four download eight, hundred, four down two, thousand ten, and then the bomb downloadable onto mine. And it's literally just theater to build, but tweak to detects a new version of the package the new. Repulsed reversion. You released fashion to just upgrade to it. Oh, Bosh Dot! That doesn't seem to me and. It would solve the problem entirely for people who demand volume, Mesh, and then you come, and this is why for eighteen months we get Stewart language on the oven to pocos. So after Nashville Tennessee as also email on this topic I think I've been to is perfect as it is whenever there are updates, I'm confident. That will not break my system. Do not to worry about package dependencies. which will be taken care of by the team? As a normal nontechnical use, it is liberating, not have to manage package dependencies I

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Ubuntu Podcast

02:08 min | Last week

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"You know she'd okay so. W NICA graphics for that, but it is sixty four bit Stewart. You'll stoke a game. Nine beds nine numbers. Right well with that, we should get on with it. So the main segment. Today is a bumper feedback segment. The last couple of shows where we've had some discussion about snaps unrolling releases. Have generated quite some feedback from you, so so we thought in order to do it justice. We'd address those particular topics in a bit more detail so. I up, we had some feedback from William. Smith and Jason Armstrong who wanted to know what all the fuss was about. Could you please explain well? The whole issue with snaps as with the pushback for mint and other distributions, so what men actually say is applications in the snap store copy patched old patent. You only them hold them. Modify them or even point two different snap stole. You've got as much empowerment with this. Using proprietary software. Numb? And this is in effect similar to commercial proprietary solution, but with three major differences announced yourself without asking you. K! So the fast pace had it says that applications in the snaps tool could not be patched. I'm not sure what that's referring, so do you to want to give me your interpretation of what means the way that these arguments were presented I think alluded to this when we had this discussion before. I think these are being presented as though this is an explanation why it's bad for users, but I, think that really this is from my district maintain. His point of view is that they're saying that they can't applied there in patches to whichever packages a snap full running on mint.

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Ubuntu Podcast

02:08 min | Last week

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"You know she'd okay so. W NICA graphics for that, but it is sixty four bit Stewart. You'll stoke a game. Nine beds nine numbers. Right well with that, we should get on with it. So the main segment. Today is a bumper feedback segment. The last couple of shows where we've had some discussion about snaps unrolling releases. Have generated quite some feedback from you, so so we thought in order to do it justice. We'd address those particular topics in a bit more detail so. I up, we had some feedback from William. Smith and Jason Armstrong who wanted to know what all the fuss was about. Could you please explain well? The whole issue with snaps as with the pushback for mint and other distributions, so what men actually say is applications in the snap store copy patched old patent. You only them hold them. Modify them or even point two different snap stole. You've got as much empowerment with this. Using proprietary software. Numb? And this is in effect similar to commercial proprietary solution, but with three major differences announced yourself without asking you. K! So the fast pace had it says that applications in the snaps tool could not be patched. I'm not sure what that's referring, so do you to want to give me your interpretation of what means the way that these arguments were presented I think alluded to this when we had this discussion before. I think these are being presented as though this is an explanation why it's bad for users, but I, think that really this is from my district maintain. His point of view is that they're saying that they can't applied there in patches to whichever packages a snap full running on mint.

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Miss Jessie's Haircare Co-Founder Miko Branch

Breaking Beauty Podcast

02:54 min | Last week

Miss Jessie's Haircare Co-Founder Miko Branch

"You mentioned your sister. T T, so you guys decided to open a salon in one, thousand, nine, hundred ninety seven. Is that right? And how did that come about? She came right agent. She was a field producer eyewitness news in New York City. She left her job and she decided to be become an agent for creative artists, so she had one in the house, and that was me I was a hairstyle, and she didn't have much luck with her other creative artists, but ironically she had. A lot of luck. When she started representing me and she landed a job for me at Ashley Stewart, and I worked for one week, and with one week's worth worst I made eight thousand dollars. And Yeah so with the money that we've gotten from that. Ad Campaign, Tiki in ice splitter I I might have gotten a little bit more Tiki, but we were still in the minds of being sisters, and then that's when Tiki said you make. Let's get out the house and take this money opener salon and it was the scariest thing because I was really comfortable doing year in the house, but I always let my sister lead within the sister relationship. NTT was right again, so we opened up our first to chair salon in the form section of Brooklyn, and that was the beginning of our of our career in beauty. Beauty Business. What was the VIBE on your block? In Brooklyn back then it must have been so different rookies in business. T deny. Make some bad this decision than we didn't. We didn't get a chance to stay downtown very long. I think we stay downtown, maybe a total of three years and then We got kicked out of our salon. We made some bad decisions. And Luckily we bought a Brownstone in the BECKFORD stivers effects of Brooklyn, and we had to refuge there and bring our business there. That was part of open that was really really at time, not thought of or was not known as duty capital. Or we asked our customers to come and take the a train and get off at knowstone avenue You have to understand getting off at notions. Move back in nineteen, ninety nine. It was a bunch of music blasting a resilient people a lot of street vendors. It was just taller than five in. Downtown Brooklyn. Many people actually didn't want to come, so we lost a lot of customers, so Tiki and I just kind of took it back to thinking box, and luckily it was vast pine with my son, because I was a single parent. At the time I realized that I could no longer wear. My hair styled straight. had to embrace the curls, and that's when the conversation started between us and our handful of clients that were left that were willing to come to get the here done in the hood, which was known of. Goodstein. DOOR DIVE

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Navy upholds firing of carrier captain and holds up promotion of admiral because of handling of virus outbreak on ship

The Morgan Show with Morgan White, Jr.

