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David Archer previews the Atlanta Falcons
"The Atlanta Falcons will do so with a former Falcons quarterback. Now he is their longtime color analysts on the radio network for Atlanta. And that is David Archer. David Hope all is. Well. Thanks for doing this. When we look at the Falcons, they made a big offseason acquisition getting Todd Gurley We don't know where the health is of Todd Gurley. What do you expect at a Todd Gurley coming over from l. A to Atlanta for this upcoming season? Well, be honest with you. I think we're expecting a lot of early and mainly in the Red zone. If you look at Todd Gurley's numbers, even with with so called quote unquote down near Around 900 yards rushing, still had 12 touchdowns. All 12 of those touchdowns came in the red Zone, and I think that Atlanta if they could find a way to run the football down close Help three up the talented weapons that Ryan has on the perimeter. Now, listen, you have a little bit more of a potent attack a little bit more looking a little bit more like what? You looked like a 16 when Avante Freeman and Tevin Coleman. We're carrying the ball down there close and created that problem in the run game. Atlanta has not had that over the last couple of seasons. I think that's where they expect Todd Gurley to make his main hey is down there in the red Zone. With the way that you probably have to manage his reps as a running back the rest of the running back room. Is there something that jumps out to you? Yeah, I think it's a good group. Really Do I think that when you look at Brian, Ill in the way, Brian Gillis Kamani together that Hawkins drafted a couple of years ago, Brian Handsome solid moments a year ago. Quadri Allyson. Kid at Pittsburgh rookie from a year ago. Uh, kind of woke himself. A little bit of a roll is a short yardage guy. Â£225 Goal line Guy, four touchdowns. Hopefully, you know, Smith can come back. He was injured in the game a year ago. I believe against the Rams in which he was trying to pick up a Blitzer, which he shouldn't be here should be doing, but he is an outstanding receiver out of the backfield. And a good change of pace back at the back, So they get to three young guys that I think you could lean on. And like you said, Take some of that. Load off. Assad, Girl. Let's get to the next down. And when we do so, we take a look at Matt Ryan and Julio Jones. The two big names in that organization. Do you still believe that this team could be a play off team once again with Matt Ryan and Julio Jones? I do, but it's you know, obviously, it's about you know your supporting cast and you do some things on the other side of the ball, and I'm sure there's a question you've got to worry about the defense's side the football, But there there's a little area in the offensive line. The left guard has been a little bit leaky, right guard's been a little bit leaky because of some injuries and things that they could shore up that into your part of the offensive line. Ryan's Like most classic quarterbacks climb in the pocket. They got to be able to give him that opportunity. Do so if you get into your pressure and accurate from problems, one game will help in that regard, but Yeah. Julio Jones, 16 seconds, 1300 yard seasons. Matt Ryan, nine consecutive 4000 yard seasons. I don't see the one those guys backing off. When you talk about that offensive line to follow up on that I'm a big fan of Matt Hennessy. Being a temple grad, really smart football player puts in a lot of work. Is he going to make an immediate impact in your number one? Yeah, There's always a question that he's certainly in the mix to be the starting guard. There's no question about that. I think that there's ah lot excitement around when he brings the table and and obviously the heir apparent, Alex Mack, probably its center. So Alex back in a little bit longer to still have a good football any But I need to put some guys around him that Khun taken, it could be in there and we had German Brown and James Carpenter guys that could not stay on the field. There was some solid moments from those two big veteran players, but they did not stay on the field and consistency. In the interior specialist that left guard spotted Kennedy ultimately will probably win that job and be the starter that guard let's get to the next down. All right, David Archer. When they flip the switch here and go to the other side of the ball defensively, it was an up and down year for the defense, but it seemed like they did finish in a better spot than what they did earlier on in the season. You could probably say that for the entire team with the Atlanta Falcons this division. Is loaded with offensive talent. You know what the Saints are. Now you have Tom Brady and the division with Tampa Bay, and I'll be curious to see what Teddy Bridgewater does with the Panthers. What's your read on the Falcons defense entering 2020 Well, it's an uncertain situation obviously went on God. Dante Fowler, Dad's pressure off the edge contact. McKinley realized what they thought they had when they drafted him a couple of years and the number one spot picked up Charles Haley, who, ironically, was in the same draft. And raided a route the same attack McKinley are Charles Harris. I'm sorry. Charles. Charles Charles Haley. Right way. I'd like to have the guy that was rushing the pastor there for both the Cowboys in the 40 Niners. That would be great, but Harris. He does have some raw talent there. Can't he realize that I'm the Falcon Tutelage will have to wait and see Grady dear. It's an emerging star in the tackle position and Marlon Davidson, Vienna and an interesting ad, a guy that has the versatility to play inside. Maybe in past situations and also play the perimeter as a 34 defensive didn't run down situations. The answer at all Burn second round draft pick of the fact that they think they've upgraded their defensive line. It'll have to be upgraded because you get extremely young secondary. Probably gonna have a rookie a corner starting your nickels, a second year guy in your other corners of third year, guys, So there's a lot of young players on the perimeter need to get some pass rush speed up the thought process for the quarterback. Let's get to the final down. Alright. I'm surprised that Dan Quinn is Bacca's the head football coach for the Lancer Falcons. What does he have to do this year to keep his job and Is that seats the warm because, like I said, I was surprised that they brought him back for this year. It is warm. I think that it's fortunate they brought him back because of the current situation with the pandemic and the uncertainties, so some continuity certainly has played into Atlanta Falcons off season. I think they've had a solid offseason, much as you can, with the limitations. They're attached to this year, So I think that it was good in retrospect that, uh, Mr Black decided to keep Dan Quint on, but I think he's got there. They've got a bit pushed for a playoff spot. I think they've got to be. They can't come out of the box one in seven. It's got to be a team. It's in the hunt of the entire way. As you said, it's going to be outstanding division with outstanding quarterback play, but they have to be in the hunt to be a part of the postseason play. If they do that. And I think the fans will be a little bit of stab on the wound for the fans. But if you get out to a slow start, it would not surprise me. If if Mr Blank made some kind of decision mid season on coach Boy and I think, coach when is the right guy for the job Now it's put up or shut up. He scored a touchdown will go for two here Oscar. One more question This team was 11 5 We all know the deal they were in the Super Bowl blew the 28 23 lead. The next year, they did go 10 and six, the last two years. It's seven and nine. If you had to identify the biggest reason why this team has regressed, and I know they've had some injuries to but overall if it's not the health of the team, what's the biggest thing that you look at? Why this team wasn't able to recreate that magic from 2016 and 2017? I think their inconsistency ball on both sides of the football in conversion, down situations and in the red zone. I think Atlanta's done a great job of moving the ball from 20 to 20 But when they get in the red zone, they bogged down and settle for too many threes. And I think in turn the defense's side of the football. What about 22 23 scoring defense coming up 25 points a game. They've got to find a way to get more stops in the red zone. That's probably the answer that you could probably get from all teams struggled and not made the playoff teams, but I certainly think That that's identifiable with the Falcons over the last couple years, the inability down deep in the red Zone both on offensive defense, Julio Jones, he's Ah Hall of Fame player. We all know that one of the better wide receivers in the league He's only had one year of double digit touchdowns, going back to 2012 when he had 10 TUC maybe 10 touchdowns in his fortunes this year. Well, I think he's certainly capable of it. But you got an outstanding receiver on the other side of Calvin Ridley, who's realized his abilities down in the red Zone Pretty close. I think Aidan hearse is going to be a seamless transition from Austin Hooper tight end spot So there are a lot of weapons from that Ryan to get the football too. Don't forget Todd Gurley and how good he is at the back catching the football as well. So I I would say no, I think he's going to be 89 touchdowns. I don't think he goes double digits, but I think there's a lot of guys around him. They're going to score touchdowns. Look for guys somewhere between 13 14 guys catch touchdown passes issue. Say that we appreciate it. Thanks so much. You be well, my
The Rigor Of Transmedia Production
"Hey. It's topcoats clips five, three four. Block on a busy July twenty, nine, twenty, twenty they about the rigor up producing contents. For creative media, students, Detroit animators, Enga- mark designers. Work Inside the Creative Campus Nick Glendale Ireland and I want to see if it's possible to set up lanes of academic depth. As well as to produce content on the fly with career students follow a rigor. Of expression. So. I start my rigor with words a word document that they can see that students can see in the form of a brief or mission objector. I use an Amazon model of not having more than two pages of my brace with hyper links. That goto examples of how the content might be done but start with tax, and actually that's how I started the blog post to with tex what you're hearing right now. Can Be, done text. Using transcription programs such as archer. Were audio. Bursts. The auditor Osher by product is always better than ninety percent for me when a use an external mic. I'm using the Mike Right. Now of the Samsung note nine and I'm not sure it'll be high enough quality to produces a transcript from the first go but you know this. It starts with words. In text form. Normally I have my students take those words and try to imagine how they might be presented as short clips of text information. Headlines titles. Key words, phrases, things that can be pushed out on twitter. Or on facebook or on Lincoln. And I tried to do that with all my semi compelling content. That could try to do that with every blog posts that I make on inside viewed I e. The. Point is this. Very few things you do. We'll get noticed if you don't offer them in places where people are already used. To read. Or to here to see. So, in today's world of socially connected people. Twitter facebook instagram linked in. Youtube. Those are all places that are common watering holes for for folks who are in my thought space. And most importantly. Most students have at least two those watering holes as places a look to see the spray Spiratou from folks that want to work with for jobs, they may want to get as creative interns or paid employees in the near future. So my goal is To get some form of process. which believe reaches the rigor of production. To put all this content in different media formats in different places. That's the rigor. And what I know is if I have students write some things down or sketch some notes out that they're gonNA end up with some really high quality learning on the back of it all. Is The kinesthetic to mention that seems to evolve. In other parts of my speaker content or on my blog, I've talked about offering people for different lanes of access to educational material starting with the techs. Access. Making sure. There are images or video clips. Allowing some of that stuff to occur live in HD format while also ensuring that there's an asynchronous method to rewind and play it back as slow or as fast as they want to. It's all part of the rigor of doing it right. You WanNa, follow my educational adventure using the Hashtag. Dig. PED- digital pedagogy. The PD you can check it out. I. Handle Top gold. That's me on all good social networks.
76-Year-Old Woman Killed In Crash Near Chicago Midway International Airport
"FM Man's in custody this morning after a crash yesterday left a 76 year old woman dead on the city's South West side. The 41 year old man was driving a Chevrolet Malibu south bound on Cicero Avenue about 4:45 p.m. When, according to Chicago police, he sideswiped a Honda that was driving eastbound on Archer Avenue. Police say the woman driving the Honda was pronounced dead at the scene and the man was
"archer" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Archer more political money coming right up the first or top local story at eleven thirty Disneyland employees held driving protests today saying they're happiest place on earth needs to better protect its employees from covert nineteen around and around the Disneyland park they drove like a slow moving ride some cars decorated in Disney themes most with signs saying things like safety first we want the company to implement testing if they want the place to be safe for both gas and gas they need to test Disneyland had planned to reopen this weekend but they pushed the date back to July seventeenth over coronavirus safety concerns and a deal with the union I would go back right now if they call and say Hey we're going to do all of this testing and nursing gives the okay I I'd be back right now Disneyland employs thirty one thousand people in Anaheim Emily Valdez can extend seventy newsradio continuing spike in corona virus infections and deaths is threatening to shut down some southern California businesses that have just started to re open after being closed for months for now the businesses are still operating including bars and restaurants in LA county where some people aren't being careful to wear mask in practice social distancing one man tells CBS two is just not very worried about catching the virus I think I have a high enough metabolism where I would be able to wrestle it off but many other LA county residents have a different attitude I will not be going to a bar I don't want to get sick I also don't want to get anyone else sick with the addition of twenty five new desk the more than eighteen hundred new confirmed infections during the latest reporting period LA county's total virus death toll now approaching thirty three hundred the overall number of cases is topped ninety three thousand and health officials are especially concerned about a big increase in the percentage of positive test results an upward trend in the number of people being hospitalized those same concerns also being echoed in Orange County which has seen its deadliest week since the virus outbreak started with fifty six new deaths reported since last weekend the situation there could soon put O. C. on a list of counties being closely monitored by state health officials at LA county officials took bribes from an electrical contractor in return for allowing him to Pat expenses and skip out on contract work will be headed to a federal prison Bahama tomorrow Z. a manager of the county's internal services department pled guilty to accepting bribes over a two year period from electrical contractor and recheck contrary for allowing padding of expenses signing off on work that wasn't done misuse of purchased materials and subscribing to a false tax return assistant U. S. attorney Ruth pickle says Walter Mosley got three hundred thousand dollars in cash and gifts the sentence and fines were appropriate he got a sentence of twelve months and a day and he was ordered to pay restitution approximately four hundred and twenty thousand dollars that will go to Los Angeles county and to the IRA to terraces pled guilty to bribing Tomasi and one other county worker his sentencing is set for late July Dimitry can extend seventy newsradio your next check in traffic in two minutes it's eleven thirty three hi Lucy from Texas here with more.
