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Gaza Ceasefire Can't Mask Destruction Says UNRWA Chief

UN News

01:11 min | Last month

Gaza Ceasefire Can't Mask Destruction Says UNRWA Chief

"Humanitarian community is welcome to ceasefire agreed in the occupied palestinian territory and israel but warned that the destruction in gaza will take years if not decades to fix speaking from gaza. Metairie schmaltz from the un relief agency for palestinians andrea said. There was no going back to normal in the clave. After more than ten days of rocket fire and air strike exchanges between the warring parties have killed more than two hundred fifty people and injured thousands. Going back to normal. Life means having to watch very carefully whether they're unexploded devices we know at least one school in our case or one of our two hundred seventy eight schools where we have discovered too deeply buried bombs and we have alerted authorities that so obviously we cannot just rush back into our buildings and schools. The ones that we didn't use that were unguarded. We have to actually make sure they're safe. Mr schnell noted the unrest off for mainly residents of the region said that the violence had been worse in intensity and terror than two thousand fourteen before entering the un secretary. General's call for meaningful political process to resolve the grievances of both palestinians and israelis

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"metairie" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

05:44 min | 7 months ago

"metairie" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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Khan Academy: Sal Khan

How I Built This

06:58 min | 9 months ago

Khan Academy: Sal Khan

"Most of the products and services we've talked about on the show have been innovative or disruptive in some way. But some of them and you've heard me say this before have fundamentally changed the way we live I mean lift AIRBNB starbucks. Shop Affi-. wayfair. These brands have transformed the way that many of us shop and travel and work. But every now, and then a founder comes along that seems to want to do something even more ambitious, even more transformative like remember. Pat. Brown, he founded impossible foods to create meet out of plants meet. So meet like that even the most die-hard carnivores would want to eat it. Pat Wants to put a stop to meet production period because of the damage, it's doing to the planet and essentially and I don't think I'm overstating this. He set out from day one to change the world. But still. Pat Brown stands to make a lot of money from his company same with most of the founders who've been on this show and I don't think any of them are motivated primarily to make money but it is part of the story they make a product or offer service, sell it to you and me, and they also get rich perfectly fine. But what about someone who makes a product or offers a service that is equally transformational maybe even more so but makes it one hundred percent free To do that, you have to make personal sacrifices starting by earning a lot less money. which is just part of what makes Sal Khan. So incredibly remarkable. Over the past twelve years, he's built Khan Academy into a powerhouse, a massive online learning platform that offers free tutorials to anyone anywhere. And from the very beginning South sided, his academy would be a nonprofit that it should never be tempted to compromise on its values. But before he launched Khan, Academy Sal didn't anticipate any of this. He was just trying to help a younger cousin with her sixth grade math lessons at the time he was working for a hedge fund. But from those early days of doing one on one to toils sal gradually built a platform that offers hundreds of classes in dozens of languages. Nearly thirty million people use Khan Academy. Every month to learn math science arts even sat prep all four free and Khan. Academy has inspired the launch of many other online learning platforms, but many of them are for profit operations that charge money. But we'll get to all that moment first. Let's back up just a little bit sal Khan grew up in metairie Louisiana his mom was from India and his dad was from Bangladesh and the marriage ended when sal was pretty young. My parents. Had issues and so they separated when I was probably about eighteen months old two years old and then I had really never seen my father and I saw once four an evening when I was thirteen and then he passed away the next year so it was really might. mother who raised us as as a single mother. While was there a community of South Asian families in imagery? Growing up. Yeah my you know when my parents separated. We actually live with my young at the time they were in their twenty s, and so they all were kind of like father figures and almost like older siblings to to me as well and and a lot of ways they were not your stereotypical you know. Just come to the US study. Get a job save money kind of prudent immigrant story they were. They were much more embracing of New Orleans. Culture. And I would say they're the most new ORLEAN South Asians. You will ever find it in your life. I had a very colorful childhood. You know late night parties, people, singing, and dancing. For me it felt like a I remember my third birthday that my uncles got a belly dancer. I still remember Habiba you know So it was definitely a different type of childhood, but it was a in some ways a really rich one. So what did your mom do for a living? The first job that I remember her having she she was the person who takes the change out of the vending machine at the at the local hospital actually the hospital where I was born and she took me to work a couple of times 'cause she didn't have childcare and I thought at the time I remember watching her do that. I think it was like the coolest job on earth because you have the key that you can open up the vending machine and like quarters just pour out of it. So she did that for a little bit and then essentially was a cashier at a series of convenience stores is kind of doing you know one minimum wage job after another and then I was in high school she had remarried her my Stepdad at the time were able to. Kind of cobble together to get a a small convenience store in. Your book you write. Louisiana was as close to South Asia as the United States could get. It's spicy food. Giant cockroaches in the corrupt government which is both funny but somewhat true true. I guess right I mean. You grew up at a time when. Like David Duke was the. The representative in steel her. The part of Mary where we had our store, it was called seminole convenience store on Seminole Avenue, and it's called a parliamentary called on that was kind of the heart of David Dukes base. So to speak I remember in a right outside of our our store across the street was the largest David Duke for president signing I've ever seen and so it was A. You know the the folks who lived in the neighborhood who were frankly know Super David Duke supporters in some ways it was lucky. This is pre nine eleven They didn't really know what to make of my family at at the time We've had a few conversations I remember with people the store where they they openly told us that they were trying to decide whether we were white or the N. word to you know we were confusing them but you know growing up I was the only Brown kid in in the classroom. But I never felt in school at all like folks were in any way biased or racist against me. If anything I have to give the the school system to Jefferson parish school system, a lot of credit you know I think a lot of what I am today is because they gave me opportunities there were teachers that believed in me. I had a really good friend circle So so I have no. You, know I I don't feel like it was a a tough childhood.

