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Trump Trying to Calm Coronavirus Fears Gives Investors Reason to Panic
"Today. The Dow closed down more than a thousand points largest drop in two years on fears over the impact of the corona virus. The number of reported infections continues to grow tens of thousands of cases now in China that we know of and new signs of rapidly spreading outbreaks and other countries about half hour after. Us markets closed today. The traveling president posted this quote. The Corona virus is very much under control in the USA. We are in contact with everyone. And all relevant countries CD and World Health have been working very hard very smart stock market. Starting to look very good to me. Robert Costa of The Washington Post will join us in just a moment tonight. He reports this quote. The trump administration's disjointed handling of the outbreak has faced mounting criticism. As the president's allies of scrambled to take preventative steps while seeking to reassure the public times struggling to explain their decisions and offer a consistent message tomorrow morning the full Senate is scheduled to get a classified briefing on the virus from Homeland Security Public Health Officials State Department the intelligence community and the like so it was concerning today to see Ken. Kuch Anneli the acting Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security. Ask his twitter followers if he was doing something wrong if it was just him why he couldn't see the maps of the spread of the virus on the Johns Hopkins website. Mr Coochie Anneli. A fervent and vocal trump supporter is on the White House. Corona Virus Taskforce Politico reporting. That very same. White House is going to ask for nearly two billion in emergency funding for the corona virus president. Meanwhile is on day two of his thirty six hour trip to India. His Monday started with a campaign style. Rally at the world's largest cricket stadium visit follows reports that intelligence officials had indeed brief lawmakers about Russian attempts to interfere in our next election and that their efforts are aimed at helping both trump and Bernie sanders as he left the White House. Yesterday trump tried to cast doubt wall assigning blame. Nobody said it. I read where Russia's helping Bernie Sanders. Nobody said it to be at all. Nobody freaks me about that at all. They leaked it Adam. Schiff and his group they leaked to the papers as as usual investigate Adam Schiff for leaking that information they don't want Bernie Sanders representative it. Sounds like his sixteen all over again but verdy says trump's national security advisor was also asked about Russian interference. And as you listen to his response again please remember this. Is the National Security Advisor? The White House was briefed on February fourteenth. Where you not in that briefing when the president was informed. Well there's no briefing that I received that the presence received that says that President Putin is doing anything to try and influence the elections in favor of president trump. We just haven't seen that intelligence. Are you denying that that is happening? No no what. Look what I've heard from the FBI. What I've heard is that That Russia would like Bernie Sanders to to win the Democrat nomination. They'd probably like him to be president understandably because he wants to spend money on social programs and probably would have to take it out of the military so that would make sense. New York Times puts it this way in the fourth year of his presidency and in his fourth national security adviser. Mr Trump has finally gotten what he wants a loyalist who enables his
The Target Food Haul Episode
"Today we have target hall target we went to target some of US did some of us are just being surprised by what we got thanks apprised for one of the first times I can't wait very exciting I feel like we're making up for last time because we didn't eat anything last week on the podcast now we have like two times as many things yeah we're eating every okay so I want to jump right in but you've got something for us I assuming do all right target just launched its biggest grocery brand ever it's called good and gather now the idea behind gooding gather is great food made with quality ingredients that you can have on the table fast so there's no artificial flavors no synthetic colors are official sweeteners or high fructose Corn Syrup and they have more than two thousand items ranging from organic snacks for Salad Mixes and in meals but two thousand that's like almost grocery store in its own right like it's crazy wow that's that's amazing and I actually like that name gooding gather sometimes these names are just kind of cheesy it's like this I don't want to I don't want to offend anybody but they simply also how different is this because they had simply balanced right those are the ones that they still have that it's a little different I'm not sure sounds like you need it sounds cool trying some today right Excited amy would it know though I glanced ahead because I thought we might get that question are we trying today we're excited no working so we're going to just jump right and where are you going to start today by the way with fridge finds things that you find in the refrigerated section at target we're going to refrain from calling at target the people still know people that that I don't know we don't we don't say that here it's tar get forget so the first thing we are starting with archer farms stuffed chicken breasts cutlets and they are stuffed with you wanNA guess Mozzarella and gloves close asparagus John Cheddar each piece has only one hundred seventy calories five grams of fat twenty nine grams of protein three smart points we added uh-huh were points as we did for those who love us and love weight watchers so it takes about twenty five to thirty minutes in the oven you should know this so it's not like a goodin gather it but then you have to cook it cooking but it's hands off time you don't have to do any of the stuffing rolled up this looks like way leaks like a piece of twine line that we're not supposed to eat see it maybe it is I don't know yeah like they tied it up it might be tied up bound and gagged bonus you miss no it's a it's a stuffed chicken breasts let's describe this it's like a chicken breasts that has been seasoned it comes completely raw and then you cook it with you know in the oven it's got the stuff in the middle how are we going to do this we just going to pass around the plate let's rally grabbing I don't see any Cheddar well this cheddar stuffing's a little well it really mostly chicken you know what it is it's like folded on top of it it's not in the middle grab some green beans asparagus spare guy Ma that's really coming very tasty taste fresh I feel like they did a good job seasoning which is a common mistake I know and it's not overly salty it's like a nice tiny touch of Cheddar the tastes they taste good there little overcooked Irby I like it I feel like that's a great dinner option if you're kind of bored with the average chicken dinner so you just pop it in the oven for what like fifteen minutes to thirty Don Juan and then you're done it's awesome but at one hundred seventy calories the stats are really really good so I like this a lot yeah I do like that. They didn't go overboard on the Cheddar because they could have made this fatty fat McFadden could've they didn't they did not do that. 'cause it's archer farms we like archer Barnes and we trust them but that's not is that a target bread exclusively exclusive target simply balanced now good and excellent okay next up this is no evil now remember the less of Lesser Evil or they make snacks right yeah next I like them but this is no evil foods there it's called plant meet that does not sound so appealing but it's no chicken comrade clock shredded strips one hundred thirty calories one gram of fat no evil this premise recommended by the newman sisters yeah it looks a little intimidating I have to be honest with you it looks frightening it looks like Cook Jerky I'm going to try to exactly what it looks like you know chicken plant meet actually hold on I'm Aaron recommend trying it with twenty barbecue sauce really really like it in the skillet per the package directions the texture a little bit odd but it tastes good it tastes like chicken really with us all the way it looks them eat it with your eyes closed Jimmy he's with this barbecue use sauce face for radio do you think lesser evil is annoyed that they didn't think to make themselves no no I don't know because there is no such thing is a snack that's no evil and I think this refers to the fact that no animals are harmed Lawley is shaking to that and approval yes I like it again no evil oh foods plant meat no chicken comrade clock shredded strips that's a mouthful literally and we will link you to their website because it's not just a target what else did they make. Let's see the stallion Italian sausage hit boss pulled pork we can do a rocky reference I'm in this is cool I like this brand I like it no evil thumbs up okay next up we're trying our first good and gather item Yea good and gather mild sweet onion salsa I do like sweet onion I do like salsa mild is okay this one has died Mehta's onion Jalapeno salon show you like Cilantro right I love you're not in the camp where it smell or taste no taste ooh wow brim thin and falling all over my show notes re kind of looks like the Salsa we got from all it does actually it looks like how long I'm GonNa get up and grab from Jamie computer to be eating with carrots I like it it's a little salty two little salty but and it's very very onion but I like it it's it's different I feel like I would use it as a sauce more than US also I would use it both ways I would use it it also depends if you salsa that's more like less chunky big