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"andrew light" Discussed on Couples Therapy
"Boyfriends. Yes did i. A straight in quotes lady runaway. Date my teammate. For ten years maybe maybe roller derby didn't make us gay but it sure helped. So yeah get drunk at that after party and ask a girl or mb cutie today unless your team and you have a game the next day. Love this new. I want that person to write a story about their life. Like we just do a roller derby movie where everyone falls in love. I would like to write a series of books about women in roller derby. We need movie. We had a series of books. We neither reality series. I don't. I'm not a big fan of reality series but there's something going on. Here's a lot here. I beat a tale as old as time. He my daughter. i mean. that's what you're saying. I mean that's beauty and the beast. We need a musical movie. You know andrew light weber. Where are you mom handles. All the time song old is rhyme. Does that one was that one. Andrew lloyd webber thing with the the the the opera no. There's a lake skating one. He has a skating water ready. We need we need a reboot. Acquire reboot of that. Edrich laid weber skating musical. Maybe who's our guest today. mike. God thank you. I can't wait. Our guest is the hilarious. The dope is hell jenny. yang. Jenny is a comedian writer. Actor in two thousand twenty. She was named varieties ten comics to watch. She's written on last man standing on fox and busy tonight with busy phillips and she's a creator and host of comedy crossing a stand up show held inside the animal crossing video game that has raised nearly forty thousand dollars for related causes. Hello activists that's where you. I met jenny right yes. I didn't really know her. She's wonderful wonderful. She really really open. Hulan good. I really enjoyed this talk. So i guess without any further ado roll.
"andrew light" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"Sense it does. Professor glud aaron hanes. Thank you both for starring off tonight. Really appreciate into coming up. Why is winter weather hurting texas so badly this week because taxes as a government that apparently does not believe in seasons. What's next only the strong will survive. That was the actual quote of texas mayor who resigned after telling residents to fend for themselves as millions struggle to survive without power or heat in freezing temperatures. Some texas residents have had just four hours of power in three days sleeping in their cars for warmth from the car. Heater many waited in long lines to buy propane firewood and food. Millions are under boil water notices yet many have no running water to boil so there boiling snow instead and local officials. Still don't know when power will be restored. This image captured by the wet weather channel shows. Exactly what the human crisis in texas is about. That road is in texarkana on the border of texas and arkansas. The arkansas side of the road has been plowed because arkansas has snowplows and the texas side of the road has not been ploughed. because texas government doesn't have any snow plows plow. That rode the weather being experienced in texas. This week is routine weather for northern states and of course states as far south as texas neighbor new mexico deal with snow and cold every winter. The failure of the power system in texas is a failure of texas government which is run entirely by republicans. Discussion now is democratic carson. Cullen allred of texas has district includes parts of dallas the carbon allred a we are seeing weather in texas that occurs routinely and many states and i text can't with it. What's happened brag me on lawrence lead for discussing this because i think the country should know what's going on here in texas. I think this is one of the series failures of s- state government to protect citizens. I in recent memory that we have. Texans who are burning their furniture were burning a breaking down their fences a for andrew light who are going any where they can define public taps where they can get potable water on this is n. The energy capital of our country is occurring and the issue here is one of not paying attention to the signs that were clearly visible a knowing that the storm is coming Having deregulated energy grid. That was not prepared for this and not communicating during this crisis. Accurately to texans on what they can do to protect themselves and help each other out. Let us know.
"andrew light" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Several days of delay and a lot of back and forth, President Trump signed the $900 Billion Cove in 19 relief package. But the president's delay has caused a lot of confusion about how some of the elements of that relief package will be distributed. Marketplaces Mitchell Hartman is here to help explain a Mitchell I can't really get to be here. So Mitchell by signing this on Sunday, the president let a couple of federal pandemic unemployment benefit programs expire briefly. Why is this one day gap such a big deal? Well, John. Most benefits are paid on a weekly basis. And when President Trump signed the relief bill yesterday this week had already begun. So it looks like none of the benefits could be given for the week when the bill actually became law. And people were thinking that meant 20 million people would go without the federal jobless benefit extension and the benefit for gig workers and the $300 a week top up Ernie to desk E, an economist at Evercore IAS. I told me that could have meant nine or $10 billion in lost relief just for this one week. Could have meant $10 billion. So what actually happened? Well, the rumor mill was chilling was turning that is to say, you know, many, maybe some of the states could figure out workarounds. Then this afternoon, the New Jersey Labor Department tweeted that no one in the two federal pandemic programs will lose a week a benefits, after all, because of guidance it got from the federal Labor Department and the Federal Labor Department didn't Answer our calls. Michelle Nevermore at the National Employment Law Project, says she's starting to see this today from other states as well. Very quickly before I let you go. Mitchell, What does that mean for this week? Well for this week, it looks like people will be able to simply ask for the benefit that they've been getting the technically did expire, And in addition, they should be starting to get the $300 a week benefit that everyone on unemployment is getting. It may take a couple weeks. We know the state systems aren't great at Killing these benefits out, especially when they change, But everyone eventually should get back pay that they're entitled to. Thanks Mitchell and buried in that economic relief package is also an effort to address climate change. It's a plan to phase out a type of refrigerant that's in many home and industrial air conditioners. These chemicals are known as H F sees and by some measures they trapped far more heat in the atmosphere than CEO to marketplaces. Scott Tong reports on how this ended up in the big economic package. Whenever a polluting product it's phased out a cleaner one has to be sold by somebody. So now the refrigeration and air conditioning industry smells opportunity. This U. S policy syncs up with a global effort to move away from coolants, known as hydrofluorocarbons, or HF sees the creates a global market for alternative appliances. Andrew Light is a senior fellow at the World Resource is Institute. Research group, the global market. For refrigeration air conditioning units is going to grow like 4.5 times in the coming decades. That is if countries like China and India joined the phase out. Having it ratified an international agreement on this, and neither has the U. S. The incoming Biden administration wants to change that, as does the trade group, the Air conditioning, heating and refrigeration Institute. Here's the Institute's Samantha Slater, perhaps is the United States makes a move to do that. They're over 100 other countries who have already ratified so we feel perhaps we're a little bit behind and that will spur on some of the other. Major countries as well. This measure hits too sweet spots, the environment and jobs. Oh, Ben Lieberman at the Competitive Enterprise Institute finds it too good to be true, he says. Earth friendly coolants and a C units cost more. The losers in all of this will be home owner's car owners, as well as business owners like restaurants and supermarkets and convenience stores that have a lot of refrigeration equipment. Transition to new cooling units would occur over nearly three decades. I'm Scott Tong for Marketplace. On Wall Street today. Traders seem to like that the relief package was finally getting done. We'll have the details when we do the numbers. Our lives have been flipped upside down this year, and so much has changed that it could be hard to keep up with it all. So for a few minutes, we're going to look at what the past year has meant.
