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UNs education agency lauds worlds most exceptional teacher
"This extraordinary teacher even had a hand in helping to call off underage marriages speaking to you and newses anshu sharma. Mr de sal began by telling her what it means for him to have received this accolade a group this aboard lot of to my students. It's all about celebrating their success and at the same time this award means to teaching community as well because it shines light on teaching governor and it gives them other spec that they did so. It's not just about me. But i android budgeting. Who teaching in teaching committee had crossed the ball. So just talking about the moment i still remember the day told of december twenty and will win mr stupid Announced by name. And i think might know late. You might have seen that reaction. And i was very humble and i hope express methods so with excite winded fully loaded excitement. I just had my mom. It's a proud moment. Pull me as relates is like lifetime to to me. I never imagined to become up posing the individual who will become the global teacher prize else about your journey. How did you start as a teacher. Then how did you reach this milestone. you know. I never dreamed near-total becoming a teacher. I suppose to be in engineering. It's it's what my dream and my biggest fan of taking this inside food. And i decided to go to the mike In the technology. P i did started michael jordan. Engine in deal in in During college but had to leave it off. I went back to home with. I was ready to defrays. Toddler would detail who don't mean yet to advise me rented why. Why don't you go joining So i went there the train college and they're is realize what teachers can't do. The teachers destroying college had painted pure bass hitting me and change me throughout just experiencing that change. I thought of. I don't change the life of students so this is how i become a teacher. After completing bachelor's degree there in the teaser Go meant abundant me. The teacher in deliberations with And a stupid remember the day one well pupil january two thousand nine and i bendon and mice would put me to my classmates visit your classroom and i just looked at it. I was really shocked. I say so. I'm sure he said yes. This missile glossop rancid. So it's looked like cattle sit classroom. Twenty procedural looks like
"bendon" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Why got you wondering skin. That's zillion herbie onto their. I noticed i noticed. There's advantage on your arm there. The all did you get your on. The nose is bandage on your nose. I couldn't breathe did that. How did you hurt your nose. In the first place bendon down to tie mosul lasers as ridiculous like izzo. How could you hate yourself trying to tie your shoe laces while i was on the roof. Or you're on the route adult on the ground doing on the roof martyr. What were you doing on the roof. You always on the roof. Yeah i see. What were you doing on the roof. All i were making holes in. The rain wasn't leaking into the right places. Leaking in the right places wasn't coming now words the pans out own moral exalt there well. Rain is very important. Well i mean rain turns everything read. No everything green. Mike how this. He's been out marie. She stayed brown as she was out there. Doing the heavy downpour you. She was standing or issues. An order deep water. Yeah well it was up to her crank case..
Sonic Territories Explored With Sixieme Son
"Are people taking a chance on this thing that they've been hearing about sound and the importance of sound. During all of this total changing of our lives. Obviously led the branding. Sector to could blow. Some project postponed a we had great project with the Olympics got postponed in will only start picking up in in twenty twenty, one but Yeah. To said that once he would notice suspended so. I feel like people don't relate in the same which brands I think started. You know it's something that was already happening before the Bendon you mentioned it but you know all this brands are thinking way more about devil quote entity way more. I think. They. WanNa. Audiences in a more. Conversational way now on a more conversational level and also create this in Tennessee, I feel like you know like people are looking for transparency on. People tend to not believe advertising in those in those particular moment, they want that truth Ray. So. In our industry tendency that music conveys meaning will complete. DNA. and. But when we work on collide entity, even though it's still influence from our understanding of the brand. We tend to say that the voices mostly the. The personally fixation of the soul of the brain, which is a total different thing I mean. It's there's a lot to hear behind the voice like a obviously a gender tone. Accent. It's we work for different brands through the pandemic any and we told them like diversity is important. It's important that we know. That where you located. We devoted for your people. You know you value your roots and your origins, and that's that's crucial. That's that's important. Because you want people to engage with your brands through voice and if they don't know it, it's robotic. If it's international and that's so generic dated. So neutral, then they won't commit to your. This led to Tony Gender a timbers well, accent. Branding is obviously a language that is universally understood. In this language to make sure that it's pronounced. By the proper person and this person has to belong to the family of the prime. So these were project we worked on the law during the pandemic. And we wrapped up a couple projects as well like in terms of creating different territories. So it's just like things are economies is a Spiga but very, very slowly. So This. Has We. The needs and expectations from the consumers and brands they have to. Find this appropriate in in responsible answer to that. People are looking for more honesty transparency clarity as well. Sonic identity sonic environment that can help you create that engagement on a more emotional level. Of Physical Experience through retail or human interactions. Than need to find this This proper expression, his proper musicality, not only the proper tone of voice. I don't notice that a lot of brand changed the way they were talking about themselves in the rest years I think starbucks did a great job as well doing that. To reconsider your expression. To be once again, unifying, the thing boys could help you do that basically. Through the pandemic, we have to bank finding a new role model. Now, this new vocal figure. We help to Elan company working on stunning territory and creating this soothing reassuring environment. Vulnerable territory it also comes with finding the right voice with proper accents. And we worked on skills as well. Once again, had you created this conversational relationship was was devices. So we are developing more. Skillful vocal assistance. What industries would you say in particular are most interested in sonic branding in twenty twenty and post pandemic and beyond I wouldn't say like any industry has been more interested in sunning branding. Just think that they consider different things way more I think local it's going to be crucial especially because. Eagle nuts as inclined as touching devices. So how can I help you? But you stay away from you you know what I'm saying. So how can you commend? How can you pay? I, can you make interaction transaction in a more? A vocal way. But also in a safeway safe zone. Where we're heading into a touch less. I don't WanNa say touch less, but touch less community and culture through this. Sure. We're going to be much more weary of what we do and what we touch and what we say where we go everything's going to be different and. I feel like southbound and. Experiences is something that the consumer has wanted a better experience up until this point, but marketing and advertising has had their failsafes and people accept what they've done so far. So they haven't really pushed. But now with you know everybody wants an emotional connection, they want people to understand they want brands to you know. I feel like kind of sit with them out like they don't want to sell. They just want people to connect with, and this is the time when they're going to. They're going to start demanding and they kind of already are to get emotional experience and you get that through sound and through audio. So I in my opinion I think that the pandemic is just going to spur forward the voice industry as
"bendon" Discussed on Good For You
