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"cliven" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:05 min | Last month

"cliven" Discussed on KQED Radio

"McConnell four. K. Q. B. Thank you, Joe Coming up later this hour on science at 8 22 Before the fires. We found relief from the pandemic by going outdoors going outside. But now, with the air quality compromised, we're supposed to stay in sight. Science reporter Laura Cliven Sze will join Brian want to talk about making the air in our homes and our larger endorse basis, the safest possible that's ahead on DVD science at 6 22. Hi, I'm terrorist Siler to help kick off the upcoming pledge drive. We have a $100,000 challenge Grant from a group of major donors give what you can ahead of time dot org's slash donate. Thanks so much. Take you in the morning edition time on a Monday is seven after eight. Good morning. This is morning edition from NPR News. I'm Rachel Martin in Washington, D C and I'm David Greene in Los Angeles, where I have to say the air has been nasty all weekend from wildfires not far from here, but it gets a whole lot worse as you go farther up the coast. Numerous fires. Have burned millions of acres in California as well as Oregon and Washington State. These fires have killed at least 30 people. So far, hundreds of thousands of people have been evacuated, and in some places, flames have literally consumed communities. We've Oregon Public Broadcasting's Rebecca Ellis with us from the city of Portland or again and Rebecca. I know you're feeling the effects of all this there. What is the latest I mean, the fires in Oregon have reached from the southern border to the coast, all the way up to the suburbs of Portland, and they're at least 10 big fires spread out across the state that we're tracking right now. And tens of thousands of people have been evacuated from their home at this point and firefighters air getting handle on some of these fires after week, But two of the biggest fires that are threatening cities near Portland continue to rage. That's the Beachy Creek Fire and the riverside Fire. Both south of Portland knows we're about a mile apart right now, and there's a risk they'll combine into one fire in the coming days. Well, let me ask you. I mean, the air quality is, as I said here in l A. I mean, it's It's been rough, but you know you can still breathe for most people. How bad is it there? So this weekend Portland Air quality was so bad it was off the charts of the air quality Index. It is really thick, acrid smoke that it's defended on the region. It was a big topic of discussion at a press conference held yesterday on the nearby fires. Here's Clark, Miss County's public health officer, Sara present. Right now, Our region is experiencing the worst air quality in the world, and it's absolutely having an impact on people's health. We know the air quality can worsen asthma or COPD lead to increased heart attacks, irregular heart rhythms and even death. And obviously, Portland's not alone here. The West Coast has been blanketed in these clouds of smoke and ash. And the number of towns and cities in Oregon this weekend that we're breathing more toxic air than Portland. People are being told to stay in their homes Don't drive because the visibility is so poor. It's gotten so bad that public health officials have told people not to vacuum inside their own homes. And that's because the smoke particles worked their way into apartments and houses and using a vacuum cleaner kicks up these particles and can worsen indoor air quality well. Well, I mean, we mentioned at least 30 people killed in these fires by me when you're talking about both fires and poor air quality and all the other effects of this Do we really have a sense for say how many people have lost their lives in Oregon, like directly or indirectly Because of all this officials sounded alarm bells last week, saying the state was bracing for a mass fatality incident as they called it, and Right now They're dozens of people still missing. Officials have confirmed at least nine deaths so far, and that's from three different fires, and they're warning the death toll is likely going arises. Thes fires continue And as you mentioned this does not include these people who may die as a result of the extremely poor air quality. People have been stuck in the smoke for days. Now they can't escape it. You go to bed breathing that's really like thick and smoky air and you wake up breathing the same air hopefully will be some kind of relief coming soon, if if the weather changes Rebecca Ellis of Oregon public Broadcasting for us in Portland this morning, Rebecca Thank you. Thank you. In Butte County, California At least 12 people have died in a wildfire there called the Bear Fire. It is forced the evacuation off parts of paradise. Remember, this is a town almost entirely destroyed by the campfire in 2018. That fire killed 85 people. NPR's Kirk Siegler reports. Many survivors of that fire are now reliving the horror. Linda Oslin and her husband lost everything in the campfire. She's in her seventies. He's in his eighties and they couldn't imagine rebuilding in paradise. So they moved down the mountain to a property near Orville, California they thought would be safer, but they've since evacuated three separate times from wildfires, including now from the verifier and every incident. I organized a little more so when the bear fire was burning whole communities near them, they didn't wait for the official evacuation called. They left when people died because they couldn't get out of paradise back in 2018, knowing how evacuation traffic can go, and we were stuck in it. In the campfire. I said, Let's finish packing the vehicle, secure everything and just leave this go around. They're pretty sure their house is OK, but they have no idea when they'll get to go home. We're actually staying again with the same friends who took them in after their harrowing camp, fire escape and all of this, the dense smell of smoke the fire the evacuation. It triggers trauma while we're doing okay, We do have our share of PTSD. It's time researchers were only just starting to get a handle on the cumulative effects of PTSD among campfire survivors. Ranging from depression, anxiety, lack of sleep usually triggered by even just the smallest things like the smell of smoke. UC Davis public health professor Herve Hertz. Picciotto has spent much of the past two years interviewing Californians traumatized by wildfires..

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"cliven" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:45 min | 2 months ago

"cliven" Discussed on KQED Radio

"At universities who likely have depression is double what it was a year ago. That's according to a survey released today from UC Berkley and other institutions. Laura Cliven has more Roughly a third of undergraduate and graduate students screened positive for major depressive disorder and nearly 40% screened positive for generalized anxiety disorder. Both rates are a significant jump from before the pandemic. Igor Cherkesov is a researcher at the Center for Studies in Higher Education at UC Berkeley, the group that led the survey. This is unprecedented in our data. We have never seen such an increase first, and we have never seen such high level of anxiety and depression among students more than 45,000. Students at a handful of public research universities completed surveys from May through July of this year. The results showed both depression and anxiety were more pronounced in students who are low income people of color women, transgender, queer and Caregivers. Rates of depression and anxiety were higher for students who had trouble adapting to remote learning. That will be a growing tied off student requests for mental health services, so universities should plan to allocate more resources to address this survey. Authors recommend universities higher MOHR Counseling staff create more appointment times and support groups. They can also implement low cost measures like embedding mental health resource is in regular classes. Screening positively and actually having these mental health disorders are two different things. Another doctor, not part of the study sense. Still, it's hard to argue against more mental health services, particularly evidence based ones for the California report. I'm Laura Clive Ins. In the Central

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University  rates of depression double among students during lockdown

