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Fresh update on "abc" discussed on Mark Levin
"That definitely needs to be fixed. Times I'm like walking around the city and I always see the rights everywhere. The city hall add for rat director is asking candidates have a bachelor's degree and a swashbuckling attitude with crafty humor and a general aura of badassery, Noah, late in W ABC News. New Jersey officials investigating after a truck with anti Muslim messaging spotted across the state at least two incidents reported Saturday when the truck circled the Muslim center of Middlesex county in piscataway drawing the mayor's attention. It appears now that old world hatred and animosity is sectarian hatred has now filtered in to the new world, meaning to the United States, the truck was also seen at north Brunswick, Islamic center and possibly in Edison, the truck carries a digital billboard, which shows images of the 2008 attacks in Mumbai, India, Islam, advocates asking mosques to review footage to see if there is any evidence that could help investigators. Governor hulk says major cities are far surpassing New York City when it comes to housing. She says cities like Seattle and Washington are developing housing units at a rate two to four times higher than New York. Jobs are plentiful, but where are the workers supposed to live? And it's not just major cities with huckel saying suburbs and New Jersey are investing in housing at far higher rates than Long Island and Westchester, the governor plans to address the issue in the new year. TMZ reporting tonight, TJ Holmes and Amy roback, co anchors of GMA three will not be disciplined over their romantic relationship network sources telling TMZ Amy and TJ did nothing to warrant. Punishment. They are two consenting adults on equal levels in the company and have a right to date who they want. Both anchors were co hosting GMA three today. Meantime, the post reporting rollback is getting a divorce from her husband. WWC news time is coming up on 7 O three sports and your full weather forecast coming up next. Listen
Fresh update on "abc" discussed on CoinMarketRecap: Daily Crypto News
"That bank account and I mean, everything that I had all the loans I had were those are all things I was reinvesting in the businesses that I'd put everything I had in to FTX. And SPF rejected allegations of drug fueled parties taking place at his penthouse in The Bahamas. I had my first step of alcohol after my 21st birthday. And I have maybe half a glass of alcohol a year, roughly speaking, there were no wild parties here when we had parties we'd play board games. And 20% of people would have three quarters of a theory or something like that. And the rest of us would not drink anything. I see any legal drug use around me at the office at these parties. And NYC praiser, I mean, having people over for dinner is what that meant. The embattled SPF founder was appearing at the DealBook summit via video link, and it isn't the only interview he's giving this week. George Stephanopoulos from ABC's Good Morning America flew to The Bahamas for a sit down interview with the embattled entrepreneur, and this trailer has been released. I can't imagine what it feels like to go from $20 billion to a $100,000. Yeah. How did he go from crypto hero to crypto supervillain? Today, a lot of people look at you and see Bernie Madoff. We'll bring you more on that in Friday's coin market recap podcast. Before we go some other news and cracking is slashing its workforce by 30%, the exchange says it's cutting 1100 staff members and rolling its headcount back to where it was a year ago. CEO Jesse Powell said kraken is suffering from significantly lower trading volumes and fewer client sign ups. And in a nod to FTX, he warned recent industry woes have diminished optimism of a crypto rebound happening any time soon. It's a painful U turn for kraken as recently as June it had said it was planning to hire 500 employees despite the crypto winter. That Bragg came after coinbase had announced it was slashing its workforce by 18% because it had grown too quickly. That's it for today's coin market recap. Please do
Fresh update on "abc" discussed on Bloomberg Markets
"His pierce is the national president of the brotherhood of locomotive engineers and trainmen and tells ABC News it was unavoidable. The challenge there is the impact of the supply chain is fragile as it is coming out of the pandemic and that's why I'm convinced that Congress felt the obligation to step in because of how critical rail shipments are to the supply chain. The Senate takes up both bills, possibly as early as this week. Mystery still surrounding the missing billions at bankrupt crypto exchange FTX after founder Sam bankman fried denied trying to perpetrate a fraud, but admitted to grievous managerial errors. Whatever happened why, where it happened, I had a duty at a duty to all of our stakeholders to our customers, our creditors, how did you reach our employees who were investors? And to the regulators of the world, clearly I didn't do a good job of that. The comments were the latest by bankman freed from a series of interviews that disavow any improper action he was participating at The New York Times DealBook summit. On Capitol Hill, Republicans want to break the decade old tradition of parody in defense and domestic funding increases, as lawmakers negotiate a fiscal 2023 spending deal. They want to boost military funds significantly more than social spending. And in the World Cup Croatia versus Belgium still underway still no score Morocco ahead of Canada to nil global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg. Quick take, I'm
Fresh update on "abc" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance
"Independence, stop the inflationary spending, and let's protect our men and women who serve our nation both, whether it's at the border or in our cities. The congresswoman, thanks for your time today. We appreciate it down in Washington. Nicole malliotakis there. Went again to some of the big issues. We want to keep it on foreign policy just briefly, Tom. Just hearing from the French president Emmanuel Macron, speaking to ABC, out of this big get together over the next couple of days with the president of the United States. He's saying the inflation reduction act lacks a level playing field that the so called IRA has not been properly coordinated with Europe, but Tom this is something we've been talking about over the last several weeks. It's just a little bit of rubbing tension here between the Europeans and this administration over this issue. And you see it on Brexit as well where it was going to be a pax Britannica and they were going to expand out as well. They're running into trade realities and you see how that goes forward and one thing I would say, John, is in the next year, we have to redefine post pandemic with the new globalization is and what the new transatlantic is. Can't I feel like this story either Tom? Macron says that mask ending moderation on Twitter is quote a big issue. For Europeans and I guess that content moderation might become a bigger issue for the Europeans, then Tom we're going to have this conversation about
Fresh update on "abc" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Jason railway W two news. She was expressed, I'm Ross crystal. Steve Martin and Martin Short now set the co host Saturday Night Live in December while eldest star Austin butler slated to make his hosting premiere on the NBC sketch comedy series the next week. Martin in short will host on December 10th with musical guest Randy Carlyle and butler who recently starred in the ball's women film Elvis who hosts December 17th. Jimmy and bow and investigate the mysterious death of a rookie smoke jumper, Catherine Reddick plays the role of Jenny in the series big sky, and she says working with her costar Reba McEntire is simply the best. It's such a firecracker as a person. So vibrant, so charismatic, so much fun and also very heartwarming and down to earth and when I read her scenes, I'm gonna get him like wow she gets all meaty stuff and the fun stuff to play and I just think it's so great just to have her talent on our show. Big sky is one ABC and streams on Hulu. From cable to streaming award shows to late night talk, we run through all of it and more with NPR TV critic Eric diggins on the next edition of showbiz up front available at Apple Spotify or wherever you get your podcast. Much more on show was expressed dot com
Al Roker Recovering After Being Hospitalized for Blood Clots in His Leg and Lungs
"Al Roker the NBC Today Show weather anchor says he's recovering after he was hospitalized last week for blood clots Al Roker took to his Instagram on Friday to announce that last week he was in the hospital after blood clots in his leg sent some clots to his lungs The 68 year old said after some medical whack a mole I am so fortunate to be getting terrific medical care and on the way to recovery and he thanked everyone for their well wishes Roker's wife ABC News correspondent Deborah Roberts posted
Ellen Pompeo Leaves 'Grey's Anatomy' After 19 Seasons
"By she, I mean Ellen Pompeo, the actress who's now said goodbye to working on gray's anatomy, who was it 19 seasons playing Meredith grey on the ABC show? So it's 2022, so 19 years ago, we're talking 2002, 2003, actually. Why is he why are you a little bit freaked out? I'm not freaked out by it. I see what Ellen has turned into. She's always like a pretty, pretty girl. Kind of sexy ish and a little elfin way. If you understand, but you know, most of you, some of you know that I go way back with Ellen Pompeo. We used to live in the same building in the west village of Manhattan. Greenwich Village, west village, and it was great building a lot of people there. Amber Valletta Courtney Love Drew Barrymore, which is the end of the guy from American history X Ed Norton, jodeci, the group, oh, great building. Great people in Nam was a lot of fun being in the elevator, being in a lobby and seeing people come and go. Ellen Pompeo lived with a guy in that building who was a photographer. They weren't getting along too well. And, you know, she would come to my room because we knew each other and she'd bring a bottle of wine and nothing went down, nothing no sex, something like that, but she'd bring a bottle of wine, it takes some glasses out and would have some wine and talk and she'd tell me about her situation or problems how she wasn't getting along with that guy and she really wants to act and she's taking acting classes and nothing's happening. Blah, blah, blah. In fact, then I was the guy who was getting work and doing things. So Ellen would like come to my apartment to talk about the industry and stuff because I was going to LA every couple of weeks to do stuff and write my column and eventually I said, you know, when I go to LA, would you mind watching my dogs and watering my plants? I'm only leaving for like three days top. She goes, I would love to. I said, if you're having a problem with the guy, just sleep here, sleep in my bed. Really say, you know, can't you sleep in a bed? So she would sleep in a bad one of my plants walk my dogs, boom. She blew up. She did a movie, was it old school? Which was a nice part, and then forget it. Bang up. Right? To graze anatomy, know, well, maybe not all of you know how much money she makes, but I think almost $20 million a season. Ellen cleaned up, not bad, not bitter, but when you're in this business, there are some people who fly by you and there's like nothing you could say, like it just happens, you know? Like, wow. That really happened to her career. She went, she got that famous that quickly. Yeah, she did. 19 seasons and done. She never has to work another day in her life. Of course she will. But never has to.
