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"alphonse" Discussed on 60 Minutes
"In her recovery. There are more than 75,000 wild horses roaming public land in the west. Wild horses are the descendants of domesticated horses, the first brought here by Spanish explorers 500 years ago. By 1971, their numbers were dwindling in Congress stepped in, passing a law to protect this romantic fragment of our history. It worked almost too well. Today, federal land managers say the number of wild horses is nearly three times what it should be and left unchecked, their population can double every 5 years. As Sharon alphonse first reported in November, there's a program in Wyoming designed to rein in the wild horses and an unlikely group of men. It's hard to imagine anything surviving on this stretch of badlands in northern Wyoming. Sagebrush blankets the high desert all the way to the Rocky Mountains. But in this empty quarter of the cowboy state is a thundering herd of Mustangs. Untouched wild and breathtakingly beautiful. But wild horses can also wreck the rangelands they roam. Government land managers say in the west, wild horses are competing with cattle and wildlife for increasingly scarce water and food and their overpopulation often further straightened the environment. So the federal bureau of land management regularly rounds up wild horses, mainly by using small helicopters to locate capture and truck them off to corrals or enclose pastures like this one. A horse can live for about 20 years, and most of these horses will remain here until they die. The wind river wild horse sanctuary outside lander Wyoming is run by Jess Alden, and his family. Talk about the horses that are here. For most of them, this is it, right? Yes, ma'am. We have the 225 long-term residents and long-term residents. Long-term residents. Sounds like a nursing home. That's what I call them. I'm in for part of our family and they're going to be here long term. And there they go. Yes, ma'am. The 1400 acre facility is on an Indian reservation. The oldhams are one of dozens of contractors paid by the government to feed and care for Mustangs after they've been removed from the wild. Activists want the horses to remain free. Why not just let the wild horses be wild and run? The harsh reality is ecosystems are delicate balance of each species coexisting together in the environment. There is a limited amount of resources in grass and water and the wild horses are very dominant species. They're smart, they're fast, they eat a lot of food, and they need to be properly managed. Keeping count of all those horses is Hollywood Dell. The division chief of the program that oversees wild horses for the bureau of land management. How many wild horses is the government now caring for? So we are currently caring for over 57,000 wild horses. And caring for them is not inexpensive. No. The cost of care for wild horses in our off range corrals and pastures was two thirds of our budget last year, which was a little over 70 million dollars. $70 million, take care for the wild horses. Taxpayer dollars. To relieve some of the burden on taxpayers in 2021, the bureau says 3742 Mustangs came off the government rolls through an incentive program that pays individuals a $1000 to adopt one. Wild horses attract relatively few takers. But these horses did. Pitt for their youth balance in temperament that are said to be trained in a ball places, prisons like the Wyoming honor phone. It's a 640 acre compound of tidy buildings, manicured lawns, cattle, and enough hay to feed them. It may look like a dude ranch, but this is a state run minimum security prison with felons working the land and the horses. There are no towers or armed guards, a simple four foot cattle fence marks the perimeter between the prison and the town of riverton Wyoming. You know, Wyoming has a tendency to do things a little differently because we're smaller state and I think it's one of those things until you see it. You can't actually believe it yourself. The crowd is Moffat has spent his entire career in corrections. He's the warden on the farm and about the only one here who doesn't wear cowboy boots to work. The thing that struck me when you drive up you see the four foot high cattle fence. Let's just stop an inmate for making a run for it or riding off into the sunset. Realistically himself. Most of these guys are at the end of their sentence. So most of them don't want to destroy that or catch another number. Do another 5 years or so. It's on them to make sure that they're going to do things the right way. Most inmates have earned the right to be here, transferred for good behavior from more restrictive state prisons. And each day, about 30 inmates report to work in a maze of shoots and pens with wild horses weighing up to a thousand pounds. Their job is to transform these Mustangs from wild burdens of the state and riding horses. The can fetch thousands at auction. These guys are here to do their time, but it's really about changing their life, put a change in them in a positive direction. Travis schumann is the cowboy in charge. He's the manager of the farm. Spent his life teaching the art of training horses. It shows an astride kinked by old fractures. Have you ever had a halt around this horse, mister su Cort? Never. And a voice both firm and calm as much for the inmates as the horses. Do the rope a dope and throw the rope into your hand. Do not get kicked. It takes time to train a wild horse, but schubert says there's nothing special about how it starts. You walk them in there, like you just kind of rip off the band aid and the human goes in there. Don't chase him. Wow. What's the next step? Let me teach him to yield the pressure, so you stop the forward movement, teach them that if they move forward towards you, the pressure goes away. And then from there, you get to where you can touch them, you get to where you pet them, introduce a halt through. Get a halt through broke, and then you have that trust, like they understand if they give up their right of flight to stay with you. There's some trust there. Are you talking about the horses and the horses? It going, hey. We are in the people business and helping the horses is extra, but the guys really learn a lot of life lessons from the horses. They learn the try. They learn to not lie to themselves about their feelings. They learn to control whether it's the highest of high emotions or the lowest or low emotions. No one here breaks a horse, the method used at the farm is called gentling. Force is replaced by patience, persistence, and an even keel. In any pen on any date, you can see it play out. A ballet in dusty boots. A delicate dance of inches repeated a hundred times over, days in the making for this. The first human touch. Next door, a Mustang, and full gallop. A runaway train yields. And stops on command. There you go. You got a good win. We're watching all these things step by step by step. But this doesn't happen overnight. Sometimes it'll take four weeks, sometimes it'll take four months to do these steps in a wild horse takes a little bit longer sometimes. Michael Davis has been riding horses his whole life. He's serving 15 to 20 years for voluntary manslaughter. He's eligible for parole
"alphonse" Discussed on Overthrowing Education
"That is I'm a big fan of badges and but there's a platform that is out there that really caught my eye this last year at TCE and what they do is you go in, you pick a badge, something that you want to learn and what I love about it is not only do you go through a module that they create on their own but you turn in your artifact so you'll actually have to do maybe like a screencastify or just do some kind of screen recording where you'll submit an artifact on how you would use it or implement it within your curriculum, but somebody on the other side who is an educator will actually give you back some feedback and say, hey, you know what? I know you submitted this, but this is kind of what we're looking for. It kind of guides you not exactly gives you the answer of what to do but just kind of guides you to better your practice and then you go ahead and submit. And I think that that's something that's wonderful where a teacher can go and practice and learn a new skill but also gets that feedback of hey am I on the right track and yeah, you know you're doing great and they feel empowered and then they're willing to step out and try something a little bit different and in their implementation process. And they can see when you get that there's a lot of self reflection that's really important too and gives them the opportunity to not just criticize themselves or whatever but really be able to reflect on what worked, what didn't work and so forth. And that's how we always improve our practice. And it's our students improve when they get great feedback. And when they're able to reflect on their learning, well, it's the same for educators. We need to reflect on what we're doing as well. And that's part of it, for sure. I wanted to give people out there some specific EdTech tools that you love for different things that people might be looking for. So I'm going to give you like a little category. I've never actually done this before, by the way. You are my first. But I thought it would be fun to helpful if I could I'm going to give you like a category of something that educator might want to do and then you maybe give some helpful tech tools specific ones that you really love for those things. It's always nice to have examples. So the first thing is I know you talk about making learning joyful and engaging. And those are such important things to me too. So what are some things that you think are great for doing that? Yes, so some great tools that have made my practice in the classroom and even in sharing has always been something that involves video recording. So I can name a few that I have you successfully that are very low barrier to entry to make teachers comfortable. And like I said, this is for any level of teacher. Screencastify is one of my go tos to help engage learning what I love to do there was with a lot of the project based learning that I did have students narrate over their Google slides, have students record themselves as they're sharing a math problem or even go outside with their Chromebooks and record things outside when we were doing science class. So definitely screencastify has been one of my favorites for student engagement and the students just love being in front of the camera. Or the fact that they don't even have to be in front of the camera and just narrate also because it works as a great podcast platform as well. So I for low barrier to entry as well because I always like to say I keep it simple. Right. Screencastify also would be a great platform if you want to introduce podcasting in the classroom so you can hear your students really what they're doing is they're expressing their learning and what I love about this is yes it's not let's say a worksheet or a digital worksheet that you can kind of just grade very easily, but it allows you as a teacher to really hear the student thought process. And knowing that not every student is going to get to the same answer the same way to me that just blows my mind because I get to learn from my students as well so podcasting would definitely be great because also as a teacher, I get to see or actually I get to hear if there are some students that may not be understanding any specifics subject matter is it a misconception that maybe one or two students have or was it something on my part as a teacher that maybe I didn't explain carefully and then I can go back and address those issues right away. So that's the one thing that I love. Also the growth in public speaking and language acquisition and using proper subject matter vocabulary is something that is great and I have found successful in my classroom when I was in the classroom having ELL students, their language grew tremendously from the beginning of the year to the end of the year and when I had to go have meetings with my administrator with, let's say if there was a 5 O four an IEP or anything, I had documentation or an artifact showing this is where we were at the beginning of the year. This is where we are now and you have documented growth. Awesome. Love it. Not just on paper. It's like real. Exactly. And you know, we were talking a little bit about this in a podcast that I did. I think it was yesterday actually yeah. So what happens oftentimes as teachers and in the beginning this happened to me because I didn't know how to teach because I came in from a marketing background, but you would call parents and say, hey, your student is not doing very well. Well, what's your average? Well, let's say they have a 67. Well, what can they do to improve? Well, they just have to pass the tests, study harder. And that's it. But with something like this, you're able to really know your student and pinpoint and say, hey, you know what? I notice that alphonse Ito is doing great in this class. However, I see that he's still struggling with being able to find the solution to this problem. He's able to set up the equation correctly and he explains it to me well and you know in his presentations. However, when it comes time to solve the problem, we're missing some steps here. And you can get really granular and really give excellent information and data to whomever it is that you need to share that with. And that is the one thing that I love that evidence that you get.