5 More Chicago Streets Will Close for Outdoor Dining This Weekend
"The city's outdoor dining programs expanded to give restaurants a better chance to survive the city started its program to allow restaurants to set up tables in the streets a couple of weeks ago along Broadway Russian Oakley this weekend the city expands the program on five more streets the moral will be closed on both sides of Clark Chinatown square next archer Avenue will be closed from Wentworth to Princeton Taylor street will be closed from Loomis to Ashland and all fun Avenue will have restaurant dining in the street between northwest highway in the first Ellie to the north and seventy fifth street there'll be sidewalk dining areas between Indiana and cal you met as of this week the city has approved more than a thousand outdoor cafe permits
A Look at Big Mouth
"Here to talk about big mouth. We're here to talk about big mouth. So, we're here to talk about some specific one specific episode, and then there's a couple of things leading into it season three episode eight, where they introduced a character named Ali who is voiced by one of my favorite Comedians of all time Allie Wong And it gets really. But before we get into that, let me ask you. Lillian how'd you watched big mouth or you? A fan of big mouth? Is this a thing that you were just like all right? I'm psyched for this season. I I? Have I I really like like I almost didn't watch it. When it first came out, just because the Internet was so down on it and like just sort of treating it as like Oh. This is just gross gross out humor and stuff like that, but I inevitably did watch it and I really like it. It's like one of my favorite shows on Netflix lakes. So every time a new seasons come out I've always made sure to binge it, and yes, it does have a lot of gross out humor, but it's like it's not like you know Ren and stimpy, whereas just like Oh here's butts for its own sake or something like that. It's like in the service of something you know. Yeah League in this. Oh sorry. Continue almost all of my favorite comedians ever are in big mouth like eleven. Kroll I like John I didn't know that I. Like John Mullany until I saw this. I I especially love Jason Zukas, I love Jason Manzar can. And like the, there's like this weird movement on the Internet to just be like big is one of the worst things of all time, because and tying it back to ren and stimpy. The like lots of Internet disciples of John Kay. Who believe like you know animation beats should be strictly. You know by artists and story, board ESTS, and with no sort of. Slip I mean this is turning into an animation podcast now, but like with no sort of inkling of like scriptwriting or stuff like that and like big Ma, and if you look at big mouth like the artistic style is pretty ugly. Yeah but but I feel like that's on purpose to. Well, and I think that there's there's like every medium. There is a place for a lot of different things whether it's like the writing is so good that it makes up for the animation, which then they can hire great animators to make it better in the lions. I feel like Archer was like that at the beginning like the animation was Janke, but the writing was so good that held up. And now the animation is a lot better. If you see the newer episodes, yeah, like wow, yeah! I guess like with with big mouth me I didn't like it when I I watched it. At all I was put off by, and it's not necessarily the gross out. It was like the gross out for the reason of gross out was sort of like my like I'm good and I gave it another shot, and I'm happy, because I really did enjoy that for season once I finished I finished it. Yeah. I mean for as much as I. Liked it, I will you know cop to? It's not an easy show to get into yeah. But I think I think they do. Do a very not realistic by any means but like. A realistic humor of like sophomoric childish, but at the same time. Of elements that are very sophisticated and very adult, and very like you know what, yeah, we don't talk about ciswomen who go through puberty, really in a comedic sense right and so getting a lot of these voices is actually really good, and like the humor is very funny. Once you're able to sort of look past the fact that it's like Oh they're showing Dick's all the time. And it's like. I mean yeah, I mean it's funny. You mentioned that one of my favorite jokes in the series like I forget what the ultimate context of it, but it's very Meta joke where Andrew just basically mentions. or or maybe it was like the hormone monster basically mentioned like. Sort of animated adult animation and Andrew Responds like, but that's Ju-, but that's basically just animated child pornography, isn't it? And the Hormone Masha goes. Oh I hope not that would get people in a lot of trouble, and he just looks at the camera like right.
Chris Archer out until 2021 due to thoracic outlet surgery
"The pirates Chris Archer is GonNa miss this season whatever season that is, however, it's defined. He's GonNa. Be Out at least until two thousand twenty one after having surgery yesterday Dr Robert Thompson, performed surgery, and the thirty one year old right hander Tuesday in Saint. Louis to relieve symptoms of the Rasic Outlets
How To Get On a Retinol Routine You Won't Want To Quit
"Dr Noisier. Welcome back to our show. So here's the thing you guys at p. and G. Through all the research that you're always doing uncovered a little secret that most women are trying retinal and then quitting it before they actually see results so tell us about that. What is happening? And what kind of statistics are you seeing on this topic? Yes yes yes just to start off with. I think retinol as you mentioned. It's one of those ingredients that pretty much. Everyone has heard of right. There are some other ones in skincare. Where it's like you know you feel more expert. Retinal did a survey with about six thousand women in America and over eighty percents said yes I know of. I'm aware I've heard on edge via it's huge and then over forty percents. Half of the people have the women who had hard of it had actually tried it at some point again. So that's that's Numbers you wouldn't see for many other in wiggins but now comes the interesting part half of these women use their retinal products for less than amongst less than a month in that month. Eight out of ten did not use it every day and now comes the loss number. If you go back to everyone who who tried it at some point be to of ten? Women kept using the retinal product after several months. Shoe out of ten. Which meant Wayne's eight out of ten stopped using so to recap. What were the main reasons that people were quitting their retinol routines? It's really two main reasons that jumped out the first one is irritation redskin burning sensation. We've all right. I've definitely gone overboard and some prescription stuff definitely even has a name retinoids reaction so yes. It's very common. So that's the number one reason another reason is and it's almost the opposite is women that are irrational product. And they don't get anything they don't irritation but they also don't results and they will have spent quite a bit of money on that product and so they just give up because like I don't even know what that yeah I the thing is I you know. I know that retinol is the most serious ingredient on the web. I know it's the number one ingredient recommended by dermatologists. So how much retinal is actually out there? So so leading up to allay bringing out. Its Final Twenty. Four collection we. We did do a big search in the three years. Previous to our introduction many other retinal products globally have long and it was over three hours. Just those three years and that was a good year ago so arena. It's even more on top of all the products that already existed so it is crazy thousands and thousands of new products and coming out of. Wow that's incredible. No wonder women are confused. Indeed Dr Noise or I'm going to be honest with you when I attended the Ole presentational for all twenty four I was really shook by a slide that you guys put up there. I mean. I've been abused journalist for over fifteen years now and when I saw that side I just immediately. I had to go up and take a picture I was like. I don't even know if this is allowed. And it was basically a comparison of all the leading retinol products was drugstore. Luxury derm brands all those cute instagram brands. So can you sort of explain if you can what that was all about? Absolutely I know exactly which Chart Gimme actually wanted showed as showed how much wretched no we found in these formulations. How much was in that? That was able in some cases. What's on the pack? We found in there and quite a few cases we found a lot less than what it said on the label because it had degraded by the time right. That was one data point. How much is actually in there? At the point of you know using it often Archer said and then the second data points. Yes how much of that gets actually into your skin versus sitting on the surface and if my memory serves you had ten brands all lined up. I believe there was one that lived up to its claim that was very expensive and then there was like a second one that halfway lived up to its claiming the rest. Were just kind of like no right yes there. Were quite a few disappointments in their. The interesting point. Was that none of these about actually delivered more active retinal into the skin than the Holy Reginald Twenty Four K. considerably shocked. My pearls were being clutch every other beauty editor in the room. Let me tell you. Did you feel trip and by all of these like stealth mode after noisier? Like how did you get your hands on these? We did because we wanted to be realistic right so if you are do are you go to store. You know you buy your home you use. That's exactly what we did secret shopper. Now and I feel like that just really gets to the core of what this is all about and what this episode really is all about so a lot of the reason that women quit their retinal and their routines is because they're buying these things and they think it's going to be a holy grail. But they're really buying almost like a false promise products that are not being able to perform and meet the promise of. What's on the label so now a lot of people are looking at percentages. Because you think oh if it's got two percent retinol that must be better but is there like I just feel like that's faulty logic to so. How do you decipher what's good and not good? And that's part of the problem. Too Right it. Is You know what they are. Probably some ingredients were having the percentage on their lot more sense for example some of the essence right in do want to know what is the acid levels. Is it something? Us Daily weekly whatnot right. There's a very lineal relationship between how much is in there and our activity aggressiveness for Reginaldo. It's a little bit different. A small amount of rational goes a very
Former Los Angeles county public health director says there are inconsistencies in reopening guidelines
"Some health officials say we're re opening to recklessly returning everything back on extensively to save the economy but that may not matter yet according to Jeremy can nine dying for the center for global development who tells KNXV economy it's not going to rebound as long as people feel unsafe and people are going to feel unsafe as long as the viruses out there uncontrolled doctor Johnson feeling the former public health director for LA county tells K. nine three opening needs to be more cautious we saw what happened in Orange County when for one weekend that speech was open and it was not in Los Angeles county and there is a twenty two percent increase in the number of cases in Orange County he says he's worried there's a lot of inconsistency and re opening guidelines rob archer K. index in seventy newsradio
COVID-19 in Yemen - A Perfect Storm
"Transmission of Covid nineteen is likely happening widely across Yemen. You and humanitarian said. Latest data indicates around one hundred eighty cases of infection and forty deaths but real numbers are almost certainly higher. The Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs said on Friday. The agency has warned that the virus could easily spread faster more widely and with deadly consequences than elsewhere has Yemenis and your what is the world's largest humanitarian catastrophe. Only half of the war-torn country's health facilities are open and medics need much more assistance to counter the threat of covid nineteen aid agencies maintain in particular tests for the disease remained in short supply as does personal protective equipment to help one hundred and twenty five metric tons of supplies have now arrived in the country and much more is in the pipeline development comes amid a severe funding gap for thirty lifesaving aid programs which may have to close in coming weeks said. Un spokesperson Jens Locker ahead of a pledging conference for Yemen. Taking place next Tuesday. We are heading towards a fiscal cliff. If we do not get the money coming in the programs that are keeping people alive. Op very much. Essential to fight back against. Kobe will have to close. And then the world will have to witness what happens in a country without functioning health system back in public nineteen and I do not think of what we'll watch to see that funding. The entire aid operation in Yemen is more urgent than ever archer says with up to two billion dollars required until the end of the year
"archer" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast
"Episode. We meet Sarah Archer author of the plus one a novel about what happens when a female robotics engineer who can't find a date to her sister's wedding to pacify the unrelenting pressure by her mother to get a man decides to build her own date the perfect man for her dating and apparently being weightless at your perfect sister's wedding is even harder which is why when Kelly couldn't find Mr Right. She built. Tim Rene Carleen author of Blonde Kiss simply put down a story full of laughter and tears. Sarah starts the show with reading from early in the book. Where the protagonist mother and her family are putting the heat on her to get a date for her sister's wedding. She was quickly distracted by the inevitable question. So Kelly her mom sprightly. Have you met anyone recently? Well about Swain from the Philippines. Just asked me to connect on. Lincoln so you know what I mean a man. No Mom says you asked me last week. I have not found a husband. No need to be snippy. I just want what's best for you after all. You're already twenty nine. I would think you'd gladly take my help in the situation and luckily for you. I met someone. Congratulations dear. Will I be invited to the wedding car last not looking at from his salad? I mean for Kelly. Obviously mom I don't Oh. Is this the one you were telling me about? Claire Interrupted Kelly excitedly. I think you'll actually like him cal. Please don't but Kelly failed again. Give it a try worth happens. Is this stranger murders you on the first date and then at least you're not dying alone. Gary said slicing food for two of the girls across his own untouched plate. His expression was so straight that few people that Kelly would have been able to tell he was joking and even she wasn't convinced. I really don't want but now Dianne cut across Kelly. Everyone please just let me finish. Oh how rude of me Kelly thought his name is Martin. And he's done his sisters neighbours son. He's a realtor and a tennis player and just adorable and best of all. He's the same height as Gary so everything will be symmetrical in the pictures. What pictures Gary asked at the wedding? Obviously Kelly couldn't let this go on. Mom. I don't care how good this guy looks next to Gerry. I'm not marrying him. Not your wedding silly. Though who knows I mean for clear as wedding? Oh and I almost forgot. He has a cocker Spaniel. Diana back satisfied. The man had a cocker Spaniel. It's perfect right cal. Clara beamed wait so you guys just went out and found the plan for me. I know how you drive these things. Diane said. You don't even have to worry about it. We'll what makes you think I don't already have one. You don't do you Kelly splutter. That's not the point. I don't WanNa go to my sister's wedding with some tennis player jerk off. I don't even know straight out of college sir. Archer moved to Los Angeles work in film and Television when bigwigs say have your people call them up people. She was the assistant shifted writing full-time and has been thrilled. Enter the fiction world series of blacklists screen writing many lab fellow this material producer for comedy Central Post Short Stories and poetry numerous literary magazines after living in Los Angeles where she worked in literary management and Development Projects Including House. Concussion roots and girls trip. She spent time in. Saint Martin England New York City and Miami until she arrived back in her home state in Carolina or she lives with her husband and her pug plus warned us her first novel host land dissuade is committed to making this podcast worth your time. He's recovering trial lawyer award-winning Author Book and Dog Lover. Who LAID BACK. Style encourages authors to read and talk about their published and emerging works. You can listen to this show for free at Charlotte Readers PODCAST DOT COM for Charlotte Mecklenburg lavery digital branch website. And you can subscribe and listen for free on Apple podcast. Wherever you like to get your podcast. Show notes that this episode with images links and information about the authors are available at Charlotte readers. Podcasts GAS DOT COM CHARLOTTE readers. Podcast is a member of the twin city podcast network powered by Ortho Carolina for more information. Go to Queen.
