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Rihanna honored as 'national hero' of Barbados

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 d ago

Rihanna honored as 'national hero' of Barbados

"Singer singer Rhianna Rhianna has has been been named named a a national national hero hero in in her her home home country country of of Barbados Barbados I I marches marches are are a a lot lot of of what what the the latest latest she's she's not not just just Rhianna Rhianna but but the the right right excellent excellent to to Rhianna Rhianna that's that's the the title title she she got got as as Barbados Barbados prime prime minister minister mia mia Mottley Mottley bestowed bestowed the the title title of of national national hero hero on on her her this this it's it's the the first first time time in in more more than than twenty twenty years years the the Barbados Barbados has has given given the the honor honor it it comes comes as as the the country country marks marks the the end end of of Queen Queen Elizabeth Elizabeth as as its its head head of of state state and and it it becomes becomes a a Republic Republic singer singer Rhianna Rhianna has has been been named named a a national national hero hero in in her her home home country country of of Barbados Barbados I'm I'm marquees marquees are are loaded loaded with with the the latest latest she's she's not not just just Rhianna Rhianna but but the the right right excellent excellent to to Rhianna Rhianna that's that's the the title title she she got got as as Barbados Barbados prime prime minister minister mia mia Mottley Mottley bestowed bestowed the the title title of of national national hero hero on on her her this this it's it's

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Julius Jones' family begs for clemency as execution nears

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 weeks ago

Julius Jones' family begs for clemency as execution nears

"Hours before he was slated to die convicted killer Julius Jones has been granted clemency in Oklahoma Oklahoma governor Kevin Stitt used his authority to spare the life of Julius Jones just hours before his scheduled execution there's been a public outcry over doubts about Jones is guilty in the slaying of a businessman more than twenty years ago during a car jacking the governor commuted the death sentence to life imprisonment without parole Jones says he was framed by the actual killer who had been a high school friend Oklahoma's Attorney General says he respects the governor's decision to grant clemency but he's convinced Jones is guilty the case was featured in a twenty eighteen documentary the last defense produced by actress viola Davis I'm

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 Wages jump by the most on records dating back 20 years

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Wages jump by the most on records dating back 20 years

"Wages in the U. S. post their biggest increase in two decades wages and salaries jumped one and a half percent in the three month period ending in September the most on records dating back twenty years the labor department also says the value of benefits rose just under one percent in the third quarter more than doubling the preceding three month period in the year ending in September wages and salaries soared four percent also a record gain the figures demonstrate that workers are gaining greater leverage in the job market and are able to command higher pay more benefits and other perks such as flexible work hours my

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Fears of rising baguette prices pose crunch for the French

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00:53 sec | Last month

Fears of rising baguette prices pose crunch for the French

"Hike in the cost of wheat is alarming French households who feel a possible rise in the price of the price but get seen by many as a barometer of the country's economic health what we see and take up the tray of freshly baked now many blown Jews around from putting up some customers that the long crunchy staple could be going up in price by forty six cents from its average of just over a dollar Montel what you think but one expert says the price for but it has only gone up about twenty five cents over the last twenty years the bread industry crunch has been linked to a thirty percent worldwide increase since September in the price of wheat off to bad harvests in Russia I'm Charles the last month

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Kyle Larson wins on 17th anniversary of Hendrick plane crash

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

Kyle Larson wins on 17th anniversary of Hendrick plane crash

"Kyle Larson won his third straight NASCAR Cup series race in a four hundred mile test at Kansas Larson captured his ninth race of the season and with two races left on the schedule has a chance to become the first with double digit victories on the Cup circuit since Jimmy Johnson in two thousand seven Larson led a total of one hundred thirty laps on the day and this season has led the most laps in a season since the Cup schedule expanded twenty years ago Greg Echlin Kansas city Kansas

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 Jury gets chance to hear Elizabeth Holmes' bold promises

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00:47 sec | Last month

Jury gets chance to hear Elizabeth Holmes' bold promises

"A federal jury in San Jose California weighing the fate of fallen Silicon Valley star Elizabeth Holmes has heard audio evidence in her fraud trial federal prosecutors played a series of recordings of all of the calls boasting to investors about what she claimed was a breakthrough in blood testing technology buyer firm Theranos the government alleges that homes due to sophisticated investors and major retailers about a bogus device called Edison the machine was supposed to be able to use a few drops of blood to scan for hundreds of potential health problems the flurry of investments at one point totaled nine billion dollars with their nose while not being in only forty Walgreen's stores after it invested millions if convicted almost could face up to twenty years in prison I Norman hall

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In quiet debut, Alzheimer's drug finds questions, skepticism

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00:40 sec | Last month

In quiet debut, Alzheimer's drug finds questions, skepticism

"Persisting concerns about the first new Alzheimer's treatment in more than twenty years are curbing access to it four months after regulators approved Biogen's Abdu hell which is recommended for early stage Alzheimer's several major medical centers remain undecided on whether to use it big names like the Cleveland Clinic and mass general say they'll pass for now some doctors say they need to learn more about how and to help which is said to slow Alzheimer's works and how much of the fifty thousand plus annual cost is covered by insurance Biogen is not saying how many people have received the drug last month the company executives said they were aware of about fifty sites in fusing it I'm Julie Walker

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Volunteers in the sky watch over migrant rescues by sea

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00:56 sec | Last month

Volunteers in the sky watch over migrant rescues by sea

"The German non governmental organization is monitoring migrant rescue operations from the yeah as authorities from nearby European countries have become increasingly reluctant to help twenty years on the twin engines and that crew members since nineteen of the microstates owned by NGOs see what's the apple creek document human rights violations committed against migrants at sea the team also relate to stress cases to nearby ships and authorities who have increasingly ignored that please nearly twenty three thousand people have died or gone missing in the Mediterranean trying to reach Europe since twenty fourteen according to the U. N.'s migration agency Phoenix Weiss head of C. which is ample enough rations is concerned that the apathy from neighboring European countries might turn into these just shifting all the competence to the Libyan actors who are not able to to search and rescue in general I'm Karen Thomas

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Reward increased to $2.5M for information in slaying of Seattle federal prosecutor

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00:44 sec | Last month

Reward increased to $2.5M for information in slaying of Seattle federal prosecutor

"Cross your reporting reward money has been increased for information helping solve the killing of a U. S. prosecutor in Seattle rewards now totaling two point five million dollars have been announced for information in the killing of federal prosecutor Thomas C. Wales in Seattle twenty years ago Nicholas brown the new U. S. attorney for the western district of Washington announce the justice department has doubled its reward to two million dollars at a ceremony Monday marking the death of Wales in addition the national association of former U. S. attorneys is offering about five hundred thousand dollars for information helping solve the case Wales was an eighteen year veteran of the U. S. attorney's office he was fatally shot through a basement window of his home on October eleventh two thousand one hi

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A Digital Paradigm Shift Through the Lens of Finance - Greg Cross Co-founder of Soul Machines on Virtual Humans and Interactive Animation - Voicebot Podcast Ep 230 - burst 11

The Voicebot Podcast

05:19 min | Last month

A Digital Paradigm Shift Through the Lens of Finance - Greg Cross Co-founder of Soul Machines on Virtual Humans and Interactive Animation - Voicebot Podcast Ep 230 - burst 11

"I think of banking and finance is a good way includes the will becoming more transactional. Yeah when when. I grew up my mom and dad to go into the bank of reweight. Bank the patriot. Yo by that used to have to go to the bank every week. Get cash Yet this year that's long gone as many generations of technology that that have come along but is the bank managing you every single one of the customers by nice again Over time your so. We go through numerous now to the point where we'll right now and it what's happened in the code will in many parts of the world was young pool with you know seeing some of our big banking clients on a regular devices and people thought that pre cover that they had pretty high penetration rights of iran on smartphones. But guess what they went through the roof last year could banks because all of a sudden the banking completely Spliced retail bank The the the that that evolving competitive sh- paradigm shift between the banks and the digital banks and the traditional banks. We saw we actually is to become a stop become one So net will you. People have stopped yemen. This was something. I your head really thought about to be honest but i still into co own australian bank couple of weeks ago and Cash handling has plummeted one of the big reasons to have a retail retail branch which is cash handling a type of people. Don't wanna handle keishi anymore aside. We've move money as become eletronic Yeah and look. I obviously haven't traveled use the last twelve months. I mean in the in the us. Yo you can't go anywhere without a dollar bill but but literally The amount of cash physical cash in circulation this changing so these signs of some of the macro trends that again to emerge for of banking for retailing The consumer good as we stopped move forward into the future. I think of the rise of e-trade is an interesting example. Here before e-trade came up no one would think about buying stocks without a broker with. They had a personal relationship with charles. Schwab was popular. But you would call somebody place the order for you and what we see now is stock trading. There is no human behind it made if we look. Robin hood is sorta z. A perfect example of the next phase of that but you know obviously two generations past banking since then obviously with the kick in the pants from ed even accelerated that process which has been underway for twenty years. But i think you're drawing an interesting thesis here that every industry is going towards that same evolution. It's just the question is how far behind banking are they. Are they right behind banking and that they're going to this more high transactional relationship versus high relational interaction or are they. Are they a few years. Do they have a little time before. That really takes. Hold look I think every industry is every industry is having to think in in the in the world we live in today is having to figure out how mun digital impacts every aspect of business. Today i mean with me ultimately. We are in enterprise software. We sell solutions to begin prize. But i've got a. I've got a lad sales organization in the us and that that now selling to Yeah the now selling to Your c. level executives in big corporations Your enterprise selling young for my whole career has been about face to face interaction and building a relationship of this was a huge paradigm shift for you know for the industry And even in a business to business sick that the implications of digital the will we live in a having a real life impact on a day-to-day vice already You will learn about the efficiencies of being able to conduct more business. A and more meetings and digitally So y- is actually invading becoming an integral part of your the data. Dave way we would. We can now live Anywhere in the world and do jobs.