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Behind the Assassination of Yitzhak Rabin

People of the Pod

13:46 min | 1 year ago

Behind the Assassination of Yitzhak Rabin

"The nineteen ninety five assassination of prime minister. Yitzhak Rabin was a cataclysmic event in Israeli history it was the first nail in the coffin of the peace movement that Rabin himself had helped birth Israeli security forces had always. He's assumed that threats to the prime minister would come from Israel's foreign enemies like Iran or Syria or from Palestinians. The the idea that a Jewish person would murder. The prime minister was inconceivable. Almost until the moment that Yigal Amir pulled the trigger. I'm your was then a twenty five year old law student at Bar Ilan University and he decided to throw his promising life away in order to kill a prime minister stor who he feared was ruining Israel by contemplating giving land to Palestinians now twenty five years later Israeli filmmaker. Tehran Silberman has created a moving thrilling dramatic recreation of those awful days leading up to the assassination with his film. Incitement incitement won the twenty nineteen. Oh Fear Prize for best picture. Israel's equivalent of the Academy Awards and is now playing in limited release here in the United States. Your own joins us now to talk about the movie and share his perspective on the State of politics and extremism in Israel. You're on thank you so much for joining us my pleasure. Thank you say now before we dive in. I just want to tell you when I found out that this interview is a possibility. I decided decided I would go and see the show and I went with my best friend last week. Alex and I went. We saw the movie. It was beautiful it was haunting it was powerful and then my sister Mr. My older sister found out that I had gone and she was furious at me. I said I don't understand why you would go. You wouldn't tell me okay fine. She has a point I get it and she says don't worry about it. I'll go with a friend and so she goes to the movie on Saturday night and I get this tax from her movies about to start but look who's sitting like to rose rose up and it's a picture of President Bill Clinton and Secretary Hillary Clinton preparing to enjoy the film. And then I found out that Bill Clinton spoke afterwards words and so she doesn't get to be mad anymore. That's like you will your own like I said you've made a beautiful haunting powerful powerful film and I hope our listeners will seek it out in their home cities. We're not going to spoil anything about the movie because it hues very very closely to real world events but I wanted to dive deep into some of the choices that you made when you were creating and I want to start with the name of the movie which in English is incitement and in Hebrew Hebrew is Yamile Neuro team which refers to its base. And that's basically the Hebrew way of saying high holidays like Russia on Yom Kippur but literally it means those awful days and I was wondering what went into those two names of the movie. Okay so I. I met title that I gave the movie. Career Group humanoid him the reason being because yeah. It's a double play. A on those dates were really really terrible. Days for spectrums of political ideas and all sectors of the Israeli society. Such as you know you have the bombs on one hand the explosions and you have of course this nation nations which is a terrible traumatic events. So these were horrible days at the same time as you said rightfully so that it's the holidays elites which means these days. And they all four days of atonement days of soul-searching days of asking for forgiveness. And and I think the movie is also so much about that making you know for the society and all about their involved in all over the world metairie worth SOC- nation deal society under in extreme tension that the violence erupts. It's about soul-searching would do wrong. We have stopped it and does does. Of course we're involved in actual actions that led to the events. So that's why you had the other meaning. That was so important in English. Rush there is no double meaning to these words translation so anti choose and you want and I thought about you know what would be the right one and I wanted something again will encompass an important issue because I find this nation to ignite something very important discourse important conversation within society especially especially these days and all over the world and I felt incitement captured that essence of you know at the end of the day that for the film rights to show how the you know working of that and how hopefully in the future will be better citizens and now the movie follows Eagle Amir Era Rabin's assassin in the year or so leading up to the murder. Although it doesn't actually reveal the name of the character of the murder I think e Gol Amir's name is I said probably ten or twenty minutes into the film but it shows his romantic challenges. It shows the Anti Mizraki racism. That he he faced as a Yemenite Israeli. It shows his tough ideological mother in some respects. It seems to indicate that he was incited not only by politicians and by rabbis but also by his circumstances and one thing that I was wondering is whether the movie is too sympathetic toward him. Well it's got the door because at the end of the day saination and them and somebody who kills a prime minister that was pushing for peace peace between the two people that were in the whole styling Stephen Hall style relationships and therefore somebody who kills somebody and fight for peace. I think has to be a you know not somebody at the end of the day that you root for or for him at or however hey I I did want to tell a true story on his story about that person. I mean not about him. The stories about robbings summation but through the eyes of the fifth. And why. Don't you describe guessing. On a psychological level psychological thriller genre that they see. This movie belongs to then you have to tell all sides and these aside we then I discovered during the research so I want to tell the story in more rounded way so that we can look you you know into the eyes of their be as we say and get as much insight out of the story that you know that truthfulness will will bring about. So that's why I went with all the ways the first to say. Oh I'm not going to be a girlfriend that they were you know going through a journey tour getting married. You know because if I'm not telling that I'm not showing one asking. Do you know how this relationship ended. And I'M NOT GONNA say for not to sport it that there is a wave rape and and that has to do his temperament after and behavior also right. It affects him complete. I have to be both on otherwise wants to be here. So much of the drama in the movie comes from these small moments between Amir and his girlfriend between Amir and his mother or especially between when his father. How much of those quiet dialogues with his personal dialogues? Were you able to reconstruct based on interviews and research as opposed to you know. What did you kind? You have to simply imagine where leads the nation because the events themselves are oil based on research and words and auster researching for several years reading everything that he had to say that the setting Corp investigation in the national inquiry. I gotTA handles awake. Speaks speaks and logic and demeanor and I use debt extended that into these particular conversation. I was present but all these answers all the dot. Hello he's actually part of language and large so the answer is the combination rabbi's in many ways are some of the bad guys of the film and Rabbinic texts these kind of fundamental rabbinic texts. That underpins so much of Judaism today are shown as like these Arcane Arcane manuscripts that give a mere kind of pseudo moral backing my monetize the Rambam he turns to him in order to justify killing killing robbing. And it's true that extremists often find support in fundamentalist interpretations of Rabbinic tax of religious tax. Not only in Judaism and I and Islam and Christianity. I'm wondering what you think about that characterization and I'm also wondering if you think that the political left in Israel could benefit politically Kalihi from a greater fluency in those tax integrator embrace of a Jewish religion slanted more in their favor whether they could do that without compromising on those values and whether that might bolster the moral ground that they stand on okay so you you asked two questions and each one of them as you know many many answers but there are complex questions. But I'll try to address whatever it can within the time to have so first about read by you. Know I'd be definitely are already rabbis. Of course in Israel that would be a complete misleading. I'm showing rabbi. That are Meinie From the Herliman. You know The West Bank rabbis rabbis of settlements of leading settlements. And and I think that that proclaim the true story here and I'm not saying that everybody because that would be wrong of me but too many you know too many to inference nation. That was too many and yes. They use the scripture and there was a conversation about this book because Scripture Blight to robbing the nation and I think it was a huge mistake. Terrible mistake between cited for this nation. So I'm standing guided and yeah most showing Footage you know and you see what people say and it's only two single version but I wouldn't say the generalized that about all the religious population death not or read by that would be uncertain to say and wrong. So that's on that level but I do you know still still be a very very critical of many many rabbis that incited now and for your second question about whether the left should know more jails to know that many many figures the leading figures in the left on the left side of very well versed with religious scripture and everything thing religious. So it's not that they're not I I'll give you one example. She's norger like with with the booby. Shulamit Aloni name. She needs to be a prominent person and left founder of the Merits Party Foreign Minister of Education exactly and she thinks there and she says already in Austin boggles to massacre curse she goes on TV in the movie and see that the guy when she says that whoever listen carefully to the cold was poking on route shave our to the a settlement radio channel and wherever listen to you know we're rabbi said you did it was coming so she knew and she says she she referred to it because she knew that she knew and also if you stick store knowledge of religious scripture matters La La more thanks art is huge and deep. So it's not just a mess you know doesn't know they know going to help you in any way because I don't think that's viewed the argument. The argument liberal say that religious. Some tastic but that's individuals business and it should not affect the state uh-huh and also that these were is democratic Jewish state yes but democratic before everything else. That's what libro would say to you so I don't think there's an issue with the religion issue between left and religion. You're on let me just close with one final question. Incitements or habitat in. Hebrew has become a kind of buzzword in Israel today anytime any politician criticizes and other. It's hustle tides incitement. Whether they're coming from the left or the right you know you see you see the prime minister you see his opponents. Everyone is accusing everyone of inciting everyone else. What is this movie half to say about incitement extremism and the state of politics in Israel today? Well I think that the scores in many many cases you need sweat today on this level of politicians and also just leader etc crossed crossed a line where followers of the person that says that stuff. Could you know use particular words and inflict extreme violent one other person or group and I think that's where we are he's and you've seen time and again especially near elections near you know important events that happened politically. So Yeah I think we cross the line I think you see that also in the United States with Donald Trump and at the end of the day it's terrible and should be stopped but that doesn't you mean we can criticize in protest at all being critically super important for good citizenship and for society to progress and also You know again proteins. Issue's important tool of society as long as you do it without inciting to violence. That's the limit and I think that people cross the line urine. Thank you for making making this beautiful movie. Congratulations on the awards and on its run here in America and good luck on all your future endeavors. Thank you so much. Thank you so much. I appreciate this conversation patient.

