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Unprecedented winter weather pattern has set up across the US
"Meteorologist David Benet and Fort Worth Texas is calling the weather in his state unprecedented and historic. We had we had Really annoy Arctic blast come down from from Canada and what and then, after that we had several rounds of storm systems moved through. We had one earlier last week that brought a little bit of freezing rain and lie to keep flight ice accumulation across much of the area. The storm has dumped heavy snow and ice and taxes and sent temperatures plunging. More than two million customers reported without power. And the state's grid operator implemented rolling blackouts overnight to conserve electricity. Much of the U. S from Texas and the Pacific Northwest to the Mid Atlantic States and New England under some sort of winter is winter weather advisory for ice and snow today. Been
"benet" Discussed on Z104
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"benet" Discussed on Epicenter
"Now. Let's talk about five point. Five point is the incentive layer that kind of brings it all together. What happens another would say. I am someone who wants to retrieve some content that i know is somewhere out there so basically what would happen. Whom would i pay. Who's incentivized by. What's what are the economics going on. Here yeah so basically you're saying hey like let's walk through kind of the the life cycle of data and kind of like follow it and so on <hes>. Yeah so maybe. That's our with a three. So i that think about adding capacity to the network than adding storage. So you know a client hiring hiring a minor to its data and then the third is a another client retreating. Something that exists there so the first case <hes>. A minor that has sort of provide. And i walked up to the network and up pledges. 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So that can i get a hash or they can add with a five win with the latest client which is kind of look at the one of the main pump implementation's or a bunch of other tools. That that speak these protocols like exile arrogate or slate which is consumer lincoln application. There's a bunch of different kinds of things and that was the <unk>. You can now hire. You can kind of create a deal to hire minor to back this backpack this data and that deal is of a relationship between a client and it client in a single minor and a single piece of data just kind of like the unit of of agreement as a. You probably want to do this with multiple minors because he want to replicate your data with multiple different parties and and so you now sound good data over to find these miners in the network by you. This number of ways you can either a numerate them from the blockchain you can find them in a buck explorer this much tools that can show you what miners what prices they have and so you select which minor you want and you could be maybe presented but you might also take into account other important details about the minor so for example they're kind of reliability. There's a different kind of schedules features about the minor that tracked by the blockchain and can score ran others. There's no emerging score the everybody's using yet but you could put these kind of like rating style numbers from the kind of like a very simple way of selecting minors klein right now. Uses a minor and sensor data over to the source provider one source brighter receives that they the deal is completed and the minor. Alicia the deal into the network. 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Juan Benet, Founder & CEO of Protocol Labs Discusses Filecoin and the Vision for a Decentralized Web
"Now. Let's talk about five point. Five point is the incentive layer that kind of brings it all together. What happens another would say. I am someone who wants to retrieve some content that i know is somewhere out there so basically what would happen. Whom would i pay. Who's incentivized by. What's what are the economics going on. Here yeah so basically you're saying hey like let's walk through kind of the the life cycle of data and kind of like follow it and so on Yeah so maybe. That's our with a three. So i that think about adding capacity to the network than adding storage. So you know a client hiring hiring a minor to its data and then the third is a another client retreating. Something that exists there so the first case A minor that has sort of provide. And i walked up to the network and up pledges. Certain amount of sectors and a pledge is a commitment to the network that you're going to store a certain amount of addison capacity and you're going to produce some proofs for that capacity and you also have to of because this is a relief to consumers. You have to have something at stake here. You have to discern conditions in which the might eat. Certain kinds of you could play That includes kind of eighty positive. A falcon A minor add smart of the networks some actual capacity than gets a random seed from the network to start Some data and kind of to produce a kind seal. What is right now. An empty sectors know capacity. And this is a kind of a sector today thirty two gigabytes and then there'll be kinda size actress in the feature on in what they might or might walk in with satire by or something like that you're by terabyte into you know thirty two gigabytes segments Any now Seal all of these segments in the ceiling processing in a reputation that you actually have that capacity to provide the network and the minor you have now signed up with an hour to for the this capacity in addition to monica sets a an asking price which is how much they're still is going to go for when clients are going to hire less storage What go right now. The sort of a global ask bryce on minor mostly use cases. Miners have one price in that set. 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You can kind of create a deal to hire minor to back this backpack this data and that deal is of a relationship between a client and it client in a single minor and a single piece of data just kind of like the unit of of agreement as a. You probably want to do this with multiple minors because he want to replicate your data with multiple different parties and and so you now sound good data over to find these miners in the network by you. This number of ways you can either a numerate them from the blockchain you can find them in a buck explorer this much tools that can show you what miners what prices they have and so you select which minor you want and you could be maybe presented but you might also take into account other important details about the minor so for example they're kind of reliability. There's a different kind of schedules features about the minor that tracked by the blockchain and can score ran others. There's no emerging score the everybody's using yet but you could put these kind of like rating style numbers from the kind of like a very simple way of selecting minors klein right now. Uses a minor and sensor data over to the source provider one source brighter receives that they the deal is completed and the minor. Alicia the deal into the network. There's a bunch of operations that happened underneath a hood in order to like actually making that make that work this in preparation of the data that has to happen in order to make it easier to prove on and so on and definitely a different sizes of the data really matter writes a few set sending a little. Bit of the nsa. A few megabytes few kilobytes megabytes. That's going to be the kind of distribution very different than if you're sending gigabytes or terabytes and so for example in the smaller scales that just a very simple protocol where right away i can just over and make the deal and whatnot user Completely hidden from you. 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Soft Power 2020
"Am joined today on special soft power program by mongols foreign editor megan gibson monocle culture editor kiara ramallah and monocle twenty four culture correspondent and eurovision desk chief. Fernando augusto up. We have a lot to cover in analyzing who made l. top ten this year and who didn't but we should talk about first of all meghan. What an unusual year for calibrating soft power. This was because of course it was like every country on earth given the same test it was like he is a pandemic deal revert. And see what it says about you. As a nation did it make a difference on how countries will seen by the rest of the world and soft power terms. It absolutely did like you said every country was dealing pretty much the same set of problems but just as internally the pandemic kind of shed light on where countries weren't up to snuff and where there's certain systems were lacking or the social welfare net was not working so too did a show which countries were really relying on kind of coasting approach to diplomacy and soft power. Every country had to turn inward in some respect. You had to face an economy. Crunch you had to face a healthcare crisis but a lot of countries still managed to think about diplomacy and what. They're projecting abroad and to other countries and global cooperation. And that is something. I think that kind of threw up some surprises when we actually looked at the year in terms of soft power some countries that have never made our list before immediately caught our eye. Well let's talk about that. We'll come back a bit later to how different countries responded to the covid nineteen crisis. But let's look first of all at our top ten and meghan all ask you again. You were talking about surprise entries in the top ten. Who is there. The see that hasn't been before i think the first one. I'm going to go to taiwan. And i should say we've done top ten this year. Usually we do top twenty five. We quickly realized that there weren't twenty five countries. That actually made that good impression on the world. I would say this year. A peace prize in the nineteen forties. Exactly we cut it down to ten and picked the ten countries that did something notable on the world stage and taiwan absolutely one of them from their stellar leadership in actually handling the virus. Which i mean has seen the country. Even today has had quite a minimal effect. On at the helm of its citizens numbers have been tiny and given their proximity to china. Remarkable for that. That's just been something that they've really been able to step up and show that they've had good leadership and for such a tiny country and a country that has been long grappling with a very antagonistic neighbor. That's been really impressive. And i think we've also could look at another country that has made our list consistently but also small and has done really well with the pandemic and that's new zealand new zealand again a beneficiary of its leadership and of its leader. Another factor we will come back to later in the show. I wanted to bring you in now. Kiara refu- look at the top ten. Were there any entries in there that left out at you. It's difficult for me to look at this without my cultural hat on. Because i do think that cultural exports make up so much of a country soft power their own way. You know if you do have a tv hit. That really can change. The international perspective of people have on your country in the issue. We have profile of borgen. The danish show which kind of guess kicked off almost a huge facination with scanning wa. I'm happy that south korea is in the fair number and i were discussing. Grammy results on are getting their first ever kind of major grammy nomination. I mean that is huge because the grammys are essentially a us kind of awards ceremony. Yes of course it has one global subcategory but it's largely. Us fakest for a korean bond to be nominated as part of that really means that they have become not only a korean band moore global bond and that radius testament to the power of capes. I think south korea has really well deserved second-place cultural reasons but also for all the other reasons dr megan was discussing. It's very interesting. Also you you know you mentioned new zealand as well and perhaps it's a very niche reason to be very well known abroad but i do think that new zealand has got an increasing amount of really interesting. Musical acts that are genuinely world class. I'm talking the likes of zuma. Alice harding benet talking. Broods mullen williams all quite indie acts but in the the community which is very dedicated. Genuinely these are kind of agenda setting also around the world. So i think it's really interesting. That a tiny nation can produce a really interesting side of the musical experimentation side of things obviously around this table. Four nations are represented all nations with instantly recognizable and widely understood national brands. And that's my nation of australia. Kiara of italy fernando's of brazil megan's of canada which i notice is the only one in the top ten. This whole thing is just the most shameless stitch-up so fernando to bring you in brazil a country with a powerful national brand and yet you are not in the top ten this year. Do you feel especially put out by that is. Is there a case you would like to make well. No no no not not in two thousand twenty eight gave you the big buildings builder. People would be surprised by me. Because i always a believer brazilian. I'm very proud of being resilient. And i am still an and we do have an amazing opportunity to be one of the best countries in soft power so perhaps in a few years will be there the top of the list but honestly i mean this year has been terrible for brazil president. He's an isolationist. he's not handling very well. The situation in the rain forest which matters a lot for the outside world. Perhaps those of us who enjoy breathing so exactly. But i mean it. It is an issue in brazil. but i notice. We've all my friends when they say. Oh how during forest the amazon. Your president doesn't care. And of course his declaration sometimes every day he said something quite offensive to specific groups. And it's funny. I was trying to say i mean. What is brazil doing. well now we. We are student load of great things but even at football you have. Our biggest star neymar liked by some. But he's but even in brazil. Laura people don't like neymar like perhaps some aspects of his personality. So then i think even football. We're not so well liked turfing. We need to improve. I am an optimistic. I think things will change but two thousand twenty is yeah. I agree it. It's not the year of brazil. And i do think this year has been a blip for a lot of countries and as i was saying you know cultural experts from italy. Obviously still very strong italian food still eating around the world unloved around the world especially on this table but this year it was all about the countries that had cut through and what the cut through was what the stories that were resonating around. The world like fernandez. The amazon is what people were thinking about. When they thought about brazil they were not thinking of amazing beaches. Or you know wonderful culture and things like that it was the bad headlines that were really being projected around the world just finally in this first part of the show. I am going to rise heroically above complaining too much about the struggles exclusion in favor of new zealand. And just let these self evident absurdity of that speak for itself but meghan there couple of other countries which again have shoes soft power in princeton fact arguably the countries with the to hugest soft power imprint i e the united kingdom and the united states neither of the mike it and is that just about covid nineteen and all the people who happened to be leading them at the moment. It is definitely down to leadership. Soft power is usually something that is built up over years and decades so usually it can survive a bad year it can survive a wrong thinking government but in the case of the uk and definitely the us. It's not that. Diplomacy was neglected in the last few years. I mean we've seen a lot of policies that have been actually hostile to global cooperation. And i think a lot of people's perceptions of those countries have really shifted especially when it comes to the us under donald trump.