"archer" Discussed on Busted Open
"With Hall of fame. Pro Wrestling talk on busted. Open these men and women that bill the business. Then the Aachen barracks keeps you up to date on all things boxing. Boxing is the fear of young expect. Loop Thomas has you covered for mixed martial arts. Joe Rogan is the most important influence all the fight name broken down like nowhere else only on Sirius. Xm FIGHT NASCENT. One fifty six first of all really good job by Shivani and Jericho. Abo- tional and you know and obviously playing up to both sides adding to the story that now is like hey man should have through an F freaking towel. You didn't and now it costs dust in a bad beating at the hands of Lance Archer. Abacha was probably going to lose anyway but also to your heard the crowd and what I say the crowd. It's the you know dozen people that are around the ring but she here. You heard noise. You're heard you know you heard shouts like throw the talent idiot like you. You know that adds to the vibe of what's going on in the ring so think about that. You're hearing crowd now. Is it a big crowd is it? Auroras crowd is like you know five thousand people at once chanting. No but you heard like something like throwing the towel you like. What a fan would yell and scream from ringside of an arena. It adds to the story it adds to the match it adds to the environment. I think that sound that we just heard coming back from break kind of sums up the vibe for eighty w they were able to create in the finish last night that same kind of vibe and feel that rocky and Apollo creed created when when Yvonne Drago was about to destroy Apollo and Apollo and rocky had that moment. Where do I throw in the towel or don't I throw in the towel and the look from Apollo creed to rocky? That's what they did last night. That was good storytelling. I liked it too. I think they missed a beat absolutely and I'll tell you what it was. They missed the same damn beat that they missed with. Mj FS bloody scarf last night when that towel when when when Dustin dragged in the towel I'm sorry when Lance dragged Dustin back in and Dustin how to hold of the towel that's where land should've took the white towel and got all of the blood on it and threw it right at cody. Here is your blood. Your brother's blood now. It's on your hands. Then do the finish. They missed the opportunity with the towel. A great storytelling point. A great moment time something that they could've replayed even if they just replay it next week or whenever we get the finals of Archer and cody. They could've slow motioned Lance Archer taking the bloody towel of Dustin Rhodes and slow motion throwing. It took cody. And Cody. Having to catch the white towel and look at his brother's blood and then the one two three or tap out of the one-two-three with the With the Iron Claw on top. Another tiny missed moment in time that I think could have meant a lot. More to the final between cody and Archer and I like it and they set it up perfectly because land starter. Lance Archer grabbed the towel from him. Saying you know what now. I'm you know there's no decision for you to make any more you hesitated. You made the decision now. You don't have that decision anymore. I love that Lance Archer. Did that but that would have been a great exclamation point that he would've taken that towel and just shoved it right and cody's face that would have been a good visual that you can played again and again over time. And I love that Lance Archer used that iron claw I mean Lance Archer man. They are doing wonderful things with Lance Archer rights right now and. I'm really looking forward to that finals of that. Tnt Championship tournament. Because I think cody Lance Archer. The story is already been. The foundation. Was set by Jake. The Snake Roberts. But I think we're going see that final match. I think it's going to be a great one. You are emotionally investment invested in that final match. Correct yes is it. What is it more about right now? Is it about archer destroying Dustin and Cody's involvement or? Is it about the championship? No it's about about the championship right now. Not To me while the story is now trumping the championship that they came up with in this interim because of corona virus so they would have some legs on TV some matches some story for but the issue between cody and Archer is now. Listen when Jake I debuted he cut the Promo on cody? There's you're beginning. The middle was last night. And now we're going to get our end. What is any any good story has a beginning? A middle and an end to cohesive beginning middle and an end and now I'm more interested in the Codey match against Lance because of the personal issue then I am the championship and much. Like cody has done. Since all in it's it's about the the personal issue actually all in as a bad example because it was about a road rage regaining the championship. All other cody's all of Cody's other angles and stories have been about personal issues and personal issues to me trump championships. Yeah and I'm an old school championship guy bully and you know what they're showing you can have both you want this story it's K- it's like it's you know what it's like it's like ric flair and dusty Rhodes. Yes it's about ten pounds of gold. There's no doubt about it. But you had to polar opposites that were clashing together in the story that they were able to tell like you said ultimately the goal is that championship. But it's the story that they're telling that gets you to buy in and I'm buying in right now to lance archer. In Cody Rhodes. Let's go back out to the very busy phones in the busted open nation. Let's go out to dusty in Louisiana. Dusty. What's going on with happening sellers. Last night wasn't just great shit from E W it was fantastic. I mean from everything from those two Texas Bulls Dustin Lance Archer to Don Nelson. Promo of call. You're damned grandmother but there was something mess I would've loved to have seen 'EM J. not favorite superstar. I would have loved to have seen more from his rats house and speaking of which speak as long as you and later the Greg I've been married. Divorced should be a letter. How in the world did you not know all these years? She's owned another house. What did he talk? That's that's that's fricking rude. What do you mean that she owns another house referring to your wife as a rat? That's focused on Justin. Because he's still there that's the I said Justin Dusty. That was terrible. That's not cool Dick. Let's go out. Let's go out to will in Long Island. What's going on well? I don't even know what that was. But whatever simply say hey you know what? Hey really quick. Will you know bully you and I kind of like the bring the personal stuff into the show because the nation's family and then you're going to get people to kind of ruin it for everybody but go ahead buddy anyway know? It's so funny that you were talking about how Jericho and Shivani are really carry. The Brca I tell you I don't even know why it was. Why like it so much but when they abuse Pineapple Pete. I just think it's hysterical. And what he calls them ski of own. I think even better. I don't know why like it's so ridiculous but it's it's it's hysterical especially the Pineapple Pete. I want to punch him in the face. The shirt I hate that guy. Whatever it is. It's it's comedy and it's just. It's so much better than what the other that. Don't go ahead. Bali Jericho is doing right. Now is very campy eighties stuff. But because it's Chris Jericho doing it. It's working the goofy year. He is the more works last week. I told you the moreover you are the more stupid shit you can get away with. Imagine somebody else. Who wasn't nearly as over Chris. Jericho saying and doing all of this Chris Jericho stuff. It's not gonNA work. It's not gonNa work at all one. Should remember Dave. I was telling you about the ozzy concert when Ozzy botched an entire song and then he said that was horrible. We're going to do the song again. And the entire place popped. Because you're is that you can get away with anything you want. If that was a younger ban an botched oh my God you up you up even younger guy. Botches they get they get killed an older guy botches and you know what he does something in the place gives him a standing ovation and will. Thanks so much for the phone call. But here's where it's like a double edged sword. Thanks will here. Here's where it's a double edged sword bully because you and I both like what triple h. Vince McMahon did Shawn Michaels at the end the smackdown. This past Friday life thought I loved it like you saw something that you don't normally say. They made fun of themselves. They kind of took advantage of the situation. The way the show signed off I thought was perfect. Everybody hated it and everybody should on it. It's it's just like I guess I go back to what you say. Aws has a lot more freedom to be able to do this stuff and get away with it then the wwe way now what they did with you know with the that newlywed That newlywed family feud game from last night. Newly throw show who libro show like. It just wasn't funny to me. It just went on too long. It wasn't funny. I thought the atmosphere of it was terrible now. Not Everything's going to be a home run but it to me. That was a swing and a miss but what they did on Friday night. I thought was great but nobody liked it. Nobody appreciated it. I think in a lot of ways A. W. has the freedom to do some things creatively and the wwe. It's almost like they're damned if they do. And they're damned if they don't I know with me. They're not damned if they do and damned if they don't 'cause I will never. I will never be harsh with criticism. Unless you've done something that makes me be harsh with my criticism. I know what I like. I know what I don't like as a fan and I know what works and what doesn't work as a professional. I've been around stuff enough stuff that worked and has not worked and I've been involved in a couple of things that did not work despite all of our efforts when I see what I saw last night with what next he tried to do was be goofy entertaining like a e w is doing with like inner circle stuff or any of the other goofy entertaining stuff. They might be doing it. It didn't click with me and I'll tell you what we got about. Forty five minutes left in show call right now. Eight seven seven three four four four eight nine three if you liked the newly bro show. Please call in. We'll put you right to the front of the line. Tell us what was entertaining about it. Tell us what you like. We want to hear positive responses from fans. We keep putting people on the phone that I love. They eat W I love to eat. W great where are fans calling and saying they loved annexed tate? I want those people onto because even though like aws kind of dominated the ratings war between the two shows you would have to say bully more than ever..
