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Ukraine artillerymen target Russia troops in Donetsk

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 6 months ago

Ukraine artillerymen target Russia troops in Donetsk

"Ukrainian artillery has been deployed to the Donetsk region where soldiers have been repenting Russian troops on the front line. The Ukrainian crad rocket is maneuvered to point to Russian positions in the eastern Annette's region where tense battles have continued to rage when ready the rockets are fired. The soldiers fired using coordinates received from commanders and quickly sped away to avoid detection. A Ukrainian serviceman operating the weapon known as voron, said he thinks the counter offensive in the donuts region will be harder than it was in the harkey and Hassan regions, saying it will be very difficult, but we can do it. We know why we are doing it. The move by the Ukrainian military comes as Russian forces pounded provinces of Ukraine that are annexed but not fully under their control, including the Donetsk region. I am Karen Chammas

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"annette" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

Real Estate Coaching Radio

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"annette" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

"One of the best things you can use red X four is as soon as you sell one of your listings, get into red X and see what is expired in that same neighborhood and or competing neighborhoods over the past even two or three years because now you've got a great compelling story to call that expired seller with and let them know that you were the one that sold that house down the street. What does that do to your plans? How about a free comparative market analysis while we're on the phone? That sort of thing. Absolutely. It's a great, very efficient use of redux. Okay. Not to mention the fact that with for sale by owners, how many of the for sale by owners right now are priced according they're all probably under priced. Most for sale by owners do not know what the directs in the market's going, so they're actually under priced and right now, if you're getting into real estate, we always prescribe after you work your centers of influences your primary spoke that the next thing you want to focus on is choosing a proactive spoke, which is going to be FizzBuzz or expired. I mean, there's other sources too. We do 20 different sources to proactively generate to. But if this buzz right now are going to be the honey hole because they are already decided they're going to sell, they've already decided and told you what they think their house is worth, it's going to be easy for you to know that most likely because of the inflation rate, they're under priced. And chances are the house is going to inflate in the next 30 to 60 days by at least what it would cost to hire you, which with commissions and all closing costs is typically about 8%. And most markets you're going to be able to cover that, they probably underpriced anyway. So that's a not a difficult conversation to a seller. They can have their cake and eat it too. They can Annette what they want to net from the sale of the home and you take care of all the hassle. This is a skills based approach to real estate, but it's duplicatable. You can apply.

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"annette" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"annette" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Wherever you're listening to this right now you can probably subscribe to us and if you're not subscribed you should because there's always new episodes coming there's always older episodes that you may be having checked out yet and you should check them all out. You should also rate and review us on apple podcasts or pod chaser or good pods or wherever you rate and review. Podcasts you can also follow us on social media at piecing pod and join our facebook group popcorn and puzzle pieces and of course we really really appreciate it when you share this show. If you like the conversation we're having if you like what the show is and how we do the whole puzzle pieces thing and all that share it. Get us in front of your friends. Get us in front of new listeners. I just wanna keep getting this thing out too many new people as we can and i really appreciate it whenever you guys share the show. So thank you so much We also have a patriot. On the produced by david rosen peachy. On where i combine bonus and advanced content from piecing together as well as awesome movie. Here another great movie podcast that i produce and for my music career and i got some music stuff coming. I believe next week at the time of this posting Or it might be right after the wedding. I told you about at the top of the show. Who knows what i'll have. I'm for this coming week to get up there but definitely in the next week or two. There's gonna be some new music stuff. hitting the patriots on. And we just uploaded a bonus episode of awesome. Move year for the james bond. Movie you only live twice. It's actually a kind of between seasons bonus episodes so check that out if you're a subscriber to the patriot or if you get You can then check that out then. So let's closing out speaking of music with a piece of music and i don't know it was kinda of just digging through my hard drive looking for something weird. I don't really have anything like the music. Sparks put out but This one's kinda weird it's an unreleased track that I think i might have had it on my reverberation at one point back when that was the thing. It still is a thing. I just don't keep up with it anymore But it never made it onto any albums. But maybe if i ever put out like a b sides bonus track compilation kind of thing. I would put it on there because it is a pretty cool track. And it's nice and weird so i thought it would be a nice one to include here on this episode. It's called krystal moon so enjoy this track and Maybe check out that reverb nation. Some of my old demos are on there. You know what don't do that. Just go check out my real albums if you like my music. Don't check them every nation. I should probably take that down at some point after the wedding. Maybe anyway this is crystal moon. Hope you enjoy augie back of more piecing it together coming up real soon.

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"annette" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"annette" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Wherever you're listening to this right now you can probably subscribe to to us and if you're not subscribed you should because there's always new episodes coming. There's always older episodes that you may be having checked out yet and you should check them all out. You should also rate and review us on apple podcasts or pod chaser or good pods or wherever you rate and review podcasts. You can also follow us on social media at piecing pod and join our facebook group popcorn and puzzle pieces and of course we really really appreciate it when you share this show. If you like the conversation we're having if you like what the show is and how we do the whole puzzle pieces thing and all that share it. Get us in front of your friends. Get us in front of new listeners. I just wanna keep getting this thing out too many new people as we can and i really appreciate it whenever you guys share the show. So thank you so much We also have a patriot. On the produced by david rosen peachy. On where i combine bonus and advanced content from piecing together as well as awesome movie. Here another great movie podcast that i produce and for my music career and i got some music stuff coming. I believe next week at the time of this posting Or it might be right after the wedding. I told you about at the top of the show. Who knows what i'll have. I'm for this coming week to get up there but definitely in the next week or two. There's gonna be some new music stuff. hitting the patriots on. And we just uploaded a bonus episode of awesome. Move year for the james bond. Movie you only live twice. It's actually a kind of between seasons bonus episodes so check that out if you're a subscriber to the patriot or if you get You can then check that out then. So let's closing out speaking of music with a piece of music and i don't know it was kinda of just digging through my hard drive looking for something weird. I don't really have anything like the music. Sparks put out but This one's kinda weird it's an unreleased track that I think i might have had it on my reverberation at one point back when that was the thing. It still is a thing. I just don't keep up with it anymore But it never made it onto any albums. But maybe if i ever put out like a b sides bonus track compilation kind of thing. I would put it on there because it is a pretty cool track. And it's nice and weird so i thought it would be a nice one to include here on this episode. It's called krystal moon so enjoy this track and Maybe check out that reverb nation. Some of my old demos are on there. You know what don't do that. Just go check out my real albums if you like my music. Don't check them every nation. I should probably take that down at some point after the wedding. Maybe anyway this is crystal moon. Hope you enjoy augie back of more piecing it together coming up real soon.

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"annette" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"annette" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Our number. Yeah that's right but he called he called. He was interviewed at cannon. He was he called louis car wrecks the the best film director working today. Wow that's bold. that is especially with his resume. Yeah and then. He had a pretty good kind of like award type. Performance with what's his name with the noah baumbach. Oh yeah i mean. I was like that kind of took over the whole conversation. That was a huge performance. Brilliant patterson yeah yeah patterson's gray Also spike lee clansman. So yeah. I mean he's just working with everybody and just consistently putting out great work. Yeah so this is one of them in my and him as a singer chocking yeah. Yeah he's able to do it. You pulled it off. it's all. He's a bryan singer but man he really was able to do read quality talking nasal sure then going about the into it. Well i think that does it for a net christmas or another movie. Us recently like to recommend to our listeners. So i would recommend no sudden move. Okay if you hadn't seen it. I think it was really interesting. Don kind of old school crime thriller really elegantly done. What's nice about the the soderbergh of the world is that they just have this confidence at the stage in their career and you to see everyone of the top of their game you know. It's not a perfect film but it's very interesting makes you think and it's just like these great guys having fun. They're having their at the point in their career where they're not nervous. Yeah and so you feel the confidence in that film so no sudden moves the type of story where it allows a director and really flex their confidence muscle without being trying to overcompensate for insecurity. It's like he's a great director at this point. We just feel that no sudden moves really good and bobbins star goaded vista. Del mar. dat was. That was fun movie. You don't talk to me is a fun movie. Yeah absolutely well. Awesome chris when you tell people what you've got going on with the film okay. Well i got a bunch of stuff going on so i am in so of course bizarro. Fantastic oh was the film that i plugged here many many times. And it's technically not even released because of kovic really all the festivals wanna hit got delayed or nash back so we really kind of took a couple steps back to get a running start for twenty twenty two so we're going to be doing a really aggressive festival tour now that it's wrapped totally done. It's finished and you can see it now. If you'd like could reach out the dave or myself you go to chris cornell dot com and see a way to contact me and i can definitely give you the film early..

