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Mega Millions winning numbers announced for $865 million jackpot
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Netflix's French series 'Lupin' poised to outperform 'Queen's Gambit' and 'Bridgerton'
"It's been announced by net. Flex that loop the sort of the french heist mystery rob. That's all. I'm going to describe it. Non netflix has been watched. More than bridgeton and the queen's gambit. And i just wanna say netflix. For having three massive international hits in a short period of time and luke what a delight i just wanna say thank you for lupin which i like for once. I've finished a television show before really great job on the record. Thank you so much. I chew found it really charming. I mean i think the the international success of net netflix is indicative of them making some smart choices and also the fact that they are uniquely positioned to be able to release stuff in a unusual media and world climate right they. They were ready for this moment.
Ben Affleck "Trashes" Ana de Armas
"Ben affleck is trashing on a day arm is like literally kicking to the curb yesterday. A life-sized cardboard cut out of ana was photographing thrown away. Outside of bins. Is this the ultimate burn. Baby like throwing away photos are putting things under the bed but i guess when you have a life size cut out in a closet you can fold it up. You can fold it up and i go on. That many dog walks. If we're going to have to watch you to be that obsessed with each other for that much time you can be a little classier about this. That's the lately disrespectful. What a classy way to throw out of cardboard you know i could have folded it. He could take it up. You could have ripped it up. He has twelve people working for him. That really i have to say. Knock on ben for me. Totally funny i. It's so funny. Because he talks about this interviews all the time where you loved to be photographed. And he's like no. I go and take out the trash. And they're just sitting there so i mean part of me is like he'd probably get told his housekeeper. Whatever like hey this for me and then it was just they'd pitched it and now it's been terrible. Maybe he didn't give his housekeeper. Full instructions like folded up. Take it out at night. Do not let anyone see this. If you've been famous long enough on tuesday okay so the to date and you guys. Nearly a year. Last time we talked up they were so in love there were engagement rumors swirling and now it's completely over now a source tells c. News there will always be that love but word is they broke up over the phone Listen this is. This is my thought she just had a birthday. What she's thirty to forty eight There's some information about her wanting another child tile and so. I sure there's a lot of love there. But i'm sure they've had that conversation. Especially if there really were engagement rumors conversation before you move into the nineteen million dollars off but it just sometimes you think like okay. I'm okay and then he's saying no. Are you really okay. Because the door is closed. I need you to really think about it. Because i want to marry you but if you don't if you want children you're not gonna wanna say with me or vice versa station. 'cause i know many friends have gotten to that point and they don't wanna break until that point they are so in love and they think maybe they'll change their mind and then they hit this a pity. That says i'm not going to change my mind. I do wanna. I really hate to do this to you. If i'm putting my house on the market to then move in with my boyfriend you better believe before called that real estate agent are pat one of those damn boxes. We are going to be on the same page before that moving truck gets there just wasted time my home at thirty two. Who thinking about that but sometimes you just get caught up in the moment. Listen i have a girlfriend. She kept her apartment until last week less than has been living with her man because she's still undecided whether or not she wants to have kids and she knows that if she ever decides that they for sure when she it's for sure they will break up. She knows that
Justin Timberlake Confirms He Welcomed Another Baby with Wife Jessica Biel
"Timberlake has confirmed that he did indeed have a second child with jessica biel so they kept the pregnancy secret he was on ellen. He confirmed he has new baby called finneas. I like that name. He said he's very cute or summer. But nobody's getting a lot of sleep in the highest silences. His brother think he's five years old now. Silence apparently adores little finneas however finn walk chased him yet so that might change and get their guests who nobody all alone and didn't say a word ellen degeneres so ellen was called by just in jessica they were on facetime and just in a nonstop jessica was having a baby and she didn't tell a soul. It's interesting to see which celebrities are friends with other celebrities. What's the level of friendship if you're revealing your your wife's pregnant and it's a big secret than it probably really really good friends. Hey in congratulations and can't wait to meet him to like the name thenia i do.
Ben & Jerry’s New Rain-dough Flavour Is Bursting With Cookie Dough And Rainbow Sprinkles
"And Jerry's cookie dough ice cream Now comes with rainbow Sprinkles and ice cream sticks. Rain dough ice cream will be cookie dough ice cream with Sprinkles. It's called Rando Rain does rain. Darcy your fans smile in the workplace thing, chairs. They're They're so good. I love the talk show ice cream that they have Americo own. And this one is right up my alley as well. Rain dough, and that is your Munchie minute. I like
Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas Break Up After Less Than a Year of Dating
"List of all of the incredible sexy women that Ben Affleck has had a chance with. Has blown his shop first one. We could start with James. I mean, that's that's the start of the list. But there are others anyways. But Ben Affleck and his 32 year old girlfriend, Ana de Armas, have broken up after almost a year together because of something they apparently just figured out their different points in their lives. Really, what gave it away? The Morty ate the 32 age things. Donna is reportedly the one who called it quits, which makes sense. The older guy in this type of scenarios far less worried about the age gap with Ben, even throughout his giant cardboard cutout of on a source says the relationship was complicated. They are both happy with where they are in their lives so quick I got you
'Bachelor' Contestant Sarah Trott Was Once Spotted Leaving a Club With G-Eazy
"Matt james contestant sarah who we just spoke about Who left this week off from the show spotted leaving club with g. Eazy this pre bachelor but a big story. Big story back in march early twenties twenty. Sarah was seen with g. eazy at a nightclub. It's called delilah to right a right around the corner from my apartment in west hollywood and she seems to have been there for a friend's birthday party no other info except for the fact that they look like they were like maybe leaving together some paparazzi shots. It's a paparazzi shah su Just so interesting to me. How people still find that stuff. Like how do you go back. And look at pictures Sarah trout from the bat. I just don't so so much work to do.
