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Chiefs activate Robinson; Bucs' AB questionable
"Is just over 48 hours away. Buccaneers wide receiver Antonio Brown is listed as questionable for the game with a knee injury. Bucks tight and Cameron break is expected to play despite sustaining a back injury in practice yesterday and the Kansas City side Chiefs receiver Sammy Watkins is questionable with a calf injury and fellow chiefs receiver to Marcus Robinson. Has been cleared to play. He was placed on the covert list earlier in the week.
Fresh "48 Hours" from Mark Thompson
"Asked for a free appraisal today or call 415781. 56904157815690 weather coins on Lombard Street in San Francisco Governor Gavin Newsom this morning is signing legislation that will give $6.6 billion to help schools return to in person instructions. Soon, many districts have struggled to reach agreements with teachers unions on the best way to return students and staff to the classroom in a safe manner. California can't order schools to return to in person instruction, but state officials can offer a lot of money to those that do. Mount Diablo Unified School District Superintendent Adam Clarke says Ah hybrid model of in person and online learning could start as early as March. 22nd. The district's trustees, will likely discuss and vote on a proposal at its meeting next week. Clarke says the state and county have approved the district's reopening plan. Contra Acosta is expected to move into the red tear next week or the week after. Both indoor and outdoor youth sports are returning to California soon. The announcement comes from an advocacy group, which has been pushing for the return of the sports following a tentative legal settlement in San Diego. The new guidelines, which could be released by the California Department of Public Health today, will allow outdoor and indoor sports to resume if they follow the same guidelines. The college in Professional sports are currently following. This includes weekly testing at this point And the negative covert 19 tests within 48 hours of the game. The settlement effects California state guidelines. But there is room for counties or district's to implement stricter rules at the local level. The new settlement effects you sports at all ages. I'm Terry Rouse kgo 8 10 San Jose Police are looking at putting a gunshot detection system in a San Jose neighborhood that's hard hit by gun violence. A portable shot spotter system would be a pilot project in the area near San Jose's border with Campbell. It's hope that the system's camera microphone and software will result in faster response times. But the camera mounted on a high poll also has the ability to snap pictures of license plates and other things, though police say they would not use it to enforce traffic laws. Public meetings to discuss putting the gunshot detectors in that area will be held later this month. This news update is sponsored by Harris Restaurant to GO Meals at Harris Restaurant. San.
Chicago Public Schools Students Will Be In Remote Learning Again Thursday; No Deal Yet With Chicago Teachers Union
"Remain on remote learning today is the district and teachers Union seek common ground on safe reopening plans. Glenn Marshall is live at CBS headquarters with the latest Glenn Good morning that a 48 hour cool down period extended to today, with CPS and CTU still figuring out everything now they CPS and the mayor also released a statement earliest week Senate. They have come to some type of agreement with some things, but it's still not enough for CTU teachers to get back in the classroom now, right now, CTU was still asking for Health metrics that will shut down schools during outbreaks and remote accommodations were teachers who lived with people with medical conditions and a vaccination plan for teachers who desire to receive the vaccine. Now this is where is he to you stands after negotiations have Paul since Tuesday. The mayor released a statement earlier this week, saying both sides agree on the health and safety protocols, ventilation, contact tracing and health and safety committees. Last night, We found out that the CPS was offering to allocate 1500 doses of the vaccine per week for employees but wants them to return to the classroom after the first dose, and then the director of CDC came out, saying Research does not back seat to use claim that the vaccine is needed. Take a listen Increasing data to suggest that schools can safely re open and that that savory opening does not suggest that teachers need to be vaccinated in order to reopen safely. Now. Later today, CTU will have parents on a Facebook live chat that will discuss exactly what it is that they're looking for in the hopes of actually getting back into the classroom with everything that they agree on with CPS. Of course, we'll bring that to you as we receive it, but for now alive outside of CPS headquarters, Good marshal the BG and news
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U.S. hits new record for COVID-19 deaths
"Pandemic has set deadly new records across the country. The virus killed nearly 4000 people nationwide on Wednesday, and California had more than 1000 deaths over 48 hours overall, December was the deadliest month yet, and health officials warn that January could be worse. Still
Fresh "48 Hours" from KYW 24 Hour News
"Opposite happened with an 8% increase in fatal car crashes. In addition to the spike in death rates, 4.8 million people were seriously injured and crashes last year. Safety experts are calling for action instead of raising speed limits. We really should be thinking about either keeping them that what they are or lowering them. We need seatbelt laws, and then we need distracted driving laws. Texas was at the top of The list with nearly 3900 driving deaths last year. The numbers reveal that during the worst public health crisis in a century, there was also a crisis on the roads. Michael George, CBS NEWS New York Time Now for the Rosengarten scoreboard schedule your free roof estimate at roof. Nick dot com Huge win for the Flyers. They come back and score four unanswered goals to beat the Penguins, 4 to 3 in Pittsburgh. Still ahead, Justin, I'll tell us how the roads are looking. It's 10 50. Hard to believe it's been a year shut down fast, and we shut down her. We look at what worked. The issue is evolving every hour Did it was the governor Chris in this position and out and what we've learned? I don't think any of us ever really understood all of it then and now this month on K Y w News radio one on 39 FM new dove men deodorant is different. It has 48 hour protection and a plant based moisturizers that cares for your skin odor protection that works. New Dove men plant based care on the fence about the cove in 19 vaccine. Don't buy into the myths. We've heard them all from microchips to didna alteration, and we're here to assure you. The vaccine has been proven safe by the country's.
