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"Can result and enforcement measures of violations are discovered. Representative Santiago's bill calls for mandatory face masks in a 14 day quarantine for folks who traveled to Massachusetts from states with elevated Cove in 19 cases. Chris Mama W B Z Boston's News Radio. It's now 12 31. Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, announcing a new pilot initiative to give people charged with crimes. More opportunity to have their criminal records sealed or expunged in order to have greater access to better jobs, housing and educational opportunities. Mayor Walsh in a statement, saying, no matter their past, we owe it to residents to provide legal services and job training programs to achieve a better future at 12 32 amid the ongoing feuds between President Trump and Dr Anthony Fauci and reports about it President commenting on the two's relationship, I get along with him very well. I like him personally. President Trump described his relationship with Dr Anthony Xiaoqi as very good. But then I don't always agree whether might as a result of those differences about you tell CBS News he is not appreciated at the White House. So if I were advising after months of speaking his mind and contradicting the president, even after some administration officials caught him out, did not change course during a talk Yesterday. Here it is. It's happened. You know your voice nightmare. The perfect storm, and that is CBS's We Zhang With that report, a statement is also out from Joe Biden and throwing his full support behind Dr Felt she's saying Quote the president's disgusting attempt to pass the buck by blaming the top infectious disease expert in the country is yet another horrible and revealing failure of leadership. As the tragic death toll continues to needlessly grow. It's 12 33 heading back to those roads with traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. She was Kevin. All right, Jim, watching troubles up to the north right now Up in Chelmsford. It's for 95 North found. You're all jammed up here. You gotta fully engulfed Car fire in the breakdown lane that Route 1 10 That's exit 34. Here in Chelmsford. Last check. All lanes are being blocked right now. So be careful. For 95 north pound in Chelmsford up by Route 1 10 You may want to seek an alternate route. If that's the way you're going right now. Farther north for 95. North bound. You got some slowdowns in the left lane Bridge Work here. Award Hill in behavioral downtown Storrow Drive eastbound slow into the left lane crash here at the Longfellow Bridge and over on Soldier's Field Road each found watch out for the right lane work at Western Avenue south of town. You got those heavy rain still coming down here along 1 95 between New Bedford and Wareham on over towards Route three. In Plymouth, slowing traffic down in those areas..
Free COVID-19 testing to begin in 8 hard-hit communities in the Boston area
"To get more people their testes. Starting Friday, people in Chelsea, Everett Fall River New Bedford, Lawrence Lin role and Marbro can get tested for covert 19 for free. And here's why Collectively, these communities make up approximately 9% of the Massachusetts population. I have seen 27% of the Commonwealth's positive tests in the past two weeks. Statewide positive test rate over the past two weeks is a little under 2%. But in these eight communities 8% of the test there have been positive. Governor Baker says the number of people getting tested in those places has dropped by 40% since the end of April. I get a test stopped. The spread initiative runs from July 10th Tow August 14th at the Statehouse. Suzanne Saz Bill W. B. C. Boston's news radio, the U. S has now passed three million covert 19 cases,
Free coronavirus testing offered in Roxbury, Boston
"And Roxbury there's free covert testing at a mobile center outside Hardaway residences on Washington Street it sponsored by the Center for Boston Elder Services and the Whittier Street Health Center. No insurance is needed if you can't make it within the next 40 minutes and need a test governor bigger also announced free testing sites to be open starting Friday for residents of Chelsea, Everett Fall River, Lawrence Lowell, Lin, Marlborough and New Bedford.
Preventing Pandemics with Genomic Epidemiology
"Hello and welcome to the a sixteen. Z podcast I'm Lauren Richardson. covid nineteen pandemic has increased visibility of scientists and the scientific process to the broader public suddenly scientists working on garage and Infectious Disease Dynamics have seen their public profiles expand rapidly. One such ientist is our special guest in this episode. Trevor Bedford an associate professor at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. An expert in genomic epidemiology he and his collaborators built neck strain, which shares real time interactive data visualizations to track the spread viruses to populations. A16 Z. Biodiesel team partner Judy Savitskaya. An I chat with trevor about how genomic. -demia. Can inform public health decisions, viral mutation and spillover from animals into humans, and what can be done now to prevent the next big pandemic. But first we discussed the shifts and scientific communication to pre prince, an open science it topic we will dig deeper into on future episodes while these pre publication and pre peer review, research articles speed the scientific process by sharing results early they can also lead to misinterpretation and misinformation. Everyone loves the alliteration of the promise and the peril of P- reprints, and I think this is the perfect use case of that we've seen a lot of work here reviewed, but out in the world, and making a huge difference for the positive and really driving the science and the public health decisions, but on the flip side were also seeing a pre prince go visit that ended up, really had their claims tempered, and so I'd like to talk to you about kind of your personal experience with this, and how you think about that balance between promise and peril. Yeah? This obviously been very challenging as a working scientists. phenomenally helpful for my own ability to do science, we look at how quickly the things move in. This reprints space, my own understanding the pandemic of Stars Cova to is perhaps a month ahead of where it would be if I was just to look at the jury, the literature where the peril comes in, and how that interacts with public understanding and media, and so forth so part of the issue. I think that we do have things that they land is a preprinted. It's frustrating when that is attached to a press release compared to something or the preprinted, really aimed at the scientists and scientific discussion, and it gets around the scientific community without needing. Needing to have a press release, you also have this issue where you'll be other papers that appear that are in period. You journals, but are bad. Papers are wrong. Like just as silly example, snake flu paper, asserting that somehow it came from snakes that appeared in period you'd article and then by having that period stamp those get run with even farther by by media as like. This is true because it's. It's peer reviewed when Peer Review doesn't actually mean truth, it's sort of a false stash of honor, and so in some ways actually kind of like. Like the fact that the pre prints are tasked with big warnings that we don't know is during, and that makes media perhaps take it with a grain of salt. The way that all paper should be, but it is. It is still a very challenging action and I think like you could probably say that on average see period paper. It is more likely to be true than pre. By the various is big enough that you can't just rely on that badge to to make that decision. Yeah, there on that. I am a big fan of reprints, but I see the much more as a tool for the scientific community and not as much. Wider dissemination exactly. I mean I do that myself where I basically don't pay attention to P- reprints in say the medical countermeasures because I don't know what's going on there. I really pay more attention to what's published in GM in Lancet and so forth whereas into viral evolution worlds EPI modeling I pay attention to P- reprints and published articles, and I don't really pay attention even where their published I can just pay attention to the Dow, underlying science, and I don't need to to rely on the kind of external validation of things kind of your own peer reviewers. But. You need to have the training to kind of hone that the censor to some extent. In the field that you're an expert, and of course, that's going to be very finely tuned, so you're ready to go. I liked that framing a lot, and this then goes just as much for twitter as goes for for Bio Archive. If we go back to twitter and January, there was amazing period where there is full like really open scientific discussion at an as we went forward, the scientists got very. Very popular on twitter and everyone's listening into these conversations, and it has made people more careful, so they don't speculate quite as much and have that open science twitter conversation be a little more careful and more grounded.
New York, New Jersey and Connecticut require travelers from states with high coronavirus rates to quarantine for two weeks
"Three northeastern WBBM states news have time just eleven pulled fifty up three the welcome on mat the markets for visitors Dow from down other six parts of forty the country three with the nasdaq climbing coronavirus is down two hundred cases and three New York and governor the S. Andrew and P. Cuomo down seventy people coming four in from states just ahead that of the new have business a high infection our we get rate more business news sponsored most quarantine by the village of Bedford for park fourteen you're silly separate days anti in state Cisco New Jersey stocks and are Connecticut under pressure imposing as the restrictions trump administration on travelers considers from places extending like some Texas tariffs Arizona and creating and new Florida ones on correspondent imported products Peter king from Europe is in and Orlando the UK Florida health apple officials is the focus say fifty of an five anti hundred trust new probe cases according to reported politico today are about the outlet fifteen reports hundred the more justice than a department record set and just a coalition four days of ago state attorneys the past general three weeks there's are only taking been one the first day with steps fewer of an than investigation a thousand new cases at issue is apple's governor Ron control DeSantis of rigidly its apps blame the store high numbers on some increased developers testing say but the now company's he says rules it's mostly are inconsistent younger people who and aren't lead to obeying higher prices safety and protocols fewer
Petition calls for statues of Dolly Parton to replace Confederate leaders in Tennessee
"The petition is circulating asking to have statues to Britney spears replace Confederate monuments across Louisiana the petition argues he would honor an actual Louisiana heroes and she's donated to numerous hurricane relief funds and in Tennessee local lawmakers are considering an idea to replace a statue of former KKK leader and Confederate soldier Nathan Bedford Forrest with the statue of singer Dolly Parton the creator of a petition on change dot org says history shouldn't be forgotten but we need not glamorize those who do not deserve our praise instead let us honor a true Tennessee hero Dolly Parton Jennifer Jones Lee
Taylor Swift Asks Tennessee to Take Down Its Racist Statues
"Activists calling for the removal of statues celebrating Confederate figures have an ally in Taylor swift course one Christopher Watson has more on the Taylor swift has added her voice to those calling for statues that she says quote celebrate racist historical figures to be taken down one such monuments the Tennessee residents singles out in her social media post is a natural area statue of Confederate general Nathan Bedford Forrest the first grand wizard of the Ku Klux Klan swift calls on state officials to remove that statue and others saying in part you can't change history but you can't change this
Man Missing For A Month Found Dead Inside Bedford VA Hospital in Boston