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Divine Architecture: Our Lady of the Cadore

Monocle 24: Section D

04:43 min | 1 year ago

Divine Architecture: Our Lady of the Cadore

"Monaco's dedicated weekly design program. And I'm Josh Venit each week. We embark on an uphill challenge of an intriguing tale. Somewhere somewhere in the world of design and this week we had to the snow top tips of the Dolomite Mountains in Italy to be exact located in a forest. Not far from the resort town of Cortina. He knows damn pet so in northern Italy the Church of Our Lady of Kadora is a jewel of sacred modern architecture completed in nineteen sixty one. The building was designed by Italian architect of note collar SCARPA. He worked with the former pupil to create a space that continues to attract devote tease design minded and religious like Monaco's Melania correspondent Ivan. Combine Leo made the Pilgrimage to visit the church and he also spoke with a local architectural historian named Michaela. Low about about this. Unique Work of ecclesiastical architecture take it away Ivan one of the most enigmatic doc and underappreciated figures of Twentieth Century Design Carlo SCARPA was an architect and designer best known for his instinctive approach to materials combining time. I'm honored crafts with modern manufacturing techniques. We all live on. Borough fanatical born in one thousand nine six in Venice where I studied architecture. SCARPA would go on to work at the famed. Veneer glassworks in Moreno. Where in the Nineteen Thirties. He was creative director and developed pieces. The today are part of the permanent collection. At New York's Moma as an architect SCARPA worked mostly in around Venice. We're in the nineteen forties. He began to teach drawing and into your decoration. At the local university one of his pupils was architect. Eduardo Goellner who returned in nineteen fifty six to ask his former professor for help on a commission in the dolemite mountains. It Atalanta Kamata Brigitta in the village to record order close to the ski resorts of Cortina. Pitso Gillner was busy building. A holiday village for the employees of ENRICO METAIS head of Italian oil giant any next to two hotels and chalets for workers families to use his vacation homes in summer and winter metairie desire to church to complete his mouth community. You Kill Merlo is an architect and historian who oversees foundation documenting. The work of Goellner who bid like years Care Integrated Tony Goupil down. The chemicals that Merrill explained tells carpers lasting contribution to the interior of the church elevated the any project pick to become a respected work of contemporary Italian architecture. The case will be larger. Costatini solid between a forum. Ano- Naji Lady Eighty Galilee. He said he'd donate any promotional video. Shows the church in all its modernist splendor blender during a festive Christmas mass and the mass full attention to detail that SCARPA brought to the project. Scott up out of the Venezia a Thai the comic receive eight three the Morano carotenoids any Lampe de Mello observes of the austere interior made of concrete beaten would is given a touch of color in the green and Ambert into Chinda. Leers made him Ronald Glass designed by SCARPA his minimalist pews. Mahogany arc matched by flooring that beaches a pattern created by submerging treetrunks into the cement pavement. The main entrance is a grand sliding door and would that opens in summertime. Underneath the churches sixty degree pitched roof and slender belltower. With a high steel steeple there recalls a slender oil rig worshippers find a sequence of trusses braced by asymmetrical steel tyrod and supported by cement pillars. Also remarkable was the high altar and his spinning the reforms of the Second Vatican Council a few years later SCARPA designed stunning sculpture in White Guerrero marble that allow the priest to face the congregation and during the celebration of the mass fans of SCARPA will find it like his later. Work of sacred architecture at the Briones cemetery in the Venuto. It is the subtleties that standout in his designs. At the Church of Our Lady of Kadoorie SCARPA was able to compose