US Electoral College set to confirm Biden win as Trump fights on
"Elect Joe Biden earned Georgia's 16 electoral votes, defeating President Trump in the state by almost 12,000 votes. Vice news senior political reporter Cameron Joseph joined me and Dimitri on Skype the pretty crazy week because we have these key Georgia Runoff Senate elections tomorrow night that are going to determine who has control of the Senate. And then I don't think we're gonna have the results by the time that Congress actually convenes on Wednesday to officially certify the electoral college results, which is normally kind of a pro form, Uh, sleepy pageantry day, but Because Republicans led by Ted Cruz, and just Holly are going to be objecting to the results and pushing to overturn the election. Even though there's no evidence that Donnie widespread voting fraud that it's going to be a really wild 48 hours, that could be a process that drags on for a very long time. As they have a two hour debate over every single one of the foreign, possibly six states. They're going to have a cup, too. We're dealing with things that we really haven't seen in the US before. We have not seen runoff society Senate control before, and we have not one but two elections where Donald Trump's attacks on the Georgia election and George Election officials are undercutting some conservatives faith in their own democracy and possibly convincing them not to vote, which could hurt their chances down there and then, within 24 hours, we have the first serious challenge to a settled election. Since right after the Civil War. We're in uncharted territory. It's going to be pretty wild. I certainly have never seen anything like this. And I think the most interesting thing long term is going to be which Republicans actually Stand up and support democracy and protect the elections that have had no obvious problems with them. And we've seen you know about 20. Republican senators come out and a handful of Republican congressman and it's probably gonna be majority of House Republicans who actually support Donald Trump's efforts here. We've seen about a dozen GOP senator, some with presidential ambitions. Come out for Trump's position to overturn the election will be interesting to see who else does
Georgia election: All you need to know about key Senate runoff races
"Critical Georgia run offs, which will determine control of the Senate. The latest FIVETHIRTYEIGHT polling averages show the race is nearly deadlocked. Republican incumbent David Perdue trails Democratic challenger John Assaf. By about a percentage point in the regular election, while Senator Kelly La Flor, who was appointed to fill a vacancy trails her Democratic challenger, the Reverend Raphael Warren, up by almost two points in the special election. Our correspondent Rachel Scott, is in Atlanta with the very latest. Good morning, Rachel. Martha Good Morning, and Georgia already seeing record voter turnout for a special election. More than three million have already cast their ballot here who had just 48 hours ago. One of the Republicans in the race, Senator David Perdue, is now on the sidelines. He isn't self quarantine after coming into close contact with a campaign staffer who tested positive for covert 19. And the stakes could just not be higher. Republicans are calling this their last line of defense Democrats say what happens here in Georgia will set the course of Joe Biden's presidency. So to pull this off, Democrats would have to win both of their races that would bring the split in the Senate to 50 50 and then Vice President elect Kamila Harris would serve As the tie breaking vote. But if one of those Democratic candidates lose just one of their races, Republicans will be hanging on to majority in the Senate. And at this point, it's all about turning out the base to vote. So that's why tomorrow you will see President Trump and President elect Joe Biden campaigning here, he don't know. Biden was the first Democrat to win the state of Georgia and nearly 30 years. Runoff elections in this state have largely favored Republicans. But then on the flip side, you have some Republicans who are concerned that the president's own words that the election is rigged. That these runoff are invalid will then cost them majority in the Senate mark back. And Rachel Scott. Thanks very much for more. Let's bring in the former Democratic leader in the Georgia House of Representatives and the founder of Fair Fight, Stacey Abrams. Good morning to you. We've seen those polls that give Democrats a slight edge. But is there anything you're seeing on the ground that gives you concern? No concern? Just a great deal of urgency. We did very well in vote by mail. We did very well in early vote, but we know Election Day is going to be the likely high turnout day for Republicans, So we need Democrats who haven't cast their ballots to turn out. If they have any questions to go toe I will vote dot com to find their polling places and two months ago even is Joe Biden was winning Georgia John Assaraf trailed Republican David Perdue by nearly 90,000 votes and in the special election. The Republican candidates combined for nearly 50,000 more votes than the Democrats. I know that roughly 75,000 new voters have been registered since early November. How certain are you that those are Democrats were very certain that most of those were Democrats. Given the composition based on race and age, and let's be clear. We know a number of the people who voted for Joe Biden. As Democrats sometimes just skip the rest of the ballot. They came out to vote for the president because of a number of low propensity voters who came out for Democrats. What we're so excited about is that we haven't stopped reaching those voters. Millions of contacts have been made. Thousands of new registrations have been held, and we know that at least 100,000 people who did not vote in the general election are now voting in this election, and they again are disproportionately young and disproportionately people of color and does the fact that Biden outperform the Senate races indicate that his win really was more about President Trump than it was representative of some kind of ideological shift to the Left in the state. Not at all. We know that for new voters, especially new voters of color, There's a tendency to only vote in races where they are certain of the outcome. They know Joe Biden. Joe Biden's been a part of American politics for 40 plus years and so for a number of new voters, they're going to vote on Lee when they're confident. That's why we spent this time over the last nine weeks, educating voters about Jon Ossoff's and Raphael Warnock. They've crisscrossed the state and we believe we've closed that distance and that the voters that are turning out now absolutely no them and are standing by their sides and voting for them and you
Report: Jim Schwartz will leave the Philadelphia Eagles after 2020 season
"Schwartz will not return next season is the Eagles defensive coordinator? Is taking a year off thinking of taking your off contemplating retirement. This news is just kind of all breaking as we speak, Um Just read you when I got here on Twitter. Is Davis and Garrow. NBC SPORTS PHILADELPHIA He goes fence corner, Jim Schwartz intends to allow his contract to expire and take a year off from coaching in 2021 as he contemplates retirement. Her sources. Ls your parks who covers eagles for V I P is going to join us before we get to Elliot Rage issue or, you know, you're kind of initial thought on this. Yeah, Surprising. I mean, is he fired? Or is he that he resign or what is this? Well, let's get Elliot in here. Elliot Shore Parks, As I said, covers Eagles for W. Ipe. Elliot, what's going on? We'll never a boring day with the Eagles. That's for sure. And I think this will be the first of probably many changes with the coaching staff this offseason as you mentioned, obviously, Jim Schwartz not going to be back next season. And and honestly, I'm not that surprised. I think that when you consider that they were going to make some type of big change, Schwartz to me seemed the most likely to go now. What this means for for Doug, I think is the main question now from the Eagles perspective. Jim Schwartz side, I would guess this is pretty close to a mutual parting. He's been coaching