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Navy upholds firing of carrier captain and holds up promotion of admiral because of handling of virus outbreak on ship

"The navy of polls the firing of an aircraft carrier captain following a covert nineteen outbreak on board his ship that became public naval captain Brad crozier will not return to the USS Theodore Roosevelt crozier was relieved of command after he sent a letter around his chain of command asking for more navy assistance to control a corona virus outbreak on board the navy's top admiral Michael Gilday says commanding officers are relied on to communicate openly and honestly with their chain of command especially in crisis it reverses a recommendation made by guilty earlier this year to reinstate crozier had I known then what I know today I'd be really I would relieve them back that afternoon investigation the promotion of closures direct commander on the ship rear admiral Stewart Baker also put on

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Navy won't reinstate captain fired for raising coronavirus concerns

All Things Considered

01:01 min | 2 weeks ago

Navy won't reinstate captain fired for raising coronavirus concerns

"Top navy officials say captain Brad crozier will not be reinstated to command of the carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt nor will he be assigned any other command coger wrote a scathing letter back in March saying the navy was not doing enough to protect crew from the corona virus NPR's Tom Bowman has that story I will Michael Gilday chief of naval operations had earlier recommended that captain Brad crozier be reinstated to the job he lost after this letter was leaked to the press but no Gilday says after further investigation he is a term that both crozier in his immediate supervisor reread will Stewart Baker fell well short of what is expected of those in command biggest promotion to a second store officer has been postponed Gilday says closure did not do enough soon enough to get sales up to five thousand crew carrier into quarantine he also says closures letter was unnecessary because navy action was already under way to deal with the virus that's sickened hundreds on the ship and led to one death Tom Bowman

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Bobby and Billy Dukes from Taste of Country

Bobbycast

06:13 min | 2 weeks ago

Bobby and Billy Dukes from Taste of Country

"Welcome to episode two forty nine, where at the end of this? Eddie Mighty and I will review the movie wall card. The Dewey Cox Story. It's an old movie, but it's a music movie. I never thought it'd be funny, so if you haven't seen the movie, you still might light. Listen to the review. Is We're we're kind of down? But if you haven't seen it and you WANNA watch, maybe go watch it. Then come back to the end of this podcast, but we're GONNA put it at the end. In case, there are spoilers to right Mike. Yeah a little bit. But that's not a movie doesn't matter if it's spoiled, it's not like some crazy indy. There's nothing you can really spoil it. Yeah, so check that out. CHECK THE MOVIE I! Also talked to Billy Dukes, coming out from taste of country on the top ten hottest artist, a twenty twenty kind of go through that bill, smart guy like him had a Montauk about that music headlines of the week. Live nation is trying to get artists to take pay cuts for concerts and festivals next year in a memo obtained by rolling stone live, nation sites, unprecedented times and quote the exponential release. Excuse me the exponential rise of certain costs as reasons for adjusting payment policies. That's interesting because they're going to have to pay a lot more. To make the make, sure things are safe and clean, yeah. Then they thought they would. Let me read more about this. Most of the new policies shift to financial burdens to the artist's. For example, the company wants to decrease the monetary guarantees promised to artists before and a bit twenty percent across the board. Live nation also says that if a concert is canceled due to poor ticket sales, it will give the artist twenty five percent of the guarantee. Well that's interesting. And I think I'll speak on this as also a performer I work with these promotion companies promoters all different ones I. think as long as books are shown. People can make wise decisions about business are doing together, and it's not that I don't trust live nation or an artist, but I would like to see if I'm someone that's has agreed to a tour or agreed to three or four shows even show I wanna see those costs, and why am I? GonNa take. Mine Down Twenty percent. The twenty five percent on the on the cancellation is great for an artist. Also, there's still get paid even if they don't sell tickets because people don't WanNa come. Twenty. They're guaranteed twenty bucks. They, probably a lower act would be guaranteed about ten to fifteen thousand. Unless it's a baby act on big tour there about five, five, thousand, seventy, five hundred. Lower. Ten to big acts are. Hundreds of thousands of dollars a night. So you're talking about. That's a nice little little. Give there. But that's interesting I never thought about the fact that it's going to cost more to put on shows. So I think as long as they show their books a little bit I don't know why artist would say no to that true. because. Everybody's GonNa lose some money here. Everybody, and no party, promoter or artist. Should benefit, and the other should suffer. You should kind of all being this together in a way. Interesting I didn't think about that some more. Maybe do a whole podcast on that that'd be the most boring podcasts ever open a book. Now the whole country is protesting. Rage against the machine is actually back on the charts. The band's self titled Debut. Album landed back on the billboard. It reached number eight on the I tunes top album charts as well. Yeah, do we have any rage I both them up? This is right in my gut from back in. High. School more so than college. I guess it was like ninth and tenth grade. I would have. Someone sent me a tape of the edge in Dallas. They'd hit record play and take an hour and the. An hour and I get a lot of rage and that. Was a big rage guy, but I didn't really know why I. Just like the sound I didn't really know. What they were protesting at the time by the time I started to know I started to get older and getting college, and they started to fall off a little bit. Do their own things. But now look back. Pretty cool. This is one of my favorites. What else do you have all right, so? We're limited in the range music. A CON has secured a six billion dollar contract to build a con city. A futuristic cryptocurrency theme city in Senegal. Along with having homes, malls and a power plant, a city all amenities. The city needs including schools in a police station pretty baller. Some people have buildings. Here's a whole city. Alex Super Futuristic. Does this ever actually happen. Though I don't know the guy who did smack that now has a city and see the king because he just. There's King Oh. Yeah, what because if he's not? He's still. The city is named after. And then if he does something really bad and his older life like commits a bad crime. That's a change the name of it because they don't want the name the city after so like you're not seeing any bill. cosby elementary schools still remaining in play. Now that he would do that, but I'm saying. You know. Commits. Fraud. Martha Stewart style. Do. You have to change the name of the city. Finally Dashboard confessional singer Chris. CARRABBA suffered severe injuries in a motorcycle accident. Luckily they weren't life threatening, and he expects to make a full recovery as watching the video of him in the hospital bed. You see it yet. Sad lookin'. Yeah, it looks pretty terrible. Motorcycles. Just never had the need to Yana on motorcycle. He's motorcycle guy though he looks cool riding motorcycle. Down Hilas here, oh! Oh, I've never seen him writing I just say like He. He's the kind of guy that will look cool. Riding motorcycles tattoos like the good face. We have those things tattoos in the face pretty good to go. But he's what happened to him. Do you know I don't know? He had a car car hit him. I don't even think that he hit anybody. I think he just fell rookie. Here's the one thing I've never acted motorcycle. Think. I've ever been on one driving me I. Never Motorcycle. Let's talk about new music before we get into this. I'm just really it's really weird about even building statues after people who are still alive. It's always a tricky thing because they do something. That's not so good they. Statue down. You want us to wait on your statue then. Yeah, okay. I personally don't, but like I wondered in my town. There's a sciences boy home. Bobby bonds if I do something bad and I go to jail. Do they rip that down I? Don't want that

