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"william jordan" Discussed on Help I Sexted My Boss

Help I Sexted My Boss

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"william jordan" Discussed on Help I Sexted My Boss

"Gene Davis Willie hunts and first question, please. This is called help. Call me by my name. I've seen them, great film, an uncle good. Done. You always surprised. You read some very market literature. Really the books really got the film, the films even good as well. Even good just as good. Hi, William Jordan, I have a pet peeves that has been that all my life and will be that until the Dow done, and that is introducing myself with my name, Jamie, and then being called James with complete disregard for what I have just said to be asked. Is it James or Jamie? What did I say? I correct everyone does it recently, I was told off by manager as I corrected. One of my companies senior directors and was told this was unacceptable, and route as it put them in an awkward position surely for him to call me by name. That is not my name a few seconds after I introduced myself is far worse, social educate. I told my boss this and I will stand by no matter the repercussions, the person who can call me by what they want is majesty the Queen or my mother, unless I've had too many GED's and you can call me what you want. So my question is, is there assessment level in either work or social standing that we shouldn't correct someone, even if it is blatantly route keep up the hilarious? Good work is Jamie. Drape question Jamie James is the correct that's there. If someone calls you the wrong name say, like I say, will correct them go William. Someone actually yesterday said to me. Oh, is it willing move on will? And I said, I think Williams better about so way because fend of us was talking about. We gonna chat go spoke to will will William. All right. Don't call it will. We don't call him. Well, he's not Ben Ben Ben. Yeah. I don't mind if realms of a nice one. I don't mind if friends call me will likely Willie. Yes. You when people that I don't know, try and force them, familiar shave, just take them to one side, actually. It's Jamie not James. Correct. In the wrong for in his is bus the sales money. Do you ever it was? Yeah, I would say because their client. To be perfectly honest of the clients, basically funding your company, the client who you Brenda. Okay. Just let them. There's a lot of people have this. We John Ginette. I really still at you net and everyone just call it Jonah and she hates it. Let's be. Next question, please..

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"william jordan" Discussed on Help I Sexted My Boss

Help I Sexted My Boss

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"william jordan" Discussed on Help I Sexted My Boss

"Can I just pull you often something I know weeks ago, we had the skills, and you did that thing for your your job? You did God Oscars aids. Why? I've been meaning to talk to you about this for while. Okay. It's been niggling aska's. When are we thinking now fat? Yeah. Yeah. Few weeks, this this this is about to come out on DVD. For weeks. My god. Will you let you are a fill. You are snob. I never thought I would call this. You are a film snob. Why did you not go and watch Mary Poppins wanna watch pissing, Mary, I invited you so many times I'm gonna go with this friend. I'm going to go with that friend. Did you have you seen it? What is the polite way decline? If I don't wanna say, it's no straight. You know, me I'm cultured. Let me out. I'm not I don't want to see it. I go the cinema original. Yes. Did you like his? Yeah. It was a long long time. I'm not a violent, man. But never wanted to punch you in the face mole. You dig me less way. Digs me takes fifty. Remember to? I don't want. So I will show you now if I go cinema. It's two to three times a week. I've got a list of all the films. I wanna see show me show me this list. I bet you. They're all pumps. The Arshi hothouse house films to watch I'll read it. Okay. Films to watch Stanton Stanley Nelson glass. Yep. Destroyer? No, not not a star is born still not say nuts. Bit camp. Green book yet. Fantastic. So glad it when the can you ever forgive me yet, really good. If Beale street could talk not seeing that beast. Yep. Think upstate really. Really? Well, but don't put that on films to out tens and west your marriages. Let's just say a really don't let people be them phone. Yeah. I know you think I'm still unknown. People were phone. I'm like, no. No, I'm going to set you by the end of April. You have to watch Mary Poppins returns or wintering film nights at mine. Okay. The vices, well, maybe we're going to do it sells out toasted who she would cells to. I think Mary Poppins, I could I if your that's your favorite character who can I sell so who's my favorite character. Brian pasta, whose dance just toast, who's Brian pusher. It's a ten foot cocking bowls mouth. I'm sorry. Mary Poppins favorite fictional characters. Yeah. Yeah. She's she's real. But. Yeah. Yeah. Mine's Brian Potter from Phoenix. Nice. Right. Get out go down right now. Why is there a bike on the wall? Why is that my good side rise? Dow down right now. To Mary Poppins, and Brian Potter you good health. She we crush on with the episode. Oh, good. You've learned it's crackled. This crash crash crack, I'm the other thing. Just quickly mention and we'll talk more about this in the next episode. We going on holiday. Oh, it's John Lee holiday with Liam where all going on spring holiday. William Jordan going away. Stop you there shit faced..