Morning Edition

01:45 min | 2 months ago

University rates of depression double among students during lockdown

"At universities who likely have depression is double what it was a year ago. That's according to a survey released today from UC Berkley and other institutions. Laura Cliven has more Roughly a third of undergraduate and graduate students screened positive for major depressive disorder and nearly 40% screened positive for generalized anxiety disorder. Both rates are a significant jump from before the pandemic. Igor Cherkesov is a researcher at the Center for Studies in Higher Education at UC Berkeley, the group that led the survey. This is unprecedented in our data. We have never seen such an increase first, and we have never seen such high level of anxiety and depression among students more than 45,000. Students at a handful of public research universities completed surveys from May through July of this year. The results showed both depression and anxiety were more pronounced in students who are low income people of color women, transgender, queer and Caregivers. Rates of depression and anxiety were higher for students who had trouble adapting to remote learning. That will be a growing tied off student requests for mental health services, so universities should plan to allocate more resources to address this survey. Authors recommend universities higher MOHR Counseling staff create more appointment times and support groups. They can also implement low cost measures like embedding mental health resource is in regular classes. Screening positively and actually having these mental health disorders are two different things. Another doctor, not part of the study sense. Still, it's hard to argue against more mental health services, particularly evidence based ones for the California report. I'm Laura Clive Ins. In the Central

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"cliven" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

The How-To Heretic

05:22 min | 4 months ago

"cliven" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

"Oh my God! And he said when I would go through northern Las Vegas, and I would see these little government houses, and in front of the Gut Government House at the door was usually open, and the older people and the kids, and there's always at least a half dozen people sitting on the porch. They didn't have nothing to do. They didn't have nothing for their kids to do. They didn't have nothing for the young girls to do. And because they were basically on government subsidy, and so now, what do they do? They abort their young children. They put their young men in jail because they never learned how to pick cotton. Dam. Dam that is some upper level racist. That's top tier right there from. On a guy who has been sucking on the government teat for decade with fourteen children that is. Astoundingly, power. He owes the federal government. A million dollars doug a million dollars. And And I love the idea that black people have two options. Sit on the porch and abort babies or pick. Your right. Hand. Win Their Board. Abortion is a fun thing, right? We all enjoy. Bundy literally sees the world in black and white like a dog. Does not have color vision. I'm not done with the quote. There's one last little bit. He says Oh good. I was hoping I was worried done. I've often wanted to know what they were better off as slaves picking cotton. Family, life, and doing things, or are they better off? At Subsidy It's enough from you. motherfucker. Oh, no, this was such a racist atom bomb that even Sean Hannity had to beat a hasty retreat. And one of the only truly funny things come out of this whole sordid affair must have been the absolute exodus of news trucks and journalists from the Bundy compound immediately after that video landed. It went from. He was wall-to-wall coverage to crickets. It was like the big story in the country. Yeah! and. Hannity Hannity I think it had him on every night for at least a week. Maybe more than that. Yeah, and then all of a sudden the next. It was just color Mars relate. Bundy never happened Yup. Stephen Colbert has bit is so funny. He's like. Cool bears, playing a conservative character, and he's like I wish I'd gotten. Before Hannity really tied Cliven Bundy around my neck like some kind of lucky seabird..

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"cliven" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

The How-To Heretic

05:51 min | 4 months ago

"cliven" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

"Bladder Putin's only been the leader of Russia for twenty, so imagine the effect of this person on this institution. Putin that's right we. What for Twenty Nine Years Brigham built the Mormon Church in his image. There were no fashions to speak of. There was no opposition party, no constitutional rights to assemble or petition the government. There was just Brigham Young, sitting at the top of every pyramid, civil, cultural and religious. And Marital Yes yes, and second financial financial. Imagine, the political and social views of the hierarchy of the Church at Brigham built. You can be pretty sure that they were no social justice warriors in that lot. The church that Brigham built was a hard bitten desert dwelling, heavily armed white supremacist cult built on child sexual trafficking, and that's true. So. What would people look look and act like in our modern day had they stayed true to the Church that Brigham built. Ladies and gentlemen I give you. Cliven Bundy and the Bundy clan and the. hijinks in the ballot of Cleven Bundy. I do love calling something that ends with the with bloodshed hijinks. Well there's not this. For subjects for our show, the body count is. Surprisingly low it's modest, yeah. And for a Mormon story, it's quite modest, yeah, well, and for a story of like religious nut jobs clashing into. A federal agents potus look. There are several points in this story where things could have become exceptionally bloody. It's a testament to the patients and good judgement of the federal agents, agents, and not the Bundy's but. Explain! It definitely depends on the color of the Bundy skin. We'll get to that. Yeah, so the title. The ballot of Cliven Bundy was of course coined by Stephen Colbert back in April of two thousand, fourteen on his show the Colbert poor. Right in the middle of the first armed bundy standoff with federal with the federal government, but before the second armed bundy standoff with the federal government that led directly and perhaps inevitably to a sovereign citizen, waggling giant Dildo in a bird sanctuary. Journey angrily. Is there another way to wagle a Dildo? That's for patrons only. Right. So cliven Bundy was born in. Las Vegas in Nineteen forty-six. For those of you who don't know in one of life's starkest yet. Most pointless ironies Las Vegas was originally settled by Mormons. Bundy was. Born a Devout Mormon to devout Mormon parents, and he was raised in the most conservative part of a conservative religion, think of the bull's eye in a dartboard, but in this case dartboard where every ring is white yet think if you basically. Born and raised in the Kaaba in the middle of Mecca. That was your house that everybody walked around seven times. That's kind of where this. Yeah the the area of southwestern. U Utah Easter. Nevada that Cliven Bundy was born into is kind of scary place. what the more and so if the mormonism that Cliven Bundy was brought up on is akin to the Hobby ISM, of mormonism. Then, this part of the South West is akin to the tribal regions of mormonism. A quick note. I'm going to refer to be a lot in this segment so just for clarity in the context of the story that's Bureau of land, management, and not black lives matter right although..