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"annette" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"annette" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Our number. Yeah that's right but he called he called. He was interviewed at cannon. He was he called louis car wrecks the the best film director working today. Wow that's bold. that is especially with his resume. Yeah and then. He had a pretty good kind of like award type. Performance with what's his name with. noah baumbach. Oh yeah i mean. I was like that kind of took over the whole conversation. That was a huge performance. Brilliant patterson yeah yeah patterson's gray Also spike lee clansman. So yeah. I mean he's just working with everybody and just consistently putting out great work. Yeah so this is one of them in my and him as a singer chocking yeah. Yeah he's able to do it. You pulled it off. it's all. He's a bryan singer but man he really was able to do read quality talking nasal sure then going about the into it. Well i think that does it for a net christmas or another movie. Us recently like to recommend to our listeners. So i would recommend no sudden move. Okay if you hadn't seen it. I think it was really interesting. Well done kind of old. School crime thriller really elegantly done. What's nice about the the soderbergh of the world is that they just have this confidence at the stage in their career and you to see everyone of the top of their game you know. It's not a perfect film but it's very interesting makes you think and it's just like these great guys having fun. They're having their at the point in their career where they're not nervous. Yeah and so you feel the confidence in that film and so no sudden moves the type of story where it allows a director to really flex their confidence muscle without being trying to overcompensate for insecurity. It's like he's a great director at this point. We just feel that no sudden moves really good and bobbins star goaded vista. Del mar. dat was. That was fun movie. You don't talk to me is a fun movie. Yeah absolutely well. Awesome chris when you tell people what you've got going on with the film okay. Well i got a bunch of stuff going on. So i am in so of course bizarro fantastico. Oh was the film that. I plugged here many many times. And it's technically not even released because of kovic really all the festivals wanna hit got delayed or nash back so we really kind of took a couple steps back to get a running start for twenty twenty two. So we're going to be doing a really aggressive festival tour now that it's wrapped totally done. It's finished and you can see it now. If you'd like could reach out the dave or myself you go to chris cornell dot com and see a way to contact me and i can definitely give you the film early..

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"annette" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"annette" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Then we'll get into some closing thoughts here on a net for the finished. Puzzle includes the saddest music in the world. Tommy the umbrellas of shirt. Berg vox locks being john malkovich. Six a anomaly. Lisa adaptation holy motors. Bo burnham steven. Ray brother theodore woman is a woman. Racer head mahala dr repo the genetic opera. Romeo and juliet romeo plus juliet. That is Yeah dancer in the dark and magic flute We got a lotta interesting obviously lots of musicals but a lot of weird stuff. Of course gonna use that weird word we have to use it throughout this but Yeah any closing thoughts here on a net before we wrap it up. Yeah the only thing is. I've said you know throughout this but watch it again. If you saw once. I feel like it's an easing movie to dismiss. Yeah but there's a lot in there i was. I was really emotionally affected by it. I thought it was a great. I mean people throw this word around. I said it a couple times even tonight saying masterpiece but it feels like it something special. You're really does to me and it's what's weird about. That is that. I could also see being so easily written off. It's not an undisputed masterwork where you walk out and you go anyone. That doesn't like that nuts. It's like sometimes you see those movies at the oscars. Where i know with oscar bait and i know that there's some small movie that didn't get a chance to even be because it doesn't have enough money comes to mind is like a king speech like a king speech is like oscar bait one. Oh one short. But it's so damn good. When i watch. I'm like yeah. This is the best picture of as like the undisputedly graded it and that is not like that. I could definitely see some wasn't for me. But there's like a weird little masterpiece in there. I really think that so. Give it another try or if you're going to be your first time go in expected. It's weird and get over it. You know there's a really great story that actually makes sense. You're not going to be kind of grappling for things. The way you are other art movies. I've been a strong spine in their narrative. That we'll we'll bring you through and the music yes really stuck in my head. I sang different song every day. That's awesome. I want to hear you sing some more songs later. Yeah not good. I don't sing. Give you a little taste of my arm. Good that was good My only other thought that. I just wanted to mention briefly but adam driver. Is there more interesting actor right now. Nope and he's a freak giant so yeah so unique. Put like making such great choices at the time. Who would have thought like first of all that he didn't get swallowed up by being star wars. Like but then on top of that to just he's worked with so many of these like interesting directors like kind of directors. You just imagine that an actor that cares about acting just hill to work with you know. And he's worked with practically everybody at this point and it just keeps making more interesting decisions like that and he's really brilliant in this his i mean he is. You can't take your eyes off of him. He is excellent in this film. Yeah and yeah. You're right. I think i can't i mean i love. He's everything he's worked with jarmusch the is he on the cohen's yet a small part but in inside lewin david. That's right that's right. Yeah and then..

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"annette" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"annette" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Ray brother theodore woman is a woman. Racer head mahala dr repo the genetic opera. Romeo and juliet romeo plus juliet. That is Yeah dancer in the dark and magic flute We got a lotta interesting obviously lots of musicals but a lot of weird stuff. Of course gonna use that weird word we have to use it throughout this but Yeah any closing thoughts here on a net before we wrap it up. Yeah the only thing is. I've said you know throughout this But watch it again. If you saw once i feel like it's an easing movie to dismiss. Yeah but there's a lot in there i was. I was really emotionally affected by it. I thought it was a great. I mean people throw this word around. I said it a couple times even tonight saying masterpiece but it feels like it something special. You're really does to me and it's what's weird about. That is that. I could also see being so easily written off. It's not an undisputed masterwork where you walk out and you go anyone. That doesn't like that nuts. Like sometimes you see those movies at the oscars where i know with oscar bait and i know that there's some small movie that didn't get a chance to even be nominated because it doesn't have enough money comes to mind is like a king speech like a king speech is like oscar bait one. Oh one short. But it's so damn good when i watch. I'm like yeah. This is the best picture. Wakes like the undisputably graded it and that is not like that. Could definitely see some wasn't for me but there's like a weird little masterpiece in there. I really think that so. Give it another try or if you're going to be your first time go in expected. It's weird and get over it. You know there's a really great story that actually makes sense. You're not going to be kind of grappling for things the way you are at other art movies. I've been a strong spine in their narrative that we'll we'll bring you through and the music. Yes really stuck in my head. I sang different song every day. That's awesome. I want to hear you sing some more songs later. Yeah not good. I don't sing. Give you a little taste of my arm. Yeah i liked that. That was good. That was good My only other thought that. I just wanted to mention briefly but adam driver. Is there more interesting actor right now. Nope and he's a freak giant so yeah so unique. Put like making such great choices at the time. Who would have thought like first of all that he didn't get swallowed up by being star wars. Like but then on top of that to just he's worked with so many of these like interesting directors kind of directors. You just imagine that an actor that cares about acting just hill to work with you know. And he's worked with practically everybody at this point and it just keeps making more interesting decisions like that and he's really brilliant in this his i mean he is. You can't take your eyes off of him. He is excellent in this film. Yeah and yeah. You're right. I think i can't i mean i love. He's everything he's worked with jarmusch the is he on the cohen's yet a small part but in inside lewin david. That's right that's right. Yeah and then..

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"annette" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"annette" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"I don't like. I don't want to think too much about the stuff. So i'm not going to watch it. But he made a comedy out of the mozart farce magic flute and he brilliantly adapted for cinema in a way because he worked a lot on stage as well he was a great stage director very prolific stage director but he also did many many films of course and then the connection with sparks. Who did the radio play for. Swedish radio called the seduction of bergman. There they were big admires of his work and revisited and a lot of his films when they watched them when they were writing their radio play. And when you watch a magic flute. It's a great way to experience the opera. If you've never seen it if you never have listened if you don't like opera whatever it is even as familiar with it. Great way in to the opera. And it's so funny and it's so visual and so fantastic. I think that Sparks were probably equally influenced by it as someone like car wrecks. They probably both find common ground with the bergman's magic flute. Yea it must have been interesting. I mean i'm sure there's some interviews and stuff like that out there. It must have been an interesting collaborative process between these two just so a to to creative people while three who who really seemed to know what they want out of out of what they're making you know they make very specific interesting things to see. Those kinds of people. Collaborate must be an interesting process at all. I bet. I think there's probably no. I mean i'm what i'm amazed. Is the success of a collaboration like this could so easily be a mess. Yeah one of my favorite spark songs is thought. I told you to stay in the car. Now that's and so if that doesn't put you put it perfectly. How weird and funny. These people are and it's operatic. Just it's it's totally and so again you just have to. It's all good. Are you have to submit and let your let it kind of develop but yeah to have these kind of creative people that creativity sometimes can burn you down and you could be so passionate and so involved in it and stuff and to collaborate with someone who's of your equal or different than you but But of an equal standing and you know in terms of an artist that must be really challenging. Yeah and to have a result they have a net be so symbiotic. I said it feels like if i didn't know anything about sparks which i hardly did when i saw it but i knew we'll just a little bit. Let's say i missed the opening credits. And i had no idea that they had written all the music or is there kind of brainchild. That was their story out of. This is the perfect. Leo's car filmed like him. And then the more. I learn about sparks the more i go back. I think this is a sparks film. This is their movie and they did it and the fact that they both they both coexist is phil. Phil's like them to fascinating. Yeah it's really interesting. That's that's a feat in and of itself absolutely. Well i'm gonna go ahead and do the finish puzzle. Then we'll get into some closing thoughts here on a net for the finished. Puzzle includes the saddest music in the world. Tommy the umbrellas of shirt. Berg vox locks being john malkovich. Six a anomaly. Lisa adaptation holy motors. Bo burnham steven..