league unique days fresh funky fly and remember we're in the refrigerated section yes ten calories zero fat zero smart points by the way the no evil cluck cluck cluck cluck chicken it had to smart points a bar do very much of Argon okay we are moving on onto a new Yogurt Chill Bonnie Vanilla Greek yogurt with cashew butter. Are you so excited mikey loves Gert I've been waiting for like the yogurts with the the nut butter I tried them no and the stats are really surprisingly reasonable so that they that container that single serve container has one hundred sixty calories six grams of fat and eleven grams of protein at six points okay let slightly high right like it's high in the points department but await Ahmed at it ooh it's got giant swirls while leases making it swirl I am making its swirl look at talented I am is that the nut butter at the bottom is that swirling in I'm trying to mix it around what flavor is this cashew Butter Without Anneli Yogurt Oh okay spoon that is interesting it's interesting because like I'm a huge fan of cashews but I like it and did they have a peanut butter version I wish they did let's say it's not bad is it like it's great I don't know cashew butter is this is so interesting so they have a Hazelnut Butter version with Chocolate Yogurt they have an almond butter version but no peanut it's not bad interesting feels gimmicky it's not amazing do you think it's amazing no and I I love peanut butter like I don't get not a huge cash a fan love cashews I don't get such cashew flavor I don't get a huge vanilla flavor I would not purchase that there's better it's not terrible but there's you better Trapani out there that is true I do Johnny and they have great options that's just okay okay we are onto frozen who's feeling ready to be Um burn out berea prior scarves I up simply balanced organic keen Wa spinach garbanzo beans red peppers and onions seasoned blend okay so this is a meal starter kind of thing and what that means is like you know at some protein comes in a bag it's like a blend of grain and veg and whatever else he wanted to but we're going to try this chemo grain I feel like I heard it was a seed or son they would you like the Quinoa Salad Quinoa Salad I heard that like eight times I was like it's technically a flowering plant Oh she's young all right let's talk calorie count about this show one hundred and fifty calories a cup four and a half grams of fat four grams of fiber five grams of protein four smart points so I would like beef that up with more vegetables and some chicken but it's good I like it more than I thought I would it's well seasoned they did a good job there friends no more not but yeah and more spices if you want not too shabby and that's another house brand so that's exclusive at target simply balance and next up this is not a house brands as a brand from our past del Monte Veggie Veggie and Mozzarella Bites cited for this Oh wow this just seems like a decade the little fine for us it's like an odor of situation it's like a little fried stuff that looks good look at this stuff veggies what type of veggies and Mozzarella five pieces one two three four five they're pretty big five pieces to forty calories seven grams of fat six grams of fiber grams of protein eight smart points I feel like I have to look at it and tell myself it's forty eight calories apiece because to forty s intimidating for it's like a miniature hop pocket that's so it is it's like the world's cutest little pocket it's so good Manuchehr mythology that is really really good here's the thing this is not an everyday food for me this is like a treat food that I taste at work I probably wouldn't have it at my house but it's it's not a bad option especially if you have kids it's a good snack for them it's not unhealthy it's not overly high in
"anneli" Discussed on First Take
"Noted that outcome because it's that lopsided that is what i resent in the case of co why why would go to the clippers instead of the lakers beyond the point that i want it to make that that feed stores what i like max and wendy there's this i get eighty eighty one night some of basketball in elway has a poll suggests forty because of co why is with the clippers they're gonna contend ten the lakers with lebron in hd are going to contend bill me going at it with one another in tinseltown all right staple i love i love the i cannot deny that makes a lotta sense and that's where i would normally be but let me tell you a quick story struck a two thousand nine of ten a if you want me to do radio app nellie right and wound up doing afternoon drive with marcellus wiley and i'm gonna i'm gonna lifetime new yorker and i believe if you work radio in a town you should root for the team that's important to that town anneli that's the lakers i thought well i'm not gonna give up the new york football giants there is no team in ellie at the time no problem not giving up my yankees dodgers that could be my nfl team no problem i could see football you cla basketball no problem there's no rooting interest in new york and college sports could i give up my knicks for the lakers what the hell was i even thinking about you give up the knicks were the lakers one of the expense of the current went out the lapd six years enjoying the loss angeles lakers so stephen they made a lakers fan even though i agree with your analysis just as you say you love it when the yankees loaded i love it when the lakers are loaded i would love to see why side wins the lakers all would be writing universal lakers me back where they belong on top of the basketball world you know i was talking about this last night this is a referendum moment for the league if why goes to the clippers it's kind of end of these three super team they would have broken up and golden state co why a you know would have gone to the clippers and not joined the three men super team in elway then the nets have kyri under rant and not even yet it would sort of sorted begin a different era for the league i actually think it would usher in parity i could see next year being one of the most exciting years from a basketball standpoint we've had in a long time and says the free agency class has no drama really cause anthony davis who's gonna stay we wouldn't be talking about free agency in december summer we will be talking about the parody in the league that's why it's kinda holding his hand 'cause if he goes to the lakers that may be the greatest three teams super team it's ever been put together in terms of their sheer talent even that with the warriors team which would absolutely sensational i i couldn't honestly argue that they had three of the top five or six players if that's what why did the lakers would have that i don't know if there's ever been a time maybe back and were ready caliber players all the time on it would it would it another in some way would make the super team air extend out for as long as they're together so this this this and why doesn't care about any of that he's gotta make the best decision for himself but in a way the circumstances of lined up his holding kind of a historic mony mbh in his head they let me ask you this question for let you go what do you wish for as i mean you're entitled to have your feelings in your opinion in terms of what you wish for simply because you covers the league you're at most of these games you're traveling all over the country pain addity at these games you talk to people in the league excetera what do you think is in the best interest of the league would you prefer to see a i have you know i've spent a lotta time here in elway i used to go the clippers games to go watch be opponent 'cause i would say okay that's gonna be less people let media i'm gonna go watch these other teams in an as i slowly going clippers games i became more and more and more impressed with the clippers organization their coaching staff their ownership their front office this their decisions they made they just made another terrific trade yesterday i know nobody pays attention to what they get more hobo heartless who's a high quality defensive player and they get a first round pick form they're loaded with assets they've got beautiful a young young players that are really gonna develop they have done everything right isn't organization to to to have somebody come in there and make them a championship contender and a lot of ways they're like what the toronto raptors did waiting for co why succumb deliver them a championship team i don't wanna be almost twenty years i the first time i ever came the staple center for lakers game i've never forgotten it and it's quite picks the lakers i would totally understand it went down one point one thing out and i said you beautifully depicted were framed what's going on with co why in the kind of choice he has a decision to make and what you just said about clippers i wanna point something out when you have a team in one of the major markets in the two major new york and la with bad ownership wants that owners god indeed an adam silver used those tapes doesn't excuse to get rid of donald sterling the worst owner in keeping the team down look at what's happened to the clippers and therefore de l a's market and i will point out that the new york knicks seven order and james dolan he had that's one of the things keeping the market down at the good ownership with brooklyn has elevated the market and that's always a good thing what's going on people i'm only care of and you are listening to the first take podcast if you don't know numbers you don't know you're business folks but the problem growing businesses have that keeps them from knowing their numbers is a hodgepodge of business systems they have one system for accounting another for sales another inventory and so on it's just a big inefficient mass taking up too much time in too many resources and that hurts you're bottom line introducing net.