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"cliven" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:44 min | 4 months ago

"cliven" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Won't answer the question what a coward well she was a coward again yesterday not just racist in my opinion but also a coward this was yesterday at the town council city council meeting she was confronted by a man by the name of Dan role and as you know in these meetings I believe if you're a member of the public a citizen you get two minutes I want you to have to listen to this man Gambrell who just absolutely destroyed or have a listen to this yes my name is Daniel and I'm here today in twenty twenty we need great we need good news and I was not expecting the excellent news that Michelle fury was stepping down as mayor pro tem in the city of Las Vegas welcome good news but this is not the first time let's not forget that in twenty fifteen Michelle fury call her black assemblyman colleague a colored person and they told us all to get over matters of race in color because we had a black president Michelle if you only want to associate with Cliven Bundy alleged domestic terrorist and let's not forget that Cliven Bundy said that black people were better off as slaves because at least they knew how to pick cotton and you madam mayor chose that woman to be your mayor pro tem this is the same woman whose business was shut down by the statement about it and told us that cancer was a fungus that could be cleared with baking soda it is not ironic to me that Michelle fury wraps herself in the thin blue line claims to be pro law enforcement but conveniently forgets the fact that she was expelled and condemned by law enforcement a twenty sixteen percent sorry that now now now you yeah that is just classic moments later Fiori walks out of the meeting have a listen to this she's.

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"cliven" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:21 min | 4 months ago

"cliven" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"CNN dot com right wing media says armed antifa militants have seized part of Seattle but local authorities say otherwise it goes on to say that the governor of Washington Jay Inslee said the they are permitted but they are largely peaceful they said hundreds are gathering this is this according to The New York Times and of the Seattle mayor hundreds have gathered to hear speeches poetry and music on Thursday night dozens of people sat in the middle of an intersection to watch thirteenth a film about the criminal justice system's impact on African Americans on Wednesday children made chalk drawings in the middle of the street but the scene is been portrayed dramatically differently on right wing media yeah I'm missing the chalk drawings hi although I don't think that will change my point of view of what's happening there but maybe that's just me even react even if it was completely peaceful you can't just March in and take over six square blocks of a year of a US city I I'm sorry it's still not okay the reports are that they're actually making residents check in when they come into the area and the business owners have to pay to get to their business in the area and there are people policing the area not police but those acting as such with a K. forty sevens I think what I'm remember how wonderful it was to the mainstream media when Cliven Bundy's group took over the wildlife refuge all they love that that was great that was another mostly peaceful event if I remember correctly that they were completely fine with it in the middle of nowhere as opposed to right it's in a little over a major American city incredible yeah it's so I mean it's incomprehensible I want to play this audio for you of of where the media was just two months ago to where they are now listen to this in a far more serious scene watch these images.

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Juul suspends the sale of fruit-flavored products

Fresh Air

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Juul suspends the sale of fruit-flavored products

"Maker jul labs announced today that it is suspending sales of most of its flavored products KQ these lore Cliven reports Joel says it will now only sell three flavors in the United States tobacco mint and menthol in a statement the company said other flavors like mango and fruit we'll be suspended the E. cigarette maker had already stopped selling flavored products in actual stores but we're still selling them online critics of flavored E. cigarettes say the product is problematic because it's attractive to youth high schoolers are now using E. cigarettes in record numbers last month the trump administration announced a plan to ban the sale of all flavored E. cigarettes including menthol and mint and more clients

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"cliven" Discussed on Kotaku Splitscreen

Kotaku Splitscreen

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"cliven" Discussed on Kotaku Splitscreen

"She plays with people's is in new york. She's i incredible shoes incredible then and she played the fiddler in that production so you've got this kid out there playing just shredding it and it was really amazing and i fell in love the musical so good yeah. It's a killer musical. I so one quick thing. Is that one of the best parts. One of my favorite parts of the show are the documentary him entering is so obviously it speaks to me because it literally the life of my great grandparents is that they were in settles in poland and so it's literally like speaking my aunt it says she was really interesting as they talk about how it's performed all around the world and all these different countries and they talk about japanese version and how someone like turned to one of the producers and was like how do people watch us in the west. How do they understand it. It's such a japanese story. Which i thought was a really funny. It's one of those stories about like home and community and tradition and family family that just speaks to every every culture <hes> so yeah kirkwood about watching. I've just got one thing. It is a podcast actually called bundy ville that came out. I think a couple years ago and then a second season of it that was not planned but they made anyways just came out and <hes> it's by primarily by journalists named leeann attila who's really really good good. She's an o._p._b. Journals it's like a joint o._p._b. Long reads production and it's about it started the first season is about the bundy family which is like cliven bundy and you know about the bundy's just like are the cattle ranchers who got in the showdown with the government over grazing rights and then came up here to oregon and got in the whole thing like the bird sanctuary and that the one guy got killed hild and man. It's really really good. It's <hes> a little colty so it gets into some of that. You know scratches that cult. It's a little bit but it's also just very much about this specific genre of culture war like of the nah you know what sort of consuming everyone at all times that's happening in the american west fast and the patriot movement which is like all the militias and you know the people that we definitely see up here in portland who come into town and when you know there's like a nazi whatever march in in downtown portland and then the three percents of the oath keepers and these various like militia adjacent or actual militias come in and it just is a really fascinating and very well l. done look at that. It's you know she has her viewpoints but she does a really good job of talking to people she's just i'm really impressed with her her journalism and her ability to get these guys to talk she she sits down with cliven bundy in the first season and just gets into talk forever and it's such a it's such a reminder that good journalism is just letting people talk like i feel like i've never actually actually. I was never a very good reporter even when i was trying to do it because i like to talk like i'm better podcast. You're gonna have a reporter and i don't like silences. Fill them up like i'm probably probably i would be an easy mark if i had secrets because i would just like blah blah blah. 'cause i like to talk and these guys and now that is something. It's something jason of course we've all. We've talked about this. She's very good at these guys love to talk like some of them and so she's very good. I just being like tell me about your worldview and then they tell her and you get this very league <hes> nuance and fascinating look at these people who are doing really dangerous shit and are part of this really like you know kind of scary movement and i. I don't know i really recommend it anyone anyone who likes that kind of stuff. I'm in season two now which is like broadened its scope. It is just very well done. It's called bundy ville..

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"cliven" Discussed on Bundyville: The Remnant

Bundyville: The Remnant

16:29 min | 1 year ago

"cliven" Discussed on Bundyville: The Remnant

"A few minutes into the interview. What I'm really wondering is how did the F._B._I.? Decide to focus on this guy is this old man in poor health really the most dangerous person Patriot movement. If you skip over the special forces training the computer hacking and martial arts inventing the verifiable part of Bill Keebler story starts in two thousand fourteen when he spent about two weeks and Bunkerville Nevada <hes> cliven Bundy's ranch the family in some militias were facing off with the bureau of land management because the Bundy's hadn't paid their grazing fees and the be Elim had come to collect their cattle. The fact that Keebler was there was later later used by government prosecutors in court as evidence of his extremism back then Keebler says he was a member of the oath keepers a.

