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"scathingly" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"Mike gallagher. Now we gotta keep on truckin baby earlier. In the week on wednesday pelosi announcement. She's banning he's rejecting to republicans from sitting on the newly formed january sixth select. You know a lot of us have been saying that they don't have any intention of truly getting to the bottom of january six. They just want us january sixth as a campaign ad for the midterm elections. That's all it's about. They have no more interest in finding out what happened in the man in the moon. And the fact that pelosi kicked off the committee to firebrand a passionate bulldogs. Jim banks from indiana and jim jordan from ohio proves exactly that that she's not interested in any they don't she doesn't wanna have you know she wants on the committee. Liz cheney and of course as soon as pelosi kick jim jordan and jim banks off of the committee liz. Cheney announced the g. supported pelosi's decision to kick off off her fellow republicans. Kevin mccarthy is credit has now pulled all the republicans on the committee in protest. And there was liz cheney standing out there on capitol hill sane. It's great mood lose. Cheney's a democrat republican anymore. Then dominic who. I respect a lot. Tweeted out by endorsing the pelosi move immediately. The move to kick off jim jordan. Jim banks liz. Cheney eliminates any possibility that her own participation in the committee can be used as a bipartisan. Smokescreen a smart member would have criticized pelosi in order to maintain the fiction. But liz cheney is not smart. Ouch and then even more scathingly perhaps donald trump junior tweeted. Liz cheney's internal polls must be so bad that she has finally figured out that our only future in politics is in the democrat party. So of course of course. Here's congressman. jim. Jordan cut seven pointing out all along. This has been only about politics. Politics politics leader and jim exactly right. This has always been about politics in today's actions of the speaker. Just confirm that. But frankly and i've said this before. What else are they going to talk about. I mean they've been so folks january six committee. What else are they going to talk about. Crime the fact. That crime is up in every major urban area in this country. They're gonna they're gonna talk about the border crisis. I mean thinking about. This march was the highest month on record illegal crossings until april april was the highest month on record until may may was the highest month record until june. Can't talk about that talk about inflation. We'll talk about the fact that the price of eggs is. The price of milk is up. The price of bread is up. The price of gas is up the price of the airline tickets up the price of a us. The price of everything is up. They can't talk about that so they're going to be partisan and they're going to focus on this but as the leader said and as mr bank said i don't think they're going to address the fundamental questions the fundamental question. Why wasn't there a proper proper security presence at the capitol that day. then i'm gonna address. That and only one person can answer that question only one speaker of the united states house of representatives. Jim jordan would've asked that question on that select committee. And that's why pelosi kicked him off. Liz cheney wouldn't ask that question. She's literally in cahoots with the democrats. Here's congressman jim. Banks asking the question. Who is the speaker afraid. Of course the answer is you. She knows that we're already asking questions. And just the to the first couple of days. The leader mccarthy appointed us to this task questions that democrats have never asked about why the capitol was vulnerable on that day when we had intelligence for weeks leading up to january six..
"scathingly" Discussed on KCRW
"Ross Garber joins us Now He's a political investigations and election lawyer who teaches at Tulane Law school, and he has mainly represented Republicans. Hi there. Good morning. So that loss in Pennsylvania Federal Judge Matthew Brand, a Republican, wrote scathingly in his dismissal of the case. I'm going to quote here. This court has been presented with strained legal arguments without merit and speculative accusations unsupported by evidence. He said that it was an attempt to violate the constitution. This is the case against the secretary state that Rudy Giuliani argued last week. How major a setback for the campaign is this Yeah, We can't put too fine a point on this. The judge was very, very direct here, and he made clear in his opinion. What? What's it steak, and namely, it was millions of votes and Pennsylvania. And what if that's at stake. The Trump campaign would be expected to produce by way of legal argument in evidence, and the judge made clear it's just not there, and that's what we've seen in state after state after state. Where the Trump campaign has raised these kinds of issues. Judges have pushed back and said There's no law and there's no evidence so it's it's another major setback for the Trump campaign. They're running out of places to fight. But the campaign says it will appeal. And there was another case filed there just yesterday by a Pennsylvania congressman, Mike Kelly, who wants to block the state from certifying the election results and have the state Legislature choose electors. This is a tactic they've been trying and other places, too, so they don't seem to be slowing down. No, they're gonna probably keep doing this unless and until some senior Republicans perhaps Mitch McConnell, uh, says to the president, you know enough is enough. But the campaign and the president seems have their eye on January 6. That's an important date when Congress actually gets the results of the Electoral College and and if there are multiple certifications from a particular state, say in Pennsylvania. The governor certifies one slate of electors say for Biden, and theoretically, the Legislature certifies another slate of electors say for Trump, then Congress has to