Some New York City businesses remove plywood put up over election fears
"Lot of local businesses close themselves down last week, some owners were scared of how people would react to election results. But today in Manhattan Plywood was finally coming down here. A warehouse wines and spirits near Astor Place, and manager Costas Missouri's was happy. It's a new day has actually smiling. I know you don't seem it's the must. But it is a good thing, he says. The store was broken into twice when black lives matter. Protests turned violent. Last spring, We saved everything from Beginning, so since we took a step just to be on the safe side, the plywood is still upon a doughnut shop, a hat store and the footlocker across Broadway. Dimitrius Benet owes manages the soup and Berg or diner. Which he says is struggling. We're running on people along when that finishes, nothing changes. Probably Bonetto says. The boarded up storefronts or unwelcoming and terrible for business in
How to Hit 6 Figures with a List of 600 with Holly MacCue
"Holly say what's up to fire nation and sure. So the interesting about yourself that most people don't know hey John Hey fire nation thank you so much for having me. So excited for this. So I'm really curious to know what your response is going to be to this game. We have men peasant, but the one thing that a lot of people don't know about me is I actually have a blue belt in taekwondo. I actually wish that I had no before because you know sometimes i. Go a little overboard on my teasing and I'm kind of picturing the time. War where I was kind of making fun of a little bit like you could have kicked. My Butt. Yeah just watch out John. Luckily, we are now half a world away from each other. So even a blue belt, I'm feeling a little safe, but that is something I did not know about you. But yes, fire nation Hollywood part of an incredible mastermind, the kate knife through about six months ago it was awesome to welcome her and some other amazing entrepreneurs to the lovely island of Puerto Rico and specifically Palmist Mar I got to learn A. Lot about what she has going on, and that's why I'm fired up fire nation for you to hear from. Holly today. We're GONNA talk about how to hit six figures with a list of six hundred and tell you right now holly somebody who does more with what she has almost anybody I know and I love that about her. So Holly, let's break this down a little bit. You've had an unconventional start in entrepreneurship. Breakdown for fire nation how did you first begin your Biz Show? The reality is I didn't actually set out to start my business in the beginning it just became the only way I could actually do I want it. So my business background is as a marketing and brand strategist I walked almost a decade for leading fortune five hundred companies in the fast moving consumer goods industry, which basically just means multimillion billion dollar global brands such as Gillette pantene shampoo bus perfume, and one of your favorites, Jon Benet, Jerry's ice cream. So, that was kind of my weld and I always in my most recent role, there is leading a two hundred million dollar brand portfolio whereas basically just tossed with how do I grow this brand in that market? How do I execute on amazing media campaigns get to know my consumers so that was that was the world I knew and on paper I was successful I got the absolute dream role that I could possibly have wanted ahead a view of the mountains in Switzerland bring out of his window. And then Ireland never forget this. Awful moment when I was having dinner with friends of a pizza unwind and I had this mind numbing thought that I guess I'll just be happy when I'm retired. Like Oh, I'm in my mid twenties that's quite a long way. Years. Away. That's like twice as long as you've been alive. Exactly. Exactly. So that was kind of like something for me to finally attention to and the reality was I've been really bent out for quite a period of time I'd got caught up in. Comparison Trabzon. Myself in fast-moving corporate space and I was massive perfectionist which did not help so I kind of went through that somewhat obligatory quarter life crisis that we all seem to experience today's in there. And that really ignited. I kind of Ray into Paseo development I'd never been exposed to anything to pass on development up until that moment when I realized I need a way to calm the flip down and so my first thing was I'm going to go to a meditation colas and then I became an P. Practitioner and then I certified as courage and it just kind of my obsession grew as I implemented all the things I was learning that will having literally life changing impact on me. So when I moved from London to Sydney a few. Years later I was like I want to do more of this because it's so amazing I'm going to try and get a job in eight Shaw Orlando Development and it's going to be amazing. I have these qualifications. I'm so passionate enthusiastic and bear in mind I just moved to the other side of the world with zero networks. No one knew my name and I'm going to recruitment agents saying, Hey, this is what I can do like yet. That's not going to happen because you'll see visas marketing and everyone gave crap that I. Wanted to ECHINACEA it was really soul destroying and I was just banging my head against a brick wall time and time and time again, and then I recognize that honestly the only way could explore this New Passion for coaching and personal. Development and see how I could support people in similar quarter live crises was to start my own business. So I the very unconventional step of actually negotiating a pot time senior marketing role in which five hundred company that gave me one precious day to just my Tories in the water. Of, what could be if I took this further over time? I was then to grow my business I negotiated two days a week on that with three days in my corporate role, and then I went on maternity leave to have my daughter and today I'm three days a week in my business around her. So it was a very a out of the way to do it, and as probably not the same story that a lot of other people have. But since that moment I've had people ask me how did he do that? And so that was what started everything off and today I. Am so grateful and so blessed I didn't just. You know accept that Acadia get nine to five just put his dreams draw. We'll come back to Atlanta but I, really followed that banning fi and my belly and I found a way to make it happen because today I have all the flexibility I could possibly want around my daughter while doing the work
"benet" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly
"Really excited about it. So I I can't wait. tastic and donors law me as a musician. Of course you knew all boots out now, but you know you're supposed to be in Europe. You know performing. How did Cova Nineteen affected you as a musician? Because it is difficult times, I mean because Lotta people live performances so important for the music industry, and and maybe yourself as well. Yeah, it's funny. I had this huge e planned, and I was of course, devastated artists much larger than me in the same position I really admire syndicate and I think he did one show. And he had this massive to that was going to sell out through the US, and he did one show, and that it had to pull the plug on a like bands like time and pollinated thing to do a show, so there's like affected performance in that way and releasing recco might seem a bit crazy to do when you can't tour it but. In my mind are built up this momentum by during the last few years and All the sudden and white to we can go out and tour again would just absolutely kill the momentum. And also. I think people are very stopped for new music at the moment. So I've have and I hope we can when we can an. I was doing some livestream. INSTAGRAM concerts just to stay connected to fans, and also that helps promote the new coming up, so if anything. In a bizarre way. Has Built my audience probably not as much as it would have had. To but. You have to make lemons with emanate, but I know it's funny. I was speaking to Simone. It's pretty devastating also for all the other behind the scenes, people in the music industry Santa Genie's stagehands venues, and that's all starting to slowly sinking. So. Yeah, it's GonNa be a long haul. I think and I'm also pretty burnt-out from our could another the moment. That's probably the last thing I'm really itching to get out and up full. One thing we're going to do is record video alive at performance of the new album, because fans in European european-american patsy them for wall so. been starting to plan that, and I was playing the new album las talk practicing it with the Bass Guitar, singing, and.