Explorers & Contenders: Xue Susu
"Today we're GonNa talk about a woman who was adored by politicians strategists poets and pretty much. Anyone who met her are contender of the day was lauded for her ability to shoot targets from a moving horse an athletic feat that perhaps was more accepted at the time due to her many other skills and more typically feminine pastimes. Meet Xiujei Sue Shuhei. Sue was born near the southeast coast of China. In the fifteen seventy S it was the latter half of the Ming Dynasty. An era in China now known for its population boom as well as vast expansions an art and trade are the fifteen eighty s Shuhei. Sue was a Courtesan in the city of Nanjing working in a legendary pleasure district frequented by powerful upper class clients. Their shoe as sue was local celebrity. She was a talented painter and poet. Who Only met with the most educated men as clients shoe? Isuzu poetry focused on her experiences providing historians with fatal insight into the world and culture of her workplace era in the fifteen ninety S. Shuhei soon moved to Beijing. She hosted popular literary gatherings and parties wealthy scholars in clients and she also demonstrated her own talents and interests. She was an incredible Archer and horseback rider and she displayed skills publicly referring to herself as female night. Errand fellow poets were so stricken by her depicted her in their work one female contemporary wrote a flower goddess with chivalrous mind. Your spirit can be confined by no means. You have the wisdom to command an army. This poet went onto compare Shuhei Su Su to a military commander and a legendary archer. Many men also wrote about as sue and historical accounts essays and poems. The horseback riding was seen as quite a masculine pursuit. She way sues mastery of that along with many other skills was seen as attractive. Shuhei Su Su also showed expertise in calligraphy embroidery music and Strategy Games after impressing Beijing. Xiujei sued disappeared off the map for awhile. It isn't entirely clear why some historians say she spent time as a private concubine others note that she had several husbands around this time but death or divorce ended each of the Union's among her husband's were military officers scholars and strategists leader in life as Soo- converted to Buddhism and chose to remain single. Her work is a cortisone may have ended she continued her artistic pursuits. She created many notable figure paintings depicting religious subjects. She also hosted parties prominent email artists. She Way Sue passed away sometime around sixteen fifty from horseback riding and archery to embroidery painting and poetry. She's remembered for her athletic prowess as well as her artistic abilities today. Shula sues work is held in many museums both inside and outside China
"archer" Discussed on Busted Open
"I don't speak perfectly. You don't speak perfectly it. Just what happens in normal conversation? I don't need a perfect promo. Just go out there and talk. But they'll they'll film things backstage with somebody that they feel needs to be produced or hey let's do one taken. Was that good. Yeah but let's try. This might be a little better. Why if it came out good the first time. Let's leave it alone. That's a lot. That's reason why you see a lot of things backstage because it just there's sometimes there's just a lack of confidence in people out there. I think everything should be done out in the ring as much as possible out. Live live in front of the camera as we can do right now because you need anything anything and everything to hold onto people's attention these days that lack of a crowd and I don't think we're getting crowds back anytime soon but that lack of crowd is now every week going to slowly slowly start to get to people. I already have friends on my facebook. Who ARE CASUAL WRESTLING FANS? Who ARE COMMENTING. Who are like. Hey this is getting impossible and I can't. I can't disagree with them. It's some people might absolutely love it. Hey maybe maybe Florida will lift their restrictions. Pretty soon and say will allow fifty people into the performance center as fans then. I would put fifty fans in their first come first serve. It'll give it some ambience. E W is doing a good job with their ambience. They really are trust me. There's nothing more than I'd like to do is come out here and make fun of Chris because we're friends and making fun of each other is what friends do. You can't make fun of Chris. He's entertaining you know and just listening to him. Talk and Blabber you think Chris. Jericho has a script in front of him. No He's about. That's what makes it entertaining. That's why if I was in a meeting right now with wwe. Now we're having this discussion. How do we make this a little bit better for our viewers pulley? I would bring up the example Chris. Jericho and E. W I'll be like. Let's get one of our one of our top stars in on the roster or a hall of. Famer somebody to go on there and just react and talk. Let's get one of our best. Let's get one of our best talkers on the roster now and let's try to get one of our best talking like hall of fame towns. Let's put him up. Put Him on the commentating booth with with Tom Phillips. And let's just let it ride. Let it just let them react and talk like so natural that that the the viewers just going to be loving. Just what's being said on commentary? Dave this is going to sound crazy if somebody said to me who should be on. Wwe commentary every week right now considering the Times that we're in considering what needs to be done you know who I would put a commentary. Who VINCE MCMAHON? And Steve Austin would you tune in just for the commentary course do you think? Vince McMahon. And Steve Austin could get talent in the ring over yes now. Is there a chance that you're going to be more? Invested in Steve Austin and Vince McMahon than you are the talent on the ring. Yeah but you gotta do everything you possibly can do to keep rating right now. Vince McMahon has been one of the best people behind that announced ever right. Yeah because he's getting across the stories that he wanted to tell so if you put the greatest rivalry in the history of wrestling behind behind the announce table holy crap. What the hell these guys going to say to each other. And when the time's right they bicker. And when the time's right they lay out and tell stories. Oh hell these new day guys. They're really good. They're sitting on tag team championships. Only amount of time before they break the record. Holy Shit Steve Austin just put over the new date instant fricken credibility. And you could listen. You try to do that every week or you or you. Switch it around. Hell I would love to see Vince. Mcmahon and Pat Patterson to commentary for one show. Go back to one thousand nine hundred eighty two of wrestling you know of championship wrestling. Why not give me Drake Maverick? And Vince McMahon. Give me drink. Maverick in Steve Austin. Put things up there. That just don't belong right now. Throw that shit up against the wall and let's see if it sticks because Lord knows that's what the wwe's been doing with their developmental system for years so why not do it on TV. Your home for all things come as sports is Sirius. Xm fire nation. Start Your Day with Hall of fame. Pro Wrestling talk on busted. Open these men and women that build the business then the Aachen Barranco keeps you up to date on all things boxing. Boxing is the fear of young. Expect and Thomas. Has you covered for mixed martial arts? Joe Rogan is the most important influence in all the fighting down like nowhere else only on Sirius. Xm Channel One fifty six to one and only lance archer land. How are you? I'm good man? You expect anything less than than dominating no other you have been dominating mad at you definitely had one hell of a debut on a w dynamite. A few weeks ago You know tossing ideas around Marcus and bullies nodding and smiling right now. So how? How have you liked the adjustments of a being a part of a e W lance? It's been it's been jazzy man. It's one of those things you know. We worked so hard in this business to accomplish things too cheap things and you know this is the next in that story for me and it's really good to be back home you know. I've spent the last eight and a half years in Japan and Japan was amazing to me. You know it wasn't an easy choice by any means but it was a choice that I actually wanted to make a challenge. I wanted to take on. And you know it's been absolutely a blast and everybody there you know that was one of the big reasons and making. The decision was the amount of amazing people. That were already happy of you. The friends that I already knew that were there and just never heard one negative thing from anybody and in my experience so far being with the company has been exactly that. It's been amazingly positive. Well I do have a question for you lance and it could be interpreted negatively but before I get to the question. Obviously I've told you before and I've told our listeners. Before I was a fan of yours from the first day I saw you in. Tna You were monster over back there and as Lance Hoyt. They called it white. A mania people were into and went to Japan. You did great there with the killer elite squad. I mean your career has been going very very well and one of the things that I never saw you do was speak but as the years went on I saw you become a better talker and then I saw that that video that you put out there on social media. I guess it was before your match against Moxley a new Japan and I was into everything that Lance Archer saying and I'm saying to myself Holy Shit. This guy is believable. This guy can talk and now you show up a w and they put one of the greatest talkers in the world with you now. I Jake everybody. Everybody ELSE LOVES JAKE. But managers are there to speak for people. I don't think you need anybody speaking for you. I'm not against you being with Jake. I just want to know why you know like you said he's worn the best speakers in business today and you know I. I believe that I've grown in my ability to get out there and say what I'm going to say when I need to say it I think there's a a all in due time scenario right now you know. I Think Society Society today is give it to me. And this is a build towards that You know in fact that Jacob come out there and says what he says and the nuances that he can. He can produce in the way nobody else in the businesses they will do. I'm all for you know and I. I think it just helps me transition back into a full-time American fan base I think that's one of the biggest reasons why you know. Being in Japan New Japan branched out and gained viewership in the United States and around the world that they've never had before Even though it's a company that was nearly six years old In just the last few years and but it was still kind of a very niche audience. That was into new Japan pro wrestling. You know and it grew and it got bigger and more and more people were watching But still I think there's a lot of American fans that are watching a w That you know just weren't Washington had so many tweets and whatnot and I remember this guy back in. Tna like you'd center. I remember my short miserable. Stand with The company up North That's what they remember. And I think this is a good transition you know with somebody. They absolutely no and they adore it. That is jake the snake Roberts and helps them start to understand who I am and what I'm about he's doing the talking and I'm doing the killing and you know kind of transitions from there. And then eventually when that time comes it'll be my time to speak and then everybody will be waiting in here. I like what you just said about him doing the talking and you do into killing but jake is so damn good at what he does. It's impossible for the spotlight not to find Jake. I always say there are those that demand the spotlight but then there are those. That command the spotlight. Jake commands the spotlight. Or is there any? Is there any nervousness of you or worry in you that you're sharing the spotlight with Jake absolutely? Not because like I said once I step in the ring I think you know going back to the debut against Marcos. Stunned in the second week with a poor soul stepped in the rain was the even mass last week with Cochabamba and go commandment is I command the spotlight. When I stepped in the ring. Jake Jake Roberts. And when he speaks people are listening but when I stepped in the ring people are watching and listening to what. I'm doing how I'm doing so no I. I have no worries about a loss in the spotlight. I think you know anytime. There's more than one person out by the ring. There's going to be attention. Paid to both peoples depending on. Who's out there? What's going on. I was like but once I stepped in the ring. I man that spotlight and people are Gonna. Watch me and they're gonNA pay me and I really have no worries the way the tapings went down and whatnot I would thereby myself and there was no share of spotlight while I was in the ring at that. Very moment But there is a very much shared spotlight when it comes to do that. Is Jim Snake Roberts Lance article talking to Lance Archer which you can see and again the continuation of the TNT championship tournament each and every Wednesday night on a e w dynamite APM eastern on TNT..
"archer" Discussed on Busted Open
"Her NWEA debut tonight on Nwea power so she wrestling. She's wrestling tonight debuted Schmil. She bought a good job or the guys that trained era gonNA beat the crap out of her. Maybe CAMILLE SOMEBODY. We need to get on the show. It's going to talk to us. She's not she's the strong silent type can meal for sure. I wish her I liked the direction her career is going in. I wish she would have never got side tracked years ago. But I'm glad she is where she is and seems to be doing a good job looking forward to see in her first match tonight on. Nwea power strongest vo longest 605 tonight looking forward to that also. I needed to make two more points before we go back to the busted open nation. Unfortunately there was two passing in our community in the world. The Pro Wrestling Jack Lutz. Longtime W. WWF referee and WWF referee as well past it into his eighties of read so many great matches that he was a part of most notably of the match when Hogan beat the Iron Sheik in one thousand nine hundred eighty four to become your wwf. Champion was a hell of a three count to make Oh my gosh at Madison Square Garden. I mean that was one of the greatest matches of all time conversely the other three that he made that sticks out in my mind or lack thereof is when spider lady beat Wendi Richter. Yeah the original screwed job you know the the New York. Screw job if you will. Yes he was a part of that as well also was the the official for the Roddy. Piper Mr T. boxing match at Wrestlemania. Two so we never talk about that boxing match against some so. That's the last time we're going to talk about that and Joepat. Esino passed away The word came down yesterday. It listening to Bill Apter It it happened Easter Sunday but the word just broke yesterday. That one of the greats. I was a huge fan of Joe. Polisena he had that great show with Gordon solely pro wrestling this week. That here in New York New Jersey area we watched on X. Channel Eleven but Chope Joepat. Esino passed away bully sad. I didn't even realize that that show aired on channel eleven in New York short time. How come on. It came on right after It was Awa then. It was glow and then it was pro wrestling this week with Guacamole Enjo- pedestal and then they had those segments it was actually Joepat Esino and bill apter used to do it on world championship wrestling. They did like their pro wrestling this week. Segment but then it was the weekly syndicated. Show that you could see on. Wpro in New York. And I used to actually have them. And you're you're gonNA kill me on this bully but you know I when. Dvd became the FE. I converted a lot of my vhs tapes to DVD. I have the entire first season of pro wrestling this week that I converted cost me hundreds of dollars converting my vhs recordings a pro wrestling this week to DVD. No Way I got them all. I got all on. Dvd Man are you serious. I do don't make. Oh my God. That's so boring no. It's not boring wrestling. This week was amazing so so sad to hear about the passing of Jack La Trinite Joe. Trimmer would have been like. Oh my God. That's so great. Can I borrow a copy? I'm actually I may. I'm making some specials with Tommy Dreamer today this afternoon that you're going to hear in the nine. Am Our right here on Sirius. Xm fire nation one being with We're GONNA talk about brock listener and we're GONNA do some other special programming as well. I may show him my pro wrestling this week. Dvds. And he's GonNa be Jealous. He's the right guy to show. Yeah Kinda show. You don't. Don't show me okay. I won't but I had to talk about it with the bus open nation but no that's cool. I actually I actually think Really Cool I. I quit Pellegrino a couple of times and all the people that you just mentioned you know. God bless them and condolences to their families because they were definitely part of our wrestling community. Well somebody WHO's not only a part of the wrestling community. But you know somebody who is definitely a part of the busted open nation and sometimes on Thanksgiving. He has to sit at the kitchen table but we love him nonetheless. Let's go back to the nation. Bali let's go out to Hansie in Toronto. What's going on Hansie guys? How are you buddy? I'm good I'm good No to I talk about what raw rocket due to change but the topic of some of the guys that W We let be bad ass as one example of somebody I thought they let him be a bad ass Under a new guys for bit was far Bronson with the nation domination. I I've always talking about this. I've been going through Ron. Siman PROMO DOES W W with all that and I always felt that he should they give Gb L. could've handled one lead in his career. I thought you should have revisited. Rock versus Ron Simmons. Because you know rock took over his nation and I just thought like even though he had with GB L. as APA. I always just felt wrong. Like even when they do the legends thing they bring out pass champions. They never really bring out. Ron Simmons is the first black champ in the w they'll do Kinda have him be the guy who comes in and goes down. We don't even with tone guide. I don't Think Stone Call Mc Foley AAA aren't take a really. I mean there w league is but they had careered outside before they came to me. So I don't know if you can count those guys as home grown but I guess in the context of what the characters were in that sense But as far as what Rodney's I listen I. Six wrestlers bullies did that wrestling ball from everybody. I thought the aws should take a pay. Nwea's book where like like. Listen we know. There's no crowd there. So there's no point in putting on these fancy entrance music for every single situation. Why don't you just have like Tom Phillips bomb right in front of the ring and then two guys argue and they go. You want a ring right now. Let's go to the ring right now and that's one thing. Nwea that I really really Doug La Even the old one and the new one right now how they kind of just have confrontations right in the ringside area and then they go and settle there. Have a promo afterward. I thought like that's old school. Thing off the trump that I really really day by the way and before I go by the way Of Paul Ellen Ring did come back in ninety eight after the sunny stuff did Kind of like went sour. A little bit I think the downturn of road warriors won their Exploiting a hawks Drug problems and you know and he just he just if you're aware fan and I wasn't a role where Level that you guys were because you've got some in the eighties but even ninety eight standards when like you know like Hockey League wwl threatening suicide off the tight and dry and I thought it was really bad. Look like Diet and Scott Hall on. I thought they really exploited that and that kind of the downturn for me as a road warriors fan if then and Hansie great phone call and there was a lot of meat on the bone to what Hansie's call wasn't thanks so much for it Hansie with the road warriors. They're going to be part of the dark side of the ring. They're going to be one of the episodes. This season for dark side rang. And I'm sure they're going to get into a lot of the problems that hall cat it definitely. They definitely tried their best to change the perception of the road warriors especially in the late nineties bully and then he mentioned about what the Nwea is doing with their studio wrestling. We know that there's not a lot of people in the NWEA studios when they do their NWEA power tapings and I like the fact that not everybody gets this extravagant entrance a Lotta Times. It is just like the old school Georgia championship wrestling. There would be confrontations at that. Podium with Gordon Soley and they would take it to the ring you know. That's something that they can do as well bullying instead of having like these back. Stage interviews. Have the interviews right A- there? There's there's no difference between being backstage now and being there by the commentary table. Maybe they could do more of of what hands he was talking about. My biggest the one thing that I would like to see the WWe getaway from an e. W has done this. A little bit is the use of the microphones you use a microphone because you're talking to an arena full of twenty thousand people and you want everybody to hear you. You don't need a microphone more. Okay if you have guys talking to each other Gal's talking to each other out there. Just talk the handheld cameras going to pick up all of the audio. It's GonNa come across more real. We don't need microphones anymore. And I know hardy and Jericho did it people chiming in and social media. Oh you must have missed it. They had microphones clipped to their clothing. Okay fine if that made the audio that's great. But they weren't holding microphones the NWEA went back to an old way of doing business which we liked because of the nostalgia but it seems like because what's going on in these days because of the black plague that way of doing would be a great way to do it right now. I think you get bits and pieces. With E W let's scale this whole thing down to what it is we're still going to get our TV product. But if I have Zelina Vega and drew McIntyre promoing each other then. Let's have a camera on drew just like. Hey you got a problem. Selena wanted to come. I don't need him talking in a microphone. Why is he talking to microphone now? There's nobody up in section three twenty six rows e seat twenty two. That needs to hear him. Joey people that need to hear him of the people at home. So you pick it up with with with with the camera in the handhelds. Would you like he actually mean I could put you like Hansie's idea where like instead of having like Charlie Caruso in the back interviewing Zelina Vega? Just do it right out there like you. Have the commentary commentary team out there. Let them interview that. And then you could have confrontations out by the podium. Instead of instead of having this divide now you had to divide before because you had an arena full of fifteen twenty thousand people. You don't have that right now so the whole division your whole setup and the way that you did it. I think you're right but it's a you know. Clear it off. It's like a talk board. Just clear everything you had off. Let's let's do it differently entirely because everything is different. So you might as well that formula that you know XS and Os that formula that I add before a race it and let's come the new formula at least for right now. Why do you think they do things backstage backstage? It's either I it's pre-tape stuff or it's pre taped pretaped. It's because they don't trust certain people to go out there live live and you know what now's the best time and. I don't care when people screw up promos I really don't because tripping over your words in the heat of battle or just normal everyday listen trip over my words on every day on this show..
