15 Burst results for "Weihan"
"weihan" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol
"I tried to learn for about ten years trying and failing trying and failing and feeling like you know myself. Esteem was on the floor. Because what was wrong with me. I've got no willpower. You think it's some some personality traits. Because i was ashamed of my drinking really are having a problem because i was saying with people including my husband actually who could just have one or two glasses of wine and forget tino finishing the r- bring another one. You know the weihan. I be like that. But because i was ashamed bill. I didn't really see any help to the i obviously been doing this for awhile. It says so obvious to me. The community is everything and connection is the opposite of addiction. Basically lonely miserable life if you try and do it on your own. I think so. I had to agree. Just reach out the first. Hell the first step really isn't it. It's it's to accept that you've got a problem and then reach out and get some help and i think that's the holiday spirit once you've done that then practical stuff isn't practical tips like getting through difficult times. Oh one hundred percent. I mean the it you can call that the first step but it is such a monumental leaf in shift because even even i've seen it i mean i've seen it with friends to because there's even the leap of like admitting like you have a problem and then there's like. Are you going to do something about it. Because so many people i mean they. They're stuck in number two like they're like i have a problem. And it's this like but i'm not gonna act yet. I'm not going to change anything yet. And it going going through those admitting of from and then being willing to change from there it's just learning what works for you and it's it's trial and failure but it once once you were on the path of proactively working on it like it is it. is the long road up but it is uphill from there..
"weihan" Discussed on Mike Drop
"Is there a three by five card standard or what it's Yeah we we'll do drills like that with with shop placement type stuff. But if we're doing house runs its keep them in a body in the body and head don't you nascar's and if you do i mean what What's pretty significant if you shoot a hostage on driver in late nineties one with through before nine. Eleven you are. The national nationalist force deb was hostile rescue. That's world were there. In case something happens in a balloon goes up with four hours reacting and go save the world so we train heavily on fast. Seek put at risk. Get the hostage and take them all so we if we shot something. That wasn't a bad guy. It was pretty stringent. Guys you get your ass in the hannity like if it happens twice your kicked out kind of thing or i don't know if there was a specific number on it because you kind of way everything if you repeatedly mess up you're going to be carrying too heavy shit your a sledge. Don't touch a button gun without getting into the actual tactics. How big a difference was there. Tactically between what you've done seal team foresee. Qb wise now. What you were doing that The at that time ninety s probably the biggest aspect would be the speed the speed and the complexity of the targets. Now we're us. We didn't explosions explosive stuff at reaching in at t four but it wasn't like a every single damage around through people blowing chicken hall when you're welcome pass you know you've got to keep your head on swivel because there's no slow down you know if the store lot you take that we're moving on probably the speed and complexity where the where the biggest because changes in terms of of nine eleven when that hit where. You're at up in sermon timeline. Leisure brighton balls. Deepening for We were actually on standby so september tenth. We went and did Backs he rides with f eighteen guys across the road next morning. We come in as a sniper shot at this point after doing a few years in all side just doing our own daily workout over there lifting weights in the gym guys come in and like hey come on back over. The wreckage jackson's gone by the time we walk in shack. The second plane hit beepers going off phones. Going off is like shit. Something's going on. Yeah s office right there on weihan call and what. What was the next few days few weeks like for you dip point. We were just turning burning bags already. Packers roster by cleaning guns double-check and batteries double check and everything because we had no clue what the nation was an access to do. Everybody had a big question mark point so it was about a week or so like that and then Respond some guys to go do some af..
"weihan" Discussed on The Daily
"How long have you been coming here to this pantry. About two months of six months last we take him in. that said. may i ask how old you are. i'm fourteen fourteen. At how long have you been coming to this food pantry. I'll say a few months. Basically because my mom she worked at a nursing home and my dad he used to be like a food vendor so we had no source of income so we had to resort to your very hopeful and we heard this kind of stuff from nearly everybody that they started coming only in the past few months and they had to come because of job losses due to the pandemic. I'll work for the hotel housekeeper looking at dunkin donuts. I sing opera. I work that. So i talk to department. How did you feel coming to the pantries to thurston. Nafe is slow. The press legrand. Eric gordon food equal. Are we working thirty years in the company working. So i said oh my god please do not just hop your name natasha. Matassa and how old are you decastro to. When did you start coming. So when the covid nineteen stars. That's that's one. We started coming because my husband has lost his job. And i have two kids. What does your husband living. Yeah and it was very very hard for us. Because before i would think that food pantries is something like you where people go there homeless people but i didn't know that we as a family we would be ever in need. What did you in your kitchen or whether dramatically in your kitchen before we were able to could. We could go to the store at any time. we want. We buy any kind of snacks for the kids to have lots of vegetables. Fruits lot of whole brain parts died all this and my older ones for few was used to going to the store with us. Buying whatever he wants so it was It was not easy task to explain to him. That like right now. We're just not able to do that. But slowly slowly he understands and now whenever we go to the store. He's like okay. How much is this. And how much is this. Can we afford that. He talked about smith's for your kids. What have you not been able to give them bad you could before. Your husband lost his job fruit. So what's your favorite fruit favorite food. So they really like cancel. They really like cantaloupe and watermelon. And that's what. I like to the watermelon and cantaloupe only. Look what time did you dip your today. All feeds eight thirty. And how long have you been coming to the panshir. Oh this is the first time i'm coming here. Are this the first time. yes i heard. This is a hollow place and muslim. And i i'd like to come here to get like allows for our older you. I'm tony five and Are you working right now. I actually work in a burger king and there. There are open right now but i am really scared to go there because i like old parents to take care of and i'm living in a one bedroom apartment so i don't have place to quarantine for them so so it's really hard time for us. I don't know how i say. The word like actually like. I'm a poor person right now out of money. I never thought about it. Because i thought like. Us's our dream place where i can leave my life. I mean if it's not like wearing a mask then. I would never come. I think because of the musk thing. It's i feel like I can protect my identity like no one can see me. I can get come here and get. What would you be afraid of if you if you weren't wearing a mask. Why why not come. Because like maybe my neighbor or maybe someone see me. And i don't wanna i don't wanna be in the situation that get free foods because i can work but this is the nightmare for us but actually i didn't know like there will be a long line so so yeah i feel like now i feel like i'm not alone like that. So my name is stella. What's her name. Maria maria and may i ask how old you are twenty eight and I see that you have one on the way. How many months are you Seven and a half seven and a half almost there and you're carrying so many bags right now and what made you first start coming to the pantry Because i lost my job. I was working on the daycare. I mean we have to eat. And i'm a single mother and Breakneck than i said on my guy do so it was horrible for me is supposed to have twins five for this virus and i lost my job so it was like the pressed on everything so i lost one bad it so it was difficult when i was much better then and this is how a lot you know what you're a girl. Yeah you have a name yet yes. It's a yeah oh weihan. Ah it's a mexican name. It's a our hour so a means gift.
