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Do Not Adjust Your TV

Your Brain on Facts

04:10 min | 8 months ago

Do Not Adjust Your TV

"Their feet a lot of the time though. It's simply a matter of broadcasting a stronger signal than the station is the equipment can be sophisticated but it can also be made of scrap. Parts from things like ham radios. The motives vary widely from frustration. To it's just a prank bro. to we don't even know what heads up. There will be real clips in this episode and some of them are weird with a capital. W t f the earliest signal intrusion anywhere in the world that we know of happened back in nineteen sixty six in the soviet city of kaluga and almost triggered a nuclear war. If you know only one thing about world history in the second half of the twentieth century it would probably be the cold war decades of itchy trigger finger tension between the us and the us are one night. The regular broadcast was suddenly interrupted by a seemingly official emergency warning that nuclear war had just broken out with the united states. Many viewers took the message seriously running for cover and seeing their final prayers thankfully as what happened with stanislav petrov. Nineteen eighty-three when he correctly guessed that the early warning system was malfunctioning. When it reported incoming us bombers you can hear all about that way back in episode eleven for want of a nail government. Officials weren't quick to react a good thing to at the time. The ussr had over seven thousand nuclear weapons at their disposal. Ducted eighteen nuclear weapons tests that year alone. The us had nearly four times as many. But that's neither here nor there. It would only take fifty hiroshima sized bombs to plunge the world into nuclear winter. The soviets weren't messing around. If one official had thought another department had put out jim. It message about the us attacking. That could've been the start of a very fast extinction level event thankfully. The officials didn't panic at least not officially it would later be found that a teenager had hacked the station. His name was never released possibly because of his age and possibly to save him from retaliation from his neighbors or maybe it was a made up. Cover story tin foil hat. Nuclear war became a running theme for signal takeovers and it wasn't confined to the cold war in june of two thousand seven a show called panorama was part of the regular programming in the city of prague. In what is now czechia. The show was meant as a sort of tourist program to display calm scenic areas around the country. Like a tv travel brochure. This particular episode started off as usual with long. Lingering shots of picturesque locales around prague. Without warning the screen was bathed in a blinding flash and mushroom cloud began to climb into the sky above the city. This would be disturbing enough to see on its own but panorama was usually aired live meaning terrified viewers. At home were left. They had just witnessed a nuclear strike on their hometown. The hijacking was seamless. There had been no static or breaks in the tv signal. It was so realistic. In fact that even government officials and authorities believed the explosion was real. Luckily it doesn't take many phone calls or glances out of a window to confirm that there is not in fact a mushroom cloud rising above a blast crater in the middle of the city authorities soon turned their energy to finding the perpetrators. It would eventually be discovered that a guerrilla artistic collective called sto hoven which is known for their extravagant hoaxes and pranks were the culprits. Apparently this was a piece of performance art whether or not making hundreds of people think they're about to die.

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These Male Marsupials Drop Dead After Mating

Channel 33

02:02 min | 2 years ago

These Male Marsupials Drop Dead After Mating

"Tiber david shoemaker guesses strain punt headline. Tuesday's headline was about an australian scientist. She studies sea snakes by the sea floor. We're gonna stick david with new york times. Were also gonna stick with animals and we're also going to stick with australian. Animals with a story sent to us by patrick grunter enter. It's a story by any roth about an animal called the kaluga the kaluga and by the way this is another one just like the snake story. I recommend you go and read. The whole thing is it's fascinating. Forget the headline just read the story anyway and brought the rights at the kaluga is a marsupial kinda mousy looking and the colluded david is what they call semillas do word for me. Smell paris and simone peres means that win they mate they die when the male colluded mates it dies roth writes for milk. Liudas sex is suicide. Okay now. We're going to go with the twitter headline here the not the one on the piece but the one times used on twitter. What is the strained pun headline about collude. 'as that die after mating <hes>. Oh my gosh i mean it's not dead and married. <hes> the <hes> loving has lovin of in <hes> <hes> like i love you to death or something. What would this be. It's this is the <hes> little little more punny little more outside. The word love a little bit. Am i so it says something. The sex said think of think of some synonyms for sex okay synonyms doing. I assume it's not like a like a just a plain curse word <hes> no less uh <hes> arch off here marsupials go out now with a bang is that it is not with a

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"kaluga" Discussed on Spiritual Expositions

Spiritual Expositions

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"kaluga" Discussed on Spiritual Expositions

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"kaluga" Discussed on The Weekly Substandard

The Weekly Substandard

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"kaluga" Discussed on The Weekly Substandard