Berlin Court Orders Rerun of 'Chaotic' 2021 State Election
"Debbie spotted this from ABC News. Just yesterday, Berlin court orders rerun of chaotic 2021 state election. This is very interesting. This is an election from last year, 2021. It was held in the German capital, in fact, it turns out it was multiple elections were going on at the same time. A state election, which means this is the state of Berlin, Berlin, by the way, is the capital of Germany, and it is a city, but it's also a state, so that in the state of Berlin, there was state elections. There was also an election for the city's 12 district assemblies, the German national election was going on at the same time, and then there was a local referendum that was also on the ballot. So Germans in Berlin were voting on all these different things. Well, as it turns out, there was and this sort of reminds me a little bit now Maricopa County, although maybe it was even worse. Huge lines at polling stations, some polling stations ran out of ballot paper during the day, other polling stations produced ballot paper, but it was for the wrong district. So there was the wrong information on the ballot, not applicable to what the voters were voting for. And a huge number of ballots were invalidated because they were for the wrong ballot or the wrong place or the wrong cause. And also the election was supposed to end at 6 p.m., but it turns out that voters who were in line were allowed to vote long after 6 p.m., but results of the election were already being called and people exit polls were being revealed and how people voted and people were being declared winners and losers, and lots of people were still in line and hadn't voted at all, so their votes weren't even counted and presumably if you hear an election's been calling about your in line, you're going to think, well, what's the point of me staying in line? I may as well go home and eat dinner. And so the German court to its credit looked at all this and go, they go, this was not. The safest and most secure election in German history,
Former Vice President Mike Pence gives first interview about Jan. 6 riot
"Former vice president Mike Pence has given his first interview about the January 6th insurrection in an ABC exclusive interview with world news tonight anchor David Muir the former vice president says he made it clear to president Donald Trump that he did not have the authority to overturn the result of the presidential election Pence was asked about a tweet from Trump that said Mike Pence didn't have the courage to do what should have been done The president's words were reckless And his actions were reckless The president's words that day at the rally endangered me and my family and everyone at the capitol building And Pence was asked if Trump should ever be president again I think that's up to the American people But I think we'll have better choices in the future I'm Donna water
Biden on Democrats keeping control of the Senate
"President Biden says he's looking forward to the next session of Congress After Democrats kept control of the Senate and held on to many contested seats in the House Democrats have the 50 votes they need in the Senate and the Georgia runoff election next month could make it 51 President Biden says he's hearing pundits back away from the influence of Donald Trump Donald Trump has done his reveal who the Republican Party is Republican senator Bill Cassidy on NBC's meet the press says Trump's candidates didn't fare that well For not a cult we're not like okay there's one person who leads our party House speaker Nancy Pelosi says Democrats did better than expected because they focused on helping Americans She was asked if she'll seek the top spot again If Democrats do keep control of the House I'm not making any comments until this election is finished She appeared on ABC's this week with George Stephanopoulos Jackie Quinn Washington
Democrats keep Senate majority as GOP push falters in Nevada
"Democrats have been able to keep control of the U.S. Senate but it's still a toss up on whether the House of Representatives will flip from blue to red It's nearly a week since the polls closed and yet a number of close races for congressional seats keep the balance of power undetermined House speaker Nancy Pelosi on ABC's this week with George Stephanopoulos says regardless of the outcome Democrats didn't get shoved out as many pundits had predicted because of their message to voters People over politics lower cost bigger paychecks safer communities Republican senator Bill Cassidy of Louisiana suggests that Donald Trump was the reason the Senate didn't flip Those who were most closely aligned with the former president did underperformed On NBC's meet the press Cassidy says the two parties have to work together and pass meaningful legislation that helps Americans not politicians Jackie Quinn Washington
Luke Combs tops CMA Awards; Loretta Lynn, Lewis honored
"Luke combs keeps the entertainer of the year title for a second year at the country music association awards I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest Luke comes one entertainer and album of the year at the CMAs on ABC and he says life's pretty good Country sounded more country than it has in a long time tonight Laney Wilson won the awards for female vocalist and new artist she says her trophy is a triumph This right here is for everybody who has believed in me and a little bit for the ones who even didn't Chris Stapleton won the male vocalist award but his real moment of the night was his performance with patty loveless who had the audience spellbound
CMA Awards: Luke Bryan, Peyton Manning team up as hosts, Carrie Underwood to perform and what else to know
"Luke Bryan and Peyton Manning will host tonight's country music association awards in Nashville I'm Archie's aleta with a preview Miranda Lambert's Reba McEntire and Carrie Underwood are expected to be among those paying tribute to Loretta Lynn in the opening performance of the CMA awards which air live on ABC 29 Carly Pearce has 5 nominations and two performances to worry about and she loves it It is gonna be busy but oh my gosh like the busy Ness that I've dreamed of my whole life so I'm really excited Yeah I don't know if you thought leni Wilson is the top nominee with 6 entertainer of the year contenders are Lambert Underwood Luke combs Chris Stapleton and Morgan Wallen
Will ABC Cancel Sunny Hostin Like They Cancelled Roseanne Barr?
