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The senators to watch during Supreme Court nomination fight
"Despite Democrat complaints that any nomination to succeed the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg should wait until after the November presidential election. President Trump will present a nominee for the Senate to consider soon. Federal appeals court Judge Amy Cockney Barrett is reportedly one of the front runners to replace the late Supreme Court. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 48 year old mother of seven, was in the running to replace retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy. But President Trump nominated Justice Brett Kavanaugh, the president said that he will select a woman and announce his nominee sometime next week. Others on the short list include Judge Barbara Logo, a judge Alison Jones, rushing and judge. Among the part. That's Fox's Lauren Blanchard.
"blanchard" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"10 and 99 3 W B T. Certainly 70 to Rockhill, 71 Gastonia and 71 uptown. In the abstinence in national News that is international news. Roger Stone has had his sentence committed by the president. Fox's Lauren Blanchard, reports the White House saying in a statement that Stone maintains his innocence is a victim of the Russia hopes and plans to be fully exonerated by the justice system. House Intelligence Committee chairman Adam Schiff saying, quote with this commutation, Trump makes clear that there are two systems of justice in America. One for his criminal friends and one for everyone else. Stone has openly asked President Trump to grant clemency. I believe with the Corona virus, it is essentially a death sentence. Stone's attorney says Stone is honored by the president's decision. He calls it an act of mercy in Washington. Lauren Blanchard, Fox News in the Epstein saga actress. Still Isha ardent claims she was sexually abused by former financier Jeffrey Epstein and abstain in 1997 while trying to become a Victoria's secret model. Her allegations coming his Epstein's longtime girlfriend gives Lane Maxwell arrested and charged with for her alleged role and conspiring with Epstein to recruit and groom sexually abuse underage girls, Gloria Gloria Allred. Represents. Mr Arden describes what could happen if Maxwell wants to make a deal to Fox's trace Gallagher on the story. If she wants to make a deal, she's going to have to be a cooperator as well. She's going to have to sit and answer all the questions that the FBI and prosecutors ask her. She's going to have to answer them truthfully, and that might mean answering questions about powerful men who were in the circle. The orbit of Jeffrey have seen Emma's Maxwell. Attorneys from actual arguing court filing that she should be granted a bail while awaiting trial. Claiming she wasn't hiding while under criminal investigation is, prosecutors allege, and hasn't left the country and more than a year, person familiar with the situation, says Duke is in talks with Boston Celtics assistant coach I'm former WNBA star Care Lawson to lead the Blue Devils Women's basketball program person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity on Friday because the school hasn't commented publicly on its search to 38 9 year old Lawson has become the leading candidate replace Joe and P. McCallie, who announced last week she wouldn't return for a 14 season. At W. B T. We lead local I might don't wlbt news. Welcome back approval, which other Dave? I'm John Gordon with the Home Depot. I'm Scott. Shuffle Charlotte Comfort Systems on Fleek accost her with the cost of it. All right, we're back. And we've got a couple calls out there. We got lines. Open a 70457 11. 10. Matthew looked absolute information of what time we'll come back to that right now. We've got Eddie. Eddie. Good morning. You're on home from March on a day of how are you this morning? You did more good morning. Um, I've got the middle morning, though. My opinion, everybody what they turned black.
"blanchard" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Is Terence Blanchard there's just a sense of longing in that sense of of of wanting how do you create that as a composer where you're from your heart you have to be honest you know you have to deal with your own our payments are current you know and one of the things are I thought about it and she knows you know what it must've been like for somebody to try to reconnect with us for and you just have to be honest and right are you feel not so for me it's about goals you know they're they're they're they're initial melody and reaching out to his father most losses during the second part is the reality of what the relationship is too large at what point is the nuts and bolts kind of question at what point in the course of filmmaking do you start to work well respected it's it's an interesting thing because he you know we've got work obviously we've been working together for years and you'll certainly stressful for his last year you know I also get a general sense of what the stores brown I try not to write anything in that moment because when I'm reading the script I'm I'm facing off markets my movie in my head you know it's not it's not a sparkly poker so I try to wait but I'll sometimes I'll come up with little melodic ideas I don't try to be too specific but then as he's shooting sometimes you'll send the footage and when his friends recruitments battle you could balk about connections to some kind of get a sense of timing and pacing when it looks like and then once you get your card you know will sit on don't have all the corresponding session will go click some tires from scene by scene and try to figure out which teams need music which soon do not and then he will take the teams that have sentiments on trucks trying to characters in the mix chemicals in their it's so interesting that you that you did you picture the movie in your head one way is are you think just thinking about it musically when you think about when you when you walk up well I think it's a normal dream you know when you read a script you're creating these characters you clean machines you're creating your own pace you know it could happen to me early on when I was working smarter can't remember which room it was what I got so excited I started writing just based on what I was reading from a script and relax okay during court letters to different rooms you know so I learned that you know everybody is interpretation computer disks and them you know of a script even though there's a lot are very descriptive writing you know they'll they'll kill you the centers or give you the time of day and all that stuff but still you know I try to wait to see something my guess is composer Terence Blanchard we're talking about the work he's done spike Lee's new movie the five bloods listen to another track there's a scene in the movie when the buzzer out in Vietnam and they learn over radio Hanoi that MLK's been assassinated and they start to question what they're fighting for what was it about this moment that you wanted the music to evoke well I grew up on modern and dispatcher Christine is one of those teams back kind of define who these characters on your not being certain user you just soldiers you know who put their lives on the line you know who wore risking it all every day while they were there and to hear from enemies radio that somebody was fighting for your rights was killed by an American citizen that you're fighting for you know you need that gross happy new year you know a devastating blow and I couldn't imagine what that has felt like in that moment in time but I try to do my best to myself in their shoes and it was a team of well let's take a listen to this track from the five bloods composed returns pleasure that's an okay assassinated from the soundtrack.