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"william jordan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

11:05 min | 2 years ago

"william jordan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"World Service with me. Julia Morgan with me throughout the program L Shafak award-winning Turkish British novelist and William Jordan, former US diplomat and specialist on the Arab world as we turn our attention to a big week ahead in British politics, which perhaps understates the matter parliament will be voting on Tuesday on the Prime Minister Theresa May's plans for Britain's withdrawal from the European Union. It has taken around two years of tortuous negotiations with Brussels to get to this point. But most political commentators don't expect parliament to vote for the deal. What happened then is the subject of feverish speculation around Westminster and in the media, and certainly in today's papers take the Sunday Express. For example, that carries an interview with the prime minister in which she says parliament must not let the people down and the Sunday Times has a front page headline the weekend. Explaining a few more details in a moment, a very British coup political. Correspondent Suzanne meant on is with us. Let's talk first about the prime minister among she has said in the Sunday Express today. What her main message? Yeah. I I think it's a message of fear really for those employees who want to leave the European Union because what she's saying is that if you don't back my deal, we risk not leaving the European Union at all. And so what should we hoping with that is that it may sway? Some of those were still on the fence don't like her deal. But would rather her deal than the and nothing the situation where we end up not leaving in the Article V ends up getting delayed or postponed or what have you? So that's what she's probably thinking there. And then the other key key thing in in what she's written is warning of a catastrophic an unforgivable breach of trust in democracy. If MP's reject the deal, he's a really strong. Words, and I think what that will be doing is appealing to MP's perhaps concerned about being considered to have failed to meet the will of the people in that referendum that we had two years ago. And so I think she's really trying to appeal to those who are on the fence. But for her, you know, this is going to be such a difficult week because we understand that she's going to go to face this huge defeat. This talk of potentially a hundred conservative so harangue party defying her in that vote on cheese day, and what should be hoping is that the numbers aren't quite that bad. Take us then to the Sunday Times a very British coup by whom. Yeah. Very particular. What we keep hearing that British accusing in Britain. Every day. There's there's some kind of conspiring going, but this is basically what they're saying is that those who wants to stop Brexit are going to try to use the tools of parliament in order to do that. And what we're getting this from is from government aids. And so this comes off the back of last week. We have the speaker of the house of Commons allow MP's to. A vote on an issue of timing. Now, this is against convention within Britain don't have a written constitution in Britain thoughts. There are conventions that tend to be stuck to the view is certainly if the government that the speaker overstep, the Mark, and as a result, we we've ended up in this situation where if Theresa May loses as expected on Tuesday, she then just has three days to come back to parliament with an alternative rather than the twenty one days that she would have had it will turn. Now. That's because the the speaker allowed this vote to be had on the timetable. So now, the government's worried that you know, that's kind of set a precedent. And we could end up in a situation where the speaker allows backbench parliamentarians to have more of a say, and that they could potentially change the rules. So that motions proposed by backbenches take precedence over the government. No clarity as to whether or not that's actually happening in one of the papers that talks about Dominic grieve. Here's the former attorney general one of the key opponents to Theresa May's deal in the end he was remain. And it says that he. Had a secret meeting with the speaker of the house on Tuesday nights said before the speaker made that ruling on the Wednesday. Now, we've spoken to Dominic grieve he said that he did meet with the speaker that they didn't talk about that with snow plotting going on. So obviously, you know, you hear different accounts from different people. But I think it's a sense of I suppose the fee Brawley environment that we have in British politics at the moment where are lots of people lots of different agendas and trying testifies take trying to take their agendas forwards and the schools, you know, those who want to. Have different Brexit deal will work in the ways they can't trying to achieve that. But likewise, you know, you've got the Brexit is who actually want to be not less want us to leave with no deal, and they're trying to push that out as you know, I have an American perspective and British Turkish perspective on this. William maybe a question to Susanna thought. Yeah. Yeah. Very quickly. I'll repeat what I said previously. Which is I see some parallels between what's what's playing out now, especially with all of these parliamentary maneuvers between. What's happening here? And what's happening in the US in the impasse over the shutdown of the US government because of Donald Trump's determination to fund the wall. And as their I think here, I have to put out the question, this