"A disturbing find at the Bedford VA hospital a body is found in the stairwell WBZ sherry small tells us the DA's office is investigating a man missing for a month is found dead in a stairwell at the Bedford VA hospital the sixty two year old last seen at the facility back on may eighth and reported missing a few days later Bedford police had initially search the building but didn't find him Middlesex DA Marian Ryan says the incident is very concerning what we know right now this appears to be a pretty tragic story someone goes missing is missing for five four are still weak and then is found right in the building where they should have had residents at the hospital say certain exits have been blocked off for months to prevent the spread of the corona virus they say they wonder if that's why no one found the ban until now the federal government runs a VA hospital the company care Thomas runs the housing complex Sherri small WBZ Boston news
Taylor Swift: ‘Makes Me Sick’ Monuments To ‘DESPICABLE’ Racists Are Still Standing
"Taylor swift generally not one to Wade into the world of politics until recently the multi Grammy winning star has been tweeting about Confederate monuments in her home state it's worth tweeting as a Tennessee and it makes me sick that they're a monument standing in our state that celebrate racist historical figures thanks American Nathan Bedford Forrest were despicable figures in our state's history and should be treated
Body of man, missing for five weeks, found in stairwell at Boston's Bedford VA Hospital
"What's happening the body of a missing man is found in the stairwell of VA hospital in Bedford WBZ sherry small has more on the investigation a sixty two year old resident of the VA campus in Bedford went missing for more than a month was found dead in a stairwell of the VA hospital on Friday that individual was located wearing what appears to be the same clothing that he was wearing when last seen on eighty eight in a stairwell in the building until six county district attorney Marian Ryan says how the man's body was overlooked this long and the manner of death are all part of the investigation well I basically waiting on the tops of the chief medical examiner and is well we'll be conducting an investigation around how the individual went missing back in may what steps were taken the federal government runs the VA hospital the company carriage house runs the housing
Manfred says '100%' chance of MLB season, new proposal soon
"The baseball draft is normally forty rounds this year for cost cutting reasons five rounds got underway Wednesday with the first round of the Mets at the nineteenth overall pick the Yankees twenty eighth in the mess left at a high school outfielder out of California row Armstrong left handed hitting lefthanded throwing the outfielder out of Harvard Westlake high school which is also produced major leaguers Max freed Lucas G. lido and Jack Flaherty the Yankees with their pick to the left handed hitting catcher out of the university of Arizona Boston well and at the very top of the draft with the first pick in the twenty twenty MLB draft the Detroit Tigers select Spencer Torkelson a third basemen from Arizona State University rob Manfred made that announcement on MLB network Torkelson announced as a third baseman he played first base at Arizona state but the Tigers do plan on using him at third Manford said earlier on Wednesday there is a one hundred percent chance there will be a major league baseball season in twenty twenty Bedford knows that the support can impose a fifty game season if the two sides can't come to an agreement on salaries and the number of games to be played with whatever plans he says to offer proposal later this week that moves in the player's
$159M Contract to Help Expand Boston Commuter Rail Service
"The MBTA has big plans over the next four years to build up the commuter rail along the south coast and those plans are wheels in motion WBZ Jim McKay with more MBTA is awarding a nearly one hundred and sixty million dollar contract to construction group Skanska D. W. Y. J. V. as they will begin to phase one of their on going south coast rail project they're hoping by twenty twenty three they will have two new commuter rail stations completed in fall river in Freetown also to layover stations for trains and thirty seven miles of track either replaced a reconstructed the south coast rail project has a larger twenty thirty target date for phase two and when all is said and done there will be six new commuter rail stations a fall river and new Bedford branch on the M. B. T. a map and full blown commuter rail service across the south
Researcher 'on verge of very significant' coronavirus findings shot to death
"The headline from the Daily Mail mystery as Chinese corona virus researcher at university of Pittsburgh Medical Center is killed in murder suicide wall on the verge of significant findings all right turn that off list of this his name is doctor Lou being not Lou L. I. U. he was at his home when another man identified as how good Gee you entered the residence and unlock the door and open fire so this researcher at university of Pittsburgh Medical Center who is supposedly on the verge of very significant findings quote unquote related to corona virus was killed and then this guy do G. U. I hope I'm pronouncing it properly then killed himself the guy's wife doctor Lou's wife was not home at the time so this guy G. U. do you preventions G. U. R. walked in shoot Dr Liu dad goes back to his car which is a football field away and turns the gun on himself I'm not a conspiratorial guy I'm not I am not according to a statement from the university Bedford Medical Center stumping takes on systems biology department being was on the verge of making very significant findings toward understanding the cellular mechanisms that underlie coronavirus infection and the cellular basis of the following complications we'll make an effort to complete what he started in an effort to pay homage to a scientific
"bedford" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Bedford and I agreed it matters where you get your news WBZ news radio sunny and sixty degrees in Boston at five o'clock that evening I'm Suzanne saws bill here's what's happening we're waiting on president trump to speak to the media about the day his daily coronavirus briefing but first signs of hope and signs of concern the latest on the corona virus pandemic from ABC news New York governor Andrew Cuomo reporting the hospitalization rate in his state is down if the data holds and if this trend holds we are past the high point and all indications at this point are we that we are on the descent president trump looking to get the nation's economy restarted after the coronavirus shut down but some states fearing a resurgence of the virus Washington state among the first hit governor Jay Inslee there on ABC's this week saying he would entertain a re opening until there's evidence it's safe we need the same capability when you do have symptoms to get you tested in isolated as appropriate so we need to get those numbers down to be in that that really re opening staging contact tracing stage treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin telling reporters outside of the White House today that he's hopeful a bipartisan deal to provide more aid to small businesses will be struck today Dave Packer ABC news new numbers out this afternoon put the cases of coronavirus in Massachusetts at thirty eight thousand seventy seven there are more than one hundred fifty new deaths reported since yesterday bringing the death toll in the bay state to one thousand seven hundred six nationwide there are more than thirty five thousand deaths and nearly seven hundred thousand cases of coronavirus reported the city of Boston begins employing a new tactic today to get more citizens on board in the fight against the pandemic C. connect as a good Massimo cable put their lead over to increase oil as one of just seven languages in which fosters residents are reminded how to help stop the spread of a virus this claim with a hundred and twenty lives in their city in just over a month that message being delivered over loudspeakers attached public works trucks the reading into the neighborhoods hardest hit by the epidemic Dorchester Hyde Park east Roxbury Mattapan residents reminded to practice social distancing keep their faces covered in public and wash their hands often they're also given ways they can get more information from the city information is a key weapon in this war against the cold pandemic mayor Walsh's open this new tactical better deploy that weapon across the city can be old WBZ Boston news radio Brockton is laying out stricter rules to slow the spread of the virus WBZ's Kevin Coleman has that Brockton mayor Robert Sullivan joins cities like wind and issuing stricter emergency procedures to slow the spread of Corbett nineteen a curfew was put in place from nine PM to six AM except for essential workers all social gatherings are canceled masks must be worn in public at all times and activities such as contact sports must be avoided the mayor is attaching a one thousand dollar fine for violators Kevin Coleman WBZ Boston news radio coming up on WBZ a shooting rampage not in the U. S. but in Canada will have that in just a couple minutes first it's five oh three traffic and weather together the super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes what's going on David tell me go to the expressway both directions wide open between Braintree and Boston but a ten minute ride getting into town route three trouble free along the south shore forty minutes from Braintree down of the Sagamore which are rich twenty four ninety five are good to go to and from Rhode Island Lauren one twenty.
"bedford" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Bedford and I heart radio station it matters where you get your news WBZ news radio thirty two degrees in Boston at twelve o'clock good afternoon I'm Madison Rogers and here's what's happening another day of fear driven volatility on Wall Street for the third time this month circuit breakers breakers halted trading on the New York Stock Exchange within minutes of the opening bell to help slow down the sell off trading a sense resume but right now the Dow is down one moment right now the Dow is down one thousand six hundred and seventy five points will have a complete rundown of what's happening on Wall Street in just a few minutes with Bloomberg business here in Massachusetts daily life is changing dramatically as the corona virus pandemic continues yesterday Boston mayor Marty Walsh issued a public health emergency for the city placing guidelines on bars and restaurants discouraging crowds and stressing the importance of social distancing hours later governor Charlie Baker took the measures further for the whole Commonwealth starting tomorrow and through April sixth all public schools in Massachusetts will be closed for at least three weeks restaurants can only serve food to go bars that don't serve food or shut down and only twenty five people can gather in one place which is the tenth of the previous limit but there are exceptions this order doesn't apply to grocery stores or pharmacies this is about bars and restaurants in those places that people do not absolutely have to go other places where the twenty five person limit doesn't apply include airports bus and train stations medical facilities polling locations and retail stores again these measures in place until April sixth until then governor Baker encourages people if at all possible to stay at home with your immediate family and say six feet away from others in any social settings for your neighbors your friends and your families a friendly check in can go a long way right now to helping someone through their day the state also announced twenty six new cases of the virus yesterday bringing the total count of Massachusetts to one hundred and sixty four Rhode Island also holding dine in services at restaurants but ban takes effect tomorrow continuing at least through the end of the month limits on crowd levels are coming in on a local state and federal level the CDC says no gatherings of fifty plus people for the next two months this is a recommendation not a policy the latest numbers for the U. S. are almost thirty five hundred cases in forty nine states with sixty five deaths today's the last day for students in Boston together there but ings before classrooms close down for more than a month WBZ's Chris pharma the Boston public schools remain open today come tomorrow they shut down all of the likely until April twenty seventh a duration of time which presents challenges to educators who planned to provide learning materials to students throughout the hiatus access to that information isn't available to everyone but the city is working on it mayor Marty Walsh time access to devices into internet is an issue for many of our students and their families we are working with the internet providers right now on free and low cost service.
