35 Burst results for "World War"

Hawaii remembrance to draw handful of Pearl Harbor survivors

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 d ago

Hawaii remembrance to draw handful of Pearl Harbor survivors

"A remembrance in Hawaii today for those killed in Pearl Harbor on December 7th, 1941, about 2400 servicemen were killed in the Pearl Harbor bombing nearly half on the USS Arizona alone, many of those still alive are at least 100 survivor Luke hunter, who is a 101 years old, recently told the AP he's not a hero. Not us. We're not heroes. They call us heroes, but we're not at the ones in 2403 men that died or the heroes and we've got to honor them ahead of everybody else. His doctor told him not to travel to Pearl Harbor so conscious as he'll watch the ceremony on TV, the bombing by the Japanese launched the U.S. into World War II. I'm Julie Walker

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Former Nazi camp secretary voices regret, seeks acquittal

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 d ago

Former Nazi camp secretary voices regret, seeks acquittal

"Lawyers for a 97 year old former secretary to the S es commander of Nazi Germany's Stuttgart concentration camp have asked for the client to be acquitted, has been on trial for over a year at a state court in northern Germany, according to a court spokesman has said in her closing statement, she was sorry for what had happened and regretted that she'd been there at the time. Her lawyers are requesting her acquittal arguing that evidence hadn't shown beyond doubt that furstner knew about the systematic killings at the camp, tens of thousands of people died at stood off and its satellite camps or on death marches at the end of World War II. I'm Charles De Ledesma.

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Meghan Markle: The Modern-Day 'Dollar Princess'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:58 min | 3 d ago

Meghan Markle: The Modern-Day 'Dollar Princess'

"In the late 1800s, English nobles were facing hard economic times. The agricultural lands they held were too small to compete with the more plentiful bounties being produced by the endless waves of grain in the United States. So these once rich and powerful landlords were becoming poor by the day. Though America was the cause of their fiscal woes, she also could provide a handy solution in the form of something called dollar princesses. These were the female errors of rich American magnets and industrialists who married into English aristocracy. The English nobles got an injection of large amounts of cash and the Americans got fancy titles as a sign of elite status. There were some cultural conflicts when these commoners from the colonies invaded the exclusive circles of the aristocracy. But overall, things worked out. After all, it was the first dollar princess Jenny Jerome, who would marry lord Randolph Churchill and give birth to the man who would lead the UK as prime minister in World War II, Winston Churchill. Fast forward a century, and some change, and the situation seems to be playing itself out once more, but to an entirely different end. This time, instead of money, the marriage seems to be an attempt to inject some celebrity and Internet influencer clout into the royal family. I am speaking of the marriage of Hollywood actress Meghan Markle and prince Harry, Duke of Sussex. Meghan was born and raised in California with an acting resume that includes shows like CSI, general hospital, suits, and movies like get him to the Greek, horrible bosses, and remember me. And with a stint as a briefcase girl in deal or no deal, you would think she'd be used to being celebrity. After all, the royal job detail basically requires living in wealth and comfort while occasionally smiling and waving. But alas, such was not the life for Harry and Meghan, a mere two years later after their 2018 marriage came the megxit.

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Bitcoin and Opting Out of the IMF and World Bank

The Breakdown

02:42 min | 4 d ago

Bitcoin and Opting Out of the IMF and World Bank

"Let's read structural adjustment that the Twitter thread. Gladstein writes, my essay structural adjustment, how the IMF and World Bank were pressed poor countries and funnel their resources to rich ones, is now live. The bank and fund claimed to help poor countries develop and rescue them from crises. But what if that's not true? As any credit card holder knows, when you borrow, you eventually need to pay back a higher sum. Principal plus interest. This basic concept is forgotten when we think about development economics. But billions of dollars of loans over decades creates even more debt. In the 1960s and 1970s, this is exactly what happened. Huge credit was extended to the third world. Eventually, the amount repaid by borrowers exceeded what was given. This moment happened in 1982. Since then, the net flow of resources has been from poor countries to rich ones. In this way, the IMF and World Bank have approximated the dynamics of colonial drain, where imperial powers looted the periphery of the globe for hundreds of years, obtaining cheap resources and labor and selling finished goods back to markets where they had monopolies. Today, the difference is that the sword and gun have been replaced by weaponized debt. What was once accomplished by physical force is now accomplished by quote unquote structural adjustment. Conditions attached to loans that dictate how borrowers can run their economies. The IMF and later the World Bank attached conditions to their loans that forced third world countries to do what industrial countries like the U.S., UK, Japan, and Germany were never asked to do post World War II. Full austerity measures. The structural adjustment playbook imposed on developing countries included raising taxes. Currency devaluation, shrinking bank credit, wage ceilings, scrapping food and energy subsidies, cutting state healthcare and education, favorable rules for multinational corporations. The goal of structural adjustment and in general of the bank and the fund was to view third world countries as companies. Expenses had to be reduced, profits had to be increased. This meant domestic consumption was to be sacrificed so that exports could be maximized. World Bank policy in particular was designed to transform the traditional consumption agriculture of third world countries into monocrop industry to mass export typically non edible goods. For example, coffee, tea, rubber, palm oil, cocoa, and cotton. World Bank policy was also designed to facilitate the extraction of minerals and other natural resources to international markets. With as little as possible being soaked up by local populations. Think a remote hydro dam powering a mine, putting minerals on a train to a port. Export earnings did not typically benefit locals, but rather helped service foreign debt, purchase weapons, import luxury goods, Phil Swiss bank accounts, and put down descent.