"Roseanne Barr is a very funny woman. And she had one of the most successful sitcom careers in television history. And they did a reboot of her show, Roseanne, and while they were riding high, great ratings. Everybody happy, she tweeted something out about Valerie Jarrett. Remember that? And the tweet about Valerie Jarrett made a reference to the Planet of the Apes movie. So the implication was that Valerie Jarrett was an ape and ABC found that sufficient to immediately end Roseanne Barr's career. She was fired. They killed her off. It was her show. The show Roseanne is about Roseanne. And her husband Dan, played by John Goodman and the kids and everything else. She was fired immediately for the tacky retweet or post or whatever she did on social media likening Valerie Jared to the Planet of the Apes movie. Now, now do sunny hostin. Same company, right, same company, ABC. And sunny hostin thinks it's okay to call white women in the suburbs, roaches,
Sunny Hostin Calls White Suburban Woman 'Roaches'
"And we've been talking about sunny hostin. Let's play it again, Yuri, sunny hostin yesterday on ABC's the view, making a whole lot of headlines. Unfortunately, sadly, because there's, of course, been a lot of coverage over this shift by white suburban women voting Republican, a 27 point shift from Democrat to Republican. We talked to a number of callers yesterday, who are in that category, who are in that camp. Here with sunny hostin, a radical leftist host on the view, calling white women roaches. I read a poll just yesterday that white Republican suburban women are now going to vote Republican. Why? It's almost like roach's voting for raid, right? Voter. Their own self. Gilead. I mean, I guess they think that's funny. And somebody might say, well, she didn't actually call them roaches. Of course she did. She used an analogy that she thought fit white women who would vote for, this is called dehumanizing.
The Democrat Party Was a Party Built on Violence
"Folks you can't watch MSNBC and CNN You can't read The Washington Post in The New York Times You can't watch NBC ABC and CBS without the constant lies racism violent and vile language the media have a huge role in this And of course the Democrat party always Always Is a party that was built on violence that persisted on violence and still embraces violence Not a word about the riots of 2020 Which destroyed cities Which literally left people dead Which harmed police officers changed the way we police in this country They consequences are felt every single minute of every day particularly in our metropolitan areas And we have to listen to a man who heads that party who doesn't say a syllable about it and won't Not a word Not a word
Sunny Hostin Claims Dr. Oz Bullied John Fetterman During Debate
"Listen to one of these shrews over on ABC's the view, one of the worst of the bunch, Sonny hostin. It's really strange. It was really strange to me that he chose to bully a stroke victim. Yeah, right? He obviously was bullying him. And you know, I don't think the people of Pennsylvania or the people in general liked that because fetterman raised $1 million after that debate. And I think it takes real courage to show that you've been knocked down. I think it takes real bravery to allow people to see your weakness, right?
A New Poll Stuns Democrats
"Internationally, we're looking at some challenging times ahead with both China and of course the Russia Ukraine situation. I don't think this team knows what they're doing. Now that the other side does, you know, I'm going to get into the details of this poll. And I think a lot of Americans see through all the lining and all the hyperbole that comes with the political environment we are in. What you see is the increasingly as we get closer and closer to midterms, it looks as though Republicans are having a better and better shot at it. And I would just point out that again, according to 5 38, 80%, 80% chance of winning the house. Meanwhile, this is an interesting one. I want to share with you actually from ABC ipsos. It turns out the voters trust Republicans to handle the economy more than they do Democrats. All these issues inflation, the economy, crime, all of these things are really mounting. And Americans seem to believe that Democrats can not handle that as well as Republicans. 36% to 21% will be able to better deal with inflation, according to ABC News ipsos, because inflation is at a 40 year high. On the economy, 36% of voters choose Republicans to do a better job compared to 24% of trust Democrats. Of course, 31% say they don't have any faith in either party, which I understand. Believe me. I mean, there is such a lack of willingness to address fundamental economic challenges because they think, you know, you can just hand out money and call it a day.
Are Things Looking Too Good for Republicans in November?
"It's really looking good for the GOP for the midterm elections. Almost too good. Do you get a little nervous sometimes when things just appear to be fantastic? And you're thinking, is this going to happen? Is this truly happening? Of course, we talk a lot about polls. I don't trust them. I don't think you trust them. But when you have poll after poll, whether it be ABC's ipsus poll or the NBC poll or whatever, when you have them consistently coming up with some of the same results, then you have to kind of pause and think, well, maybe they're maybe they're right. And that's sort of the situation we're in today. As we see across the nation, races that just a few weeks ago would not even be in contention, or starting to be close. Now, let me preface that by saying we still have to vote. You got to show up, and I know my buddy Mike Gallagher encourages you to do that daily. We have to vote.
ABC News: The Path to Republican Victory Is Through Arizona
"According to ABC's Rick Klein and Jonathan Carl yesterday, the path to Republican victory might just come right through here in Arizona with a Blake masters victory. Yeah, John, this poll with ipsos shows that both parties have their areas of strength, but Republicans are starting to open up pretty open up a pretty significant gap on some of the biggest issues that motivate voters, inflation, crime, issues around the economy, double digit plus gap. That's what the campaign has been about. That's what the ads have been focused on. Now, Democrats have their issues as well. They have yawning advantages on things like gun violence, abortion, climate change, but the problem for them, John, is that those aren't the issues that are motivating voters first and foremost. Either in polls or talking to voters, it's those issues around the economy. And if this campaign is about inflation, high prices about crime, Republicans have a big, big advantage. Okay, and here in Arizona, a senator Mark Kelly, the Democrat, obviously running against Blake masters, tight race, you have been saying that this could come down to something you're calling McCain Democrats. Yeah, and John, this is kind of a microcosm of what we've seen around the country. Keep in mind that right here, this used to be red territory. Maricopa County fastest growing county in the country. John McCain won right here in 2016 last time he's on the ballot by 15 points. Fast forward just four years though, Mark Kelly and Joe Biden both win this state. Biden winning by barely 10,000 votes. One of the biggest upsets of the election cycle. So the battle right now, it's over suburban voters. It's over new voters in this fast growing county is over Latino voters. These are the trends you're seeing everywhere, and this drop voters, people that for decades voted Republican now have been voting Democrat where they land almost certainly determines where Arizona lands. And if you want to see why that matters, John, take a look at this. If just this one Senate seat flips, if Blake masters is able to beat Mark Kelly in a few weeks, Republicans go from a four in ten chance to an 8 in ten chance to take the Senate.
N. Korea fires missile, artillery shells, inflaming tensions - ABC News
"North Korea's fired a missile and artillery shells inflaming regional tensions A ballistic missile and hundreds of shells were hurled towards the sea and warplanes flew near the tents border with South Korea Further raising animosities triggered by the Norse recent barrage of weapons tests the moves suggest the regimes reviving an old playbook of stoking fears of war with provocative weapons tests before it seeks to win greater concessions from its rivals It was Pyongyang's 15th missile launch since testing activities resumed on September 25 The regime saying on Monday it's recent missile tests are simulations of nuclear strikes on South Korean and U.S. targets in response to their provocations
Amber Athey: The Media Doesn't Have the Monopolization It Once Had
"They had when they had ABC NBC and CBS and cronkite and Jennings and broke on these others right When they own that they decided what the story was If the story that was going to go out to the nation that night was Ron DeSantis sucks all they had to do was say it and that's all you heard I think their obsession with disinformation and misinformation in that crap is really a result of the democratization of social media and cable news and people like you and me and talk radio That's why this stuff isn't sticking anymore amber Like this botched evacuation narrative isn't going to work because you just asked a simple question Okay well why didn't Biden then tell people to attack I mean he didn't do it either So it's all BS It's not going to it's not going to spread because it can't because you've got these obstacles firewalls like us Yeah I think you nailed it The media doesn't have the monopolization on information that it used to have And people will sometimes say oh I miss the old days when the media was objective and unbiased And I don't think they ever really were It's just that we didn't know what we didn't know right We didn't have people out there who were able to get these large platforms that they could dedicate to unraveling a lot of the mainstream media lies so it seems worse now because there's just more life that's being shed on it But I think that they were always at the very least the left leaning Now with the ushering in a the Internet and all of these independent outlets who don't have to rely on corporate dollars to exist the media is trying everything that they can do to shut us down because we are finally exposing them for what they are and that terrifies them
College Football: Who Has the Primetime Game After Oklahoma Mess Up?
