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"ben henry" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"News Time for 21 Set up here is Greg Rice. So we go to Brooklyn picking this up on the 10. 10 wins Jam Campese found between your McGuinness Boulevard. You gotta crash. It looks like at least the middle lane knockdown And you've already got a crawl on the eastbound between this just makes matters worse from the inbound. Go Want us through the belt merge all the way up to McGuinness Boulevard. Westbound beat, sweetie. We really need a reason. It's across from the white all the way on down towards the prospect Expressway Grand Central East bound. You could at least blame it on police activity before the L I e in the left lane. That's why your slam past LaGuardia Airport. Westbound cross broads right after the deed emerged that accident that had blocked the middle lane for hours finally gone, But the damage done, especially on the cross Bronx out of the broad Karoo interchanged Egan's awful either way West side as bad as it is, It's the best of it out. Here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels inbound Jorge's fine Despite the fog, Lincoln it's about 15 and 30 bus on the outbound ride, 45. At the Outback Holland with Ben Henry Hudson Sawmill combo a crawl right off of the Henry Hudson Bridge in the Bronx up to Westchester getting up towards the area of the Cross County Parkway as they tend to an accident. North bound Hutch don't bother that's loaded Across County, as is the Bronx River Parkway, be cost of construction work that should be wrapping up traffic is sponsored by Turo snowblowers. The grizzly winters. You Taurel Power, Mac Snow Blowers of Beast on Snow Act. Now get up to $100 off on select aural Power. Mac Snowblowers. So you're Taurel retailer now in winter with a Toro I'm Greg Rice on 10 10 wins the cities of New York. Seattle and others want to know who told the Trump Administration that it could decide.
"ben henry" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Damage or vandalism or even worse here's the words complicit that you would be complicit in that so police are taking a pretty firm stance tonight at least that that curfew is firm and we're just gonna have to wait and see if people abide by that aircraft missing good to chat with you once again I'm glad you were at that news conference today with some good perspective there and talking to everyone because we're trying to hear from this many state and city leaders as we can we are also trying to show you pictures of the people who wanna remember George in the right way right and we will check in with aircraft was sent throughout the day I wanna bring this up because this just came and we've been talking about the helpers who are out there and the people who are showing up with their brooms and and and giving hope to all of us who might be feeling overwhelmed by all these images that we're seeing R. Ben Henry spoke with a woman named Stephanie this morning it was a very emotional interview she lives with a disability and she spoke about the terror she's been feeling watching all of this unfolding around her neighborhood and seeing you know her stores and places that she goes to for food and necessities just being obliterated and and feeling helpless that she has no way to get to those to get those things and with the bus service and things like that being knocked out right now she has no way to travel either I want to recap that because I just got a message and from a woman in our community and and if we can get that sound right now I think we have a yeah I think we and then I want to tell you what just came into my.
"ben henry" Discussed on The Limit Does Not Exist
"Like a very decided optimist and I'm a very very strong 'em path and so I've been having to be really sort of careful with myself and just like really graceful with myself because I do I do want to sort of take everything on an mentally emotionally and for myself yet. Living by myself is something that I've been doing for the last year and a half and working from home is something that I've been doing for quite some time. But Yeah it's it's definitely felt very very lonely At a lot of times it's it's very easy to like notice that I While I'm very grateful that I have my parents and my brother and sister-in-law they're up in the bay area and that they have food and they're okay like in terms of my own family that I have cultivated that's rosie and like that's so again. I'm really working to be grateful that like I currently have food. It's a really random hodgepodge of I'm kind of calling it. My picnic spread. Because we would I could get at the store is like Salami Cheese and some produce. But that's like that's Great. You know Yeah I'm grateful that my parents have food You know that was like a whole morning where I was like. Do I go up there? Even though shelter in place is happening in the bay area. Like what do I do you know? so yeah. I think it's like absolutely normal in okay to feel absolutely opposite emotions At the same time and right next to each other and I think what I've been trying to do is just give myself grace and kind of try to myself in a really gentle way and be like you know it's okay for me like it's both things can happen. I can both work to find the silver lining and help lift other people up and I can just like really cried out. I'm her a while you know it's important then. Sheet mask and then she mass emerge from this with the best skin of my little. I have a sheet mass. So and I've been like waiting to use it but today's the day I think it might be. I'm also like digging out. All of my travel size moisturizer and lotion. I am not going to have asked. She skipped very least I can be hydrated and moisture is. Oh my gosh shopping. The medicine cabinet is such a great idea. Like I've been shopping my refrigerator to like I have created very creative meals for myself. I mean I ate a salad last night. Like if you know that salad is not on my favorite foods. I and I was like this. A regula is going to go bad and right now. I can't afford for food to spoil. No no eating a salad. That's right I mean. I was shopping my freezer. I have never squealed so loudly as to find seven frozen shrimp left and they're like oh my God this exchanges every day instead of like the only shrimp that's left at the store is like the forty dollar pack which is why people you know. I of some reese's peanut butter cups in the freezer that I'm trying to about until the moment that is so desperate that I need them and they will self discipline that to give so much respect to this is such A. I don't WanNa see unfortunate time to be a freelancer or who pieces together. Income from a lot of different places but but it is certainly a challenging time for that You know if you are suddenly finding yourself entirely unemployed or I think like me and probably like you projects that were slated to go ahead and maybe around. Pause the unforeseeable future. We wanted to pull some some tools and resources that we've seen so far will link to these in our show notes And you know if you guys come across any other ones and wanted a tweet them at us. We will continue adding to the show notes as as things come online but yes play. You found this incredible list of Resources for the arts. What yes included. This is a great exhaustive list and certainly not exhaustive. But it's robust from creative capital. I think they're based in New York. But Yeah I mean I. I think everyone's just heard me audibly sigh into the microphone. Because like you said Christina. I do have some work happening right now but people very close to me have no work for the foreseeable future and so there are resources that people are calling together. They may be band AIDS. But it's something and so this list which I shared on our instagram stories. As well and by the way tag is on Instagram to will keep highlight going of resources Up In our highlights as well as on twitter and our website but this lists a lot of great relief funds and it's being continually updated so everything from emergency grants two general types of of resources. Like for example. I sent my brother one last night for musicians who are currently out of work because tours or events have gotten shutdown so You know I think it's definitely worth clicking on the link and then from there there's many other things