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"unkovic" Discussed on The Takeaway
"Bussers bottomline nick. I'm wondering what kinds of conversations are happening on the hill between kevin mccarthy house minority leader and members of his party who voted with with democrats. On this yeah so As you mentioned at the outset there were thirty. Five republicans who broke ranks from mccarthy That was a number that you know for this. Very partisan congress seemed pretty big. It was still only about a much less than a fifth of house. Republicans though and and and that respect was a bit embarrassing for leader mccarthy. Who as you recall last week lead the charge to oust a representative lewis. Cheney is number three in part over many of these same issues her refusal to stop going after donald trump and members of our own party for the way they're talking about january six And the election And after that he you know he pledged to unify the party that that republicans were going to put these divisions behind them And go united towards twenty twenty two well. This week was kind of miserable example of that and so he at the last minute i spent a lot of time scrambling to try and tamp down support. Keep it just to those thirty five You know he said subsequently you know. Obviously it's their their prerogative. Vote how they want I think in some cases you know a lot of those members are what we call frontline members there in competitive districts and. I think he felt if they. You know a judge this to be Important for their constituents for the reelection campaign go for it. But as long as i keep the numbers down in the twenties and thirties And and have got mcconnell my side. Well there's no risk that this is gonna end up happening so You know. I think there's a fair amount of the You know hand in his leadership team and frankly some sniping and backbiting from his backbenchers. Who you know saw him. We should also say deputize. a key. Republican john kako to go and negotiate this deal on the terms that mccarthy wanted basically in the mccarthy kinda hung out to dry when against it so i don't think there's a lot of good feeling but in the end i think Looking like the leader's gonna walk away with what he wants. Which is No commission yeah new. We'll see this now. Goes to the senate after after passing the house but It looks as you said earlier. Things don't look at it in the senate governor kaine as a respected longtime figure in the republican party. Have you or would you consider having conversations with members of the senate to try to get them on board with this commission. You know if it would be helpful. Very discouraging to me when when it seems it's the greatest thing you can make an capitol hill now so vote your conscience a that. The needs to be and this has very wide ramifications for instance. We've got to do something similar. Unkovic gotta find out. You know how it happened. Why it happened. What the stakes we made and set up. Set up a group so make sure when the next pandemic comes along we do it right as very very important. A group of scholars and former officials are looking at that right now. Not this conclusion is. Congress is incapable of doing it congress and capable of setting up even such a commission and analogous to the private sector and the colleges and so on to set up some kind of commission that the american people look set ministers says this has prime record the ramifications when the congress cannot be trusted to set up an independent commission that the will thinks is independent. I it does seem reflective of the the way congress's right now and that just nothing can get done if they can approve this. Then what can they agree on right. What well that's that's looking at outside of kim. We're talking to an expert on congress Yeah i do but it just somebody who's been around government for a long time and his father served in congress for number eight. Oh and if a twin i love congress inspected congress for that respect is getting hotter and hotter to maintain frankly People like me look at the outside is it doesn't seem to be able to do the most important things that the american people necessar- nick. How're members of congress doing in terms of dealing with what they lived through just a few months ago i mean are they. Are they still feeling the effects of that that trauma the attack on there were they work. They were hiding their under their desks. I mean how are they. Are they still talking about that. It's it's been a fascinating evolution to watch because You know if you think about in terms of you know all the senators and members of the house for that were there that day lived through this one event together. Maybe they were in different parts of the building in their experience varied slightly up but they lived there. One thing and and as time has gone on. I think that the way that they think about that. In process that has really started to splinter to the point where yes there are most democrats and and a lot of republicans who feel you know what happened. That day was was chilling. Undemocratic and represents a grave threat to the nation You know that that shouldn't happen again. but there are also you know. A growing number of republicans particularly in the house seen who And some in the senate. Senator ron johnson most recently wisconsin. Who seemed to be you know. Rewriting or reframing the narrative of what happened that day saying this was not an insurrection. Saying this was there was one member of the house who compared it to you. Know an average tourist visit to the building Who are now complaining. That the department of justice's Harassing and unfairly Treating people who've just came to protest a now arrested or charged in connection To the incident now those cases will play out in. Those people are innocent until proven guilty but You know it's it's a pretty stark turnabout Given how much of this was as we say a live through you know in real time and place by many of these members and all played out on live television to. There's no room to escape. What what some of these images were. And i think that that's part of what's fueling the disagreement about this commission. And there's one key difference that i wanted to point out from The nine eleven commission of the governor sees differently You know this is an incident that implicates one political party in very big way That nine eleven was an attack from from the outside and here republicans think they have a lot to lose. Democrats have a lot to gain by continuing to look into it. Nick faldo's is congressional reporter for the new york times and tom. Kaine is the chair of the nine eleven commission and a former new jersey republican governor. Thanks for joining me for this conversation. Gentlemen thank you. That's a wrap folks. It's been a pleasure being with you here all week and i'll be back in the chair on monday before we go. I'd like to give a big shoutout to the best production team in radio. Who puts this show together every day. Vince fairchild is our broadcast engineer and up. Jake how it is. Our director and editor polly ruined goo is our digital editor and jackie. Martin is our line producer. Amber hall is our senior producer and her producer. Crew is ethan obermann. Jose farris make dalton patricia. Jakub lydia mcmullan layered. David gable is our executive assistant and lee hill is our edp. Thanks so much for listening. Matt cats in for tenzin vega and this is the takeaway..