"alphonse" Discussed on El Legado de Borges 2.0
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"alphonse" Discussed on Historically Thinking
"Dogs led expeditions together for years. And so they had a routine together They would make camp at night when they were dog. Sledding they would make the camp get everything set and Harper would do a lot of the physical work of setting up camp and stuck would tutor harper in. You know they would read shakespeare. They would read history. He would teach him mathematics. And and all that sort of thing and it was sort of the deal. I think The sort of unspoken arrangement that the head when they got on the mountain and they started doing that again. Carson's saw what stuck was doing as laying around the tent. He he was riding. He was teaching teaching teaching harper. And carson's was was just didn't understand that at all and he carson also seem to have this suspicion that the stuck was using carson's expertise was gonna claim all the credit for the expedition. Eventually and then unfortunately what happens is that because of the times that they lived in the newspapers trumpeted stuck as the leader of the expedition. It was stuck expedition. It was the piscopo priest. Who who summited denali. In spite of all stuck's efforts not to have it be that way man parsons. He's very explicit about that and everything he writes doesn't usually call the karston stuck expedition or something like that. I mean as named ernest. In the forward to the senate's denali stuck says right out that he was dependent on On carson's strengthen endurance to get this done He wrote letters to the editor after newspaper. Accounts left out carson's He held to his side of the bargain which was to give karston fifty percent of all the proceeds that stuck got from articles from books in any income. He made off of the expedition. But but carson's for whatever reason never forgave him die believing that he'd been screwed over by stock and all of the deposit. The checks did walter harper though. That's the saddest. Part is what happens to walter harper. Because he's a gifted gifted guy Yes he was He was literally the first person to set foot on top of denali. I don't know if i'm giving away too much plot now. Which is why june. The seventh is now. Walter harper day in the state of alaska Stuck made careful careful that it was harper. Who was the first to to be to be will never know if that had to be done or not because the other three of them had upset stomachs and that crap all day and harper with his ironclad constitution. Lead them the entire way so there was never. It never came down to any discussion of after you. Alphonse or whatever it just it just turned out that way but I want to imagine that stuff would have made it happen. Regardless i'm just gonna i'm gonna believe that until somebody can can convince me otherwise But yes he was very Very gifted very cares matic and he He found a woman that he wanted to marry who was.
"alphonse" Discussed on WBUR
"Martha Stewart, Niederer Alphonse Joseph Niedermayer. Alphonse Niedermayer, known as Big Al was a Port Authority police officer who rushed to the World Trade Center to help with rescues. He was 40 when he died in the South tower. Soon after his memorial service. His wife, Nancy, discovered she was pregnant with their second child. A daughter, She named Angelica Joy. I mean, and childhood joy. I guess there was joy. And I guess because Angelica means Messenger of God, I've told you this before Angelica, But you were one of the best things that could have possibly happened right then. And then. Every year. After that. It was huge for mom and huge for me, too. Angelica's older brother is named for his father and goes by a J. He was 2.5 on 9 11 a little over three when Angelica was born. I do remember, um When AJ would miss Our dad and I would try so hard to understand. You know, like he would say, like I miss Daddy, and I'll be like, Well, I miss him too. You know, Like even though I didn't I didn't even understand what that meant. Yeah, I think for a long time, Angelica. Really? I mean, I don't want to speak for you, but I think it meant a lot to you. The fact that I had had those 2.5 years But you know, I was so young, and there's so much that I don't remember. Angelica and AJ say the larger than life hero narrative wrapped around the story of the 9 11 1st responders can overwhelm their intimate personal loss Later this month, AJ will head to grad school. Angelica is a college sophomore. On 9 11. Their family tradition is to visit the memorial at ground zero and touch their father's name inscribed in bronze. Police is going to twins. Every 10 weeks. Right. Um, I just have Home video, New Jersey We see Lisa Treasury Tola hugely and happily pregnant with the twins. She'd had a hard time conceiving Amanda and Michael would be 3.5 when their mom was killed in the north Tower of the World Trade Center. She was 36 administrative assistant for the Port Authority, and I feel like I sort of recall that Someone asked if she was coming home. And I remember my dad replying that she isn't coming back. But beyond that the twins weren't told what happened. They had a vague idea Their mom had died enough fire. I don't remember a funeral. Their dad soon remarried Liz, whom they called their new mom became the mother They knew It wasn't until they were 11 years old that their father and Liz sat them down and told them the truth that in fact, there mom was killed in the attacks of 9 11. And I just remember like my brother, tucking his head in the pillow and just Crying his eyes out. It was just utter shock. The twins were finally told the reality when their parents thought they were old enough to understand it. Terrorists hijacking towers collapsing. Honestly, it just felt like The world got a lot smaller at that moment, and it wasn't as safe anymore. I agree that moment just still sticks out to me. Because it's so world crushing and what you thought you knew isn't what is Amanda and Michael have never gone to see the September 11th Memorial at Ground zero. They try to keep their mother Lisa close in small ways. Amanda remembers when she took her driving test to get her license. She brought along a photo of her mom holding the toddler twins. And afterwards I did find out I passed and Remember, like taking the picture out of my center console. And just like saying, Mom, I did it. You would be so happy. I really wish you were here to, like. See me. I just was overjoyed, and.