decide what to do with it, and that's I think the ultimate focus of the Trump campaign. Well, tell me how that would work. Yeah, so it in 18 76. We're going back a ways now. Yeah, Yeah. Yeah, but this doesn't happen that often in 18 76. They're actually work and tested elections in a few states. And in those states, Uh, one state official certified a slate of electors for the Republican one for the Democrat. Congress. Got it. There's a provision in the Constitution that's in the 12th amendment that says that it's the president of the Senate who was now Mike Pence vice president who gets the vote gets the votes and that the vote shall be counted. And there was an argument back then that well, that means the vice president gets to decide these disputes. And it was a big problem. The commission was formed, including Supreme Court justices to sort this all out. Then the deal was made. It was terrible. And then the next year, Congress passed a law. Saying no, no, no. Here's how it works, and it established this elaborate procedure for how to deal with that kind of situation. The problem is, the law is very ambiguous. It's not very well written. It does provide a procedure for what happens if there are multiple votes or even if the single uh, slate of electors from a particular state Is contested, and notably, it only takes one senator and one member of the house to trigger that procedure, So it's really that that the president is focused on and we should remind our listeners. President Trump met with some lawmakers from Michigan this weekend. Um and the Republican National Committee and the Michigan Republican Party are requesting a 14 day delay by the state Board of Canvassers s so there could be an audit of votes in the area around Detroit. How likely do you see? Um I'm more the question. I mean, how likely do you see this taking place? Well, so far, it's not working out very well for the president. It's not working out as he hoped. I and and I had raised issues of potential irregularities and fraud several months ago in issues about the ambiguities in this law. Happily, though the votes in these states are not close enough where those have become very significant practical issues. I think it's very, very unlikely, meaning it's not going to succeed for the for the president to challenge the votes this way. That's Ross Garber of Tulane Law School professor. Thank you very much. It's could be.
"scathingly" Discussed on KCRW
"Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko is ordering his military to be on high alert. He's accusing NATO of building up forces near the Belarusian border is Teri Schultz reports from Brussels. NATO is rejecting the allegation. President Lukashenko made his latest claims that NATO troops in Lithuania and Poland ER, stirring up the situation inside Belarus as he inspected troops near the Polish border. NATO spokesperson Wanna Land Guess who calls the allegations baseless. She says NATO poses no threat to Belarus or any other country and has no military buildup in the region. Lithuania and Poland have also rejected the claims. Lungescu says NATO calls on Minsk to demonstrate full respect for fundamental rights Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has criticized Belarussian authorities brutal crackdown on pro democracy protesters. Lukashenko Saturday ordered his defence minister to implement the most stringent measures to protect the country's borders and scheduled military drills for later this week. Russia has a defense pact with Belarus and has offered assistance for NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels. Hundreds of Republican delegates are meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina. Preparing for tomorrow's kickoff of the GOP's mostly virtual national convention. President Trump is expected to participate in all four nights on the eve of the political convocation. Several news organizations are releasing tapes of President Trump's sister, retired Judge Maryanne Trump, Barry. Calling him a liar and a phoney as NPR's Mara Liasson reports Maryanne Trump. Barry has never spoken publicly about her brother. The tapes were secretly recorded without Berries knowledge by Trump's niece, Mary Trump, who has written a scathingly critical book about her uncle. Much of the content and the tapes was reported in the book and the criticisms that Trump is cruel, a brat and a bully out only for himself, and that he had someone take his college entrance exams for him is consistent with what many others who knew and worked with Trump before he became president have said about him. Mara Liasson. NPR NEWS. This is NPR. The army says a soldier missing from Fort Hood in Texas had transferred units to ensure he was properly cared for and to prevent retaliation after he reported sexual abuse. 23 year old sergeant Elder Fernandez hasn't been seen since Monday. A search is underway. A South African research center is sounding the alarm about a social media network that's targeting black immigrants from other African countries ish meth and equal reports. The center says Posts are blaming Foreign Africans for crime, drug dealing and stealing jobs from locals. The research center note. Similar rhetoric has provoked violence against foreign Africans in the past. Earlier this year, many store finance pigeon boy and he said, employers shoot higher South Africans over foreigners. On the other hand, Julius Malema leader off the opposition economic Freedom Fighters, has consistently condemned xenophobia in South Africa. You are justifying crime and you give it nice names, old xenophobia, acrophobia. It's kind it must be dealt with. As such. The attacks have spread to other social media platforms for NPR news, am a smart friend equal in her daddy. In New Zealand. Sentencing gets under way in a few hours for the white supremacist who killed 51 worshippers at to Christ Church mosques last year. The 29 year old Australian has pleaded guilty in New Zealand's first terrorism conviction. I'm Barbara Klein. NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Eric and Windy Schmidt through.