"andrew light" Discussed on KCRW
"Kimberly Adams. It's Monday, December the 28th good to have you with us. After several days of delay and a lot of back and forth, President Trump signed the $900 billion Covert 19 relief package. But the president's delay has caused a lot of confusion about how some of the elements of that relief package will be distributed. Marketplaces Hit Mitchell Hartman is here to help me explain I'm Mitchell. I can't really get to be here. So Mitchell by signing this on Sunday, the president let a couple of federal pandemic unemployment benefit programs expire briefly. Why is this one day gap such a big deal? Well, John. Most benefits are paid on a weekly basis. And when President Trump signed the relief bill yesterday this week had already begun. So it looks like none of the benefits could be given for the week when the bill actually became law and people were thinking that meant 20 million people would go without the federal jobless benefit extension and the benefit for gig workers and the $300 a week top up. Ernie Tudeski, an economist at Evercore IAS. I told me that could have been nine or $10 billion in lost relief just for this one week. Could have meant $10 billion. So what actually happened? Well, the rumor mill was chilling was turning that is to say, you know, many, maybe some of the states could figure out workarounds. Then this afternoon, the New Jersey Labor Department tweeted that no one in the two federal pandemic programs will lose a week a benefits, after all, because of guidance it got from the federal Labor Department and the Federal Labor Department didn't Answer our calls. Michelle Nevermore at the National Employment Law Project, says she's starting to see this today from other states as well. So marketplaces Mitchell Hartman. Thank you, but very quickly before I let you go, Mitchell, Um what does that mean for this week? Well, for this week, it looks like people will be able to simply ask for the benefit that they've been getting the technically did expire. And in addition, they should be starting to get the $300 a week benefit that everyone on unemployment is getting. It may take a couple weeks. We know the state systems aren't great at getting these benefits out, especially when they change, but everyone eventually should get back pay that they're entitled to. Thanks Mitchell and buried in that economic relief package is also an effort to address climate change. It's a plan to phase out a type of refrigerant that's in many home and industrial air conditioners. These chemicals are known as H F sees and by some measures they trapped far more heat in the atmosphere than CEO to marketplaces. Scott Tong reports on how this ended up in the big economic package. Whenever a polluting product it's phased out a cleaner one has to be sold by somebody. So now the refrigeration and air conditioning industry smells opportunity. This U. S policy syncs up with a global effort to move away from coolants known as hydrofluorocarbons or HFCs. The creates a global market for alternative appliances. Andrew Light is a senior fellow at the World Resource is Institute. Research group, The global market for refrigeration air conditioning units is going to grow like 4.5 times in the coming decades. That is if countries like China and India joined the phase out. Having it ratified an international agreement on this, and neither has the U. S. The incoming Biden administration wants to change that, as does the trade group, the Air conditioning, heating and refrigeration Institute. Here's the Institute's Samantha Slater, perhaps is the United States makes a move to do that. There are over 100, other countries who have already ratified so we feel perhaps we're a little bit behind and that will spur on some of the other. Major countries as well. This measure hits too sweet spots, the environment and jobs. Oh, Ben Lieberman at the Competitive Enterprise Institute finds it too good to be true, he says. Earth friendly coolants and a C units cost more. Losers in all of this will be homeowners, car owners as well as business owners, like restaurants and supermarkets and convenience stores that have a lot of refrigeration equipment. Transition to new cooling units would occur over nearly three decades. I'm Scott Tong for Marketplace. On Wall Street today. Traders seem to like that the relief package was finally getting done. We'll have the details when we do the numbers. Our lives have been flipped upside down this year, and so much has changed that it could be hard to keep up with it all. So for a few minutes, we're going to look back at what the past year has meant for women In this economy. We got ahold of Cherry belly. Cara's Ana. She covers the economy for the 19th news job, Ellie. Welcome to the program. Thank you so much for having me. How are women doing in this economy at the beginning of this year, pre pandemic in the before times Well, if we can pause and think back to the before times, which feel like several eons away from us. Right before this pandemic started in December of 2019 women surpassed men as the majority of the labor force for only the second time in history. The only other time I had happened was during the great recession when so many men lost their jobs, that women actually surpassed them. And so we had reached a point right before all this started where that happened again and that had happened naturally through So much growth that was taking place for women in the labor force where they got to that 50 50.4% just edging out men. And then what happened? Well, then what happened was the start of this country's first female recession. And what that meant was that the jobs that really went away this year the vast majority where jobs that were held by women, and that was unusual that had never happened. But this year we're looking at retail hospitality, the care fields. Those were the jobs that went away. And so that in about three months what we lost, we're about 11 million jobs held by women in this economy. On DeSoto. It started what we have when are still enduring to this day is this recession that has hit women so much harder than men? And there has been an enduring peace of this, which is the second part of it is this child care crisis that we are also living in? I want to come back to the childcare crisis in a moment, But a lot of your writing has highlighted the fact that In this first ever she session. It's hitting women of color particularly hard. Can you talk about what that trend has looked like Yeah, that has been, you know, one of the saddest parts of this entire experience. If we look