"benet" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly
"Don't even pleasure having here, monocle twenty four. I have to say I love your music, so it's lovely talking to you, but first of all for those who perhaps much about your career. How would you describe your music because it's such a lovely mix of generous? That's always the hottest question, but I'll trauma best for me I. Guess it's kind of like this is a very generalized description, but it's fun. There's lots of elements rock. disco Funk con blended their favorite kinds of music. And splendid them into something that I enjoy performing and writing, and usually people that come show is to have a lot of fun I. Adore Ito disc when I was reading true that your father was somehow involved with the movement. I come from a family of musicians I come from the era of my space. The very beginning and everybody would have a very ironic buyer, and that was my fire, and it stuck its Hof true because identify the WHO was a musician. My grandfather was a piano coordinates as well. I did play piano. Cody myself and Yeah, so it's. He wasn't a partner of. Of Attorney Disco Gordian, but wasn't voted music while and is interesting again. Your music could be described as ironic mobile funded enough I. Don't read sometimes the irony because actually loved the beat, you think your New Work Mr experienced. Perhaps there's a little bit less of this irony. In May be kind of all elements your music as well. Definitely. My first album started off. Two Thousand and eleven, which was cooled back. Very improvised was a lot of Iranian, the character because you know around the time I, was bowling middle aged guy in a music, saying that was full of really beautiful, looking mile, dreamy, shaggy singers, and so that was the part there, and it seems quite funny to someone like me to be singing songs about love and romance and I, it's kind of evolved down. I'm still very much. Don't take myself too seriously. As in that I like to laugh at myself bought, the music's always been very serious element and by the time I've gotten to Mr, experiencing as I think there is actually the irony somewhat has dropped, but there's I. Think some beautiful message, isn't it? That are fail like I felt that it would be hard to continue down. This path are running satirical music. The still elements of that and I think it's quite clear. Try and weeds at in music because I think music and humor to things Maxwell, but the music's always going to be very serious and as you mentioned the base player by trade that's kind of my main strength and baselines and the drum patterns program are very much the focal point of the music so. It'd be ironic satirical point. He's the Konica. Risk Their Miss Nov.. When I'm listening to Mr.
The Story of Spanish
"All the political wrangling in the United States over its immigration policies concerning people from south of the border the nation's long and intimate relationship with Spanish speaking neighbors is often overlooked in fact in the United States. Were already one of the top Spanish speaking countries in the world. So how in the first place did a dialect spoken by? Just a handful of shepherds up northern Spain eventually become the world's second most spoken language. Jon Benet Nadeau and Julie Barlow are the husband and wife team the history and role of I the French language in their book. The story of French and now they're examining the same story for Spanish book is called the story of Spanish. They join us now to share their intriguing biography of Spanish. Hola AMIGOS LAST TIME. We spoke you were. We were all in the French mode. And now we've got this book which is kind of like a biography of Spanish. What is the importance of the Spanish language on our planet today? It's a large language its spoken by about four hundred twenty million people in twenty countries. So it's either as a large native base contrary to French for example which has a small native base right so language also that as peculiarity. It's actually less taught. Outside of its of its natural sphere. Except for three countries three countries weights were very largely taught as a second language United States Brazil and France These three countries make up about I would say seventy percent of their learners outside of southern. Excuse that's interesting. There's there's two dimensions of the impact of a language than how many people speak it natively and how many people are learning it as a second language and it's not always correlated. No not at all but one of the interesting things one of one of the motivations for writing the book was this realization. We had that. It was you know growing as a second language obviously in the United States but that the United States itself was becoming a kind of Hispanic country and the United States as we tell the story in the book that the United States has its own Spanish language academy one interesting things about Spanish. Unlike say French is it's very decentralized. The control of the language and the standards of the language are managed among the twenty or twenty two Spanish speaking countries and the United States is one of them and it's an important growing center so we We thought that was really interesting. We didn't quite a bit of the research for the book. We we did. Um while you're living in Phoenix Arizona Okay and We were looking at him. You know what was happening. In the dynamics of the United States the United States is is very interesting. Because we're talking. But fifty million Hispanics Spanish speaking people in the United States. It's almost as if the United States and grew country of the size of Spain. That's quite underestimated. Linguistic power than fifty fifty s people in a very important country from economics and politics and so on one aspect. I find even more fascinating. Is that into discourse. Today we talk about Hispanics entering the country all but historically it's United States that entered Hispanics fear like all of the southwest starting from Texas to California was Spain. Oh so in other words. We took that we bought it or we conquered it. Are we next it and things so it was Spanish speaking I and we in is that why I looked at a chart in your book? And it shows clearly the south and the southwest in the West Coast along with Florida's where the most Spanish speakers are in the United States. I I was thinking that would be more immigration but actually it does mirror. Who was there? When we annexed that territory. Exactly what we were living in Phoenix. We were kind of stunned. I mean the people that you would think immigrants actually understood the land and they understood you know people were eating cactus and this lady that we're living in to make food out of it and they understood the climate. It's their climate. They were doing that a long time before the Louisiana purchase. Or whatever exactly exactly and they're still doing it and the rest of the standing around wondering what's going on and that you know. The Latinos are wandering the streets with garbage bags. You know. Let me get this. This is interesting because a lot of Americans have have anxiety about our country. You know becoming less pure English and so on but when you really look at the history. There's always been a substantial minority of people at one time a majority of people speaking Spanish in this out in the southwest. Yes yes in the center. Mississippi area was French. So you have that history and I remember when I was a student Used to go to Tex Mex restaurants in Montreal and saying this is not real Mexican food you know to realize many years later. That tex-mex is another brand of Mexican hat is something it makes it. It's not just a tacky commercial thing it's just don't feel region of a of a long time ethnic reality. It's its own brand. And the Anti EU cowboy culture in the United States was actually created in Spain and Spanish by Mexicans. Elder vocabulary stampede. All that is completely derived from Spanish. Ronco that's right. It all comes wrangler. It's endless all right. This is travel. With Rick Steves. We're talking with John John DOE and Julie Barlow about their book the story of Spanish before we get deep discussion genre and Julie. Tell us about writing this book. And and what? You're going in writing the book well. We had the enemy with the story of French which is sort of look at the history. And how the French was born in spread across the plan. And what were the factors that turned it into an international language and so we decided to do the same thing for Spanish? And it's a similar story but in many ways more ups and downs Spanish. As you mentioned the intro starts out as this language of shepherds basically northern Spain and then encounters these historical moments. Where in all languages like that where it's sort of make or break you know it. Spain could have become arabic-speaking could have been dominated by different waves of immigration over history and it had its kings that made fundamental decisions that shaped the language and so it's like a bookie would read for cultural background but very centered on just how the language made it. I mean it's a success
Examining the 911 call of the JonBenet Ramsey case
"Fine-tuning what's going on okay. Noteworthy left in your daughter. How old is your daughter important? How long ago was the same ransom? Note here it's a random victory place Okay what's your name. Are you okay. How long she she thinks we do? Tweet I am honey. I take a deep breath told okay. Thank you for the beautiful trailer for this week. Here captain and thank you for playing patsies nine one one call now just to clear up any type of confusion. I think we should jump right into a transcript of that nine one one call so we can all have a clear understanding what is said on both ends ends from the nine one one operator as well as Patsy Ramsey when nine one one picks up the call. Patsy Ramsey says police on one. What's what's going on Ma'am Patsy Ramsey? Seven fifty five Fifteenth Street. What's going on there Ma'am Patsy? We have a kidnapping hurry please. He's nine one one explained to me what's going on. Okay patsy there we have A. There's a note left and our daughter's gone nine. One one note was left in your daughter's gone patsy. Yes nine one one. How old is your daughter? She is six six years old. She's blonde six years old. How long ago was this patsy? I don't know I just got the no in my daughter's gone nine one one. Does it say who took her patsy. What nine one one does it say? Who took her Pazzi? No I don't know there's a ransom handsome. No here nine one. It's a ransom note patsy it. SAYS SB T sea victory. Please nine one one okay. Okay what's your name or you Cath Asi Patsy Ramsey on the mother. Oh my God please nine one one. Okay I'm sending an officer Sir over okay patsy please nine one one. Do you know how long she's been gone. No I don't please. We just got up and she's not here here. Oh my God please nine one one okay. Cal- patsy please send somebody nine one. I am honey patsy. Please nine one one take a deep breath and patsy. She says hurry. Hurry hurry nine. One one says Pazzi Pazzi Pazzi. At the start part of this call. It appears the Patsy Ramsey is asking for the police. Now we only hear her say police. There are some reports that state that that that is inaudible that we cannot tell what Patsy is saying in that first line yeah. There's some people that speculate that she actually goes to say ambulance and and cuts herself off and says police. She's immediately asked what is going on to which she responds giving her address again. What is going on there ma'am? She states dates. We have a kidnapping hurry please. What I decipher from this? Very quick little snippet at the beginning of the call is I kind of think good and bad when we look at the the scales of Justice in regards to Patsy Ramsey. She's doing exactly what I would expect a mother who is terrified. Ah what could be going on. Her daughter's gone and found a ransom. Note right she is asking for the type of help that she needs police. She is asking. She is stating where she is located and immediately stating stating the problem at hand we kidnapping and then asking hurry please. We've