to click on. If you apply yeah but Christina you found also something for a New York small businesses to yeah so New York City is offering a small businesses that have fewer than one hundred employees zero interest. Loans of up to seventy five thousand dollars right now which. Oh really quite lovely an for micro-businesses those with you know five or fewer employees They're offering grants Sha cover forty percent of payroll costs for the next two months in order to You know keep you from having to lay off employees. Oh so We will link to both of those As well as You know there's a fund that we found Convert Kit Creators Fund. They're giving five hundred dollar micro grants I know. Their initial bulk of money has all all been depleted. But I think People have started to to see that there are great kind of clearinghouse for these grants and more people are donating so I would could You know head that way. Add your name to the list. You might not get right away but as they fundraise more. I think there's going to be more Available so check that out. That's four childcare groceries medical bills or five dollars. It's below the taxable income. Whatever so So they can just give it free and clear So check that out. That's great you know honestly just File for unemployment. That's kind of the the number one If you're eligible file for a lot of states are waving the Investigation period or the waiting period. Usually it's like ten days or so after you file a lot of states are waving that so you can start getting unemployment checks right away and you know there's there's talk of lots of different ways the government either state or federal might step in. They've pushed back the tax filing deadline by ninety days. So you've got an extra three months on your taxes. I mean obviously. This is a highly Evolving situation but I would say These are a couple of places to start and I am optimistic. That Even though we don't have a strong social safety net in this country that individuals are not gonNa let their neighbors go hungry or get kicked out of their homes and I. I hope they believe that this is going to bond. Us stronger has realized that we need Everyone in our community to have a base level of safety and security in health. If we want to have that ourselves. I think what's helpful for resource like this? Creative capitalist is is certainly know having worked off of ten ninety nine for so long filing for unemployment is not necessarily an option if you don't have W. Twos it can be really difficult to even qualify for things like this so I think it's really worth clicking through looking through asking friends and colleagues I think for me certainly. The freelance mentality has been one of will. I don't have a corporation backing me up. You know I don't have certain infrastructure and it can feel like when it goes away. There are no options But I'm very happy to see that they're popping up now again. They're not going to necessarily match the income. That's been coming in but I think the message is that you're not alone if we can say anything it's that. Hey it's Ben Henry and Marcus hosts of the last podcast on the left are shows dedicated to uncovering hilariously horrifying stuff. And now we're only on spotify. Join us if you want. Obviously we'd never force anyone to just blindly bad be crazy but if you like stories about doomsday cults who do exactly that and more please on spotify visit spotify dot com slash last podcast to listen free. Hey guys it's bobby bones host the bobby bones show and pretty much always sleepy. Because I wake up at three o'clock in the morning a couple hours later I get all my friends together. We get into a room and we do a radio show. Wish you're alive. We tell our stories. We try to find as much good in the world. If you possibly can and we look through the news of the day that you'll care about also your favorite country. Artists are always stopping by to hang out and share their lives and music too so wake up with a bunch of my friends on ninety eight point seven W M Z Q in Washington DC or wherever the rotates you on the iheartradio APP..
"ben henry" Discussed on Personology
"The name Albert Einstein is virtually synonymous with the word genius a theoretical physicist. He developed a theory of relativity and brought us the most famous of all equations equals MC squared. He changed our understanding of the universe entirely creative original brilliant and Quirky. How can we understand? What made him tick? Hi I'm Dr Gail Saltz. And you're listening to personality thrilled to how with me today. Michael Jordan professor of modern and contemporary history particularly the history of science at Princeton University and he is also the author of the new book. Einstein in Bohemia was born on March fourteenth eighteen. Seventy nine is born in the south German town of old and his father. Hermann Einstein was a an entrepreneur in electrical engineering firm which he did with his brother so that it was a family business working in this kind of electrical technology and Einstein's early work especially work on special relativity is also linked to electrical technology and a bunch of ways and Einstein worked in patent office largely as a specialist evaluating electromagnetic technologies. It's also the hottest area of physics and is inspired engineering. At the time. It's interesting that did carry through. Although his father really wanted him essentially to go study engineering and joined the family business. That is not what Albert wanted to do. So in that sense they departed from one another. I mean his father essentially let him depart if you will be as though it's some sort of break between the two of them relations don't seem to have suffered terribly because of this. I would say they're in the solid middle class bourgeoisie. But they're not at the top of that they're kind of in the middle but There's always a bit of a struggle going on. Einstein seems to have been mostly shielded from. And when you look at childhood pictures. He has all the classic. Joie child pictures of like bullying school uniform against the backdrop and his relationship with his mother. It sounds as though she is the more strict tough if you will presence in the family between the two parents though. It's not like many people's relationships with their mothers. It's close but it's not unfrocked so. His parents are very typical of Jews in the bourgeoisie. In that period in living in urban Germany they were largely assimilated. They did some of the very surface traditions but didn't observe in any way. They were completely irreligious that regard. When Einstein was about eleven twelve he became substantially interested in the Jewish tradition and started studying the stuff and even preparing thinking about a Bar. Mitzvah and then around age twelve he abandons all of it was it scientific readings material or his his commitment to science. That made him give it up yet so we actually have very few sources about Einstein's youth but one of the sources we have is from a medical student in Eunuch. Who would visit the household so one of the traditions that the Einstein's did which is a sort of classic Jewish tradition for the Sabbath meal have a Talmud student over at your house religious students and feed that as a way of supporting their studies next homeland leader immigrants to the United States changes? His last name to tell me told me writes a book special relativity explaining it to a popular audience and at the back of it. He put his memories of what Albert Einstein was like as a child. So it's one of the few sources we have of that period so Max. Tom Would really hit it off with the boy Einstein. So there's there's over a decade of difference in their ages but they spend a lot of time talking. He works through the proofs of Euclid with him from textbook uncle had given him and they read Other kinds of popular science books together. He gives boy popular science books. And it's that engagement with a scientific explanation of how things go that elite him from religion one of the things that makes Einstein so interesting to think about is he's a mixture of unconventional things and enormously conventional choices. He does both of those in a weird mix. He picks an unusual first spouse but then he expects her to behave in. Exactly the way a conventional spouse would I think in some ways the mixture just as