"I guess I'm GonNa Puke up a bunch of snakes and I didn't like I was? I also didn't do a ton I told the guy. Like Lemme just like ease into this. I'm a very newsy okay. Is it a Howard? Or T T e. It's a that tastes Super Gross. And it's also you can just do it for like a couple hours. It's not I had in my head that you're puking and shitting for like well people do enough to do that for four days. Because I've washed like document. I don't remember what it was like people were addicts. Were like healing with Waga. Yes which is amazing so like obviously there's something about it that's helping people and I think you have to be emotionally ready for it like you can't go in being. I don't want to do this and I like whatever I think experience. You WanNa get out of it. You're going to get out of it and my deal was just. I want to stop being sad about this death like I want understand death life and like make some kind of peace with this death. I WANNA understand why like I made a list of the things I wanted to get clear on I want to understand why a couple people that I have tension with like. Why have tension with them because in And then I was like I want to stop Defining myself through my productivity right like it was like a cow lick very specific things and I wanna see myself through other people's eyes because I assume people see me the same way I see me so in usually people like us way more than we like ourselves so I hope so shit but there's a person in my life who like I sort of like in this very codependent relationship with whether I would rescue in loan money and you know trying to help and kept trying to fix and kept trying to like and then when I did I was like Oh my God the more you try to help someone. They just think you think you're better than them it's patronizing you're taking away the dignity of their experience. Of course she's mad at you because she looks at you and just is reminded of all the things that equals anymore. And you and you you got through all of these points in within a minute just boom my God like boom it. May you're lucid knowing what you were trying to work through while you were taking notes I was. I guy broke a pilot story for this. This show that was I was like. Oh that's roller show literally was TV. Show the Second Night Stop. Kanye parties take care because it just literally wouldn't like a you know what happened at any given time. I feel like I have lots of different radio stations going. You know like doing this and you should be doing this. And that wasn't good enough and that was an you clean. This and I should go do this. And why did you do that? That was dumb. And you need to more lip gloss you know? There's just so many voices and when I did. It just took away about eighty percent of the voices. Oh my God and then a lot of the sort of like I was able to just hear things I didn't normally here is able to associate with things. I hadn't thought about a very thoughtful way. It wasn't you know again. I didn't do a ton but I was like that was incredibly valuable experience and did and did this last like did this change do completely forever. This is the weirdest thing and you know me. I'm very cynical. Were very similar. That way in and I'm very I Raleigh to like you know I've gone on and on bloviating about my Debugging astrology stuff on here. I hate astrology man. It's you bench. Instead of best Bendon said it best. It's a way for girls to insult each other without do really doing it. You know I'm a Gemini and someone told me on a set that I just met that day as you. What's your sign of Lega Janai? She's like oh you're black hearted. Oh why honestly bitch? Just if you don't like me just say me. How are you what's your like? How Hi how are you? What's your sign an Gemini same me? Art Lack arted. That is such a horrendous museum. Sorry and if there was no such thing as astrology and you just want to someone and said that it would it's an HR violation. I mean yeah I have not no plea but because you said Gemini and now all of a sudden you're alleged. Insult me to my face. Your Vergara neurotic and obsessive and like you're such a perfectionist and you're just like you could never talk to me like that outside of this context. It's not real astrology isn't real. I'm breaking the story you're doing. Asmar is fake. And I'm sick of it and you know what Hollywood cancelled so I could say whatever though guy.
"bendon" Discussed on Command Line Heroes
"bendon" Discussed on The Accessible Stall
"I read sable nursing's our own version of Beden snap so only going on so the true. That's so true bend and snap okay. This is not relevant so important. uh-huh disabled Bendon snap. Oh my God. WHOA Hashtag this dependence nap replay? Send us your videos. I also like another there. Were like work. I want her to be looking. It is time inspection and need an acceptable for. I'm ready. Someone send it to us to make it happen. Emily yes I can't I'm not even GonNa try it at work. I try to over difficult that that's typical disability ability stuff though exactly Omega is so before we drag everybody down this rabbit hole of Bendon snap into working being So Kyle and I like to do something at the end of every episode where we give final takeaway something that we want to leave. Leave our listeners. With as as sort of digest. What we've been talking about? So do you have something that you'd like to leave our our listeners about Hashtag culture in Hashtag activism and the use of Hashtags in the disability community. What is it that you would leave people with wash nicely about how shy coacher disability I would say that Hashtags ASHTEC's are deeply important to disabled people wanting to form community with one another wanting to deal understood the about the experiences that they have a lot of times? We're not believed among our peers. Lots of things that we face but disabled people will will be there and say I have been through that too. I understand what you're going through and you're not alone in that literally saves lives. I've always said it will continue to say the disability community saves lives and it's very important especially online where people are isolated in scare so I I would say ignore the trolls. Ignore the people that say that none of this works and really tune into what disabled were saying and they just WanNa tables people know that you can hear what you're saying. They'll always be there. Listening to good. Listener can confirm. Oh aw you have I mean really. I couldn't have said it better myself. I think that having that safe place to go although it can be fraught with a lot of Landmines and trolls at the end of the day. A HASHTAG and twitter can still be a safe place to go facebook but can still be a safe place to go instagram. Where you can find those connections in that solidarity and I think that's something that we can't take away from? The value of social media is what it can do to bring disabled people together So that's that's my final takeaway in Kyle. It looks like you're GonNa get the last word on what the last. Oh come on. You're going to have any follow up with that. You always always do this to me. You always do this to me you have to. You have cool. People speak first and then you're cool person and then it's my turn. I'm just like hi it's me I'm stable. No I just I don't really have one because Imani said everything that I could have possibly said way better than I could have possibly said it and emily are pretty good too So I'm just GONNA say that Amman is like a really baller guest and eat. This has been really really really cool eight final takeaway baller guests but what the accessible work. What a bow? Yeah we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA work on that that's real final takeaway. Please send me your video on your acceptable Bendon stabs. And just let me live in this moment and enjoy this. WHO's so thank thank you so on that note this has been another episode of the accessible stall and Imani? Can you tell the lovely people where they can and find you you can. You can find me on twitter. Ads Imani Polish. People can call you your. Here's my number immune emails Imani underscore partnering or on my website. KRISTEN SPICE DOT COM. And if you WANNA find us the little old accessible doll you can like us on facebook. Follow us on twitter. Or if you'd like to support important kind patriotic even just a dollar a month will help us make this amazing show with really baller guests acceptable. This has been in another episode of the accessible stall. And might we all say you look good today. Thanks so much for listening I..
