16 Burst results for "Thomas Submarine"

"thomas submarine" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:57 min | 9 months ago

"thomas submarine" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Thank you so much for this program let's first to at least the Chinese ward in programming they are kind of taking it away from their prisoners aren't play yeah and what they don't know a lot about that I mean just some reports I read about you know the at the prison systems and things which is very possible but I don't really know so much about it in the course so what I didn't know what you mean about a million people yes that's the shin young people so it okay what's your province of China they are a Turkic people go back centuries the central Asian people they look up kind of the after two chef Cheney's they don't look like Han Chinese are completely different ethnic groups they see hundreds in that province knowledge over the decades China has been moving in Han Chinese it's about fifty fifty now the Han Chinese run everything the the local Turkic people I'm barely speak Mandarin if they can speak it their shepherds there I mean a very low value you know they don't have a lot of skills they had been radicalized a lot of ISIS members were people from this proposition John the last decade has seen huge amount of terrorism in this province really yeah a lot of people don't know what because China did like to talk about it covered it up now they've been releasing all the information in the videos if you can find a language quite shocked do they quality the Chinese government in turn have been power they have called it but if you if you go by this recent video they put all their kind of show the world Hey this is what's been going on thirty people dead here hundred people dead here on these guys there's one video there five guys with samurai swords walking to the train station and just start killing people the thirty one people died all those tears movement going on there and not just that province but other other the they'll go to different provinces size images somewhere isis doesn't really excuse was going on a low so what happened is they said we got a we got to quell this I mean it was basically they were attacking the Han Chinese in the streets and it is just really she's just yeah all the really ugly so they basically set up all these cannot re education camps now I would go to there's a lot of people on the lesser senior concentration camp is way way too far the scene they built crematorium dinner smoke coming out this kind of nonsense but it is a huge a huge problem of human rights you just pick out a million people and put him in re education camps for teaching a Mandarin Chinese or teach them cooking the kitchen plumbing or keep their credit teaches skills to economically empower them so they don't they so they lose a radicalization and then they have to sing a song for the party I mean it's a crazy situation is caught a lot of attention right now and the colors exactly right it was kinda under the radar for a year now the U. S. is talking about putting sanctions against China what kind of using this isn't as a hero in our quiver against them and so all the sudden the the instantly all graduated that's the announcement for a few weeks ago so I think that this be in these camps here soon but that it's been it's been a big thing in in China let's go to your old home town of port Huron Michigan here he's with us go ahead here Hey thank you guys Dan good to talk with you either just a question you mentioned earlier about the government low taxes and then you said a little a little bit of taxes I'm curious what access to fund the government over there what kind of tax and what is the rate of the tax rate yes so when they sell the what's been funding China the last twenty years is mostly they have a V. T. tax and then that the local governments often with the sale of properties all these housing developers would by Lee and then it went right into the government coffers that's gonna change going this future because it's kind of like a one time deal on to sell the land it's sold they're putting in property taxes but their property taxes are less than one percent I like you know point three percent on the average I think only eight I think only top ten percent or fifteen for the country he's attacked the very very small meniscal numbers very progressive down so there's very you know the kind of him very wide open funny mainly comes in the V. T. in sales of the land that's something that we've got Jack in Lakeland Florida Hey Jack thanks for calling at a great long time listener thanks a lot of politicians are listening I I'm sure Donald listens every night Hey or somebody with for his snowed in ministration does there are court Hey the Chinese in contrast generationally they think far ahead I think our politicians are short sighted they think maybe it's a seventy years old they only think thirty years down the road and I forget about it and they don't think far enough ahead I think we may be term limits of something to make him think more about the future generations what do you think Dan yeah I totally agree Chinese politicians all come out of the system now keep in mind our our politicians are basically civilian lot of stay in there long time but these Chinese politicians are trained over twenty thirty years they start off in the provinces how to help the local township hello then you move up how to help the city how to do that help the state the province and they move up that way so they really understand economics they really understand you know how to help improve the local living conditions where is over here in Canada have strategy their funding semiconductor plants and over here we're funding publicly funding sports stadiums with a different outlook they have they're in it for the long run there are five thousand your civilization they look at the last hundred years as the aberration when they had the sentry humiliation and they think they're gonna go back on top where they've always been we've got weighing in Tacoma Washington now Hey Wayne thank you Sir grocers does all burned down I'm gonna have a comment and I have a question the comment is on China's economy I've been telling people for forty years not to buy anything from China because I know that a high percentage of that money certain percentage anyway goes to the key all late the people abrasion on me many Americans don't know that they actually created the Communist Party and I think to a large degree like you said the the president of the country also the president of the LA all the different divisions of the military there's over two million people in our military over there will largest military spending upwards of a hundred thousand dollars per person now that's in the military for developing all the different programs that they have rockets and for these some rings out thank you for the little spot on your a NUS what else on the marines are building the Thomas submarines the door to talks all the time about a Thomas guard being dangerous think about the economist the marines are gonna have now what I know we have super sonic heroes I believe they have also developed supersonic for details and I know they have talked about mark seven missile that can take out any of our worship center over there and we can't stop them the question is what do you think will happen if they do succeed and putting up five hundred a thousand five.

"thomas submarine" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:52 min | 9 months ago

"thomas submarine" Discussed on KGO 810

"A project into the future where this might go on did this America's first policy which by the way do you like it is a great book called Hitler in LA when the sub some Americans were part of the of did not see that Hitler at that and that slogan was America's first and I listened over the a and thank you so much with this program let's take the first two at least the Chinese organ program they are kind of taking it away from their prisoners aren't play yeah unfortunate don't know a lot about that I mean just some reports I read about you know that we have the prison systems and things which is very possible but I don't really know so much about it in the course so what I didn't know what you mean about a million people yeah so that's the shin young people so it okay what's your province of China there are a Turkic people go back centuries the central Asian people they look up kind of the half Turkish Afghanis they don't look like Han Chinese are completely different ethnic groups they used to be hundreds in that province knowledge over the decades China has been moving in Han Chinese it's about fifty fifty now the Han Chinese run everything the the local Turkic people a lot of barely speak Mandarin if they can speak it their shepherds they're I mean they're very low value you know they don't have a lot of skills they had been radicalized a lot of ISIS members were people from this proposition young the last decade has seen huge amount of terrorism in this province really yeah lot of people don't know what it is trying to do like to talk about it they covered it up now they've been releasing all the information and the videos which you can find a language quite shocked do they quality the Chinese government in turn have manpower they have called it but if you if you go by this recent video they put all their kind of show the world Hey this is what's been going on thirty people dead here hundred people dead here on these guys there's one video there five guys with samurai swords walking at the train station and just start killing people I think thirty one people died all those tears movement going on there and not just that province but other other the they'll go to different provinces size images somewhere isis doesn't really excuse was going on a low so what happened is they said we got a we got to quell this I mean it was basically they were attacking the Han Chinese in the streets and it is just really she's just north here's yeah all the really ugly so they basically set up all these kind of re education camps now I would go to there's a lot of people on the lesser senior concentration camp as a way way too far the scene they built crematorium dinner smoke coming out this kind of nonsense but it is a huge huge problem of human rights you just pick out a million people and put him in re education camps for teaching a Mandarin Chinese or teach them cooking or teaching plumbing their teeth they're trying to teach them skills to economically empower them so they don't they so they lose a radicalization and then they have to sing a song for the party I mean it's a crazy situation is caught a lot of attention right now in the caller's exactly right it was kind of under the radar for a year now the U. S. is talking about putting sanctions against China we're kind of using this isn't as a hero in our quiver against them and so all the sudden the vin instantly all graduated that's the announcement for a few weeks ago so I think of this man these camps here soon but that it's been it's been a big thing in in China let's go to your old home town of port Huron Michigan here he's with us go ahead here Hey thank you guys Dan good to talk with you either just a question you mentioned earlier about the government lower taxes and they use that little a little bit of taxes I'm curious what exes do fund the government over there what kind of tax and what is the rate of the tax rate yes so when they sell the what's been funding China the last twenty years is mostly they have a V. T. tax and then that the local governments often with the sale of property so all these housing developers would by Lee and then that went right into the government coffers that's gonna change going this future because it's kind of like a one time deal want to sell the land it's sold they're putting in property taxes but their property taxes are less than one percent they're like you know point three percent on the average I think only eight I think only top ten percent or fifteen so the country pays the tax the very very small minuscule numbers very progressive down so there's very you know the counting him very wide open funny mainly comes in the beauty in the sales of the land that stopped need we've got Jack in Lakeland Florida Hey Jack thanks for calling a great long time listener thanks a lot of politicians are listening I I'm sure Donald listens every night Hey or somebody will for his snowed in ministration does they are overweight Hey the Chinese in contrast generationally they think far ahead I think our politicians are short sighted they think maybe it's a seventy years old they always think thirty years down the road then I forget about it and they don't play far enough ahead I think we may be term limits or something to make them think more about the future generations what are you saying dance yeah I totally agree Chinese politicians all come out of the system now keep in mind our our politicians are basically civilian lot of stay in there a long time but these Chinese politicians are trained over twenty thirty years they start off in the provinces how to help the local township hello then you move up how to help the city how to do that help the state the province and they move up that way so they really understand economics they really understand you know how to help improve the locals living conditions where is over here in China they have strategy their funding semiconductor plants and over here we're funding publicly funny sports stadiums the different I'll look they have they're in it for the long run there are five thousand your civilization they look at the last hundred years as the aberration when they had the sentry humiliation and they think they're gonna go back on top where they've always been got weighing in Tacoma Washington now Hey Wayne thank you Sir grocers does her all down I'm gonna have a comment and I have a question the comment is on China's economy I've been telling people for forty years not to buy anything from China because I know that a high percentage of that money certain percentage anyway goes to the P. all late the people of British Army many Americans don't know that they actually created the Communist Party and I think to a large degree like you said the the president of the country also the president of the PO a all the different divisions of the military there's over two million people in our military over their worlds largest military spending upwards of a hundred thousand dollars per person now that's in the military for developing colder different up programs that they have rockets and for these some rings out thank you for the little spot on your a news web cast on the submarines are building the Thomas submarines and your talks all the time about a Thomas guard being dangerous just think about the economist the marines are gonna have now what I know we have super sonic heroes I believe they have also developed supersonic torpedoes and I know they have talked about mark seven missile that can take out any of our worship center over there and we can stop some of the question is what do you think will happen if they do succeed and putting up five hundred a thousand five thousand of these small submarines they say their diesel powered now but the indicate.

