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"yellow river" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:05 min | Last month

"yellow river" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"The judicial process to decide it, it's not one in which I can offer of you. So another nice try. 23. That's time for traffic brought to you by the Emerald Queen Casino. Here's Chris Sullivan. We continue to see things getting better across the board, especially up in the Arlington area, where at one point not too long ago, we had a 15 minute delay on south Bound five between Arlington and Everett. Now it's down to just five minutes 20 minutes Realty. I'm there on that drive. We had a couple of problems right around 5 to 9, which are gone Well, one of them's still over on the shoulder written out really causing much of a bother. And then when you get through that it's going to be a nice drive all the way down to Seattle or Bellevue. If that's where you're headed, 30 minutes or less from our effort to Seattle or Belle be with this 300.1 place where we're still seeing a little heavier pack again that I'd like is the North Bound I five drive from the West Seattle Bridge into downtown Seattle Still about 22 minutes there on that drive from federal way, though, it's about 35 minutes in the Tacoma Corps were looking pretty decent. The slowing of starts right around the downtown exits and on ramps there, as you would expect. You get through it before you get to the Yellow River Bridge, So it's not too bad. Their Valley freeway is cleared out really nicely from Puyallup through Auburn. You're really not going to hit the brakes until you get up to about 1/80 there in Renton as you try to tie into 405 about a 17 minute drive Now, from Auburn up into Renton and then rented the Bellevue has some slowing through the s curves. But nothing That should surprise you. You get off the brakes by about 44th in Newcastle. About 24 minutes Now, from Renton into Bellevue. The lake Bridges continue to look good. Nothing out of Redman. Nothing out of this squad. This report brought to you by the Emerald Queen Casino, which is now open. Enjoy a safe, clean, comfortable escape where we all win. Keep the curve flat together. The Emerald Queen Casino, the entertainment capital of the northwest, some serious rain going on now. Ah Munroe mult be basically east of five and 405 that should move on in about a half hour. But for now They're getting drenched Currently 54 degrees and coming up, historian Felix.

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How To Teach History

Layers of Learning Podcast

06:21 min | 3 months ago

How To Teach History

"So, what what do you do with history? What's your basic? Approach, while I will say this, you're the one who taught me how to teach history in my early homeschooling years so I do it very much the way that you Michelle For sure we've always taught history in order when I was in school I was always confused about when things were happening and how things were related to each other. When I learned about historical figure, it wasn't in context of where they were or when they lived and I never knew how things connected I I remember in fifth grade we did this project about the Aztecs and. Each like our teachers split us into groups and each group was doing a different hands on project by the Aztecs and it was a great project. I remember vividly how the Aztecs built their village or town right on top of the lake and that that's what my project was about and I remember that but I also remember having no idea when the Aztecs happened in history, I had no concept of win. That was I thought they were very, very ancient people that was my impression. And that turns out not to be true they actually were. More. In the colonial era, they were much more modern. Yeah I think that was the problem with my early education history is it just lacked connections I didn't understand what history could teach me because I didn't have any contextual basis for the people, the places, the events, I didn't have a complete picture in my mind. So that's been one of my goals with my kids is to help them see the big picture of history and to be able to. Know when and where things happened. So, let's back up and just start with when we say history exactly. What do we mean? First of all history starts with the earliest civilizations and I think that's something that. People. Get confused about because we know that there were caveman and. There's this whole Earth history that happens before the subject of history, but the academic subject of history starts with the earliest civilizations. Well. And that's not because the people who came before weren't important. It's because the people who came before didn't write down their stories in any way we don't have an archeological record of them not much and we don't have. Any records at all of them, they didn't build cities that we can go back and excavate. The academic subject of history is just the story of human civilization. That's what is. I often tell my kids. This is why it's so important for you to write down your stories because anyone who didn't have a record of their people or their lives or anything that happened. That kind of. With time and so history we're looking at, Hey, let's look at the story of the people who have lived on the earth and it's totally find teach about cavemen but there's not a lot of actual information that we know when we don't have any written records. So so layers of learning starts with the earliest civilisation. Yeah. We start with Sumer and the Yellow River valley in China and the Norte Chico People in South America. That's that's the beginning of the subject of history and we're looking at how did people create the first civilizations as they began to settle down and be able to live in a place. How did that happen? What contributed to them being able to do that and so yeah, we always start there in history and then as we go along, it includes the story of human beings, nations, cities, especially the great figures in history the heroes, the even the villains civilians to definitely but we learn about those people who somehow contributed and made a difference in the world whether good or bad. And I think we look at those things because it teaches us lessons for now. It's important to look back so that we can be educated for our lives now. Right right now, we are living at a point in history. We're making history were part of that whole subject, and if we study history, we can study all of the things that led up to. Now we can see this progression and some of its progress, and some of it is regression. We human societies tend to go through these cycles and there's Warren Destruction, and there's also building in great art and looking at all of this together is the subject of history I think that's one of the really interesting things that I have noticed as I've taught my kids history. I think a lot of people believe that we started with almost nothing in the history of the world, and then we little by little built up to this point that we have the Internet and technology and invention, and actually if you look back in history, my kids were amazed when we were studying ancient Greece and ancient Rome and they were saying if they just had the internet, they probably had pretty much what we have today. Mom they were a pre industrial society they had factories so anciently. They were very much like we are, and then it collapsed. Yeah. Followed Rome even before the Roman Empire the Mojo Daro people in India where at the same level that Rome was, but you know thousand years earlier. So it has happened over and over through history. So it's really interesting. One of the things that we learned from that is hey. Next year tomorrow who knows we could be reverting back in the exact same way that they did we are not immune in any way. And it hasn't just progressed and progressed and progressed. It has gone through cycles of change over time, and so there are lessons all along the way if we learn history in that Lens. and. Partly for that reason, Karen that that we can see progression and we can see cycles partly for that reason, we study history in order, and partly for the reason, we already talked about that it's important to have context you need to understand. Things that are going on at the same time in history you need to understand that this person came before that person that this war led to this event. Those progressions are important in history. So to teach it in order, I think vital.