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 Czech museum to return original Beethoven score to heirs

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 5 d ago

Czech museum to return original Beethoven score to heirs

"A musical manuscript handwritten by Ludwig van Beethoven is being returned to its original owners. Beethoven composed the 6 movements sprinkled in B flat major in 1825 to 26, as part of his work on a series of quartets commissioned by a Russian prince. The manuscript became the possession of one of the richest families in pre World War II Czechoslovakia, the family lost it to the Nazis when they had to flee check as the Vaca to escape the Holocaust. The moravian museum in the Czech city of Bernard has had the original script for more than 80 years. The museum put the score on display for the first time this week in anticipation of handing it over to its rightful owners. The museum said a restitution law and property stolen by German Nazis made the return possible. Curator Simona sin la rova said the whole story reflects the history of Central Europe in the last 200 years. I'm

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How Modern Russia Is Mimicking Post WW2 Tensions

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:18 min | Last week

How Modern Russia Is Mimicking Post WW2 Tensions

"What we're dealing with is the speech by west and Churchill, what is known as the iron curtain speech it was actually the title sinews of peace, but it's known for the iron curtain and by the very famous words that Winston Churchill used as showing the iron curtain had fallen across Eastern Europe, and that was under Russian control. One of the things that is said in the speech and I want to bring it up because if you fast forward from when the speech was given 1946 in Fulton, Missouri, to now, one of the things that he mentioned in his speech is that Russia would be very concerned about his western border at the time because of Germany and others, but that is very the same thing that Putin and many of the Russian leaders have been mimicking for years about NATO, Putin has decided to invade Ukraine. He's decided to annex Crimea. There's so many things. And he did so with the very much of the effect of saying we do not want to see NATO expanded because for lack of a better term, we view NATO as a threat to our country. And so what was happening now was very much mimicked right after the World War II when we heard this speech to begin with.

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Setting the Stage for a World on the Brink of War

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:11 min | Last week

Setting the Stage for a World on the Brink of War

"The stage worldwide. Worldwide, we have Iran, North Korea, we have China. We have Russia. We have the terrorist groups in the Middle East. We have war constantly in Ethiopia. Some of the African nations, we have a war in Ukraine right now with Russia, a lot is unsettled on the world stage. And a lot for probably one of the first time since World War II, we're seeing this on sadness leading us closer and closer to conflict. When you look at what North Korea is doing with their nuclear testing, which they just tested and ICBM, which if given the right range and given the proper aerodynamic, could reach the United States. Again, could they actually pull it off? Still remains to be seen. But they're testing on a much quicker and higher note. You've got China who is taking the South China Sea, being very aggressive towards Taiwan, being aggressive toward the neighbors around. Again, just sort of seemingly pushing the envelope. When recently with President Biden, and also, frankly, it was an interesting with freer Trudeau. Justin Trudeau with the Canadian prime minister was very aggressive over what he believed was a leaking of their conversations to the media. And he was very abrupt in how he confronted that. As you go forward. So again, China flexing its muscles on the stage. I think China feels like they're with the American pullback, which we saw again in Obama. We're seeing it again in the Biden administration that there is an opening for China to assert its anonymous. Iran Iran is just Iran. And the human rights violations are still the greatest funder of terrorism in the Middle East. And they have their outlets of regimes Hezbollah and others who carry out their wishes and this is just who Iran is. It's been a destabilizing force in the Middle East for a long time.

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Mike Pompeo: Head of Teacher’s Union Is the ‘Most Dangerous'

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:52 min | 2 weeks ago

Mike Pompeo: Head of Teacher’s Union Is the ‘Most Dangerous'

"Actually has a very good point here, as I pointed out and wrote this a couple of years ago back in 2019 and my book culture Jihad. That the radical leftists were actually using our nation's public education system to advance their radical agenda. So in essence, the reason why our country has changed so radically over such a short amount of time is because of the indoctrination that's happening inside our public school classrooms. Now many moms and dads, you weren't aware. You had plenty of stuff to do. I mean, you send your kids just like grandma and grandpa and great grandpa and great grandpa. You sent your kids to school and they had a school marm a teacher and you learned your lessons. You learned how to add and subtract and you learn how to read and write, you learned about dissecting a frog. Little boys went to shop class and they learned how to change tires and change the oil and how to build shelves and little girls learn how to make delicious pancakes and waffles with blueberries on top. That's how life was in America. And you know what? We won world wars. When we had an education system like that. And if you made a mistake, you screwed up. It wasn't the teacher's fault. You got your butt spanked in the school, and then you got it twice as hard, once you got home. And guess what? Generations of American boys and girls grew up, they became patriots. They became hardworking taxpayers, respectable citizens, and community leaders. And they'll do that anymore. Now you go to school, your poor kid comes home, and then let me know what their pronouns are. So I think Pompeo is right here when he says that the most dangerous person in the world is the leader of the teacher's union right here in the United States of America.

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Rep. Chip Roy: The Terrible Recruitment Efforts for Our Military

The Dan Bongino Show

02:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Rep. Chip Roy: The Terrible Recruitment Efforts for Our Military

"Congressman the Chinese Communist Party has to be saying to themselves gosh we are so lucky to have such a potentially incompetent enemies in this government over there I mean they're not doing any of this It's almost as if they could have intentionally infected us with this woke virus to create a substandard military I mean think about all the things you know are going on right now at our military Our nuclear triads falling apart we have a shipyard shortage So if we God forbid there was a national emergency and we needed to build more ships we barely have the capability to do it Our fighter aircraft are way behind schedule We can't figure out a way to get pilots anymore I mean these are just we can't recruit our army recruiting guidelines fell short The numbers As you said I mean the list goes on and on If I had a few minutes on the phone I could go through more and just research them These are real problems It's not as if Russia just invaded Ukraine and China is threatening across the straight either I mean this is a serious time requiring serious people And meanwhile the United States Army puts out a recruitment video that's focuses on a little girl raised with two moms who joined the military to find her inner strength and shatter some stereotypes In Pride Month the air force tweeted an image of an air man surrounded by a rainbow flag There was no American flag in the image Now compare that to the posters from World War II with Uncle Sam patriotic I want you Sacrificing Rosie the riveter All the things that this country has done and all the people have done And coming together over our differences figuring out how to make sure that we're integrating and doing the things we ought to do And not ostracizing individuals But having a culture of achievement the rallies around freedom and the American flag and isn't a woke indoctrination social engineering camp which is what it's become And I want to be very clear Republicans are just as guilty because we fund it We don't demand that they stop it and we do it because well chip what else are we going to do I'll tell you what you do Use the power to burst to tell those SOBs to stop screwing up our military so that we can defend this country