Los Angeles County Fire Department Seeing ‘Drastic Decline’ In COVID-19 Cases
"Angeles County Fire Department is experiencing a drastic decline in the test positivity rate and the number of individuals out sick with covert 19 chief. There are laws be credits the vaccine shot, which he says is being accepted inside his department at a rate nearing 75%.
Texas to receive 333,650 COVID-19 vaccine first doses next week
"Corona virus vaccine first doses They're coming to Texas this week, the Department of State Health Services says 260 vaccine providers will get them and that includes 76 vaccine hubs. Dallas County will get almost 37001st doses about 29. A half 1000 will be delivered to Tarrant County. Collin County will get almost 7000 and Denny County will get just over 6000. State is also ordering more than a half million second doses. House
54-Bed Specialized Respiratory Care Unit Opens In Lancaster, Los Angeles County
"Field hospital is opened in Lancaster to help relieve the burden at Antelope Valley Hospital, which has been overrun with coronavirus patients, the 54 beds specialized respiratory cure unit is operated by Samaritans purse. Of International Christian based Relief organization that opened a similar respiratory care unit and North Carolina this past week. It includes a team of more than 60 people from across the country, including 40 medical professionals. Can
Protests start small, peacefully at fortified US statehouses
"Police and National Guard troops are standing sentry at newly fortified state houses ahead of expected demonstrations planned for the lead up to president elect Joe Biden's inauguration the Mounted Police patrolled outside the state capitol in Harrisburg Pennsylvania one National Guard troops rolled up in hundreds there were similar scenes at statehouses around the country and a massive presence in Washington DC with the national mall has been closed in fencing and other barricades thrown up to keep people away from the U. S. capitol the deterrence efforts appear to be keeping numbers small though armed protesters were seen in locations including Columbus Ohio in Lansing Michigan Timothy T. can showed up there with a rifle **** said he wanted to it's a message of peace and unity to the left and right this is nothing new here no misconduct in a prime Alexa to Michigan state police different topic and it's not that we won't tolerate criminal I'm Ben Thomas
Vice President-elect Harris to resign her Senate seat Monday
"Vice president elect comelec Harris will resign her Senate seat Monday two days before she and president elect Joe Biden are inaugurated his decision clears the way for California governor Gavin Newsom to appoint a fellow Democrat Alex Padilla to serve the final two years of Paris's term a choice he announced in December media currently serves as California's secretary of state he will be the first Latino senator from California where about forty percent of residents are Hispanic with the Senate not scheduled to reconvene until Tuesday Harris will not give a farewell speech on the Senate floor however she will become the Senate's presiding officer when she's sworn in as vice president Ben Thomas Washington
Violent youth protests hit Tunisia amid economic turmoil
"Violent protests erupted in several Tunisian cities as the country reels from economic turmoil police used tear gas to disperse disgruntled protesters who blocked roads by burning tires and threw stones and other objects at police and businesses the uproar is a combination of two missions anger that the country is on the verge of bankruptcy and has the higher public services many feel disappointed that on the ten year anniversary of the revolution that ousted autocratic president zine el Abidine Ben Ali there is little to show in terms of improvements police sweeps in the shops and banks were looted and vandalized arresting thousands of years according to the Tunisian form of economic and social rights more than one thousand demonstrations took place in November alone I'm Karen Thomas
Dustin Higgs: Final execution of Trump presidency is carried out
"McFarlane, another lethal injection in the last days of President Trump's watch. NBC's Brian Clark federal government executed Dustin Higgs overnight and he was convicted of killing three win. And in Maryland 25 years ago, Higgs was the third federal inmate put to death this week, the 13 since the Trump administration restarted federal executions in July. President elect Biden opposes the
Biden: Science will be at `forefront' of his administration
"President elect Joe Biden says signs will always be at the forefront of his administration so he's elevating the post of science adviser to cabinet level Eric lander a pioneer in mapping the human genome is in line to direct the office of science and technology policy and service science adviser he would be the first to life scientists to hold the job Biden's also retaining Dr Francis Collins is director of the national institutes of health and he's naming two prominent female scientists to co chair the president's council of advisors on science and technology Caltex Francis Arnold who won the two thousand eighteen Nobel Prize in chemistry and M. I. T. vice president for research Maria's stupor Biden says the team will ensure everything his administration does is grounded in science facts and the truth Ben Thomas Washington
Anne Hathaway Opens Up About Dealing With Insecurity And Anxiety
"Okay after twenty years in the spa anne. Hathaway still gets nervous about making public appearances. She's promoting her new. Hbo max phone locked down and took to instagram to show off her. First case of the twenty twenty one. Talk show hives. Wow i'm surprised. She gets that nervous. I'm not really that surprise. I think anne hathaway knows that every time she opens her mouth with no matter what she says. Someone is going to criticize her. I mean look even on the show yesterday she said oh. My real name is anne. We were like what are you doing. That meanwhile sean diddy puffy puff daddy. Thank you know we let him go. Seventies and not say a word but i just thought an had to wait has ptsd from the media because everyone wants to beat her
Wendy Williams' Lifetime Biopic Delivers Juicy Details
"Wendy williams so she is the executive producer on a new movie. That's all about her life. she's going there. She is going to talk about the drugs. The fame the cheating. The lifetime. bio-pic is out january thirtieth. And we've got a sneak peek. At the moment wendy confronts her cheating husband watch. You're so boring boring boring. The african everything i do. I'm don't for you. I'm out on the street unprotected. You everybody got a hit because you want out every rapper from diddy meth. Because you call them out. You got a coq. But i'm boring. I just wanted to have some you ever me again kevin. I swear promise you you will lose me. I took him back. But i was never gonna love him. This same guy a producer on this movie. You know wendy was there every step of the way to make sure that lifetime and that actress got his right and for me. Windy has the longest memory in history. So she is putting every single detail in this movie. Yes i appreciate sorry. I appreciate that because she tries to get everybody else's t now we get to all her t she's not hiding. I appreciate that. And i think she had to write because of who she is. And how like you said she does spill everybody else's business and does it comfortably and is made good cooling and doing so. I think it's like okay. Here's my payback to society for giving me the spot that i've gotten you know
interview With Nikki Giovanni
