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"kassar" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
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"kassar" Discussed on ESPN FC
"So they were six points, there of Byron upon the resumption of the season after their winter break. And that went to nine for a little period. So that is feels like significant. It is significant the other way to look at it is that they excelled in what was supposed to be transitional year. Under Lucian Fabra, the Artha Jaden Sancho twelve goals, fourteen assists, phone to strike are in Paco, Al Kassar who scored eighteen goals but only started eleven games. Had a new midfield with Celinda Leonie. But Andrew defensively they are so far off on. They may need to get a new goalkeeper. I don't know if barky is going to call it. I don't know if his under study who I saw last week against for tuna just door so, yeah, I they can look at it two ways. I'm sure there will be in the back of their minds a little bit of disappointment. Yeah. Let's see JJ. Let's do this now. Red card. I. Yep. My car goes to UEFA, Henrik McAteer Ian will not travel tobacco. And as by Jan for the way for Europa league final with arsenal. Mcateer took the decision based on the ongoing tension between John and his own country, Armenia over disputed territory, as MacOS Delaney pointed out in the independence day, this Europa league final venue has been a disaster from the beginning. This seems to be the icing on the cake. It is a culmination of so many problems with staging the Euroleague final in such venue. Geographically remove not sufficiently. Dipped politically questionable if a host city or country cannot guarantee the safety of every single player because of its political problems with another country in UEFA than that country. Cannot be considered for a final. Now the got away with it last year with Ukraine, which has a political problem with Russia, but it just happened that there were no players are teams that could make that a real issue..
"kassar" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Okay. So that's what you were doing in the lead up to two thousand eight and that's what we're here to discuss today where where vulnerability why is the world today? More fragile than it was saying two thousand seven of it's more fragile today than it was in two thousand seven because they have the same symptoms have the same disease. You put novacaine Al Kassar. Put novacaine al-kassar at what happens the patients get better is gonna feel better look better maybe for a while. And as some point you have a high price think about it. What was two thousand seven crisis of? It was a debt crisis. There's no question. We have a lot more that today. Different places. There's been a consumer delivery and housing market isn't nearly as leverage as it was back. Then. This is free lunch. In other words in different places doesn't make difference now whereas it and moved to governments from. Balance sheets. And of course, if the fuel the stock market rally was corporation, either investing their cash was here interest rates in their own stock or bowling, and then many cases, I mean, we have two point seven trillion dollars additional. And then of course, governments governance, they think they borrow for free. They need to borrow a lot. So he's got to print money or borrow. Higher and higher rates. I mean, we have to borrow more than three more than one point seven trillion dollars trillion dollars or something. And then think about it. Occurring higher and higher. Government. Taxpayers will pay for it. We paying you know, three hundred some. Three billion dollars of interest. Every year rates higher rates more interest race mantra spiral. But what does that mean? What is it that spiral in your mind in my in my mind is when governments have tomorrow? Medoff scheme when you have to borrow more and more to pay. Made I'll scheme or came. Is when you have tomorrow to repay creditors. And that's what we are doing the minute. You enter that. Phase. There's there's nothing healthy about it from economic standpoint that there is a large amount federal debt. Yes is not new to the United States. We have we national trend. Ten ten ten trillion. Less less faced a crisis. Right. Okay. That's not even more now with the tax cut in the more and more the deficits, plus we have hidden liabilities that.
"kassar" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Kassar. Novacaine on Cassar at what happens the patient is going to feel better look better maybe for while. And as some point you have a high price think about it. What was two thousand seven crisis of that? It was a debt crisis. We have today in different places consumer debt leveraging and housing market isn't nearly as levered as it was back then, but he's got a free lunch. In other words replaces doesn't make a difference now. Whereas it moves governments from you know. Balance-sheets val. She's and covert vouchers. Of course, it did fuel the stock market rally was corporation, either investing their cash was here interest rates in their own stock or Boeing, and then many cases, I mean, we have to point some trillion dollars additional corporate. And then of course, the governments governance. They think they borrow for free. They need to borrow a lot. So. So either got print money or borrow? Higher and higher rates. I mean, we have to borrow more than. More than one point seven trillion dollars trillion dollars or something. And then think about it. With incurring higher and higher. Government taxpayers will pay for it. We paying you know, three hundred billion dollars of interest rates higher rates more interest. Hiring Samantha spiral. What does that mean? What is it that spiral in your mind in my in my mind is one governments have tomorrow? When you have to borrow more and more to pay interest. Scheme or came name. It. Is tomorrow to repay creditors? And that's what we are doing the the minute you answer that phase. There's there's nothing healthy about it from economic standpoint. That there is a large amount of federal debt. Yes is not new to the United States. We have we. Initial ten ten ten trillion less less phase since the crisis. Right. Okay. That's not.