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Attorneys for Rayshard Brooks' family say charges against officers are not a cause for celebration

On Point with Juandolyn Stokes

00:23 sec | 2 weeks ago

Attorneys for Rayshard Brooks' family say charges against officers are not a cause for celebration

"Attorneys for the family Rascher broke say the charges brought against the officers involved in his death or not a concert celebration attorney Chris Stewart said nobody's happy because Brooks death should not have happened attorney Justin Miller said the charges of the starting point not the finish line Fulton County district attorney Paul Howard filed felony murder charges against former Atlanta police officer Garrett Ralph a second officer also faces

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APD officer involved in Rayshard Brooks' death cooperating as witness

The Rashad Richey Morning Show

00:38 sec | 2 weeks ago

APD officer involved in Rayshard Brooks' death cooperating as witness

"Richard Brooks's family lawyer Chris Stewart commands an APD officer testifying against another that's what policing is that's the kind of officers that make the streets safe that stop instances like this from happening according to DA Paul Howard opposite Devin Brosnan is agreeing to turn state's evidence and testify against Garrett raw the now former officer who shot Richard Brooks in the backdrop is charged with felony murder officer may not use deadly force to prevent escape unless the officer has probable cause to believe that the suspect poses an immediate threat

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Atlanta officer charged with murder in Rayshard Brooks death, 2nd officer also charged

Roe Conn

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

Atlanta officer charged with murder in Rayshard Brooks death, 2nd officer also charged

"To Atlanta police officers involved in the shooting death of ratio R. Brooks last week now facing charges officer Garrett Ralph is facing eleven charges including felony murder after he shot and killed Brooks while prosecutors say Brooks was running away a second officer Devin Brosnan is facing aggravated assault charges but prosecutors say he is now cooperating as a state's witness attorney Chris Stewart who represents Brooks window praise Brosnan's cooperation it is officers like that who change please Markram alarmed ABC

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"stewarts" Discussed on Talking Politics