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"annette" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"annette" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Of reference has that artistic quality has the surrealness of it has the boldness of it has a satire element but then it uses music mccleary profoundly and then the last one i'll mention is ingmar bergman's the magic flute. Okay so ignore bergman very famous for being these dark sad swedish movies that are about life and death near thing. I don't like. I don't want to think too much about the stuff. So i'm not going to watch it. But he made a comedy out of the mozart farce magic flute and he brilliantly adapted for cinema and a because he worked a lot on stage as well he was a great stage director very prolific stage director but he also did many many films of course and then the connection with sparks. Who did the radio play for. Swedish radio called the seduction of bergman. There they were big admires of his work and revisited and a lot of his films when they watched them when they were writing their radio play. And when you watch a magic flute. It's a great way to experience the opera. If you've never seen it if you never have listened if you don't like opera whatever it is even as familiar with it. Great way in to the opera. And it's so funny and it's so visual and so fantastic at think that Sparks were probably equally influenced by it as someone like car wrecks. They probably both find common ground with the bergman's magic flute. Y- it must have been interesting. I mean i'm sure there's some interviews and stuff like that out there. It must have been an interesting collaborative process between these two just so a to to creative people while three. Yeah who who really seemed to know what they want out of out of what they're making you know. They make very specific interesting things to see. Those kinds of people. Collaborate must be an interesting process. I bet i think there's probably no i mean i'm what i'm amazed. Is the success of a collaboration like this could so easily be a mess. Yeah one of my favorite spark songs is thought. I told you to stay in the car. Now that's and so if that doesn't put you put it perfectly. How weird and funny. These people are and it's operatic and so again you just have to. It's like all good. Are you have to submit and let your let it kind of develop but yeah to have these kind of creative people that creativity sometimes can burn you down and you could be so passionate and so involved in it and stuff and to collaborate with someone who's of your equal or different than you but But of an equal standing and you know in terms of an artist that must be really challenging. Yeah and to have a result they have a net be so symbiotic. I said it feels like if i didn't know anything about sparks which i hardly did when i saw it but i knew we'll just a little bit. Let's say i missed the opening credits. And i had no idea that they had written all the music or is there kind of brain child. That was their story out of. This is the perfect. Leo's car film right like him. And then the more. I learn about sparks the more i go back. I think this is a sparks film. This is their movie and they did it and the fact that they both they both coexist is phil. Phil's like them to fascinating. Yeah it's really interesting. That's that's a feat in and of itself absolutely. Well i'm gonna go ahead and do the finish puzzle..

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"annette" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

05:55 min | 2 years ago

"annette" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"This berry singular in special and i think the incorrect has that has his own feeling yes. I'm on drive though for as my puzzle piece awesome. Yeah definitely I'm out of pieces. You want to out a few more rapid fire okay. We won't get an and maybe the ones you've you've seen we can talk about a little bit more sure so A really fast one. That is i mean superficially connected as i wanted to mention repo the genetic opera okay because if musical elements obviously but also is strong visual presence. I think that they're both such brilliant visual films. Rex brings to the film that that that sparks handles in terms of the music. like what. What's amazing to me about this film. A net is that you can listen to the soundtrack with no movie. You can turn the sound off and watch the movie with no music. Yeah and i think they would be successful independently of each other usually. I'm a big believer. That every piece of film puzzle has to be working together for the greater success story that they should be cohesive and be working with each other but every now and again you have a unique film where you have to artists. You know sparks as a unit brothers. The two brothers says the band and you have someone like leo's and they are both so strong in their creative vision that they can almost be independent of one another while supporting each other. Yeah so that's another reason why i wanted to mention. Repos is because that's the strong visual film. Yeah i agree. I mean i think that weird sure we we can call all of these movies. That that That car wrecks makes weird. But i think visual like an interesting visuals is like the number one takeaway from from what he does. What is weird mean right is it. Is it bad that it's just weird. Mean bad shouldn't miss you know we're the thing is i mean i don't know if i give. I might be too accepting of weird films. Just because i'm hungry for different things so i tend to be a little forgiving if.

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"annette" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"annette" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"This berry singular in special and i think the incorrect has that has his own feeling yes. I'm on drive though for as my puzzle piece awesome. Yeah definitely I'm out of pieces. You want to out a few more rapid fire okay. We won't get an and maybe the ones you've you've seen we can talk about a little bit more sure so A really fast one. That is i mean superficially connected as i wanted to mention repo the genetic opera because if musical elements obviously but also is strong visual presence. I think that they're both such brilliant visual films. Rex brings to the film that that that sparks handles in terms of the music. like what. What's amazing to me about this film. A net is that you can listen to the soundtrack with no movie. You can turn the sound off and watch the movie with no music. Yeah and i think they would be successful independently of each other. Yeah usually. I'm a big believer. That every piece of film puzzle has to be working together for the greater success story that they should be cohesive and be working with each other but every now and again you have a unique film where you have to artists. You know sparks as a unit brothers. The two brothers says the band and you have someone like leo's and they are both so strong in their creative vision that they can almost be independent of one another while supporting each other. Yeah so that's another reason why i wanted to mention. Repos is because that's the strong visual film. Yeah i agree. I mean i think that weird sure we we can call all of these movies. That that That car wrecks makes weird. But i think visual like an interesting visuals is like the number one takeaway from from what he does. What is weird mean right is it. Is it bad that it's just weird. Mean bad shouldn't be you know we're the thing is i mean i don't know if i give. I might be too accepting of films. Just because i'm hungry for different things so i tend to be a little forgiving if.

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Painter Bob Ross Is Subject of New Netflix Documentary

The Boxer Show

02:10 min | 2 years ago

Painter Bob Ross Is Subject of New Netflix Documentary

"Phone line. We welcome our good friend, Dr. Bob Thompson, professor of pop culture at Syracuse University. A Bob Good Morning. Good morning to you. So let's start an excuse me. I almost started coughing here, so I have not seen this yet. But I must say By this new documentary with Bob Ross, because I feel like this is going to really complicate the legacy of the artists that we all know, painted happy little trees pretty well. It doesn't so much complicate his personal legacy comes off pretty much as the usual Bob Ross with a couple of little revelations, an affair and a number of other things, but it certainly complicates the Legacy of who controls Bob Ross. His name and all the rest of it. I will think twice before ordering a Bob Ross mug after I see this stuff after I saw the documentary So the the back story behind this is you have the and I hope I get this right. The his family, the Kagalovsky family. Is that close to how to pronounce it. Okay. So you've got you've got Bob Ross, Uh and Annette and Walter Kowalski. Who were the ones? Of course. Who, uh, kind of helped him too. Become more popular with the T V show, which, of course, would then lead to the sales of his stuff in his seminars, his painting lessons and all of the rest of it, But then Bob Ross also has a son. So Bob Ross dies. This Bob Ross Inc kind of takes things over Bob Ross, his son loses control of, you know the name Bob Ross and all the rest of it, And mostly this documentary is the revelations of Ross, his son of things that happened after he died. But in the course of all that, there are also a lot of great clips of our Bob Ross's TV show and all the rest of it. And if you have not yet discovered, and there was kind of a renaissance of this show after he died, If you've not yet discovered it, it might make you go and take a look. He made television like

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Greece Wildfires: New Blazes Burning Outside of Athens

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

Greece Wildfires: New Blazes Burning Outside of Athens

"More wildfires have broken out in hard hit Greece two places have triggered evacuation and that's what they did to southeast and northwest of the Greek capital the first place which proconsular Canete region southeast of Athens was making its way towards the national park nearby as a result three communities in the area were evacuated some residents desperately hosed down their homes hoping to save them from the approaching planes the fire department said to ninety one five points and six water dropping planes and six helicopters on the other side of the capital to the northwest another blaze brick house in the village area with strong winds were expected to keep the planes coming and evacuation Annette was also treated for three villages and that's area Greece has been roiled by hundreds of wild plants this month with the place is coming on the heels of the countries most city heat wave in decades which has left its poorest tinder dry I'm Karen Thomas

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Movie Musical 'Annette' Is a Straightforward Story yet a Directorial Fever Dream