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"cliven" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

Shutdown Fullcast

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"cliven" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

"Where b is for all these other who like he's on house arrest? He could deal yet. Now, he's camped out on the Rangers with cliven Bundy. Has made a compound of the demoain post office. Have they had that conversation with Hawkeye where they're like, listen, man. Like, your aim is great like you understand how win like what about a gun? What a what about that? Well, they do the one time they not this actually really great in. It's like the one good Hawkeye moment in the entirety of these twenty f- movies is when he's trying to call Wanda down and age of John has like, hey, I need you to be with me right now because the city is flying were fighting team of robots, and I have a bow and arrow. Look if you read the comics at Lhasa's coming. Here's what now. No. Here's what kills me. Because I know there's people listening to this. Like, oh, you know, I've read the Matt fraction thing and Hawkeye because he has in the in the comics that are popular, no family. No government separatists. No neo-con bullshit. I'm convinced the entire Hawkeye MC. You thing is a long prank on Jeremy Renner. Like, this is not the character at all in the I really think like he showed up. It was like a huge Astle watch this and all of a sudden he's become this like just like threw point of dick bag through all these movies. And the guy that we can't wait to die because it's not like it's not like how Norton a lot cleaner than that. What? Seven picture deal by the time. He got what I've I feel like if Norton was there, it would like the whole could be the shittiest of injure just because it would be their secret Rivonia, Ed Norton. The entire time is like I've had better coffee when I was sitting in my hand picked resilience Vela teaching William hurt craft. If you've watched that hulk movie, you can just see the contempt from everybody from the gaffer to craft services on how much they hate that dude. It's the I think it pretty much ended when it was just weeded room with Norton ago. So I'm like to do some rewrites jostles. Ah-ha here need it. Here's the thing though. Jeremy Renner he knows Cairns Howard has first of anybody else. Willingness Terrence Howard, and they should have just made it work because Don Cheadle is boring Rhody. Are it's not that hot. I kind of agree with her. It's it's it's the most flat of all the all the hero role. Isn't that just a roll isn't that just the role? What would Terrence Howard have done other than demand that war machine? Had tears. However is very funny in the first iron. Now, I think the difference. If you go back and watch you can see you get more of a sense of him being like Tony's almost a real counter energy to him. Right. Whereas Cheeto is is he comes across very passive and scenes, Tony. Hey, guys. I've heard there's some exposition Anita. Give. Tony. And the very first thing like, Tony like covered in blood and falls to his knees. Terrence Howard like how's the fun v? Let that's his opening line. Right. I love that energy. And I miss it so much Terrence Howard the thing about miss about him. He's an actual crazy person. This crowd get terrorists tower. Jeremy Renner would have done something extravagant by now. Terrence Howard's war machine is going to be like blaring Anita Baker while he shooting people, so imagine Terrence Howard and Mickey Rourke onset chelation home. With already Jay. And it's like, no, nobody's ensuring this when I just want listener to Google the words, Terrence Howard math. We're not going to get into it. That's a blessing for you. You got to look it up. I don't have time to time the whole episode tonight just shake duct. No, no, no, no, no math. It's actual math. What actually? Can I can I remind everyone of the only other choice..

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"cliven" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

06:19 min | 1 year ago

"cliven" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Hey, all my goodness. Our three of the von Hessler doctrine begins right now. We're going to do a couple of open mics, and then we're going to do even more headlines or just more headlines. Are that's right as I was just as we were going to air here for the third hour. That's what we say behind the scenes of the business as going to air and just as we were going to air for the third hour. I looked down on this USA today. Headline. Oh. Teacher accused of handling himself in the classroom, say the word. It's a family show teacher accused of having his way with himself in classroom. No. I thought was. Yeah. But he's a really good teacher. What do we do here? On the one hand is rock. Can we all agree that it's wrong for a teacher to do that sort of thing in the classroom? On the other hand. No one has gotten to these kids with classic literature. Like this, man. What do you say we have to really, you know, knowing this? This guy has gotten our kids not only into but understanding Shakespeare. Now on the other hand he has a habit of. Taking that thing and doing that. There in the classroom. So we really have to we're going to have to have a meeting here and decide which is more important. Maybe feeling does it in Jim. Are you asking me what he was doing Allen? He was you know, he was he took him takes himself out on a date took him to himself at dinner right there in the classroom. You got to look at look how frightened Jared is over there. I'm holding back on what I could say. Did you have teachers who did things like this? I had a teacher remain nameless. This this like therapy. I just I just got chairs never spoken of this is so interesting while the boys would play basketball. Now, be careful. This is a this is a family show, the young ladies would if they didn't want to play basketball they had to run around the top of the gym and one of those tracks that was at the top of the gym, correct? And then there was a wall, and they would all go up against the wall, and they would jump. I never understood why they jumped accepted the teacher told them they had to do that. Yes. But I had a male teacher. Let's say looking back now there are a couple a couple of different ones. But one in particular tended to be enjoyed pervy pervy. He seemed like a nice guy, but a little strange coach I had a coach that the football players would. Bring him like king size, candy bars and the cheerleaders in the class would rub his shoulders slow. My goodness. This is what are you talking about school? Revise saw this thing where teachers were I can't remember what city it was. They were protesting. They said they're not going go to they're not going to go back until they have smaller classroom sizes, and the first thing I thought was well. Are you going to stop having sex with the kids like I think there should be a give and take there? You can have could have smaller classroom sizes, but you your head. You've got to agree to stop snap. Chatting the kids. And I think I could do that. Let's do some open mics. Well, no, I you gotta plug him. How about this? Let's try this again. Hello open mic seems to be limiting people in what they're that's right. And you're the first to go pal. I didn't like what he said are you becoming somewhat dictatorial now, I never had a Tory allies. I've take anything, but sometimes to just so negative. I think open mic is our job to decide. What airs and what doesn't air on protecting? You. This is like when I wakes up. He's getting tired of all the border and shutdown talk that you sick and tired of the open mics borders. And there's so many Scott. Remember when they shut down borders that upset me. It means people aren't reading and Barnes and noble so much. That's what this whole thing is about. Well, that's why over Mike pointed me towards this open. Mike here who came up with the slogan. Get off my lawn you or because I don't know. Keep it a lot of. I love that guy is either you. Or later. Xiv. Who came up with the slogan. Get off my lawn you or? Because I don't know. I can feel the pajamas. Really liked that guy. He let him speak his full mind. I don't know just started saying it and other people say to every once in a while like I considered stopping saying that at the end autumn likes it. And I do it for autumn. I toss it out there for autumn because she likes me to end the show. Get off my lawn. And my my radio consultant slash guru, CLYDE cliven says, I got a brand myself get off my lawn guy. But other people use it sometimes, and I think my hack I get a lot of other people are using that. We'll see if these guys Jared night would if we we we've met with like four or five people about this. So so you, you know, the people dial spinning like a computer lab, we focused testily focused this. And so get get is proactive. Yeah. Just a good guy to the fine folks at wallethub. No. He's focus grouping fight folks that we don't have jobs are come in the hotel room for now. Have you play you play stuff for dials? And they you tell you if they like what they hear it goes down that they don't like what they hear. And then we just come back. Come back with the information on radio, you have get right, right? Which is action and then off is.

