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"tim smith" Discussed on Judaism Unbound

Judaism Unbound

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"tim smith" Discussed on Judaism Unbound

"To some extent the genesis of judaism unbound in a bit of roundabout way as the previous pew study. That came out in two thousand thirteen. Took us a few years to our act together and start the podcast but it was kind of jumping off that understanding of the jewish community as looking different from the way a lot of people thought it did and facing that optimistic way in a lot of people were reading about it and we were whatever. The opposite of fretting is we were. We were ready to embrace this and figure out what it all means and we wanted to have you on starting to talk based on the two thousand twenty p study because he wrote this great piece or put together this great piece to think about how the data of the study could be presented in a way that would give it a different reception. Let's say within the jewish community. So could we start with you just describing a little bit about some of the examples of what you put out there and also like what motivated you to do this. Yes shera so one of the things that really stuck with me. After the last few study was how the data was presented where there was actually what it was showing was actually an increase in for example jewish identification for children of interfaith families and things like that but the data was being presented as doomsday scenario. That you know Children of interfaith families are less likely to be jewish and so when this time around the study came out. That was the first chart i looked for. And guess what it said the same thing but the chart had said intermarried parents much less likely to be raising their children jewish and i looked at it and actually it looks like the numbers had gone up from the previous time and yet we were still telling the doomsday narrative and it was very clear to me. They're the majority of jews who have married somebody of a different background or raising their children. Jewish this is a very different picture than comparing to a jewish jewish couple

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"tim smith" Discussed on Judaism Unbound

Judaism Unbound

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"tim smith" Discussed on Judaism Unbound

"Welcome back everyone. I'm dan levinson. And i've referred and today we are going to start an examination. That will continue next week. About the recent jewish demographic study conducted by the pew research center. The study is called jewish americans in twenty twenty although it did come out in twenty twenty one and it's the second study of jewish americans conducted by the pew research center. The first one came out in two thousand thirteen and it was called a portrait of jewish americans. That 2013 steady got a lot of press particularly for this finding that a substantial number of jews twenty two percent at the time where what they called. Jews have no religion those were people who when given a list of religions to check off. Which one day were they checked off. None of the above or atheists or something like that and then it was determined later in the study that they consider themselves or the pew research center's criteria somehow identified them as jewish and that was what they call jews of no religion there were a variety of other findings in that twenty thirteen study that were significant and important that generated a lot of conversation in the jewish community but apparently much less action in the jewish world. In terms of new initiatives funded on the basis of that two thousand thirteen pew study than for example the nineteen ninety jewish population. Study which famously led to a number of large initiatives including the foundation for jewish camps establishment and the establishment of birth rate. But almost twenty five years later the twenty thirteen study came out and had some interesting and dramatic findings but it seems like not all that much really came out of that and now here we are seven or eight years later with the next study. That seems to be getting a lot less. Press attention perhaps in part because it's is more or less in line with the previous study but in the meantime we are very excited to welcome our guest today. Tim smith from an organization called eighteen doors. Tim smith recently published an article on the eighteenth doors website and will link to that in our show. Notes called the missing twenty twenty pew. Study headlines a reframing of the headlines about the study of jewish americans in two thousand twenty which tells a different story with specific focus on interfaith couples..