"unkovic" Discussed on POLITICO Money
"End until the world is vaccinated and vaccinating based on people's ability to pay will actually eat this pandemic dragging out for a long period of time and making sure that we do at based on priority based on medical need based versus ability to pay. I think allows us to have a better global strategy for putting down the outbreak especially in the highest risk to minimize the total deaths and then stop the global spread of the bars. When you say if we don't protect the world who is we. It's a collective we it's the it's the industry. It's all the people making vaccine as all the countries who are paying to develop vaccines. It's the global community so it's not a we in a political state. It's a it's a we as in collectively mankind working together to to to look at the larger human picture versus local human pictures and we recognize how difficult that is especially in an election year at the same time it is. It's important to look at the again until we're until we're protected. None of us are protected looking across the scale of this challenge. Is there any kind of analogy. That comes to your mind that something that you could compare this effort to its more recent that the world has become more of a global ecosystem. It's been really in the last few decades and so i don't know that there is an event to compare this to unless you go back to the nineteen eighteen flu outbreak from a response standpoint. It's long claimed that vaccines are the second most impactful public health intervention in human history. The first being clean water and sanitation. And so when you think about it a nose terms there are still countries that don't have great supply clean water and sanitation and and frankly law of the infectious diseases are coming from some of those situations and so until we solve that problem. Also i believe that we will continue to have the significant risk of these novel. Viruses emerging into human population had existed for decades or centuries in certain animal species but hadn't had the opportunity to crossover and unfortunately there are many of those in our future. And that's why we really need to get this right one thing. We've been looking across seasons in this. Podcast has been the us china relationship and obviously been a lot of trade tensions arising rivalry both economic and geostrategic long before covid From where you sit in what you're working on. How does the us. China dynamic play into The scaling up of the vaccine manufacturing and delivery if it's interesting because there are equally as many efforts in china to develop their own vaccine as there are in the us and the rest of the world and it's almost as if there's three major groups working on this. The chinese the americans and to some extent arrest world but even within the rest of the world that was hit as a large focus on vaccines for india for example and how to make sure that we protect the larger populated countries. And so unfortunately. This is not a global effort to find a global solution. And that's the unfortunate part of it. I think that everyone who is working on this will eventually help the global. 'cause if again if you take a look at the the uk the us and canada they've secured doses of vaccine for every citizen and we believe that the excess of those will come to the rest of the world. And so i think people are thinking that way as a global player after taking care of national interests. But i think that's really where for me is the biggest disappointments is that that we're not for something like a global outbreak. You would expect a more of a aligned global response and unfortunately were just not there yet de feel that it's been an arms race is the sort of the opposite of globalization where everything is become very inner focused and nationalistic. Right even think we might learn the opposite lesson the challenge here then keep in mind is if you take a look at the last thirty years. There has been a significant outbreak about every five years. Nothing the scale of covid but if you look at the original sars if you look at h five n one flu h one n one flu. Deka virus ebola. It's about every five years. We have a significant event. And it's really wise. Seppi was created because during two thousand fourteen two thousand sixteen ebola outbreak. Even though there was a vaccine on the shelf it took way too long to get it into advanced clinical development and as as an approved license product. And then we recognize the need for a new coordinated international intergovernmental approach to responding to these these types of threats and so the us created barreda after nine eleven to take care of the risk of biomedical threats. And i would say that. I think the rest of the world will probably do something similar by building more global capacity post covid but still. The coordination and collaboration is really. What's going to make a difference. And i think this is maybe a great wakeup call for us to know that this is not the last one. And