Spike Lee: a new black wave of cinema
"We've spent past two weeks in a collective state of horror and anger over George Floyd's killing at the hands of Minneapolis police, officer Dirk, Shaaban, just one thousand unjustly killed by police. It's hard to look at what happened. Floyd, and not think of Radio Raheem Bill. Nuns character from do the right thing. Or countries fucked up needs to change. No American filmmaker has had the foresight or insight about that need for change quite like spike has. Some directors interpret the past some capture the present spike does both and he sees the future. Spent some time in the past few weeks. Returning to some spikes movies in anticipation of his new film to five bloods, it's a staggering body of work as wide as it as deep as warm and inviting as provocative and laden with traps ever. Spike isn't the totality of the black filmmaking experience and I don't want to suggest that, but for forty years he's told stories about that experience that have been seen more widely and discussed more feverishly than anyone and they still haven't been seen enough. Of the conversations you've been having with loved ones this month about the problems that people are forced to look at more closely police brutality, systemic racism locally sanctioned violence gentrification, tribal loyalty, the failures of government, personal sacrifice versus public good hiring practices, power, art and money spike was ahead of most Americans for decades on these issues, but while the stories he tells are frequently polemical. His movies are quite nuanced. They rarely tell you exactly what to think. Instead foisting contradictions and crises, interviewers, laps and making them decide. He crafts extraordinary dilemma movies inspired by the new Orrin Westerns and social dramas that he studied at Nyu and even though he doesn't force a conclusion is movies are frequently an intelligence test over the years, critics and audiences have repeatedly shown their ass immediately upon exiting a spike movie. For person like me seeing his work at a young age me up, helped me see beyond my keyhole-size view of the world, but it's not like spike wasn't relatable. He was the Avatar of new. York Knicks FANDOM! He was a regular presence on TV and Jordan commercials. He was directing music videos and frequently according controversy in the movie world he consistently challenged fans and detractors to reexamine their beliefs, and he always destabilized our comfort at sixty three. He is still very much a vital filmmaker. Twenty eight teams Black Klansman was among his most honored films and marked his First Competitive Oscar win for best adapted screenplay. Spike is a hall of Famer on this show and his work accounts for some of my favorite movies ever made. This episode is dedicated to those movies and will include conversations with a couple of his key collaborators as well as a part of a conversation that was more than I had on the watchable last summer. About Lee's nineteen eighty-nine masterpiece. Do the right thing. That movie redefines the term remarkable. In it! You can see and hear the pain and conflict. We're talking about right now. Watch it again. If you haven't really later in the show, we'll have a conversation with jazz. Musician and film composer Terence Blanchard a longtime contributor of spikes. They've teamed up on fifteen films including two five bloods, and he is truly one of the great writers of music for movies. I also wanted to share a conversation I had with the film editor Barry Alexander Brown in February. Two Thousand Nineteen, after he received an Oscar nomination for his work on Black Klansman they've been together since spikes first movie. She's gotTa, have it? Like so many great filmmakers spike works with the same crew over and over again, not just Aronson Berry, but production designer when Thomas Costume. Designer Ruth Carter casting director Robby Reed, and that incredible troop you've seen over and over again in his movies Denzel Washington, of course, Johnsboro on Davis Samuel Jackson Roger One of Your Smith Arthur Nas. Kerala Delroy Lindo is Ahah whitlock junior Alleluia Debbie Masar Ruby Dee, the list goes on. Later this week will be back with a review of spikes, the five bloods, which will be available to watch on Netflix on Friday, it's the story of four black Vietnam veterans who return to the jungle for some unsettled business, its reunion of sorts of some of those actors, and for it's a kind of mission statement about missions. Lastly. We'd like to top five on this show. Spike is made more than thirty feature length films, many of which are indisputable classics to cover every style and format under the Sun. Drama Comedy Crime Films Romances Documentary Sports Movies farce satire musical. He's really done at all. I would recommend virtually every movie he's ever made, but before I share my five year a few places, you can watch his movies just in case you're trying to bone up on some of the ones you've missed. Overlook along the way.