All Things Considered

02:09 min | 2 years ago

Movie Musical 'Annette' Is a Straightforward Story yet a Directorial Fever Dream

"Opera. Annette got this year's Cannes Film Festival off to a boisterous start. The crowd gave a full five minute ovation for stars Adam Driver and Marianne Cockatiel, also for the band Sparks, which composed the music. Our critic Bob Mondello, says that the festival audience going crazy kind of make sense because the film itself is kind of deranged. Before there's anything to look at on screen and there will be astonishing things to look at. We hear the voice of director Leos Carax telling us that he intends what we are about to see to be literally breath taking. Breathing will not be tolerated during the shell. So please take a deep last breath right now. Thank you, And then he gathers his cast. So may we start and they sing their way out of the recording studio. So may we start and into the streets of Los Angeles to start a story of odd couple, Henry and Anne entertainers of radically different temperaments. Henry calls himself the shape of God and stops the comedy club stage. I'm here to make you laugh tonight. A green hooded bathrobe, scowling and muttering at his audience. Yes, laugh laugh. Wow, I'm not sure I can do it tonight. I'm not sure I should. Even trying Making people laugh is, uh, disgusting. He means that alienating paying customers is his stick and has played almost psychotically by Adam Driver. Henry is good enough it insulting patrons. It's amazing. He still has any. But on this night, his rant includes the confession that he's gotten engaged to a far classier celebrity who's played by Marianne Courtyard. No, this ain't a joke so far. Yes, and different throw stuff. What's wrong, Lady and in me, you disagree. Why is she too Perfect. Yes, I and I some loads some insect. Okay, I'll accept that

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Interview With ULA's Tory Bruno

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

02:16 min | 2 years ago

Interview With ULA's Tory Bruno

"Hello and welcome to the czech six. Podcast i'm jen. Damasio executive editor for defense and space. I'm here with space editor. Irene clots a very special guest tori bruno the president and ceo of the united launch alliance. That means he's the principal strategic leader of the organization overseeing all the business management and operations but the real reason why. We're very excited to have him with us. Today is that you a. Is on the verge of launching. Its new vulcan centaur rocket and that might be a good place to start the discussion the upcoming launch. So maybe you can open with that and tell us a little bit about the vulcan in this particular mission sure so woken is is in fabrication right. Now we've actually built the first booster already. It's not the first one that will fly. It's the first one we built a can fly in its down at cape canaveral annette's brand new mobile launch on the recall. The vlt vulcan mobile launch platform in its path. Finding for us in tanking tests. It's making sure all of the software and launch hardware and support equipment. That is involved as working properly. One of the things people probably would never guess maybe they would if they thought about it but the launch pad is actually win more complicated than the rocket. there's all kinds of pneumatic hydraulic systems and electrtonics and whatnot. So that i booster has down there doing that. It's been doing that for several months. The actual booster that we will fly first gazette. One will go back into line when it's done in flight later the one that will fly. I is in the factory right now being built. We've just put the tanks together so it looks like a booster in getting the other things that will go on it. The the pacing item. I think i've shared with irene before is still the beef or blue origin rocket engines and to sort of. Put it in context. You know whenever you develop a new rocket. You're pacing item is always software unless you have a new engine and it's always engine

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Court Orders Shell to Slash CO2 Emissions in Landmark Climate Ruling

PBS NewsHour

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Court Orders Shell to Slash CO2 Emissions in Landmark Climate Ruling

"Court in the Netherlands has issued a landmark climate ruling. It ordered the oil and gas company Royal Dutch Shell to cut carbon emissions by Annette 45% by 2030. Court found that shells current emissions plans are not enough. Climate change Activist shared the outcome outside the court in The Hague. They said it will have a ripple effect worldwide. We're very, very happy that way. No, I have this groundbreaking ruling where the court is crystal clear and the fact that corporations should should indeed contribute to solving the climate crisis based on human

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Balloon Release Honors Grandmother Killed While Leaving Church on Mother's Day

WGN Programming

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Balloon Release Honors Grandmother Killed While Leaving Church on Mother's Day

"Gathered in posing for a balloon released. Remember Annette O'Neill as deeply religious and devoted to her church. The 62 year old had just left services at the church on Mother's Day when she was struck by a 17 year old driving a stolen Dodge Charger the team is in the hospital has not yet been charged. Opposing officers are searching for four other people as possible suspects or witnesses. Community activists and your homes Roman reach out to for you to put a family that those individuals get bringing down this street. Got out of that car care that got out of that car. I'm gonna pray for you and your family. Get somebody in your family turn you in. Neil leaves behind two Children, four grandchildren and her husband of 36 years Chicago

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Supreme Court sides with Google in Oracle’s API copyright case

Cyber Security Headlines

01:57 min | 2 years ago

Supreme Court sides with Google in Oracle’s API copyright case

"Supreme court rules in google's favor on java. Api case the us supreme court ruled six to two in favor of google in its copyright dispute with oracle over twelve thousand lines of code from the java. api used an android originally written by sun microsystems which oracle acquired in two thousand ten the decision perverse decision by the. Us court of appeals for the federal circuit oracle had asked for nine billion dollars in damages. In the majority opinion justice. Steven brier wrote the use of the code was protected under the copyright doctrine of fair use firmware malware on the rise according to microsoft's march twenty twenty one security signals report over eighty percent of enterprises were victims of at least one firmware attack. In the past two years the survey had respondents from one thousand companies from china germany japan the uk and the us reported the majority of security investments or going to security updates vulnerability scanning and advanced threat protection solutions. The report notes that nist national vulnerability database has seen a fivefold increase in firmware attacks. In the last four years the report found that only thirty percent of business invest in hardware based memory encryption forty six percent are investing in hardware based colonel protections while twenty one percent of decision makers said they were not able to monitor firmware at all. Ap ap's exploiting vulnerabilities in s ceasar and the fbi issued a joint advisory that over the past month threat actors have been seen. Exploding three vulnerabilities in fort annette's four two zero s currently the seems limited to scanning of devices on three reports for the s s. Vpn web portal flaw. But the advisory warns this could escalate to more sophisticated diaz or sequel injection attacks or serve to gain access to networks across multiple critical infrastructure sectors to gain access to keep networks as pre-positioning for follow on dead exfiltration or dead encryption attacks patches for the exploits are now available and the advisory recommends applying them immediately as well as disabling unused ports

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"annette" Discussed on Whispering Huntys

Whispering Huntys

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"annette" Discussed on Whispering Huntys

"Fit. Yeah that's just feels kind of disjointed. It'd be it's fine to have all of these influences. It's like how do you make your own. Try and be other people who are you. You know it's the same thing with olympia right now. And it's so funny. The budgets are like. I don't think she knows she is yet because there doesn't seem to be much five kind of like. I'm a glamorous. Awesome new stick anything. I love to smile and make-up's flawless as well as livia was doing in the beginning. I'm glad to see not in a hateful way. But i'm glad to see her struggling right in this middle portion of the competition just because it's like she's getting called out for the things that because she's very very new to drag and she's a lot left to figure out and identifying herself and she's getting ready for it by the judges like feels like they're giving her an opportunity to continue to so i'm just saying it's engaging to one. Yeah but she's very cloudy like old to performing yup perform. Yeah you know so. I have a quick segment idea. Maybe that could be a good rap. If you want just by saying coups the queen you think is going home next. And who's the queen you think is gonna win right now just based on where we are. We'll just Let let's get going home next because that's utica at this point. Take the crown simone simone rosa but it should be simone but i think rosa could also i think roseanne got mic. Yes with that top four. I would add olivia to that. But yes you agree is out. Mix simone and rosa. I think simone winning possibly got. I would be thrilled. This is sapphire love mic. Honestly at the end of the episode. I went through. And i made a list and literally i was like okay got mic final four simone final four by four and then i was like candy or livia and then has to be a living olivia. No during this episode. I was like ooh maybe not quite cooked yet. And can't he's stitch good. Tv candy in. Oh you know what they would do that and it would make me upset just because like she has for her to win after today with the green suit and it was not it was it was horrible and some other really bad. I'm like no way between the track record is just very handy. Good tv i would. She even co-produce that math moment like it's four her. Yeah that's true. Like i couldn't do the math then. She had to ask a math question and then she got it right. I was like candy. Which producer are you like. You know hooking up with on the side because they're right relied who are you willing. Yeah or is it. Just that you are co co-producing this and i do believe that she has a co-producing credit. We're gonna see the would be like candy. Executive produced by you know rupaul massage and then your read god dollhouse. Did i really like candy. But yeah all of your points. I keep forgetting that. She hasn't had any wins because she always seems to like be in the spotlight. See well see. Here's a prediction candy will not win. She will be She's gonna win. She'll be the winner. Imagine at least she'll at least get miss congeniality to musa imad. How dare you who good. Thank you everyone this. Is amy light beautiful saturday morning. Thank you so much for being here. Felt great to have this little k- k key for all the for all the you know gals pals and non binary pals thank you guys gals and i was like. It's gonna sound so good. But then i can't say it correctly Where can everyone consensually stock. You find you you know. Just just celebrate your person. You can find me on twitter. At a stork's that's a s. t. o. r. c. k. 's dispel that german. It's dumb and then on instagram. just at an storck-made you can find you there My website is also just a nets workman dot com and Follow korea-mania on instagram. Corio mania that's not that's not actually from the musical but you can put it in. It's fine no no falling to the knees please. Uk girls. I'm berry tanner with With some falsetto. You know.