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"tim smith" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"tim smith" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"A moment of recovery, optimism and hope. To remember the enormity of lives lost over the past 15 months Vice President Harris in South Carolina today, urging more black Americans to get vaccinated or vaccinated. You are protected. If your community is vaccinated. Covid rates in your community will go down Vermont today, becoming the first state in the nation to vaccinate at least 80% of its eligible population. The CDC estimating 10% of Covid 19 infections here in the US are due to the delta variant last month. It was just over a percent California scheduled to lift its mask mandate and reopen businesses at full capacity tomorrow. The Justice Department is tightening rules about obtaining records from members of Congress. The change comes amid allegations that former President Trump secretly seized records from Democratic lawmakers. And for members of the news media stocks closed mixed today. The Dow fell but the NASDAQ closed higher The S and P 500 at a new record. You're listening. To ABC News. Arizona's new station. Use station Katya ER on Air 92 3 FM online at K t a r dot com and streaming Live on the to Our news app. You're breaking news and traffic Now it's 302. I'm Becky Lin. Here's Our Top story. Yeah, that's Phoenix the sizzling hot temperatures this week and turned deadly for those who don't have a place to escape this Heat. The Salvation Army, though, is stepping up to help by activating 11 heat relief stations throughout the valley. For people who are out on the streets and don't really have a respite from the high temperatures. This really is a life or death situation because hydration and an opportunity to cool off someplace is really crucial as Tim Smith with the Salvation Army, explaining these heat relief stations are activated every time.

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"tim smith" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"tim smith" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Threat yesterday that a pair of the big D C 10 air tankers were used against it as well being walking in all this stuff, and this week it will seem like you're doing just that extreme heat in the valley, Andrew Diemer with the National Weather Service says highs today. Expected to reach 1 14 to 1 15 and a degree or two warmer tomorrow into the weekend, which for those keeping track of those things is 10, plus degrees above average, not just one or two days of extreme heat. But we're looking at, you know, five or six days of relentless heat. The overnight lows are going to get warmer. There's really just no place to go and avoid it. Some overnight lows this week won't drop below 90 degrees and, yes, there are some that can't avoid the heat and those sizzling hot temperatures can turn fatal. For those who don't have a place to escape the heat. Ktrs result as a Tino is live to tell you where you can go to cool off. That's right. Jeff. The Salvation Army is activating its 11 heat relief stations throughout the Valley for the first time this summer at each one of those stations, there's cold water available. There is also a Inside and get out of the heat and to cool down with air conditioning and be able to just find some respite from the high temperatures. Tim Smith with the Salvation Army explains these he relief stations are activated every time the national weather Service issues an excessive heat warning to find the one closest to you go to Salvation Army phoenix dot org. Reporting live. I'm Griselda sateen. Okay to our news, According to the calendar monsoon season begins tomorrow. An expert in the field just gave Katya Ers Alley. Better the ins and outs of what we should expect this year, and she joins us live with more. Professor.

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"tim smith" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"tim smith" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Line on a mail carrier in rural Williamsburg, Kentucky, encountered something that they don't train you for at the Postal Service Academy. If there's a thing this was right before Christmas, Tim Smith was delivering mail when he saw a dog. Holding an ax in its mouth. Now the dog has declined comment. So far. No of the ax was some kind of message for Tim Smith or us something on his way to chop some wood cross paths with this mailman, Smith says he has seen the dog before and in the past, it was nice. But again, this time it had an ax. Was looking right at him. So it sounds like crisis tragedy averted last month in Williamsburg, Kentucky. Also this axis and little hand ax. It has a very long Stem to it or handle to it. And so this is like, incised. Yes, a Giacalone sized action. This is the type of act but you really you swing in an ax Murderer film That's not one of those little small hatchet ones. And that accessory. It's just lying around somewhere for this dog to pick up. It's very heavy because it's an ax this dog's jock and handle that, And there's another look out dog and next to the ax wielding dog in this picture, so he's got an accomplice. So you stand no chance Dog, A long handled ax and accomplished dog. You're toast chopped up into bits. Thistles. A bad job by Tim Smith. Dog Holding an ax is less scary than a regular dog. You don't know because, you know he's already distracted. A dog is gonna be the twisted that could chop you down with an act. As a matter of fact, it's only gonna slow it down from biting you. And there's no way you're gonna get stabbed by this act. I actually think a dog wielding an ax is less of a threat than a dog on its own. I don't know. Have you seen the teenage Mutant Ninja turtles? They wield their weapons. Pretty good as you Donatello Bo staff, knock up some Foot soldiers that struck very accurate that is very accurate. By the way. How about the graphic that cap heights up right now and watch the game? It's a dog in a construction hat. He's holding an ax and a level because apparently, the stock just got back from Lowe's. He's a carpenter. Yeah, his dog pissed. Don't you give us our home people. Home Depot doing more player This'll dog Finish morass is basement. Yeah, it's dog is the dog that Pete needed a call before the inspection. Or people trying to buy a house built by a dog, which was the problem. Beat Bridget, We're sorry to inform you The dogs. They got it. They did it. Help it in you. They were able to do all the reconstruction needed. Sorry. Adore. Getting up with an ax is the exact kind of dog I picture ship having lost while walking in on No sleep after 40 hours. Oh, I'm sorry, guys looking out like 87 hours straight without sleep. Have to walk in the entire construction crew with the dogs, man. You have no idea how demanding the foreman of a construction zone is where when he needs to be walked Yeah..