Ex-FDA chief: "Wuhan-style outbreak" in NYC would overwhelm the system
"Hospitals are trying to plan for the future here how are they positioned are there enough medical supplies not if we have the will hunt style outbreak in a major city of multiple cities which is my concern that we can have outbreaks and that proportion multiple U. S. cities if you look at Wuhan Wuhan style I think the numbers that we are seeing and have seen in China right in any major U. S. cities remember the woman was at the size of New York City at the peak of that epidemic they hospitalized about twenty thousand people ten thousand were in serious to critical condition and two thousand were intubated to give you a basis of comparison New York state the entire state has fifty thousand hospital beds in about three thousand critical care beds and about twenty thousand those beds are in New York City so if we have a Wuhan style outbreak in New York City that's going to overwhelm the system so they need to be building surge capacity right now in anticipation of that possibility now there's ways to avert it but that's the risk that we face right now tens of thousands well certain we'll have to we'll certainly have tens of thousands of cases in the U. S. hopefully we won't hit hundreds of thousands of cases but right now if you look at some of the good research out of the Hutch by Trevor Bedford and others there and they're saying that there's probably ten to forty thousand cases right now distributed across U. S. I think the risk that we have in the U. S. is we're a much more mobile population China was able to confine our out there camping Demichelis RC to Wuhan the risk here is that we have multiple cities that are seated right now and so we'll have multiple ones that's the bad case scenario multiple Wuhan's is an incredible thing to say the Pentagon came out and put travel restrictions on U. S. troops traveling domestically they can do something like that do you expect to see other government agencies and should Americans be expected to essentially be on lockdown look there's no question the steps we're taking right now it is changing the course of this epidemic we're already impacting this but I think we need to do much more and so think steps like banning government employees from non essential travel or state employees that will have an additional impact we need to be doing all of these things leaning very hard into that's the best case scenario is we look back a month from now and we set ourselves well we over reacted you want to be in a position doctor felt she made this point as well you want to be in a position to say we we we overreacted it wasn't as bad as we thought it was going to be but this is a once in A. generation pathogen we have never seen anything like this before in modern times this is going to this is going to be historic right now so should cities like Seattle and newer shall that are hot spots be on lockdown and I don't think we can car to your city and lock it down and deny people their liberty in this country I think what we can do is slow economic activity to a point where people have no place to go if you close the theories and close the restaurant she close large gatherings you tell people not to have dinner parties you tell businesses have nonessential workers telework people stay home there's no place to go I think that's the solution the United States not to not to put a city on lockdown I don't think we're going to get there we might I hope not is this is what New York state doing a model for the rest of the kind I think Andrew Cuomo's been leading very far ahead I think he's been very aggressive in doing a good job I'm concerned that the city has a close public schools private schools are closed public schools are not yeah and you do start to worry that people's ability to protect themselves gonna break along socioeconomic lines with lower income Americans will not have the same opportunities that middle wage and high wage earners will because they can telework they said it is a private school there in suburban districts are closed that's got to be a
New York: Brooklyn Water Main Break Causes Subway Delays
"Also following this morning for you a suspension and subway service on the L. train between Brooklyn a Manhattan there's a water main break Bedford Avenue in Williamsburg and so the L. is running in two sections between first and myrtle Avenue and in Manhattan between eighth Avenue and First Avenue as they work on fixing that water main break Williamsburg
North Texas Music Teacher Arrested, Charged With Indecency With A Child
"Some music teacher itself you will sell a mentoring schools been charged with indecency with a child the charge against fifty five year old Jeffrey Brooks stems from two thousand five and involves a then eight year old girl a grapevine faith Christian school Brooks turned himself in he's been placed released on bail the Hurst Euless Bedford school district is placed Brooks on paid leave the fourteen year old charge against him as a second degree felony was brought late last year by the alleged victim who was of course now an adult she says she and Brooks were alone in the classroom when the molestation
Gender Bias Reveals Consequences For Female Artists
"Okay for music to art. How many feet famous female artists can you name? No not beyond say or Riana artists like Frida Kahlo and Mary Cassatt. If you're having trouble thinking of more than a handful you may be onto a major problem in the art world. We've been artists are routinely left out of museum exhibits and the work is on average valued much less less than that of their meal. Peers Selley herships and Cardiff Garcia from our daily economics. podcast the indicator from planet money. How that story there was this? This artist named Joan Mitchell. She was an abstract expressionist. She died in the nineteen nineties but she painted a lot. Joan Mitchell was hugely successful and to our world insiders. She's a big deal. But if you're thinking I've never heard of her you would not be alone. KRISTA LATCHFORD IS CEO of the Joan Mitchell Foundation. She's doing remarkably well at auction. The prices are very high but are they. High in relative to Jackson pollock no way are they high relative to Kooning nope paintings by the KOONING and pollock have gone for sixty to one hundred sixty million dollars. KRISTA says there is no record of Joan Mitchell getting. We're close to that kind of money for her work. which brings us to a big part of the reason that people have trouble naming famous women? Artists Artwork by women and men is just valued differently. Rene teaches finance at Oxford and she and some of her colleagues did an experiment. They picked paintings at random and they showed them to viewers. There's and ask them to guess if the artist was a man or a woman on average the Experiment subjects couldn't guess it was painted by man or woman. Renee says it is practically impossible to look at painting and figure out the gender of the artist but she says if the subjects guessed that the painting was painted by a woman they like the painting less renee looked millions of records from auction sales and she found out that on average work by women. Artists sells for forty percent less than work by male artists and because art by women is valued for less museums by less of it and that is how less artwork by women ends up on display in museums. Ziems at the Baltimore Museum of art only four percent of the collection is women artists. The problem is the same major museums around the country. Christopher Bedford heard the museum's director he says that's why next year any new artwork. The museum buys will be by women the various different filters that we put in place to consider acquisitions nations and have always had them. Placed considerable additions and that system comes together in various different forms specific to the museum to filter the history of art and to include or exclude. Unfortunately in the case of women artists often museums have been excluding. KRISTA says anyone who's buying art museums included has to be careful of what's called the superstar effect sales of female artists represent just the tiniest slice just two percent of the market but of the two percent. Forty forty percent is five women. That's what can happen with the superstar. Effect a tiny number of artists. Become like Tokens or symbols and art buyers or museums ziems or individuals. Feel like they've bought something by a lady and so they feel like they don't have to do anything else but then museums can essentially say okay. I've done my female show will move back to our normal Sally herships Cardiff Garcia N._p._R..
Man, woman arrested in connection with deadly Fall River stabbing
"A man and a woman in court yesterday and connection to a deadly stabbing in fall river over the weekend police say George Vera was down to death in the parking lot of a housing complex Saturday morning Nathan Silva of new Bedford was arrested Saturday night at a motel in Seekonk and charged with murder fear is mother spoke to NBC ten it would do that yeah also arrested Saturday still his ex girlfriend Jessica Breaux FIA fall river who is charged with being an accessory to murder after the
1 Dead After Stabbing In Fall River, Man And Woman Arrested
"A man and a woman are due in court today on charges related to a deadly stabbing in fall river police say Jorge Vieira was stabbed to death in the parking lot of a housing complex Saturday morning Nathan Silva of new Bedford was arrested Saturday night at a motel in Seekonk and charged with murder also arrested Saturday Jessica Breaux fee of fall river who is charge of being an accessory to murder after the
"bedford" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"With tea in the afternoon people. When when we're I've done it as a tourist like I've done it in London because the kids think it's I mean it's just a if you're a kid you know what would be better than weird little sandwiches and then a bunch of like 'cause they serve it on a multilevel trae which is fun? It's cute and you go to any of these nice places and it is one hundred percent tourists. Now it's that's who's eating. That's he wants to have not as Americans and Emirati Maradas and Russians in in London. The first time I realized I liked sandwiches I think was as a result of T- what as a kid Sandwiches for lunch though. I was a picky eater the only sandwiches I would eat. Were a plane hamburgers or grilled cheese sandwiches but I had never had a ham and cheese sandwich are roast beef and cheese sandwich and I was at your French dip line like at ten years old. Yeah I was at some events. That was some kind of like party at a like a women's Garden Club. And they had those little multi-tiered trays with little sandwiches with the cross. Russ cutoff and I ate one. That was I think Turkey cheese lettuce and mayonnaise and I thought I had never tasted tastes. Something so good old. We're in the story ten. Probably I'd after that I was like sandwiches. I'm going to call it the Roderick. I ended it. Get me get to me. I'll sandwich and I've loved every kind of sandwich ever since I can name every sandwich I mean. I'm not in love with the idea of afternoon tea. I mean to me. It seems like a meal where if it didn't exist you wouldn't invent it like I ate at. I mean if you're not on your weird clock I ate something one. I'm going to eat something at six if I eat high if I eat three little sandwiches and three little pastries at four o'clock three little birds. I'm not GonNa what three three calling birds and I'm not GonNa want dinner into our but what if you have lunch at noon and dinner at seven thirty. Yeah I mean if you're I mean I remember living in Spain and watching people start heading down to the restaurants plazas at ten. PM At night thinking this is for me this. This is great. Yeah and I guess that's true if I wasn't so maybe this is perfect for an on breakfast person like me get up and eat something light and breakfast like around noon. I mean get up at a normal time but not eating till noon. Whatever you call normal shirt eat at noon? Have your high tea. Have Your clotted cream on scones. Four and then have dinner late. Your breakfast would be pushing everything up for hours to hotdogs. Burgers would not be on and then at At T- you have to doughnuts and then you take a long nap and then you wake up at nine time. And then at ten o'clock you have four pounds of LASAGNA. And then two in the morning you have a big bowl of ice cream. This doesn't I've seen that health and then you go dancing like you should not be eating doughnuts when you could have a bunch of little cucumber sandwiches. But I mean what if I slice the donuts put cucumbers in them. It's a huge difference but across the Atlantic is the degree to which a t and breaks for tea and scheduling around T. R. Just foundational to the British people. Now like no matter where you work like coffee break served in the US. But it's just it's a way of speaking it's like you know. What did you do on your call? I went to the restroom. I went to the drugstore. I check my email whereas in Britain there is a tea tray the tea break and the tea trolley. He might come in with with with things during the during the World War One. It was kind of It's actually kind of a government program People were this age of efficiency and people were very worried about the munitions industry being affected by the industrial fatigue of of people having to make bombs all day and so a Bristol physiology professor named Af. Stanley can't was unless Notaro and I just he's he's a professor af area diet af he's dispatched these factories to make to see what they can do and he says oh you need to give the workers the tea break and and of course the factory owners as you might recall from the Mother Jones Entry said Ma. No actually we are not going to do that. We're going to just make them work instead. And he said No. Productivity activity will go up and they said No. We'll be the judge of that and he said no his Majesty's government will be the judge of that how you're getting shut down unless plus you give tea breaks like you want to lose your your military contracts you need to give breaks and so you know under the auspices of this kind of efficiency thinking and the crown tea breaks became just the defacto standard in British workplaces did productivity improve. I think did AF Stanley Kent's numbers. I'm I'M NOT PREPARED AF improves if I have a little tea break. I think it's really bad for my productivity to have. I do too many people who do the small meal. They'll just like it's better to you. Need to eat eight small meals sales a day. That's what the body wants. I do it and then I eight. Four thousand calories worth the Spaghetti at eleven pm but what if you were speaking to to sea sea creatures. Who are filtering Krill into their baleen constantly? I mean I don't even know what it means to stop eating or maybe an ant colony develops a singular intelligence. It's and they're like. Oh that's all we do all days. He you know. Carry tiny bits of sugar back to the Queen. Part of my organism is always eating all the time I mean. That's true of me. Part of my organism is always eating always eating. That's why the doughy the doughy self you see before I mean part of my organisms always eating. It's hard out. And that concludes the Duchess of Bedford. Entry Three eight three DOT P R two three zero one certificate number four eight four nine four eight four seven nine. In the future links we have no idea civilization to hugh arch back. You are very sleepy right now. He's not John's not just doing whatever that was a doctor. John Impression some very st too sleepy to enunciate enunciate in the unlikely event is social media. SCILLIES y'all placing y'all facebook twitter and instagram all Omnibus.