gone through a lot of these nine one one calls over the years. Yeah yeah they drive me nuts. One thing that I've always called into question is when we have a lengthy call and the person is failing to ask for help to respond to the situation until later in the call right here this call roughly is about. I was trying the time it. It's roughly it's a little over a minute. Forty two seconds or something and we have within seven seconds of the call all she is actually asking for help. She's asking for someone to respond to the scene right so I think a good sign for patsy where I say that I think a bad sign signed for Patsy is and this might be just too much speculation on my part but it almost appears to me and somewhat of a manner that she I believe that she could ask for the type of help that she wants police or ambulance. She states where they are located and states. The problem at hand kidnapping happing part of me wonders if she thought that the conversation was going to go any further than that right it okay. Now I'm off the hook. I've made this call. I've told told them to help that. We need. Let's wait for them to respond very good here. We had the nine one one operator asking again. Explain to me what is going on. Okay okay one thing that I will point out that I think is good for Patsy. Ramsey here is unwilling. You mean good good in the sense that let's say she's innocent of any wrongdoing. She goes immediately into we have A. There's a note left in our daughter's gone meaning. Where my first suspicion was that this? This conversation was going to be over soon as she said. There's a kidnapping please hurry right. Then she's asks what is going on. She without hesitation goes into what is going on. She doesn't stumble. You know like I would expect somebody that has has a lot to hide to possibly stumble at that point in the conversation. A lot up. Yeah a lot of us And then there several back and forth about you know our daughter's daughter's gone and there's a note here. She gives a brief description. The at six years old she's blonde. She's a six year old girl down a lot of people label give her a check mark in the and the guilty column for never saying her daughter's name but in fairness to Patsy Ramsey. She's never asked what the daughter's name is. How old is she Karachi your name correct and then we do have a portion here where I find it interesting that nine one one is okay? What's your name? Are you calf so there. Several there are several versions Asians of this call out there right. I find this one to be the most complete one that I have seen and so I'm going with this one. I hear a her. Say The operator. Say Our Cath. which just I find that interesting? Because it doesn't she doesn't seem to know where the calls coming from from at that time almost she's GonNa ask her are you Kathleen or Kathy right but yeah I think it's probably just inaudible and and that's the closest somebody could put down to decipher so I have patsy Ramsey. Of course she's asking for help numerous amorous times asking that they please hurry numerous times throughout this call even in this very short call six or seven seconds into. It is the first time that she asked for our help. And then again around the forty second mark and basically the whole second half of the call is her asking for help or for them to please hurry. Okay so where I always stand on. Those is if we have a situation where somebody calls nine one one and they are not asking for help. Because that's essentially that's all nine one on one is therefore for you to call and request help assistance of some sort. Yeah my issue with a lot of these non one causes is just the the lack of calmness and and obviously that's easier said than done but yes you read the note you yelled for your husband you ran to your husband. You had some kind of conversation with your husband. He reads the note and he says AAC Copley's which one have the two individuals. We know which ones calmer John Ramsey. So maybe you should call because like you said after you asked for help. Maybe that's that's where you think it should stop. Its where it doesn't stop so nine one one is going to keep you whoever calls on the line as long as they can unless unless you have really good reason to not be on the call. Yeah this this call also gets put into question because I would think when you start talking to somebody and saying hey we have emergency. Here's where we're at by me talking to you. The reason why they keep you on the phone is to start calming you down. So as you as the call progresses. Patsy doesn't get more calm. I think this this to me is either a sign that she's faking it. And she's a drama queen or this says happening in real time on. This happened so quickly and as they're asking her questions she still processing the fact that her kid is gone on. And what the hell are we going to do. And one of the things I find really interesting. I believe John. Douglas talks about this. This is one of the key things that he believes that she didn't know much about the note and go get to the note later. Ballade people speculate that she wrote it while she wrote it and they said WHO's the note from that if she was really familiar with the note she she would adjust said as BTC. But it's almost like she asked flip to that part of the note and then she reads from down to upwards reads S. B. T. C.. That makes no sense so she goes to the next word to try to find the answer S. B. T. C.. Nope that's not a good answer victory. Oh that's not good answer either she. I'm saying so. If somebody is more familiar with the no they probably went out. Read from down to up probably when it had to flip to the back To the third page aged to find the answer. That's assuming that that she's doing that. But it sounds like the way she's describing things on that nine one one call. It sounds as if that that is in fact what she is doing. Yeah it'd be very good acting. I would think if she's faking. That you said Drama Queen. I do believe she took some trauma courses. This is the in high school or College. I B here's what drives me. Nuts is like on the where always constantly going. Well here's how I would've reacted or this is how I think somebody should react. Where because if you did if John Ramsey called and said my name is John Ramsey my my daughter Jon Benet Ramsey's missing? She's six years old she's blonde. She's about however tall that they would persecute him for being into com- Not being emotional enough right well I to me. I don't try to look too much into the to try to figure throughout the emotions of the person making the call. I never do that. My whole thing is just I always question win. They are finally asking for help. Because that's that's what nine one one is. It's truly a life line. It is their only to be asking for help and Dan when somebody is in a situation as severe as this. I expect them to be asking for help very quickly in the call and the reason why I always reference that is because if it's a put on if you're only calling nine one one because you feel that that's what you are supposed to do or how you are supposed to act in the situation and you in fact it something terrible then really. You don't want help to show up inside deep down inside you. You're hoping it's delayed as possible because you don't want to have to explain anything to anyone right because you don't want them to know what you've done so I always take that into account when I when I listen these. I never tried to listen to the emotion because as you very Very well pointed out. We don't know how each one of us would behave or react to these different situations. We there is no right way to act or wrong way to behave on these calls and the car gets a little more interesting at the end because there is no okay. See you later or will be here waiting. There's no and end and that's where I believe possibly at that point. John Ramsey is trying to tell patsy Ramsey. Something there's something going on at that House that is pulling her attention away from the phone call in that point. Gone that minute and and forty some seconds on the phone to that mother could have felt like an hour so she might have been like look. I said all I need to say now. There's stuff going on here And now I'm talking to these individuals than the phone hangs up and it's always been kind of a mystery what it has been said at the Ed this is from a two thousand sixteen story on Bustle Dot Com. There's long been debate Over what exactly happened at the tail end of the of the recording was some arguing. The call did not immediately disconnect after patsy hung up the receiver and that a third voice can be heard the nine one one tape has been analyzed nine times nine different times by everyone
The Murder of Heather Dawn Church
"It took almost two years to find the remains of Heather Church and the crime scene where the remains were found offered offered no clues as to who the perpetrator of this abduction and murder could be the daily sentinel ran an article with the headline girls remains pains found after two year search this from the Associated Press the article labeled Timothy Belbek. The man who found her skull and reported ended his findings as a transient camper and states the death was ruled a homicide and the coroner's report indicates. Heather suffered blunt force trauma trauma to the head. This article has some interesting pieces of information in here as well. It goes on to say heather was last seen wearing white cotton mm pajamas and no shoes she had laid out an outfit for school and her wedding was rumbled as if she was asleep until something Ed awaken her enter Lou Smit who is loose mic captain his detective that likes to climb in and out of windows. NDO is probably best known for his involvement in the Jon Benet Ramsey case. I think he's on the smaller side to captain that might make give him the the extra super ability of climbing in and out of windows you'd think so. I don't think he looks small to me. I didn't either but I read read some story where he decided. When he first became a police officer he needed to balk up because he was like I want to say he was like five have six to maybe five seven but like one hundred and fifty pounds when he first started on the force he got into some situation where he said a A large woman was attempting to drag him across the street and she was having some success and that's when he decided I got to start going to the gym. I got beef up if I'm going to be there. I think that was my mother. Well you know I like to use the term supercop loose-knit. It is certainly a super cop in his career. He worked on more than two hundred murder cases in which a suspect had been arrested and tried for for their crimes he was a detective with the Colorado Springs Police Department. He joined the force way back in nineteen sixty six and worked his way way all the way up to the rank of detective. Liu help to get the arrest and conviction of spree killer Freddie Glenn and his accomplice. This Michael Corbett Glenn was found guilty of murdering three people in Nineteen seventy five at one of them being a Karen grammer. That's correct correct this including the killing of Karen grammer younger sister of actor Kelsey grammer he was also involved in the arrest and conviction Shen of Michael Corbett. This was Freddie Glenn's accomplice so together we have. Glenn who was found guilty of murdering three people nineteen seventy five Glenn Corbett together were responsible for a total of five deaths in and around Colorado Springs back in nineteen seventy five so now I would like to introduce you to another man John Anderson now. I'm not talking about money in the bank in Seminole Wind John Anderson no I'm talking about the John Anderson who I will deem to be another supercop. Anderson was sworn in in January of Nineteen Ninety five have as El Paso County's new sheriff and with him came loose smit Anderson wanted two things one for Lou Smith to take over as captain of detectives in El Paso County and to to solve heather churches case which by this time nineteen ninety-five was looking like it would never be solved in the over three years of the case law enforcement really only developed per the evidence