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US, Pakistani officials in strained talks on Afghanistan

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

US, Pakistani officials in strained talks on Afghanistan

"United States and Pakistani officials meet amid a worsening relationship between the two countries as each nation searches for a way forward in Afghanistan under Taliban rule fifty six year state Wendy Sherman is saying a powerful army chief on the foreign minister as well as prime minister Imran Khan well a Pakistani foreign ministry spokesman says close and regular engagement between his country and the US has always been mutually beneficial and effective for stability in South Asia Islamabad has been pressing for greater engagement with the old male old kind of band companies in Kabul while Washington which spent a long beard negotiating peace with the Taliban is still smarting from its chaotic end to twenty years in the country with much about the off them off remaining unclear I'm Charles Taylor this month

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Sebastian Asks the Question, 'Who Is Eric Metaxas?'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:10 min | 2 months ago

Sebastian Asks the Question, 'Who Is Eric Metaxas?'

"Those who Hiding in a cave for the last twenty years would you explain. Who is eric metaxas. You take a crack at that. I would like this. I would like you to take a shot. i'll puncture it eventually. But who do you l. From what is your family background. And i don't know how to describe you so i need some help. Who is eric metaxas. Well the part of the reason people don't know how to describe me has to do with the fact that i'm dramatically eclectic You could say scattered the way. I would put it. Sebastian is that i have written many many books. So some people think of me principally as an author. Some people think of me as the author of bonn hoffer other people think of me as a guy who cracks jokes. Many people more recently have seen me on salem on the salem radio network on the tv. So the way. I would put it. I an author new multiple new york times bestselling author And a radio and tv personality. I've just summed it up

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Veterans Caution Young Recruits Against Enlisting in the U.S. Military

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:00 min | 2 months ago

Veterans Caution Young Recruits Against Enlisting in the U.S. Military

"Was at an event last week. In oklahoma studied talking to an amazing political candidate who former green beret senior. Nco we started talking about bragging. The green berets. And i literally just received a text about thirty minutes before this reception from a very good friend at brag and and i think it went according to you and i want you to comment on what this means for america. So this is the person i've been working with for long long time and i'm not gonna give you the all. The context context the last line of this text. Is this good talking about fort bragg. Home of the green berets our political situation. Right now sucks at fort bragg cut at fort bragg what does this mean for the security of the country well i think china's going around A high fiving one another. I think putin's gotta be laughing. Iranians have to be positively giddy over this. The fact is we've taken action over the last twenty years and accelerate in the last few years that have detail caused our combat. Rain is to deteriorate rows in the garbage dump We are getting rid of good soldiers. Because they don't want to take a vaccine they don't necessarily need we are Demoralizing are people Among the veterans community there are a lot of us. And and you know this as well as anybody dr gorka. The military american military today is largely a legacy organization. You know there are very few folks coming in. You don't have a father or mother or uncle or grandfather who who served. And that's that's why these guys doing or or one of the things that leads to do it and a lot of these veterans are telling people. Don't enlists right now. Don't become part of

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Mother of the Imprisoned Naval Officer Stuart Scheller Fights Back

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:50 min | 2 months ago

Mother of the Imprisoned Naval Officer Stuart Scheller Fights Back

"Listeners. Asked me about the case of lieutenant. Colonel stewart sheller junior. We posted a video of his. Where he you know decorated guy a a a warrior a guy who has defended his country. He's the marine who spoke out against the afghan debacle. And you know for doing so. Apparently he's now in the brig unbelievable the twisted sense of accountability that the bite administration and our us government seems to possess and it's It's a shocking story. And i'm very very Grateful that lieutenant colonel stewart sheller. Juniors parents have been taken to the media to share their son's story very pleased to welcome cathy. Sheller to the mike gallagher. Show mrs. sheller. First of all on behalf of millions of americans were so sorry for what you're experiencing. It's got to be a very difficult time for the sheller family. My it is a very difficult time. I want to remind america. We will eventually into our son again. There are thirteen families there that are never going to get to see their children against the we have to remember that as americans zaveri high-cost and not only those thirteen people. The over seven thousand lives that were lost during this twenty year war and the depending on the data that you look at the anywhere from thirty to one hundred thousand one hundred thousand suicides that have gone on because of ptsd in unrelated issues from the war. Time we as americans take a look at this. And i don't want to take away from my son. But i just thought it was a very important to mention these

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R&B star R. Kelly convicted in sex trafficking trial

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

R&B star R. Kelly convicted in sex trafficking trial

"Singer R. Kelly has been convicted in his sex trafficking trial in New York marches are a letter with the latest R. Kelly looked down and stayed motionless as he was found guilty of several charges including racketeering Kelly was accused of running a criminal enterprise of employees who helped him meet girls and women and keep them abedian to his rules well he's subjected them to sexual abuse US attorney Jacqueline crystallises Kelly was convicted because people spoke up to the victims in this case your voices were heard and justice was finally served Kelly's lawyer Deveraux Koenig says he's disappointed with the verdict Kelly faces up to twenty years in prison when he's sentenced may fourth

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R. Kelly jury continues deliberations

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00:34 sec | 2 months ago

R. Kelly jury continues deliberations

"A jury in New York will continue it's deliberations in the sexual misconduct trial of singer R. Kelly I'm marches are a letter with the latest which R. Kelly a predator who controlled his victims moves for his own pleasure or were they willing participants who turned on him when his money ran out that's what a jury of seven men and five women are sorting through they got Kelly's case Friday after a month long trial the jurors asked the judge to review a transcript of a woman who said Kelly drugged and assaulted her as a twenty one year old radio station intern the top counts of racketeering carries a sentence of up to twenty years in prison if convicted

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Joe Biden Is America's Greatest National Security Threat

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:42 min | 2 months ago

Joe Biden Is America's Greatest National Security Threat

"It has been twenty years yesterday. The anniversary of nine eleven which is a moment's a day in history that i think changed all of our lives instead assan. Maybe even a different trajectory in life and it was difficult to look back on twenty years and certainly it made it even more difficult with the way that we were led out of afghanistan over the last month by the biden administration. Our first question is for mark levin and sad. We'd like you dr. Sebastian gorka to be our one responder mark. What is our greatest national security threat today. joe biden. i'm not cleaning. I am not kidding. The people he is surrounded himself with a disaster. He's got a secretary of defense that helped create the isis caliphate. He's got a sector stay. Who comes out of the ivy league. Schools really doesn't know a damn thing same with his national security adviser so when you look among those people it's absolutely a disaster. The idea that we've american citizens in enemy territory the idea that we would leave afghan patriots. Who fought with us in enemy territory. The idea that twenty years after nine eleven the taliban will be stronger and bigger control the entire country about ghanistan with the backing of al-qaeda and china and russia iran sees this north korea sees is all of our enemies see this we are in dire dire

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After Years Of Delays, NASA's James Webb Space Telescope To Launch In December

Short Wave

01:04 min | 2 months ago

After Years Of Delays, NASA's James Webb Space Telescope To Launch In December

"Science correspondent nell greenfieldboyce with some exciting. Strana me news high now. Hey they're re too so today. We're gonna talk about nasr's next big space telescope. The james webb space telescope. This is a behemoth that is sometimes called the successor of hubble and it will be the biggest most powerful telescope ever put into space. And i here. We finally have launched aid. It's been a long time coming. Indeed indeed it has and now it's supposed to launch on december eighteenth. Hasn't this telescope being in the works for over twenty years. Yeah yeah i i reported on it for. Npr back in two thousand and seven. That's when they built this giant life sized model of the thing and we're bringing around the country. I went to see it when it was set up here in dc down by the white house and all the monuments and to me it looked like this big ray gun that was about to zap the dome off the capitol building description. And that's an unusual. Look for a telescope right. I mean usually space telescopes look like metal tubes but not this one nothing like this has been put out into space before

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"twenty years later" Discussed on 20/20

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04:51 min | 2 months ago

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"For daughters sean. A singer and songwriter had an idea. Should find a local band and take a chance again. S. look at you and your senior. Yes she has a gig. I'm bringing couple of my friends. And i'm sorry to so great. My mom.