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"annette" Discussed on Whispering Huntys

Whispering Huntys

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"annette" Discussed on Whispering Huntys

"Where we watched season thirteen because in america. Omagh my gosh. She's the only drag race on tv. So we're very happy here. We are here to watch some commercials by the queen's got i just realized drag raise this week was just like a bunch of commercials pretty much just a bunch of commercials so click. We didn't even drag race because it was like just ads the whole time. Yeah pretty much. I don't think there was any of that. I wanted to drink literally. Rose as i guess wine. There was even a soda. That like i would also refuse to lick but You know Yeah i also that out of a. Cow's kitty yeah. That was yeah. I'm blacking that out right now. You know what we're back. We're still with that. We're still yeah. We love them and we hope you'll love our conversation. Yeah so we're back. Get into the episode. Get into this situation. 'cause it's all we have now. We know we have forty more episodes of season thirteen. I know yeah any by this time. In twenty the twenty fifty will be done with the us season and all-stars drag queens of the world or whatever like what does it drag. What's the singing competition. Oh god what's it called again queen of the universe now not it means at queens of the universe not the needs of the universe. Yeah okay maybe. It's like eurovision like queens in the universe. Yeah it's it's supposed to be similar to a eurovision type of feel but it's yeah okay but i don't know we'll see how how that is well i to recap that I just wanted to also just briefly say shadow to my roommate. Because so my mooching cable off of my cousin. I don't know what happened. Made my cousin chancellor cable package. I almost didn't watch the episode like last night. And then i like like hop onto your youtube tv and he was like so sweet. It took us like five hundred dollars to get through goal so that i could like you log in but thank god for youtube tv because that's our washington driving down girl. Good nice yeah. I only watched the first a couple of weeks of season thirteen on youtube tv because that was the free trial now i just have it purchased on amazon video and i watched it in the morning right or we start cute. Your i love it so preston. Clean all right guys you get into the episode like subscribe. Follow tennis the message. I don't know you have to.

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"annette" Discussed on Whispering Huntys

Whispering Huntys

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"annette" Discussed on Whispering Huntys

"Mod night so it's all very exciting and then he left dream and is now. Not own this podcast. We're just gonna move along to the episode ultra okay. I'm i'm almost there. So thank you for joining us cafe. Grab your favorite person Start that activity.

"annette" Discussed on Whispering Huntys

Whispering Huntys

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"annette" Discussed on Whispering Huntys

"Back back again. I we go to the final a nollie. We have to watch the final and we're going to seep. We're going to see if the london queens going to win vs the scots. Maybe not scottish queens will start getting represented. Anyway we're to talk about drag race. Uk season two finale. I was desperately trying to switch to a scottish. not by mouth. Just wouldn't do it. I was like three hundred goodland. You knew it was it was it was. I was like my tongue. Just wasn't ready to do it anyway. But ladies and gents and everyone else. I don't know more more rhymes than just guys. Gaza non binary pows will i think of of more. Yeah but you guys done I'm sad but i'm also so happy because to rupaul's drag race things at the same time just way. Too many took a lot. Yeah so we're not gonna do that anymore. And i'm excited about it. So excited to say goodbye to doing to at once at least for five seconds until until thirteen end. Australia's starts. Perhaps we'll see literally going to be like the finale of the us. Australia will be like debut. And i'm still waiting for everything. Hit the fan but like that's definitely going to happen but we've got some amazing people with your we we do. We have an fellow comedian actor creatives and they are so cool Tell us about it. I guess net. Oh yes romy german. Reo he's a new york city based actor and comedian. He has a lot of credits in new york theater in regional theatre. He's done a lot of voiceover and he does a lot of personal comedy on social media. That is hilarious on my guy. And he's comedy twenty comedy henny. He's also a standup and sketch comic. Formerly on night at you see be new york and can be seen at comedy clubs all over the city especially when it comes back and co host is the coast of my broadway memory on broadway podcast network. And now he. He has his pants degree from. Nyu cap twenty one studios with strasbourg. But like honestly get into my broadway. Memory is like four bias basically. It's just beautiful. Love letter to broadway. We also have a net store. C'mon who is a new york-based comedian and playwright. She writes i mean. I don't know if there's a thing that she doesn't right but it's all it's all humor phone. We're going to have links to her Her website just died she. She sets good satire. If you're finished shakespeare if you're a fan of comedy if you're fan of women that are really just like changing the game. Get into to the pulse. Yeah and it's so cute on the episode. We bombed because we're actually Kind of from similar areas of the country that people need to learn about And what's so cute about this. Also is that their fellow members of the family. So you brought nick together and also brought me an at and remmy together and how did you meet remmy. I don't know if you also through. Ucb stuff yeah. So it's all we are all fully fully circled there We kind of met and then like Just became friends anyway. Because you're part of the community. And then he got an.

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Fault Tolerant Distributed Gradient Descent

Data Skeptic

06:36 min | 2 years ago

Fault Tolerant Distributed Gradient Descent

"Hello my name is native. And i'm a computer scientist. Gay as opposed to grow researcher at ebay university switzerland. I work on distributed computations. Specifically i work on. Algorithms concerning distribution optimization disrupted consensus and distributed collaborations systems soi robotics and online voting and in this particular eighty of research. I mainly focus on darwin's by indeed for owners many avi considered networks. There's some of the notes in the networks are militias adversarial or they're just forty. And how does this affect the oral fixation off the elegant now. This is something that's interesting to me in my engineering part of the brain working for big company. I'd say well we can control all of our nodes about some rogue employees or something. But i guess outside of a company the world really runs on bigger systems. How common are these sort of peer to peer distributed problems in people's everyday lives definitely. I made for example. Just consider our current situation which is the ongoing pandemic. Let's see your these. Scooby trackers right you have these scored trackers on your phones than you. Are gary these records with the sword these strikers in vancouver you go in close proximity to someone else that say who might annette it or who might in recent history being tested positive so this gives you a notification. Hey you know you gaming on equity this person and he was the best positive so you may want to take some precautions. Analysts say based on these kind of trackers companies and government started building policies. Just imagine how difficult it would be if someone starts messing around for example. Let's say be Falsely claimed themselves as high-risk saying that. I just hires Ever i'm a Is also is that would discreet Rice appear to be systems are already there used is just a v are naively ignoring the fact that some of the notes in the systems be malicious authority. Fonte just like internet. You have millions of notes on the net not everything. Not everything is on the cloud on server controlled by big or big komen administration. They are so many of these notes that are spreading misinformation they have destroying to disrupt the internet for example you might have heard of. Thanks like jamming attacks Jammed the settlers despite sandy query. So you know these kinds of notes vais fairly common in our everyday use in suggests we get to hear them band. There's a big disaster. Or there's an actual big down of these systems when i started learning about distributed computing and of course it was called big data at the time. One of the first examples is term frequencies so in a lot of documents you the percentage of times you see something that often gets labeled as embarrassingly parallel because you just want to frequency. You need the numerator divided by the denominator and it's easy to divide that problem up and rejoin it but not. Every problem is so embarrassingly easy to solve. What about your specific research into gradient descent. What makes that one hard to do in a distributed fashion. You had distributed Any one this networks to be useful to the specific problem. Let's say that you are trying to solve for example as you just mentioned either. You're trying to get the frequency of a border from documents spent on the internet or let's take a step forward but apps you are trying to build some kind of image classified so different notes on the have different data sets. Let's say images of their dogs. And you want to use these images of dogs neck so many images of those who could be a very strong image classic fire for dogs something that would dismantle the human ability declassified at all so you wanna less this complicated Now designing image classified using all these distribution data said on the internet different notes having different data points. It's quite complicated even when you have all the data points at one body a machine. It's a headline. more of the. The sets are divided in different machines so to ensure that comes like these like machine learning run smoothly when certain nodes in the network militias spinal challenging not descending. It's very interesting to study. How these types can be done. Smoothly on gedeon descent is specific That is by far the was algorithm used from sheet lending pieces and what happens ingredient descent. Is you have these different. Data sets distributed on different notes. Therefore defend nodes have different loss functions. Now what we are trying to do now in this district. Setting is minimized the aggregate of all these functions are loss functions. Now when you're doing this by nature the most commonly use angry gradients design. Because it's naturally distributed many obligingly send it just reduces at the gradients of loss functions in each round. Or so if you're learning and gordon to when you're adding these gradients together some notes are not going to provide you ladies of los angeles. They may be forty. May be broadway. You re totally incorrect. Greediest maybe designed maliciously innovate to move you. words solution. that famous day goes data points. They may favor. Let's say dogs of a burglary or some other panels notions. Maybe they want to completely rendered the classification problem useless. They want to maybe instead of dog. Trained you the classify so as you can see ensuring that is reputed gradient descent runs smoothly at least within some reasonable dominates in residents of such Notes is of practically at this point vendor. You have all this The algorithms training using data sets coming from all sorts of people on it.