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Carl Jackson: If We Want to Save America, We Have to Stay and Fight

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:14 min | 2 weeks ago

Carl Jackson: If We Want to Save America, We Have to Stay and Fight

"Instead of encouraging people to get married and to have babies and instead of encouraging women not to kill their unborn babies, the answer to America's population problem is more illegal immigration. Well, what about the population problem that will occur in the countries that they left? Fascinating what the left does. And guys, listen, call your congressman call your senators. I know that we were all hoping to get a break. But if we're going to save America, we've got to stay in this fight. Listen, our soldiers and World War I World War II Vietnam, the Korean War, the Iraq War, Afghanistan, war. They didn't get to rest. The Civil War, the Revolutionary War, they didn't get to rest. Neither do we, and we don't have to take up arms. Thank God to do it. So we have to stay in this fight and right now. God, I wish the Republicans would do something eventually. I've praying to God we get a simple supermajority one day and we will do something about this lame duck session because the left is gonna do all that they can to cram legislation down our throats while they can. These people don't play by the rules. Republicans want to play nice. It isn't gonna work.

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Winter Warning to Biden Administration, Energy Shortages Ahead

Mark Levin

01:16 min | 3 weeks ago

Winter Warning to Biden Administration, Energy Shortages Ahead

"I want to underscore this we touched on it earlier but now there's more information From our Friends at what watts up with that It's a great sight Winter warning to Biden administration New England energy shortages ahead By Robert Bradley junior natural gas shortages and reliability concerns in New England on either short term nor unanticipated ISO New England and the federal energy regulatory commission have for many months called attention to the very real reliability issues that are likely to face the region in the coming winter months due to insufficient supply of natural gas The New England power plants generated an estimated 4.18 million metric tons of CO2 and January 2022 up from 2.77 metric tons With a region's heavier reliance on oil accounting for most of the difference In other words because they're not getting enough natural gas Government intervention creates emergencies and shortages unlike self interested transactions when a true free market This was true a century ago where World War I planning and it remains true today

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Malcolm Nance Discusses the Wayward Ukraninan Missle Hit on Poland

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:38 min | 3 weeks ago

Malcolm Nance Discusses the Wayward Ukraninan Missle Hit on Poland

"This was obviously a huge relief this morning. The missile that hit Poland was probably a stray fired by Ukraine's air defense and not a Russian strike according to Poland and NATO. Yesterday, obviously easing concerns of an escalation. Just give us your thoughts. Well, first, you know, I've been in that relatively immediate area of where that strike. Where that missile exploded. A lot of activities were along the Polish Ukrainian border. And I did training out in that area, and we were under constant air raid alert. Constant air raid alert. And you know, these missiles take hours to fly to their targets. And they have to fly through several air defense zones. And each air defense zone, you know, has its own air control radars, air detection radars, and its batteries of surface to air missiles. And when you come into an area like where this hit, which is northwest of the city of lviv, those missiles had to have flown hundreds of miles to get there, right? To FYI you when they shoot those hypersonic missiles off of these bombers over western Russia, it's a 17 hour car drive from one end of Ukraine to the other. So it's a very long missile flight, even at three, 400 mph. It takes some time. So the air defense systems are waiting for you, right? And they try to engage you as far away as possible. In a 360° protective circle. And sometimes like this one, I suspect the missile went up, went to the east, tracked on the cruise missile, and one of them may even have destroyed the cruise missile, but they launch in Paris generally. Yeah. And the other one was tracking it as it went west and it just went stupid as we call it. And crashed into Poland. I'm glad that they're, you know, Russia didn't lose its mind and didn't try to do anything deliberately. I'm glad that it wasn't an accident. Because we need to tone down this whole, let's go to World War three stuff. Yeah. Because Ukraine, you know, was attacked by Russia. We all know that. But there's no need to really want to escalate. And then Ukraine is. I mean, when I heard this yesterday, I was like, ah, Putin's invaded Poland. Where does that sound familiar? I mean, because at first, you know, you didn't know what it was. So yeah, you're right. It's a relief,

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Mark Levin: No, We're Not Going to WWIII

Mark Levin

00:53 sec | 3 weeks ago

Mark Levin: No, We're Not Going to WWIII

"I want to tell some of my young friends in the media No we're not going to have World War three right now In no article 5 under the NATO agreement is not going to be triggered Read it The missile that landed in Poland and killed two pole citizens As much as I despise Putin and what he's doing it's obviously a missed shot It's a misfire Because he hit nothing basically I mean he killed two people but it didn't hit anything In any significance it went slightly over the border Because he was missile happy today Putin was fired him off Left and right I think he fired 90th So you're hearing people say World War three it's not going to happen

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Zelenskyy: Battle for Kherson was D-Day-like watershed

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 3 weeks ago

Zelenskyy: Battle for Kherson was D-Day-like watershed

"Ukraine's president has likened the recapture of the southern city of curzon to the allied landings in France on D-Day in World War II saying both were watersheds on the road to eventual victory Speaking via video link to a group of 20 summit in Indonesia volodymyr zelensky called Ukraine's retaking of person reminiscent of many battles in the past which became turning points for example D-Day the landing of the allies in Normandy He adds D-Day was not yet a final point in the fight against evil but it had already determined the entire further course of events This is exactly what we Ukrainians are feeling now I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Jennifer Horn and Carl Jackson Discuss the GOP's Prospects