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"tim smith" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"tim smith" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Appreciate your call, man. And I'm grateful that you shared with me what you're going through. Yeah. Should we fight back? Should we accept it? How should we respond to the governor's orders being made more stringent now, instead of 75% occupancy for businesses that roll back, the 50 bars are closed. Bars are closed. I'm gonna play a Michigan restaurant tours rant that matches what you just heard out of the restaurant tour here in North Texas. Next? This is Tim Smith. A few months ago, we sent to survey asking if our training ever helped our members to save a life. How many responded the number was 23 times bigger than the sample size The Gallup poll uses to measure the opinions of United States. How did it turn out? 25.4% of our members said something we had taught them help them to save a life. I'll bet you are. Out of that. It's what we live for way. Teach people what to do. If something crazy happens. More importantly, we teach them what not to do. I've carried a concealed weapon for more than 20 years, and I've never once had to pull it from its holster. My training has allowed me to de escalate every situation without anyone ever knowing I had a gun. I hope I never have to draw my weapon. And I hope and pray you never have to use a gun to defend your family. But either you're a guardian or you need one discovered the little known back story of the U. S conceal. Carry Association at us conceal carry dot com. We've all heard it. Eat healthy. But what does eating healthy mean? Sure, There are countless diets out there, but they contradict each other. Yet all experts agree we should eat.

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"tim smith" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"tim smith" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"To Jerry's with you, Elaine. I will say to the audience that I have seen a photograph it has not been put on Social media did dress up. Shall we tell them Star Wars figures You were Chewbacca in? I love it for Halloween. He was fun. I'm missing Halloween. Obviously. So we did a little bit of Ah, celebrating love it handy. We're all having to make a verb out of a down overall having to be safe with covert 19 times with social guidelines and social distancing and sanitizing the candy and all that a year ago. Under not crazy Corona virus times I trick or treated with my then 11 year old twins. I was Danny from grease with leather jacket. One of them was Sandy in the yellow outfit with a pony tail, and one of them was one of the pink lady. Did they get it? They know they know love the musical. So I kept playing when we would knock on the door. I was Lane. The grease theme song will come to the door that answered the door in Greece was because I saw grace in my head for another two months. Happy Halloween, Everybody. Mississippi State as we resume has a 1st and 25 After the penalties, 30 for nothing deficit, they're moving left. They pitch it inside on a little shovel pass on running back stuff. Flavius marks stop near midfield. Is that maybe a fumble? Alabama thinks it is and they think they're on the ball will wait and see what the officials say about this. There is Tim Smith, who just ran off the field before we were blaming. For the encroachment. In the back is still down. That's marks after the hit. We've got a C on a replay about whether or not he hung onto the ball on. Marx has not been moving very well. The recovery by the defense. First down Alabama. Concern is for marks After that hit, I think you get swung down to the ground so Checking them, possibly for concussion. Denmark's caught a little inside, shovel pass pitch. We get a look at a TV every play. I don't know that you had that ball. And his head slams right on the ground. Tiki Barber, So that is a concern. The defender twisted him around like you said, and slammed him down. Yeah, the question is, did he? I don't know if he ever had control over it. So even though he was on the ground when the ball was moving around and never never touch the ground, right, And that's when Tim Smith, who was making the tackle Took the ball away. From Cuevas marks. They still tend to him while he's down. We will keep it right here again in this issue won't decided. Let's talk about Alabama and the receivers that this program has developed over the course of really Nick Saban's entire tenure. When you talk to Julio Jones Talk Amari Cooper, Calvin Ridley. This past year, two more go to the NFL.