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What exactly is a river?

Robot or Not?

05:53 min | 11 months ago

What exactly is a river?

"Listening Elliott would like to know the definition of a river now. I watched a youtube video recently about this about what. The world's shortest shortest river was and the idea was that there was one place where it was a like a spring that emerges and then there's like about fifty yards it's of concrete between it in a river and then flows into the river and the argument was this is the shortest river. It starts here at the spring and it flows out and then it ends up merging with this other river her then there was another example of somewhere else in the world where there are two lakes and there was a connector between them. The water flowed from one lake into the other and that was a river that flowed between between these two bodies of water. Do you have any thoughts about what what what makes a river with depth length. Anything else that it might make something a river versus the old creek or stream. I saw that video to and does get it had definition in it which just like whatever the the cartographers definition about where it has to flow from into. But I'm just going to say it has to be some water that flows in more or less uniform direction in a skinny thing not gonna go into manmade versus. Not because I feel like if you if you dig something and it's manmade but water keeps flowing there for many many years. I mean you made a river you can. You can make a river a lake. Why can't you make a river right? Like if you dig that thing and water keeps flowing on it and then hume's become extinct and five billion years later stuff still flowing like a river it was may may it's like it's a river so the length thing though. There is a minimum length like you can't just take two uber. Bodies have ordered that are separated by one. Millimeter breakdown that one. Millimeter thing and say this is one millimeter distancing. That's a river it's like no you've just you've literally just connected to things. There is nothing in between you have to separate them by a certain amount now. What does that amount is five feet two feet? I feel like we all moralize no most of the time. Things don't get names unless they are considered significant out got to be river this whole competition for shortest rivers causing people to name things in silly ways. If it's like three inches not say this is the World Charles. Wherever that competition for short will make you name things that are not rivers to call reverse verse? That's just ridiculous like you can name give it a name or whatever but if it's like a one inch long it's not a river at all so you need some water flowing flowing through thing that I feel like has to be. I'M NOT GONNA say thinner than it is long. But it should be recognizable as a thing that stuff flows goes down And I think a lot of the things I video probably too short to be over but I think you see it could be something that you could you know. It's the the minimum like shorter than you might think especially given the with if you really want to name something. That's twenty yards long a river. Fine because you might need to have the name for that thing because you might have one body of water another body water. What do you call the thing in? Between does it belong to the left body of water the right body or if it's long enough to be significant it should have a name and you could call it a river You could get into streaming creek and all sorts of stuff like that but I feel like you know river I'm GonNa say it's generic term like dish but it is is in discussions like this especially with the shortest one. I I don't I don't think it's productive to decide whether you're going gonNA call it a creek or stream or creek. Or whatever the other various synonyms are. We're all just saying. Is this a body of water worthy of being named all right I mean I I I think this is like it's however you wanted to find it. There are things that don't look like rivers but if you trace it back it turns is at this leads into a body of water. It ends up becoming the Mississippi River. You can jump over the Mississippi River in Minnesota at the source of it because it's tiny but it becomes the Mississippi the sippy river. It's the Mississippi River and it's it's very much like how do you want to set the definitions Geography is similar to like Strana me where it's like. What's planet well? Some group could define it in some way. But there's sort of like common use and it's very different. Yeah exactly for for professionals. There has to be a hard best definition like for matmaker and stuff like that but for regular people. They don't have to know about that definition when they're discussing rivers in in general that it's it's enough to I feel like there's this is one of those not probably not a lot of debate other than the shortest river people because we most people sort of know the Monday see them at only if you're in the Profession Ashen do you start drawing those fine distinctions and holding too. I do laugh my mom lives in Arizona and we often drive over a bridge over dirt. Sort that is the Gila River and it makes me laugh every time but the fact is in the there is a wet season. They're very briefly. And if there's a monsoon or a big rainstorm or something like that you know it will water will flow underneath that thing. But and they they call it a river even though for a large portion of the year there's no water in it but water flows through there in that direction and when it does. That's that's the Yellow River and sounds to me like you're driving over the Gila river bed for the area. Most of the year. It is a place where waiting for a river. It will get here eventually. It's not here right eight now. It's a riverbed it is. It is in the river is sleeping somewhere else for the moment. I don't know about the La River though about the Riverland Terminator. Two I guess yeah. Yeah and that's that is a river that they ended up putting concrete on and and guiding where it goes and you could call it something else but it was historically a river and it's still basically also very also dry out of the time if movies for sure believed absolutely also there's underground rivers but I don't even WanNa get talk talk about that. 'cause I don't even know what that is underground railroad but a little bit different. I think it's a lot different but okay.

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How Has the Korean War Changed History?

BrainStuff

08:53 min | 1 year ago

How Has the Korean War Changed History?