Talking Politics

05:31 min | 8 months ago

"stewarts" Discussed on Talking Politics

"Leap have a constitution that is under enormous pressure and is essentially I think we all agree in various ways being abused the union is also probably under greater pressure than it has been in our lifetime do you think this tim is going to be another potential breaking point for the Union I mean there is a view view again the johnsons coming collation is the sacrifice of the union is a price worth paying for conservative hegemony in England. I'm very much doubt that that's Johnson's view about Scotland I think we have to distinguish when it comes to the union between the issues in relation to Northern Ireland and the issues in relation to Scotland because I think that there is a possible like direction of travel within the Conservative Party whereby commitment to the Union including northern island may well weaken through time and I think in retrospect what does become clear is the one sort of overriding unbending commitment that Theresa may made through negotiations of the withdrawal agreement was a commitment to Northern Ireland's place in the Union and at the same time not wishing to have any change at all on the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland anything else that she did even freedom of movement during the transition there was bend in it over those questions she didn't bend a tool she was passionate unit ernest when it came to Northern Ireland I think that there's a direction of travel within the Conservative Party that will move away from that kind of commitment and I think that the agreement that Boris Johnson has negotiated has the the unionists in a very difficult position when they're in a very difficult position because they're being asked to agree to something that clearly violates the spirit at least into the practice the Union keeping Northern Ireland in the customs code in particular but divorced been put into a difficult position because this withdrawal agreement unlike the one to resume negotiate it as a consent for Northern Ireland in it and it's based on a majority and the democratic unionists on themselves indeed the whole unionist community is not united although it is the majority Northern Ireland United About Brexit and it's not united about weeding or prioritizing I should say Northern Ireland's position economically within the United Kingdom over North Island economy so I there's lots more tensions to come in the relationship between the Conservative Party and unionism in Northern Ireland I think the paradox in Scotland I think I've said before is that everything in the short term looks like it strengthens the nationalist case in Scotland but everything in the medium to long-term about it happens weakens it because the whole independent project rests on shared European Union membership rested on Scotland was an independent state to get inside the EU rested on Wrestling Kingdom staying in the European Union we've already seen how much difficulty the euro Shuna currency issues call the national in the two thousand fourteen referendum before they have to start dealing with this single market of the United Kingdom verses the market of the European Union facility of a hard border in Scotland so although that I think that this election that concert is certainly seats to the nationalist in Scotland and indeed.

"stewarts" Discussed on The Corp

The Corp

01:44 min | 11 months ago

"stewarts" Discussed on The Corp

"Anything like that that exigent. I've never done that. You have a drink at home by yourself. No stoop dog it. You know what i'm saying. I don't do that yeah. I stoop dog at home. I had one last <hes>. Is it true you don't go down the same same road twice in a day. I try never to go down the selves crease. Explain that you know i'm curious and i might find something down the next street that if i'm going to go down twenty third street on the way to my office every day i know every single nook and cranny on that street but if i go down twenty second street if i don't know if i can go down twenty twenty first twenty. I'm going to see something that i haven't seen before right but it's gotta be annoyed. The the other day the other day i found a store that has only wheels in it so it's a store of meals and so you can get reels for any size table leg any size cart any size anything in this story cheer when you came in there like finally someone's come in and i was so happy i took a whole catalogue home now and i found the missing from one table that sounded. I don't think you'll store riveting tastic. Oh man thank you so much martha. We appreciate it. There's been a lot of fun and i hope i wasn't kevin boring go. You were fantastic. Yes barstool no good. They're gonna love you. Don't sit on barstools area. Okay there there we go. That's another tip uh..

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"stewarts" Discussed on The Corp

The Corp

03:11 min | 11 months ago

"stewarts" Discussed on The Corp

"The new sweater. It's a down vest. Dow cozy warm cool whatever you want it to be say. The fall is the best season. I like every season. That's a cop out. Spring spring follows when you go you. Can you know you get the sweater you get the hot cocoa you get the quiche at spring is rebirth in spring is green and springs flowers and okay a lot of rain to the last one was <hes> show ponies. Do you have any. I have the trail ponies i have. I have frisians. Have you ever seen a free. No they're very large okay. They would be the right size for you should have seen it glad you're blurry. Picture yep beautiful beautiful large black horses from holland okay tales touch. The ground means long have six <music> damn imagine martha stewart's like home and connecticut before yeah. It's just a fairyland right. It's a very long yeah so martha that last one for me and we are so honored and i actually think there's a beer are most <hes> her podcast has been so fun to to hear your story and so inspiring. You guys have done your research. I congratulate you well. Speaking of research we paul we pulled our listeners and they wanted to questions questions answered so here. They are number one. How do you look so beautiful. What do you do for health and wellness exercise and to what's your daily nutrition look like well. I have a gym at home and you would be very proud of my gym. My daughter alexis built it for me. Wow i had pretty much all the equipment i haven't. I haven't gotten the <hes> t._r._x. From the ceiling to get those because i have to figure out how to get attached to them but i like i like going to the gym. I also like hiking uh-huh horseback ride every week. Wow that's good. That's really good for your legs. They're not quite like jennifer's but they're pretty good and and <hes> and nutrition i eat. Will i grow almost all my food. Even in the winter i describe eating well green juice for the morning that i that i make out of my own spinach and my own mentioned my own <hes> cucumbers the things that grow in my greenhouse during the winter and outside during lunch and for lunch vol- today we ate a sort of a heavy lunch today. I don't usually go out to lunch. I'll eat a nice piece of fish in the salad very light lunch dinner and dinner. I i like having having dinner but <hes> but for the last couple of months i haven't been drinking any alcohol and trying not to eat too much sugar and then late night snack. You're starving one in the morning running. Not i'm not i'm not a snacker pass and i never ever ever drink alone at home or anything like that that exigent. I've never done that. You have a drink at home by yourself. No stoop dog it. You know what i'm saying. I don't do that yeah. I stoop dog at home. I had one last <hes>. Is it true you don't go down the same same road twice in a day. I try never to go down the selves crease. Explain that.