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"cliven" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"cliven" Discussed on KTRH

"Evening. Cliven heating, by the way. Thank you. To your comment, and you kind of look at this as a marketing campaign why they're not marketing anything really because here's the deal. No one knows what's going on. I'm the only one reporting. Well, that's the deal. They're trying to rebrand ideal disclosure, and they're trying to figure out how do we do it? And who do we let's do it? Because it's the government. Does it doesn't say more credibility already have lost ready? The government's not doing it. That's the point this light going unless unless you unless you say that Nafez government, which they very well might have their ties. But it's like what was defined earlier the government is there. The government's response is space force. That's what's interesting. The government's responses. Face sport space force. Now, what the scientists are doing is that they I think now here's the deal. It's not I don't think it's a marketing ploy. I think what they have done is. They found out a piece of the puzzle. Right. They found something some major event happened in space something major they've discovered, and they don't know how to tell people about it. So they have to redefine themselves. So they they can be very sure about whether telling the public and. And don't you. Find it interesting though, they want to eliminate the term alien from any of the definitions. Oh, exactly. And that's my point. They're trying to how do market and give it a easier way for people to. And change the terminology in dumb down, basically. So they can save face, and we can accept it. So you think eliminating the word alien is going to dumb it down. Not for the hardcore people that really believe it. The population. That doesn't believe I think it will be for them takes up. Well, the thing is is that you know, when you have the paper of record reported such as it did a year ago yesterday. You have a number of people that read it. But the acceptance went nothing like the scripts we've had in science fiction. It was completely a debt a dud. It didn't even didn't even get past Trump's muddle meddling in Russian collusion did get past any of that. And that's what's really annoying an aggravating. But I think in while if they are doing a rebranding project, you say Randy if they're doing rebranding they're taking advantage of the time that we're spending focusing on politics in order to do this. Exactly. Right. Well, I don't know if it's a diversion. No one is paying attention. It would be a diversion of anybody's paying attention. It's not a diversion. They are taking this time. So that when everything calms down, then they already throw at you. Well, we're far behind. They wanna be able to weed out those who are conspiracy theories and those who only have a half ass view of what is going on. So those who are getting information now and are using the right terminology w say, oh, well, these are the people that we're talking to all the other people that are calling the rebranding Chem trails now, they're no longer Chem trails there now stratospheric aerosol injections. Okay. The government is taking charge of the name, basically verifying. The new programs are going to be having our an updated version of the of the old programs. Eliminate the term Chem trail, but anybody that uses Chem trails a conspiracy theorist eliminate the word alien from the from the nomenclature, anyone that uses alien is some crackpot. Tin foil hat wearing Sifi. Geek, who does it doesn't know that? We're now calling them something else. I totally agree. I mean, it's. The marketing campaign you're going to see in history when it happens, you think so. Yeah. From the government, I do I think. I think they're just doing it to save face truly believe that somebody you can release releases. I think it's gonna be scientists that are independent or anything else. When I really think it's gonna come down to probably the Catholic church. Probably maybe being. Leader in it. Because if the Catholic church accepts it or. The whole population will follow suit, religion and science religion or science there. I know, but they're doing their due diligence to come halfway government on the other hand, they may have some darker secrets that will never know about. And see it depends on how you see disclosure. I mean, I know a lot of people and one of the reasons I hate the word disclosures because I believe it's political I believe disclosures political because it's all about having a politician or a president someone come clean in say that there are extraterrestrials what we have now though is steady and. Peta talking about artifacts in communication with technology's not with extra terrestrial, biological entities or intelligences, but technologies that would prove those those groups and those those beings exist. That's what I find interesting. It's all about the tech. Right. And you're going to train you to a lower profile organization to slip it in and put it out there. And then they say face way. Morandi? Thank you so much have to do. That's just my opinion. Right. Great. I'm living your enough because I want to hear more people talk about this. Because I don't want it to be a prize winning twenty nineteen or twenty twenty. We hear the new terminologies and people are loss. Randy. Thank you for your call. Triple eight six seven three.

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"cliven" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"cliven" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"And it's it's drawing to or you got to get to know her don't don't drag it out don't lead her on. But give her a chance to get, you know, get to know her and find out what's going on. Why would you not? I don't understand why you would not. You know, it just seems the right? The that is why people go out together to find out whether you know, they like each other from Brennan. For me questions bream leader. And Lord of the multi verse cliven me, they're never be any ease in your. I get it. So supreme leader as all he's been removed. I have been a Christian all my life have struggled with depression on and off since my teen years today have a beautiful wife and a two year old boy and a little girl in the way. When I watch your show and see you speak with strikes me. The most is the joy that I can see new I desperately want my children to see that joy in me as they grow up. How are you able to be so joyful seemingly regardless of the circumstances? As a really good question and a really smart reaction because you do want children. You know, it doesn't I used to say this to my wife. It doesn't help. If you do the right thing. It doesn't help. If you teach them the right thing, you have to show them that it is a joy to do the right thing that will enhance your life. And that is white what you'll learn that is what they follow and without becoming grim. First of all, you're right. I'm a joyful person. That is that is absolutely true. I am Ajoy person. That does not mean, I'm happy. Okay. I always have to make this distinction. We have to talk about. What joyful is right. Because when sad things happen. I'm sad. When happy things happen. I'm happy. I have a range of emotions as wonderful zinn story about the great zen master. What was great about him? When he was murdered. They said you could hear him screaming three counties away. Another words he reacted to life as life came to him and was completely in life and completely present in life. And that was where his his and mastery came from. So I always compare a joy to living life as if you were watching a movie and that that's not a perfect metaphor. You're not watching your life. You're living your life. But when you watch a movie sometimes the scene is sad. Sometimes it's exciting. Sometimes it's dangerous. Sometimes it's happy. But if it's a great movie, you're always loving the movie that is what joy looks like. That's what joy looks like. And listen, I I'm not I'm not setting myself up as like the perfect example. I'm sure I could be hit with enough grief enough illness to sap the joy out of my life. But having been through some grief and having been through some illness and having been through, you know, ups and downs like most people, I if you live long enough all those things will happen to you. I can tell you that my joy has survived those things what is the source of joy. All right joy. I believe that joy is the natural state of man and the rational state of man, and that means we have to question yourself. Why am I not feeling joy? If you are not feeling joy. It is. I believe because you're not seeing reality. Clearly, you're not seeing reality realistically. Let me see if I can explain this. Life is good life is a good thing. You love life. We know this because you're alive by when when hamlet said to be or not to be that is the question that is the question you have answered that question by living. It must be that you love life, or you wouldn't beat her that you think that life is.