"alphonse" Discussed on Planet Mikey
"You feel Smitty? Well, now, I have the finished. The first round of the the liquid. You got to do a must drink The Elixir. Yeah. And this is magnesium, citrate. This is the grape flavor. Well, the good thing is that it tastes like ass going in. So, the first day's first, I suck it up and I took a sniff to see. You don't want to smell like, oh man, it's doing is just like sweet grape flavored oil Standard, Oil lagak. Yeah, yeah. I had a girlfriend when all she ever did not see grapes, was unbelievable. Every day, every night and late at night, I'd get her good. She let out a little wine. Sochi on Fury's here, so. I think it's 124 according to Ben kitchen. That's how you been Jenny. I'm good, my key, I'm good. I've survived the pandemic and vaccinated. Yes, I'm ready to go. Yeah, you your job. The epitome of Health, the epitome at 2:50 we have, by the way, for those who don't know, there's very few who don't know, John is an actor. He's been in many things, I guess, most recently Georgia, you'll tell us about your newest project but what I thought was a great film when he played Chief Arena, right, Dominic Arena Dominic arena in Chappaquiddick. But going back a little further. John, of course, was Jesus tone in the, in the, in The Sopranos which was a moderately successful moderates, show got a little action, guys, got a little bit of a viewership but his name, I am DB on Fury's. IMDb looks like a, like a like a who's who from the Knights of Columbus, you know, it's like all Italians, right? Pretty much. So you you an effective been Typecast. You might have been Typecast. Although I just played a general, Richard you'll wow, in a movie called Z, dead-end, zombie movie that were in the middle of making now. Yeah, the continued over the summer. See, I broke the type good, nobody just half Italian, you know, this mother's side, but you know, when you see me in the uniform, all the Italian comes right out of me. You really watching off Ian's birthday. Is it garlicky? Smoke a cigar, you know? Yeah. That type of Jenna a badass about a hard task now. Describe your character Gigi system of we first get to know him when he's got one of the twins in the head spoons I shot spoons in the head. Not beans, either not beansie, you shut spoon green beans either had a bill of ramp. You remember that right? Yeah, they had to build beans the iraq-iran because David praval, hit him with a coffee pot in the head and ran them over laughed about. It was nothing right. He backed off and then he put in dryer, he could care what they think things. He was did anything to deserve that the the treatment of beans. He was a little extreme, wasn't it? Well, you didn't Hustle, Man. Speaking of busy. How's your colonoscopy stuff going over their dead? Hey, there you go. You were also Law and Order for a long time. How many episodes you do? Long 56-7 wow. If she has a good paid, a good run across its profile. True Detective prefer I wrote me out because my wife believe it or not, I needed money. So I went on to take ya for in vitro. Fertilization what, what do you mean kind of cheese is bad? You went on the take for that. Yeah I was all go. We go I needed the money for Shirley's in vitro fucking pussy huh. You can't believe he's just robbed a sperm bank and get some egg drop soup C. Many sperm over there. That's right. Because he can pull boat, right? The fuc Outta, it's right. What's that thing? So, detective professional, he was not a criminal. He was wasn't a criminal offense. Dirty was a buffoon. He was a guy that got in bed with the mob just to get the money to get surely in vitro fertilization. So, when they came to me, like, what are you fucking kidding me. I'm a killer, I'm a fucking knockout birth. Both hands. Now, you're going to you're going to cry like a baby cuz you need money for in vitro and that was the end of that. Yeah. But did you have to practice that didn't have to practice. Now, I'm really no fight scene between you and Christina them a little. We had an argument that we kind of made up at the end. He had sympathy for me. I turned my badge and gun in. He was a c around Tony, go see it, my key and I was it matter who wins in the fight gone. Oh, I'm not gotten three Rocky Mountain Community. I'll be over at the sperm bank lock in one short fucken sick since she had done. Hey, nobody knows more about six inches than me. Let me tell you something wage. So you were detective. So, you were a bad guy. Good guy. Bad guy, Google always, Italian always Italian, but what about Alphonse mazzoli nizzoli on the on the show on the Brotherhood. Alphonse thought that was a great series was fuckingawesome. We've all watched that was tremendous but it was too short. It was too short the three seasons but it went 12 a.m. Han Eight Episodes they decreased at each season and then they dumped it, it was on Showtime. If it came on now or if it came on the show time it'd be a big hit of what it is. It'll show time today. Yeah back then it was you know was down here right? Right. HBO is where it's at now. Showtimes, huge. If it came out now, it'd be big real big, you know zero about a week ago. Kevin Chapman, he played Freddy yes, love Kevin home. So we did a lot of stuff to you when I knew he was coming over here to do a commercial, I start watch. I said Kevin Chapman. I look at his picture. Okay I've seen this guy so I started watching the episodes of Brotherhood Los Angeles and here comes Freddy a baddest ass guy and suddenly the day comes, when Kevin Chapman pulls in the driveway and I see this guy see Freddy get out of the VIN and he looks at me with that face, you know? Yeah. Yeah. Maybe a Freddy face to give me the pretty face in the right place and I told Jesus turns out he's a real sweetheart. She's really okay. But and he's a local guy you know it's getting pretty good. Yep yep. So now there's a lot, there's a lot of different websites, a different podcast, all still talking about The Sopranos. It's unbelievable. It's the show that never ends never Star Trek in a way. Once it's all hung up in the wall like an art piece people. Analyze every little thing. For example, if I pick up a glasses in the scene or whatever, I did people write to me, you know, when that episode, will you pick up the glasses? I don't know. I don't because that study it, they review it people, right? This is my 50th time. Watching the show, em in war members, only jacket in the guy that walked in at the end War members, only Russia like that all the time. So now when the show was live and I got right now yeah they forget about you until it's all done and then when it's done comes back and they watch it over and over and over and over the people that write to me from Australia. Egypt Serbia, yeah England. I can't even log. Serbia everywhere in Serbia. I started watching the whole series again and I watched it the first time all the way through but there's so much. You miss ya and watching at the same time you get the detail work and it's beautiful stuff really good. It's amazing. Now, I was reading one website. Things you didn't know about The Sopranos, a million thing. I've watched it five times and maybe the whole starting off, you know, and when you have a series that people can watch more than once or twice, you know, you've done something that's a permanent, you know, it's like the Godfather right. I mean, I've seen a Godfather wage twenty times he's and I never get sick of any of it. I know all the seeds on, but it's still so well done. I think The Sopranos are the same way because I, you know, when they took it off, they took it off Amazon Prime video. Yeah, and I was, that's where I was watching on my computer, you know, like I'd have a game on with the sound down on the TV and then be watching.
"alphonse" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Yes, you can get stretched too tight and more But high yield hasn't been high yield for the last six months, at least right if he wasn't in the high video coming in Christ So you know, from our perspective, you have massive money supply massive fiscal stimulus. That's just driving all risk assets hired Troy but dining asking this question and the two model the last 13 weeks. What have you learned is an observer of hedge funds about Gamestop and all that Robin Hood and all that, in the long short structure of the hedge fund world, is it forever changed? You know, for others? Just strong term, Tom. Um you know much of the year. Obviously, Gamestop and emcee and stocks like that. I mean, they behaved very similar to what happened in the late nineties. But just on steroids, like everything else is on steroids in this post pandemic period. And so what long should agree managers are doing across the board is they're moving up in market cap in terms of the shorts that they have on They're getting even more diversified, typically their short positions or a quarter to a third out of their lungs. Just because of the asymmetry in your face also went in doubt. If you're concerned about systematic risk, or beta, there's nothing wrong with using the S and P futures or an E. T s to take that risk out. But most importantly, Avoid crowded shorts. That's kind of short in one on one. I understand the profit motives, but you should never be in shorts with more than 30% short interest outstanding. So that's some of the changes that are taking place right now, but try to build on what Tom was talking about. There's sort of a larger question here. Can hutch funds get really outsized value? Can they really find Alfa in a world dominated still so much by Central bank? Liquidity? Ah, world that has proven inauspicious I should say for hedge fund performance over the past decade. Inauspicious is a strong term in the hedge fund industry is the whole did very well last year, particularly particularly protecting capital in March. It's always been challenging to make money on the short side. Most investors expect to lose money through shorts over time, but one of the key to have in short positions is to stay in the game right to mitigate downside and once like March. Q four of 2018 or during the eurozone crisis, so you can protect the downside and then go on offense that be said, and we talked about this last time was on the industry's certainly more net long than they've been in quite some time, because again and that cocktail of fairly good virus news powerful money supply, never ending fiscal stimulus that many would argue it is too large the stage of the game. S Oh, yeah, I'll find the short sides always been hard, but fortunately, there's been both past year and so far this year, there's been more Alphonse alongside. Obviously negative off on the short side. Funny question. Felisa Drum roll. If we got an access your next choice, do it. This is this is for Lisa. This is dedicated. That's okay. Sorry. Do we have an asset shortage? Do we need to issue more debt, Troy? You know, That's a great question, John. Because you know when people look at deficits, what they always look at is the liability side of the balance sheet, and they don't look at the asset side of the balance sheet. So you know as the Fed re fleets, right, and the Fed also Prince. More money in the government issues more debt. What's happened particular the past year is the value of assets has gone on far more than the value of debt. So you could argue that one way to cure that. Is to create more debt. However, you know, the best argument is to have targeted fiscal stimulus that goes after those that are in the most pain and doesn't continue to create many bubble after many bubble after many bubble that will ultimately to quite a hangover when the Fed is forced to tighten, and now we don't expect that any time soon. It's totally not this year, but it's some point. You take it a hangover. There's anger. After late nineties, we had a housing bubble of those. You know, 0506. There was a mini oil bubble. In a way these things always end in tears. And so for the time being, you wanna monetize that, But you have to have an eye. On money supply growth and fed policy. Troy great to catch up. So I know what you guys looking. Well, try, guys get always a pleasure. Thank you, sir Tom. I think it's the question right now and so many people. It might sound really counterintuitive, but I can pick out market after