fear mongering is coming from Theresa May, for example, in this Eucation constantly about not responding to or not respecting the people's will the other part of what I've always understood parliamentary representatives wherever they are are supposed to be looking at is the good of the country is the national good, and I I sort of power in face of this kind of inflammatory rhetoric because even though I understand she's pushing a political point, frankly, I think it's a good thing that British parliamentarians are raising a lot of fundamental issues. However, they're doing it about whether or not Brexit is ultimately going to be good. How hard breaks it or for the deal for Britain. I suppose that sort of illustrate the different balancing act that are trying to perform. Yeah. I think what what was certainly saying in British politics is this is. Parliament and backbenches asserting themselves in a way that we've never really seen before mainly because we have this key constitutional question, which is going to change the picture of our of our society of our country and say parliamentarians are actually taking more of a role and putting forward amendments. And they have the advantage of actually having a speaker of the house who is sympathetic to. Backbenchers in a way that I I'm sure the government would prefer he wouldn't be. But certainly the role of the speaker of the house is to promote parliament, not promote government, and what we're seeing is parliamentarians you easing. What tools they have at their disposal in order to get their points across and what you've got to remember is that in terms of our government. They have tried to keep back benches away from being able to have that much influence because parliament the government has to be taken to court in the first place to actually agree to there being a meaningful vote in the first place. Then of course, there's been a lot of anger about the fact that before Christmas there were supposed to have the meaningful vote and the government delayed that unless this been this kind of accusation certainly from backbenches that the government is trying to wind down the clock. They run out of time in order to be able to actually make any kind of meaningful decision L chef. I think it's very clear to everyone that we are in a big big mess. But. What worries me is already at a time when people's trust in politicians had been at its slowest the insecurity this two years for two years this has been going on. And where did we end up exactly again became insecurity, deacon uncertainty? It is further eroding. Everyone's trust not only in politics, but almost in a democratic system. And I am very worried about the implications of this. But my question would be do you think it's too late. Or is there a possibility since Brexit, sunny should goes beyond partisan divisions? I think this is in the past we used to think, it's toys versus labor. Now. It's pro Brexit on tie breaks that that is the main division line in Britain. And one of the biggest mistakes in my opinion was rather than trying to find a common ground between two parties and concentrating in that in that common area. She tried to please, the hardliners party which was impossible and even from a pragmatic point of view because of numbers was. Not the right way forward. But is it is it possible? If things get stuck for another awareness or a movement. I dare say to flourish where people from both parties could come together and try to find a common sense way forward. You think that's possible to go beyond party lines from now on well? I think in terms of what we've seen on the Brexit debate. It has gone beyond party lines in terms of the backbenchers. So, you know, you see conservative remain is joining forces with labor, Mainers and likewise, you know, you've got on the brake. Steer side. You got Tory. Brexit tears and a few labor Brexit tears here in a few a number. But certainly we've seen these these dividing lines between the parties really blurred beyond anything that we've seen before in terms of actually I think what what will have to happen. I mean, if Teresa made us lose the vote as we expect on on cheese day, she'll have to have to come forward with some kind of return. And we're hearing rumors about. Wherever she would talk to the labor party about the idea of some kind of cuss a permanent customs union. That's just in Manila at the moment. But certainly, you know, what she'll have to do if she wants to get a deal through is to try and find some way where you get consensus from parliamentarians what we do know is that the entries. My makes this point in the Sunday Express today more than two hundred MP's want to rule out. No deal. That's the one area where we know that the majority of MP's and parliament are United. The question is over how and whether or not the government can come to an understanding about how to achieve that Susanna. Thank you very much. Indeed, Suzanne Mendosa outlining the week ahead for Theresa. May. We will return to Brexit before the end of the program in a very different context. But before that we were talking about green initiatives before the news and the environmental burdens that we are placing on the planet. One question that that perhaps raises is where will the technological innovations that might help will that actually come from a Martha lane FOX is a pretty busy. This woman and philanthropist who was at the forefront of the dot com. Boom back in the nineteen ninety s and is now on the board of Twitter. So she knows Silicon Valley the Californian tech hub pretty well. We asked her to explore some of the ideas that are coming out of the valley. So here we are in the middle.