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"cliven" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

12:07 min | 2 years ago

"cliven" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Seven hundred. James going with us tonight. He said he ranch. Ranch this weekend. Hope you're going to be out there with a lot of fun. Sky watch tonight is what we look forward to actually in all the other fun, and camaraderie that we have there when we go to the ranch listeners everywhere all kinds of people of the same mind enjoying the time with James and all of his hospitality. Philip Wade Philip weight, of course, to the Wade brothers. How you doing man doing fantastic house evening been not too bad to James James? How're you doing dope? Wave with the way grows. Doing great. How you doing? Hey, not too bad. So what's on your mind? Philip. Hey, well, we're just as a matter of fact, my producer, Danny was listening to your show. And she was like, hey, we're talking about mount Adams James is on so. Yeah. Just talking to Ron. Check in and see what's happening. So when we were at the ranch filming a documentary, we had a pretty cool encounter with a UFO. And well, what was he like what happened? Well, there is a very bright light that came over the horizon, and it it was larger than the satellite and moving moving rapidly across the skies and our nation guy Lee Strauss with Yoko I team was there with us. And he got night vision rolling and got some fantastic shots of it. It was holding fairly bright. There's no no aircraft lights on it at all. It was just a solid life. And they went ended up happening work. Got really weird is when there were some people there that show the show laser at it. And when that happened it pretty much communicated back to us, and you can see that in the video where the it with the laser, and it shoots back and the white from this craft is so price that it actually flares. The camera lens amazing. That's a good power of James, isn't it? Yeah. Yeah. We got it was great having them out here. And and they had a lot of equipment, and you know, kiss. Know when you have that kind of equipment. I I don't have that. I have some equipment. I have a third gen white prosperous attached to a camera which has a pretty good job. But you know, we could always use more quickly. But I love have researchers come out here with the right equipment. And when they do they very very seldom ever, go back. Empty-handed matter of fact, both of them go back with the pints. Yeah. That's for sure. So you you work on the documentary. When are we going to be do you think how soon? Well, we're not quite sure what the exact date is right now. But matter of fact, your team here, it's nice for working on editing, the footage as a matter of fact, and we we're hoping mid next year. And so we'll set up some special screenings and stuff like that. But yeah. Moving down the track quickly. I just wanted to say you and your broken show up this weekend. If you want to hang out with us, and he said, he we always love having you guys around always a lot of fun to have you guys involved with the group. Eight at totally rocks will be to say, I I be awesome. I'd be really looking forward to it. Thank you Philip for all you do. And thank you for your hard work. Oh me on the night. You bet take care, buddy. Have a good one. It's gonna it's gonna salmon, South Carolina. Hi Sam you're on with James Gillan. Cliven James, how are you tonight? We're doing good great. Yes. Just about. A year or two ago? I was driving along with my daughter, and my son and my car, and we saw what appeared to be a man in the sky. You mentioned something about that last hour, I believe. Yeah. My daughter just suddenly said, there's a man in the sky. And so I trained my looked and sure enough there was what appeared to be a figure of a man maybe four or five hundred feet in the air just kind of hovering there, we watch this as we grow Swiss again near single South Carolina here, and in the daytime, and it was just a dark figure appear to be three dimensional of a man. And I could not see any particular means staying up there. No, tethers or anything. No. At the time. I concluded that maybe it was a very convincing balloon and it's possible. That's what it was. But there were several things about it that just were very disturbing. And one is there was like, I said absolutely no appearance civil line or anything that we could see and it didn't really move. And if anything it might have drifted a little bit as if a saloon might drift or a tight, but it was just right up there, and it was upright as if it were standing, and it was dark like the Matt dark black pillar. It's interesting. It's interesting. You bring it up James one of the things you don't talk about mostly on the show. We usually talk about UFO's. We talk about all the things that happened in at the ranch. The one thing that happens the ranch, and there have been photos of they're all over the library study area. And also when you gather together in the main hall pictures of beings that have appeared either in mid air or right there in the field of dreams. Tell us about those experiences. Jane? Well, we've had actually, you know. I kinda just do a disclaimer I and tell people I'm not Catholic, but we've actually had mother Mary appear in a workshop, and we're doing a self mastery class and she came in. And there's a Dallas monks that was with us, and he saw grabbed his camera and took a picture of it and the people in the workshop, especially the women were all crying. And and it was a very intense experience. But he actually got that on film. Also have a picture of quiet Neander peering out there. We have pictures of Babajee, we've got pictures of St. line beans appearing and lobbyists. They've all been analyzed. We've had some very top people analyzing and people within the air force, actually. And they've all salad dated that you know there. There is an object there, they they couldn't explain it. Love our shortage recently. We have Jason Gleevec who is actually. Ban validating our experiences here and checking out the ships and everything else. You know, when we're filming the uncontrolled narrative, we just released it, it's on YouTube. It's on the east steady Stargate channel or you can get it on the east side, he dot org channel. But we just released that in in the in the film into that. We actually have Jimmy church back there in a year, folks wise right passes had and what I'm out there. The UFO's are buzzing us at the same time, and they slowed the film down. I'll say you're zipping around like crazy. And if you put your camera on slow motion your phone and some of the mountain and go back and look at it. You'll see these shifts. But. Travelling so fast. You don't pick them up with the naked eye. You have to slow them down to actually see them. But obviously there a disk and they have an energy field around him. And and. And they've all been analyzed authentic. I saw the when you go to the ranch you see the picture of. The Mary figure that shows up, and it's amazing because it's almost like you can reach through the camera and touch her. She's such a great picture hanging. There are other things that people have experienced they've seen what looked like huge. Dragonflies? But apparently, they're not dragonflies. There's something else. In fact, there was somebody that went up there and said they got bitten by one of them got nibbled on the on the calf of your leg by one of these things were flying out there a lot of stuff there. Field of dreams for sure. And Sam I don't know what to tell you about that figure in the sky. That's another one of those unconventional things. We see. There are a lot of people that have made claims. Now, they see things flying in the sky. And you said it was just a man like a man who was kind of drifting bid. There were no wings or anything to be seen on that either. Really? Or was that something right, right? There were no wings. I it was it was it was a dark object, and you could not see any light through it. And it really did not seem to be reflecting. Sunlight. It was upset from us like north of us. So I was trying to see if it had any of the telltale signs of being like inflatable or anything. I couldn't see it wavering or. You know, anything like you would expect of what a balloon would do. And I couldn't explain any other thing. But I, you know, I told my kids at the time it probably was a balloon and possibly could have been. But it was very well. See that's the thing is that you know, you see something like that. You have to you have to grab for logical explanation. And we all I done that. There are many even my Bigfoot sightings you said. He there were some questions. I had about it wondering what it was. I kept asking James because he came up later after he knew that it was a commotion in the compound, he came up and asked me, and I told him I says there anybody would fit the description of someone tall blonde dish brownish hair. Maybe muscular, and there were no. There was nobody there that looked like that no one. And because we I, yeah, I'm pretty much aware of who's all there because you know, you're there you needed the field of dreams you see people camping. Everybody's hollowing everybody in. It's like it's almost like you were community there for awhile. You know who everybody is. There was not one person that could have been mistaken for. Whatever the Bigfoot was. So when you wonder who was I sing a man who was I seeing something else. And then the face looks at you know, what exactly that did something that is not of this world. If you're seeing something in the sky that doesn't belong there like a man or a figure or what have you? You're totally questioning your sanity. And you're asking yourself did. I really see this is the balloon is a drifting away my imagining this. I mean, there are so many things that go through your mind. If you're looking at it from a logical perspective and most people do, and that's why I'm always always suspicious of people who try to debunk things. And when they do they don't even think that people who have these experiences are not having a struggle with their logic. When they see things they don't understand. And that's what normal healthy person would do. They would have a struggle tried to deal with some of the things like when I went to you said, he the first time I was struggling with some of the things I something wait a minute. I am seeing this. This is a UFO experience. I'm actually having one. And it's it's it's a documentary. It's known as in my head. It's experience. That's why I go back every year because I'm waiting for the next big experience and some years. Tremendous other uses is great. But still there's always something that I walk away with right? Feel spiritually awakened and energized. So, you know, whether it's good or bad Sam, I don't know. But it's certainly a great story. And I thank you for sharing it on the show tonight. There's a lot of that in Mexico. There are getting a lot of reports coming out of Mexico. I think I'm Tom. This is covered a lot of that of these these guys just and you know, one guy looks like he has a nasty suit on and he's just cruising around up there flying around and and another one just normal person. And they also have these bands they that are flying than they they call them witches or whatever because that's what they. Yeah. But they do get footage of it looks pretty convincing. But. Own. He calls them on. But Israel aunties flying. Yeah. So so basically, I put all that stuff in the interesting category. If I haven't seen it myself, you know, I can't validate it if I don't have a camera on it or multiple witnesses. It goes in the interest in filed for me. There's always an interesting file it e seven ranch Sam, thank you so much for calling tonight from South Carolina. Really appreciate that. A good night James Gillan with his on ground zero more of your phone..