market. I could go through the dynamics of that market and basically painted picture. Whether just isn't enough debt. We have an asset shortage, the commercial paper market in Europe running out a collection in Germany. That's been a problem for a long, long time. The German debt market front and Tom And the recent argument that that's the problem. You know, it's cyclical, and it's very much historical is well, you go back to graham dot and then granddad Katelin the waves over time John of what's the appropriate amount of debt, His tangible I would suggest when you look at Big Tech is a perfect example of they just they're boxed in. They need more debt, and that means what do you do with the money and just get it says This liquidity event that is out there and not only what it does to the upside where the Alfa is created. But to the downside, John, did you notice Abramowitz with Greek letters? Okay. I mean the usage of the great letters, All right, Gamma Alfa. We did that. I want to just say one thing really quickly on this joint of asset shortage. Would we still be talking about this? If we weren't looking at the trillions of dollars in the balance sheets of the central bank? That's why we're talking about. That's why we're talking with. It's sort of how can you talk about a shortage of debt? If there's a big buyer just Keeps covering up all of the dead. That's why we have a shortage of death threats of acid, But you keep issuing more debt, or do you say at what point maybe don't buy as much. Okay, It's one for the news conference, maybe one for chairman Pound Wednesday. Let's Let's focus. Everybody on this show Bitcoin it 5000. We said. They say that Let's Miller's going 55 56 57 when Matt Miller for a pizza for bad a Bitcoin eight years ago, so go for it. That could've retired from New York City this morning. Good morning for our audience worldwide fired up Abramowitz this Tuesday morning. This will be fun fired up. 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"alphonse" Discussed on Jo's Art History Podcast
"Through this post that we spoke earlier of this famous actress year syrup bernard. I just think it's really really interesting. Unlike nikko said there's a low of artists that you probably don't realize for to the term of art nouveau. We'll even win. I was like redon more their series. When said william morris yeah and then when also looked at the iron cross movement. I was like my god is is totally and that's what inspired dark nouveau of nature and celebrate ne. They were very much. Cain of yeah. It's everything obata is just so interested in. And even when i was reading japan funds by. They're not look at japanese worked. I was looking at of course all very interesting. Actually because y japan played such a big role. Because that's an international travel by started to really open up because a lot of glasgow artists of the glasgow boys. Not the glasgow for the glasgow. Boys were very influenced by japanese art and also they started to run residencies between this win. The whole are like pairing setis percentage where you go somewhere and you're like birmingham paired with nuremberg germany. And what high is that so we We're actually glasgow's actually period with nuremberg was essentially. But there's Seti period and i knew why i don't know why don't know of the history of. I know that it happens. But you know the opened up for residencies but it was it was can i do know cultural exchange program and his embracing that and that's really really important but also another very famous art nouveau artists for example. Some as gustaf clint. Who's very famous exactly. So it's very famous for the cast. Yeah and you know has beautiful gold series Again very very or need very decorative very dream light on. Yeah very all encompassing of the movement cynical. Is there anything else on that. You feel like it's really important that we knew in for me. I think it's a personal thing. I really think aren't if it was something. That the we off graphic design and the use of tape offi Is something that's very prominent. There's an awfully because it was advertisement so he would have to use tape. Boker faint away that not only would complement the work but was also worked for the advertisement. Because obviously he's paid to show off the product so stadi- interesting to see higher. He was able to do what he loved to do. But also in a way that would complement the product. Never really had to give up on his true self.
"alphonse" Discussed on Jo's Art History Podcast
"Because as i said before because the technology the team and with lithograph penton meant he could mass-produce advertisements so anne kane of shooting jewel page link saint joe that's link but every woman is just losing elegance and ministers a child she is. Just i really serena asarco. They just look like goddesses why. I really love about his work. Was i really feel. It celebrates incredible on wonderful. Women are because they deserve to be celebrated in there's an advert for 'em champagne baskets. So that's was done in eighteen ninety six and it has to women and the peace with a man that the female just seems to have. This is the continued thing with like the wet brush. Carl's it's it just looks like a heel render heads like she's the most important thing in this room and even your eyes are just instantly drawn to the women that he draws in peace here man. Yeah you're completely right. So i just feel mika very much celebrated women and when you look at his folio works so there's over two hundred and forty. Six paintings is all women and it's because they are just such important subject massar and an are just used to add sale. There's one that you showed me earlier. And the so as a woman and a man really good example of this on the women and this assuming is an art fair as it was. Oh it's a poster for printing work yet because he's the prisoner. This is during this piece as we look at it. So there's a piece. Kazan fells which was a printing works. We are printing press a printing praise and the male model is bid much dark colors blues with raids and the female is cream in orange with blue hair so it makes her stunned. I actually believe that she's meant to be the ink his that's hard printed more and more but it just shows that the women's meant to stand over the mind the females the most important part and once again she's naked draped in fabric because it just creates cain of gold higher being qena feel And our hair. Just can't pair physically will join their body just absolutely adored the way that you draws women and even the way that he draws hair as always draw here vega exaggerated in weapon closely and Because of having nuclear drew women's hair but he didn't just work in advertising. Let you said chiasso. He was a very accomplished painter. Very beautiful painter. Yes as i've said over two hundred and forty six paintings always you know with the theme of nature and there's a cds once again am called. The four seasons is the personification of the seasons as women. It's the same thing again. frames the females the center for the piece the treat and fabric just even winter. Who would be the coldest just even wrapped up. She just looked so beautiful there here always long and draped dying with Like the cane of webster's gaps to shoot the negative space as well and it's just individually dictated with each one having a frame. It's just such a beautiful technique and so as a painting series as a mural at somewhere painting. cd's that was a lot of his stuff was painted cd. So you'd always do things in force and it would always be of the same theme. The seasons the moon there was another. Another cds coleman stars okay and that was four women and front of the moon in different stages of the and working these seen no or these are these private collections. Are these in museum collections. Well i've seen a few of these pieces and real life..
"alphonse" Discussed on KOMO
"Call for a free legal consultation at 1 805 78 24 100. That's 1 805 78 24 101 805 78 24 100. Trouble for a member of the Kansas City Chiefs coaching staff seems Britt Reid and assistant to his father. Chiefs head coach Andy Reid, was involved in a multi car crash outside the team's practice facility last Thursday night that put a five year old girl in the hospital critical list. Britt Reid, now under investigation after an officer on the scene reported they could smell a moderate odor of alcoholic beverages. And reads, eyes were bloodshot and read, read, admitting he had 2 to 3 drinks and was on prescription Adderall, according to a police report. A B C's Will Reeve in Miami A memorial service for Daniel Elfin, one of two FBI agents killed last week in a gunfight with the suspected child pornographer. Alphonse brother Dennis. You're not just sent by a colleague. A friend, a brother, a son, a father or a husband. We're collectively ensuring his memory lives on. FBI Director Christopher Wray was among those attending made the memory. Who? Dan Woz. What he stood for. And what you meant to all of us. Give you comfort. In the days to come. The Nashville songwriter's Hall of Fame announced the death of Jim Weatherly. He wrote the big hits for Gladys Knight and the Pips, including Midnight Train to Georgia. Jim Weatherly was 77. This is ABC News. Have.
FBI honors second fallen agent with memorial service in Hard Rock Stadium
"Preparations getting underway for fallen FBI agent Daniel Alphonse Memorial service in Hollywood Tak Street is gonna be closed. Between State Road seven and 64th Avenue. They're going to move down 64 pines and then jump on the turnpike heading south to hard rock stadium or they're gonna do the memorial service at 1 45.
FBI holds memorial services for slain agents in Miami Gardens
"Tomorrow's another. But today was the first of two memorials for the two FBI agents killed earlier this week while they were acting on an arrest warrant in the Fort Lauderdale area at the service of Hard Rock Stadium outside Miami. FBI director Christopher Wray on agent Laura Schwarzenberger, We can find joy in her strength. Laughter. Her legacy. And in the fact that the FBI today is better. And stronger because of what Laura gave a second memorial for FBI agent Dan Alphonse.
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"To Clearwater Police in Plant City are searching for a man who stole a 2018 Hyundai accent from a parking lot near the Strawberry Festival grounds Wednesday that contained about 30 vials or about 300 doses of the covert 19 vaccine. Officer. Jerry Swan was asked if he thought the thief knew the vials were inside the vehicle. That's unclear at this time. It doesn't appear to look Be that way. But festival site is one of the places where seniors and health care workers are getting the shot in Hillsborough County, The Florida Department of Health today reported 7700 new coronavirus cases along with 228 recent resident deaths. Funeral arrangements are being made for the two FBI agents killed during raid and sunrise. The body of special agent Lauren Schwarzenberger has been transferred to a funeral home in Pompano Beach. Special agent Daniel Alphonse body has been moved to a separate funeral home in Hollywood, while No specific dates have been set for either. Agent. Police are still investigating the agents death as they tried to serve a search warrant at the home of a child pornography suspect who opened fire on them. Evolution County vehicle maintenance worker was fatally shot this morning in Daytona Beach, allegedly by a co worker, and what Sheriff Mike Chitwood says was a love triangle. The sheriff says the suspect, confronted the victim about his relationship with his wife and shot him multiple times, then waited for deputies to arrive, then were directed their attention to a gentleman who was standing by a white pickup truck. That gentleman turned out to be a shooter, the our shooter and cooperated with us fully and admitted that he did. In fact, shoot his coworker, Florida's largest city is taking steps to find permanent housing for the homeless. Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curries announced a new initiative called Pathway to Home about 75. Adults at a homeless camp will be put up in hotels until permanent housing is found for them with Florida's news. I'm John Conrad on another option could be coming..