we're talking about in terms of the type of student that he was so on the one hand he clearly excelled in math and sciences certain way and that was where his interest lie in other areas. Not so much. There's a very common method. Einstein was a terrible student. And that's just not true. He was a very good student in the math and sciences and he was a decent mediocre decent students in other areas. Some of that is lack of interest. Some of that is also lack of talent He clearly he had a hard time with languages. Some people learn the more easily other. People want them greater difficulty. His lack of facility with French is one of the things that hold him up and enrolling in the university and he needed to take a year or schooling to get his French up to snuff started learning English when he was thirty. Thirty thirty one and Always learned to kind of imperfectly and his German is enormously expressive almost poetic and places. He had a real facility with the language but not a facility with any other language even though he was eventually competent in French and English and could read some Italian this collection of attending to only things that really really interested him and clearly appearing to not attend and be able to have the same facility therefore with things that did not interest him and then going on to not only attend to the things that interested him. But like what you might call hyper focus. you know a deep dive that few other people could maintain for the lengths of time that he did the depth that he did. And that's why there are some groups that look at that collection of behaviors and say. Could this be a person who has attention deficit disorder in the sense that attention deficit disorder is not the lack of ability to pay attention? It is actually the faulty switch in one's ability to attend when one wants to attend so that even for example. If you're not going to do well in Greek or French and you have to pay attention. You're able to get yourself to pay attention but if you had you would just not be able to do it. You just could not make yourself do it. But if the math fascinated you you could do that better and more deeply and for a longer period of time than somebody who did not have. Add and in addition many people with add because of this faulty switch their ability to harness innovative ideas and to have a greater number literally of out of the box thoughts that are related to daydreaming and fantasy and so on is often superior as an adult. He was perfectly capable of spending many hours paying attention to things. He thought boring and useless. If they satisfied some greater goal so he did a lot of fundraising for the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. He found these idiots and pointless but he would do it. He engaged in extensive correspondence concerning the League of nations. And lots of other efforts such as writing affidavits for Refugees and the Nineteen Thirties and trying to get them positions either in the UK or in the US. He complain about how much taking but he would do it with focus so it's not just the mass stuff that he can do this where he can do with a lot of things. I think it's just when he chooses to apply himself. He clearly did cultivate this image of the absent minded professor to some degree. I I don't know perhaps as a way of checking out when he preferred to check out but the whole I don't time is shoe laces. I don't wear socks. My Hair looks like just stuck my finger in a socket. I you know He. He clearly cultivated this image. That vision of which I know everybody listening to this has migrate now. He did look like that but he looked like that. The late thirties onward earlier. If you look at him in the twenties he's dressed in a suit. He's got shoes. They're tied and some of that. His wife died and thirty six and she stopped dressing him but when he needed to look respectable he looked perfectly respectable. It's only as he gets older that Either maybe he doesn't need to. Maybe he cares less. So it's it's not clear to me whether he always wanted to be kind of Schlub. And then finally got the chance. Or if the propensity to sloppiness grew over time. This is a good spot to take a break. Be Back in a moment. Hey it's Ben Henry and Marcus host of the last podcast on the left are shows dedicated to uncovering hilariously horrifying stuff. And now we're only on spotify. Join us if you want obviously never force anyone to just blindly be crazy if you stories about doomsday cults. Who Do exactly that. And more please on spotify visit spotify dot com slash last podcast to listen free..
"ben henry" Discussed on What I Wore When
"Hey it's Ben Henry and Marcus host of the last podcast on the left are shows dedicated to uncovering hilariously horrifying stuff. And now we're only on spotify showing us if you want. Obviously we'd never force anyone to just blindly be crazy but if you like stories about doomsday cults who do exactly that and more please on spotify visit spotify dot com slash last podcast to listen free. Hey I'm Joe Levy and I'm latest episode of inside the studio. I sat down with one of the all-time great singer. Songwriters game's tailor. We talked about his new album whereas music comes from and how telling his life story through. His songs has helped him. Music saved my life but I was lucky also to survive. I did some very stupid. Some some years at were were just really high risk unnecessarily so a lot of people around us died. So join me. Joe Lee editor large billboard for this and other in depth conversations with the biggest artists in music. Listen on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you get. What do you feel like when you know? You're meeting with your stylist and you guys decide on a look and it just appears and it's the perfect or you're able to go into a showroom or you hear that designers want address you I mean I just. I always loved fashion. So it's kind of like wow. I'm living my dream. I now and I I see fashion as you know just like my music is like the visual part of what you wear is so much an art But also it's a little stressful sometimes because it's like there's this thing of like a hook by by wear it riot hope. It looks good on camera. Like there's a kind of guessing element to it like in the olden days like the Gr- grandma's like they used to have seamstresses and they used to so they're enclosed and like. I like what I like to do is buy something that's too big and then have adjusted and that's like a secret of the great like Hollywood stars something unique Like I would do that with address I'm all my all my jeans of my like jump suit. I wear jumpsuits at the moment. And the bye-bye them aside sue big and I just them a Lotta Times. I WanNa talk about your new album. Now Oh cool. Yeah has has becoming. A mother influenced the album. I feel that has because I took him into the studio with me and I think it created a softness in me An Vulnerability Anna Strength. So help me kind of embrace those parts of myself and Yeah I mean I. I got a producer to produce my whole album instead of me. Co-producing IT I Linda Perry produce a whole thing and I just felt like much more willing to kind of let someone do that and trusts. And we co wrote the Song. The songs together and we've just ended up with a body of work is really has like a good flow to it. And it's fun and his Energized and I feel like that's definitely influenced by where I'm at right now. Linda has a really unique sense of style doesn't she? She does yes. Yes it's just wear top hats. She does. I told US yes. Yeah in Komo news was your so. What did you wear when you were recording new album? Did you wear a lot of Komo knows I were a lot of things? Were flowing. Why because it's like. It's comfortable but so glamorous. I was listening to one of the songs off the album yesterday. Roller Skate It's amazing thank. You love it. It's so chill Yeah I found myself listening to it on repeat I had it on when I was working in cool and I was prepping for this. I was listening to it at home and I was reading some of the comments some of the Youtube comments when I was listening to it and I just wanted to read you a couple because I thought that they were really interesting. Cool Greasy Oh boy says the fact that. Natasha is finally coming back with the new album. It all just feels like everything is right in the world. It's really nice.