then the more we learn from this In looking back and saying how could we have done better as a really key. Element of hopefully how the world responds and a look. Back on unkovic. But it's not enough although we're better off than we were five years ago we still have a long way to go and i think the covid nineteen experience has taught us all that but if you were to wave a magic wand aware that coordination coming from is it coming from national leaders at summits is it coming from the. Who is it coming from the un someplace else. What does that look like. I would say yes. I think it really has to be. And that's one of the challenges. This is an incredibly complex ecosystem and it's somewhat muddled by politics. But even without the politics there aren't clear. Mandates people are are taking on roles and assuming roles. But there's not necessarily a great global alignment of how this should be managed and if we had a global operation warp speed versus a country specific. One it might not might be that type approach but how to make that happen as well beyond.
"unkovic" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check
"On the shelf. took way too long to get it into advanced clinical developments and as as an approved licensed product, and then we recognize the need for a new coordinated international intergovernmental approach to responding to these these types of threats. And so the US created Barda after nine eleven to take care of the risk of biomedical threats and I would say that I think the rest of the world will probably do something similar by building more. Global Capacity Post Cove. But still the coordination and the collaboration is going to make a difference and I. Think this is maybe a great wakeup call for us to know that this is not the last one. And then the more we learn from this in in looking back and saying, how could we have done better as a really element of? How the world responds and a look back on UNKOVIC. But it's not enough although we're better off than we were five years ago. We still have a long way to go and I think the covid nineteen experience has taught us all that. If you were to wave a magic wand aware that coordination coming from, is it coming from national leaders at summits? Is it coming from the WHO is it coming from the UN someplace else? What does that look like? I would say yes. I think it really has to be, and that's one of the challenges. This is an incredibly complex ecosystem and then somewhat muddled by politics but even without the politics, there aren't clear mandates. People are are taking on roles and assuming roles but there's not necessarily a great global alignment of how this should be managed and if we had a global operation warp speed. Versus a country specific one it might might be the type of approach but how to make that happen as well beyond my understanding..
"unkovic" Discussed on The Global Politico
"We have addressed the risk of nationalism through diversification. I would say the next risk is people's vaccine hesitancy. If people are concerned about whether or not this vaccine is safe, they wanNA take a wait-and-see. We really could have an issue with vaccine demand being lower than supply I. Don't think that's a huge risk and I think that will be a waning risk, but clearly, people may not want to be the first ones to line up for a new vaccine for me I have a lot of faith in the industry, but it's not something that's globally shared. But really probably my biggest concern is that we will struggle with equitable access. It's so true that if we don't protect the world, this will not end this. Outbreak won't end until the world is vaccinated and vaccinating based on people's ability to pay will actually eat this pandemic dragging out for a long period of time and making sure that we do at based on priority based on medical need based versus ability to pay I. Think allows us to have a better global strategy for putting down the outbreak especially in the highest risk to minimize the total deaths and then stopped global spread of the bars. When you say if we don't protect the world, who is we it's a collective we it's the it's the industry. It's all the people making vaccine as all the countries who are paying to develop vaccines. It's the global community. So it's not a we in a political state, it's a it's a we as in collectively mankind working together to to to look at the larger. Human, picture versus local human pictures, and we recognize how difficult that is especially in an election year at the same time it is it's important to look at the again until until we're protected none of us are protected looking across the scale of this challenge. Is there any kind of analogy that comes to your mind that something that you could compare this effort to its more recent that the world has become more of a global ecosystem? It's been really in the last few decades and so I don't know that there is an event a compare this to. Unless. You go back to the nineteen eighteen. Flu Outbreak. From a response