"bendon" Discussed on World News Analysis
"Entitled to engage in the normal and usual development of its own textile weapons to protect its own country. So North Korea wants to show that to the word and separately is being confirmed chairman Jiang will visit Russia in near future. What can we expect from this? Visit and also the like coordination between North Korea and Russia over the issue. I think North Korea has been in good relationship with Russia over the past sixty years or whatever just like North Korea has had a reasonably good relationship with China. North Korea is carefully. You know Bendon thing between China and Russia, but there is no doubt that both China and Russia a have been a term friends with North Korea. So North Korea wants to emphasize that North Korea is not alone and China and Russia and North Korea. They can all on a reasonably good talking Tom's, and they can order have reasonable conversation. Unlike United States from the North Korean perspective US. Unreasonably? So I think North Korea wants to okay men increase a little bit more pressure on the United States. So that you can make a move and president moon Jae in South Korea's calling four another summit between chairman Kim, and the President Trump can the president bridge the gap between the two and or current circumstances. I think president moon will try to find whatever way or means he can use to facilitate the negotiation, but ultimately, it's a negotiation between those Korea and the United States and South Korea is under very big handicap in the sense that South Korea is not really in a position to openly oppose US policies regarding North Korea. There is definitely a very strong limit to what president moon can do. But we must not lose perspective because during the conservative governments in South Korea, South Korean conservative government, really had no boys other than the voice. The United States. So what prison moon can do is to constantly emphasized that. This is not only a problem between those career in United States. But also, this is also an issue between inter-korean issue the issue of Korean so US should be aware of this other aspect when I question in general, how do you expect a situation will go from here? I mean does either side have political will to settle down on this agreement quickly? I think Hano is just a small, and I think Trump has this big ambition, and he's not the establishment. He's not really sharing the US intelligence community cold woman, healthy so Trump in my view dust, have strong ambition to work out the. These. And I think we at least as far as I'm concerned. I'm cautiously optimistic that Trump and Kim Jones with strike at the at least the beginning and step by step the towards the end of this year and Trump also that that he would let everybody know, you know, about a year from the time Hanoi summit fade, which is in time for twenty twenty relection can pay. Thank you very much. Professor Tim for join us as always thank you. So we're we've been talking with Kim Chong Kim, professor of law at Korea University coming up and official results show. Incumbent we dodo leading into Indonesian President show vote. Your stink today. Stay with us. What matters to China increasingly matters to the world keep up to date with the latest news and events of of the middle kingdom with the China. Plus up to the minute reports. Live streaming audio. Insightful opinion on everything China related, facts, figures and language learning resources at your fingertips. Everything and focus all in one place. Search for China plus in the app store or Google play..
"bendon" Discussed on WJR 760
"Located at grand river road between back in Novi road talking to a lot of team partners. But you want to see you out here. We are at the right the front of I'll fourteen so if you find yourself coming down here, we definitely want to see it to say I liked it the phones Chuck eight eight six five four guys we're going to talk to Don in Clinton township who has a condensation issue. Good morning. Don, you're on with the inside outside guys on WJR. Good morning. Contemplation coming from my bathroom fan. To my my roof, but the connotations dripping down on the plastic cover, and there's some. Huddling out the. Paint on one side. If your attic is doing what it's supposed to do than it should be just about as cold up in. The attic is it is outside. So what happens is you get this warm air full of moisture going up into that vent fan exhaust and it loses its heat really quick to the attic in the moisture inside that duct convinces and it falls back down. It's interesting. We just talked to Joel from just ask. And if they were to come in there in perhaps reroute or insulate that duck. You may be able to eliminate that. When the air is really cold like it is right now, Don, do you know, how far run is for that type? It's probably about eight feet. Because I've got a little a little bit expect four bathrooms. You know what I mean? Sure. Yep. Somebody mentioned putting like a in that plot aluminum pipe putting a trout. Bendon it trap. Why almost like a back bat bell? I wouldn't wanna do that for a couple of reasons. Now, what happens is sometimes for for instance, that's a medical metal docked. And if you try to put a trap in you're going to have a joint there, you don't want water sitting in the attic and anything like that. That's potentially something you could do. But I wouldn't do it you want that air and that moisture out of your attic, and that's the purpose of the fan. You could go to a higher CFM fan. So that it's it's, you know, it's pushing more volume and velocity out of there. So it has less chance to condense eight feet long way yesterday a long way to push that the higher CFM fan fan. You have the quicker and easier twain to push that, but eight feasts still make maybe too much. So you may have to look at me rerouting that met exactly, you know, we try to get them up in the attic, very quickly turn them to a downward slope and take them out of Asaf at so any kind of station if it's properly built improperly made will run right out of it. You could also spray insulated spray foam insulation would help a good idea reduce heat loss, and again that with a higher velocity fan would probably solve it too. Now, what about going up there and wrapping that pipe maybe with a bat installation with people do it. You see it all the time duct tape. What happens is they compress the fiberglass in order to get it to stay on the pipe. So it loses our value. So a foam would would be the best way to do it. Do it makes sense. The help, Dan. Are possibly take it out the side of the house when one through that. Oh, absolutely. That's that's preferred method you'd like to run downhill horizontally from the fan to point of exhaust. That's the best way to do it. So in other words, Chucky come up about twelve to eighteen inches. That's not a long way for that air to push that. And then if it turns if it's not pushing away that gravity will let that water grip out. You wanna take it a little bit past the overhang if you can get major icicles, exactly. We've got to get to the mother calls. I hope that helps next. We're gonna go to Bob in Sterling Heights. Good morning. Bob, you're on with the inside outside guys WJR. Guys. Thanks for taking my call. The problem with my clothes dryer in that I'm getting a draft coming back into the house to the clothes dryer so bad that I can literally use my clothes dryer as a refrigerator. So I'm wondering is there any newer device or something to us on the outside? That would close off the the wind penetration better. Yeah. There's a couple of things in this goes to a Ken was talking about earlier. You gotta be really careful follow manufacturer specifications for how long run that is. But one you're still gonna use a barometric damper, which is just a pressure activated hinged little damper in the line because you don't want to get something jellyfish to might possibly shut that off. But if you do that in tandem with turning the exhaust downward as it gets outside that can minimize that. It's going to be a metal duct. So it's still gonna conduct cold. Another thing. I don't know what the extra with over sixty years and business McComb construction is the company you could depend on for all your major remodeling projects and new home construction kitchens bathrooms editions and exterior work bitcoin construction. Does it all at a fair and honest price? There are.