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LA Kings suspend mascot after sexual harassment lawsuit

News Radio 920 AM Programming

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

LA Kings suspend mascot after sexual harassment lawsuit

"Franchise might be looking for a new way to live it up home crowds after an accusation against its mascot, the Los Angeles Kings have suspended the man who performs as the ice hockey team's mascot after a sexual harassment lawsuit was filed against him by a former female employees. ESPN reports The team suspended Tim Smith, who serves as the Lion mascot, named to Bailey and is Thesing Yer Events manager. The lawsuit has been filed against Smith, the Kings and the team owner. The woman seeking more than one million in damages, was a member of the King's I Screw the team's brand ambassadors, Mary course study. Fox News,

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"tim smith" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"tim smith" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The House to return to session to deal with the Postal Service is August 22nd right between the parties conventions with a final announcement to be made tomorrow. Former U S Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge joins the Foxes, America's news head. Orders to discuss voting by mail and absentee ballots. I think the safe and secure in person, Valentin is a very important option, but I think in the midst of life, we have to give our voters the options. I see eye view that both parties, neither party has an advantage for absentee ballots and on the same program While Ridge remains neutral on the issue, US representative Debbie Dingell says she's worried. My patrons are complaining that they're not getting their medicine. My seniors are worried about their checks. People are worried about their bills. More people during Covic are shopping online and the males being delivered that I'm not hearing about balance when I'm talking to people in my district them worried about the services that the post office's provides also knew. Today, police and San Antonio say At least five people were hurt, including one critically and a shooting today at a flea market. Gunfire erupted at Mission Open air market during what police call some type of argument and an ongoing situation in a suburb. AUSTIN, Texas Cedar Park Police say multiple officers have been shot and one person remains barricaded inside a home and then the Los Angeles Kings have suspended the man who performs as the ice hockey team's mascot after a sexual harassment lawsuit was filed against him by a former female employees. ESPN reports, the team suspended Tim Smith, who serves as the Lion mascot, named to Bailey and is Thesing Yer Events manager. The lawsuit has been filed against Smith, the Kings and the team owner. The woman seeking more than 1,000,000 in damages was a member of the King's I Screw the team's brand ambassadors. America is listening to Fox News. From the Fox News Podcasts Network, subscribe and listened to the trade out. There are lots of ways to mete out accountability and consequence and responsibility and our culture that do not depend upon indictments and prosecutions. We have lots of ways to do it narrowly avoiding indict that should not be praised, worthy or should not be seen as a clean bill of.

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"tim smith" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"tim smith" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"But both parties, neither party hasn't damaged our absentee ballots and on the same program, While Ridge remains neutral on the issue, US representative Debbie Dingell says she's worried. My veterans are complaining that they're not getting their medicine. My seniors are worried about their checks. People are worried about their bills. More people during Covic are shopping online and the males being delivered that I'm not hearing about balance. When I'm talking to people in my district. I'm worried about the services that the post office just provides. Also new today. Police and San Antonio say At least five people were hurt, including one critically in a shooting today at a flea market. Gunfire erupted at Mission Open air market during what police call some type of argument and an ongoing situation in a suburb of Austin, Texas, Cedar Park police say multiple officers have been shot and one person remains barricaded inside a home and then the Los Angeles Kings have suspended. The man who performs as the ice hockey team's mascot after a sexual harassment lawsuit was filed against him by a former Female employee, ESPN reports, The team suspended Tim Smith, who serves as the Lion mascot, named to Bailey and is Thesing Yer events manager. The lawsuit has been filed against Smith, the Kings and the team owner. The woman seeking more than one million in damages, was a member of the King's I Screw the team's brand ambassadors. America is listening to Fox News. From the Fox News Podcasts Network, subscribe and listen to the Trade County podcast. There are lots of ways to mete out accountability and consequence and responsibility and our culture that do not depend upon indictments and prosecutions. We have lots of ways to do it narrowly avoiding indict that should not be praised worthy or should not be seen as a clean bill of health and our culture describing listen now by going a fox news podcasts dot com. Has never been a more critical time. Fox News Media is bringing America.