"bedford" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"And enter omnibus at checkout meet certain com slash omnibus interim Nimbus to save thirty dollars. Not Very long ago I was at some event and I walked up to somebody. Came over to me and I was like. Hey I knew the person and I was like. How's it going? He said gray you know. Just do you just working as a publicist at this event and I was like. How are you doing that? You're working in publicity event. He was like the entire time. I've known you twelve twelve years. I'm the official publicist of this event. And I was like of course I had the thing about heads up. Displays is like when we have a little chip in front of our retina or whatever the the person will appear in it will not only say his name. It'll be like you've already asked him where he works. You know you. You've met his kids once. Here's what he does let me replay for you. The scene gene just briefly the last time you saw one another so you can recall it. And we'll all become hyper aware this little I flick. That people do when they meet you when he's like Oh he's he's you're eating now. He's remembering my wikipedia so while she's in service to Queen Victoria doing these kind of assistant tasks Duchess Duchess not just Bedford does to newsworthy things. Otherwise total footnote in history. Basically one of Queen. Victoria's many quarter forty year ladies in waiting and a sister-in-law to prime minister. That's not not to get into the history books but she does do to kind of interesting things. The first one which is a bit of an aside. But I don't want to skip it because it's A little bit juicy is because she is near the center of the Flora Hastings Affair Royal Intrigues. You don't watch Downton Abbey. Flora hit so early in Queen. Victoria's even before flora hastings was a lady in waiting to the Duchess of Kent Queen. Victoria's his mother th the equivalent of the Queen Mum at the time and this was a time when the Duchess of Kent Victoria's mother and her head no varian. Uncles holds her the strict Germans that are always around the palace are there Indulging in something called wist in addition to the Kensington System which is what they called their genius idea whereby they would keep Queen Victoria from knowing the future Queen Victoria and then in her early years crematory from knowing anything that was going on so they could pretty much run Britain as factor regions on her behalf. This was the Kensington System. They had a name for their kind of semi legal. Maybe there's a name for today. The thing that keeps the wrong paper off trump's desk or whatever you know wow the maddest system or whatever This was going to backfire on them when she became the longest reigning Queen in history. And what you have to remember is they didn't know that right. Nobody was like. Why are you doing that to to Queen Victoria? She's not critic Toria yet. But it's it's basically a huge conspiracy. Don't let her know anything. That's going on and Victoria knows and she's pissed and and she knows that her own mom is on it because you know the Queen. Mum has nothing to do. She's out the door once the once the takes the throne right. So why not so bombs interest to keep the uncles holding the reins because then she's got some hold on power And so there's a courtier named John Conroy. That Victoria hates because he was complicit with her mother and uncles in the Kensington system and later on in eighteen thirty. Nine when Victoria is Queen A Lady Flora Haste. So she at this point Queen Victoria has kept her mom and the whole former Kensington apparatus as far away from London as possible they basically been exiled to far corners of the realm where they can have little influence on palace affairs But one of the Duchess of Kent the Queen. Mother's ladies in waiting is a woman named flora hastings who begins to experience abdominal pain and swelling in eighteen. Thirty nine boy. I know what this means in eighteen thirty nine when she well. If you've ever seen a woman clutch your stomach and women movie who costs is GonNa die. Okay how women in a movie looks a little queasy has going to have a baby. Oh I see. And that's what was going on. Then she visited when she went for hastings visited the royal physician. He I was like well. I can give you an examination and she was like nope. And so everybody in the Palestine saying Lady Four Flora is not married. Lady floor is pregnant and and she still has enemies leftover from this from the Kensington system and one of them is the Duchess of Bedford. Not The main one. But the Baroness Lesin Lesin. which kind of seems like a fake lady-in-waiting from some kind of Victorian Erotica Baroness Lesson swung wand into the room baroness lesson wearing only? We'll leave it there. Only fourteen petticoats attracted the eye of every suitor our and our character the Duchess of Bedford begin to circulate rumors. To the effect that flora hastings is pregnant with John. Conroy's Roy's baby and is the Duchess of Bedford. Working on behalf of Victoria. To discredit John Conroy. By making him the the The what would you call it the seducer the father. It's certainly flatters the queen and reinforces her her prejudices Regis's and interests if the father is John Conroy. Right so of course. That's the kind of thing you tell the queen everyone's whispering about because you know if the queen here's here's the palace discuss from you. That's that's a point in your favorite right and unfortunately in this case this this has a unhappy ending. The Queen is writing in her journal. That her enemies Conroy and flora hastings are having a baby. And how can she use this and Lady Flora even has to write an open letter to the examiner. Saying I have heard the scandalous rumors about me. And a certain foreign lady has been speaking baroness. Clausen was Russian descent maybe course anyway lady flora months later the steps symptoms are not getting better. She does consent during examination and it turns out she has a Advanced cancer deliver. Oh No it's it's. It's a huge tumor and this became less funny all of a sudden. Yeah and Queen Victoria realizes it's become less funny and Queen. Victoria feels awful and goes to visit Lady Flora. But it's by then it's June. She's on her deathbed. Clearly aided and Victoria tries to make amends but Floor as things dies and I think Victoria's haunted by it for the rest of her life that that she spoke of the dying gleefully so that's one of the things the Duchess of Bedford gave to To Britain was guilty conscience clean included with tourists right for decades. So anyway that's why she sparked the Boer War. Yeah I think you can all trace it back to this moment. But the other thing that she gave a was getting back to mealtime happened. In the eighteen forties when she was visiting the Duke of Rutland at Belvoir Castle in Leicestershire now t we had been introduced to Europe surprisingly recently late seventeenth century. It's not true. King Charles. The second of Portugal married earn. Sorry King Charles. Second in an England married Catherine of Braganza a Portuguese Queen and I guess Portugal had early access to all this African and and the new world stuff right because they had all the early navigators and explorers. But it didn't come to England until Charles. The second married a Portuguese woman who is like No. No no I've got my my hot leaf water. This is what is done the best people now. This was not connected to any kind of coffee boycott or coffee. Coffee Scandal the T.. Predates the coffee offie in Europe read. The copy would have had to come from. Brazil coffees a new world. Plant the T.. Could Ki came from India and I had always been known constantinople into Rome but the trade of it depended on these new Portuguese trade routes of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. So you know T- became just from some this unknown thing that you would put leaves in hot water and and get a little pick me up became became very quickly. Went from just totally exotic weird thing to a novelty to fad to Basically today what. It is the basis of British culture. such as it is t t you must have your started started the revolution the minute men were already on the move. They they needed. They needed their T.. Just as they were British subjects at the time that messed with tea was a big deal and I don't think it's an accident that that was the particular bit of foreign policy and taxation policy that really stuck in the columnist crowd because in just one hundred years it went from the hot new thing at court. Catherine of Braganza had brought from Portugal to Just a staple of of British life and sociality. And of course in Victoria's era when it it's a symbol of her empire the right the universality of it she she from our east-meets-west yes and from our team from our bustling and affluent tea plantations in India and all these other benighted parts of the world that we've brought what God and Queen and country to it's a symbol of British Dominion over Asia over the seas so for the last past century Hundred Fifty Years T. is slowly been catching on. But that's t the beverage t t never really spoken of much as a meal. I mean oh I see having tea meaning t and t that means you know you might be drinking a cup of tea in addition to what you're doing but not having a repast in the afternoon it's not part of and it's not part of the day you know there's not there's not a time I even right. Even though he is being drunk but in the eighteen forties while visiting Leicestershire. It appears that Anna Maria Stanhope the Duchess of Bedford is going through a hard time. Maybe she's still feel some guilt over her treatment of Lady Flora Hastings if I don't know but her descriptions of the visit make it seem like it's about as dreary Downton Abbey trailer languish. She describes a sinking feeling. That comes over every afternoon soon which you know in our modern language you might recognize possibly something that she should talked with therapist about right because she depressed. Although in our modern language you are completely deep forbidden from having sympathy for rich people so oh you have a sinking feeling. Maybe you should just go ride your Polo ponies and count your tr's so she's sitting up. Having on we rich people on on our. She's got a bad case of our you and as a result she needs something to break up these long lonely after they eat. They eat supper there late right. She should try eating eating gems. Like I do this. But then she wouldn't have her gems anymore. Oh under can you. Can you always just keep eating and excreting gems as far as I mean every time in gem a little one hundred appears over my head so she starts inviting some of the ladies up to her chambers where they have darjeeling in t- The the drink that's universally accepted as what the rich ladies drink but she's also she's also a little peckish because supper is served much later than her customer at the Duke's Castle and so she also serves some little cakes some little sandwiches to a small circle of friends across cutoff. PETTIFOR right and of course. This is no surprise to any of us who know the custom of English afternoon tea. That's exactly what brand butter little sandwiches little pastries. He's a pot of tea but this didn't exist at the time notice this was a revolution. She's just kind of inventing the person we all know who's he's like. Guess what I have a friend like this. We're going to have. We're going to cook food from all the countries of the world in order this week. This month is Afghanistan month anti next month to your house and we're having Albanian food than food and June. I imagined it was one event all the countries in order and I was like how do you order. The country is is by there's one hundred tables here you know people like this. You always have some idea. It's going to be so fun. We're GONNA work through every coupon in this book and we're GonNa go to every restaurant on Capitol Hill Medical Order. Or here's a fun new thing. We're doing a book club. But we're GONNA read only books that are out of print or I told you this exhausted when my mom moved of just Seattle she she found a phone book. Ripped the white pages ripped the page out that had the every church in Seattle and began at the top and went to a service to just mazer plan. I'm going to go to a service. That every church in Seattle and she did she did she get she went all the way she's she's we spent She's been to a few hours every single denomination in town she should. I should write a book like because that's the trend in for a while. It was the trend in publishing to do these kinds of things. Eight McDonald's hamburger every day for a year or so. This is kind of fun little novel afternoon. Thing that the smart people do and it really catches on everyone who's done this is like yeah. I mean if you have the choice of not eating little sandwiches pastries at four or eating little sandwiches and pastries at four for your totally going to eat it. Didn't we do this all the whole time ever. Have you ever had a traditional English. Heidi yeah afternoon tea. Yeah Yeah I mean. I've never we're done a tavern on the green but.