"Oklahoma screwed it up. I'm going to the game. I wasn't going to go to the game because I have a wedding in Dallas that night. And there was 11, so now I'm going. However, I mean, you know how that shit works. The TV network said it. So if Oklahoma would have won, they would have been the prime time game. It would have both been undefeated. They would have been the prime time game. But because Oklahoma choked, they played 11 o'clock. It's just how it works. So who's the prime time game next week with for this week with big dwell? I don't know. We're prime Simon freaking Europe, though, but I don't know who the hell. I get probably. Well, let me just with all this with all this nails research that we do. All the time on this pod. Let me just tell you the prime time. It's okay. We don't really care. It's not really. Well, no, don't worry about it. They put, oh, actually they put the two shittiest teams. West Virginia, Texas. So I don't know what's going on. Of course. The best game, the best game is Oklahoma state at Baylor. That's pretty good. There are 8 point dogs. TC is a 6 and a half point dog at home. 11 a.m., rise and shine. ABC.
"abc" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know
"There has been so much violence in heartbreak in America after multiple mass shootings have ripped families and communities apart. One after the other, the latest coming with barely enough time to process the last. The drum beat for change growing louder, ABC News is looking into the personal damage and trauma these attacks have caused and what victims are sane needs to be done. I'm Michelle franzen. We begin with a rob elementary school teacher who tried to protect his students and you valdi. While he survived his students did not. He shared the guilt and grief he lives with today with ABC's Amy robach. I said, if I die, don't let it be this morning, our new for Reyes, the fourth grade teacher in room one 11 at rob elementary school, telling his story for the first time as he recovers in the hospital from two gunshot wounds, hit during the horrific massacre that took 19 students and two teachers lives. It was our typical morning and we breakfast together. It was going to be a good day because it was going to be our day of awards. And some kids in my class said that hadn't gotten an award, you know, all year, we're going to get an award that day. Reyes says the children were enjoying the end of the year celebration, and while some students went home after the ceremony, 11 from his class stayed behind. They were watching a movie when all of a sudden gunfire rang out. The kids started asking out loud, mysterious, what is going on and I said, I don't know what's going on. But let's go ahead and get under the table. Get under the table and act like you're asleep. As they were doing that and I was gathering them under the table and told them to act like they were going to sleep is about the time when I turned around and saw him standing there. The gunman entering classroom one 12 at 1133 a.m., then making his way into one 11 through a connecting door, opening fire. Reyes shot twice, a bullet hitting him in the arm and lung, and a separate one striking his back. The 17 year teaching veteran hitting the ground. I told myself, I told my kids to act like they're asleep, so I'm going to act like a mistake also. And I prayed and prayed that I would not hear none of my students talk. Did you, you thought you were going to die? Yes, ma'am. Then while the gunman was still in the classroom, Reyes hearing police nearby, according to law enforcement, 7 officers were in the building by 1135 a.m., they took gunfire and retreated. Rhea says a child in the connecting classroom won 12 called out for help. One of the students from the next door classroom was an officer where in here were in here. And then, but they had already left. And. He got up from behind my desk. And he walked over there, and he's not over there again. The gunman going back into room one 12 and firing more shots. At 1158 a.m., children from other classrooms seen evacuating the school. At 1203 p.m., a child from room one 12, calling 9-1-1, telling dispatch where she was. By this point, 19 officers were inside the building, but no one went in. At 1210, 1213 and 1216, more 9-1-1 calls..
"abc" Discussed on Motherhood in Black & White
"Breaks when we need, but we take those breaks together and stay in it together. And we will post on our website and in our show notes, some information and some trusted resources for people if they're curious of learning more about CRT or figuring out where they can get some additional information. Let's post that in our show notes. Absolutely. We'll go through that. And we'll also, from the educational standpoint, we'll post just some comments and some resources we've seen as far as board of education topics go, because that's where it seems to be really hot right now. Yeah. We will do that. And what we also will do is we will be back. Next week, with another episode. I think we've had a couple of episodes that have been really insightful about, you know, we talked about the how we talk to our kids about the war in Ukraine. We've talked about judge Jackson's confirmation hearings and now we're talking about CRT. Lighten it up. It's been pretty heavy the last few weeks. There's been a lot going on. Yeah, I've missed your laugh. So let's think of the next couple of episodes. We will have some fun ones for you. And then we also have a few guest moms on tap that are going to be joining the conversation as we continue to expand our circle and bring in experts in different areas to help each of us on our journeys to be the best human beings that we can be. If you are struggling in any area of your life at this moment, just pause and reflect and I hope you hear my heart when I say that you're doing good. You're doing good out there, family. With that being said, we are going to sign off for this week. Please guard your health mental physical and spiritual and we will see you next week, same time. Same place. Take good care podcast fan. And cooked them. How long was that one? Was it about 30 minutes? How long was it before they started playing the guitar in the background? It'll be fine. Joey, you'll get that out of there. I like it. Entertain us. I love it so much..
"abc" Discussed on Motherhood in Black & White
"13 year old kids do is they took out their phones and Googled it and they said they were like, no, she died of a heart condition. She had a defective art condition. But the fact that these teachers, some of them, are making assumptions or bringing their own stuff to the to the classroom to the table and quelling some of this natural curiosity or the natural sense of equity and justice that this new generation or the younger generation has is what concerns me. What concerns me are the people that are putting forth misinformation about this quote unquote CRT that are putting out misinformation about what it means to advance learnings and teachings of different kids with different backgrounds into a school system and what that's going to mean and want to keep things the way that it's been for the last 50 or 60 years. It's hard out here. It's hard out here for a pimp. It is. This is hard out here. And a mama. Animal. That's right. I mean, I hear you. And I get that. I think one of the things that I thought about when you were talking is something about this generation kids. This our generation of kids, that I think we often don't like about them, but I think we'll keep them on the right path, is that they are not the generation that we were that were told that no matter what an adult says it goes. And that they don't speak and they don't question. These kids question and they.
"abc" Discussed on Motherhood in Black & White
"Whole different list of books they wanted bands, right? And I read pucks in I read beloved. I mean, I read those books that they didn't think we should read. And I never understood it. I don't understand why we're so afraid to let kids obviously there's an appropriate age limit for certain things, obviously. But I don't understand why we're so afraid to let kids have those experiences. Experience those stories in a safe place in a book where they can talk to you about it as opposed to learning about it the hard way out in the world. You know, this is a great place to do that. It gets me so frustrated. We know if you can tell. We can tell. It makes me so. And I guess I keep going back to. This isn't new. People have been trying to ban books for, I don't know, since the beginning of time, it's always something. But this version of it just blows my mind. This representation problem is strange to me. And aren't our kids going to be better for it by expanding their worldview. Yes. And it creates moments for us as parents to start to engage with our kids on a deeper and different level. One of the things that I do when I try to promote understanding of differences is to create a time and a space where my kid can then start to ask me questions. Because he's a black teenager in a predominantly white area where we live. He's always going to be different. He's always going to be in the minority in terms of the number, right? He's just going to be outnumbered. Of course. So I'm always having these conversations with my son. Why is the onus always only on me? And so my question is, and I ask any parent who's listening to maybe just take a moment and reflect and say, well, what are the experiences of other mothers? Am I making assumptions about their experiences? Or have I taken time to talk to and get to know them? Like, you and I are doing Tara, like we do every week. The question we ask is, what information are we giving our kids? What resources are we giving them to be successful? This world is changing. You know, our kids are growing up in a society that is much more diverse that in terms of not just gender identity and sexual identity and religious differences and socioeconomic differences, ethnic differences. It's going to be so much more diverse than it was 20 years ago. If we aren't preparing them to understand that the differences between us make us better and stronger, we are negatively equipping them to be successful humans. If we are trying to have them think that the world is going to be like it was in the 1950s, there are going to be in for a really rude awakening. Because that's not the world they're going to be entering in ten years. Absolutely not. And I'll say this as the mom of a 12 year old almost 12 year old. The good news, I think, is that the kids do get it. I see it, and I hope this is true for all kids. Maybe I'm only speaking from my kid. I can only speak for my kid. But I think that they do understand diversity of varying types. And they accept it. And they ask questions and they are open to those stories and they are not filled with terror and disgust and shame. They are not. They are doing great. And so I have a little bit of solace. When I see my kid and I know, I hear a lot of fervor in the news and I worry about what's happening at school, but then I see him with his friends..