either coordinator, a head coach since 2001 and you know, I think his time and Philly just feels like it's kind of run out. So I think more and more you see coaches take a year off, according to reports, that's what he's going to do. So I'm not overly surprised by it. But now you know, the Eagles are gonna be in the market for a new defensive coordinator. I guess my question is Why now? Yeah. What? So what You got? You got a game? You got a game tomorrow night. And why? Why whys? Why is the change now? Why don't you coach the game And then after the game's over, you announce this. This seems distant. Seems odd to me. Well, I'm I'm sure he will still coached tomorrow. Maybe he didn't have control over when it broke. I don't I don't know. You know who the source is? Where on this report, But, Yeah, The timing is not ideal. I mean, if you're gonna take the year off, there's no benefit coming out now versus, you know, 48 hours from now. But, yeah, I don't think this is something shorts intended to come out prior to the game. Um, I guess not. Now he is. He is coaching tomorrow. Correct? That's that's gonna happen. That appears to be the case. I mean, I just learned this a few minutes because I would assume he is still going to coach though. Yes. Okay. And, um Is this the first shoe to drop of others? Yeah, I think it is. You look a Z. Jim Schwartz has always been kind of referred to as the head coach of the defense. So I think that the Eagles internally and I know Jeffrey. Larry viewed Schwartz like like this. I mean, that was his side of the ball. Don't control dolphin shorts, consult controlled the defense now. I think Jim Schwartz has actually been a pretty good defensive coordinator during his time here. They've certainly had games where the defense has struggled, but overall, you've seen that most weeks. This Eagles defense holds teams to around 23 2 20 points, and that's good enough to win in today's NFL if you have even an above average offense, so I think sports has done a pretty good job. I think you should be remembered finally here, but I think it was probably time for a change and You know, I think that Swartz was going to be gone. Whether Doug was back or not. All right,
7,424 new COVID-19 cases, 46 deaths reported in holiday-delayed COVID-19 report
"Numbers released on Christmas Day. So Saturday's numbers are for 48 hour period instead of the usual 24. The Department of Public Health reports 7424 new cases in Massachusetts and 46 more deaths much lower than the one day death toll of 76 confirmed on the 24th. The seven day average positivity rate is 6.3% 2077 Bay State residents spent Christmas in the hospital because of covert 19. 416 in ICUs. Suzanne Saz Bill WBZ Boston's news radio. Meanwhile, the
Mass. Reports 7,424 More COVID Cases, 46 New Deaths Over Two Days
"Just got new numbers from the state Public Health Department WBZ Suzanne Saz Ville breaks them down. There were no new numbers released on Christmas Day. So Saturday's numbers are for 48 hour period instead of the usual 24. The Department of Public Health reports 7424 new cases in Massachusetts and 46 more deaths much lower than the one day death toll of 76 confirmed on the 24th. The seven day average positivity rate is 6.3% 2077 Bay State residents spent Christmas in the hospital because of covert 19. 416 in ICUs.
Los Angeles Hospitals are pushed to limits, death count hits new record
"Across Los Angeles County or being pushed to their limits carrying for new coronavirus patients. More than 6700 residents are hospitalized with the virus with more than 1300 in intensive care. Some ambulance crews have been waiting for hours outside emergency rooms to offload patients due to lack of space. The county also reported single day records of covert 19 deaths on Wednesday and again on Thursday, with no update provided on Christmas Day to an outage experienced by Spectrum service in the Los Angeles area. Updated numbers are expected later today that will cover the past 48 hours.
Covid testing available for 30,000 Texans per day in Dallas area
"Companies, making it easier to be tested for covert 19 state Division of Emergency management is working with the round rock company curative to test between 30 and 50,000. Texans a day. Test her self administered mouth swabs, and they're available that kiosk and drive thru locations. Test results are available in 24 to 48 hours, according to the Dallas Morning News. News. There There There are are are two two two sites sites sites in in in Arlington. Arlington. Arlington. Other Other Other locations locations locations include include include North North North Richland Richland Richland Hills, Hills, Hills, South South South Dallas, Dallas, Dallas, Baltz Baltz Baltz Springs, Springs, Springs, Cock, Cock, Crow, Crow, Hill, Hill, Hutchins Hutchins and and Frisco. Frisco.
Stocks Mostly Finish Lower Amid Fresh Covid-19 Travel Restrictions
"Stocks closed mostly lower on new concerns about covert 19. The Dow closed up 37 points, but the S and P 500 fell. 14 and the NASDAQ gave up. 13. Investors are worried about new travel restrictions in the UK because of a new variant of Corona virus, which has been shown to spread more quickly. Ah growing number of countries they're suspending travel from the U. K in France has banned most trucks and Britain for 48 hours while this new variant is
First Shipments of COVID-19 Vaccine Expected to arrive in Florida
"Are on their way to Florida. Florida. All All the the stuff stuff is is in in shipment, shipment, and and our our goal goal is is to to be be able able to to get get it it out out for for folks folks who who were were able able to, to, um, um, to to help help the the people people that that they they can't can't governor governor run run to to Santa Santa says says A A half half a a million million doses of the Corona virus vaccine will arrive in the next 48 hours and will be shared with hospitals across the state. Florida reported an additional 11,015 cases of covert 19. Today, there have been more than 1.2 million confirmed Corona virus infections since the start of the pandemic. Three men are facing charges in the murder of a
European Medicines Agency authorizes Pfizer vaccine for use in the EU
"The Fizer vaccine has been given the green light for use in the U by scientist All right. This is a panel they still need to get the official government rubber stamp, but it looks like a go And it comes weeks after Britain and the U. S. Gave it. Emergency use authorization. This is Margie Agnes Hein with the European Medicines Agency today, our human medicines Committee, the CH empty Recommended the conditional marketing authorization for the first Corbett 19 vaccine for the EU market. This is a significant milestone in the fight against the pandemic. Trucks are waiting to get out of England and they're backing up for miles. People are stranded at airports. Many nations have imposed travel restrictions on the UK, and it comes over concerns about that new strain of the virus that apparently spreads more easily than others. It doesn't mean it's more gelateria. Harmful. It just means it spreads pretty easily. Ah growing number of countries air halting air travel now from the UK, while France has banned trucks from the country for 48 hours minimum while they look at this new variant this new mutation of the virus and keep in mind viruses mutate all the time. British health officials say the strain is out of control around London and southeastern England. It's not clear again yet if it's more dangerous, it just is able to spread
On Brexit and Coronavirus, Boris Johnson Leaves It Late