at unemployment, for example, it's just one measure. But unemployment for women peaked around like 15 15.5%, But for Latinas, it hit 20.2%. For black women. It hit 16.5%. So much of that goes back to this occupational segregation that we talk about, sometimes where it's what are the fields that these folks are pushed into. And ultimately those fields are a lot of caregiving fields nursing health care. I mean, we we wrote a story recently about the first people who need to get vaccines across the country. We looked at every single state and in the vast majority two thirds you were looking at a woman and in most cases, you were looking at a woman of color. And so that I think spoke eons about these are the people who are most at risk. Can you talk about just this astronomical number of women leaving the workforce. Yeah, I think the Shocking number came to us in September when 865,000 women left the labor force and it was just so clear what had happened, You know school was back and school was back virtually And so you had all of these women who were at home and looking at this new school year they were just making a decision. And it was a difficult decision for a lot of women who said, I'm just going to quit my job. And care for my kids, because there's not there's no safety net for me right now..
"andrew light" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Storm is thought to have killed scores of people more than 100, missing flooded homes and forced evacuations across Central America. It's the kind of storm expected to grow more intense as the climate warms. Advocates and policymakers see Biden's $2 Trillion Clement plan is a step in the right direction. But they're already tempering expectations about what a new administration will actually be able to accomplish with a Congress. That's likely to be divided. How much of it he could get done. Of course, we're gonna have to wait and see Andrew Light as a former Obama administration and climate change negotiator is going to depend a lot on if you have a Republican controlled Senate. How many individuals there who are willing to cross the line, if any are Senator Mitt Romney yesterday became one of the first high profile Republicans to call for Americans to get behind Biden in the same CNN interview, though he also criticized binds long term plan to shift the country off of fossil fuels. I want to make sure that we conservatives keep on fighting to make sure that we don't have a green new deal. We don't get rid of gas and coal and oil experts expect a Corona virus stimulus package to present the first opportunity for the bite and Harris administration to try to drum up support for green energy investments. And re entering the global climate pact is one thing that White House can do without congressional approval for the world. I'm Caroline Bealer. Coming up on the show are reporters in northern and Southern Europe give us a landscape of reactions to the big news this past weekend. You're listening to the world Get afternoon. You're listening to the world.
"andrew light" Discussed on PRI's The World
"How bad another four years of trump would have been for the global climate change world. President trump wants called climate change a hoax reversed a slew of domestic policies aimed at cutting greenhouse gas emissions and took the us out of the paris climate pact but under a new administration says the us will be welcomed back with open arms so the us has a lot of catching up to do but we are extremely hopeful that now we have a an administration that knows. The problem is willing to solve the problem and joined with the rest of the world in solving the problem. Climate change was a bigger election issue than ever before in two thousand twenty nearly seven. In ten biden voters told pew research center. It was very important to their vote and at the democratic national convention. This summer biden named it as one of four historic crises. Americans are facing the pandemic recession racial injustice and and just the accelerating threats climate change an election that made headlines around the world that focus on climate change got attention. Carlos fuller is the lead negotiator at un climate talks for the alliance for small island states. He's been falling biden's campaign for a while. You spoke of both getting the us back into the paris agreement and doing a lot of work on addressing climate change which was great news with this change. I actually see a lot of coming back part of that. Hope is because the biden harris campaign pledged to set greenhouse gas emission targets in line with science mode importantly. It's what the us could do to reduce their emissions with means developing of technology. And that technology would then be available for the private sector for the who world fuller lives in belize when we spoke the remnants of hurricane ada fell outside. The storm is thought to have killed scores of people left more than hundred missing flooded homes and forced to evacuate across central america. It's the kind of storm expected to grow more intense as the climate warms. Advocates and policymakers see biden's two trillion dollar. Climate plan is a step in the right direction. But they're already tempering expectations about what a new administration will actually be able to accomplish with congress likely to be divided. How much of it he can get done. of course. we're going to have to wait and see andrew light as a former obama administration climate change. Negotiator it's going to depend a lot on. If you republican controlled senate how many individuals there who are willing to cross the line. If any are senator mitt romney yesterday became one of the first high profile. Republicans to call for americans to get behind biden. And the same cnn interview though. He also criticised biden's long-term plan to shift the country off fossil fuels. I wanna make sure that we conservatives keep on fighting to make sure that we don't have a green new deal. We don't get rid of gas and coal and oil experts. Expect a corona virus stimulus package to present the first opportunity for the biden harris administration to try to drum up support for green energy. Investments and re entering the global climate. Pact is one thing the white house can do without congressional approval for the world. I'm caroline bieler coming up on the show. Our reporters in northern and southern europe gives us a landscaper reaction to the big news this past weekend. You're listening to the world. i'm marco werman. This is the world. America's election news has made headlines across the globe in a couple of places. It.
