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"abba lincoln" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

01:54 min | 2 weeks ago

"abba lincoln" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Tolerate behavior. That violates the law. Violates the guidance. And is specially behavior that is assault of to the individuals were trying to protect the American public and allow them to enjoy the resumption of travels safely and securely. The FAA reports a sharp increase in incidents of unruly behavior on flights this year, including assaults on flight attendants. David Schaper. NPR NEWS This is NPR. Secretary of State Antony Blinken has arrived in Cairo to speak with Egyptian leaders. Egypt mediated the cease fire that continues to hold between Israel and Palestinian Hamas fighters in Gaza. Blinken concluded talks on Tuesday with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas. Lincoln will travel next to Jordan. Tony nominated actor Samuel Wright died this week at his home and walled in New York of prostate cancer. He was 74 years old, right was a frequent Broadway presence but best known as the voice of Sebastian, the crab in Disney's The Little Mermaid. Jeff Lunden has more. Born in South Carolina. Samuel the right first appeared on Broadway in Jesus Christ superstar and followed it up in Pippen, the Tap Dance Kid and The Lion King. He was nominated for Tony Awards for the latter two shows, right also appeared on episodic television and as a bunch of grapes in a serious of fruit of the Loom commercials. He played Dizzy Gillespie and Clint Eastwood's bird, but most famously He voiced aerials crab sidekick in the Little Mermaid, where he introduced under the Sea Dog, Darling, It's better down where it's wetter for NPR News. I'm Jeff Lunden in.

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"abba lincoln" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:53 min | 2 weeks ago

"abba lincoln" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That violates the law. Violates the guidance. And this specially Behavior that is assault of to the individuals were trying to protect the American public and allow them to enjoy the resumption of travel safely and securely. The FAA reports a sharp increase in incidents of unruly behavior on flights this year, including assaults on flight attendants. David Schaper. NPR NEWS This is NPR. Secretary of State Antony Blinken has arrived in Cairo to speak with Egyptian leaders. Egypt mediated the cease fire that continues to hold between Israel and Palestinian Hamas fighters in Gaza. Lincoln concluded talks on Tuesday with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas. Lincoln will travel next to Jordan. Tony nominated actor Samuel Wright died this week at his home and walled in New York of prostate cancer. He was 74 years old, right was a frequent Broadway presence but best known as the voice of Sebastian, the crab in Disney's The Little Mermaid. Jeff Lunden has more. Born in South Carolina. Samuel the right first appeared on Broadway in Jesus Christ superstar and followed it up in Pippen, the Tap Dance Kid and The Lion King. He was nominated for Tony Awards for the latter two shows. Right, also appeared on episodic television and as a bunch of grapes in a serious of fruit of the loom commercials. He played Dizzy Gillespie and Clint Eastwood's bird. But most famously, he voiced aerials crab sidekick in the Little Mermaid, where he introduced under the sea. I'm Doug. US. Darling. It's better down where it's wetter for NPR News. I'm Jeff Lunden in New York.

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"abba lincoln" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:45 min | 2 weeks ago

"abba lincoln" Discussed on KCRW

"We will not Tolerate behavior. That violates the law. Violates the guidance. And a specially Behavior that is assault of to the individuals who were trying to protect the American public and allow them to enjoy the resumption of travel safely and securely. Yet they a reports a sharp increase in incidents of unruly behavior on flights this year, including assaults on flight attendants. David Schaper NPR NEWS This is NPR. Secretary of State Antony Blinken has arrived in Cairo to speak with Egyptian leaders. Egypt mediated the cease fire that continues to hold between Israel and Palestinian Hamas fighters in Gaza. Blinken concluded talks on Tuesday with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas. Lincoln will travel next to Jordan. Tony nominated actor Samuel Wright died this week at his home in walled in New York of prostate cancer. He was 74 years old, right was a frequent Broadway presence but best known as the voice of Sebastian, the crab in Disney's The Little Mermaid. Jeff Lunden has more. Born in South Carolina. Samuel the right first appeared on Broadway in Jesus Christ superstar and followed it up in Pippen, the Tap Dance Kid and The Lion King. He was nominated for Tony Awards for the latter two shows, right also appeared on episodic television and as a bunch of grapes in a serious of fruit of the loom commercials. He played Dizzy Gillespie and Clint Eastwood's bird. But most famously, he voiced aerials crab sidekick in the Little Mermaid, where he introduced under the.