"Johnson, called an emergency meeting this morning. A variant of the corona virus is spreading in the UK and scientists say it could be much more infectious. In the original. Other European countries, including France, Ireland and Italy, have now banned travel to and from the UK and here's Matt Handcock, Britain's health secretary, Talking in the B B C yesterday. The new variant is out of control when we need to bring it under control, and this news about the new variant has been a Um, incredibly difficult. And, frankly, in awful year, NPR's Frank Langfitt is just outside of London. Hey, Frank. Hey. Good morning, Doyle. So you have a travel ban. You have a lockdown in some parts of the UK It is sounding a lot like March and April with respect to isolation. It does. It feels very much more isolated than it did even just a few days ago here on the island of Great Britain. Now France has gone further and say no trucks coming from Britain across the English Channel on fairies. The Euro tunnel, which runs under the channel is also closed. This seems to be a precautionary measure for about 48 hours. There's a lot of concern now around the Christmas season. We've already seen backups at the port of Dover, 20. Miles long. And what's been happening is people are trying to get freight across the channel before the deadline for the Brexit transition period, which is going to end on New Year's Eve. Right now we have truckers stranded on both sides of the water and the on Lee. Good news, I'd say is that shipping containers, which are the majority of trade, they're still moving, because, of course, they're not people driving the shipping containers. Okay, let's establish something that scientists say often, which is that to say often, which is that viruses do mutate. We expect them to why our government scientists in the U. K so concerned about this particular mutation. I think a couple of reasons. One is that it quickly became the dominant version in this part of England, where I am out in London and beyond. And that's not a big problem. We saw that with the Spanish virus, not over the summer when people tourist brought it back from Spain, the problem and and in London, for instance, right now, this new Varian about over 60% of the virus is found. In London. The problem is that this domination is coinciding with exponential growth of the virus in these areas. Scientists now believe it could be up to 70% more infectious than the various mutations that are floating around this country. And that's why I think you're seeing the dramatic response of these European neighbors. And, of course, the lockdown that we have here in London. One important good news so far is there's no sign that this mutation Has more severe symptoms or or is more deadly. Okay, That's some good news. What about scientists outside of Britain? Are they expressing concern about this? They are the ones that I've talked to particularly last 24 hours, vaccine expert and epidemiologist. They don't like the data they're seeing either. This is Emma Hot Cross. She's an epidemiologist who studies coronavirus mutations of the University of Baron in Switzerland. This is what she said this morning. I do think that it's concerning And I don't say that very lightly. Certainly, as evidence has gathered with this new variant, it does seem like there might be an increased transmissibility. And so I do think we need to start being quite cautious about what we're doing about it. And as you said earlier, Frank, the timing here is really messy because Britain still hasn't been able to strike a free trade deal with the European Union. Time runs out on New Year's Eve. This can't make anything easier, Can it No, It just makes things even worse, And I don't think people would have even imagined that this was likely to happen. There's the great risk. If there's no deal on free trade, there's no free trade deal. We see customs and tariffs going up in Dover. Right now. Trucks aren't even crossing the English Channel. So it could be even more disruptive than what we imagined would do a lot more economic damage on both sides of the channel. NPR's Frank Langfitt. Thanks, Frank, great to talk to him. The
Much Of UK Sees New Lockdown As New Coronavirus Variant Spreads Quickly
"Says it will suspend all travel to and from Britain after London and parts of southeast England were put under lockdown due to the rapid spread of a new strain of the Corona virus. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports. Francis is just the latest country to take action. Several countries are restricting travel after British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said an infectious mutation of the covert 19 viruses circulating in the United Kingdom following an emergency Defense Council meeting. On Sunday afternoon, The French government announced that all rail and air travel to and from Britain will be suspended Sunday at midnight for at least 48 hours or until the EU makes a blanket decision. Johnson abruptly reversed earlier promises to allow the British people to circulate more freely and enjoy Christmas. The Dutch Health Ministry said in a statement that the strain spreads more easily and faster and is more difficult to detect.
Congress 'close' to a deal on COVID-19 relief bill
"Dive into something that I think that's been on quite a few on their mind. And that's that's this cove in 19 relief bill at this point that a second stimulus I know our small businesses, especially are hoping for some good here. Where we at right now, because I know as of yesterday they were closing in on this $900 billion economic relief package. Any chance that we could see this happen to wrap up in the next 48 hours? Mark? Yeah, I think there's a really good chance. I think this is closer than it. Certainly it's been since we had the first stimulus back in the spring. On day. I think we're going to see something here. Real quickly. Leadership from both parties have stepped forward. They both made a public commitment. You know, Mitch McConnell said that we're not leaving Washington until we get something finished. So I think given those words, I think you will see a package of some kind pass here pretty soon. We also have a funding issue. The federal government where it runs out of funding tomorrow night. They have to sort of deal of these things together to some extent, and so I think that the little bit of pressure on it as well. So I think it's very likely. We're gonna see something. Does that come first funding the government like they did last week? They wanted to get that out of the way. And then the covert 19. Really, Phil? What? How does that work? It doesn't necessarily have to come first, and they don't necessarily have to be connected in terms of bills. But right now they're just operating under some spending pressure, and they have some necessity to get something done. So there's an environment right now where they're willing to negotiate and talk. That hasn't been the case, obviously, for the past six or seven months, which is really frustrating to me. It's really frustrating your listeners. Yeah, but now they seem to be at the right moment where they're gonna actually get something done. I wish this was in April, Mayor Jim Frankly, but I suppose better late than never, Right. No kidding. Marc Caleb Smith, professor of political science at Cedarville University with us this morning a news radio 6 10 W. T V and mark if we could go specifically, they're talking direct payments, perhaps $600 to most Americans 300 per week bonus federal unemployment. It's a little different from the first package that we had over the summer little bit different. It looks like the stimulus checks to be about half the size that they were. Before, if it if it stays it is, you know, I know there's a push from different parts of both parties to make those more like the $1200 payments we saw earlier in the spring. It's interesting. The progressives you're led by people like AOC and the Conservatives, led by people like Senator Holly are both gonna pushing in different ways to get those stimulus check full that higher. Yeah, I think that's gonna happen. It looks like, um, an increased pool of funds for small businesses is going to be made available. And so I think you know, it isn't gonna be perfect. But I think that it will have some positive effects. You and Mark. I was surprised to see that thesixties rid dollar direct payment while yes, I realize it's not $1200. It was endorsed by the president. And also Senator Bernie Sanders, like talk about to Boulder opposites, no questions and, you know, it's interesting. We don't see a lot of compromise in Washington D C these days. It looks like they're willing to compromise on this, which is positive. I just wish it had been sort of put in the frame before the election to place. You know the election to seem to crowd out all these issues, and that's really unfortunate, um, that this wasn't dealt with earlier, but, yeah, they are working together and any that's positive.