"And I have to learn about these long drawn out relationships. I'm like barring. But that's what he that's what heat is. The name of the guy. It's somebody you used to know who had terrible taste. What was it at the producer producers that that movie? Right. Okay. Long. I'm not kidding about didn't lie. I thought it was I was like I felt uncomfortable being I just felt like it was too long. There are aspects of it. I thought were good. I was expecting my expectation was this was going to be more heist. And you wanted set it out heart. Yeah. I get by minutes set down lady lady heat in my pitch. Like what happened if any Amy Brennaman and Ashley Judd, Android? His wife got together after everybody died or one. We gotta do one last score. Let's finish it off. And let's do it. And so so there is that it's interesting. It is important. This reminder that these people these these these criminals lie thieves killers have other lives if you got family, they got all these responsibilities. I mean that was hope when the sopranos was that there's a whole of the world that we not tend not to think about. But I mean, you have a very interesting take, which is, you know, those characters I mean, obviously, the heist guy the robbers that's incidental. I mean, they're low self macduff John Byrne fall who are that's it. Oh, John were very briefly and playing obviously a bad. Person. I liked. Okay. So would I thought it was great cast Elizabeth DeBakey? Ooh. I am interesting. Big Elizabeth I've been big Elizabeth Vicky fan citizen. The ninth grade. Oh, oh, I didn't even she was in. She was in the great Gatsby to back then. Yes. I mean, this is the thing that always minority she is role limited by her. She is she is a giant. And I have always kind of noticed her because I'm like who is that exceptionally tall person in the film? She she is a foot taller than all of these Hollywood men. She was also what she's one of the head gold alien and guardians of the galaxy two. Oh. But she is I've always been she was in the terrible Cloverfield the Cloverfield paradox. The one that was went straight to Netflix. But no. But like every time she shows up. I'm like who is this giant person? I can't remember her name the screen and Elizabeth Banney. She is she is by far the MVP of this movie. She does accents. She's funny. She also did her Russian polish accent. It was like, wow, that's pretty good. And of course, she's a Brit. And so when I first saw her in in widows, I was like who is this. She totally fooled mad and realize it was her. And then I was like, wait a minute. I know who that is from the night manager. And I thought he really stood out in the night manager. I mean, obviously physically grass you must be what how tall is. She thinks. She's yes. And so I like that. And of course, Robert Duvall and Colin Farrell NF Daniel Kaluga who plays a great sort of psychotic brother. He is. Yeah. He is learning Spanish Joash, e of the there's all sorts of things you'll be he's not. No, no, not psychotic killer, not Jewish. You have to go about whether or not they need to like to move up to Mike. Our Joe Pesci, home alone. Joe patchy casino. I mean, like where he does the dirty work when an not not a lot of dialogue. And he's another Brit actor, there's another there's another great shot in this movie. Where you I see how crazy he really is. Where he he gets the television. Oh, no, no. No, no. I think in the scene in the gym where he has the guys do the like, wrapping. Yeah. While the camera kind of spins around them, and he kind of dips in diabetes. He's like shark. I mean, he moves like a shark with these kind of like fluid, but constant motions. And he's getting in peoples face. It was I was actually kind of relieved when he pulled the gun out shot the guy. I was like, okay. That's racing scene is over race. I'm very I was bracing for and remind me of the untouchables were Alkap own has the base at you know, and just it's going to happen. Just one is going to happen. So I thought that was good too. Yeah..

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"kaluga" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

The Nerd Soup Podcast

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"kaluga" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

"And you got your your last season, your Ladas and all that good stuff any European actions. A folk ingredient I like the southern accent to, you know, fill in little souther apparently ever since I've been playing red dead. I'm talking like this a buddy of mine from workers from Europe. And you said if Americans come over there our accent is like what a European accent would be over here. And it it's weird too. That English actors have a much easier time doing the American accent than we have doing the English accent. It's so crazy like when they can go from talking Mike an American and then when they start talking normal. It's at some of the biggest. It is when you get the accidental like home, they're not American. Yeah. Testament to their performances, but there's always like every time you see an accurate its second. I think Danieli ULA. Oh, yeah. Daniel Kaluga Kaluga. Yeah. He's got a great in American accent. When I first saw his first interview. I was like, whoa. That's crazy. I'm trying to think of who has the best American accent in any Daniel Day-Lewis. Oh, he's actually easing. That's easy is flawless. Oh. Gary Oldman, Gary Oldman in in the dark Knight. I mean, his American accent jail to Christian bale? Yeah. Yeah. But Chris critical you could tell that he's hiding it a little bit. If you really listen you serious. Wow. That he's English. Yeah. You know, it's funny too. When he was promoting Batman begins. He kept the American accent during promotion, so he just in interviews. He would talk with an American accent. I gotta here. Now. I'm to look, you know, who looks like she has a great English accent, Emma stone in the favourite. She. Didn't want. She sounded like she nailed that. She just wanted to maniac to she's excellent, man. How good favored look like. So that looks like it's going to be my favorite movie of the year. You said that and I feel like Nashes like, really? Looks so good every line in that trailer was like perfect. And that that that director. He's really good. If anybody seemed like the lobster or dog tooth, even though I didn't love the lobster. But dog tooth is excellent. And generals over rated the food on told you horses. Did you see the killing of a sacred deer? No. That's good to black mask. Yeah. You mcgregor? What an actor. So you guys done. We saw spirit last night. It wasn't just fucking movie I've ever seen. Something man, people are going to love it or hate it. But definitely go. See it. It's one of those films that you have to see just to experience. You can't really like review it. It's definitely blowing. It's sure sure. Yeah. That's not. It's not important. It's about a troupe of ballet dancers. Yes. Not it is. Yeah. I know I'm gonna look it up. It's about a girl who gets accepted into a ballet group new say right now is gonna convince me is I think you're lying. You want to make money. Bet your bluff in dollars. No take. Did you guys? Don't Henry Cavaliers English. Yes before superman like Steeler a hundred percent. Yeah. That's pretty. Do you think that daddy when you steal plead the fifth anyway, I look of him. I said, yeah, you weren't gonna believe me anyway. So as a matter of lead half street, you say I just go along with it. All right. That's fine. With me. Tell I want. We'll hundred Cavill I look of him in the Witcher series. Netflix was winter when the show for me really shows room. I'm just kidding. Now. Those the reaction to the internet. You would have been a perfect regular tweeted that like he looks just like a tall Garin?.