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"cliven" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"cliven" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"Thinking about the big questions like how do you still cliven k.. Guilty v. a. n. so I'm gonna go back to that little kerfuffle in Florida that I was talking about in the opening and now, but I wanna I wanna just continue a little bit. What I was talking about yesterday I was talking about the fact that when you watch the news now the story is not the story. The story is the agenda, but that really goes on in this Florida story, racism isn't racism racism. Socialism racism is they're selling socialism. They know you don't want socialism, so they're gonna shout, racism, the the racism is not racism. Racism is the agenda and morality is not morality for the left. It's the agenda. You know, this is kind of a minor story, but still kind of interesting. Comedian Louis CK who I think is a really, really funny comedian he he made an appearance on Sunday night at the comedy cellar in New York, right? And this is after he was accused of exposing himself and masturbating in front of women, and you know, doing all this kind of disgusting stuff and he. So the me too thing happened and he was thrown off out of the world. We checked it in from the planet. He's been orbiting out in space, but he came back into the fifteen minutes set and in the New York Times, this woman said, you know, she was attacking them for doing this. She said, I have to believe there's a path to redemption for people who've done wrong, but nine months of self imposed exile in financial comfort is not a point along that path. That is far too soon for any of the men who face the marginal consequences. Born of the metoo movement to think about redemption, people love a comeback narrative, and all too often, the yearn for this narrative at the expense of victims were only beginning to reconcile with their suffering. Now, the owner of the comedy club got named gnome Dworman. He issued a statement. He said, we're living in the dark ages of people having things. They believe that they know that they can't say out loud and feeling that you have to come to a conversation with already the correct point of view, you're not allowed to discuss it, be wrong, the informed by someone else's opinion, conversations, meaningless conversation in this day and age is just for two people to agree to talk about what they agree about. So he's saying he wanted, you know, Louis CK's voice in there. To include him in the conversation. Now, all this is fine. What Louis c. k. did if he did it, he did admit to it. He said he said he had done the stuff. So what Louis CK did was disgusting inappropriate, whatever you want to say immoral. But when I went to ask is like, what are the rules? What are the rules of Louis c. k. exposes himself? I mean, it's not like we're living in a world of chastity where everybody agrees that the only proper sexual relationship is between a married man and his wife. That would be one thing. We all agreed to that. Then I could see why we would send be censorious about people who didn't follow those rules, but it's not. I mean, right now out in the desert, right? They have burning men. Everybody's taking drugs and screen everybody, and. Oh, that's wonderful. That is wonderful. Louis CK exposed himself. That's bad. But if a gay pride parade comes down the street and the guy is wearing any pants. Ooh, that's wonderful. Feminist parade comes down the street and they expose their breasts because that's their protests. That's terrific. That's excellent. But if Louis CK doesn't. But I, the scenes that's bad. I'm not. Saying it's good. I'm not making excuses for him. I just say, what are the rules?.