standpoint, it's long claimed that vaccines are the second most impactful public health intervention in human history, the first being clean water and sanitation. And so when you think about it a nose terms, there are still countries that don't have great supply, clean water and sanitation, and and frankly law of the infectious diseases are coming from some of those situations and so. and. Until we solve that problem also I, believe that we will continue the have the significant risk of these novel viruses emerging into human population had existed. For decades or centuries in certain animal species, but hadn't had the opportunity to crossover and unfortunately there are many of those in our future and that's why we really need to get this. Right. One thing we've been looking across seasons in this podcast has been the US China relationship and obviously the been a lot of trade tensions arising rivalry both economic and geostrategic long before Covid from where you sit in what you're working on. How does the US China dynamic play into the scaling up of the vaccine manufacturing and delivery if it's interesting because there are equally as many efforts in China. To develop their own vaccine as there are in the US and the rest of the world and it's Almost as if there's three major groups working on this, the Chinese the Americans and to some extent arrest world but even within the rest of the world that was hit as a large focus on vaccines, for India, for example, and how to make sure that we protect the larger populated countries. and. So unfortunately, this is not a global effort to find a global solution. and. That's the unfortunate part of it. I think that everyone who is working on this will eventually help the global 'cause. If again, if you take a look at the the UK, the US and Canada, they've secured five doses of vaccine for every citizen and we believe that the excess of those will come to the rest of the world and so I think people are thinking that way as a global player after taking care of national interests but I think that's really where for me is the biggest disappointments is that that we're not. For something like a global outbreak, you would expect a more of a aligned global response and unfortunately were just not there yet. De Feel that it's been an arms. Race is the sort of the opposite of globalization where everything is become very inner focused and nationalistic right? Even think we might learn the opposite lesson. The challenge here. Then keep in mind as if you take a look at the last thirty years there has been a significant outbreak about every five years. Nothing, the scale of COVID. But. If you look at the original SARS if you look at h five, N one, flu H, one n one flu Deka Virus Ebola. It's about every five years. We have a significant event and it's really wise Seppi was created because during two thousand, fourteen, two, thousand, sixteen Ebola outbreak even though there was a vaccine on the shelf, it took way too long to get it into clinical development and as as an approved license product, and then we recognize the need for a new coordinated international intergovernmental approach to responding to these these types of threats. and. So the US created Barda after nine eleven to take care of the risk of biomedical threats and I would say that I think the rest of the world will probably do something similar by building more global capacity post covid. But still the coordination collaboration is really what's going to make a difference and I think this is maybe a great wakeup call for us to know that this is not the last one. And then the more we learn from this in looking back and saying how could we have done better as a really key element of hopefully how the world responds and a look back on Unkovic But it's not enough although we're better off than we were five years ago. We still have a long way to go and I think the covid nineteen experience has taught us all that. But if you were to wave a magic wand aware that coordination coming from, is it coming from national leaders at summits? Is it coming from the WHO is it coming from the UN someplace else? What does that look like? I would say, yes. I think it really has to be, and that's one of the challenges. This is an incredibly complex ecosystem and it's somewhat muddled by politics but even without the politics, there aren't clear mandates. People are are taking on roles and assuming roles but there's not necessarily a great global alignment of how this should be managed and if we had a global operation warp speed. Versus a country specific one, it might not. Be that type approach but how to make that happen as well beyond my understanding. Ryan I was so struck in my conversations with Jim and Sarah by much of this is about keeping a very fine balance between being domestically self reliant versus globally reliant on others. So. For example, if you're America, you might address one kind of vulnerability by bringing supply chains home. But then you create a new one because you no longer have.