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"william jordan" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:06 min | 3 years ago

"william jordan" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Michael glad to. Have you sir Good morning good to be. Back very exciting I you know everybody's waiting, to see what kind of Redskins team shows, up, after a season last year seven and nine so we'll be all paying very close attention to this first preseason game especially the starters new quarterback Alex Smith. Making his, debut as, a Washington, Redskin how much. Time could, we, see. Smith on the field tonight I think you'll see the starters for, a limited, period of. Time I think that. The the. Work, done in, Richmond has been a real real hard I think it has a pretty strong physical practices. I think you. Might see them for a series I think some players you won't see, at all some, of the, starters who, are bathroom back from injuries Williams I, don't think you're gonna see trail Williams Jordan reader Chris Thompson There's a lot. Of competition on the team is your. Guys so. It might not be who starts but who comes. In afterwards and how they perform I make a difference. This is, a preseason, were jobs will be determined some of. The backup jobs I, think, they say that every year but. I think after witnessing some of the depth the team has some? Of the USA. Team has more so this year than than others fight to fifty. Three is going to be real tough this year they have something of a reinvented. Offensive threat to there's a lot of optimism about. A new wide receiver Paul Richardson he's got he's. Got some real speed to him also running back. Darius guys out of LSU he looks phenomenal how is he. Looking in training camp and going into the. Preseason he, looks phenomenal Just the. Way you said it I mean the guy the guy's, got a great attitude I'm you know I'm really impressed with his attitude he's such. An, optimistic. High. Energy guy it has not wane despite all the heat despite all the work was, like a three down running back he can catch you can run so he can block Redskins have have really bolstered the running. Back for with them now there's some tough decisions there as well now that'll come to pass over the next four preseason games but Richardson other guy. You mentioned he was. Missing dimension of a team last year he's got that deep speed looking for. That will open up the underneath and, again these guys have yet to play a game together that's what these preseason games are about guys looks like the real deal though he really does he. Looks like it could be a start. The future. But you gotta be patient is still hasn't played. A player down in the NFL yeah right yeah I. Remember last, year there, were quite a few injuries that plagued. The tree team and, it, was just one thing after the. Next to the next and you've already got more Morgan Moses with? A foot injury You've got Let's see Martinez Carter with a hamstring. Injury already are we going to see the same thing next this this year that we did last year with so many injuries. I marry I can't see. That. Happening America statistical aberration will happen, last year the number of injuries and what we've seen a camp this year and knock on wood somewhere as. We say they haven't had any real hard injuries. Morgan Moses. He's okay Carter's rookie out of grambling he can't afford not to be on the field to prove he. Can do he needs to be out there so. For him Hamstring isn't good news. But again, so far so good last year maintain players on injured reserve so yeah the, you, know the the law of averages says. That won't happen again you know these preseason games are always interesting kind of kinda kinda kick the tires abet obviously workout who's going to be taking positions it's great though from the perspective of a football fan to see the Redskins go head. To head with one, of the best teams in the NFL basically pick the patriots as the first chance for us to see what this. Team looks like because it means they're they're not going to go against the. Team that's going to go week. On them tonight These, these preseason games a lot of people think. They don't mean, anything but they do you wanna see. The team how their chemistry is happening on that playbook is working continuity backups are, going to do and you're right I mean the. Redskins have, been playing, against each, other since. July twenty eighth we can't. Began so you know to go, up against the. Different team down in Richmond coming up on on Sunday. Monday and Tuesday they're going to have. The New York Jets, down there, which will. Be joined practices leading, into preseason, game them two so it's kind, of like the pages turning. Here during, the, off season, calendar will move into the preseason games of course you. Can hear, all the games on WMA also happy again get back on the station this, year, it's going to be an exciting year. And these preseason games are the next chapter pointing towards September the night opening day at Arizona so yeah the patriots the patriots the patriots they've been date Super Bowls they've won five and that's a that's a record anybody would want to have. An incredible run there, on I don't know what you can say as long as Brady invalid checks stay together They're going to be a. Threat for, the Super Bowl every year it was fine. To reload and, again we won't see Tom Brady tonight. I doubt we're going to see him at all but it's still a football team, that's deep and it's a competitive championship caliber football. Team good, gesture the, Redskins on, first preseason. Game of the year all. Right Larry write a time I, had two questions. For you but we are out of time so I. Don't have time to ask you these questions and we'll have, to do, it again Thank you guys all right. Seven forty three thanks Larry WMA l. it's August and. Hopefully your summer has been filled with barbecues beach trips and baseball games. But have those special experiences..

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"william jordan" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

And That's Why We Drink

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"william jordan" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

"We're something men i think children well okay one of those is okay the rest are not a sexual sexual deviance of the time sure no one at the prison liked him parents he just like nobody liked him not even the guards and he ended up committing suicide and has no cell fourteen is known to be one of the more haunted areas of the jail some notorious inmates is one man named william jordan flake in eighteen eighty four he was the first one that was put in prison for polygamy and he served six months and he had twenty kids what i only through that in for the twenty kids thing you gotta also there were two girls known as there were there were two women excuse me nockles there were two women that were a tourist inmates known as the bad girls of the west oh me too right that's unita and told me which one you wanna be okay and then the other one gets to be okay okay so there's a bandit queen yeah yeah yeah her name is pearl heart and she robbed a stagecoach oh yeah and she was sentenced to five years and she used her feminine wiles both the prisoners and the guards alike and got herself pardoned after two years hell yeah i think people might want to be heard because wants me that's me hear your fate eva elena astrada a physical name though well she was also sentenced to seven years for manslaughter not murder which i find interesting because she stabbed her husband cut open his chest pulled out his heart and threw it at his face.