"Of the most striking things that just jumped out at me all the way through your writing and and writing about you and all the way to the latest volume of poetry published in two thousand thirteen is how from the very beginning you were held and cherished and taught by courageous loving women Your mother you were named your first name as yulon right yeah. It used to be when when mommy passed i I had it legally changed the nikki. Just because that's what everybody knows me. I would have never done when mommy was here. I wouldn't. I wouldn't want her to think i didn't want to carry her name. I'm rhonda junior. So how old were were you when you change your name legally ben mommy's been dead ten years so sixty two something like that sixty three years old. And how do you say your grandmother's name. Lavinia lavinia lavinia lavinia. Emma lou watson. Also that you were all sounds like foodies before the the word had been invented. Oh grandmother was a foodie and grandmothers. Friends were foodi. And of course i ended up. Living with grandma not ended up but Was was fortunate to live with grandmother. so mommy was a good cook because she was grandmothers daughter and My on an was a good cook Living with grandmother And i learned all of their tricks. My favorite was of course greens. And i'm still still still working on that because working making greens is one of life's difficulties. Just clean them and stuff. Well mommy mom and grandmother to you pull than to tie the stems and you put the leaves in and he uses stems to flavor and then you pull it out and so she was very good at that but the other thing. I was laughing and laughing about this. You didn't ask him about this. But in grandmother's day you know used to go the market and you bought a live chicken. Actually grandpa did the the marketing and he would bring it home and they put it in the backyard and then grandmother would go out saturday morning and we its neck but you learn to learn to do that and i guess i have learned to. It's something that i'm dealing with on another kind of level but for something to live something else usually dies. There's there's a transition is not something. I would have been able to even to say to you at Even fifty years ago my twenties. I wouldn't have it it's really It's been interesting You reported in nineteen forty. Three's that right And yes and you so you grew up in a i like this. You talk a lot about what we call the sixties what is called the sixties which which you really date from about nineteen fifty four to nineteen sixty eight Which was such a dramatic moment. I mean a lot of transition. I mean you've just been using that word one question. I ask people whoever been talking to you as you know how. Would you describe the religious and spiritual background of your childhood. And i wonder how you would start to talk about that. And i really mean the fullness of that you know that that your family but also that world do you came into I i grew up of course Baptist baptist mount zion baptist church but when when mommy married My father married we call them gusts because daddy gus. When mommy may gust they moved to cincinnati. Because he couldn't get a job he was college graduate. He couldn't get a job in knoxville and so they moved to cincinnati where he could get a job and mommy joined the Ame church but if we're just going to just kinda breeze on religion without getting into anybody's business you know. I recently have been fascinated with. Wyatt is that we don't actually look into the manger more. We always look at the cross. And i think that one of the problems with the manger is that we have to mary credit for bringing god to earth and The book that i'm working on right now actress called a good cry and it's just because Realize women keep a lot of things in them. I do know this for married. I'm gonna give credit having a baby hurts. I don't care who it is. A weird came from having a baby hurts. So i wanna give mary her. Craps and i also want to deal with the fact that as we are giving this birth part of the christian religion is supposed to do is give birth to a new human being you. Ask one kind of question. I don't know if i'm answering it. Strangely no but great. I think this question lands wherever in us. It wants to begin voice. I mean you you also want said you you said jos. Think it must have been a woman who developed the spiritual. Oh gosh when we look at savored which actually slavery is only going to be the end result. We have to look at the kidnapping in africa. We have to look at no matter. What the country. We have to look at the fact that somebody's sold and somebody purchased an and that just cannot be denied. We we're upset of course with the europeans because we say oh they create a slavery they might have but they didn't create the buying and selling of human beings that that had been going on for quite some time all over so we had the people coming across that ocean not knowing where they were going but knowing whatever it was they were not going to go back to where they used to be so somehow another. They had to make a decision. How do we go forward. But it had to be a woman because we're back to the manger we back to marry. We're back to this when women do it had to be a woman who said i need to settle my people down and when you consider there were a lot of languages. Going on yeah. She didn't speak english at that point. They didn't speak. Why healy at that point. They were in many languages. The only common language is going to be So when we get to going to ultimately become the united states these people had created a way to speak to themselves to each other through the language to spare chose. Yeah so when you were twenty five you road. I'm twenty five years old. A revolutionary poet. I- love seth. I want to ask you about the. The i love tacked on at the end of the sentence but i also want to ask you about what you meant at twenty five when you said you'll revolutionary poet and how you hey you look at that now as nikki. Giovanni quite a few years later i think twenty five was good but i always thought twenty five was one fourth of my life
"ben about" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Did you think I mean we're sort of jumping around a lot here tonight Did you think that that was that? Sarah was foolish to dismiss that which thing that Michelle came to her and said you know yeah. It was thought that that was a little hasty for Sarah to go back to the group and say can you believe what? Michelle is saying to me Without even like Just like let me sit with that for a second or again. You've played more recently. That I have. Is that the kind of thing where then if she does not go back and report that immediately is it more suspicious. I guess you can't be like Michelle. Said this to me like last week. And you don't WanNa be tarred you know with that that alliance. Don't WanNa be like painted with the perspective of being now like you know potentially dangerous with Michelle but what you know from our perspective. Campy Tony Right like the from what I'm watching mean. I wonder if from Sarah's perspective can be Tony I mean what do you think the game? I'm watching Tony. Seems TO BE WINNING. All these immunity seems to control the majority of the votes in your. Sarah seems to have these really deep deep relationships with people but just in terms of what modern survivors going to reward like. What's your perspective I mean? I think that's our feels like that. She can probably beat Tony at the at the final tribal council. Yes Tony might have. More FLASH AND MORE IMMUNITY WINS. I think that's Arab. Probably feels like hey. I've made deeper bonds with people throughout the course of the game. People like Sophie. People