"bedford" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"History. You don't have to burn fifty candle lunch for you know for working. Men is a quick quick. The whistle blows and you can eat out of your little Pale or you can run to this. The canteens and cafeterias that have appeared New Your factory for middle to upper class people. It's the province of women. The idea that lunches on elaborate meal is becomes kind of an effeminate. AC Sure A.. T. Right if not doesn't doesn't exist yet. How many minutes are we realized? We haven't even mentioned the Duchess of Bedford Twenty six minutes. This is good. We should mention the Duchess of Bedford. Sure I mean so a couple. Oh meals have been invented since the industrial revolution. You mentioned Brunch. Yep The purpose of Brunch then as now was for drunk people people who have had too much to drink. Thank God God for us. A British writer named Guy Barringer and hunters weekly is is a is an anti docent John Roderick type. WHO's reasoning? WHO's been out late and he's no longer are wake up hungover because you've turned over a new leaf or I'm perennially perpetually depending Pentagon look at it? Did you get your ten year hangover chip. I used to enjoy being hung over but I was one of those people over. I mean it just intensifies. I don't WanNa know what kind of slows you down. Kinda got a little bit of a fog on everything. But it's sort of jovial fog. This was true for me. I think a lot of people have terrible headaches and they feel awful but I was just like a little drunk. Still Burba Durga Dir. I I was. I was a happy drunk. It's your it's your it's your. We'd have wake up and have a relaxing foggy morning kinda role role in get a cup of coffee. Have a little bit of cookie or something. Everything just seems kind of funny guy. Barringer knowing that he and his smart set of friends are not going to be up for for breakfast. Thinks you should be able to have a breakfast food. Maybe with a little hair of the dog in the late morning sure and he the name is not centralized for for apparently for many Years Punch magazine calls at lunch. Yes Sir Lunch lunch. That's that would be your your natural goto. It would not be. Here's the problem plunges one-sixth on sixth breakfast ride it's six months you've given you've given the store way to lunch right. It should be at least brusher lease could even be break. It should be brench brand. Just we want to give equal time. It would rain brench. Yeah but Brench doesn't sound like breakfast or lunch just sounds like why not just call it branch branch brench seems like it's a violent verb branch like you might get in a wrestling match. Your opponent might break you know. I don't WanNa get branched but I would get branched. I definitely get blanched. So branches existed since the eighteen nineties and as long as young people are doing. I'm doing terrible things to their bodies at night and then not getting up at the time got an acquaintance intended on Saturday morning. There will always be brunch. You're very you're very sleepy right now. I need a brunch. I always associated when I became aware of the concept of Brunch. which wasn't I wasn't always in my life? I I believe I. In the nineteen eighties was introduced to the idea of Brunch. It felt like an effeminate meal a Sunday Sunday brunch. You would have but that's ladies with Mimosa link but it was ladies. It wasn't a thing that you know. It didn't seem like a hard bitten Bukowski meal now. Ranch mccaskey Kelsey has breakfast and he has lunches blunt Ch- if anything branch brunch. One sounds like Popeye one. The other meal Israel has been invented within human memory. I mean not within living memory bit like surprising almost as close to it as Brunch is Something we owe to the Duchess of Bedford. who her she was born? Anna Maria Stanhope in eighteen o eight to a good family. I think a family family of royal courtiers and things got even better for her when she married Francis Russell the Duke of Bedford which made her the Duchess of Bedford. And I believe the Martinez Tavist Talk. But I don't understand that that seems like I'm just making stuff up so let's leave it aside living. If you marry a duke you just jumped way up the ladder. And he's a good. Do I assume some of these dukes are just kind of hereditary. Losers is lesser dukes out in the out in the you know some awful part of the northeast but this is a big duke the Duke. This is a good one. His brother in fact John Russell later becomes Prime Minister Minister. So she's politically connected. She's got these royal connections and as a result she becomes one of Queen. Victoria's ladies in waiting. In fact she's one of the ladies of her bedchamber at the beginning of Queen. Victoria's reign. She spends five years one of the ladies of the bedchamber which is not as sexy as it sounds. Sounds ladies of the bedchamber. You pretty sexy. You wish you had a duchess in a big hat to be your lady of the bedchamber but in this case. I think it's much more. Just your your proximity to the Queen is is where all the power is. You know. You're the one they get called for a drink of water or to help her a lace up her course it. Oh so it is a job. It's not just that you sit near her bedchamber also ringing a little bell to get cakes brought to you. I guess I shouldn't say a lacy because you're there is a servant class for those you're right but no it is for like companion at things and and the kind of things that you know so today we you're not going to be royalty but you will you might run across wealthier. Famous people with assistance. Yes who were supposed to run and get your stationary or see if anyone's in the lounge and that's that would be the Duchess of Bedford station. The assistant I always want is someone who leans over and whispers the name of the the person who's walking up right now. When I ran for city council I had I had someone who followed me everywhere and when I would enter a room they would be right over my shoulder and somebody would be like John Roderick and the little voice would say it's he's the guy that runs the you know the County Department of Correction? Can this is not schizophrenia. You had a guy for that. I had a person a female person and it made gave me superpowers. Because then it'd be like the bill how are you great. How's it going over there the county and it will because I take it from there right as soon as I knew who it was but it made me just seem like a genius? I don't even need that in a campaign. I need that in regular life. But I'm saying if I just had somebody that was like I just need somebody say can not spend Gabbard. You've made him six times. He's the front man of forgetting. I mean and I would like somebody that was like your pin number four one. I mean I have the notes APP and my g mail where I'm always sending my sending future can things I don't want him to forget but but you don't have it in social scenarios no terrible. You can't do it all the time. Look at my phone and go like what's the name and I forget that I haven't put in all all the Meta data I need to so I'm like who was the guy that used to work at you know at Cellophane Square and put Cellophane Square. No it's not a nineties friends no and so I don't have the Meta data that would call him up. I know his name is in my phone and I'm doing he's walking. I can see him and he's like John on and I'm like is this a good video idea people come at you at a party and it's not first person shooter. It's first person like contact. APP User We were at a mini movie. This weekend and some guy in the lobby seen is like hey ken and I do like. Hey hopefully hopefully the symmetry of the no name not the first thing he notices and he's like is mindy here and I was like yeah. She went ahead of meows. Parking the car you. I assume we'll see you in there and he's like not sold Out I'm I'm kind of standing by and I was like okay. Well Good Luck. I hope you get in and I go into Mindy House like did you see that kind of who is that. He asked about you she was like what no no. Who is it and I was like? I don't know he's he's playing friendly Asian guy and she was like. Oh I think that's the guy we always see who always says hi and asks about me by name. He's read your wikipedia entry a friend just a stranger. Well let strangers just a friend. You haven't met yet. That's true but I'm sure this guy is introduced himself to multiple times and been like our mindy and the kids right and I and you're like hey some in in that case maybe it's good to not to not be too chummy. Can what do you do about Caitlin Dylan on the Internet Internet. You just let them have unfettered access to the web when they were littler. That was not a problem. It was cute that they were on club penguin or Webcams all the time. And now I literally spend and ninety percent of my waking hours thinking. What are my children getting up to online? And you've talked about trying to limit their their access and then then you find that Dylan's gotTa some burner phone under his bed and he's in there. This literally happened like with both my kids. I've had issues where we thought we had smart rules rules about screens and devices and nature finds a way like. Do you have policies for your daughter. We'll know because I'm still in that stage where her interest in the Internet is just like can we watch lady and the tramp again. I'm like no it's problematic. Those were the does so I have often wondered. Like how do you solve this lake. You know there should be able to enforce whatever your family philosophy. Your household rules are around screens devices. And I've wished that there was a way to do it. Well there is a way and it's it's called circle. Circle is basically a way to manage your family's online in time across all they're connected devices inside and outside your home. Yeah I've been trying this out. They sent me a circle home plus a little circle up and it really does all all the things I was looking for filtering who can go to what sites like enforcing time limits on when it's Okay to be surfing and when it's not like which things do you not want your kids signing up for you know you're GonNa have a profile for each person on there it's customizable and it's every device on your network so my son's little burner phone work around from season four. The wire would.
"bedford" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"Duchess Duchess of Bedford. The King and Queen are coming to Downton did not see the doubt now they will be but my wife says I should not see it. I've only watched episodes per season. One of Downton Abbey and I liked it very much but I didn't feel like I wanted to see season two because I I don't like decline in fall all the trailer when things kind of fall. You don't like the novel decline and fall. I liked the novel declining fall. I don't like it when things to do any of us. Some I'm at the age. Where parts of my body are going to decline and fall? I think young people love to see things decline and fall because it means ushers in a new age whereas people that are invested in the way. Wait things are like you and me who are like. Don't change the recipe of kraft macaroni and cheese. And then they're like. Oh it's now may not have soy lint. The top it it's made out of Mr. It's been under Robert Kraft The Downton Abbey trailer cracked me up. Because first of all there's no conflict at all it's how trailers are always like about what the stakes are and. Here's what I hear is GonNa try to do. The Downton Abbey trailer is like a bunch of us are in a house and look. It's it's an invitation from the king and Queen and that's that's literally all that happens. Yeah it's like we're going to have a party but then I guess hold your horse. I guess that's that's the premise of Mrs Dalloway as well maybe it's a very tense. Fraught thing does the movie happen in in an Alternate Downton Abbey Universe or is it a continuation continuation of does it happen like after World War One or Carson of earth. To do we go back. Where are we in the afternoon? And it's it's To far after it's even though the actors have only aged like seven years or something. It's almost twenty. I think in Downton Abbey takes place in nineteen fifty six thinks it's all tour groups going through the house a and the other thing I like about the end of the trailer where normally a movie would list all the stars of the movie it lists the character names. It's all your favorites. The Dutch was adverse hives. The Butler Penny. The upstairs made Gregory. The Randy gave Alex who watches these upstairs downstairs. TV shows now. I mean I can't imagine that it is that that is the coveted demographic of eighteen to thirty five year old incomers through. There's plenty of old. PBS Hers. But I don't know like all the all the I'm twenty eight year old young moms and cool. Girls are knitting now so I guess maybe they're all watching cozy mysteries too. Could be listening to true crime. PODCASTS could be that people are you know they go to work all day in sweatpants and they come home and they're like I just want to watch somebody in starched collar. This is what I'm missing speaking of daily routines you know. We're speaking to a future audience of who filter feeders. Maybe they just eat a a giant tortoise once a year could be living under a blackout sky where there is no differentiation. Between night and day but schedule is important. -portant and whoever you are I know you metabolize nutrients in some way must now. That's something we haven't come at John and I also metabolize. WGN's we reach out to you in a spirit of fellowship. I mostly eat. Gems is all right. Yeah on a diet of rubies and emeralds. John is a silicon on based life. Form what what do you eat. I'm sure all your podcasts. Are Just you talk at length about your mealtime regimen. Ben Do you do ask you sit down to three meals a day. No I do not generally eat breakfast breakfast this morning. You came into the house just as as I was making a weird bowl of of doll doll Bot and some other curry on top of a bed of rice but that was like leftover food. I looked in the refrigerator trade. I was like a better eight that before it goes bad. So your is your. You often have a an early lunch. No I do not have to overtake out. I do not eat breakfast and I often don't it lunch routinely find that. It's five o'clock at night before I think about food and then at five five when I do think about food I'm like Oh whoa I need to eat you feel hungry or do you just realize it's a thing people do. I think I started to feel hungry at start. Not that kind of peckish. Where I where my first thought is? I'll just go to a Wendy's and get a chicken sandwich and then my second thought is don't go to Wendy's ladies and get a chicken sandwich. That's not good for you. That's not you're not living your best life. You should be now. These two thoughts are in conflict. Well they are right because because I want to do I want to be someone who goes and makes it gets out the mixmaster and makes a like a beat and Kale Chic. But but but I ended up at Wendy's and get chicken. They have great chicken sandwiches. Wendy's you're not me. I don't see you ever making a beaten. Kale shake not not willingly late. But then my problem is then. I eat a really big meal at nine thirty PM okay. I'm writing this down so there's some kind of first meal at five PM and then there's some kind of a supper a dinner at nine thirty a big dinner at nine thirty. which is the wrong time to eat a big dinner? I think well by skipping breakfast lunch. You've you've really embraced the hot dietary fat right now of intermittent fasting Adia that it's better for your body to go long stretches with no food during the day it's just an instinct instinct or I mean that's just my nature. I don't when I wake up. I'm not hungry hungry either. Who are these people? At a big British people eating lamb chops and kipper pizza tomato. I feel like you have to do a different kind of labor than we do but I don't. I don't think that's right if we had if we were physically with our bodies late into the evening when my mom talks about how they ate in Ohio when they were you know like farmers who who didn't have mechanical mechanical tools. She said they ate their biggest meal at about one o'clock in the afternoon that's typical. I think in agrarian societies even America to this day rural families if they can but of course any place where the workplace or school scheduled not just doesn't work anymore right but then you know they had a little you know supper at the at the end of the day or I guess they called lunch supper and dinner called Lowest Dinner. That's how