"bendon" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"Right hand dribble. Bendon his knees. Bending the ball putting it up putting it in. If he hit that second of two free throw attempt, and they're young man's gonna check out Nick close the starter. Coming back in the game for coach the Caesar's team down by nineteen points now or two stolen province checking in for the cards out here for Korean. Doreen inbound the ball, and it looked like the guy and on the ball by the comet before going up a cardinal defender. Turnover. They're going to be inbound in that ball right underneath their offense. The basket. Nick, float and hard. Cardinals. If he tried to break through that pick with Kareem. Ball's gonna go against him. Or going gonna go to the? To the bench foul collision. There. Nineteen point lead. Pretty cardinals at home, fifty eight thirty nine forty seven remaining third quarter of play Michael mackellar crossing over looking for Nick, close knit close gonna decide to dribble it. And I think he took a couple of fun the ball. And that's what the officials gonna call. It's going to be. Turnover by the coach to Caesar thought. There may have been some contact there. There was an athletic move. But he took a couple extra steps to make it happen. Either. Two three sixty spent the basket, Alex inbounding the ball. And or a lot of pressure floria in pressured by a couple of comments defenders sort of left wing Ciccone over to Alex Edwards backwards account at the top of the paint over to Alex Edward on a left wing being hounded all nearly stripped by handed off over to Tacoma quickly night passed by tacona defender's legs that went back over to Alec Edwards. He drove the left block, and he was fouled. And he went flying towards the basket. True, some Khattak and the non shooting foul of the card's gonna be that in from out about fourteen remaining into third quarter of action. Fifty eight thirty nine men are up over the. Solan comets cocoon looking to pass the ball in thought about Trubisky couldn't get through them to kick it out over to Cayla pick still in the game gives it a pop over to floor is he spent some time distributed back and forth through his leg before travelling to the basket to the right blocked who strong rebound about a comments going the other direction market still with a full head of steam taking it in the front coordinate that he took too many steps he was going step for step with the cardinal defenders. But they're saying a few too many taking they're going to be traveling violation Marcus steel ball in the hands of the cardinal, Alex Edwardson of all the floria football passed down to the. Sailing Cayla pick to get the reception and finger rolls that out for the cars, sixty three or sixty two thirty nine. The cars with the advantage in swat down low, Alex Edward. Tony to Caesar. Atkin four, and they're gonna say there was the outback. The cardinals. That's going be a proud versus them their third foul or the second half. So in Oklahoma three fouls. The very short on a free throw with Keller Keller with ten points. Still the leading points scorer for the soul and cabinets. Mid forty six remaining in the third quarter of action sixty thirty nine cardinals over to comment the couch Bank in that second free throw with them sixty to forty twenty point lead for the cards to cone being hounded by Nick close. Look into double team him again, where the comments Ciccone over to Trubisky over to the cutting aurea couldn't get it in right inside the basket. Khattak there too. They're gonna end up staying at that ball ended up going out of balance. Hope the way about a stolen common. It's going to be cardinal ball minute and a half to go into third quarter. Play Jacome looking involved pass over the to flora flurry of thought about it back it out over to Alex Edwards. Alex said we're crossing over pulling up with that left hand stroke for three strong rebound by. Reach in foul by the Golan providence in Chad Mark thank God his hands in there. Inbounding the ball again. That's gonna be good. Thirteen foul for the stolen comments in the second half of play. Elliot Edward in the game. As it's Chad Rogers floria, Chicago. On. So the starters back in the game for the cardinals right now. Heap inbound pass to forbid ski near mid chord over to Florida back over to Trubisky at the top of the key over to Alex Edwards left wing being guarded by the comets Marcus is a Popovich cone top of the key driver from right to left. Been who've could've nearly put it up at backed it out over the flurry of Gloria kicking it out to the right corner. For Trubisky up top now without admitted to going to third quarter, play cards up by twenty sixty to forty at home should go and travel to the left handed over to Alex Edward, Alex Edward getting double team, then they're gonna say foul accommodate defender, Markus. Steele. And it's gonna be a non shooting foul once again fourteen thousand accounts in the second half of play forty eight seconds remaining in the third quarter of action cards up sixty to forty inbounding the ball out Edwards over to Ciccone. In the back court crossed the cardinal midcourt. Heard of I feel nice. They're gonna say maybe a moving pick. I was gonna say a heart pick by Chad Rogers. But I think the officials they're going to say that was the movie so offense foul for the cardinals. And. Are walked away. Like he's been waiting for that one to be called here tonight. Mckellar over to Nick, close her to eat three point attempt for the big man, strong and jumping out of Powell weeping over the Dolan Calvin players on the bench has shown that athleticism. Nearly having a collision choke the comet betcha news this little walkway between their the fans right behind the Celtics going out about trying to save it which you could not do so cardinal ball. Thirty one seconds to go into third quarter of play Cohen dangerous pass right in the middle of play. There were two comet defenders to coach. The feeder like the effort is Alex Edwards really had to extend himself to pull in that ball on a dangerous path. The foul on the comets are v one of the second half of play Edwards. Looking inbound it over the flurry of flora brakeman press driving in between a couple of comments defenders over to Alex Edwards thought about it from a deep probably NBA range twenty five foot three point shot. Back it out over the Florida Florida bolt strip over. Decalcification driving with the right hand lays it in for the comets flurry going the other direction in ten seconds to go in the third quarter play Alex Edwards hounded passes it over to Chad Rogers, the floater from three foot range going in for the cards back up to that twenty point lead sixty two to forty two the mentor cardinals got victory number four well within their sites here at home at the nest. So we're glad everybody's listening. No, I am start bringing it the action on integrity radio. We're going to take a quick break and come back for the fourth quarter of action. The meta cardinals up sixty two to forty over.
"bendon" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"bendon" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"They don't really understand and frankly, the fad part in Britain. John's case is you the viewers of making a murderer saw more of his interrogation more parts of his interrogation that were important than his own jury. Did. Oh, that's so, you know, his own jury never saw his mother come into the room and say, you know, they got to my head and start me canton immediately. Yeah. So it's so heartbreaking. It seems to be the most militias of all these different things that could happen is to it is. And and I don't think anyone also even takes into account that none of us have ever sat in a room for eight hours with with adult. Just can't really probably even imagine what the mental strain of being bullied for eight hours in what you'd be you just want out of that fucking room at some point like your immediate goal. Probably supersede your long term goal. That's right. And particularly what they found is sort of a confluence of the techniques being psychologically course of tricky and the subject being vulnerable and. Some way or another whether it's youth or mental capabilities or sometimes in fact, very often both as in Bendon case where and again, very marginalized status in general in society. I'm sure has to right. And and, you know, lack of experience with the police if you've never been, you know, if you you're sorta street tough, and you've been in front of police before it's, you know, you're smart enough to say, I'm not talking I yeah, I want a lawyer here. But, but you know, there is hope I don't want everybody to be to take the Bendon DASS experience. And and think that there's there's no hope because that scenario can be changed. If people want it to be changed, and so in California, and in Illinois, they have now passed laws that prohibit interrogation of youth under a certain age, or maybe in certain types of cases, like an Illinois any sex or homicide case fifteen or under you have to have a lawyer present from the get from the get go and similar in. California. Jerry Brown signed a law recently. You know, it advocates say think it should be higher seventeen or eighteen. But you know, we're we're making baby steps thou. It's fifteen or or younger or sixteen whatever it might be. You know, you can you just need to protect people because the thing to keep in mind is in most instances when somebody's wrongly convicted that means that if there was a crime at all the real perpetrator got off me. Yeah. That's another thing. People blow right past right? When they think about that. And the Stephen Covey case was a perfect example of that. Because in his first wrongful conviction when he's been eighteen years in prison. A rape the real perpetrator who should have been different again. Right. Did rape again. And was a suspect in a homicide North Carolina. That was never proven. But who knows however many crimes that he did? And you know, you multiply that by twenty thousand around the country, and there's a lot of people's. Lives who are ruined and perpetrators who are getting off in committing. Additional crimes. Yeah. Tell me about your book. Tell me about why you wrote it. And what what it was that you were hoping to to get across or help move the the pendulum in one direction or another. Well, I, you know, I feel like I've been lucky enough to have amazing career with all kinds of interesting cases and experiences, and I'd always wanted to write a memoir of some sort after making a murderer came out. It seemed like this was the right time is a been a little bit interesting. You to see the appetite that Americans have for this topic. Like we've had a lot of successful now. Yes, docu-dramas of you know, involving very much and the thing that was a little bit surprising to me was that my co counsel dean Strang, and I became these heroes or that's my last question. I'm going to tell we'll talk about that. And when we were just doing our job, and there's lots of other people like that, and partly what I hope to do with his book is it's a little bit of make the making of a criminal defense lawyer what what I went through. So I talk certainly about making a murderer in the book..