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Djokovic thrashes Berrettini in ATP Finals opener

The Tennis Podcast

02:55 min | 1 year ago

Djokovic thrashes Berrettini in ATP Finals opener

"We've got now. The two winners of the of the two group matches because earlier today Novak Djokovic was upset at emphatic. Take Against Matteo Bertini. The story of this match is that quite similarly to Roberts against law. It was two games all and Nice competitive in the first is having a meeting with somebody who who works and BBC TV and he said Oh. I was really worried in the first two games. This crisp just going to be a really quick match. Because you know there's one level of thirty comments as low as well and suddenly it was too all we're both sitting there thinking us quite good. This isn't it anyway at a little Chitchat and a half an hour. Later it was six to four love and and Djokovic just took him to the cleaners what happened in for those that saw the match. What why was this? So one-sided six two six one against Matab Bertini protein who aside from playing against Roger Federer at Wimbledon has been competitive against everybody to Bari Matz Analysis which I now apply a version of every single match that I watch thirteen. He played shots. He didn't play points and I felt like he played a lot of shots were irritating. They didn't turn out to be winners he did the thing that even ID David hitting one sort of decent is short and being irritated that it comes back number against chocolate country in the Fed Cup. You know Dan Dan stand there and Admi- shots which yeah I'm definitely guilty of that even very good until I hit the tree. Yes then you feel differently joke which is very good. Yeah I think it was one of those performances where to get such a discrepancy in the scoreline. You clearly needed one of the place to be brilliant and one of them to be wet off the game. I mean one of the more alarming stats I've ever seen about Bertini was that if you include double-faults he hit as many unforced errors. Is he one points in the match. Which is I'm not account remember really seeing stat line that before? That's really bad. Had it was really bad wasn't an he. He was so bamboozled by the experience that he forgot where the exit to the court wasn't some war on and that was again that was one of those really. Poignant folding away the flag what's the wrong bitten some somebody had come on metairie. It's over there you've got to know what back pulse Turkovich

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Space technology thats helping small States survive climate change

UN News

04:44 min | 1 year ago

Space technology thats helping small States survive climate change

"This is an academy with you and US fifty years since the first moonwalk space technology has made a huge difference to life on earth just think about all the services and that is what has been backing so far we have been seeing how the industry has progressed and there are no moving more and more away from providing individual in the field and for them to take photos that are designed to work over low bandwidth and also provide photos to us immediately to our service the peace and security human rights et Cetera sign any has you know this week is worse based week and today has we talk more and more we are teaming up with the Commonwealth Secretariat so to the in London as well as several UK entities in order to provide capacity the competitions maybe a personal question I would like to know how you had this idea to develop this about climate change dangerous are you optimistic that space technology is going to help us bits absolutely I think we'll see more the type of technology I was using to look at the medicine ice cap if that could be used porch metairie and purposes so time there was no one else really doing that very much about being able to use practical application of technology and putting Tulleson the answer of users at the national level is fundamental in order to move forward both development agenda we are committed to leading the one behind an example and tomatoes fifty would be a commonsense project this project we are countries that are directly faced with the climate change right now as they need to take very hard decisions on me people for example because well let's see images providing information on example of that when we are looking to improve parliamentary sealions in the UN or some you have we are guided by this the years and seeing how the typical you know can be used with different types of applications from quasi unitarian falsely relevant to all the main so the pressure to work with the UNHCR for the first three years in the United Nations and I learned a lot from that we really saw how this could benefit we went satellite experts are aiming to give small island states threatened by natural disasters in climate change the best chance of survival in an interview with you and you this is Kena each back to celebrate World Space Week Dr Hainer Bureau go explains how technology out there in orbit can be applied for development more space technologies having direct practical impacts over or light of already of course it is having a huge impact of course telecommunications tonight's whether it's too late Indiana -tarian ends we have developed a mobile application to give tools in the amsoil initially early founders and actually it's as though so are I see so part of our daily light but increasingly the types of it majority that we are using will little by little see and make their way in with them with the government's overtime so any project would you deploy people to the countries we learn from the government and we are together designing the solutions

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"metairie" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"metairie" Discussed on Movin 92.5