like Kim all these people along the way that I've been with You know from the call to You know even like Adam or Ben. Maybe she feels like that. How many people does Tony have if we have sort of very similar resumes? I have better relationships with people than Tony has. And that's not to say that. Maybe she isn't thinking about like okay. Maybe at the final five nor maybe put Tony into the fire and see what ultimately happens if he somehow doesn't get to the final. Yeah Yeah I agree but it does seem like Sarah has not talked with anybody at any point about. She was in a conversation with Denise and Ben About and that's maybe that's our plan of like hey ago the fire making keep that around four. Ben Ben You know makes the You Know Ben goes into the fire making with Tony Maybe Knocks Tony. Out in that way and it's not really got the Boehner. Yeah I mean I I mean that's such a a high risk play especially with someone coming back from edge. You know do they. I mean is there assumption? That going to be that. That person is coming back into the game with with an idol. Like they have to assume right. Yeah I don't know if they necessarily they just saw the edge of extinction so I think they would have to think that Somebody is coming back with something this time around. They're not giving an idol but they are able to buy one. Because of the Fire Tokens. If it's if it's one of the people that's coming back Potentially with an idol Natalie Tyson. Boston Rob So those are the three of the likeliest choices so. It's not crazy to think the person that's coming back in. We'll have an idol. Yeah and especially like you know we it just depends like what Tyson has told them about. What the dynamics are on the edge. He's really sort of the the key source of their information. I guess is now the time to write a note to the edge close. Denisa has got the last thing off the shelves of the of the advantage man. Let's let's try to talk through the two votes tonight. A little bit in order in terms of the final seven. Vote Jeremy's last stand. Do you feel like that That Jeremy and Michelle had the right approach here. What do you mean by the right approach? The I mean. Do you like ultimately what they tried to do to Get on board with with. We're going after Ben. One last time after they after they had sussed out that Ben was trying to turn the two of them against each other. So so how what? Because that was a little bit. There was a lot that happened there. It seemed like they were going to put all the votes on Nick. Right and then. Nick one immunity and then was there a viable plan to go after denise in that situation? I mean was there did did. There was a some other possibility because I'm actually having trouble remembering now. Like yeah there were. There was a lot. It was sort of a disjointed in terms of where we got like thirty minutes in and we went through that first tribal council and then a very long period of time at Tribal Council of really really drawn out tribal council segment for something that was not seemingly alive tribal. We spent a whole segment at tribal council. Yeah we and it was a lot of talking about like we're talking about like your persona. Yeah there was a lot of like you know the fears of living up to what you know people perceive of you and then there was like some of the trauma and I actually thought that was cool that they got into that. It was very unusual but I thought it was really neat that they talked about how these people go home and then they have like real. There's real trauma from the show in terms of people's Coworkers People's relationships. I thought it was really neat that they kind of address that because I can't really think of another time that they've that they've that they've done that and I was glad at the top of the show about having their no being no big moments in this season but I actually thought that was a really interesting moment in this season. Yeah I I think that this was a weird night for the show in terms of time. I think that originally that this was probably to be a one hour episode and then they had the opportunity to do two hours with this and I'm not sure if they issues Scheduling or the krona buyers ended up like them that opportunity and it seems like that. This is one of the areas that they kind of stretched out. Normally we get much more truncated version of tribal council. Where I think this was probably like a ninety minute episode that they end up stretching out to two hours because they had the time to them. I agree that Tony Jeremy Conversation. About the time of day or week is was was super attenuated. Then there was also the tribal council itself. All the strategy of the episode was really short which I think kind of maybe is a testament to your idea that maybe it was initially supposed to be ninety minute episode or even like a double elimination within within an hour and then you had like obviously extremely padded like final act in terms of like the edge in every site and then like the retrospective which I guess there are also know. There's so much to get to the finale. They're probably cutting putting. I think they probably put a big chunk of stuff into this. But yeah and again not a complaint a because they probably would have been just stuff. We would have never seen you know. I think we just had maybe an expectation like this was going to be like a jam packed two hours and it was a little bit of like more like a ninety minute episodes. They kind kinda got a little stretch. Yeah I completely agree. I mean it was it was it was fun. I really enjoyed it. It was a lot of fun stuff that happened. Like you said like it's unusual to see them talking about things like trauma or like their persona living up to you. Know this idea of themselves or even even Jeff has asked in the past like the question. About like Yo- you're talking to me. You're talking to the audience at home. You're talking to your tribe mates. Isn't that confusing so But they're still. It's still like an interesting to me. That's like the most interesting part of the show. Is the human inside like struggling with all of those different demands of like. How do I reach these three audiences and perform identity? These three different ways So at that final seven vote is WanNa talk through a couple of the other Perspectives that we had from these different players for Tony that he was actually really cool. That you know it. Sarah is the one who says okay. We need to go after nick. We need to get. We need to get ban on board with this and that was a really great Sort of like Djeddai moment with Sarah talking with Dan. Yeah like he's driving the car and then she turns around to the point. Where ben is pitching Tony like. Hey what about nick and you know if you want some follow your lead you want to. I trust you. I trust your gut. So that was that was really fun but then after after. Nick wins that immunity challenge. Did you think the timing was right for Tony to finally take out Germany after he had kept him around for so long? I Tony's concern. There is still really valid right. Which is that you know if we eliminate Jeremy here than we have to contend with the potential of Michelle. Nick Denise Situation Although Denise like the did not seem to be that did not seem to be a real consideration for her. Yeah it was. Denise has been in a weird spot where that? It seemed like that last week she was very much doug in with me. She made a final three with Michelle. And Nick and said Hey. Let's be the final three seemed very dug in with Kim to the point where she did not even want to talk with Jeremy Anymore and I think she addressed that a little bit in this episode where