"bendon" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"This almost never happens. When I read a book, I almost always when I'm going to interview, the author I almost always start in a different place than the author does because it's one right? You'd like to write a story one way. But sometimes to tell the story you have to start in two different place. But I'm going to start exactly where you did in the book going back to July of nineteen seventy seven and this amazing night, which is like looms large in the Led Zeppelin legend explained everybody what happened and how you open the book about the chimney page biography. Well, that that that playing Oakland the Giants Stadium and the of milk when it all goes wrong, essentially that which will be the last tour of the United States by. Let's I was gonna have been the biggest forever. It should have been blighted by problems, not the least of which was the of the high levels of security in quotes employed. Especially those a guy called John Bendon Cohen of he a kind of mine a gangsta really from London who'd been taken seemed, especially as the security for pizza grow the legendary command mountain manager of Led Zeppelin and women feet across just walking up the steps to the stage one of the stagehands commiserate with him about the steep incline. And he's immediately punched in the face by Jim Bendon and knocked out, and that's kind of the the sign of what's about to happen as a little later on when Jimmy page is actually playing his acoustic. Stage. One of the stage in other the stagehands notices a child taking the cracks the the identify plaque for the dressing rooms. I eat other Judas priest's was also on on the Bill, for example. But they're going to be needed the next day because 'cause. Section. And he he reprimands the devoid who's about eleven years old. It seems to him. And as a consequence of this. He's savagely beaten by. Giovanna pizza grunt and also very badly. Indeed by John Bendon wound actually tries to gas. The guys is out. Okay. I'm going to pause pause. You for just a second just to make sure that people get here that John Bonham the drummer for Led Zeppelin starts beating up a guy along with their manager Peter Grant, and then this kind of security guy, John Bendon who is like an animal because because the guy was defending his son, right? And it just the whole night this famous night it just exploded like everything that ever had been building up within the Led Zeppelin touring company explodes. That's right. Exactly. It's like everything goes wrong that much how much of that was fueled by drug traffic, will I think be honest. Yeah. The the previous night Bill Graham, the legendary promotion completely also the face of of rock concert promotion in the United States. Jeff Joe, Bill Graham is promoting the show, and he's summoned to led zeppelin's hotel in San Francisco and offered at Voss of twenty five thousand dollars and in the suite. So that he could he knows it's his somebody notices the deal with hard drugs and his office had just hit is required for. It just seems and and it just seems that. Maybe he's not even the group, but the whole road crews, it's just rattled with drugs, and and the and cocaine aggression, essentially, that aggression piece. It was so interesting to read it. So this is the oh, this is how the the new book on Jimmy page opens with this with his famous night because shortly thereafter, that's when Robert plant learns that his child is ill. How those things get connected. Well, they off the after the after the the San Francisco days, the Oakland as they fly to New Orleans, and that's where the rubber plus leads the characters five year old son is a seriously ill. He's being taken to hospital and Al later, he gets a phone call the character has died, and this is like it. It's it's it's awfully moments in really those two events. I mean, the dock poets shifts then he's almost unimaginable. You could imagine. How must've felt on that flight? To the Midlands of England. So I'd always heard the story from tragic. It's completely true. It's so awful. And I always heard that connection. The that first bumper I played nobody's fault. But mine was tying back to that. Like how the whole tour was going, and how here Robert plant was spending so much time away from his family. And and and then not liking the way obviously things were going where the drummer is beating up a guy and somebody else is going to have his eyes gouged out. And then there was just getting floated somehow in there about Jimmy page and satanic worship now. Again, I'm going by this is the legend. I'd always heard but tell me like what how do those things? Get connected as we open the story. The book I have to say that Jimmy page was on stage while all this was occurring. And has rightly said, well, I didn't say any of this happening. That's. Just felt the doc forces about I think, that's all you can save it. And I I apparently rubber plunge really kind of believe that. And was deeply disturbed, and you know, as as as, you know, different didn't really do very much for a long time after that. Right. Right. And it's so interesting to me because is this is how you so. I think by the way your treatment or Jimmy pages very fair. And so it's not this is not a book where people are going to try to staple onto Jimmy page. Every evil thing they've ever heard because a lot of it's just not true. Trying to do that. He's a great office. I mean, I think I mean a part of the story is really this Jimmy Led Zeppelin really his odds project. You forget he's he's out school background. Almost a kind of conceptual away. But it seemed to get out of hand point. Baby weight. Wait, sorry goes. No, no, no, please go, but I had an observation about the Robert plant piece of that. But go ahead. I just think that, you know, the, for example, pizza grow with talk about how when they would go to new the people, you know, women would be scared of women in the in the in the record company would be scared of Jimmy page because of his reputation because of his is his liking for the coast, but maybe Peter girl playing this up a bit to actually very maybe this is part of the part of the image. Because it's undoubtedly the case that certainly in this country people in the seventy s remember writing the enemy the people slightly frightened of Led Zeppelin. The very should know. The motor of Led Zeppelin seemed somewhat unnerving. But you know, in subsequent years, you know, Jimmy page. I think has been rightly restored to his position as I mean accepting Paul McCartney, Keith Richards, perhaps you would never play altogether. But you have the most consummate greatest English rockstar. That's how that's how I see. I agree level. Yeah. You can you can certainly make that argument. I thought what was interesting, and this is why. You know, I just track with Robert plant when he here he is on this tour in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven as you tell the story so beautifully in Peter Grant, their manager just seems to be a man possessed in their security, people are just essentially shaking down know, they're the concert promoters for money threatening. Well, we won't play unless you give us more money, and they were just running things like like a like a road, mafia. And and and Robert plant in the correct me if I'm wrong on this. But this is how the oppression that he just he was sort of overcome with a sense of built. And that's why that song comes out of that period. If nobody's fault, but mine of him taking responsibility for not being there for his for his son. Is that fair? It can be interpreted like that. But I I'm not sure if I'm not sure if a is a sort of poetic image, one can sit, but but the full extent, I already know. No, I don't if it's just Robertson thinking about it. I'm not sure about that. Right. Right. That's how the story the win the album came out, and we were playing it. And you know, that's that's how that came to. That's how we were all talking about it at the time. But that's so interesting. So again, this dark forces thing that was that that either is true or not true about Jimmy page. It's either played up or not played enough because he was a very private guy in a lot of ways. Nobody can really know exactly what he was doing. Because he he was he was very happy in solitude. That's right. I mean, I mean. You know, forget that image, you know, in in the either the gate fold of of the of album of. A permit, which is you know, the tariff code image of the her, and that's trying to sort of sort of that how Jimmy page came across. You know what I mean? He's like, it's not that's what isn't criticizing invested in any way. It's throw the hermit just out of