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"william jordan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"william jordan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Policy of interference and colonialism at the year so we'll yesterday's airstrikes achieve the aim of ending the syrian regime suspected use of chemical weapons might even affect the course of serious civil war lena sin job is our correspondent following the latest developments from the lebanese capital beirut well on this basically from the government side and their loyalists their condemnation gets calling it an aggression over their own land and it's definitely destroyed these three sites according to the us that had chemical facilities in chemical storage but for the course of the war and for the pilot of president bush did not change anything these are limited to the use of chemical weapons but not to his air force or air powered or military power none of these locations where targeted so president that's how it is still on the winning side of the war and we continue using these kinds of conventional weapons in his fight against all the opposition if we look back at the past seven years the vast majority of all the nearly five hundred thousand people killed in this war would kill by conventional weapons not by chemical ones lena's in job there to discuss these questions further and others were joined by william jordan fulmer us diplomat who served in syria and he joins us now from our studio in paris welcome william now we all know this is a proxy war russia we assume could have done without us intervention why do you think russia hasn't restrained the assad government from using chemical weapons well i'll start by just by saying that i don't agree with the idea that the war is is is basically a proxy boards it's still primarily syrian civil war and i think that the presence and the how do i put it the policies of neighboring countries and outside powers has sort of has definitely complicated everything as far as the russians are concerned i you know i think the problem is that since two thousand thirteen when russia seemed to be able to influence the regime in syria's attitudes towards the use of chemical weapons or other destructive military operations as has been mentioned that everything has changed with the tensions that have come in to play between russia and the west over ukraine over crimea and other things russia has less of an incentive to put pressure on the.

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"william jordan" Discussed on KSCO 1080

KSCO 1080

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"william jordan" Discussed on KSCO 1080

"You do have gotten out those things so it kinda goes of the premise yeah this is real but you know we got to investigate and a lot of times yeah who who was the late for some reason i think a williams jordan i think you are right you had a couple leads by a would endured we will william jordan and edward winter also at edward winter better known as a colonel track on mash who i yeah yes awaiting we in jordan was major with it the gatling gotland alongside al qaissy suame who is staff sergeant henry fits and uh so you eat is still had kind of that that that duo right you know the more senior friday high your friday and gannon friday and would ever been alexander's name of your was it was a very nondescript name hunter can shrink something yeah frank with the strength smith i think frank smith at is it yeah so you had that or you know even without him twelve you had the the reasoning reading you had the senior and junior uh this i'm you had you know uh officer an enlisted but you still had the same talia jordan was replaced by whenever it would have the same ryan that can you yeah so and dr choice brothers appeared in two episodes yes i see that yeah so as a self believe i she ever play anybody else while sheep did play another her character in an episode of ellery quaint she was the deceit and i forget the name of her character i just remember that think claude ake and played her no no a force tucker played her husband and theater patel was in that show hand on noise is could so i love powell obvious ships chip place she occasionally plate other character yes ice doctor i think what i attempted to describe as a as a formula in the show almost like a gilligan's island affecting i'd love how wikipedia puts it in an odd reversal of the scooby doo dynamic allow a series of eventually settled into a pattern in which the investigators would spend most of the hour uncovering some conventional explanation for a ufo citing only four the last five minutes to reveal that the ufos or some similarities unexplained phenomenon were involved after all my cancel handled amtrak i i can't imagine jack web would would would would would.

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"william jordan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:28 min | 4 years ago

"william jordan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I promise you that full item is as beautiful as that little teaser there with me for the rest of the program until seven thirty gmt my guests patricia comper jamaicanborn writer and playwright based in london and william jordan middle east analyst and former us diplomat now based in paris will hear from them in just a moment but let's cross first to austria because the farright might just about to be taking a big step towards power their citizens of voting in a general election today and most commentators say the conservative people's party of sebastian kurtz is likely to win the most votes but the farright antiimmigration freedom party could also be poised to join a coalition government let's speak now to our correspondent in vienna baffoni bow and let me just give us a flavour of the issues and and the major players in today's election what does seem very interesting m z coalition government here in austria break down early this spring because of multiple frustrations to decry not divert longtime that this election campaign has focused very very much on the issue of migrants and and sebastien kurtz this young leader of the conservative party has very much moved his party to the rights he's vowed to stop off illegal migration as much as possible he taught philosophy about how he pushed to claes the balkan reach full migrants during the migrant crisis of two thousand fifteen sixteen and that's he'll this speculation here that he might be willing to go into kelly she with the farright freedom party if the result today faith as that i wanna bring in patricia and william because i think the bigger issue here is people are kind of looking to these various elections in europe in and also really to kind of gauge how much traction politics that are far to the right of centre are gaining an do you feel free to speak tibetan near to share your thoughts on this petition i've been living in the uk for about twenty continuously for about five years now and i have a son so i i know i'm learning about the life of a black man and i have to say i've known about the national front so as he from combat eighteen i'm all of these infant awfully long time so what's happened it's not that these things are new is.