"scathingly" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, is ordering his military to be on high alert. He's accusing NATO of building up forces near the Belarusian border is Teri Schultz reports from Brussels. NATO is rejecting the allegation. President Lukashenko made his latest claims that NATO troops in Lithuania and Poland ER, stirring up the situation inside Belarus. As he inspected troops near the Polish border. NATO spokesperson Wanna land guess who calls the allegations baseless, She says NATO poses no threat to Belarus or any other country and has no military buildup in the region. Lithuania and Poland have also rejected the claims. When guess WHO says NATO calls on Minsk to demonstrate full respect for fundamental rights Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has criticized Belarussian authorities brutal crackdown on pro democracy protesters. Lukashenko Saturday ordered his defence minister to implement the most stringent measures to protect the country's borders and scheduled military drills for later this week. Russia has a defense pact with Belarus and has offered assistance. For NPR News. I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels. Hundreds of Republican delegates are meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina. Preparing for tomorrow's kickoff of the GOP's mostly virtual national convention. President Trump is expected to participate in all four nights on the eve of the political convocation. Several news organizations are releasing tapes of President Trump's sister, retired Judge Maryanne Trump, Barry. Calling him a liar and a phoney as NPR's Mara Liasson reports Maryanne Trump. Barry has never spoken publicly about her brother. The tapes were secretly recorded without Berries. Knowledge by Trump's niece married Trump. Who has written a scathingly critical book about her uncle. Much of the content and the tapes was reported in the book and the criticisms that Trump is cruel, a brat and a bully out only for himself, and that he had someone take his college entrance exams for him is consistent with what many others who knew and worked with Trump before he became president have said about him. Mara Liasson. NPR news This is NPR Live from the news. I'm Queen Achim. The Seas. EU lightning complex fire that's raging in southern San Matteo and Northern Santa Cruz counties has grown to 67,000 acres and is currently 5% contained. That's according to Cal fire. As of last night, 115 structures have been destroyed and evacuation orders for nearly 80,000 people remain in place. Fire officials are warning people to be prepared to evacuate is dry. Thunderstorms are expected for later today and could continue to early next week. Quids Julie Chang reports the Bay Area facing three major sets of wild fires caused by lightning from last week's dry thunderstorms. The National Weather Service says the entire region is expected to get hit again. As another storm moves north from the central coast to the Bay Area and then into the North Bay. Cindy Palmer, a meteorologist with the Weather Agency, says this will be a smaller storm compared to last week. But we can expect dusty, erratic winds, which would make current fires or worse. You may have remember the ones that we saw last week and they were in the 50 to 60 mile an hour range. That is a possibility again, Palmer says. They're also worried about dry lightning, which could start new fires. Cal fire is already stretched to its full capacity and under resourced with all stations responding. Cal fire to Sean Cavanaugh said at a press briefing Saturday that residents, especially those in rural areas, should be getting ready to evacuate at a moments notice areas that are starting to come out to party office. Please occurred of orders. He's ready to go..
"scathingly" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Five hundred higher up a tenth of a percent or three points at thirty one ninety four the Dow Jones industrial average up two tenths percent or fifty one points at twenty eight thousand two hundred eighty eight and the nasdaq's up to transfer center thirteen point eighty eight forty one ten year treasury down for thirty seconds yet one point nine three percent yield on the two year one point six two percent NYMEX crude oil up two tenths percent or twelve cents at sixty one oh five a barrel income a school this up a tenth of a percent of a dollar twenty to fourteen seventy nine ninety announce the euro one point one want to do against the dollar the yen whatever nine point three seven Tom and Paul Karen thanks so much post would in turn can we are so thrilled that Dennis carbon this is morning Dennis this is a historic day I think for people to read your for years saying no that you are of a G. O. P. persuasion you have had constructive control criticism of president Obama over the years and you have made no secret of yours with your scathing criticism of Mr trump is well this sadness last night when after thought came into the room and said does this mean the president loses his job and he explained to a twelve year old you know the process and what's going on the somber news yesterday of this as well and I don't want to go to your supporters you've written in your note for years of Republican politics can the Republicans to party party of Lincoln survive no this two thousand nine no no it cannot with the Republican Party has given up being the Republican Party used to be the party of lower taxes and free trade now it's the Republican Party of Mr trump and that's what has become as if it's a personality cult yeah and I find it disconcerting I I I have been a Republican all my life and I find it very difficult to to maintain my business the wings of eighteen forty two I mean I mean you're steep the Henry Clay you went to a small college in North Carolina yes which is the it's a land grant week school of the south what is the other going to go the way of the weeks yeah I think Sally they going to disappear I'm I'm I'm a fair I'm afraid that that's exactly what's going to happen the the the better minds of the party you're leaving quietly at the fringes and and this is yeah let me repeat this is disconcerting do you expect the Republicans to stand firm at the present during this I know they will you and it's just a political survival well they they have no choice they they know if they don't they're going to be scathingly reviewed by the president on on the national media and they're going to be hurt by it so he's if he's in a controlling person the position so the best of get is the best the Democrats will get is maybe one defector and if that I'd be surprised so as an investor as I you know go through this month of January here which is a risk to my a portfolio forever how this early July of two thousand sixteen I made the case that bond yields are making a generational low your thought I think the next generational Lois's first of all congratulations no game and you have been hammering those points on for years and years and you've been absolutely right so well done I thank you for asking where's the next generational low going to be I think the next generational those going to be in the commodity markets I think things are unbelievably scathingly and