"weihan" Discussed on The Moratorium
"In in the early nineties but I don't think he's seeing anything out of those Weihan. Because his eyeliner is real weird like if he's supposed to be talking to somebody. Like. Me Turn into like. Marty Feldman's is like monks Kinda wondering like Cosby's is how that one just kind of looks off to the side. Anyway, he looks creepy a super creepy it is. Like I said jarring it yeah. It's pretty intense there. There's actually a number, forty, three and imdb he's mix of class of nineteen, ninety nine. Yeah those ice ice blue or white even contacts that he's wearing. Yeah. With the over. Fox hairpiece or whatever he's got but he's still got the dark eyebrows and the mustache at least he has a mustache..
"weihan" Discussed on H-sana
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"weihan" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand
"Path and purpose and fun places around the world and this is is is the history of two thousand twenty. You're going to France and Italy or was that twenty nine hundred so this year rule. Nice okay did go in two thousand eighteen. But we're GONNA get into cleaned all right. Awesome and Gloria like so many of us has had to overcome a lot of versity in her life and she continues to trust in higher power and be guided by her face and her goal is to help others in their heart center messages of hope and inspiration to the world that desperately needs healing by helping you become a published author. And that's actually how I met this wonderful woman because friend of mine had written a chapter for a book that Gloria also has written a chapter four but she spearheaded this book that we've also had some of the authors on the podcast. It's called women's standing strong together and I just loved it Barrett is there is low very good. She's she's a smart marketer marketer. To you've gotta be able to as right let people see it. It is now on sale on Amazon. And it's a bestseller also. Also congratulations for that. You think you should tell me a little bit about I how did this idea come to you about doing this compilation. which saw these wonderful women that you were able to together? Where did that come from sure? You know it's interesting that you know each new year. We set goals or make resolutions. I I don't visions and intentions out there and you just never know how they're going to show up and it was actually about five years years ago in a dream that God came to me. Tell me about a lining collaborating with some women to raise the divine feminine anxiousness on his will. It took took five years. Actually bring it to this point but it still to me. I never dreamt although on author and have written books I never dreamt of doing a collaborative Labrador's thing that I would publish the came as a message and it happened in my now partner. The graphic graphic design. We both have gone up to Canada. I had a speaking engagement. And she lives up that on the borderline as you want to join me. And she said yes and one night I was sleeping and I just blurted out something and she woke up into. What did you say it said? God wants us to write. Write a book called Women's standing strong together and in so here we honor. Wow that's amazing. That's amazing so you've you've mentioned that you are an offer to so what what Types of books. Have you written them in. Has that always been calling for you to to to be an offer you know when I look back at my entire soul blueprint my life. I have been writing since about ten years old In High School I was award. Winning scholarships everything literary editor. But I never saw as being my career because you know it. It just was not something that women were directed to do back in those days in ages and then my on my holistic center and even prior I wrote for newspapers magazines in a holistic magazines. Sasha magazines all though it's a waste there was always. There didn't see that it would turn into this. You know and so my previous books I've written. I'm almost a health coach Do that for years so I wrote a book on getting sorry to a healthy lifestyle for those of you in the twenty twenty th simple. This is what I did easy recipes but then I had a book you know when I was in Hawaii when I spent the time in Hawaii in far that talks. About why and how I got there in my own eat. Pray Love Journey. I it and I learned a lot about their culture in the ancient ways. Let's do their teachings if not all they're not in writing it's a verbal handing handing down of knowledge if people kept asking me to write about it write about it in the night went in honored their system and got permission. And I think there's eight other of the Hawaiian teachers that contributed to both ends of the Rainbow. And that's a book about their healing modality but it's not just the massage like most people think it's really about the lifestyle and then a few years ago I published you aboard. Love living a life purpose which correlates with Mike Coaching Program. Although people buy it on Amazon Amazon and they use it and they love it because it gives them simple chosen steps in guidance. It goes deeper when you're coaching with me. And I also did a book with my granddaughter. Komo a long time ago just for fun Kylie's adventures which is on Amazon. So it's just been you know it's been my outlet. It's he's been my connection. God Rights Rue. It's been my deep feelings and emotions. You know so you always been there. That's very cool. Yeah I I can relate. I know looking back on my life as well is that yeah I was always ready. Muniz started from like pen pal letters as a kid and then use ladders pursue either personal or for my kid's schools. I was a writer for television. Show news program so yeah writing has always there. Yeah Yeah it's amazing. What are the cause? Why started making those lists to like you just did neither wrote curriculum for massage school? Several of them across the United States. Do you realized how engaged involved you know. It's like we talk about listening to intuition channing guidance and stuff but sometimes we limited and we'd put it the box we only do certainly mouth until one day boom absolutely well. I'm glad that you mentioned intuition because that was where I was going to go next. So thank you for. That has been something that you've always been aware of. Because I know for me I I've really been paying attention into my intuition. Only really I would say in the last four years for many years it was more like. Oh I wish. I wish I'd listened to that Voice of my hat was always doing that now. I'm being more proactive about got so how. How has that been for us? That's always been outweigh even as a child that got made fun of actually and certain stage. You kinda suppress it. In Hide it casino people will judge. You think you're crazy or a witch or whatever ads. I got into my early twenties. I just went back into honoring. Who Weihan and it just began to grow in? It's something that I also teach in how people solve their own doubt around that because we all have intuition. There's mother's intuition right right. I there's those moments beget. There's ceilings as emotional feelings about people and places it's like sometimes feeling about somebody in my Gosh I should they okay in off the couple phone or email them or something and yes. Something's going on so I have honored these gifts and I always say I give gratitude two for all the gifts I have and all the calm and that also enhances it now. Do you said that you work work with people in coaching people. What to what do people typically come to you for help with is is it something like they may be? They are feeling maybe they. They have some sort of gift but they don't know how to deal with that or or is it just. It's really funny because that's not where it starts out but that usually is a part of it you know. Most people come to me for coaching because they want a life change. They know that they're missing something in their life or their they wanNA Better Korea Korea or they're depressed or they're unhappy in relationships so it's always kind of like I want something new indifference and it starts really learning about yourself. You know learning about you know what you really love and do you love yourself and then it doesn't bob over time because the one program is twelve weeks weeks it doesn't involve tapping into those inner senses because if we don't tap into them we're gonNA miss some of these key components that actually align and attract the things is that you desiring in life council away and especially. I think if we're unconscious about that then we wind up attracting the things into our life that we don't necessarily they want to learn those lessons times as I'm sure you have yours ago. Got Thirty years ago Bob Proctor. Some people may know who he is he was one of my mentors have paid a lot of money for that midden. I went and did another mentoring with him. A little over ten years ago did another around with him for a year and then recently I saw him at an event world's greatest motivators which is actually going to be aired on cable. TV soon it was that reminder. Mind your again of that mindset with there was something I learned as we talk about the law of attraction in why we don't get things so this is a simple tip. It's just not comprehendible baby simple but applying you know it really takes mastering your mind what you want to attract. Let's say right and it's is out here okay out here somewhere. You're trying so hard and you're taking all these steps like when people do goals right. And they wonder why they don't reach their goals and that it feels like something passed them by not aligned with it and the reason not aligned with because they usually don't believe they can have it for a while they come enclosed within the doubt. It's going to happen and they just miss it and so it really is working. That muscle brain is a muscle. It's working that muscle to to align that frequency in on still learning how to you know I do need absolutely have to because there's some days sometimes I'm great and I am in alignment and something happens in category a little off kilter and then it's like Trying to find that to get back into the groove again and yeah exactly and it doesn't take much sometimes to just drop you down another woman. That does these videos on facebook. Peggy McCall and and she actually trade with Bob proctor. And she's always got these things now. People are asking. What if that happened? Did you like. That's why you need affirmations everywhere. You need to have different in things around. That remind you so one of the things. I actually have put on the pages of my new calendars. My success is absolutely guarantee this was when things change so that if you are putting these goals out there you're setting that intention he tone yourself that so that when you're having a bad moments I went to an earlier age hottest. You know it's like okay. Remind yourself my success is absolutely guaranteed in anything else that will help you. I love that. That's that's awesome.