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"All that filming and i saw there and i just i was just compelled to go over to her and then i found out that she was having issues just walking around new york bar he trophy a muslim woman widow a new mom and after nine eleven. Someone being taunted when she walked down the street. People don't have been side the victim. Also they were two women from very different worlds. James tame this ring take this as a sign as it had just celebrated her one year anniversary with her husband. Jim who was a bond broker cantor fitzgerald barbara jean. At a wedding arranged by her parents and bangladesh. Her husband was a physicist who decided to come to the us for opportunity. Even though the work he could find was as a banquet waiter at windows on the world inside. We were there when our hand had to learn how to do something always done by her husband. She took driving lessons. I'm trying to not feel now but if you opened my mind you'll see. I'm filling little bit little bit nervous. Find this is going to be a temporary license thank you. You're welcome valid for three months. They'll send the permanent license to your home automatically. That takes about three weeks so it's not necessary to go into motor vehicles. I'm gonna need your signature. Her baby boy farkhad was born just two days after the attack and as we saw her through the years we noticed how she gave him strep from from his dad. See so proud of you. You'll make him and someone else noticed to terrorism cradling. Her infant jack. She asked him for help. I said to her. How how would you say to your children when they ask whether dad is and she looked at me with these gorgeous big brown eyes that were filled with tears and she so beautiful and And she said i tell them to close their eyes look inside their heart and i've never forgotten it. I came up with a little kind of thing that we did together. Awareness daddy jim levin he would say in heaven who does he live with the angels. And when you wanna talk to daddy gem you close your eyes and look inside and he would say my heart now. Hey heaven and who does he live with god and who else angels. And when you wanna talk to daddy you close your eyes and look inside aware. And where's your heart. Yes that's nice. Love that he loves you baby jack now. Nineteen years old and grateful for the mother who tried so hard to help him. Keep his dad close. Just appreciate everything she's done because she's like the strongest person i've ever met really appreciate it. Thanks buddy in their backyard. There is a tree. It is surrounded by stones which say close your eyes look inside your heart and if you're wondering where is bora heen tonight. But she's been carpooling kids over all these years. Her daughter is now in law. School her baby boy now in college they all sat loved to the gathering and gratitude to this country but asks tonight to remember this day and private on september eleventh so many of us remember nation pulling together to prove that fear and hatred and not one everywhere you turn. You saw an american flag driving down the streets. There was just like a tunnel of american flags. Just a sign of solidarity eight unified. Ah somehow the women tell us. Hundreds of strangers sent what they would stuffed animals for the kids and books. And just like they didn't even know us macadamia nuts from hawaii teddy bears from everywhere. I had one woman who gave me a dollar fifty and she said that this is all she can she can give and she's a waitress and she will send me more money when she can. David cosima was a baby when he received a quilt and he wished the women at a place called joann fabrics new at he slept under their quilt for years. It's something that i could hold onto. At night. you know people from joann fabrics and pennsylvania. Were supporting you. Never know where that foot way. So we track down some of those kind strangers from pennsylvania who made a blanket that consoled a little boy. I'm so thankful that his cherished in a gave him comfort over the years. I hope that you will hold it in your heart forever and another connection. Remember jillian suarez now. A police officer. Her father was the policeman who rescued two women from the tower. This is my actual first time coming down here. That's nine eleven. Gillian is there with crystal tyson on this first time back. Tyson was suffering from smoke when julien's father her and the switch Gasping for breath and. He's trying to make sure that. I get so the ambulance throughout the day other moms told us about other small miracles along the way. Holly o.'neil melville remember being brave enough to sink to her. Laughing husband at her wedding was crazy. Scary for me. But i sang dream a little dream you know. We got married and three months later he was killed. She's a social worker but says about ten years ago she realized she had never reclaimed the spirit of that girl. The trauma of that sort of ripped away a lot of my self confidence and my identity.

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"Eleven he did not put it on gave it to him to that under a tree across the lawn. Some of the older siblings have gathered sharing memories of that time. I made sure to do everything to make him proud. Jillian suarez was a nine year old girl at her daddy's funeral. Her father officer ramon suarez jumped in a taxi ran to the crumbling towers and these are pictures of him saving a pregnant woman. Then going back to save a woman stuck on the stairs unable to move or breathe and then back into the building. He did not come out today. A little girl at that funeral has become a police officer to. I made sure. I got his badge. Got his back Sasha cordona also brought something to our gathering. Have one of the missing signed that. I put out there. She remembers how she and her mom walked from hospital to hospital. That day. here that they've come back you know. Jose cardona was a clerk at a brokerage firm. That i love you. Sasha was eleven years old. And i have always have your and my heart. I was fought. What happened. I have like a lot of these. There's one in my car. There's one in my room. These are everywhere. Sometimes i was in class ice to the magic him walking through win. Now coming to take me home. I i would just want one day just to finish twelve as well as lab. Go deer style ever won in two thousand one about three percent of new york city. Firefighters were black. Twelve of them died that day. Including joshua's sean. Seventy something to be said about a black man. Who would choose to find time where there weren't a lot someone who's fearless someone who's literally willing to run into a burning building. Josh powell is now graduating from morehouse college. Planning to be a doctor inspired by his dad and the doctors who have saved so many lives during cova when this pandemic logging running away but there were many people who ran wars. Who said gonna help all these people. And that's what what about greece down born after her dad died that i octane because by the rapid race on the road on the bike danton had a favorite band at favorite song patrick throughout the eagles and take it easiest one of his favorite song three elegant girls pay tribute to that song. Dad's style so they all have a tattoo is. Can you do the whole song. Bali but not on the spot patrick. Donohue was an investment manager. Any will his daughter treasures. His tee shirts said very that she had the ending before she had the beginning. She dead essay tonight. Grace has a message to send. Don't let longing for the dad you lost make you miss the one. You have to take this ring. Nearly half of the moms at the gathering have remarried. Grace's stepdad is quiet gentle man. Her mom met in church. Little grace was four years old. When i met andy to and he told me he seeks patrick's help in prayer. When did you pray for. What do you call andy. How over the years in sickness and in health grace watched her steadfast new dad. He nursed her mother through breast cancer. And so when illness struck again this year i love. He's ready at wants to come up. Just make sure he holds. A rally grease was at andy's side. You wanna come up here. So in early may. Andy was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Fortunately it was benign. Do you remember what you're going to say it's okay. It's alright he. He loses short term memory from the surgery when we meet again not long ago at the botanic garden and andy's well and is well you still say a prayer every now and then to pack sure do do so little grace teaches us all how you can weaver tapestry of family love that can stretch all the way from the gentile dad. She's protecting now to the adventurous dad. Somewhere over coming up a blank canvas. what will these kids right on the mural. What message do they want us to remember. And nine eleven. Mom who returns as a broadway superstar going act a great. You're a good kid adult mistress someone who's always there for me. Yeah i won't be. Granted can wait. My mom man moms are superhero. I'm not gonna cry. Two daughters with a superhero mom can also light up. Broadway would ever believed anything. Could knock her down. Mrs county j. gooding with the thank you all the shawn's goody with her new husband calvin a securities trader on the one hundred fourth floor of tower. One calvin do was go to work that day. Job men sitting behind a desk in stock. I mean that's not a dangerous position. He went to work and he just has it. She kept his clothes in the drawers. It's something about knowing that his sock drawer is here and it's full of his socks. That makes me that. Comforts me a little bit you know. I don't know why but he's not really gone if his closer here a month after he died little cya was born and the shawn's and calvin already had another daughter who was just one and a half years old one time little celje. Sohar mom crying and ask her to stop. The shawn's did. She was still so exhausted. She didn't think she could go. Back on the broadway stage. I was in a workshop rehearsal and i have a two year old and she was six months at the time and she woke up at three. Am and i was dead tired and for the first time. I really felt like you know what i can't do this. But she decided the biggest gift she could give her. Two daughters was to see her at least try every day to get up and do the impossible so one performance at a time over the years. She heads off to work at night. When grandma comes okay ray..