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"90 with another update in 30 minutes sweeping mandate on public transportation as the U. S surpasses 26 million Copan 19 cases the CDC make King masks mandatory on public transportation nationwide Monday amid ramped up efforts to get Americans vaccinated. Thousands lining up in mass vaccination sites like course field in Denver and a Dallas car stretching for miles. Some people turned away because of high demand. This is not a vaccine in Los Angeles, some anti vaccine and far right protesters temporarily blocking off access to Dodger Stadium. BC's Trevor Rawls President Biden calling on Congress to pass is $1.9 Trillion economic Relief package. Many Republicans argue the price tag is too steep Protests A car across Russia for the second weekend in a row reports that authorities have already made more than 2200 arrests today grounds taking to the streets demanding the release of opposition leader Alexei Navalny. Dave Packer, ABC News Dangerous Across the board meeting's expressway 20 minutes at the satellite cook, Rhoda Kennedy inbound Kennedy like the album pushed to Harry 25 40 minutes on the side of the Eisenhower 3 19 The old Post office Stevenson 35 to 40 minutes. Veterans today. Sure, Dr Alphonse and Harlem crashed the block in the right shoulder. Dan, right, 25 other side and 95th in the burn interchange who's up on express Lanes has a 47th street accident in the left lane 43 of our planet simply Exam and partially blind with the crash crash eastbound and westbound 80 at the Grange and the ramp restrictions evident either side south on Veterans Memorial Toei accident in the right name and maple one An Army trail road as well overturned vehicle blocking the right name. Westmont 80 94 Kennedy Avenue with a number of local crashes, like in Bloomingdale, Gary Avenue and Shake, So Please be cautious. Funding wls. Amen. And you Traffic center. I'm change. Damn it with your next update in 30 minutes. Hi, there. This Baby Boomers and retirees Stop the stealing of your retirement savings. Leftists are calling for a redistribution of wealth that will increase your tax on your retirement that you worked so hard to earn. National talk show.
"alphonse" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Didn't ever really look lost out there and that that's one of the things I mean, on day one we saw with the national team lot of grabby nature from some of these corners from some of these DVDs didn't see as much of that with the American team, which again it shows you kind of woman athleticism standpoint. They had the ability to stay with these receivers, and they felt confident being out there. Yeah, I thought he looked good Humps and the Cyril Dean. There's another guy that had had a great Daisy told you of his length man shows up. He was one that he was one that showed up as well. I thought he looked pretty good. Um, overall, I wish you could've seen border Act like I just got cut a little short, so I didn't really get to see as much is maybe, you know, full practice, but we look forward to get more on that tomorrow. But, yeah, I thought I thought the DBS look look pretty good. Overall mill Farm was one guy that a lot of people are gonna be after. That's not just, you know, Broncos eyeballing that. That's just probably had the Raiders eyeballing that every cover three team out there is gonna cover it covered his length. And you know, middle of field open teams are going to cover it covered his ability to hit, so he's going to be one of those in demand. Guys that make a draft a little ahead of where he should be simply because he's gonna be so in demand in the valuation on him. Team's gonna recognize. Hey, if we want to get him, we got to jump well, early I wanna be. I wanna watch a little more Bryan Mills out of North Carolina Central And Aaron Robinson at a central Florida There's a couple of names their quarterback that want to see a little bit more of, but I'm definitely intrigued. Rochelle was a guy who brought up yesterday. Another small school guy. That I want to see a little bit more from but you know that DJ Daniel had an OK day out of Georgia. I'm not huge, DJ Daniel guy, but I thought you looked okay out there. And, uh, yeah, we mentioned Alphonse Woo. Um, my guy Richard Grant had a couple of nice plays. There's certainly you know, moments where, you know, like Steve Atwater mentioned we brought him up last week about how he's a little flat footed sometimes, uh, there definitely was a couple of moments like that, but I thought otherwise, when he had to play up when he had you know what they played seven on seven. Hey, was obviously Good there, too. So I thought Richard Grant looked pretty good. I mean, overall like, said the DBS for the American team are just far away so much talent out there. I'm looking forward to seeing what they do in the game. Yeah. You know who we haven't talked about Rochet. I thought he had a good day, and we didn't talk about him. Oh, yeah. We don't talk about him at all. I thought he had a great day. I thought that I thought he played pretty well. Um, I am. I'm just trying to run down the list of the list of names and you know that I had an A plus plus day and in the Faraday in the Plus column is that we're sharing the Americans. He said she was one that I should have. Should have jotted down. I think he's in the national team, actually, but it just it just sorry. Just kind of dawned on me, okay? Yeah. No, I definitely noticed him today. Um, I I couldn't remember which team he was on, but I remember I definitely member seeing him earlier today. Um, you know, I saw on the office of line and I was on Deonte Smith. Ah, lot of people talk about a great day. You had a little bad syriza in there, though he got put on skates. Pretty bad by your boy was a Ricky. Um, but and then he false started on the next play. And then he kind of picked himself back up. Start recovering again. I thought he looked I thought he looked all right, trying to get the other players that I made a mental note on William Bradley King. Tell you like him out of Baylor. Yeah, I made a medical note that I saw a couple of good reps out of him. S o just guys that I'll be focused in on dialed in. I know that I've got a baseline. See who jumps out at you tomorrow and then the guys that jumped out at you. They see if they continue that with any kind of continuity the way that they played today, well for staying on the offensive line for just a moment. I mean, clearly Alex. Mother would look every bit as you'd expect him to be another first round guy. Landon Dickerson, that interior offensive lineman was getting some notes from some of the scallops for some of the people out there about his leadership. He was a guy that was kind of helping everybody get lined up and and look good. And you sort of expect that out of an Alabama player. But we both those guys I thought looked really, really good out there and improve their stock offensive line, Missy, you're moving through here. Other notes I had in Cleveland left for a little bit. But here good. And until before he left, I thought he looked really, really good out there. And Yeah. Oh, you know, I want to get to my, uh, my tight end that made the catch of the day Tree training kitty out of Georgia. Yeah, he cuts his back shoulder. Where he had to make this adjustment, and he caught it. One handed now again, placements everything, and it wasn't necessarily intended to be a one hand catch. But the fact that he did that number 87 Toward his body, one handed catch falling away. That was Unbelievable kind of body control for a guy that big Yeah, I vaguely remember seeing that I think of the corner of my eye. It's tough. It's tough to catch every right. You just trying to flip from, you know, from play to play. I thought overall, your guy Carlos passion play pretty well put him in the plus column today. Cailan Hill. I think he had you put him in the plus column today. Um, Peyton Turner, Aaron Robinson. Both those guys. I think I'm just trying to go back over and Jordan Smith look good. And one of the ones you may be right. I didn't see much like he's got we liked. We both agreed that we liked him. You know, coming into this thing, so he's one will probably have to have to keep an eye on tomorrow. But overall, you know what I think was a solid day one with practice getting cut short, little bit. The rain It's nice to get out there on getting kinda gets the baselines on some of these guys and You know, we'll we'll continue to keep our eye on the Quarterback position, but I'm not sure the savior is in this group. No, I'm not either linebacker a couple guys I want to throw at you and see if you had a chance to check him out today. KJ Brit. At Auburn and Gabriel Cox at L s u Cox looked pretty good out there. Uh, Britt. I only saw a couple of plays every time I got. Look, he was jogging back to the sidelines like, you know, kinda one of those things that I just happen to miss him a bunch, But, um, I thought the kid out unless you look pretty good, Cox, I thought, you know he was good in coverage..