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"thomas submarine" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

07:34 min | 9 months ago

"thomas submarine" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Of the of did not see that Hitler at that and that slogan was America's first and I listened over the and thank you so much with this program let's first to at least the Chinese organ program they are kind of taking it away from their prisoners aren't play yeah unfortunate don't know a lot about that I mean just some reports I read about you know that we have the prison systems and things which is very possible but I don't really know so much about it in the course so what I didn't know what you mean about a million people yeah so that's the shin young people so the current western province of China they are a Turkic people go back centuries the central Asian people they look up kind of the half Turkish Afghanis they don't look like Han Chinese are completely different ethnic groups they used to be hundreds in that province knowledge over the decades China has been moving in Han Chinese it's about fifty fifty now the Han Chinese run everything the the local Turkic people a lot of barely speak Mandarin if they can speak it their shepherds they're I mean they're very low value you know they don't have a lot of skills they had been radicalized a lot of ISIS members were people from this proposition young the last decade has seen huge amount of terrorism in this province really yeah lot of people don't know about because China didn't like to talk about it covered it up now they've been releasing all the information and the videos which you can find online to quite shocked do they quality the Chinese government internal head of manpower they have called it but if you if you go by this recent video they put all their kind of show the world Hey this is what's been going on thirty people dead here hundred people dead here on these guys there's one video there five guys with samurai swords walking at the train station and just start killing people I think thirty one people died all those tears movement going on there and not just that province but other other the they'll go to different provinces size images somewhere isis doesn't really excuse was going on a little so what happened is he said we got a we got to quell this I mean it was basically they were attacking the Han Chinese in the streets and it is just really she's just north her him years yeah all the really ugly so they basically set up all these kind of re education camps now I wouldn't go to there's a lot of people in the west senior concentration camp as a way way too far they see in the bill crematoriums inner smoke coming out this kind of nonsense but it is a huge huge problem of human rights you just pick out a million people and put him in re education camps they're teaching a Mandarin Chinese are teaching them cooking or teaching plumbing or keep the accreditation skills to economically empower them so they don't they so they lose a radicalization and then they have to sing a song for the party I mean it's a crazy situation is caught a lot of attention right now in the caller's exactly right it was kind of under the radar for a year now the U. S. is talking about putting sanctions against China we're kind of using this isn't as a hero in our quiver against them and so all the sudden the vin instantly all graduated that's the announcement for a few weeks ago so I think they'll disband these camps here soon but that it's been it's been a big thing in in China let's go to your old home town of port Huron Michigan here he's with us go ahead here thank you guys Dan good to talk with you either just a question you mentioned earlier about the government low taxes and then you said a little a little bit of taxes I'm curious what axes to fund the government over there what kind of tax and what is the rate of the tax rate yes so when they sell the what's been funding China the last twenty years is mostly they have a view T. tax and then that the local governments often with the seal of properties so all these housing developers would by Lee and then that went right into the government coffers that's gonna change going this future because it's kind of like a one time deal on to sell the land it sold they're putting in property taxes but their property taxes are less than one percent I like you know point three percent on the average I think only eight I think only top ten percent or fifteen for the country pays the tax the very very small minuscule number three progressive down so there's very you know the kind of him very wide open funny mainly comes in the beauty in the sales of the land next stop we've got Jack in Lakeland Florida Hey Jack thanks for calling a great long time listener thanks a lot of politicians are listening I I'm sure Donald listens every night or somebody with for his snowed in ministration does hello Hey the Chinese in contrast generationally they think far ahead I think our politicians are short sighted they think maybe it's a seventy years old they only think thirty years down the road then I forget about it and they don't play far enough ahead I think we may be term limits of something to make them think more about the future generations what do you think Dan yeah I totally agree Chinese politicians all come out of the system now keep in mind our our politicians are basically civilian lot of stay in there long time but these Chinese politicians are trained over twenty thirty years they start off in the provinces how to help the local township hello then you move up how to help the city how to do that help the state the province and they move up that way so they really understand economics they really understand you know how to help improve the local living conditions where is over here in China they have strategy their funding semiconductor plants and over here we're funding publicly funny sports stadiums the different outlook they have they're in it for the long run there are five thousand your civilization they look at the last hundred years as the aberration when they had the sentry humiliation and they think they're gonna go back on top where they've always been we've got weighing in Tacoma Washington now Hey Wayne thank you Sir Richard Fisher all damn I'm gonna have a comment and I have a question the comment is on China's economy I've been telling people for forty years not to buy anything from China because I know that a high percentage of that money certain percentage anyway goes to the key all late the people Liberation Army many Americans don't know that they actually created the Communist Party and I think to a large degree like you said the the president of the country also the president of the PO a all the different divisions of the military there's over two million people in our military over their worlds largest military spending upwards of a hundred thousand dollars per person now that's in the military for developing older different the programs that they have rockets and for these some rings out thank you for the little spot on near a news web cast on the submarines are building the a Thomas submarines a Georgia talks all the time about a Thomas guard being dangerous think about the economist the marines are gonna have no well I know we have super sonic heroes I believe they have also developed supersonic appeals and I know they have talked about mark seven missile that can take out any of our worship center over there and we can't stop them the question is what do you think will happen if they do succeed and putting up five hundred a thousand five thousand of these small submarines they say their.