Trump Gives Hard-Liner Ken Cuccinelli Top Immigration Job Despite Bipartisan Opposition
"Immigration hard, liner, Ken Cuccia Nellie has soom the role of acting head of citizenship and immigration services. Several top. Republicans have come out against Kuching as temporary appointment. And Senate whip John thune warned the Republican controlled Senate was unlikely to approve a potential nomination for coochie LA to become permanent head of the agency, as a state lawmaker in Virginia coochie, Anneli, authored legislation, seeking to force employees to speak English in the workplace and he unsuccessfully fought to eliminate the fourteenth amendment's birthright citizenship
Proposed Fiat Chrysler/Renault Merger Could Upend Auto Industry
"The business wars daily is brought to you by Staples work is changing, but Staples is changing right along with it. The new Staples delivers solutions to help your team be more connected productive, and inspired. Learn more at Staples dot com slash change. From wondering, I'm David Brown, and this is business wars daily. Happy monday. Everyone put together businesses on four countries in three continents. In what do you have a merger, so massive? It could up end entire industry automaker Chrysler maker of Jeep Dodge Ram and Alfa Romeo vehicles proposed just such a merger to Renault last week. The offer comes after Fiat Chrysler spent years courting other potential partners, including Ford, Volkswagen, and even General Motors. Should the deal go through, it would make the merged company, the third largest automaker in the world following Toyota and Volkswagen? Currently General Motors holes that third-place lot Fiat Chrysler, is seven, the story is a dramatic when almost fit for a movie it involves the son of Italy's richest man, the arrest of a CEO, the death of another and even the president of France now, bear with me here while I untangle it for you. Fiat UC used to be enormous at one time it produced up to seventy percent of all of Italy's cars, its, owner was Playboy's, Yanni Anneli, who was so wealthy in powerful. He was considered the uncrowned king of Italy. According to the Wall Street Journal in nineteen Ninety-seven and yell. He's twenty one year old grandson, John Elkin joined the family business, but FIU, had weakened considerably by two thousand three Fiat was in enormous debt, then Johnny Ellie died, leaving the young L. Con in charge of an ailing empire Elkin convinced his family to increase their investments and bailout Fiat. He also hired a new CEO Sergio Marchi ONA who turned the company around in twenty eleven Fiat was strong enough to acquire the bankrupt Chrysler although successful Marchiani had a reputation for being a brutal negotiator, a reputation that quashed potential mergers, he died last year leaving the diplomatic Elkin in charge. And that opened up the merger possibilities. Meanwhile, Renault has had its own share of drama Renault his long been in an alliance with Nissan, but that alliance has been shaky since the Japanese arrested alliance. EEO Carlos Goan last November on suspicion of financial crimes Goan has denied the charges. Fiat executives say the two companies would share infrastructure and technology, but would not close plants or fire workers, French in Italian unions would have protested layoffs. The Wall Street Journal reports France owns a fifteen percent stake in Renault. The proposed merger is so delicate that Renault ran the idea by French president Emmanuel Macron, mccrone gave his blessing. Renault has responded to yachts bid with interest. The deal comes at a time when every major car company is developing, or already selling electric vehicles, and many have autonomous cars in the lab or on the drawing board carmakers need billions of dollars to develop driverless vehicles one factor prompting off. Oh, exacts to combine their resources. But analysts say a global marriage this complicated could take a year to put together and some observers warn that what looks good on paper can be extremely hard to pull off after all merging technologies is one thing merging personalities and cultures. That's something else in tirelessly. From wondering this is business wars daily. Hey, if you like our show, take a second to give us a five star rating and review on apple podcast. Would you. It helps people find it. Thanks a lot. I'm David Brown and we'll see you tomorrow.
An Interview with 'Game of Thrones' and 'After Life' Actor Tim Plester
"My next guest filmography includes game of thrones kick, ass bohemian, rhapsody in the absolutely wonderful afterlife. He is an actor. He's been a playwright. He is a wonderful documentarian. His name is Tim plaster, Tim. Thank you so much. How's everything? Good evening was evening here in, in London. Yes, I'm fine. I'm fine. I think we before we spoke. I mentioned you know with the time difference, essentially almost my bedtime here, so are trying remain awake and lucid as much as possible, but I would normally be getting into bed him up Djaama's. All right about this time. No. I think the world of you for coming on, and I can't even thank you. If we were face to face at buy you a logger or whatever. Nice bitter or Brown. I l is my is my drink of choice. Fair enough fair enough. So I have to say, you know, before we get into your acting in some of your training, I didn't realize how wonderful and how really skilled, you at developing documentaries, my goodness. Tim, not that I didn't think I would think otherwise, but, you know, you think you also he's going to be an actor. It's the traditional path to acting but you're a pretty talented guy, you've got play writing you are absolutely wonderful developing documentaries, touch a little bit about that. If you would. Is kind of the two things in a way. I mean they are connected in my. Distant past of, you know how it got into doing any of this really is that I think, in my initial kind of interest in it was was wanting to be an actor kind of understood an early age. I think that that was something that was a job. And people did it and I might be able to aspire to do it one day, and I somewhere along the line I started to write as well. And then I think I had this notion that how they would work together as I could be a writer and then right? The best part, so myself to be in and be a writer actor, that was my own when, when it was, you know, I'm talking about when I was, I don't know, ten eleven years old. I wrote my first. My first play which I don't have a copy of anymore. It was an adaptation of the hound of the basketball's show comes adventure, which Adat loosely adopted from the original source material by Conan Doyle, and then cost myself as a show comes in it. So I think in a way it was quite an egotistical thing as a as a young man, I would write plays. And then I would be in them as well as the kind of the, the lead actor earned slowed and I went to college, and I continue to do that, that I then at that point, I had a real Kashin the I wanted to be a kind of comedic actor on thinking about going right back to, you know, Monty python an had growing up. My dad had grown up making me not making me watch Monty python. But my dad was Monty python San. So it'd been exposed to that kind of. A knock kick. British humor Anneli agent. I think no something that I thought I wanted to do, when I was at college, I was still writing then. But if more sketches comedy sketches on somewhere along the line while it was a college, I decided, I was ready. I got more and more interested in the writing and slightly less interested in the acting and the writing took over for a while. I ran a theatre company when I first left college and wasn't acting tool. And then I fell back into acting. I think the thing that I was scared about with the suing acting actually, as a career when I left. College or university was I just had that fair sitting waiting for the phone to ring and I just felt I couldn't face it. And I wanted to do something that I thought I could be a could be doing something move proactive. I just felt it was very you basically had to sit and wait for the world to come to. And I felt if I was wrong to I could always be developing things I could be a home. You know, writing what I could I could do you can do that on your own team? You have to you. Can't you can't act on your own, you know, it doesn't it doesn't work that way. And so originally, the first things I made were were. We're not talk. You mentioned a toll my route to, to documentaries quite a long, one really in the first short films. I made were narrative comedies and I only fell into making documentaries about ten years ago, and that was again, just it was very, it was a personal story that came to me it was it was a story about the village. I grew up with I grew up in and the story that was connected to my, my father and my uncle and kind of ideas of English identity and just my uncle. Basically suggested to me one day that somebody should make a film about. It's about this English tradition of Danzig code Morris, dancing, which is open to much much ridicule in the UK. An I'd always lofted it myself when infected run away from it as a young man in never wants to do it. Morris dancing in the US as well. Unin Canada, Australia. There are more stones teams. A my uncle just told me the story about what Morris dancing meant to him onto the village where I grew up, and he suggested some they should make a film about it. And I sold about it for awhile muscle. Why don't I, I might get? And I didn't really know anything about documentaries. It wasn't a passion of mine and. It just so I think the kind of moving into documentary came from a very personal connection initially, and then I found out, I really enjoyed doing found it was a really interesting way to work. And I think you know this thing about documentary that I enjoy so nerve wracking the unlike writing script, which had been used to you end up writing the film in the edit. Don't do it. You flip the whole thing in you, actually if you if your instincts right on the day. Thank you, filming the right. Kind of things Mateen Durant kind of paper. But ultimately, you start to do the writing when you start to do the, the editing the pace, so yeah, and you're you clearly a skilled writer. I mean that, that just is pretty evident. But are you able to do you have any are you also documentary films his own documented, or is that something you pass off the somebody else, or hire somebody else to do? What you mean kind of doing behind the scenes not a like. So