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"kaluga" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

Target USA Podcast by WTOP

05:02 min | 3 years ago

"kaluga" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

"Attached to the spy museum in downtown Washington. After pulling into his driveway about seven thirty that evening and stepping out of his car. There were two men waiting for me in the bushes. He was attacked from behind. I struggled with the first men Salem joy out of former federal law enforcement officer took his attacker to the ground the assailant call down to his accomplice for help saying something Joyal will never forget. He said shoot him one shot from a nine millimeter pistol rang out piercing his colon and bladder. The lights outside is house flew on his dog started to bark panicked, the assailants tried to end the encounter and joy AL's life. Then they came in to. Shoot me again in the head in the gun jammed. The shooter cleared the weapon he tried again and gun jammed again at that point the attackers fled the scene in the direction of the cemetery and back of my home once they entered the cemetery. They were never seen. Again. The case has never been solved, but Joyal had an idea who was behind it. And as he fought for his life at night, he asked his wife to make an urgent phone call. I made sure she called an alerted Oleg Kaluga n- Oleg Kaluga n-, a former Major General in the KGB who defected to the US was the person that joy, Al met for drinks. At the spy museum. They had three key things in common. They were former business partners. They were critics of Ladimir Putin, and they were friends with Alexander Litvinenko. As investigators continue to scratch their heads about who did it. One key fact dominates their attention four days ahead of his shooting, joy, Al and Kaluga appeared on dateline NBC program, titled who killed Alexander Litvinenko. They both pointed the finger at the Kremlin and Ladimir Putin curiously to other people who appeared on that program talking about Russia's assassins turned up dead Boris Berra's sqi found hang in his bathroom in London. And Daniel McGrory a London Times reporter had a heart attack. There is a clear connection to London. So the next obvious thing for us to do was to take a look at that connection. On November first two thousand six Alexander Litvinenko didn't feel well starts at the home. And it was so strong. So sudden Marino, his wife tried everything. She knew I tried to help him some domestic stuff thinking that he had a cold or the flu or maybe food poisoning. We'll just I understand. Did he eat something unusual tried to calculate or his meetings had been before he wasn't responding to anything you are as he began exhausted. And in those early hours of desperation as they struggled to determine what was wrong thaw show as she called him made a haunting remark that proved to be the prognosis that it would take doctors many days, the get to the bottom of fresh maids is Calment it looks very strange. It's. Looks more like a chemical poisoning and food poisoning. After two days. She called an ambulance. The emergency technicians arrived and told her it was the best to keep him at home because it looked like the flu or a cold. But soon evidence would emerge that would prove beyond a shadow of doubt. It wasn't a cold difficult to believe how from sports did a strong person should became just like old men days. She called the ambulance. Again, this time they took him to the hospital where he spent nineteen agonizing days just start to lose a hair. He's skinned the king yellow Keller. He's tissue inside Was there. there inflamed? And he fell today baited back. He died on November twenty third two thousand six of polonium two ten poisoning. But before he made a secret statement that wouldn't be released until after he was gone. His statement should blame for dinner. Putin of killing Kim a week after Litvinienko's death questions swirled about whether Vladimir Putin was involved..