"abc" Discussed on Motherhood in Black & White
"Sentence. I didn't say it had anything to do with the movie. Thanks, Tara. My bad. Okay, no, but we think about this and I had a really, I had a really powerful conversation with a girlfriend of mine and we grew up together. We've been friends since we were in 5th grade and she's raising black sons, just like I am. And we were talking about kind of like what they're learning in school. I said to her, I said, Cindy, are they still only teaching the same 5 black people at your son's school? And she said, yes. And it's funny because we know about how the contributions of black Americans have just benefited society like you mentioned here. Inventors and poets and readers and writers and authors and so many things in politicians. Yes. So many things that black Americans have done to kind of just be a part of the fabric of America. Black history is American history. But it's been excluded from the stories. My son was shocked when we were talking to him about the fact that they were black cowboys. He said, mom, there were no black cowboys, all the cowboys are white. You know, and one of his friends said, to me, he said, miss congee, and this was a couple of years ago. When the kids in miss kanji, were there more than 5 black people that lived in America? And think about it because that's true. They've all been taught the same 5 black people. I agree. It's Harriet Tubman. Martin Luther King Jr., Jackie Robinson, Frederick Douglass. Well, now president Obama. There you go. So we have 6. But I think because we continue just to say, this was a narrative. Look at this one black person that accomplished all of these things. Rather than sharing the stories and you question is like, if we are looking at literature. If we're looking at English classes, which seems to be the big hot button. Right. It really does. It really is. It really is. But why is it that we only are telling and sharing stories of 19th and 20th century writers and poets that wrote eurocentric books? Right, yeah. It's like, why is it that those are the topics of the books that are selected. And something that we did with our nonprofit Tara that I was very proud of is created a diverse book drive for our public schools where we donated thousands.
"abc" Discussed on Motherhood in Black & White
"Excuse me. Was it 5 ninths? I'm going to mess this up. I keep thinking three eighths. Why can't we get this right? Three fifths. That's what it was. I'm sorry, yes. Okay, we were three feet out there. Together. Yes. That took both of us. That's like it starts with a three. There was a 5 in there. With three fifths of a human. And so we know that laws that were created and were adopted in the 18th century excluded black people. And until the 1960s, there was unequal treatment of black people and by law, black people were treated as different class citizens in this country. And because we have made so many efforts and strides towards equality in the last 50 to 60 years, I think that it is incumbent upon us still to kind of pull the curtain back and take a moment to really analyze kind of how we've gotten to where we are. And unless we can get to a point where we can look and say, you know, our founding fathers founded this amazing great country, but they were flawed humans. Right. You know, several of our founding fathers enslaved human beings. And if we can't get to a point where we can just teach that. This say that's what happens. That's what happened. Yes. These individuals were presidents, vice presidents, secretaries of state, secretaries of defense, and members of the congressional Congress. And actually enslaved human beings. That's right. And some of them fathered slaves. That's right. It is what it is. But for us to continue to have this false narrative that the way that this country was found, it was just fine. And it continues to be just fine. Really excludes the experiences of people that look like me. I think it's human nature to want to ignore the bad. Hide the bad, and only talk about the good..
"abc" Discussed on Motherhood in Black & White
"Which is essentially sort of an academic construct that teaches the basic tenants that racist something that's sort of a social construct. And it's embedded into our legal systems and the way that things have been set up. It's not necessarily based on an individual choice, but it is something that's been created by these systems and legal minds that put it together. And it also digs into the downsides of that, how it's held against and how it's been built to benefit one over the other. I mean, it gets into that. But the general idea is that race is a construct that's been kind of woven into our system. Yeah, and my understanding of critical race theory, and thank you Tara for that overview and explanation. My limited understanding of critical race theory has just been because I know that it's something that is taught and higher education institutions, universities. Universities for 40 years, by the way. Right. For colleges and universities, we're taking like deeper dives into the social construct and also the history of the United States, psychology, sociology, all of these studies and spaces where, at higher levels of education, are young adults and adults are kind of learning different things. Yes. For some reason, the terminology and the acronym CRT has kind of been adopted by local school boards and parents who, in my understanding, are kind of opposed to some of the teachings and learnings and multiculturalism that has expanded, some schools, curriculums curriculums in the last couple of years. After George Floyd's murder in May of 2020, a lot of schools were looking at their curriculum and looking and seeing like, well, what is it that we have not done to engage all of our children. So looking at kind of the teachings of traditional public schools or even some private schools or saying like, where are their gaps here?.
"abc" Discussed on Motherhood in Black & White
"Hi podcast family. Welcome to motherhood in black and white. My name is kanji. I'm Tara. And this podcast is the space for us to engage in conversations as we talk about some of our challenges of being mothers of diverse identities. I being a mother of a black son and also a black woman and Tara. You know, well, there are mothers of black sons that aren't true. Let's make it make it very clear. And as a mother of a white son, who is as a white woman in the United States of America, we absolutely know that motherhood can be challenging. But within our motherhood journeys doesn't mean that they are going to be unique because there will be differences based upon some of the identities that we've discussed, not just racial and ethnic, but also our gender identities, sexual identities, socioeconomic status, our parental status, all of the things. But today we are going to talk a little bit about kind of how we have approached the motherhood part of our journey with respect to something that's been in the news for the last 7 months. And we are going to talk about the ABCs of CRT. The ABCs of CRT. So CRT is critical race theory. And this is something that we've heard a lot about in Texas specifically, there's been a huge push in the educational boards, a lot of parents coming out wanting to ban it, afraid that it's being taught in schools. And we've heard so much about it that I always find myself wanting to know, what are people actually talking about when they talk about credit card theory? To hear it in the news these days, it's touted as something to be afraid of. And I had never heard the term before maybe a year ago. Had you heard of it before? I had heard of it before. But never with the fervor and with the misinformation..
"abc" Discussed on The Journal.