compromise again comprehensively cheap at this point the the the generational trend in the bond market is likely to continue to go over the rates are continuing to go lower and prices are going to continue to go higher and the generational in about a stock market that's going to continue to move from there from the lower left to the upper right until it stops but if we're looking for another generational for something that's an expensive commodities yes this government's idea of long terms three days we all know the three hours three hours well you have set the bar this year for a discussion of the most owned Amazon and you had the courage to go out with a five year view or even longer justify what Mr Basil's is doing right now yeah I have a a price target basically around five thousand dollars looking at five years from now and I was initially concerned and what kept me from Amazon Sir Thomas and Dennis was for some time until December of two thousand eighteen when the stock was trading around thirteen hundred and fifty dollars was that I was concerned about regulatory interference they're making all these you know horizontal and vertical acquisitions of within the retail industry and across other industry lines and I thought they would be severe anti trust problems and I've come to the conclusion that the regulatory had wins on not nearly as concerning as I thought indeed regulations might even deep in the company's remote or franchise value as let's capitalize companies without the financial resources of Amazon and Bezos will be ill equipped to to comply with new regulations so I think Amazon obviously the the early and first the doctor to the concept of buying on the internet has a much much larger runways and most investors expect does this tells of a long term investment I mean you got tracing your goal tourism and brilliant what do you like fifteen percent on that all going away more than that yeah but I've had I've had on for five years so okay but but that would tell us about how you do long term investment like kisses to own an Amazon right now I wish I had the intellect that Doug has because you don't either to walk in and not nobody is golf K. but he's actually that mine was actually better than his for awhile but my mind's to tearing his is getting better and and as I I I gave David Bowie said chit chit chat changes and soft forms right I know you told me that so I went all the daughter with arms so forty seconds of tell me how you do long long term investment I I I basically the first thing I look at is what's the chart telling is it going from the lower left to the upper right is a new highs coming are are I have new have often have lower will have lows been consistently higher I want to look at first of all funding technically is something telling me I'm to be bullish then I'll go find the fundamentals which is a and is contrary to what most people are taught I'll go find the fundamentals that keep me involved with that along with that long term trend but again I want to hammer hammer home the idea if you're looking for the next generational low look at look at owning commodity prices period end of discussion red we'd sit there is well hard red winter wheat this is a wonderful Dennis curtain and thank you so much cigar letter don't care thank you for joining us this morning cast smarter than we are it's warmer floor yes this is the worst part and what we do on top of course Paul what do you see there I mean you know again it's a little still a little bit of argument if you know if you see this every day just kinda list a little bit every day and in the absence of any use to singer sire you didn't tell the Dennis I'm in the triple whoever suck the roots were very well at night it's worked out well this your heels are higher one point nine three percent on the ten year yield posturing in turn can stay with us this is Bloomberg headlines right now John Tucker John Bowlen Tom house Democrats Adam.
"scathingly" Discussed on The Sill - Perspectives on Art
"You box Fox. Wow Wow I tell you. There's no other singer songwriter that his ever lived. That affects me the way. A Harry Chapin does when he sings a song. It's so powerful so emotional. I tear up. I have to tear. I just wanted to touch on. Because we're doing the podcast on sniper. But he had a couple of other great songs I mean he had many good sauce but cats in the cradle which is probably the song that most people would recognize or do you think there's another one that went taxi all my life's a circle. All my lives are circle. Summarize Anson Down the moon roll through the night time till that they break comes around. That's a great little song that he used to finish his concerts with that so I won't sing but for me. It's cats in the cradle silver spoon men in the moon. Hannah's Asong that still to this day touch me and I remember it very very specifically going back to that song when my son was born. Yeah is a great song called Mr Tanner. y'All about a guy who is a is a laundry service or something in the but he loves to sing being in people convince him to try to launch a career. As a singer he goes to New York or wherever and gets himself a concert and the reviews scathingly bad which sends him back home tail between his legs back to his old job never to sing again except in those quiet moments and when no one else is in the shop and he sings because it makes them feel whole Mr Tanner. It's a great song obviously enjoyed a den but perhaps now looking being back. You've got an even greater appreciation for not only the lyrics but the whole context. Yeah and the way he played with the band you when you watch his concerts. There's a real easy given take and flow. There's no ego centric. Yeah there's a sense of an arrangement but there's there's also a sense that people could move out of that if they wanted to and it wouldn't faze him in the lease just go with it just a wonderful presence. Flexible fluid flexible and just a brilliant spirit right and also kind of hearkens back. It was just a different music era. Even the way we engaged it was was energetic. I it was upbeat but but there was also a more intimate kind of feel less spectacle. More music I mean you could draw Dylan to the FRONT UNRIPE ISM in in a way his songs were very personal and intimate. You just got the feeling like he was singing two dozen people in a small club even even on his biggest records really and that was the point of it. A folk singing folk rock was a very human person to person. I'm sharing my story with. You wasn't ballot about I love you. I love you. My Heart's broken. It was this happened to me. It could happen to you. Here's the story. And this is what shape and did brilliant route storyteller brilliantly. They're also young people being turned onto. Harry Chapin weren't alive when he was around and millions and millions of people out there who absolutely love love him and his music and we're devastated like we all were when he passed away at such a young age but he was a transcendent human being singing. Transcendent tune. Absolutely called sniper beautiful airy Shell Piero Chow the silt podcast perspectives on art and technology is connecting dots media production available at the sill. PODCAST DOT DOT COM.