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"kaluga" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"kaluga" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"They use a lot of drumming and it really does give you the sense of effete yourself sitting up in your seat in part because of the kind of throb of the music which is, I've just think so effective. They really check every pox I think movie so. Good. Well, the thing is, this is a film that I got to the end of it, and I was like, here are all the people whose movies I would want. Deny Greer characters Mosey I would watch the lupita character. I would watch definitely the Letitia right characters movie. I would watch the kill monger movie his prequel where you see more of his development. I would watch the Daniel Kaluga movie and I would watch the mountain tribe the the movie about the mountain tribe. And so we got a lot of potential. It's the marvel university. When you say, when I say, take my money, I mean take it for the next thirty years because you've laid the groundwork here for all the movies that I won't. So sign me up, do feel sort of like his own thing and a lot of ways. Yes up until you know the post credit. So there's a way in which the sort of like mostly extraneous like you don't see any anyone pop up from the other movie. The the stakes are low with the stakes are contained. You can get your head around them as opposed to save the world and let me in a way they're saving the world, but they're saving. They're doing it very specific. They're, they're less saving the world than trying to decide how to live in the world that I think is more compelling to me. Then maybe a saving in the war, saving the world final battle situation. So that brings us to the end of our show. You can find us on Facebook at Facebook dot com. Slash p. c. h. tweet us at PCH tell us all year Black Panther thoughts, and we will see you right back here on Friday. This is Terry gross, the host of fresh air, the EMMY awards are coming up. So this week, we're listening back to interviews with some nominees, and people can shows are nominated like ISA Ray Jake tapper Brian, Terry, Henry, Tim Gunn, and Stephen Colbert. So check out this week's EMMY series on fresh air.

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"kaluga" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"kaluga" Discussed on AM Joy

"Start, do you does the Russian government had any compromising material on President Trump or his family did heard was severely this rumors. We allegedly collected compromising material and Mr. Trump when he was visiting Moscow distinguish call the Clinton. This when President Trump visit Moscow back then I didn't even know that he was in Moscow, please just district these issues and don't think about this anymore again. And I have to say if they had it, it would have been out long ago Donald Trump's refusal to say anything bad about Vladimir Putin has many asking why a new book suggests the answer some may lie in Trump's decades, long relationship with the Russian government and the Russian mafia. Joining me now is Craig Unger author of the new book house of Trump house of Putin, the untold story of Donald Trump and the Russian mafia. Now, let me ask you Craig, the Russian mob. Fiamme mean this is not a permanent hear you saying that Donald Trump has had involvement with the Russian mob mafia as we know it in this country. Absolutely. I'm talking about people on FBI most wanted list people who've been indicted for money laundering and convicted, and I go back to nineteen Eighty-four. When a man went into Trump Tower, put down six million dollars. That's the equivalent of fifteen million today in cash and said, I'll take five condos, and he was affected laundering money that was according to the state attorney general of New York. And you know, you hear all this talk about revoking national security clearances. If there is one man who would never get a security clearance zillion years, it's Donald Trump. I mean, one thing you have to show your tax returns, but having more than thirty years of laundering, money has real estate has laundered hundreds of millions actually billions of dollars for the Russian mafia. Now. Engaging in this kind of connection in and you put a lot of this in your book in less assume everything in here is ironclad true. Would you then argue that the Russians have such compromising of evidence or such compromising situations that it impacts his decision decisions as president United States, which therefore violates the trust of the American people? Notwithstanding his business dealings, are you saying that he's guided in his policy decisions based on what they could have on? I Donald Trump, I think he's absolutely completely compromised. And one thing that's really important about the Russian mafia that that I want Americans to understand is it very different from what we think of when we think of the the godfather of the Italian American mafia, I interviewed former general the KGB Oleg Kaluga who'd been head of counterintelligence during the Soviet years. And when I asked him about the Russian mafia, he said, oh, that's just another brand of the KGB. They reported. To us, they are. They are part of Russian intelligence. So you have people in Trump Tower over on and off over thirty four year period who are part of Russian intelligence. And if I may read one quote, general Coogan gave me, he said, I would not be surprised if the Russians have and Trump knows about them, files on him during his trip to Russia, and his involvement in meeting young ladies that were controlled by Russian intelligence general Kaluga was the boss of Ladimir Putin. So as a quote for me, absolutely a more leaving, then sometime they taught me in Brooklyn enough said, thank you Craig. Boy am joy after the break..

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The Truth About Money with Ric Edelman

00:31 sec | 3 years ago

Eye Disease Link to Alzheimer's Seen

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"kaluga" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"kaluga" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Well, let's. Didn't win March madness. Him what kind of curb stopped. Aronovski keep on doing it. I don't know why nobody's name is Ron of skiing. You're mad at him for curb stopped, which seemed unnecessarily violent everything. David. Nobody. She's one of those actors who is so good at showing you everything she's thinking without like trying to communicate it or because we're comparison. But I gotta just from watching the way that she uses her is in these scenes where she's trying to suss out. Such a fucking good. I thought Daniel Kaluga and get out. Yeah, I think so. It's it's very subtle based work. I mean, she barely moves a facial. This is her most locked up like this is her her peak repressed. She have had a better. I mean, I just remember when tomorrow never dies came out and it was the first of four consecutive, like finally, a bond girl who's even tougher than bond. Sure, right. Yes. She's the one who this a motorcycle, who cares? Yeah, but she had similarly been someone that Hollywood was trying to make happen tomorrow. Never dies is because she's liked to him like, you know, China's run by gangsters. I'm trying to deal with this needs. You wanna deal with my dick. The no interest in a JAMES BOND movie. You're gonna Michelle Yeoh film. She's, she's literally like the media, pink corrupted influences. Monsters buying up everything. The most prescient thing that any any bond movie could deal with twenty five years. He's. My ding Dong. I don't think they have sex and they kiss at the end. Yeah. She's really good. She's like less sexualize than most bond girls, but still he keeps on trying to sexualize her, right? The movie sexualize less than that character does. And what else did she had she done in Hollywood? That is, I think the extent of it really. We'll check. She's in a thing else. I just remember that her landing big with that movie, of course, but that was only in ninety seven kind of. I mean, she had been fifteen year, you know, Hong Kong action star Queen a martial arts, they call amazing. There's all you can watch clips of her like she was incredible. She was she was the only actress, Jackie Chan would let do her own stunts and his move came to this movie after having debilitating surgery. She, I think it happened at the very beginning filming, right? And she had to keep on flying back to the states for surgery, and then she'd fly back to. Set do dialogue scenes while she was recovering fly back to the states for further surgery, they pushed off all of her action until the very end know she's nominated for a BAFTA..