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"abba lincoln" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:38 min | 2 weeks ago

"abba lincoln" Discussed on WTOP

"The Justice Department has released part of a key internal document that was used in 2019 to justify not charging President Trump with obstruction and the Washington Post reports. The DOJ also signaled it'll fight a judge's order to make the entire document public. Federal judge recently sharply criticized former Attorney General Bill Bar and the Justice Department for their explanations of how and why it decided against pursuing a criminal case against Mr Trump over possible obstruction of the investigate. Nation led by special Counsel Robert Mueller. Federal judge Jamie Berman. Jackson said she had read the memo and that it showed that bar was disingenuous when he cited the documents as key to his conclusion that Trump had not broken the law. She also accused DOJ lawyers of misleading her. Secretary of State Antony Blinken is in the Middle East looking for lasting peace. He's meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas. Lincoln says part of the effort will involve rebuilding Gaza. There's a lot of hard work ahead to restore hope, respect and some trust, he said. We want to prevent the return to violence. We've seen the alternative and I think that should cause all of us to redouble our efforts to preserve the peace that is not include talks with Hamas, which the U. S considers a terrorist organization. Tammy McCormack, CBS NEWS The Pentagon, Wall Street started off on the plus side this morning. The Dow Jones is currently up 100 to the NASDAQ is gaining. 66 S and P 500 index is plus 14. We'll check in with Jeff played by at 9 55 to bring you the latest and coming up on. W T o P. Montgomery County plans on moving to its final reopening phase. I'm Kate Ryan..

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"abba lincoln" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