"scathingly" Discussed on KGO 810
"Basically created news talk the morning news with him and Ted is still today considered the standard. When it comes to the best way of dispensing, the information people want yet at the same time being calm, and relaxed when my wife Jan by who of course, is on KCBS for how many years. Twelve years and geo for nine years that led me into what I was going to say that is that Jan the first year co anchored with Jim and Ted and do you talk ages at this point or not? But they of course, we're older and they already had their families. And when I was hired to co anchor with Jim and Ted back in nineteen seventy five as I say as young girl from Albuquerque, New Mexico, you know, real wet behind the ears. They took me under their wings. And they really showed me the ropes, and they were just such wonderful team to work alongside professionally, but they were very kind personally. And Jim was just I I mean, I'm I'm said, I'm just heartbroken that he's gone because I think for anyone who was younger in the business at the time. She kind of like a father figure I mean. Yes, he looked up to him as his legendary broadcaster, but he was such a wonderful person. And he was so humid, and one of the things that I remember that he taught me about was dealing with criticism from listeners. Get much because he was just so good at what he did. But I remember one morning he came into the news room in the mail had been delivered any open the mail, and there was a letter from a listener, and it was scathingly critical of him. And so in front of those of us in the newsroom, Jim sat down at one of the typewriters put a piece of paper in the typewriter and started typing his response, and it was hilarious. It was like their Mr. Joe's. I'm writing to inform you that someone has user identity to sendo horribly critic letter to me, and I know that wouldn't have been your intent. And he went on. What is the win he handled it everybody in the newsroom was just doubled over laughing? And and that's what he did. I mean, he was very serious. He was very intelligent. And when the situation called for it on the air, he was serious, and there was no joking around. But when it wasn't he likes to make people laugh he liked to make people happy any cared about people. He cared about his co workers in the newsreel. And you know, he was just an absolute joy to be around. And it's not just the radio station. What about the community itself? How did people react when they saw him when they dealt with him when they had interaction. Well, one of the things I remember is it after the morning news was over. We would all go, Jim. And I and Peter Cleveland who listen just a stellar reporter on the KGAN morning news. We would Bill across the street to the coffee shop in the tenderloin that was located on Golden Gate avenue. And Jim even though he was this highly paid superstar on radio. Television San Francisco that's where he'd have his breakfast in the morning. He'd sit down with everybody else with people who were homeless there. You know, it didn't matter. Jim was one of Jim was just like everybody else and people responded to people really love him. But he just never took himself too seriously. And I don't take ever saw himself as the superstar that he really was. So we've been talking with Dan black and Chan black Owens somebody who I have a great deal of respect for we both share such a love of him done. And we're both just heartbroken that he's gone. That's Ron Owens report. Every weekday at eleven thirty again at three thirty.
"scathingly" Discussed on Power 106 FM
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"scathingly" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Condoms there fashionable and effective made with double layered sheepskin with fleece on the inside and tan surface on the outside for her pleasure now, you can enjoy protection from the elements and from STD's of condoms, if you experienced dryness itching or burning extra lubrication may be necessary again like there's nothing funny about that. It's like you get what they're saying. Like, oh, it would be funny. If there were condoms because a boots and pink. I think it's winter outside it's winter. But they're like if you're dry, and there's a rash. You might need extra lubrication. Also who says zesty session. That's. The way she said pleasure says that there is like three layers of leisure for your this station. So anyway, that's what we're dealing with the the Al Bino when you got me I have no idea, but I feel like we're going to call on that one. Just be grateful. We didn't play the Kim Jong Hoon series for you. So remember when Kim Jong UN was in the news. Yes. I remember that these are often get political to and it just I it blows my mind that anybody would air that on a on a radio station, but but there was a series with with Kim Jong Hoon where they had a guy, and let's just say this. It was a guy probably like myself not from North Korea. Doing a Kim Jong Hoon impression. It's as awkward as you think it would be embraced and racists inappropriate. And it's really sensitive and totally politically inappropriate and not even funny. No, scathingly unfunny. If all of those things could be funny, but I've just tried to make the point that like like the Alabama one. You're not even sure what the intended humor set out to be. When you have to think about why a joke is funny. It has already for her. Can you? Explain this to me. The one that we just play by. No, why didn't understand I looked at you completely blank. Show is brought to you by Albinos. No. Where do they go after while, it doesn't even make sense? Continue to bring those to you in future as they are made available because sometimes wolf all right when we come back here on the Colleen and Bradley show from D bags to chose us bonus spent a while since we talked about those two crazy kids, it's been a hot segue birds or Holly. What do you call them newlyweds newly way love birds? Thank you. We'll do that right here on mytalk one zero seven one kid.