a noble, Eric, and and kind of looking to call it assist the world and hermit is also like creative individual and Jimmy Page's a hugely creative individuals and he's kind of locked away. It's almost like he's locked away, you know, in in his in his classic rock star properties. Don't forget it. It's the guy who has lived in a house with a moat for love. I mean, you couldn't they David. She talked Hasni Becker. It's a collection of classic closet. He drives his the most enormous collection of beautiful and she gets off. I mean, the image imagery of Jimmy Page's, just wonderful. But that other piece about the Alister Crowley thing. So the guy who whether he is ever what people make him out to be or not. And there's arguments about whether Alister Crowley famous. Lucifer Burien did a lot of what he did just for show and tongue in cheek and it just a good way to make money and to be the center of attention or whether he really meant all that. He did it Jimmy page. Totally bought into Alister Crowley to the extent that as you mentioned things that he collected. He also has the greatest collection of Alister Crowley artifacts. Yes. But don't forget that he wasn't the news into Croatia. I mean trophies images on on on the cover of the Beatles. Option pepper album, the Beatles were to have a lot of people at that time. You know, we're into we're into Croly and carnival is very much of its time. I mean in this country, for example in England. So it was a password magazine called man missing magic. And came started coming in ninety seventy one on the front cover of it was an image by a by a man known as not as Britain's greatest unknown office called Austin Osmond, spare who I live just down the road from me literally where I am now. Jimmy page. He was an acolyte of Crowly us those and Jimmy page is the world's richest collector of Austin Osman spat. So he kind of just appreciate I think, right. Well. And this was in the same year. I think is managed magic Colin Wilson published his mammoth study called the occult. So it was kind of it's always era. You know, people started taking truck. He's been usually put you remind me that one of the things I love of loved so much about reading the book is again, we're talking about the definitive biography of Jimmy page is. These distinct differences in American slang Bush and British probably more proper. But we everybody. I mean, everybody here growing up. We said Crowley, I'm guessing Croly is probably right. You you would know. I wouldn't believe always say Crowley. Think it's like Bowie. Inbound is. Oh, yeah. Right..
"bendon" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"This almost never happens. When I read a book, I almost always when I'm going to interview, the author I almost always start in a different place than the author does because it's one right? You'd like to write a story one way. But sometimes to tell the story you have to start in a different place. But I'm going to start exactly where you did in the book going back to July of nineteen seventy seven and this amazing night, which is like looms large in the Led Zeppelin legend explained everybody what happened and how you open the book about the Jimmy page biography. Well, that that that playing Oakland the Giants Stadium and the car when it all goes wrong, essentially that to which will be the last tour of the United States by let's defense and was gonna been the biggest forever. I should've been some blighted by problems, not the least of which was the end of the high levels of security in quotes employed, as especially those a guy called John Bendon Cohen of he was a card of mine, a gangsta really from London who'd been taken of seemed, especially as a security for pizza girl. The legendary kind of men mountain manager of Led Zeppelin and women just walking up the steps to the stage. What are the stagehands commiserate with him about that, you know, the steep incline, and he's immediately punched in the face by Joey Benjamin and knocked out, and that's kind of the sewing of what's about to happen as a little later on when Jimmy page is actually playing his acoustic. Stage one of the stage and other the stagehands notices a child taking the the the identifying plaques for the dressing rooms Aida Judas priest was also on the on the Bill, for example, but they're going to be needed the next day 'cause 'cause playing sexual. And he he reprimands the boy who's about eleven years old. It seems to him. And as a consequence of this. He's savagely beaten by. A pizza drums and also very badly. Indeed by John Bendon wound actually tries to gas. The guys is out. Okay. Okay. I'm gonna pause pause. You for just a second just to make sure that people get here that John Bonham the drummer for Led Zeppelin starts beating up a guy along with their manager Peter Grant, and then this kind of security guy, John Bendon who is like an animal because because the guy was defending his son, right? It just the whole night this famous night. It just exploded like everything that ever had been building up within the Led Zeppelin touring company explodes. That's right. Exactly. It's like everything goes wrong that moment how much of that was fueled by drugs. Well, I think a lot to be honest. Yeah. The the previous night, Bill Graham, the legendary promotion. Shaved completely also the face of of rock concert promotion, the United States. Joe Bill Graham is promoting the show, and he's summoned to led zeppelin's hotel in San Francisco and offered at Voss of twenty five thousand dollars and in the suite does he couldn't he knows someone who knows the deal of hard drugs, then he's obviously had just hit buses required for. Yeah. And and it just seemed the hulk. Maybe not even the group, but the whole road crew, it's just rattled with drugs, and and the the cocaine aggression, essentially, that aggression piece it was so interesting to read it. So this is the oh, this is how the the new book on Jimmy page opens with this with this famous night because shortly thereafter, that's when Robert plant learns that his child is ill, can you? Connect those two things. Get connected. Well, they after after the after the the San Francisco days, the Oakland as they fly to New Orleans, and that's where rubber plus leads the characters five year old son is seriously ill. He's being taken to hospital an hour later. He gets a phone call the character has died, and this is like. It's it's it's the most Lee moments in really those those two events. I mean the dock poetry. He's almost done. Unimaginable. You could imagine. How it must have felt on that flight home. Yeah. A little to the Midlands of England. So I'd always heard the story tragic completely Trump. Yeah. It's so awful. And I always heard that connection. The that first bumper I played nobody's fault. But mine was tying back to that. Like how the whole tour was going, and how here Robert plant was spending so much time away from his family. And and and then not liking the way obviously things were going where the drummer is beating up a guy and somebody else is going to have his eyes gouged out. And then there was just this getting floated somehow in there. About Jimmy page and satanic worship. Now. Again, I'm going by this is the legend. I'd always heard but tell me like what how do those things? Get connected as we open the story of the book. I have to say that Jimmy page was on stage while all this was occurring. And has rightly said, well, you know, I didn't say any of this happening. But but. It just felt the dark forces about. I think that's all you could save. I think we just felt. I I apparently rubber clubs really caught a belief that and was deeply disturbed, and as as as you know, let's didn't really do very much for a long time after that. Right. Right. And that's so interesting to me because is this is how you so I think by the way your treatment or Jimmy Page's very fair. And so it's not this is not a book where people are going to try to staple onto Jimmy page. Every evil thing they've ever heard because a lot of it's not true. I'm trying to do that. I think he's a great office. I mean, I think I mean a part of the arc of my story is really this Jimmy Led Zeppelin, but really his arts project. He's he's out school background. Almost a kind of conceptual away. But it seemed to get out of hand going. Baby weight. Sorry, go. No, no, no, please go, but I had an observation about the Robert plant piece of that. But go ahead. I just think that, you know, the, for example, pizza growth would talk about how when they go to New York, the people, you know, women would be scared of women in the in the in the record company would be scared of Jimmy page because of his reputation because of his is his