"kassar" Discussed on WRVA
"That's curb the crisis dot com brought to you by the governor's task force on prescription drug and heroin abuse in Virginia. After being detained at Israel's Ben Gurion airport. The last sixteen days Palestinian American Laura, Al Kassar has set foot in his real to begin graduate study at Hebrew University. Israel's supreme court overturned her deportation. Order justices ruled that the state failed to provide evidence. The twenty two year old actively supports the boycott divestment and sanctions or movement her deportation. They concluded was due to her political views with the justices called a dangerous and extreme step that could erode Isreaeli democracy. Giordano Miller ABC news Jerusalem in this country. The national institutes of health has moved more than half of its retired research chimpanzees to Louisiana's chimp haven sanctuary and I h director Dr Francis Collins says they're repaying a debt we owe this to them they were important participants in research studies that have taught us a lot about things like HIV and hepatitis two hundred or so chimps, many of them all. Old and sick remain at NIH, which is determining which of them can make the trip to Louisiana in pens. Berg Pennsylvania wildlife authorities removed at least two hundred forty animals from a home where they say conditions were deplorable authorities had to use fire department oxygen tanks and mask. The stench was so powerful a real menagerie inside including more than one hundred snakes several alligators and even to skunks..
"kassar" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"My wife and i went to austin a couple of years ago and we were sitting there this is the dumbest thing ever but at the restaurant that was in the show friday night lights i think it was tgi fridays where we're what's your face worked the whole time anyway we found the restaurant where they filmed it we sat there and had a beer talk to the bartender and on the wall it says keep austin weird and i said hey what's that about and he says we're wacky like we don't fit in texas we had a transvestite walking down south congress the other day and i said one get one transvestite that's west hollywood tuesday's parade we have parades he didn't get it but for for texas austin is whacky well mid all this talk about sanctuary cities austin has taken its fight against strict immigration enforcement a step further by declaring itself to be the first freedom city city council members unanimously passed two resolutions last week that will restrict police attempts to question immigrants about their status and here's where it gets really nuts curtail arrests for non violent crimes pulley it's it's telling the police department to avoid arrests for misdemeanors including smoking pot having drug paraphernalia taking part in petty theft sorta let people's steal staff and get high good idea sounds like an absolutely wonderful idea really because well listen when you start telling people that their feelings matter more than following the laws then then everybody loves each other and nothing ever goes wrong again greg kassar is an austin city councilman who pushed for the resolutions he says it's about people of color being over punished and over incarcerated in the city.
"kassar" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"To the first word breaking news desk for today's morning call his son al kassar hit when we see these type of activity in the global markets having said that some of the us futures are edging slightly off the lows heading into the weekend we could see a pickup in volatility as we move into the north american session in individual stocks news some positive news for glaxosmithkline this morning the trading higher by feet for eight percent they officially withdrawn from the pfizer consumer healthcare bit process put look ahead of course we'll is will be on the traded situation but apart from that russian rate decision this morning us suitable good stater bank of england's hurt you to speak and also in the ratings news spain will be commented on by snp there's some slight chances of an upgrade for spain today that's it for me for like micro breaking news at school orchard sunil thank you very much to live breaking news over your bloomberg type squawk on your terminal that's a bloomberg business flash here's markus karlsson with more on what's going on around the world mourning mark former french president nicolas sarkozy insists he's innocent after prosecutors charged him with accepting illegal campaign contributions from the former libyan leader moammar gadhafi in two thousand seven sarkozy told the french tv channel tf one quote there's no evidence no documents no photograph no account only hatred mud and mediocrity japan's prime minister shinzo abe is planning a snap trip to washington next month he's concerned about the alliance after being surprised by the plans for a meeting between president trump and kim yong earn as well as the new trade tariffs a former playboy playmate meanwhile has told cnn that donald trump offered to pay her after they had sex in a private bungalow at the beverly hills hotel in two thousand six trump's personal lawyer michael cohen has not responded to a request for comment and a collection of plastic afloat in the plot and the pacific ocean is growing rapidly according to new scientific estimate predictions suggest a build up of about eighty thousand tons of plastic in a patch between california and hawaii the ocean cleanup foundation says that the.