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California, Wilbur Ross and Corbin Carson KFI discussed on John and Ken

John and Ken

00:16 sec | 3 years ago

California, Wilbur Ross and Corbin Carson KFI discussed on John and Ken

"The fire started Monday. Several communities have been asked to leave from horse. Steve canyon in Riverside County. Corbin Carson KFI is the biggest wildfire in state history in northern California is one of several keeping firefighters, stretched thin across the state. It's been a challenge. We're about fourteen

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"kaluga" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"kaluga" Discussed on KSRO

"SRO the Mendocino complex fire, now the largest fire. In state history officials say the two combined fires have burned over two hundred eighty three thousand. Acres in Mendocino Kaluga and lake counties seventy five homes gone thirty percent containment as of last night Santa Rosa fire Marshall Paul Lowenthal is, in Mendocino talking about why these fires are so tough to fight the terrain, these areas were moved up in the areas that were really difficult to access and, some of the areas Burned, in a really long time and really what the weather the fuel topography definitely made especially the ranch fire really problematic the complex fire threatening over, eleven thousand buildings it surpassed the. Thomas fire which burned two hundred eighty, one thousand acres in Santa Barbara county's county last December January wildfire and water experts are. Pushing back on. President Donald Trump's claims regarding the state's water policy. Trump tweeted on Sunday California's wildfires are being made worse than what he said are the states quote bad environmental laws which are allowing large quantities of water, to be quote, diverted into the Pacific Ocean a spokesperson for, the California Department of. Forestry and fire protection said yesterday that the state has plenty of water meanwhile UC Davis civil. And environmental engineering professor said Trump's claim is quote so physically impossible you don't even really want to respond Sheriff's deputies got a call about an argument Sunday morning and we're told one man had a gun sheriff searched. For, the suspect, in southwest Santa Rosa found him in a nearby backyard, then canine officers. Searched for his backpack in.

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"kaluga" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"kaluga" Discussed on WSB-AM

"And he was intimidated and it really led to the Cuban missile crisis because. He was mischaracterizes week do you see any equivalence Well I. Certainly think that president Kennedy was unprepared he was he was prepared. For different, Khrushchev he didn't understand that you. Couldn't go in and talk, since the, crucial if you couldn't present him. With the facts would have a debate you know like it. Was the Oxford Union will he learned pretty quickly but unfortunately crew chef got the wrong idea he was convinced. That that he could do whatever he wanted this young president was was unprepared, and would. Not be able to deal with a wily foe like crew chef and so you're right that. Diddley to the Cuban missile crisis in. This case I don't I don't think that. That will happen simply because Putin Putin in Trump in very different positions the world, alignments are very different today Putin is interested in getting those sanctions off so. If he if he runs all over Trump and other parts of the world. He'll never get the sanction Removed and by the way Paul. Ryan just spoke lesson an hour ago he was asked about this and he said President Trump should have been. Clearer and then he went on to say this the second look go to? The second. One Eric here's what we have already done and here's what we could continue to do which. Is to put sanctions on Russia you. Just saw the indictments from the special counsel. Those GRU officers I've already seen the intelligence they were the people that that conducted, this cyberattack on our elections We'd, already put in place sanctions if the financials, if the foreign affairs committee or the. Financial services committee and the Senate banking committee think. That there are. Other sanctions that we have. Not yet placed upon Russia I'm more than happy to consider those Paul, Ryan he, has they have been. Tough on Russia and here's the thing where do we. Go from here the President Putin's complain to. Us that NATO has put more money and they have they've been doing they have to exercises planned over the next I guess three to, four months. And he feels as though NATO's Berlin provocative on, him so it's not like NATO is backing up it seems like they're responding to, what he did in Georgia and what he did in the Ukraine and what. He's done by taking Crimea don't you Yes no I think that's absolutely correct and of course our NATO allies and they are allies though President Trump didn't treat them. That way Our allies think that, Russia, is? Still a major threat in lots of different? Ways. Look, I remember talking to your. Colleague Neo Kaluga on Saturday and Neil said well what, what should be the approach at the summit We. Agreed. There was no way Putin. Was going to admit, what he had done, there was no way that Putin was going to send those twelve g. r. you, officers, to the United. States to p tried and interrogated so so you agree to disagree you make your case you'd read a disagree but. Then in both public and, private President Trump turns to President Putin and says look here's the situation Arab people tell me and I believe them that that you and your allies clearly interfered in, the, twenty, sixteen, elections, if you do it again and I'm. Going to depend, on my people. To tell me, if you do it. Again this year or in, twenty twenty here. Or the additional sanctions you can expect bump bump bump bump bump you just outlined them for him you don't scream you don't yell you don't embarrass you. Just, outlined them and then if it happens you follow through but the idea, would, be? That he would get a disincentive to doing It, to me that was. The way you get ahead, of the story. Trump could have gotten ahead of the story but he's stubborn he just Listen you know this every. Single, time the Russia interference in the. Two thousand sixteen election is brought up Trump. Assumes it's somebody trying. To discredit or de legitimize his victory no you can separate the. Two personally I don't think. The Russians made the difference I can't, prove it I can simply tell you that's my. Opinion is an elections analyst. I, don't see the evidence so if it didn't, affect the result then you say I was elected on my. Own it was a legitimate victory however you did something..