liking for the coast. But maybe playing this up a bit to actually maybe this is part of the part of the image. Because. It's undoubtedly the case that certainly in this country if people. In the seventy s remember writing the enemy the people probably frightened of Led Zeppelin. The very notion of the kind of the motor of Led Zeppelin seems somewhat unnerving. But in subsequent years, you know, Jimmy page, I think has been rightly restored to his position. I mean accepting McCartney Keith Richards, perhaps you would never play together, but you have the most conscious greatest English rockstar. That's how that's how I see. I agree level. Yeah. You can you can certainly make that argument. I thought what was interesting, and this is why you know, I just track with Robert plant when he here he is on this tour in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven as you tell the story so beautifully and Peter Grant their manager just seems to be a man possessed in their security, people are just essentially shaking down Pete. We know they're the concert promoters for money threatening. Well, we won't play unless you give us more money. I mean, they were just running things like a like a like a road, mafia. And and and Robert plant in the correct me if I'm wrong on this. But this is how the impression he just he was sort of overcome with a sense of guilt. And that's why that song comes out of that period. If nobody's fault, but mine of him taking responsibility for not being there for his for his son. Is that fair? It can be like that. But I I'm not sure if I'm not sure if we sort of poetic image one can sit. But but the full extent, I already know what you Bill. I don't I don't if it's just Robertson thinking about his shot. I'm not sure about that. Right. Right. It's fair. Yeah. That's how the story came out. And we were playing it. And you know, that's that's how that came. That's how we were all talking about it at the time. But that's so interesting. So again, this dark forces thing that was that that either is true or not true about Jimmy page. It's either played up or not played enough because he was a very private guy. A lot of ways. Nobody can really know exactly what he was doing. Because he he was he was very happy in solitude. That's right. I mean, I mean. You mustn't forget that that image, you know, in in the the gate fold of the full of album of. Which is the tariff code image of the hermit. And that's trying to sort of sort of that how Jimmy page came across. You know what I mean like the best? That's when isn't criticizing him in any way. Throw the hermit just out of a noble Eric and and looking to assist the world and also like creative individuals and Jimmy Page's a hugely creative individuals and he's kind of locked away. It's almost like he's locked away, you know, in in his in his classic rock star properties. Don't forget it's the guy who has lived in a house with a moat for. I mean, you couldn't they David. It can't get any Becker. Here's a collection of classic caused that. He drives his enormous collection of beautiful and she gets lost. I mean, the image imagery of Jimmy Page's just got wonderful rating. But that other piece about the Alister Crowley thing. So the guy who whether he is ever what people make him out to be or not. And there's arguments about whether Alister Crowley famous. Lucifer Burien did a lot of what he did just for show and tongue in cheek and it just a good way to make money and to be the center of attention or whether he really meant all that. He did it Jimmy page. Totally bought into Alister Crowley to the extent that as you mentioned things that he collected. He also has the greatest collection of Alister Crowley artifacts. Yes. Yes. But don't forget that he wasn't the only post news into. I mean, you know, easy cronies images on on on the cover of the Beatles salt pepper album, the Beatles were into hands run a lot of people at that time. You know, we're into Croly, and it was carnival is very much of its time. I mean in this country, for example in England. There was a party were magazine called man missing magic. And. Nineteen seventy one on the front cover of it was an image by a by a man known as known as Britain's greatest unknown office called Austin Osmond, spare ironically live just down the road from me literally where I am now. But Jimmy page. He was an acolyte accroding and Jimmy page is the world's racist collector of Austin Osman spat. They kind of just appreciate I think, right. Well. And also this is the same year. I think is. Colin Wilson published his mammoth study called the occult. So it was kind of of its of his era. You know, people people started tanking truck. He's been usually open. You remind me that one of the things I love of loved so much about reading the book is again, we're talking about the definitive biography of Jimmy page is. These distinct differences in American slang glitch, you know, and British probably more proper. But we everybody. I mean, everybody here growing up. We send Crowley, I'm guessing, it's probably right. You you would know I wouldn't. But we always say Crowley like Bowie in values. Oh, yeah. Right..
"bendon" Discussed on The Influencer Podcast
"I'm really excited to have a product in really step into a different role a little bit, not as much of a coach, but more into the influencers folks models CEO role now in higher lot of great influencers to sharing the love that they have for a natural product in will Seaver goes though, Bendon mazing. Congratulations. I'm so excited for you. I remember when we first met through our mutual friends, sterling Griffin who was on episode fifty of this podcast, we were talking about that on his couch, like I remember you saying that like that's what was happening. And I love to know that like it's it's, it's here. That's all I know. It's kind of like a, yeah, like I've had a kid and it's it's cool because so much, you know with anything you sell, there's so much behind the scenes in the work in the stuff that no one sees in put it all together. And then it's so surreal when our very first order came in, I'm just sitting there like what just happened. He's like, well, it's real. Now we're officially live. And it's just it's such a cool feeling as a business owner to see that come through. I love that. I wanna talk about anxiety a little bit and more specifically limiting beliefs. I mean, as a coach, I'm sure you have had to, you know, had your fair share of of really walking through and supporting a lot of people who go through the ups and downs of growing a business, especially online and being an entrepreneur, it can. It can be very lonely, and there's a lot of comparison that can come up and just really kind of feeling like everyone else has something that I don't. I just can't figure it out. I'm just not enough so on and so forth. So how have you been able to really. You know, I don't really want to overcome, but but work with those limiting beliefs in in really kind of use them throughout your own journey not only for yourself but for the people that you coach. Yeah, I would say it's really important to stay in your lane. I feel like this isn't the Mike. My clients have been asking me lately is I feel like I get on Instagram, and I'm scrolling. All I see is other people have this perfect life and you know, it's a mom was six kids in just six pack. She lives in Hawaii. I thought my life was cool, and so there's always this feeling of we're not enough or someone else's doing something. So I think it is really good to put the blinders on. I think it's really good to drown out the noise a little bit in stay in your creators own versus the consumption mode in say, what am I creating today? I always like to create five times more than I consume. So I didn't do videos or podcast. I cannot just sit there and scroll in look at another girl's Instagram. Thank like off, man. Why don't I look like her have that in? So I forced myself to get into Chretien mode pretty much when I wake up. So I'm not in that mode of a comparison Itis. What am I doing? I should do that because it is so easy now now that the internet is really blown up, it's it's easy to go on, especially platforms like Instagram that are so visual and feel like we're not enough. So I think it's one just getting it out of your of your subconscious or your conscious face. And then I think it's also knowing that your greatest gift is you being you, it sounds corny, but if you can bring all of that, the imperfect weird, whatever that is to the surface as a personal brand. That's why people are gonna fall in love with you. So it's important to know that your differences are what makes people actually want to gravitate towards you?.