"ben henry" Discussed on FoodStuff
"So I'm Donovan Delacruz Aloha I am in the state Senate. I been in the State Senate since two thousand ten and I represent central Oahu. Which is why Ninety Malka. It's we're all we're Dole for starting so when I grew up your seven thousand acres of pineapple land in central Iowa. What was it like growing up with with a weird culture? No so it was. It was the norm for us. I mean we saw a pint. My grandparents came from the Philippines to Apple Mike Dad in the fields during the summer when he was growing up. So it's it's difficult to see that. Hawaii has really transitioned into a much larger diversified agricultural society from pineapple and sugar. And so I I mean I think there's potential there's some nat that has been lost because of development but it's not that easy just taking finally turned him into the risk fight egg because pineapple requires a different kind of infrastructure. What are some of the projects and initiatives that I do a lot of work in environmental and Agricultural Policy? What are some of the projects you're working on right now? So I got to the Senate and before I was in the Senate on the city council and so when I was on the council the city dedicated funds to purchase some Eglin partnership with the state and the army so we thought about Seventeen hundred acres of land. That was once del. Monte land the Monte Pineapple Apple which is right next to the Dole and we actually find is that purchasing thousand twelve even though we budgeted for it in two thousand eight for years and since then I've added more and more money to the budget. And so now we're at about forty one forty two hundred acres of pineapple now in the states ownership so what that does for us is now we can provide long term leases farmers any private landowners. They all normally hold up man with a long term lease. It'll probably be ten and fifteen years Max. Usually you're usually five years or one year and the farmer can go to the banquet. They're kind of lease so with the state. Purchasing land providing long-term lease is now. They actually have a business plan. They can go to a bank. They can get some investment and the state also offers writing credits so any whatever you invest into the Land for agriculture can actually be credited against your niece the seats by locking up to sixty five years. Yeah yeah absolutely. Is that a normal amount of time or is that because Hawaii so in particular small and so expensive land in Hawaii is really expensive. What sixty five years actually allows a couple of generations to farm a piece of property? So you know. We don't see too many young people wanting to stay in egg and I'm with a with a long lease. Hopefully that inspire some people use to stay within the family business of agriculture. These are really big complex issues. How do you? How do you work with the community to figure out what will help? Everybody wants something that they can see. Immediately that's difficult. Is You know because it takes a while to get money into the logic to buy them and it takes a while to actually go through the process of releasing the money spending it might purchasing air but we also have to put in money for water infrastructure. So once we just we have the land that doesn't mean making a wage because pineapple they need water. Ramilia Rain Candle. The when you do that you have to put money in for water infrastructure. So we're looking at a variety of solutions. One solution is actually recycling water then is is in a nearby lake and we also bought commercial property so that farmers can process where. There's already electricity water sewer. And hopefully we can create a critical mass in a clustering of companies there and the other thing we're producing is a value added manufacturing training facility. You know so. Hopefully we can get people interested in becoming entrepreneurs to make more juices cosmetic products spirits. Candies cookies and that can help. Create a demand for grain certain products as well. Is it difficult getting your fellow? Lawmakers on board with these kinds of policies so everybody has different Focus you know. Some people will focus on human services home. Some people focus on education. I think generally people support egg by unlimited funds. It's competing with all these other pressing needs and so this land that we've been trying to purchase into my district. I mean trying to build that inventory up. Hopefully we can get up to six thousand acres. Daddy thing we've been trying to do is do a land swap. We'll be proposed a land swap where the state would take private land for agriculture and trade. That for the State owns along the rail night so the private guys develop around the real life they can have that land and we take we take all the agriculture conservation. That now is an idea that you're on the legislature. How did how did you decide to make this year focus? Might I mean I think I tell. People are using my blood because I grew up around other pineapple fields. My grandparents my parents and my great grandparents came from Puerto Rico and they worked in the sugar fields so agriculture has been in my family for five generations. I mean my great grandparents came in one thousand nine hundred boy. Can I ask what kind of foods rate growing up? Oh I did he pineapple. You mean to the point where I didn't. I stopped eating another because he was so sick. Yeah now it's not now. I can drink it needed. I mean you know Frankie's here is really sweet. So by apple has evolved a little bit eat a lot more avocado than people would trade with light. She would see oranges mountain apple here differently. Hawaii but people would trade a lot. People would have a lot of fruit trees in their yards. I guess now because you have certain kinds of development people don't have room for Jeez I don't know if people wanna take care of them either. It's a lot of work and so hopefully that culture changes. Is there a dish that tastes like county of my? I ate a lot of Puerto Rican food when I was growing up as my grandmother would make Puerto Rican inside well. He's like Patel as and duty race and I eat allow. That's if he's you know and I think every local person if you're local you love Max. Sally and Hawaii Fried Rice. I think is very different than any other areas fried rice. We just throw a lot of different things in there so I'd rather have. I'd rather eat fried rice and white rice not work interesting and teaspoon. We have some more of our interview but I. We have a quick break for tumor sponsor. here's the thing. Saving money with. Geico is almost better than playing pickup basketball. Because there's always that guy who joins your game. He never passes the rock. He constantly bricks threes. And who completely hack you? And then put his hands up and say no foul no foul with GEICO. It's easy to switch and save on car insurance. No need to fake. An ANKLE SPRAIN. Because you're absolutely exhausted. So switch and save with GYCO. It's almost better than sports. Hey it's Ben Henry and Marcus hosts of the last podcast on the left are shows dedicated to uncovering hilariously horrifying stuff. And now we're only on spotify. Join us if you want. Obviously we'd never force anyone to just blindly bad be crazy but if you like stories about doomsday cults who do exactly that and more please on spotify visit spotify dot com slash last podcast to listen free. Emmer back. Thank you sponsor. Let's get back into the interview but about twenty years ago when I was before I got in the city council actually wrote these guidebooks to polling the restaurants and so he talked about these unique delicatessens that were could only be found in Hawaii. Those slowly disappeared. So you only have a few left. It was called as you hungry. This is twenty years ago but So the delicatessen would be a buffet line of different types of noodles. Different types of needs different types of fish and prepared differently and what was unique about it is it would be all different based on different ethnic groups so you would see. Philippine style cooking Chinese style cooking Japanese style cooking and those are all the different.