"This past year has been tumultuous for abc news even prior to this lawsuit and the allegations against michael corn. There were concerns about the culture inside the newsroom that there is an atmosphere of tension and lack of trust among employees. Since last summer the network has had other high profile departures one involving allegations of racially insensitive comments and in the spring. Abc news was hoping to reset when it brought in a president. Kim godwin who came from cbs. She's inherited this situation and she came in talking about wanting to change the culture and make. Abc news a happier place. She was going to be an agent of change when godwin arrived at abc news. Michael corn had just left but last week lawsuit brought his name. Backup inside the company most staffers. Abc and good morning. America learn about the allegations when the wall street journal broke the story about the lawsuit inside. Good morning america. People really didn't know except a handful who were aware of these allegations so when the suit broke in our paper it caused a lot of earthquakes inside. Abc and abc news. What do you mean by earthquakes. I mean people were stunned. I mean it shook the place up. They had no idea that these allegations were out there against michael corn. They had no idea around the circumstances of his departure and some people were angry about that. They felt that they should have been kept in the loop. They felt that they had been misled. The lawsuit details to women's allegations against corn. Kirsten crawford is the plaintiff. Her allegation describes an incident in two thousand fifteen at the time. Corn was the executive producer for good morning. America and crawford was a junior producer. She alleges that in twenty fifteen she michael corner sharing an uber back to a they were in los angeles and that he was grabbing her grabbing. Parts of her body trying to kiss her. That's what she alleges. Mr corn again denies this and that when they got back to the hotel she went to his hotel room upon his request to bring him some advil that he had asked for that is according to the suit and then once she had done that he again made unwanted advances and she was eventually able to leave the room. Corn denies the allegations and calls them fabrications. He says that crawford and he exchanged friendly emails the day after the alleged incident which he says show. The alleged assault didn't happen. So did crawford tell anyone at the network about this. According to the suit crawford head confided in a friend after the twenty fifteen alleged incident and one of those people had told george stephanopoulos and in twenty seventeen. This is when stephanopoulos had learned of this. He asked crawford about it. He asked if this was true and she said yes. And george stephanopoulos said well. I think i have to take this higher up in the company. Now that i know of this. According to the suit he told three people. One was tanya menton. Tanya menton is the vice president of litigation for abc and she's closely involved in hr matters at the company according to the lawsuit. Abc requires an investigation into any harassment or assault allegations. Even if a victim doesn't come forward the suit alleges that the company didn't conduct an investigation after stephanopoulos told menton menton has not responded to requests for comment. abc said in a statement that they're committed to upholding a safe and supportive work environment. They have a process in place thoroughly reviews in addresses complaints. They also said though they dispute the claims made against it in this suit and will address it in the court. The lawsuit also turned a spotlight onto stephanopoulos. Who doesn't dispute how the suit represents his role in the events. There's some sense inside abc news. That should georgia ben more aggressive in terms of pursuing some sort of an investigation against michael corn who of course remained in his job for four more years and robin roberts said in a meeting that i'm paraphrasing the little but basically if it'd been someone on my team would burn this place down now. A lot of people read that as a swipe at george people. I've talked to at abc news. Say no robin was just expressing emotion. She enjoyed get along fine but clearly. There are some folks you know confused about how complaints could be made and so many people in senior positions know about it and yet allegedly nothing happened. Stephanopoulos declined to comment on. What his co anchor. Robin roberts said in that meeting crawford says. Abc didn't take action with her allegation but that changed earlier this year. According to the lawsuit it started when another woman named jill maclean was chatting with her former boss. Abc news host. Diane sawyer jill in diane sawyer had a phone conversation which according to the suit took place on new year's eve twenty twenty the suit says that maclean told sawyer about her encounters with corn back when she was a producer at abc news. Mclane is not a plaintiff in the lawsuit but the lawsuit alleges that corn assaulted. Mclean twice it alleges. The first time was in twenty ten on a plane heading back to new york from a reporting trip. According to the suit. Mr corn begin rubbing her arm and then rubbing her leg and placing his hand between her legs and she just kind of froze. The second allegation is from the following year. The lawsuit alleges that one night while they were travelling for work. Corn sexually assaulted mclean in her hotel room. How has michael corn responded to these allegations from twenty. Ten and twenty. Eleven is vehemently denied. Them he says these are fabrications. He points to being invited to jill's wedding. After these incidents as proof that clearly he hadn't done anything wrong or else why would she invite him to her wedding for my reporting what friends of jill told me is that he was her boss and she was inviting everyone from work and it would have been obvious if he wasn't according to the lawsuit. Mclean didn't report the incident to anyone at abc at the time but then according to the lawsuit mcclain told sawyer. What happened to her. Diane sawyer apparently taken aback by this and told jill that she needed to report it..
"abc" Discussed on Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin
"Dude. Sadly it's mostly dudes who act as the puppeteer of the fund picking. What's in it. A spend a lot of time researching the perfect mortgage board of offerings. But it's all a lot of hot air once you dig into the data. Today's listener is looking into a mutual fund. That made promises a very high returns. Now i would take an extra close look at how they are crunching those numbers ten to eighteen percent. That's a lot so don't shy away from asking a ton of questions about what that actually means asking for clarification doesn't mean you're helpless in fact it's the lifeline that will protect you from finance bros. Who don't have your best interest heart. But i do if you do all the research though and you decide to go with a mutual fund. I'd make sure you're taking into account taxes. Every quarter mutual funds pay dividends that are taxed at the end of the year since mutual funds are designed to set it up and forget it. My suggestion is to keep these long term dividend paying investments growing inside tax deferred accounts like a 401k. An ira a defined benefit plan an annuity and so on so that you're letting them compound in tax free environment or a future tax free environment in the case of roths to minimize the blow for today's tip. You can take straight to. The bank. Wants your cd has matured diversified that money re up on a new cd and that's your safe investment but then play around with something that has a little higher risk and reward like index funds. Now i know you mentioned there is a two hundred fifty dollar fee. That's an initial fee. Which is a really esteemed fee. Still i would just make sure that is the only feed. You're going to incur. My guess is that it's not. I don't wanna completely knock mutual funds if you're choosing between a mutual fund and putting your money under a mattress i would go with the mutual fund every day and twice on sunday. But if you're choosing between a mutual fund and another kind of sophisticated investment. I would take a super close look at the types of fees that are involved in both. They might look really small right now but the more money you put in that is much more money in fees money. Rehab is a production of iheartmedia. i'm your host nicole. Lapin our producers are morgan lavoix and catherine law money. Rehab is edited an engineered by brandon decker with help from josh fisher executive producers are man gashed editor and will pearson huge thanks to the. Oh gee money rehab supervising producer. Michelle lamb for her pre production and development work and as always thanks to you for finally investing in yourself so that you can get it together and get it all. What if you could get thirty dollars after joining a better broker. You can with 'em one finance once you're approved and deposit thousand dollars in your account and one. Let's easily manager finances and invest. How you want for free. I'd say it's a million dollar idea but that's under selling it visit 'em one finance dot com flashing money from have to learn more. That's m the number one financed dot com slash money rehab terms and conditions apply investing involves risk including risk of loss and one financing member. Finra sipc some kids are born bookworm worms while others need a boost. Get your kids reading and loving it with epoch. The leading digital library for kids with epoch kids can access over forty thousand popular and bestselling books plus fun videos audiobooks anytime anywhere from deep sea adventures to magical unicorns to outer space journeys. Whatever they love epic has it. All plus epoch grows with your child they'll get personalized recommendations that evolved with their interests and skills over time visit debt. Epic dot com slash. Iheart today for one. Free month of epic unlimited. That's get epic dot com slash iheart. Hey guys it's tori and an isa and we have some intel that we think you're going to want to hear. A new era of the challenge has arrived. The challenge spies lies in allies is coming to mtv with more international challengers than ever before and we lived to tell the tale. We just got back from filming and we are so excited to give you guys the inside scoop on every single episode right here on. Mtv's official challenged podcast all the intensity all the drama all the international espionage. You don't wanna miss this. Listen to. mtv's official challenge podcasts. On the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts..