"On June twenty-fifth nineteen fifty North Korean tanks rolled across the thirty eighth parallel the line that separated communist North Korea from US-backed South Korea, as a now, declassified US intelligence cable from Tokyo to Washington concluded, the incursion wasn't just a mere raid, quote the size of the North Korean forces employed, the depth of penetration the intensity of the attack and the landings made miles south of the parallel on the east coast indicated that the North Koreans are engaged in all out offensive to subjugate, South Korea. It was the start of a war that is still not ended a full seven decades later. The Korean war, which ultimately would pit the US against China in the first ever, confrontation between the two superpowers would claim the lives of an estimated two point five million military members and civilians including nearly thirty four thousand Americans the fighting would cease with an armistice on July twenty seventh nineteen fifty three but the Geneva conference of nineteen fifty four failed to produce a peace treaty in the north and south remained tense enemies, and that's the way things have pretty much continued, though in twenty eighteen North Korean dictator Kim Jong UN and South Korean president Mundi een announced that they would work together toward a peace treaty. But after the collapse of February summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong those tensions seemed likely to remain for a while longer. In the US the Korean war is sometimes called the forgotten war, because it's overshadowed by the conflicts that came before, and after it the stirring victory of World War Two, and the lengthy, painful ordeal of the Vietnam war. We spoke with Edward roads. A professor on the faculty of the shar school of policy and government at George Mason University in Fairfax Virginia, who's an expert in American foreign, and national security policy. He said modern Americans don't think about it much. Vietnam was more dramatic. And World War Two is more in victorious. Nevertheless, the overlooked conflict has exerted a powerful influence that still felt today according to roads, the war forever changed the course of US foreign, and national security policy. Compelling the US to accept a permanent military involvement around the globe, even in peacetime. It also helped drive, the creation of a vast US nuclear arsenal to deter possible, communist aggression with the threat of annihilation and a global nuclear arms race. Still continues all this happened, according to roads after career. A nation that had been occupied by the Japanese from nineteen ten to nineteen Forty-five was split into two by the US, and the USSR after World War Two, he explains, it was a practical matter. There were Japanese armies that had retreated into Korea from insurer, and they needed to be disarmed. We split that large task with the Soviet Union the understanding that the Soviets would design the Japanese in the north, and we would do it in the south, but as the Cold War developed between the US and its European allies and the Soviets, the temporary partition turned into a permanent one with the formation of a communist regime headed by Kim Il Sung in the north at an authoritarian pro American government headed by Sigmund, e in the south each regime sought self as the real government of Korea and its rival as illegitimate. Kim Il Sung decided to settle the matter by invading South Korea. And in may nineteen fifty finally obtained reluctant approval from his patron these stallion regime about a month later. Kim launched a surprise attack which initially had devastating result. What's the South Korean forces essentially dissolved the UN Security, Council taking advantage of a Soviet boycott of the body, then passed a measure, calling for member nations to assist the beleaguered South Koreans that mandate enabled US president Harry Truman to respond militarily without having to go to congress for a declaration of war. Up until that point, the US hadn't seen South Korea's having much strategic importance erode said, but when the North Korean tanks rolled across the border, the image that flashed in Truman's mind was that this was a repeat of what the Nazis did his responses to stand up thinking that if we had stood up to Hitler early on the world would have been a better place, an outnumbered contingent of UN forces formed, a desperate line of defense around the only part of South Korea, not yet, captured by the communists and managed to hold off the invaders for two months that gave General Douglas MacArthur, who had been placed in overall command of the UN forces enough time to make an audacious and fibia landing at Inchon near the South Korean capital of Seoul on September fifteenth. Nineteen fifty cutting off the over extended North Koreans MacArthur's forces chased the invaders back north across the thirty eighth parallel and by mid October had captured the North Korean capital of Pyongyang, but MacArthur overconfident kept pushing the North Koreans back to the Yellow River the border with China, China. Responded with a massive counterattack of between thirteen thousand and three hundred thousand troops. This time it was the UN forces who were driven back a bloody stalemate on the ground developed as the US pounded North Korea from the air MacArthur, eventually was relieved of his command by Truman and replaced with general Matthew Ridgway. The US abandoned the idea of total victory and shifted to a holding action against the communist forces road said MacArthur embraced the idea that there's no substitute for victory. You beat the enemy, and they surrender. But Rhodes explained after the Chinese intervention, quote, we're still in a situation where there's got to be a substitute for victory because how are we going to fight the manpower of China? There's a realization that we can't fight this war to victory and it's hard for the American people to accept. The longer. The war stretched on the more popular it became back in the US, many of the soldiers sent to Korea where reservists who had served in World War, Two roads, explained they've got homes and families and jobs, and then they were called up and sent to fight another war. There was a feeling that this wasn't fair. Eventually Truman successor president. Dwight Eisenhower ran on a promise that he would go to Korea and seek an end to the conflict and actually did that a month before his inauguration in nineteen Fifty-three. But though, Eisenhower had ended the fighting the Korean war still shaped his policies road said, Eisenhower looked at this as the wrong war at the wrong time using the wrong weapons, he reaches the conclusion that with the Cold War going on with the Soviets, we have to plan for the long haul. We're going to sustain this kind of military deterrence that led to resources being pumped into the development of a massive nuclear deterrent. The could be used to contain the Soviets. Additionally, Eisenhower began attempting to form licenses with more and more countries in an effort to create a unified front to hold off communist aggression. We also spoke via Email with Charles k Armstrong, the Korea foundation professor of Korean studies in the social sciences at Columbia University. He said, the US was forced to take China more. Seriously as a military power. After fighting twist del mate in the Korean war general MacArthur, had severely underestimated the Chinese military's willingness to confront the US and capacity to fight leading to a bad route for you, enforces, the initial months after China entered the war. China's participation in the Korean war. Also consolidated malls rule and asked the hopes of sub Americans. The communist regime could be rolled back and replaced by Changcai checks nationalists. Armstrong said mouse willingness to support the North Koreans directly as opposed to stallions reluctance helped solidify China North Korean relations, and caused the North Koreans to be more distrustful of the Russians for the US China was seen from the Korean war onward as the primary ally of North Korea. And the primary great power that was an enemy of the US in Korea. Armistice, ended the fighting but North Korea now backed by the Chinese remained as a belligerent enemy to South Korea, the ongoing threatment that US forces couldn't just withdrawn come home Armstrong, notes, the North Korean invasion in the emerging Cold War convinced American policymakers that the US needed a permanent military presence in Asia and Europe in order to contain communist aggression. Additionally, the Korean war helped set the table for another even bloodier, and more painful future conflict, according to Armstrong Korea led directly to the US decision to help the French against communist led insurgency in colonial Vietnam, and then after the French defeat to intervene in support of an anti communist regime in South Vietnam, which blocked an election called for by the nineteen fifty four Geneva conference that helps set the stage for the Vietnam war. Armstrong, said the most lasting legacy of the Korean war for the US was these stablishment of a global military presence over the long term and a commitment to confront communism throughout the world during the Cold War. And for Korea and East Asia ideological and military confrontation that has lasted seven decades that included a US force stationed in South Korea as a deterrent to North Korea, which in turn has a massive array of long range, artillery, and rockets equipped with chemical and biological weapons aimed at Seoul. That's in addition to the nuclear weapons and ballistic missile arsenal. The Trump so far has been unable to persuade the North Korean regime to give up.