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"annette" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"annette" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Return, but it's better to not lose when the market goes down to protect your principal. That's safety of principle and earning predictable rates of return. They don't have to be pie in the sky rates of return. 15 and 20% year in and year out. No, You'll have years like that. But the key is when you have the down years, which will always happen. You don't want to lose. So you use indexing indexing is a strategy and so The reason why I like the laser fund is because a Zafar as liquidity is concerned, it ranks like eight or nine out of a possible 10. Most people have money and banks and credit unions you might have A drive up window. Good liquidity, But safety maybe because f d I c but rate of return is pathetic. You're rowing upstream of the rate of one mile an hour in the bank of 1% interest. The current of inflation is coming down at three or four. You're going backwards. Okay, so many people have money in investments that may Score high on liquidity or maybe safety. But rate of return is pathetic. And you have to pay tax every year on the money you make. And so you only scored 18 2022 out of a possible 40. Most people who have money in mutual funds in the market in I reason for one case, the money's not liquid, If if you access money, there's a 10% penalty. If you're under the age of 59 a half or you may be selling at the wrong time when the market's down. So it doesn't pass liquidity. A zwelling as you really ought to have your money in a place that's liquid where you can access your money within electronic funds Transfer a phone call. Safety rate of return might be better be after pay tax. And so if you're in 12 year old detonate if you earn nine year old unending six, I would rather earn eight Annette eight. So if you want to learn how to have your money, protected and grow it and passed the laser test with flying colors. Learn how to do this. Join us for an educational webinar this coming Wednesday. We're gonna teach a free women are and we're gonna We're gonna go for about 90 minutes. Pure education. Put on your seatbelt. You're gonna be blown away with what you learn. We're going to follow that up with about 30 minutes of life. Q and a It's free and just for registering for this free webinar, you'll have the opportunity to receive free.

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"annette" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"annette" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Return, but it's better to not lose when the market goes down to protect your principal. That's safety of principle and earning predictable rates of return. They don't have to be pie in the sky rates of return. 15 and 20% year in and year out. No, You'll have years like that. But the key is when you have the down years, which will always happen. You don't want to lose. So you use indexing indexing is a strategy and so The reason why I like the laser fund is because a Zafar as liquidity is concerned, it ranks like eight or nine out of a possible 10. Most people have money and banks and credit unions you might have I drive up window Good liquidity, But safety Maybe because f d I C but rate of return is pathetic. You're rowing upstream of the rate of one mile an hour in the bank of 1% interest. The current of inflation is coming down and three or four. You're going backwards. Okay, so many people have money in investments that may Score high on liquidity or maybe safety. But rate of return is pathetic. And you have to pay tax every year on the money you make. And so you only scored 18 2022 out of a possible 40. Most people who have money in mutual funds in the market in I reason for one case, the money's not liquid, If if you access money, there's a 10% penalty. If you're under the age of 59 a half or you may be selling at the wrong time when the market's down. So it doesn't pass liquidity a swell as you really ought to have your money in a place that's liquid where you can access your money within electronic funds Transfer a phone call. Safety rate of return might be better be after pay tax. And so if you're in 12 year old detonate if you earn nine year old unending six, I would rather earn eight Annette eight. So if you want to learn how to have your money, protected and grow it and passed the laser test with flying colors. Learn how to do this. Join us for an educational webinar this coming Wednesday. We're going to teach a free women are and we're gonna We're gonna go for about 90 minutes. Pure education. Put on your seatbelt. You're gonna be blown away with what you learn. We're going to follow that up with about 30 minutes of life. Q and a It's free and just for registering for this free webinar, you'll have the opportunity to receive free.

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Dealing With Lawn Weeds

Your Gardening Questions

02:39 min | 2 years ago

Dealing With Lawn Weeds

"Suddenly i have much danny lines in my yard. Can i use a weed killer this time of year. Well by all means yes now Some advice annette the weed or weeds. Different kinds will actually kill better when they are growing right now most things and looks at some dan. Line my own yard yesterday. What is making my tour The driza bone and yet even though they a very deep route. I would recommend watering the lawn Well three three hours in each place you water. Get the dandelions buckhorn and at center a growing or at least functioning shall we say and then it will absorb the weed killer better And the the the follow up would be roughly ten fourteen days later and that of course put us well into october. But at that point hit him again weeden feed or just a weed killer and they may or may not look dead. They'll they'll probably curl a little and look where non dead if you will your but at the same time usually on that and clover and oh come on little blue flower anyhow it. Those craters can look like they're alive going into winter then they suffer with the winter in a normal way. Shall we say they don't show up again in the spring row ever if they do show up again in the spring right while they're starting to recover put not the new light. Green leaves grass growing. Everything's looking great. Hit him again. Because some of these things with the deeper route and a really significant factor rascals to get killed and you you don't necessarily get a one shot does all type of thing now if you have quite a few weeds in your lawn this year and you're gonna do your fault meaning can go ahead and use the type of fertilizers. Fertilizers that also have the weed killer it means and there's where Well those are usually dry blends and that there's nothing wrong with that except that you want the kernels. The whatever it's bound on as they fall out of the spreader you want him to stick to leave. So i would definitely get up really early in the morning while there's do run spreader then use your old shoes wet feet before for you. Get very far but Yes by all means a weeden feet as a matter of fact if it would be good use weed feed this time of year.

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The Happiness Formula

Uncensored Advice For Men

07:09 min | 3 years ago

The Happiness Formula

"So dudes. Are you ready for a conversation today. I'm having a conversation with the love. Dr neal gupta who's going to give us the happiness formula. So if you're struggling with this stay tuned nil. Welcome to show a josh. Thank you five me on the show. And i promise that listeners here that they will gain many tools and methodologies that they can immediately apply in all aspects. I live and everything. I teach them as practical so Keep king tier so before we dive into the happiness formula. You have coached some of the most famous celebrities on the planet like mike tyson. In some top athletes. And ceos and and you've worked with richard branson and you've you've done an incredible amount of things just quick question in a fight. who would win me or my tyson. Thousand my mind me you will be. You'll be pulverized without him even a touching you in any form whatsoever. There'd be a big puddle to show where you being away you run to i. I agree okay so we don't have to actually go to fist. But so why don't you give us a little backstory. Shared it with me before but man fascinating. How did you. How did you get here. Give us your story so it really started In two thousand eight. I lost everything on the stock market real estate and not just at the end of my wits end to know what today you know what perhaps family a bedroom. For that night. I really was on the budget suicide. And fortunately i'd be a someone who was able to being. Give me an intervention the same ten robbings and now it's beautiful her time in south which which we couldn't afford together to but we managed to work it out somehow thank god for credit cards and the a eight by these off right. Yeah it's my credit card and you know. I'm not going to be here that long summer. A wreck up something on it. Okay but dammit. I get incoming suicide so the pay the bill but yet thirty innings mention. His wife did one. His wife's brother one want them. My wife did an intervention. From that date onwards it was november. coming to the exact date to two thousand eight. My life can changed like my identity and everything changed completely beautiful thing so you got to the point where you lost all your money and you said you were on the verge of suicide where your family had to step in and bring in some professionals to do an intervention. What was going on in in your life where your family members said. If we don't do something something really bad going to happen. Walk me through that. You know what was going on in your mind and your life at that time frame. What they didn't do so josh. It was that That friday evening. Act to tell my wife i said honey something really happened and she looked at me and then i said looking at. We've lost everything. The cows has as the student funds the fees. Everything and she looked at me and she smiled and said. Did you hear what i said. I was confused and she's honey. Note that something new something was wrong. You were behaving ready strangely. And i thought it was something serious. See what he told me. This is serious. She said no you with dying but we have cancer. Wow that's what i was concerned about. And i don't care about the money as long as i'm with you Kids with you. You still have us. I completely didn't think that we're not focusing on the things. I lost rather than the things that we focus at that height laugh and this is what happens in life. We focus on what we didn't have but we should focus on what we hang suggestion. What valuation which you give on a ten out of ten. Yeah but money wants a million dollars five million. Your is priceless. This is our wealth. Our wealth is this what we have left. When you take away all the possessions. How kind do you on generous have playfully. You are funnier. You giving your generous a your personal you. This is annette network and my wife said look honey. I didn't care as long as we're here on having that support judge. I tell you makes me invincible. It's nothing that can happen right now. That would stop me from. Doing anything are really put my mindset because i making leaning kate leaping your wife sounds like an incredible person. Right uber focused on what you're losing and all the things that you worked really hard and she said oh i was serious now. If we interviewed her right how would how. Where did she pull that strength from. Where did she pulled that from to be able to speak to you. They're like a. I would love to hear your thoughts on that and then what you did afterwards so if we interviewed your wife would she say in that moment. She said i don't care. The most important thing to me is family will make it up somehow but i. It just doesn't bother her. She's just a beautiful loving so now she's got to amazing kids and You know when you're driven by love nothing else matters really such a say beautiful nonshedding incredible Feeling and that's what we do. Human beings everything that we do is for feeling we have a nice ta house money nippon being. It gives us so then. What happened after this right you. You had an intervention in south. Florida backed by deza funded by visa and and walk us through what intervention looks like. And how did you go from the darkness to being the love doctor now and healing people and helping people like what happened in that moment. So i approached sage. Who's a tony's wife. And she said. I'll put your hand up put. Your hand assembled putting my hand. That i i sell nervous. What other people thought having Tiny picton means you on. No money's not your identity. That's not you are. oh okay. It's a joke. Because i thought my wife wanted money. And she seth any. I've never honesty from an. 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American and United to furlough 32,000 workers