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"metairie" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

07:11 min | 2 years ago

"metairie" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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"metairie" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"metairie" Discussed on Power 106 FM

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"metairie" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"metairie" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Metairie it things like that. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I I like Stephen King films a lot more than the books. I mean. But I mean, I'm a film guy. People always L will the book was better. It's like, they're not exchangeable commodities. You know, a dance is different than a sculpture. You know, a book is different than a movie it just, you know, when you're in the mood for a movie, you you you're not in the mood to read a book and vice versa. And what works in a book doesn't work in a movie. And I think that a lot of my favorite. Stephen King stuff is all the short stories. I think his novels or to Pat it too long winded. You know from what I understand about Stephen King. And I never met the man. But you know, he doesn't know where the story ends when he starts. He just he just keeps. Righty? He's just as surprised as we are. Because he just keeps writing and drinking and writing until it's finished, you know, and and then, you know, five hundred pages later, it's done. So there's no. Plan going in which I think allows for him to surprise, you know, again there no formula. So I think that I think that that's why is books are so surprising. But I think at the same time, you know, a good director can kind of boil back down to its essence. He hated the film the shining and the film is shining. I think stands is one of the best pieces of art in the twentieth century. So I, you know, I don't know what about TV shows that are dealing with Hore like the Walking Dead and things like that. Yeah. It's interesting because you know, I mean Walking Dead. Definitely I feel like does everything tonight of the living dead. Yes. And now it's kind of come down to the main stream come down to the front line. You know, you go into the WalMart. And you see the, you know. The ears that you hang around your neck, or the, you know, the whatever dead inside signs, and you know, it's it's all it's a very commercial. You know, I think that you know, it's a soap opera, and I think it's kinda Cowboys and Indians too. I think that know modern zombie movies. You know, I know zombie is enemy that you can shoot and not feel so bad about and we don't have, you know, in the world of you were very politically correct world there. There aren't many screen villains that you can kind of indiscriminately shootdown mowed down with a gun and have no, you know. Repercussion precautions. We're gonna come back and take some final phone calls in a moment with Mr Lobo. Mr lobo. Give out a couple of your.

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Senator John McCain, Barbara Kusak and President George W Bush discussed on Warren Pierce

Warren Pierce

00:18 sec | 3 years ago

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"Secretary of. State Mike Pompeo said the US will continue to hold accountable those responsible for what he described as the horned ethnic cleansing of Rohingya Muslims in. Myanmar the common came on the one year anniversary of the conflict that drove more than seven hundred thousand Kinga into neighboring.

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"metairie" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"metairie" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"In the captain d's broadcast booth in the shrine on airline in metairie just outside new orleans louisiana sky sox and paolo is to the mound tonight three and two with three point five seven era he goes up against tyler cloyd who is one in three with a five point four zero era sky sox and baby cakes are getting to know each other quite well five games in colorado springs right before the break and this fourgame series in new orleans that's it for these two teams in the sky sox have owned this matchup so far this year the overall record ten in three after losing the finale in the springs on the the eighth of july they won last night by a score of three two two and dan karcher last night's win for the sky sox not one for the highlight reel only one real runscoring hit but a wins a win and these are the types of games at the sky sox have shown they are able to win when they're playing really good baseball absolutely you have to win those type of games to be a good team and they did that last night i think the guy that really stood out to me last night was doing more not so much for his bad i mean he was on base three times had that thirteen pitch epic at bat before he finally was retired but third base he played spectacular defense and i tell you what i think that as much as anything was a big reason the sky sox were able to pull that one out dylan more one of the returning all stars he was in the lineup last night as you said christian beth in court who started the all star game at columbus on wednesday he got last night off but he's back in the lineup tonight he's kind of been a guy who's been so constant in day in and day out in this lineup we haven't had a chance to really talk about him but you look at the numbers and he has to be one of the most impressive offensive catchers in all of minor league baseball without question you know he's coming off that season last year that was kind of a lost year for him as far as he's concerned because the the padres experimented with him being a pitcher last season both triple a and in the big leagues and that really set a back so this was kind of a an interesting year for him to see how he would respond to being placed back behind the plate where he really was more comfortable than being on the mound and he has responded with flying colors he's done a terrific job both at the plate and behind the plate and to me the only question is when will christian beth and court get his opportunity to return to the big leagues hopefully with the brewers in the words of michael scott i'm not superstitious but i am a little stitches today is friday the thirteenth and the sky sox were supposed to have a couple friday the thirteen games this season the first one was postponed against round rock due to cold temperatures and high winds what's the weather like tonight in new orleans hot and steamy no rain in the forecast doesn't look like any any voting whether on the horizon so i think we're in good shape here hopefully thought i saw a black hat but now is just a little spec in my eyes so we're good to go here good deal a one final question for you tonight all speedo takes the mound second straight time going up against these baby cakes as last time out came against new orleans in colorado springs on the sixth of july that's a bit of a break you're going away week without hitching in a game but at the same time there's a familiarity factor for both sides who do you think has that advantage is that the batter's or the.