"weihan" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Title. Says this report starts out with a pretty accurate summary of what's going on video and then it cuts to a reporter in DC. So here the reporter says it's obvious that this telephone call with Ukrainian President Lansky was a pretense an excuse to impeach impeach trump and that the so called whistle blower was an instrument to harm the president. Charles says this is pretty typical impeachment coverage for Russian state TV. Okay last stop on our world news tour South Korea. I went there because they recently impeach their own president popcorn. Hey in two thousand seventeen and actually removed her from office so I figured maybe there'd be an interest in the American impeachment process to find out. I called up reporter Jason. Strother insult Hello Hey Jason. It's Sarah. How late is it there? It's just shy of one a. m. your good man Jason your good man. So is trump and impeachment being covered in South Korea. No I just looking at all the headlines. Here in South Korea The impeachment. What's going on back in the? US It just. It doesn't rise to the top not with North Korea threatening missile tests. So there you have it it it turns out. We're not the center of the universe. Now if you'll excuse me I'm going back to watching impeachment coverage for the world. I'm Sarah Birnbaum impeachment around the world is not one size fits all the. US Constitution says impeachment is triggered by high crimes and misdemeanors other countries are more flexible in Honduras. For example the president can be impeached for negligence in ability or incompetence then there's this scenario in the. US President trump could be impeached but not removed from office. That would not happen in South Korea. Where impeachment triggers an election within sixty days and of course? There's the parliamentary system of government in Britain. The prime minister has to reckon with members of parliament. Who can call a vote of no confidence? We saw that plot last winter when Prime Minister Theresa may survived a no confidence vote only to step down on later in the year. So all of this goes to say the American way is not the only way William Taylor. You'll remember him from last month's impeachment testimony honey as the top US diplomat in Ukraine. He was a key witness during the public hearings. I wrote that withholding security systems in exchange for help with the domestic political. The campaign in the United States would be crazy. I believe that then and I believe it now. Taylor came out of retirement last spring to lead. US diplomatic efforts in Ukraine after president trump recall the US ambassador. Marie Ivanovich now Taylor is reported to be leaving his temporary posts in Kiev in just two weeks. The post of ambassador to Ukraine has never been more controversial. And it's a role that our guest Steven Pifer knows. Well he was the US ambassador to Ukraine from Nineteen Ninety eight to two thousand and Ambassador were keen to know what Taylor's departure might mean for Ukraine for the US and for relations between the two. What he thinks? Well let me start out by saying I think that the fundamentals of American American policy towards Ukraine are going to continue. That won't change. And there's also a very capable deputy chief of Mission Christina Connecticut the embassy and so she will become the shortly after ambassador. Taylor departs but symbolically. It's not good. We won't have somebody on the ground in cave ambassadorial title and the State Department. It should have been able to prepare for this. They knew when they appointed ambassador Taylor that he was limited by law to how long he could bleed and cave and and although there's been talk that there's a retired army general in line to be the next ambassador Ukraine the department could and should have pushed his paperwork right through to get him nominated. It'd be for ambassador. Taylor departed so until this exceptional year How would you characterize? US relations with Ukraine. Like what are the fundamentals on mantles of the relationship. The relationship goes back to the nineteen nineties in the sense that there's an American objected to see Ukraine develop a stable independent independent democratic state with robust market economy and growing links with the West. And that really has been the guide star for American relations with Ukraine over the past twenty five years and unfortunately since Russia launched its aggression against Ukraine by seizing Crimea in twenty fourteen and then provoking and continuing this conflict in Dunbarton eastern Ukraine. A big part of American policy has been to bolster Ukraine's ability to stand up to Russia. So what have been the big fluctuations situations in US policy. What most wars you? The question is for the last two and a half years. Does the president support this policy and this has always is led to a degree of nervousness in Keiv they see a support of US policy but they see indications that the president may disagree with it in terms of for example his outreach to Russia when he talks to Putin it doesn't seem like he pushes back against Russian aggression in Ukraine and he still encourages a his private motor Rudy Giuliani Juliani. Who has just in key ten days ago to go on this wild goose chase looking were jerked on A potential rival Mr Trump in twenty twenty there. There are some genetics though. From what you're saying from the Obama Administration that still continue. What would you single out from? Trump's overall approach with Ukraine. That you think has been good or productive. The relationship well there has actually been. I think. Some enhancements of where the Obama decision was growing so for example there have been additional sanctions applied against Russia for aggression aggression against Ukraine over the last two and a half years and in one notable change is the trump administration did agree to provide lethal military assistance in the form Burma Anti Armor missiles to the Ukrainians. So that's been a positive development in the relationship but again there's a lot of continuity there. The question just is in key. Is the president fully on board with that policy and that creates nervousness. As does what's happened in the last three months in Washington with the question of impeachment Steven Pifer I former ambassador to Ukraine. Also a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution. Thank you for your time. Thank you for having me. You're listening to the world. I'm Marco Werman you're with the world picture this you're in an unfamiliar place with strict rules that you don't always understand. There are flashing lights. Loud music strange smells plus people are zipping all around. You was suitcases hurrying to catch their flights for people with autism. Airports can feel overwhelming and one airport in the UK is trying to change that. Here's Brenda Salinas. Eleven Year Old Ryan Cook is the official junior autism ambassador at London's Gatwick Airport. He's about to take off onto beanbag chair. A Ryan is playing with his family in a sensory room in the airport that that can accommodate eight people. It's a specially designed player area with soft furniture and soothing toys like this interactive screen scene where he can make fireworks. Maria Cook is Ryan's mom I wouldn't change him for the world but I changed the world for him and you know if these wonderful guys here at Gatwick us. What we're doing one Ryan was three? He had a bad experience at airport. Airport security runs. Nate's not recognize at the time and it really did Unravel into court and unpleasant experience for for the staff and for us because wrong. Ron couldn't understand what was going on this whole security search side of things it's very invasive. You know and he didn't understand why he needed to touch it. Didn't understand wise five toys. Were being taken away from him before Ryan was born. Maria used to work as a security officer at Gatwick so she knows how important it is but she. She thought she could work with the airport to design a more compassionate system for people like Ryan get done and let me help. Walk us through the Weihan. Now we can get the search by using a we who's particularly process