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:49 min | 3 weeks ago

Jennifer Horn and Carl Jackson Discuss the GOP's Prospects

"Right now is a guy who knows Florida knows Donald Trump knows we're on desantis Carl Jackson is here host of the Carl Jackson show heard in Orlando Florida and of course you hear him all the time on Salem radio, one of our best colleagues and host you can follow him at Carl Jackson show on Twitter and Carl, thanks for being with us today on America first. Thank you, Dan. I appreciate you having me on. And now this is going to be an interesting one because we know Donald Trump is jumping in and we hear. Chris Christie talking about the independence that he's going to turn off and that perhaps maybe someone like Iran desantis is better suited. I would contend Carl that there aren't a lot of moderates independent. I almost feel like they're kind of like the unicorn. Everybody is so divided. Everybody has such strong opinions right now. And I believe what happened to our friendly older, it doesn't matter who you are. If you have a Republican buy your name, they're going to come after you. I don't know if you're Trump or just say it to whoever you are. They're coming for you. Yeah, honestly, this is why Jen, when we get in power, the Republican Party, we need to willpower. I mean, it's just simple as that, listen, I don't think that Trump is a liability to the GOP, that's a bunch of nonsense. I defer a little bit in where I don't, I didn't like the tag to desantis. I think this is the time to be united and not divided unless they do get into a primary. But I'll say this. I want Trump to be the next president. And I'll tell you, I'll tell you why. Foreign policy is that no one's talking about that. But for God's sakes, we're damn near and World War three, Trump was able to curtail Xi Jinping, the guy in North Korea, I don't know why his name escapes me right now. Kim Jong-un. Thank you. Kim Jong-un, the world has gone to hell in a handbasket without him in office. He did things that were, he was very good when it comes to when it comes to foreign policy. I

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Dallas air show collision kills 6; authorities working to ID victims, officials say

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 weeks ago

Dallas air show collision kills 6; authorities working to ID victims, officials say

"World War II planes collided Saturday during a Dallas air show according to officials the collision happened at the commemorative air force wings over Dallas show when a Boeing B-17 flying fortress and a bell P 63 king cobra collided and crashed to the ground in a fireball both World War II planes belonged to the commemorative air force a nonprofit organization CEO Hank Coates says the planes are flown by volunteers These guys do very thorough training They have a lot of minimums after meeting criteria They have to meet so this

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Lisa Boothe: The Importance & Origins of Veterans Day

The Dan Bongino Show

01:13 min | 3 weeks ago

Lisa Boothe: The Importance & Origins of Veterans Day

"Look at the fact that it's Veterans Day And I just want to take a little bit of time to talk about Veterans Day why this day is important Why we need to honor a veterans even beyond just one day I mean my God you've got a bunch of people men and women who are willing to lay down their lives for the country we give them a day And Pride Month Pride Month is in our month That seems pretty insane to me But so Veterans Day was originally called Armistice Day and it was commemorating commemorating the end of World War I That's how it started And for that reason November 11th 1918 was largely considered the end of the war to end all wars So that's originally the origins of it and then Congress signed so that's kind of the origins of it with November 11th being Veterans Day But what I wanted to talk about and then of course we know every November 11th at Arlington national cemetery the Veterans Day national cemetery commences around 11 a.m. Aretha's laid at the tomb of the unknowns celebrating her veterans honoring or veterans as well

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Section of destroyed shuttle Challenger found on ocean floor

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

Section of destroyed shuttle Challenger found on ocean floor

"NASA's confirming that a large square of debris buried on the ocean floor comes from the Space Shuttle Challenger More than three decades after the challenger exploded killing all 7 people on board including teacher Christa McAuliffe a section of the spacecraft has been detected on the ocean floor not far from cape canaveral It's at least 15 by 15 ft² but it could be larger because some is buried in the sand A NASA manager who confirmed the authenticity says of course the emotions come back the debris was spotted by divers looking for wreckage of a World War II plane roughly 118 tons of pieces from the challenger have been recovered The history channel on November 22nd will air a documentary on the finding I'm Jackie Quinn

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"world war" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

04:29 min | Last month

"world war" Discussed on Fore Play

"And then he was always trying to upsell them for like a lava cake at the end. We would always call him like lava cake pen and we would hear we'd be in there having a beard something and he'd be on the phone with like misses Smith and by the way, you know, 6 95 we're doing those lava cakes. You want a lot of cake. Yeah, we'd be like, yeah. Dude, they wear many hats, man. Professional golf Bros wear many, many, many hats. They have to hang up the photograph. We got another one, boys. They're gonna deal with a lot of bullshit. So much bullshit and all of these jobs. So yeah, we get it. We gotta do a show soon behind the greens podcast against it. We haven't done one of those yet. I also want to, these pros specifically in the northeast, and I'm sure everywhere this is more me living in a bubble, but I know on Long Island these guys, all these pros playing these tournaments and Dan, you probably know more about it. Like these like pro met events are so fucking intense, where it's pro verse pro and they show up. There's like cheating scandals. There's like a huge cheating scandal. They caught someone. Oh yeah, that was a crazy one. I actually have a funny story about that, but yeah, I went to that guy. I went to that guy's like, he was like my teacher for a second, but yeah, it was crazy. Do you disavow him? I just don't know the whole story. I haven't even talked to him about it. I don't smart diplomatic. Don't know the whole story, but from what I've heard, it was pretty crazy with you. You want to shoot here, you know? Pulling balls out of pulling balls out of the bunkers and using different balls. I could be using like a Titleist too, and then on the green, while the guys were waiting, there was a title four rolled up and it's just like what's happening right now.

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"world war" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

04:46 min | Last month

"world war" Discussed on Fore Play

"I'll issue my apology today instead of next episode on behalf of to all the pros and professionals in the game of golf, I will issue an apology. I do not disrespect your job. I actually like many of you. I would say that I was trying to put supers on a pedestal that they deserve. And we need to put a spotlight on these guys because they do work in the dark and I think that you guys took the shrapnel from that because I had to compare one versus the other. But yeah, love my PGA professionals. I actually think I heard Frankie call you guys shirt folders before I never said but I can't remember exactly.