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"yellow river" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

Zero Blog Thirty

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"yellow river" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"And whenever he would walk in and we asked him, like, sir, what? What is it like for you? And he said, well, I'm a pilot. Does it really matter? I just get up and fly and that's about it. But you had difficulty airforce? Exactly. Real original. Yeah. So sounds like at least you did something instead of just goof around in the air. Paychecks and you know, I think we'd be remiss not to mention. So in the military, we have a very, I think light sense of humor. I think everyone tries to keep everything humorous just because of the nature of what we deal with every day. You gotta tell me, you know, we've all seen probably people imitate our commanders. What was it like to see Melissa McCarthy imitate you on Saturday Night. Live because I'm a big SNL guy in that really was like the highlight of the season. For you? Not. Sorry. Yeah. I. You know, it was surreal. I've I've mentioned before. I mean, it was just it to your point. It's conic like I'd grown up. Imitation is the sincerest form of the difference is, is that I thought it was funny. I got a kick out and then I was like, holy crap. That's me. And also recognize the fact that that I had now was going. I mean, it's funny as I thought it was, I went, oh my God. I'm actually now going to become the story. Right? And that's just a horrible, horrible place to be professionally. Sure. Well, I think at the same time I feel like the military sense of humor. I'm like, painting all at the same brush, but we all have it. But I mean, look at what you did at the Emmys when you went and predicted that the Emmys broadcast of the largest audience and Emmys history period. I feel like that's so smart. And so like that's part of it is that you know, look, I, I was for most Americans. They saw one guy standing up there for thirty frames Yellow River escort. Okay. Like if I can go have some fun and show people like, hey, look, I can take Joe. I'm a human being. Then let's have some fun. And that was kind of the deal that I had. Kobe, which is if you want to do this and you wanna make it funny and I can put a little fun at myself. Then I'm all in if you wanna make this mean whatever. Then I just don't want to be part of it, I think, but you have to understand like, I'm sure you do understand that. There's a certain part of society as well that will never stop holding your feet to the fire for the things they thought that you like contributed to correct. I get it, but you know, I mean, that's so all I can do. I mean, what I basically said going forward is I'm gonna go out and have things. I enjoy that I think are fun and that you know, make sense for me, but so I'm not going to go. I mean, I've been offered endorsement deals and other Stillie things where I'm like, okay, that's silly. That's demeaning. I get it though that there are people that are gonna forever go. I don't care what you do or say, I'm not gonna let you. Okay. Yeah, but I think that's unfair because as as you said you were going out there and you were relaying a message that wasn't Sean Spicer up there, and here's what I think on these issues and and fight me on this..

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World shares mixed on fears of higher US tariffs on China