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04:41 min | 2 months ago

"twenty years later" Discussed on 20/20

"Never forget how brave people were in. People gave up their life to help some of that didn't even know. And that's something that i feel is important. His daughter brenda is now a second grade. Teacher says childhood memories may be small but they are potent. She and her dad at disneyland loved goofy so she slipped a pair of goofy years into his casca. People take things for granted and starred especially as we get older. It's hard it's interesting. You say especially as we get older at one time. I love this quote. It says that grief is not a place to stay. But it's a passage and it doesn't not assigned a weakness. It's a sign of love and you know like you grieve so hard because you loved so hard and it's just three or life atar but you just it's a new passage to something else across the table for oldest brother is living his tribute to his dad. My name is scott. Brian larsen. I'm named after my father scholars. Look exactly like my father. Everything from the beauty marks on my face to every single day identical and exactly like his father. He's now a firefighter to going to work. Every day in his father's firehouse mom ever say. Are you sure. Maybe don't know where she was my biggest supporter throat. I kinda got through the academy. What they call the eighteen weeks without watch every making the hero. Great men have walked place. Wait men have worked here. One is legacy tried to do the best icon every day and hopefully make proud. So what about all the babies we gather together twenty years ago. What has happened to them over these two decades howlers. The unstoppable forces of life who teach us how you can learn to remember someone effort. It was a stunning fall from. Grace stood a concern here that a number of tests weren't working on fairness devices. Her story unbelievable her voice on mistaken. I know that we made so many mistakes. This strange saga of elizabeth homes continues. I'm rebecca jarvis. And i've been reporting on the case of elizabeth homes for more than five years and now that she's finally going to trial will be following the case and elizabeth every step of the way. She's big risk thinker holder robot dummies. The drought is back. Listen now in every tuesday during the trial. Wherever you get your podcasts. Twenty years ago we set out on mission impossible. Sixty-three tiny forces of nature unleashed in one room. A nation reeling after the towers fell. They were sixty three reasons to believe in the future. Bleep corral them into a photograph they were shot in world. I don't think they hold their little friends. Look on baffled state. They tom more only off road. We get it. I'm holding twin in each arm and those twins twenty years later. They were suggesting that they pick you up..

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"twenty years later" Discussed on 20/20

20/20

04:00 min | 2 months ago

"twenty years later" Discussed on 20/20

"Sunrise. Twenty twenty one. We're preparing for a big reunion of people we first met long ago are streaming toward new york can see people. We haven't seen so many years am walking to my gate in boston. There are some things that we share together that no other people share book. But i'm also on my way to newark brooklyn botanic garden to meet with people i. I met two decades ago after the day. That changed so many lives. Charlie gibson. I live on the air for september eleventh. Two thousand one tuesday september eleventh. Two thousand it was in every day kind of morning on gma. Charlie and i were casually talking about commuting to work forty minutes after eight more commercial pause but stay with us and then we're coming back on the air the breaking news. We want to tell you what we know as we. We just got a report and that there's been some sort of explosion at the world trade center in new york city. And when the second plane hits. That's me gasping my god. Oh my god once. We're off the air. I start walking from times square down through the city to the world trade center night falls. There's no light. There's no electricity and you silhouetted firemen silhouetted. Ems workers all around the paper from decimated offices kind of mournful foliage. You just keep thinking how important all of these seem to someone twenty four hours ago. Thank you for coming in. And i wanna tell over the next days charlie and i would talk to the families of the nearly three thousand people who died that day and that's when we first met so many very young women a lot of the newlyweds now new widows who were also pregnant and so for the next twenty years we set out on the long path ahead. We followed these.

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"twenty years later" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:01 min | 3 months ago

"twenty years later" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"You have no idea to one another plane just hit i. God another plane has just hit another building right into the middle of it. Explosion like it's right in the middle of the building this one into the east. Yes yes i remember. I've sat down with some teenagers this summer and i asked them. Do you guys know about flight. Ninety three none of them knew it and they do know about black lives matter and they do know about critical race. Theory of. And that's what happens when you send your kids to government schools. Unfortunately let's play the sound of air traffic control talk talking about flight. Ninety three cut sixty eight united nine three. You got information on that yet down. Why didn't you land land somewhere up northeast to candidate and so flight. Ninety three was one of the planes. I think there were four. That were total that hijacked and it on its way to washington. Dc and. we don't know for sure it's destination. Speculation is that it was the white house or congress and this was when passengers decided to step up and take back control of the cockpit in what was a kamikaze suicide mission. Essentially now that sounds bad. It wasn't a suicide mission. But you know what i mean. They knew they were going to die. You know my heart. When i say that and the last thing that we heard on the audio brom flight ninety three was let's roll. They went straight right into the cockpit and took down the muslims that were about to try to kill americans. Twenty years ago our world changed. We lost thousands of lives that horrific morning in september over the last twenty years with chaos ensuing brave men and women in our first responder communities entered the call and rushed into the unknown as we watched in horror as the morning unfolded before our very eyes. Three hundred forty. Three firefighters lost their lives that day. Almost all our first responders who answered that call have perished sense. We here at the charlie. Kirk show are proud to partner with minute. Men coffee a company that is unapologetically patriotic and constitutionally based who honors all our men and women who serve and have served in the amazing country that we call home the morning of september twelfth america came together as one to honor all who lost their lives that day and in the days and weeks and years to come i'm excited to announce the official coffee provider for this program. Minutemen coffee is proud to partner with the national fallen firefighters foundation nine eleven tribute roast the patriots. At minute men do not just want to honor. Those lost lives that morning but once honor. All our first responders and military servicemen women with perished since nine eleven. they're seeking to raise awareness of the fact that they put their lives on the line for all of us. No matter where you live anywhere in this country there are firefighters. Medics ellios that have dedicated their lives to protecting and serving hours. We're proud to join.

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"twenty years later" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

The News & Why It Matters

05:53 min | 3 months ago

"twenty years later" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

"To take a few minutes and just talk about tomorrow. Which is going to be the twentieth anniversary of september eleventh and just kind of reflect on where we're at now. I think it's it's a very It's going to be very different one. This year with the reemergence of the taliban government in afghanistan and everything that has happened there. I know joe biden continues to say like we had this deadline and we needed to this arbitrary deadline and we needed to meet it and for the twentieth anniversary. But it's like well twenty years ago. The taliban was In charge now. Twenty years later and How much blood sweat and tears and money went into it and The taliban is in charge of afghanistan. And i think it's messing with a lot of people who were on the ground at nine eleven who went to afghanistan throughout all these years and i just wanted to get your thoughts on that gentleman my grandfather. I told you. I immigration into this country three weeks after that event and i walk down the those images. I actually walk there. My grandfather today left gave me was a fire chief. I was raised without a dad. He gave me a picture of their fire station and he said take this letter to engine nine. Which i did and the letter he wrote. It was epic was my heart breaks was. We can't run into the buildings with you guys but we're your brothers from south africa and it was a united nation. It was truly america. And and yes. Tally was in charge. And now they're in charge but say a month ago. They were not in eight months. This president broke. Thinks that should take you a decade to break and somehow broke it in eight months and so here. We are on the twentieth anniversary. And we gotta go look at those images and we can never ever forget led an immigrant. Tell you that and here we are again. They're in charge. You don't fail this bad unless you want to two point you you don't i mean you can't. It's impossible. People with no knowledge of military logistics could tell you how to how to how to withdraw replaced like afghanistan and prevent the taliban from taking over. I mean kids can tell you that. Well which was why they got the question. The white house got the question. Is it inevitable that the taliban is going to take back over. I mean it was like even the reporters were predicting in and they said no. Of course not and here we are and all the intelligence services there i mean we. We now know that they were cables in the state. I mean it's all a big lie but you look back on that everybody. That's old enough to remember. That day knows where they were what they were doing. Maria i was preparing. I was still rock radio. Dj and i was in my office in the morning show is on and they had a monitor and the first plane hit and i heard the morning show psychic news girls say oh my god plane just hit the world trade center. I stood up. And i went to the window and for a while. It just was an accident and sitting back down to continue with my work. I heard it said. Oh my god another plane just hit and it was like. Oh my own. My god now. I'm not gonna i was. i was in hartford connecticut. I wasn't in new york city. Didn't lose anyone that day. I have friends that are police officers. that have respiratory issues since then but i i feel like this whole thing with woke and everything that's come i feel like socially we've gotten weaker. Oh that that we literally suffered the worst terrorist attack generation. That could only be. I guess compared to pearl harbor. And you look at the response from pearl harbor and the response after nine eleven. It's like i don't know. I just feel like we have gotten we've just gotten socially weaker and i also wonder too. We've we don't have much time here at lesson minute but i also wonder too yawkey. Let me give you. Let me give you this if we are perpetually getting more week the more time that goes on from something like this as horrific as it was we have all of these children growing up. Who didn't know anything about it. I'm not sure that they can fully grasp it through the pictures and really understand how fragile all of this is hard to grasp with. That's why as bad as this moment is in our country right now with biden. Don't let the moment go by. Without using the moment that he created to reteach and bring him back because now it's relevant afghanistan is relevant conversation right now so now you take your five seven ten twelve year old. I said my six year old down my six year old tomorrow is gonna learn about nine eleven. Because i'm teaching you iaccarino. I'm teaching history. They need to know why they're dad. Came here what people fought for. So i can't come here. Your kid lives in a country where there's warning signs over the constitution. Now i understand. My kids got to be raised. Different be raised like it's one hundred year to watch porn. You wanna lie. But this warning signs on. Thomas concerts all right. We gotta take a break back all right. Hey don't forget if you have not yet gone forever. You get your audio podcast. We appreciate you watching our smiling faces here on blaze tv youtube pluto wherever you are watching this.