George Clooney reacts to Tom Cruise rant: 'I understand why he did it'
"Who's your D bag today? Colleen? His name is Jorge Clooney or E George, including Jorge Clooney. His name is George Clooney. Ah, horny. Why is Mr Clooney your d bag to day because he has inserted himself into the Tom cruise yelling at his staff. Story. Which, by the way, I don't know why I call it his staff because it's not technically his staff. It is the production crew on the movie upon which he is Working and is the star of But they're not employed by him. I understand that. That's a complicated thing to say. But it doesn't matter. Here's the deal. Okay. Bring everybody up to speed. Bradley. What happened on the set of mission impossible with Homos cruise. So Tom Cruise? Um Yelled and berated. Uh, Crew members from the set of Mission. Impossible Mission. Impossible. 300. I don't know what number do I think it's like Thunder 27. That rant was recorded. Um, And in the rant, he not only berates the employees individually and uses strong language. He's verbally abusive essentially to these people that apparently happened more than once. But the Recording of that went viral. Which led to everybody doing the thing that they do, which is have opinions about it. And it's Tom Cruise, and he is a complicated individual, controversial for one very specific reason Church of Scientology and that has created sort of a firestorm of a new story for the last 48 hours. So, um George Clooney was a guest on Howard Stern on Wednesday and he was asked about this episode. Um And George Clooney. I don't know. I feel like there would have been well, doesn't matter. Here's what he said. I'm not going to judge what he should have done. I would have done something different doesn't matter. Here's what George Clooney DiDio. Quote. He didn't overreact because it was a problem. I have a friend who's an A D on another TV show who had just this almost the exact same thing happened with not quite as far out a response. I wouldn't have done it that big. This is George Clooney talking I wouldn't have, you know, pulled people out. You're in a position of power. It's tricky, right? You do ever responsibility for everyone else, and he's absolutely right about that. And you know if the production goes down, a lot of people lose their jobs, people have to understand that and have to be responsible. It's just not my style to, you know, take everyone to task that way. So
Fort Lauderdale Airport Begins Offering COVID Tests to Travelers
"Is offering covert tests to travelers to test types are available by an online appointment system. A rapid auntie gin test that gives results in 30 minutes and a PCR or saliva swab test with results within 48 hours to make sure that they're safe and they feel safe when they come to the airport. Also because of destination requirements. We feel that this is a much needed amenity, Salinas Asado, the assistant director of aviation at the Broward County Aviation Department, tells NBC six. The testing is from 7 A.m. to 9 P.m. daily. Florida is
"48 hours" Discussed on CNN Political Briefing
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"48 hours" Discussed on CNN Political Briefing
"Ease their a deal in the making between. Pelosi. The White House and Senate Republicans an update on the stimulus and finally those bonkers early voting numbers in the key battleground, of Florida. In. No Political Laboratory. Would you design a closing message for the president of the United States who is currently losing his reelection effort to former vice president Joe, Biden, to come through with a message that is about dismissing the corona virus and calling Dr Anthony Fauci the most trusted individual in America on the coronavirus. As the quote disaster, there's just not a political professional who would ever. SAY HERE MR president. This is what you should be doing a near final fifteen days of the campaign. Here's your message, but that is precisely would donald trump was saying today on a campaign conference call our. CNN. Colleague Caitlin Collins was reporting on this call to campaign staff. President. Trump, said that Dr Fauci is a quote disaster and that he's been around for quote five hundred years. She's a nice guy. He's been here for five hundred years. A disaster because this guy is getting if I listened to him, we have five hundred thousand. Donald trump anticipated that there would be reporters on the calls. He said if there's a reporter on, you can have it just the way I said it I couldn't care less it is this approach to the pandemic this dismissing of it the dismissing of the science and the personal insults to professionals like Dr Couch who are leading the charge against it for the United States. This is what is causing donald trump to lose the election right now. This is why his next fifteen days is about trying to up end the way things are right now and yet he's quadrupling down on it on this call to campaign staff. It is mind boggling and it is really alarming for Republicans who are on the ballot with him, which is why we are starting to see some Republicans making some distance between them in president trump you saw Ben Sasse, the Republican senator from Nebraska, makes some recent comments on this John Cornyn, he used to be the number two Republican in the United States Senate he's on the ballot for re-election right now and Cornyn recently said in an editorial board meeting in Texas that he sort of approached the whole trump. Disagreement in public thing the way that a woman may think about getting married and that she's going to be able to change your husband. It was very awkward wording and then he went on to say that in his experience, there have been times that he disagreed with the president but he chose to make those disagreements known in private not in public because when you try to make them in public, it doesn't go. So well, Donald Trump is who he is isn't to change now. Cornyn is saying that not because he wants to keep those disagreements private he sang it because he wants it known publicly now fifteen days before the election where he's on the ballot, he has disagreed with trump. and. So these signals from Republicans are all because of what you heard from Donald Trump, this morning on that call the campaign staff. He's not focused on the economic rebound on the country's recovery from pandemic. That's not where Donald Trump's messages right now despite pleading from Republicans that it'd be there. So this is something to watch for the next two weeks. He's got one more debate and he's got two weeks of rallies to go through here. If this is how he's closing out his argument for reelection, it's hard to see how he turns things around. Now. Here's what else matters today Nancy Pelosi set a deadline negotiations for an additional stimulus measure before the election she says, it has to be wrapped up and decided upon agreed to in the next day by the end of the day Tuesday tomorrow if it is to have a chance of passing through Congress, getting the president's signature all before election day now she said she's optimistic in a letter to her democratic colleagues in the House but. Nancy Pelosi is optimistic about a lot of things. It doesn't necessarily mean a deal the end will come. Why does cheap staff Mark Meadows? He also expressed a touch of optimism I think the secretary and I have have.