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Cougar attacks mountain bikers; 1 dead, one injured near Seattle

The Moth Radio Hour

02:16 min | 3 years ago

Cougar attacks mountain bikers; 1 dead, one injured near Seattle

"Often lethal ebola virus have been confirmed in the city of more than one million people in congo there are now seventeen confirmed ebola cases in this latest outbreak including one death plus twenty one probable cases and five suspected ones vaccinations are expected to start early in the week with more than four thousand doses already in congo and more on the way this is the ninth ebola outbreak in congo since nineteen seventy six when the disease was first identified this is npr one man was killed and another was seriously injured when they encountered a cougar saturday while mountain biking in washington state the two men were on a morning bike ride in the foothills near north bend when the attack occurred authorities found the cougar standing over the body of the dead biker when they reached the scene thirty miles west of seattle prince harry and meghan markle's wedding ceremony on saturday included more cultural diversity than previous royal weddings the couple are now known as the duke and duchess of sussex alice fordham has more from london at a royal wedding party in the south thanks center cultural institution a group of women of jamaican origin one of the ladies rita bought says she's pleased the royal wedding included a gospel choir and african american bishops really good i really like it like that you know not like when it first came to england there was a lot of prejudice knits and things like that about changing her friend sylvia jones china it makes the world a better place to live in when you integrate meanwhile outside londoners in wedding outfits draped in union jackson wearing harry and meghan mosques picnic in the sunshine for npr news i'm alex food in london melania trump is back at the white house after an extended hospitalization for kidney procedure a spokesman says the first lady returned to the white house on saturday morning she had been in walter reed national metairie medical center near washington since having a procedure monday for an unspecified kidney condition at the white house said was benign i'm jim hawk npr news in washington support for npr comes from the eighth and ida cooper foundation commemorating fred cooper by supporting.

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The diversity of this royal wedding reveals a Britain far removed from 1981

The Moth Radio Hour

02:16 min | 3 years ago

The diversity of this royal wedding reveals a Britain far removed from 1981

"Often lethal ebola virus have been confirmed in the city of more than one million people in congo there are now seventeen confirmed ebola cases in this latest outbreak including one death plus twenty one probable cases and five suspected ones vaccinations are expected to start early in the week with more than four thousand doses already in congo and more on the way this is the ninth ebola outbreak in congo since nineteen seventy six when the disease was first identified this is npr one man was killed and another was seriously injured when they encountered a cougar saturday while mountain biking in washington state the two men were on a morning bike ride in the foothills near north bend when the attack occurred authorities found the cougar standing over the body of the dead biker when they reached the scene thirty miles west of seattle prince harry and meghan markle's wedding ceremony on saturday included more cultural diversity than previous royal weddings the couple are now known as the duke and duchess of sussex alice fordham has more from london at a royal wedding party in the south thanks center cultural institution a group of women of jamaican origin one of the ladies rita bought says she's pleased the royal wedding included a gospel choir and african american bishops really good i really like it like that you know not like when it first came to england there was a lot of prejudice knits and things like that about changing her friend sylvia jones china it makes the world a better place to live in when you integrate meanwhile outside londoners in wedding outfits draped in union jackson wearing harry and meghan mosques picnic in the sunshine for npr news i'm alex food in london melania trump is back at the white house after an extended hospitalization for kidney procedure a spokesman says the first lady returned to the white house on saturday morning she had been in walter reed national metairie medical center near washington since having a procedure monday for an unspecified kidney condition at the white house said was benign i'm jim hawk npr news in washington support for npr comes from the eighth and ida cooper foundation commemorating fred cooper by supporting.

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"metairie" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"metairie" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Now disconcerted metairie he'll be a prohibitive favored against him by asking you a different there an update poll results make levin it got some phone calls to get to what the end result of this nca scandal 46 percent say one done eliminated fortytwo percent say no change at all and only nine percent say college players get paid the john in ohio georgia's john what he had for me this morning hey good morning guy to q ten hanging in there uh your comment about core rip i thought he should have won the lawsuit if pure eighteen years old coming out of high school and want to be a firefighter you want to join the army work in the plant you can do that there's no reason to stop these eighteen year old kids from playing in the leaks now as far as the financial issue with college students i think there should be a stipend of let's just say two hundred bucks a month whether you're on the archery team the football team whatever go buy some pizza have a night out that wouldn't relieved the issues with the top notch players but it certainly would help alleviate the problem overall yeah you're going to have you're gonna have football guys who are going to go on a star player on a top five team and meanwhile the archery teams getting paid the same thing that it it won't work at it a lot of these sounds good in theory john it just it doesn't it won't play out that way if you were the star quarterback at alabama and you knew the archery team was getting the same amount of money is you.

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"metairie" Discussed on Tech News Today

Tech News Today

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"metairie" Discussed on Tech News Today

"So how long did you have any idea how long the trials going to last it's i of on the calendar until the 23rd uh i don't think it's expected to go longer than that um we're probably going to deal with uh overs side next week and so we should probably wrap it up within that timeframe we love annuls could be taken the stand in this regard i believe he is although uh he pleaded the fifth to a lot of things throughout the case so on he's expected to continue to play the first on a lot of things so i think his testimony is going to be on pretty limited will kia thank you so much for joining us kia coca cola teva covers tech and vc for axios you can follow her coverage at axios dot com slash technology thanks so much for coming on in gear view of the last week we had a question about the problem of infant and kid car seats in lift an uber 's amitai mattaya wrote in metairie wrote in about the questions that do great question on the weekly news show about the needs for car seats it shows another aspect of the myopic silicon valley view of the world which normally doesn't include any went over thirty or with kids no offence intended i know you have kids in this case maybe there is an excuse if selfdriving cars really do make the roads safer perhaps who have less need for strapping our kids down in fifteen point harnesses done never thought about that i think that's really interesting i think keeping um especially when kids are older keeping them in car seats is more of just.