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Oregon ranchers pardoned by Trump arrive home

Lars Larson

01:20 min | 2 years ago

Oregon ranchers pardoned by Trump arrive home

"The dave ramsey show weekdays at noon on the talk of connecticut w drc this is fox on justice in two thousand fifteen father son pair of oregon ranchers were each sentenced to five years in prison hope to see in five years dwight hammond and his son steven were convicted of deliberately setting fires in an oregon wildlife refuge allegedly to cover up evidence of poaching seems like a bit of an overkill the case sparked weeks of angry and violent protests i think it was all actually ingest from from start to finish supporters of cliven bundy sovereign citizens movement clashed with locals it's sort of frightening when there's people making threats and people touting on afraid but now president trump has pardoned dwight and stephen hammond the whitehouse calling the prison sentences unjust wildlife activists that the pardon sends a bad message but oregon republican congressman greg walden calls it a win for justice with fox on justice hank weinbloom fox news fox onset this week apple's app store turns ten years old launched on july tenth two thousand eight with just five hundred apps available it grew to fifty thousand after just a year and ten years.

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"cliven" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"cliven" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

"To kill us and if we leave them unchecked then we're well on our way to not only know tarian regime but it's the worst forms of it to me as i as we've seen this emerging narrative from trump where black players are sons of bitches where he puts pressure on the exclusively white owners of nfl teams to force these players to stand or else face financial penalties or it ended their careers the big message that i see being sent from the trump white house is that i'm going to treat the most famous the most wealthy the most high profile the most elite of the black race like dirt like animals and i am going to force them to bow down using the national anthem as a personal weapon against them that's what trump is doing it's both a personal and a political weapon but to me that is sending a message to all black people in this country that i will do this to the most wealthy among you the most elite among you and i'll call their mothers bitches to there's a sense in this country that racially quality is a philanthropic enterprise that is a charitable thing that white people give the black people and that it's not that these inefficient players are are the best at what they do in the world right they should be thankful that they're allowed to make millions of dollars they should be thankful that we're giving them a chance to be millionaires multimillionaires and if they're not thankful then we can call them and their moms whatever we wanna call so racially qualities a gift at white folks give the black folks that's the first mistake then you think about this as well you know what's happening during the national anthem folks drinking beer and buying hotdogs you go up into stands are folks sitting and standing in reverence what folk doing milling about so there's this kind of selective patriotism right there is this selective view of who can be patriots who who are patriots and when his patriotism right to express when is it appropriate to be expressed so for some of trump's ardent supporters cliven bundy is a patriot and nfl players who are protesting are not and then you think about this every time black people protest in this country it becomes evidence for a certain segment of the country.

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"cliven" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"cliven" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"Cliven right now and you'll get up to one hundred twenty five dollars toward your mattress order and i know what you're thinking hundred and twenty five dollars wow how do you spell cleveland k l a v a n that's helixsleep dot com slash klavan for up to one hundred and twenty five dollars off your mattress order helixsleep dot com slash clayton i gotta tell you the pillows are unbelievable they really are you know that apple news daily wires now on apple news you can put us on your device at us to your news channels and get your latest stories whether you're on your pad or phone or whatever and there we are it's like we'll follow you around now personally sent me a couple of bucks i'll follow you around personally but but also if you just want the news from us i want to deal with one more story before we hit the brake which is the approval of gina hospital for to run the cia because his in completely in keeping with the theme of the day the theme that i'm talking about here she has been approved by the intel committee and she's guaranteed bay basically guarantee she's one enough democrat support where she will be she'll be proved all the way that was the last i heard i don't think they'd moved onto full approval yet but anyway she will be approved and they were attacking her because she ran a station where terrorists were waterboarded and i have said many times i don't understand why if you think terrorist is staging an attack the he shouldn't be waterboarded i wanted waterboarding jihadists to be part of the olympics you know there would be like water polo and there would be water you know dancing and then there would be waterboarding jarvis which i suspect it's a great idea and she was questioned by a number of democrats senators about you know she said i'm not doing this anymore the rules change i'm following the rules i'll just play one of these cuts because we're running short a time kamala harris just she is the the senator from california so you know the quality that we send this country when we sit when we send you a senator you know you're getting.

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"cliven" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"cliven" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"Remarkable writing and you know i think the final draft that was filmed was great i mean it's smart in the characters or so rich and everything's hillary motivated in didn't seem unbelievable to me the cliven get involved with these people i mean history degraded for him julianne moore's character in that had been in activists and kind of moved away from it and haven't had that sort of his or who he was in had lost they did a great job of sort of taking what been a story team when i remember my memories i wish i remember more specifically we're talking many years now but it i remember the script feeling very arbitrary like why are people doing what they're doing why is this guy giving up his life to do this other than that we have to have it because he's the hero and i really did a great job of really down the small characters to rich people the character that of the the cop that yes it peter mola isn't it amazing character and very complicated he's got the four minutes screen time these actually onscreen and yet he goes to like three or four different changes and and i feel like it's a beautifully written film in that way in that even the small characters even the sony june jillian julianne moore's characters coconspirators your constant learning new things about them in the revealing things about themselves nobody's ever simply what you think they are when you first meet them everybody's got another side to them good or bad that pops up and i think that's really good writing and an unusual in abi studio sort of film like this you know usually kicked characters or much archetypes in kind of getting they are two minutes entered metsu these day there's a lot of ambiguity in the movie i think you guys both touched on things with the genders and also with the characters thinking you might know a character's motivations and then being searched surprised when they do another reveal that i think serves the movie.

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US probes 4 deaths in Hyundai-Kia cars when air bags failed

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02:02 min | 2 years ago

US probes 4 deaths in Hyundai-Kia cars when air bags failed

"New england wbz news time is ten nineteen we have thirty one degrees mostly sunny skies in boston good morning i'm art cohen wbz news or cough stories now officials at florida international university say they met with contractors and the department of transportation after an engineer alerted them to cracks in the pedestrian bridge that collapsed thursday killing six people the deadly collapse of the pedestrian bridge in florida cast a spotlight on accelerated bridge construction the rapid construction technique widely used around the us air bags in some hyundai and kia cars fail to inflate in crashes and four people died now the us government's road safety agency wants to know why the agency says the probe covers twenty eleven hyundai sonata is and twenty twelve and twenty thirteen kia forte's waymo the self driving car developed by google has started shuttling people around phoenix arizona the pilot program is the first time passengers truly gone driverless new hampshire state legislators reject efforts to pursue a presidential pardon for a man in prison for his role in organizing armed backers of nevada rancher cliven bundy after a twenty fourteen standoff the new hampshire house on thursday voted down the resolution for gerald jerry d'alema's he received seven years in prison in two thousand seventeen for ties to the confrontation that became a rallying cry for those who want vast stretches of federal land in the us west put under local control charges against bundy and others were dismissed in january drag style rupaul is awarded a start on the hollywood star excuse me on the hollywood walk of fame the two time emmy award winning host of rupaul drag race said the honor was a lifelong dream come true i love all of you and i wish for each and every person within the sound my voice that your dreams can come true as mine have.

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