when you so I, I know you the documentary, I believe was it on Shirley Collins. Is that right? Yeah. Yes. Yes. So when you look at you hire somebody to do the camera work, or are you able to do that on your own? Gotcha. I'm with you. I am not a south futa. The term is I learned that, that muchly lost year. I am not self shoots. I work with another director could rub curry. Who I made two feature films with now and to shorts documentaries. Nice yet to Scholtz to features a Nive of us, and rope does a little bit of camera work, but I don't do any I we saw we, we always we, we hire people into, to do that side of things to do Cameron sound. And in fact, last year, the most recent projects men rope worked on together. We shot in the in south in deep, South America last year, which was never been to that part of the US before and had always wanted to go. And we hide a CHA from New York actually could Damian who came down a met in Charlottesville. And we went on a road trip with him. And he, he handled picture and sound and man rope kind of handled questioning and kind of start. Tried to steer in the direction that we that we saw it should go. But I, I would like to be able to be a bit more hands on, on the camera. But that's somebody list of things to do. Derek, is it seems talk? This seems very difficult and I to say, you know, I was on your website, today, which is fantastic. I learned a lot about you manageable research that, obviously, but, you know, I was watching your film, film real and so forth. It's you know you have a couple of projects coming up in the document documentary portion of your life. It's I believe I'm going to say gray, owl, and Daniel Boonsak, correct. Yeah. So both of those are in early stages of development that kind of connective tissue between the two. I think they're both about ideas of wilderness. Think. Yep. Done. You boom we did a bit of research on, when we were I've written in states lost you. We actually spent a bit of time in Daniel, Boone, national forest in, in Kentucky, and we spent some time with this poet, cold Morris. Manning is from Kentucky and he wrote a book in, I think, thousand full companion fouls. And it's a collection of poems written in the voice of Daniel, Boone. An I read that book or read read, not just that book, but a couple of Morris Manning's books. When I was filming a HBO project in, in Canada four years ago. And that's when I first is thinking about. Maybe doing something about Daniel Boone because it had been a, you know. A figure that a known about for a long time. It's quite a not of English people know very much about Daniel, Boone. Because I always had to the vested interest in, in kind of the, the, the American west and ideas of wilderness. He was definitely a you know, a nine the I knew I didn't know a great deal by him. But I, I knew something about the mythology around Boone and Morris Manning's book is, is fantastic pace of pace of work sites. A biography as poems is just a really kind of spoke to me and made me think that, that was definitely some, some room in not to be use Morris's poems. Maybe, as, as a starting point to make some kind of. Documentary about Boone and it just strikes me that nobody's touched upon boon for awhile, Don aware of right. There are popular TV shows are now in resting in the fifties and sixties, but he's kind of fallen out of favor in a way.
"anneli" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Lou Anneli used to drink so much when he hears a cubs manager. I didn't know, you know, he was the most more interesting characters really maybe even history because he was really good from two thousand three two two two thousand eight he won thirteen games or more. He led the National League. Winston two thousand six but he had some flame ups in flare out that were just tackler overshadowed it a little bit. He he was an interesting guy interesting surface here. I was reading in gives the Tribune today. Paul Sullivan had a piece about him. And he said asked him why the dogs and Carlos said, well, they wanna go to Mexico again. I guess he did okay. In the Mexican league last year, but he really wants to give back to the cubs doesn't he or least major league baseball major league baseball, certainly. And I know that his velocity increase when he from the tiny played in Mexico enemy played winter ball Venezuela. Probably let him to thinking at least giving him a thought to try to come back. I would think of major league come back. I think a Cup comeback would be would be fun. I don't know if you'll never feel was the guy who got rid of them. I was one of the first real major moves in the rebuild was to get rid of them. Don't know about the cubs. I always say never say never especially if he can throw again, if he can get your ninety five somehow you'll maybe somebody'll try relief. We'll see like I said, you never know he's back in playing in the United States again. So you know, we'll see what can happen sunny lost thirty five pounds. And he could always twin the bat the guy I was regulated couple of different times. When he I think he put it out of the park. Yeah. He did. He was a great hitting pitcher. I think is averages over two hundred. I remember a couple of homers. He was effective at the plate said he was a great player. You could make an argument from two thousand through two thousand nine he was real in that top five player stitches. He just had a very bizarre run where he had a lot. You know, we had a lot of wins. But also a lot of on. Field things you remember the blowups? Those were big parts of his narrative to. He got a lot of teammates. Joe Girardi is catcher at that point. Or is that post Joe Girardi, it was Michael Barrett. Yes. He was kind of in. He was signed in four kind of after the three thing. And he was there through I believe there's seven playoff run. I don't remember. I don't think he was on the eighteen, but he was there in Giovanni Soto took over form. So that was in June of os seven when he had the dugout fight. And then so that was the next day Lupino was thrown out probably his most animated action of the entire year. And if you've ever after that about nine or ten games behind the brewers went on a big winning streak at the end of that month and ended up making it up winning the division. So it's funny that that's Bronco blow up blow up kind of sparked the team because they were completely different the last couple of months the season the playoffs when they look like they're waiting that year. Back to Michael Barrett. He's the guy that sucker punch the SOX catcher, man. I mean, if that was a moment, I I actually live in Asheville, North Carolina. And and saw that I didn't see it live. But I'd heard about it and TV station went back at the replay. That's a moment. I mean that punch. I know for SOX fans that that. I know really diehard SOX fans at the moment. I mean, I'm Carlton Fisk guy. He's my favorite socks player of all time. But my second favorite is presents key. I forgot his first name noise from the World Series team HA AJ presents Kia, and he was a getting a Barrett's face of bad blood between his two guys. But Barrett did just sucker punch him. Yeah. He did. And what an important role AJ played on that team and still plays in the franchise. It's it's amazing. He was signed to be just a veteran guy to help out amazing the role and he hit become with that franchise. Hated him when he played for. Did he play Minnesota Minnesota playoff the contraction kids playoff teams that they had the early two thousand he was he was a good player for that comes to the white also giant too? So he was also agitator kinda guy comes to the White Sox. And really was one of those you could call Moog is their World Series team. Larry when I was coaching my kids little league team. I said always rim away of a third drop strike, right? Third drop strike you run. No matter what. Yeah. I mean, that's any look at that. He talks the only game they the playoffs to the four that. So they're tied going into their. He runs it out creating the man really important. I mean, really important moment because you go down to nothing. What happens, you know, changes that whole dynamic series on the socks didn't lose? Again. Larry hall is here from from channel nine joining us on wwl. So maybe maybe not will Zambrano ever Zambrano ever play in the big leagues. Again, looking right now today, do you think Kate Smith will ever make it back to the bigs? I don't know. The Yankees Yankees have essentially fired Kate Smith. Yeah. Interesting cultural story today. Yeah. Yeah. I don't know. I don't I never say never because you know, you don't know what's going to happen. I didn't I didn't know tiger was a major anyone a major Egypt. You just don't know if he can throw ninety five we're getting the upper nineties someone's gonna probably give them a look he's going to fill a lot of seats out in Rosemont that's already a good product. And when he's I guess they're making a reliever, which means he could be in any game, which is smart for them. Right. Because then you could buy a ticket any game. And just you know, if I was the owner of that team I called out of the manage. I say all right second you put big Z in. And that's when we start cutting the beer prices. Yeah. And you know, I guess it's a win win out to the ball went up to the ballpark once last year very easily. I didn't even drive about a ten minute walk to the bus stop easy place to get in. I think it's free parking spill real good night out there. It's gonna add experience. It's great for people to go out there and people who either in the city they want or those in the burbs ago season, Brian. It's a compelling story. Let's see what he can do. What what if he's really effective? You know, maybe he gets a minor league deal somewhere. Really? It's an intriguing soiling fun to watch and see what happens head. The least Carlos gets another chance to come back to a city where he did make a lot of memories and pitch again. I just hope that the manager of the Chicago dogs doesn't have a drinking problem because a big Z's going exacerbated Hoon. Dear said, I I think he's called the I would think at this point you think he's calmed down a little bit. No, certainly seems. We'll see we'll see be interesting to see what plays out. All right. Larry. Thank you watch on channel nine heavy. Great weekend. Thanks for Papa John. Thanks, man. Had wonderful weekend. Take care Larry hall. Joining us here on wwl. He wanted no part. Of the Kate Smith story, John Trump before please. The.