BBC World Service

07:03 min | 2 years ago

World shares mixed on fears of higher US tariffs on China

"Fake President Trump holds. A rally in Florida as its former campaign chief goes on trial in connection, with the, Russian. Election meddling inquiry adaptability the key to homo sapiens managed to survive. Were other species didn't it's like people can just do it like we were armed with the skill very shortly after reading Africa and the ability to figure out how to live in a very. Difficult environment very quickly, that's after, the news Other, Neil Nunez with the BBC news a judge in the United States has blocked. The online distribution of blueprints for the three d. printing, of, guns in June the Trump administration decided to. Allow the designs to be made available via the internet Peter Bowes has this report three d. printing is the process of making, a, physical, object from a three, dimensional digital model homemade. Guns made almost entirely a three d.. Printed plastic components known as go guns because unregistered untraceable and don't have serial, numbers in, June. The US government reached an agreement with a nonprofit grouping Texas allowing. It legally to publish gun blueprints online a judge in Seattle said he was blocking the distribution plan because it could cause irreparable harm to US citizens US media reports say sources close to President. Trump say he's consider During tariffs of up. To twenty five percent on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods. Sergeant stab good escalate the trade dispute between the world's two largest economies nNcholas Russia reports this would not be the first, time President Trump impose tariffs on Chinese imports but the goods targeted now would have. A bigger impact on consumers Mr. Trump had previously threatened Levy ten percent talks between Washington and Beijing have reached a standstill. And increased to twenty five percent Mike pressure China to return, to the negotiating table tariffs on thirty four billion dollars worth of Chinese goods. Are already in place and have been reciprocated an airliner, has, crashed on takeoff during a heavy hailstorm in. Northern Mexico injuring eighty-five people the governor of the state of Durango said the plane had been hit by a gust of wind, as, it, left the runway will, grant has more Many Mexicans feared the worst when they. Saw the first images of the smoking wreckage of the Eyadema Hueco flight in a field. Outside the airport in dude angle yet incredibly it appears to more than one hundred passengers and crew on board at, the time had an unlikely escape Who must immediately the reports of passengers walking away from the damaged plane and seeking help on, a nearby highway the state governor in Durango Jose Ross. Has said via Twitter there had been no casualties low the number of injured. And the extent of their injuries still isn't clear. The US homeland security secretary has welcomed the Facebook's decision, to shot to more than thirty accounts which are apparently aimed at influencing the midterm elections casting Nielsen said any attempts to interfere in elections was a direct attack on democracy for this book took down almost ten thousand posts it said it could not be certain of their source but some had links to accounts used by the Kremlin world news from the BBC Prosecutors in the trial of, President Trump's former election campaign manager Paul. Manafort say he filed, false tax returns and tries to hide millions of dollars in foreign banks they're accused him, of using the money to fund a luxury lifestyle Mr. Manafort has pleaded not guilty to charges of Bank fraud. And tax evasion Amnesty International says, one of its employees has. Been targeted in a hack using. Isreaeli made government surveillance software it said the employee was sent a message. About a protest which contained a link designed to allow the sender access to their device Agnes, decided had traced the malware decides sides linked to the. Israeli firm NSO group and in so at its technology was solely for the. Investigation and prevention of crime and terrorism but said. It would investigate Amnesty's claims a new study says climate, change will render densely populated areas of China uninhabitable by the end of the century William otter reports this study published by scientists in the US finds that. From twenty seventy, onwards the north China plain will be hit repeatedly by heat waves, so intense that healthy. Adults sitting in the shade could perish within six hours the area runs along the Yellow River and includes the cradle of Chinese civilization. Nearly half a billion people call it home while it borders mega cities like Beijing and Shanghai much of it is fertile farmland should the humidity from Evaporating irrigated fields combined with, the vising temperatures researchers say the plane. Could be the first, real casualty of climate change that's if global CO two emissions including China's own continue pace Abandon wearing Muslim face veils in public comes into force, today in Denmark the measure was. Passed by the Danish parliament. In may a protest rallies planned later involving both Muslim and non Muslim. Women wearing the niqab in defiance of the law police are able to. Order women wearing face coverings to, leave public areas BBC news Hello I'm Emilio San Pedro and this is the newsroom from the BBC World. Service last month the Trump administration gave the go-ahead controversially for the design of three d., plastic guns to be available to everyone online, that meant in. Theory anyone could, download the, blueprint for the plastic firearm plug it into a three d.. Printer and with the right. Materials. Instantly create a gun with no, background check required and today, the gun access advocacy group defense distributed was due to put these blueprints online but a, judge has now issued an order stopping this publication several US states including Massachusetts went to court to stop these plans for. Being made available it's attorney general is moral Healy, I think most people in this it's pretty outrageous that Sunday the. A department store by three d. printer take it home and look up these files and all of. A sudden they have made a gun and it's a matter of national. Security because Basically what the Trump administration, was going to do we're going to allow criminals and terrorists to make their own guns at home We think, it is wrong on so many levels and we're really pleased with this court issued disorder, and I think that that future courts if they're going to consider this will also. Come out the same way speaking outside court the Washington state attorney general. Bob Ferguson also welcomed the judge's ruling complete, total victory everything we asked for we got from judge last name to be clear we're asking for a nationwide temporary restraining order putting a halt to.

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"yellow river" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"yellow river" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"Well hindsight you had to do what you had to do and then when what once you guys held the line and you know it's funny because i use that expression a lot just talking about you know holding your line with your personal discipline and hold on the line with your your subordinates and we use it metaphorically and it's it credible to see here and talk to you about actually literally holding the line what when you guys got done holding the line a you had defeated that that onslaught from from the north koreans what was the next face move out and move north and wait the first weeks we moved four or five miles at the most nash got who wish we moved hundreds of miles and i remember going as fast as we could north to marry up with two guys who invaded it injury and just kept going i i don't remember how many opportunities we had to really get into combat after we cleared to pusan perimeter until after we got darth zillow i mean we the invading the invasion force invaded pretty well cleared that stuff away and so the city of seoul was open when wait we went right through it and we kept going north the enemy was retreating pretty fast and we were just going as fast as we could drive enough to roads and in fact are you at got on the yellow river which is about time they decided to take.

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"yellow river" Discussed on WJOL Will County 1340

WJOL Will County 1340

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"yellow river" Discussed on WJOL Will County 1340

"In a while but the yellow river here in wisconsin has there's a place up in the up where they actually have a spearing season they don't spear nearly as many as they do on like when a big but there are a few places but nothing nothing like like when a bagel it's unbelievable years years ago you did a we did a radio show of course you're the voice so the done the w kfc my rights or cafes the kfi z and radio show and you had talked about how lake winnebago where i think if i'm not wrong five thousand shacks yes actually snow plowed lades that they put street signs on so you can find where you're i mean he asked his growth trees and everything like when you go one mile it'll be one tree you know two miles there's two trees together three miles three trees for four or five and five and then they have roads plowed off to the side and people put up signs naming the roads so they know where they're going or if they tell us somebody to come on a lot of people like to come out and just sitting in a shack for curiosity just do it once my wife lasted two hours right keith that i've had enough take me home oh my goodness knows as you say you need to wisconsin dispiriting yes it is it you know like i say wisconsin and michigan are the only places that ain't over these fierce dirge minnesota the spill out of northern pike and now in the dakotas day spear northern pay the native americans do i don't know if there's a season for other people but in minnesota they do and they also spirit northern michigan here you have to have a hole cut in the ice how do you cut the whole chainsaws and when the ice is thick we have very long blades and what you do is you you cut the whole at a bevelled so that when you look at it it gives you a little bigger angle the look through and you cut the block is one big block and then you try to cut it in half and you push that block would push polls under the ace sort floats away and then we've got a decoy we hang down and decoys are a.