"archer" Discussed on Busted Open
"What it was like scouting a young Luca. Danni I've been doing this for thirty years and I've never encountered a kid his age. That had a when I walked in the gym and I walked out as this kid has special. I've never seen a kid with swag. And in no fear factor and confidence level. He had a kid coming from a small country. Slovenia to people new episodes world of basketball are available and three Thursday on the Sirius. Xm APP and Pandora one thing. That really really bothered me last night. Bullying I WANNA get your take. Was that segment with the Viking raiders. You know formerly war machine you know like for bring of honor like warm machine like you know they come to the wwe and the WWE had to change him like they always do when they get certain personalities and wrestlers from outside of their world and watching that segment they were doing the you know the Karaoke in like I'm looking at this and I'm like man he's guys are bad asses this these. These guys are tough guys. Why is the WWe? Bully always feel like when they got bad asses. They gotta change now with the exception of Brock. Lester because that's one where you can put to decide. But whenever they have those tough guys those bad asses they feel like they gotta clown them up. You know and I and it's not just something. That's reese him. Well you know this. This goes all the way back to the road. Warriors you know in the wwe. They weren't the road wars. There were the legion of doom at the stuffed animal on the freaking motorcycle for crying out loud these were bad asses that came out to Ironman and just kick the shit out of everybody in thirty six thirty seconds and get the pen and they felt that they had to completely change them when they came to the WWF. So let me ask you bully. Why does the wwe always feel the need that? They gotta put their paws on something that successful before they get their read the Bible. I do from time to time yes. God created man in his image and the wwe. Vince McMahon has to create you in his image. Sometimes the images so much that. It's an actual extension of what Vince is. Vince has always been a fan of. I think African American preachers or the way African Americans a Baptist Church Aura. And that really. You know happy joyous feeling. He spoke through Devan and the Reverend Yvonne. Vince likes that big Boisterous Wall Street type of guy. Who can you know by his way through everything? Jbl Vince is the guy that thinks that you know everybody has a price. Look at the state of Florida right now. The million dollar man. So Vince has to create you in what he thinks. You should be in his image bad asses or not entertaining in Vince. Mcmahon's is yes. There is room for a bad ass a typical pro wrestling one. Oh one bad ass. That's brock listener. Let's take a bad ass as an example and watch what they did to them is. Drew McIntyre a bad ass. When you look at drew McIntyre did you. Do you see a bad ass at times. Ya Not in the same vein as brock listener. No Watch it when you look at drew McIntyre the man. Let's forget about pro wrestling. Look at that guy standing that is he a bad ass yes looks like a bad ass right them right he does. Six five jacked will kick you in your fricken mouth and knock you the trump out when he got to the came back to the wwe. They tried to do the bad ass thing with him. It wasn't really resonating that much. Then they start to put the microphone in his hands then he starts to stay little cutesy things then he starts doing the Tranquillo thing that he did last night. They're adding little entertaining. Aspects to drew McIntyre yes or no. They are yes. Why because Vince doesn't need a bad ass and entertaining? Bad Ass different story I'll take it. He makes me laugh. He could kick your ass but he makes me laugh. That's Vince having to put his spin on things the Road Warriors. The road warriors are probably one of the top three five most over acts in the history of pro wrestling. Yes I would probably say without a doubt the top five ever they call it. The Road Warrior pop for a reason. Greatest tag team on the in the history of the pro wrestling business. No team has even come close and the reason I say that is because the road warriors were able to do by themselves. Would I don't think any other teams were able to? Do they put asses in seats by themselves? Okay you put. The road warrior. His name on the marquee people were buying a ticket just to see the road warriors. If you put the rock and roll express today buy tickets to see the Rock and roll suppress? I'm not sure but if it was a rock and roll versus the midnight yes. I'm definitely buying a ticket. If you put the Hart Foundation on the on the on the billboard you Bein for the hard time they should probably not put the Hart Foundation versus. Let's say demolition. You buy a ticket. Are you buying a ticket for the Dudley? Probably not but Dudley's Hardee's yes. I'm buying a ticket. You get my point on the road warriors. Yeah I mean I would probably disagree with you about the rock and roll expressed but everything else i. I'm definitely on board with. I definitely understand that you could make an argument for the rock and roll express but if there was ever one tag team that you can put their name on the marquee and that name is going to sell. The ticket was the road warriors and that makes them the greatest of all time period. It's their ability to generate money and business and really quick just on because I have to say this in regards to the road warriors at a time when they were heels like that a time when they were heels out changed to a baby face tag team but there was a time when they were heels and they would be in the main event. There were times I know because I bought a ticket and saw them in front of ten thousand fan at the medal ads. Were they were in the main event where Rick Flair and Harley race on the card and they're in the main event I mean I don't I don't think a lot of fans realize how big the road warriors were in the mid to late eighties so now the road warriors. Vince finally gets the road warriors to come to the wwe. You're thinking holy crap the road warriors you just let them be the road warriors right. Nope Vince McMahon didn't create the road warriors. So how can you let another creation from another company? Come in and just beat the crap out of all your teams what you're basically saying. Is this creation from another company is better than anything we've ever created here and he'll never do that. That's why the new day or the shows will break the Dudley's record. That's why they changed their name to the Legion of doom. Yes they always were known as the Legion of Doom. The Road Warriors. But they never really die. They never used the legion of doom. That's what Vince did to them. We're going to call them the Legion of doom. We're GONNA put sunny with them. We're going to change. We're going to get into the makeover with their gear. What what what are you doing? You don't mess with the road. Warriors think alone. Think about what you're saying because I don't want to glance over what you just said. But they there was a time. Paul elbowing was out and sunny was the manager of the of the Legion of doom. Think about that and this is not a knock on sunny. I mean my God you have the one of the greatest managers of all time a guy that was just you know when you think of the roadways if a precious Paul Ellery with the Wall Street Journal in his hand and they took him out and put in. Sunny owning was not entertaining. That's how the WWE would most likely be looking at it. We need to. We need to fresh in them up. Why did why did they put Stacey Keebler with with Bob and Yvonne? What was the point at more entertaining to put a different flipside a different view? I don't know they need a fresh coat of paint. We need the fresh. They need something new. Let's throw the six foot blond with them not that it didn't work out with her but what was the point. Why would you put sunny with the road warriors? Even if you wanted to get rid of Paul L. Ring. And just leave hawking animal alone. Why the new face masks did any of these. Wwe touches really helped the road warriors. Now they did that for merchandise reasons because then they were selling the foam spike style. I mean it's you know the wwe has that way now. Obviously it's hard to say that they're wrong but this is the company that put dusty Rhodes. The American dream wanted a great baby faces in the history of pro wrestling and they put them in Polka dots and made a mid Carter. It's impossible to say that the WWE is wrong. And I will never and I can't say. Ww is wrong because look at what the money that this stuff generated. The Way Vincent wanted to do it. So yeah the road warriors did business for the WWE. In the way vince off it dusty did business for the WWE. The Way Vince sore fit. I can't let the American dream. Dusty Rhodes coming in the American dream. Dusty Rhodes is one of the greatest homegrown talents in the history of the business much like the road warriors. What am I gonNA to do? It meant that the American dream dusty Rhodes is a bigger baby face than my Hulk Hogan guy or whoever the big baby face was at the time when yeah this is why. I'm extremely grateful events. Because he didn't fuck with us he never tried to screw with the Dudley's there were very few people that Vince actually just sat back and went. Leave them alone. Let them do their thing now. Why why is that? Why were you the lucky ones? There is a couple of lucky ones and I think that. Listen Jericho's a lucky one to fricking over just to over. What are YOU GONNA? Do you debut night one against the. Rock you hang with him on the Mike What do you do? You know you got these schmucks and tie dyes and black glasses with white tape and they come in and they got over. Booker T. walks in. He gets over any now they they put some spin on. Eddie you know the whole Latino heat him in China Blah Blah Blah. Give it a little bit. But there are some guys who were able to withstand the overhaul or the repackaging and they were allowed to get as close to that ceiling as possible. Nobody nobody in the history of the wwe that was not created by the wwe ever gets to the stop ever gets to the top and allowed to stay there. They may get to the top and hang out for a little while but nobody stays there. Wow interesting I think about it. You're a wrestling historian. You Dreamer you. Tell me who who has come in from the outside that got to the top. That was allowed to stay there. Hearing my here my examples that you have to compare them to taker. Triple H Steve Austin. 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Sidewalk notes bring smiles to hospital staff during virus
"If you're just arriving thank you for what you're about to DO the messenger is anonymous but the words heart felt a little bit further it says you are extraordinary messages written in chalk on the sidewalk from the parking lot to the main entrance of archer Medical Center it is really nice lab technician Minerva Martin says the messages are appreciate give us hope in their written in both directions you are leaving thank you rest well let's Lee Miller is the first year residents employment a lot to me and was surprised colorful surprise walking out and going home to go to bed after a long ship I'm Ben Thomas
11 Trivia Questions on TV Bosses
"With buds dot com and it's clicked. It's clinical in the show notes so go to the show notes given a nice click and go check it out. Today's episode is a fan made episode from Luke McKay. He is a Patriot subscriber. He is a buddy of mine and he writes Great Trivia. This quiz is called. Tv bosses. So I have eleven of these four U. Eleven. Tv boss questions. I'll give you the boss's name you tell me what show they were on? And who played that boss? Who did the voice or who played in terms of acting on the show so your name the boss and the show came. It's going to be a fun one and we're going to jump into it right now eleven questions on TV bosses here. We go all right. Everybody here we go. This is round about TV bosses. And here's number one Jack Donigi number one jack. Donna gig remember. We're looking for the actor or actress who played the role. And what show was on number one Jack Donna number two Michael Scott who played that loss and what show number two Michael Scott number three C M Burns number three C M Burns whose that TV boss number three number four Leslie Nope Leslie nope number four number five Miranda Bailey number five Miranda Bailey number six Selina Meyer number six Selina Meyer number seven is Don Draper Don draper number seven number eight? Olivia Pope Number Eight. Olivia Pope Number. Nine Phil Colson number nine Phil Colson and number ten Raymond Holt Raymond halt. Your bonus. Question is the name Mallory Archer Mallory Archer name who played Mallory Archer. And what show as you did for all the other ones. That is your quick quiz on. Tv bosses we'll be right back in just a second with the answers. We are back with the answers to TV bosses. Let's see how you did on the short quiz from Luke McKay Number One Jack Donigi that was Alec Baldwin on Thirty Rock Jack down a game was played by Alec Baldwin on Thirty Rock Number. Two Michael Scott was of course Steve Carell on the office. Steve Carell on the office. I mentioned that the other day but go look up the some good news video with John Krasinski. Or He's doing a news report of good news from his house and he does a quick skype. Call with Steve Carell. It's pretty great number. Three was burn. See Montgomery Burns. And that was Harry. Shearer playing Mani Burns on the Simpsons Harry Shearer and the simpsons number four Leslie note played by Amy Poehler on parks and REC. I mentioned I'm binge in that on a recent episode. I love watching the old episodes of parks and REC number five.