"48 hours" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King
"This. Next clip is more testimony from ambassador. Gordon Sunlen. US Ambassador to the European Union and and he is being questioned by Daniel Goldman whilst talked about. Yesterday is the Democratic Council. He is the attorney there for the the Democrats in the house. Brilliant highly skilled whip smart guy and he asked Gordon silent a question question about the investigation. And I'm going to break this down. The trump administration was offering. What I thought was for them? I don't believe it but I thought it was a smart legal defense. They were saying. Hey I okay. I know is preposterous. But just just go with me for a second they were saying. Hey when Donald Trump was was calling for investigations into the Biden family in Ukraine It was just a part of Donald Trump's deep desire to root out corruption and he just wanted to make sure that he wasn't giving money to anybody or to a nation that had corruption and it's bogus I know but what they're trying to do as muddy the water to say. Hey the president of the United States has the ability and his right to call out corruption in his right to one. It investigate it but here here we learn something I think is I think it was the the Hidden Jim. One of the most underrated moments of the day yesterday. Where Gordon Silent says actually actually Donald trump didn't really care rudy? Giuliani really didn't care. If they actually investigated Hunter Biden or Joe Oh Biden or a Barista the company one hundred and was working for. They didn't actually want it to be investigated they just wanted there to be a damaging public announcement there would be an investigation. They weren't interested in corruption. Of course they weren't it's Donald Trump potentially the most corrupt president in all of American history. WanNa play this. Short clip is just a minute. Long from Gordon. Sunland where he breaks it down. Trump wasn't actually interested in corruption. In here we go well they would have to announce that they were going to do it right because they because Giuliani president. Trump didn't actually tear if they did them right. I never heard Mr Goldman. Anyone say that the investigations had to start or had to be completed. The only thing I heard from Mr Giuliani Liane or otherwise was that they had to be announced in some form and that form kept changing announced publicly announced publicly and you of course recognized that there would be political benefits benefits to a public announcement as opposed to a private confirmation right well. The way it was expressed to me was that the Ukrainians had a long history of committing to things privately privately and then never following through. So president trump presumably again communicated through. Mr Giuliani wanted the Ukrainians on record publicly that they were going to do these investigations. That's the reason that was given to me but you never heard anyone say that. They really wanted them to do the investigations it just. I didn't hear either way. I want to play one final clip for you. This is from David. Holmes another part of the Ambassador Corps that was working for Donald Trump. This is a guy who had been in the State Department for very long time. Here David. Holmes also makes clear clear that it is a quid pro quo. Now we're dealing with. I've lost count but I think we may be up to nine different trump staffers who all said there was a quid. Pro Quo here David. Holmes makes it clear he says quote it was made clear that a Barista Biden investigation was a precondition for an Oval Office visit. I'm GonNa play the clip and then break it down okay. Here's a clue. Within a week or two. It became apparent that the energy sector reforms the commercial deals and the anticorruption efforts. I'm which we were making in progress. We're not making dent in terms of persuading the White House to schedule. A meeting between the presidents on June twenty-seventh Master silent hold embassador Taylor and a phone phone conversation. The gist of which are Taylor shared with me. At the time the presence Alinsky needed to make clear to president trump that presents alinsky was not standing in the way of quote investigations investigations. I understood that that this man. The Biden Bereavement Investigations. That Mr Giuliani is associates. have been speaking about in the media since March march while ambassador Taylor did not brief me on every detail of his communications with three goes. He did tell me that. On June twenty eighth call with presidents Alinsky Basser Taylor and three Amigos it was made clear that some action on Barista Biden investigation was a precondition for an Oval Office. visit bring it down. What we have here is clear testimony under the the threat of perjury in the penalty of perjury? And the time that you can do there in mind you. Multiple trump appointees and trump friends are currently in prison as we speak for perjury and lying under oath here we have David Home. Say yes absolutely. Lee was made clear to me that this is a little different. Not that the foreign aid would not be released. But that Donald Trump was not even going to allow the president of Ukraine was not even allow him to visit the Oval Office until he literally got on the microphone and said that he was investigating the Biden's all of that again is clear evidence of quid pro quo which is not only corrupt. It it is. It is undeniably impeachable and to for someone to be impeach. You have to have official axe anytime anytime anything. Any of these decisions are made by an American President or by an appointee. Each decision is an official act. And so we you not only have what essences is bribery but corruption at the highest level and the Democrats just chose does this one narrow strand of the trump presidency they could have cast an enormously wide net and dealt with every every single issue of the trump presidency. But they just found in this one little area just dealing with holding back of the foreign aid trying to basically blackmail a foreign government into announcing a fake Investigation into a political rival that we see trump has abused his powers and my best sincere guests is that these impeachment hearings will wind down in a few days and that some time after the holiday that we call Thanksgiving some time between Thanksgiving and Christmas that Donald Trump will be impeached by the house. Uh the break the Berkeley everybody. I've got to run. I have a meeting to rush off to but thank you so much with tuning in this episode of the breakdown. Thank you so much for subscribing. We now have nearly one hundred thousand subscribers to this podcast. If you have not yet subscribed please subscribe on Apple podcast or spotify. Whatever podcast APP love to us? Please please please leave your best review. I say this often but I love to go there and read the reviews anytime I'm discouraged. 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"48 hours" Discussed on About to Review
"Again. It felt mature compared to a lot of the movies like this from the eighties early nineties or it would find a way to be like nick pervy and weird and this was not so yeah. I definitely wanted to just throw it out there for last part about good boys <hes> move at the last feature review of this episode. This film was also in theaters just out in theaters. Actually this is ready or or not which is directed by met better leany open and tyler gillett starring samara weaving adam brody mark o'brien <hes> andie macdowell nikki dean god donnie. I probably put that yet. This film is i'm just gonna read this. Not it is one sentence and it gets right to a bride's wedding night. Take a sinister turn when her eccentric new inlaws force her to take part in a terrifying <music> game. If you have seen the trailers for this moving you get the gist of it but yeah basically samara weavings character <hes> grace grace she marries you know one of the young sons or not one of the young one of the sons of this. I mean maybe not billionaire but multimillionaire. I millionaire game family and on the wedding night. She has to draw hard the game she draws. Hide-and-seek didn't seek then pretty much. She has to hide from them intel dawn as they try and essentially kill her so rich people acting crazy for ninety minutes is pretty much the perfect length for a film like this a horror movie movie which this is like this is a different type of horror movie like this is a horror comedy but definitely still a horror movie and a lot of different ways. This is ninety five minutes. That is all you need for a movie like this. Keep it tight. Keep it short focus on the absolute badness in one location. Which is this gigantic house there you go. I do wish that they had layered. Some are weavings character a little bit better there was there was one plot point in this movie right. Turn to the person that i was sitting next to within the first few minutes minute and i suggested an idea of something that i thought might happen in the movie and did not go there which is okay but some of the characters did feel released surface level. We get a lot of interactions between all of them which is great and this movie is very funny like surprisingly prizing funny on. I am db. This is listed as horror mystery thriller. That should be horror comedy thriller. You're like the mystery angle i. I guess i mean yes. It is kind of mystery as she's trying to figure out why this family is so crazy and what they're doing in what they have been doing and what they plan on doing but this movie is legitimately funny like laugh out loud funny in the right parts. It is not like some horror movies where you're laughing out of. Maybe a sense of kind of shake off the fear or because it is so ridiculous..