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"kaluga" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"kaluga" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"And he's just Mel Gibson. He just has this this charisma in this, like he himself is just like bigger than life in a way. So he can just like elevate. Yeah. Like blood father. Otherwise, that would be total crap movie. But I do like that movie that is a good movie, get the Gringo. Edge of darkness. I didn't like quite as much as those two. But yeah, it does definitely have that same same a charm to, so I totally get that. So there we go part three, starring Mel Gibson directed by Robert Rodriguez. Yeah, I'm I'm on board man onboard. Okay. You keep keep just rolling. Kiba Benicio bring bag Emily, blunt and throw in Mel Gibson. Okay. This week. This is a movie. This is a movie. I, I'm ordering my popcorn advance with Adam tickets. Well, my final, my final puzzle piece is actually something you were just touching on when you were responding there, and that is actually directed video sequels to otherwise big movie, right to two big Hollywood movies. And now let me just clarify this again. I mentioned this earlier. I'm gonna talk about it when we close up here in a minute. I liked this movie. I didn't love it, sir. It's nothing compared to the original, but I definitely liked it. I thought it was a lot of fun despite the bleakness and everything. I love the performances or a lotta great action. And I thought, but like I've said a couple of times throughout this, this conversation, it's just a movie, doesn't need to exist in the same way that a lot of. I mean, I could go down the list right now, but it's not even necessarily. I think anybody who's listening probably knows what I mean when I say direct to video sequels two movies that were big hits. Yeah. I mean, there's just so many of them in you. You'll like especially back in the day, like browsing the shelves at blockbuster something out nowadays, it would be the on demand menus or whatever, but you'd be like, when did they make a sequel of that? And then you look, you're like, oh, no, one involved with the original. And of course, this does still have the same writer. It still has two of the main actors, but it doesn't have the main actor actress, Emily blunt. It doesn't have the the director. It doesn't have a DP, doesn't have the composer, which by the way measure Sicario had probably the best score of the last decade and they bring back a couple of themes, but still, I mean, you know recipes Johan, but talent. Talent him on board. It's just not the same. But yeah, I mean, this is one of those movies where it's like they like, how exactly do you make the sequel without everybody coming back, right. You know, it's just something if something happens in this industry where they do it anyway and the guy from get out, I always forget his name. Daniel Kaluga Lua. Yeah, yeah, yeah, he was. He was in the first one and right. I forgot about that that he was in the how the other, oh, he died. But the first one was packed with people. 'cause. Oh, yeah. John burnt all his character died, but he was in there. There was just like a lot of a lot of really, really great moments in that movie a lot of great actors. I mean, this one, you know the the are great in the girl is great. Is well in this movie. No, no knocks against this at all for the acting. But yeah, it is kind of one of those sequels this Lenka that we really need a sequel here and when they first announced that it was going to be a sequel. That's what I thought I didn't think anybody was going to be in. Then it would just be a straight to, you know, video, whatever you wanna call it these days sequel that just somehow has kind of ripping off the first one, which this one does do that, though. It does. There are moments where it's like almost where it's like paying, you know, it's is nodding to the to the regional with the way that the scene is goes down or just little moments here and there which kind of their air Tatum mean in a way with this kind of movie because of how serious of a movie, you know, it is. But yeah, it definitely is one of those as like, did did we did..