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"thomas submarine" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:30 min | 9 months ago

"thomas submarine" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Had been radicalized a lot of ISIS members were people from this proposition young the last decade has seen huge amount of terrorism in this province really yeah lot of people don't know about because China didn't like to talk about it covered it up now they've been releasing all the information and the videos which you can find online with you quite shocked do they collect the Chinese government in turn have been power they have called it but if you if you go by this recent video they put all their kind of show the world Hey this is what's been going on thirty people dead here hundred people dead here on these guys there's one video there five guys with samurai swords walking at the train station and just start killing people I think thirty one people died all those tears movement going on there and not just that province but other other the they'll go to different provinces size images somewhere isis doesn't really excuse was going on a little so what happened is they said we got a we got to quell this I mean it was basically they were attacking the Han Chinese in the streets and that this is really all she's just north yeah all the really ugly so they basically set up all these kind of re education camps now I would go to there's a lot of people on the lesser senior concentration camp as a way way too far they're saying they built crematorium dinner smoke coming out this kind of nonsense but it is a huge huge album of human rights you just pick out a million people and put him in re education camps for teaching a Mandarin Chinese are teaching them cooking or teaching plumbing or treat their credit teaches skills to economically empower them so they don't they so they lose a radicalization and then they have to sing a song for the party I mean it's a crazy situation is caught a lot of attention right now and the colors exactly right it was kind of under the radar for a year now the U. S. is talking about putting sanctions against China we're kind of using this isn't as a hero in our quiver against them and so all of a sudden the vin instantly all graduated that's the announcement for a few weeks ago so I think of this be in these camps here soon but that it's been it's been a big thing in in China let's go to your old home town of port Huron Michigan here he's with us go ahead here Hey thank you guys Dan good to talk with you either just a question you mentioned earlier about the government low taxes and they use that little a little bit of taxes I'm curious what axes to fund the government over there what kind of tax and what is the rate of the tax rates yes so when they sell the what's been funding China the last twenty years is mostly they have a V. T. tax and then that the local governments are funded with the sale of properties so all these housing developers would finally and then that went right into the government coffers that's gonna change going this future because it's kind of like a one time deal once you sell the land it sold they're putting in property taxes but their property taxes are less than one percent they're like you know point three percent on the average I think only eight I think only top ten percent or fifteen to the country pays the tax the very very small minuscule numbers very progressive down so there's very you know the kind of him very wide open funny mainly comes in the beauty in the sales of the land that stopped we've got Jack in Lakeland Florida Hey Jack thanks for calling at a great long time listener thanks a lot of politicians are listening I I'm sure Donald listens every night Hey or somebody will for his the administration does hello Hey the Chinese thank you master generationally they think far ahead I think all politicians are short sighted they take maybe if the seventy years old they only think thirty years down the road and I forget about it and they don't think far enough ahead I think we may be term limits of something to make him think more about the future generations what do you think Dan yeah I totally agree Chinese politicians all come out of the system now keep in mind our our politicians are basically civilian lot of stay in there a long time but these Chinese politicians are trained over twenty thirty years they start off in the provinces how to help the local township hello then you move up how to help the city how to do that help the state the province and they move up that way so they really understand economics they really understand you know how to help improve the local living conditions where is over here in Canada have strategy their funding semiconductor plants and over here we're funding publicly funny sports stadiums with a different outlook they have they're in it for the long run there are five thousand your civilization they look at the last hundred years as the aberration when they had the sentry humiliation and they think they're gonna go back on top where they've always been got weighing in Tacoma Washington now Hey Wayne thank you Sir Richard does all down I'm gonna have a comment and I have a question the comment is on China's economy I've been telling people for forty years not to buy anything from China because I know that a high percentage of that money certain percentage anyway goes to the PL late the people's Liberation Army many Americans don't know that they actually created the Communist Party and I think to a large degree like you said the the president of the country also the president of the LA all the different divisions of the military there's over two million people in our military over their worlds largest military spending upwards of a hundred thousand dollars per person now that's in the military for developing older different programs that they have rockets and for these some rings out thank you for the little spot on your a news web cast on the submarines are building the a Thomas submarines the door to talks all the time about a Thomas guard being dangerous think about the economist the marines are gonna have now what I know we have super sonic heroes I believe they have also developed supersonic torpedoes and I know they have talked about mark seven missile that can take out any of our worship center over there and we can't stop them the question is what do you think will happen if they do succeed and putting up five hundred a thousand five thousand of these small submarines they say their diesel powered.

China
"thomas submarine" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

08:11 min | 9 months ago

"thomas submarine" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Course we don't hear anything about is because human rights is it is not an issue these days and lastly I'd like you to talk about because we're not in a position to form coalitions which would be Asia or Europe I'd like you to start a project into the future where this might go on did this America first policy which by the way do you like it is a great book called Hitler in LA when the sub some Americans were part of the of did not see that Hitler at that and that slogan was America's first and I listened over the a and thank you so much for this program let's take the first two at least the Chinese organ program they are kind of taking it away from their prisoners aren't play yeah unfortunate don't know a lot about that I mean just some reports I read about you know that we have the prison systems and things which is very possible but I don't really know so much about it in the course so what I didn't know what you mean about a million people yeah so that's the shin young people so okay western province of China they are a Turkic people go back centuries the central Asian people they look kind of the half Turkish F. Cheney's they don't look like Han Chinese are completely different ethnic groups they used to be hundreds in that province knowledge over the decades China has been moving in Han Chinese it's about fifty fifty now the Han Chinese run everything the the local Turkic people I'm barely speak Mandarin if they can speak it their shepherds they're I mean they're very low value you know they don't have a lot of skills they had been radicalized a lot of ISIS members were people from this proposition young the last decade has seen huge amount of terrorism in this province really yeah lot of people don't know what because China did like to talk about they covered it up now they've been releasing all the information and the videos which you can find a language quite shop do they collect the Chinese government in terms of manpower they have called it but if you if you go by this recent video they put all their kind of show the world Hey this is what's been going on thirty people dead here hundred people dead here on these guys there's one video there five guys with samurai swords walking at the train station and just start killing people I think thirty one people died all those tears movement going on there and not just that province but other other the they'll go to different provinces size images somewhere isis doesn't really excuse was going on a little so what happened is they said we got a we got to quell this I mean it was basically they were attacking the Han Chinese in the streets and that this is really all she's just north here's yeah all the really ugly so they basically set up all these cannot re education camps now I would go to there's a lot of people in the west senior concentration camp as a way way too far the scene they built crematorium dinner smoke coming out that's kind of nonsense but it is a huge a huge album of human race you just pick out a million people and put him in re education camps they're teaching a Mandarin Chinese are teaching them cooking their teaching plumbing their teeth they're trying to teach them skills to economically empower them so they don't they so they lose a radicalization and then they have to sing a song for the party I mean it's a crazy situation is caught a lot of attention right now and the colors exactly right it was kind of under the radar for a year now the U. S. is talking about putting sanctions against China we're kind of using this isn't as a hero in our quiver against them and so all the sudden the vin instantly all graduated that's the announcement for a few weeks ago so I think of this be in these camps here soon but that it's been it's been a big thing in in China let's go to your old home town of port Huron Michigan here he's with us go ahead here Hey thank you guys Dan good to talk with you either just a question you mentioned earlier about the government low taxes and then you said a little a little bit of taxes I'm curious what exes do fund the government over there what kind of tax and what is the rate of the tax rate yes so when they sell the what's been funding China the last twenty years is mostly they have a V. T. tax and then that the local governments often with the sale of property so all these housing developers would by Lee and then that went right into the government coffers that's gonna change going this future because it's kind of like a one time deal once you sell the land it's sold they're putting in property taxes but their property taxes are less than one percent I like you know point three percent on the average I think only eight I think only top ten percent or fifteen to the country pays the tax the very very small minuscule numbers very progressive down so there's very you know the counting him very wide open funny mainly comes in the beauty in the sales of the land thank stomped need we've got Jack in Lakeland Florida Hey Jack thanks for calling and a great long time listener thanks a lot of politicians are listening I I'm sure Donald listen very nice to have or somebody will for his snowed in ministration does there are well it Hey the Chinese in contrast generationally they think far ahead I think all politicians are short sighted they take maybe if the seventy years old they only think thirty years down the road then I forget about it and they don't play far enough ahead I think we may be term limits of something to make him think more about the future generations what do you think Dan yeah I totally agree Chinese politicians all come out of the system now keep in mind our our politicians are basically civilian lot of stay in there a long time but these Chinese politicians are trained over twenty thirty years they start off in the provinces how to help the local township hello any move of how to help the city how to do that help the state the province and they move up that way so they really understand economics they really understand you know how to help improve the local living conditions where is over here in Canada have strategy their funding semiconductor plants and over here we're funding publicly funny sports stadiums with a different outlook they have they're in it for the long run there are five thousand your civilization they look at the last hundred years as the aberration when they had the sentry humiliation and they think they're gonna go back on top where they've always been got weighing in Tacoma Washington now Hey Wayne thank you Sir grocers all burned down I'm gonna have a comment and I have a question the comment is on China's economy I've been telling people for forty years not to buy anything China because I know that a high percentage of that money a certain percentage anyway goes to the key all late the people of British Army many Americans don't know that they actually created the Communist Party and I think to a large degree like you said the the president of the country is also the president of the LA all the different divisions of the military there's over two million people in our military over there will largest military spending upwards of a hundred thousand dollars per person now that's in the military for developing colder different up programs that they have rockets and for these some rain god thank you for the little spot on your a news web cast on the submarines are building the a Thomas submarines a dirty talk all the time about a Thomas guard being dangerous think about the economist the marines are gonna have now what I know we have super sonic heroes I believe they have also developed supersonic per view does and I know they have talked about mark seven missile that can take out any of our worship center over there and we can't stop them the question is what do you think will happen if they do succeed and putting up five hundred a thousand five thousand of these small submarines they say their diesel powered now but.

