37 Burst results for "Two Thousand"

How Tourism Companies can Leverage with AI

The Social Hotelier

02:06 min | 4 hrs ago

How Tourism Companies can Leverage with AI

"Mink has changed. The world really dramatically. And i would say that we. We don't still know everything that it will change. It's still changing many things right and that's why we need to be really alert. We need to learn new things and also we need to learn how to use new technology so in spain for example of spain's biggest or one of the biggest tourism destinations in the world. But it said that the first sixty days of the qualifying meant accelerated the use of technology the same as five years in a normal life and this is really huge improvement and for the whole industry. I would say that this is both excellent or and also a big threat Because many many hotels are kind of still thinking alike business as usual and we just opened the doors and tourism tourist. Come come in. And that's all we have to do right so anyhow it has been interesting obviously it has been really sad this pandemic but it has been interesting to follow all these technological trends and now they're growing. Yes i mean. I i agree with you. This has been hotels. Tourism businesses have been sitting live sort of laid back because the two thousand nineteen was a great year and also for spain was a fantastic year but of course with the pandemic effecting it of just stopped everything and of course the major businesses that spain this relying and also other destinations that has mass tourism essay or or a major contributor to the global. Gdp dropped also kind of have to rethink. And you're so right when you're saying that when people are saying that will just a just waiting things to get normal. Were normal is a wrong word. Because you have to think it's going to be different. And how is going to be different. How can i make the difference myself in order to to kickstart this business or have made i have to think about the different business model

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Fresh update on "two thousand" discussed on Uncensored Direct Marketing

Uncensored Direct Marketing

00:54 min | 54 min ago

Fresh update on "two thousand" discussed on Uncensored Direct Marketing

"You know the advertiser's definitely know now kind of what they're looking for it kinda. What type of car need to be hit on the back end on possibly maybe they cast in place you know so that they can say. I don't wanna take x. amount in we're gonna you know you can see how it's looking on our dr. Yeah i mean. I feel like i guess what. It sounds like affiliates are now Just more willing. Advertisers and publishers are now working a little bit more close together to make sure that everybody's happy because i mean back in two thousand six or so. It was like stand. Traffic will figure it out. Later whatever will be back and buyer spec you don't chapel on these companies. They didn't know which end up. Sometimes than it wasn't bad it just maybe didn't get them the best customers see. I mean when. I started when i started direct. Fan it in like two thousand ten Fully traffic was especially when we for health beauty anything. Housing beauty was like really affiliate traffic driven. And i saw so many epic disasters occur just like people rebuilt. Ci either in the affiliates rebuil- these companies that were making like millions of dollars one month. We're just literally going bankrupt the next day a nightmare you know so i mean obviously now things have cleaned up and it's important that both parties are are speaking to each other to make sure because i mean if you're an affiliate and the offer you're promoting is is goes bankrupt and have to rejig all your schools and it makes it harder for you as an affiliate as well. Yeah they gotta keep up with the trends. You know what is taught you know. And if that's not one of them right now than they you know they need to change their business. Model is like okay. Why need to change it. Not that it was necessary to their followers. I think semi titans the advertiser even on those it was like i don't think so of some consumer knew they were like getting real. It's like oh no. I'm getting building in so it was like. What is this. But i feel like Communication communications a lot there just in general in You know. I just think the space is still has a lot of potential in. It's still growing in. Like i said i think it's always keeping up with the translate. What's hot what's what's big you know. It's kind of like makes things. I don't know i feel like we've lost some offers along the way but then you think about something else happening on in our world site vissel basis you know. Yes now the offers that i see like the health offers beauty offers.

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Severe Vulnerabilities in Dell Firmware Update Driver Found and Fixed

Daily Tech News Show

00:21 sec | 15 hrs ago

Severe Vulnerabilities in Dell Firmware Update Driver Found and Fixed

"Released a security patch for its firmware update utility fixing a driver flaw that could lead an attacker gained full colonel level permissions in windows though dell said there's no evidence it has been actively exploited the flaw impacts more than three hundred eighty dell and alienware pcs. Going back to two thousand nine with almost two hundred of them listed as no longer receiving service

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Fresh update on "two thousand" discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

00:30 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "two thousand" discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"I'm really not interested in the tax bill if he collapses don't want to go out of business just what i'm getting going so yes i'll be thoughtful on the tax part of that then i have real expenses because i'm looking to throw ridiculous conferences and i've got gift goats and i've got things to do that to be frank with you. I'm going to try to find vendors that are interested in taking eath. Because i think there'd be smart two and then for me personally. I'm going to keep going. You know maybe you know who knows. I may need to do something in my life. I might have to do an investment. But like i'm i'm enthusiastic about ethan. You know i'm not. I'm not worried about how hot it's been the last two weeks you know whether it's three thousand thirty five hundred two thousand twelve hundred. I need to see something to stop me from being optimistic about it. That's how i work so our old the by the way. I've still been sold a share of facebook that i bought in two thousand now because i need to see something mark resigning right but all the hoopla around politics hasn't stopped me oculus oculus. If facebook inc wins oculus what interims the most powerful social network in the world. I work with the biggest brains in the world. I see how much money they spend on advertising out shifting like i use my brain. Not my ideological overreaction to a headline right on and you had to not have that ideological reaction in order to see crypto in the first place because there's a lot of cryptos a scam this will never work digital scarcity. These these are just j. Pegs on chain not worth what they're worth. You had to see past that. In order to see this opportunity and david. I think gary is talking a little. Never sell gang year a little bit like you. Yeah hoddle man and hoddle and then steak and so gary. I'm curious though like so zooming out for a second obviously you're bullish on digital scarcity. Everything with fte's what's your take on defying general or like crypto currencies in general. I don't love talking about stuff. I don't know i. I bought bitcoin and fourteen. I did a little chatting in the bitcoin. Peter some great podcast like i my big things. Bitcoin so big if you like this is the currency that gets in the sovereign nation. Talk which is always been the big heavy thing not paying attention to like point. I'm i'm very good at having a pulse i can. I can speak to light coin having a moment last night. But i don't know what's going on there. I know what's going on with doj. But i don't really know what's going on meaning i know why the human psychology is happening. But i don't know the details. I've spent my time on eath. Because i understood the people are going to build on top of it and i understand the second eath really crossed the chasm into social currency ak social media itself. I knew that people. I know people brother. That's what i know. I know people. I'm a human anthropologist. I understand them cold. i'd i am not a financier. I'm not going to run hardcore numbers. I don't get enjoyment. you know that. The pharma giardi of the stock. I own like ninety percent of the publicly traded company stock..

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Facebook Oversight Board Upholds Trump Ban for Now

Techmeme Ride Home

02:16 min | 18 hrs ago

Facebook Oversight Board Upholds Trump Ban for Now

"Facebook's board has ruled and upheld the company's decision to suspend a former president trump's accounts however the oversight board is also asking facebook to review the decision within six months to determine a penalty consistent with its rules. Well when someone actually sums it up. Better than i ever could. Maybe i should just go with that. This is jeff. Barikot vici on twitter quote created to absolve facebook of ultimate responsibility for its ad hoc enforcement decisions. The oversight board basically said you've got to take some responsibility here and it can't be ad hoc and quote quoting the verge. The board said that it quote was not appropriate for facebook to impose an indefinite suspension on trump and calls on the company to review this decision within the next six months to quote determine justify a proportionate response that is consistent with the rules that are applied to other users on its platform end quote. That review opens the door to allowing trump back onto the platform at some point this year but leaves the ultimate decision in facebook's hands in a statement issued wednesday facebook's vp of global affairs and communications. Nick clegg said that facebook would consider the board's decision and determined a policy position regarding indefinite bands as requested by the board. In the meantime. Mr trump's accounts remain suspended. Clegg said i announced in two thousand eighteen. The oversight board is funded by a grant from facebook but politically independent from the company composed of independent experts from a range of countries and backgrounds. It was designed to serve as an international appeals court for high stakes moderation cases although the trump is by far the highest profile case to come before the organization. The decision argues explicitly against the so-called world leader policy adopted by twitter which took a lighter moderation approach to political leaders. Instead the oversight board found that leaders should be held to the same or higher standards quote. It is not always useful to draw a firm distinction between political leaders and other influential users. The decision reads if a head of state or high government official has repeatedly posted messages. That pose a risk of harm under international human rights norms. Facebook should suspend the account for a period sufficient to protect against imminent harm and

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How are Black Holes Discovered?

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

01:52 min | 1 d ago

How are Black Holes Discovered?