"alphonse" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Right here, answering your questions and talking about the things that truly matter in life. Of course, the afterlife. Encourage you to be bold and brave and go to your phone with your theology, Question or life situation. Question anywhere in the U. S of a dial 805 to 01534. That's 805 to 01534. Funds. Welcome to the Jesus Christ Show. Hello, Jesus. I haven't important question I've been pondering for a while. And it's the question is Does the Bible teach that we can know when the end of the world will be? Well, that's a big one, huh? That's something that comes up quite a bit. You know that everybody that has used scripture or numerology or any of these things to try and predict when the end times will be here. Have been wrong up into this point, and now there's another 1, 2000 and 12 and they continue to you know, the year 2000 was one and they'll continue to come up with it. The fact remains that Scripture says That but of that day and hour, no one knows not even the Angels of Heaven nor the son, but the father alone. There is nothing in Scripture that points to the fact that anyone will know the end time. It's does say that you might know this season. Mean they're gonna be certain things that you will see that you can go. Okay. We're closer than ever before. But there's no there's no way to calculate in Scripture or to find out if anything, Scripture says quite the opposite that there is no one that is going to know specifically the day nor the hour. Andre. Part of the reason one of the reasons is is that you're not You don't want people cramming for a test. You want people to seek God all the time to be prepared every minute of every day. You should be prepared for the return. So it's that's kind of the mentality you should be in. And this whole kind of trying to find the Finish date doesn't make any sense because you're to live every moment as if it's your last. Anyways, you're to live every moment seeking God fulfilling God's Commandments, um, seeking and desiring to know God better and have got no you so that shouldn't change no matter if you had a demarcation of the end of times. And I think it kind of becomes a You know, kind of just gets people uncomfortable, and it's trying to go away to try and get people into the church. And I don't think it's a very honest way of doing that. So to answer your questions simply and to the point, sir no. There's there's nothing specific in Scripture That's going to point to the end times or when the end is is coming. The study of the end times is called escapology actually means this the study of last things. And I often joke with people, Alphonse that they should study it last Because it's it's really it's wonderfully fascinating. And as far as understanding the end times it's it's purposeful in the book of Revelation is focused with focused on those things, but there's only so much you can know and to get lost in those things to get lost in a place where It's you know all about the end times and you're not present becomes a problem. Because now your Not here now. Focus on the things of today. Be here in the here and now and you're better off. To try and think of it as if you were going to know when the Times is gonna you know, when the last day of Earth Is going to be in existence. I'm not sure what you would do with that information. If you had it. How would you benefit from it? What gain to your physical self or to your spirituals? Self? How does that affect your Christian walk to know when the end is here? It's almost sometimes when people talk about it that you wonder. Are you just looking for? It's like when our guests coming here so we can clean up the house. Well, if you kept your house clean all the time, then it wouldn't matter when they showed up..
"alphonse" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Your questions and talking about the things that truly matter in life. Of course, the afterlife encourage you to be bold and brave and go to your phone with your theology. Question or life situation. Question anywhere in the U. S. Of a I'll dial 805 to 01534 That's 805 to 01534. Funds. Welcome to the Jesus Christ Show. Hello, Jesus. Hi. I haven't important question I've been pondering for a while. And it's the question is Does the Bible teach that we can know when the end of the world will be? Well, that's a big one, huh? That's something that comes up quite a bit. You know that everybody that has used scripture or numerology or any of these things to try and predict when the end times will be here. Have been wrong up into this point, and now there's another 1, 2000 and 12 and they continue to you know, the year 2000 was one and they'll continue to come up with it. The fact remains that Scripture says That but of that day and hour, no one knows not even the Angels of Heaven nor the son, but the father alone. There is nothing in Scripture that points to the fact that anyone will know the end time. It's does say that you might know this season. I mean, they're gonna be certain things that you will see that you can go. Okay. We're closer than ever before. But there's no there's no way to calculate in Scripture or to find out if anything, Scripture says quite the opposite that there is no one that is going to know specifically the day nor the hour. Andre. Part of the reason one of the reasons is is that you're not You don't want people cramming for a test. You want people to seek God all the time to be prepared every minute of every day. You should be prepared for the return. So it's that's kind of the mentality you should be in. And this whole kind of trying to find the You finished date doesn't make any sense because you're to live every moment as if it's your last. Anyways, you're to live every moment seeking God fulfilling God's Commandments, um, seeking and desire into no God better and have got no you so that shouldn't change no matter if you had a demarcation of the end of times. And I think it kind of becomes a You know, kind of just gets people uncomfortable, and it's trying to go away to try and get people into the church. And I don't think it's a very honest way of doing that. So to answer your questions simply and to the point, sir no. There's there's nothing specific in Scripture. That's gonna point to the end times or when the end is coming. The study of the end times is called escapology actually means this the study of last things. Often joke with people, Alphonse that they should study it last Because it's it's really it's wonderfully fascinating. And as far as understanding the end times it's it's purposeful in the book of Revelation is focused with focused on those things, but there's only so much you can know and to get lost in those things to get lost in a place where It's you know all about the end times and you're not present becomes a problem. Because now your Not here now. Focus on the things of today. Be here in the here and now and you're better off. To try and think of it as if you were going to know when the Times is gonna you know, when the last day of Earth Is going to be in existence. I'm not sure what you would do with that information. If you had it. How would you benefit from it? What gain to your physical self or to your spirituals? Self? How does that affect your Christian walk to know when the end is here? It's almost sometimes when people talk about it that you wonder. Are you just looking for? It's like when our guests coming here so we can clean up the house. Well, if you kept your house clean all the time, then it wouldn't matter when they showed up. If you kept yourself in check if you're constantly in a state of, uh, seeking God. Looking to know God looking to better yourself than to concern yourself with the end times is of no consequence. Right there. Therefore, you welcome me when I return. And that you were always ready for that return. That you desire to be in a state of Of of welcoming And that you continually bettering yourself each and every day and then it shouldn't matter. It all shouldn't make a difference. You know, people that it kind of has Ah, strange sex appeal to it and that people are very curious about knowing the future. But really, it's about participating in the present that I'm the most concerned about..
"alphonse" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Here. That's a that's a guy's band. His name is Alphonse Mouzon. Alphonse moves on his last name spelled M You mou Excuse me, Mou Z O N. Is that a cool name or what offense Because I think he's out of New Orleans Pence you get a name like that. The tune's called him. I'm glad that you're here. I did that too deep, You know, one of my greatest pleasures in life. These days. It's it's evolved. Its expanded contracted one of my greatest pleasures in life. Now one of my brief periods of elation. Is driving late at night. I'm talking 123 in the morning. All alone and then something like that on the box and you're out on. Maybe I don't know, drawn on a freeway with nothing around her. Back road and you're You got a constant prayer going in your mind. Please don't let me hit it here. Please, God, don't let me get up. Dear God, please don't put it down for me. God, please, Please don't make a jerk out personal manager. Don't let me have a homeless drifter. Don't we had a dear, Please, God, please. But that's just wailing in the box. You know, I'm talking about That's one of them Their brief periods of elation and don't let me hit a deer. There are next year. It's alternative bump music Friday. It's what we do here. I don't know if the people in that band had quite a few of them. Skilled musicians. I don't know if they were drug addicts. Sexual perverts. I don't know. But gentlemen, as I mentioned yesterday, told me that he didn't like, well prominent email. You said I needed to get away from playing music by sexual perverts and Drug fiends and I needed to get into playing. I don't know more wholesome music, something I wasn't clear, said I should play more blues. We would place in blue, sir. But as I pointed out, and I couldn't be more serious about this It wasn't for drug addicts, sexual perverts people that are barely keeping their monster. Annalise. You would have very few creative project. You wouldn't have another Greek tragedies. You don't have anything. Probably Shakespeare. You wouldn't have buck Beethoven. I mean, we were freaking nuts and again if you can't judge people by what they do in their personal life, as long as they're not hurting you or somebody else who gives a damn what they do. But anyway, the vast majority Of cool music, wake or music is well drug fiends and sexual perverts Michael Jackson. I mean, Michael Jackson reprehensible. Reprehensible. But if you think I'm gonna stop playing off the wall, you're crazy. I mean, that's incredible stuff and all the all the musicians in the background. And by the way, all of these country western musicians Blues musicians, all the people that you may think are wholesome, their drug fiends and perverts. Can you say Hank Williams? We played him a little while back. We played the Hank doing Ah! Never get out of this world alive. Now, that was one of the ones. We went out of a break and I never backing down. So's that was the second tomb replayed of the day today. Yeah, Alternative music Friday. We're having some kind of fun here. Chatting with a pal of mine and Facebook, who's having a hard time finding nine millimeter ammunition. If anybody has any heads up on now, where you get that stuff. I know I've bought just about everything. I get my hands on out of a place called ammo, Man that calm and they aren't They now have some of it there. They don't have the kind of lots that I would buy it because back in the back seat back in the day back before the panic of 2020 you could. You would buy lots of 1000 you go on and maybe get 1000 rounds of 762 by 39. And it cost you model 300 bucks. If that Now. Good luck finding anything good, like or, you know, 1000 round lots of nine millimeter and you could get good stuff. I mean, you know for a ball ammunition for target out there shooting whatever. And you get self defense, but These days. I don't know. All bets are off because everybody has panicked and bought. Give me everything you've got. So Good luck. If anybody knows as a secret handshake now Dick Cup, he told me a pretty sure it was him. He told me about a site. Where you plug in what you want. And it does this amazingly fast computer site of database of every ammo purveyor, I think in history of mankind, but it very extensive. And then it goes bam and shows you where what you're looking for, is might not be anywhere near here. Could be a little gun shop in Who knows Saugatuck could be a little gun shop and Butte, Montana, Whatever. But the bottom line is is that it searches and finds what you want. I don't have that handy. In fact, Derek, would you send me an email? Remind me. I mean, calm on the brake. Get to get that database search on ammunition. Ah, that I think I got from Dick Cup key. It'll all make sense when I see the E mail. Yeah, We're having some kind of fun playing critical music here on Fridays and I don't know about you, but we need it, don't we? You know, we just we just came to the tail end of a coup. It's been a successful coup. It really has that their coup succeeded the communist coup of 20 wing called 2020 2021, but it really started on steroids in 2016. It's succeeded. It's been a success. More about.