"unkovic" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Have some five million members on most of those members especially when they speak publicly are a absolutely determined in the will to continue campaigning they believe in the second amendment they believe in the rights to carry guns there will be some concern about the the level of public anger about this the social media campaign but i don't think perhaps in the long run an organization that has very very deep roots in the culture of so many societies of this nation pj those world news from the bbc three bombs have exploded in the capital of myanmar's wreck hind state from where hundreds of thousands of muslim will hinge are have flared over recent months the blasts happened at separate locations around sit way including at the home of a senior official one policeman was slightly injured no one has claimed responsibility for the explosions the investigation into russian interference in the last us presidential election has filed a new indictment against the former head of donald trump's campaign paul manafort is accused of secretly funding a lobby group for ukraine's former president victory unkovic who has close links with moscow mr manafort has pleaded not guilty in contrast his business partner rick gates has made a deal with prosecutors here's ali met bull in washington while these charges don't necessarily say in other they colluded with russia directly to to influence the 2016 election a what this has done is to things it's exposed alleged dealings which really don't look good in terms of the group people the donald trump surrounds himself with is clearly lots of lying going onto the fbi which looks suspicious of at least but also it has created a situation where the fbi does have people who can call on to to find out what really did go on the lead tokenist on some of the best known pop hit severely 1960s barbara allston has died she was seventy four allston fronted the crystals he's hits included and then he kissed me and to do ron roam the group was one of several made famous by the producer phil spector who invented of what became known as the wall of signed at.
"unkovic" Discussed on Bravo TV's Daily Dish
"They'd put pickle juice within their after hours over here rachel and i are enjoying molly margaritas is a molly margarita you might ask us to margarita made by mali are cnn international but i wanna say were jose cuervo doing it up yeah blue unkovic ludwig ave yeah yeah i am i i like my eyes move yeah it's yummy i just wish i had salt 'cause salt i'm just i like salt i was like literally gonna go to my debts what i was going to do is notably desk and get salts i can remember when i was going to do earlier he writes salt at your desk rachel i was just gonna like shot myself like you know when you lick your hand you put saw on your hands and then you look at again like when you good taste shot of tequila have you seen cocktail have you seen any have you been out ellen grazes to healthy for even knowing what salt on your hand shot i didn't know you or i guess i know what salt his eyes so the reason i'm out here is because the venter pump rules after show is shooting and what i'm not working on a directly i was working with people who were working on it um so i know what to kill is i spent the last two days with eventyrbok castaway give us the dirt what's happening right where they drinking for this cause last year they drink for the after show because it was the order was drinking i will tell you i had to i went on the booze run the night before and i was like there's no way that these six people are going to drink what i just purchased and then i had to go out on a supplementary run give us a taste to like what were the alcohols they were i'll tell you address hating n so number one item on the list ten bottles of of that now and then for day to we had to go get five more.
"unkovic" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Only iraq has come through uh listen to day since starting tomorrow i'll have more information i'm going to hide all look to tomorrow thank you for doing this you're welcome it's a system for weekend so sweet gifting you with iheartradio all access for free listen to millions of songs in albums on demand for free hashtag iheart all access and another surprise for tomorrow men man i think i'm a bringing jimmy fallon on tomorrow oh my god don't vomit uri south maybe friday on the monaghan duty or in the studio i love him okay so i heart radio free all access weekend that's a definite thing that together for you jimmy fallon friday may be okay that said daniel pacelle while you're unkovic because then with you now on our own we he'd rather be what really i agree in a little too ruggedly you got so excited i did so we all like to gamble on the super bowl most of us like to do it illegally one estimate claims that americans will gamble over four and a half million bucks on super bowl and ninety seven percent of it will be done illegally through offshore an unlicensed bookies and that's about the same as it was last year so black panther coming out in february and marvel fans cannot wait wesley snipes said that he actually tried to get a black panther movie going back in the nineties it didn't happen but that failure led to blade which was the first a really successful movie based on a moral character so that's pretty cool her jamie lee curtis posted a pick of herself in the first day of filming the new halloween movie the new movie comes out in october she jamie lee curtis looks is so great a jesus so beauty she ages like a fine wine that jamie lee curtis ideal of autism big news with launch with lingerie photos i'm guessing she has lingerie collection on the way least that's what it looks like.