"anneli" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Fun dash for relevance as they add tweak would gray camp and Rourke barring another move how? However, all gray will walk after this year. So what? So that's the. That's the national pundits USA today's wrong more than their right? Well, I think the reds could not have done a better job than they've dying. Thank you. They've restructured the entire Ronaldo everything. And may not be done. Obviously, I'm happy. Probably you know, my sources tell me the reds are moving camp. Well, who knows what they're gonna do? I don't know move. I don't know too many outfitters. Gimme another starting pitcher. We got three. What about the D H common? Well, how's that gonna throw a wrench into all this? Now, they'd say well this year, the d h is coming you gotta live with it. And that's it is that been my source. They've been talking about the put the D agent now. So what do you do you and Matt Campbell become the D H? Well, there aren't they talking about twenty twenty nine twenty nineteen. I think it's this year. So they're gonna change apparently will know by four o'clock. Well, let's find out the and I think they're going to go with five outs instead of three a lower the mouth by six inches to. Yup. And I think the pictures are gonna throw underhand well, at least one pitch every batter. Not. Yeah. I'm glad you brought that up on a rather serious matter. Greg home and called me and said he would like to welcome the public park at home and Buick GMC at the corner of route thirty two and Alec lane in Eastgate. During the funeral procession tomorrow from twelve to one to STAN safely behind his fence to honor and salute deputy Bill brewers they pass around twelve thirty. Yeah. So for those of us who can make it be at the corner of route thirty two Anneli because of the kindness of Greg Allman and the funeral procession is going to be come by. They think about twelve thirty. But Clermont county would like those two can do that to lineup tomorrow about noon, despite the rain and to be behind a fence, it's gonna be. Tens of thousands of people, and that's one way to honor this fallen hero. Vars segment gave me some.
"anneli" Discussed on Z104
"And you're right. He said this once again Kevin Hart apologizes for his remarks that hurt members of the LGBTQ community. I apologize. And the final word is in the Oscars are not because after appearing Anneli he said, he's serious thought whether or not he'll step back into the role. The academy says they still want him Kevin has officially declined. And will not host the Academy Awards got it. Now, we're that we can finally move on post Malone is going through something. And nobody knows what it is. But he left a tweet up on Sunday night. And this is his tweet if you all are actually, my fans and friends and love me and want me to be mentally stable can y'all please. Let me live. I'm trying my best here. That's all. I can do. Well, now, everybody's wondering what the hell that means is postie going through something that we don't know about is he giving up weed for Lance. I don't know we don't know. But at this point. Yeah. Because that's that's pretty specific. You know, like, especially I'm trying my best here. And then the part about being mentally stable. Right. Yes. We don't know this could mean maybe he's sick of gain Russia at the airport by paparazzi. Maybe somebody broke into his house and said, I'm your biggest fan. It could be something like that. Well, we don't know is why posted it we do know that he did posted and one quick note. Shaggy butter said yesterday, yet production started on bad, boys. Three yesterday. It'll be called bad boys for life three, right? It has released eight January seventeenth twenty twenty but Martin and will back yet. Mike. Can't wait. Yeah. It should be a good one coming up in the next E ON the Pete Davidson moves on from Arianna Guerande with one of the hottest Cougars.
"anneli" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
"And if that's the Schick, it's really hard to get out of that Schick. It's a really hard place to start which it's like I've talked about it with Lisa limp. Anneli who's now left comedy completely. She's. She just is done with. She realized the climate of today is not going to support that insult comedy. She could still sell places and people would wanna come. She's just like done with it. It's like I can't do it anymore. And it's true. It's like, I think when you get into that space. It's either got to get rid of that person that you're bullying like, it's a weird comedy thing to get out of. Yeah. Well, the, you know, the the problem, and I talk about my book is I was dysfunctional family on my father was a funny, Greg I one day and the next day beating the shit out of us physically beating. So you never knew what dad you were going to get. And then I go to work for Howard. And it's the same thing all over again. Because now you have a boss who's one day laughing at all your jokes, and you know in town, and you have a great time with and the next day. He's telling you what a loser. You are how you know how you? Be nothing without him. How you have no talent. And you know, this is a guy that you looked up to and it was like, I was reliving my childhood. But and look I mean, how are is a guy who told me and Susanna on separate occasions when we when Suzanne was pregnant with our first child when she was like seven or eight months pregnant, he would see would say to me abort the kid enough. It to be a dad on the air to be funny. See that's the problem. And here in lies the problem to me funny. I don't know how that's funny to anybody. First of all never, you know, what's really interesting is that when someone's like is there anything off limits. I'm like, I've never found, you know, abortion jokes funny, or for storylines and shows I'm like, I don't really appreciate that like on girls and stuff they make it almost like a right of passage like everyone should have at least one or two Washington there because I'm like, no, it's a traumatic thing. And of course, I'm for you know, whatever someone needs to do with their life. But I'm always like, I don't like the. The throwaway of it miss. I don't think it's that's the one thing. I've never found. Humorous was he was trying to tell me what an idiot. I was. Comedy thing. Yeah. But see now people say like on the air that will. Well, that's on the air. Right. So people say to me, and I hate in the book is that, you know, John was Howard a good guy off the air, and I go he was a great guy off the air. And they say also on the as all and act like go off the as all act because the real Howard is the guy on the air. He he's that little geek who wants to say what an asshole you are who wants to say Israel feelings, but he's too afraid to do it without a microphone when he gets the microphone. He has. He gets it gets power. And then he could do it and say what he really thinks about you. So for anybody wants to know the real the real Howard is that guy on the air. Now now, as you know, his show, he's trying to change is all image now and be this watered down he's trying to make up with all all the celebrities that he trashed. And you know, he's, you know, like, you know, you'd put a couple of things in the books like who is person, but why not chain? So what if he's nicer what why not be nicer? He's still interviews. Good point. But if that's the case where he's gonna make up with all the all the all the celebrities he treated poorly in the past. Why not make up with me arty Grillo KC Jackie all the guys that worked for many beat up so badly. In other words hill only make up with the Hollywood type. So he can be accepted by Hollywood..