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"tim smith" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"tim smith" Discussed on WGN Radio

"School didn't let the pandemics out their graduation celebrations hello car parade today at the school more than seventy families drove past the school to knowledge the nine graduating eighth graders including drew Smith the son of one of our engineers Tim Smith congratulations final check of the weather starts well Mike it we've got some storms coming we've talked about that there the temperatures were still in the sixties we've been talking about the warm up next week so let's show it to you they're the high temperatures through Sunday but look as we moved in next week's seventy seven Wednesday and eighties Thursday Friday Saturday of next week so yeah a little bit of summer like weather here just the next seven days with weather icons in there and some thundery spells tomorrow we're going to keep an eye on that radar and check these rain gauges around the area another of their burst of rain late Saturday Saturday night and Sunday morning it looks like have a wonderful evening guys and Michael and Joel but by hi guys were happy that you shared dot what is it your time with us this was the number of workers hello it's that's just what I'm I can retire but I'm just gonna have a great night covert nineteen pandemic specials next followed by the GM's four to ten forty five the safety well bye bye there was good times part time and these are unprecedented times our seniors have made their mark in our world.

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"tim smith" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"tim smith" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Thank you Tim Smith in Barcelona to North Africa now whether it's measures have been put in place to stem the spread of the coronavirus every country in the region apart from Libya has reported cases in concern is beginning to grow Tom Melville is in the Tunisian capital Tunis in a public address Friday evening cheesy as new prime minister L. S. five five an ounce stringent new measures to prevent wide scale spread of the coronavirus the country only has sixteen confirmed cases of the disease and life he has been so far largely unaffected but the prime minister's message appears set to change that Chinese is maritime borders are now closed and all flights to and from Italy have been suspended while flights to other virus centers in Europe have been strictly curtailed protests have been banned schools are now closed and all arrivals to the country weather changes in citizens of foreigners will be subject to a fourteen day isolation period mosques now close for Prez and bonds cafes and restaurants will be forced to close by four PM every day all sporting fixtures will now take place behind closed doors breaching quarantine carry stiff penalties in Tunisia including fines and jail time but there are questions over whether the government can enforce it considering the number of people set to be affected by the new role elsewhere in the region Egypt is the hardest hit with eighty cases and two deaths although there is concern in the country about the accuracy of those figures as well as the fact the Egyptian government is yet to announce the kinds of restrictions on travel that have been imposed by its north African neighbors in Algeria thousands of demonstrators defied the government and marched in the capital Algiers as they have done for more than a year now they found to keep protesting despite the threat of coronavirus until they have met the chief Dimond that is the overthrow of the country's ruling elite the country recorded its second death from the disease on Thursday and has reported twenty seven cases so far Morocco has reported seven cases of coronavirus including one fatality and has announced the suspension of flights to and from Spain and Algeria meanwhile Libya remains the only country in the region yet to report a case of coronavirus but there are big questions over its ability to test for that line treat patients with the disease Tom Melville in Tunis this is the BBC world service it is six twenty one here in London.