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"yellow river" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"yellow river" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The regime to collapse either because that gives them a lot of refugees it may have it makes cars the unification of the peninsula with us intelligence uh facilities i'm not on the alley river which are we know how sensitive the chinese are about enemy out forces or intelligence sights on the yellow river because that's what triggered the chinese invasion in the korean war which um you know the us had to retreat back to the thirty eight th parallel so anyway uh they're very sensitive about that border and out but at the same time that the koreans caused them a lot of problems because they provoke the united states the united states feels it needs to uh put more forces in that area to offset career and of course the chinese would like less us forces or fewer us forces uh in that area because there are an expanding power than w they wanna become a power in their own right so basically what the chinese of sad is that if us tax uh north korea china will have to come to its aid but if a north korea attacks the south of town at the chinese have been very clear about that policy uh so they sort of an ally that they have to the fan and um you know it goes against their trading relationships with south korea which are very lucrative because the south now has um forty times the gdp of the north which of course leads us if we really want to ask the big question is why are we still there defending south korea when they're much richer than the desk teach starving nation but perhaps we should clean them off our our defense umbrella at of course that's why he's developing longrange missile so that he can threaten the united states uh bill clinton was going to negotiate that away uh but decided that he couldn't accept it because they can get rid the short range missiles which threaten our allies so that's sort of leading the alliance sleep the way in our in our thinking but uh you know we've always done that and so we have pledged to defend south korea and japan but we've never really uh um questioned whether those alliances are out of date alladays by uh you know that's a larger issue but it because.

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Georgia Bulldogs to part ways with Mark Fox

Belinda Skelton Atlanta Living

01:09 min | 2 years ago

Georgia Bulldogs to part ways with Mark Fox

"And the deputy twenty four hour news center easy dan or out reports are circulating that the georgia bulldogs head basketball coach mark fox may soon be out of the job wsb sports director j black reports it could become official as early as today lawyers are spending the weekend sorting through ways on how to pick the perfect jury in the atlanta murder trial of claude text mcivor the jury must decide if the khyber shutting and killed wiped dianbai accident his war on purpose the body of a female founded the yellow river has been identified his 23yearold shin leak was followed the worst part she had autism and work the airport for a janitor oreal companies and it's that time the screen forward you know the drill turn their clocks ahead and do change your clogged in game two of battery thune huge closed cooked at the very very small investment stabilized sunday morning at two a m the time will jump ahead one hour automatically to three am your next news update less than fifteen minutes away here on news 955 and am 750 wsb more nineteen coolraycarrier wsb.

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"yellow river" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"yellow river" Discussed on WJR 760

"Of baggage i i wish we had been in discussions with china ten fifteen twenty years ago about really the only long term solution here's the reunification of the peninsula under essentially under south korean control uh i haven't given up on that but it's very late in the game i mean the the problem is kim john nine and his regime the north korea we face people with the opposite objective they they want to reunite the korean peninsula under the kim's family dictatorship and i think they're uh quest for nuclear weapons is a central part of that strategy are far more educated is on this entire situation obviously than than me or anybody in my listening audience but what what puzzles me is is why china will step in and do something what what is the the draw of north korea to chadha because north korea that is career doesn't supply china with anything does it now i think it's a historical reflects action kind of thing and i think china also fears that if the north korean regime collapse uh they would have a flood of refugees coming into china and they probably find us south korean troops on the all the river uh which we've had plans to do in the event of regime collapse in the north for a long time uh i think there's a deal here we don't really wanna station american troops on the yellow river we don't really wanna be on the 38 parallel where they've been for so many years uh but but these are complicated questions and as i said a moment ago if we'd started this discussion uh a decade or more ago we mice nike close to an answer now i still think it's worth the try because i think the question you're asked why doesn't china sea that it's in their interest not to have a nuclear north korea is exactly the question i don't think you isn't china's national interest but they just they haven't gotten themselves to understand that young see you have talked me well over the years and bazargan that's all i can tell you that's why i i've starting together but i'd i don't understand and uh i i i'm not sure the chinese do either uh but uh we shall see in the all induced keep our fingers crossed and and uh.

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"yellow river" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"yellow river" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Ends okay so thing though is one of the best preserves in the world because and it's been closed off from the uh yellow river north to the uh the fence since 1950 in so it's become a preserve of of a wonderful array of foul and the ground animals and and such an and actually the troops would go out hunting or hunting areas makes sense all kinds of clinton's which would survive in that kind of an environment so when you on patrol typically i would suspect the you're patrols were once water platoon size normally yeah they were anywhere from five to ten never large never small lead in the 5 to 10 ranges squad a squad minus okay and i would presume you were never in or only very rarely in major firefights you would is more of a four or five rounds exchange one way couple returned fire yeah and they're literally in rarely ever see who your shooting at is that right out in normally didn't engaged for a long time when he thumped in somebody out there that the a quick fight and everybody would back off quick because you don't want to get caught out there it you know th by that time everybody throwing their q r s in there that quick relief forces go in we all had quickly forces with armored personnel carriers and they would go racing in and i nobody wanted to be there when the other guys quick reaction force got their first did you even see the people know sometimes you'd see a head or or a body disappearing but it wasn't like uh you were knows the nose like you were often in vietnam it was it was a dirtier kind of war in that it was all ambush everything was ambushed and so the encounter would be either you bump into him or he urged you come in and he goes into a quick gambushe and then you get hit did you see yes we did the same thing of course we would go out into the two are part of the dmz our troops never crossed uh we were not allowed to cross and had no desire to but we did send out patrols that would lay a night ambushes because that night is when the north koreans would try to get celts was a sense i i i don't know the.

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"yellow river" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"yellow river" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"Come on she's what movies this across the yellow river us you know god no wherever where it's like just the world's worst musical it's so bone chillingly terribly there wasn't he also in that movie one day or something like that as do that movie falcons sucks our daughter sandar what what a snow order what is that it's like him in an hathaway they're like starcrossed lovers this that and the other thing and then it's like a totally fine charming romantic movie and then she gets parking drilled by a car at the end you you manipulative shit movie all i got steamed in the inner that new cars drill you know what needs to be retired in this role for jim sturgis it it's his tran haircut yet it is i god that isn't regulated up it looks fucking awful if his trademark fashion mullet which is had through all of these terrible movie as you're absolutely right and in and this one he's supposed to be the buttoned up brother like gerard butler does the science and he does like the business or whatever but he's like all i know how to talk to these people i mean is that all your such as the trick wouldn't get a fucking haircut kid all right yeah it also your thirty something the fashion mullet is closed for business did anybody else to see an episode of that show with him and david schwimmer oh steve and i were talking about this the other day wasn't valley the beast or some his is something like something of the fbi just feed the beefy viag wild once it call.