Security When the Workforce Goes Remote
"With so many people going remote the same way that we are. What's top of mind for you? As a security expert there is a concept and information security. Which is the belief in defense in depth and that means that you don't rely on any one thing to protect you you have a series of things that you use and you stack them on top of each other and you use those series of things to offer multiple layers of protection. You don't just put a moat around the castle. You also put walls and you have archers and you have hot oil ready to pour on people that try to storm it so insecurity. We have those same sorts of controls. The challenge for security teams. Is that a lot of those controls for a lot of companies only live in their office and only live in their corporate network and so in users take the machines home with them. Mirtha remotely accessing. They don't necessarily have the same controls in the office as they do at home. And if you look at some of the large breaches over the last. Let's say five years you'd see that. There are a number of instances where a remote employees using a home computer. That's perhaps shared with someone in the House that doesn't have protections on it is used to access internal corporate information by an attacker. That's acted are the things that we're dealing with new things or just things that were underway happening a lot faster. We've had multiple scenarios in the corporate and Enterprise World where we've had to make employees work from home and work remotely. You know the first real encounter in at least my adult life with this sort of a scenario. Was these nine eleven. When we had fundamentally city that became unavailable in the workforce there being mostly unavailable or having to move to disaster recovery sites and I think nine eleven really taught a lot of large corporations about the importance of building really resilient business continuity programs the actual new thing about this is just the scale is just the entirety of a workforce for a company being forced to work remote as well as their suppliers as well as their customers. We had the advent of things like SASS and salesforce inbox. And all these tools that were basically derived so that people could access their work materials anywhere that it sort of became expected that some percentage usually sales people because they're in the field but some percentage of your workforce would be remote and so we've been building infrastructure to support that workforce for some time. Now this is less of like. Oh it's a new way to work and we have to change everything this is more like. We have to reengineer everything to handle the capacity and just the sheer number. How are the best security teams? You know properly preparing their organizations with this really rapid shift to remote work. You know I think the right way to think about it is to just build a matrix in your mind and sort of numerous all the different security controls you have available to you in the workplace in the office and have some understanding of how they translate to the different scenarios. All of your employees will find themselves in now so I think there's two things that really good security teams are fundamentally doing. The first is getting. Their people stood up online outside of the office. Because security teams don't necessarily always have a great disaster recovery and business continuity plans and then second making sure that what they're doing is actually safe and secure if you're an organization right now and say you were gone from twenty percent to now ninety percent workforce's remote breakdown from very specifically how you would do a risk assessment over the last couple of years. Most things have left. The building and so most services are provided by third parties most of the infrastructure. That you run isn't running on your premise. And so for the last three or four years most SEASO's or chief information security officer has spent a tremendous amount of time thinking about their third party risk who are there. Vendors are their counterparties who are the people that they transact with. And you have to think about them. Not just from a security perspective. Because that's a little bit narrow in terms of impact the business but you need to be more comprehensive and terms of like confidentiality so is shifting. All of your voice traffic to this third party does that provide you with the confidentiality. You need to run your business while it may be okay to have a sales call with a customer where you don't discuss anything confidential over video conferencing system now. You're having your board meetings over this video conferencing system. Does it need their requirements that you have and then you have to think in terms of integrity the systems that you're relying on now that you've moved everybody onto them have the controls in place to ensure the integrity of the operations of Your Business. Are they going to lose your data? Is there going to be some sort of disruption to the quality of the output are the systems of record truly capable of being systems of record? And then finally you have to think in terms of availability. Not just you. As a company are moving your entire workforce to the service provider the entire planet is will the service provider? Be Up and running in the face of this kind of demand or will they just follow over because of the excess utilization. I liked the way that you broke that down so it sounded like the first bucket there was really around confidentiality and what transactions were happening in person providing measure security now happening virtually. So let's focus on that for a second. How would you go about assessing that? It really depends on the vertical and it depends on the industry. There's a very very rich tapestry of regulations that you have to really understand. And it's very specific to the business that you're in specifically if you're regulated and you have to make sure that the tools that you're using can support those industry specific regulations if you are for example in the healthcare industry and let's say you're a hospital network and hospitals right now are rushing to provide telemedicine and to remotely treat potentially sick people. The issue with that is that there are these regulations called hip and high-tech that mean that you actually have to work to maintain the confidentiality of your patient information. So then I guess looking at a second bucket that you talked about which was really selecting these new tools and introducing these new third party vendors that you maybe weren't using before so for instance you and I are using a totally new tool for a sixteen Z. That we rolled out as soon as we went remote that we could keep running our podcast. Power you or security professionals thinking about these third party tools in how do you go about assessing them? Well it's always about the data for example where recording a podcast. This is public information. Eventually it's going to be released and so the sensitivity of our discussion that we're recording right now is slow. It's fundamentally public data whereas if we were talking about a portfolio company this might not be an appropriate tool because it might not adequately protect those discussions and so we really have to understand I the sensitivity of the data and then matched that data sensitivity to the security features and capabilities of the tool generally marketing teams. You're kind of free to experiment with tools that are maybe not industrial grade security but the moment that you start talking about transferring customer records transferring personal information that your customers or any actual property. Then you really need to understand the tools and a very quick adoption and migration path to potentially get you into a not so great place was interesting. You mentioned quick adoption because that is absolutely what we're seeing right now when you suddenly have in our case all of the sixteen ego in remote. We suddenly needed all these new communication tools that we didn't use before so we are rolling them out relatively quickly. How our it insecurity teams keeping up with the fact that people are rapidly adapting to this things are changing daily. How do they balance that with security at a sixteen year? We've been fortunate in the we've probably spent the last two years really focusing on eliminating any kind of custom solutions not having servers under people's desks not having servers at all focusing on using cloud infrastructure and SAS and so when this event happened and we had to pivot credit to our. It team. They did some wonderful work but we were really well positioned. There wasn't a whole lot of stuff other than adding a few new services. That were disruptive. I think the way the modern enterprise has built their data stores is somewhat similar so that a lot of the data that a company has that could very easily flow out of the organization are generally pretty well controlled often. Were used to these. Large enterprise roll outs of new tools. They take a long time. But now you have a workforce going remote and you may need to roll tools out faster. What steps are you seeing? People caught or needing to add to get the tools out into the hands of workers to do virtual work. Usually one of the longest polls on any of these kinds of tools. Deployments is the legal and contract negotiations. It's the kind of thing where the length of your proof of concept is probably half the length of the debate. You're going to have with the vendor about limits of Liability. It's like people complain about it. But if you really want to prolong something bring a couple of lawyers and especially when you have to have. It people technical people work with lawyers at compounds it. So I think where I've seen things getting quicker is just on the procurement side on the contracting side. We've gone through a three year. Process of large enterprises telling employees. Don't use your credit card to buy a SAS services. That window seems to have opened up a little bit. And so you're seeing people paying for things with personal or corporate cards to get services deployed and unrolled and I think. It legal. They're going to be flexible. They're to keep the business moving. There's probably going to be a lot of contract review and a lot of heath gnashing over the next couple of months since they figure out what they've allowed into the
Los Angeles - FAA Tower At John Wayne Airport Closed Due To Possible Coronavirus Case
"At John Wayne airport tower the tower there might have a case here is in the studio rob archer the FAA's advising that a John Wayne airport controller ease and unconfirmed but presumed positive for covert nineteen so the FAA tower at the airport is closed the FAA will handle all air traffic through a regional control centre and the general aviation runway is currently closed but the commercial runway
Ohio health director orders closure of polls on primary day
"The latest saga with regard to the corona virus in Ohio now involves today's primary election on Monday governor Mike DeWine said it would seek a court order to have the election delay we should not be in a situation where the votes of these individuals who are conflicted archer pressed is therefore my recommendation after talking with the secretary of state talking with you turn the channel talking with lieutenant governor that voting be extended until June second no in person voting occur today but rather that in person voting occur on June second but between now and then that absentee ballot voting be permitted the wind also cited the health of the poll workers amid the corona virus outbreak but a Franklin County judge rejected that argument late Monday that in turn led to an emergency order from doctor Amy acting director of the Ohio department of health to postpone the election today the polls are closed today with the order from the Ohio Supreme Court upholding the Ohio department of health's order from
Coronavirus in Chicago: Pritzker closes all bars, restaurants for dining in as state cases rise to 93
"Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot frustrated that state and local authorities work contacted help find ways to reduce long lines and congestion at o'hare airport Saturday before any additional federal directives impact states and localities are issue you must you must listen to mayors and governors and other local officials first reduce line Chicago is asking for a waiver allowing fire department EMTs to check temperatures and for passengers to stay on planes until they're put into proper queues to avoid crowding inside of the airports right bro WGN news waves of up to six hours reported here yesterday travelers affected by the European travel ban were coming into the custom section of the airport right now governor Pritzker has taken the podium at the news conference we were expecting here's that federal jurisdiction meaning times of heightened security and monitoring require federal leadership instead of being alerted by federal customs and border patrol my administration learned through Twitter about the unacceptable and frankly dangerous situation at o'hare International Airport one of the nation's and the world's busiest airports the other with mayor Lightfoot senator Durbin and others we worked through the night to demand immediate action from the White House and as a result this morning I received a call from vice president pence and another from secretary of homeland security acknowledging that mistakes were made and informing me that customs and border patrol would be doubling staff at o'hare airport today I continue to monitor the situation closely I don't usually get heated on Twitter and I always try to work through official channels when possible but when I saw hundreds of people crammed together for many hours at o'hare in exactly the conditions that I have been warning about for days I was furious there has been nothing here having anything to do with politics frankly cooperation between democratic and Republican stakeholders and officials around the state of Illinois over the last week has been incredible my anger had everything to do with protecting the health and safety of the people of our state if getting mad on Twitter is what it takes to get federal officials to act then I am absolutely going to do that as I said there are no easy decisions left to make as we address this unprecedented crisis every choice that we face every choice now is hard and it comes with real consequences for our residents but as your governor I cannot let the gravity of these choices prevent us from taking the actions that the science and the experts say will keep people safe with that said I am ordering all bars and restaurants in the state of Illinois to close to the public as of the close of business Monday night March sixteenth through March thirtieth we are working with restaurant owners and food delivery services across the state to see if restaurants can safely keep their kitchens open so the restaurants can continue food delivery to people at their homes additionally we are allowing drive through and curbside pickup for restaurants to serve the public over this period we are working with restaurant owners in this effort Sam toy from the restaurant association is here with us today it has been an incredible help to my administration in trouble shooting this difficult issue my staff is working around the clock to help resolve all of the logistical concerns around in action this unprecedented and we'll have more details in the days ahead there's another hard step to take I know how difficult this will be on small businesses around the state this is another hard step but we must do everything that we can to safeguard the health and safety of the citizens of the state of Illinois and that requires urgent action I tried earlier this week to appeal to everyone's good judgment to stay home to avoid bars not to congregate in crowds it's unfortunate that many people didn't take that seriously the time for persuasion and public appeals is over the time for action is here this is not a joke no one is immune to this and you have an obligation to act in the best interests of all the people of this state in some ways my sincerest hope is that when all of this is over that we here all whole bunch of complaints that the state over reacted and took action that was too aggressive that will have meant that we survived all of this with the best possible outcome saving many people's lives as I announced last week starting tomorrow the James R. Thompson center will be closed to all people who do not have business with the state my team of deputy governors is working with each of our agencies to continue to provide critical services while following IDPH guidance on risk reduction that includes directing some employees to continue to come to the office moving some to a work from home capacity and making other needed adjustments to work schedules these measures will roll out over the coming days and state workers should expect communications from their agency leaders shortly all employees will continue to be paid during this time period the department of innovation and technology has been working tirelessly to ensure that our state agencies have the resources that they need to continue state business next I want to take a moment to talk about something that I know is weighing on everyone's minds food access for our school children are most vulnerable populations and all of our residents I know the grocery stores faced a major surge of shoppers in the last few days and pictures of barren shelves are quick to circulate on social media I want people to know that illinois' food supply chain is among the nation's strongest and steadiest and I'm committed to keeping it that way as this situation involves already we conferred with grocers of all sizes throughout the state and ask for their advice on what would make it easier for them to get products through their stores and to our residents based on that feedback my staff and I have connected with the nationalities throughout Illinois including the city of Chicago asking that they end their prohibitions on overnight grocery deliveries we've also reached out to the federal level asking them to change regulations to free up the flow of merchandise from warehouses to stores and we're working with our own state police to do the same wherever we can my team at the department of agriculture is working around the clock to see how our rural farming communities are doing how they're faring during this time and across the board the answer has been that their supply remains good we also connected with major national and global food processors including archer Daniels Midland based in Chicago to check in on their supply chain and they're doing well with no hiccups we need the people of Illinois to help us here to please do not hoard food buy what you need but please be reasonable think of your friends and your neighbors there is enough food to go around but we need people to not be selfish as for school provided meals as I mentioned our state board of education has received the necessary waivers to continue to distribute two meals a day two children who qualify for free and reduced lunch statewide starting Tuesday Israel has been working day and night to set up plans with districts across the state and local districts will contact students parents and guardians directly with more information about what distribution looks like in their communities here in Chicago all school buildings will be available for grab and go pick up for breakfast and lunches to any child under eighteen between the hours of nine AM and one PM you don't