"anneli" Discussed on Upgrade
"Friday, Alex Cox, and Matt Kass Anneli used to work at workflow and shortcuts team. I think in the show Cosima apple and talk about make basically all the stuff. You would issue again stuff about commission, but just about using technology devices to do the things that you want them to do and tied seven point eight percent, which was baffling to me. They got the exact same amount of votes is the show that I do playing fun relaxed which again, I was really surprised to see playing for fun here. And I thank everybody for that token about like joy like wanting to the I love wonderful because it just brings me joy. That is what I am. What may have tried to do playing fun? Like we. About good stuff. Australia fun. We do trim. And we just wanna put nice stuff into the wall. So I genuinely really appreciate the the vote for playing for fun that from from the upgradings. Thank you for that. Jason one is your new show. It's I'm just going to say see above the good place. The podcast was new this year. I loved it. It was my number one new podcast this year there. There are some other ones out there that are good. But this is the one that was the best for me. My vote is for show the Mike O host tiff on playing for fun does on the incomparable with clockwise host mica sergeant which is somehow I manage which is a reward show of the office. I love the office. This show has got me to rewatch the office again. And I really like hearing to absolute office nuts like day out soup. Offense talk about this show. Again, it is a show that brings me joy because it is talking about the fun stuff in my one of my favorite TV shows of all time. And I think that they've done some really fun things. Like, they have super hilarious intros will of the time with like recreate something from the show, which with their amazing acting which I really enjoy and I love that they give Dundee awards out at the end of every episode and something that I've value greatly in this in this podcast is that they. They do not spoil anything in for the future. Like, I can tell I mean, they spoke about this. But I can tell the great the great lengths that they go to. So that if you will watching the office for the first time, they don't spoil stuff that happens in late seasons, which I think is super valuable for a show like this. So my my vote for my favorite podcasts newcomer is somehow manage let's nice as somebody who's to does the incomparable now work. That's so my my if my daughter were voting she would vote for somehow, I managed because Jamie, doesn't the officer favorite TV show. She really wants to be on somehow, I manage I think she's angling for a guests lot at some point. And and that's amazing because she does not want to be on podcasts. We have to drag her on, and and she listens to somehow I managed she listens to it regularly and loves it because they they love that shows much as she does. Which is pretty cool. I by the way, Jamie this year for Christmas. One of the things I got her was Dundee award. Oh, very good. Actual Dundee award statue for fine, fine work. She loved it. So where are we going to vote for this? I look I listened to twice I want the good place the podcast win. I mean, you gave me an award. So yes. All right. That's how it works. I feel bad for tiff though, she's got to nominations in the same town right on the doorstep. But not quite there yet. So that's it. That is our upgrades. So don't forget you to upgrade. He's don't come where you will find all these. All of the list of all of the wins and the Ranas up for this year and all previous years from twenty fourteen through to twenty eighteen this was the fifth annual upgrading awards. You can find more you can find links to every nomination and not just the run us up. If you wanna find out more maybe about the books that Jason listed some of the video games. All of the nominations will be an shuts which you can find your cost of choice or relate to 'em sash upgrades such two to six you can go there or if you use a great podcast app. You will see the artwork
FDA Seeks Ban on Menthol Cigarettes
"The agency has proposed a complete ban on menthol flavored cigarettes and cigars about a third of adult smokers and more than half of all youth smokers use menthol cigarettes among African American youths who smoke. It's seventy percent. I spoke to FDA Commissioner. Dr Scott Gottlieb, just after the announcement. Why take aim at menthol menthol is one of the primary vehicles by which kids are initiating on tobacco in large part. Because the menthol flavor that mentholatum cigarette itself masks, some of the undesirable features of smoking smoking. Has been declining for more than five decades is centers for disease control says forty two percent of American adults smoked in the early nineteen sixties last year three to drop to fourteen percent. Children at parallels. Ninos Anneli skid row. Got a big surprise former first lady Michelle Obama made a surprise visit and read with a group of four year old. It's part of a penguin random house's one million book donation in
"anneli" Discussed on I Think You're Interesting
"I'm weirdly like a big fan of this show that I happen to be on. So I really, you know, I love watching the different pairings and seeing how people interact in their real life chemistry come through. Yeah, yeah. So you like to watch the show, do you like to watch yourself in the show, or is that still like it is? It's a little tricky. I mean, it's definitely easier to watch yourself in a great show. You know, it's like, I, I mean, I trust the writers with my life and the editors are incredible. And so you just trust yourself to do your thing and they trust them to do their things in. It usually ends up working, not to say, I don't love watching it. I'm usually kind of watching with like a little bit of my hands of rise, but I usually watch one by myself and just kind of stare at myself and gag the whole time. And then I watch another with my husband or friends or whatever, and it's so much easier to take. It's just, I think most actors have a little bit of hard time. I have to listen to this podcast every week. Is that the little segments put on our website and it's its own voices, don't we? Our voices are. So they're so dumb voices are dumb. But I was talking to, I think some other actors the other day. Can't remember who it was about if they watch themselves. If we watch ourselves and a couple were saying like, there are so many things that they never watched of their own, and there's almost like a compulsion with me. Like if someone else has seen it, I have to see it. It's kind of like, you know, knowing if someone's talking about you behind your back or something like I, I don't care if you're talking about him back. I just have to know what you're saying. That type of thing. It's like that, like I need even if I hate what I watch. I need to see it so that I'm like, I don't know. I don't know some sort of, I don't know if that's narcissistic or just being in charge of my own destiny. Well. Well, you like before the good place, you do all sorts of stuff like you're just like your. I am db pages just a long list of weird legit. Tell me about like kind of journeying through that because they did the good place like you got berry just happened very close to each other. Within the same month. Wow. Yeah, yeah. Isn't that crazy? I know I, yeah, I should look at my day, but because I want to say it was like a week apart. I know we shot the pilots week apart, which is crazy because we're in season three of the good place in just about to shoot season to marry any character would be very different from Janet, but very different. Yeah. Yeah. But you know, you say I have a long like IMDB history, which is true, but it's nothing that you know, you know what I mean? It's like a lot of weird little. I mean, I wanna say indie films, but hardly even that it's a lot of like comedy sketches, a lot of web series by. Not it's not high. You say it. I performed still since the early two, thousands I've been performing at the upper citizens brigade. You're in New York Anneli. So you know a lot of relationships I've made. There you go off and you, you make a little something and you know, sometimes it goes to like a little short film festival or a real phone vest. Wait a second. I just implied that a short film. It's not a real film feature film yet, but I did a couple of tiny bit parts on a couple of things you would have heard of, but mostly was just saying yes.
Julie Chen, wife of departed CBS CEO, takes time off from 'The Talk'
"CBS chief executive les, Moonves exiting the company effective. Immediately but a flurry of sexual misconduct allegations owned his wife. Julie Chen heads up talk a female talk show that had its season premiere today. Not there for the season nine premiere, Julie Chen. Sharon Osborne, telling the live studio audience Jen is taking time off to be with her family Osborne called the premier bittersweet. And she also addressed the moonville situation saying that she was called on issue. A statement in support of moonville has several months ago. I was born says things have changed after she made what she called a diplomatic statement concerning moon, vets now after seven more women have come out the stories are so similar pattern is so similar for me. It's it's. Not been convicted of any crime. But obviously the man has a problem. CBS says moon Vezina CBS will donate twenty million dollars to organizations that support the metoo movement and other groups fighting for workplace equity
Adrienne Mitchell, Universal Music Group and Troy Carter discussed on KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens
"Attention where what I've found is. The street racers kind of operate under the guise of night and more desolate area estimated that nearly one hundred eighty people have died in street racing. Anneli county since the year two thousand Three twenty with, a live look at your money here's Adrienne Mitchell from Nyanda bendy is selling up to half, of Universal Music Group as it announced the sale this fall the French media conglomerate also. Ruled out ninety oh the Vendee is cashing in on a surge in music streaming that's brought new life to. The music industry after years of decline analysts think Universal Music is worth. About twenty four billion dollars Spotify go between with musicians is leaving artists relations, had Troy Carter will stay on as an advert an send advisor till the end of the year. Carter's departure had been speculated about for months especially after he objected to Spotify is move to penalize artists accused of, domestic violence policy it soon, amended big Macs have been around for fifty years in McDonalds is celebrating with a commemorative MAC coin it'll give them away starting Thursday with the purchase of a Big Mac they. Can be redeemed for free big Macs or the end of the year or you can collect all five One. For each decade on Wall Street tech. Stocks wrapped up their worst three day some since March the, Dow fell one hundred and forty four points the NASDAQ down a hundred and seven and the, s&p down sixteen we check your money at twenty and fifty after each hour I'm Bloomberg's. Adrienne Mitchell can extend seventy NewsRadio after seventeen years there's a call now to declassify all of the remaining documents. From the nine eleven attacks we'll have that story for you coming up. Two minutes from now.