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"metairie" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"metairie" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"When the s p in agassi august us on the shelf heads enzo quotas largest like our next guest is nfl outside of inside a rather outside of would yes all right joke as it again batman call them out putter school unlike the logo the the exiled or who is go with the league for awhile what did you think would you heard about bobby nearest comments in that meeting what was the price at all i mean lord but here's the thing bull money if there's anyone who could probes by those comments i'm old nfl or somebody gone hertzberg law the thing the only thing but what surprising is that it actually got out of the roman effort you ask yourself wired got old world because it was a privileged person among the owners the players were not in there so clearly from one hand gender that you can put that out and right now the owners or there's a lot of uh conflict among the owners over access took the lead have taken has not taken so i wasn't surprised the bed you know he would say something like that i was just a price with our guest aboard people were surprised to hear it well the fact that it got out i do think it's also editing along with the fact that jerry jones apparently seems to be trying to start the revolution to giga dale of there by do you think they said not happy with his eagle ellie that we'd be here in these stories oh no no jerry would be going along business as usual acting as to attract oak mercer gary jerry metairie about one thing and that's the cowboys and the other thing is money as you know and jerry i remember when i met women the oscar you're gonna was doing this piece on him here's driven dukan win another championship in africa to proven solidify that it was not jimmy johns the kohli who who the reason for those three championships he won early in his tenure and in fact team and said to me um out at his new training facility and frisco he's about five hundred million dollars into it and he said when he wanted to play or before he want us glass super bowl here to the good man up or but if you will essentially let me when they're thought i wanna ask.

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"metairie" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

02:53 min | 4 years ago

"metairie" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Think so dear to fresh new me oh no another who but i mean yeah i mean hey this is virginia tech chaith get on top lane standing be interesting yes sir b nine game they beat west virginia in the game josh that was his coming out party are you all the way out no out from metairie it if if they upset clemson no yeah if they of that gloves does jackson is in the race the iceman rakes yes of our the season 75 for one fifteen 1100 in 2007 yards 65 percent completion percentage nine point eight yards per attempt eleven touchdowns one interception rating of one seventy 74 eleven touchdowns in one in itself and he's got one hundred forty four yards on the ground in a touchstone as well oh i mean our new go result that just think of here i could block form how good he would have been that's why would leave at her observers say that you are weird gave way got taller a bought nor do so i mean but if he in the vicinity eob says clemson oh yeah definitely his name is his name becomes part of their that whole life when race yeah we might need to tucked freddie j after that we reject you know we are he will be every year or joe cole rule murders were judo were dear mother be a hangar zone freddie for some tickets new jersey well that's a very good idea we are your juvenile more three yeah that's going to be quite be gay what's the other big game this week uh there's a few others there's a few others going on at see match of wise as far as top 25 mississippi stain auburn they'll be your other top 25 match up i didn't ages lou mississippi state yet they're both three in one mississippi state on their way out 24th osborne's 13th right now but those are both drink teams over lost the clemson right that's about it in mississippi state what georgia georgia beat by georgia at a.

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"metairie" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"metairie" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Great program thanks buddy metairie listener not much of a better number one it's i can you give me the name of the play you bob boys get again oklahoma said we're just go where the quarterback left the ball on my ground i mean a centreleft bought mcnally didn't mean for that plague it was urged the statue of liberty play back your liberty play okay and the second thing when you get a bit like you did uh when he did a line like it it you know what marrone direct you away and should get better away scared me i didn't like it at all all day via it was one of the rare games i got ron right i went for it did i get that game right maryland i don't think so didn't you i did tax i'd take taxes so i went fifty seven and seventeen so let's not get out of ourselves here like seventy seven percent is insane so i had to push is that was that's when you don't lose the bat noone wins okay so that one did scare me i i did say took carver hi i remember doing the show and we were on the air mafia her tell i was like i don't trust them they're they're just not that good i think one of the problems i have with taxes says as their name gives them there juice so everyone here's tax says they think all and what they really are is a team that went from a disastrous situation they fired strong and they hired this guy and then everybody bought into the fact that he won all those games in houston and when generally happens is it takes.

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"metairie" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"metairie" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Fighters drawn from several different militant groups on the southern island of mindanao groups who only recently banded together under the islamic state flood fighters who've gotten help and funding from abroad ruhanga narodna heads singapore's international center for political violence and terrorism research about at dowden putting pipe india from indonesia benitze yemen a few call homes all these people have been killed in metairie so we are seeing the merging as important when you or fourteen kennedy's hunters fighters drawn by porous borders and recently by growing inability to make a to syria to join the islamic state ranks there which pretty much makes the southern philippines the only game in town for ice recruit from southeast asia and the region and we'll see if they are able to capitalize on this zachary abuses specializes in southeast asian security issues at the national war college in washington dc reached via skype he worries what might happen if some of the militants in marawi managed to evade capture if they are able to break through a cordon then they can go back and they can wait the black flag and i think that they will continue to attract people from the region archie come and join the ranks i think this could become a much bigger problem and not just for the philippines but for much of southeast asia for npr news i'm michael sullivan in marawi.

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"metairie" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"metairie" Discussed on WTVN

"For one guy personally yes but i've paid i've seen people asking for fifty or more for a cupcake right which should i would definitely a ball said hill i got to give you hate i know hill your head down emergency council meeting on monday at the phone the saudi what the hell's going on with the around about whether somebody crashes yeah navigated the double roundabout at some metairie and made him like a like a it was almost like you know what the hell you're doing with the behind the wheel of a guy who have there is there is one little secret it's it's not really a secret it's probably known by quite a few people and it's really not that big a deal the the real key to being able to navigate safely in a or single around about we're a double roundabout don't pay a freak an idiot that easily solves the problem for almost everybody and that's what i do don't be an idiot and there have it is there haven't issues in whole year right now and it's not the around the bouts it's as you saw in there that's wasn't around about all of it was not a roundabout will in the around a bounce the don't now that he is now so but we got to get sorted out as they continue building i'm everywhere they just build to on hamilton rhoden game hand not at right back to back there are two of their close to one another not right back to back and they're all over again people decide to figure out to drive thru where to stay people or not to send him back to the british we're going to be keeping them the so figure them thing yeah are like in here big ben from there we have a good day was it was excursion the type of you know i just before we i just want to say hi the james yes when we're at frank's fishing seafood the head of us just that said.