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"stewarts" Discussed on The Corp

The Corp

03:40 min | 11 months ago

"stewarts" Discussed on The Corp

"Wow yeah so she's sharon. Patrick namus is and she worked with the dolans wins on madison square garden city and all that stuff and she but she had a lot of good ideas along with my ideas and we started martha stewart living omnimedia yeah and that omnimedia was a new way of thinking about taking a media company martha stewart with the magazines <hes> and books and then wrapping it with tv wrapping it with the internet was just becoming popular. Can you imagine nine hundred ninety ninety and the internet was just become a thing. It's not so long ago. It wasn't really a thing for another fifteen was real thought we made use of it right away. Our magazine was the first magazine to be digitally produced while on the apple computer pioneer we really and i bought my first computer in nineteen eighty you too so i was an early adopter i even got invited by by bill gates and those guys out in the west coast on chew silicon valley to to <hes> to a meeting eating of early adopters of the computer yeah because i was early but i sort of thought i sort of knew what the computer could do for us and <hes> and it has done a lot more than what i even envisioned yeah so during that stretch when you are killing it in the nineties and your brand is just going off to a different level. Was there ever a moment where you're like. You know what i'm martha stewart now. I don't have to do the research on everything everything. I i put in my books or talk about on my shows kanda not half but i think that happens a lot of times with people but if you read any if my books from from nineteen eighty two entertaining all the way until the present you will find them extremely well researched hardly a mistake tapu anything. We're very very proud of the publications and our magazines the same way. It's one of the best written magazines we've always prided ourselves on and finding other like-minded people to work on our projects with us. Our editors are fantastic editors. The magazines now being edited by a woman called elizabeth graves raves well educated young mother who's a very good editor and she has her fingers on the pulse of the reader now right you have to always make sure that you are touching that current reader and the reader's a diverse group now and our our audience is very diverse because i've i have spread out the demographic a lot by doing something so surprising as a show with snoop talk to see that means that has that has broadened the our demographics so much not only ethnically but also age wise and so that's why your daughter's like me and your wife likes me and hopefully you you like me or understand a love me of but that's why i think because i have never i always believed that people wanna learn and and as a as a teaching business we're in teaching business. I think that if you if you ever for one moment don't believe that your reader or your your customer doesn't wanna learn then you're you're a lost soul interest because they have to they have to you have to think the way they want hires so many <hes> great people if you're one of our listeners and you come to the job and martha stewart is interviewing you hypothetical i._q. Cutie q what's more important and number. Two is what it for certain characteristics..

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"stewarts" Discussed on The Corp

The Corp

04:05 min | 11 months ago

"stewarts" Discussed on The Corp

"I was already out on helicopter. Don't mind. I don't mind both i like both because i'm a tall toll leading and i wouldn't mind some some nice big long. That's wrapped around me camping camping in a horror movie right. I read that as well dated anthony. Oh my gosh and all i could think of was was hannibal lecter liver with some really believe me. I'm sorry i won't scarred scarred. Everyone okay. We're gonna get back on track. That was fun. We have more fun coming but i i wanted to ask a serious question about being a female in a billionaire. The self made billionaire first female self made billionaire the impostor posture syndrome that a lot of women talk about and feeling like you know maybe they don't belong in a boys club. Did you ever have that you refine that he's just asked about imposter syndrome now now on saturday. I didn't hear quite quite correctly and i didn't know what she was talking about imposter syndrome but i know what you're talking about. No i never never felt that. I was brought up. Remember i had three tough brothers. I had a tough father. The eagle scouts were at our the house. All the time in the football team came for saturday breakfast after a big football game in the morning and so no i did not feel at all intimidated aided by men. I never felt that. I was not as good as any man. I never felt like any man was going to put me down and and i have a motto that women in business baby don't cry. That's my motto and that's that has held me. I kept me in a very strong. You can't cry. You can't wind. Can't you can wind. Actually i think windings okay but you you can complain but you cannot cry or show a kind of silly weakness. Don't don't think femininity is gonna get you out of any business. Problems russia's not i come obviously from team sports for twenty five years playing in the major leagues and it was always about team. You can build a great business by yourself but you build a conglomerate. Tell us what how important your team has been. And how do you find people on the way well. When i started the business i met my first president climbing mount kilimanjaro and she and i climbed up that difficult mountain it's not so easy and we talked all the way up about you know no if she asked me she was from mackenzie harvard law school harvard business school and she we talked all the way up that that long hike and at a <hes> at the high altitude about what would make a good business and i had already formulated in my mind the martha stewart living magazine and and we talked about what extensions kind of synergies could happen with that kind of publication and and we came to in agreement by the end of the trip that we would work together. It was really nice. We had sandy pittman with us to do. You remember sandy pittman. No sandy pittman was one of the first women to do all seven peaks. Remember her into thin air. I'm out well she. She got all that trouble at mount everest and although she made it to the top up in most of our team members died remember that was scary and i was supposed to be on that trip and i was going to go to base camp with her. Okay got got it and and then we were going public. That's when we started. That's why we were planning our i._p._o. So the the bankers sitting not such a great idea and i got him out every right now so i didn't go and then they had all that trouble but but i like those kinds of women who are really go getters and doers and and i still hang out with a lot of people like susan marino we know who's here today with us who build their own own thing <hes> do their own thing but what about her in their walk up the harvard business woman and plus free because she was very smart she started e._s._p._n..