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"thomas submarine" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

06:32 min | 9 months ago

"thomas submarine" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Value you know they don't have a lot of skills they had been radicalized a lot of ISIS members were people from this province Xinjiang the last decade has seen huge amount of terrorism in this province really yeah lot of people don't know about because China didn't like to talk about it they covered it up now they've been releasing all the information and the videos which you can find online with you quite shocked do they quality the Chinese government in turn have been power they have called it but if you if you go by this recent video they put all their kind of show the world Hey this is what's been going on thirty people dead here hundred people dead here on these guys there's one video there five guys with samurai swords walking at the train station and just start killing people I think thirty one people died all those tears movement going on there and not just that province but other other the they'll go to different provinces size images somewhere isis doesn't really excuse was going on a little so what happened is they said we got a we got to quell this I mean it was basically they were attacking the Han Chinese in the streets and it is just really she's just north yeah all the really ugly so they basically set up all these kind of re education camps now I would go to there's a lot of people in the west there senior concentration camp as a way way too far they're saying they built crematorium dinner smoke coming out this kind of nonsense but it is a huge huge problem of human rights you just pick out a million people and put him in re education camps for teaching a Mandarin Chinese are teaching them cooking or teaching plumbing or keep their credit teaches skills to economically empower them so they don't they so they lose a radicalization and then they have to sing a song for the party I mean it's a crazy situation is caught a lot of attention right now in the caller's exactly right it was kind of under the radar for a year now the U. S. is talking about putting sanctions against China we're kind of using this isn't as a hero in our quiver against them and so all the sudden the vin instantly all graduated that's the announcement for a few weeks ago so I think of this ban these camps here soon but that it's been it's been a big thing in in China let's go to your old home town a port Huron Michigan here he's with us go ahead here Hey thank you guys damn good to talk with you either just a question you mentioned earlier about the government low taxes and they use that little a little bit of taxes I'm curious what exes do fund the government over there what kind of tax and what is the rate is the tax rate yes so when they sell the what's been funding China the last twenty years is mostly they have a V. T. tax and then that the local governments often with the sale of property so all these housing developers would buy land and that went right into the government coffers that's gonna change going this future because it's kind of like a one time deal once you sell the land it's sold they're putting in property taxes but their property taxes are less than one percent they're like you know point three percent on the average I think only eight I think only top ten percent or fifteen to the country pays the tax the very very small minuscule number three progressive down so there's very you know the counting him very wide open funny mainly comes in the beauty in the sales of the land that stopped we've got Jack in Lakeland Florida Hey Jack thanks for calling a great long time listener thanks a lot of politicians are listening I I'm sure Donald listens every night or somebody will for his the administration does hello Hey the Chinese thank you master generationally they think far ahead I think our politicians are short sighted they think maybe it's a seventy years old they always think thirty years down the road and I forget about it and they don't think far enough ahead I think we may be term limits of something to make him think more about the future generations what do you think Dan yeah I totally agree Chinese politicians all come out of the system now keep in mind our our politicians are basically civilian lot of stay in there a long time but these Chinese politicians are trained over twenty thirty years they start off in the provinces how to help the local township hello then you move up how to help the city how to do that help the state the province and they move up that way so they really understand economics they really understand you know how to help improve the local living conditions where is over here in China they have strategy their funding semiconductor plants and over here we're funding publicly funny sports stadiums with a different outlook they have they're in it for the long run there are five thousand your civilization they look at the last hundred years as the aberration when they had the sentry humiliation and they think they're gonna go back on top where they've always been got weighing in Tacoma Washington now Hey Wayne good evening thank you Sir grocers does all down I'm gonna have a comment and I have a question the comment is on China's economy I've been telling people for forty years not to buy anything from China because I know that a high percentage of that money certain percentage anyway goes to the P. L. A. the people's Liberation Army many Americans don't know that they actually created the Communist Party and I think to a large degree like you said the the president of the country also the president of the PO a all the different divisions of the military there's over two million people in our military over their worlds largest military spending upwards of a hundred thousand dollars per person now that's in the military for developing older different up programs that they have rockets and for the use of some rings out thank you for the little spot on your a news web cast on the submarines are building the a Thomas submarines and George talks all the time about a Thomas guard being dangerous just think about the economist the marines are gonna have no well I know we have super sonic heroes I believe they have also developed supersonic torpedoes and I know they have talked about mark seven missile that can take out any of our worship center over there and we can't stop them the question is what do you think will happen if they do succeed and putting up five hundred a thousand five thousand of these small submarines they say their.

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"thomas submarine" Discussed on Start Here