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"world war" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

05:36 min | Last month

"world war" Discussed on Fore Play

"I get like you would think that we've made our mark enough that, but yeah, I don't know, I guess, I guess you have the perfect oceans just keep churning everything up and like eventually it's just all gone in a billion years. It's just gone. What if Mars used to be earth and like they had people in fucking cities and now it's so such a barren waste on that we look at it as like, oh, we're going to send this rover there and see if we can turn the camera on and what we can see on the ground. We're going to take a little pieces of sand and see if there's water that used to be here billions of years ago. Like that could just be what earth turns into. It's like we have no idea where I'm supposed to be here. Right, when you're talking about a scale. When you're talking about a scale of billions of years and I think you said that the Mars stuff was two and a half billion years ago or whatever .5 billion. There's no telling what anything would look like because it's just an unbelievable amount of time. Did you see what happens? When we talked about that earth destroying asteroid that's coming towards us, did you see what happens? Do you see what happens when one of those things hits the ground? I've seen movies. Yeah. But there's like a simulation that's been going around on Twitter and Instagram where it's like this is what would happen if a planet killer hit us and it was like the comet was like the size of the Empire State Building from like left to right like the width of it and it just fucking hit in the middle of the earth and it just fucking the whole place just gets torched on fire. It's just a wave of just fire. So just everything's gone. It's gone immediately. Like in a blink of an eye, good night, thanks for coming. I'd prefer a blink of the eye, then, you know, in the movies they always show the tidal wave come in or whatever. I'd rather just bang bang, a play at the plate. I want to get sappy on you guys for a second. All right, well, I got to get out of here. I got to catch it for the sapphire real quick. Did you get did you watch the news? Did you watch the new war movie on Netflix? It was like all this quiet on the western front? No, but it keeps popping around that book. Bro, you know, we talk about a lot of our problems. The life of a fucking young man during World War I and World War II was fucking insane. Yeah, we're very lucky. They didn't have enough socks. So they would get like fucking games. Like rats eating their boys. Yeah, it's just, that was their life was to like and they thought they were going in for like honor for Germany and like integrity and they were gonna come back and be these like noble like young men and all the women were gonna come in there like they're like you're gonna go in there you're gonna get it and they're all fucking excited they're putting on their uniforms and then they just get thrown into the western front and they're in these trenches and they're like what the fuck is this now? Like first second he gets shot and like off the top of his helmet like what? There's bombs here. There's fucking tanks like we're just here to die and then this is history so I'm not fucking spoiled. 3 million people die for a hundred meters

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"world war" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

01:35 min | Last month

"world war" Discussed on Fore Play

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"world war" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

Veterans Chronicles

05:41 min | 2 months ago

"world war" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

"Welcome to veterans chronicles, I'm Greg Columbus. Our guest in this edition is Bruce Henderson. He is the author of the acclaimed sons and soldiers, the untold story of the Jews who escaped the Nazis and returned with the U.S. Army to fight Hitler. That's the book that made the world aware of the Richie boys, who immersed themselves in the details of the German military and became extremely effective interrogators of German prisoners of war in the European theater. Mister Henderson is now the author of a related work from the Pacific theater of World War II. It's entitled bridge to the sun, the secret role of Japanese Americans who fought in the Pacific in World War II.

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"world war" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"world war" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"Nineteen eighteen both sides in world war one were exhausted and spent on september twenty ninth. The bulgarian signed an armistice with the allies. On october thirtieth. The ottoman empire had surrendered in a november third. The austrian-hungarian empire had signed their own armistice. Germany was the last remaining central power facing the allies with all other opponents vanquished. Everything could now be aimed at germany. The americans who are relatively fresh had only been in the war for about a year and provided needed relief in men equipment and funding for the british and the french while the frontlines had mostly been a stalemate at least on the western front for the duration of the war. the allies were amassing for a new offensive. The germans having been economically socially weakened from years of war suffering from the spanish flu pandemic of that year and now alone was at its end for over a month. The germans had seen the writing on the wall on september. Twenty ninth the day. That bulgaria surrendered the german. High command notified. Kaiser wilhelm that the situation was hopeless on november third a mutiny of sailors and the german port city of kiel led to a revolution that quickly swept through the german government on november. Eighth a train. Consisting of five cars crossed from germany into france to begin negotiations on november ninth revolution that began in kiel resulted in the abdication of the kaiser on november tenth. The german negotiators in france were informed of the advocation and were given instructions to agree to ever terms would end the conflict at five forty five in the morning i november eleventh armistice was signed agreeing that all conflict would end at eleven. Am that left. Five hours and fifteen minutes between when the cessation of hostilities was agreed upon and when fighting was supposed to stop. If this had happened today almost all parties involved would be notified almost instantly however communication in one thousand nine hundred wasn't as fisted. The announcement was made publicly at nine. Am in paris and at ten twenty am in london. Most of the front line forces had received the notification and had ceased fighting the moment they received the news but not all of them believe it or not many artillery units kept a firing after they received the news because they didn't have to deal with leftover inventory in the event that the armistice should fall apart many allied officers didn't want to let up. Police they give up ground. They wanted to push the fighting as close as possible to the appointed time at eleven am but not violate and this was especially true of the american forces just to give you an idea the last shell fired by the us navy's long railway guns were shot at ten fifty seven and thirty seconds. Am it was time such at the last. Shell would land gist behind enemy lines before the clock struck eleven the last british soldier today's was george edwin ellison of the fifth royal irish lancers at nine thirty. Am he was on a.