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

03:20 min | 3 years ago

American and United to furlough 32,000 workers

"There the workers who have spent the pandemic in the air at airports or taking care of planes. I dreamed of being a flight attendant when I was a little girl. So my dreams came true. Um, I have my dream job. And so I have been asking myself like, what do you do when you lose your dream job? Where do you go from there? I don't have any answers right now. Annette Hall has worked as a flight attendant for united for the past seven years. Her last flight was just a week ago, I asked one of my co workers to take a picture of me. I said, this is my last time like putting on this uniform coming back. I wear my uniform with pride. I love my job. Her tears represent really worried just weeks before the pandemic. Ravage the airline industry Jalabad her first house past October 1st. My future is like a big black hole. There's a lot of innocent people whose lives are being held in the balance, and we're all on a precipice right now. Back in March, the airlines received $25 billion from the U. S government from the payroll support program through the CARES act. Thie airline industry has been begging lawmakers for Mohr. Even taking their message to Capitol Hill. We must continue the payroll support program that has been the most effective jobs program of Corona virus relief. The most effective use of the public's money. And so on a balance sheet. Everyone agrees. Nick Calio is CEO of Airlines for America, which represents the major U. S Airlines. What's going through your mind thinking about the Thousands and thousands of employees who were gonna lose their jobs, their health insurance thie impact that that's going to have on their families. To those who say that the airlines didn't manage their money correctly from the beginning. What do you say? I would say that that is simply not true. The airlines all of them said to have fortress balance sheets. They had all packed in enough liquidity for an event three times 9 11 3 times three times worse in the 9 11 That all disappeared by April. We were flying 94% less people than we have been on March 1st that's like 1954 prior to the jet Age. Air travel is down around 70% compared to last year, and experts predict it won't return to pre pandemic levels until 2024. Now we're seeing how one family of airline workers is dealing with the cuts. The Erickson's all worked for Alaska Airlines. The fatherly is a pilot. The mother, Brenda is a flight attendant. There, kids Kaylen and Cydney work at the airline to and in hopes of saving their jobs. Mom and Dad took early retirements. We piloted his last flight this week, passing the baton to his son, who was his copilot flag for 36 years. Urgent today to buy with my son, The writer Lee and Brenda say they don't regret their decision one bit because they get to watch their Children fly the friendly skies to un inspiring story Even in the midst of heartbreak for so many Americans like Annette Holla, who worries about the future of air traffic, this might be There's no guarantees in the future that Wei will be able to come back that life won't change her that I would be able to continue to do this self. Yeah, I've thought about it. And that recovery could take years. Geo Benitez ABC NEWS New YORK

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Counter Strike Wellness Check

The Center Ring esports podcast

06:57 min | 3 years ago

Counter Strike Wellness Check

"You know it's also been rough though this year which that's counterstrike I. Feel like the year twenty twenty, really the entire calendar year has been a rough go for our baby boy counterstrike I feel like we have had very little positive stories to talk about with counterstrike so I figured. Normally. We do this. You know two or three times a year the state of CIS where we kind of let everyone know, hey, this is what's been going on. This is an update for everything I didn't feel like that was really the proper way. Do I feel like we need to do a wellness check? Right now like CS needs to go see a doctor and get a checkup because it's been rough. Yeah I mean it obviously Kovic been rough on everybody but see s one of the most appealing factors is the the rivalries between. Countries and you Brazil like that's Kind of create a story line within itself like it's it's just so big. It's not like League of legends where the leagues are really a hundred percent split up and then they only meet each other at these really big events throughout the year for counterstrike they're consistent rivalries. You can have a you rivalries on the rag like it happen every event for the most part in. So from that standpoint, it's affected it more than other games, but then you just have the consistent storyline at their storyline at the storyline that will get into that really just hurt like emotionally feeling it you. Know like I'm feeling emotional about this game because there's so much going on in, you want counterstrike to remain at the top. If you've been a fan for counterstrike as long as we have in, you see little in the armor right that we hadn't really seen before there really hasn't been much competition not only within the genre, but in east sports as a whole, very few games can stand up to that bar in in your starting to feel that slip a little bit. It's not it's not gone obviously it's not even like really lowered itself from where it's at but you're seeing. Chinks in the armor that you feel like, Hey, if we don't fix some of the soon, we could have a bigger problem. long-term has anything that we've we are about to talk about. Affected your. Viewing mentality just one that would be the first thing I want to bring up is the most recent coaches cheating scandal when you're in an online era in although I always told myself like people find a way to take advantage of the system right I was thinking more along the lines of like people had twitch dreams up and they were like getting information that way in that's like stuff that's really hard to control and monitor. But like what can you do if your valve Annette instance like there's not a whole lot if people are playing from homes or off site facilities like you can only do so much so I don't blame them in that instance with the coaches cheating scandal. It really hurt the integrity of the game like there's just so many people involved and I feel like we're just getting to the start of the scandals between the coaching cheating in the MD l.. match-fixing stuff that we're about to hear more about we don't know enough yet but will hear more about this affects the game like this becomes a problem. 'CAUSE now you'RE GONNA see people lose jobs over it. You're GONNA see vowel maybe make stricter coaching rules over this INALSA look at you like you cheated. That's not a good thing right like all these coaches and teams not just coaches, coaches, teams like next time. You make a big fuss about something. This is going to get thrown in your face until this like Aeros. Changed your moved on but yeah that that will leave more of a lasting impression on the game I. Think we're done with me is like definitely has like you see some of these teams and some of these events like I like. I don't know if I'm as. It's still like like the finals and everything are still super exciting. But yeah, it has kind of like in the back of my mind no matter how much I don't want to think about it. It's like, okay. Well, what what is going on that I'm not aware of at the moment. And I know we had Craig on last week or last episode, and he kind of gave his outsiders ingle on it and that kind of made me think to like you know. To me like I understand you're not what's the saying you're not trying if you're not cheating. You're not trying if you're not cheating. Yes. Sounds, but it's also sounds wrong. You get what? You get what I'm saying and I do agree with that statement. However. It also leaves a very bad taste in my mouth that this is apparently been a bug now for years. So you can't just say, oh, it's part of the online quote unquote era it's been around for years valve has been made aware of it. Now, valve could've nipped in the bud a long ago had been guys were aware of this coaching bug do not do it. If you do it, we will restart the round or if it happens will restart the round. If you don't tell us, you're gonNA forfeit no be punishment. That's when I'm like okay. The onus is now on the team and the coaches. But. The fact that valve has known about it hasn't made a ruling like that. I'm like all right. Well, then apart from an organization responsibility to be like, Hey, you did cheat. It's like I'm torn right like cheating is never okay but at the same time. Cheating you're not trying and it's just like I I'm almost like. Split down the middle backwards again whatever you go. I'm almost torn straight down the mid on how to feel about this I know valve made a statement. Did they mention anything about knowing this? Yeah they did they knowledge that they said you know it's it's unfortunate in frustrating that we did not respond to this bugs sooner. Now again, we think that responding offer at least two years later. The only reason they're responding now is because. Their hands have been forced. There was a but with that statement in it says, but bugs or the reality of software in until their resolved, we need to be able to trust the players coaches I have a huge problem with that because yeah although bugs are. Part of. The reality of software sewer bug fixes you know you identify a bug, you go in and you fix it. We understand that things can happen. We understand that you introduce a new gun into the game like the Ra and you have to deal with scaling and getting it just right like it's not everything is going to be perfect but we're talking about a game breaking bug from a competitive standpoint in a multibillion dollar industry that you chose to ignore for so long

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Atlanta area schools to begin virtual learning

Atlanta's Morning News

00:10 sec | 3 years ago

Atlanta area schools to begin virtual learning

"County Superintendent says students will not be back of the classroom anytime soon go Annette's among the system's looking at phasing in on campus learning beginning next week and the latest

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Shatter-Proof: How Glass Took Over the Kitchenand Ended Child Labor