you know if rank and see the MOMS being tickled and his toys being tickled. Then we take a Ryan Ryan and that's how we got through it. Maria talked to her former colleagues and she inspired the airport to reexamine how it supports. Passengers with hidden disabilities disabilities such as autism and dementia. Jack Big Allstone. Silk is Gatwick accessibility manager. We have statistics suggest as many as consent of the UK population of air travel because of disability. The airport created special lanes for people who need more time to get through security and in two thousand sixteen. It started giving passengers with hidden disabilities the option of wearing greenland yards with some flowers around their necks key messages that our staff are trained to notice these ninetieths recognized and see what they can do. Offer their help to the person's wearing the lineage. Last last year Gatwick became one of the first airports in the world to open a sensory room. There are also ones in Pittsburgh Atlanta and in Ireland more more than fifteen hundred passengers have used one in Gatwick in the last six months. The UK's national autistic society says it's seen an uptick in businesses like like supermarkets and football clubs building sensory rooms but development manager Daniel Katie says what really makes the difference is staff training. The fundamental part of all of this work is understanding staff training. And they've been working on this and they have been spreading that understanding throughout the stove network and then they've introduced the lanyard when Ryan is traveling through the airport. Now all the special accommodations help decrease his anxiety. It helps us family start their holidays on a relaxed note. A hidden disability assistance program is basically giving people. They're human rights back you know. Why shouldn't people be? I would go on holiday so this assistance program is enabling people to do got a regular activity that so many other people take for granted yet up until now I would never have been detained yet. Wake is encouraging other airports and in public places to recognize the Sun Fatherland Yard as a universal symbol so that passengers with hidden disabilities and their families can have Easier journeys the whole way through Ryan is ready to move on for the world. Brenda Salinas Gatwick. Airport one more airport note in Lithuania. The Vilnius Airport unveiled a special holiday tree this year. It's covered scissors box. Cutters lighters and blades confiscated items from passengers at security. There's even a fake gun attached to a single bullet an airport spokesperson. Says if you don't want your belongings to wind up on next year's tree check out the baggage requirements before doing you're packing. We've got an Arctic blast coming to Boston down.
"weihan" Discussed on Daily Racing Form
"Welcome back to out of the gate. Let's throw up the field for one of three stakes races at accurate on Saturday. This the Artie Schiller stakes race number. Eight hundred fifty thousand dollars purse. We're going one MILE ON TURF for expanded stakes previews of many of the major races all weekend long visit video dot dot com or the daily racing form Youtube Channel. There is a lot of speed on display in this race. Doctor Edgar Voodoo stall Do Abiding Star. It looks like it's going to set up for closer Sir and our colleague. David Aragona thinks he's found the right one. This already. Szilard academic is really all about the pace situation. Because it's almost hard to believe that this field could stay stay together as it's been drawn without some scratches because there are four horses in this race. Who are real need delete types and they're gonNA hook up on the front end and something asked to give or maybe one of them's GonNa come now but It seems like there's got to be fast paced in this race as long as the field holds together. And that's just GONNA set it up for one of the closers in the to make the most sense or coming out of that baltimore-washington Washington Turf Cup at Laura last time. Caribou club won that race by knows but I actually prefer. Frontier market comes out of a second place. Finish in that spot. I think he's going under appreciate getting back to the NYRA. Circuit and frontier market is just a horse. Who He's a lightly six-year-old? He only made eleven starts in his career but he's finished in the exact ten of those times and he's just one of these horses that Chad Brown gets to keeps getting to improve with each and every start I think he's now really hitting his best dried at the end of six year old season. He's he loves the PACE TO CLOSE GOES into. He seems to really Excel Layton these turf seasons special when you can get some given the ground in that should be. The case at Akron looked on Saturday. Just think frontier market makes a lot of sense and he's getting his main rival Iran Ortiz. Back Board certainly doesn't hurt to hip have him on. After last week's Breeders Cup successes so I think frontier market just makes a lot of sentiments. Already Schiller hope to get at somewhere around the morning line of three to one Mike. David's going with the Chad Brown runner from well off the pace. You and I like horses. That don't necessarily need the lead but have a little bit more tactical tickle speed then frontier market. Tell me about the Jersey bread because this source Golden Brown. It seems like he's as good on his on turf. He's very versatile little heart that's for sure I'm and he has proven himself to be pretty good on both surfaces they've only twice on turf so farthest he's one of those races against me courses the the Mess Jersey brand competition on but I like the way that he's won both of them. We're GONNA look at his most recent Mrs back in July. He just crushes this field. He's big one to ten favorite Britain here on ways with consummate ease just like you would expect them to at that kind of price does other turf wars against a much better horse in Irish straight horses capable of runny the figures in the high nineties low one hundreds and he beat that horse on the square two then I dislike his running style the two famous here Caribou Club and frontier market. I'm not against them. I think they are the two choices to be. I just thought love either of them ashore price. I don't think they have to win. I'M GONNA give this horse a chance of butter price. I like the running style from my top selection than we're four just Howard. I liked his third place. Effort in the Dixie on the preakness undercard. He beat a nice source indivisibly Darrow. On the square in the grade eight three ocean port three starts back and last time out he ran okay behind Caribou Club in frontier market. That race just seem to fall apart late just Howard was up close to the pace. It was kind of herded down into a tight spot in between horses and midstretch. I think he's GonNa sit a similar trip to Golden Brown. I think those sources are going to get the jumps on Caribou clubs in the frontier markets. They're both going to be good prices. Mike Stop Picking Twelve to one just towered ten to one Jose Ortiz as the mount for Graham Motion Ocean will move from Ecuador to Southern California. But we'll stay on the turf for the let it ride stakes. Here's the field for the feature race at Del Mar on opening weekend Saturday. It's the seventy five thousand dollar let it ride stakes. One Mile on the turf carded as race number eight. These these are three year olds. We are expecting a field of six Mike. The number six carnivorous he has five wins. The entire field has fifteen wins. A source likes to win races. He likes to the distance as he stretches out and he did not have an easy trip last time out now he did not actually look at that. Replay Elliott this race. This is on him on a cutback to turf sprint. And you're gonNA see him just sort of bottled up in behind horses all through the stretch. He's actually not even GonNa get through here he's GonNa they have to take back out of that spot of course to get out any still going to get up and wind and he's just a really game or as as you mentioned. Five wins aren't ready yet. Another rates where. He missed by Belarus He's just right there every time he comes here in good form off the