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"tim smith" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"tim smith" Discussed on KOMO

"Fifty degree over their job and then you put their initials on top and that puts the who do on you like that kind of thing so I don't know you think this is ever life just for that stupidity we think this is bad now wait for afternoon three our Deborah if you're listening at the door before he gets inside ouch one week from today you gotta get you better move retire me he doesn't do a show in the middle we're doing the best up next week stuck in traffic well let's get a look at the commute as we check traffic every ten minutes on the force we're gonna new collision north on four or five just south of the valley freeway pollution here's taking up the right way that's why we're seeing slowing back on two five eighteen and the I. five interchange from their little full closure of Shuster parkway heading south bound to suddenly shut down for roster way to north forty fifth due to a rockslide meanwhile doing was flowing on a north five XL center and then again in Seattle north five heavy from the al Roker up to Northgate cellphone a filled in pretty heavy to make way from north gate to the ship canal bridge our next report is a two wheel for eleven Smith come a traffic telecom eager roof forecast your sermons on temperatures today mid forties showers at times a little breezy out there too and still falling in the cascades for travel across our passes be ready from the foot of new snow by tomorrow morning over the next few days keep the showers around at times under mostly cloudy sky on Sunday Tim Smith forties showers are gone by Monday for the holidays can be partly sunny mostly sunny Tuesday Wednesday.

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"tim smith" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"tim smith" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Tim Smith you're listening to these the BBC world service climb a total and bends aims top stories new intelligence reports suggest the Islamic state group is once again on the rise in Iraq with some five thousand flights is the Afghan Taliban says it carried out a bomb attack in convince province that has killed an American soldier just as revived peace talks were getting underway and the Australian prime minister Scott Morrison has insisted there's no need for more rigorous carbon targets despite conceding that climate change helps course extreme weather conditions let's go to Australian out to give an update on this bush files all correspondent Simon hylia who's been to some of the worst affected areas Sima up and watching over the last couple of days your social media fees and and even up close and personal to some of the worst affected communities that have the lost everything morning Claire I mean you know some of these areas we've been up to buy a moral village in New South Wales in this as you say has been one of the worst hit areas I mean the leader of New South Wales herself has said not much is left of that community of that religion when you go there you see why I mean it looks like a deserted war zone in in some of in some of the places in Balmoral mean you go there and it scorched earth smoke all around you smoldering tree some of them still in flames and and houses that have just been razed to the ground and people who've evacuated haven't actually been able to go back because the roads in and out of this area have been closed because even though that the fires themselves have subsided it's still a very very dangerous situation but we have been able to speak for example to firefighter who who is out on duty in the house next door with his own home caught fire he said look you know I was on duty I was doing my job and I really didn't have time to think about my house and you know I was standing in front of what was left of it in front of what used to be his living room he said it's all gone there's nothing we can do I have to go do my job and we'll just have to re think about rebuilding and and you just hear those stories time and time again full who haven't been able to escape the farmers who tell you about kind of six seven story building high type heights of fires that engulfed their areas and that's what we have to deal with and and you know when I asked them you know what would you think when you see this they're like look you try not to panic you're trying to stay alive that's all you can do and it seems now the conversation is shifted on to a new way of living in the future in Australia and the way of managing living in these conditions that once the rebuilding has happened a whole new approach is needed absolutely and and and and that's really really key because you know as these fires get more ferocious as they start earlier as they grow in size and magnet magnitude this becomes in your reality for Australia's it of course Australians have huge affinity to the bush you know you see so many people who really want to rebuild even in the areas have been worst affected but a lot of thought has to be put into the material that's being used the proximity to the areas that could actually be on fire in the future that are deemed risk areas so really a lot of conversations about what has happened but how this is going to affect the pay the way people live in areas in different areas in New South Wales so thank you for the update of course one is from a highly in Australia six forty nine here in London this is Newsday one of the headlines on the back page headlines is we are sick of this in the newspapers here today Nishat law that with the sport bustle about the alleged racism opal much yes fan it's completely dominating the sports headlines this morning talking to new home.