Start Here

09:05 min | 1 year ago

"thomas submarine" Discussed on Start Here

"Perhaps the scariest thing about recent mass shootings is just how quickly they unfold. Remember in Dayton Ohio. The killer was brought down within thirty two seconds in that time he still shot more than thirty people nine fatally in Paso Texas authorities were on the scene within six minutes minutes twenty. Two people had died new. Imagine how bad these would be if cops just never seemed to arrive two years ago this week at a country music concert right below the Mandalay Bay Hotel in Las Vegas the gunshots started and they didn't stop a constant barrage for what felt like any turn ity it became the deadliest mass shooting in American history and over those years the wounds for so many families have remained unhealed their stories unfinished I but now we know one. Chapter is about to come to a close next tonight. A massive settlement for the worst mass shooting in modern American history fiedler in the company that owns Mandalay Bay could now offer offer up to eight hundred million dollars to the families in the form of a settlement. ABC's chief national correspondent Matt Gutman covered that horrific shooting on the ground and we're talking talking amongst a billion dollars here I mean how do they reach that number. You know it seems like an astronomical number but when you break it down you have fifty eight people who were killed hundreds words of people who were wounded and then thousands of people who suffered some sort of post traumatic stress simply by being there and amidst that heard of people fleeing the gunfire. I'm fire during that Route Ninety one harvest festival. How do you assign value to suffering all through my forehead. I have the hardest part. Is missing my daughter and seen her picture and her not being there. This is a very difficult formula. They actually are going with a third party administrator to assign the specific value alley for each particular claiming but basically the eight hundred million is a big ballpark figure that was reached by the members of the class who are suing MGM MGM and MGM resorts that said this is how much are insurers and we think that we can give up and make everybody feel whole weight than do people have to apply and like explain lean wear mgm failed them like what kind of liabilities are in effect here yeah they basically have to apply they are part of a class action suit or various claimants who are part of attorneys suits against MGM resorts now it started in such a weird way. Brad because obviously many people thought that MGM and it's hotel tell the Mandalay Bay would be liable since Stephen Paddock the shooter bride in ten high-powered rifles thousands of rounds of ammunition right through the front endure the hotel past a sign. I might add that says no firearms allowed so in order to head off a potentially catastrophic suit for mgm the company but he actually sued victims people who had signaled that they were going to launch claims against the company beforehand preemptively these people I I yeah they were using a an anti-terrorism federal law that was instituted after nine eleven basically said if it's terrorism related needed then you can protect yourself and companies not liable obviously ultimately that would not hold water and they didn't actually demand any money for the thousand claimants that had had actually preemptively sued but that did cause massive outrage now the attorneys and the victims with whom I'm speaking are saying okay now. We feel better about this finally. MGM stepped up to the plate and demonstrated some corporate responsibility. did the right thing to huge dollar figure amid the largest number of victims and witnesses to any mass shooting in America ever. You wonder if this is the kind of thing companies are thinking about the institute their own new policies across the country Matt Doc Goodman thank you thanks Brad next up on start here. It's the most serious missile launch of the year but the US tells North Korea were still down to chat. There's nothing like a night of good sleep to avoid those groggy mornings so if you're struggling to get a good night's sleep you've gotta try. Purple Mattress. The purple mattress will probably feel different than anything you've experienced because it uses this this brand new material that was developed by an actual rocket scientist. It's not like the memory foam you're used to and now listeners will get a free purple pillow with the purchase of mattress just text. ABC Two eight four eight eight eight the only way to get a free pillow is to text ABC two eight four eight eight eight message and data rates may apply. 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Then North Korea said it was working on a missile well you can launch from a submarine we spoke to ABC's chief. Global Affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz who told us that's a worrisome escalation because it means North Korea can launch potentially a nuke from anywhere. Where will this week is the trump administration prepared for possible? We start of nuclear talks. North Korea claimed it's gone ahead and done that. North Korea said Thursday a projectile title it fired. This week was a ballistic missile launched from a submarine. We Got Martha back with us now in DC Martha. That's how scary right. Should I be scared. It sounds like I should be scared well. It's a little confusing because when you say a missile was launched from a submarine that it was a submarine launched missile the truth is the missile wasn't actually launched reached from a submarine they did a test from a platform in the water but if they perfect that and they do launch one they test fire it from Thomas Submarine then we really better look out that is a significant development and it is scary in the sense that submarines are stealthy. They don't want anyone to see those submarines. I mean I think we have plenty of satellites up there right now that we can see things that happen on land but it makes it harder to detect the missile and you know submarines can move wherever they want so then it came off this platform. This still technology to be perfected is one of the higher profile launches since these two leaders met face as to face a very very good meeting with chairman. Kim and the trump administration was going to have these talks with North Koreans right. was there have not been a lot of lately. I guess I I think everyone thought that must be the end of those talks. It's not why it's not an I think they're bully aware that uses fully aware that what North Korea is trying to do is get itself in a strong strong negotiating position. you know not pushing too far. They're not launching long range missiles and testing long ranger. ICBM's they're doing these shorter order range missiles. This in fact was a short range missile despite the fact. They're trying to perfect it for submarines so it it it's Kim Jong UN saying. Hey don't forget yet what I'm doing over here. Don't forget even if we'd go back to a negotiating table what's the strategy then from the US saying actually yes we will still meet with you in theory that could throw up their hands and say we're not meeting with you well. You've heard the president the missile deaths evolving short-range ballistic missile death no he has downplayed the short range missile launches because in fact they're short range. Missiles weren't part of the agreement. He said he had with Kim Jong UN although the UN isn't isn't too happy about these launches. You Insecurity Council has passed resolutions that ban the north from using Ballistic Missile Technology John Young rejects that saying the sanctions are an infringement on its right to self-defence we have a chance for the total de Nuclearization of an an area of the world that was very dangerous in in many ways the US donald trump. The administration really needs progress here. This was something something key has talked about that. He's going to get North Korea denuclearize so the United States really wants this to happen. You can imagine the sort of good cop bad cop routine as the deal with at the US really wanting needs to go forward Martha Raddatz. Thank you happy to talk to you brad.

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"thomas submarine" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