"scathingly" Discussed on Binge Mode
"She torture students in detention. This woman sent to mentors after two children which she now freely admit somebody had to act by subterfuge by whatever means that are necessary. This woman evil incarnation will act and she opens her mouth to perform the spell her mining snaps into action. We'll have to tell her Harry's horrify her mind. We quickly realize has a plan and act of her own little miss question all is going to give us some answers come on than girl. Come on now, Ron Neville and Jimmy look, horrified. But Harry notices that though. Her mind is pretending Saab, there are no tears. He was trying to speak Dumbledore and that's the only bait that they need that absolutely hooks umbrage. Yes, girl. She says it's ready. What is the the weapon? And once again, bridge like fudge falls into a trap of room. Making all they have to do is use our own fears against her lead her into into a trap, built on her own paranoia in the master Schroeck. They don't understand what the weapon is. She says, thus they can't explain it. They just did what Dumbledore told them to lead me to the weapon. Umbrage says in her mining effort to keep the numbers down, plays into paranoia. Again, let the inquisitorial squad come and see and use the weapon to destroy you from the book. These words had a powerful impact on bridge. She looked around and Malfoy idiot that he is is grinning greedily her Mining's Hooker lead on Chavis thirty-three fight and flight. Her mind leads Harry number into the forest. Miami has been a dominant force throughout this book or foresight and planning laid the groundwork for the DA her instincts, which in the past earlier in their friendship and their Hogwarts careers had been overly careful pinpoint sharp now as her objections to Harry's rescue non plan show. Now we're about to see how quick. She is on her feet. Harry per usual in this book has no idea what's about to happen. Isn't sure what her mind he has perceive. He's staying a pace behind her. Look weird if you didn't know where they were going on ridge. Meanwhile is solely focused on the idea of this weapon that she's blinded, everything else. She literally, in this case, can't see the forest or the trees. It's hitting enhance HUD is it's number g girly in Harry's era, of course not said her mind. He scathingly haggard might have set it off exit deadly, yes, at bridges, excitement seem to be mounting. Yes, he would have done of course, the great half breed oath. Again, her mind playing into enemies hands here. Where's it? Then number asks and now she's starting to sound a little uncertain in there. Of course, at her mind point into the dark trees, it had to be somewhere that students weren't going to find accidentally didn't it. And of course for it to be well hidden, it must be deep inside the forest, right? Her mind we realize is leading Burge forward by the knows Harry still a little perplexed here because as they're in the far. Her mind is leading them not toward Groff, but to what Harry news arrogance path, her mind. He doesn't dodge Lara's. This is concerning wherever her mind. He is taking them whatever she is taking them to meet. She wants the target well aware of their approach. It's a bit further end she calls loudly and when Harry begs hurt a hush, she says, softly, I want us heard. She walks them a long time into the forest, and finally an era whizzing past their heads and now nces that they've arrived. Who are you? A ha. It's Magori in the center. The Centaurs, of course are incredibly proud, creatures proud of their intelligence of their independence and of their culture, but they're on edge as of late because of groups intrusion into their realm, frenzies defection, which they considered treason and more generally, the clear heavenly signs at the decisive phase of the wisdom war, which they very much want to stay out of is imminent. Umbrage is an arrogant, closed minded, big who espouses both. Pure blood end human supremacy in all matters and hates in her words, half breeds..