"abc" Discussed on Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin
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I am pumped to dig into today's listener question because it deals with two really important topics that we haven't gotten to cover yet in our one hundred plus episodes of the best podcast in all the land. That is this one of course today. We're talking about cds and mutual funds. And i'll let today's money. Rehab are taken away nicole. I have a cd right now. It's about three point five percent. Ap y and it's about expire and unfortunately that raise no longer available. And i really considering rolling that money to a mutual fund. What are your thoughts on. Mutual funds the mutual fund. That i am considering is with my credit union. There's a five thousand dollar minimum and a five percent fee. Every time i make a deposit so for my very first deposit. I will lose two hundred fifty dollars. The return rate is supposed to be really good the average return rate for this particular mutual findings about ten to eighteen percent for the first year. So i just wanted to know. What are your thoughts. Do you think it's worth me rolling my money into a mutual finder. Do you think. I should just set up another cd before we dig into an answer. Let's give a little background to those listeners. Who haven't had to think about cds since the first generation ipod came out soon. No we're not talking about those. Cd's we're talking about certificates of deposit. Certificates of deposit are investment vehicles. Where you lock up your money for a certain period of time. Maybe it's three months six months nine twelve months or years even up to ten years you pinky swear that you won't touch the money at all and in exchange you got a slightly better rate than other savings vehicles when you go to take it out and the longer you leave your money in a cd the more interest you get now if you break that pinky promise or if you take the money out earlier than the maturity date you'll face a penalty. Many cd's will charge a penalty of six months interest. If you take your money out early so while these are great ways to make some extra money you need to be able to handle an emergency without solely relying on those funds. There are liquid or no penalty cds out there that will not penalize you for early withdrawal but they also come with a lower rate of return while cds are typically considered pretty straightforward investments. There are three interesting flavors to consider number one market linked cds. This of cd tracks the market. So you don't have a fixed rate of return. If the market goes up you could make more than you would with a conventional cd but if the market goes down you won't market linked cds have longer terms think years instead of months and even higher penalties. If you take the money out early meaning that once you stash your cash in there. It's going to be tied up for a while. They are also taxed at higher rates than regular cds. Plus you have to declare interest each year of the term not at maturity so you may be paying tax before you even take money out of them still if you want. Some market exposure without the risk of losing your initial investment market linked. Cds might be a good option for you number. Two brokered cds. These are offered by some broker. Middle man or middle woman who buys cds in bulk for sweet rates and then sells them to institutions and individual investors. These can be bought or sold on a secondary market before their maturity date but the rules are much more complicated. So if you wanna go. This route definitely discuss it with your financial adviser. I number three jim. Those cds these require at least a hundred thousand dollars as an initial deposit but offer a much higher rate of return dream. Big folks one word of caution. Some cd's go into auto renewal mode automatically signing you up for another cd when the term is over. Luckily you already know the best way to avoid that pitfall of for set up a calendar reminder for the day before your cd term ends to withdraw your money or re up the term on your terms. How do i feel about cds. Generally well just like. I wouldn't put one hundred percent of your emergency fund in a high yield savings account. I wouldn't put all of it in a cd either but they are a good option for keeping your principle safe while giving you some additional bang for your buck now. Let's talk about the other option. Our money reliever is considering mutual funds. A mutual fund is kind of what it sounds like. It's a company that pools money in from investors and then invested in hodgepodge of things like stocks and bonds. And so on. There's a lot of hype around mutual funds right now but like today's money. Rehab are mentioned. There are fees boy. Oh boy there are. Fees mutual fund fees are a special breed of fees. Folks they are higher than most other vehicles now it would be one thing if mutual funds were the best investment on the planet. Maybe then i wouldn't need to specifically shame them or maybe just maybe then their fees would be worth it but unfortunately they are not and far from it. Nearly all ninety. Six percent of actively managed mutual funds. Don't beat the market. That's right these are the ones that are rated on morning star the most popular service for evaluating mutual funds on morningstar. You can read all about the track record of the.
"abc" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark
"Let's distract this guy by getting to conduct the children's choir. That guard really wanted to be a choirmaster for sure and then. Let's talk about the half million smackers one more time if smackers are dollars and that's what we think they are. There's no way all of them are in that little bag that that kid is carrying around waitlisted like he's carrying around that bag like there's nothing but cotton candy and they're supposed to be half a million dollars in there. I don't think so those are my weight. Wants half a hundred thousand dollar. It's time for abc one-two-three the partial. We want to that. We still have alonzo. What are you still wondering about I just wondered to combat star testify at mcnichols parole hearing because he was supposed to get out and six months then he escaped because he was afraid that the money was going to go away because of christmas robot land and i'm just wondering like this redemption. We get him score him any points or as is he now back in forever. One of the things that mcnicoll dies when he's trying to write all of his wrongs is he scares John's dad and You know becoming a fan of christmas and getting the people to keep their apartments and stuff and he does this by becoming ghost santa ana sentece knocks on a door and there is a smoke behind him and my question is did he buy a smoke machine for that event and that guy's not terrified he's just excited about christmas after psych. He's just changing but there is a smoke coming in a smoke machine would did 'cause i don't know he's buying stuff. Yeah he's doing stuff. Did he buy a smoke machine. It's the only thing he just set fire to a couple of cartons of viceroys he could given him like a couple of hundred gs like. Hey here's two hundred thousand dollars. Everybody gets their own apartments. Never know i my only to one is. Is he back in jail because he's to wear a santa outfit at the end of the movie like he did the whole movie longest he didn't bother to change but the bigger one is. There's a seeing this movie. That's designed to be like. Just a little little teaser. Physical comedy and i don't know why it's in the movie but i also don't know why the character he's hiding on a stack of firewood. He's got a blanket over them. In the dad comes downstairs to look at the boiler and there's a piece of wood on the ground and he takes the would any tosses it on top of ed asner. Now it hurts. It's funny the kids know he's under there now. That's fine whatever. But then while the dad is looking at the boiler ed asner reaches out takes the wood and places down the ground so it can be thrown him again..
"abc" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark
"Like me feels from at astner breaking out a santa suit to getting a full Intro we're seeing this christmas parade. Santa claus is coming to town playing over top of it. It's just all working for me. I loved all of that. And so i just like this is awesome and so that whole thing feels weirdly enough. My field is the very last scene in the movie. And it's purely because of ed asner. The movie ends with him. What i believe is directing a prison choir. Still still in his santa out. He got straight to work. He got there was like i'm not changing and now he's he's you know. Full conducting hark the herald. Angels sing and it is just absurdist but then the camera goes to his face and it is just the face of a changed man like. I don't know how to describe that. But the performance giving he's all in that he is a different guy now and he didn't care that he's in prison and it was wonderful. It was a wonderful performance. And i was like man. This was that. That's really good as weird as that seen as so. Yeah that's that's the that's the challenge of playing scrooge eighty percent of the movie being like and then at the end you have to just be exploding with joy and not all actors neil that pivot but i would love to see ed asner totally do yeah she would crush it. I would love that There's not enough there's not. There's not enough Christmas carols out there. Let's do one more man Let's take one more quick break. We'll come back with the wait what's And the other segment Abc one threes Everybody abc's one-two-three it's.