my grandparents were and then dinner with supper than grandparents always had dinner and supper. But you know I all I used to before I had. These bomb inaudible podcasts. I had to do every morning. I used to stay up until four o'clock in the morning all the time so having a big meal so at ten o'clock at night didn't it wasn't outrageous. I was still middle your day. Still up for success. Would you keep eating the hilarious area's big sandwich with yeah big layers at my three and my weakness is the bowl of ice cream immediately before bed. You you know. I like all doctors recommend I. It's like three o'clock on the morning. I just need a little somebody and what I should have as a slice of cheese but what I what I do. Is this. Have fifteen hundred calories of of vanilla ice. It's the worst because you eat. What seems like a normal volume of food but of course if you eat a bowl of sup- sized thing of ice cream it's seven thousand calories here my own personal calvary? Every day is that I love breakfast food or breakfast is we sent our time breath. I love breakfast food. I love green eggs and ham. Sam I am you like them at dinner but I don't like I'm not Hungary at any time when anyone wants to serve them to me. Do you like sweet foods I do have I have. I really do have a sweet tooth I feel like I I need to earn my little treats it but is it a pancake based sweet tooth. You like Syrup and Yeah I mean I love any kind of I mean I love. I love pretty much all name. A breakfast food franchise Joe Loved Hashbrowns. Love it Joe's special yes to plus chose chose specialists spinach hamburger eggs and I think like Armas on cheese all mixed together in scramble. It seems like only one restaurant. Oh and onions too. Well at some somewhere. There's some titular joe that was like here's what I want. Onions spinach eggs. I'm Joan uh-huh and I'm special. And they made it and then the guy sitting next to him at the bar was like I'll have that and pretty soon it was just like an Arnold Palmer every story you liked that. We're like just one guy. One guy named Caesar is like. I'll put Parmesan cheese in croutons on my romain lettuce. Yeah and then the world is Frederick one herring everybody wants a little a little anchovy a what about a breakfast Burrito. Yeah Way Booze Ranchera. I like the the egg-based I like all the breakfast meats bacon more than sausage but I like them all and I love the idea that you could just have a big stacks of different kinds of bread. You can pour butter and and and sticky sweet things on I mean what what a what a gift what about a bowl of rice with a half of the scoop of Dull Bot and half of a scoop of chicken Tikka Masala. It's all on it for breakfast that my idea breakfast is extremely American. Like I feel like there's really no I like. I like going to France and just having some juice in a pastry. That's nice and I love that you can get mushrooms with your both your breakfast in the UK but you know grown up and everyone would just gotTa have some tomato. Those great breakfast food like grown up in the bus in the morning and everyone would smell like Kimchi because they just got up and had rice and Kimchi. And it's not a specialized breakfast food there. But it's a very. It's a very common what you have breakfast. It's not unusual at all. There's there's other kinds of poor g things you could have but but rising Kimchi is pretty normal and and to me. It's not just eating in the morning like I just like to have heavy comfort food and I'm not hungry for it at nine. AM So what. Am I gonNA eat it right. I'm never happy when I go to a restaurant that serves breakfast but isn't a breakfast restaurant. I look at the clock and ask myself. Are we past the French diplomat on. What time is the French diplomats? It changes depending on where you are. And what the situation is but I think everyone agrees that at ten ten o'clock in the morning you can't order French dip unless you're going to break the surly bonds if you're a serial killer just like what but at eleven in thirty you certainly can. Yes order French dip. So can you order a friendship at eleven around eleven so this is the thing. I'm often in a in a breakfast. It can situation at ten forty five and I go. Why can't order a French dip? But I don't want to stack pancakes and so I- settle on a wave those ranchos because I'm sweet. I want savory but I but it's too early to get him. Do you feel like hamburger. Do you feel like you can't order just a Omelette or benedict or it's a too late for that. No Omelette just any time. Feels like a snooze. You know I don't I don't know if you're aware but I make I make egg in a cup. Scrambled egg in Coffee Mug a not aware. It's a wonderful. It's it's a wonderful dish that takes one minute cook microwave. You put a crack negative mug. I take Eggen among you throw some salt and pepper in on it. You put it in the microwave for thirty seconds. It'll come out. It's already like cooking. Stick a fork in there. Throw some cheese in there. Maybe a little diced up ham. He's hit with the fork. She did you just sorta half scramble it back in the microwave for thirty seconds. You got a cup of you've got a Mug of delicious scrambled eggs that you are indistinguishable from what you would get in a.
"bedford" Discussed on CAMHS Talk
"Services during autism month which October when they will. We'll have like Halifax and Deborah Adams in town Saints Prison TESCO's all having protect time where people can go in and the lights will be doomed. The benign tunnel announcements announcements and just allowing people to access local services that have autism. These things are really important because personally I was diagnosed diversity at fifteen so bat gannon later diagnosis than mice. It wasn't really directed in the direction of anything so knowing this kind of things this would have been really helpful back then is is now really in navigating. These things travel I've previously. I've not been on a plane in years because Easterby so stressful now but now I know that the options open to me because these things are available I think that's the to me to me. That's the most important thing is around The more you know on the more people can can be aware of and the easy we can make that because in terms of too often it it can be near lodged loss pretty stressful In terms of guy certainly If you were to tell us as well having having a child with with with special educational needs in terms of that they have navigate or haven't additional support in in school or mission was also accessing services so then having the time then Google and search and do your own research. She's just you know I. It's it's putting a lot on family so the easy we can make that is in the easy. We can make it to navigate the system. I mean those examples are Nearly every single day where. We're discovering things I mean I'm working in the in in Bedford for quite a long time and I'm still discovering more and more services that I think are funny. I knew that I could think about two families of supported in the past and gone. You know I wish I knew that then. And that's I think so. It's not just this is just as important. I think clinicians tell us that all the time in terms they wished they could direct people to certain places have a look on this for certain areas We've got some really powerful stories of a mother who is on the phone to some of them early helping on Wall Street both on the phone together. They were both on the local offer looking up services and going over this this activity they could do or there's an autism screening Bedford in beverage anywhere that you could access address. Those are things that actually it makes front line delivery of services easier as what it does for instant information and if and so if I know cams obviously we've got a lot of our information about the services that we run but we're all so we're able to actually keep that information up today on way so organizations can can actually update their own information on the local four websites at right. SOCIA- your gap when you if you old as -ation it's new. We have a white that you can ring your email me. We can send that out over. We can talk to her over over the phone. Once you've registered which takes about hoffa lower maybe at the very most and that's where you put your information on and everything then then. The page comes through to myself. Chris and we'll approve and then like say Nikki is then you have the ability to update on. I had to score on the find this morning pagent and then when I was like yeah then problem all approve it now and there were update in late on the afternoon say schools compete. Details is about opening. Dan's we wear advertising things like at this podcast obviously We've all films that we've made with young people about about mental health. So it's not. It's not just think you raise the point earlier lucy before we start recording but we were talking about. It's not just special. Education patient needs it. We're actually you know oversee promote in mental health services as well. Yeah which is good. Because there's actually a lot of crossover between those kind one of things as well as I think it's important to cover as much ground as you can definitely I mean the the users Scum service films all on there And that was something that young people in I met with people who told me that certainly young people with more difficulties accessing information mation just in dense texts just didn't work for them They wanted information and content to be there In video form and I just the group not contact around that So obviously we're really fortunate in in in this local area in this group to be able to be able to go. We'll just pull this information on but The key thing then also around making sure that it is easy to find so one of the things that I think appreciate the time last week when when we all met was I was going through the keywords such functions because actually just going through making sure that anything that a young person might search for pulled him into the right direction say And on just picking up on Lucy's point we the local for should work for in terms of you know it it should work for. Es We have a duty to make sure there is up-to-date ESPEC- especially for those with special educational needs and disability And that is all focused. But if we're promoting inclusive groups and activities not in some of them yes may have You need to have certain needs to access they set groups but it should be a case of. You should be able to go then. You should hopefully find something you would be. We hope for all of our early help services for families on the list of information about social care and different up to support the economic says through children's services information about thresholds around here where where to go for different things how to act as early help So I mean all of that is as relevant relevant for four families without special educational needs disabilities. It just means that you know a a main focus those Also those families. We know we've children with special education disabilities or families with children who need or uneven to ask maybe specialist services or additional services. That's where we want to warn them to be. You're looking at a local offer because we want to be able to go. Actually I want to go to place. No one to find bill to find some services I can do and obviously making sure that we are then linked into the white people so we have a section. Yes on comes and to move formation very brief show of information but we then have your website so you can actually go and find much links nice to wall of the organization's website provides you with all the contact date house. I'm I'm right in thinking that you can access all of this information in how many languages however many is google translate allows us to say We think nearly all but is awesome thing to our accessibility of our website. Someone that we are constantly working on towards we're quite pleased that you can translate it Two different different languages and that you can enlarge the text the text smaller or change it to different colors depending on whether people are colorblind or find on the Egypt to read text in certain things But we do not. We don't currently have text to speak Election or we could make you start easy so we are constantly. He worked for developers to see whether or not we can make even more accessible because of sleep for the very nature of the website. We want it to be able to be accessed by one of the things things why some of the people that were were going and testing with and some of our taxes won't before we did it. Were those education care plans those who are in some of our And further education provision to make sure they are able to navigate around it because again it's no point having a website that Those that's very much for O'Connor even accesses so so safe anyone that's listening to this podcast Then goes on to your website and has any ideas they can they can give you some feedback. Come night just plays with totally open to any feedback. It doesn't always have to be good because if people don't tell us that something's wrong or if they don't feel and we're not going to know so says a feedback option on on. The website does yeah they can just fill out and that will come through to us and you're really active on twitter on a sorry just going back sorry and then being open and transparent we will. Then we'll we'll then at that the you said we did section I K so you anybody can say the feedback received. So can you just tell us again then. Your aw there twitter name so presumably people can follow is at Bedford local off one say at Bedford Local O.. F. One okay on the website address is. WWW don't local offer bedford took off to E. K.. Olafur case lovely. Any other questions guys. Well thank you question. I just wanted to say one more thing. 'cause I guess it's a good way to kind of conclude because knowledge is power and it's almost exciting in a way when you think about how many different services there are out there. How many different opportunities there are for every single person and unlike my journey as well? That's been really important to me so I didn't even know this existed until my cbt therapist told me about it and this has been a really positive thing for me. So it's just it's really really important is you can't really stress how important it is to make this accessible to people Sunday I think One of the things again. We we know that for the services that we've gone there are still plenty on say. Please please please do tell us if there is any services mrs that you are accessing that you feel should be on the Lakewood offer. More people should be aware of and that we don't but also just as importantly if this is working properly it should inform commissioning service should also inform if people are constantly searching for services not coming up as telling us. There's a gap in our local area looking for some support and it's not available Alioune. You've contacted our local offer. Officer sources had a look and she says no available that gets fed back in to US Commissioners to say. Do you know what people are asking us for for further support around and it could be Something else that we had their own I for parents in terms of if we were talking about three or four months ago they'd sensory processing needs is something that was they were telling us. There was a gap for. They were searching for information locally. So we've as a result been able to look and commissioning further parents sessions as a direct resort. What people are searching for the local again said needs to be living? Breathing is not just a directory. It's a case of you know. Tell us if the stuff. That's not on their Oscar Oscar. If you think there should be information television as a service that is needed in the local area We really really really do want to hear from people because again this is. This is a full the local area And hopefully is going to be continually evolved so we will meet him of young people fearful feel four times throughout the year with parents have three or four times a year. There's there's opportunity for people to feedback to US consistently and constantly really okay. That's absolutely fantastic. Thank you so much for taking the time to to come alone an to chat with us today. And `and yeah just to play for everybody out there then. Identify the gaps in the service. If you feel there are any or if you'd like to promote your own service for children young people report I'm families then get in touch with social and Chris at Pepper Barra. Thank.