"ben henry" Discussed on The Limit Does Not Exist
"Pies. Twenty-five tarts there'll be crest and dough recipes there would be fifty fillings and also fifty designs. My designs look more complicated than they are to execute. Obviously I'm not a trained pastry chef. There's no crazy techniques. It's just a little bit of patience and time and this cookbook will hopefully show trained professionals as well as home. Cooks as well as what? We call armchair bakers that they can achieve these works of our as well in their own homes. This is very exciting. I fancy myself to be an amateur pie maker in which the pies that I make are very delicious but very attractive. So I'm very excited about your book in hopes that that might up my design game obviously flavors the bottom line but it never saw something that looks nice to. I have to say the title tree. I know lights both Christina and I Hey it's Ben Henry and Marcus hosts of the last podcast on the left are shows dedicated to uncovering hilariously horrifying stuff. And now we're only on spotify. Join us if you want. Obviously we'd never force anyone to just blindly bad be crazy but if you like stories about doomsday cults do exactly that and more please on spotify visit spotify dot com slash last podcast to listen free. Hey guys it's bobby bones host Bobby Jones show and I'm pretty much obviously because wake up at three o'clock in the morning a couple of hours later on my friends together and we get into a room and we do a radio show. We share our allies. We tell our stories. We try to find as much good in the world possibly can and we looked through the news of the day that you'll care about also your favorite country. Artists are always stopping by to hang out in share their lives and music too. So wake up with a bunch of my friends. I ninety eight point seven W M Z Q in Washington DC or wherever the rotates you on the iheartradio APP. Could you tell us a little bit about your my American Pie Project? They my American Pie. Project is a collaboration with the residency. Nyc which is a collaboration lab run by the AD agency BBDO based in New York. They had reached out to me looking for fine creative partners and new projects to kind of develop so did some brainstorming with them and we wanted to obviously take advantage of what I do and my medium and also my platform And also with my background and social work. I'm always looking for ways to kind of incorporate my professional training and also my personal passions with what I do now. Sometimes it can feel a little trivial or frivolous to make. Pie are on social media in there so many things happening in the world in so many ways that I could be. Maybe a productive or proactive citizen and so out of the kind of desire of always looking for ways to incorporate a lot of different things. We came up with this my American pie project where we casted group of individuals with really unique stories who identify as Americans but maybe have cultural backgrounds. That are what people see as non traditional and we wanted to give people the opportunity to tell their stories and kind of share and speak to especially this current political scores or the current tenor in this country. Where you know people are having a lot of discussions about what it means to be American. Who GETS to identify who gets to tell people Whether they belong or not and we thought it was a great opportunity to kind of participate in that discussion while also making pies and featuring them in perhaps a different lights and their incredible yet. Especially when you see them right next to the photo of the person who may represent really lucky that we found some individuals with really powerful stories and one of my favorite parts about this. Collaboration is just hearing the feedback and response from people. Saying I you know the story really resonated with me I really identified with this person or you know this really opened my eyes to a completely different community that I am not in touch with or was not aware of so. It's pretty cool to think that something like pr or that. An instagram account can be an active participant in storytelling and also joining a larger conversation about what's happening in this country. I love this. You wrote in your own Hashtag. My American Pie Post you wrote. I'm generally not Asian enough not quite Latina so it seems both ironic and perfect that I now we imagine a classic American desert for a living. It's equal parts not traditional enough and not radical enough but American all the same. Do you have any words of advice or encouragement for someone who feels like? Maybe they're too much of something or not enough something else. I think just constantly being reminded that everybody is unique but nobody is alone. I think that's kind of one of the biggest takeaways of this series of the response that we've gotten to a lot of these stories and posts is just people saying you know identify with that or I realize I'm not the only one or also an interesting mix but this kind of opened my eyes to see that it's okay to be different. It's okay to not be entirely one thing. So just you know constantly reminding yourself that and those are things that make you unique but unique doesn't mean alone that's right so lauren. We've been talking so much about your pies. We would love to dig into your pie process a little bit being. This are Pi Day episode after all. So let's start with pre-production shall we call it? Where do ideas come from? And how do you go about designing and planning your creations? So most of my inspiration sources are non food related so things. Like textiles patterns stringer anything with bright color. I have pies and tarts and my instagram feed. That are inspired by patio furniture and public bathroom floors and bamboo purses and maybe a shirt. That is awesome stranger walking on the street wearing that I can have stored away in my memory bank for later. There's also I need to bake something. And there are batch of apples that are going wrinkly in my kitchen or this is on sale at the grocery store so I am inspired by kind of tactile things but also determined by what's available to me. I remind people that I am a regular person shopping at regular grocery stores. So it's this is on sale. This isn't season. This is what we're making. You see that geometric tile on the public bathroom floor. How do you translate that into the actual math of your pie? It may surprise you to know that there is no math involved in what I do. Math has always been my worst subject so another irony of this journey. I don't do any calculations. I don't do any measurements except pertaining to the recipe but in terms of design. It's I am often just kind of winging it. I never draw things out. I never do rough drafts. I just kind of get an idea in my head. Maybe I'll scroll through some photos saved in my phone and I will just go for it and pretty much. Everything you see in my instagram feed is just the result of a creative session. There are definitely fruits that slice better or holds better or certain dough designs that I know will work better in certain configurations so sometimes that will help guide the sort of design that I go with but for the most part it's just kind of color affliction of the crazy brain just stuff happening up there and then you know stuff happens. So how long does it take to build a pie to go from an idea to the pie sitting in front of you before you're putting it into bake? How long does that go? And how many failures do you have for every success? Every Pine Tar is different. Some of them are pretty easy to put together. Some of the designs are also come together really quickly and then some of them take much longer. I'm the thing with pie is that there's a lot of steps in a lot of resting time. So you know something could take me up to eight hours. But it's not necessarily a hours of me standing at my kitchen working. I usually make a huge batch of dough one day and then I let it rest in the fridge over night so that the next day I can focus on the actual assembly of the Pie. Usually designs take me anywhere from thirty minutes to maybe a couple of hours for ones that are a little more involved and like I said. I don't sketch anything out. I don't do any rough drafts. And that's largely because I feel like the more concrete of an idea. I have the more frustrated. I am with the final product because working with fruit. And Oh it's not lake drawing something with a pencil you have full control. You just have to go with the medium and see where it takes you. I would say I don't have that many failures but mostly because they don't always have a concrete goal in mind besides just having a finished product just show usually whatever I make. That's what it is. I'm sensing a second book here with a title kind of Zen and the art of Pie making it feels very in the moment. It's very inspiring nine. I'm looking for my next step. There's a life philosophy to be learned here for sure you know how in those big war movies you get a lot of and a lot of well you ever wonder how all those guys eight after the big battle or what they did if they had no food at all. I'm food writer Jacqueline Roseau. And we're digging into the history of war and food on the iheartradio. Podcast service better in stories of hunger and war. Sometimes several whole been full of fright them in each episode of veteran takes us back in time to their frontline war and food story the move ahead powdered eggs and I hated those powdered egg. Plus we get some history nerds to weigh in two eggs are really technically difficult preserve and they still don't do a good job of it. Binge the first World War Two season of service veteran stories of hunger and war on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Were ever you find that? Tastiest history podcasts..
"ben henry" Discussed on Historical Figures
"Harry met up with a group of escaped slaves gathered at a local abolition. Towse and led them north. There was a young baby. Among the group and the travelers feared the child's crying might attract unwanted attention and endanger the entire group, but Harriet fed the baby sedatives to keep it quiet on a long journey when the to Pennsylvania the group took refuge at an abolitionist house while Harriet gathered the necessary funds to get them all to Canada. Once the funds arrived, Harriet lead, the group onwards out of Pennsylvania and across the suspension bridge over Niagara Falls and into Canada in Canada, they settled in Saint Catherine on tarot and integrated community which served as Harry its base of operations for six years between eighteen fifty one and eighteen sixty Harriet made several more trips to the south bringing up groups of escaped slaves to Canada, she travelled mostly in the winter when the nights were longer and she could ferry large group. Under the cover of darkness. The escapees included most of her family, except those who had already been sold away her brothers. Ben Henry and Robert had already attempted to run away several times, but had been forwarded each time until Harriet arrived to help around Christmas in eighteen fifty four Harriet came to escort her brothers to freedom. Ben and Henry met her at the appointed place in time, but Robert was late. His wife was having a baby that day and he agonized over leaving her behind, but he was facing a looming sale to a slave holder down south. So Robert's wife eventually forced him to go. When Robert arrived at the meeting place, however Harriet, and the others were already gone Harriet had a strict policy of never waiting for anyone who is late not even our own brother. Robert ran all night to the second meeting place where he joined up with Harriet group. And began the journey north in eighteen fifty five Haret's father Ben Ross purchased. Her mother Ritz freedom for twenty dollars over five hundred dollars in today's money later, Harry it's parents and dozens of nieces and nephews also made the journey north spent the next several years traveling between Canada and the US ferrying slaves to freedom. She gained a reputation for her ruthlessness, Harry, it would not allow anyone in her Liberation Party to risk the safety of the group whenever a slave. She was helping got cold feet or tried to run away Harriet would threaten to shoot them. She kept drugs and sedatives on hand for young children. If they cried too loudly Harry would put them to sleep. So as not to give their position away to slave catchers her tactics clearly worked over her many years of liberating slaves via the underground railroad Harriet never once lost a..