evidence in interviews a few suspects some of the members of Heather's Church at one point turned on one another heather's Sunday schoolteacher teacher and a family friend were questioned extensively as we're heather's parents everyone police in the FBI looked at either had an the iron clad alibi passed a polygraph test or both again this included heather's parents Diane and might definitely a lot of suspicion towards awards the parents. I think when you have a case like this where you have no leads no clues. That's Kinda where the direction that it just naturally takes on yeah now in nineteen ninety five loose-knit took over as captain of detectives and he took over the Heather Church investigation. Lou is pretty old school and he said that regardless of what other people thought that they knew about the case case Mike and Diane Church were not suspects. He said he knew very early on in his investigation that they together nor separate were involved loved in any way after meeting them both and speaking with them separately. Smith believed they were truly victims and far too good of people to do something so terrible is not clear whether or not they took polygraph test and passed or not right the information nation. I have that came from the sheriff's. Department states that they did okay now. Smith also offered up after speaking with the parents he offered up. Some of his expert opinions on the case to the parents have either. He told them he would catch the man that killed her. He said he he believed the perpetrator was an intelligent mail and that his name was already in the case file he also believed unlike the FBI that the motive behind why the PERP entered the church home may not have been sexual. Smith wanted to start his investigation at the very very beginning and reviewing the case he noted the recovery of fingerprints from the Crime Scene Captain Schmidt recognized that although the prince had been forwarded to both the FBI in the CBI he was aware that there were in fact ninety two separate automated fingerprint identification systems or Apis for short so here we are once more capped at the latent fingerprints left on the master bedroom window screen from from inside Heather Churches House. Yet seems like that's the biggest piece of evidence. We have forensics expert. Thomas Carney was is the man who educated smit on the trouble with the fingerprint systems in fact Carney he came from Miami. He worked in law enforcement and and Miami he was the first person to compile a list of the eighth systems in the United States Canada and Mexico and Short North America as said this number as of nineteen ninety five was ninety two of these systems. Carney Arne put together ninety two sets of black and white photographs of the prince that they found on the window screen and this was to be mailed off off to all ninety two automated finger printing identification systems in March of Nineteen ninety-five. They got the call they were waiting on for years so sound the trumpets Captain Burke where we're still working on the trumpets your occur at that was good taking lessons. That was good but I mean we. We need some actual real trumpets. They got a match and fact they got two matches one in California and one in Louisiana so ninety two of these different places they send off these photographs two of them. Call back and say hey we we gotta match for you on those fingerprints that you sent us
Man faces prison time for wife's disappearance during honeymoon
"Louis Ben will be sentenced today in Miami, federal court after pleading to involuntary manslaughter his wife Isabela Hellman of Delray Beach, just declared dead by a judge after the couple sailboat sank in the Atlantic during their honeymoon in may of twenty six seventeen helman's body. Never found Bennett was accused of intentionally sinking the boat. They have a daughter who's in the care of benet's parents. He faces up to eight years in prison for Isabel death and sentenced today in Miami at nine o'clock
"benet" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Spill it's Wendy yesterday about this time we would have been amid interview with travel experts and marijuana proponent, Rick steves. But there was a scheduling snafu, right? So he's he showed up actually, I'm Steve Bertrand. Because when we said that we had amount. He's like I was trying to get him. And then lo and behold, I think Steve Bertrand sabotage. I would never do that sabotage, right? Never do that. No. So he's going to be at the travel show this weekend. And we're going to talk to him at eleven thirty today. He's just been rescheduled. Did you warm them up for us yesterday? Steve actually, I told them to call you tomorrow. Yeah. So nice of you. We're also gonna talk television with decider dot com Alexander's album. That's coming up later in the day as well. I got an alert. I was watching black clansmen last night. It's a great movie. I really enjoyed it. I like Spike Lee, I really do. And I saw the alerts about Jamie Kloss who was found, and I hate to pull myself out of a movie, but I have my phone with me all the time, and I had to pause just read it and see the great news. Also got an alert that there was an alleged confession about the Jon Benet Ramsey murder. So that of course, Piques my curiosity. This is something that I really did lose sleep over at when this happened how many years ago? I don't know. Years ago. It's been a long time. And I just wanna know the truth. I know her mother was accused at one point Pepsi has since died. Her father her brother, just successfully sued was at CBS. It was it was one of the networks for for alleged that he was the murderer. Right. Well, now, this is just been released as of yesterday police in Boulder Colorado appear to be dismissing a man's alleged confession to Jon Benet Ramsey murder. The Daily Mail dot com reported on Thursday yesterday that fifty four year old Gary alita admitted in a letters obtained by the tabloid to killing Jon Benet by accident. But the boulder police department released a statement afterwards saying it appears to refute claims made by the convicted pedophile who has made similar confessions in the past. Is he the one that they years ago? There was a guy in another country who insisted he did this. I don't think this is a different guy. He was one of the early suspects in the Ramsey case. The convicted sex offender may have been close to the Ramsey home on the night of the murder when he was arrested on other charges back in two thousand police found a photo of Jon Benet in his possession. But he was he's currently in jail, and he had written a letter to a high school friend saying that he had an obsession with her. And that was an accident. It's very disturbing and I wondered what was going to become a vet. And now you're seeing that. Boulder. Police are not necessarily taking his confession to be true. What's in it for these guys? And we don't know yet. If this guy did it or didn't do it. It doesn't look like he did it. He's he's currently behind bars for two thousand sixteen child porn case court documents show Aleve. Downloaded twenty two separate set sexually explicit images. All the photos show children under ten years of age. And I don't know does is this like a scream for attention for giving him some notoriety. Several people have come forward over the years and claim that they did this. But I I can't imagine what they could possibly get out of it. If what you said is true. I can. Yeah. I guess but. Is that the kind of notoriety? I mean, I know we're dealing again with troubled minds who are thinking clearly, but what could you possibly get out of that? If you did it or if you didn't do it to set to try to set people up to believe, you did it doesn't make any sense. I want to tell people that I invented Amazon, but no one fair gopher could things not, you know. So what what is their next step with this guy? What do they do to try to figure out if he is telling the truth in this case or not suspect in the past? And they decided he didn't do it. Right. But he's currently in jail. So I believe that they can take their time because it's not like he's going anywhere. Right. All right. And again, just big news this morning, Jamie class, she was kidnapped Tober fifteenth as each day went by just it didn't look good, right? A texter says what you get out of it is the fact that you're infamous forever. That's why you do it until they prove that you didn't do it. Right. If you're one of those people who are coming across in saying. Yeah. That that particular crime that was my handiwork, and then somebody backs it up and goes, no, we we can clearly show that you didn't do it. You're not getting anything out of that. But you know, Bill seems like so much news is coming out there. Fast and furious. Yeah. A lot of people including myself get confused as to what has had right? So this notoriety, you know, ten years from now, are you thinking all that guy came out? And but didn't he dispute it's like, but we can't remember the names? Like, I said other people have come forward, especially in this case, we've had several people come forward over the years and say that they did it. I can't remember any of their names, can you? They didn't do it. Right. Right. The person who did do it. They would get you know, I hate to use the word credit, but they would get the notoriety, and that's not a good thing. No horrible. But here's my question. And again, this is just me being. Naive. Is there a good chance? This will never be solved because I don't believe. I don't believe that. I think there's a great chance. It'll never be solved. It's just one of those cases that I mean at the time they were blaming local police saying they were ill. Handle it and stuff. And maybe that's true. And maybe it isn't true. But look at all these years later, are they any closer to solving it. And then they had that special a couple years ago, the one that her brothers should I keep wanting to say CBS if I'm wrong, I'm sorry. But I'm almost positive CBS. So they lead you to believe if you watch that that it was the brother, and of course, he's not too happy to hear that. So that's why the legal action. But yeah. CBS? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. He reached a settlement with them. Yeah. Yeah. A billion dollar lawsuit. I don't think that's what they settled for. No, no, no, no. But that's what he went there. Well, but the the fast answer is. Yeah. This is one of those cases that might somehow never gets out. And you've got one hundred and fifty million is what he walked away with. Wow. A lot of money, but just to clear your name. It's you know. I mean, everybody suspects members of that family, it seems right right? Right. Right. Right. It seems crazy. I was just so caught up in that case. So of course, I think it was the twentieth anniversary last year. And that's why. Yeah, we're on and. I gotta tell ya peaked. My curiosity to watch some of them. But I just don't know who or what to believe. And I can't accept the fact that this will never go south. I know there are so many unsolved murders out there for people who aren't celebrities and it's heartbreaking on the less. But this just seemed unlikely that it would go unsolved. There was too much. There was there was too much there for them to not solve it. And somehow it wasn't solved. Somehow, what are the other things that? We'll be covering is. Cody parkey bears kicker. Cody parkey Italic. Right. He was on the today show today. He did an interview we talked about yesterday. Really? He was actually we'll run a clip it a little while. I don't think we have time to do it. Now. We'll take a break. We'll take a break. But we'll run a clip of him from the today show, where he explains what that moment was like, blah, blah. So over. Move on. But it's you when it's going to be hard to move on is this weekend when they should be playing like during those three hours that they should be playing football, and they're not playing that's what it's gonna sting. A little bit spoken like a true bears fan. Well, or somebody knows some percents anyway, a break, and then more show it's Bill twenty s WGN this year. WGN radio pill ninety five years of technology.