"kassar" Discussed on I Am Rapaport
"In mario kassar night believe caracal really wanted him to do it and he got in a motorcycle actually couldn't do the physical part of it so cameron jim cameron had to find somebody and what he wanted originally was an unknown because of everything you just talked about knowing what have any preconceived notion of who i was who is this guy so you would accept me in that role a lot easier than if it was you know denzel washington playing the t wh right right right right so a complete unknown comes in the audition process was you'll love this the i didn't read the script they didn't give you the no you got to create an intense presence they're looking for an intense present said this is your first audition this is my i've had some auditions i've done die hard to nothing for disor for that filler that film yes there so they say come into tents bradley s carried this grip yeah the shop secret topsecret jam cam ranh it's it's the terminator seek oh i came in and i met malli fin sat with her now she i had been sold to her as sort of a cross between a james dean david bowie okay so they were intrigued with that show they're looking at me and and i i just decided to try to catch catcher not looking at me and when you look back at me i was staring at her intensely like i wanted to take her head off right and you have a good staring at you intensely like you want to take your head off look like i'd especially at the time right like you a fucking freak i was afraid puts fuck it frigate i know my kids saw the movie recently away like de jesus sit there they ever seen they had never seen and they were like dad oh my god i see that now i see why you've got it was that's a trim you were very trip you let a trip of for a film for your kids to see oh yeah yeah that's not a normal like oh look at me amiram on tv sharm look look at me in this that's like a weird.
"kassar" Discussed on WWL
"The job is to cut moves call anyone at one of the guy you got a used car and you're gonna have to beat him up well you know if you're if you're sitting in your car and you have a gun and a guy comes to the car you you've got a no right away that that is an option and it it you know again i wasn't there i i don't know but this whole thing could have been avoided if kassar had not been the aggressor now that doesn't mean that his life wasn't threatened in the end and that's against the verdict we have to wait for wayne regardless of whether you agree or disagree with the verdict we accept it from the jury i will what right wole i kept with right has murdered somebody man is a strange madl will law but he sits benefits benefits self if it selfdefense than it's not murder doesn't the maybe that again we we're not we're we're not dare the the jury is hearing more information than than you and i have a an and and i'm very open about a hot and talking about this on the air what what i wanna ask you abu him to our words we don't have linked the pump now we don't know hautrhin wherever you yes so then only what george hill we just don't that's what we know we don't know those things will learn more when it's over wayne are gonna move on i really appreciate the call if you're on hold hang on our numbers to 600 one eight seventy text 870870 and here's are pretty most opinion poll what is your prediction for the verdict on the trial of ronald gasser guilty or not guilty gives us your opinion by going to our website wwlcom and also me comeback i i want to mention briefly about how this this should not come down to an issue of our guns and inevitably it will it's not about guns it's about people i'm scoot we'll be right back on wbal goal at valid maude i may get tough fell to.
"kassar" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"I think that that loyd is really pervasive in in our so quick fix culture and i've changed a more outgoing are more adventurous i say yes more and i know what's important he may and i can tell you categorically that it's not things and patch it and leave the camp i wanna bring in another guest and that is tim cassar he's joining us from galesburg illinois he's a professor and chair of psychology at knox college his academic focus is on materialism and wellbeing tim kassar is also the author of the forthcoming book hyper capitalism the modern economy it's values and had a change them to passer welcomed on point we just heard that piece of sound in which a woman described how transformational it was for her when she really cut back on her shopping why is there's so much psychology to this why why do people find it something they really need to wrestle with with so much difficulty poisoning one of the main reasons is that were very much socialized into thinking that making money and buying stuff is gonna solve lots of our problems in life um you know so just like people are socialised and two boys act this way and girls act that way or socialized and to religious beliefs or political beliefs there also socialized into an economy and our particular economy is one which tells us that uh prophet as important that economic growth is important that materialistic values for having stuff is important and that um you know having the right image which has almost always mediated through buying stuff is important and so you're you're subject to that especially nowadays from almost from birth uh the way the marketers go after children and that's become a part of most people's identities and so it's always hard to kind of uh go counter to your identity encounter dear socialization especially when so much time and effort.