"Black holes have been kind of a big deal ever since the first photo of a supermassive black hole was taken in two thousand nineteen black holes are exceptionally hard to find because they don't admit any light to pinpoint where they are. You look at how nearby stars interact with them and measure the x ray activity. The way that's yielded. The most black holes was to go. Look for x ray emission. The black hole stripping material off star as the black hole strips material off the star. It emits a bunch of rays. And those x-rays are very prominence. Scientists believe there are many more black holes in the universe. we haven't identified yet black holes that aren't interacting with a star and have very little x-ray activity trump theoretical models. We know that there are thousands of these non interacting black holes in the galaxy and scientists from all over the world very interested in finding these non interacting backhoes ohio state university professor todd thompson and presidential fellow tarin dude giant singer looked at the problem and set out to prove that black holes can be discovered in a different way. They set their sights on an unusual object in the constellation. Mono ceos the unicorn constellation there an unknown mass is causing a disruption in the shape of the light coming from surrounding older star called a red giant backhoes distort the shape off the red giant and the distortion creates changes in star over the face of the orbit of the back hall around the giant measure. How fast it's coming towards you and how fast it's going away and you can also measure. How star is distorted by the gravity of the nearby. Dark object and this particular star is in this is in this teardrop shape

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Belgium's Sourdough Library

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

01:59 min | 1 d ago

Belgium's Sourdough Library

"Is where i get to introduce you to. Carl met. Who runs the sour dough library in belgium on the baker Confectioner and when i started to work for the company i started as a test baker in the lab. I immediately got interested by this. Though that i never seen before i i read about it and we had some theoretical explanation school about sourdot but to actually never made one so being a baker. You want to know more about what's going on in there and then you start feeding it. Then you see bumbling and it's alive it's like a pet when you big brentwood that it's so different than when you make breath just with yeast and then when you when you start getting into sour dough. Will you see that there is a lot of things that are undiscovered and so that that there is an amazing work that can be done so carl sounds. He was working in a test kitchen. Yeah and it's actually really funny because you know you'd think that like his he'd worked for some like artisanal bakery but like pure does the company that owns the sour dough library is just a huge industrial baking supply company and pretty early on they wanted to sell sour dough making supplies and so they started researching using a sample of sour dough from san francisco. Of course would this one. I have a very special relationship because it was my my very first cy widow. I saw my life. And so i started refreshing it then i i had to bake with it and then we decided to do a study on sour dough. And it's this one. It's a sour dough from ulta meurah in the south of italy and this is a sour dough that has been around for probably more than two thousand years. 'cause he has been described in a book from horatio was a roman poets

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A Civil Rights History Lesson

In The Thick

02:14 min | 1 d ago

A Civil Rights History Lesson

"Today we have a very special guest joining us from brooklyn. New york is gene. Theo harris distinguished professor of political science at brooklyn college a historian and author of the rebellious life of mrs rosa parks. She's co editor of the new book. Julian bonds time to teach the history of the southern civil rights movement gene. Welcome to the show. Thanks for having me so today. We're going to honor one of the leaders of the civil rights movement and i. I actually met julian bond. I just can't remember where it's going to say that you probably did. I did meet him. And now i'm like you know i think it was before we had cameras in our phones. I mean bond is just a hero and a giant in the civil rights movement. He was an incredible human bean with. I mean his humanity just should out. He was an activist. He was an an educator he did. Pass away in two thousand fifteen. He was a founding member of the student. Nonviolent coordinating committee snake He had a political career. He served in the georgia house of representatives. He had to fight for his seat because of his opposition to the vietnam war and he was the first african american to be nominated as vice president though he withdrew his name and julian bond was an outspoken activist who fought his entire life whether it was civil rights to beaten way out of other people on the question of lgbtq rights all the way to protesting to shut down the keystone pipeline. Let's listen to julian bond in his own words to start off this show. This is from two thousand and two interview that julian did with phyllis leffler of the explorations in black leadership project at the university of virginia. Everything my parents. I told me about responsibility to others everything. I've learned that. The george school about speaking truth to power everything i learned about daring to stand up to powerful people and say no to them. Whatever the consequences. All of that came together when lonnie king came up to me and asked me if i would join this Movement

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Researchers: Climate Pledges See World Closing on Paris Goal

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 1 d ago

Researchers: Climate Pledges See World Closing on Paris Goal

"Scientists say recent pledges with the U. S. and other nations could help cut global warming up three point six five height by the end of the century but only if goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by two thousand fifty succeed more than one hundred ninety countries agreed in Paris six years ago to keep average temperature increases below that level ideally no more than two point seven five height but two thousand one hundred compared to pre industrial times the climate action tracker compiled by a group of researchers who translate emission pledges into temperature estimates projected that the wall is currently set to overshoot the Paris accords target by zero point nine degrees the new climate institute says if one hundred thirty one countries that make up almost three quarters of global emissions meet their pledged or discussed net zero goal then the two degree target could be met I'm sorry a shockingly

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US Men Await Their Fate as Murder Trial Nears End in Rome

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 d ago

US Men Await Their Fate as Murder Trial Nears End in Rome

"The pandemic was just bearing down on it today when the trial began of two young American men charged with the murder of an Italian police officer near the hotel while they're on vacation in two thousand and nineteen after more than fourteen months of defense lawyers will wrap up their arguments the two defendants former schoolmates from California can expect to learn the fates later in the week Finnigan the L. there now twenty one years old and Gabriel not tied to Georgia now twenty years old insist that they acted in self defense they say they thought they were being attacked by a pack of thugs or my fuel C. when cabin yet at vice brigadier Mahdi associate Oregon and fellow officer Andrea buddy I'll let approach them wearing plain clothes in the early hours of July the twenty six in two thousand and nineteen I'm in Syria Shockley

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Ricky Gervais to Sell Subscription to New Podcast

podnews

00:54 sec | 2 d ago

Ricky Gervais to Sell Subscription to New Podcast

"Hello and welcome to the wreckage of our show with me. Because of is steven merchant blue and the little round headed buffoon. That is karl pilkington. Ricky surveys is to launch a new podcast called absolutely mental with neuroscientist and philosopher. Sam harris available from the tenth of may according to deadline. It'll be paid for at fourteen dollars. Ninety nine for the season. The story says listeners will be able to add them on their podcast players. But no word yet sewn whether he's using apple specifies subscriptions the ricky surveys show got an award in the guinness book of world records for the world's most downloaded podcast way back in two thousand and sixty two hundred sixty one thousand standards per month. He then sold his show on itunes for six dollars. Ninety five four quotes at least four installments.

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Happy National Paranormal Day

Ground Zero Media

01:15 min | 2 d ago

Happy National Paranormal Day

"Today is national paranormal day. Yeah go figure. Ghost hunters ufo people fans of high strangest. They have a reason to celebrate because it's national paranormal day. I didn't know there was a national. I just didn't know. I guess maybe third has been set aside as the day we recognize anything and everything paranormal. It's been national paranormal from. I guess since two thousand thirteen so people make this stuff up. I remember back when i was in radio. Had when we did mornings shows used to have this book and in this book it was like special dates and and you know it was this. It would tell you what happened on this day. What day is today national ice cream day. National donut day national pizza day or whatever And so that's why you know every once in a while i do something nice for the crew like on pi day. I always go out. And i buy pie for the studio so we pie because that was something that i learned from this book that we had ever has been tradition since but now paranormal that. I had no idea. It's like hug a ghost. I do what to do whatever. I mean th paranormal day. And i'm just thinking that who who comes up with this in wide hoodoo i. Who do i owe this day

IMF Upgrades Forecast for 2021 Global Growth to a Record 6%

The Property Couch

01:02 min | 2 d ago

IMF Upgrades Forecast for 2021 Global Growth to a Record 6%

"The i m upgraded. Its jd db forecast to predict it the best global growth in four decades. That's not a bad way to start the presentation. The has predicted the lightest numbers in its world economic outlook. It lifted its twenty twenty. One world growth j. p. forecast to six percent from five point five in his as january. Is she the full cost of the. Us growth was lifted to six point. Four percent from five point one percent previously and china two point four percent from eight point one percent and the forecast restrain. Gdp growth was increased to four point. Five percent up from three point. Five percent the outward revisions reflect additional fiscal support in some large economies. The anticipated vaccine driven recovery in the second half of two thousand twenty one and the knowing adoption of economic activity in the face of mobility restrictions. As we move out we get to be out of spain and that moves the economy forward

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Tesla's Berlin Gigafactory to Be Delayed Another 6 Months

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

02:02 min | 2 d ago

Tesla's Berlin Gigafactory to Be Delayed Another 6 Months

"Everybody rob our here and today. We've got quite a few rumors through we've been hearing most this weekend about delays for gigabyte. We'll talk about that situation. You've got a handful of exciting rumors as well another. Snp inclusion for tesla news on giga austin and a couple other stories to discuss quick look at the stock start off the week tesla today finishing down three and a half percent amidst some of those rumors about giga berlian. Closing at six hundred eighty. Four dollars ninety cents that compared to the nasdaq which was down half a percent on the day or at so capturing the most attention this weekend has been the report from automobile. Voca in germany. They claim to have an exclusive report that tesla has delayed gigabyte saying quote the start of series production tests. New gigafactory and bruneta near berlin has been delayed by six months until the end of january twenty twenty. Two tesla. boss elon. Musk officially gave the team half a year. More reports automobile voca citing company circles and quote. So this then got picked up kind of all over the place. We had bloomberg report on this market. Watch report on this et cetera. And this of course follows the news that we discussed last week. That tesla had adjusted their approval. Permit application to include battery production as we discussed in that episode that may cause further delays. Because the permit may need to then go through the public feedback process again. And we've already seen tesla their dismay with your approval process. How it's been going so far before even these adjustments so i say that because a delay overall wouldn't be all that surprising a delay until the end of january twenty twenty two would be a little bit more than i would expect though and we did hear tesla give us an update on this in their most recent shareholder letter from q. On earnings where they said. The build out of giga berlin is continuing to move forward with production and deliveries remaining on track. For late two thousand twenty one machinery for paint stamping castings et cetera. Continues to be moved into the building. In the meantime we will continue to increase import volumes to europe. And so this was just last week. They're saying late twenty twenty one and we also saw them simultaneously. Update the design studio time line for delivery for ottawa in germany from previously sang production mid twenty twenty one two deliveries and twenty twenty one.