"blanchard" Discussed on Intelligence Matters
"A fig the switch off the easily and that's what we did Flicking it wrong is is much much much hotter in vets these key. What will just have to which I think we're just going to to see what happens You asking me about the long run implications so I think the the issue which is going to stop dominating the discussion They soon is that Which is a POI- we've had Imply that deficits of about ten percent of GDP more so the ratio of debt to GDP given the GP has gone down deficits have gone up is going in debt to GDP ratios which is what we call me at all going to increase by twenty maybe twenty five percent of GDP if we have again bumps and we have to have a new log down. Willing new programs ensued debt to GDP could increase even more than that and you can see hall petitions. Additions are going to say well is too high to create wearies so would wasted on this again. We're lucky in a way that we entered the crisis we fixed new interest rates. Now the you know the kids zero which means that the debt service how much you have to build that when interest rate is zero is very small so you can carry a whole lot of that. You don't have to basically a interest on line towards going to remain the law for a long time which would make things easier. My best guess is yes all the reasons why there before still there. And you're going to see you think vado interest rates for a long time so I think that we can probably sustained levels of debt that that we're going to have but it's not an absolute certainty and in this what we call me school multiple Libya which is that. It could be a deadly sustainable zero but if investors stop being worried they will not want to lend it zero one busy to have a risk premium. They'll be ready to landed a much higher rate and by itself will increase the debt service. And this will light self-created that the investors worried about so we're going to be in a world in which I think investors are going to be been Heggie And these the risk that the you know somehow interest rate goes up loves and vendettas a debt crisis. I think for advanced economies the central banks will be able to intervene and make sure it doesn't happen but again for emerging kitsch developing economies. That will be an issue so this is one more reason to think that they'll be debt. Default in both countries so from a long-term perspective. Do you foresee winners and losers from the perspective of different countries different kinds of countries different types of firms large firms for small firms. Are there? Are there long term effects that we should expect there. I think so I'm the easiest thing to think about is sectors right it's fake Some sectors going to suffer even the long run. Placing allieds is an example. I think you know this isn't a doto but we have learned how to use zoom in such things and invaded was much more convenient way of doing it than taking planes To this is it's clear that airlines are going to the tough time. Kill their for their full of it. The producers of of planes are going to off time. It's killed at restaurants some of the smallest once on getting to survive. So it's easy to do that in terms of countries. I think it's it's harder it's given the. Us is not going to come out on top in terms of ability to to do things white. It's going to look bad. I don't know how important today's but symbolically I think that the. Us will not come out of his crisis. Buchen very good What else I think this is something which had happened. Starting to started to happen before requires maybe be the last two years which was recalled digitalization. There was a backlash against trade And Justified Backlash Against Trade. Incense economies had said about trade is good that they had not focused on the fact that he is good in general. It can be bad for some people who jobs so there was a radio. Backlash Against Trade we. Trade Wars Tweeted lousy by the continuity station That was aware Yvette. You well aware off about security In in in supply chains which is over notion that every frigid at we imported from China could actually listen to what we did which was going to need again. I think too less this trade lis- Mola supply chains. Weing this one you're going to reinforce that In my guess is that that we're going to see a contraction of trade. We're going to see shorter. Supply Chains Pobably supply chains close to home for example European firms using eastern Europe rather than them. I think it's going to be a big issue. For countries like get numb for example. Which have bets that Gulf on exports being part of supply chains? I think you know going to reconsider. Havi operating China unless they have access to domestic market thing valve after sell that to save on costs. I think are going to think twice. So we're going to see all these fakes now. Is this GonNa for the Game Changer? At