"ben henry" Discussed on The Weekly Planet
"No, I'd give it a why? Because it's it's it's on the back of a series that is just bleeding out instead of doing anything to revitalize it they brought the same guy into the same stuff. Yes. And it's just dreary and nonsensical can cut heads off with Sam he doesn't. And then it's just metal flying around for the last twenty minutes that movie's a one deals I think superman returns is a one. Yes. Because it's so sad and dreary about Valkyrie. That's a full. What about Jack the giant slalom? That is not good. Okay. Then we got what else we got? Who else? Justin said Kevin Smith might clerks and cop out too, many clicks is not a attain, but I say this call Pat is definitely a one. I think Lexus at ten now considering how they married that. Yeah. Pretty spectacular cave. Malo suggested Joel Schumacher's Batman and Robin and tiger Lind. Yeah. Federov is not a one. I think it's a one I think I think in the context of let's Mike him movie that is less not mayor than Ben Henry turns. And he's more Batman. I think when okay. Well, let's make it like the sixties. Let's make it campy and stupid. I think at the time I was upset by it. But I think in retrospect, I'm like, this is absolutely unacceptable version of the Batman mythos so stupid, and and technicolor another no good anymore. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. You're gonna they won't. And the others. Oh, should I let me think of one off the top of my actual head has that sound? I love the sound. Put about John Calvin sound like the thing like ghosts from ghosts of Malaya overpay Jackson. Yeah. I mean, and even even then within the same within the same universe CD..
"ben henry" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"That are coming back stage, and we just stare I mean, I just stare and just working the recorder or during any of that. I'm really proud of you. I'm. But I'm trying. I've all sex. So in the interest of that, we did pose Donnie the best dressed men, of course, of course, at one of the people that we were both having eyeball sex with Milo Ventimiglia when the cast was this is us was in the back pressroom two bodies away from us. He is so close and he had a Royal blue velvet tuxedo on that had the black satin lapel, black shirt studs. I mean, he just he just was a classic tux. We've got I every if you need to to see some of the hot guys Chadwick bozeman who looked really amazing ramming Malik looked handsome kind of a combat boot with his tuxedo yet at worked. And I thought John Krasinski looked hot as hell. I didn't think Emily would mind if I had I bel- sex with them. Ben Henry Golding look like just a perfect snack. I was just like, oh, it is gold LeMay jacket. He reminded all head to toe and Tom Ford. Get you reminded me of bye, bye birdie outfit. Conrad birdie. Birdie? He had the goal tap. Yeah. It become red birdie had gold pants too. And this he had black pants at the other person that fine. Even though I'm having eyeball sex just from the neck up. You know, I'm trying to not look at that suit. That tuxedo. It's so Colonel Sanders. Here wasn't it was. But Chris Sullivan who plays Toby? And this is uh saw he really add on a really cool baroque kind of jacket. You know, it was a very dapper dresser. Yeah. He was checking out his phone. He's standing back there and stage and all the little kids on this is us wanted the microphone there are so cute and talking about what inspired them, and there's this little girl, and she's one of. Bassin random Sandoz daughter's the oldest say. I just have to thank God. I just wanna theme inspired by God if every day. I like the adults. They did this last year. They let all their kid versions of themselves talk. Don't talk it out. It was so sweet. And just everything is she was so itchy kept taking the microphone. Yeah. The yellow turban in the yellow dress in the. The lady and it was a kid. It was a kid because you're talking about it being bad like, it's so cute. Yeah. So she had unlike like hiking boots underneath her dress and Starling anyway. So just. Sex Abdur, don't I mean? Can you can't help it? When you're in a situation where you're surrounded by that many good looking genetically gifted people. We're just there for you to stare at you. Them urban dictionary. I'm not making this up. You know? But I mean, it's, you know, it's something that's. A real thing. Get moving on. Do you have something besides we keep talking about? Gentleman. Okay. Thank you. Because we saw almost all I mean, I was having sex with Jason Bateman, and I and I've never been previously attracted to ever ever ever. But the beard memory told you that the sex Monday thing about how much a beard ads attractiveness. Holy. I completely changed. My view on Jason. He was scruffy looking. You guys having night. Was it for him? Like, you say it's going to say without a doubt. Thank you. Magic eight ball. Gosh. Well, anyway, but I mean as example of like seeing that him in this. Yes feared it's made his. He he's I don't know. He just I don't know it just somehow made him look like more. Maybe. Yes. Right. May add socks. Yeah. And then you I get carried away with Milos moustache. I love that Dan must and then Justin Hartley is like blindingly good-looking because he is tall. And he sits and talks to everyone. Yeah. And he's so. Tillis just beautiful and his wife. They dress kind of like because he had a navy Sudan. I mean when the suits to the dark colors and just a different shade. It's really you having more sex than you. I'm just letting you own at because they will probably looking at you more than me. No. I mean, that's a joke. Donnie, Madonna Evernote with you in the self-deprecation now. People in this just tried to get her way up as close as possible. We're in the second row by the end of the night. Yeah. We were seriously. Where did you start the last row pretty close? Could it be honest? We're not going to show you the picture, but we were monitors. And I mean, I let myself have a little bit of eyeball sex with Michael Jordan, just because I love him, and I just tried to again, stay focused on the neck up because he had the unfortunate be harness from Louis Vitton in the nice floral just slapped over his tuxedo jacket. Didn't look cool. Like it looks like you'd see at the Beverly Hills hotel. Yeah. It didn't look like Timothy Shamma lease when he did his. It was Llamas. Looks like light bondage weather data. He'd style. Black sequin over a black shirt. Looking at him. He is like the coolest I would have given anything to Vinet because Hugh Grant and Timothy Charlemagne we're at the same table. Oh, could you imagine sitting at one point the camera cut away to these two beautiful ice necks of two different? We had a bunch of exercise snacks to Danny. Yes. We did. Last week. Anyway, sitting next to each other. Okay. And Hugh Grant is you know, I mean, he's famously awkward. It's no we have him have you ever seen? Anyone embarrassed? So often I love him about that. And when he's embarrassed he's kind of a Nazi boy. The category of best drama. I mean, he's seated next to the most endearing young Mary. Come along. Even seen his latest movie you've seen him in. But one thing, but he's reading the program the cameras cut away. Didn't you see that? I'd probably do the same plea. Oh boy. Now, Michael Jordan, minus the hardest. Also wore double breasted did that work out. Collar. It looked like a leash. Yeah. But I mean sprint. And I'm like why? And then Timothy is wearing leather pants. Oh, killed Lori. Have you seen him in except for Manchester by the sea? He wasn't a Manchester hedges. Yeah. Okay. Okay. So don't.