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UK police ID all 39 Vietnamese victims found in truck

AP 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

UK police ID all 39 Vietnamese victims found in truck

"Police in Britain say they have names for all thirty nine Vietnamese victims found dead in a truck last month the authorities have been working with the Vietnamese police on the British coroner to identify the bodies but have not notified the victims families in the apparent people smuggling tragedy assistant chief constable Tim Smith says it's an important step in the probe and enables please to work with the Vietnamese colleagues to support the families of those victims DNA samples have been taken from families in Vietnam who suspected that missing relatives may have been on that

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"tim smith" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:47 min | 2 years ago

"tim smith" Discussed on AP News

"British police say they formally all Aidid over 39 Vietnamese victims found dead in a container truck in southeast England all Tober 23 the authorities have been working with the Vietnamese police on the British coroner to identify the bodies but have not notified the victims families in the apparent people smuggling tragedy assistant chief constable Tim Smith says it's an important step in the probe and enables please to work with the Vietnamese colleagues to support the families of those victims DNA samples have been taken from families in Vietnam who suspected that missing relatives may have been on that truck Charles to live this month

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UK police ID all 39 Vietnamese victims found in truck

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

UK police ID all 39 Vietnamese victims found in truck

"British police say they formally all Aidid over thirty nine Vietnamese victims found dead in a container truck in southeast England all Tober twenty three the authorities have been working with the Vietnamese police on the British coroner to identify the bodies but have not notified the victims families in the apparent people smuggling tragedy assistant chief constable Tim Smith says it's an important step in the probe and enables please to work with the Vietnamese colleagues to support the families of those victims DNA samples have been taken from families in Vietnam who suspected that missing relatives may have been on that truck Charles to live this month

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"tim smith" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"tim smith" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"It's almost one of those cities, it doesn't need a remember when the Super Bowl was in New York, and nobody even noticed that New York. Yeah, nobody cared you. We were downtown in New York. And you couldn't tell if I said, what, what sporting event is going to happen, if you didn't know you'd have no idea, the Super Bowl was going to be held nearby. Yep. Oh, I would like to see them. Go opposite one day and find one of those small two bedroom houses that are right next to Lambeau Field in Green Bay. And just have like a little cookout in the backyard and have the entire NFL draft and all the draft there. I know they wouldn't do it. We commander. They went the opposite way. Just had a little cookout and fell drafted and Green Bay. Cleveland will kill it Cleveland we'll do an unbelievable job with the draft in. So we'll Kansas City they will be spectacular that they will they will show and it will be a great atmosphere with Cleveland and Kansas City. Yes. Mclovin will Cleveland have a draft and a Super Bowl parade in the same year then? Are we two years away? So it's next year. And then the year after that. Yeah. For my Cleveland Browns, and the chiefs could have a Super Bowl parade that year too. Vegas. Not too much. No, I don't think so with Vegas. But, you know, I understand that you're moving the team there and you want to capitalize on that, and that's fine. I just, I think Cleveland Kansas City will overshadow whatever happens in Vegas. And I think the league was surprised with what Philadelphia did because that, that's not a city that I would think would have the ambiance to embrace a draft. You know they, they had their spirited fans there in a great fan base loyal fan base. But to embrace everybody. The NFL coming to town is different. There's a different mindset in Nashville did a great job with that on the everybody showed up, and they had a great. You know, the location was wonderful, the mclovin. What do you think of the combine staying in India? I know when prime time and that made some news, but there's been scuttled by that they might move that around like they moved the draft. But they're keeping it in Indy. Are you good with that? I don't care. Let me tell you know, if you wanna have it other places. You know, when the NFL opens up the new stadium in Inglewood and you wanna put it in there. Okay. Fine. Okay. And even primetime. Like, I don't get anything out of the combine, the if I was a scout, I wouldn't get anything out of their other than the interviewing process if I got a chance to sit down with you and talk to you. That's what I would get. We don't get to see that. The best stuff for me is I don't, I don't get to see that on TV, but I'm not interested in, you know, these guys running the cone drill, or any of that sever jumping high. You know, the forty is always entertaining, but, you know, it's entertaining, probably because rich Eisen runs the forty and then in comparison with these other guys into we have a guy who's going to run for two or four one forty okay? Now, that's it. But bench pressing two to twenty five. All right. I'm I don't get caught up into combine. I don't not at all underwear Olympics. Yes. But you know now that it's in prime time in between. There's Tim Smith of Texas bench pressing Tony five followed up. Here's imagine dragons, and they're going to go to them. That'd be playing between bench press and managing drug, the co drill..