"andrew light" Discussed on They Walk Among Us
"That was however evidence that brought us was awake at around six. Am The health APP data from his. I find showed that stands were ascended at six. Oh six I am and you'll say sent a text message. Five minutes later asking that his children be dropped off after the agree time. Now's along with Natalie. He had been sick as a dog all night. David Mason. Qc admitted to jurors that it was possible. The alcohol Natalie consumed could have killed her on his own. However a pathologist Dr Alexander Cola was of the opinion that it was a combination of alcohol and the Injuries Natalie sustained. He believes the physical trauma played a part in accelerating her death. The prosecutor expanded on brought us claim that during what was labeled consensual activity naturally was struck. Numerous times boy Broadhurst Nelson Lee with his fists but also objects the severe internal injuries she received with caused by bottle of carpet cleaner. The bleach found on her face. It was alleged by the prosecutor was used to clean up a modest saint the attack the crown. All cute was in retaliation to not only having contact with several ex partners through the social media platforms snapchat. Broadhurst's did it to quote. Teach her a lesson. After she had sent a previous lover of photo of herself in a state of undress. It was alleged that broadcast may have seen the messages. One can only imagine the suit of reaction. The team might have had said David Mason. Qc The couple. Along with Natalie daughter at plan to travel to Dubai over the Christmas period with Natalie leaving the U. K. A day earlier than broadcast the Jerry. Tell the Natalie was communicating with a man. She befriended online. He lived in Dubai and she had by the council range to meet with him while she was away is the trip was paid for by broadcast. This was another reason. The prosecutor suggested wind. The defendant lashed out the prosecutor said. Is it the case as we suggest? The tea is totally lost it with her that night. Beaten with fists and weapons punched or kicked her to the face severely damaged her private parts and lied about it afterwards to cover his tracks trying to understand. Why brought us left Natalie in the state he did David Mason? Qc went on to say but he left her dead or alive. He certainly left a seriously injured and he must have nine that if he wasn't already dead that was a substantial risk the TV laughter in that state. Shimo die that we say speaks volumes about state of mind because if those injuries that she sustained had been anything other than intentional why leaf in the way he did during the second day of the trial family members that included. Both Natalie's twin sister and John brought her mother provided evidence describing the circumstances of how the couple met and their relationship progressed and some intimate details of their love life. Gemma Andrews told jurors that she was close with her sister and they were open about their relationships pointing back the tears from the stand. She described the phone call. She received from her mother telling her the news. The twin sister was dead. Jim Moran Reset sent me into total shock and was aware John Broadhurst had been arrested. She was also the prosecutor when you sold them they did appear that Natalie was really happy with John. Burrow test yes. She did Jamaran injuries. Who applied that were involved for about six months before Natalie died borough still say gave Natalie several hundred pounds a week which assist the described as living expenses. Jamaran injuries was aware that the couple had occasionally used drugs. This was not something they would do. Ricki Lee describing her evenings out with US sister. The witness said I seem to be the one who was drunk but Natalie could hold a drink and was pretty much every time she had to look off to me. She was a happy drunk. An expert witness professor James a specialist in the subject to forensic toxicology would tell the court that the amount of alcohol in Natalie's blood suggested she had consumed the equivalent of five bottles of wine. The professor testified. The Natalie was in a life threatening situation due to the amount of alcohol not to mention the cocaine in her system. You'd never seen such high levels of alcohol and the drug together. All this was a considerable piece of testimony. It quickly became apparent. The Wall Broadhurst say being drinking that day. He was far less intoxicated. Natalie a fact confirmed through his interview with police. Broadhurst was more able to make rational choices and had far more control over the situation. Jim Andrews light to learn that during his romantic engagements with her sister brought her struck. Natalie's backsaw with a belt and grabbed her arms. Gem was shine. The marks ought if Natalie had ever admitted that she liked to what the prosecutor called rough sex Jamir Andrews.