she talked about a couple of times what endure and let that. Yeah which I thought. I don't know if that was the name of the episode is the penultimate. It was Jeremy Jeremy. From the very beginning it was the penultimate battle or saw during like go would have been a good In good Title the title of Denise Biography. What did you think she got the tattoos? No she said she's never gonNA get tattoos. She also she said she's Never GonNa get to but if she does she's GonNa get endure and Laco a full circle moment because denise comes into the survivor universe where she's on the beach with Zane night and she's talking about all of Zan's tattoos and how she can tell chuck his tattoos and so she's her journey is now imitating Zane. Like that's the end point of future. Denise can look at herself as Tattoo of Oh endure and let go. You must have been through a two very powerful experiences that caused you to get those tattoos. Let's say endure and let go so is Zane future denise like is there some sort of transmogrify yes? Zane is future denise. I did like denise one who I will be most curious to hear her end of the game interview because from where she is strategically we have not been presented a coherent portrait at one point in the game. She was like super tight with Jeremy to the point. Playing is over for him than than it seems like. She's completely over Jeremy. Now she's super tight with Ben as you said last week she was super tight with Michelle and nick and that was her her gang making these limited a lot of people as as everybody is like where she actually lies. I don't really have. I mean based on this episode. I would say she's you know tight with with Ben Sarah last episode. I would have said like nick and Michelle. Yeah we did get the see the spy nest pace and dividend. Asa eventually tonight. In regards to denise where Denise has a conversation with Sarah and Ben and says hey we can't be Tony How about this could find like. Let's try this one. Yeah Yeah and it was interesting to that. Tell me why it was. It wasn't an easy it was just Sarah. You think. Put Her foot down. Was like not denise because the narrative we saw it was like Tony went to Sarah for Tony goes to naked and Michelle. Listen I'm going to pitch this ben idea but like if it's definitely this denise idea then we see him talking to Sarah. They're kind of like the cut away from what they're actually saying. So like your guests is that. Sarah was sort of like no. Let's stick with this gang and eliminate Neko's planned. Yeah because I think that if you really think it through okay all right. Denise is a great person to be in the in in the final four with us she's probably not gonNA flip whereas opposed to if you take denise out now nick and. Michelle there pair and now let's say somebody comes back from the say Jeremy comes back from the edge of extinction now all the sudden. Now you're heading into a potential three three at the final six. Who knows if they're going to have some sort of an advantage and think they probably felt like the nieces a safer bet if okay? Let's promise Denise Final Four she's a good person to go to yes she could win an endurance challenge. But it's probably going to be something that's a bit more of a you know Competition in the past. It's been sort of like these Tends to be something where it's just like stand in one place and hold on for dear life. That's niece's challenge that doesn't tend to be with the final four challenge. Yeah I mean now. Well now it's just fire but do you think that there's the final four minutes now it's more like it's more like what Ben Down you know..
"ben about" Discussed on Here & Now
"So let's get the big picture on all of this Texas political news with Ben Philpot who covers politics for k. UT and Alana Roach, who covers politics for the Texas Tribune. I started our conversation by asking Ben about the fact that Ted Cruz only has a lead in the single digits over Beto aerobic in that Senate race. I think that if you consider what's people think is going to happen across the country in this election, and you have a candidate like Ted Cruz who is popular, but also not as popular as some of the other Republicans in the state. Then you know it, it kind of makes sense along with the money issue, a veteran lineages, he's raising, you know, twice as much or so, a lot of small donations, small donations not taking any corporate pacts not taking any special interest groups according to his campaign. You know, I mean, it makes sense that it's kind of a little closer, but but how close Linda being in November. Is is going to be interesting and crews still has the edge in all of those polls where it is close and there's a decent number of undecided and those right. Usually swing Republican, win the cows, come home as you might say in Texas, but, but we'll just have to see what happens this year. So we across the country. Remember Ted Cruz in the presidential campaign was not a big fan of President Trump. Let's listen here to him. After Trump had implied that Cruise's wife was ugly, a half to say, see him. Go deeper and deeper into the gutter. It's not easy to take meal. I don't get angry off. But you mess with my wife. You messed with my kids. That'll do it. Every time Donald, you're a sniveling coward leave Heidi, the hell alone. Okay. So that was then this is crews talking about Trump's handling of the economy and more in a recent interview on Fox News.
"ben about" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The 21 whatever it is you want to say more background checks web zero zilt nada no impact whatsoever and the socalled gun crime debate nut nothing to do with it we all know that by one cannot think of anything that along would have stopped some other lawbreaker from breaking it doesn't matter the democrats are going to run in september and october on a platform of eliminating the presidency of donald john trump they want trump gone by any means necessary so if the democrats would count so what the republicans and pass a meaningless piece of gun legislation and then allow the president to invite them to the rose garden and a stand there behind the president solving a problem that will never happen the democrats care all bunch more about politics ben about policy so if you give this president a major victory on guns which will have nothing zero zilt nada to do with guns committing crimes in the hands of vicious criminals that would destroy their narrative in the fall that there's chaos in washington that trump could get nothing done so why would the democrats and honest silver platter the issues they want to run on of the president which you'll throw in a garbage can it will never happen and i don't care what you say the improvements might be whether they're bumps stocks hey are fifteen's whatever you want to ban whatever you want to stop we have ten thousand gun laws right now in ten thousand different ways that prohibits criminals from committing vicious activities bump stocks hike clip capacities twenty one not a teen a socalled assault weapons ban which failed under clinton greater background checks so what had a gun show so what what does that mean does that mean the sandy hooker that means but teen or that means fort hood or that means gabar gifford's wouldn't have happened absolutely not and the democrats note and the republicans note and you know i know it so how in the world is the president wasting his time talk chuck schumer about gun control one he knows or should know that those democrats will never stand behind him in the rose garden and give them the victory the same thing about immigration we all know what needs to be done with immigration build more the.