"abc" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark
"You can go hippie if you want four some tofurkey on this so four four of those for two and then west the to mean to side that double side you know how every divided to flip clip it in reverse it. Yes i do know that. Think about that. Have that have missy at misdemeanor. Elliott stew and then think fall for two but food is three dimensional therefore always has two sides the christmas star. Go ahead nothing. The christmas the christmas star originally aired on december. Fourteenth nineteen eighty. Six on. the guy had to do doozy's we call them. A co dead. That's funny because it's code red but he's since pass catching along do co. dead. They signed a waiver beforehand. I mean it's not anything that feel bad about just just because someone signs. A waiver resigned to wave. It doesn't mean you should not feel bad when they pass code dead all you want for me. So you're telling me when somebody you know let's just say someone bungee dives and the bungee breaks. You don't feel bad for him. Co dead so it's only code. That's december fourteen ninety six on abc and it went a little something like this con artists. Horace mcnicoll is an old dudes in. Prison has no christmas spirit when he hears someone. Talking about the christmas star he just laughs it off and goes to his room. He doesn't care about no christmas star. He hasn't care about christmas party but he does figure out that this christmas party could be used to his advantage. And so it's happening. There's this lady certain food. There's a brass band and there is a santa. We then see santa. Say oh i gotta go get a refill of mma gifts. He walks out and then we just see him running and laughing and we're like well that doesn't seem like what a normal guy would be doing. Suddenly we see a guy hopping out. He's tied up and he's like someone stole my suit and we realized at that point that that santa.
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"You're saying and really try Sedition can girl yes, I think that's what you're gonna go out for a jog. Just just don't wear celebrity perfumes. Just go with stuff from your regular slave market. Is, uh, it takes off the wildlife. Well, what I thought was hilarious is why would anyone wear perfume on a run? But this woman was saying, you know, it was early in the morning. I was fumbling around for the deodorant and all that I could find, presumably in the dark was the perfume. But why would you even bother when you're going out there to be a hot and sweaty and who's going to smell you except for revenge and kangaroo? And in the house. That's Yeah, exactly what that cancels each other. I think she was lying about actually going for a jog. Perhaps she was out there aggravating kangaroos, and she she was busted with their back story. But maybe that's why exercise you shouldn't do it. Guys do not exercise you could get punched by a kangaroo. So s so basically the same where we're teaching fishing and we think you should exercise Go on land on sea. I could mention another one. I don't know if you saw this one from a couple of years ago, which also now rules out paragliding when a paraglider came in to land somewhere in the A, C T and a kangaroo was watching him land and ran up to him and just punched him in the face. Kangaroos have anger problems. They need to go to anger management classes. There. There. What is wrong with you? Where is for a While? Many. Many years ago I lived on a farm where we had a kangaroo that kind of adopted us and he got quite He got quite close to the farmer. And occasionally he would come up to him and nibble gently on his chest hair and what was a beautifully tender moment. Okay, But imagine the farmer tried to get away from it. It would sit on. That's crazy. Um, say that was what happened when the farmer ladies I natural b. I come out if you've been wearing a Sarah Jessica Parker perfume things would have been really different. All right? Yes. If you want to flirt with the kangaroo Uh, can you float should be encouraging flirting with animals that night. Maybe you've gone a bit father. You wanna become friends, and then it just smell gross. I think it's just Just have a farmer's there. Yeah, that is a miss saying is with us, but you may have missed this and are I just don't know which is my favorite because they're also good. But this story comes from Michigan in the United States, where a man had a fight with the neighbor and responded by building a very interesting wall. Yeah, neighborly disputes and not uncommon and often over fences. And you know if defenses too far on one side, the property of the other well, this neighbor cracked it and then retaliated by building a wall between the properties with made entirely out of cow feces. Apparently, it's legal. You can't tell someone like that's that he's not breaking any laws that so he's got this poo wall between the properties it lets off. This incredible smell probably smells like She is, but there's nothing the night we can do about it, but both of them have to smell it. There are a lot of fine goals being scored. Here. I am just love it, and I love the neighbor reportedly said. It's not a people. It's a compost fence as if it's some kind of, you know, Iko. It's an eco design. And I'm going to get back to your neighbor do something like that. But you've got to deal with the consequences. I'm wondering where the Donald Trump in his eagerness to build that border war with the Mexican Army. Maybe this is something he could have employed might have been a lot shaper and much bigger deterrent. Well, let's drive. Yeah, for anyone wanting to come into America. You know when I heard from him, maybe he's busy making already promised your country should just do it. Forget needing to put our international borders during covert. Just poke around exactly what Maybe maybe that's what would help out quarantine. Just just put Pool outside every hotel going. No one's gonna believe, honest saying we really haven't kept it. Clean it all that would happen. This'd been dirty, but very PG Rated way to say thanks for joining us. You know you may have missed this. You're listening to night Life with Suzanne Hill on ABC radio. You're a fan. Or maybe your kids are of the kid's TV show, Bluey. Well, it won't be surprising if you are. Since the show started in 2018. It's become the most streamed program in ABC. I view history with more than 500 million views. It's enjoyed by kids and parents around the world on if you watch it with your kids, I wonder if you ever feel just a bit guilty. Well, you don't play with your kids quite as much as Bluey and being goes doggy dead Bandit. He's been how'd as an exemplary parent by both viewers and child development experts and journalists. Melissa five has been interviewing blew his creator, job, Rum and those same child development experts about just what it is. That makes Bluey a textbook example of great parenting. It's for an article to appear in this weekend's Good Weekend magazine. In the age of the Sydney Morning Herald. And Melissa joins me now. Hello, Melissa. Hello. Thanks for having me. Well, you're the mother of a couple of Bluey fans, aren't you? I am I right. Two daughters. I feel like I have Ah, Bluey, get a bingo. It's sort of similar age, and they are mad for Bluey. So what's its impact man in your house, then Melissa? Well, it was immediate find this really fascinating. I'm sure that Um Millions of households have the same situation that suddenly your land room and every bedroom is turned into her hotel room. When we have to play hotels or neighbors, which is the game that you deconstructs the couch to play neighbors or we play Raiders, which is when you throw the ball down the hallway and may set of dive into the bedrooms to get out of it out of the way when we play lots of the different games, and I found that like as a journalist, just thinking about that really interesting, like I can not. Had not come across a show before that jumped out of the television and into your life like that. So you quite a child development expert on marked of Rosanna is saying that if he met a young couple who asked him for parenting advice, he would literally say to them will go on. Watch blew it. So what is it? That is right on target when it comes to Bluey role modeling really good parenting. Well, there's really two things. The first is the way that it approaches. Play on, of course, plays something that you know just happens. Naturally. Kids play as a matter of course, but there's different types of play and the play in that is depicted employees. It is sort of the world gold sort of play that kids, you know, Ultimately, you know that that you all sorts of play, but this sort of plays really in reaching for them. They're really engaged in it. They're totally bought into the fictional concept They're negotiating, so they're really kind of working out the rules on been this sort of On emotional intelligence, I think about Bluey, which is to do with the way I know that we're talking about cartoon dogs here, but it's to do with the way that bandit the father and chili, the mother. Approach their kid's emotions, and they basically model the way of parenting, which is that they hold this look it make space for the negative emotions and they sort of if you watch it carefully. You see, bandit and chilly. Do that all the time. And really, that's what the kind of told Parenti experts are telling us to do, too. Not kind of be dismissive of the emotion or shut it down or distract, you know to actually say, Gee, you know, that's really tough. What and then sort of to help your child problem solve out of that. So I was really fascinated by that. And I actually initially I wanted to do a profile of job from the creator, and he was not at all for that idea did not want to do that. And then I was rating is part of that profile. He's um he's he immersed himself in this thesis, child development literature around play and as blowing, got the green light in about 2000 and 17 he mind Not only his own family life because he has two daughters, but it also this literature that he was reading around play. He actually mind it for ideas for the script, and so It comes to us is this you know, kids just playing and mucking around with their dead, but the actual price the thought process behind it is a lot deeper than that..
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