claim about the source nisi outside post position should have him up close to the pace. Our colleague and friend David Aragona believes this pace might be hot and as in the already Schiller stakes is looking for a closer. I had a lot of trouble with this race. Because there's really not one horse you can point to as the horse to be frankly I could find positive things to say about almost every horse in the fields. You just have to sort of make some decisions and try to determine who's going to get the best trip which I'm hoping that's the number one proud Pedro of looking at the time formulas pace projector for this race. It is predicting a fast pace. I'm not sure how much I buy into that. Because there are just six forces in the field field none of them are really confirmed earning types except for maybe the number five Bob and Jackie is coming back from a layoff but if there is a little bit of pace upfront or even honest pace. I think that could help doubt proud pedro. He's one of the ones coming off off in this race. But it's not that long of layoff Justin's last June that day pasted. Release it up for him. There are a bunch of blue color coded time formulas pace figures in the piece for that race indicating a word moving that quickly upfront. And he was trying to close into that pace ultimately he ran okay to be third behind Noah that you came back and did some good things in stakes races later on the year his made win to beck at Santa Anita while he'd get more pace to run into that day he ran a much higher speed figure. I think a repeat of that kind of performances differences good enough to make a competitive stakes like this. And he's supposed to be midland. Greis somewhere around seventy two four two one. I think that's fair value on a horse who should get the right trip in this. Let it ride sticks Mike. David soaping the proud pedro can come from way out of it and run these sources down. That horse is going to have to deal with June layoff but we have to deal with an even long or benching with the number five Bob and Jackie. This is going to be his first. Start as a three year old but he was really good at two he really was ause. I mean they ran only got three starts to late last year. Both of his turf routes He wanted I thought he on them. Both impressively Mola at the most recent of those this is back at the the end of December. The Eddie Logan stakes took this race over. After about a half Mile Dan he was clear around the second turn. And he's GonNa Finish very game in here not leading the runner up into this race really this performance for them. It's all upside right now and we'll see how the pace plays. I think it was going to be that fast this this we'll see how that goes I. I would just send him especially considering that he's fresh off the long layoff and this was earning eighty seventy nine beyer speed figures figures as a late season two year old. He's facing horses that are running. Eighty five eighty six beyer speed figures in the fall of their three year old campaign. If this can just take a minor step a forward off the little injury induced layoff. He had some bone issues. Maybe Bob and Jackie can just go right to the front. And not look back in the lead at ride stakes. He's my top selection. As well as Mike's time for our best bet segment coming up next time for our best bet segment here on out of the gate. Let's go to our colleague it Aragona. He's got something at Ecuador's act on Saturday. My best bet comes on Saturday after the fifth race on the cart art a maiden race for two year olds going to turn on the turf. And there's going to be a favorite in this race. The number two water white who. I don't really trust because you're a big thing you're on the dirt last last time but as I said this is a Turk race. And she's not a worse with a ton of turf pedigree so I think she might take money for the wrong reasons and that creates value in all of the other contenders and the one that Interests Chris me the most is the number four money who is my best bet in this race. And she's a horse that's been steadily improving with each star Has a little bit more experience than some others in this field and I want to especially take a look at her last race at Keeneland we can pick it up from the far turn. She's a horse. That just lost a lot of ground around both turns in this race on on the first one she was four wide. Come around the second turn. She's again three to four wide. I think it's really enlightening to look at the tracking numbers for this race because she ran fifty five more feet than the eventual eventual winner of this race. Sixty three more feet in the horse that finishes second and despite losing all that ground. She's really finishing on wealth. The end of this race she sort of one of these plotting types that has a pretty steady one pay style but she just keeps coming seems like horse that really has relish the to turn distances that she's gotten her last two starts and I think she can take another step step forward in this race for Arnold Dela Corey than shipping. Some live runners to New York. Recently she certainly has the pedigree to be a good one because she's a half Breeders Cup Dirt Mild Winter furthest land. I say dirt mile while he wanted on a synthetic track years to go and the dams also have to dine ever so this is a really classy female family and I think we haven't yet seen the best of luck money. Who can take a step forward in this gift race at Akron on Saturday hoping to get somewhere around five to one because I think that would be fair? Price David Lexa horse in the fifth. Akwa up to Mike you're sticking with your main circuit you you like somebody in the tenth. Yeah try closed out this card maiden special weight race for two year olds going seven furlongs on the main track. I WANNA try Weihan word one more time in this race this source last time. I'm going to give them another chance. Debut back at Saratoga. Dan Needs Travers. UNDERCARD A day. Where you didn't I really WANNA be inside? And it took them off the page and they put him down towards the Ram in the early stages of that race and he really was never a factor after that. I want to look at his second. Arthur this is where they strikes them out to. We're GONNA start at the beginning because he's not post while you're gonNA see your brakes very sharply in this race and for whatever reason elucidatory. We've Ride Miss A. He doesn't want to lead within source. They take him back. He's actually going to hold him. All the way out of contention they're putting behind courses and now you see him at the top the stretch and he's done all kinds of traffic here They'RE GONNA make it down as he's not really finish after this Dan. But I don't really like the tripper Ryan that he got in this race. I think he's better. Maybe that he looks on paper. Naveh think he has a lot more speed than it really looks like. He has on paper which Jose Ortiz. For those I'm hoping they get a little more aggressive with this I. I do think that there is some potential town year. He's eight to one on the line wide open race and I want to get this Martinez. My Saturday best bet race number three number three at Laurel that has come on Kelly making her fourth start of the year for trainer. Jamie Ness and I thought this source really took a step a forward last time out and a five thousand dollar winners of to life race. She was forced to move early as we see on the turn. She's three wide inbetween horses. The winner of the race is favored. Townsend made a bid outside of the source and forced. Come on Kelly's hand come on Kelly's going to try house and all the way down to the wire not gonna be able to run with that horse late but only beaten a length while herded towards the inside come on Kelly has speed and I think that's going to be at a premium in the third race Laurel on Saturday Saturday. I think she's going to be close to the pace I think she's racing back into her best form. She's seventy two on the morning line Laurel race number three number three. Come come on Kelly. We thank you for watching out of the gate we urge you to follow all of. TV's latest offerings on social media on twitter. Follow Act Diarra video for the latest news and notes. M- America's Turf.