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"Bottom of what happened in this matter as well as reviewing our processes for responding to formation that were seized in the public he says it's up to all markets be vigilant and when members the public contact us with concerns we must act properly and quickly this day after competing proposals on immigration reform failed to get sixty votes in the senate the minimum to advance president trump is tweeting cannot believe how badly daca recipients have been treated by the democrats totally abandoned republicans are still working hard we spoke with bloomberg news reporter or let ben about yesterday senate session and what happens next simply isn't enough consensus that the pulling into many different directions at one of these situations where you have you know liberal democrat going off in voting against it for one reason too much border security you know not enough of it did not just on the young immigrants and then you have conservative who want all kinds of other things flake restrictions on legal illegal immigration and that's something that the democrats on ports you kind of just have both and falling off and you're not left with the big enough metal that equal sixty and this is a big problem because um the the lack of action in the senate they're saying they're not giving up at already some senators are just really looking to something very pared back the there's talk of maybe just a threeyear extension of deportation protections for the young immigrants called dreamers and maybe think if they can put that in the omnibus and what a potential mess that could be because once you start talking about that then somebody else wants something else and then somebody else wants border and then we you know we just had a government shutdown uh and i think everyone's not really looking to to complicate things and this could do at least complicate things again mr talking about a spending bill i also another thing i would add is you know it's now entirely up in the air whether the house will act at all on their own plan on immigration they've been trying to test the waters with people on a more conservative package drafted by uh judiciary committee chairman bob goodlatte uh but they really they're not they don't really know that even have.
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"Among job fucking shit we want to another now we into another thing with the settled by his main danny glover man it and the ben about him in the movie is bet he it's been a typical mom movie the is right down to some of these same dialogue in scenes him and his son which his saw it looks like a younger more without version of him really yet in the movie you could see where they have similar faked facial features in order at the the casting works is it his actual cern no no galeano's you i don't think so you know no it's up and they had that one seen whereas like we don't wanna war pa we got to do something slowdown back in my day see that way i am backing your day pops uber what is there to twenty years ago if you can't get it done than i will you know how many times have we seen that seem to him in with too many yeah you just come to count on this is what's going to happen we gotta do suck the now though we must negotiate whipped uk do an old man that alqaeda dr we've seen net yes ole usually the the sun is he's got his own crew is if what my dad say we're going to go out there and do ourselves osce you've seen as well in a dinner and a formal one another yeah man it's now it is bad and all the floors i'm telling you with these buildings oh you root for the to you because i told you what mary done is too throughout this whole film the builders alike mary you don't want to do this and you like.
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"The intent as always ben about games and fund experiences and game play first and vr is simply not there yet so him saying this is like the not being truly fun i'd only that's as shade as it sounds i think it's just a fact where the so far vr at its best is experiences and it is more like living movies or like shooting ranges and things like that do not fun game play experiences right it's more just like you're just in this world immersive things so i feel like until there's a fun factor figured out with vr nintendo's name you're part of it well novi vr for nintendo tim malaga other games are coming out foul know what was in the digital mammograms shops were when ago official list of upcoming software across each and every platforms this by the company games daily host each and every week and doodoodoo doodoo duty due out today t tv2 on pc outright the at a new day twofer at omega auto mega september 19th pc only its ubisoft out of from he would go home so there you ideals of the day i tossed this one in their canada's getting playstation 4 bundles for nhl 18 an nba to 18 on september fifteen for three hundred in seventy nine dollars canadian now let's check in with the readers but first i want to say that reader males brought to you by bomb fell bomb fell is an online personal styling service for men that helps find the right clothes for you bomb fell is easier ways the easier way from and to get better clothes as you know i talk about some issues i hate shopping so when these people approached me and when i go here what are you like to wear when don't you like to where do this do that will soon send you box a close ally as pretty cool so it's on it's way i'm very excited for adults.
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"Black in assisted zero moment where you try and put yourself in the mind of those two officers absolutely not because i would never do from buys kiet like that that never cross long i would never do that do you feel like it's like do you feel like the cop in a moment it's rodney's black is what frightens the cop and that's why he pulls is gonna now he's the bully l if he if somebody gets hurt as money gets injured akil he's gonna get off he's behind that blue bad she's the bully is that we think of cops slate rid largely that's how it is that's exactly how it is not ef in them but th about it because it's hard for me because i think lake like it's clear that there is discrimination with that exists within the police force in the people who they are sworn to protect and serve but like at the end of the day there's probably a hand like i dunno i couldn't give you a percentage but number of officers in which lake yes they are probably vineland individuals who don't belong in a police force but i would assume that lake a majority of the cops mean well have probably probably have some sort of bias where they don't think i see a black person and i'm gonna like i'm going to get that boy play that there is like a lick there's some started triggered response in and that the police are constantly being put into different situations where they feel under threat and concerned and that lake is like a whole host of factors leading these moments were somebody is shot and killed it's not just that they're out here bullying people you say that because you're you're white that's why you say that i'll tell you what i tell you what we can try this go to my sister we'll make sure we could get you a week to ten islam it yourself spray black and i guarantee you'll get a different response there you try it bet we can make you will of that boy i'm telling you you will see a huge difference in that's just it like sitting like sitting there in that moment i i felt i felt the gulf and i just kept wondering lake how long does it take to fill that.
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"But then geneticist trend the tape recorder off so what was what was happening in that moment well okay said the backup and so meeting somebody like a chip would you know like there is a sort of hope in that i believe it the thing about a chip would a sheriff the police chief is that the only have the power to fire a police officer and nets really about it after that it goes into the court system in so for natasha her son rami twenty three years old unarmed was shot and killed by two police officers to in traffic stop after the shooting a judge ruled that the two officers had done nothing wrong made acted in accordance with the law and it just so happened that 45 minutes before that an i showed up at her door she just got an email from her lawyers saying that the appeal that she had filed against that decision i had just been rejected and so we sat there in attaches apartment for a while we actually even left for like an hour eventually came back canada's hit reset on the whole thing michie natasha musembi should a rainy launcher reds he's got a big big smile nix malcolm bright white smile and we sat down and her kitchen table on okay so if you can walk me back to the night that kind of everything everything happened june eleven two thousand twelve natasha was at home 930 at night rodney who is twenty three years old was at back from college and outdriving natasha's car that's when on the phone call start happening people calling same something's going on which a car i knew something was wrong so i immediately started screaming outside to see if i can get might it to respond to help me so i can get awry nobody can't pay mouth i started running down the interstate barefoot with laugh leaving recall walk in the door or anything like that then she a family member actually picks her up uh the drive to the scene she gets there looks thank to people everywhere police cars and i wears rodney eyles looking for my vehicle and in my one covers this fascist he's over there plenty about twenty feet over to where the car come to a stop at it collided with gas station but these she had the the back.