"anneli" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"It's seven, Twenty-three Elbert, big man Howard co founder of the Black Panther. Party who served. As newspaper editor information officer. And logistics genius behind the group's popular social programs has died in Santa Rosa he was eighty years old and. Suffered a long illness Howard was one of six people who founded the Black Panther. Party for self defense in Oakland that was in October nineteen sixty six the political organization started out. Patrolling police for possible abuse against blacks he and other key members quit in one thousand nine hundred seventy four he later worked as an administrator at. A college organized a program for jail inmates to take courses singer Demi. Levato reportedly in stable condition. At Anneli hospital after suffering suspected drug. Overdose TMZ says Levada was unconscious when paramedics responded to a medical emergency at her Hollywood hills home paramedics called, police for help in the case but the LAPD tells, can acce, there's nothing criminal, about the. Incident Pasadena. Addiction, specialist, Dr Joseph Perazzi. Tells can Levada has had to deal with a. Lot of demons from her past let's make sure successful these that she's able to. Drawn pain from her test Father was an alcoholic and drug addict and so. She was very traumatized by that and that was. The example that, she had and also is part of what, beater successful her, songs all, deal with some of the that should endured. In early life at one point Levada kept clean and sober for six years but Dr harassed he says no matter how long an addict stays clean they're always just one drink or one drug away, from falling off the wagon. And l. a. federal judge has tossed a copyright infringement lawsuit brought against. Guillermo del Toro over elements of his multiple Oscar-winning fantasy the shape. Of water the suit. Had, been, filed by David Zindel, son of the late playwright Paul Zindel. Alleging, the story characters and themes came. From his father's let me hear you whisper FOX. Searchlight called the allegations baseless baseless rather it wholly without merit now the. Judge has dismissed the case a pastor and screenwriter are suing Oprah Winfrey. Alleging they gave her the idea for the green leaf mega church drama series As, for, the Oprah Winfrey network, but they weren't compensated they say creative. Theft in Hollywood has become a cottage. Industry this suit is filed in LA superior court. And mirrors another one in federal court that was dismissed nine days ago Scorching heat and record temperatures expected for tomorrow more at the bottom of the hour it's seven twenty five. We have traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the fives, this report sponsored by Walgreen's here's check route well if you're leaving downtown LA on.
"anneli" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And shy and small or which is what he ended up doing he just realized oh i'm just gonna make this my thing this is this is my flair this i can actually use this to my advantage and just be a proud person is very very comfortable in my skin and not everyone will be down for that but those that will will will appreciate this and so he's someone who can't help but be himself and sometimes that is a lot for others right they feel like it takes up their space and i think when the character of allen comes into the show my character brings up a lot of feelings for him and so they have conflict and and because he is so proud when he feels that conflict there instead of running away from it he kind of wants to like go in and poke that a little bit like what's going over or what what am i making you feel what are you feeling he's a really really beautiful character and i think he's i think he's i think he's the most courageous one in the play now guys down he's wonderful and i've learned so much and i've realized so i've unearth so much of my pass with him because i think like being a small gay man with a bit of anneli voice i had my masculinity issues growing up and and earn my early twenties i remember feeling shame about that and and in the hierarchy of of gay society feeling like i was less than because i was an effeminate human being did you really oh totally one hundred percent if i met a gay man who was masking i'd be like oh my god and he can he so mask and he could totally pass as if it's a good thing whereas now for me it's like someone's effeminate someone's masculine or whatever or they you know with blurry whatever like it just is what it is but it's not good nor bad but rehearsing this show was really really fascinating because i was able to go back to that old i was like four robbins ago sides of robbie there's many people in this ed and and i was able to remember all that shame and unpack that and sort of and i think he'll it to in many ways because i do think of emory as being braver than i am in a lot of ways i mean he he's very flamboyant but he does seem to be kind of at home mentally you know do you did you feel like he was a stereotypical character stereotype i don't think i think the aesthetic of it may be a stereotype but like but that heart and that strength beneath it all is what was unseen in the past for that character people being nellie was used as tools a gag was just there for a laugh but then to be able to showcase the heart and the painted that came from and the and the creation and why those walls were built that was very different for the time and that is all about mark the the demographics of the characters he wrote and the new ones if they have that is even is even more impressive in the fact that he wrote a play about nine gay men wow it's a testament to you robyn i mean i think i think the trap with any of these rules is to fall into a type and i think the writer does one thing but it's the actors job to have insight into the words and therefore make a world and you i mean i i there's so many things about this play i love i get to watch it every night yeah as the cowboy but the amount of dignity that these actors are bringing to the role that that's not something that easily comes off the page or not boring right multifaceted dignity right speaking of watching so you play the cowboy and the cowboy gets to watch a lot and take things in and he has many different punch lines and i was very touched that you dedicate your performance to your dad and in the program it says your dad was one of the boys how he was gay yeah he he was married and had us kids and decided that he wasn't living authentically how old were you when he gosh six months well.
"anneli" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"And locally police believe that they have the ben salem man who's wanted in the stabbing death of his exgirlfriend this morning the victim's body was found moments after authorities say that she called nine one one claiming that her former boyfriend is trying to kill her with the update is kyw's andrew creamer forty five year old william table is the ex boyfriend of theresa priestly she was found stabbed multiple times in her car just before seven am near hume ville road and brookwood drive twelve hours after that he was taken into custody but not before ben salem public safety director fred harrison says table was involved in another stabbing this one in philadelphia i'm told stabbing occurred in a homeless camp and the twenty four district which is where table was captured as for priestley's murder you stop trying to make rhyme or reason that of you know some woman is doing nothing but trying to go to her job works hard supports our two children gets into her car and gets killed there's no explanation for that just madness table is charged with criminal homicide kidnapping and possession of an instrument of crime andrew kramer kyw newsradio anneli eyewitness weather five day forecast clear skies overnight seasonable with a low of sixty eight degrees it'll be mostly sunny hot and more humid for your tuesday with a stray late day thunderstorm these are mainly late at night for philadelphia but could impact areas north and west around the time of the evening commute most of the day in philadelphia will be dry tuesday wednesdays a couple degrees cooler highs in the upper eighties then mostly sunny thursday watching a week system that'll pass by to our south could touch off a shower otherwise partly sunny high eighty seven on friday mostly sunny and nice with a high of eighty eight and will keep the sun shining on saturday highs again in the upper eighties which is seasonable we'll see sunshine most of the day just the.
Rabies in bats on rise in Mich., health department finds
"The second day of july i'm greg bowman and brooke allen for wwe j newsradio nine fifty warm sticky day tomorrow with some sun and a spotty afternoon thunderstorms especially south of the city the complete accuweather forecast coming up it's eighty nine degrees at detroit metro airport wwe news time for three developing news the mccomb county medical examiner now working to determine how man died after his body is pulled from the clinton river today the latest live and local ww j newsradio nine fifty sarah huber's ara greg the body had been in the water since at least saturday when to kayakers called sterling heights police to report that they had seen it floating police and fire did not find anything in the water however today another kayaker called to report a body and this time police found him behind the property on utica road near seventeen mile and dodge park lieutenant mario bash anneli says they have no indication yet of how he got there we've got no ports of you know a person being with a group of people one person came up missing in the water just initially came in on saturday then that someone thought they saw body floating in the river and so we've been searching ended up eating to the area sometime bashing says there was also no sign of any kayak or bicycle in the area reporting live zaher hooper wbz newsradio nine fifty also developing this afternoon there's an uptick in bats testing positive for rabies according to the michigan department of health and human services ww j health reporter dodger deanna lights joins us live and local with more good afternoon diana good afternoon brooke while the health department isn't sure why there's an increase in rabies lynn sutton is with the michigan health department as of the.