"andrew light" Discussed on Fame is a Bitch
"Went to the police and and probably bought a lot of privacy for Harry and that means even if drugs drugs end up being the cause of death. I don't think we'll ever now because You know when you to the cops they'd bid to you when you die so we'll probably you probably never know. Maybe I'm wrong. Maybe we'll hear it was drugs. I'm sure it has to be also by waiting till Sunday afternoon. I was able to learn that Prince Andrew Light to motorboat the big tits of shapely strippers strippers who paid to be at parties For his role douchebag thrown by his PAL Jeffrey Epstein. That was the news that was a new development on the The Prince Andrew Nonsense but apparently Andrew didn't quite know how to do the moldable. He he he didn't get it and one of the strippers have to teach him the technique and then later he he became quite fond of it. That's what this particular peeler had to say. Wonderful Cute a wonderful guy. We're also hearing that. Prince William had a big hand in in getting his grandma to promote the duke and cut him out of the family business. William starting to get real serious in as royal duties. Dude I'll tell you what if I were Andrew. I wouldn't accept an invitation for a fishing trip because all this sounds like he's going to be afraid you know taken out a couple of hundred yards off the shore and a bullet to the back of the head Domke Ocean every day. It gets more and more obvious that He's not gonna be able to privately. Grow old and die of natural causes one day every day. It looks like he's going to meet a fate more suited to someone who embarrassed. Barris the royals you know just as Princess Diana for all the pomp and bullshit and despite all the obnoxious hats and fascinating sonate. It's becoming quite clear that Queen Elizabeth likes to live under the radar K.. Prince Charles is pissed too. Yeah even though will even though a few of a few of you may have forgotten that he was the original. Fuck up Prince. Charles I of the BOOB brothers to make a bad name for himself in rock. The royals minute phone call between him and his in his girlfriend. Camilla Parker Bowles House scandalous. That was Oh my God Charles. Charles I wanNA feel the my way over you up and down you in and out of you. ooh particularly in out. Oh that's just my needed. A moment is it. I know it will revive me. I can't bear a Sunday without your child's Oh God it's like that program start the week. I can't stop the week. But how'd you I'll fill up your tank. Yes you do then you can cope. Then I'm all right. What about me? The trouble is on need you several times a week said I and he'd you already all the time. Oh God I'll just live inside soggy trousers or something. It'll be much easier that way. What are you going to do ten into a pair of knickers or you're going to come back as a pair of Nick Nick Charles? Oh God forbid a Tampax just Marla complete idiots. What a wonderful idea morlock to be chuck down a laboratory and go on and on swim forever around the top? Never going down gutting until the next one comes through. Perhaps she can come back as a box. The box of what a box of ten pixels you can keep going. That's you johnny. I want you now do you So Do I. That was the sexy acce- scandalous phone call between Prince. Charles and Camilla Parker dog bowls. I called her. Oh so steamed up listening listening to the sex between those two. That is proof positive. That Brits don't know how to fuck a lot. A lot of things turned on that. Call what they called Tampon Gate. Yes the press. We called a Tampon Gate. Princess Diana called sick and as soon as as soon as her oren shawls divorce was final. She hit the family right where it hurt and went and started an affair with an Arab dodie. Phya ed who the Queen didn't like that too much but really when you listen to that phone call you see that big brother was just as awkward at sex. It gives you a little more insight into how Andrew was walking around so sex started. Did Not have an outlet for it. The Minute Jeffrey Epstein comes to town and put a couple of girls in front of them of course. The Guy was going to go in for motorboat before he asked the girl for a license to check her age. Of course. I'm not saying it's right. I'm saying it's obvious and by the way this just in I I see that Julianne Half and Gabrielle. Union and have given up their chairs at America's got talent and will not be on the show that I don't I don't know who's still watches his fucking show but they won't be on the show next season but Terry crews whose only talent remains his ability to move his pectoral muscles on command. He's still we're GONNA stay on his host and get a ton of money for it. Unbelievable Gabby Gabby eating. It says. She's fine though because she's she's very busy working on film. La's finest that's the female reboot another female reboot. Yeah coach in the stands. You know her film. Like every other unnecessary female reboot is gonNA bomb spectacular. The box office. Thanks you. We don't need to see a female version of the hit movie bad boys just because some studio asshole thought. Hey Yeah put a female spin on it now. We don't need it. It's not going to work not going to work just like Charlie's angels just like ghostbusters just like terminator. 'cause like Oceans Eight. It won't work if you're paying attention at all this past weekend. Ford Versus Ferrari excelled at the box office and it showed that during age when somebody loses a screaming about toxic masculinity. You know what a movie about how masculinity competition makes the world. A better place is what people responded to. That's what America open their wallets up to. That's bad news for Gabrielle Union. Anybody else who still thinks that female female dominated feminist reboots over America wants to see they don't oh by the way The other day day well I told the story about per Furio Ruby Rosa once being married the international playboy once being married to Doris Duke by skipped over the fact that you know I said Doris Duke was one of the world's richest women at that point but he was married to Doris Duke and Barbara Hutton. But but at dawn on me that Ye to know a little bit about both these women. I'll leave you with some news about Doris Duke today. 'cause I mentioned on the show. The Doris Duke was is the heiress to the American Tobacco Company and eventually she would die with assets over a billion dollars but chipset on multiple the occasions. That great wealth had its handicaps. And she's probably I'd say definitely person we can blame for that phrase more money more problems because she talked about money creating problems for her a lot Factor big quote was. A lot of money is a problem. Sometimes I I'd I'd love to find that out one day. I really would just one day but anyhow Doris Duke was a gossip column mainstay during her her life and and partly because look. Money's very popular and fun to read about sewer numerous marriages but Doris Duke. Love to drink. Also also because she she Well that drinking basically led her not being able to keep her legs close too often. You know what I mean. She liked to spend her winters. It does running around town with different men but she had She had winters. She spent winters mistake. She built in the Nineteen Thirties. That she named Shangri La. This is in Honolulu Hawaii. She also spent time at something. She named Falcon. They're actually she didn't name Falcon Lair. Somebody else did. But she lived up in Falcon Lair up on Benedict Canyon and Beverly Hills. Rudolph Valentino actually built. Sal can layer. He bought the property from South One. Hundred Twenty five thousand way back. Thinks fucking twenty. Awesome like that but Doris Duke also had two apartments in New York City. A nine room penthouse with one Thousand Square Foot Verandah at four seventy I five Park Avenue. I know the address because I've been there. It's owned by the legendary gossip columnist. Cindy Adams also had another apartment in Times Square that you use exclusively exclusively as an office for to manage her financial affairs. Okay you need it. It's good to have a four bedroom apartment to manage your business affairs but on top. But she spent a Lotta time up. In airplanes shed a Boeing seven. Thirty seven that she d redecorated she did big interior redecoration job and she you would travel between homes on that plane or she traveled to She was a travel around the world to collect art and plants. She loved art and Plance Lance. I love to have those kind of hobbies and have my own fucking plane. The airplane had a bedroom decorated to resemble the bedroom of a real home very important. She had difficulty remaining in one. Place Doris Duke. And whenever she arrived someplace she always had the desire to leave right away again. That's why she wanted an airplane to to look like the bedroom of home. One of our homes any out. I wanted to bring her up again because her life was rocked in one thousand nine hundred sixty six one day when she drove her car into infamy she was leaving her biggest state on Newport or Newport Rhode.