"benet" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Lines are open to be Benet eight four four Ray show. But so many people like my pal cliff. They don't want to go on the air. I'm now out of them. Because the last time emailed me, I didn't think he wanted to be out. And so I made up name forum. Thud pucker the third. I think. Another Email, and I found it interesting enough. I actually wanted him to call in. But he was to a scared. All right. He was in. I don't know. He just doesn't feel like he wanted to one ear which is most people, by the way. And that's fine. But I rarely start with an Email. I'm gonna start with his also. Because he wants to know if he should buy a second home, and since I am an expert in having done that. And I've got the trials and tribulations the good the bad and the ugly. I will be able to address it not only from an academic standpoint. From. The Mitch show Wester lane. Was the founder and CEO of cap fund or the curated real estate fund marketplace. He's also supposedly a real estate expert and investor so he's gotta take on it might take will be a little bit different than here. But I think we'll get to similar conclusions. Also, the guy the diversification I've got that coming up momentarily and some questions as we head into the new year and lots of emails, so let's tackle this Email from cliff. I said back folks.
"benet" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang
"Fans on your planet in. Come. White van. Very creepy. So why are you here? Why are you here? I want to warn you of grave danger. Oh boy to our people human race or Americans. Greeks, which is very exciting to me is that button willow here danger. Danger. No his warning of great danger for our people, and he came to us. Yes. He came to perfect medium in which to descend this warning. That's important casts. Well of us, inter galactically. Yes. I came to you the great danger. Yes. Well, what should we hear? I the danger came to us. I could probably one great take time you the danger. I knew I knew we were special. I knew existed for great things. Take away. Yes. Okay. Good. Good. Good. So when do we start this good great? Does it start to right now? After the show first off, let's get a couple things straight. It's not good else. You shouldn't be proud. But we are agents of change in the great chain. Right. Great change danger. Dangerous change a chain. Changers. Hanes. It's change change your times. Also change. Yes. Michael Jackson came out with a record change Rhys. Past has he? Yeah. No spoilers, please. Okay. Team the scenario. What if he did? The record call changer on bad. Look what is the danger? Why are we that changes one of Michael Jackson? Okay. Talk about changes. Yeah. First things. First people would be blown away because he has passed. So if he did put out He it was like, was like, hey, hey, guys. guys. I'm back. That was funny. The you know, your situation. Funeral rush. Are you suddenly rush routes? Are you hurry? No Jason Patric twice. Jason men's. The movie rush. So his rhetoric. She would be twice. Good point Getty. Lee twice. Yes. Well, that's the that's the Tom Sawyer reference. I was I get it. Yes. Anyway, what's the danger rush? Rush. Have we explored changes to our action? You think like do you think that why isn't? Well, I guess we just know like we like there are so many for so long people believed Elvis was alive yet. He was the common reference like he just faked his existed for decades for decades people think oh to raff why has that not happened again, Peter's Elvis, and then it just seemed to fizzle out everyone. Now, who's dead everyone? Just goes. Yeah. Oh, you fully. Things are you forgetting about the conspiracy. That Jon Benet Ramsey is Katy Perry. A real thing. Is it interesting? Jon Benet Ramsey sort of energy. I guess it describing. The real hard. You know, like the kinda would like leave the house on a weekend to go. Do a beauty pageant or something. Sure. Sure really wanted is what I'm saying Katy Perry. Okay. Cool, man. Child must be dedicated to leave the house on a weekend to go to a beauty pageant. Yes. Kid wants to just hang out and read the newspaper. But instead the Wall Street Journal dead has to go to beauty Benji. These these are driven children can't way. So good to see you. But we'll oh well. No way with there's some unfinished business. What is the great danger? The great thing starts right here in this room on this day. So that's why you're here rights. Anyway, your tiny. We should mention that very very small. Hey, little guy. Marine color aquamarine. You're the size of a size eight foot. That's a good. It's not that's not convenient. And you have like like bugs is multifaceted. Is you know, like I feel like you can see I would say bugs have is like. Take take you can see in all directions. You know, I'm seeing stuff. And of course, double hat on my on my planet is very little see. So the is coming really handy. Yeah. This is a bit much for me. You'll have the Kevin Durant jersey in the size that you. You love Katy so tiny, Katie Katie Lang. Craving. Kevin Dillon entourage. Joining drama. Yeah. You know? Who's JD, Johnny? And KP Katy Perry..
"benet" Discussed on WEEI
"You like me? Listen Sunday night football has become the appointment television of the National Football League. I it it has become what Monday night used to be when I was a kid growing up. Right. They've always got the best schedule the best match ups, and it doesn't get any better than this coming Sunday night because the Kansas City Chiefs perfect five and all we'll be taking on the New Orleans under the New England Patriots. Oh my goodness. Anyways. This team looks rather unstoppable. Does it not yet? We find out today that there is little fly in the moment. Our favorite guard in the National Football League. Laura do Benet tardy who joined us on the show. Why is that name familiar ease? The kid out of Canada who not only became. A starting offensive lineman in the National Football League. But is also a doctor. Medicine school became a doctor at the same time. Apparently, they placed a they placed Dubernard up on on injured. Reserve earlier today fractured his left leg in Sunday's win over the Jaguars. And according to head coach Andy Reid. He's hoping that Benet Tardif. We'll be back before the end of the year saying that he has not done. So we'll see usually those things take about six eight weeks somewhere in that neighborhood. So you get back for the end of the season and the playoffs. I guess. So we wish him well, certainly moving forward. Jordan, debbie. Is is slated to replace retarded and he moved into that spot during the football game. And he will take over until the guard comes back. So we'll see how bad effects, and we'll talk more about this as the week goes on. But that Sunday night game on ABC's going be ridiculous. Right. I can't wait for it. Cannot wait for it. Speaking of the National Football League. Pittsburgh steelers. You know, kind of got the monkey off their back over the weekend. Big win big win at home against the Atlanta Falcons. You could call it their best one of the two thousand eighteen seasons. A matter of fact, but apparently the fuel distractions just will not leave this football team. We had. We had Libya bell which continues to be a bit of a distraction than you had Antonio Brown. It was upset because they were losing. He wasn't getting the ball. Well out today that Antonio Brown is being sued from an April incident down in Florida. Which allegedly yelled at a security guard. Okay. That those things happen. But this is the disturbing part. Apparently he threw items from the fourteenth floor of a south Florida -partment that he was running for about. I think it was thirty five thousand dollars a month. To lawsuits, by the way, alleged at Brown is liable for the damages in excess of fifteen thousand dollars, including attorney's fees and interest. He's apparently refused to pay this thing. And here's where it gets disturbing. The guardian of a two year old boy says his child child was nearly hit from some of the items being flung out of Brown's fourteen four apartment, vases, an Ottoman pieces of furniture from fourteen floors up. I mean, I don't know what the hell's wrong with you. But I mean in in whose world is that okay? That doesn't make any sense to be at all. And then I thought to myself, you know, what? We can go back. To an Tonio Brown in April after skipping the otas. How about this quote? I can't go nowhere and work out by myself. Come meet me at the field. I can't do anything normal. You guys write about me every day, my mom and my kids see it. So we have to deal with these types of things I started to think to myself and my really free. I can't really express myself in this game. I can't really tell you how I feel and I'm picking it was kind of weird out of the blue kind of comment from him. Anyways. His attorneys handling it. Now these lawsuits have been filed. So my guess is they'll be some resolution, but he's. What you're somebody fourteen fours down wasn't seriously hurt or killed in that situation. Mike Tomlin, of course, was asked about the incident. Today's he so often is said he has no knowledge at Brown situation. We'll leave it at that. My goodness. Why couldn't coach coach they're supposed to be grown men? They're not grown men. Their adolescent millionaires. A lot of. And I don't know why Antonio Brown up into have met him once or twice held a football player. But he's guys have their demons and their issues football field. Like many of us. Do they not? Indeed. All right. Eight five five three two three four NBC. That's four sixty two. If you want to jump on and join the conversation taught about that key. See patriots game coming up on Sunday. Right. Who better to kick that around with our good friend Willie mcginest? He's a three time Super Bowl champion. And of course, you can see him on NFL network. He's going jump on. And we'll talk a little drew Brees. We'll talk about that matchup from Sunday night. So don't go anywhere. You're under center. I'm more baloney. This is NBC sports radio Your.