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Daphne Zohar on Biotech Entrepreneurship

The Long Run

01:46 min | 2 d ago

Daphne Zohar on Biotech Entrepreneurship

"Zohar welcomes the long run. Anklet so daphne you started pure tek. How many years ago rose about two thousand five. That we reese first-round financing arm. It was really a very interesting journey. We built ertak by bootstrapping. Happy you more about that. Well yes so. Tell me from the beginning. What drew you to biotech in the first place. And how did you come about the idea to start. Pure tech is so. I've always been really interested in entrepreneurship. I started in companies. When i was in high school. I studied entrepreneurship new venture creation at northeastern Mostly because they had a coop program that enabled me to start companies while i was in school So i've always really been interested in offer for nurse ship and i became interested in this sort of interface between academic breakthroughs academic discovery and how those gatt advanced. What is daphne. Can we re just a little. What what kind of companies. Why did you start there at northeastern and what was your like proverbial first job. Well when one company i started this is sort of one company i started was a olive oil company Another one was a veterinary products company. and i think as an entrepreneur and the things that she is when you're an entrepreneur. You're doing everything you can to move forward the idea that sort of like terminator. You're just gonna keep going to make things work.

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The Pandemic Is Taking Its Toll on Health Care Workers

Short Wave

01:56 min | 3 d ago

The Pandemic Is Taking Its Toll on Health Care Workers

"A year ago when the pandemic hit the united states took to argue even solid was working. As a researcher stanford university solace is a surgeon but wasn't practicing medicine at the time but seeing the need for doctors in new york city flew there in april of last year to volunteer her time at hospital. Working in the icu. Now remember spring of two thousand twenty. It was still the early days of the pandemic and new york was the first city in the united states to be hit so hard all my feelings and thoughts were by far by the people. Dying wasn't much in terms of treatment for covid. Nineteen at the time and the number of people getting hospitalized and dying was climbing fast almost every day for almost every patient. I'm calling saying there is no improvement and maybe things are worse right from the start of the pandemic healthcare workers have stepped up beyond what many of them were trained to do so to say that this past year has been stressful for them is an understatement for me. I think it's mostly been anxiety. I think that i've had Definitely tendencies toward depression. And i have seen a therapist in the last six months or so. A recent poll by the kaiser family foundation and the washington post found that about six in ten healthcare workers a struggling with mental health issues as a result of the stress of the pandemic more than half say they're burnt out which is a response to chronic stress at work. One of the things that has come out of my time in the icu has been a need for more connection with people. I think when we see people dying every day We need some reassurance that that there is

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Who Has the World's Busiest Airport?

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

02:02 min | 4 d ago

Who Has the World's Busiest Airport?

"After more than two decades. Oh by the way this is sent him by lieutenant. Lieutenant colonel jeff. The other captain jeff. Good looking one There's a new world could look. Well you gotta try to build them up as much as we can. Here's a new worlds busiest airport. And then he he writes and says sorry jeff here no longer number one more weren't weren't more science. Well you know jeff your number one in my book. I'm sorry that i'm not your number one anymore. Oh he's talking about the airport. I and really honestly. I don't care but let's continue with this nice news article after more than two decades. There's a new worlds busiest airport and it is one. In china the gaungzhou guangzhou. I would say grind zhao guangzhou. Okay i i'm not i haven't been told but that's why i think we're all deferring to liz. How two different Pronunciation than mine and yours was different from both of ours and we're going to have to lean it's lean apparently when no that was another show. You're getting taste. Yeah well you know we never you know. Fifty percent of the time. We get the pronunciation right in. I think that we're going to have to defer to nick on this one. Guang guang shall guangchao. Is that what you said. Nick a guangzhou going there. We go was the world's busiest airport back in twenty twenty two the year of covid according to preliminary figures from airports council international Let's see seven of the world's top. Ten busiest airports in two thousand twenty were in china while seven of the ten while. The former world's busiest airport hartsfield jackson atlanta international airport in the united states fell the number two in the rankings. After twenty two consecutive years at the top spot

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Flying to New Zealand in 2021

AFF on AIR Podcast

02:07 min | 5 d ago

Flying to New Zealand in 2021

"Get i am welcome to episode fifty nine of af on its saturday. The first of may two thousand and twenty one. The trans tasman travel bubble between his trailer. New zealand is now well and truly arcton and thousands of these have already flipped to new zealand. Take advantage of it in this episode. Chatou alan land from netwave travel about the bible. And what you need tonight before travelling. Td's alienated the mainland. Also coming up how you can claim back. The gs on items eve boy in australia before leading the country for example to new zealand through the tourist refund scheme. And what happens to your frequent flier points after you die that and more is on the way but first let's begin as always with a roundup of the latest alien and frequent flyer news from the past fortnight. Firstly qantas says it has now fixed. What appears to have been a widespread problem that so customers with canceled. Classic flight were bookings for multiple passengers only receiving a refund for one passenger in response to questions from sterling. Frequent flyer quanta said that it had identified a temporary issue affecting some moti passenger bookings which has now been fixed but some sterling frequent-flyer members say that they've still experienced this issue in recent weeks. Is that if you have requested a refund for booking with multiple passages over the past few months from quantity might just want to double check that you have received in full. And if you haven't you might want to call qantas to get it rectified. Speaking of refunds if members have also discovered that if you're still waiting for refund of a cash fa or tax component of an award booking from qantas. You can call after eight weeks and the coal santa stop should then be able to process your refund on the spot. But only if you've already been waiting for at least eight weeks. Most destroy state borders have now reopened to travelers from perth and the peo- regions of western australia. After the city's three lockdown ended last. Monday night most states as well as new zealand had removed. Temporary restrictions added on arrivals from perth by the middle of this week and salvage tralee removed its remaining restrictions yesterday afternoon at the time of recording. Victoria is the only state which hasn't yet removed over

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The Wrongful Conviction Of Joseph Webster

Latino USA

01:34 min | 6 d ago

The Wrongful Conviction Of Joseph Webster

"It was april of two thousand and five and joseph webster had been sitting in tennessee state. Prison for nearly three years. He was serving a thirteen year sentence for selling cocaine. Joseph said he had a chance to go up for parole. He was hoping to go home early. He was twenty six years old at the time and then things took a drastic turn. Joseph was notified. He was being charged with the murder of a man. Named leroy owens someone that he said he had never met in tennessee. That meant he was facing a life sentence or even the death penalty would stay doing heartbreak on family. They will buy cheese perfectly covault and eighties again. I have leery. Owens was skilled in november nineteen ninety eight when joseph was just nineteen years old several years before he went to prison for selling drugs. Leroy's murder was brutal. He was beaten over the head with a cinderblock several times. The case remained unsolved for seven years. The moment after hearing the news is a blurred joseph. Not only was he not going to go home. He now had to prepare for trial behind bars. He thought of his three young sons and his mom. Marie burns who had been waiting patiently for his release. You know he called me so mama they trying to say keo some bad as a about us. Judson ju is added. Do it is added not do that.

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Steve Wilson from QCode Media

New Media Show

02:43 min | 6 d ago

Steve Wilson from QCode Media

"We should do is just let steve tells about q code beginning and then we'll drag him back to premium podcasting topic. So why don't you give us the four one one on what you're doing over your code. What will share. Thanks guys So yeah i code I'm chief strategy. Officer code really specializes in immersive scripted. Fiction podcast so these are fully sound design scripted shows that often have you know amazing stories ayla celebrity talent and are produced in a really high technical level We mix master at dolby. Atmos and do some really cool things in the audio for listeners. Who haven't experienced fiction before these are shows that kind of hearkens back to the old radio days You know war. The world's is an apt analogy to what people are familiar with. But rather than using the sort of old techniques of production coconuts and wash words and those kinds of things. These are producer really high level and an amazing listening experience. Something that really is a great addition to everyone's like diverse podcast listening experience actions in trying to do something a little bit different. You know prior to joining code. I spent a long time at apple. where i did editorial partner relations and marketing on apple podcasts. Before that i actually still worked in podcasts but in apple's education group where i worked on. It jew which was a you know an educational podcasting platform with college courses and lectures and those kinds of things as well. That's all been folded into the apple. Podcasts platform now that the whole educational side. I mean how important i- i'm just curious. How important is the educational side to to apple. As far as working with the universities. I know back then. They're working pretty closely with like stanford and a lot of the big big colleges. Is that still going on you. Know yeah i mean look. I wanted to obviously be really careful and all of our conversation to make it clear like i'm not. I'm not speaking on apple behalf. And so i ask How important is it. It's it's hard for me. Sort of provide that kind of answer. But you know what. I would just say as you know what was exciting about. It you in the project that they had there it was. It was a project that really saw the opportunity and mobile learning the very early days. So this this project started back in two thousand and six. I wanna say it was not too long after podcasting itself really started and it was the result of you know apple and duke university thinking about how the ipod the original ipod could be used in mobile learning.