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"world war" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"world war" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"At the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month of nineteen eighteen the great war the war to end all wars came to an end in the preceding four and a half years in four months the world saw the greatest bloodletting in history up until that point even after the announcement of the armistice. The war continued for several hours during that brief window. Thousands of soldiers died one in particular died in the very last minute of the war. Learn more about sergeant. Henry gunther the last soldier to die in world. War one and this episode of everything everywhere. Daily this episode is sponsored by audible dot com. My audio book recommendation. Today is the guns of august by barbara tuchman in this pulitzer prize..

"world war" Discussed on The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast

The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"world war" Discussed on The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast

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"world war" Discussed on The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast

The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"world war" Discussed on The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast

"So it's a funny way to create sort of pseudo villain where he's so authoritative and indifferent world. He would. That would be fantastic. Because the lord lord of the seas you you want that but with this some shroud over him. it's it's kind of creepy scary chris. Diamond topples is the voice of steve. Trevor injustice society world war. Two i think steve. Trevor embodies that sort of archetypal hero position. And what's great about. That is that he's well aware of and loves the fact that he's actually in the shadow of the main hero and he loves and even calls steve. Trevor calls himself wonder woman's boyfriend he calls it out as a badge of honor. His mindset is resolute that we can't sit out the. us cannot sit on the sidelines. And watch hitler. And the nazis march through poland march through europe take russia and and do nothing and so in the beginning of the film. Steve trevor is Passionately speaking to the president to roosevelt. Saying we gotta do something. And i think i know what to and effectively what what's happening is he mentions that. So steve trevor mentions that hitler is fascinated with the occult and has his his nazis going all over the globe looking for ancient artifacts and the president says to him. Will you know if you want to stop them from doing this. Do you have in mind. Who is going to help us with this. And steve. trevor. Of course knows exactly who's going to call upon. Its wonder w- jeffrey arman voices the adviser injustice society world war two the adviser. Charles halstead is working. Very closely with aquaman and he is a manipulator. He is Span golly of sorts so that brought me to a place of you know sort of liquid kind of language and enjoyment of language but also enjoyment of pushing his voice into the other person's body on being bad. it's always fun to play a villain. It's always fun to play somebody. Who's who's directing others to do his bidding his or her bidding. So it's the kind of role that you can lean into more which is which as opposed to a hero which takes more of an upright stance. This guy is revelling in the shadows and watching his plans. Come to fruition more dc entertainment on the case. Stay tuned back with more. Dc animation and live action. Conversation on the case here's more on voicing the flash for palmer. I love playing the flash. I love his impulsivity. I love his his energy. I mean it's like he's a just had a red ball. He just had several caffeinated beverages. He so he there's an enthusiasm about him. There's a witness about him..

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"world war" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"world war" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

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"world war" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"world war" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Steve. Trevor embodies that sort of archetypal hero position. And what's great about. That is that he's well aware of and loves the fact that in the shadow of the main hero and he loves and even calls steve. Trevor calls himself wonder woman's boyfriend he calls it out as a badge of honor. His mindset is resolute that we can't sit out the. us cannot sit on the sidelines. And watch hitler. And the nazis march through poland march through europe take russia and and do nothing and so in the beginning of the film. Steve trevor is Passionately speaking to the president to roosevelt. Saying we gotta do something. And i think i know what to and effectively what what's happening is he mentions that. So steve trevor mentions that hitler is fascinated with the occult and has his nazis going all over the globe looking for ancient artifacts and the president says to him. Will you know if you want to stop them from doing this. Do you have in mind. Who is going to help us with this. And steve. trevor. Of course knows exactly who's going to call upon. Its wonder jeffrey arman voices. The adviser injustice society world war two the adviser charles halstead is working. Very closely with aquaman and he is a manipulator. He is Span golly of sorts. So that brought me to a place of you know sort of liquid kind of language and enjoyment of language but also enjoyment of pushing his voice into the other person's body on being bad. It's always fun to play a villain. It's always fun to play somebody. Who's who's directing others to do his bidding his or her bidding. So it's the kind of role that you can lean into more which is which as opposed to a hero which takes more of an upright stance. This guy is revelling in the shadows and watching his plans. Come to fruition more dc entertainment on the case. Stay tuned back with more dc animation and live action conversation on the case. Here's more on voicing the flash for palmer. I love playing the flash. I love his impulsivity. I love his his energy..

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"world war" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"world war" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Period. Piece superhero matt bomer. You remember once voice. Superman is now voicing the flash flashes challenges in this particular film are that he really is a fish out of water. He suddenly finds himself and these extraordinary circumstances. He doesn't really understand where he is or what's going on and the rabbit hole only gets deeper as he goes on top of that. He's trying to ingratiate himself to the justice society of america. Who basically see him as an interloper. They don't really know what's going on with him. And take on to me. One of the scariest Foes possible not only the nazi army but Someone who's ultimately controlling them called the adviser who has the ability of mind control so the odds are released stacked against him from the get. Go down i had. She gives her thoughts on ww. I feel at this stage. I wonder woman is a part of the zeitgeist. I mean. I grew up with some of the reruns of the old wonder woman tv show so i feel like a combination of the tv. Show the film that just recently came out along with all of the other sort of online and and comic book versions and televised versions of the character. Just have made it very much a part of my growing up and my consciousness so Very familiar ultimately. I feel like almost every girl in the northwestern quadrant of earth is familiar with wonder woman and probably has it as a beacon of Possibility for her. And that sort of superhero warrior. Ask way you know. Liam mcintyre voices. That king of atlantis akwa man in justice society. World war two. So how does akwa man sound in this version. We'll developing the voice for was For a team effort we sort of sat down and sort of worked out was he kingly mercy very regal and no legno sort of decrees everywhere sort of thing but some based on the character going with he's not he's not that version of comment so he he's go to mid-atlantic which seemed appropriate for an atlantan And you know sort of straddling that line between american and british and but still with a with an authoritative kind of presence which is kind of darkened by the full sitting on top of him. That's kind of guiding him but it was important to not telegraph that he was he was under control or anything like that. So yeah just just finding this powerful but not to the blonde voice that sort of sits in between england in america and what about his attitude the attitude that i choose for man. He's i mean he's a god king essentially you know so he's He's always in control He's always the lost would on everything so he has a certain expectation to to be right to be definitive to be listened to so to to give imbuing with that sort of powerful energy. Which again is fascinating. Because he doesn't realize that the choices making may not be the choices he would make if he was freedom to make those choices. So it's a funny way to create sort of pseudo villain where he's so authoritative and indifferent world. He would. That would be fantastic. Because the lord lord of the sees you you want that but with this some shroud over him. it's it's kind of creepy scary chris. Diamond topples is the voice of steve. Trevor injustice society world war. Two.