"alphonse" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Way. Continue again for both of this talk radio and Facebook live One more segment to go just about eight minutes or so. So, tiger back to our conversation. And John has more ideas as we talk about trees. Yes. So I was mentioning the photo carpets and you know you find a variety of tree. Um, that you can sometimes find other variety cultivars that get to the height that you want. Now, The one thing that you know, Brian, you were saying is maybe invest in something a little bit more established. If you're going for something shorter, they usually take longer. And so, yeah, that you might have to invest in a 24 inch ball. You pay a little more to get it, get it that you want us all you want because you go in the nursery. You're gonna look it's gonna be sure. And so, Yeah, so well, First of all, she wants to block her neighbors for you into her bedroom. So I would definitely get shades or drapes or something first, because you're gonna need Time time plant to grow. And if you want your privacy, But Tiger what do you think about this idea for a second story rather than going with traditional hedge or, you know, shrub? What about a small tree? Like saying a goddess fluctuates. So that would definitely block out the second story, and you're only looking at what about 15 Ft. 18 ft. Max and they grow pretty quick and they grow pretty quick and, you know, unfortunately, there's not a lot of plants that will say grow to 10 ft. And stop fast, really fast and then stuff But something like the A goddess is, uh, It's the common names of peppermint tree because the leaves when you crush him smell like peppermint, so I would look into that, and that's something you can get it most garden centers, right. I don't know if you guys carrying but no, it's a very common. You can't get it in most garden centers, and they even have one called after dark, which is a burgundy forces. Which Lord I wouldn't recommend that one for her situation because it would Take forever and they tend to be a little bit more sparse, grown that after dark, but you know is you mentioned if you have the whip if you have the width and you don't need the hedge style where it's narrow, you know, there are a lot of wonderful, you know. Shorter trees. I mean, you even we know we were talking about red, but earlier that one loses its leaves in the wintertime, which maybe not be a great privacy. True, But there are other shorter trees like that. That are evergreen. You know, Magnolia, little Jim Magnolia, You know, great evergreen tree That is not super tall. I think it might be a bit short. I think they top out at 15 Ft. But you know again, back to the cultivars. There are a lot of varieties of magnolia. You know, you could go all the way to the extreme. You know? What's the grand of Flora? Is it just Grand a floor that giant magnolia that get his size of a building or you go to little gym, which you know will be 15. You know, when I was a kid, I remember neighbors that you know. There might have been if m sure there was a fence but then to grow even further over the fence. They planted bamboo all the way down the fence line, So he had the fence, and then he had another one can actually 20 ft. That's another great idea. Because there you don't want giant timber, bamboo, but for her situation, Alphonse Karr and you'd want clumping bamboo.
The Hippie Trail Killer Charles Sobhraj
"We're all born with the need to be nurtured and loved we cry out for our parents when we're hurt or when we're scared for those whose please go unheard however, the desire for affection is sometimes unbearable and can lead down a dark road. Charles Sobhraj. Never felt the love and support of a stable family. He was born in the spring of nineteen forty four in Saigon French Indochina better known today as Vietnam. His mother was a shop girl named Chen Lang Fun who went by Noy and his father Hotan Chun Sobhraj was a wealthy Indian textile merchants but the union wasn't to last when Charles was only. Two years old noise took her son away from Hotan after learning he had another wife back in India. Fortunately, for Noye, she found a new start with French army Lieutenant Alfons Doro they fell in love and married in nineteen forty eight when Charles was four but Charles wanted nothing to do with his new stepfather and long to be reunited with coach and his real family. He got his wish in one, thousand, nine, hundred, forty, nine when they moved to France with Alphonse and sent five year old Charles to live with his father. But the reunion didn't go as Charles expected just like his mother Ho Chun had remarried and started a new family amidst the growing number of half siblings. Charles struggled to compete for hotel son's attention and felt unbearably neglected. Vanessa's going to take over and the psychology here, and throughout the episode please note Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist, but she has done a lot of research for this show thanks Greg unlike some of the serial killers we've discussed in the past Charles never faced physical or sexual abuse. Instead, he endured a different kind of childhood trauma. He was ignored in favor of his half brothers and sisters according to psychiatrist Bruce, Perry, feelings of parental neglect can lead to increased aggression and cruelty. He adds that one of the most disturbing elements of this aggression is that it is often accompanied by a detached cold lack of empathy. Charles started showing signs of this developing aggression over the next three years. He joined a gang of street thugs who attacked and robbed on spending tourists. Unsurprisingly, his criminal activity didn't win his father's affection. In fact, when Noyon Alfons returned to Saigon in nineteen fifty to poach on sent eight-year-old Charles. His mother it's likely that the feeling of being unwanted by both parents haunted Charles for the rest of his life. In Saigon, Charles was still a handful. So in an attempt to curtail the unruly behaviour, Stepfather Alfonse formally adopted Charles, but it made no difference. The young boy was beyond caring about the acceptance of his family worse as he got older Charles started showing signs of Machiavelli Anisim the psychological trait based around manipulation and his favourite victim was his half brother. Andre. Andre, idolized his older brother which made him. The perfect target for Charles's machinations when Charles was ten years old, he convinced two year old Andre to steal from a shopkeeper when the toddler was caught under a confessed to their mother that Charles put him up to it to which Charles proudly scoffed I can always find an idiot to do what I want. It was clear to know that something had to be done before things got out of hand. So in. Fifty Nine Nov moved the family from Saigon to Marseille hoping the change would help to manage Charles's behaviour and further his education she enrolled the fifteen year old and an agricultural school, but it didn't help though he did display an industrious nature that December Charles tried to make some pocket money by selling Christmas cards on the street but his sales tactics were aggressive. The troubled teen was arrested for threatening people with a knife when they refuse to buy his cards in another bid to reform her son noise secured Charles a job at a cafe in Paris perhaps, some menial Labor would straighten him out that year. Charles Bounce from one Parisian restaurant to. Another either working as a busboy or kitchen hand peeling vegetables and washing dishes Charles, hated the work. But no, he refused to let her son slide. He needed structure Charles moved up in the ranks of fine dining and near the end of nineteen sixty became a busboy at la, Cupola of favorite eatery for the Parisian elite according to journalist Thomas Thomson at La cooply. Charles caught glimpses of high society from his place in the back. Those few seconds is the kitchen door flapped open were enough to inspire Charles to strive for more to be rich like them,
Brit Bennett: The Vanishing Half
"And Silver Bland, and this is bookworm. My guest today Brit Bennett is the talk of the literary world her book. The vanishing half made its debut at number one on the New York Times. Bestseller list now like me. You may not think much of bestseller was but my big surprise when I picked it up is that it's a wonderful book? It's very enjoyable to read, and it's only Brit. Bennett's second book won't was the originating idea for the vanishing half. Well thanks for having me The book actually began a conversation I had with my mother where she was telling me about this town. She remembered hearing about from her childhood, growing up in rural Louisiana and it was a town. Where was a community of light skinned black people that continued to intermarry within that community in hopes that their children would progressively lighter from generation to generation, so it really struck me as I'm very strange, disturbing idea, also place, and of course as a novelist that immediately makes you think. Oh, this is the setting for a novel. We? Get a very. Dramatic sense of that sending early in the book and I'm going to ask Brooke Bennett to read. The section that describes the town. It has a great name. The name of the town is Mallard and it's named after a duck. Go It was a strange town. Mallard named after the ring necked ducks, living in the rice fields and marshes, a town that like any other was more idea than place. The idea arrived to Alphonse to soar in eighteen, forty eight, as he stood in the sugar cane fields. He'd inherited from the father who'd once owned him. The father now dead, the now freed son wished to build something on those acres of land that would last for centuries to come. A town for men like him who never be accepted as white, but refused to be treated like Negroes a third-place his mother rest. Her soul had hated his lightness when he was a boy, she'd shopped him under the sun, begging him to darken. Maybe that's what made him I dream of the town. Lightness like anything inherited at great cost was lonely gift. He'd married him lotto even lighter than himself. She was pregnant with their first child, and he imagined children's Children's children lighter still like a cup of coffee steadily done rooted with cream, a more perfect Negro, each generation lighter than the one before. Soon others