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"two thousand" Discussed on Science Friction

Science Friction

04:54 min | 5 months ago

"two thousand" Discussed on Science Friction

"Human rights activists shrine siro is talking about the twenty six year civil war between tamils and sinhalese buddhists. The war ended in two thousand and nine but sri lankans a still dealing with deep scars and in the aftermath. Many trying to rebuild their lives on mannar island which is a unique place for another important raisin who needs a unique place in the biodiversity point of view this fun of the key bethlen ecosystems in the central asian flyway evolutionary ecologist and ornithologist. Dr sampath senator aetna from the university of colombo the central asian. Flyway he mentions. It's like a massive highway for the world's migratory birds it reaches from as far as northern russia all the way to sri lanka up to a million birds fly thousands of kilometers south along this route every year to get to mannar island where they breed feed and rest during the winter. It's one of the final stops on an epic journey ways. Studying the waterbirds might've birds in mena. You can actually study this global advance of change. The ginger in global you know migrate roads and then the sri lanka and birds the welds. Migratory birds are being dramatically affected by climate change land clearing and other human activities. Scientists like some path k. to understanding how it's multifaceted approach so the mennonite good for that. Some has a research station on mannar island. It's famous for. Its large flocks of flamingos. But he's especially interested in the rare birds that visit the island spoon. Billed sandpiper one of the rarest birds in the world and one of the most iconic species that are in the verge of extinction right now and then you have this bird call crab blow large about the size of chicken. Black invite bird nicknamed the panda of the bird world. They also endangered then injured. Because the anyway they beat in arab peninsula and they come in small groups to keep remembering going and bird watching with my father. Human rights activists streams the raw grew up on mannar island and some of her earliest childhood. Memories are of massive flocks of birds visiting her hometown. Let me go early morning. Like four o'clock and then he would hide sanga and don't make noise and solely watching them coming and landing in the colds areas and then catching fish are taking off as a fuel. Would you grew covering the entire sky. That's something i i see. Remember manner islands wetlands. A so important that it's phone call a bird. Sanctuary is protected by the sri lankan government under the international wetlands agreement called the ram sot convention the islands known for other flora and fauna. To in the see you got do gongs and wales and on land. It's famous for its ancient baobab trees early days of playing with donkeys small ones and then climbing up there bob trees and all that miami's but trained soro's childhood memories also reflect the islands daca history. She was in her mid teens. When the war began between the majority sinhalese sri lankan military and the tamil tigers all ltte militant separatists fighting for an independent hindi tamil homeland and warning graphic scenes of war ahead forming increase pressures on the government to attack the northern jaffna peninsula which is occupied by the tamil guerrillas but the government is reluctant. Do so because hundreds of innocent tamil video would die. We used to be released if the atrocities that the the lankan me too would come meet particularly arrest. Arbitrary arrests disappearance rape <hes>. So as a child my mother used to make a boy but blues went safe during the war. Either in the morning i would steep my own classmates voice from the other brother scolding killed and mutilated at the same chime. Also i watched indian peacekeepers who came to sri lanka to keep peace started fighting and were killed those baobab tree. She climbed in as a child will wear the indian peacekeeping or piquet. Soldiers met their death at the hands of tamil fighters. I talked very fondly about baobab trees. But i have seen those of heads being cut fan nine puts on those baobab trees around the trees and also nowadays go a that. Emory came often

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"two thousand" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

12:04 min | 1 year ago

"two thousand" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"He's either in prison going to prison on trial or something has gone gone awry because the president uses you then throws way once. He's gotten what he needs guys clip from sixty minutes to kind of debunked a little bit of the conspiracy theories that the president many of his allies have been Essentially propagating for some time. Now Watch this. Are there any links to your knowledge between crowd strike and anyone in Ukraine? Not did crowd strike. Ever send any of the. Dnc's computer hardware Ukraine. No that that is that is insane and that is not within the realm of reality. The Russians are very good. It's these fake stories that they have propagated and that's what they do. They do it pretty well. We have to be on guard against that right. So those are the types of fake stories. That Rudy Giuliani is trying to feed to the Department of Justice. And you'd think that they'd turn general but like hey we're not gonna have any of this. We're GONNA stick to the facts. Now he's saying we have an intake process for any information rudy. Giuliani gathers force in the field to take on board. I mean why do you think William Bar is even entertaining these conspiracy theories because the president of the United States is telling him to do so that is his friend and that someone who still thinks can get information on his adversaries. We know that he's highly paranoid. We know that he doesn't trust many people so this is something that he is telling bar to to follow through whatever sent it is no matter. How ridiculous and we know that. We've we've observed this president for several decades now in the media so we know his tells when he repeats things he says some people say we know that he can make things up literally out of thin air but make himself believe it. So that's what that's bars charge. And the sad thing is you have as Vince was saying faithful employees who have dedicated themselves to the United States Constitution and the United States public. Who then have to work under a man who's following the breadcrumbs other president and his sort of paranoid fantasies. Vince speaking of people who are supposed to be loyal to the constitution they're reports of the president is trying to or a top aide to the prison. Trying to reveal the name of the person who wrote that anonymous op-ed that warned against the president in the same way that many of the president's allies have tried to oust or out the whistle blower in all of the impeachment. The Ukraine impeachment stuff. Do you think president trump is going through a list of names that he considers his enemies and going after them. Yes I do. And it's a big long list and it changes in every day. If something happens on twitter or somebody says something the wrong way he goes after them and Nixon did that as well. I mean he was a little bit more stealth about it than than trump. Here's here's what we need to think number one. Is that any time that we're in a situation where there is no protection for whistle blower. That is calling out really bad problematic illegal activity. We are in trouble as a democracy anytime that we have an attorney general establishment that would rather put people stuff on blast and prosecute them than to protect them. We're in trouble the other anytime. We have a attorney. General that was reinvestigating. A range of things it that the Department of Justice already done. We are in enormous trouble with in this country and it does all come from president. Trump's wishes otherwise a person with integrity in bars position would have would have never taken that job to begin with and once confronted with these things would publicly and ceremoniously resigning say I totally. Don't stand for this Vince. Warren thank you so much Christine grier. We're going to talk to you again. Just a little bit too far away. Stick around coming up. Federal prosecutors seeking new witnesses as they investigate Rudy Giuliani plus Michael Bloomberg getting called out by his Democratic rival for trying to hide behind his TV ads and his money and lawmakers demanding answers over taxpayer. Money GOING STRAIGHT INTO DONALD TRUMP'S POCKET. I'm in marketing in Ferrari Melbourne. You're watching the beat on MSNBC HYBRID. When it's Chris Matthews this week on my podcast so you want to be president. I talk with Pulitzer Prize. Winning historian Jon Meacham and former Merlin Congresswoman Donna Edwards about winning campaigns. That make on the spot calls that put candidates on the right side of history search for a wannabe president. Wherever you're listening right now and subscribe new signs of trouble for Rudy Giuliani because even Astros DOJ admits it's taking rudy's dirt on Biden. New report suggests the investigation into Rudy. Himself is now heating up with the Washington. Post reporting that federal prosecutors. Here in New York have been contacting witnesses and looking for additional documents in the Rudy probe since the impeachment trial began wrapping up including interviewing one witness just last week. That story came as CNN. Reports that prosecutors are considering new charges against Giuliani's associate left parnis related to a company that paid rudy. Half a million dollars not sure for what exactly all of it setting up a strange dynamic trump's DOJ looking into rudy's activities even though as his attorney general confirmed last week the DOJ is also evaluating tips. That Rudy is submitting about the. Biden's the DOJ has the obligation to have an open door to anybody Who Wish is to provide us information that that they think is relevant. We had established a an intake process in the field So that Any information coming in about Ukraine could be carefully scrutinized by the Department of that is true for all information that comes to the department relating to the Ukraine including anything. Mr Giuliani might provide. We'd be now for. Us Attorney Carolinian back with us is former federal prosecutor. John Fallon flannery. Excuse me who used to work with Rudy. Giuliani Carolina. Begin with you. Believe there is new life to the investigation into Rudy. And just suggested there you had the attorney general saying hey. We're willing to take information from Rudy Giuliani though. He does not comment on the fact that he is also part of an investigation. Yeah I know that's necessarily new life to the investigation. I think southern district of New York's. Us Attorney's office has been doing what what they should do. I think we knew back in October. That Rudy Giuliani had gotten five hundred thousand dollars from the company that love food and Ran Ironically enough called fraud guarantee but but I think the much more interesting question to me is. Why DOES BILL BAR HAVE TO SET UP Have to set up this separate intake unit out of the district the western district of Pennsylvania in Pittsburgh because although there are times when attorney general's we'll say we're going to use a US attorney's office to look into something because we don't want people thinking there's a conflict of interest here. At main justice. John Durham in Connecticut is looking into a lot of the FBI's activities for example. Here you already have a district. The Southern District of New York that is really looking into these activities in Ukraine And parnasse and firm and and Giuliani and why move part of this intake information to Pittsburgh it. It's it's that's a little troubling to me and I think a question for bill bar would be Why aren't why? Don't you have faith in the southern district of New York to take on both investigations? John The Washington Post suggesting that prosecutors took new steps as the impeachment probe was winding down. Do you think or would they have scale things back during the trial? I don't know why they've been comatose based on the public reports this period of time Those of us who do trial work wonder why when Rudy waved his hand and said in this telephone. I have everything that anybody could ever want to know about this. And he came back on her about. I think the number the eighth and there was a New York magazine article describing him coming back and he had several phones with them. Why aren't those phones being investigated? Why haven't they been seized with a search warrant or whatever was necessary The the problem here is the Justice Department has an identity crisis on the one hand in a battleground state. They set up a transfer of the information that perhaps is the investigation. They couldn't get Dolinsky to do in Ukraine. And they're going to do it here in Pittsburgh and at the same time the fellow that they're taking this information who is not just like anybody off. The street is supposedly under investigation in the southern district of New York. Where Rudy Giuliani's partner is the current? Us Attorney and this guy is the lawyer for the President. We have to wonder if eager and lead or not going to be the ones that end up in the catbird seat when additional charges are brought. And what will happen with Rudy? And I don't know that we have any protection against the overweening ambition of the president and our to secure re election so we we have to watch and see now. I'm a veteran of the southern district of New York called the sovereign district of New York with a history of independence. And I don't think we know enough to know whether or not there under the thumb of Bar and that this division isn't a calculation to Credit Giuliani for now disclosing what terrible things have with the Biden's and offsetting whatever prosecution or investigation. There might be New York. Let Me Carol play for you. What trump had to say about Giuliani just last week? Was it strange? This and Rudy Giuliani to Ukraine. Personal lawyer you sorry you did that. Not at all rudy was a great crimefighter. You know that may be better than anybody. So how could prosecutors use this information? That trump now admits rudy was working on his behalf. Just another sorry just another. I'm sorry Carol another yeah. This is just another example of how the president doesn't understand. I mean he just doesn't understand the lines between what people do in their capacity as as government employees engage in public service. And what they do For the president personally. And and you can't conflate those two roles people who are in public service have something above and beyond The president's own personal interests that is just something that the president does not understand but that does not excuse his conduct. And and and we're those to conflate There are going to be problems so so you know bill bar. His responsibility is to look at those two things separately. He is not persuaded people that he's he's able to do that. All Right Carol. Lam John Flannery. Thank you both for joining us. This hour still ahead. Democrats go on the attack against Michael Bloomberg are they scared of his surge that when we are back in thirty seconds. Bloomberg was sixty. Two billion dollars can buy every ad he wants. Pretty can't in fact wipe away his record on everything from dealing with. Stop and Frisk to his foreign policy assertions in the light that was Joe Biden. Slamming Michael Bloomberg's record in an interview with Nicole Wallace earlier today. Bloomberg's Democratic rival rivals are on ch all sharpening their attacks as he continues to rise in national polls sixty billion dollars can buy a lot of advertising but it can erase record Bloomberg or anybody else..