"anneli" Discussed on Your Own Magic
"Hopefully you'll get some good stuff anyways alley loves you guys by the way she'll be in this episode in spirit i will feel her presence there while i am with emma emma anneli have such a strong bond too but allie will be back soon guys i promise i know i know she's been i'm so thankful that you guys i'm not really really thankful the so many of you are tuning in and loving all of the episodes that are the past two episodes which have not featured are wonderful allie but i've received someone to love from my solo episode and a lot of people that relate to that body image and eating disorder issues which i have definitely experienced so i'm so glad to connect with you guys on that level and thank you for that it really means the world we also have lots of amazing guests coming on the show this upcoming month we've booked so many for april that have made a great impact in the world i can't wait for you guys to hear there was so wow it's been about eleven minutes nassau okay and plus it's a quarter past six so i need to head to emma's to talk all things got us in tapping into our divine feminine superpowers love you guys enjoy always wait tell me while you have to always with your left hand terror role oh by the way we're playing tarot decks dick like straight into it straight into we're playing with her deck terrorist qe we say tara dex grab your dick my love get your hands on.
"anneli" Discussed on Bigmouth
"The so much the end and so much on this recco that feels extremely roar on thursay that kind of thing county all the imagination chapman edited the entities may isn't that not just good reuter yes yes yes that's exactly it it is really good writes in but then all all writing is drawn from personal experience them and a ham yet he might not act on his as yet deeming the saying he got fancy sufficient croat until now what but there is an accent were you might hear this song about uh you know resentment to an elite anneli low the road o2 solely split open the that materials go to come from so i don't know let me but i mean you right it is fantastic topquality writing and but you also somewhat thinks of it once a month think that what to adults us think yet he doesn't turn her now he doesn't an now and wasn't it wasn't it muriel grow he wants said you can't rodney thing without so when somebody oh oh yeah shards of glass graham green is well mccurry adds spanish out of gaza wearing a rock great is your cell anyone outta wants huddle of ten that was shot lashed well i found it both very much living i'd also top points of ain concise at thirty five minutes because we're all busy being where all busy people and if he can fit in safi my screens at thirty five minutes then i take our hasslefree i am he does i know the kind of euphoric no with down's florida's night with united prime happy sat amisi do we think this is coming evidence that in a middle ages no longer boring an old please god say you own definitely is i don't think it has been for years actually i caught remember my middleage parents being boring i'm not in evidence.
"anneli" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Is jackson driving road went up wildly often look no good boy the call a foul on wild pitch weird anneli say i'm not saying it was the feller was it what would what dave let's go tonight as we get a look at the replay i honestly don't know what they're looking at a hat quit the city the city the city kicked two wickets footprint he was already it was contact pier on the dry but they didn't call that there filled it again i'm sorry i don't see him either i don't either jackson it's the free throws 53 45 and all of a sudden east point lead for michigan state which is their largest yup supali time with bill that is showing the replay gimmick a big board i mean at its root second free throw no good long rebound tracked down by sander's 53 45 michigan state three minutes the blair the secondhalf sanders liberate for baker on the rack logo far side baker now at near midcourt shot clock at fourteen baker to his right baker right of the lane to these past april maria the lane eugene up and move now and bailed out i think because she was a noman's land well it wasn't a foul mashad it was a foul before all that look like the classic okay get the rights the foul marie it's two free throws but the good thing about that gerias rutgers gets chance to free throws you tito murray really shooting the ball well nine of his last eleven stops the clock too so.
"anneli" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The state no arm for the longterm anneli of francis gets being called vi worst wildfire in the history of northern california thirty one people are dead hundreds more missing and so forth there's no end in sight salama county sheriff roberts you're donald says seventeen of the victims are from his area fortunately in a case like this we have some some of these or who remains of actually intact the bodies our if dinovite letise if he thinks some of them are merely ashes and bones in in early may never truly come from it of identification on ashes president trump expressing and patients with having to devote longterm federal resources for puerto rico's recovery one mayor carmen cruises slamming that respond commander in chief he's like a hint hey all over the place and rather than offering confortable words wien have you can't be a president the an executive make sure that all dancers freighter neuro and they are getting things thera houses approved thirty six billion dollars on emergency relief for the us territory and the white house is cutting off subsidy payments to insurers selling obama care coverage sierra crawford explain responding to reports on the president's decision senate minority leader chuck schumer house minority leader nancy pelosi released a joint statement calling the move quote a pointless sabotage and accused trump of punishing the american people for his inability to improve the health care system now they claim millions of americans will suffer because the president wants to him to the white house says the.
"anneli" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Friday night program for trump told them on wbap at ten forty seven pm well to tom petty ahead his album dan the torpedoes threat what years that from guesses takers let's see here was damn the torpedoes yeah let's say okay ago uh seventy nine and what was on a here comes my girl even the losers refugee while that said pre and then five more what else is honor mm don't do we like that what's it magnolias phnom there every refugee here comes my girl even the loser's don't do me like that that's four strong songs on one album i was watching an area with him he was being interviewed by uh oh jerry shambling they're both that naric your cheinal guinea die yeah like to like a year or two or three gallic conan o'brien was crying he was mella make fun of them for that because that's one of his colleagues i will make fun jimmy kimmel for crying when cecil lyon gets shot i love that there's did you see this they're making fun of jimmy kimmel on a anneli benches with our tree dark sing is that you know estrogen show or whatever yeah exactly but to hear your torpedo don't don't bungling navy officer accidentally fired a torpedo into a nuclear dockyard while doing maintenance how does that happen he was given a getwellsoon pack is to restores confidence every attention to spur of the moment missile tests without instruction manual amoured in plymouth so he accidentally fired a torpedo at a nuclear dockyard flew across a jetty smashed into a fence nobody was hurt ninefoot missile not armed blasted out of the hms argyle while the ship was moored in plymouth's devonport naval base while dude stingray torpedo whoa oh i love this i love this this one shoelace mistaken for news causes racial uproar at michigan state apparently an african american college student in a dorm dorm room hall or something saw some shoelaces hanging around a door handle and it looks like a new so she felt threatened didn't and all this kind of stuff this is what happens when you live your life looking to be offended going around looking for things that will send you right this is when it's all about you and you being offended and microaggressions in this this whole garbage law these this this stupid stuff but then they investigated.
"anneli" Discussed on Elm Town
"I'll just change stuff around because i'm interested in changing it a combination of those things and more the the biggest driver was curiosity like i wonder like i saw that posted on owned about using g h c j s to compile the compiler i wonder owner if i can put that in anneli and it turns out that works and then that was an actual like spur investigate like a spike almost there's also jewish cj asses is well known for generating like absurdly large files so that that lets you spike of kim i see if i can make this file smaller and can i deliver to a browser wait it's like acceptable for for folks from silicon valley to your places in the world that don't have very good internet connections so that involve like trying trying out the closure compiler because i think g h c j s has some sort of built in support but i couldn't get work and trying out ugly fai with like you know just tweaking settings and kind of like specifying functions as pure by hand in the configuration see if that brings down the size and that got it down to about four megabytes which is being yeah but not so big that you can't load it if you have like a nice like loading intimate like a nice like a progress bar and you are are aggressive about cashing after that first load and somewhat acceptable internet right.
"anneli" Discussed on WTMA
"The comanche that's right there is a extremely excellent cowboy movie made by john ford with john wayne called the search here's an in it there is an enemy whose brilliantly played called the command and the commanche kidnap up docs anneli would and john wayne spans the movie tracking her down he searches for her but i learned from david that the command the comanche we're not josh marauders are barbarians are savages or like aliens from another planet that they invaded in in immigrated into this vast region on top of the publians is that what happened in yeah that's really the the fruit of a couple of billion researchers just in the last few years um in particular sub fouls who teaches at bonnard uh new york um discovered comanche walk art just five years ago five and ten years ago in the upper real ground where we never thought through match you should have been at all and he interpret this very very faint while card as uh warriors telling stories to a rapt audience nothing nothing to be seen later preserve but just almost like a professors scribbling on a chalkboard um but the searchers image of the command she is the most ruthless indians of all you know right he may they're made in the alien creature is just like a science fiction movie yes uh is really what really unfair to the man she who possibly commanded the largest indian.