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"kaluga" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"kaluga" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Oh man no no no no no no no no no i do some say that's not my experience not at all the armitage's i so good to us they treat us like family i have never felt so creeped at amount studio before he that was very gabriel playing georgina in get out john horne what was the was the creepiest moment in this movie for you just hearing betty gabriel do that i'm like i need a hug what creek you out the most about this movie i think the passing reference to the base never there's a lot of black mold let's just a throwaway line and you go i know what that is there's this this is a family that doesn't have mold problems they've got another problems as those tiny little things that are said an on second viewing there's lots of little things you can look at some of the looks that allison williams gives daniel kaluga there are lots of tiny little things but that little line i think is a great throwaway line that signifies a lot of what's about to happen and have black mole they had molding blacks that they had left on their wickreme throughout the most moving well there's a that scene was one was pretty powerful betty gabriel say yes and i i wanted to point out that that was the scene that they led ally in the trailers with and if you're not careful if you watched the trilogy you might think it's more about her that it is about chris actually because they they really put that fourth the whole no no no no part and that actual seen the we she performed and i don't mean to the slide the conversation but i actually think it that movie when it came out later in the year she might have been nominated for that because just at sea watching your cry and basically when you know what's going on knowing that she's going back and forth inside herself with were with what's going on struggling like she's trying to reclaim control like the ages it it makes it seem more powerful by far that's it every single beatty belly gabriel was creepy to me and then at the end where she crashes the car you're ruin guy yellow lights stay i i i wanted more of her i.

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"kaluga" Discussed on 1A

1A

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"kaluga" Discussed on 1A

"Oh no new no no no no no no no no no no no i do something that's not my experience not at all the armitage's i so good to us they treat us like family i have never felt so creeped out on my own studio before he that was betty gabriel playing georgina in get out john horne what was the was the creepiest moment in this movie for you just hearing betty gabriel do that i'm just like i need a hug what creeped you out the most about this movie i think the passing reference to the base where there's a lot of black mold it's just a throw alive year and you go uh i know what that is the earth this this is a family that doesn't have more problems they've got another problems as those tiny little things that are said an on second viewing there's lots of little things you can look at some of the looks that allison williams gives daniel kaluga there are lots of tiny little things but that little line i think is a great throwaway line that signifies a lot of what's about to happen and have black mole they had molding blacks that they had left unamir troops you've got the most about the moving well there's a that scene was one was pretty powerful gabrielson yes and i i wanted to point out that that was the scene that they led a lot in the trailers with and if you're not careful you watched the trilogy might think get more about her that it is about chris actually because they they really put that fourth the whole no no no no part and that actual seen the we she performed it and i don't mean to to slide the conversation but i actually think if that movie when it came out later in the year she might have been nominated for that because gest at sea watching your cry and.

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"kaluga" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"kaluga" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"While films will be reviewing this time unidentified great to have you with us as always check us out on i tuned rate and review as i do the moves in a form it believes please do them in a five stores thanks to all those who listen last time last rampage currently available vod robert patrick check it out i'm great podcast coming up for you today as always whatever the people want we're going to give him jeff tweeted can you dustin hoffman actors showcases the do better i can't plethora choices when the great american actors dustin hoffman gets the actors showcase streaming suggestions with movies coming up next month one of my favorite interviews that we've done so far is in a file the great richard lewis will join us to talk about the new season of curb and we talked about score the documentary and so matchwinner the writer director is going to join us his camp got a hold me after the media give a pause review last of the pods so his want to talk to the matt i said let's do it so he's got a lot of good back or another documentary i urge you to check it out once again um i saw it on direct to be but i'm sure there's lots of other options in terms of streaming to find scored documentary and also um mm mm mm mm woeful wall street gets the score says he's story triggered this time around four years ago but if you're sick it was longer ago i may i just have and see the mouth i saw the theater obviously liked it a lot when i started going to dvd and i watched it again so aplenty iskra says he's stories from seventy year old marty whether the you know the best line is is decaf your the modernday kaluga is this amazing to see just how good stuff crammed him join a hill all the rest of it.

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"kaluga" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:25 min | 4 years ago

"kaluga" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The world's best caviar doesn't come from russia anymore although no one wants to say it china is reducing some of the most delectable fish eggs around kaluga queen caviar is farmed about three hundred miles southwest of shanghai and carried in twenty one out of twenty six freed michelin star restaurants in paris but because most consumers still associate chinese brands with inexpensive knockoffs the provenance of koluga queen caviar is rarely mentioned even on its own tins amanda low day bloomberg radio now we're going to continue our coverage of the bloomberg global business forum we discussed the topic of immigration with tim cooke the ceo of apple and michael bloomberg the founder majority shareholder of bloomberg lp the parent company of bloomberg radio let's talk about immigration an issue in america an issue around the world right now towel all eyes and tell people in this room these are your employees also called them your neighbors keeper we work with every day how you engaging with the administration on this issue right now well we're pushing extremely hard on this this is i think it's the biggest issue of our time currently among all these big issues because this goes to the values of being american this is all we human who are we acting with in eighty of track of morality right these people if if if you have met them the at at apple we have many came to the us from there were two years old they didn't exactly make a decision com they came here they only know our country this is their home they love america deeply when you talk to them i wish everyone in a miracle loved america this march they have jobs they pay taxes they're pillars of their communities dare incredible people in so to me it would be like someone come into my in thing mike i just found out you are really a citizen here you need to leave this is unacceptable this is not who we are as.