"bedford" Discussed on My Life of Crime with Erin Moriarty
"What was the crime that brought you here Bert robbery burglary I was involved in the murder of two men I'm Erin Moriarty Forty eight hours and this is my life of crime owed for some I'm at the Bedford Hills correctional facility it's the only maximum security prison for women in the state of New York and a wind up here you have to do something pretty heinous and it's been home to a lot of rather infamous women there's Joyce initials two weeks after the prisoner escape it remains unclear authorities are any closer to catching the take killers she helped to men escape from the maximum security prison in New York in two thousand fifteen and now he's the one in prison here in Bedford Hills and then of course there was Amy Fisher better known perhaps as the long Nyland Lolita went to hit her again and the gun went off Fisher was just seventeen when she shot the wife her body shop boyfriend Joey Bud Gluco I love to say that name Joey Buttafuoco the white survived and for a while Fisher ended up here at Bedford hills thus CBS and now we're going into high Bedford hills as well and as you're here there's still some fruity interesting women in here and I have a bet life here is an exactly what you expect the prison has been in operation for nearly a century now and I count at least six sets of locked doors before we finally reach our destination and that's a nondescript low rise building that housed this is the classrooms we're here because we've been allowed him for the winds tonight songwriting workshop for prisoners it's run by a nonprofit called rehabilitation through the arts or RTA for short we meet Michael Maynard and Villas Ross inside a small classroom they are a married couple and their the volunteer instructors they're going to spend the next two hours teaching inmates the art of songwriting using electron keyboards but not just any keyboards these are unique instruments you could call him prison proof stripped of the usual sound effects Michel Menard explains a in a keyboard there are sound that are absolutely objectionable in a maximum security setting for instance there could there gunshots it took months to find a keyboard that didn't have any of these additional sounds at seven PM just about almost exactly seven PM twelve women all dressed in some version of the prisons dark green uniform violin they're all logging their prison-issue keyboards and these large rectangle cloth bags there's excited chatters they settle into their seats in the small awesome individual songs for a great deal of time and can you find that interesting outside the classroom it's very risky for an inmate to share any kind of personal feelings any kind of personal information the keyboards play a much bigger part than just mere instruments so I'm just curious do you have a name for your keyboard Jimmy I knew it I knew up any respond anytime you touch chances please remember as the lyrics as you can Michael is a professional composer turning it into minor tribes he used to create music for sesame street's muppets now his and many other songs are used uplift prison inmates the woman you're hearing right now that's Kim Brown this class me means everything to her in fact she describes this time in the class as her only and I'm quoting legal way to escape.
"bedford" Discussed on The Real Podcast
"I applied and got chosen very grateful for that and now we're all off to New York. Which I'm told is very different to Hollywood? It is in the way pitch and meet people say and then I'm going to L._A.. Later in the year with strains and film <hes> because my mental Yellen Chang who recently worked on a little show called handmade tails and is one of my favorite shows ever if you haven't seen S._p._F.. On demand <hes> and yeah I'll be working with her cy screen Australians film and like just offering me all these opportunities and I just have to pinch myself and go what the hell happened to this girl who's from Jordan and holes Craig and might go out. Where Am I? I'm standing in Times Square. That's where I I and taking to the world and there's just more and more opportunity to do that does nice to hear well as we get older. I get very passionate about strange stories and we do deserve a world stage and we can tell we'll worldly story so yeah I I I am passionate about doing these local stories and doing regional stories especially being a country go and it's very inspiring that you get to share those stories sorry. I'm trying to think there's lots of young little girls out there. Who probably you know your your self deprecating and say you don't really go out there but your you know you've had a lot of achievements? You've got a lot of great places you met a Lotta great people bain in in some really interesting rooms and it's just expanding internationally now so there's got to be little goes outgoing R. One obey Cody Bedford one day they won't be. I loved remain <hes> Blue Mountains House you my back yeah. I actually quite shy person and some people mistake that for our she such a small but no. I'm actually really shy and I really I really hate in getting myself out there but is something I'm working on and <hes>. I guess it's exciting when you're in the thirties. You have to really stop being little old woman for me. I use take every the chain run with it. which sounds like exactly what you're doing? Oh yes I. I CANNOT BELIEVE I've ended up here but I've taught for it as lady Gaga that's right yes in her Oscar speech which I loved and she's worked hard and I've worked hard not the Korea's compare but who knows you might cross PAS special. Wow I do sing shallow. I really well. Would you like to demonstrate yeah absolutely not would let do share some advice to anyone who's thinking of going into being a playwright being a ratify screen that might want to cook and live in the blame mountains advice for young people at listeners. The one piece of advice that changed my life was from Joe Sweden who wrote buffy and mm came up with buffy and sort of my career always kinda spins back to buffy. I was bringing it up Buffy Buffy <hes> he had this wonderful piece of advice for riders finish. It and I think it's slow low sample finish. You'll screenplay finish your play like as long as you finish it then you can go onto the next stage and I think the complement of finishing something is such a good feeling and then you can sort of hired into characters and plot plotting stuff but finishing a piece of work is in the chairman and shoot congratulate yourself like do the old you know year one pet on the back in I because it's such an achievement to finish something beautiful and what's coming up next. You've got a feud troops overseas yes but in economy I haven't quite made it yet. I'm going to be on a plane for very very long time I well. I am going to New York and visiting also that trader friend of Allen Clock in the next year in France where he's living now and then just having fun along the way. Isn't that the journey. It's very good advice. Thanks so much crazy. There's been a lot of fun. Thanks for joining us. He on the Rio podcast. You've been listening to the Rio podcast series. The real is an aboriginal entire Stratton Island digital media platforms produced by thirty three creative. These episode was reported in Sydney on Google country produced by John McCain and Marguerite..
"bedford" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"It was pretty epic as well. But. Amanda Nunes was epic, as well. Sorry, I didn't even mention Israel that Sonya but. He's worn title-fights. He did have a four no year. His four knows better than the DC three. No. But his level competition wasn't championship caliber. No discipline those guys. They just weren't champions fighting DC might be the one that winds up winning. But that that's how officially the SP's works in two thousand nineteen their voting on two thousand eighteen. So how do you think they're gonna vote it, though? The fans and the media were there. I think still the Daniel Cormon so to what do you bar? Some, some of them dumb enough to go juicy what's the who Des he'd be Dilshad more ass? Even though it happened two thousand nineteen. I don't think so. Do you can this even be one more little wrinkle that you could add to the goat, talk now you're nitpicking, and then you go record means got an SP two? Can you do that? I don't think so. I think it's what they do on the field in the cage and the rings or whatever. Yeah. I mean, I'm sure John might have something needs been pretty pretty great himself. But all right, folks, listen up. The enemy junkie website has a tab there called rumors at the top. If you hit that you'll get all the pertinent information for everything that's going on this weekend. Bell tour has a fight card in London. It's kind of confusing because part of the card is called belt or London. And the other one's called bell toward to twenty three like literally, splitting the prelims in the, the main card, the premiums can be seen on Saturday. At eleven thirty AM eastern, because they're in London time difference, you can watch them live on him. Emi junkie. However, the main card is on paramount and does own at nine pm eastern on tape delays literally gotta shut it off. Go about your Saturday, and then come back and not get spoilers. Sucks that it's that way. But it's that way. I don't know what else to say. There's also you have see in South Carolina, and that's headline by Hannah Tomohiko versus the Korean zombie. And we also have massage versus Levada junior. Holy cow, there on EMI junkie, as well at five PM eastern. Fuck is going on the divide. All that that's built for Europe three I'm confused. Maybe we'll straighten all this out tomorrow. And don't forget, K F C six on fight TV can order from their forty bucks. Arte low ball. Volley montage. Big thanks to our guests at Johnny Bedford. We'll be back tomorrow until a champion.