"andrew light" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Booker on Friday confirmed that he is dating Dawson. The actress confessed they were dating twenty twenty. Article. He's not actually dating coffee, right, stating whatever. Yeah. I don't know who died on new dos. It is. Yeah. So weird. Isn't that realizes doing it? He's just figuring figures. Nobody would go back and look it will little bit of both. You know? I think we'll be retained John McCain earlier. John mccain. I'd like one joke. Now, I sleep like a baby I wake up twelve times in the night crying. And he told that joke in almost every setting speeches late night appearances, whatever events if he was on a stage was likely telling that joke, and I think a lot of people sort of have that sort of default. Hey, this gets a laugh, you know. So I'm gonna use this and Booker found something that he thinks gotta laugh, and he probably forgot he tweeted it before. And that's a lot of. Yeah. Or or just he really like legitimately feels that way. Data directly involved in coffee. Yeah. He's very romantically involved with this coffee. Have you who was the actress that came out and said that he was she was dating Cory Booker? Well, the story they reference somebody named Dawson the only the only actress I know that Dawson said she's in a relationship with Cory Booker feels about this interesting. Yeah. I don't know why that's interesting that I just found it interest. Shown also refers to girlfriend as warm and stimulating. We have a story next hour about millennials feeling feeling burned out and one of the things they have a list of a list of things to drink coffee. They have a list of things that they're burned out by one of the things that they said that that burns them out of the stresses amount is when they're when they're tweets don't get re tweets or or lakes, so and the story points out that a lot of people are that way. I wonder for Booker. It's like, well, you know, this always plays. Well, it gets me a lot of retweets and a lot of comments. Did the same thing. What I went to. I went to New York that one time, and I tweeted out that picture of the the melted cheese slice on the pop tart. Oh my God. Yeah. Just a timing viral. Yeah. If you wanted some attention, the tweet. Cheese melted. Other American slice of cheese on a pop tart. Started on that. No, no. I'm just not hungry. From the vending machines, Taco Bell. Hot saw stop it. Talk about hot sauce on top of your cheese on top of your pop tart coming up. We didn't get a chance to talk about this yesterday. So we'll talk about it next to the gangrene day. Thousands of Minnesota students went on strike to save the planet will answer the question of whether or not they succeeded Justice Andrew lit up today. Today's show will make the radio hall of fame. I thinking twin cities.
"andrew light" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Time. It's not too bad. But there's always. Is is wrong activity or stone vehicles and labor. I feel safe. My daughter out of your playing. I just feel like. Light right here. Maybe moral presidents because. Happens. Donkeys increasing. Maybe increased drug activity along these streets at all. I don't think it's the drugs. I think it's just the people over all, you know. This. This spot a bad neighborhood, though. You know, it's not run down doesn't look bad. Beleza need those my bad people and this morning earlier this morning when the officer was shot. Did you hear anything did you? Yeah. I heard. I heard. I just heard like, you know. This that bang. You know didn't know it was it sounded like someone was like hitting something. And then that's all I heard and then like five minutes later year sirens and everything getting. That's what I heard the most of the fire department and all the noise. Really loud. Then I didn't know what happened until I came out here officer shot. Yeah. Yeah. Do that shoot a police officer? You know, you must be willing to Andrew light because you can get shot in the process or. I don't know how you could kill someone. You can.