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"two thousand" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

12:05 min | 1 year ago

"two thousand" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"General from two thousand. Doj veterans also. New Questions for Bernie Sanders and Michael Bloomberg ahead of the next primary battle in new signs of activity in the criminal. Probe into Rudy Giuliani. But we begin this hour with that backlash against Attorney General Bill Bar after he intervened in the case against trump associate roger stone more than two thousand former justice. Department officials are now demanding. He resigned in a signed letter the former federal prosecutors and other top ranking DOD officials. Right that no one should be given special treatment in a criminal prosecution because they are close political ally of the president and warning governments. That that use excuse me that used their power to punish enemies or reward. Their allies are autocracies now inside the department career prosecutors growing increasingly worried about all of this the New York Times reporting that many wondering whether trump was undermining the department's treasured reputation for upholding the law. And whether bar was able or willing to protect it now as House. Democrats grapple with whether to launch new investigations into trump over his alleged abuse of power. The White House is playing defense. I don't think that it's impossible to this job. In fact I think that attorney general bars doing a great job because a lot of confidence inside the White House. The president is states has not asked or directed his attorney general privately to do anything in any criminal matter including largest owners. It's different now. Meanwhile other trump defenders are trying to say the program. Or excuse me. The problem isn't with the substance of trump's actions. It's just his use of social media. Does the president have a right to tweet about a case? Of course just because you can sing though doesn't mean you should sing. This is a case where tweeting. This would not cause brain damage so late this afternoon. Former vice president Joe Biden telling my colleague Nicole Wallace. That bar helped facilitate the greatest abusive power he has ever seen. This has been most of the greatest abuse of power. I have ever seen at the hands of this president who has no no since decency your understanding of the constitution bars of facilitating. It is beyond my comprehension. No president has ever intimidated in general attorney general abusing power as much as this man has died. So let's start with two people who have signed that letter former. Us Attorney Barbara mcquade and former federal prosecutor. John Flannery let me begin with you if I can Barbara. First of all. Why was it important for you to lend your name to this letter? Well I I wanted to show support for the four career. Prosecutors who were involved in this case file their sentencing memo recommending sentencing guidelines. Were overruled the next day. By the Department of Justice. Three of them withdrew from the case. One resigned from the Justice Department. I wanted to show support for them for doing their jobs. I also wanted to just ask William Bar to step up and be a leader to lead the department. He has famously said. He's not so he's not so concerned about his own reputation because everybody dies well. He also has a duty to represent the reputation of the Department of Justice. And we hope that even though everybody dies the reputation of the Justice Department will endure and John. Same question to you. Why did you feel it was important for you to sign this letter as well? Well I think there are so many data points on how bar is not interested in just us except for Mr Trump and his conciliatory. And so I I am somewhat less charitable that we could ever hope bar to reform his ways. I'm not sure we'll ever have criminal. Justice while bar is the head of the Department of Justice because he will do the bidding of the president and in this particular case. The one that they're concerned about is a mirror of what he was just impeached for because the underlying charge. That isn't discussed enough. Is the interference in our election by stone and the second part is obstructing the investigation by the Intelligence Committee of this interference and coercing and threatening witnesses and lying such that they never got to the answers that the We were able to find afterwards. So this is it seems like the president wants to do that. In this case and in Flynn to evaporate the allegations of misconduct by using his power to silence and diminish and perhaps eliminate these allegations and. I think that the letter was critical. Not just to give to those in the Justice Department who must emulate the actions of these four prosecutors who resisted the effort to interfere in the sentencing procedure. But in the other ones that will come up. I mean what's going to happen in the Flynn case. What's going to happen in New York? What's going to happen in Pittsburgh? This is a critical time. And we have a I think a constitutional crisis because who would a prosecutor Goto above him to correct this not shea. Who was bars person? Not Bar not trump so they have no no recourse except to resign and call them out on it so. I think that's that's the problem right now. Barbara let me get your thoughts on something here. Which is as we have been reporting on this. The four prosecutors involved in the Roger Stone case essentially resigned on mass after this came out that the Department of Justice was withdrawing their sentence recommendation to the court. Do you get a sense that. I'm sure you're probably still in touch with a lot of your former colleagues but you have a pulse on the morale within the Department of Justice. Do think we're at a tipping point for the Department of Justice and its employees under Attorney General Bill Bar. It's hard to know it's a huge department. Eleven thousand employees. It's hard to know what they all feel. But it reminds me a little bit of what was going on in the George W Bush administration just before a Gonzales resigned. You may recall that was in relation to the fire in the US attorneys. And you heard a lot of grumbling within an outside the Department of Justice. And I believe what finally calls? Alberto Gonzales to resign was that he felt he could no longer lead effectively. He had lost the confidence of the people within the Justice Department. And so I think that this letter and that kind of dynamic could be something that Causes William Bar to resign John. The letter calls for Department of Justice Employees. To be prepared report future abuses refuse to carry out directives inconsistent with their oaths of office and withdrawal publicly resigned if if necessary. What message are you trying to send? Do you think those employees the not necessarily all eleven thousand but certainly some of the key federal prosecutors at the very highest level of it would he'd that call. I would hope so. And you know the kind of person who becomes a prosecutor goes to the Justice Department really does believe in the law and there's nothing like the crises of today to understand that lesson and the fact that these four stood up as another example of the Patriots that we have in our government who prepared to take risks and to risk the income to do the right thing and so. I think that this is a message throughout the department. I think that bar will sit. There planted it in his seat as long as trump wants him. There and I believe they're recent Kabuki theatre of him finding it impossible to work. If trump is going to tell the world what misconduct they're perpetrating. On the American people was just that theater bed theater reality. Tv but of the worst kind because it's in defiance of the rule of law and the Constitution and treating all people equally in our justice system. None of which happens with these guys when it comes close to getting reelected to pursuing their power into the next administration if they can pull it off all right Barbara mcquade. Thank you very much John. We're going to see you again a little bit later on in this show. Let's now. Vince worn executive director of the Center for Constitutional Rights and Christina greer political science professor at Fordham University. Great to have both of you with us. So I'm curious to get your thoughts Christina first of all when you kind of look at this to step bands at Donald Trump and William bar doing together. One Hand William Bars saying like. Hey you know what? I can't be influenced. That's what he said during his confirmation hearing takes great pride in trying to be or project independence from the White House but at the same time. Say Hey the president's tweets they're making it impossible for me to do my job. What do you think they're what's the message? They're trying to send your well. I think the message that the president is sending is that I own everyone. I owned The Senate. I owned the DOJ and the Supreme Court. We have to remember two things. One when senator? Kamala Harris was Interviewing Bloomberg during the Senate confirmation hearings he did a lot of what my grandmother would call op dubbing and she has some very direct questions and he couldn't give her a straight answer as to whether or not anyone inside the White House ever instructed grappling with your word of suggesting like not missing the point completely exactly or are you missing the point and then the second is that you know. The president pushed out jeff sessions because he wasn't enough of a wacky weed. We didn't know that the bar could go any lower the A. R. And now we're seeing with this new attorney general that he is essentially pledged his loyalty to the president and he has no control over his department but he jephson he will not leave until the president is down with him and we know that the president sort of views as people and then he decides that he's done with them so the the whole theater of why wish. I could do my job but the tweeting we know that this president uses social media at his own will and everyone else has to adjust to all the illegal things that he likes to say so she gets to that point about social media. Do you buy this argument. That people like Kellyanne Conway and Senator Kennedy. Some of the president's defenders coming on like he has a right to tweet he's tweeting. He's not an in her. Exact words is the president. Didn't say anything to William Bar privately. And she emphasized that word privately a little bit to say you know what he's reading the tweets that's up to him. That's not up to the president. Yeah no I don't buy it it's a Lotta Baloney and what's really interesting. Is that if you really. If you listen to how much people are now talking administration. They're talking about rights. The president's right he's tweeting about his right to do whatever the heck he wants and he's got a wreck to tweet and rights are not really. What's that issue here? What we're talking about is what is appropriate behavior so that the system can be at least viewed you know. Pass the laugh test. Everybody knows that that whether or not bar got a direct message from DONALD TRUMP. He got the message just like Christina said before he even got that job that you could not take that job unless you were doing the president's bidding and he did he's pledged fealty to the president over the United States over the Department of Justice over the rule of law. That is one hundred percent clear. And there's no tweeting or or or or may accompany or crying in your soup on ABC. That's going to change that plus and it is extraordinary. That prosecutors have now called for the current prosecutors to resist. That does not happen. I know a lot of the people that are on that list. These are people who believe in the rule of law that they understand what makes government work and for them to be calling for folks to yet. If you see something say something if you resist and don't move forward anything that you think is inconsistent with your duties. And if you can't do any of those things then resigned that tells you a lot about what the legal establishment thinks about what this administration is doing to the ruling. You can't help but wonder if attorney general bill bars looking at what happened to jeff sessions and saying. I don't want anything. I don't want my career my reputation. Everyone has their time woodshed with this practice. We saw. How Jeff sessions couldn't advocate fast enough to be at the feet of the president and we see everyone who surrounded by this president..