"unkovic" Discussed on Z100
"And another surprise for tomorrow men man and i think i'm a bringing jimmy fallon on tomorrow oh my god don't vomit uri's oh maybe friday on the long duty here in the studio okay i get i love him okay so i heart radio free all access weekend that's a definite thing that together for you jimmy fallon friday may be okay all right that said daniel pacelle while you're unkovic because then with you now on our own we he'd rather be what really i breathed alludes ruggedly you got so excited i did so we all like to gamble on the super bowl most of us like to do it illegally one estimate claims that americans will gamble over four and a half million bucks on super bowl and ninety seven percent of it will be done illegally through offshore an unlicensed bookies and that's about the same as it was last year so black panther coming out in february and marvel fans cannot wait wesley snipes said that he actually tried to get a black panther movie going back in the nineties it didn't happen but that failure led to blade which was the first really successful movie based on a moral character so that's pretty cool her jamie lee curtis posted a pick of herself in the first day of filming the new halloween movie the new movie comes out in october she wouldn't jamie lee curtis looks is so great at she's just so beauty g eight is like a fire fine wind that jamie lee curtis ideal of autism big news with launch with lingerie photos i'm guessing she has launched a rare collection on the way least that's what it looks like and you guys remember when leslie jones did that hilarious commentary for the rio games while she is back they're giving her the job again for the winter olympic games nourish she was so funny last time ever moslem electricity are doing stuff art figured in europe is on twitter held his duran cisse shelby steele rain in the morning show ladies and gentleman justin timberlake you may have heard i'm performing at half of the super bowl and my new album man of the.
"unkovic" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
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"unkovic" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
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"unkovic" Discussed on talkRADIO
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"unkovic" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu
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"unkovic" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"It's like they're not totally ready for the moment but once and watch and they both seemed ready for the moment of really lead their team into a playoff run not just look good in their first or second year but actually leave their team into the playoffs so those two for me the two w's there once in watson impressed me the most i think the question that we asked last night at the near seeing one two who's the best team in the nfl 'cause you now have five teams have five wins in the eagles who have six wins i know it's only weak seven but that's a that's a tough wanting to try to figure out who is the total package or whatever team is the closest i was trying to look back and see when was the last time in week seven that you only have one team with one or no losses i don't know it would be a tough on a fine but it just it's hard to pick one right now because of the andrews the guys like rogers and the way it's go on it i i don't know i mean i think the the patriots looked better against the falcons but who knows what that defense that might just be atlanta looking bad too so who knows philadelphia gotta give them credit they're playing the best i mean i know i'm just a girl and all but i feel like i could have called some more appropriate plays in their own for the falcons on sending i know you could i i mean that was that was her tomorrow beat you cute yes you get the feeling ever try to be too q one fourth unkovic cleared out the back phil for you know they're not going to hand the ball onto they can just read the play grows growth kinda feel bad for them it was bizarre all right so come on top of the hour former nfl linebacker i greece between now and then we'll take your tweet at a law radio we will officially introduce our twitter tuesday question i kinda spoil it there with darwin but also you can call us at eight five five two one two four t two seven it after hours on cbs sports radio here's our latest ports update and here he is the man the myth the legend darwin suck.
"unkovic" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In the city system will split the cash based on the number of students in each school and the condition of the furniture currently in that school wbz news time seven lemon time for us to head the a stick a com sports studio and say good morning once again the unkovic want good morning josh yankees fell behind the twins three nothing in the first inning of their a l wildcard game but rallied for an eight four to advance face the indians in the division series starting tomorrow dd gregoria spread gardner and aaron judge homered for the bombers game one between the red sox and astros tomorrow in houston chris sale will post justin burland or in the matinee would be drew pomeranz and dallas tikal in game two boston still finalising its roster for the series john farrow feels good about injured infielder edwato nunez's neat wound through the the the base running in cincinnati was a marked improvement he had 6 of bat's live against her ruined sylvia's yesterday big to get some kind of game speed to him you'll go through some more things here today to the further test and put him through the patients want to speak about yesterday was an encouraging day everything points to him being available in the series patriots at the buck in ears tomorrow corner era grow the only pants player to miss yesterday's practice will groin issue safety devin mccourty knows it's never easy to play sunday and then again thursday no is not as much fiscal but you have to get as much mental reps in washington fullness basel saw a when we understand now we just got to go to go door this week bruins start their season at home tomorrow against predators bees loss former first round pick malcolm sue ban on waivers to the expansion golden knights jones for native jack eichel is rich the 20yearold inked in eight year eighty million dollars tension with buffalo sabres phoenix jury acquitted celtics forward marcus morris and his twin brother markeith in their aggravated assault trial sees sixers in preseason play friday perhaps.