"andrew light" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"This is CBS news on the hour. Sponsored by zoom videoconferencing. I'm mad piper. The last four years where the warmest since global temperature records began an experts say it's a clear sign of continuing long-term climate change. The US government is out with its latest report and meteorologist star predicting the next five years will be even hotter than two thousand eighteen climate policy expert, Andrew light with the world Resources Institute. Looking at a future where tens of thousands of lives have been lost in the United States by the end of the century every year because of climate change and the US economy would head of hundreds of billions of dollars every year. Again, if we do not do something about this problem. The average temperature last year in the US was fifty three and a half degrees. If you're heading to key west anytime, soon, better check would kind of sunscreen, you pack, some are outlawed due to environmental dangers sunscreens contain chemicals that experts say could irreparably damaged the area's coral reef. Now, the city commissioners voted six to one to ban their sale of distribution mayor Terry Johnston boils right down to the fact that there are thousands of sunscreens out there, we have one reef, and we have an opportunity to do one small thing to protect that. I believe is their obligation. That is the country's only living coral barrier. Reef several studies show that the chemicals Oxy Ben zone in Ogden oxalate can bleach and kill the reef. And other burrito organisms the ban goes into effect New Year's day. Twenty twenty one Peter King CDs. News Orlando, I it was Virginia's governor then the Lieutenant governor. Now, the state attorney general the top three leaders in the state are all facing scandal. This week has just made me sick. Senator Tim Kaine summing up the controversy, swirling around Virginia's capital of Richmond. A governor who refuses to step down over a racial photo on his yearbook page a Lieutenant governor who denies accusations. He forced a woman to perform oral sex on him at the democratic convention in two thousand four and an attorney general who admitted to wearing black face to a party in the early eighties. The stories even prompted this question of Cain ever worn. Never never have Bill. Rakoff CBS news. It has been involved since Jamie clauses. Keep from a home in Wisconsin where she was held for months. CBS? Jamie Yuccas says the suspect has been ordered to stand trial. Jake Paterson said little as he went before a judge in Wisconsin, you understand the charges against you at this time. Yes, Patterson's attorney said he was waiving his right to a preliminary examination of evidence Patterson has yet to enter a plea. But investigators say he confessed during questioning a conviction would likely mean he'll spend the rest of his life in prison, a family friend says thirteen-year-old Jamie is doing well and is spending time with friends from school. This is CBS news, zoom video conferencing, featuring video and audio clarity with screen sharing. Free. Accounts are available at zoom dot US. That's zoom dot US, zoom video conferencing. Ever wonder.
"andrew light" Discussed on Start Here
"Last Wednesday the day before thanksgiving, President Trump fired off a tweet noting that the holiday was expected to be brutally cold cold. Blast could shatter all records. What happened to global warming? The next day the temperature in New York City was in the teens but on Friday federal agencies directly contradicted, the president. In his skepticism issuing the most comprehensive report on climate change. This government has ever produced. They said, no one certain terms one weather event is different from the climate. The numbers back them up on this. Global temperatures have gone up consistently. We have with us one of the editors of that report. Andrew light is a senior fellow at the world Resources Institute. He's also a professor at George Mason University. And professor I mean, you guys painted this as dire like this was not damaged in the future. This is damaged just happening right now. Well, about half report is is talking about. What's what's going on today? So with based on observation and what we're seeing is that climate change is sing extreme weather events. It is making hurricanes. More intense and more unpredictable is linking the average days of heat waves in urban areas. It is already having impacts on on crop liability. It is already having impacts on health increasing the spread of food water and vector diseases. It is already caused sea level rise about six inches, which is a threat to to infrastructure along the coast. I should can't actually not mention fourth fires given the recent terrible tragedy. What's going on in California? Increasing threat of force fires and then about the other half. The report is not just looking up survey ship, but what's going to happen in the future in less? The United States works with other countries to try to to try to maintain a more stable. Climate future. Can you talk specifically about the economic forecast because we're gonna spend a lot of time this week talking about black Friday cyber Monday and how the economies being affected. This report says climate change dwarfs anything. We saw even the great recession will it will be. So we're looking at MRs part of the the model predictions of the report that unless we're able to stabilize climate change at something like the targets that were related in the Paris agreement on climate change. We're looking at losses of hundreds of billions of dollars again annually every year. It could be as much as ten percent of the economy that you lose because of climate change that would seem to be something that we would want an urgent response to all levels of government. On the chapter in this report that you edited was about solving this right? Like, you more than anyone understand the public policy side of it. So if this problem is so dire Ken anything actually be done about it. The report itself by design doesn't give policy recommendations, but they're very very clear policy. Implications of one of the things that we talked about in chapter. I worked on the mitigation chapter which is the last chapter the report so on the one hand, obviously, stop the sources that are causing warmer temperatures that are that are causing climate change it self and that means stopping climate pollution, which primarily is a byproduct of burning fossil fuels for energy. So we've got move towards cleaner sources of energy that's number one. And the second thing we've got to do is we've got to move towards more aggressive and more unified national standards on patient one of the things that we do in. The report is to identify ways in which we're coming up with more drought resistant crops, you know, Moore's being done to try to harden infrastructure in some parts. Country, but it is highly highly uneven, and that's just on the federal side you note in the report there's a lot of governors and mayors and businesses that are focusing on climate change. But that's just gets you halfway there on the federal side, though, we've talked about the president's tweets, we have not talked about the fact that this report was released on black Friday. When Americans are not really paying as much attention to the news did the Trump administration affect the findings or the timing of this report. They had absolutely no impact on the findings..