13:43 min | 1 year ago

"thomas submarine" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"One FM. National security and foreign affairs expert. Lieutenant Colonel Robert mcginnis US army retired is here, and we are talking about artificial intelligence on coast to coast AM and Bob back in February. Although I didn't get a lot of attention in the media, President Trump signed an executive order regarding artificial intelligence, what was that all about? Well, as you said in the previous segment Richard that DARPA is way behind the Chinese on spending. In fact, you know, we know that China has declared it's going to be the dominant force in the world by twenty thirty and the president basically called on the federal agencies to develop artificial intelligence capabilities for us economically as well as for the defense of this nation, and he he put out that high level guidance, and basically said spend more wisely on these types of technologies. He, of course, talks about the. He is the internet of things and five G. And and all the things that we must do to really bring the US government online. You know, I'm reminded by something that the current under secretary of defense for research, and engineering said, and this is a quote, there might be an artificial intelligence arms race. But we're not yet in it said, Dr Michael Griffin. In fact, the US government has stood up there at the Pentagon joint artificial intelligence center. And so what we've tried to do much like in our space program. And under the space force. We've tried to bring all these A I projects under one umbrella. It's gonna take a while. And of course, due to bureaucratic infighting, and, you know, fighting for pieces of the budget. You know, we're not there yet. But at least we're moving in the right direction. I think the president's. Idea is appropriate because this is an arms race in arms race. Unlike anything we've ever seen how much weight though, does an executive order like this carry. I mean, it's it's one thing to have congress pass a law. But this is this is the president basically swiping his panic cross a piece of paper. I mean is this gonna is enough? This is going to get it done. Of course, it won't get it done. Congress has had hearings on this in the past, you know, the Pentagon and the rest of the federal agencies. They have to be focused on this issue. And frankly, there are a lot of distractions out there, you know, in a conventional way, you know, we're concerned about issues literally across the world. You know, even though the US defense department has a budget this year in excess of seven hundred billion plus another one hundred and sixty billion for overseas contingency operations. A lot of that is already designated to conventional fighting and preparations and just normal readiness. But it's not focus on artificial intelligence. And yet that is the future. There's no question certainly in my mind, and in the mine, I think those that are following all these intellectual and challenging future, you know, things right on our cusp. But you know, we still have to defend our border. We have to defend ourselves and our allies in Europe. And then, of course, with the Chinese double digit investing in ratcheting up their conventional forces, we have to keep that in mind. But at the same time, you know, we have to be able to do this. So it's a priority. But I don't think it really is ceased federal government is. Yeah. Right. Representatives congressmen senators they love defense spending because often it's it's like, you know, pork barrel, politics, it brings a lot of money into a particular jurisdiction. So with artificial intelligence. I mean, how is that going to change the way that the defense is spent defense defense budgets are spent? Well, it has to be refocused, and we have to set very specific goals in terms of platforms that have to be either semi autonomous or Thomas. Whether it's in space, or it's electric warfare types of pieces, certainly submarines, you know, Vladimir Putin announced at his address to the nation earlier this month that you know, they have an Thomas submarine that can stay underwater for as long as necessary because it's a nuclear capable submarine. The Chinese have anti-satellite systems that we need, you know, we have one, but it's not quite as developed as Chinese the Russians and even the Indians test when a couple of weeks ago, you know, all of these technologies if we're going to be the world leader, and we're going to be able to maintain her own sovereignty and our own interests are crossed this world. We've got. To keep pace. And I I'm very concerned that we are. Now, you know, according to even public statements by senior defense officials we are falling behind, and we're not willing at this point to invest significantly in the types of technologies that are going to be the future of this world. It's no secret that the Chinese or the People's Republic of China. They steal technology. They are renowned for this. And the United States is now engaged in what appears to be the final stage of a major trade deal with China. Will. Will artificial intelligence. In some way, be a major component of this trade deal weather, it's an assurance from a Chinese that they will stop stealing technology. What can be done through a trade arrangement to to to to perhaps to bring about some more parody. And in artificial intelligence. Well, part of that is of course about trade arrangements. You know, when we send companies over to China to try to get into their markets. We are often forced to compromise and give away the technologies that drive our own companies. And that's something that President Trump is trying to overcome and rightly so so that we don't have such a trade imbalance in favor of the Chinese. I think cyber if you look at how the Chinese have these very large, basically, a cyber army of personnel that are constantly, you know, trying to I suppose leverage cyber networks all over the world, certainly at the Pentagon where I work we have constant battle. There were millions and millions of hits on the US government on any given day and a lot of those come from the likes of, you know, whether it's the Russian federation or the North Koreans. Iranians, but I would say the lions majority of this is coming out of Chinese surrogates or Chinese units set specifically are designed to do this. So we've gotta figure out how to handle that. Now, you can of course have closed internet, but that's not going to help. You know, I think ultimately us to become the type of nation that we want to become now the Russians interestingly are very seriously, I'm moving toward a closed internet, and that's more. I think violation of their own civil liberties. But that's how Thawra Cherian governments work. Are you concerned about so many of our so much of US defense hardware has electron IX components that were built in China? Are you concerned about the possibility or the likelihood that there is a sort of a back door into that technology that could be hacked by the Chinese, no doubt? That's why the president's considering an executive order on while we because their technology and their platforms is security vulnerable. And we've noted that. And in fact, a lot of those are are banned for sale in military. Yeah. Exchanges and the like, and we're starting to to move in a direction, hopefully that will force that company if they want to sell in this country to harden their their their hardware, and this is part of a very serious issue about protecting our own infrastructure and protecting our own security. It's it's only gonna get worse as as we ratchet up the internet of things and five G technology, which makes essentially the the sharing of information hundreds of times faster than it is with typical four G. And of course, that modernizes the battlefield makes it far more lethal, and it it will change the whole civil liberties program for people in this country as well as elsewhere. Do you think we'll have to give up some civil liberties in order for the west to to achieve parody in in the artificial intelligence arms race. Well, that's the real debate. That's going on Richard. And you know, I think the president is right to have an executive order saying, look you folks have to get serious about this. And that's why I brought up this whole issue of AI now out of New York University that that really takes a hard look, and it's doing it on an annual basis on these types of issues that are really making information it's hard to keep a secret anymore. I don't care unless you're living under a tree in the middle of a desert with no electron IX nearby. If you have something in your hand that can be tracked if you have personal data, which you know, you use to to buy something all of that can now be instantaneously tracked. And we can know just about anything we want to know about anybody. And that I think ought to alarm all of us because big brother is here in spades. Do we need an A? I R. Well, we we have. Of course, we have the army of the navy. We have the air force. Now, we have we're talking about a space force. Do we need to rethink all of that? And maybe think about an AI force is that in the works. Well, in a way, it is. Now, they'll we won't have. I don't think in AI force per se, certainly the new space force is going to have a lot of AI integrated. You know, when you look at what we're doing with robotics. If you're looking at how we're going to slave off of a I for sub terrain, Ian massive urban operations, you know, the mega cities the autonomous platforms. We're already very much into trying to do this for the future, you know, for survival -bility along we have to do this for targeting and the like, and those are that really describes. A lot of what DARPA is doing. With the limited budget that it has to develop the semi autonomous systems that really tap into the power of artificial intelligence. When we think of artificial intelligence, most of us, myself included, we think of things like robots and drones and semi autonomous. Armaments and so forth. But is it less about that? And more about things like cyber warfare attacks on banking systems attacks on power grits. Well, there's no question that when you have everything tethered to the same central system the internet, and that's why the Russians, of course, are looking at an independent. But if you you take that into account then. Yeah, it's it's very serious cyber is the way to get into your Bank account. You know, how many of us have sheets and sheets of passwords and change those passwords on a regular basis. And yet we get hacked in spite of that why because you know, weird creatures of habit. The machines that were competing against our thinking smarter and better than we can because they have access to mega data in the cloud. You know, when I talked to Alexa in the morning, I ask her. What's what the weather is in some place in the world. She is of course, just to trigger, but she's going into the cloud and has act. Access to giant databases to pull down and tell me simple information. Well, now, we have something similar on that criminals can use it governments can use and they can find out virtually anything that we have left a trace on whether it's our credit trace, or, you know, even our faces, you know, like,.

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"thomas submarine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"thomas submarine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"So when we think about robots in. What exactly is out there right now that's being used by the military. Well, there's not a lot being used apart from remote control devices for doing things like bomb disposal, but on ships and around even on land this set of devices that should things dine for instance, the iron dome in Israel, which should Stein missiles, there are a number of these on all British battleships and most other battleships in the western world are warships will carry something like the links if you being swarm attacked by a large number of people you switch it on. And then it will take care of the enemy itself. It will. It uses sensors to detect the incoming so they switch it on. And and then they switch it off afterwards that that's the kind of technology is actually being deployed at the point. The MSCI is always looking at kind of out there visions of future soldiers and using robot for them, what kind of things are being considered the honest surly available now, but could come down the line quite seeing. Well, not available night. But the Sunni being developed rapidly, the ideas that you have weapons that wants to have been launched have no human control so called the Thomas weapon systems and my concern and the concern of the campaign, I'm involved with is the critical functions of target selection by machine unplugging, violent force. So the idea is that the machine will be able to select the song targets you'll delegate the decision to kill a human to machine now that to me is against human dignity. People shouldn't get the idea that this is some sort of big Terminator robot with machine gun. These are like conventional weapons the US of the x forty seven b for instance, which is a fighter jet that can take off from London aircraft carriers. They have an atomic submarine. They have a large ship to the company's Thomas submarines Russia have tanks. They're developing the t four are multi four tank really advanced and they're talking about making a Thomas's quickly. Possible Kalashnikov for works on a gum that will do it's one targeting through machine learning China Welland to develop shipper sonic air to air combat fighter. This is really of great concern because the US started it, and they were thinking of a robot going alongside a soldier, and you could control that nice nice arms race going on. And everybody's talking about swarms of robots flying together coordinating with each other communicating with each other in selecting targets say what needs to be done about that right now, do you think we need to get the UN to put a new prohibitive international treaty that prohibits the use of them or we could have a treaty that will simply create a positive obligation for meaningful human control of weapons we've been campaigning at the UN for five years. It's called the campaign to stop killer robots and under over seventy NGOs, big ones, Human Rights, Watch Nobel women's and they should have found the international those. Grips. We're getting the idea that weapons need to have a human there to check the legitimacy of all targets for every attack. But the appetite for rebels to do our violent bidding extends way beyond company. Specializing in weaponry. Even people who are building harmless robots for the entertainment industry are being drawn into the killer. Robots face.

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"thomas submarine" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"thomas submarine" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Oh, summer nights. Such a great sign southern of southern. Nine. Boy. You think the folks at southern lights would really want the rights to this song. Make one little change get Ryan on summer, rain, right? By Carl Thomas, summer, rain. I want more tips more coming and then on a little bit. You'll get some Carl Thomas when ordering ice cream always asked for a single scoop. However when the service finished they actually had like a second scoop this forces them into matching the size of the first scoop, which tends to be bigger since it was for a single cone. Now that is some I don't get it. Showcase the stand. Okay. Ask for a single scoop. Okay. They'll put a big old dollop on for you. Okay. And then say, oh, you know, what actually can I do second scoop? And then they will be forced to match the size, and they usually go big on the first size on the first scoop. Whereas if they know it's a double scoop, they're going to go kind of two smaller scoops you dig it. I think that's a shame. ACS St. Thomas submarine. Where are we Ryan? Com. I'm on day Gina. Little salsa with your lover. Yeah. This is romance guys. And I bet this the two thousand one and that's a that's a great song. I it sounds like four sons playing at once. All right. What.