"weihan" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks
"And now the move the sticks with Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks. Everybody wants up welcome. I'm to move the sticks. Dj Balki and trust me. When we tell you this this is going to be the best podcast that we've ever done without question to nothing get? He's one of the best. If not the podcast that we have have come together in done this. This is awesome I can't wait to Kinda share. Like Urban Meyer Three thousand national champion coach is going to join us and have a deep insightful. Conversation about all things building a championship program. It is terrific. It sure that You don't talk about your quarterback cluster. Rankings how they were to the season where they currently sit now and then we'll talk about this a big big college football weekend College players to watch lot is on a lot of big games. Everyone knows about the Alabama. Lsu Game You you just recently saw Oregon and UC so we could talk about the five star players that showed up in those games and how those performances could impact how we see them in spring. Yeah we're GONNA have a lot of fun talking about those quarterbacks and we're gonNA take some of your questions that you guys have left us on Apple podcast again if you just leave us a review and a little rating on their drop a question question. We'll answer that each and every week so we got some of those to answer today. Buck I mean. We're sometimes we save interviews and put on the back of the PODCASTS. I say we don't do that today. We've got a chance to visit with Urban Meyer and a lot of times. When you get coaches and people on other podcasts or radio interviews you get a coach and you maybe get you know five ten minutes Senate Salat of fluff and it's a lot of stuff about this week's game we had a chance to talk to a guy who's won three national championships and we? He spent thirty minutes. And it's with US laying out literally from the first meeting with his team To to how he set and put a culture in place that That had been tried and true at every place has ever been from Bowling Green Utah to Florida Ohio State. He's done nothing but went football games and I feel like we've got a chance to get some of that secret sauce in this conversation so again. Thirty thirty minute. Conversation with Urban Meyer and I say we don't wait any longer. Let's let's let the folks here our conversation with Mr Mayer well buck. I couldn't be more excited to be joined by our next guest here. Coach Urban Meyer and coach. We're going to get into football here in a second. But I'm going to get to my point here April Fourteenth Nineteen ninety-six. I'm a high high school senior. I'm going to watch bad padres baseball team. Fernando Valenzuela is actually playing for the padres at this time about eighty one miles an hour and mark lemke hits two home runs off Fernando Valenzuela which is a weird story for Urban Meyer except for the fact that you and Mark Lemke were teammates in the braves minor league organization. I did not know until I got ready for this about your minor league baseball. Ker Coach I didn't I didn't need to know more about a baseball player. Well obviously in my mom thought I was great and that's probably why I went into College Football coaching. Because I had a hard time deuce especially with wooden what about the fastballs went from being like you said. Eighty three eighty four to ninety five ninety six and and that's why I decided to move on on an army. I actually had Tommy John before it was Tommy John. That's how old I am. I loved it. Lengthy and Ron gant where my boys hey coach debt. This is fascinating because we we've talked ad nauseam about the reason why athletes at a younger age is should be multi sports stars. I netted on knowing about your playing baseball as well as playing football. How do you feel about multi sport athletes particularly when you're a coach and recruiting guys? All you hit a passion Ashen with me. You know. That's something that I can give you my perspective by Son's perspective on my daughters and then because they're all division one athletes and then I just recruiting perspective so the thing that I I'm dead set against that single sport athletes Absolutely I think that's wrong. I think the the stewed the kid. The young person is getting screwed. You know. I think that's wrong. They should they should play other sports. You know the fact that when I think somebody's over-anxious anxious fathers and uncles. That think that I'M GONNA when they're six years old. The kids get a deductible. Blake play quarterback. I think that's what I had when my son was playing baseball. I advised by many people that he should stop playing other sports. Just focus on baseball right now. Get a big arguments with people and a lot of the same kids that were you know nine. Ten years old were great. They blew out. They burned out and they're not playing anymore. I went back and found out back in Florida that when my son was at age that most of those kids I mean great really really good players that never went on because they you just get burnt out doing a sport you never learned compete. You know. I think everybody should play basketball. I think so. That's one of the great sports to to develop toughness and competitive and so you hit a wheelhouse with me so I played three sports. My daughters played all sports and I feel very passionate about that. bucky mentioned it. The last couple of weeks have had a chance to talk to Lebron James Football coach. Tony Romo's basketball coach. So I think those guys turned out okay. playing multiple sports. I'm just curious in the recruiting routing process. Would you find yourself going to some basketball games in watching guys all the sports as well as just studying them on the football field all the time a matter of fact we recruited kids on me Carson probably high draft pick for the buckeyes outside. Linebacker was good football player but he was exceptional basketball player competitive. Tough Guy I and then jump out of the gym and we took him off the basketball court. I've done that many many times. And you know it's ironic. I did recruit Lebron James. I was at Notre Dame receiver coach and. He was a sophomore football player coach at Saint. Vincent Saint Mary's a good friend and he said what do you think this guy's like. Oh my gosh. So I went offering them scholarship and they started laughing at me. He's not gonNA play. You don't know who that is do not said No. And he said US Lebron James I go. WHO's Lebron James so Lebron? I still remember that we still talk about it by the way he would be fine for anywhere. That's terrific a AH coach. Obviously you win the more successful Costa. We've ever done it in college football. You've turned out multiple programs you've had national championships at a couple of different places when you think about building a championship culture what does that entail a lot of work. It's something that I think. One of the most overused words in the English language. I don't think the people understand it to say that I really did. I did not As a young coach and cultures and I actually talked quite a bit on that we teach a class in leadership happen so for example culture to me. I know there's many definitions culture to me is. What does your product or what does your team? What does your organization look like? What does that feel like? And what does it act like and not necessarily when you're winning by forty points against Fau. It's what's it look like