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"Mention is dead joubert belongs his organization called her which is the police executive research forum it is big coalition of police chiefs and in 2016 proof put out what they called her thirty guiding principles for the use of force and the number one principle rather than being some something law and order law and order is the sanctity of human life hm now just a month after perf put out those principles to the biggest police in organisations in the world the icp international says he should have chiesa police and the fraternal order of police the big policing in both came out against these guiding principles basically seen it being a cop is a dangerous job in some of these principles make it more dangerous and then just like eight months later so the icp and the fraternal order of police started to adopt some of these principles publicly despite that there still is a bit of a divide between the organizations but according to bed for the very first time i think you're seeing these massive conversations the police weren't talking about this two or three years ago ha i don't know man just thinking about this like he's got these women who have i've become kind of a political force you have also this growing movement of cops who her possibly changing way policing is done in america at least maybe slowly but cumulatively it does i hesitate use this word but it does make it does feel like reason for hope right and i thought if at the same way to bite there was his experience than i had rifles realized how far hope has to go that's coming up right after this break so st too this is ryan percy calling from stover mon radio lab is supported in part by the alfred p sloan foundation enhancing hinting public understanding of science and technology in the modern world more information about sloan at www dots loaned orgy i'm steven governor on the next freaking amish radio the science of handwriting we found in our studies that laptop no takers didn't significantly worse than students who took notes long hands in is the pro handwriting movement the sinister physician of big pencilled in the.
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"You now total rubber quickly when i first when the philippine police department we were shooting people at a crazy rate on an accidental discharge the office your had your finger on the trigger when they would go to grab their person if that person polled removed you would jet jerk back and it was a natural reaction dish we used to trigger so it's and it's all back up to the police academy and we all had a beach retrained or how to keep your finger on the side plate of the weapon not on the trigger show that that happen you wouldn't accidentally trip in fire and shoot somebody and you have thought it was armageddon oh my god they're gonna get as killed one reality what he did was each slow down your feel division it slowed everything that split that make a difference that blood given i didn't make a difference made a difference a new not shooting because that splitsecond let you see what you thought may have been the color of my glass coming at my cell phone was a cellphone so you by yourself a little bit of time and this is the thing that you would comes back to you again and again is this idea of time in certain situations slow down when you're dealing with a mentally ill person slowdown mike would have you can do use coverage is creates in space to by yourself another thirty seconds that extra thirtyseconds may be the difference between eu saving your life in somebody else's life another interesting thing was in ben ben found this that also through some of the report him with other police chiefs is the idea that some police chiefs the only to hire kids at a high school nineteen 20yearolds in part because do there was this the textile out but certainly not a communicators like this in and when it when they look up in the top to somebody i'm and i'm serious about whether the drive through mcdonald's and they could pissed off the person ordering cheaper halle how did you do it it should just their demeanour just the way they act in fact been told me that he thought you didn't police chief who told him the young people who are coming into the.
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"That read a lot about him listen biased and always seems like dumb sick it this feels like a kinder way to save fear like a fear of a black person in that fear is greater than what you would feel when you're in carrying a white person when you're out on the job as a cop when you look at some of the shooting sugarcoat of video and i and i think of the poor school janitor who lost his life in minnesota oh the other clinics jochen there is a guy who told the officer in the one certain termed i'm a good guy i have a gun permit you can't get a gun permit if you're a convicted felon you can't get a gun permit of your drug dealer so with a minute that young man tells that officer i have a gun permit for some unknown reason that officer threat level with the baby in the car and got a guy is good his kid is girlfriend the cornerstone has gone from an older this is this is needed karstadt for some reason in and the reason is because of the colour of the main skin all of those things never registered black i receivers black his pocket and as you and i would like to tell you in all my years of police liquor sit here and be naive and tell you that we don't you don't want people at a twenty eight year practitioner law enforcement a second asian cup i'm a at what i see on his videos i could not believe that my profession in some cases is that out of control some of them i understand what's going on i mean you wrestling underground for your life and you and me and you know there there are times we have to use deadly force but the incident in south carolina the incident minnesota i mean are you kidding me looking at what are we doing i mean how do you how do you try trained that out of an officer said that we make a traffic stop they're not already operating with this level of heightened fear or this perceived threat in my opinion number one you have to train tactically sound you have to train using it real life scenarios that take that extra splitsecond before you fire your weapon and i'll give.
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"The house as well as miss laura marling and the hilarious comedian best selling plus the royal academy of radio actors will be there are first call radio players in a song of the week called me jomaa madden all this and much more hoped will join us a very hunger opinion six to eight this evening repeated tomorrow from eleven am to one pm here on kqed public radio am jet of iran i'm robert grow which and just pushes pick right back up with our our story from florida with tampa bay times reported been montgomery and their own on that kilty i so d two d two is daytona led fifty three of may third daytona beach daytona beach battery m what happened was went to the saying was these women mostly black who have lost people to police violence and i'm time sitting across the table from an african american city calcium in daytona beach and i told him what i've been working on a told them some of the numbers we learned and he said you you really need to meet our police chief jio themes mike chitwood earth just the edges the migratory okay he's the police chief of daytona beach known for its wild raucous spring break scenes are they have bike week the draws 500000 bikers from all over the country daytona international speedway and on top of that the permanent population there's like sixty two thousand people in over that sixyear period they've only had four police shootings and that slow jeffrey see like that that's really low jesse i need.