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"twenty years later" Discussed on The Ten News

The Ten News

02:53 min | 3 months ago

"twenty years later" Discussed on The Ten News

"Up next. It's time for ought watch the bag idea trivia on the ten. There is a special exhibit at the nine eleven museum and memorial that recognizes the hundreds of dogs that helped with the search and rescue effort and comforted victims on nine eleven. What is the exhibit called. Is it a helpful canines. Be canine courage or see cuddly. Canines did you guess it. The answer is b. The special exhibit is called. Canine courage the letter k. And then the number nine is police. Shorthand for the word. Canine c. a. n. i n. The exhibit recognizes the cards of the dogs that supported the search and rescue effort that day. The exhibit came together after photographers charlotte. Domes- traveled around the us and took portraits of fifteen of the retire dogs. Those photos and many showing the dogs that work make up the exhibit. You can see some of the pictures of these courageous canines and read more about the exhibit at the lincoln. Our show notes. Thanks brave doggies okay. That's it times up. That's the end of the ten for today. Thank you so much for listening to this special episode. Make sure to talk to the grownups in your household if you have questions. And we've included a link to the nine eleven memorial museum website for more resources about how to discuss terrorism and the impact of nine eleven with your family by learning in discussing. We can all work together to build community and understanding. Here's a last note for the grownups. They say listening to the ten news. Look out for new episodes on tuesdays thursdays and extras on saturdays. You can go deeper into today's stories by visiting the ten news dot com. The ten news is a co production of small but mighty media and next chapter podcast in is distributed by iheartradio. The tendons creative team is reflecting. Today includes tracy crooks. Pete must've andrew hall and natalie alonzo penalty kirkland contributed to this episode and special. Thanks to alan grads for joining us today. And to fifth grade teacher tally. Good can from the san francisco school for introducing us to allen's work our production director is jeremiah tomorrow and our executive juicers are donald albright and show creator. Tracy leads kaplan. I'm bethany van delve and thanks for listening to the news. Don't forget to check out our show notes today..

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"twenty years later" Discussed on The Ten News

The Ten News

05:44 min | 3 months ago

"twenty years later" Discussed on The Ten News

"Twenty years ago today a series of coordinated attacks against the united states change the country in the world forever smoke and fire taking place in both towers world trade center in today's special episode. We'll discuss the lasting impacts of nine eleven and why it's important that.

"twenty years later" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

KILF Morning New Podcast

04:06 min | 3 months ago

"twenty years later" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

"Fluid and we pray for him. His name is billy kelly. He was with the nypd for many years. Two of his five children have joined the us military in his honor. And we pray for people like this. There are more people today that are sick and or have died from nine. Eleven related toxic cancer and other diseases than were killed by the terrorists. Nine eleven so The victims continue. I mean people continue to die from this that and also the. Ptsd is terrible in the sense. That i can tell you. I feel like there's a therapy session but You know when i hear fire trucks or ems or ambulances or i smell smoke or It brings me right back. It's like it's happening right drill for you. Basically the trigger. Even though it's twenty years later. Or if i hear a loud boom or allowed side i don't think any american will ever fly again without thinking about what happened on flight. Ninety three i'll be in shanksville over the weekend for the nine eleven ceremonies And i think that we need to think about those forty souls. They knew what their fate was and they were americans and they fought back and they're still trying to identify the remains of people in fact In the last couple of months. I think they've identified two more people and their remains. It's just mind boggling to me that that continues. It is mind boggling. There is a morgue in the basement of the nine eleven memorial in new york city and is guarded by police officer around the clock and as the dna testing gets more advanced and more advanced. They continue to run the ashes of people and bone fragments. That have to this day. Twenty years later never been identified because no one survived above the crash floors and many of those souls have never ever been identified. You know ashes to ashes dust dust. There were people. I was saying this to my husband just last night that there were people that had never been to new york before that were at a breakfast at windows on the world on the hundred and tenth floor. That never made it out alive. And i've been up there to eat. I mean i know how far up it is and gosh. If you get up a s you know caught up. They are i. I can only imagine what kind of fear was going through these people's bodies and minds. It's beyond anything that anyone could imagine. But i try to think about the firefighters that successfully got so many people out. That wouldn't have made it There were fire wardens every day civilians on every floor where you would be in charge if you were in the ninety three bombing there were four ways for exits to get down to the sky lobby and then from the sky lobby the forty something floor down to the ground but it was a very complicated building and complex to get out but the fire wardens on each floor. Many of them got every single civilian out. Evacuating down all those steps. And so i choose to think of the positive and the other positive memory i lived in manhattan at the time on the upper east side of the nineteenth precinct and the police fire house are next to each other and i remember all the people little kids in my building. That didn't know what to do and made cookies and cakes and pastries for the firemen and the policemen going back to each precinct and seeing how many people had died three hundred and forty three firefighters and the police officers that passed away. People wanted to do something. They brought towels. They brought gifts. Kids made arts and crafts. Just a feeling of just to say. Thank you and i think that going forward now that it's been twenty years. It's no less painful. If you've lost a loved one and we're going to have the twenty first anniversary and the twenty second and the twenty third. Just just say thank you to the people that are in law enforcement..

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"twenty years later" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