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"world war" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

Strange Brew Podcast!

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"world war" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

"I just want to to alex to enjoy this. If it gets too serious as we're playing austin gonna funny my only friend. I poke in the picture house and loved him till the end. I had a venus flytrap on my window sill and he flies that came in my room on my cheese. One by pleased on on my cheese bug. Cut your head off visit blockchain chainsaw. This all ended sooner. Envy micro my mouth on the jim to do this. But then my father broke it and it damaged all his face ridiculous so ridiculous all right so the guinness more in the mood for the world war. We're going to listen. Some of the most terrifying sounds that soldiers would here during the war. And these guys. This is from a video. I found youtube. You can look it up the most terrible. Tim sounds of war and has got his a very good job. So i broke it down to the most the most terrifying one so check this shit out. It's fucked up infamous via one rocket. That's what happened in more sitting there. S you don't play train noise. And who so as the flying bomb buzzbomb the doodlebug and through the v. one was developed from moscow. Tara boming against london but when the v. One reached.

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"world war" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"world war" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Hi this is tony tomato and welcome to bite here on the sf t podcast network and so parenting an apocalypse. It's it's not the same way that we would do. You know how it works. Any views usually two to four minutes long but sometimes they can be a little longer story when you when you live long enough all kinds of strange things happen you very right in saying that the greek heroes where the original superheroes in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion as we look at justice society world war two with matt bomer. You remember once voice. Superman is now voicing the flash. The flashes challenges in this particular film are that he really is a fish out of water. He suddenly finds himself and these extraordinary circumstances. He doesn't really understand where he is or what's going on and the rabbit hole only gets deeper as he goes on top of that. He's trying to ingratiate himself to the justice society of america. Who basically see him as an interloper. They don't really know what's going on with him. And take on to me. One of the scariest Foes possible not only the nazi army but Someone who's ultimately controlling them called the adviser who has the ability of mind control so the are released stacked against him from the get-go here's more invoicing the flash for matt. I love playing the flash. I love his impulsivity. I love his his energy. I mean it's like he's just had a red ball. He just had several caffeinated beverages. He's just so he there's an enthusiasm about him. There's a witness about him. There's His his witticisms has jokes. Little one liners and his ability to have a little bit of a sense of humor no matter no matter how serious and scary the situation as almost as a coping mechanism. I love that. I love the fact that he's romantic and that he's just you know somebody who really a as the character has always been somebody who really wants to help. He's there to really try to help. In whatever circumstances and help in whatever way he can and i think that's a really admirable qualities. Well this story really hit him. I was really moved by this story. I thought the characters were all really developed. Which is very hard to do when you're dealing with team. Everybody had a really specific voice and a really specific journey over the course of the film so it was very emotional film as well and also very romantic film I think the fact that berry has come to this world and seeing this romance between wonder woman and steve and realized that time is so precious and that we always put off till tomorrow the things we could do today and really live every moment like it's our last is something. He brings back to his earth. Justice society world war two is available wherever you get your digital content per byte. This is tony to lana..

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"world war" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"world war" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

"Which kind of sucks. Because i really liked. This wonder woman. And i'm like man we're we're not gonna get. This wonder woman that yeah. It'll be interesting if they actually bring the same woman back to voice their wonder woman on like berry in clark's earth our prime so called earth for the animated continuity and and just got to play her a little different you know because she's not in the nineteen forties and she's on this world this this time. What has she been up to in this time so that that would be interesting to see but So what. I actually heard. 'cause i haven't watched it yet. The commanding short it's actually there's a dc I saw the showcase. Your i haven't watched it either. I have not watched it. It's commanding showcase and in. I heard in that short. He is tasked with going in the past two superman so the idea i think is that actually that is command. Be going to superman. The short actually connects is what i heard. I haven't i haven't watched it. But yeah so. Flash finds out there on another earth and doctor. Fate is the code. And it's the bermuda triangle but he's also they called him crazy lunatic he's a psychotic and obviously he seems that way The castle the fortress. It's pretty messed up. I mean there's there's dead bodies in cells they have the young boy chained up who's Appears to be community of yeah and doctor fate. He's chained up he's strapped to a chair and he's got like bloody scars on his body like he's he's been tortured but he's also like talking. He's saying things like having a conversation with himself we know that he's like conversing with nebiu in his head. Because putting on the helmet and different different continuities makes the crazy because of the knowledge that ambu possesses so like. He's arguing with nebiu and he's like no i will not tell them about the league and Like he knows flashes from another at and that actually gives flashed the idea when he goes back later to talk to superman about teaming up. I love it. I love that superman black absolutely like the two biggest heart. Yes you now. On the league to begin with because know that the league is coming from a good place if flash and superman are it's like two founders two main outreach team and says he meets baked bearpark superman on this earth your the most selfless person i know. And he's like yeah. This is different earth. We also learned that the speed force and this is what i put. My notes is interesting. That the speech or two speedsters both people from the speed force one of them. And i'm like is that because one a different earth. It'd be very interesting when we get like say kid. Black or in the other speedsters on the main earth The how ba- fresh They go that route now. This is the part okay. So after this again. The submarine really cool. And this is the arrest light the movie and it changes and it's a little jarring at bert because it's world war chew. I wanna see them. Fighting nazi ground level troops that kind of stuff and like we we lose the nazis. Can we lose the world war two element ear because they go to munich rangel and they go to rain tapes. We see in soldiers. We have a great scene of diana against shot up or boob infighting in water. Yeah that's pretty awesome. And the iranian soldiers that mr freeze don't know why but that's what i thought of them. They're blue with red eyes and they have last domes like why are lantin. Swearing underwater suits and So it was just me. Art man king arthur of atlanta's Okay that's interesting too. You know because we know like in normal times wonder woman's like immortal but she ages different than having arthur as himself now superman. We're making our way for this errors. Firstly this earth too now that we know earthy you And so he has this adviser. Did you take the advisories now. I think it's psycho irate. it was. It was something like brian bell messaging and stuff and he said he size somewhere. Because you also. I thought it was. Maybe us fouts listed as anybody in real at the end. There's a quandary races. He just disappears so i feel like that's going to be an ongoing thing. That was interesting. Because you has arthur. Arthur arthur psychic. Basically you know locked ourselves. They're mine euros. Up and atlantis now has been attack surface world because they're in league with Arthur's has And i was like okay. But that's just got me darling. Because there's not even any nazis there's no like nazis in atlanta's or nothing if this guy is a nazi and he's using his powers to further to try and win the war using using atlanta's atlanta's technology.