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"thomas submarine" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"thomas submarine" Discussed on AP News

"Play Whitney Houston on Amazon music. Okay. Get access to over fifty million songs. Download the music app today. Scientists are peaking inside living brains to see if depression might make people lose their memory faster, Yale University. Scientists have used a new technique to scan the brains of living people and discover the patients with depression had a lower density of brain activity than healthy people of the same age. They also believe depression might accelerate aging. It still requires tracking a larger number of people as they get older to see if and how it fluctuates over time for those with and without depression. A research vessel funded by the late Seattle. Billionaire Paul Allen has discovered the wreckage of an American aircraft carrier sunk in the South Pacific during World War Two Allen's Vulcan Inc announced that in the Thomas submarine sent by the crew of a research vessel found the USS hornet in water nearly seventeen thousand five hundred feet deep near the Solomon Islands. The hornet was best known for its part in the Doolittle raid in April nineteen forty two the first air attack on Japan. It also participated that June in the decisive battle of midway which helped turn the tide of the war the Hornets suffered severe damage from Japanese dive bombers and torpedo planes during the battle of Santa Cruz island jober nineteen forty-three the Vulcan project is located about twenty vessels to date. Higher than normal water levels are being predicted on the Great Lakes this summer. The us. Army corps of engineers office in Detroit recently issued its latest six-month forecast for the lakes. The Detroit News says lake superior is unusually high and by may could reach a record set in the mid nineteen eighties like Erie could also hit record highs in late spring higher. Water means narrower beaches. But it does help commercial shippers who don't have to worry about scraping bottom in shallow channels. AP radio news. I'm Jacky Quin..

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"thomas submarine" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"thomas submarine" Discussed on AP News

"Birthday to you to everything's different this title. Now the killer is coming. I'm going to have to die over. And over again. To save all of you down. This is crazy man to say, this one's better than the first doesn't give it enough credit. And after the first I kinda can't believe I'm saying this. But I really dig this follow up from the blunt how stable of horror, Chris Landon is back to direct and also gets writing credit. The main cast also returns, including Jessica, Roth, Israel Broussard, ruby Modine and five among others. Like so many scenes in the movie this one picks up where we left off waking up in Carter's dorm room only now tree is out of her deadly loop. Carter's roommate Ryan is in it being chased by the killer in the creepy. Baby mask for now. Anyway, we're the first movie struggled, the sequel, excels, the new story arc is pretty creative. The script is tight. There are some truly tenths themes. A few quality kills and it's funny. It also takes a few chances, including a slow motion scene that seemed out of place, but was really cool, and you've seen movie musical montages to workout clothes shopping. But chances are you haven't seen one like the one done here. Don't get me wrong. This movie is ridiculous cliche ridden a bit. Predictable. And it knows it. And for that. I give happy death day to you three and a half stars out of five on the rob rating scale, you can have your slasher birthday cake and eat it too. I'm Rob Lowe, France, this is ribbit, and I'll see you at the concession stand. A workplace shooting beer, Chicago. Leave spy people dead. I'm Jacky Quin with an AP news minute. The police chief in Aurora Illinois. Kristen Zima says when officers responded to a manufacturing facility several of them were shot. Other officers went in to make a grim discovery. And victims inside the building. At this time. We have confirmed that five victims are deceased the forty five year old gunman died in a shootout with police in California. A third storm victims have been found a man swept away by floodwaters in sage east of Los Angeles. They're still a threat of mudslides. Worrying residents in sausalito. I don't think we've seen a storm like this for decades and some three feet of snow in the Sierra Nevada's Chicago police say the two suspects have been arrested in a reported hate crime against actor jussie smollet. I'm Jacky Quin. More news right after this using an overpriced trash bag. Pricey pricey bag that breaks. Or a smelly Baggies? Yankees time to switch to hefty ultra strong trash bags always at an ultra low price. There are best bags yet. And they cost less than glad force flex were sold head to head. So you'll be happy Abby hefty ultra strong, arm and hammer odor control available at Sam's Club. The research vessel funded by the late Seattle. Billionaire Paul Allen has discovered the wreckage of an American aircraft carrier sunk in the South Pacific during World War Two Allen's Vulcan Inc announced that in Thomas submarine sent by the crew of a research vessel found the USS hornet in water nearly seventeen thousand five hundred feet deep near the Solomon Islands. The hornet was best known for its part in the Doolittle raid in April nineteen forty two the first air attack on Japan. It also participated that June in the decisive battle of midway which helped turn the tide of the war the Hornets suffered.

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"thomas submarine" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"thomas submarine" Discussed on AP News

"Today. The groundhog day of teen. Slasher flicks is back to celebrate another year. This is review of the new film. Happy birthday to you to everything different title. Now the killer is coming. I feel. I'm going to have to die over. And over again. To save all of you down. This is crazy man to say, this one's better than the first doesn't give it enough credit. And after the first I kinda can't believe I'm saying this. But I really dig this follow up from the blunt how stable of horror, Chris Landon is back to direct and also gets writing credit. The main cast also returns, including Jessica, Roth, Israel Broussard, ruby Modine and five among others. Like so many scenes in the movie this one picks up where we left off waking up in Carter's dorm room only now tree is out of her deadly loop. Carter's roommate Ryan is in it being chased by the killer and the creepy baby mask for now. Anyway, we're the first movie struggled, the sequel, excels, the new story arc is pretty creative. The script is tight. There are some truly tenths seems a few quality kills and it's funny. It also takes a few chances, including us slow motion scene that seemed out of place, but was really cool, and you've seen movie musical montages to workout clothes shopping. But chances are you haven't seen one like the one done here. Don't get me wrong. This movie is ridiculous cliche ridden a bit. Predictable. And it knows it. And for that. I give happy birthday to you three and a half stars out of five on the rob rating scale, you can have your slasher birthday cake and eat it too. I'm Rob Lowe, France, this is ribbit with concession stand. A research vessel funded by the late Seattle. Billionaire Paul Allen as discovered the wreckage of an American aircraft carrier sunk in the South Pacific during World War Two Allen's Vulcan Inc announced that in the Thomas submarines sent by the crew of a research vessel found the USS hornet in water nearly seventeen thousand five hundred feet deep near the Solomon Islands. The hornet was best known for its part in the Doolittle raid in April nineteen forty two the first air attack on Japan. It also participated that June in the decisive battle of midway which helped turn the tide of the war the Hornets suffered severe damage from Japanese dive bombers and torpedo planes during the battle of Santa Cruz island in October nineteen forty three the Volkan project is located about twenty. Vessels to date. Higher than normal water levels are being predicted on the Great Lakes this summer. The US army corps of engineers office in Detroit recently issued its latest six-month forecast for the lakes. The Detroit News as lake superior is unusually high and by may could reach a record set in the mid nineteen eighty s like eerie could also hit record highs in late spring higher. Water means narrower beaches. But it does help commercial shippers who don't have to worry about scraping bottom in shallow channels. AP radio news. I'm Jacky Quin..