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"kaluga" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"kaluga" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"You can find the podcast id version in of that and also early in the show very first hour think also actual worth a lesson michael thomas the dolphinsafe you is really good and really cool and we're pretty like i felt like honest exchange about color i'd basically was like right like i i hate color and he's like i am we words we weren't sure eisenberg answer and he was like hey man he got a guy the memes although i did go with like because he brought the means and i knew about an eye so i tried to sell amman hey let's turn this on its head every time jay cutler though the touchdown pass get your teammates jill i do a spoken jay cutler like celebration but they would need is he was pretty much like still slow down man slowdown so vega to him for be on the show great workers always by executive producer adam kaluga adam underscore glue gun twitter by stuart kovacs who's on the boards i have a formal on twitter stewart kovacs c b asked great work by both those guys and a lot of topics to get too but i this katie thing i think is really interesting and i kinda wanna full disclosure my perspective on kevin durant before we get into the sound and if you miss this yesterday kevin durant from his account inexplicably tweeted out tweets taking shots at billy donovan his former coach with the thunder and his former teammates but he didn't third person so like the presumption was he thought he was in a fake burner twitter account thank you joel embiid for that term it's beautiful and wild duran is not so that's the case he owned up to it will boy this down here in a second here here's one thing andrea and i am what i am and that lets you know i come from reporting background so i have a very like you particular perspective on reporters versus athletes and i think thin skinned athletes like kevin durant who pretend to be one thing in in turn out to be another who tell the media the him at the allstar game who criticise um not just reporters but often fans who are wildly thinskinned who say that they loved their time in oklahoma city in a store we were so tormented i made a huge mistake in a story in modern.

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"kaluga" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"kaluga" Discussed on KQED Radio

"25 years ago she was just an alternate universe do what karkin said the chances of the kremlin leading navali run as a presidential candidate or close to zero it but that the opposition leaders real goal is to build a broad base of support he can use as a political tool later if social discontent grows he does what would you you decoupling vago another winning yanni dickie's make disappointing thing anthony comeback hov a 27yearold navali volunteer in tula says five years ago nobody talked about politics but now russia's sluggish economy is forcing even putin supporters to change their minds he says people are spending seventy percent of their income on food oh i would go the few hours later navan is addressing another crowd this time in kaluga a town with the big volkswagen plant sixty miles west of two more probably got off the gaza with his message is the same we can change russia but you need to go out in protest against corruption on june twelve that's one of only wants to a show the kremlin how much clout he wields in russia's provinces the crowd here a smaller but just as a busy asked that by by i got what i heard is a girl who was wearing a tshirt with navales face on it above the lifter hope the high school student whose parents are convinced the vanni as an american agent and there's twenty two year old college student if guinea zhan a no matter how dark the things seem in our country they are changeable and i can do something the changes the way things are going now still he admits there's an element of fear and of course i'm afraid illegal because the heart to be old brave in our country because things can happen zhaojun says he hasn't even told his parents that is now running of on these kaluga office lucienne cam npr news kaluga russia we've got a team in moscow this weekend david greene will be hosting from there tomorrow and monday recently david was talking to a foreign policy expert connected to the kremlin who was on his way to meet with a german delegation you're going to meet german the thought that gives a good a good thing for relationships with the wet all day you're yam's.

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"kaluga" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"kaluga" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of grassroots campaign and evoked the same enthusiasm was boris yeltsin russia's first president 25 years ago will share mischief of all correct bush's two mccartin says the chances of the kremlin letting the volume blerta's a presidential candidate are closed zero it but that the opposition leaders real goal is to build a broad base of support he can use as a political tool later if social discontent grows so does what would you decouple involved with him as a yardstick he's nate up appointments said anson kaunda a coffin through a 27yearold navali volunteer and tula says five years ago nobody talked about politics but now russia's sluggish economy is forcing even putin supporters to change their minds he says people are spending seventy percent of their income on food oh i go hours later navan is addressing another crowd this time in kaluga a town with the big volkswagen plants sixty miles west of two probably got off the gaza his message is the same we can change russia but you need to go out in protest against corruption on june twelve that's when a volley wants to show the kremlin how much clout he wields and russia's province the crowd here is smaller but just as enthusiastic by sea by what i could is a girl was wearing a tshirt with navales face on of of the in the hope is highschool student whose parents are convinced the vanni is an american agent and there's twenty two year old college student you've guinea zhan a no matter how dark the things seem in our country they are changeable and i can do something to change the way things are going now still he admits there's an element of fear now of course i'm afraid illegal because the heart to be oldbury in our country because things can happen judging says he hasn't even told his parents that he's now running of on his kaluga the office lucienne kim npr news kaluga russia we've got a team in moscow this weekend david greene will be hosting from there tomorrow and monday recently david was talking to a foreign policy expert connected to the kremlin who was on his way to meet with the german delegation you're going to be germans that sounds like it's a good a good thing for relationships with the wet in all day your drums.

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