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"two thousand" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

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"two thousand" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

"And I was like, okay. Was no, that was really into biking around the city which is so chic. So dangerous jar city bike or like, are you did you rent or own? I had gone through a break up and I was like, this Beykal fix me actually did bike for a whole year and I fell invincible, but my debit carbon always fly out on my fanny pack. This real, yeah. I feel like biking to really get into it. You have to like build up by houses because I will last time I biked was not pretty my but looked so good because I was like at that point eating and drinking a lot of because I was biking all the time. I just looked right. You have to, you have to load up on the carbs. The bike was stolen and my fellow six inches. Okay. A couple more. The concept of inbox. Zero new. Thank you. Are you not committed? Are you one of those people? Who are your phone says you have like ten thousand emails and the opposite of that person. I actually am very type. Pay and I like to have zero, but it's impossible. There's always one from twenty sixteen. You're like, all right. You know what I mean? Okay. One more bed skirts. Do you have a personal thing against bed skirt? What the fuck is the best girl. Like why does your bed? What is this 'gendering of my bed or another skirt should be gendered, but I just don't know why you need a bed skirt. But also I'm someone who literally doesn't have a bed frame or a Finnish sheet. So I, what do I know? I imagine my mattresses on the floor with a loose sheet. So sad. I'm twenty six. Oh. Was that like personal choice or at some point you're like, I just don't need this while my bed broke, not in a sexy way. It just like collapse from the jumping on like my the weight of my body, and I was like, I really going to new bed and have to move it again if I move and. I start crying, right, very overwhelming. Skirts? I don't have one, sadly I used to. Yeah, mostly as a child, of course, the child, right, but I did have it when I moved to New York because I had this like metal contraption that I had in Chicago. When I moved to New York, I got a u haul truck and like bra ov my stuff, but I was still sleeping and like a full sized bed in my mom, literally sent me with instructions on how to duct tape the pieces of metal back together. And so I had to have a skirt because there's too much like you were hiding. There was too much hardware hanging out under my bed. I had to cover sometimes you have to have Iskar, but I get the concerns real end on that note, where can you strong out strong. To Perfect. get one. Burial worker producer, Matt. Where can people find you and your work? I will be honored if people could follow me on Twitter and Instagram at cat. See Coen. So it CAT c. c. o. I know I'm trying to get at cat Cohen. Teenage girl who's literally last tweeted in two thousand nine. I never use this. Her account police call me checkout or it's a guy thing is doing a special summer show industry city as part of the bell house summer series on August thirtieth. And lastly, subscribe to my new podcast, seek treatment, just thank you. Thank you. All right. We're almost there were almost at the end of the show, but I are chasers. Chasers are the good stuff that helps all the bad shit go down berry. Do you have a chaser? I do have one, but it's one that you're gonna make fun of me. I'll always make fun of you. I this week. There's something that I buy a lot and I realized you could make pretty easily. And so I made it. I made granola. Your love granola, and it's really good, and it makes a lot and it did not take a long time and every morning I poured into my yogurt and I'm just like, I did this. This is the fruit of my Libor. And yeah, it's made me really happy and continues to make me happy as I eat it every morning. Thank you so much. Thank you also happy birthday. Thanks chaser if you're listening to this, my birthday was last week, and if you wish me a happy birthday, you can go, fuck yourself, stop listening to this right now. Delete my podcast off your phone. Please keep subscribing, and.

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"two thousand" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

"Great. I know it's crazy, but it's just I never went to the gym until it was a place that I thought was nice to go to. And I know that's my privilege talking. You give me a towel soaked and eucalyptus oil. I'm gonna go. I don't know. I haven't been convinced. I feel like every time I walked past it equinoxes I feel like I'm walking past is just like a church. Like in my like my like a suburban church wherever like not really welcome. But I I know it'd be accepted like they would. They would let me NFL asked when I was scared. I thought it would only be like super hot models, but it's actually not. It's so diverse. God, I can't believe what my life's become. Your brand now? Equinoxes Centric. I know it's brand is making fun of stuff that I love. What's your other look though? Oh, my other look is probably like about to go to bed like gym shorts. That's what I wear them for. And like one of many graphic tees that I've amass that are all like from college, like college promo shirts? Yes. Do you favorite a favorite shirt? T shirt? Yeah. I don't know. I like cycle through so many of them. Yeah, and they're like the morning. I'm like, this is disgusting. I slept and Phil. My boyfriend don't interrupt by boyfriend drop. This like yellow shirt with Bart Simpson on it. That is barely. It's Mick made of paper. It's about fall apart, and I sleep in constantly. I used to have when I was a kid. I used to sleep in the same shirt and it had a whole, like in the near the nipple and one morning, my mom was like that shirt needs to go in the garbage, and she reached and put her finger in the nipple hole and ripped it off. And I started sobbing. So buck. You mom, that's traumatic? Yeah. What was the shirt that you love? Someone? I don't even remember. I think it was like, if if I remember correctly, it was from vis like marathon. I used to wear only the shirt to bed like Winnie the Pooh, and we would have company over, you know, when you have company over and I would do somersaults in the middle of the living room just like way the Pooh, my fucking little kid butthole out. I one time went to my friend's house in a Winnie the Pooh and his mom call. My mom was like, she's too old. Pants on you were like fifteen. We're falling out. I don't know. Like five, that's young enough. I don't remember, but it is like, yeah, once you start doing backflips. Well, that's, I'm sorry. First of all, I meant to pause and ask, why were you doing gymnastics in the middle of the living room? I don't know that my just energy. Pent-up ever the entertainer from day one. I've always been very physical comedian, right? That's why don't have to go to quit actually, too. So physically active and my just stay today life. Right. So we're running out of time. We have a. We have a game in quotes that we call bowl of shit talk, which is a bunch of random topics, and we just talk shit about them. You have to find something bad to say based on what I'm skimming, I think it is based on your tweets, losing your debit card. To actually chic. I did it five times in one year I, there was a moment in college where I was very drunk the night, Whitney, Houston died and we went out to this gay club in Chicago, and we were about to get on the train, and there was an ATM right there, and my friend was like the card reader is gone. There's like no place to put the card in. I walked into the up to the machine and it was like here it is you fucking idiot and just like shoved my car into a gaping hole in the machine. And you could hear it like clink to the bottom and that was when I lost my debit card. Well, I'm sorry for your double on first Houston in. Come on. Dealing with those two losses, right. Trying to find love amidst tragedy. Net flicks. Anyway, what's it was you're losing your debit card story as dramatic as that? No, you just lost it every fucking day in my life for a year..