12:28 min | 1 year ago

"abba lincoln" Discussed on KTOK

"We now this is a fight for truth never stops the trump haters on the right or at least if we on the right I don't think it's possible to be someone who would vote for the insane socialist Democrats and still call itself a conservative but there are people out there who do take that approach there are the people who find themselves justifying rooting for and voting for and supporting that which they plan their entire adult lives up until now until trump to oppose but you have this group called the the link in projects founded by George Conway Steve Schmidt I'm Steve Smith is the guy who was involved with the ill fated McCain campaign as you recall he's a guy who goes on around us and we soon forget all Donald Trump was evil and dom and I hated him and he says the dumbest things I've ever heard on television a mile I mean he's a chairman of our I mean there's there's a certain national on a political analysts were quote from the writer on the right it's a capacity whose job is to go on TV trash trump and look like morons all the time and they do a very good job at that I'll be out Scrooge Conway Schmidt Rick Wilson who is completely lost his mind and and also I mean I've just seen the look the guy I've never had any personal beef with them he's going to sell it on I I don't have any personal B. for the guy I don't I don't know him he does not mean only care but some of the conduct in some of the stuff I've seen you on Twitter and like come on man what what what is wrong I mean he's psychotic glee anti trump which a lot of people are but I think he also just crosses the line sometimes I don't know any these guys personally though so it's not and I I like to tell you that you have I don't like someone because some of these people I tell you are jerks I know and have dealt with I don't know any of these guys I am at Wilson once briefly in a green room is fine he's played and I look I I see I also make that distinction because there's a difference between someone whose work I think is odious and someone that I know is a human being who I think is a total **** I tell you in their people at CNN that I know I know as people I know about what they're like in their their total **** out so that's why I tell you that I know them and then we add that additional layer onto it but here with the Lincoln project these guys are rooting for the other side so I mean they're running ads for the other side so I mean they're they're effectively turn coats to conservatism George Conway Merete kellyanne Conway I this is a I I don't know I can't explain any of this stuff folks actually met the person that introduced them or claims to have introduced in a long time ago and she's like where you know it's it's a tough situation that they're dealing with right now I am an avid Callie and is always been very very friendly to me does the show and she does a great job on TV the George Conway saying you know Hey it's a marriage I don't I don't get anybody that that's not my business but George Conway's involved in this Steve Schmidt John weaver Rick Wilson and they they're they're play on words ad here is mourning in America like M. O. U. R. haha so clever and I'm gonna play if you just you can kind of hear the the saccharine wimpy nonsensical conservatives behind this you know what what do they think America really needs to hear right now there's morning America today more than sixty thousand Americans have died from a deadly virus Donald Trump ignored I just want to jump in there a deadly virus the Donald trumping nor really did he ignore it when he was the one that shut down flights from China against the advice of the so called experts in there in the medical policy echelon and certainly against the Democrats the Democrats biggest concern this is true of the Blasi oh it's true of Newsome it's been true pelo see what really scared them was the possibility of xenophobia and racism when I was clear this virus has broken out in China and was spreading all over the world their fear was not millions of people will contract this and hundreds of thousands of people will die and China is lying about it and it could destroy our economy and threaten our way of life in our freedoms that was not their concern their concern was that maybe somebody would say something racist which would be a very stupid thing to say when racism is inherently stupid and illogical soaking a conservative to keep sitting here keep going through judging or or mistreating or even elevating the treatment of somebody but by changing your treatment or change your observation about another human being based upon their ethnic origin their skin color is inherently not just morally wrong but also illogical and stupid so that's why we have to sit here to keep going look we we don't need these reminders from virtue signaling lives are you know don't be racist we know not to be racist are the level one that actually judging people by skin color and how valuable they are different enterprises based upon skin color we look at people just it is a human being I want to treat this person as a person first and foremost we're all deserving of equal dignity and equal rights but their big concern was that we all need to be lectured on racism is this pandemic was breaking out all over the world so to say that trump ignored this voucher vouchers nor this he was saying in January and into February that we're really at no risk from this what was trump's supposed to do oh that's right he was also being impeached by the psycho Democrats let's not forget that they impeach this president on nothing it was it was ridiculous it was going nowhere we're we're not allowed to think that that that might have hampered the executive branch's ability to focus on this and get all the best information on this trying to prevent the destruction of this presidency because Democrats are psycho cry babies you can't accept that they lost the twenty sixteen election still with