the higher level I cannot tell older to be affected by this crisis in various ways but being specific about but vice I can go on. What does guest? So you've been? You've been fantastic with your time. Let me just ask you one more question and that is if you were if you were still at the IMF. If you were in your old job what would you be doing every day? What would you be focused on before I talk to get as much money? fall imaging in developing economies. I can get the amounts that are needed a staggering in although the IMF. You can mobilize another phones and others can as well. It's still only a fraction of what's needed so I will concentrate very much on what can be done to raise a key increase. The phones we saw valuable for those countries. Where where where would you find that kind of money by naming shaming You know countries rich countries have At home that's for sure but they can basically give them. Limited amounts of funding is for African countries. A whole lot of money. You can go to specifics device ways in which is can be done. Thank you so much for joining us. This has been a real education for me and I'm sure it will be for my listeners. Thank you so much that was alleviate blanchard. I'm Michael Morell. Please join US next week. For another episode of intelligence matters this has been the intelligence matters. Podcast with former acting director of the CIA. Michael Morell brought to you by Lockheed Martin your mission is ours the podcast is produced by Olivia. Gases Jamie Benson Jake Roseanne. If you haven't already subscribe rate and review wherever you download podcasts. You can follow the show on twitter. Aunt Intel Matters Pond and follow Michael and Michael Jay. 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"blanchard" Discussed on KTOK
"A live update from Blanchard we got now we are Marshall so right now we've got a little R. rated you started picking up quite a bit here over the last few minutes the winds of kind of picked up the German art I would say they're out of the north northwest and so literally within the next minute or two we are happy to help quell right over here so if I look at it on the radar it's literally three to four blocks from me at this point so no here we're going to continue to hold Sir all right never mind you know whatever else you're my location mark back near rain picking up now downtown Blanchard right there okay so let's go back over radar update you here on where these hail storms are so that's still has quarters in golf balls with it earlier had two inch diameter helpful cast a lot of big chunks of hail just about eleven o'clock about thirty five minutes ago so this one's Blanchard now Norman Purcell noble area over in the McLean county then over in the Cleveland county is that one continues to move along tornado warning here near Marlow and they're in south of rush springs highway eighty one so the circulation ramped up very very quickly now it has diminished some are not to say that is still quite possibly torn attic but you see the red the green tighten up very quickly and now it is spun down some went through a very very rapid organization stage and now may be leveling off and potentially starting to wind down a bit but the circulation is still significant and still easily could be torn attic to the west and south west of rush springs and to the north west of Marlow pretty good swath of damaging wind coming around looks like looks like it's kind of folding over on itself so there could be a tornado back in that range as it came around there and and try to fold over on itself so tornado warning continues just still to the west of eighty one southwest of rush springs and to the north west of Marlow but still some significant circulation there tucked in southwestern Grady count a so that is a tornado warning right there along with golf ball to tennis ball sized hail there's your top arrival very close to rush brings down Marlow coming up just about ten minutes from right now and the downpour Bray and then down toward Elmore city of it later on in Pauls valley at one o'clock in the morning back storm they're not coming in the saddle mountain mount Scott that when his tennis ball size hail with it also moving east southeast at thirty to thirty five miles per hour so here the hail course of C. three big hail course here what over Blanchard one between Marleau in rush springs with the tornado warning and the other one near saddle mountain heading down toward mascot now that is the largest hail down in southwestern Oklahoma right now so here south central Oklahoma this is where all this is tracking so the I. thirty five corridor here from Norman down through Purcell down through Pauls valley and down to Davis and sulfur so the I. thirty five corridors where these are tracking another severe storm racing up out of cotton candy moving northeasterly at about.