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"stewarts" Discussed on The Corp

The Corp

04:12 min | 11 months ago

"stewarts" Discussed on The Corp

"Welcome back to season two of the corp. I am your co host the big cat. I'm here with my co host. Alex rodriguez a rod. It's going to be back to have a second season. I am so excited. You know people everywhere where i go everywhere travelled and been like what's going on with seeing to already. Let's go where hungary and <hes> is going to be. I think even better than season one. I agree and we have a lot in store for everyone so we're doing something a little different. If you remember listening to the corporate season one we dropped everything all at once this season. We're going going to be doing to episodes every tuesday. I believe <hes> and we will pair people together interesting business people. We have kevin bacon and martha stewart this week. We have danika patrick coming up. <hes> stephanie mcmahon all kinds of people from all kinds of walks of life coming up on the corporate season two two so this episode though martha stewart. Maybe my favorite one we've done because she is so energetic so full life. She's written ninety four books or whatever it was. You've known her for awhile now. How that friendship come start yeah. Martha's a force of nature. I i got got to know her back. When i was early days coming to the yankee stadium and she would always sit george steinbrenner seats and would always talk about my my butt in pinstripes. I was like whoa but i've always been a huge fan of hers. I didn't realize how big the conglomerates she built run van in the fact that you know she's not a teenager and she still goes on dating apps. I i just thought the whole thing was awesome. She's such a pioneer and such a role model for everybody. Yes she really is in its. She is definitely <hes> everything about her. You know the the t._v. Host how she's reinvented her career that we talked about <hes> the differences you know the first active recruiter the second career similar yours and i have to ask you this question though <hes> so i'm going to ask a different question for for the intro throw to every single show something a little different for people to the nugget they can get great. <hes> what is we talked about home furnishing with mar- martha stewart and her career and how it is evolved. I'm obsessed with athlete couches. I think athletes have the best couches in the world that the biggest most comfortable couches. What was the first big couch you bought and how much was the first couch i bought was probably in seattle. I was a teenager. I was making good money not like crazy money not like dan cats money waiting for i'm open. I'm getting a bonus issue. Corporal literally yeah <hes> it was a big black black couch and they had in front of course of a big screen t._v. yup and it probably cost. I would say about eight hundred dollars. Oh okay that was nine hundred ninety ninety five or whatever it was but i really do think when you're when you go to an athlete's home and martha stewart probably go against because i don't think she would advise getting enormous oversized couches whenever i go to an athlete's home like that couches pretty <hes> no regular people don't get back out in that that large because they s extra-large or large. I'm talking to my feet. Hang out so you go into an athlete. A bachelor's usually like black leather couch too big screen t._v.'s for football games on sundays and stuff yeah. No one can steal this idea but i'm gonna say it because this is a business podcast but a hank can attest to this. I've had the idea of doing a coffee table. Book exclusively of aptly fleet couches. I love it right by kazan. You're looking at the couch while you're sitting on the couch. It's a whole it's a whole mellow biden. That'd be a bonus share there. We go perfect okay before before we get into our interview with martha stewart a quick word from our sponsor linked in so when i got hired for the corp i didn't go through lincoln and and you probably wish that we had gone through. I did yeah and ended up with me. So that right there tells you why you should use. Lincoln and hiring is in simple as putting an ad in the paper posting into job board when you're juggling hiring with everything it takes to grow your businesses importantly reach the right can't at the right time..

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"stewarts" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"stewarts" Discussed on Thunder Radio

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"stewarts" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

The New Yorker Radio Hour

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"stewarts" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

"Soren this'll room it looks a lot like a jail cell there's a caught over there a little sink mirror above it to table the walls are concrete they would like some he's been chipping away at them within it doesn't look like a prison cell is there's a tv screen up in the corner here oh there's a message coming through on it so the screen saying welcome prisoners please pace electron turned are devices insecurity box on desk now do currently closed the door this lowers escape or him shh hickeys with so we have an hour to his he would heavens if we don't get out do they sell us we have to use our brain the worst it's a brain singular such as one of us right that's you how unease my female intuition i would encourage you to think about the ways in which this israel's not like being at home low i'm definitely trapped in an unpleasant room but nobody suckered meagre trump so it's actually kind of rapid can we book this her christmas a french late let's use the look of things city there are definitely bedbugs on this mattress how isn't it like the holidays but my parents who have nearly as good taste tasted furniture my threats wallpaper really aries riot tend to decline away there's a lock box by the bed we can find a key or a that there's a code summer it into that box.

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"stewarts" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

The New Yorker Radio Hour

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"stewarts" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

"The rest of us do you see similarities between donald trump and and no sisi other than both are being played by putin yet uh barely they're both of oh it's the same thing if the same empty rhetoric uh the non fact still turned effect that blatant lies the victim who that like we have been wrong by everybody nd demagogery that like we are going to plea prevailing make egypt to make america great again same thing what does it tell you about the direction that this country is going in now that you live here well i wouldn't goes that far and and be dramatic and say direction because at the end of the day you guys lost an election just won the election and hopefully you still have institutions people have to have faith in the at the four hundred years of democracy because if trump singlehandedly brings down democracy in this country then you're democracy was very fredra and i hate to think that so i michael bear and then the asked me to give him at of diagnose and that was during the primaries and i told them while america's held a bug you'll democracies to very healthy but it just have a big gorringe mall on his own it's ass so it after trumping prison for two month he asked me so dr what's your diagnose is now and it said i think people should stop trying to diagnose the mall nobody understands the mls the more could be a benign mold emily cnn it mauled a russian more.