another election just months away but no we have to have the the link in project a pseudo lives lecture us more with the economy in shambles more than twenty six million Americans are out of the worst economy in decades trump building on Wall Street trump bailed out Wall Street the paycheck protection program is specifically designed to get money into the hands of workers from businesses all across the country but notice I just focus on the trump bailed out Wall Street Democrats say if you go to any big firms I know this because I'm here in New York and I know people that work at all the major firms you around Goldman Sachs Goldman Sachs is almost like an appendage of the DNC I mean they'll give money to both sides just because they want good will and access from the policy level but if you're wondering what the politics are the major investment banks for example they're overwhelmingly Democrats overwhelmingly so even close this this wall street is a is a a Republican fat cat enclave is a myth it's a mess I'm here and I know I grew up in a family with a dad who thank god is a Republican who loves this country believes in the second them and believes in freedom but he he where he worked on Wall Street as a stockbroker I've known these people my whole life it used to be the Wall Street was a little more a bastion of capitalism and now what Wall Street it's all this big corporate stuff and you know left wing left wing identity politics has taken over you know Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley in all these places you know it's anyway SO that's just another day they're just spreading their spreading crap here this is a but let's see let's hear more you know it's it's kind of funny just dissect the stupidity of the Lincoln project for a few minutes and I I'm I'm enjoying it it's not covered nineteen thank god so we can well although the ad is dealing with it but at least we're not having to analyze more wrong numbers and more wrong analysis from people in the lockdown crowd this afternoon millions of Americans will apply for unemployment with their savings run millions worry that won't survive covert nineteen there's mourning and under the leadership of Donald Trump our country's weaker and sicker if we have another four years like this will there even be I mean how much more disgraceful dishonest it's all it's all trump's fault this is a pandemic virus is is the poor leadership in the U. K. responsible for the much higher per capita death rate there is the is the unacceptable democratically elected leader of Italy of France of Spain or are they all just horrible people like Donald Trump because they've been hit worse than we have by this this is like blaming trump for a natural disaster this would be like if we had the worst earthquake in the history of the planet and we had mass destruction and devastation we're trying to recuperate was saying Donald Trump didn't stop the earthquake these people are morons and I'm actually in the case of freedom Steve Schmidt is is down I mean MSNBC loves him because he's made a living now and then there are people become famous as former Republicans and their usual now they will event they'll be discarded shortly when they're no longer useful for bashing trump when there's a realignment if you've a Democrat in the White House they they won't be a celebrated input on TV the most over exposed people in media or rather the people that get the most exposure relative to what their audience sizes are never Trumpers and it's very obvious why that is it's because you know soccer over at CNN has it odious little person and the MSNBC and I was any like to step down and some shady stuff and behind the scenes are about why you know the chief of a N. B. C. news had to step down but anyway the E. U. you look at what's going on at these places and they love putting these former Republicans or and and people like Tom Nichols and comical started writing for the federalist the federalist that's how this guy built Ms and build some credibility in the conservative movement and then he became a total turn coat and now they they make excuses for like AOC and Bernie Sanders these people are absolutely nuts how can you claim to have principles you know and then there are other people out there who I think really believe they're they're not just conning the public or or engaged in exploitation for just monetary and and exposure gain other other people out there that but I've been very disappointed in you know how wrong they were for example on Russia collusion and they don't take any that they they won't change any of their earlier statements on it they won't say that they were they won't say they're wrong no one will admit it seems anymore when they're wrong about trump he just won't do it they won't do it that's been true for years now Abbas Lincoln project is is a disgrace and I and I just wanted to I just had to take a couple swings and it's so gross the whole thing well what do they want to have they want Joe Biden they want Joe I lie about stuff all the time bite into be the nominee that's that's really the plan here that's what we're supposed to think it's such a he would remember this isn't trump versus some super genius who would have done an amazing job and has a great record this is trump verses people who are clearly only in the case of fighting someone who clearly has no idea what the heck is going on does not understand where he is and this is really a juror is really just kind of a joke I mean that they won't put it that way but I will put it that way I mean fighting is a very very on funny joke and yet here we are being told that he would be so much better as a candidate mmhm I'm sorry I I I don't buy it not even a little bit away trump one thing trump weighed in I I how can I know the transfer have his say here he talked about the the Lincoln Brewster mark where is this one I know we have this one somewhere here because he has a new name for them yes simply clip seven well.