"ben henry" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Grain and Ben Ross Mindy at four sisters line a-. Mariah ready so f- excuse me, five sisters and Rachel and four brothers. Robert, ben. When Henry and in Moses, so yeah, there's a whole whole group of them. So I guess what it says four sisters. But then oh, I'm sorry. I messed out four sisters as messed up mount notes, I read Mariah and ready to separate names. No Mindy at four sisters, Linda, Mariah ready. So Rachel there we go now to make sense for brothers. Robert, Ben, Henry, Moses. Okay. Harry and her family did a variety of jobs as the farm on which they were born didn't require quite enough work to keep keep them. All busy, Anthony. And then, you know, later Eddie would would hire her and her parents and siblings out to other white families in the surrounding area. And apparently, Harry it was a bit of trouble maker for whom she was working for Anthony constantly had to threaten her with being sold and separate from her family in order to get her to do what she was told. Now, she is described in the historical as troublemaker strange kind of phrasing to me what she really a troublemaker or was she just someone who really hated being bossed around by people who owned and beat her. Her and Hurrell tips. I don't know if that's a that's a trouble troublemaker as much as you know, just somebody who like most of us really wanted her freedom. Didn't like situations us in this instance. So inherits mother was away from the cabin working in the quote, unquote, big house, Harry was often tasked with carrying for her younger siblings. Started when she was five years old when she wasn't much older than that. We don't have exact dates ages for some of her childhood activities Harriet was hired out to amend named James Cook, supposedly initially to learn weaving. But then she was a initially instead sent out in harsh winter weather to set muskrat traps in a nearby Marsh. And all likelihood she's probably on seven or eight years old when she did this my God whenever I read about what kids used to or forced to do in. This case, I'm reminded to give my own kids more responsibility crowded turns thirteen years old and a few weeks, and I wouldn't trust him to catch a muskrat if his life quite literally depended on it like if I was trapped in some kind of Snowden cabin with. Cuyler just two of us. I broke both my legs, and we had to depend on him kind of catching some kind of food in order for both of us to survive. I think that both of us would quickly except that we were just going to die. Yeah. That son. I need to go. Catch some muskrats who are goners. All right. Okay. All right. Love you do kinda why are you just taking off your boots and sitting down? How you catch muskrats dad you, and I both know I couldn't get ham sandwich. Someone said it on a playwright outdoor. I love you. I'm gonna go lay down, and I wanna play fortnight and tell him too weak to stay awake. And we both die seven or eight was too young even for Harriet catch muskrats course, it was and winter work conditions broker down. And she eventually contracted measles. Becoming too weak to work further. Her mother rid convinced Anthony to have a return home. So she could recover and then once your health improved. She was sent right on back to Mr. cokes property this time, she really was supposed to learn how to weave. But now, she's a little irritated about the whole muskrat situation. She refused became uncooperative. I get it once again returned home. And I imagine based on where we're about to hear probably beat severely. She was next hired out to women. No locally as miss. Susan..
"ben henry" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"That said this mood at pop and Dell in place mocks was across a corpse lights buried, and he'd sent the same letter that police after he knew the police had received a letter curtain staked out a hiding spot and Gidley watched as the police uncovered the body again again this time he didn't even he didn't speak to the police this time he just sat and Latin giggled in from a hiding spot and just watched all of them. Of course, like watched all them fall apart over having a dig through garbage to find a little girl's body, right? It's the giggling yet. It's the giggling. Yeah. And oh, you giggled the whole time. I did also for did forget that. I did forget that detail when he was a strangling the girl at the fair to death. Yeah. Just giggling the entire time just giggling maniacally. And you know, and he he learned that he learned that from the dogcatcher, do you? Remember the dogcatcher used to do the same? Just to laugh and laugh when he was torturing and killing dogs out of all the forms of laughter. Giga lean is the most nefarious. It's the scariest one good chuckle. Yeah. Chuckles shuki. Check. Yeah. There's no there's no horror movie called Dr chuckles. Oh, However, I mean. Yeah. But Dr giggles now, that's a great doctor giggles is a fantastic ninety or Mook Lassic absolute classic. Guys. There's nothing I like more than getting practically everything I want on demand. I imagine you're the same way too. You can listen to Ben Henry, and I discussed the vampire of Dusseldorf at the gym at the park at work wherever and whenever you want..
"ben henry" Discussed on Civics 101
"We are winning west on a win. The brand new poll out this morning shows independent voters breaking for Democrats in this year's midterms fifty three two three nine percent. Alien RT puts us past early voting numbers from the last mitchum elections. Is your voter undecided about whether you want to participate in these midterm elections. Election has its status as a coast to coast battled for the house with President Trump Camplin pressure. The first. Evening changed America. Tenant brings me extreme sadness to say, the we are at the end of this midterm addition series. Great joy to have complete fit. That's right. And we have another thing already in the hopper. Stay tuned. We have an amazing series coming. We want to thank all of the people we interviewed for the series. And there are many in. They are wonderful. That includes Keith hip Hughes. Cheryl, cook Kallio who used in every single episode. Bakari sellers. Dan, the six fingered man casino and e Bush Barry burden independent candidates Miley foster the team at mid pot. Oh, Heather Atwood Panetta special. Thanks also to Dylan Scott, Ryan Williams Leah scarring on Jeff stigler sheriff candidate Andy Wilson. Justin, LeBlanc, edgar's, all of you. Dr Peter Levin, guy, marzorati and Tim. I'm today's episode was produced by me McCarthy with Nick Kappa DJ, our executive producer is Eric Janik. Our team includes Ben Henry and Jackie Hilbert. Maureen McMurray has an I voted to instead of a sticker music. In today's episode is keen Moreira Zora broke for free and blue dot sessions civics went to one is a production of HP, our New Hampshire public radio..