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"thomas submarine" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"thomas submarine" Discussed on AP News

"News network. A stairway booby trapped with a swinging knife surprised to real estate investor in Philadelphia who was looking at the house Akron used sailor says that he and his team were looking at the home in January when one of his co workers saw a small line on the home staircase WCHS UTV reports he stopped his construction manager from heading up the stairs. And then recorded video as they pulled the staircase line with a spare. Rod pulling the line triggered a fast moving downward swinging crutch from above the staircase tapes to the end of the crotch was a large knife pointing right to wear a person's head would have been walking up. The stairs. You sailor says he's never encountered anything like this before he called it home alone. Philly style. Fans of Chicago Cubs will soon have to pay up if they want to watch the team's games on TV. The cubs are teaming up with the Sinclair broadcast group to start an exclusive regional sports network in two thousand twenty it's called the marquee sports network. And it'll carry live games as well as pre game and post game coverage Sinclair president and CEO Chris Ripley tells the Chicago Tribune negotiations are underway to sign up cable and satellite providers and streaming services for the network. A research vessel funded by the late Seattle. Billionaire Paul Allen has discovered the wreckage of an American aircraft carrier sunk in the South Pacific during World War Two Allen's Vulcan Inc announced that in Thomas submarine sent by the crew of a research vessel found the USS hornet in water nearly seventeen thousand five hundred feet deep near the Solomon Islands. The hornet was best known for its part of the Doolittle raid in April nineteen forty two the first air attack on Japan. It also participated that June in the decisive battle of midway which helped turn the tide of the war the Hornets suffered severe damage from Japanese dive bombers and torpedo planes during the battle of Santa Cruz island in October nineteen forty three the Volkan project has located about twenty vessels to date. A workplace shooting near Chicago leaves spy people dead. I'm Jacky Quin with an AP news minute. The police chief in Aurora Illinois, Kristen Zima says when officers responded to a manufacturing facility several of them were shot. Other officers went in to make a grim discovery. Victims inside the building. At this time. We have confirmed that five victims are deceased the forty five year old gunman died in a shootout with police in California. A third storm victims been found a man swept away by floodwaters in sage east of Los Angeles. They're still a threat of mudslides. Worrying residents in sausalito. I don't think we've seen a storm like this for decades and some three feet of snow in the Sierra Nevada's Chicago police say the Tucson spects have been arrested in a reported hate crime against actor Justice, small it. I'm Jacky Quin..

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"thomas submarine" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"thomas submarine" Discussed on AP News

"Test case for whether to keep shifting resources toward emerging economies including Latin America and China, given the saturation of markets in Europe and the US and the possibility of another global recession. A research vessel funded by the late Seattle. Billionaire Paul Allen has discovered the wreckage of an American aircraft carrier sunk in the South Pacific during World War Two Allen's Vulcan Inc announced that in the Thomas submarine sent by the crew of a research vessel found the USS hornet in water nearly seventeen thousand five hundred feet deep near the Solomon Islands. The hornet was best known for its part in the Doolittle raid in April nineteen forty two the first air attack on Japan. It also participated that June in the decisive battle of midway which helped turn the tide of the war the Hornets suffered severe damage from Japanese dive bombers and torpedo planes during the battle of Santa Cruz island in October nineteen forty three the Volkan project has located about twenty vessels to date. The final qualifying is done. And a lotta percent for this weekend's Daytona five hundred AP's, Jerry Jordan has look at the top of this year's starting grid environment. Alex Bowman had the fastest single car runs during nascar's hybrid qualifying procedure and start the Daytona five hundred first and second respectively, but Kevin Harvick enjoy Lugano gave fans and idea. What racing will be like in winning each of their do qualifying races Thursday at Daytona International Speedway. Harvick led forty four laps of his race. And said he doesn't know what to expect on Sunday. He will start third in the Daytona five hundred for joy Lugano his race play out with him. Pulling off an impressive power move on the final lap to take away the wind from a dominant Clint Boyer when it came down to it. I had the run took option A. It worked out. I didn't think it was going to be enough to get all the way to leave. But it was he will start the great American race outside row to in fourth. Jerry, Jordan, Daytona Beach, Florida. A workplace shooting near Chicago. Leave spy people dead. I'm Jacky Quin with an AP news minute. The police chief in Aurora Illinois. Kristen Zima says when officers responded to a manufacturing facility several of them were shot. Other officers went in to make a grim discovery inside the building at this time. We have confirmed that five victims are deceased the forty five year old gunman died in a shootout with more news right after this with Amazon music of voices. All you need. Alexa,.

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"thomas submarine" Discussed on AP News

AP News

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"thomas submarine" Discussed on AP News

"Thas Indians and test case for whether to keep shifting resources toward emerging economies including Latin America and China, given the saturation of markets in Europe, and the US and the possibility of another global recession the comic dance that Carlton did on the fresh prince of Bel-Air cannot be copyrighted accurate Alphand. So reburial sued to video game makers when they used character is doing what he called the Carlton dance that he made popular in the nineteen nineties TV sitcom, the US copyright office says the moves are a simple dance routine rather than a work of choreography, which can be copyrighted the office made the comments and emotion to dismiss reburial lawsuit against. Take two interactive the makers of NBA two K sixteen a hearing on the motion to dismiss a scheduled for March eighteenth. He's also suing epic games over the use of the dance in fortnight. A workplace shooting near Chicago leaves five people dead. I'm Jacky Quin with an AP news minute. The police chief in Aurora Illinois, Kristen Zima says when officers responded to a manufacturing facility several of them were shot. Other officers went in to make a grim discovery and victims inside the building at this time. We have confirmed that five victims are deceased the forty five year old gunman died in a shootout with police in California. A third storm victims been found a man swept away by floodwaters in sage east of Los Angeles. They're still a threat of mudslides. Worrying residents in sausalito, don't think we've seen a storm like this for decades and some three feet of snow in the Sierra Nevada's Chicago police say the two suspects have been arrested in a reported hate crime against actor jussie smollet. I'm Jacky Quin. AP digital news back in a moment. Using an overpriced trash bag. Pricey pricey bag that breaks. Or a smelly bags? Time to switch to hefty strong trash bags always at an ultra low price. There are best bags yet. And they cost less than glad force flex were sold head to head. So you'll be happy Abby hefty ultra strong with arm and hammer odor control available at Sam's Club. Final qualifying is done and a lot of to set for this weekend's Daytona five hundred AP's Jerry Jordan has looked at the top of this year's starting grid environment. Alex Bowman had the fastest single car runs during nascar's hybrid qualifying procedure and start the Daytona five hundred first and second respectively, but Kevin Harvick enjoy Lugano gave fans and idea. What racing will be like in winning each of their qualifying races Thursday at Daytona International Speedway. Harvick led forty four laps of his race. And said he doesn't know what to expect on Sunday. He will start third in the Daytona five hundred for joy Lugano his race. Played out with him. Pulling off an impressive power move on the final lap to take away the wind from dominant Clint Boyer when it came down to it. I had to run option A. It worked out. I didn't think it was going to be enough to get all the way to leave. But it was he will start the great American race outside row to in fourth. Jerry, Jordan, Daytona Beach, Florida. A research vessel funded by the late Seattle. Billionaire Paul Allen has discovered the wreckage of an American aircraft carrier sunk in the South Pacific during World War Two Allen's Vulcan Inc announced that in Thomas submarine sent by the crew of a research vessel found the USS hornet in water nearly seventeen thousand five hundred feet deep near the Solomon Islands. The hornet was best known for its part of the Doolittle raid in April nineteen forty two the first air attack on Japan. It also participated that June in the decisive battle of midway which helped turn the tide of the war the Hornets suffered severe damage from Japanese dive bombers and torpedo planes during the battle of Santa Cruz island in October nineteen forty three the Volkan project is located about twenty vessels to date. The film academy says all Academy Award winners will be included in the Oscars broadcast, even though four Oscars will be presented during commercial breaks. A joint statement from the film, academy's board of governors, criticized what it called inaccurate reporting and social media posts as a chain of misinformation that has angered film, academy members. Critics of the changes include directors Alphonse, oh, cure on Spike Lee, and Martin Scorsese the cinematography film editing makeup and hairstyling and live action. Short awards will be presented during commercial breaks this year in an effort to short in the broadcast to three hours. But the academy says the winners speeches will be edited into the show. A workplace shooting near Chicago leaves five people dead. I'm Jacky Quin with an AP news minute. The police chief in Aurora Illinois, Kristen Zima says when officers responded to a manufacturing facility several of them were shot. Other officers went in to make a grim discovery. And it comes inside the building. And this time we have confirmed that five victims are deceased the forty five year old gunman died in a shootout with police in California. A third storm victims been found a man swept away by floodwaters in sage east of Los Angeles. They're still a threat of mudslides. Worrying residents in sausalito. I don't think we've seen a storm like this for decades and some three feet of snow in the Sierra Nevada's Chicago police say the two suspects have been arrested in a reported hate crime against actor jussie smollet. I'm Jacky Quin..

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