KILF Morning New Podcast

07:17 min | 3 months ago

"twenty years later" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

"Since that tragic day here in america. I remember My husband and i and our family were flying out of new york city the weekend before and My husband said to me turn around and look. There are the twin towers. And it's just so eerie as i think about that day when we were flying out there where if we had been flying home the next weekend you know We could have been on one of those planes to help. Remember what it was like that day. We spoke with robin williams ski. She was a reporter in new york city for the associated. Press radio network at the time and We've split up the interview into several parts throughout the morning because it was so good and So compelling so here's part one at that interview that i did with robin so you will working as a reporter for the ap radio network in new york city at the time This happened. Can you bring us back to that day. Twenty years ago. Oh well it. It's such a rough memory. I was in route to the new york stock exchange for ap radio where i had been on nine ten to cover the volatile market. And i was home about to leave in my apartment in manhattan and my tv. Set flickered. i was watching the. Abc station went over to nbc. And they were saying that news anchor was saying that there was a plane in the building in the world trade center. And you could see the smoke billowing. So i called back the ap. And i'm the person answers the phone. I don't even identify myself. I just say do you see this and the voice on the other and says yes go live and get down there and so we all know the events of nine eleven but i will tell you that standing underneath the building thinking that you know a plane was in the terrorists use planes as missiles into the building and i kept seeing things going out of the building thinking that it was furniture. Going out the window you know playing desk and furniture out. It wasn't until way later. On that i understood that those were people going out the window that that was their best hope because the fires were raging. And that's image that i'll never get out of my mind and then later on both buildings are on fire and i'm thinking myself how in the world of the firefighter is going to get up there to put this out and i had been in the ninety three world trade center bombing eight years prior and i'm thinking of all the people i know in there and you know. The governor's office and and cantor fitzgerald and people. I grew up with a new jersey in high school that worked in the building. And i'm thinking how are they gonna put this out. And i'm on the pay phone. Yeah i'm kind of dating myself here. Twenty on and i hear people screaming. Oh my god. Oh my god it. And i'm thinking what could be worse than than the twin towers on fire. And i step back and i peer around the payphone and the south tower is collapsing in slow motion and people are screaming and police. Officers are screaming. You know peak the f. o. g. Cfo you know. I'm kind of doing an an acronym. Here so i don't curse but if not for the police and first responders screaming for people to get away from the area So many more lives would have been lost. So did you have to basically run for your life from that payphone. At that moment. I did and you know people didn't know where to go. There was a period of time. Where i was hiding out in a basement in like a freezer area of a restaurant with all these strangers and we had a tv on. And i didn't know what to think or where to go. Do you go to central park. You get there some kind of way you go up to the united nations. Is that going to be a target. Do you go to the empire. State building is that going to be a target and we just didn't know and then we started hearing reports about other planes and the pentagon i didn't learn about the sank phil situation flight. Seventy seven t Flight seventy seven was in the pentagon. I didn't Hear about flight. Ninety three and shanksville until way later on in the day. 'cause all the cell phone service was out. How did you initially get to the site. Mean you take a cab and when you got there did you see any of the the second plane hit at all. I drove down there. And when i got down town from my apartment Because i have pressed place on my car and I just ditched my car. Somewhere and i ended up evacuating on foot and getting my car way later on and know it was covered with all the toxic dust. But you know the thing is all the people that perished in their over three thousand innocent americans and you know a nine twelve. We weren't black and white democrat republican. We were just americans and the terrorists took out that building not because of how beautiful it was glass. The metal the steal it it was a symbol. It was a symbol of american. Might of american strength. And that's why it never stopped being a target for eight years so the terrorists radical islam. Jihadist they play the long game. They're not into the news cycle of the west of the twitter verse forty characters. They wait us out of some bin laden. The top terrorists planned and plotted from cave for eight long years and we were sleep at the wheel. And that's when we went into afghanistan and now we're out of afghanistan. Do you fear this could happen again. Oh absolutely but in a way that will be way worse. Something that we've never thought of. And i'm kind of reminded of tom. Kaine the former governor of new jersey who was involved in the nine eleven report in the aftermath when congress looked at it in its entirety and the main nugget because i remember him saying and the news conference is that nine eleven was the failure of the american imagination. And it's a very powerful statement about that. Nine eleven was the failure of the american imagination. Yes in nineteen ninety-three the radical islamic terrorists. Put the bomb in the b. Two garage with the hope of toppling. The towers it didn't work and so they came up with this plan to hijack aircraft and to use them as missiles to attack it from a different way. They are always ten steps ahead of us. Have you suffered Health issues because you said you were covered in ash down there right. Yeah i'm in the nine eleven world trade center program twenty years later i have friends Who had even more exposure than i did who have cancers or have since passed away. I have a friend of here in the atlanta georgia. Area retired new york city policeman who has terminal cancer as we speak He had skin cancer. He was his job was at the staten island landfill to go through debris he was with the forensics unit looking for bones and body parts and he got skin cancer on his forehead that spread to his liver and pancreas and he currently has brain cancer..

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"twenty years later" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

12:53 min | 2 years ago

"twenty years later" Discussed on KTRH

"One Democrats define impeachment their own way Friday on Houston's morning news the Senate has finally pass the the spending bill which is a two year agreement which well it'll take us through the presidential campaign and then all your rations ever some conservative senators originally opposing it trump seven eight and I went to sign this thing is gonna be plenty of time to cut the point is no government shut down between now and whoever is inaugurated on January twentieth which most likely be trump no government shutdown threat no campaign promise no campaign issue of a potential government shutdown that's off the table with this deal now before we get back to Democrat debate I want to mention something as I'm sure this is going to be irritating to a lot of you and I want to try to ameliorate it some by virtue of all looking at fox news finally got to the video that we had yesterday Elijah Cummings twenty years ago fox in nineteen ninety nine calming Baltimore rat infested now the two things about this Elijah Cummings was the target of Donald trump's tweets Elijah Cummings been out there beating trial Bob and his administration or the way children are treated at the border and trump has had it he pointed out the nature of Cummings district rat infested vermin infested garbage not picked up no human being want to live there Democrats predictably responded with trump's racist tweet there was nothing racist about it all it was was factual so we went back yesterday we found the Elijah Cummings he was he was committee member back then and he was questioning somebody making a speech about the need for more government to help cities twenty years ago when he was making the case for more money because Baltimore wise whacked infested with a drug infested drug and we made the point yesterday the infestation are using the word infested the Democrats and I'll say is racist and that's why trump is accused of racism because you'll you'll is the word you say some some places in infestation or infested with drugs and rats and so far it's racist well here was a larger Cummings twenty years ago but there's another point to make twenty years ago Elijah Cummings was complaining about drug infestations in Baltimore it's twenty years later and there's no change it's twenty years later and it's arguably worse in his district and so the proper question is what do you do about it using any of these problems ever get a dress yes they do they have money allocated but where does the money go I'm gonna tell you something folks Donald Trump is doing what we have wanted the Republican Party did do for twenty years and he's doing it so far in less than three now I may not be speaking for you but I'm speaking for me he is calling these people out on their B. S. every time they open their mouths but he does it always after being hit himself he's he's being accused of launching attacks on these people he's not Donald trumps trying to clean up the mess wherever it is in this country that has been ignored by previous people in government previous administrations congresses he's attacking things unemployment jobs trade deals immigration your name in the process Donald Trump is illustrating how all we've had is a bunch of talk and no action Anne's illustrating a time honored Democrat technique you blame Republicans for it your point on how rotten it is you get votes on that basis but yeah don't fix it because you continue to complain about it and you need the ability to complain you need a village you need a demon so you allow drug infestation to remain in your district or in your city you make a show of trying to fix it you get federal money allocated but you don't fix it and then the media being on your side makes all this possible you're come along the next time and accused the Republicans of no compassion of racism and bigotry they don't care about poverty they don't care about drugs are given and trump's head is full of it so he's turning it right back on these people and in the process we get video and audio of Elijah Cummings twenty years ago nineteen ninety nine complaining about drug infested Baltimore how much money has been allocated to Baltimore to deal with this in any other problems still there are problems still they're not solve not addressed even not fixed arguably worse that's the real observation people should make there's been nothing that has changed no improvements have been made arguably it's worse and who's in charge who runs these places who presides over these rap and drug infested metropolises that's right the Democrat party that's where all of these masses are and especially if there isn't any opposition if the Democrats totally on it if there's no check or balance of there's no opposition the Democrats are allowed to run free and be who they are they end up making the biggest mess of the places they run and we finally have somebody pointing it out rather than trying to suck up and curry favor with them for the express purpose of showing how we can all across the island work together now the story that is out there it's it's on on one level it's a very positive upbeat story on another level it is not dammit I knew it inspector general Michael Horowitz is preparing a damning report on James call me is conduct he has referred to him for possible prosecution under the classified information protection laws this according to John Solomon at the hill who had this three last night unfortunately Solomon is reporting that the department of justice under the Attorney General William Barr has decided not to prosecute call me for the alleged infractions now what we're talking about here is just as bad as what Hillary Clinton Hillary Clinton had an off site server that was on secured an unprotected in her home on which she was trafficking in classified information she was taking classified information out of the office of the state department by way of putting it on her server at home she was using email addresses that were outside the state department email domain and her server was unprotected it was hackable and it wives and remember when call me listed all of the legal violations imagine life it press conference and then said we're not going to prosecute because we don't think she intended to do any of this and therefore no reasonable prosecutor whenever making case it turns out that call me did the same thing when call me retired or was fired from the FBI essentially goes home and we've learned that FBI officials were taking classified documents out of the office to call me at home and then call me was leaking that stuff for him in an honest expressed reason he gave us was he wanted to trigger a special counsel to investigate trump after he had been fired according to Solomon sources the inspector general reports due in September well concluded call me who leaked classified information and showed a lack of candor but department of justice prosecutors declined to bring charges because they didn't think they had enough evidence to prove that call me intended to violate not this is clearly that's that that that that is clearly not true at the end it has such a similar echo to the whole Hillary thing except now its bars said well I know they call the intended then we may not really have enough here to make a case what where is this lack of intent when did this come from it's not in the law just because you didn't intend to does not there give your protection here it shouldn't have been extended to Hillary it shouldn't be extended to call me and as I say it's the same rationale that call me you is to let Hillary off the hook for violating the espionage act and what call me did here this is not insignificant he actually had allies at the FBI after he was fired bringing classified documents home to him what do you think those were about there were about the trump investigation on a number of things that those were among the things call me was leaking what arranging to be late now from this story this is the potential upside it may well be and this is my own speculation it may well be that they've decided to let call me off the hook on this because there is so much that is so much worse that they're gonna they're gonna save their fire from those violations from the from the story call me not completely off the hook however he and others inside the bombing your F. B. I. and the V. O. J. still face legal jeopardy in other ongoing problems by the inspector general and it the bar appointed special counsel John Doar according to former acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker of a call me memos were under review by U. S. attorney John Huber during an appearance on fox news Monday would occur let slip we still have you ever out there looking at some of these things regarding commies numbers one not humor is the guy that that that that Jeff sessions appointed every thought he'd gone away every thought Huber had been basically superseded by by bar in Dora but the IG report least reaffirms what has become clear to Americans the past two years call me entered the F. B. I. chief job with a reputation for excellence but he ran a bureau it suffered from an aptitude political shenanigans leaking and significant human failings all of which sharply contrasts with the morality lectures is become famous for frequently offering since he was fired so call me he's been caught and let off the hook because they don't think he might have been tempted and the potential upside here is that wow this is very serious stuff and it is prosecutable and there are people in jail for what Hillary Clinton and call me if com is off the hook on this there are people saying that and what bars looking at in the rest of this whole the the origins of this silent coup call me is going to be facing much worse along with all of these other players we'll see we've been waiting we've been waiting for how many years fox for this stuff to pay off they've been people predicting every week for the last three years that the song was gonna come cascading down on the bad guys and so far it hasn't and now we learn that call me is going to skate on this and on the other side of that there is implicit trust in bar and door and now we learn Hoover humor still out there so we'll just have to wait and see September the big month for the IG report quick time out will be back and continue after.