"scathingly" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"A lot was a notable case there where a school gun eight year old school go who wasn't even born in Afghanistan was Afghans Afghans self then been in Iran, our family being allowed into new away sheet that still trying to send her back despite significant school protests in Norway in Germany. As I mentioned, the rather protests Britain is very easing back. So there's a general narrative which people are eager to many governments are eager to duplicate saying, everything's fine that and can we send them back? And I think that really needs to be called up because the facts show absolutely clearly is not the case. We've actually had MU killings most civilian death in Afghanistan in the first half of this year, the UN recently published the figures for January to June. Those are on previous years. We've had ten thousand killer injured every single year for the past several years, not a safe place. Absolutely. Not nonetheless is upping the rate of expulsions tens of thousands of deportees. Expected to be hundred over police doesn't that there's a backlog of asylum applications. The number of people being deported this year is expected to be higher than last, which is higher than the before that and Sweden is also heading toward elections in a couple of months. Exactly. This new question that as you say, Sweden is definitely up and you say, we've got an actions coming up in September and they clearly look, they're trying to act tough making. They can get the votes in that way. I think is very dangerous policy to do that. Let's say we've seen in many European countries. Thank goodness that we have, for example, in Germany, anglo-america although things got tougher in Germany, Angola Mackel is the chancellor has tried pretty hard to stand firm Hussein. This is not the problem. It's a, you know that we need to show the humanity. This needed her interior minister, Jose phone. Are you start conservative, Bavaria pushed back. So her own government is very much split there, but I think it's very interesting Jose of interior minister spoke scathingly or his. Joyfully if you like when they were sending back another sixty nine Afghans they said, well, I'm sixty nine. He implied that this was a good figure to rejoice over where one of those who sent back to Afghantistan from Germany then committed suicide. This is the kind of stark reality that we're seeing. And I think the any government that causes a humane government and Sweden, of course, does have a strong very positive track record over past years terms. What it's done. It's very sad to see if it is now losing that track record. And I say, tacking the right in in order to what it would see is a protecting itself against votes in the far right. But actually giving way too far. I have very, very dangerous starting point. Finally, Steve doing what happened to the man, whose deportation was halted on that particular flight? No, there's actually a lot of confusion. It's very interesting. I think there's no question. There's action was a powerful action as two million people viewing it in the world talking about you. Get away from that, but actually does a lot of confusion. The person that she thought was on the flight was in fact not on the flight and may have been deported separately. That's still unclear the person who the was, however someone who was on her flight, and he was taken off and appears not to have been deported yet, but still may be and of course her own situations. Unclear, she could still be prosecuted for what she's done. I didn't think that she should be in. She herself regards as legal action, but she was taking risks is no question. It's not something that everyone can do. She was standing up to be candid in the literal sense and what comes next. We will see on that Steve kosher. Thank you for joining us on monocle twenty four coming up a little later..
"scathingly" Discussed on Slate's The Gist
"Here comes qualified person you go okay why didn't you clearly people in this country who are raised us who are misogynistic homophobic who or xenephobic and the third consulting producer with a hand in writing the show is the terribly funny one to sykes here's a chunk of her stand up trump annoys me his whole family annoys me yeah oh i had a home knowing that families to the poll telling you just right to the you know not only on a cost us a shitload of money because he keeps going to that tacky s maralago you me spend a might net joan every prominent voice associated with the show it's not just anti trump but vehemently scathingly vocally antitrump and that is just like almost every other entertainment product out of hollywood that tackles trump in any way and that's fine but let's be real this is a divided country and we have in roseanne on roseanne one character played by an actress of wackadoo political ideology who is a stand in for half of america i say that's good it's not good in terms of representation or balance just good fodder it makes for excellent tension which gives rise to interesting situations and jokes sort of why i watch a sitcom roxane gay rights i cannot set aside what i know of roseanne barr and how toxic and dangerous her current public persona is yes i get it it's as if archie bunker were played by a real life archie bunker that's not as comforting as him.
"scathingly" Discussed on The Watch
"I am coming up at night 'cause i was good for the real heads but i but i also say this is terrific content for fans of the watch expanded universe yet when the when the when the other characters come on and they know each other night on the dan this is great cross it will so here's even further apart to you guys did an interview with um i am i'm forgetting his name i feel terrible but uh the leftovers hbo a damon debt lindell yeah and so similar thing on you guys weren't so sure of the first season trend then you caught on in the second season and then at finished in a third season so a lot of these stories that you see across you know media television film trilogies are relevant you need time for the characters to go through inexperience and then come out the other end and ironically for our second program the year last year's program we use music from the leftover soundtrack owner way rely and we mixed it with truman sleeps from the truman show and is just funny how we didn't know any of that before we chesney sec but just and i don't want to put this all on like the watch podcast unclear i almost feel like there was sort of aaa subconscious thing and listening to some of this stuff and learning from it and applying i mean it's just shows that you have to look outside beal has on mitigating it's unusual the link seasons are years yet how grams bet for us starting in two thousand fifteen we were really personal about our scathingly knew that we wanted to be real with where we were at that moment and so leading up to the games and being able to have that progression and build i think that's also what made it so emotional the be at the olympics skating a paradise and skating the very best that we could and it's scary the creative processes agonisingly ah especially when toward wikileak with him.