Democrats plan to go after Mike Bloomberg during his first debate appearance Wednesday
"Michael Bloomberg is to take part in his first democratic presidential debate on Wednesday after polls suggested a surge in his popularity one of his rivals for the party's nomination senator Elizabeth Warren said the event in Las Vegas would allow herself and the other candidates to display their skills against egomaniac billion that similar to Donald Trump Mr Bloomberg has already spent hundreds of millions of dollars on campaign ads including one criticizing president trump's attitude towards immigrants from Latin America tries to convince Americans that there are too many Latinos living hearing demonized as immigrants from Mexico and Central America this call them believe it or not from minerals and rapists and murderers and killers he's call them animals and he said that our country is on the invasion facing infestation and in the station that's what they call Jews in **** Germany so why has Mr Bloomberg entered the debate in Nevada a question for all US reporter Anthony's archer well it's because the qualification criteria that the Democratic Party puts on debates changed for this debate used to be that you had to have a certain number of small donors in order to qualify and of course Michael Bloomberg's only donor to his campaign is himself to the tune of about four hundred million dollars so far so what they did was they change it only to be poll standings and if you'd won any delegates in previous caucuses and primaries so all the son Michael Bloomberg qualified for the debate at and he's going to be on the stage there against his democratic opponents away to see place himself on the political spectrum I think it falls down in the middle we have to remember he was a former Republican when he was mayor of New York City he ran it regionally as a Republican then switched to being an independent and only recently switched to being a Democrat and if you listen to him he says the reason is because the Republican Party has moved away from the center he's always stay the same if you break down his policies when he was mayor he was he had a kind of a tough on crime reputation he back something called stop and frisk which allowed New York City police officers to search anyone they suspected of wrongdoing and it targeted disproportionately young black males New York City residents and a lot of critics you that as a civil rights violation and a racist policy Bloomberg has since backed away from them but if you look at other policies that he has other other things he supported he supports gun control he supports an aggressively tackling climate change Hugo crackdown on cigarette smoking in the city all those things put him being in either in the mainstream or slightly to the left of many Democrats so he's kind of an interesting candidate who I think will probably take fire for being a former Republican but some of his policies are very popular among Democrats to what extent does he pose a threat to the existing candidates well they're going to be two more states that hold their nomination contests before Michael blue burgers even on the ballot this Saturday Nevada and then the Saturday after in South Carolina they're going to be the other candidates kind of battling for pole position up against Michael Bloomberg come the beginning of March when there are I believe fifteen states that are gonna hold primaries and Michael Bloomberg is going to be on the ballot and not all of them I think after member that Bernie Sanders did very well in Iowa the senator from Vermont he did very well in Iowa he won New Hampshire Hey he's leading in the polls despite all this talk about Michael Bloomberg he's actually doing the best of any candidate right now he's gonna have a lot to say about how this all shakes out but it's going to be a different kind of a race with Michael Bloomberg in it with his virtually limitless resources and we'll have to see you know if if you can actually start winning some states and then it's anybody's ballgame today's okay
Writer AE Hotchner, friend to Hemingway, Newman, dead at 102
"Author and play right Erin Edward Hotchner has died at the age of one hundred two after service in World War two was a journalist in the U. S. Army Air Corps Hotchner became close friends with Ernest Hemingway writing is nineteen sixty six biography Papa Hemingway who's working also adapted for place in television later with another close friend and Westport Connecticut neighbor actor Paul Newman archer co founded Newman's own which donates all profits to charities they co wrote a memoir about the project called shameless exploitation in pursuit of the common good he also wrote bestselling biographies of Doris Day and Sophia Loren in a book about his childhood king of the hill later adapted into a Steven Soderbergh
"archer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"A picture of himself and he said do I look like archer and then someone responded under in which church that is very me if you were born after the nineties reference yeah that's that's very very good now Sierra Leone is nation has faced tremendous challenges over the past few decades to say the least it's been rocked by civil war and it was one of the countries hit hardest by the abode outbreak in two thousand fourteen today it remains one of the poorest countries in the world the two thousand and eighteen you and human development index ranked a hundred eighty one out of a hundred and eighty nine countries but despite all this when it comes to technology Sierra Leone is a place of real innovation as we are going to hear from our panelists and actually across West Africa emerging technologies are being used in some really fascinating and creative ways to tackle big nasty complex problems and not something that one of our listeners Nikki has been wondering about hi cried science I am the key from Oxford my question is what role can technology play in helping low income countries crazy inequality gap thanks Nikki so I want to hear from all of you actually about an area of technology the you'll particularly excited about in terms of how it's being used to close the inequality gap chica coming over the fence yes I'm very particular and passionate about this technology that's going to actually move with Africa closer to what we have in the developed world so we have studied and looking out problems that this particular to us and how we can tackle those problems using robots making him more about that later on definitely and Edmund how about you one example for that I have some experience in is use of drones for scoping urban environments and then at that school being can be use to develop the projects like building a roll of building a bridge or school and in the documents so you can attract the funding to get that done and finally David and I did that the others choose their own examples but I wanted to ask you actually about something specific because your dressing income inequality Hey in stereo and partly with this new digital identity system can you tell us a bit more about that show the greeters inequalities we have is around ten down any quality and then but in a row the inequality and we can use technology often because it that it doesn't matter where you I can be in the village of the city technology can unify us but more specifically in time south of financial inclusion for example one of the things that the government of Sierra Leone has been and Dustin and working closely with time as on are working to use a blockchain to expand financial inclusion in financial access so we are making about one million people who could prove the identity to potentially be able to use a blockchain so that they can have banks and financial institutions new with their customer right new with the I verified with the and extend financial services to them can you explain simply in a few words what looks chain is and how it's used to create this kind of digital out and see if people do you think about blockchain it's a set of blocks that are connected in the chain each block is increased Seth and that block has information from the previous blocks such that you cannot destroy aids you cannot undo what has been done because it's encrypted and and how do you think that having this kind of digital ID system is gonna help Sierra Leoneans and also help help the country as an economy as a whole financial inclusion in Sierra Leone is very low somewhere around between seventeen to twenty percent and what this does and.
"archer" Discussed on Serial Killers
"On may thirtieth nineteen fourteen amy archer gilligan murdered her latest victim at her nursing home in windsor connecticut she needed sixty one year old franklin andrews out of the way so she could give his room to to new perspective residents but franklin was relatively young and healthy when he died his sister nellie was both heartbroken and suspicious she interrogated amy about her brother's final days but none of amy's defensive answers made any sense nellie went to see her brother's corks she noticed he didn't look particularly hill he looked more like someone who had been murdered nellie took her story to clifton sherman a reporter at the hartford current he was intrigued by nelly suspicions about her brother's death by the spring of nineteen fourteen several reporters at the hartford current were investigating amy clinton sherman robert thayer and carlin gaza who had suspected amy of murder for years as sherman promise that the reporters of the hartford current would help investigate her brother's death amy was busy luring new victims into her home and june first amy sent a letter to the gaudi's apologizing for the delay in getting their room ready as usual she utilized her benevolent persona to justify herself amy wrote quote i was about to get your room ready and call you at once but one of our loved ones here was taken ill and i had to be with him you may know he needed me when i tell you he passed away with ulcers in his stomach he was very very dear to us and you must try to forgive me if i am causing you any unpleasantness and quote not only did amy murder franklin so the gowdy is could move into his room she used franklin's death as a way of manipulating the couple for sympathy on july fourteenth nineteen fourteen the goudy signed up for amy's one thousand dollar upfront payment plan around the time that the gowdy is moved into the archer home in the summer of nineteen fourteen the hartford current reporters decided it was time to take all the evidence that they had gathered to the police investigators were flabbergasted when the reporters told them their suspicions they believed amy had murdered at least forty people between nineteen o eight and nineteen fourteen the police weren't sure they believed the reporters but nevertheless they agreed to bring state attorney hugh alcorn onboard and launch at investigation in early december just five months after she moved into the archer home alice gowdy began suffering from the same symptoms that had felled so many of the home's residents her stomach ached her throat burned she was vomiting profusely but she had no fever instead of relying on dr king alice requested the assistance of dr thomson a man she'd known and trusted for years under thompson's watchful eye alison mmediately improved but the moment dr thompson left amy resumed serving alice poisoned lemonade and this time there was no chance to call dr alice died on december ninth nineteen fourteen but with this steph things were different amy had no idea she was being spied on zola bennett and undercover private investigator had been living in the archer home for weeks as part of the state's investigation into amy she obtained a room by posing as a wealthy friendless widow and when amy poisoned alice gowdy in december of nineteen fourteen zola was watching her every move zola continued her investigation into nineteen fifteen interviewing residents and looking into amy's financial documents for clues as to her motives but alcorn and the police needed more evidence than zola could provide if they really wanted to prove that amy was poisoning residence then they needed to examine the corpses of summer for victims and a longer the investigation took the more time it gave amy to kill her residents by the time alcorn received the approval he needed to zoom franklin andrews in may of nineteen sixteen several more residents of the archer home had died on may second nineteen sixteen the paperwork was finally in place that night state attorney hugh alcorn superintendent thomas egan a few police officers and the state pathologist dr arthur woolf went.
"archer" Discussed on Serial Killers
"In one thousand nine hundred seven amy archer gilligan opened her home for elderly residents in windsor connecticut she took everything her residence owned then poison them with arsenic to make room for fresh victims she was indicted for five murders after her arrest in nineteen sixteen and convicted for the murder of franklin andrews lucia suspected of murdering dozens and transforming her home into a murder factory amy was dangerous manipulative woman motivated only by greed and self interest as we discussed in last week's episode she demonstrated several hallmarks of antisocial personality disorder sometimes known as sociopath i vanessa's going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode please note vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but she's done a lot of research for the show thanks greg christine hammond a mental health counselor based in florida explains that sociopaths quote frequently wear a variety of masks and have the ability to be chameleon like in nature this allows them to make commitments which they have no intention of carrying out while actually doing the opposite their ability to deceive is so excellent that even when caught they're able to talk their way out of anything and quote this was certainly true of amy she did every thing she could to keep up her mask as a religious upstanding member of the community the archer home for elderly people and chronic invalids was a welcoming red brick building boarded by a white picket fence and amy took pains to portray herself as a devout big hearted woman eager to relieve the town of its burden of caring for their elderly and isolated family members amy's appearance only enhanced her grandmotherly persona when she opened the home in nineteen oh seven she was barely in her thirties but she appeared much older she was tiny at five with three and a bony one hundred and ten pounds to bulging wide set eyes stared out of her gaunt face her lips were thin and pursed she looked stern yet hardworking both her solemn appearance and serious religious demeanour convinced the townspeople of windsor that she was utterly devoted to her residence care she was so successful that no one much note as a dozen of her residence mysteriously passed away during the boarding homes i three years of operation but despite amy's best efforts to maintain her benevolent persona she began getting negative attention in one thousand nine after two of residents complained that she was abusing and the electing them sadly the kind of abuse amy's residents suffered isn't unique to her nursing home the archer home is merely one of the first in a long line of senior living facilities to cover up the neglect and abuse of their residents this troubling pattern of concealed elder abuse continues in nursing homes to this day the inspector general for the health and human services department didn't audit of a large number of cases involving alleged physical and sexual abuse of nursing home residents even though federal law says nursing homes must report it to police right away what they found was more than a quarter of the cases in the sample were not immediately reported there were no laws protecting amy's residents from her abuse but amy was sued in the winter of nineteen o nine over her treatment of elderly resident theresa mcclintock and she was forced to settle out of court for a substantial sum the lawsuit and ensuing negative publicity left amy feeling defensive and worried about money so in january of nineteen ten she killed her husband james after forging his signature on a new life insurance policy with a large payout amy of course was the sole beneficiary carlin gaselee a part time reporter for the hartford current became suspicious of amy after james's death in february of nineteen ten and spent the next year investigating any in june of nineteen eleven he uncovered that twenty four of amy's residents had died in the four years since she opened up her home horrified he reviewed amy's purchases at the local wh mason drugstore amy was buying large quantities of arsenic a stencil for killing rats but in reality she was mixing it into lemonade and killing her residence but gosling was fighting an uphill battle trying to convince the town that amy was murderer few intone believed that a saintly woman like amy was capable of killing her husband and when amy found out through town gossip that gaza was investigating her she did everything in her power to undermine him and turned the.