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"metairie" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"metairie" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"It thing yourself and your e mail self him signing email from checks as him and this sf again this totaled disconnect between you and him which measures not in scoring which translated into feeling like to you weren't this is something that and i grew up in isolation and so i didn't know how much of the way is that i was score typical of trans people more video credit to man and everybody is different regardless of their you know it and i've come to realize that i was metairie typical a lot of ten sexual but that's that the special kind of you know one category of and the tender broke all the folks who really identify with the wrong and if the gender primary in terms of their bodies i because many of us we define as we grow up we define who we really are nice keep continuing saying i'm not disperse and then i smoot being and are in our identity is strangely limited in the assertion of who we aren't it's kind of like negative theo watching you can figure out who caught has been enough this not panic mode and it's not literally trying to the so now that i'm you know now that i'm trying to be a whole per span it's really a problem took spent most of my life not identifying with things that i didn't i really did kind of things that i mean you know choices i made i made the most twice as they really are part has been and some of that i think was a built and association and because of the you know the mismatch between chi pitch andor of mine brain probably and the sex have my power tape but some of that was my own psychological and put occasion might need to make sure that every moment.

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"metairie" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"metairie" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Longtime the metairie and leading libertad well he claims that there was an asking made according to his sources oh gee seats que we're talking about a a british intelligence out that the bears intelligence agency that they were to conduct surveillance on president trump and gave now come out with the statement recently allegations made by media commentator judge and you know paul time now about gacy age que being asked to conduct wire topping against the then president elect are nonsense they're utterly ridiculous and should be ignored they don't usually talk they're usually make statements and this damon is the it it if so if not the ball so the the source of the wrong let's say that they are one and what happened and is it going to end up being the case there was not anything done directly against the president the lacked were the presidents but rather against those associated with him on flank or was it more that there was surveillance against russians in russian intelligence and other foreign agents and when therefore they weren't conversation with americans or with the trump administrator should they got picked up all the will go back to a central theme the trumpet i'm talking about which is the idea of weeks this could still hurt president choppy says he's got proof he might as well have to show that because he brought it up traffic right now and what what we are looking at the some pretty open roadways this traffic reporters brought to you.

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"metairie" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:25 min | 4 years ago

"metairie" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Guests the bought off flames stream fake media i either ignore worse frankly because it doesn't fit into their pre conceive politically correct bought off agenda because frankly folks their petrified their petrified of what might happen if it actually tell you what you need to know folks the show was about your freedom your political here economic your financial and your health care freedom i had a conversation over the actually several conversations over the past couple weeks with some really had a little minds you know our community and different occasions so it's not like it was a pylon but they these individuals all came to the same can listen you know dave we you talk about the international banking syndicate what you always preface it with the word criminal and and it isn't that and over statement a short answer no there are criminals the crennel that that big international banking syndicate in my mind and in most people that understand what they're about the operative word his guests there criminal i can't think of a better person to discusses factor then individual when it comes on the show we get huge positive feedback across the country john tightness a john is a adopt metairie filmmaker who who's work shows how the very institution spent made the nation great are under attack from the top his first film was bailout in twenty twelve which describes the criminal frauds that cost the two thousand eight meltdown and rewarded the perpetrators thanks tres john wrote and produce bail out with the help of a film crew one hiatus from his la practice and has since learned how to make films with his own hands very difficult test folks his most recent film the open era of justice in a came to miske of crime is one of the highest rated economic films tap documentary films dot com and shows how large banks and their agents killed the rule over a lot in a quiet who date caught his next found all the player is men is currently in production it shines a light and the global banking cartel that has taken over the executive branch of our government john threesome work can be found.

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"metairie" Discussed on WNYC

WNYC

02:45 min | 5 years ago

"metairie" Discussed on WNYC

"Are they especially drawn to metairie out of all the boys and their awful each in part because he's good at drawing well the answer that question yeah i mean a lot of that you know a lot of the book is about these injure connected lives in the way in which if you live in new york a long time your life over laughs with other lives and miller is mother is health department official he gets caught up in the eight up a jannik and eventually takes on more optimistic role so she is sort of minding she's minding the tail when he's an hour and a knots how he connects with melee days milly million jarrett start by going to this boys home where he lives and brooklyn and giving art lessons on saturday isn't that's how they become close familiar by the event it is a doctor working at the new york city department of health and caught just the mayor the nineteen eighty one down and then she's in the throes of a manic episode does they've understand that she's experiencing symptoms of mental illness when she starts behaving irrationally in her office what you know actually like she's post diagnosis at that point so she does but on you know as someone who knew as afterthought ugly dealt with michel onus is well there's an element to and then a couple snowed especially in that early phase is that's very pleasure of all because you feel great if you can conquered the world and so she doesn't wanna she knows that she needs to go back on mets but she doesn't quite want to so it does were really ring true you see just seeing that you have experiences along the science this seemed to be a whole bunch of things that you've taken from your life and given to different characters here i did just that i took a lot of personal history i can say i've been a very good place for many years now and recovery and just very stable in with driving but you know earlier in an in new york in my twenties in the nineties i had my own personal history with with with depression with addiction and a lot of that some people said warrior writer why don't you re memoir about it i just didn't want to write another memoir could mean remember all that frankly it so i everybody makes said so when they writing memoir maybe they do i mean i had written to novels previously and i had also live through the era aids in new york and i wanted to chance me it's some of my own personal history and onto a much bigger campus about the city about that quiere community about it's in the city and not just the worst years and its aftermath because i think that's been very under told my guess is tim murphy huson novel chris to door on is published by growth and to.

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