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  1. Is Trump an autocrat, a demagogue or anything like that? We looked at the definitions. | Public Radio International

    The coverage of the firing of James Comey as director of the FBI has been extensive, and in some cases, dramatic. Many people are bandying about terms like autocrat, fascist, demagogue, failed state and of course, constitutional crisis. So, we thought it might be useful to define these terms.

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  2. EMA 2017 November

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    Sportsnet Staff

    November 7, 2017, 9:21 PM

    Vancouver Canucks owner Francesco Aquilini joined Sportsnet 650 hosts Andrew Walker and Scott Rintoul at the station for a rare studio interview.

    He talked at length about his aspirations for the hockey club, his preference that young players be given an opportunity to develop, his confidence in first-year head coach Travis Green, and that he does not like to meddle as an owner.

    “We have a general manager,” he said of Jim Benning. “He is the expert. You have to go with the expert.”

    The direction he gives Benning and club president Trevor Linden is to continuously work to improve. “We have to be a little bit better today than we were yesterday,” he said.



    The Program

    Francesco Aquilini in studio to talk Canucks, Sedins, Jim Benning and possible return of the NBA

    Originally aired November 07 2017

    Aquilini said contract negotiations are ongoing with Benning and did not give details, “but as soon as we have something, you will be the first to know,” he told Walker and Rintoul. “I am pleased with how Jim has performed. I’m optimistic we’re going to come to an agreement with him.”

    The Sedin twins, widely adored and respected in Vancouver, are no less idolized in the eyes of the club’s owner. (“They are people you want your daughter to marry,” he said.)

    There may not be immediate plans for an ambassador role within the Canucks organization for the twins because they plan to continue playing, he added. “It’s not something we’ve talked about because I think they want to succeed this year. Daniel and Hank want to have a great year. I don’t think they are thinking about retirement.”

    Aquilini says he’s not actively pursuing an NBA team, but would be open to bringing one back to Vancouver if the opportunity presented itself. Described Rogers Arena as "plug and play" to bring a team back.

    — Brendan Batchelor (@BatchHockey) November 8, 2017

    As the owners of a professional sports franchise, Aquilini said his family is open to purchasing additional sports properties, including a rugby team. However, they won’t be buying the B.C. Lions from David Braley.

    “We are always interested in looking at another sports team. I had conversations with David Braley but it’s not going to go any further than that at this point.”

    The Simon Fraser alumnus also supports an NHL rival in Seattle and believes a team may eventually arrive down the I-5. And if he was presented with the right opportunity, Vancouver could see the return of the NBA should the stars align. He mentioned that Rogers Arena is still in possession of NBA locker rooms and would have no trouble being converted to a basketball arena.

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  4. Remaster #47: Super Mario Odyssey Review - Relay FM

    Mario is back! Is he better than ever?

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  5. Remaster #31: ‘The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild’ Review - Relay FM

    Federico and Myke give their review of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.

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  6. David Letterman - The Howard Stern Show

    From The Howard Stern Show (08-16-17) - David Letterman

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  7. Letterman on Stern

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  8. Longform Podcast #199: Kathryn Schulz · Longform

    Kathryn Schulz is a staff writer for The New Yorker. "The Really Big One," her article about the rupturing of the Cascadia fault line, won the 2016 Pulitzer Prize. “I can tell you in absolute sincerity: I didn’t realize I was writing a scary

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  9. Hillary Clinton Book Interview: In ‘What Happened,’ Clinton Is Done But Not Over : NPR

    In interviews with NPR, Clinton discusses her life since the election she didn’t expect to lose and why she lost. And she offers scathing criticism of President Trump.

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  10. Eleventh hour iPhone X and LTE Apple Watch leaks | 9to5Mac Happy Hour 137

    Summary:This week Benjamin and Zac discuss 9to5Mac’s exclusive look at the leaked iOS 11 GM and what it reveals about the LTE Apple Watch and new iPhone X.Hosts:Benjamin MayoZac HallHere’s what we discussed in this episode:Leaked iOS 11 GM reveals several vibrant (and OLED black) new wallpapers and more [Video]iOS 11 GM leak seemingly leaks LTE Apple Watch with new face and Digital Crown [Video]LTE Apple Watch uses same phone number as iPhone, some carriers to offer free/cheaper trial plansFirmware points to new Apple Watch case finishes: ‘Blush Gold’ aluminium and ‘Gray’ ceramiciOS 11 GM leak confirms D22 ‘iPhone 8’ features: Portrait Lighting, True Tone Display, revised AirPods, much moreKGI: Breakdown of iPhone 8 3D sensors, all colors to come with black frontHere’s how setting up Face ID on the iPhone 8 will workiPhone 8 to feature Animoji, send 3D animated emoji based off your facial expressionsHere’s how the iPhone 8 status bar will accommodate the notchiOS firmware indicates Apple to announce ‘iPhone 8’, ‘iPhone 8 Plus’ and ‘iPhone X’ on TuesdayiOS 11 + iPhone X tidbits: Face ID interface and setup, Camera app adjustments, more

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