Gastropod

05:36 min | 3 years ago

Shatter-Proof: How Glass Took Over the Kitchenand Ended Child Labor

"I am a Coloratura Mr Beast not Annette's. Well, whatever you are on record sal show Debra sent you over here. He didn't. You told me was your age. I nine and in spite of what you think. There are some professions where practice does make perfect. Julie Andrews pretending to be a man pretending to be a woman and still managing to shatter a wine glass with her gorgeous and super powerful voice at least in the movie Victor Victoria. But you know you can't believe everything you see on the big screen like breaking a wine glass with just a perfect flat yeah. I always been a long held ambitions. Break wine glasses of the sound. Some of you longtime gastropod listeners might recognize that Voice Zoe. Laughlin. Is none other than the star of our very first episode who said that mango sorbet tastes sublime on gold spoons hers is the voice that is inspired the purchase of a thousand golden spoons or at least a half dozen that we know about though is not just spoon aficionado. She's a material scientist and director of the Institute of Making at University College London, and this episode we were excited to talk to her again not about gold spoons. But about glass I mean even though I should've understand it on paper. Everything about glasses still sort of extraordinary mysterious like just the fact that is transparent when pretty much everything else isn't transparent is extraordinarily we have a lot of questions this episode for one. How did something? So seemingly delicate and breakable get to be so ubiquitous in the kitchen and also how come you could never put a drinking glass in the oven, but you can cook in a glass dish. What does the? Invention of the bottling machine have to do with a beautiful stretch of protected sand dunes along the shores of Lake Michigan or with the rise of Ketchup and Coca Cola and the abolition of Child Labor for that matter and more importantly can you actually shatter glass using sound did zoe pull it off by the way Cynthia you might not have realized this but this episode is dedicated to your mother glassmaker extraordinaire. Of. Glasswork on display in my house as we speak and I have at least five pieces of fused and stained Tama Graber, glass mom, this one's for you. What is glass? All glass everywhere in the world is at least seventy percent made of sand that's been melted down and it's mixed together in a way that the atoms don't have any kind of order them, and that's what gives rise to it being transparent. You've already heard from Zoe now it's time to meet our other two intrepid glass enthusiasts who will be inducting us into the mysteries of this material. This episode been Speiser journalist and author of a very enjoyable book called the World Grain, the story of Sand and how it transformed civilization and an Isa Ramirez, material scientist and author of another totally delightful. Book. Called the Alchemy of US humans and matter transform one, another Zoe and Isa and bins are all about glass. You cannot overstate how ubiquitous glass is and how important it is to the modern world in which we all live I'm just looking around the kitchen where I'm standing there glass bottles holding olive oil. There's glass windows they're glass fixtures around the glass lightbulbs to everything from you know salt shakers and I glass lenses to things like twenty ton telescope lenses in the world's most powerful telescopes. It's in the fiber optic cables that connect to the Internet fiber optic cables made it literally of Spun. Glass. So really without glass we wouldn't have modern civilization. So we've established that this miraculous foundation of modern civilization is made of melted down sand with a few other ingredients thrown in but to go back another step, and this is a strange question but what is sand and is all sand the same thing? The Word San means just any small pieces Greens right of any hard substance so sand can be. Anything, you know it can be flint it can be courtside anything any kind of stone but the most common form of sand. Most of the sand in the world is courts, which is silicon dioxide and to make glass. That's what you need. You need court sand and you need a specially high security court sand. This seems very fortunate. You need court sand to make glass, and that turns out to be what most of the sand is primarily because courts is so hard that it just outlasts all the other rocks is they're all getting ground down together. You do still have to clean the courts end. Up a bit and get out the last remaining impurities and you have to add a few other ingredients to lower the melting temperature of quartz, and then you heat it up, you need a huge amount of heat. So while I like one, thousand, seven, hundred degrees Celsius which mostly in Fahrenheit I mean it's over three thousand degrees Fahrenheit based bloody hot. Eventually the sand melts and then it re congeals and a weird thing happens when it turns into a solid again, courts is a crystal but glass is not what a weird structure because it's not a crystal crystals are actually made up of atoms arranged like soldiers. In rows but glass is sort of like picture of kindergartners at resets, atoms are all over the place, and so that's what makes it unusual but it's that chaos in the arrangement of atoms that actually gives rise to it having the property of transparency.

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A Master Class in Resilience With George Mumford

10% Happier with Dan Harris

04:56 min | 3 years ago

A Master Class in Resilience With George Mumford

"George. Nice to see you. Too, we were just chatting that the last time we saw each other was over Indian food and right before the world fell apart in the winter So I'm I'm curious I WANNA, ask you a question I've been asking a lot of people recently, but I don't mean it in a perfunctory way in a real way I want to hear the answer which is, how are you so much has happened since I last saw you. including the pandemic, and of course, the all of the tumult following the killing of George Floyd. So I just want to check in and get a sense of how you're. I'm really good actually A. I'm feeling great. And I say that. In. Spite of everything that's going on I. Feel Really. Really. Really. Great. And I am. Able as I like to say, hold the heard in generate the hope. So may would feel things. So few things have happened the last time. I saw you a I think it was after Kobe Bryant had died so I had that was like I say the last Sunday in January. And then the next week, one of my highest grew friends passed away during the week after that, my sister passed away. So I've been dealing with a lot of that even before the covert thing hit. But what are the things did I noticed in very? Hesitant to share with people was that even though those things happen, there was A. I was experiencing piece really didn't get touched by those things. And I and you know and I had done I mean just a little self disclosure. I knew my mother passed away. It would be very challenging because of when I was living at Cambridge insight meditation center. In eighty nine, different six years it was November, twenty, second nineteen, eighty, nine, I started dealing with the what they call a deaf awareness meditation practice. What you start the reflect darn. If I did that we're all going to die We don't give beyond death in that sort of thing because I knew when my mother passed, it was going to be really challenging. and. She didn't pass into two thousand and one. So I had a little time. To work on like twelve years. And I think that I continue to work on that and I think it. Manifested in two thousand twenty. where I could see the fruits of the practice. So a lot of times you do these practices are you develop these ways of being? and. You're not really sure. I'm not really sure how it's going to hold up when when the crab is fan. So. You said a lot there. I just want to point one thing out and then didn't follow up on a couple things you said. A lot of people were upset when Kobe Bryant. Passed away in the helicopter crash. The vast majority of people were simply fans. You actually knew him and taught him how to meditate. So it was a different. I. Just want to highlight that that was personal for you. Not just something that happened as a fan. Yes. Yes. It was very personal for me because we're really close. I get the work with him I work with the Lakers, but also I've had in just be when I was writing my book. he had called me and the asked me to come up. To Newport. Beach way lived and hang out for a couple of days because he wanted to start working. He was still it was in the next to last season in the league, but he was about ready to retire. So I got out and I got the hang out with him a little bit and talk about things. And be interacting with him in his own base where he didn't have bodyguards and wasn't a crowd was just he and I and the people I work with but Annette on Tribu stored with the Lakers. So he asked me so I asked he got the helicopter with him and to bail up to L. A. because he had a game. So really close in when he when I heard about his death I was actually at the University of Richmond watching the women's basketball games when I got the text. Analytics felt like this is a bad joke in this state right and. So that's how I found out about it and it was it was pretty devastating in that same time. I feel like I could continue to do what I needed to do. Create space for that, hurt. And generate dope and first thing I said was I hope his family's not with them. And then I found out his daughter seven other souls were a helicopter.

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Police Seek 2 Suspects After 17-Year-Old Shot and Killed In Stoughton, Boston

WBZ Midday News

01:52 min | 3 years ago

Police Seek 2 Suspects After 17-Year-Old Shot and Killed In Stoughton, Boston

"Ready ready to to graduate graduate from from Avon Avon High High School School this this August August will will be be laid laid to to rest. rest. 17 17 year year old old Christian Christian vines vines of of Randolph Randolph was was shot shot and and killed killed yesterday yesterday afternoon. afternoon. Now Now police want to know who pulled the trigger double BBC TV's Ken McCloud with more on the crime as police scoured a silver Honda accord for evidence a mother ducked under the crime scene tape. It was her car and police deliver the news. It was her son found shot dead behind the wheel. You know something? Please say something. That's my baby. That's my baby. If you know something three, say something, she doesn't know why 17 year old Christian vines came to the Walnut Creek condos in stone, but several residents called 911 when they heard gunfire just after three o'clock. Responding. Officers quickly swarm the neighborhood toting rifles when they learned to men had run from the scene. A nearby childcare center and the student library were even locked down briefly, but police found nothing. D A was asked if any evidence pointed to motive. The shot answer is unknown at this time for Annette Vines, the knowledge that our son had been killed inside her car in this unfamiliar parking lot. Was just too much total shock. That's alright, Khun say, because I don't really know much. What Annette Vines does know is that our son always had a smile on his face and was set to graduate from Avon High School on August 8th. Course. This gun shooting yesterday was witnessed. Not the actual shooting, but two suspects were seen fleeing the crime scene that led to a very heavily armed search of the area by local and state police in canine. The Jones School in town library were locked down after the shooting as well. Again. Police and the D A. Says this was not a random act. They believe that there is no threat to residents. Boston police

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Portland protesters tear down ‘racist’ statue of Thomas Jefferson

WBZ Afternoon News

00:30 sec | 3 years ago

Portland protesters tear down ‘racist’ statue of Thomas Jefferson

"High school protesters not to the Thomas Jefferson statue right off its pedestal a protester wrote the word slave owner on the pedestal president Jefferson owned more than six hundred slaves during his life political expert Dr Jim Moore from Pacific university expects to see more statues and symbols come down we're seeing it continue not only here in the United States that's happening around the world people are hitting the streets and saying we need to rethink is important to our society Annette Newell for CBS news

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