"kassar" Discussed on Easily Offended
"And i need honest did you see what happened at the club house no no no budget or you in this be honest about everything you guys because al kassar's because you'll have a my on so you've got to speak out to daddy's my over here came the no reason who isn't we wouldn't have done it it did you see that bought the time he believes invited but listen i'm from brooklyn right so i'm i'm i'm from a place where they already in a party but let me no know focus because you from harlem correct don't worry about we're slow from two children announced their home okay so so i i am the thai she she if i can make if i could make some money whether they friend full whenever i'm i'm going to be the i can make some way so i didn't know if this guy had talent and blessed the me go goalie and listen to this guy single yes so that's why i came the people that's why i came to his say what you video relay on your mind day in a affet i didn't know that i didn't know that both x chief of oh epa then a sad day is there a her body for no real soda was exaggerated they home who's who is still but added but but who squash visas tell you there who squashed the beef pause are we the sudan pot tomas wash of beef.
"kassar" Discussed on The HT Guys
"Uh but the sat kassar's iptv product and the there had been some missing places pieces to the offering add that being specifically the the dvr but i'm betting that their direct tv will add a cloudbased dvr and signed deals with local channels to really make the services something that you'd want to cut the chord with and that was what i said back in january and what i'm like to say as a model to a good start there were one million subscribers as of december fifth and that that service doesn't even have a dvr yet it's in beta so i think once a dvr comes will see even bigger numbers so one for one at this point all right so my first was day in date movie streaming and the prediction was is going to happen this year either sean parker screening room will finally go live or someone else will figure out a way to work with theater owners to make it a reality could be someone that we talked about in the pasok fandango may be a big theater chain but i said it happens this year i hope and i'm taking partial credit on this one and just because bright was a flop doesn't mean we didn't get a true first run blockbuster movie in streaming form on the day it was released at wasn't always the theaters but it was released to streaming and let's just be honest will smith has dropped some terrible movies in the past that have gone to movie theaters wild wild west and after earth i don't think i need to go on 'cause you know what they are bright is a legit first run quote unquote blockbuster i am paul adjusts to everyone who didn't know about it and went out and washed it after i mentioned it last week but it was a terrible terrible movie i didn't even finish it because it i couldn't he couldn't do it hopefully we get more legit blockbusters coming from netflixing amazon or somebody else this year hopefully they're are actually worth watching but i'm taking partial credit on this when anyways okay so i thought you're thinking like a movie theater like a studio that would have it in the theater and streaming that's why are taken partial.
"kassar" Discussed on WTRH
"Welcome to hope in the night latenight talk radio offering biblical hope and practical help i'm roger manning here with author and speaker june hunt uh at the ministry hope for the heart like our president by the way who unashamedly presents the reason for the season at least when he says it he said merry christmas today i saw that if it is so interesting all of a sudden there are these people who are not afraid the literally say may christmas and there are others that i remember and even previous shares there it's happy holidays happy holidays and uh uh it's fascinating because we can have uh w we as a ministry are not bound by whatever rule another entity may have and that's why uh today was with our international director is just absolutely phenomenal the ministry that they're having it's just a it blesses your heart when you understand and and it's interesting because we have a matching gift at this point where we have a a partner will have a partner with an arab bet um uh sorry uh an arabic uh media ministry in the middle east and even in north africa they they broadcast to those large locations and and they produced they will produce twenty 12 video dramas for television and social media that we would be a part of meaning these are program set will address difficult topics and when i say difficult i'm talking about abuse anger forgiveness thinks that people really identify with and don't and midterms don't have answers to end so there are multiple topics out that will provide the opportunity to opportunity to uh actually contact trained counselors christian kassar's these will be prayer partners and they can receive disciple ship and that means that listen to this it'll be bringing hope to over four hundred million people say that again four hundred million and emit for many their hearing about christ for the first time a relationship with christ that's what they need we're going to tell you in just minted how you can participate in that yourself will give you all the information to be a part of this ministry hope for the heart as we are partnering with this other ministry inner international ministry or we explain the reason for the season little yielding we would dream christmas the gifts and money.