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"Scene we and lane vow until they were able to get the path moslems pronounced dead and so kosulin i talk for a little bit an online fire in trying to permit that again as there is water around certain this myself people were you guys from in florida for florida haifa ntambo kasowitz which made the drive now quite know what i was expecting i i guess i just thought it was going to be a local event for this one person but as i started meet people i started meet people from all over from tampa from palm beach whereabouts america i mean there were people from all over the country is flat by brooklyn chicago georgia in is this is if my son to nari asserts he means people who in these teeshirts at king shared many had two of with the big picture of a young black man's face or a name out they represent ames's laps there is one woman with a picture of her sons if great graduation photo on her shirt this is capping gown in red he was fourteen years old when he was killed he was also buried in this same cap in his gown men another mother this point on the fourth here so i have made me about sixty seven who had the name of her 23yearold son rodney mitchell on her shirt at one with thank uefa peter laura thin black in yellow one i have this he make macomb color while i have a black and white i had deficient well yes and i started seeing shirt after shirt after share it and i think that a 10week forty people had shut up in their all these different shirts i realize like oh this is not just a thing for one person this is a network almost everyone there had lost either a cousin or a brother or a husband even even a daughter to police violence in fact when a later splits one of those women need is heard at one with wasted richard nixon thatcher clemens her 23yearold sign roddy mitchell he was shot and killed by police turned traffic stop were actually going to get in that story later but she told.
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"Florida demographics near what is the percentage of africanamericans in florida it's not 40 percent it's more like seventeen that's rate which meets ultimately that if you're a black person in florida eur are four times as likely to be shot by police then if you're white students cells much right now but the breakdown up between fatalities for their same demographics in its without they're going through this particular set of numbers fifty point nine percent were carrying a firearm nine percent had a blade uh seventy percent involve some form of resisting arrest and we talk with numerous times over two years you know drilling down on those numbers and as we were doing that fifty point nine percent he knows weird i certainly feel like i'm really glad that we have these numbers finally that in itself is a good thing but to further down ninety one of the five seventy or sixteen the numbers themselves don't really get you very fought in percent six ten precise as one percent of the report here it's just like yeah this is only one ultimately limited way knowing the proper yeah i mean i mean what will were mees like the hunter now it's back to where we were in why we wanted to start this method mass such still just moved by the single case individual cases and it's hard to remember that each of these is you know mean they're all written in this deployment investigations revealed that a s pd officer matthew falah received a call this staccato sterile police speak fowler approach department 255 hinged confronted by white male later identified as anthony styles armed with a knife it apartment 255 council every one of these every report is at least one human life someone was either in a more often than not gravely injured or killed us we have on this tabled the investigation the deaths or severe injury of eight hundred thirty one people who noor so all the we decided to do in collaboration with the tampa bay times we grabbed a couple of soldiers right off been montgomerie's giant boulder stack the follow wherever those stories mightly matt guilty and ben travelled around florida on a few different occasions talking to you the people behind those statistics you heard and today we're going to bring you one of those stories and if you're interested after this episode you can had to our website radio lab dot org and can.
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"Of paper any paper generated when an officer fired a firearm and someone was injured or killed as a result of that shooting now this involves a year of work county police departments getting lawyers involved this is a massive thing that volve probably no less than one hundred people but eventually lisa ben put together the most comprehensive police shooting database that we know of showdowns la back within our producer met guilty down to the tampa bay times is this them right here to check it out yeah pauline emmy documents he think add sitting on the sta news prevalje five thousand pages at a stack of paper that's about as tall as me six feet tall got an broken down by county but you can see uh so a b bay county boca raton boyden beach uh all or through the alphabet now this latest have all these a manila folders with tons of papers and them spread across and untied asked as a combination of a use of force reports civil court records and media clippings the represent uh eight hundred and thirty one shootings i hope every shooting in the state of florida and the and six years time two thousand nine to two thousand fourteen so he did was go through all of this material scrape each of those reports for every bit of information that we could yet that we thought was useful um circumstantial soft at in while the swat team that involve a an arms suspect was there chase all the demographic information for the the firing officer or officers and the people hit by those poets than we thought let's like learn from these let's see how how we can compile the data and build a database and um you know hopefully draw some conclusions and lessons some solutions this all went into an online database the tampa bay times website you can check it out there i will also linked to have my website radio lab dot org highly recommend hopefully other organisations in other states will start.
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"Police each year how noone chiefs accurate statistics irs currently no national statistics on police shootings law enforcement officer involved shootings and it struck me at the time that liked what what we react to as all anecdotal you know once in a while one of these things will catch fire mirage ace and harrison fanned dubos john wall was going to learn and will become sort of the national story and i personally was having trouble a processing that like number one is there is it trending one way or the other are police shooting more black people and white people just very simply the problem is we don't know we have no idea because nobody tracks these fbi doesn't stay eight agencies don't for the most part and said that that that it doesn't exist somewhere within the police for an and self in the police department it does on the local level however it doesn't exist in any accurate way a by a broader agency and i could tell you how many pursesnatching there were in florida and two thousand eleven easing the fbi numbers or the number smith the florida department of law enforcement but i can't tell you how many times police shot somebody now there have been a couple of organizations that have tried to keep track nationally but everything that's done so far is incomplete because most those you'll let the guardian has an online database most of them rely on media reports to their only really key can track of the ones that sort of hits the public consciousness that's right to ban in his editors thought let's do something that's more complete let's do something it's unprecedented so i thought he had florida thirdbiggest state demographics are pretty similar to the rest of the country and florida has wonderful public records loss and legally it's easier to get information florida van and a lot of other places so horse of government then sat down thirty emailing every single police precinct in the entire state of florida as a casse and three hundred eighty eight emails asking for five years worth.
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