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"yellow river" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"yellow river" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Animals being underfed and all of that i just wonder if it isn't a wasn't a money thing all along like i have to believe in my heart that it wasn't on purpose to be cruel to animals i feel like it was probably just a financial i hope i just i've only the whole story is sort of sad i could sad that it's over it's sad if the animals were mistreated it's sad for poor little beauregard i just can't deliver yellow river just i looks good through the yellow river i don't really philosophy at that point that is why come back on the show you know it's comments like that that we have it's true it doesn't sound pretty does this time unlike the river charlotte yellow river that's what's going on especially animal with toughening of three guys smack down on so many levels anyway it's over it's gone it's clothes and apparently they didn't really tell anybody there's just a sign that says closed in and apparently there were still some workers they're feeding the animals but the animals are still there so who knows what's going to happen pita of course calling it a victory so we'll see what happens there speaking of victory it is official quiche lance bottoms well it's beneficial for a while the quiche alliance bottoms won the mayoral race here in atlanta and we'll be our national mayor yes and bought mary nor would did not actually concede defeat until last night she put a video message out last night kind of in the middle of the night i wonder why everyone does that is that on perot and it is said so it hits the news cycle in the morning or voids the news cycle i don't understand that it's probably both so that we can get out fearing trends of sieve in and then you do within a few hours later our out as soon as it comes out of your mouth okay fair an athlete much she had a few glasses of warring with dinner and they got home it looks like a new investors stars gomez yeah that's how i would make a decision i listen i've got married or what a few times she is a lovely person and i'm pretty sure that's not how.

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"yellow river" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"yellow river" Discussed on WLOB

"Eight thirty to answer your questions on question two we look forward who calling in or taxing wlob made news morning weekdays replays for politics in may oh yeah we got tax reform in july i want to get too much into the we join this stuff but i would have done some things differently but hey i'm not sure when the ways and means the mid so you know finance me but it is a big step in the right direction especially when it comes with corporate tax you'll get into all that as well jeff sessions actually rejected a proposed meeting between bruton and donald trump by this george stephanopoulos gun we'll tell you about that joe and alongside the big news of the gop tax reform we got a big big company moving back to the united states and i love the ceos made it was like one of those who juicing made up you know like yellow river by ip free and we'll tell you about at one eight hundred six one a bill that you want.

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"yellow river" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"yellow river" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"American military being on the yellow river writer cost of from them more so than having this this this crazy north korea with nuclear weapons in shouldn't china be nervous that that the united states will give the green light to japan to to to have their nuclear weapons an in south korean at for there's and that will not be good for china why are they not be more proactive here here while they uh first while they've done something save voted along with us in the security council to condemn uh north korea neighbor approved various types of sanctions and they started putting a bit of economic pressure i notice that sure i don't think they're that concerned about us being on the yellow river because i think we can there whatever longterm agreement we reach on the korean peninsula we can certainly a ranch to keep our troops and forces below the thirty eight parallel which is where they are now uh i think they're bigger concern may claim when i used to talk to them about it when i was in the state department is it if north korea collapses economically because of sanctions there might be a huge outflow of refugees from north korea to china so they they always maintain that they don't wanna see instability on the korean peninsula but they also i think are becoming increasingly more concerned about the fact that the north has now got nuclear weapons and uh and that they've got missile capability in if they can menu miniature eyes a weapon sufficiently ah you know skilfully so that they can put it all martos rockets they're not only a threat to us in japan and south korea but they could ultimately even be a danger to china itself so i think it's in the common interest of ourselves at china and all the countries in the region to work very hard together to solve this problem it's not easy there are no easy solutions so this is rich good good to have you on the show mr ambassador i e the thing that concerns me and i've been hearing these statements coming out of washington that this is an inability to negotiate a settlement that's the inability to have words as his inability to try and you know deal in a in a in a nonmilitary environment and and what i'm hearing that no this really isn't a.

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"yellow river" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"yellow river" Discussed on KQED Radio

"So for them to give that up without it having any assurances and also to prevent the us from having potential having troops along the yahoo yellow river are all on china all of that would have been in vain unless they get some kind of strategic understanding of where they need to be and that's something that no one really wants to talk about and a half to a particularly the chinese particularly chinese if we start talking about what if there is regime change yes what will the us do that's a topic the chinese really want to know the answer to but they do not want to raise the question because they're very neurology about anyone interfering in anybody's internal affairs and they don't wanna seemed to be on the side of regime change anywhere because they figured they could very easily become the brunt of such an effort but you know i think another thing we haven't spoken of that the us could put on the table in truth put on the table is you know we forget we have an armistice for the korean war there's no treaty yeah now we could offer a final settlement of the korean war which would give pyongyang north korea kim jongun some stand yes jet msat legitimacy so that is something that is sort of long overdue china would like to see that happened that would be something i think the us could do if they get around to recognizing that the north korean regime is probably here to stay for a while that regime change is probably not in the offing and if it was it would be a mess and to try to sort of ratifies the status quo by putting some boundaries on controlling the nuclear situation and to do that with china if possible we'd have a tremendous amount of ripple effects from that and of course china would would gain enormous stature if they could to break through their normal distrust and paranoia about us intentions now they'll what we know time it does not want is the collapse of north korea i that day this is back to your point philip about'stability is that the fear that you'd have twenty million or or so impoverished hungry refugees flowing over the border do we understand that well.