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"two thousand" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

"Poses. You like going to events? Yeah. Like events dressing up. I like outfits. Okay. Anywhere I can wear that right. Any any place to showcase what you've got going look look gotta. No, not really. Mostly because I only have like two looks. I can walk me through your there needs to be like a laundry cycle at some point between events. My luck's are this, which is jeans. Shockingly not a plant shirt usually like two pairs of spanks underneath. I've like a whole spanks routine mostly that I wear spanks and they're very expensive day-to-day perform when I have to go in front of people, and it's always shocking because it's like this is after spanks. Like this is what's banks to after the fact. I n spanks for men. It's like seventy five dollars for a single shirt. Yeah, I don't feel sympathy for that because it's just like, welcome. That's true. Drop the things I do on looking good, but it's true. It's like, yeah, yeah, I've spanks before, but now I've just would have let it go. Well, you go to equinox. Might trade office. I don't go to equinox, but I spent seventy five dollars per spanks. God. I wish going equinoxes meant that I didn't need space. The mostly I go there to steam in shower. Okay, sure. I was listening to you. The episode of loss country says that you're on, which I realize was like a year ago, and I'm glad that year. Love affair with equinoxes continues strong effort. Actually, I just recorded a new episode of last call street says, if you weeks ago with them in which I sing a song all about equinoxes. It. Let's literally is it's getting stronger and stronger. Even had a kid, then he's kids. At the kiss cabs..

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"two thousand" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

"It's so much sugar. I think that's also I eat it before bed. So it doesn't. Then I don't sleep, and then I wake up and I'm like, yeah, okay. Also, Tony, the tiger most fuck -able mascot for him. Jab can I say, don't even more bed because I just was googling. Thank you. My fans middling like how to knock it acid reflux, verse result. It was so funny. The quilt literally said, try putting your fork down between bite. And don't eat before bed. I'm like, okay, drag me the hut that's aggressive. Just try it. I don't know the last time I've put my forecast between bites ever. Why would you know there's food in front of me? I put it down when it's gone to work out, lifting the fork picking the fork up, which is the same thing as lifting. It's a lot. It's. Honestly, I'm the same way I need to get rid of my acid reflux before bed. Isn't dairy supposed to be like the attacker of acid reflux? Yes. The internet says that which I obviously trust that sometimes much milk get interesting. Give you more. I didn't know that. That's my problem. Do you drink normal milk or like nut milk? I'm back on a normal milk kick. Okay. Do you know what I have dinner last night peanut butter and jelly, and I literally go out loud to no one. This is the best meal I've ever had. Honestly, it's a solid meal. Do you drink milk with pizza? No. Are you off? Are you trying to please. Let me out of the studio. I need to ask every person this now just to see who I don't anymore. But I did when I was a kid and I thought it was amazing. It was still bliss. I got that leader of pure coke like no dial, right, right. I thought you were talking about. The child always had go king s wrinkles lines and some pepperoni. That's what's in those things at the pizza shop, right. When you shake it on your pizza, your just pure yet. Mexican cocaine. I don't know. I.

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"two thousand" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

"My guests complainer today is Katherine Cohen. Writer singer stand up comedian, Catherine hosts a weekly show at Alan Cummings east village cabaret as well as the monthly variety show is the guy thing hailing from Brooklyn. New York Katharine was named one of time out New York's five comedians who watch in twenty eighteen. Please welcome. Katherine Cohen, my God, laying it so. Thicke intro I die melt for that. It's all true, right. Well, I'm hailing from Texas. That's right. That's right. That's right. Re like in the past hour, I did hail from Brooklyn New York to another spot in Brooklyn, New York. What part of Texas are you from from Houston? Yeah, I've been. Do you love. Anyway, we like to kind of kick it off by asking everybody. What is one thing? You hate that everybody else loves this summer. Everybody else. Love it allowed. This allowed can hate the summer. I know it's just like my thighs, they rub everything sweats. I'm swollen from a head to toe picture this gorgeous woman just swollen the loaded being rolled down the subway line. This podcast, this particular episode, we're kind of delving into like two thousand pop culture era. It was time. What was to thousands, Katherine Cohen, like like two thousand three. Two thousand three. So I was what just born. It was basically all about the Spice Girls. I was so chubby by the way, if you were not chubby as a child, like don't even come near me like, you don't understand anything. You're basically brain dead. You can't grow as a person if you didn't grow as a child grow too much. Verse two pictures. I, there's literally like, you know, every area school pictures, and there's like in my scrapbook you can tell the year I got fat, and it was just like one really skinny year. Then the next year like no frontier with and also like fifty extra pounds funny that year. Yep, we had to. I had to grow my armor and I did. I did along with layer of like sour cream and. I have just say like the sun's completely insane, but I had a sour cream and onion chip for the first time in a while in June, and it was like, this tastes really good. Now July. But I love love it. Stayed with you. In Tennessee in June, and someone had to be bag of chips. And it was like, this is good to me. Right? I don't know. Chips are so weird to me like I actually agree. Do you ever just like go to the store like by now? It's always just something that you like end up with you go to someone's house and I'm like all stand by these tips for forty five minutes until I can't even taste my tongue. You don't even you rub your tongue raw from eating shit. I do that a lot with serial. Now. Syria is another thing that I feel like the older I get the less importance that has in the people's lives. Like around me, it's still has the same importance to me, but like everybody around me is like not talking about serial as much. Can I tell you something? Yes, I was in London. Feting abroad. Thank you so brave. When I spent thirteen US dollars on a box of cinnamon toast crunch, you have to had to that. I mean, was it actually cinnamon toast crunch British cinema, like American brand, delicious. What's your favorite cereal. CT crunch is is up there. Lately, I love frosted flakes but this is I need to talk to my fake doctor about this. I have this weird theory that frosted flakes gives me anxiety and it doesn't make any sense food, but I feel like it fucks me up like emotionally when I eat frosted flakes maybe it's like that..

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"two thousand" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

"Tobey Maguire never not heard of since what else. We let Johnny Depp continue to happen. Thanks a lot. Pirates of the care of bean that entire franchise should have been about Orlando, bloom size in Orlando, bloom size, only. Fuck your nightly. Fuck Johnny. Depp. I just remember this. I had the most most two thousand day ever the day. I saw pirates of the Caribbean telling because I saw it in the theater. I is ni PG thirteen movie. Ooh, I didn't know that. And that night I went to see American idol live with my family. Wow. That is an incredible day in history. Yeah. Next, let's see. What else? The Davinci code had all the secrets. That's a mistake. That's your favorite book of all time. Definitely. I remember reading that was like, whoa, next judge. Our banks was the landlord judger banks was not that big of a deal. Everybody acted like jar jar banks fucking lake was the iceberg that sunk Star Wars, and it wasn't Queen Lomb league. Dala was also I was charged our banks for Halloween one year also, which was like the most aided Star Wars character. I was like, I wanna be him. The funniest picture will have to post it is of me and you could just see my eyes. Peering out through charger brings us knows because I've worked skin as my face. Let's see. We lady Gaga turned me gay, which wasn't really a mistake so much as like a colossal event with huge potentially damaging consequences. So that's on her. We let Grey's anatomy star and now it will outlive all of us at the end of days. It's just gonna be cockroaches tumbleweeds and the entire cast of Grey's anatomy doing surgery in the middle of a wasteland. And finally, we're going to end on v two thousand nine. I'm a let you finish scandal, which wasn't a mistake per se because Khania was right. We don't give him enough credit in this moment for being right was a dick to Taylor swift. Yes. Have we forgotten that that scandal was about beyond say, yes, that scandal was about beyond beyond saints, responsible for the greatest scandal of all time. And I'm sick of this. Racer single eighties was the greatest video of all time and fucking Taylor swift one that shit. No, if Kanye didn't storm the stage, everybody else should have. If you Janet, you're complicit. I would have if I were there, but I wasn't because I'm not allowed within fifty feet of beyond say. And that's it. We let the two thousand scope by of these mistakes were made. We'll never be able to forget them. And we must not forget them for they are part of us. Next, we got Katherine Cohen coming up for an interview and game. Stay tuned..

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"two thousand" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

"Of Nelly Furtado's. I'm like a bird only to find out you download at the instrumental version. Avatar set on possibly high standards for how fuck -able aliens are. We watched that in AP bio public schools. I feel like did I max exists before avatar? Yes, because spy kids, three d oh yes, kids what? Another two thousand classic. Do you know who is in spy kids? Three d tweeted thing. No one cared Antonio Mendez Elijah wood and Selena Gomez. Park girl. Yeah, Elijah wood was the guy. I do have a point about him actually, please. Which was that basically Frodo was Ray Moore, fuck -able than we gave him credit for. Amen. Fro was a sex symbol a who's a two thousand six simple. Next we gave birth to Shrek and now there's no going back. We collectively birth that monster at now. He belongs to all of us. Also mouth. I love so much. I re washed it recently. One holds up to way more disgusting than I remembered. Yeah. Also, I also rewatch because I feel like it's on net flicks now. That makes sense. And the graphics are not that good. There. There's this clip of Cameron d. as watching the behind the scenes of Shrek and she's like the when I first saw I was blown away by how realistic it was. Also noted voice actress, Cameron Diaz. Tobey Maguire was the hottest Spiderman, and we let him die. R. a. p..