"benet" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
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England to play Croatia in World Cup 2018 semi-final
"Main headline this hour is that the tile say they started an operation to bring twelve boys and their football coach out of the flooded caves where they've been trapped for the past two weeks now it's time on weekend for the sports news his andy barr well andy hi hello paul while england and croatia have completed the semifinal lineup football's world cup they will face each other on wednesday twenty four hours after the franz pouch jim game in the last four england yesterday were to witness over sweden that quarterfinal boss gareth southgate praises team but withstanding lots of physical pressure and felt that that resistance was crucial fomer england defender rio ferdinand said it was a welldeserved win dispensation like a wellbalanced whoa machine at the moment and come with momentum of everyone was saying we have been happy with it england same but once you get into a tournament they've got that confidence now things are happening for menendez performing the draws opened that people get your teams get you say on paper it's easy it's never easy game confidence and the easy wish dispassionately swedish team well there was disappointment i for the host nation russia who went out to croatia after a penalty shootout the match finished two two after extratime jon benet ties this report the game started slowly but burst into life when dennis cherishev schooled one of the goals of the tournament firing a left foot shot into the top of the net from outside the box it was one one just eight minutes later andre crime rate she's had a son inside the home fans the next two goals came in extratime defend adama goi vida heading in what looked like croatia's winner from a corner then mario fernandez forced penalties with yet another header in the shootout croatia held their nerve yet again as he did against denmark yvonne wreckage scored the winner tennessee's now rafa nadal will keep these number one will ranking after he amazed to reach the fourthround of the men's singles at wimbledon but another big name went out of the women's singles the top seed simona halep lost in three sets to taiwan's sue wait shea and how explained exactly what went wrong it does okay as a game i just believe that i was not very positive in court and the mattress very unprofessional for me and finding east poll that the world champion lewis hamilton will be on pole position for today's british formula one chrome pre at silverstone the current championship leader sebastian vital in the ferrari he's also on the front row of the great thank you very much that.
"benet" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum
"And we're back with genetic munay remember that pat l monet's l monet so now we're may jon benet now i can only think of jon benet anyway this is this is one of our albums of the year already and i guess it's halfway through it's really good album it's my favorite still of the year and it's there's been a lot of good music this year this is this is awesome it was i'd already listen to it a few times but it was nice to actually listen to like a ton of times for this yes i listen to it a ton of times when it first came out co shit i really am i i don't know why i was surprised because i've always liked her albums but i was like this is just good from beginning to end and that's the difference i don't know if our other albums are as good beginning to end this one i think i think there's other songs i like more than songs on this but i think this one every single song as good consistent yeah and and even though i guess you would say it's like aren't be it is also very like stylistically all over the place within that like the first song is has bryant wilson on it and it sounds like a brian wilson song every minds me a little bit of vinci's last album in in that way where it's all over the place yeah yeah in somewhat different genre but i think she's still i think they're both pushing boundaries musically and lyrically on both albums that we should compare those although i guess they're only a year apart nope never mind pat when a gun for that because i love both albums yeah i just i agree like when you picked your two songs from this kind of surprised because i was like oh those aren't like singles but they're great like you can pick any two songs from this or any three we did and it's gonna be good so the song pink yes grimes grimes the one is dating alon lusk yes he has she is well she's very good in that song yeah i actually i like grimes and she's like she kind of does what i do with music although obviously better but i don't think she's really musically trained i think she uses like you know able to live or pro tools or something to make music it's all computerized but she yes she's really i enjoy her stuff sometimes her voice wears on me a little but i do enjoy and pink well we i think we didn't pick pick we didn't pink but it is a good illustration of what's albums about which is you know kind of freedom and sexuality in a in a big way you could tell she feels like super confident i don't even know what word i'm looking for but like it's open yeah open she's like this is me world and it's very cool and very frank like sexuality and stuff.
"benet" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast
"Very bad when that came out where they smashed up thing said but the hammer this is what it would have been like it's a very popular internet conspiracy is that jon benet ramsey grew up to be katy perry what i have never heard that before the good one the other good one is labral levin that she was dead and replaced with a body double that will have that interesting all right well anyways speaking of long cons how much jamie what's your what's your history with ocean's eleven i know that i thought it was the big chill it's not the big john's actually a different movie but i have seen it before my mom made me watch it and she was horny for various cast members and so i think we probably watch on tnt or something i think that's on like in middle school or something sure i understand attachment to it don cheetos like cockney accent really really mired sexual awakening for me really not like a good cockney accent though right like it just sounds really fake he's very hot in this hot in this movie don't you hot all always but his his accent that right i don't know i was struggling i bought it i have a clarification to make okay it's not ocean's eleven it's a different two thousand once las vegas heist movie called three thousand miles to grow slann oh l well that explains the elvis is yeah why have i seen that scene i mean maybe seeing that movie maybe i have seen and it's not bernie mac who dies it's bo came woodbine sherwood like to apologize to any boqing woodbine fans who are just like how dare he disrespected him listening they're listening and get a lot of a lot of tweets thanks for clarification community is gonna go fucking wild i saw this movie in the theater brag in two thousand one at the time i really liked it i didn't know what this movie was about or hadn't heard of the original nineteen sixty versions i like had no context for it and i just went in kind of blind and i was like oh my god this is the best movie ever cool i wrote like a paper about it in college i really for the longest time really really loved this is about so it's going to college so much it's because i went to so many colleges including boston university for a master's degree in screenwriting i hate to bring it up but yeah i really enjoy this movie but i haven't really watched it in quite a few years so i am excited to talk about it it's interesting i and we have for some reason covered a lot of movies that came out in the year two thousand and one on this podcast because every time you talk about something that happens in two thousand one you have to figure out what part of two thousand one game at pre or post shrek exactly that is where that is of course the major event of shrek was the last nell of innocence because i was like july and then this came in december which i you know is just worth saying because when you say two thousand one you wanna know and also it enough you know nine eleven unfortunately informed all media consumption habits forever after that that's so interesting that came out post nine eleven because it's a movie chock full of explosives yeah yeah and then i was i was wondering that i had to stop it in the middle to be like but it did so well super highest grossing film two thousand one right right yeah and like i don't i i wonder why this movie like did so well and it's i mean it i mean there's an all star cast it was like everyone huns of a listers in this movie one of the reasons we're we're doing this movie is because oceans eight is coming out and of course there you can only have eight because there's only eight actresses total total show in the world there aren't eleven actresses so they can only have eight well my guess is that they're going to they're planning this as a trilogy so they're going to do oceans eight nine and ten and then there's already eleven twelve and thirteen and then they're going to bring it back around with a co ed cast is my guess for fourteen fifteen and sixteen birther can have to cut out so many people i mean i.
Cops look for links after 4th fatal shooting near Phoenix
"Line around the fire to ensure residents and their homes are protected cooper rummell knx ten seventy newsradio arizona authorities say the shooting death of a prominent forensic psychiatrist who worked on the jon benet ramsey case is connected to the killing of two paralegals on friday they're now investigating whether a fourth homicide is also related less than twenty four hours later a second murder victim collapsed near a bus apparently looking for help she had been shot in the head police followed a trail of blood from the street to a third victim inside the law office were both women worked we have been able to determine that the shooting on first street is related to the shooting of dr steven pit scottsdale police sergeant ben hoster identified the victims as valerie sharp and laura anderson and police have now confirmed a fourth victim in forty eight hours marshall levin a hypnotherapist and life coach there's a twenty one thousand dollar reward for information that leads authorities to the killers it is ten thirty three now the us getting an ear full from his allies over recent tariffs imposed by the trump administration on canada mexico and the eu tariffs that the president put in place are not on what many would argue is the worst offender china here in terms of overproduction and dumping of steel and aluminum those tariffs went on some of our friends canada mexico the twenty eight countries that make up the european union canada has lobbied about thirteen billion dollars worth of tariffs on the us other nations are threatening to do the same china says it will not step up its purchases of american products if president trump goes ahead with his threat to tax billions of dollars worth of chinese imports white house advisers insist on fundamental changes in ties between the world's two biggest economic powers president trump's legal team argues that he cannot be compelled to testify in front of a grand jury indicted question course it interferes with the presidency that's president trump's lawyer rudy giuliani on nbc's meet the press giuliani offered this explanation when asked whether he thinks the president cannot obstruct justice you never wanna say can't ever because you you open too wide a floodgate you might want to say he has very broad powers and.
Police: Shooting death of Steven Pitt, forensic psychiatrist, linked to killings of 2 women
"The fire has risen thousands of feet into the year the communities of youth park and cimarron have been evacuated cbs news correspondent anthony mason authorities say the fatal shootings of two paralegals in phoenix suburb are related to the killing of a wellknown forensic psychiatrists in phoenix and police are investigating to see if a fourth homicide and also connected scottsdale flea sergeant ben hoster says the murders of the two female paralegals have been linked to the shooting death the date earlier of dr steven pitt who assisted in the investigation into the nineteen ninetysix death of jon benet ramsey in colorado the women and pit were shot either inside or around their scottsdale area offices investigators were seeing if a fatal shooting yesterday at an office in scottsdale was connected as well that latest victim has not been identified we'll get to traffic and weather together on the aids and be sure to download the radio dot com app to.