"48 hours" Discussed on About to Review
"Blinded by the light good boys and ready or not as well as finally getting my recap of the twenty nineteen eighteen seattle forty eight hour film project which happened a couple of weeks ago and as you noticed with the recent episodes that i have released i i'm now kind of getting back into the swing of things and catching up on everything so everything is good and i'm just kind of moving forward with things and back back on track so the forty film project actually happened like last week or so but just getting to right now so that will all be on on this episode about trivia podcast but before we get into that we'll go to the original theme song created by damon randall of ill-mannered media. Let's go to the lobby. Let's all go to the lobby that law a <music> the tax as opposed to stacking a bunch of geek news to catch up on things on this episode. I'm actually just going to go right into the movie reviews because yeah there are just a couple of movies coming out so i wanted to kinda <hes> breezed through this especially after the deluge of multiple episodes that i dropped in a short period of time that were all like two hours. There's each so going to keep this one. <hes> pretty brief so the first movie on the docket is angel has fallen directed by rick roman ullman wa starring.
"48 hours" Discussed on Personal Best
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"48 hours" Discussed on Personal Best
"Well isis william yeah it is william this is andrew norton we met last night and promote the cbc show personal got yeah how're you doing i'm good thanks very good i don't suppose you still wanna be on her show there okay in your problem is procrastination right yes perfect in writing papers a yeah like really just getting started on writing anything at all i think we could hope that all right so we russia will over the cbc okay what do we need to know about we'll we'll is a journalism students he's in his first year classes he procrastinates when it comes to writing and this comes from the high expectations he puts himself i wanna be the best writer that i can and sometimes i feel like i'm not i won't do it at all it'd be cool to kind of be able like motivate myself earlier than having my feet to the fire in the form of like a deadline of something and even though he's in his first year this is his second try university so figuring this stuff out kinda matters like i've i've seen what happens already you know i've been through one cycle of going to university not doing very well and working in retail jobs for two years so i i've managed somehow to get myself into a journalism program but i really care about and i don't particularly want a repeat that cycle again sounds like a daunting task is a daunting task i would say is starting.
"48 hours" Discussed on Personal Best
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"48 hours" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Had 48 hours super bowl fifty tube patriots will tangle with the eagles said friday morning on goal it can wind go hiking prided kyle rudolf talked about how the philadelphia defense might just be the right style to harass tom brady for them at all starts of fun you know i've got a great passrushing know you look at the times don has struggled in super bowls in its it's been from our great pass rush and and specifically agreed interior rush you know if you get ends that get up the field ansari donald move around in and help base yup you know you look at the guys on the back and mount them obviously will play a huge role in and and guarding garang most of the game in my opinion and it'll that'll be a fun match other me as a tight end obviously just going against them two weeks ago to to watch this new civil refund file rudolf on garlic in wing of friday morning in the nba friday night six sixers knocked off the he won all three ninety seven ben simmons had wanting the bucks got jabbari parker back don't let it but they got a plukett was one second pick open yana sanchetacumbo tip beat the knicks ninety two ninety anthony davis dead forty three leading the pelicans old the thunder 114 one hundred russell westbrook at a tripledouble in the loss the lakers knocked off the nets 102 ninety nine ecology fall rhode island now with a fourteen game winning streak ranked twenty seconds in the country the rams knocked off ecu eighty one sixty eight in the nhl penguins over the cavs 74 have johnny mouth with malkin until castle each with two goals for the penguins to the wild knock off the vegas fold a night by.
"48 hours" Discussed on About to Review
"Professionalism which is not even a knock that just i mean some people have better access to equipment than other people who cares deeply we now live in the age rican is creates something you can get under glazer's rent a camera dino and just do that or shoot it all on your iphone there are definitely a couple scenes in some films word that it some pickup shots that were definitely on an iphone a which is fine you know totally von we are the took the ruined who come rubel it i mean he know without three hours left so yeah just go for it and keep producing these uh and like i said before if you need somebody to possibly get shot an ahead uh dr anne is available i am of uh he you can find him uh somewhere we can cut the other demo reel so what we are what are your thoughts on this and it is your first experience with it as well as i said notes i like the the regular 48 hours film festival better got i have my concerns as as i mentioned about going in watching a bunch of horror films so pleasantly pull you know satisfied the i can sleep at night excellent goals that are reps it up for these had a 48hour horror film project thank you so so much to kirk northern straem again our thoughts are with you and your family at they're going through a tough time right now at losing a family member so yeah thoughts are with you.
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"Shadow dancer by red faunal filmed on uh i loved loved this movie it was like i mean you you just talked about it it was absolutely visually compelling but not only that doing a short film a sixminute film and 48 hours is tough doing a short film six minutes short film and 48 hours with minimal dialogue and still having a compelling emotional story is even harder so that right there was incredible the story was unique uh uh i mean i spoke to benjamin hilton you heard it a little bit earlier but an all native cast and crew telling a native story in a visual form with minimal dialogue with tremendous music it just it really blew me away and unfortunately the native american meet those and mythology that is they're never really gets explored in media so if this is your only chance to see films like this to talk about it go for it i mean in general native american films are just not made that much and watch that much which is a shame i mean we have smoked signals there is one from this year a neither dog nor aura leather wolf nor dog uh when i favorites of course being billy jack from back in the day uh of of billy jack movies in her so it it just i mean yet the native american experience is something that needs to be shown more in films this i mean this film was incredible i plan on watching it many more times and definitely sharing with one of my friends who are in underserved groups because they're like look somebody actually made a thing that we can relate to.
"48 hours" Discussed on About to Review
"Show maybe just one for cinematography cause okay i mean he just to give a may and editing as well i think john i mean definitely mentioned about pay this is forty eight hours go from zero to hero in forty 48 hours this which is just i mean is just astounding and i mean every time i go to one of these i still marvel mum me vote that you can do get all this stuff and create a movie that somebody is actually going to enjoy and they're not going to be sitting go that was a terrible you know the sound was new levels are completely different now all the lighting is completely different although the you know the continuity so i i would have to say the although i was not super fond of the the story in shadow dance up the cinematography mmhmm and the film editing and it was was fantastic it was great i mean serve the the lighting was just solid throughout the whole thing i just i don't wanna say come on site it looks some choice sure julia look sumptious i mean it was just the it was that well shots are big props to the team that created shouted also because they create something which looked fantastic okay can i give my number one joe went up okay so dear listeners if you're listening five minutes ago when i wagered dodge randy he was confident and sure the cookies with claire would be in my top three i only have one spot left some him oh my number one film for these seattle 48 hour horror film project is.