"archer" Discussed on Serial Killers
"By february nineteen ten amy archer gilligan had successively poisoned her husband james and taken over their business running a nursing home in windsor connecticut and amy easily convinced the homes resident physician dr king that james had died of natural causes he assuredly wrote bright's disease or kidney disease on james's death certificate but not everyone was convinced that james had died naturally the first two suspect amy if a potential murder was her friend carlin gaselee gosling was twentyfouryearold insurance salesman and part time reporter for the local newspaper the hartford current he was also a passionate amateur detective and the treasurer for a social club called the windsor rogue detecting society if anyone was going to sniff out a serial killer it was an aspiring detective like gaselee but believe it or not gosling started out as one of amy's strongest supporters he fully believed that amy archer was a kind hearted christian woman doing his town of windsor connecticut great service by running her home for the elderly he later remarked quote i thought she was a wonderful person and quote gaza liked amy so much that he even defended her after she was sued in december of nineteen o nine for neglecting theresa mcclintock but after amy's seemingly healthy husband james died suddenly on february second of nineteen ten gosling grew suspicious he began dan investigating amy in the spring of nineteen ten and asking townspeople about james steph it didn't take long for amy to find out through town gossip that gosling was investigating her she was furious at the betrayal of a former friend and prepared to do everything in her power to undermine gosselies investigation we've seen how vindictive and manipulative amy can be when angered and she stayed true to form amy soon launched a campaign to get revenge on ghazali by turning the town of windsor against him and ruining his reputation she came terrifyingly close to succeeding goslings daughter later noted quote many people in town thought that amy was a wonderful person and dad got many threatening phone calls they thought she was a very caring and philanthropic woman because she did so many nice things for windsor and quote but despite amy's attempts to assassinate goslings character he was still able to raise the suspicions of some of the people a few months after james archer's death in february of nineteen ten dr king wrote to a friend quote amy has been a victim of persecution as any number of people in town dislike or personally and have caused suspicions to be directed against her and quote goslings investigation may have created additional stress for amy and fuelled her murders or she may have simply been encouraged to keep killing after getting away with her husband's death just over a year later almost two dozen residents had died at the archer home and on may twenty fifth nineteen eleven amy picture latest victim hilton griffin an eighty one year old resident of the archer home passed away mysteriously any call dr howard king who quickly noted the cause of death as quote general debility and old age and quote amy had the body removed and bombed and buried as quickly as possible she sent flowers for the family and donated money to the church but she never sent flowers or donated money out of benevolence this was all part of amy's grandmotherly christian persona as amy's biographer m w phelps noted quote amy didn't just have a few supporters she worked hard to maintain her flawless image and quote amy may have also relished playing the role of the grieving caregiver according to criminology professor scott bon quote although most female serial killers murder for money or other profit some do it for the attention and sympathy they receive following the death of someone they cared for and quote the image amy crafted for herself worked at first no one noticed anything unusual about hilton griffin's demise until carlin gos lead took a closer look.
"archer" Discussed on 1A
"Day are actually i believe in the process of writing bob's burgers movie right now really as we speak yes you would make my millennium if you made an archer movie yeah and there's always been discussions of making archer movie and i i'm sure it's on the table and i'm sure adam read the creator of the show also writes all shows which is remarkable he's written i think every script for every season so i hate to saddle him with that but i i happy if he did it can i give you my suggestion for the archer movie no yes you can all right we'll go to the next question that's all right no no yes you can't i changed my mind well thank you my suggestion is you make it a live action movie cast actors who looked like the characters and you provide their voices i'm in so you do the voice of a real person who looks like sterling archer i'm offended only to the degree that every character in the show looks like themselves in real life except for just you so the whole cast would be would get that i should tyler in lucky gates amber nash and some guy h here yeah i'm sitting i'm sitting at home uriel i i'm sorry i didn't mean those bastards but they're good luck it's not mean to do that to you i swear i did not mean to do that to you would love to know how you think archer has has changed it looks like you guys keep trying different times different places is that kind of what we can expect going forward.
"archer" Discussed on No Huddle
"Catches the ball he may still be running uh since dropped the ball very similar to that uh so the operation as you well know doesn't fall just saw the quarterback or the coordinator guys around the quarterback i have to be able to make place certainly ryan missed a couple of throws in the game as well but it when you when you're not miss your misfiring uh it it falls on everybody in seoul everybody has to step up they did not do that today they did not play very well on offense dave archer game analysts falcons radio network is our guest in the nfl in tune in dave injuries can never be an excuse in professional sports but how much of the falcons missed desmond maturing find today in the secondary he added true was was probably uh something that they would help them what really you didn't get really beat up in the past game uh case kim did an excellent job i think the thing that you missed true more than anything else on nicon comment on this be an easy you didn't contests catches in so if you've got to started corners you got to come up and play tight you know this is a guy that wants to take the quickie throw they liked the quick and they like to throw the ball quickly ought to play action and we didn't really contest and he throws so he had clean shots as he hitched up in his in his drop was able to get the ball out as soon as he gets stuff that throw it supposed to hold onto now we pressured him a few times in the first half and he was able to escape and kind of may had through the ball away did some stuff like that when we did not do that at all the second half like what are your thirteen or fourteen or fifteen for 15 or some a secondhalf it was just that it was a cakewalk for in a lot of easy uncontested throws and true fought probably would have helped in that area there is always a fun loving again when you watch.
"archer" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers
"And he told me a store as it now as such tubing on one of write them give me some more sekome in other big story with aeroplanes about naronha and he suddenly told me the story about his wicket old woman who was the only on average five to ten thousand pounds of time from the biggest insurance companies in the well audits voters what into full story but when i got to the end i suddenly realised that got three endings so all three and then the publisher sort and said let's publishers ray let the public decide which one they like i'd i love that ad i absolutely love the idea i think that maybe in the future will see a sort of diy publishing industry where people considered submissive online what they would to what they think how stories to be well we older that i'm an air whenever i write read someone else's book no not whenever quite often i feel nine out of change that ending on it and i wonder if made us because that's my profession and that's what i do and it goes as he say he traveled all over the world and you can electing these stories are you doing it consciously are you saying people tell me your best or if i meet for example insurance fund the lord mayor of london i donna i done an auction for her fianna wolf and she invite him mary myself to dinner with a small group of people say thank you very kind of a and she sat me next to this leading insurance broker announced your question as i said i knew i'd only got one out with him i'd never see him again in my life so i said give me a story and he said what let me give you a store your i said come on yours is a profession where amazing things are happening and in your lifetime because of the top of it you will have seen some amazing things that you've never been able to write tell me and he told me two or three which has had with the big one the nine eleven and that sort of thing but they wouldn't have work for me.
"archer" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers
"He's very convincing there is absolutely no question that he has a passion and love of london he's clearly a very bright guy i think he's doing a very good job and if you were in charge right now is anything in particular you would well it's an interesting question because i'm not in charge right now and therefore it isn't my day today thinking i'm fascinated by writing i'm fascinated by the world i'm in i'm a currently got a book i heart of short stories so people quite often asked me questions and they assume that i'm still absolutely fascinated want to be math tomorrow would want to change things now i didn't quite happy writing known very logical aspiration battening a wonderful time i'm seventy savon let me have a rash lays uh if we could just look briefly at your child and the prison sentence hunting going into that must have been a a horrible shock to the system is a complete change of gear get it did not kill writing i wrote three books on uh well i was in prison and surprisingly on now i don't understand why they're still selling many in the legal fraternity tell me that they believe that your innocent in fact into the route phan teted now polls rubbish and i love it what a lovely story complete rubbish well let's let's move on and because one of the things that you'll prison ten inspired was a book of short stories in uh kassim nine tale lots of those stories actually kashmir yes find right from from that from that prison time say intensive writing she'll swiss because i know of course he iverson theater you've you've written than many different mediums the shortstory shift is that a difficult one to make while the big difference in a short story a novel in a novel i literally start off have i'm blaming lucky if i know four or five pages in a row with short story you've an near the beginning the middle in the end you can't write short story and not know the end if you don't at the end you'll be get to page thirty am residence carrying law going anywhere why did all right of you've got to know where you're going with a novel you haven't and you can work it out as you go along.
"archer" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers
"And i addressed it in that parliament on his behalf which is why he's so popular kazakhstan they love him in and got to know the kurdish people in like the kurdish people of followed the history ever since of couse balzani has just resigned and the whole kurdish independence movement looks like it's just fragmenting after that referendum it's now they seem further away from it the never well it's not just bas on his resignation which i haven't got to the bottom of yet talabani died a couple of weeks ago said the two people who had fought for an independent cut thon for all these years one dies in the other resigns or within a few days of each other the place will be in a mess because 'basanti and talabani were well clowns leaders they'd been litas in any country they'd been born in they were very remarkable people i i know mr designin it president sunny very well indeed and i know new president talabani a promise you if they'd been in england they they'd been trying to be prime minister klaus people so i mean that that the color they're the biggest nation without a state in the biggest nation on earth in population that don't have their own country what do you think will happen oh i didn't know the answer twenty years ago and i certainly don't know the answer now it's a mess you were selected by the conservative patty as candidate for the london maryland action of two thousand a temendous the exciting you had to withdraw him will come to that but i just wondered about esotique con the closest labor party he will conservative but if if you had to give them report card now ice her well.
"archer" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers
"People do like story tell us that of course because you now solvent again you were writing and you were able to return to politics yes margaret thatcher invited me to join as conservative party deputy chairman and working hours with her for eleven years which was a great privilege not always in government because she sadly came after government and i stayed working with her and an amazing experience that was an amazing privilege while we speaking in the week when the conservative party seems to be in a crisis and microphone in the defence xt his just resigned and i wonder what you will take on this earth don't have taken the sense that i've been out of politics for twenty years i have an interest in the sense i look very carefully from the outside both at the united states and indeed spain has been fascinating for me this week because i have a home in me okay so i don't have that handson come seventy seven so i walked from the outside in the case of michael fallon he's a friend i like an admire him i thought he was a good secretary of state liked by the forces and by politicians and i think it's very at ease the phrase hands on which chris fay haftsin in this kind of as it's been dumped sex the scandal but do you think this is about is this a generational thing that we have moved on and behavior that was acceptable back then pats when you in parliament is no longer something that people will let go i think there's a bit of vat i think it yes it is true that there was a different culture and a different attitude.
"archer" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers
"Complete what you want to achieve its always driving you every single day to do more and achieve more on for me in that at that time under slow politics offered me all latin all the energy and determination could be taken out on politics which is probably why in a way it's the most exciting profession in the world but at the same time nowadays it's one of the toughest emerald and we'll come onto the current government you'll first spell in parliament you stood up for some things way beyond your time in fact i mean at that time you you are advocating for free television licences for elderly people you are against museum entrance charging also voicing against restoring capital punishment i mean all things that are up a hotbutton issues now well i felt very strongly about them at the time i think the trouble with issues as you you fight for them and then twenty as later that just part of the fabric which has good for example i am fort for the prima jenetta bill that was my bill i voted into the house of lords so i'd ac i'd any you think you're ahead of your time at the time you just think it's the right thing to do and i would remind you if you're old enough the i was at the time of screaming lord sutch on screaming lord sutch declared twelve manifesto things and six of them are now the lower of this country and he was loft at antony wenche would ban was regularly loft at and many of the things he said would happen have happened during all of this time here in parliament of course running various businesses and then you had a financial crisis now tell us what happened what i very food invested on the advice of the vice president the bank of boston in london higher stupid of me if i'd done it nowadays at a got my money back because they wouldn't of dead face the publicity of advising someone finding it was fraudulent in those days they got away with it.