a robbery game. What's it look like and feel like an act like on fourth down? A two or in a stock market turns upside down. You know and in culture is it's gotta be the vision of the CEO. Oh or the man the head coach and he can't really you can't waver on your culture so I think it's it's you look at all successful programs. I think that's one of the reasons why Weihan status so successful. We built a culture that survives adversity that survives early entry in the NFL draft. A coaching. Change I think culture is essential to you look at the Patriots and you'll say they got a great coach. They got a great great players. Absolutely that's true but name someone who doesn't have a great coach a great player in the NFL. Great the thing that makes the new England patriots. You naked their culture. Developed by Bill. Check is survives transition position players survives injuries and its culture coach. That Ohio state set along rich tradition of winning football games. But before you got there it wasn't At that level not coming off a great season talk about building that culture and and what you did there to build something that sustains just curious that very first meeting with with your football team after taking that job at Ohio state. What was your message to those guys? I think a leader has to whenever he takes over the situation show respect for the previous regime the previous. Because you have to. I hear coaches another view. I feel very strong about is when I hear coach of the media. Say Wait till he gets his players in there you know what the Hell is that me. You know the minute you say I'm taking this job they become your players and we've had great turnarounds fast turnarounds because we're made it very clear that we love you You know Lou Lou Holtz Shelby this my first speech every time as I realize you did not pick me however I picked you because I believe in you your mind guys now and when I hear coach say well you know the previous staff fire coach. If I ever heard coach say that you know show respect to the previous staff and I love Jim Tressel. Obviously Great Rakoff football coach. Luke fickle and of program wasn't far off. Obviously there's very good players here. When I took over bowling green it it takes a toll? People took a little a bit of a fire. Hose to to get going you know Utah was in pretty good shape. You know more of a garden hose and then the Florida was you know not much problem than Ohio. State was really in good shape and really good players really good culture. We just had to fix a couple of things and like everybody does and most surly shudder players. We have great respect for the previous. We love you. We're going to push you to be your best coaches interesting. That you brought up the Utah Program. I actually met at you as a scout on the road at UTAH. Two thousand three. I think it was the first time I was exposed to one year. Spray because Peres was playing. H Back wingback. Just running all over the feeling when you're flipping it to him and doing all kinds of stuff and I was fascinated by that but I was really fascinated by how when I stepped into organ. Felt like it was hard knows. It was tough I it felt like it was a little different every place that you go. Do you build a culture a little differently based on what the history of the program is or is this something that is in you that you have have a core set of things that you believe in and the program kind of follows today wrote a great question I appreciate you asking because Beazer by the way you guys are great. These are real. Sometimes I do interviews interviews in. It's like a clown show. This is really good stuff. We're tried to learn votes so building a culture. This is where the culture culture.
"weihan" Discussed on Hysteria 51
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"weihan" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report
"Shape cowan is a don't spend all day learning to throw punches 'cause if you purchased no black in an eye of bloody nose. You must not be very good puncher so you can't rely on that one thing so all the flat back bluster. That's where you can't do enough of those. That's where you're going to be on your more more. Often your career your office or their office is going to normally end you on your back more often. The not learning to do that is crucial but the fundamental things which are looking for now and are you working on your nutrition do you. You look like you just had a litter putts. Are you athletic shape what i notice you in a crowd. What are you doing outside. <hes> that training to get ready to be professional wrestler. It ain't easy young man. I wish you only the best only the best. You're nineteen years old. You get time but do it the right way. Don't take any chances and don't put learning high flying spot this early. In your process assez ahead of your fundamentals it will not work and your body will break down and then you'll be telling your buddies at the bar yeah i was going to get russia. One time hurt my back. Save started getting hurt this one yeah i had a major league arm meal so good luck to you but ain't going to be easy but great things aren't easy and great. Things are attainable. Just keep working. Don't turn your jersey. Knapsack wants to know about another one the all time greats. Let's tell me blanchard get enough credit for his nineteen. Eighty-five weihan feuds with dusty and magnum t._a. Using multiple belts the beginnings things of horsemen the guy absolutely killed. It and i don't think he gets his respect. These days probably not he deserves it. Totally he just worked to hottest baby faces in the world back to back. It didn't lose lose a beat. He didn't lose his eight that i it was discern more to me. As a fan e great matches both those guys who are both different workers now a so he's phenomenal zero think what happened there. Conrad was at the success of the horsemen.
"weihan" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
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"weihan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Power through over the disused rounding strip, but he tried to dissuade his friend from using. But there's no sign of any plane. Macabre mockup within that time. I wasn't Macapa when we heard a plane had gone missing a plane had come down. And I was really scared because they told me that my sister was on that plane. Listening in for news at the search is SUNY a young into genus man with a faraway working. His is his sister age twenty seven was traveling with her husband Pontier, and their three children Christiana aged thirteen Cristiano who was four and cargoes who was just too from their tiny remote village, motto worry. I felt really sad really deep sadness and pain because she's my real sister. We have the same mother. We grew up together. We're about the same age. And she lived in the next house mine. So we were always talking. We were really close I used to talk to her. She always knew what I was thinking. I used to play with her. And now, maybe I won't have my sister anymore. Who was always next to me? Day after day the searches how calm through the undergrowth just to get to their base camp. They had to walk eight days from the nearest village carrying on that box all their food and the radio equipment. They use to keep contact with Khuttan Weihan and Cecilia Polizei the coordinators in Macapa. It's very complicated. This region is mountainous forest is very dense very dangerous. There are snakes scorpions Jaguars..