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"stewarts" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

The New Yorker Radio Hour

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"stewarts" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

"East has nothing uh this satire that was allowed to exist with social setire it was good if you want to make fun of the people but never mubarak never said dot never nasser oh it's fine with the prime minister but the presence now i had thirty or forty million people watching me fifty percent thirty or forty million people were watching here towards the end those 14 million jobs i i repeat that only because there is not a show in the united states and i can think of the comes anywhere remotely knew that i think a couple of million people watched jon stewart on a on ipm we were the only show in the air war it was making fun authority bus at one point in your new book revolution for dummies you right i was a satirist not a freedom fighter don't you think you were a little of both and are a little above no i think this is part of uh johnston would make the same protests all the time he would say you know i'm i'm not i'm not i'm just a sat or some just making dumb jokes about sarah palin are donald trump i i that's always struck me with all due respect and admiration to to john as a little disingenuous uh i i don't think is disingenuous because when everybody has got a job a sacheries has got one chop what's your job the sacheries is not just to make fun or dumped jokes the saddest is is job is to bring more people to the table to discuss issues that might otherwise be difficult or dumb or dull to discuss i talked about like how they wanted to bring coal back into and they call it clean coal rail you of clean coal to of course and this at any cleaner there a of yeah sure i i try to speak up a coach check to speak about sexual harassment but i was not we didn't have the luxury of changing things because.

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"stewarts" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

The New Yorker Radio Hour

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"stewarts" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

"Suddenly we had 5 million in less than two months and i have every single uh tv station wanting to hire me but how did you have this talent will you just this the kind of funny doctor who made occasional jokes about out about the patient i was a regular guy who would just say jokes like the other guy i i'm i was not particularly ah a clown of the house with the lord there at the house klay there the klesla i was just like a regular guy with leg the good old briggler egyptian humor that's it but was the first episode about the first episode about is like how the media wars trying to get people out of the heavier square trying to spread whatever rumors there there is there to tell them there are people having sex in the streets there are different kind of nationalities conspiring against the country that how this is all in in an external plots of orchestrated by hamas hezbollah iran cia and the move said altogether uh is one amazing moment in one of your shows were you ask a woman who's brought a kind of shopping bag full of stuff to talk we are square and you say who's who's helping you buy these groceries or somebody asked her how how do you afford these groceries said well i get help from the americans and it with perfect comic timing she said n iran test blood center and that will soon naturally because this would we have been hearing in the media it drove was furious and mad to see how the media were belittling the people and and fortunately unfortunately many people believed there are people from outside so they must be enemies so this revolution must be bat now you saw jon stewart as your main influence right away i mean the resemblance and the things that you were getting from him were were elliott heart we're not hard to see so what was the power that you saw in the daily show what was the attraction that you had to it he was making fun of authority and i like that and no one was doing this in egypt not in never even in the middle east.

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"stewarts" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

The New Yorker Radio Hour

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"stewarts" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

"The new yorker radio our is supported by my austrian discover your very own sound of austria and fly nonstop to musical vienna enjoy cordiality in the air with austrian charm hospitality and cuisine from start to stay by the way the austrian charm is so contagious you definitely will take it with you and if you want to continue your journey my austrian flies you to over one hundred thirty destinations worldwide find out more on austrian dot com my austrian the charming way to fly mm i'm david ramnik and you're listening to the new yorker radio hour we talked a couple of minutes ago about the impact of john stewards daily show unamerican satire in society but steward also inspired entertainers around the world to go hard on politics sometimes in countries a lot less tolerant than ours bassem yusef actually wasn't even an entertainer at all he was a heart surgeon in cairo but he was a fan of stewart's and he studied what made the daily show work and after the mubarak regime fell in the arab spring yusef started his own satirical show called all bear namik which translates simply as the show and it was a huge success around the middle east viewers loved it but the ruling classes not so much in its third season alber nommik was cancelled under heavy pressure from the government bassem yousef was forced to flee the country and he's been living in the united states ever since i spoke with him in april just after his book revolution for dummies had come out.

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"stewarts" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

The New Yorker Radio Hour

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"stewarts" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

"That's why he was so familiar to me what role does your show play in this democratic universe wow i i i've always of ways question that you know when it comes to satire as a whole ugo does it help because in some way it brings attention to what's happening will does it hinder because it gives people the illusion that something is being done i think it's a combination of both i also think sometimes the effects may not be seen you think it can hinder oh definitely how sometimes people think because they've loft at an issue or because they've mocked it's they've conquered it they've conquered it and that's not true in our growing up in south africa there was a thing my mom and i used to do in my grandfather we would mark the apartheid government but we still march in a would mark the apartheid government post went out and voted in also the the mockery and the satire was was almost the replenishment of of who we were his people it it galvanized how or the governor's lowering tension but i intention was met met with action the trevor noah host of the daily show on comedy central on today's new yorker radio our we're taking a look at the state of satire in america and abroad in a minute will hear how egyptian satirist created his version of a jon stewart like show and how that landed him in exile stick around.