"kassar" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"On wbz newsradio 1030 the man charged with driving is suv into sweet tomatoes restaurant a nude and killing two people is facing two years in prison if he pleads guilty a judge finally made that ruling today bradford kastler's attorney said his client would plead guilty if he would not be sent to jail the attorney also blame counselors multiple sclerosis four the accident back in march 2016 kassar is due back in court in late december a twenty year old shot in roxbury is seriously injured he was shot sitting in an suv the at around two o'clock today near the corner of cevers street and humbled app this is boston police commissioner bill evans whoah walked up to him and and fired shots into if i have no clue what where he was before that i as you can see this their work in the scene hopefully they can peace it altogether evans says one person was spotted fleeing the scene after the attack no word on a motive a protest at the congress street bridge bicycle advocates form a human bike lane after a crude bike lane was spray painted on the bridge in then painted over by the city wbz's bernice proposed as spoke to bonnie pajic the woman who painted the fake by claim well um i just bought a can pin online bike down here about seven pm and just went for it and i was really actually surprised that i didn't get arrested by i was prepared for that but i have my idea i mean everything but you know what i mean nobody noticed i guess and when i ran of us raping i was going to do the southbound side but i ran into spray paint so i just bites home and it you know now we're here now they're there we'll have more on that story throughout the night that still going on right now but first time cutting over in the com sports studio and patriots preparations continue for sunday at buffalo buffalo rug growing coasties home office as a kid i do the pump dozen or so about this earlier extra playing new england that game is a bump as chicken admitted to the final round we threw a footba at halftime on the field era of ruffalo some stadium i didn't win that round i made it to that far but i.
"kassar" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Coming out of new mexico going up to san francisco bay area so you pull over on old route sixty six off the forty free way and the morning at the baghdad cafe waldman be with you on with this hottie how you doing i love this guy well we're just doing an interview here finding out about the bagdad cafe is i know is there a pays that picture in their of burt lancaster why zarrella stand in here let me get this very worrying wise portrait of burt lancaster in all of the baghdad cafe brace yourself oh you just bought it hurt lancasters narrow been he's a treasure i just hung it out that is wrong it up our l l seventy blew the whole laid off his ferdinand kassar had to be hour this is what happens when the government pays for seriously uk compete in the free market this this is what happens when you get subsidy okay y you could cover rate is you gave your house earth baghdad cafe what you get bottom line was this on television assistant version that up because i've seen because you used to do stuff on the news every now and then but they kept him to like three minutes on shared with your rights is a great when he's interviewing a single mom hairdresser in her living room and she event tells you she's a world champion whistler in these are whistling together sounds shrugging his shoulders in the baghran which what's he doing he witnesses.
"kassar" Discussed on WEEI
"The world and to me this was a team sport dislike baseball is you know i didn't get to choose when i got sick i didn't get to choose wearing my body i didn't get to choose a lot of decisions i didn't get to make but the decision i did get to make was my team at danafarber dial eight seven seven seven three eight one two three four help us strike al kassar says i bet down here at fenway park renewed duda pick up the phone donate eight seven seven seven three eight one two three four we wanna hit two point five million before we close out a two o'clock chris sale will join us in just a couple of minutes we do have a couple of minutes we can talk some baseball again last night rothfield averaged twenty year old kid we talk about the chapman at that we talk about the home run the other night were dug it out of the dirt and last night he starts a triple plug he's twenty years old will twenty yeah i mean love done and you're ready to get this thing off the dribble play balls hitomi touch third matic it's not like he bought it like a huddled hundred three that's a bombedout to hormones that's that's amazing you can hit but he fielded a grumble it was standing on third associating through a million if it's a cool achievement it's not like oh my god the joe he that play it has never happened this morris oh wow the actually in the opportunity everybody in the dugout was yellow triple play to replace it with the hit it through him but those but the point is twelve years old the runs today put up there in a v eight spot they do at home run up those is double double single double single tub you'll moving that thing along which you can't get every single night a meeting got that you would need every hit a home run bright bill put eight runs on the board all right it's a short by poor selo also be just a couple of guys to you i thought were encouraging we'll see how it goes but zinder bogart yes finally pulling the.