came. Soon idea in place became inseparable in Mallard carried throughout the rest of Saint Landry parish colored. People whispered about it wondered about it. White people couldn't believe even existed. When Saint Catherine's was built in nineteen, thirty eight, the diocese set over a young priest from Dublin who arrived certain that he was lost, didn't the bishop tally that Mallard was a colored town? who were these people walking about? Fair and Blonde and red headed the darkest ones nose year than a Greek was this accounted for colored in America who whites wanted to keep separate. How could they tell the difference? By the time, the being twins were born Afonso store was dead long gone. But his great great great granddaughters inherited his legacy whether they wanted to or not. Even desharnais complained before every founder's day picnic. Who rolled her eyes? When the founder was mentioned in school, as if none of that business had anything to do with her. This would stick after the twins disappeared. How desert never wanted to be part of a town that was her birth rate how she felt that you could flick away history like shrugging a hand off your shoulder. Can escape a town. You cannot escape blood. Somehow the twins believe themselves capable both. And yet if Alphonse to store could have stroll through the town. He'd imagined he would have been thrilled by the side of his great great great granddaughters, twin girls, creamy skin, Hazel Eyes wavy hair. He would marveled at them for the child to be a little more perfect in the parents. What could be more wonderful than that? The Breath Bennett reading. The section from the opening, ten pages of her novel, the vanishing half. Now. Tell me. This idea, the idea of the town that is designed to get wider and wider and to exile or expel those people who are violations of its aspiration toward whiteness. This is a horrifying idea just as in. Edward P. Jones's novel, the known world, a town where freed black people on black slaves themselves. Tell me how to we get ideas as dangerous and strange as these. Long I started so when I started thinking about the book I I read about similar communities to the stat existed of Louisiana, these krill communities of fair skin, black people who believed very deeply that it was better to be light, who were suspicious of darker skinned black people in wanted to kind of insulate their community against who they perceived as being outsiders to me. Book was taking. This idea of color is on just pushing it to extremes by locating the physical town in sort of pushing the. The extremes of that ideology to think about what it would look like. If color is not just a you know something that's abstract, if it's not just something that you think of as a preference or sort of personal opinion about light skin, being better than dark skin, what is it like if this is something that is actually kind of instituted in place and to the degree that the population is almost almost kind of genetically engineering at so that their children can can become lighter and
Uber Driver Arrested On Suspicion Of Raping Passenger In Fontana
"Well I never driver arrested on suspicion of raping an intoxicated female passenger who possibly passed out in his car early Sunday morning in Fontana passenger requested an uber ride home after going drinking with friends in on Terrio thirty two year old alarms okay a picture up the Fontana police said quote the victim either fell asleep or passed out in carries car the victim a woke to her over driver Alphonso K. having sex with her close quote Hey later called Fontana police and said that a writer may say he raped her during consensual sex got mad stay are the the victim apart me this is the guy I'm sorry I'm I get this complete around the again the drivers chi Alphonse okay easy over driver who is now under arrest so he calls Fontana police and says that one of his passengers may say he raped her during consensual sex and that the victim got mad stated something about being raped and wandered out of this car this all took place around three thirty AM at McDermott park in later interview the driver told officers he knew the victim was very intoxicated at the time but still offered him sex he was booked into San Bernadino county detention under suspicion of rape V. the Fontana spokesperson after Jenny events or said we trust you were drivers to take a some especially we've been intoxicated or we need a ride or for stranded of course we trust them in in there a great tool to get us back home safely so this is very disturbing I'm so that so here's how this works no matter what he says she still have the testimony of our friends who put her in the over that red she was ripped or whatever under California law having sex with someone who is quote prevented from resisting by any intoxicating or an anesthetic substance or a controlled substance both quote can result in a sentence of up to eight years and this is basically the roof the law the the effectively that's what it means is that yeah you know if you're not responsible well I'm but what it means is if you're not capable of giving consent that's rape and and who knows maybe you're just so drunk you don't resist or even say the words yes or whatever but if you're not capable of knowing it in California that still works as rape so there is that so sounds like the drivers trying to set up a defense of probably won't work in California in any way shape or
After The Atlantic expos, will Bryan Singer continue to work in Hollywood?
"KCRW sponsors include southwestern law, schools, Biedermann, entertainment and media law institute study, entertainment and get a law degree in two three or four years apply or take the virtual tour S W law dot EDU slash KCRW. I'm Kim masters, and this is the Hollywood breakdown joining me as Matt Bellamy of the Hollywood reporter, and Matt Hollywood is talking about the Atlantic's expose on Bryan singer. And we have covered Bryan singer, many people have taken a swing at trying to write the definitive expose on Bryan singer. It took these reporters a year to write this article. But finally, they have an on the record source and some who are not on the record who are alleging that Bryan singer raped them when they were underage, and it the question now is what if anything will happen, right because this expose has dropped not only in the middle of an Oscar race where a film that is still credit. Wanted to Brian singer as the director bohemian rhapsody, even though he was fired off the project is now in the mix for best picture and best actor among others at the Oscars and Bryan singer had lined up more work. He was scheduled to direct this red Sonja movie for a substantial pay day for millennium films that we'll see if that ever happens now. Yeah. I mean, the broader question, of course, also goes to the culture of Hollywood because I would argue that the the whispers and more than whispers about Bryan singer were as prevalent in Hollywood as the whispers about Harvey Weinstein. I think it was as much of an open secret probably for just about as long and we've written stories where we've kind of skittered up to the edge of this kind of allegation, but it has been very very difficult and again credit to these reporters to get anybody to go on the record even two or even to talk in detail and offer credible allegations off the records because that is when you offer aid because when you off. For details that identifies you, and I I know from doing these stories people, even when they are told they can speak without their names being used are afraid of identifying details and afraid of retaliation. We should say that Bryan singer has denied these allegations. And he has called them, homophobic. You know, the the Bryan singer case was always interesting because so much of the claims centered around this company called den D E N that was a kind of early first internet, boom company and the CEO of that company was a good friend of Brian singers and later was accused of sexual assault and pled guilty and is now a registered sex offender. But there was a mansion that was associated with that company where all sorts of things were alleged to have gone on. And Bryan singer was a big part of that. And there was a case about four or five years ago where somebody that actually sued Bryan singer and court made pretty scandalous. Allegations against him. And that case ultimately fell apart, and the plaintiff was found to have made up some things. So because that particular case fell apart a lot of people kind of shied away from the Bryan singer story. And ultimately he was found to have some inconsistencies in some of his allegations. They were dismissed, and because of that Bryan singer has always been able to say since then that he was falsely accused and that, you know, people have kind of shied away from him because of the bizarre nature of that initial claim. But no longer I will note that others who are who are also named by that accuser have subsequently been named by others who were on the record. And so Brian singer is not the only one in that circle who has been accused, credibly. I would say, and I will also say that many of these people who are assaulted and victimized are damaged, and it is then easy to discredit them later as this article points out it's reminds me a little bit of. Of you know, Scientology, they always have people come in and say, well, these people were damaged and they're liars. Well, there that's probably why they were insci- Haji when you've been the victim of an assault. Maybe there are behaviors later drug problems emotional problems that make it easy to say, you're not credible. And that is one of the central problems in getting these cases resolved. Thank you, Matt. Thank you. That's not Belony editorial director of the Hollywood. Reporter. He joins me this Monday at two o'clock on the business. I'm Kim masters, and this is the Hollywood breakdown KCRW sponsors include Netflix, presenting the original film Roma now nominated for ten Academy Awards, including best picture. Best director Alphonse oh Koran and best original screenplay Roma. Now playing in theaters everywhere this podcast was made by public radio station. KCRW our status as a nonprofit enables us to make bold and unusual programs. But we need your support to keep it that way donate or become a member at KCRW dot com slash join