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"william jordan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"william jordan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That william jordan one of our guest this morning on weekend happened store so be luckily for us an independent analysts on the middle east and a former us diplomat and patricia comper who's at jamaicanborn writer and play right based in london patricia and we've talked a little bit about right we talked about your mom who went oxford in the 1930s the tell me about the kind of plays or the work is stuff that you're working on now i know that you've led theater groups you've done and adaptations of some pretty amazing work said buys or annual hurst in for example the enemy tony mars nasa's rail and the i just finished a film which was as of fence that that i have submitted which i hope i hope will go a little further always as a writer you never you never know but i think my bed about is in media because i love the fact that made it to be anywhere at any time it's that kind of storytelling that actually comes into your kitchen and where do you get your stories is it from your own experience t look elsewhere where do you find the inspiration i'm as as as you get older you know there's only so much it can take from your own experience i do find stuff outside of the newspaper said usually makes me slightly angry and then i kind of we've the characters from there are i find a characters i really love and then kind of work from there there's no shortage of things the angry about his emphasis that i hopefully they also say something reasonably celebrate razor will thank you both very much for joining us this morning if you've just turned on your radio or your browser or wherever you're listening this is the bbc world service i'm an unarmed with weekend and our main stories this morning further allegations of rape and sexual salt of surfaced against the hollywood producer harvey weinstein he's just been expelled from the academy that organizes the oscars the time now at six seventeen here in london and let's catch up now with alastair ross who's got all our sports news morning ouster thank you on.

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"william jordan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:19 min | 4 years ago

"william jordan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That this could push actually this could limit us options now definitely i i totally agree with william jordan experienced that we have already the north korean affair which kings or woon of course it's a big problem which is not far from being salt and at the same time the united states under let's say the western unity could not allow itself to have another big problems with iran we have to tackle you when we must not cut the link with you when we have to watch that the way they are going to move forward any way when you see how it quite to extend the influence definitely in the middle east east in iraq in syria and lebanon in yemen i think it's a source of concern of preoccupation for all diplomats all around but at the same time i think it yes kush i just wanna bring in another point in the now on of invite for tissue in i mean what about trade because doesn't this uh put your doesn't split france and the us kind of directly headtohead on the issue of trade amee francis doing a lot of trade with iran and this could seriously and limit that if there are sanctions french president micro a talk to proceed on honey from your ran a two days ago and definitely east planning to go on a state official visit to iran the franchise thing in certain way i think they are not playing the game the french in certain way wants to filling the vacuum left by united states are business he's concern thought dole as big business over there appear say they the auto beyeler builder as big business over there and other companies and definitely i think most of the europeans under french in particular wants to say that market the iranian market is very open we have to take advantage of that we have to move us whereas business is concern and i think this is why thing's iranians very cleverly this regime will try to find the rift between all the western countries and just to isolate a little bit more of the united states patricia can i just invite you in just thoughts on on the latest international spat i was listening to pbs the american service and they were saying that one of the problems that jumpers responding to this effect the.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"william jordan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The time now it 606 gmt welcome back to the weekend from the bbc world service with me an unarmed coming up later will make a trip to macedonia to find out more about a lucrative but not totally welcome export of van's of teenagers or younger of the law who have really find a way to make money very easily at the same dive have managed to an origin they make him a senior famous for a very ugly thing i would say and provide a recipe for different dives of odds ride groups fascists and sawn that's coming up a little bit later my two guests on the pro grand today patricia comper here's the jamaicanborn writer and play right based here in london and william jordan he's an independent analyst of the middle east and a former us diplomat now based in paris they're here in our london sidia and we'll hear from them in just a moment we're gonna start with a story that spin and big this week towards latter end of this week world leaders still trying to digest what president trump's new position on iran is on friday he called iran a fanatical regime and said he was sending the iran nuclear deal back to congress congress now has sixty days to decide whether or not to reimpose sanctions at we're joined now on the line from paris by christian malarde he's an international diplomatic consultant for i 24 news at welcome to weekend christian good morning how do you view president trump's decision on friday while i i just qualified his decision as a middle of the road a decision i think is right myself i have lived in iran under mainly for three years and i have learned to know about these free team i think he's right to to qualify this regime must fanatical and probably a supporting terrorism i totally agree on that now i think that i only had two followed the advice ease of his closest advisors luck general mackie's that defense secretary rex tillerson as secretary of state's and most of his advisors at.