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"twenty years later" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"twenty years later" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Right. Because for some. They're sort of forgotten the greatness of what they did in for you. That's great. There's also the expectation of continuing to represent something even twenty years later when you would hope that somebody else would have stepped in to represent that thing. How do you feel about continuing to stand for something? And maybe wishing you'd gotten farther since you started standing for it. Yeah. Well, it is it is. It is frustrating. I think I'm at the point with it. All just like, why aren't we just doing what's right from the start, you know, like make these choices be proactive instead of the players having to push a little bit. But I think the players do have a platform in what the US is doing that platform has been great, and it's not only affecting here. But it's getting the rest of the world. I mean, you can see the impact they've had on other organizations, you know, England, Canada, all the all those players are like, well, the US is doing and they're they're taking a stand. So the more that's happening. It's affecting globally. And then it affects these new countries that are in the World Cup like South Africa Chile and Jamaica, where they're getting their first chance to be in a World Cup and getting the taste of it. And then going back and their organizations have to do something they have to support that because we're they are. So it's making a bigger impact. And I think now we just continue to be proactive. Do the right things companies get behind the women because obviously they represent in the or have an effect on society right now. Foued? Are you talked about how you and Cammi Granato from the women's US hockey team used to sit and have conversations about how you could make things better. And you're watching what's happening with hockey now, which we're going to have a panel talking about that later, but thinking to yourself this could have started these conversations and this push seventeen years ago of Cami would have had the support. She wanted. Exactly. And I think the women's hockey team realized that as well, they got to a point recently just a year and a half ago or so where they said why why are we still dealing with this? When this was an issue that Cami tried to fight two decades prior. And so when you look at the trajectory two of the two teams with our team playing in the ninety nine World Cup after and the SPO. Port growing like this and the number of kids playing the marketing and the investment into it and that happened because we litigated that in terms of contract, and that was in the collective bargaining agreement, and they weren't able to be successful..

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"twenty years later" Discussed on Off The Pill

Off The Pill

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"twenty years later" Discussed on Off The Pill

"I was like already fast forwarding twenty years later having seen what happened in the past and saying, yeah, it should be legal. Yeah. I know. I know what you're saying. Yes, I'm just putting that hat on. Yeah. But you know, what actually I think about it? Yeah. The whole animal thing bestiality yet. If you really really gotta be digging ourselves a whole, but I'm just going to say it if you were already in the really that's fine that rabbits due to whole the rabbit hole. Basically, if you really if you really break it down. He he can get to a point where people whose to say, it might not get to a point where people are like, okay. This guy can consent. This animal can't consent or can't consent. But who's who's to say that we don't get so point where you're like what that is analyst here being an animal like animal that animal has the right? How do you know it can make decisions? How do you know the animal doesn't are you saying it's like a like, you know, like being a feminist are using like this you're treating this animal is less than you. You think humans are that much superior that animals can't make decisions I feel like there's probably a subculture. That's already liked that. But what I'm saying is we that's pretty ridiculous. Yeah. But who knows if it happened? Yeah. That's the crazy thing and in my I think it will. I think you know, what? I mean, the the way we're going. I don't think it will. I think because I think it's there's going to be this. We're still Ryan this wave of like legalizing and being accepting of everything. But I think there's going to be a counterculture. That'd be like back to the rules of the old days. Yeah. And I think it's starting to already happen because Trump no not no not just because of Trump. I think that's a that's just effect of what's happening because of Obama going to extreme exactly I think that's because with extremists James. I know with extremists comes extremists. Right. There's balancing. Yeah. Land somewhere in the middle. Yeah. There's always there's always I mean, everything in life is assigning cosigned grab. And you know, like, if even the three of us, I'm sure there's there would be things that, you know, just even on this in this tiny room. Like there are things that we would disagree with. And there would have to be that balance in the middle of what we all agree to what if we bring in one more person that balance might that that middle point might need to shift over to the left or right or would outright sales. That's just a that's the president human condition. The president presents the president. That's the influential people of the world, they shift it which way they want the majority. So that's what apple is in tech. That got really deep. We started talking about. I agree. Definitely agree. All right. So that was nice. That was a great episode while we really went. We went deep into some. Yeah. Faraway places on that one. Yeah. But you know, what? I know. That's the kind of this is what I want this podcast to be. It's called off the pill. We didn't none of us took. It's not planned. It's not planned. I like it like this. I know I noticed better to have things planned, but I don't like planning for one sure so to bed, and this is honestly stuff that we probably would've talked about in the kitchen. We do you minutes later, and he gave it sometimes even though like. It's going to sound really weird. But we'll be on FaceTime working on like a song or something. Yeah. And then we'll end up like looking at my phone is three hours later. I was like what are we talk to? We're not even working on the song. Did we talk about? And it's usually really weird things. It's the same thing. We just talked about we talk about incest. All we just kidding. Just kidding guys. Is actually the first time we talked about this. I think it is the first time. Yeah. With of other things we talked about that. We should probably bring up another time. It always starts with would you think about blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, or what do you think, blah, blah, blah, blah. And then it's like stores on forever. That's called ADD that's off the pill ADHD moment. Anyway. Thank you guys for tuning into another off the Bill podcast. We'll talk to your on the next..

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"twenty years later" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