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"world war" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

08:34 min | 1 year ago

"world war" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

"Anyways so battisson romy but receipt superman's having a battle with brainiac. That was cool because what she said. I super excited. Because they're superman from a the man smarts right there brew a were the same voice actor same costume. Same look of the character so kind of interesting though him having one of is huge villains being the beginning and end the book. End of this of this movie on you. Thank you that was that was my thought was. It wasn't a huge fighting inner gang or like a logo. Or you know metallica. Where somebody somebody. Yeah something like that really. Okay cool brain. Ian so they must have been like our guys. We're just you take brainiac. Well are they taken brainiac off the table or just like giving you a taste of brainiac because we know that doesn't stop brainiac doesn't and he's always got preparations or for any outcome for any any win or loss truth it was. It was shock. Really yeah and he has a quick interaction up. Brainiac gets to end the help and you can do this. And take a bring Night beloit and takes that and then it was really cool. Way was the book enters speedwork and ends up in world war. Two like exciting throwing is like even says were mine and it's yeah he does. He doesn't know where he is right away. And i mean as soon as he as soon as he disappears and the colorful light show is done because the inside of speed force look trigon awesome. I thought it was pretty cool. Yeah we did see doctor fate telling him to follow his voice so he he ran towards doctor fate and then the next thing we get is a scene in or torn france where the germans are attacking this village and and be get the. Jsa wonder woman and a couple of them. I don't think everybody shows. I think it's just wonder woman in the flash comes out of speed horse there and wonder woman takes him or an enemy. Black canary shows up Well this wonder woman she's very She's very gung ho. She's she's very bad ass she She's incredibly strong. She's incredibly powerful. A thing she does in this movie like like she is she's number one and now near like wonder do really into her or look love the designer shield you loved. Her voice said she should have a exotic different type of voice and the only thing she says she didn't like was there her boots more ills. But she's getting as the time. I just don't feel right. We get dinah lance showing up at black canary once again. Electrolyte did not like her pirate boots. I did like her character. She kind of had the black leather. She had like bray pants as opposed to fish nets and she had an old school domino mask. I like that. It was really cool. And she's there to guard flash and lashkar's people in trouble. She tells them there. In france he runs off and e saves people in a really awesome action sequence in air awesome. It's if you pay attention basically maneuvers everyone. So that they're not. Even the nazis in a are not like a win. It's over there. Everyone goes down knowing hit by boats. Yeah he really does a Because of how fast he's going a minimal effort is required because of the transfer of energy. From how fast. He's going so he just has to touch them like he just touches them against the head like blast guy. Everything happened in an instant He punches act. It doesn't even hit but just the inertia through the air. The energy transfer through the air from his fist sends guy flying had urged into into a brick wall. And might i add like this is world war. Two in and these people wonder woman kills a lot of these guides and brutally breaks legs and labs like kick some serious but But the thing. I thought was really awesome about e the action there was like last action sequence. We saw flash against a whole bunch of bullets was flashpoint and like the bullets are out there but like the flashes going so fast that early everything is frozen in place when he's doing what he's doing but in this one when he moves like he's not moving at top speed where everything's frozen in place but everything is actually still moving at a much reduced rate. So when he closes in he end. They're firing at him like he's still actually has to bowl a dodge and move out of the way because the guys they're still firing bullets are still coming at him and so he actually has to maneuver around the bullets. You see them actually moving and like he actually has to make actual turns and stuff while it's all happening. Yeah i said most of the time we get super speed. Most things are frozen in place. Everything was on the move in nazi but it was really also. I really enjoyed the way the say i love that. Oh an incredibly smart. When steve trevor's plane is going down the wingspan the trajectory the speed. The velocity whatever is like. he's not gonna make it takes off and a flash be haven't seen that a flash especially a show. I think because. Joe i think what they because of the nature of the show a minimize our heroes have to give certain thanks to our psyche. Here's some stuff given the intelligence should have they make cisco for teller to give bounce or harris.

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"world war" Discussed on The Toasty Podcast

The Toasty Podcast

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"world war" Discussed on The Toasty Podcast

"Cool well we are. Live now moore. Now that's so like anti-climactic isn't it. It's tinto two. pm us ten pm. I gotta be on it. I mean was john. Their interest green live from fort worth. What's up guys. This is the toasty podcast. My name sky. And i'm eddie and today we're just doing a little bit of current events and i think that might be what we ended up doing on most of our lives segments will see what happens keep alive people spicy. The title though is world war three so without further ado q. The intro wow.

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