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"william jordan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"william jordan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And yet fighting for equal representation the also of saying of the kind of actress thanks to the bishop me these sorts of jerry exhibiting expes what they are as being sexists and pray repulsive rarely and now what's more interesting to me is that now we're gonna move toward something i high where you get more women in positions of power and writing and directing and creating work and employing other women say that this situation doesn't really happen as well as harvey weinstein sort of getting out there and abusing his power barrels at people around who enable him martinez basics of fattening life rather than even the creative industries so i think we've got to stop its of a hate to mention it but expects the mind is the jet ho jimmy travel is seen a half people had a platform to say things that happened to them and i think that's so important that as a reassurance out there especially with this case where yes stand up say what happened and he'll be okay you will be protected inflight respected the saying it and i think that's a great great progress i think this would have happened had it ordering not started i think we've now seen the success of wonderwoman and people are starting to recognize that the objectification of women and by onscreen and and behind closed doors is just not acceptable and that was daisy lewis a british actress and director we will see hearing from the synthesizing a casting director and let me come back to my guests patricia comper is it jamaicanborn rider and play right and william jordan former us diplomat now based in power paris patricia your mum attended cambridge in the 1930s she was the first black woman to gain a law degree from there and i'm thinking about that because i imagine you know these sorts of issues women in power and calling out inappropriate behaviour must have been something she dealt with a lot yes and it it it damaged i.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

02:22 min | 4 years ago

"william jordan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And my guess right writer petition comfort and middle east analyst william jordan bbc news if you wanna mcdonald more allegations of emerged that the film mogul harvey weinstein sexually attacked women the british actress lee said antony is the fifth woman to publicly accused the hollywood producer of rape a second unidentified woman is tool to british newspaper she was raped by mr why in seen in 1992 when she worked at his film company offices the prestigious film academy that organizes the oscars as expelled him mr wine scene has denied any wrongdoing austrians are voting in a general election today in which thirty one year old sebastian could solve the conservative people's party is the front runner if he wins he'll be europe's youngest leader voters and kirghistan or choosing a new president today the incumbent almost gotten by if is stepping down at the end of the the single sixyear term is allowed under the constitution written after a popular revolt in 2010 china's former justice minister wu i union has been expelled from the ruling communist party following corruption investigation she served in the rule for more than a decade the authorities in hong kong the suspended some transport services after warning that a powerful typhoon will approach the territory in the coming hours typhoon cancun is expected to generate winds of up to one hundred and fifty kilometres an hour at least forty people are now known to have been killed by wildfires that have devastated a major californian wine region over the past week hundreds of others are unaccounted for the international monetary fund has warned that growth in the global economy is at risk of faltering whose of uncomfortably low inflation and rising jew political tensions and the venezuelan government says it's dismantled the cocaine production lab in a jungle near the border with colombia the interior minister said the operation had dealt a serious blow to drug traffickers bbc news you're listening to weekend from the bbc world service with me on on and coming up a little later we meet the music lover determined to make fresh sounds on oldfashioned vinyl luminaries michael dixon i am i make vinyl.

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"william jordan" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"william jordan" Discussed on WLOB

"Phone with me asking me please don't pull people back police find it right i hear i was yet to have closure have closure here i am you know answer the phone and deal with that i'm looking at the guys around me pool lee and everybody else in arms and i just got a football field a month ago in here i'm here said look saying this lady i'll do everything i can write will you talk about getting short that was a real wakeup call out what what powers all about all of a sudden you're sitting there and people are asking you to look for their person that they care about because they're in the water near drown you gotta find i can't even imagine that's crazy we gotta take a break we'll be right back it is seven twenty two wlob fm and am headlines two of the largest unions for stay workers voted this week ratified you to your contract that give it employs a six percent pay raise the contract give the governor alarms on victory in his effort to eliminate mandatory union fees for state workers scarborough ebola's grew delivered a baby boy at route to ray medical center what did i paramedics everbright belle was asserted in the delivery by paramedic william jordan and the us department of commerce is investing one and a half million dollars to support the development of eight aquaculture industry for it will be yours that you made it over to over a broom which edward greece the availability of incubator space wlob fm and am next with maine's total weather jibril eight wmtw plenty of right sunshine the cooler temperatures mid60s with a gusty wind osce clear chilly tonight low to mid 40s tomorrow mostly sunny upper 60s clouds in showers on sunday lower 60s partial sunshine for monday from channel eight i'm chief meteorologist roger grizz hall bring you maine's total weather.