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"tim smith" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"tim smith" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To spain. Now where next week the trials will start of nine political and cultural leaders involved in two thousand seventeen outlawed referendum on independence for Catalonia. Some of the accused of being in pretrial detention for more than a year and have become a focus for tension between supporters of Catalan independence and the Spanish government in Madrid. That political tension continues to affect the lives of people across Catalonia one man who says that he suffered as a result of his support for independence is Ignasi. Sabatier? The mayor of the small Catalan town aversions last month, he was arrested by national police without an official court order for suspicion of being involved in a pro independence protest but blocked railway tracks. He was released without charge. But says he was injured during the detention. We'll Tim Smith went to meet the man in his hometown. To find out. What happened? As the NATO, your soccer coaches on the sixteenth of January. I was guessing in the car to go to work just like every day at seven in the morning. And when I left the house, I met a man who was waiting for me saying he had to arrest me, then another man appeared and soon there were four of them their faces were covered. They had no idea Khuda. They told me I had to accompany them to the police station for possible. Crime of public disorder on first October two thousand eighteen. On that day. I was working from high school teacher. So it's very easy to check. I thought perhaps they were from an extreme rightwing group who had come to look for more. I try to stay calm during the arrest. The injured my arm and together with sixteen others were detained and put an a saddle. Inside that sell the feelings of sadness feelings of anger humiliation, feelings of uncertainty because no one told us what was happening. What was going to happen to us? Three was totally illegal because they didn't prove police officers will show smoother. So.

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"tim smith" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"tim smith" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That the Spanish governments have ruled out safer now is they prepare to watch the Charles broadcast on national television. These castles pledged to keep singing until their leaders retained. Hey. Tim Smith reporting from Barcelona and yes, Peter Newman. A solution seems allusive because there's roughly a fifty fifty split in opinion between Catalan people live in Catalonian. It's it's like other societies around the world like Northern Ireland, and the UK it's deeply divided society to say, okay, fifty two percent of the population. I in favor of independence doesn't really mean much because that's still leaves about half of the population were against it overnight. Are you exactly? And so I think what the Spanish government doing is doing now, which is to seek a political path to seek some sort of reconciliation that allows the country to be part of Spain. But same time so almost have its own independent identity. I think that seems to be the way forward can you have a reconciliation while putting people on trial? See that's the result of the situation in two thousand seventeen and that's why it's so important that politicians don't interfere in that trial that they preserve the independence of the judiciary. But also that there is the possibility that was hinted us in your report of then going to the European courts to take it out of the purview of Spanish politicians and to have European institutions do the final ruling, it's not just a popular feeling is. I know you've spoken to police leaders in Catalonia who who've argued the case for it being a fundamentally different country from Spain. Yes. And you have almost parallel institutions police schools language has different there. Lots of identifies within Catalans societies that basically put you in one camp or the other. And it is we know from other societies that can be an explosive mix. You have to be really really careful in managing that for the moment. Peter. Thank you reminded. We're going to be joined by our other. Guests soon we hope is adobe Tricia and while Bonnie from Nigeria soon as we get her on the line. You're listening to weekend from the BBC World Service and to finish this hour. It's more than sixty years since Christian Dior died, but he's still one of the great names of French fashion above all he's famous for the introduction of what was called the new look to women's wear after the second World War this week, the Victoria and Albert museum here in London has opened an exhibition that looks at his work and has been a big hit more from our arts. Correspondent Vincent Dowd..

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