07:50 min | 3 years ago

"twenty years later" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Below six below in Green Bay Waukesha. It's four below and in Milwaukee, it is zero degrees. Brewers on. Deck is today. Our coverage beginning at eleven o'clock with brewers radio networks can summer fell WTMJ conversations. That'll be followed by live broadcasts from the Wisconsin Senator from noon until four thirty today. I'm Tony buttock on the home of the brewers. Newsradio WTMJ you've got that right outside for. We're talking. Baseball's most of the day. I'm Jay followed by basketball for thirty as we covered the bucks thunder game. Tyler Barnes longtime senior vice president of communications and affiliate operations for the Milwaukee Brewers. A course overseeing the operation at the Wisconsin Senator today for the annual brewers on deck. Always a pleasure speaking with you Taylor. How you doing today? I'm doing great, Mark. How you doing? I'm great. And it's just it's just great to know that we're going to be here in baseball today on WTMJ first of all, congratulations. The successful renovation of the Maryville ballpark and Jason training facilities. You've been very kind to reach out and have a couple. Conversations with us in recent months about how the project is progressing. I know fans are looking forward to going down there and seeing it firsthand. So just congratulations. I'm so happy. It's all come together for you. Well, thank you. And hopefully, you're congratulations isn't a little premature. I have headed back down there towards the end of the week. Once we get past this, nasty, weather, and that's still a few to take care of down there. But it really is come together. It was a a mad dash we we started demolition the day after the team left spring training last year, which really gave us, you know, roughly nine months to rebuild the entire place. And it has been a mad dash that. I can't say enough about construction team the architects everybody else down there. They've done a phenomenal job with it who I know from your description of how you've improved the just the overall training. In terms of the therapeutic health related outreach that you provide the players throughout their spring training experience. They're probably really looking forward to moving into those new facilities. Well, they absolutely are. And certainly when when the ballpark was built back in nineteen ninety seven. You know, it was state of the art the twenty years later, it had become really, you know, one of the smallest facilities, and and really, you know, outdated in a lot of the support functions that were available to players. So now, we're we're definitely at the other end. This is absolutely a top tier? If not the the best developments in baseball. It's another sixty five thousand square feet under roof and then for the fan experience opportunities to get closer to the players as their warming up and preparing for the games some improvements to the stadium. I know everybody's gonna miss the old line score scoreboard. We put up a new video board there. That's state of the art and removed all the bench seating put in permanent seating. So it's it's really it's an and new concessions is low. So it's it's really an upgraded experience for everybody that touches place the chance of the annual gathering that you put together. Brewers on deck is just a just a magical time for fans of all ages to mingle with ballplayers of brewer standouts from past and present. It's just so good for the game is it's just great to make that personal contact between the players and the fans, you know, it really is. And and this year, I believe we have an all time record in terms of the number of participants. I think we we have maybe one or two guys who had conflicts are not able to make it, but we have players coming from Venezuela. We have players coming from the Dominican Republic. You know, a lot of times we have some issues of getting their travel arranged their visas arranged that this year. We've we've really been able to get everybody up here. They're very excited. They're not excited about the weather mostly has live in Arizona or or somewhere in the deep south. So they're they're not in any way excited about the weather. But they really is such a great commodity with this team that I think, you know, they love getting back together seeing each other. And then they love the, you know, the support they get from the fans, and this is their opportunity to really give back interact with the fans and prepare for the two thousand eighteen season. Mccully tell me about can talking earlier on the show about those magical moments when a youngster or fan of any age makes that personal contact with the ball player. Baseball is sort of a landmark and the different stages of our personal lives. We relate to a time period in our own lives to maybe a year that the brewers were particularly successful the Braves or whatever I mean baseball players play a major role in someone's life cycle, really. Yeah. I mean, you know, I I grew up in Kansas City. I've been here for fifteen years now. And obviously, my my loyalties have shifted one hundred and eighty degrees. But I still remember the first game. My dad took me to at old municipal stadium in Kansas City and seeing the the Oakland A's coming out all of them with their their mustaches, and they were the bad guys. And I mean, it just an and then growing up with a successful royals games of the seventies and eighties. You know, there's moments that are absolutely etched in my mind. I I can't remember what I have for breakfast morning. But but those types of experiences that you have and as you said those those opportunities that you have to interact one on one with players. These are the times that you you just you can't put a price on that the value that not only the fans get but also the the players. Well, the players really, you know, I know it sounds like a cliche to say the best fans in baseball there. I I like to say that Milwaukee fans overdeliver and their support of the team. The the fact that we are consistently in the top ten in attendance in baseball. The passionately. See just when when these guys go out on the town, whether it's Craig counsel or the players were or the broadcasters. You know, there's just an energy in the city in a and a court level that you don't see replicated in a lot of the bigger markets. And that's it's just phenomenal. And the guy's really do feed off that it does make a difference. Very special the doors opened for the event that Wisconsin Senator at ten o'clock on my correct Tyler. Ten o'clock. And you know, we never liked to turn people away. But we are completely sold out for the first time they have good for you. So, unfortunately, we have to tell folks if you do not have a ticket, unfortunately, we don't have any for sale down here. But those who do have tickets it's going to be a great day in WTMJ. We'll be covering your event from twelve until four thirty as we lead into a bucks basketball. Thank you for the invitation to be part of this presentation again this year. It's just a just such an honor to be associated with Burs baseball. WTMJ brewers baseball. I think it's a pretty good combination. Thanks, Mark were great fans of the station. And we look forward to terrific two thousand nine came. All right, sir. And the best to you, and you take care and enjoy the sunshine when you hit or Zona later this week. Thank you, sir. We'll talk to you soon. All right WTMJ news time is nine fifteen time to check in with this WTMJ sports update. A big one in Cincinnati now. 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"twenty years later" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

04:47 min | 3 years ago

"twenty years later" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"I mean, look we all now twenty years later knowing love that movie. It's a classic people can't get enough of it. I've probably seen a dozen times myself. But I would think even though it's the Coen brothers, which comes with a certain degree of, you know, credibility and confidence you're reading it. I would think it the whole thing sounds pretty nutty. Do term totally moody, gene, raising Arizona, right. I hadn't some seen some of their earlier stuff, which I'm very sorry that I hadn't seen it all now. But you don't know never know when it's good working. Or was there two days? It was all that bowling with Jeff there. Yeah. Do I? And I knew I was in deep in terms of the other actors, you know, that we're working on the film, the rain. Lot of good actors quitting on some. The other thing was the second day. We did all the stuff. We're I'm looking into the camera. That's tough. Right. It about twelve or something. Like that. I looked at the brothers are both sitting there by the Cameron just like display. So you gotta tell me what the fuck they want here. I've done this thing. And it seems to me like it's the same every time. Right. You said no we had to take three men. We live seeing you do ended up doing takes ship. That's so funny. I love love those guys. And if you mentioned you mentioned in jest and Coen brothers done to west. All right. Right. Right. Well, and I just saw their latest western as a best western I've seen in e phthalate of busters. God they try to get you in that account. And. Talking to my wife about the talking to Catherine about that last night. It seemed to me that there was rumbling about it. When I was working on a ranch at they had reached down, the maybe, but I'm not even gonna go there say that I think it was me wishing that they had I'm wondering. Have been in the old guy. Who's only one on guy. And it was at peace was oh my God. That's great got. She was brilliant. So what is it with those guys? Why are they? So smart goes. Yeah. Number one. They're brilliant filmmakers, Bradley, another brilliant filmmakers who happened to be superintendent, brilliant writers and just in there. Electa fund. So from that used it was not like the end of the cowboy kind of thing you were. Of course, the Marlboro man years later. Thank you for smoking. Which was great for Jason Reitman, the golden compass yet a kind of like that. But the first job after they lebowski as you reference was one that probably for viewers, and maybe for you sort of unexpected you're the chief of staff for the presence of the United States because rod wanted to work with you in the contender two years after the big lebowski, you what did you make of that you get caught the play you hadn't been getting calls like that? Right. When I talked to rod about it. It was show kind of off beat for me. At least I felt that it was I don't think I had a lot of confidence and plan a lot of things other than these western things either. That's maybe one reason that I always gravitated toward them. It was a safe zone for me the new that inside out, and I could ride a horse. Rod ask him. I should have had it. You know? This is amazing piece of work Joan Allen, and Jeff Gary Oldman. How do I fit into that? Things are watch big lebowski that not and they just wanna see more union Jif. That was what he said. That's he said, I wanna put you into three piece suit cut off that fucking mustache think said, maybe that was Ron Meyer. Larry, I don't think he picked that play with you. When we're in New York, you should get rid of that moose staff. Moustache Blau is that important other. I think I would be moaning doing the westerns. I remember specifically were leaving the plug a hotel going up to have dinner little talion place up the street. He said foreign thing at a cut off that moose dash, what was your feeling about that you think I mean because it still here, obviously. I'm not connected to this Mustang. No, I'm happy to cut it off. And you did for the contender right contender? I did a couple of years ago, you know, for justified right?.

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"twenty years later" Discussed on Social Pros Podcast

Social Pros Podcast

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"twenty years later" Discussed on Social Pros Podcast

"Genius. I love that angle him. What am I do it? I put my kids to where we go. Somewhere every summer. I feel like I've completely dropped the ball on this opportunity. Roy Sally is pretty pretty pretty fun on this. So he had my sisters who had eight nine at the time right pen pal letters to John comptons kids. Yes. Fine kids he had he's passed away. Now, they wrote back John was a prime minister of Saint Lucia, and we got invited to the prime minister's house. We had dinner with the family. It was you know, it was awesome pictures back in the eighties with us with their family been twenty years later, we went back to Saint Lucia for another Christmas trip in my dad's spent about a day on the phone talking all the, you know, foreign dignitary offices or whatever track down, John comptons assistance that hey, we had dinner with them back twenty years ago. We're coming back. We'd love the out to dinner, and he said, yes. So John Compton wasn't prime minister lost power in the came back to power went back out to dinner with John Compton in it was such like. Being about thirty at the time. It was the mazing dinner feet is the was the the godfather to Prince William, and we have mazing dinner about foreign politics in gun control in being part of the Commonwealth. And I mean, it might lead. My dad is this like that has been sales will life in. He has this amazing ability just to ask because all they can say, no, it's a, you know, I'm amazing pictures cool story of you know, having dinner twice with the prime. Incredible. All they can say is. No and all the other of them at eight, and I can say is your creative sucks. I'm gonna things or that. It's great or that. It's great, which I'm sure happens on occasion as a devotee of pattern eighty nine myself, folks, if you're doing paid, social, and you're spending ten grand month or more RJ said, which.

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