California, Laguna Beach and New Mexico discussed on The Joe Pags Show
"Wildfire danger orange county california reporting mandatory evacuations beginning now in laguna beach and a lisa va how california in new mexico the u park fire has grown to twenty seven thousand acres and is forcing the evacuation of cimarron new mexico about ten miles north of durango the four sixteen fire has earned two thousand acres about eight hundred homes evacuated their the hunt is on for a possible serial shooter in arizona police are looking for whoever gunned down renowned forensic psychiatrist stephen pit outside his phoenix office on thursday police say the case could be linked to three other shooting deaths yesterday and today here's scottsdale police sergeant ben auster the first two we've related and this were still trying to determine what involvement if any it has hit was renowned for consulting on the jon benet ramsey case rockies lost to the dodgers twelve four our next update at ten cathy walker koa newsradio eight fifty am.
"benet" Discussed on Why I'm Not... with Brant Pinvidic
"So i i tell you know it's it's been a really interesting to watch the way our society has sort of dealt with these issues that you said something really interesting to it was like uh you go from the era of hugh grant two now i'm a fucking signpost the eric benet era two now the senator more an alabama whereas the or the president who has sexual assault allegations coming out the yin yang and in as like whatever let's elected president right so it's like how did what is this thing will it's just it's eight is definitely a shift in our society and it's really this sort of the culture of quote unquote sort of outrage for the day whatever people are feeling and it's what's normalized you know it's eight the normalization the normalization and eight eight desensitize in people but it's weird because there's there's that the dichotomy of having the outrage culture as well as sort of is at is off a little bit because we're desensitize to it but we get we flash up a little bit of outrage and then it's like an outrage goes way past the catcher and it's kind of fun it's really a phony on i'm enjoying nobody's really all that upset we kind of go back to our daytoday lives and we don't think much it but it is it's really sean a light on the culture that it was in sort of a female dynamic of dealing with sort of that intense may overbroad oh sexuale nets the positive thing that's come down to this incurs shit i don't know what it's like to live in a maledominated society as a woman neither do you in right you know that single mother who shit she's like i can't afford to lose this job zoophile raise any hail about my touchy feeling boss than you know so i you know that's the a positive thing that the out of the age of allegation will and i like that uh you know i like the way you handled.
"benet" Discussed on Why I'm Not... with Brant Pinvidic
"It's like a so you know 12 hours after you get fired from your job you put out a statement and say like oh i feel so sorry for these people that i heard and i'm no i'm looking at my entire life and it's like really that was twelve hours ago like he didn't seem to have a big issue with it before you felt it was consensual or you felt like it was consensual enough or you felt like it didn't really matter if it was sort of consensual and you are totally fine with that and off you went and so what about your family member the you're thing into that change yeah of the person i know i mean they this person has been caught numerous times and still continues to act out in this way um so it it is damaging in that respect um so i'm not sure i i would still say i in my opinion it would be like a grey line issue that this person has a compulsion to keep doing this even though it's negatively affected their lives slowly negative when he gets caught and you're only issue is getting caught you'll just continue doing it and and yours happy as can be and everything's great until you get caught then hiding the fatty lab person i now my foul barnes at i think hillary will do but what's really in this is fascinating saw and and i'm i'm excited for you hear this oh my friend eric benet grammy award nominated singer married to the one of those beautiful most popular big as actresses in the world halle berry gorgeous absolutely amazing and has an affair has a couple of them incidents while he was touring gets caught redhanded and it comes out that he's checked into a sex addiction centre and he's branded from that moment on as a sex addict and it it stirs up a hornet's nest fifteen years ago this was a major thing and so i wanted to sort of connect with him about this in detail now he and i've had lots of conversation about this but he's never really talked about it in.
"benet" Discussed on Why I'm Not... with Brant Pinvidic
"Sexual harassment inappropriate sexual behavior unwanted sexual advances sexual assault sexual offenses is it all just the sex addiction what is what who is who in why are people doing all this stuff will help me get to the bottom of it i brought in the foremost expert and founder of the sexual addiction institute dr chris samuel's and the first celebrity branded with the sexual addiction designation halle berry's ex husband eric benet umbrella pathetic is why i'm not podcast and this is why i'm not a sex addict y and i'm not i'm not why i'm not wife in that i i am am not not why welcome to why i'm not with brent pin vic the podcast that explores the latest trends fads beliefs and addictions from all sides and tries to remind you before you judge it try to understand it after that you're on your own this week why i'm not a sex addict and now here's your host brand pin bitter welcome to the why i'm not podcast is the show dive into the fads and trends in anything that people get all hyped up about that i don't understand and i try to interview the people that do would have learned and my motto is just 'cause i don't understand it doesn't mean it's not good end more likely it means on the dumb s and someone else is the righteous one now we're going to talk deep about sex and dirty beds sex things bought ladies and gentleman this is season two here we are all new episodes white house very exciting before i die the in and get deep here just one second i'm actually supposed to read a commercial here but i'm gonna do this a little later a really want to thank everybody who listen to at first season and subscribed it uh and i left all the comments i think of returned all of them now um but it was just overwhelming is really cool and just want to say things to everybody listen to that first season of excited to do another one all right with many things you know when there comes a level of success is going to be some changes.
"benet" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Eric benet was very in vogue at the time so he had these really beautiful dreads any walked around in this like long cloth and you can just tell aegis knew that he was like hot know and so he would just walk around and make i contacted everybody and everybody at churches like being beings there's there so moved and they're so emotional about this retailing and then finally after he went on trial spoiler alert the character of jesus goes on trial after he goes on trial you know he's there like crucify them and so then i remember the church the like all the lights blacked out in the mic cut to a clip from the passion of the christ and i dunno win islamic last year he the mel gibson vehicle and alamo winds lazarie saima the we had like sexy black jesus and in the cut to really a white jim could easily jesus emma saying that jesus was like definitely super black but i think he's at least some sorta brown like a vague brown like a law tape brown you know what i mean but it was just it didn't make sense in in finally they strap sexy black jesus into a harness in he lifted up into the rafters and everyone was just crying and so moved and i just remember feeling completely disconnected from that before as nervy like okay i don't know if this is my seen exactly that's a very very strange m cells very surreal the whole thing so you know the that was my that was my stranger things that lifeline languages very powerful and growing growing up the way you did it sounds like you wouldn't use allowed of explicit language about the body whereas now like onto your dope queens you know you use the word for genitals all the time and i'm wondering what it was like would have felt like for you the first time you were on stage or on a broadcast and you use the word vagina.
"benet" Discussed on The Joe Budden Podcast
"He really killed you make a and if we're going back real quick to get back to kill j the bad all stands at at four bars stanza way ended would never team of the eighth boston africa what he said before you live kill initiate never go air panetta eric benet part was so dope let me tell you why that was dope because and this is again just y holvis better than in than everybody when you're when in rapid sabau out when you're c it's about how you can get your point off what are you saying how will you saying it right so when he says uh uh now were later the baz garin were going away the way they've mcgown even know what else to say the fact that the next bar literally sounds like even if you try to wrap along you'll miss it if you don't do that exact cadence like he sounds like he don't know what else to say you i would like to know how many takes it took to get that bar to sound like that now only known dealt say nigam now go erik manet yet that's not a natural knocked natural that's why i was saying that the syllable use on this album is different is different that's why i'm like every line is album is why he is greater than uh the rest of us one this album the way that he rhyme two words that didn't rhyme that's another reason it m is better than everybody to they rhyme words that don't really rhyme perfectly fine or they'll run like a second syllable on each barred like shit that shouldn't even grammatical unique sense.
"benet" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Title exclusive but you can listen to some of it online some people have grabs some of the tracks and some of the things that he's addressing on this new album include his infidelity i think that you guys were talking about this a little bit before the break but but on the track kills eight jay z i think he's talking about to himself and he says the following he almost win eric benet let the bad as girl in the world get away i don't even know what else to say never go eric benet meaning eric benet cheated on one halle berry back in the day and he said oh my gosh i almost let beyond say getaway will eric benet has responded to be named checked on this track on twitter and he said thank you hey yo jay z just so you know i got the pettus girl in the world us my wife like right now so hey have this double hull he did kind of have to say that but like i'm glad that he said he to 'cause i bet she he was not found out about her fell for their no not at all not law other things coming out of this new album for forty four from jay z is jcc mom glory carter she's featured on one of the tracks called smile and as she is officially coming out of the closet why she's a less in yes gloria carter geez mom she came out as low as being in the new tracks smile are some of the lyrics from that song jay z wraps nama had for kids but she's a lesbian had pretend so long that she's a thespian he went on to say air i had to hide in the closet so she medicaid society shame and the pain was too much to take and he goes on to say cried tears of joy when you fell in love don't matter to me if it's him or her and his mom gloria actually a ends the tracks she delivered spoken word altro talking about her life so a gloria carter officially coming out of the closet on that's our guest welcome to the club i'll send you your toaster toaster oven you toaster oven oh my gosh does it have one of.