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"two thousand" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

"My jam for like the years, two thousand to like now. Next super size be tried to steer me away from eating fast food like anybody, the Aleutian, that McDonald's food and not just something that I shoved down my throat when I'm depressed. Now I can't get a bucket of French fries because some weak ass with video camera decided a shame Donald's because his body shutdown after thirty day of course, it shut down after thirty days you white trash looking mother fucker. That movie is to blame for McDonald's salad. So thanks a lot Morgan spurlock mistake. Let's see. I feel like secures hips, probably lied at least a little bit and like making a blanket statement like my hips don't lie like they never lie. That's a, that's a fucking lie. What your hips can look me in the face until me. They lie shook era. I remember it. I was like, very, very hurt. When I heard that she curious said an anti-semitic thing where she called all Jews pinks, and then it wasn't real. It was weird. Like rumor that someone spread about her early took out of not out of context. There's no out of context for that. It was a weird thing, but I remember being like, I can't listen to secure any. More because she hates Jews. She doesn't also her MTV. Cribs was one of my all time favorites. I oh yeah. What a show on is not a mistake, a mistake. Canceling canceling MTV. Cribs was a mistake. I feel like I blame to thousands reality television for setting expectations too high about what television could achieve because we've been like living in a whole ever since next guitar, hero birth, a generation of Bros. thinking that they actually can play guitar. You can't. You can strum a tiny button. I was great. I could tar here though. Next we let Napster die. And now children will never know the pain of having to wait three hours to download half.

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"two thousand" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

"Five percent of my childhood in just in pure minutes was waiting for Ryan Seacrest comeback from a commercial break, and I'm sick of it. Speaking of which we failed Ruben stuttered, and we are all to blame for it. We are all guilty of leading Ruben stuttered die metaphorically. Okay, probably not. I'm never quite sure because I feel like he hasn't been seen in public since at least two thousand four. But you sorry for it. I did belong to a broken home. And by that I mean, my mom supported Klay ache in an I supported Ruben stuttered. And we used to outvote one another every night because I had no luck. I would come home from like Catholic school. Because I had like after school Catholic classes on Wednesday nights, and I would come home from learning how to be a proper sin Louis boy. And then I would be my gay a self by phoning repeatedly. For Ruben stuttered by mother was convinced that click and was her third son because he looked like us when we were younger and his autobiography is one of the only book she's ever read. I don't even think you she's finished my book, but she red clay and Spock and book. Anyway. Next Harry Potter was allowed to continue existing even though it was satanic and the pope condemned it, and now billions of children around the world's are evil. Thanks a lot. Harry Potter jury member. The Catholic church was like, do not read Harry Potter. I remember that I wanted to watch Harry Potter at one of my birthday party on talking about the book. No, I know. I know, but I wanted. Go. Watch Harry Potter at one of my birthday parties, and one of my friends wasn't allowed to because of Magic. it. The real, all these rumors that were like there was all of these like hidden messages in Harry Potter. And if you like Gwen to page like six, six, six, they would say like a message hidden and it's all true. It's all true. If you read Harry Potter backwards, it says j. k. Rowling love Satan. Next rusted tips. We really let a bunch of men up a bunch of our most esteemed sex symbols, walk around looking like the fucking little animated, mini wheat on the frosted mini wheats blocks. We let that happen and I'm sick of it. I'm not even gonna get started on whatever pan-fried noodle situation was happening on the top of Justin timberlake's head. Honestly, looking at pictures of Justin Timberlake from like two thousand and two just makes me hungry because his head looks delicious. Also, we never demanded that the backstreet boy is an end seeing have a giant gay orgy. Yeah, that's insane. What's the point of having to competing boy bands? If we're not going to force them to have a big old orgy together, fuck it out. That's what I always say. There's no better way to decide a competition. Eight, true. Mash up bene-, fuck it out. We gave Perez Hilton a national platform Paris Hilton was basically the mayor of like half of America for like half a decade. Also, Nicole Richie who is now an accomplished actress in Paris. Hilton is what living on top of a pet cemetery, full of Chihuahua bones. Let's see what else. I spent like half of the two thousands. I wasted like half of the two thousands, trying to figure out what the fuck was happening on lost. I'm still confused by lost. I had all the DVD's and I watched it. I spent thousands thousands of dollars on those DVD's. That's what upset me about kids kids these days. They'll never understand. Oh, don't you just power your net flicks and your who-who. And I had to spend thousands of dollars on ten seasons of friends. What else? Lizzy McGuire, never fucked. Gordo loved that show so much..

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"two thousand" Discussed on My Brother, My Brother And Me

My Brother, My Brother And Me

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand" Discussed on My Brother, My Brother And Me

"But people at home if you're looking for more fun i just guessed it on a couple podcast that are gonna become announcing a amman an upcoming episode of can i pay your dog upcoming episode uh where i returned for an episode of bunker is uh i just guested stayed on a video this can become now on gatt redone dhs a youtube channel but i also just did and observe good christian fine weyrich is such a great podcast yes very integration fund right now i can't recommended enough if you've ever heard gilmore guys uh kevin porter from gilmore guys and his friend caroline are hosting a good chris you've it's a review show of christian pop culture that neither glorifies christianity nor makes fun of it uh but just had on about like why they why they made the things that they made just there's a bible man episode with your name on it but booed nice uh see are also coming up very soon what did you do on your episode uh we did a said mcginn me called twister and shaluff yes yes is very fine and the griffin adjusted one episode to leave the door open for you to come on and discuss other mcgann me episodes thank you on that but yeah also coming up in a well eleven days from today at teresa and i are going to beat san francisco sketch fast i'm performing in a couple shows one friday night one saturday night but then we're doing manners on sunday the 14th in the afternoon and you can find out all the details about that at s f sketch fest dot com and ramseyer right again we're joined the joko crews which is coming up middle of february feburary eighteen through 25th uh we're going to be doing shriners there as well just like a bunch of other random things in my dad's gonna be there and yes can be good time if you wanna come check that out i think it's going to be an absolute blast not only if i never been on juncker's before i've never been on a cruise before so i'm super excited to an ira to find out about that joko crews dot com j o c o cruise dot com and i say thinks everybody who.

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"two thousand" Discussed on My Brother, My Brother And Me

My Brother, My Brother And Me

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand" Discussed on My Brother, My Brother And Me

"Think it's possible let me suggests this you can't just skip brow halfway out of a sentence when you do not have been in the threatens talking about circumventing airport security i and other there are places where you can like the arab places in airports where you can like rent lazily it's like a tiny hotel room for like an hour to nap in what are you talking of this is the thing yes i every airport yeah they all micro hotels in the airport i think maybe just like a locker in there i if that exists i can do that that's what the american airlines admirals club is like if i went into the ad if i ever got behind this glistening doors but i just find dozens of duct tape underwear to the wall for for the original nameless the american airlines clean but experience why don't you go to shoeshine go shoeshine supplement honda descending to keep something here and then the you'll be arrested agha career i think there's some of the to this that because i think you could make this like a form jio cashing words like tailored appraise leaves to unveil all traffic is i hadn't even considered the the active you know take a penny need a penny right like you open up an app on your phone and it is like our dini fresh sox cool twenty feet dear rial down that alley all it would take is one and i don't wanna get too blue here but bad apple who put some may be less than clean stuff in there and then it's the it spoils the bunch one bad apple if you will i mean you put literally a bad rotten apple in the bag of dead drop underwear in its none of its going to be wearable well that is the thing like it's no matter how good you are hiding this stuff it's always going to be a risk if you start counting on it yes where it's just like you know.

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"two thousand" Discussed on My Brother, My Brother And Me

My Brother, My Brother And Me

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand" Discussed on My Brother, My Brother And Me

"Peach one is a fanny so a woman confused about is why powell eggplant got picked for this and not the hot dog did he ever do me a vote i don't remember voting the hardtalk emoji just a loose hot dog or is it not in the book on a blind but i mean it's you get the idea i would have thought it'd be banana or or alcom the problem is how dark come up in conversation all the time on very rarely talking about eggplant but i can't have a conversation about ballparks snacks now where like i'm at people say when i go to the gaming get a penis oh yeah i guess a context us help fair but denied that i guess you don't really use the word eggplant as much as you use haudong in as may unless you live in like italy and were they eat those dang or purple guys all dang timing you think over there people to our text and just like your why are you talking to your own mumbai dick and it's like now it's about dinner tonight because we are eating and eggplant parmesan it would also probably be a problem if you like year there's a huge fan of captain in and you're just like constantly clear rice travis what's wrong what what has it's just you've you've you've that's a very obscure reference my boy i would like to go back in time now i watch the captain and cartoons and think of king eggplant what was the planet plant was head client wizard is the penis yeah as a representative excuse me as a metaphor for pena's i've actually from kid eker s which i gave when you think look at it that way an angel just.

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"two thousand" Discussed on My Brother, My Brother And Me

My Brother, My Brother And Me

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand" Discussed on My Brother, My Brother And Me

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