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"Exactly yeah exactly their lives i mean sort of who doesn't love vomit basically those yes i'm ago you want shit what's it because it was it was and these guys won the best on sample award which i don't know i mean so there there was a number of on symbols which i thought were were quite effective these these were these a pretty darn good a slight i mean in different levels of uh believability and scale and stuff but yeah i'm not going to not the fact that they got the best ensemble what i what i liked also about this ensemble is when you have these constraints both with time genre dialogue all of those things choosing one shooting location is genius even though i mean where they were in like the baseman of was a lighthouse bahror his bar uh something like that that i mean into the it is a tough shooting situation absolutely from a technical standpoint but the fact that you only have to worry about one place yeah you don't have to reset you don't have to worry about lights you don't have to worry about the weather because i i was was moving in a couple of movies that we saw the clearly at some point in time in this 48 hours there was a scaled down dour down but there's other times when it was it was quite nice oh there's definitely a little continuity issue with a couple of movies where it was pouring down with rain and then suddenly it wasn't ovalles all so i'm not the only one to notices thing well that's different from a dead person popping up komo fair enough we had i did like with the on some won't boiler room folks on one room yep and it it it was kind of the old school whodunnit type of thing of the lights go out on hebron's noises lights kiac on somebody is dead yeah and that's an i mean sort of it's it's so being played so much that the whole thing just hasn't element if human econ held movement it be a bit funny orbit tongueincheek because they actually okay and then the third one of my amusement catherine was.
"48 hours" Discussed on About to Review
"I think john pointed out fun thing at the end of the small goof we think in the that somebody who is supposed to be dead may be showed up in the back all seattle low in the background so at all and also in all fairness these folks have 48 hours yet i get it the hard part with me call it that background script supervisor part of my brain i always wondered whether it is a tv show a movie if something you know switches from seemed to seen someone is eating piece of toast accussed the next character goes back then they have a croissants in their hands i have a hard time not seeing those and syria and this film it was great i really it was really enjoying it and of one seen were there in a kitchen it pans and your see the rest the crew the camera person just tilted an extra like twenty degrees to the right and you see the person who had just been killed in less than just gonna sitting at the bar like watching the scene as is happening this is all i mean so i mean not that easy productions folks if you're not in the scene you go to stay out of the shot and cinematographers i attention so he's alive and whose day let it in another like rule of thumb if you have been killed in a scene notice where the camera is and stand behind the camera behind here because the cameras have a wild wide field of you so do not try the sides just go directly behind you can still what's the scene and watch everything what your friends briere that was just something i mean i hated to notice it but.
"48 hours" Discussed on About to Review
"No figure out what things you are good at doing and take it from there so one of the things that andy was really good at in his film career how many times have you been killed in movies you have done i at least three possibly for its none blow when you the headshots multiple engine mess mess with the brain after awhile i just i want to see your demo we should cut a new demo reel for you or does all the time that you are the been shot in the head or bludgeoned in the head it's so over i say i i just people see me and then we'll to kill me as a limit for it so for local directors and you know creators filmmakers if you're looking for someone who is really good now uh i could do at dying on film there you go i need work so all right so now that we can i talked about the generalities of the sat all seattle forty eight hour horror film project again huge kudos to everybody involved we talk about it every time it lows me away what people are able to do in forty eight hours not just in the 48hour timeframe but all these films the character this year they had to include hohns or hannah bridgeport who was a nurse the prop was a clothes pin the line of dialogue was that's two spicy for me so not only are making a felon 48 hours but with those constrained andrew the mystery genre that you have to pull for it for our english listeners or.
"48 hours" Discussed on About to Review
"The meal illnesses that when you don't have a cure for you bring into spiritual to try and fix and it's point directly from kind of like our various histories and believes that we have no scandal inspiration and everything from their honestly we started filming only a few hours after we got everything alarmed left and laurent laurent and isaac both worked on this idea in their heads and we them really put anything the paper um laurent being such a great camera operators he has some tarver he had the shots in his head so a lot of what you see on screen we never really road anything down he does in his head can knew what he wanted to get done and we're able to set up and block at all for him um and everything kind of story wise because there wasn't much dialogue it was much easier to work it out the actual language in dialect that our lead actor uh messameh must be a house actually true native american language in his native tongue and so i was even trying to be as a sense we're trying to be as authentic as we could as it's kind of a thing in hollywood now it's we're trying to break through the stereotypes of these are what is are absolutely trying to break into the this is how they actually are portrayed trained me is i think as we can because it's like i said four comes from our heritage and comes from where we are history so we're trying to be as true to that and is respectful as we can part of that is true to life things the language in dialect um the spirituality all of that awesome now where can people will find our guest going to be releasing the short on a website or have you already so we haven't yet we'll be opening it up on our website will be having a website for it would be most likely it'll be shelled answercom we have we did was another couple or 48 hours as well and each one of those we have a um why our producer in our director right now aren't here for the screening is because they are in new york showing up a new.
"48 hours" Discussed on About to Review
"I did at directing for stage and screen course for a year at the university of washington and met some of the people that i ended up doing an advanced course at free whole theatre uh in 2013 i believe or 2014 one of those two years and that's where i met kirk actually open and it was an advance directing course where we did a hardcore intensive uh learning how to direct and work with the crew and create short films and right and things like that so i sort of had a crash course between those two educations to sort of delve myself into the film industry because my background had been theater cents for like 17 years and i done interactive improvisational theater so what i did find was that my experience in improved theater and just improvisation in general turned out to be huge asset as a director and hasn't producer had been producing for a long time but aid and ended up directing these people will be like oh you should distract nikolic okay and then all of a sudden i realize ever directing more than i was producing so why not fair modulation and you know go for it and that's kind of when i started getting involved in the seattle film community and meeting all these people on it's just sort of um you know gone from there and of making contacts and you know i feel like i'm my experience in producing has led me to just recently the summer i actually directed a short film for the la 48 hours film festival whoa so that was kind of something i got roped into firm with a team that was trying to film in seattle but uh you know submit to la we had a half la crew half seattle crews so.