"unkovic" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Oh no okay what they leave the call six o'clock matinee again this is i mean see this is where i think the racial analogy breaks the i i agree with you because i think that he would anybody argue that you should be able to have that whitesonly lunch counter were only high you're you know only take white applicants of of course i don't think anybody would argue that but but in that case you're not arguing that it is your religious beliefs that that says i'm not going to serve it's my religious belief tells me not to serve uh african americans for example that that's not at this is a much more difficult situation because it is the conflict between sincerely sincerelyheld religious beliefs and the rights of these samesex couple now look i i one of the reasons they have difficulty with this issue is i i don't have a problem of samesex marriage i know a lot of people just disagree with me on that net that's fine i i don't have a problem with it but at the same time i also have a problem with telling people with just because they her particular business that they have to again leave their sincerely held religious beliefs at the doorstep if they're going to conduct the the business i have a problem with that as well because you i this to me it's the government saying okay this law trump she religious of your legitimate religious belief let's talk to mike in seen migrants exploited became day i'll be carver are legally record crime duck uh about area or pharrell why is it going to acquire greg shop immerse pressure and demand that her hurt four the recruiting or or or of course not the wedding carter birdal individual who decorate whatever unkovic and aid critical that you're making death hurstbourne go away great or not.
"unkovic" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Back in front we get our new hampshire lottery game there that lap anywhere we hit the ball into the crowd he get the red ball yet the bonus cries and reminded me powerball zipped up half a billion dollars the uh good joker was manning the firing of the balls being case by zikui grace growth waymo deniers of her hurt high glide by yacht as good a whole yards your of andre sign in left center albia out mcveigh make the cat on the live all by i and rue gadot one away you're the fourth inning with your hat gown horta three the dark night is with top rated he he come what we put a hot avoid ed here is who were hero jonathan davis is it rbi with a triple tonight austin holy fill out there on the mound prowled dudayev whose all right at the edge not being able to make it out of the second inning but got that last doubted now i set down five in a row after the fisher caps tied the game kd take while one kohli at club breaking ball away at seventy six and its who had nothing like john good crowd lavigne's from want to hear the ballpark tonight unkovic con night tomorrow is that kids club game an oral health challenge game sunday afternoon at the ball marco his body what is on the outside corner birthright we staying on rotation even with the rain out her conner green will go gin two day ryan baraki will pitch tomorrow afternoon her spout off the right side john farrow fullpitch for us monday night in bigham jin rumble ponies i put a lot of distance between themselves down thirdplace reading there is now at nine at endgame gap between the teams now and when only given heat eighteen game could go looks like it's mets in yankees in the playoffs in the eastern division of easterly booth your threatened and bigham him hall count has gone to three to it.
"unkovic" Discussed on A Cast of Kings - A Game of Thrones Podcast
"Even though what it did with the characters might not necessarily be pleasant or things that we like i didn't think any of it felt in or get or most of it i didn't feel was in organic so but in appointing joanna that lake that's not the most that's not the greatest part of the thrones it's not battle sequences and assure sure there have been great bell sequences but when i look back on my favorite things of game of thrones it's like if i a reward sh ten scenes over again yeah may be hard home will be one of them but like the vast majority of them would not be battles he would be these tense confrontations people have this amazing dialogue you'll be lien a more months know carrying everyone in us whole it'd be stuff like that that just is unexpected that you can't see anywhere else and this episode give us stuff we can't see other places but did it very very well and for that i i give the show my props and and really enjoyed it i'll give it nami us you know i wouldn't give it an a plus but i thought it was really well done and so much the love here so i think as bigger fan of you i think we can both agree however that man how are they going to tire everything up next episode to demand it's an extra long running time next but they are they got a lot to do so we'll see he do you have any i guess i usually like to ask you a about next up a certain sometimes you get tell me let me ask you do you think we'll see no what happens with our joy and accepts owed yes or you think will find out yes crazy okay well i'm looking forward to that i see me the base well we don't usually talk with the next time on preview rate correct should risky pat uh i would like to but we can if you want to say the you're going to give it away then i'm okay with it so if you want to give away with an exciting preview unkovic because we only got one episode left i'll just say one on part of it one small part of least which is that we've got.