"bedford" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"The whole reason we, we went down this road. Is if you haven't heard, yet, a shoulder surgery, he's going to be out for the rest of two thousand nineteen in the unfortunate thing is a you know, look, he's a human being. He's a world champion two way classes. So but, but as a human being, you just don't want that down anybody, but e e is going to have he did have the soldier shoulder surgery. And I mean, look, we still have half of year to go into know that the flyweight slash randomly champions, not gonna be able to defend it makes you think. Oh boy than than. Why did we do this? What are we gonna do? Blah, blah, blah. And I'm not I'm not mad at it man. I'm not mad. It because look Tuffy was limp in with that sprained ankle and do what he did. He went after history. You know what I mean? And I love fighters love athletes, that just roll that type of, of dies and go for it. And that's why I didn't even mind when Kevin Durant tried to come to come back because he really wanted to, to win and be there for his team in, you know, he wound up tearing his ankle or or whatever, but that was the decision that he made. But what's going to happen? I don't know. You're not mad, though who at the situation I could care less. I'm not a worry fan. Which situation Saluto. Yeah. No. Because what I mean the shoulder injury. Yeah. Like what it's gonna do now. Well, obviously mad that it's gonna hold up two divisions. But Peter yon and algebra sterling seemed to be already kind of making some plans, yawns pitching, an interim title in a t what he's not crazy to pitch that because let's say, Henry Suharto goes, right? I'm out of two thousand eighteen I'll be there on January first. All right. Cool. Well, what if he comes back with the flight? That means he can't come back as a bantamweight until at least April, we're only ten months away that I don't mind those bantamweights being aggressive in saying, let's do this. No. Because I need word that we're in that era. And it was pretty historical, and he actually pulled off. I'm going to be cool with it, plus may be safe. I waste too, if the UFC just comes out and says, all right. He's gone until this time, but this next fight will be an interim intern fight for this division that at least tell us where he's coming back. You think they should do for Penton Benedetti's on, on the twenty ninth? Maybe if they tell us that's going to be it then. All right, then we know this has some direction give us some directions. All right. Because hudo could come back and go, I've never going to twenty five in the time else should make him for the for the interim in- whoever is never comes back to that division, then he can become that person can become the undisputed. All right. Fun. I our there, what the good news is got one more hour to go with Demi junkie radio on fight nation channel fifty six still might have surprised guest or two. I'm telling you man, I was out there fishing headlines in the water and we'll see. I thought it was going overboard for a while there. But the confirmations slow coming back. So you never know. All right. We'll be right back in don't touch that out. Good. You still hear the boys were just getting warmed up. Now the real show begins take it away. Choice. Oh. Literally just talking to three people right now trying to figure things out. Yeah. So we're still suffering things around, but I don't know. I don't know. I'm not gonna worry about it any longer. Look, we've had a fun week so far. Now, I don't usually wait to do this on Friday. But, you know, we already talked to Brian Butler rob font. The autumn achieva want artillery. Chris Lieven Richard hundred came in on both days, the co host, Ian joy, Johnny Bedford. So plus we got DC stop by on Monday. So I'm all right. I'm all right. We're, we're, we're going to be okay. We're just going to relax a little bit and talk a little bit of bell tower. You have see bare knuckle, whatever you guys wanna do man. I am totally game. I don't even know if I give out the number early on.
"bedford" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"On the car who's well known. We don't do the may circles, find the see he's fighting reginal junior. And this is the conclusion of the lightweight tournament that started in October two thousand eighteen so the winner will win the tournament and become their lightweight champion. Joining us now on the hotline is Johnny Bedford. Hey, Johnny welcome back to junkie radio. How're you doing? Oh, well, man, thanks for a while. Brother. It's been a while. You're right. But I'll tell you what I was watching that press conference, and I thought, okay, check out these fine. Gentlemen, here, sitting there, kinda quiet and respectful and everyone's chilling. Yeah. And I and I knew Polian Artem, we're gonna get into it at some point. But man, you let things off. And I'll tell you what it worked. I got really, really fired up. You started kind of laying into reginal Barnette and, you know, he fired back as well. But I, I was one hell of a press conference. It was. Are they funded week, you know, leading up to a big championship, fight in, I had quite a few interaction faith that they through the media, you know, today was the first time really debate, but I feel like I just beat him up every time verbally if I'm being honest, I, I don't think he'd be, you know mean to be disrespectful, but he's not as quick witted as I say that I wanted to be respectful, I think, I'm little more intelligent, and I speak, well, and I'm and I'm confident going into the spice and I think my, my comments say that my leaving the Saturday night and do you think this guy is headed all? Because like I said at first, I found them to be respectful. Everybody was pretty chilling until all of a sudden you got going, he did fire back. But yeah, I'll give you the ten nine on the in the width department. But, but what I want to know is do you think this kind of, like, maybe shook him up? Little bit kind of took him out of his of his own that he was in. You know, maybe I'm gonna be in his head. Tonight tomorrow and then up until Saturday night, I'm gonna be that kid that I'm gonna I'm gonna I'm gonna push buttons. I'm gonna I'm gonna be me. I go out there and I and I I'm gonna try to break him, but, but part of breaking breaking mentally, right? So I think he knows he he's losing these quarter debates. I think he's frustrated. I don't know. You know what is going gonna do to Jane, Glenn or anything? But, but it's always the same everything. I've said is has been truthful. I don't think he I think we're different. People were different types of fighters, address, these three and Owen, bare knuckle Guyane with three decisions and it's just not what people wanna see they, they wanna see people out there and, and, and try to knock each others heads off, and I'm not trying to win a decision. I'm not trying to dance around that ring and win decisions in call myself a champion, I'm trying to go forward. And I'm trying to finish. Where would this rank Johnny Bedford on your resume for all of combat sports? The wrestling, you did the may you did. In the bare knuckle that you've done because this, this completes the lightweight tournament and you become or the winner becomes the lightweight champion on Saturday night, and I can feel like one, you're up there on that day, you really, really are digging. You know, the bare knuckle fighting portion of your career. But you tell us I really am. Bare knuckle has. Volition, right at a point where I'm still actively competing and, and making runs this thing I wish bare knuckle would have been around ten years ago, I think I'm to tailor made for the sport. I think I'm tougher than most people that they put across cage, you know, obviously across that ring, obviously skills matter and, and, and everything's gonna matter. But I think in bare knuckle, I think topless matters a little more. And I just put my up against anybody cancer, your first question, I guess where you know with with everything I've kind of accomplishing combat..
"bedford" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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"bedford" Discussed on Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast
"I have Rebecca Bedford on she's a body. Positive activist in self acceptance champion in two thousand thirteen she started her YouTube, log channel being an S S b b w when she noticed that other videos spoke about people of extended size, but not anyone of size. She's platform to reach out to extended sizes the larger plus size people and all those who struggle with self love and self acceptance sharing her experiences to her. A website. She's also a blogger logger podcast, host writer body, positive activists and public speaker, she's disease platforms to reach those unions navigate the path of mental hall coming to terms with size dating fetish. Limitations and communication with within relationships. Welcome to the show. Thank you so much for coming on debut so much for having me, I'm really really excited to be here today. So we had a little tech mishap. So things got to share her story again. But I'm sure it was heard the way it's supposed to be heard. And I appreciate that so much now I could talk all day. So that's already girl. I I'm knocking all day. Rebecca, as we know that, you know, a lot of times what happens to us offense for us. And I can feel your passion. I can see your passion on Instagram on on your log on all the things that you do because that's a lot of work, by the way. Yes. Those logs and Boggs and Instagram's and all that you guys know, it's a lot of dedication. So there has to be that clear. Why that clear push to do all of that? And show up every day doing it. So long to know your story, and how you came to acceptance within yourself so that you can help others on. Yeah. It really started. When I was around eighteen or nineteen years old. I was you know, anybody around that ager you're on your path to find out who you are as a person, I was definitely struggling with body image issues. I was over way, Dan know, adult now, you know, just trying to figure out how to live my lights and one day. I was in a restaurant with my sister in. There was a table. Your by college, boys. And I got to sit there for like forty five minutes and just listen to them trashy the whole pot, and it was pretty horrifying..
"bedford" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Time in new bedford she gave birth to three bowl cavs and surpassed the life expectancy for bison and gap cavity some parents of students have new bedford middle school received a call yesterday from administrators making them aware of a threat that was made against the school new bedford public schools spokesman arthur motto tells wbz news keith middle school student made a verbal threat against the school during class on monday the student was taken to the head office where they were served with disciplinary consequences police officers determine the threat was baseless modest says the students in the class were addressed immediately and their parents were told that counseling is available for any concerns their children may have as a result of the students threat against the school new bedford police tell wbz news the student was arrested in faces charges of making threats and you bedford police reciting a driver after a rollover crash injured two people and a dog yesterday witnesses say the crash near six eighty nine belleville avenue yesterday evening happened when a two thousand three hundred accord took a corner at a high rate of speed and crashed into a two thousand six toyota camry the crash caused the accord to rollover objecting a dog into the roadway the drivers of both vehicles were transported to area hospitals and the dog was taken to swans the animal hospital the conditions of victims are unknown at this time the driver of the accord will be cited for operating to endanger and marked lanes violations news time now is six zero five and wbz fm sports the red sox beat the cubs four to two in the spring training finale this afternoon they'll open up the regular season thursday afternoon in tampa the bruins are at the jets tonight in winnipeg and the celtics will visit the jazz in utah tomorrow night let's take a look now at your local forecast from abc six edge forecast tonight becoming mostly.
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"bedford" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Alert because there was no proof integral had been abducted or he way an eminent longer now saying this morning hand last night we have been reaching out about her point department had them why that and so far they have not answered why that is the case and so far they have nine why that is the case advocacy journalism this horrible bedford police modern should've issued a an amber and they didn't why you to backward blinked department half them why that is the case and so warren they have not answered rv why so far will you go go your kneeling them over there so bad why didn't you issued an amber alert and they have not answered our request we need a me but i hung up in ramallah were while not to been done in the next day so there's the neighbors it's perfect thing channel eleven sets it off they asked the neighbors you know they get that gone and she sets up like looking beyond tell i wanna know why they need to amber alert why we've got nailed year now obviously a lot of people in his neighborhood wondering why more wealth and dine see why west seemed report from channel of why moore wasn't done well as terrifying as it is for something like this to happen and it could be your daughter mind we need to know the whole story and people get real kneejerk easy and panicky on these things in people's a widening chu issue an amber alert but because they have to follow the rules they shouldn't follow the rules well i'll give you some of the details next but including whether i fault of bedford police permanently wish ship perform on this coming up next plus your call at eight hundred two eight eight wbap eight hundred two eight.