"scathingly" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"Lead you mention zeke being everything perfectly his rookie everything all the pv fit perfectly everything fell into place so but this critique of he o of uh of that i just thought publicly skip especially for a quarterback normally you don't have to light fires upon the quarterback those guys the really good when are very motivated and like i said that strikes me as the guide this various and he said it himself i need to get better he's going to go into the lab he was on his good he little work on book will always put were hugo work on his accuracy so i'm not worried about that but the convert the conversation that that had with that became put that day jason garrett had that became public he could have had that very conversation with that and said you know what i talk to that there are some things that emu the work on he knows what he needs to work on we talked about it and i'm just gonna leave it at that but to say everything's cape correct which brings us back to your own opening point which is the one position you cannot scathingly publicly critique is that position quarterback is the hardest position to me by far right lane and all of sports is just hard man you got a process set him ablaze in a row like that with people trying to knock you on your tail yes trying to hurt you and after a while if it starts to go south your confidence did he loo i i told you thought in losing conference i think he did because he was getting rocked from his blindside and after a while you start to flinch a little i thought he love carvers in the guys because he saw that he didn't have garvey look at a gathering you look at it oba you look and if your quarterback injured golf and he's looking at all these weapons that he has he of uh todd girlie is going to be going for six weeks is boise qelya he's looking at kartha with nec any alshara making plays he urged wicket playff doors meal agile all his guy of making play all the effect you quarterbacks making plays a which he had he better rookie season.
"scathingly" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"Rookie year in the rookie see sophomore year we been with the expectations were so high considering where he was his rookie get thirteen it three twenty six and poor i mean did you did they really expect that go what thirty in two touchdown intervention and all of a sudden legal fourteen into and go win the super bowl we knew there were going to be some some ball bags give him unless you mention zeke being everything worked perfectly his rookie everything all the pieces fit perfectly everything fell into place so but this critique of of uh of that i just thought publicly skip especially for a quarterback normally you don't have to light fires upon the quarterback those guys the really good when are very selfmotivated and like i said that strikes me as a guide this barisa and he said it himself i need to get better he's going to go into the lab he was on his good he was gonna work on football put were hugo work on his accuracy so i'm not worried about that but the covered the conversation that that had with big became put that day jason garrett had that became public he could have had that very conversation with debt and said you know what i talk to that there are some things that he needs to work on he knows what he needs to work on we talked about it and i'm just gonna leave it at that but to say everything's correct which brings us back to your opening point which is the one position you cannot scathingly publicly critique is that position quarterback is the hardest position to me by far right lane all of sport is just hard man you got a process set ablaze in a row like at with people trying to knock you on your tail yes trying to hurt you and after awhile if it starts to go south your confidence did he loo i i told you thought he losing confidence i think he did because he was getting rock from his blindside and after a while he start to flinch a little i thought he lost confidence in the guys because he saw that he didn't have guy of he's looking at gathering you look at it over.
"scathingly" Discussed on Politics and More Podcast
"About this a little bit this week did you read the letters in the new york times from trump supporters i haven't read them all i mean i did reach some of them you you know it was pretty interesting because they were these were not that the voters really that hillary clinton called deplorables they were pretty reasonable one of them i do he says president trump has exceeded my wildest expectations yes he's embarrassing yes he picks unnecessary fights but he also pushed tax reform through has largely defeated isis in iraq has named a number of solid conservative judges as you pointed out has prioritised american citizens over illegal immigrants and so on and on and on so you may disagree with that writer that voter but on trump's voters terms he is succeeding yeah no that's true i mean about toys brutal rating bucked forty percent made hateley pounds down to thirty five never seems to go below 35 never seems to go much about forty five they avocado voters i mean 'cause it up to forty six somehow in the in the general election i mean the icc's thing i think uh amazing poulsen although it doesn't get covered up much seen as a big win in from republican circles tax reform cutting taxes he's always popula and the way too is a very cynical tax bill base either attacks coasts in nearly as for everybody and then they'll be gradually you know withdrawn but um by then trump will be out of the white house the immigration issue is that he's a we see a big one i mean that was trump's biggest issue i think to his build the wall rhetoric where we see very treaty very scathingly in the media but it resonated the polls show most americans agree with it if you're trump vote you're happy with what trump has done on immigration now the question is you know other enough for those people to uh win elections and at the moment he doesn't look like they are uh they're all it didn't look that way for 2016 either elvis they believe that it's about you election in other public even paul ryan themselves.
"scathingly" Discussed on The Global Politico
"Can't catch his campaign with one anecdote which is that when you we we have had unprecedented organizing over the last several months who worked at a lot of people from the grassroots two democratic senators democratic house members were to defeat the affordable care act and i was in several speeches and chance and chain ends and sit ends and the people there are the new activists and those new activists are often a really primarily women mothers ahha and i think the democratic party has to speak to all of the new activism millennials young people people who feel like they've been left behind that there are also a lot of people who feel like donald trump is an existential threat to their children and their families and videos you're the folks who are flooding town halls and speaking speaking up for the values of a country and a party that is supposed to be about everyone not just a few people so i'll let time defend the values of the democratic party but i think that what we lose sight of is the whole raft of activism that takes place we get lost in a debate between the clinton in sanders voters and i hope some time in my lifetime the 2016 democratic primary will be over and i wanna bring mitch in here but near are you brought it up the 2016 primaries night of that learning not bringing it up up by alcott just today there's reports about this upcoming hillary clinton up memoir and an early extra coming out in which she is scathingly writing basically well find but bernie sanders is even a democrat so forceful have you read the book and second of all do you think it's gonna divide the party even more.