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"stewarts" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

The New Yorker Radio Hour

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"stewarts" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

"What gave you the ability to see that what we are seeing in him i saw someone who had been successful all over the world you know one thing i saw in donald trump was was charisma i saw at i still see someone who possesses many of the skills that a good comedian possesses by knows how to read an audience feels where the his message is connecting tweaks the material to suit the crowd and is very good at working a bit to get it to the place where it crushes in every single arena in space and that's what i watched on trump do i was watch every single time donald trump got on tv i went man this guy's good and i remember people were like all jeb bush he's probably going to be the nominee as simple why so well he's a bush and his policies as a look do that that stuff was lost out like limoges just watching these people on stage that man is fantastically entertaining and his message is clear which was more important to me i knew what on trump's policies were from the very beginning and politicians especially in america gordon so good at being obscure with the way they use the language go obscure talk about globalization and and tariffs and import duties and tax inversions in the sky just as bulled wall just build a wall and then one goes i i get a do you like building would you not like i that's a simple policy to understand and i i watched him and he reminded me of people back home not just in africa not just on the continent but in the regions that i've done stand up in i went disguised got something you did an amazing segment on the show were you compare trump to a series of african strongmen and were it not so horrifying unabashedly funding what i'm trying to say as a donald trump is presidential he just happens to be running on their own continent.

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"stewarts" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

The New Yorker Radio Hour

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"stewarts" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

"Oh you're already distancing yourself i did a story on after trump first alleged that obama had been listening to him i did a story about trump ordering all the funds the white house covered in tinfoil and i guess on this was a convincing story at least in china because the official chinese news agency pick this up and the story involved trump in his bathrobe roaming the halls ordering people like kellyanne conway to to go out to the storm by tinfoil i really didn't think that this was one of the many stories i've written that were sort of on the border of reality this one i thought was a so the way off in tatters this is again i think aid challenge of writing about trump and probably why it's best to write about other people like betsy devos because anything you write about trump just seems credible immediately because of who he is and what he does you know our colleague malcolm glad well said recently in an episode of his pie cast revisionist history that american satire uh kind of fall short it's a little too polite to its subject is doesn't go for the for the jugular that was his take any way does that ring true for you keno i think the british have like a different adding the british are more forgiving and brutal and i think what sometimes we call satire in america i hate to get into like labels but sometimes it's more burlesque abreu really brilliant example this would be like alec baldwin as donald trump it's more like a burlesque treatment where and he said alec has said in interviews like i'm not really saying anything satirical by him i'm really just saying what he does and i'm sort of anping it up a little bit and i mean the one thing i've been thinking as that once the american people made the decision that a game show hosts should have nuclear weapons was really kind of end of satire like you can't really go past that.

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"stewarts" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

The New Yorker Radio Hour

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"stewarts" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

"Hold tricky things for sateras and this is so hard to improve on the original when he said you know frederick douglass he's he's been doing a great job has been recognised more and more i notice and he said it was so much confidence so much for a moment there i thought maybe frederick douglass is alive and it was doing a great job and doing a great job and from a comedy point of view who's your favorite member of the cabinet while that's tricky know people like ben carson and the forgotten rick perry who is in there somewhere the department of energy secretary they seem like obvious candidates except that the two of them are barely santions said they don't give you very much and i actually my favorite who i think is still a little bit under the radar is betsy devos warren buffett well i think in comedy one thing that really makes a funny comedy character is sheer oblivious nece and she seems to have no sense just how out of her deaths she is i mean she's she's living on the amway fortunes like her fortune is partially based on a ponzi scheme to begin with but she likes so many of the billionaires in the cabinet really seems to believe she's qualified it's really like she looks at our bank account and she thinks that that equals experience and expertise she i think typifies that the most that she has identified as the number one problem our schools today grizzly bears were roaming the halls and need to be shot now i don't know for all our listeners know this but i think now a couple of times in recent months the bore its report has been taken seriously and literally not just here but abroad this has been a problem we and you know this better than aimed at el labeling of libel fifteen tonnes i think after every sentence we say just kidding and at old and yet nevertheless what happens well we did we did a story um it was after what we.

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"stewarts" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

The New Yorker Radio Hour

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"stewarts" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

"This is the new yorker radio oh my god or nitric this mm this is the new yorker radio hour i'm andy borowitz on today's show understanding the trump administration by revisiting an 18 eighty one short story by key demobilized song also a review of brooklyn's controversial table to farm restaurants and the creator of hamilton unveils his muchawaited new musical about another treasury secretary larry summers andy borowitz on the nose as always and and very hurtful and i think i'm not ari covered okay sorry actually think some of the segments would work great the gita mo puzzle thing you put adam gop nick into that and you've got a home run i think you do i'm david remnant today on the new yorker radio our what we're really going to do is talk with some of the leading political satirists working today so i wanted to start close to home with andy who contributes the borowitz reported new yorker dot com i could probably just read is headlines for the next half an hour in we'd be pretty happy but i spoke with any bore which this past spring and the new cycle was already keeping him pretty busy let me ask you this what's been your favorite moments of foreign that trump administration oh gosh i think that learning that frederick douglass was still alive a made me very happy i think that that the way he kicked off black history month with ben carson he's doing a his job because his black friend and yes and he the it that's one of the.

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