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"william jordan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"william jordan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Added a couple of paragraphs just saying that how awful it is to have somebody who looks out to see a bunch of middleaged members of congress and and playing baseball and saying they are the enemy although the fact that that we look at each other other americans zia as the enemy and it's it's really troublesome and it really should motivate us i think uh to be a little kinder a little more gentle one of the chapters in the book i talk about you know growing offense in snowflake ten brothers and sisters celtic are arizona snowflake arizona named in eleven children one of eleven on a couch bush the long family has been in arms on for one in fact brigham young sent my greatgreat grandfather william jordan flake to colonizers on and then he found this valley where he could settle and then arasteh snow the mormon apostle came along who's kind of overseeing the colonisation and he said do started a settlement he asked my greatgreat grandfather he said yes he said call it snowflake for the two of us sounded better than flakes no i guess and that's where i grew up but i had wonderful examples growing up of my father who was mayor of snowflake and some may passed away just a month ago itself like my uncle jake flake from snowflake was speaker of the house in arizona well beloved he passed away ten years ago after being thrown from his horse though for the last of the gentle boy who need legislators in his early 70s that's the junior united states senator from arizona jeff flake coming up charlie asked senator if politics was an inevitability for him this is charlie ro on bloomberg radio ever wonder why waiting to sell expensive white breakfast was we all of that china did you know that an economics professor uses broadway musical to illustrative lectures the bloomberg benchmark podcast is about all that.

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"william jordan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:38 min | 4 years ago

"william jordan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That trump is always beset by severe insecurities that probably have a lot to do with everything going back to his youth in terms of being a businessman in a very competitive world in new york and so hence he's constantly needing both to project this this this pre confidence while at the same time attacking people who attack him or he fuels are attacking him as a demonstration of his insecurity makaw i think as a opposed to merkel understands this and therefore is doing everything he can to make clear that okay even though i'm younger than you in a lot of ways were very similar and i'm not going to come jumping all over you as far as the you know putting you when a corner and and making you feel threatened whereas i think that the problem with the with the miracle trump dynamic is that uncle merkel true to her nature is trying to make very clear to trump that he stepping out of bounds on a regular basis and she feels as though she needs to call him to account for that that was william jordan former us diplomats and i was all speaking to elevate dave hale who is a new and young np with president macron's on march posse time now for the next report in special series on china's belts road initiative from china edison the new silk road is an immense program of construction across three continents promising almost a trillion dollars in lending and it's being seen as china's attempt to steal a march on the us to promote an alternative world order today carry gracie out china editor whose traveling seven thousand miles along the new rail reached from china to the uk finds itself in europe can see pharaoh can seekers yet safety garlic what are you making eagle an australian the proper chinese vegetable my prophet leva y'all got from china in in poland kind of buzz of love it's not as yukos knives that come from china it's his rice and his housemates her they tease him about his place hump for wife and as he makes dinner hit myths southeast hohmann his hartselle to gals back home chinese good film have an idea of stalowa wola suggested cases anyone marriageable listening let's filled the main stage stalowa wola is in on steel town of finding wife is not you boys only problem here in six years ago his company boot struggling trade which once built army tang's.

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"william jordan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:28 min | 4 years ago

"william jordan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Same responsibility make our planet's great again i'm sure he was aware the rephrasing of making america great again william jordan is a retired us diplomat and now an independent analysts living in paris he's also regular we can the contributed william welcome back wanted to put it it said pless terms these men don't really like each other president trump is particularly welcome the best deal day celebrations in paris i wouldn't have thought wisey there well i think this is primarily makombe being very clever and i would not not necessarily agree with your characterization that they don't get along they don't like each other i think they actually have probably more in common than they than they don't they're both sort of outsiders who managed to against all apparent odds win the presidencies of their two countries where they are quite different is of course my contents to be a man who embraces globalization who embraces multilateral action and of course for him as the president of a country that gave birth to the paris climate accord it's very important for him to protect vat as well as europe but i think that you know mccaw is in many weighs more probably more in sync with how trump thanks and how trump act and so i believe that they actually how there's some watson paddock oh and certainly if you think about it just one simple a line of attack angela merkel who is basically the leader of of europe with the brexit imminent has very bad relationship with donald trump macro i think is trying to be a bridge between europe and washington on the other hand tease more outspoken than most world leaders about donald trump's policies we had him on climate change a he's questioned various things eat he's a man known to uh to speak up for his beliefs i didn't he say to president putin of russia face to face make a complaint about gay rights in in russia he's not going to hold back is easy no but i think this is where believe it or not trump probably respects michael i think the fact that you know this this famous handshake were the two of them seem to be armwrestling one another a way back when the first time they met in brussels underscores the you know my car is.

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