Report reveals staggering economic and health toll of climate change
"Coverage. A new federal report co authored by experts across government agencies is putting a price tag on climate change the fourth national climate assessment released by the federal government on Friday, warns of the economic impacts of ignoring climate change could cost the nation hundreds of billions of dollars that should be no surprise says Andrew light of the world Resources Institute. Here is essentially no sector of the economy, which will not suffer unless we get a handle on climate change pollution moving forward. The federal report stands in contrast to President Trump's own words on global
"andrew light" Discussed on DirtCast
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"andrew light" Discussed on PRI's The World
"But their meeting coincides with this year's global climate summit in germany countries there are shaping how the paris agreement works and former us negotiator andrew light says he'll be closely watching what china does there this is the test of chinese leadership china long refused to allow other countries to verify its carbon pollution data two years ago in paris it finally agreed to a verification system for all countries now with a us backing out of the agreement light says the question is whether china will stick to that commitment if china is really going to step into the leadership vacuum created by the united states than they must also accept that other countries must be allowed to see what they're doing with respect to their missions because that is absolutely essential to get paris to succeed despite president trump's announced withdrawal of the us from the paris agreement the us is still in it for now and it and china will be cochairing the working group on emissions verification at the summit in germany light says that is the room that he'll be watching to read the climate policy teary if this week not the room where president trump and she are meeting for the world i'm carolyn bieler later on the show we check into the fivestar hotel that's become saudi arabia's version of club fed here on the world i'm mark a woman and you're with a world let's check in with a spanish region of catalonia today about two hundred mayors from catalonia gathered in brussels.
"andrew light" Discussed on PRI's The World
"The country appears well ahead of its pollution target under the paris agreement and even though it still burns mark call than any other country it's working to wean itself off the dirty fuel china cancelled plans for more than a hundred new coalfired power plants this year alone i think that the country is certainly living up to president she's words domestically this is andrew light a former us climate negotiator in terms of their ambitious efforts to reduce their own emissions and to really lead the way china is also leading the way as the world's largest investor in renewable energy but this effort isn't just about jockeying for position diplomatically or economically it's also a response to pressures at home where chinese citizens are increasingly worried about their smog choked cities if you look at chinese society they're going through what we a sixty eight and seventy this is former us acting ambassador to china david rank chinese political consciousness evolving really around the environmental impact but rapid development in china domestic policy changes help president xi is claimed that his country is a climate leader but on the other hand china is in many respects simply exporting its pollution elizabeth economy runs the asia studies program at the council on foreign relations and she's talking about china's massive dealt andrew road initiative if the plan to invest nearly a trillion dollars in infrastructure in nearly seventy countries and and includes building lots of coalfired power plant there's also going to be plans to export many other polluting industries so part of china's commitment to addressing climate change must be a commitment to you know green the belton road we are not likely to hear much about this from china this week president trump and she aren't expected to talk about climate.
"andrew light" Discussed on Remainiacs â€“ the Brexit Podcast
"Becomes politicized you have to take a position on things you never thought you had sake fictional for and that is not good and we what we had that with with big ben recently as well suddenly unafraid afraid i'm afraid are just stop plucky caring about at portman hole was andrew lights when big bountiful do i go into this realistically my age how many years have i got less how many all novels of films have i not rachel see let's just leave this one reading a i mean these very alarming phrases but i don't know where the people will realize how alarming they sounded the tim montgomery and this morning tweeted that that a bbc pat an item i think on the today program sort sawtooth about the implications breaks brexit and tim montgomery said what starting to sound unpatriotic wrappers of journalists lawrence in a no dorin you're going to get get used to that by gulf get used to that as this mess builds up as a real wages full as are all the promises that seventeen point four million people voted for lost year turnout pack of bloody laws they are going to have to come back and say you won't pointing this out and you won't saying how as i think the bbc was wanting how drops of going overseas will was it paris comes lungs and come work you can still you could still be in the eu uaw stabbing your country in the back you are lacking impact which is the i was a taxes and we'll be the first results who's councils it's all wave got left to turn to turn everyone that is sixty million who people people who vote you may and you know people who voted leave in good faith and suddenly realised so the polish shit term owns traitors say if you do that now this is far more than the cult who this is this is incredibly dangerous it is it to say the hov the country is treasonable that's long revoked was long civil ninety eight says so much about people like montgomerie delivered tattoo usda you made the point in gotha called him them nothing.
"andrew light" Discussed on Here & Now
"No you can't and uh we had a few times where we almost capsized we took on water from a downstream d almost getting washed out and very thankful that uh that the lord was with us and nothing bad happens so well you know an unthinking to we didn't mention that you are andrew light son of former democratic texas governor mark white who you dan just past uh august the he had to be propelling you too sza and my mom's hold me that too uh you know my dad public service something that he brought into my life and i got to watch him serve the public his whole life and even after he was you know no longer governor never stopped being a public servant may never and so it's just something that you know he's always told me that god comes first then country then family and so this week it's been about the country in july one of the texas needy citizens out misleading people doing harvey andrew thank you and please stay safe appreciate thank you and and i want to encourage everybody out there stay safe be strong we're going to get through this thank you enter all right thanks president trump plans to return to texas tomorrow this time to visit flood victims he'd been criticized for not doing that but he tweeted about his trip this morning he also notably singled out and praised his chief of staff john kelly there have been rumors of discord and he wrote there were many big decisions as congress return next week might the president have a decision of his own on daca the deportation deferment for the socalled dreamers sounds like it's time for our friday politics roundtable and joining us today recline political director at abc news hi rick gratuity gus at a recast evader news anchor at univision just back from houston high and recotor hi thanks and let's start enrica with the potential decision on daca this is president obama's deferred action for childhood arrivals which granted temporary legal status to young people known as dreamers what do you think the president's going to do.