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"abba lincoln" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

08:19 min | 2 years ago

"abba lincoln" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Do they win? And and the end result. Is you either win or you don't. And so now certainly every team out there. Trying to be great on offense Ambi great on defense and special teams. We all know how hard that is to do. And ultimately you've got to find ways to win games. And that's what our guys have been able to do here. First. And last Michael junior here on ESPN radio and the SPN Abba Lincoln Riley on the press tour man, you saw him on the college football playoff show hurt him company. And he didn't interview Jay Reynolds on sportscenter allnight. Like, my man has been canvassing this great nation because he understands this is part of it. This is the game. You've gotta play. And we've seen how we even saw Nick Sabin state. The case for his team last year when they were a fringe squad. So these coaches are not above going out here and trying to politics a little bit in order to get their team involved in this conversation because for Oklahoma, Ohio State is nipping right at their heels. Ohio State who got the biggest win of the weekend last week and blowing out Michigan on their home field putting up sixty two points on them and finally giving credence to what we all thought all along. Which is this is a team. That's got top four talent that has been top ten inconsistent throughout the portion of the season. And what's interesting is now how close those two are going into conference championship weekend. So we'll how states getting ready to face northwestern team. That is ranked twenty first Oklahoma is getting ready for a rematch. The only game they lost this season with fourteen th ranked Texas team so both have the potential to pick up a ranked winning conference championship weekend. But we also know style points matter and at this point. I'm very interested in how ice I like, I'm sitting here at this point. And maybe it's just because I've been marinating in college football for the last few days, and maybe it's because I've been inundated with this same conversation because we knew Oklahoma versus Ohio State was going to be the crux of this in Oklahoma has been consistent all year. They've put up a lot of offense. They are I in offense viciously in the world of college football. And they are ninetieth in the world of defensive efficiency, and even by the standard of last year's Oklahoma team that is a staggeringly bad drop off in defense. Now, you're in a conference with a lot of great offense. What your offense did last week against West Virginia, who is thirty-six defensive efficiency is impressive. That is a lot of points to put up on a defense. That is not a slouch even in the big twelve and what that conference presents to you offensively. They've been consistent throughout the entire season. But this is also what we've been telling yourself. It's a consistent versus the team that has popped as of late because Ohio State had the worst loss amongst this. They had a double digit loss on the road to Purdue outside of that. Because we understand Oklahoma's laws came in a rivalry game. And Ohio state's loss came on the road in an emotionally charged environment. Tyler Trent was on hand for Purdue Boilermakers student who's been dealing with cancer battling. That was the subject of a college game day story. There was so much tied into that day. And that's not excusing the Ohio State lost. That's just reminding us of the context of that moment. In Ohio and Oklahoma excuse me, lost Texas in a rivalry game. And they lost close and they've got a chance to erase that. But outside of that both of these teams have a lot of performances, they're not proud of if we're going to call Ohio State inconsistent than we should the very least look at Oklahoma schedule and posit some of the same things. I mean hell this team gave up forty points to Kansas. They gave up near fifty to a Texas Tech team that I watched hand score six points in a game against Kansas state and Kansas state the eighty five bears. It's a good Bill Snyder defense, but that ain't the eighty five bears that ate the two thousand eighteen Alabama crimson tide. And you scored six points for a team that put a fifty going against Oklahoma's defense. Like, there's that part of it has been is inconsistent as Ohio State only winning by five against Nebraska, you only winning against Oklahoma's sesame, Oklahoma, only winning against Oklahoma state who went for two in that point. But for Ohio State who gave up fifty points to Maryland recently who played a close game way closer than we expected. Against Michigan state. All that is to say is that yes, there was a there was a double digit loss in there. No, college football playoff national champion up until this point has a double digit loss on their resume. But none of them have also gone out and count in combated on the other side with a win as statement worthy and driving as they did against Michigan this last weekend. Now. This gets interesting Ryan McGee for mardi McGhee here on ESPN radio went on Freddie and Fitz Simons last night and said he thinks they showed up too late. I've seen everybody in person this year in the top ten and Ohio State was the one team are just like, okay. And I think the committee felt that way. Well, the last two weeks they've shown that spark right? I mean, the Maryland game was a disaster for three quarters and then in the fourth quarter overtime, they looked. They looked inspired. And then obviously what they did to Michigan too. So I think it's it's a little late Oklahoma point like that all year, and so, but, but if they take care of business this weekend and things fall, right way. Then they have a little something. Now that I think three weeks ago, you could have very easily argued Ohio State didn't have the oath to be on the same field with Oklahoma Georgia Notre Dame, Alabama those guys now you can't argue that as much anymore. I last year on ESPN radio and the ESPN app, you can say they showed up late or you could say there. Timing is just right. Like, we can say all these things about what Ohio states done this season. And they are all absolutely true. But as I just said, I don't know of Oklahoma is a ton better offensively. They're juggernaut offense isn't the problem with Ohio State either. Like, we've been miffed with this defense and opposed Nick Bosa world that hasn't seemed to live up to it. But we get enamored with the kind of players over their strength to resume a statistic that matters a lot to the college football playoff committee has Ohio State rank just above Oklahoma in this category. So that becomes a way you can justify it. If Ohio State goes out and conference championship weekend and dummies northwestern in a game that would be a win over a ranked opponent. But again would just be a reassertion of what the committee believes that knows now which is maybe this Ohio State team can still be who we thought they were and these are human beings on this committee. This the point I keep saying we asked for human beings. So if we get a human response, can we be all that surprised when a team was got a coach who's actually won a national championship which autumn, and I don't mean this bias in a bad way. But when you look at Daboh, and when you look at urban, and when you look at Nick Sabin these. Guys are elevated to a different place because we've seen them win. We know it's possible with them in the guys that they recruit and all these things. And so in this case for Ohio State. This is about the committee picking the best four teams when it comes time for the college football playoff the best four teams. Now. It's one resumes are similar to we went through this last year with Alabama where the resumes were similar, but the committee believed despite the Alabama team not having a conference title. They were unequivocally better than the other team. They went up against well in this situation. If you're talking about two conference champions in Oklahoma and Ohio State to resumes that we're both include. I think at that point three wins against ranked top twenty five in the CFP playoff. And two teams that can put up offense. And you're looking for the difference in all of a sudden the committee says, yeah. Well, it's in the last couple of weeks, but we all say we wanna play our best football in the month of November. If you're team that actually goes out, and does that to an extent now, really backloading, it is something, and I think there is something to reward consistency. Could you blame them if they looked and they said all these resumes are similar enough where we believe this team is unequivocally better. Will we believe they're one of the four best teams in college football the longer? I sit with it the easier time, I have rationalizing that argument. Now, I think they did it the right way in the ranking last night in Oklahoma should have been above them. But am I going to be shocked of Ohio State puts half one hundred on northwestern and Oklahoma even wins in a shootout against Texas team that they lost to earlier and can say we arrays the one loss on our schedule. Am I going to be surprised when Ohio State jumps them not for a minute? Coming up next. Why you don't wanna poke the bear? And while I crowned myself with food next first and last here on ESPN radio and the.

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