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"yellow river" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"yellow river" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"The united states would not pose any kind of a military challenge to the chinese but rather had a peaceful peniche angela is such that was not militarize the way it is they could then the korean people could be united that could be prosperous they could not present a threat to anybody in the region that will be in china's longterm interests right now the threat of the united states being on their border if there were united career under the circumstances were there were a separate only by the yellow river right so there's a way to resolve this and i think the president is correct i give him credit when he is correct that the chinese have more to do they can infect squeezed the north koreans to the point where they could almost break them they're worried about the flux of people who would a scatter to the north refugees refugees or military and those gathering to the south is for the south koreans concern so i've always tried to encourage let's have a a plan here what happens if things go south what do the chinese to what do we do if we see millions of people coming over the gmc heading to seoul other refugees are these soldiers do they get shot at uh do the get welcomed in the same thing for the chinese so this is potentially very volatile from both so i think there's a deal to be made i think the chinese are the biggest players with the russians honoring those two that we could work out these disagreements if we sat down and said let's let's find a way to peacefully reunite the peninsula six years can we talk a little bit about the war of words that happened over the last week between president trump and kim jongun there was a lot of concern of what the.

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"yellow river" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"yellow river" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Chinese but rather had a peaceful peninsula as such that was not militarize the way it is they could then the korean people could be united they could be prosperous they could not present a threat to anybody in the region that will be in china's longterm interests right now the threat of the united states being on their border if they're worried united career under the circumstances were there were a separate only by the yellow river right so there's a way to resolve this and i think the president is correct i give him credit when he is correct that the chinese have more to do they can infect squeezed the north koreans to the point where they could almost break them they're worried about the flux of people who would scatter to the north refugees refugees or military and those gathering to the south is for the south koreans concern so i've always tried to encourage let's have a a plan here what happens if things go south what do the chinese to what do we do if we see millions of people coming over the gms heading to seoul other refugees are these soldiers do they get shot at do the get welcomed in the same thing for the chinese so this is potentially very volatile from both so i think there's a deal to remade i think the chinese are the biggest players with the russians and readiness to that we could work out these just agreements if we sat down and said let's let's find a way to peacefully reunite the peninsula six years can we talk a little bit about the war of words that happened over the last week between president trump and kim jongun there was a lot of concern of what the.

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"yellow river" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"yellow river" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"To sanction chinese banks for dealing with north korea so soul these the un resolution as a as a least worst option possibly jonathan the at will and bills absolutely right that the try try to all through this doesn't won't regime collapse in north korea it doesn't want and the key across the border from insurer it doesn't floods of refugees coming into bed sharia and above all it doesn't want the eventual reunification of the korean peninsula under the aegis of the south which would mean american allied troops on the yellow river which is what it fought the korean war to prevent as a dozen while that at the same time i'm very doubtful that china wants to get into any process in dealing with north korea in which it is seen to be led by the united states in it wants to keep its independence because its longterm a is to supplant the us as the main regional power in east asia and so is playing with a lot of bulls here at the moment the chinese the problem is that all the potential solutions that have been put forward to this crisis just don't work because of one side or alba that you've got in north korea kim has made the weapons program absolutely integral to his regime and now trump seems to be making of the fire and fury approach two to north korea into ruled a his presidency so we got two very.

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"yellow river" Discussed on The Bernie Sanders Show

The Bernie Sanders Show

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"yellow river" Discussed on The Bernie Sanders Show

"Constructively and klay and with intelligent with china to make them see the were on this have the same objective in trying to achieve the same thing at what would china's entrusts be in working with us the china has at least two overriding objectives indecision these are not one north korea nuclear weapons to do to thing they don't want him to start a regional nuclear war which would be very bad for them and they do not wanted to precipitate either south korea or japan to build their own nuclear weapon program that would be very adverse to them so they have strong reasons for wanting to deal with this month critically program we have to put together a package with them which they see that their interests are protected as well as our interest now in recent years china has become a bit more distant from north korea than previously is not the case that is the case and china's is not truly a supporter of north korean north korean regime zhima china is is there protecting them because they fear a collapse of the north korean regime would be disastrous for china there particularly do not want a unified korea dominated by south korea and with american troops on the yellow river again so that's that's a very serious issue for two for china all is there any likelihood i i know i mean most americans snow very little but what goes on in north korea consistent extraordinarily decorative country what is the dynamics odd there is there any form of political opposition in north cure the with us not not listen several us administrations we have been hoping and praying that the north korean regime would collapse that has obviously not happen and the reason it has not happen is in spite of the fact that their economies in the tank that people have miserable life that they have a very oppressive regime they have a strong take replace any opposition to the regime as quickly stomped out so it is a rural our rural regime as one that does not really.

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"yellow river" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"yellow river" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"He was on the jim bohannon show as we have the latest missile test by north korea causing great consternation have yanking the chain of volvo big powers the chang our guest is with the heritage foundation at heritage dot org as their research fellow a chinese political and security fares vowed it it is thought that the chinese and the russians would have the most influence on kim jong own assuming that anybody has that budget fluids let's start with china because of almost all of korea's trade is with china has generally been thought i think that that the chinese could bring the that regime down three weeks if they wanted to and all this stuff i've heard about how the chinese fear a horde of refugees entering into manchuria really with the people's liberation army i don't think you get a mouse across the yellow river if they didn't want to that sounds to me like an excuse well the reality is that it would take a lot of bulletin to stop a massive flood of refugees and it would also be absolutely catastrophic public relations the chinese obviously arctic democracy but at the end of the day if you simply just shoot everyone who christ come across it's going to bring down a lot of negative reaction globally that's one of the things the chinese don't want to have to worry about the other thing is that um you have an interesting problem in china because you do have ethnic minorities they're very small percentage of the population overall but you'll northeast try china has a substantial ethnickorean population one of the things that they don't want is the possibility of having to shoot gazans from across the border um but the big thing here is into ability what the chinese really do not want to deal is okay so you don't have refugee you still could have disease you will have the population to criminals you will have a question of where did the nuclear material and weapons go so you have big questions are i nonetheless are are they as we go to another call here how happy are the chinese to have even though it's convenient burger under the saddle against the.

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