"ben henry" Discussed on Civics 101
"An alligator patch and let them be eaten by alligators. And he rhetorically said to the audience and our debate, how could we think that anything less than death is what this heinous and atrocious murderer deserves my answer to him as why would we think that a single relatively painless death by lethal injection is what this heinous and atrocious murderer deserves? Why don't we stake him out in an alligator patch and let him yet eaten alive by alligators. There's always a few people who think what's a pretty good idea. But most people say, no, we don't do that. That's uncivilized. And once they admit or acknowledge that there are things that people might be said to deserve because of the heinousness of their own baby that we don't do because of our. Civilization, humanity, if you want, then I think you know you're on my page if you believe that and you know, I think deaths should be one of those things that we don't do because that's not what civilized societies do that we have plenty of serious punishments that takes seriously wrongdoing without taking the awesome step of ending people's lives. Carols Diker. Thank you so much. I wish I'd known you in eighth grade pleasure to be with you. That's it for civics wanna one today. Our show is produced by Jimmy, could eras and are executive producers. Erica Janik, our staff includes Justin, paradise, Taylor Quimby, and Ben Henry music for today's episode by Lee rose fear. If you've
"ben henry" Discussed on Civics 101
"House and senate is in no mood to challenge president trump on this particular issue now they may at some point rise up and challenge him on some of the other ramifications of this trade war and there certainly are many people in congress who are most disturbed at at least the retaliation in the trade work for example republican congressmen and senators from farm states and there are many the repub dominating the farm states and they have many people on the ballot this fall who are worried because they see for example soybeans suddenly being the subject to tariffs in asia and asia eats a lot of our soybeans and we sell a lot of our soybeans to asia so if suddenly that trade is inhibited not necessarily stopped of course but just cut back a little bit that means a lot of farmers in the united states are going to be stuck with a lot of soybeans they can't sell they've overproduced they're going to take a loss in some cases it may be a highly significant loss and those republican members of congress and senators might just be feeling that even as soon as the midterm elections this fall so you use the word trade war several times how do trade wars and trade wars can only end really with new agreements between the participant countries to cut it up now this can be done in a multilateral way we have had over the years a series of meetings that went on for not just you know a week or a month but for years where countries had delegations that would go to international locations for example montevideo uruguay was the sight of some of these negotiations for a number of years it was called the uruguay round of there was also a round of such negotiations ah back in the sixties that was known as the kennedy round because it had been initiated by john f kennedy when he was president and these negotiations workout elaborate and extremely detailed schedules of tariffs between countries or they just eliminate those schedules and say we're going to have free trade in this particular commodity free trade in this particular of manufacture a more often they're working out the details of the actual tariff schedules and those can lower tariffs raise tariffs and usually you're getting together to agree on lowering tariff so as to have more trade so as to increase worldwide commerce that's what these negotiations have been and there's an organization there is a working document that's known as the general agreement on tariffs and trade gatt often referred to as get and you'll hear people talk about getting goshi actions so that's how to answer lowered over time and that's how they're brought under control or you can have free trade agreements such as nafta the north american free trade agreement or the transpacific partnership that was negotiated with a number of asian countries not china china was not part of the trans pacific partnership in fact one could say t p t was intended to oppose chinese efforts to impose its trade had gemini or its its domination of the economies of asia and anyway tpp was negotiated over the last several years and the first thing he did practically within his first week in office was donald trump withdrew us from the transpacific partnership ron thank you so much thank you had up thinking that was ron elving he senior editor and correspondent on the washington desk at npr if you want to hear more ron elving you can check out our episode in the electoral college at civics one podcast dot org there you can listen to all our old episodes and you can get transcripts episode of civics went on one was produced by me hannah mccarthy j are executive producers erica janik our team includes ben henry jimmy gutierrez taylor be justin paradise and jackie hilbert music in this episode is by ryan little civics one is a production of hp our new hampshire public radio
"ben henry" Discussed on KOMO
"Matchup congratulations to a student from western washington university breezy johnson she finished in seventh place in the downhill at the winter games in pyongyang chang fellow american lindsay vaughn in what was a likely her final olympic downhill race ended up taking the bronze in germany has a chance to pick up it's first olympic hockey medal since nineteen seventy six in innsbruck what it was west germany the germans spoiling off the biggest surprise of the olympic tournament stunning topseeded sweden in the quarterfinals four to three the us eliminated by the czech republic three the two more sports in 30 minutes on your home of the huskies komo news i'm tom glasgow well this unusually cold weather has sparked an increase in house fires comost gade cohen has one example from skyway as farrand flex her sifts through rubble he searches for words what feel what it feels like to lose everything i know no flames ripped apart is skyway home i started a little fire right here investigators say embers from his fireplace ignited something in the living room for on saw the smoke and ran out nurse for quite total roth it was one of two heating related fires in skyway alone certainly when it gets cold outside we do see a spike in home fires but colleague down with the red cross says recent numbers are relearning in just the past week they've assisted about fifty people in western washington because of house fires that is a bit of a spike for us which was concerning i see an inferno ben henry lost his apartment earlier this month when the unit below him caught fire after two weeks of red cross assistance he moved into a new home you know you you always think about what if what if this happens of me but took forward to actually happen it's just surreal lights a jury it feels like a dream ben says his perspective on smoke alarms has changed the red cross has a program to put these in your house for free we want to get one of these in every home that needs one fraud smoke alarm didn't have a battery in it i also busy with other things i just forgot to put it in the red cross says they're smoke alarm programme has say at least three lives in our region likely many more than that you can find out more about it at komo news dot com.
"ben henry" Discussed on KOMO
"Flames ripped apart is skyway home i started a little fire right here investigators say embers from his fireplace ignited something in the living room for on saw the smoke and ran out nurse like total roth it was one of two heating related fires in skyway alone certainly when it gets cold outside we do see a spike in home fires but college downey with the red cross says recent numbers are relearning in just the past week davis dead about fifty people in western washington because of house fires that is a bit of a spike for us which was concerning i see an inferno ben henry moss his apartment earlier this month when the unit below him caught fire after two weeks of red cross assistance he moved into a new home you know you you always think about what if what if the happens amir budget forward to actually happen it's just surreal waits a jury it feels like a dream ben says his perspective on smoke alarms has changed the red cross has appropriate to put these in your house for free we want to get one of these in every home that needs one fraud smoke alarm didn't have a battery in it i also busy with other things i just forgot to put it in the red cross says their smoke alarm program has say at least three lives in our region likely many more than that you can find out more about it at komo news dot com did cohen come on it is 543 fox news personality and former prosecutor jeanpierre old has pleaded guilty to driving ninety five miles an hour it is sixty five mile an hour zone authorities previously had said that a state trooper clocked her cadillac going one hundred nineteen mile an hour this was on state route seventeen in nichols new.