"weihan" Discussed on KCRW
"Bale any Adams, Steve Carell, Sam Rockwell and Tyler Perry behind the scenes look at American power based on a true story in theaters everywhere. Christmas day, you're hearing the news on KCRW from NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Elsa Chang, and Mary Louise Kelley a quarter of the federal government is headed to. To a shutdown negotiations. Do continue on Capitol Hill tonight. But the house has joined and lawmakers will be given twenty four hours notice before their next vote. That means a shutdown will likely stretch into the weekend at minimum NPR congressional. Correspondent Scott detro- joins me from Capitol Hill. Hi, scott. Good evening. So let me attempt to summarize where we are the president is Doug. And he says he will not sign a Bill unless it's got the five billion dollars. He wants to build a wall on the US Mexico border. Democrats are dug in they say, they're not going to give him five million dollars for a wall. Is there any progress trying to bridge this gap? This is the best way to to grasp. How little progress has been made the big progress today with the Senate agreed on a procedural vote to keep negotiating, Tennessee. Yup. Yup. Tennessee Republican Bob corker explained the state of things on the Senate floor. Just after that vote. We're not voting on anything else in this chamber. Relative to this issue until a global agreement has been reached between the president and these two leaders and the leader of the house. So the thing is though all of those people are talking vice president Pence was on the hill. Most of the afternoon shuttling between meetings with Chuck Schumer Paul Ryan and other lawmakers we don't really know what those talks are focusing on right now. But we know they are happening and continuing. Okay. But if they're gonna have to find some kind of middle ground at some point, do we have any idea what that might look like starting to get a sense of what it could be. I mean, remember the president's stance with the house passed is dead in the Senate. They're not even voting on it because the votes aren't there? So ironically, one solution could be something like where we all started. And that was these talks going back to one of the initial offers from Democrats giving something like one and a half billion dollars. Maybe a little bit more to give Trump the ability to claim a victory for border security. The big question though, is would the president accept that? Because if you're in. Member all of tour and free days ago. It's hard in this news cycle, but two or three days ago, the White House did signal that they would be fine with getting much less than that five billion dollars. And that's why the Senate unanimously passed a funding Bill without it. And it was only after the president began to reconsider things at the house. Changed course and put the money back in. Well. So here we set with Christmas a few days away. Congress supposed to be done for the year. They were all supposed to have flown out flown home. What is the timeline for how long has shut my shutdown might last? And and we're we're this might all go next. Well, one of the problems today with that much of the Senate actually did fly home, then they had to turn around and fly back. So it took almost six hours for that. One Senate vote is senators came from the airport, but it's really unclear what happens next if talks do make progress tonight into tomorrow, we could see this weekend after that though it becomes unclear because you've got Christmas early next week. So the question is do they plow through the holidays or do they? All take a break and come back and try and solve this at the end of next week. It's got detro- reporting from Capitol Hill. Thanks very much. Thank thank you. It is definitely one of those where do you even begin weeks for our Friday? We can politics chat a colleague here in the newsroom pointed out that if you happen to glance at the TV at one point last night. You would have seen the news crawl Defense Secretary quits as government shutdown looms and financial markets tank. Well, here's the president's assessment of how things are going. This was him. Speaking today at the White House had a very busy two or three days. The great positive things are happening that haven't happened in our government for a long time. Okay. Well with me now are EJ Dionne of the Washington Post and the Brookings Institution and Riaan Salaam of the national review. Welcome to you both great to be here. Thanks for having us and congratulations on your new baby. Weihan? Thank you. Thank you. All right. Congratulations. We very start. We start with good news. But I'll give you the first question. I wanna talk about geneticists resignation as Defense Secretary EJ's paper described this today, and I quote as the exit of the man US allies, see is the last guardrail against the president's erotic behavior, the last guardrail. What do you think right Hon? Well, Defense Secretary Mattis wasn't pretty unorthodox choice for the job in the first place. It's pretty unusual to hire. Someone is Defense Secretary who only recently retired from active duty military service. He left active duty service after clashing with the Obama administration over the Iran deal and a variety of other areas where it was felt that he was bristling under civilian authority. Now. Similarly, he absolutely is a figure was much admired both in the military and outside of the military, certainly by US allies around the world, however on some pretty fundamental core. Issues relating to the US presence in Syria and. The US presence in Afghanistan. He simply disagreed with the commander in chief. It was very hard to see that disagreement being reconciled the president was going to persuade defensive tree Mattis and the Defense Secretary had not successfully persuaded the president. And so one way or another you need the president to have a Defense Secretary who is going to be more in line with his own foreign policy priorities, and that's pretty much the origin of this mess. But to this point that Mattis in some people's eyes was serving as a curb against the more erratic impulses of President Trump EJ, what do you think I think many many people, including people who didn't necessarily agree with Madison? Everything felt that he was a stable figure, and when you looked at the reasons he gave for his resignation one of them was the importance of alliances of living up to our alliances, and how American strength was increased if we could work with our allies that's a position taken not own. Only by the Neo conservative critics of Donald Trump, but also by many liberals, and so I think the early on the generals were going to save us general Kelly, general McMaster, General Mattis, I think of the three Mattis was the one who had the most success in curbing Trump, for example, when he was threatening to quit NATO at that NATO meeting, and he clearly played a big role along with others in pushing Trump back. So I think there's a lot of alarm around the world and in Washington, including from a lot of Republicans that miss that a lot will be missing when Maddox Maddox goes, whether we think this was a mismatch with the president in the first place are not his resignation leaves, the Pentagon influx leaves the national security team in flex and notably comes as the White House chief of staff, isn't they attorney general and the UN ambassador and the interior secretary Ryan on is this a whole lot of chaos at the moment, even by the standards of two thousand eighteen well, truthfully, I would. Argue that when you're looking at the Pentagon in particular there already was a lot of roiling turmoil. Partly because Defense Secretary Mattis he was not someone who is especially differential to the civilian authorities in the department he tended to listen to folks he had served in the military, he tended to be somewhat closer to them. And so already some of those traditional lines of authority within the Pentagon didn't look like they do under other presidential administrations. And this is something we see else in the administration to partly because President Trump his inconstancy his attention to detail means that you oftentimes have turf battles within the administration. And you know, hopefully, the president will find a defense was more aligned with this policy priorities. But it really is hard to see that happening anytime soon because there are many folks who'd be eligible for this kind of role who have the experience the bureaucratic experience, and what have you who might be reluctant to serve in such a chaotic administration. So that's going to be a big. Challenge. Let me turn your both to the looming midnight deadline on government shutdown. Why do we keep doing this? Why do we keep getting to this point? And do the fault lines. The political fault lines look different to either of you this week as Democrats prepare to take over the house, and we all prepare for a divided Washington EJ. This is particularly crazy. I wanna shout Jeb Bush who said predicted that Donald Trump would be the chaos president. I think he had that right all the way back in two thousand sixteen and one of the problems here is Trump was for a shutdown before he was against the shutdown before he was for a shutdown Schumer Chuck Schumer on the floor, the Senate Democratic leader reference that meeting with Nancy Pelosi where he said he'd be proud to shut the government down. Then he's now saying Democrats will shut down on them. Right. But then he went to Mitch McConnell, and basically gave his blessing to passing a Bill that would have kept the government open on February eighth. So that was the against the. The shutdown point. And then under pressure from talk show host Senator. Bob corker said today, we're being governed by talk show host. He said whoops. I can't do that. So then he took a hard line again. Now, he wants to turn around and blame the Democrats. I think there are discussions going on by the way to try to see if there is a way to avert this for one point six billion dollars in the one of the Senate bills. I think that what they're negotiating about. Now is is there a way to use that to give Trump a fig leaf if they can sort of label the money in a way that can get enough democratic votes in the house would could not be for the wall. But for Trump to say, all right? That's enough for now ROY on. Why do you think we keep marching up to this threat to shut down the government? Well, one of the ironies here is that President Trump had an opportunity to claim a pretty significant victory this week the Mexican government has agreed to shelter Central American migrants were asylum seekers so that they can. Remain in Mexico, while their cases are being adjudicated in the United States. He could have said well Mexico's cooperating with us we're going to bring under control this large wave of asylum-seekers in effect. Mexico's cooperation is ensuring that the migration crises the periodic crises. We've had in the past will be placed under control instead of doing that. He's spoiling for a fight. And he's spoiling for fight EJ is right, partly because he's being ridiculed by many of his staunchest restriction of supporters. And while he has no problem with the ire of his enemies. He has a real problem with ridicule from his supporters. So I think that that's a.
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