"bendon" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast
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"bendon" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"A week of searching he said the money current pushing against him on his initial die felt as powerful as a colorado rivers watch the colorado river bendon the grand canyon area and saw they went to colorado river is doing you know the boy oh boy an almost impossible situation he said you'll literally pulling yourself hand over hand in zero visibility you can't reach a depth gauge you can't read the time you're basically flying blind in a direction you don't know what could possibly go wrong under those conditions yikes gentleman said that he'd out and other experienced cave divers initially thought finding the group would be impossible under such terrible conditions but after it was clear that tiny commanders would continue sending their sealed members in they said he had volunteered to dive a second time those kids were at the age that they could have been my son he said a navy seal can't you sit there while these kids dying the cavern in the cave they have to show some activity and if you're a navy seal yes you'll sacrifice yourself so more than one hundred ten of the divers are tie seal members said a command center in a dry area of the cave known as chamber three with crews are based around the clock it's about a mile see these distances cave spelunker satellite soldiers so to me they've set up a command centre about a mile from where the boys are but it's the hardest mile most of it under water with few air pockets all is water and dark one of them said there are many alleys up and down we can say this mission is brutal one american cave diver and air force rescue specialist who was part of a team sent to help from okinawa japan so that bring the boys on now would require shepherding through underwater passageways as much as a quarter mile long without air pockets above so think of a race your basic high school track once around the track is about a quarter mile so they're saying for to get these kids out of there they would there would be times where they would be as much as a quarter mile where the kids would be underwater without any air pockets they'd have to depend on the scuba system they have to depend on the air tanks and and see here's the thing that factors into this too if you've got claustrophobia if you've never done this before if you panic there are no options for you can't say i'm ripping off getting up to the service there is no service you can't rip it off so this puts really the kids in a tough situation and guess each one of the kids is going to be accompanied by a couple of divers these guys are gonna have to toughest well too the cave complex which has never been fully mapped oh good has many different formations said the american who could not be identified by name for security reasons it's not a single river running through the cave he said and now all of the waterways appear to be directly connected pumping water from spots near the cave entrance is not necessarily reduce the level the more distant parts of the network like where the boys in their culture so they can't figure out what water is running wear because there's so much of it there they have a number of other things that go on to mention as well too but we're going to take a break and then we'll continue the conversation to really illustrate what's going to be happening over the next few hours doctor a couple of minutes to wbz this.
"bendon" Discussed on /Film Daily
"Bendon h t just said that incredible has a big family instances drowsy park i was i was young kid when we came out i saw several times in theaters kids love dinosaurs and they love these movies and they're less discriminating adults so the same kids are gonna see incredible to are going to flock to fawn kingdom more so than more discriminating audiences so i think he's going to be huge it won't be as big as the first one won't be as big as advani war but it's going to it's going to do a billion dollars worldwide and i'd say four fifty of that is going to go right from america that jurassic world fallen kingdom the new trailer came out today and it definitely looks a lot more scary than the original brad you also have this peck as your number two d do you think you really think this is going to overtake films like incredible 's solo yeah i mean like we like digging us said even though it's not going to do as big a business as drastic world did when it revived the jurassic park franchise after several years it's still going to bring in a lot of families because like you said kids love dinosaurs and there's just a franchise alone you know has this legacy that comes along with that people will always just wanna see what the latest drastic park movie has to offer and i feel like one credible to is going to be huge for sure especially with the fourteen year gap between the first one in the antigen that's been building and more kids have been able to see that movie since it came out kids who weren't even born when the first movie came out that i just don't think you'll be enough i think drastic world has even more crossover between not just beginning families and they're beginning adult in there who probably wouldn't otherwise care about seeing an animated movie because they don't have kids or because they feel like they've outgrown animation in general.
"bendon" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio
"Whether will know they've been perv ing with hookers just like trump okay yeah i think that's where a lot of this stuff goes it was kinda creepy watching watching some of the news and especially with let's see on msnbc find that after the afternoon here we have the chris matthews p brains because that's pretty much what they had on their brain are you gonna watch us on sunday it's james komi who's perjured himself and we know he lived let's just say not so honestly regarding the hillary emails the left one him fired because of the way he mishandled the hillary email scandal investigation bendon when trump did fire him they're angry because they're hoping we'll maybe he would get trump yeah it's it's pretty ludicrous game it's going to go on for either i guess like three years seven years depending is if trump gets reelected it's five to nine one one seven so yeah we'll get to this this teaser that they had with george stephanopoulos trump meets with the fbi director james komi out by the way this is the sequence of events for this particular meeting excuse me as i understand it been laid out if you think it's something else is happening of reasonably that i'm missing a point here please bring it five to nine one zero one seven so fbi director james comey doesn't know trump he meets with him and he tells them there's some document out there claiming trump had a couple of hookers in russia peeing on each other and the russians have a video of this now remember this comes from what is now known as the steel she and i think all of the public revelations have been not just unverified but proven not to be true as they've been investigated and the rest of it is unverified none of words what komi says is that he did not tell trump that it was put together by the clinton campaign and stephanopoulos reportedly actually actually a couple of good questions about that like you know well we'll get to that by the way after after news here we'll have some time for that for.
"bendon" Discussed on Izzy and Spain
"Do you guys really try to make an effort in terms of balancing the brackets to try to encourage more upsets and more surprises we definitely state you to that seed line so that seed line is vitally important to us is getting those teams into the right place in the bracket both in their seating and their placement i think the the game just continues to get better and better and there are still some excellent excellent teams at the top but i think that some of the other teams from other leagues and maybe they haven't been as dominant last few years are definitely creeping up we're talking to rhonda bendon on the shell pennzoil performance line in rhonda with that being said how do you guys really handle connecticut we were talking about it earlier in in the dominance of it how do you reward them with the dominance of then also factor in when you're looking at their bracket how to see these guys in the right way well we look at each team on their individual individual merit that year so we're not looking at what they've done in the past you know obviously yukon has a great team they schedule very well they go out there and play almost all the top teams on and this year they won all those games in we'll take that into consideration and then we look at everybody else in that same light you know who who did they go out and play what are their quality wins what are the factors on on their body of work that should get them into the tournament and get them seated in the right place so don dailey had an interesting tact or interesting complain about about being in the same bracket with you conscious that she wasn't avoiding them but she just felt as though with south carolina leading the league air leading the i guess the nc double a in women's attendance for four straight years so much of the bracket making on the women's side isn't tended to reward teams and have fans in attendance at the game so why wouldn't south carolina be a team that would regularly get scheduled somewhere like lexington that's.