Marsalis jazz family patriarch dies of virus complications, son says
"Ellis Marsalis the pianist educator patriarch of the most celebrated family in jazz died Wednesday in New Orleans he was eighty five his eldest son the saxophonist Branford Marsalis said his father died of complications from the coronavirus Ellis and his wife Delores raised six sons four of them became jazz musicians including Wynton del fail and Jason he was also a mentor to Harry Connick junior and generations of other musicians when Tompkins is host of the program music inside out which airs on W. W. and in New Orleans when I mean this is just such a huge loss it is a tremendous loss for us in the world and for music lovers everywhere actually Ellis Marsalis was committed to being a teacher and she wants to be a musician so he can help people all over the world and Louis Armstrong we appreciate modern and you know the Ellis park center here in the night or are they called him a master educator you know he came up in the nineteen forties and the nineteen fifties when modern dress had no money in the world nothing there were no schools but by the end of his life you know nearly every jazz musician who's from here or the study had a story to tell about how Ellis Marsalis inspired we're talking about Terence Blanchard thank you your contact book now thank you for that finally Nicholas Payton list goes on and not including of course Marcella they have wonderful careers at I was gonna ask I mean how much did he pressure them to go into into music and jazz in particular well you know what I spoke with him he you know he said that he never rule breaking news out of it you know he said he would wait at if the music and if they wanted to learn to keep with that by wanting them I know pointing out certain artists that they should be listening to and he was also very good at keeping brutal but very useful advice to players you know and that runs an internet connection here but always remark on that in interviews you know come quite famous explain elements helps with with top but but you know but they were the better for it and and obviously carry on again and my fellow spokesman center named Ellis Marsalis center for music named after the great teacher you know Ron you know every great jazz musicians have one thing in common and that is that the person is equally our front continue elsewhere what's that and you know if you ever
The Perils of 19th Century Etiquette
"We are taking a trip back in time to explore the elaborate and prejudice intricacies of nineteenth century etiquette. And you know manners may not be exactly the first thing that comes to mind when you think of perilous situations but let me assure you that some of these codes which govern the social graces during this time period and we are talking specifically here about Europe and America. Here say well. These codes of etiquette can be mind blowing Lee complicated and one false step well. It wasn't just embarrassing. It could potentially mean utter social ruin not to mention these codes of etiquette were specific to gender age and even Marital Status. So you had to keep all of these designations in mind with each and every social interaction you had throughout the day. Many of the rules governing behavior during the nineteenth century can fill a bit overwrought and even a tad ridiculous to us today but at the time they were considered the very fabric and structure of society to even begin to comprehend them ourselves. We of course while we headed straight to the bookshelf for etiquette books of the era. Yes and we are super fortunate to have a whole slew of these types of books special collections at fit. And I look specifically at the following books. I looked at etiquette for ladies which is published by Leeann Blanchard in eighteen thirty nine. I looked at the American gentleman's guide to politeness by Henry. Liu Nets from eighteen fifty nine social etiquette of New York by Abby Buchanan Long Street from eighteen eighty four manners and social usages by Mrs John Sherwood from eighteen eighty seven and manners culture and dress of the best American society by Richard A wells from eighteen. Ninety three okay that was that was a mouthful and that cast is just the very tip of the iceberg in terms of our holdings. We have so so so many more including also ones that are kind of blend of being etiquette and also like a beauty guide as well so right and the great number of these relate directly to the fact that these little books were immensely popular at the time the beginning of the nineteenth century San explosion of not only etiquette books onto the market but also ladies magazines which frequently codified and coached the readers into their finer points of quote unquote proper behavior and in the wake of the French Revolution. The spread of democratic and Republican forms of government really spurred the growth of the middle classes and with all that brand new upward mobility came increased tensions and anxieties over one social standing quotes etiquette is the machinery of society. It is like a wall built up around us to protect us from disagreeable under Brad People. Who were fused? Take the trouble to be civil. Wrote one source from eighteen eighty four so basically anyone who is interested in bettering their station in life. A deft knowledge of etiquette was key to gain acceptance into the world of society proper. You know an an a lapse in this performance of manners and I say performance because it really really was It could be quickly. Chalked up to one's lack of so-called good breeding. And this is the phrase that you see over and over and over again in these manuals good breeding and if one was deemed uncouth or quote unquote. Ill bred that could also make you an undesirable acquaintance at the time because basically anyone who was in your social circle was very much considered a reflection upon yourself yes and this rapid expansion of the middle classes Europe in America during the nineteenth century is a big part of the reason why etiquette books were so popular at the time as we just mentioned so if you weren't necessarily raised in the know you could just buy a book that delineated roles on the proper way to move throughout the world and these books covered all sorts of events and occasions from things. We consider pretty standard today so like table manners wedding etiquette or how to console a bereaved friend but also more than a few topics that we would consider. Well a little niece today. Yes and just a couple of my favorites include how to format a personal letter to the president of the United States. Naturally clearly we've all done right The proper deportment to have when taking one's Harvard exams which I found this especially funny because this is the only university mentioned this etiquette book and I believe at this time. It was only men that could enroll in Harvard. So I guess the etiquette manuals saying go go harvard or go home. I don't know One source I looked at had hilariously titled Section called Lives Shipwrecks. I haven't dove into this quite yet but I remain most intriguing. I will return to that chapter but last but not least is how to deal with quote. Low Bread Women cads slanderers and scandal. Mongers timing. Come on you gotTa love that Punchy Nineteenth Century Language of course there is no way we can possibly cover all of these topics and a single episode of dress so we had narrowed. Today's focus down to what was one of the most interesting aspects of nineteenth century etiquette. And that is the practice of calling and by this. We do not mean placing telephone call because we have to remember that the very first telephone systems were really only commercially. Viable starting in eighteen seventy seven and the adoption for home. Use was rather slow. I have to say According to the US Department of the Interior in one thousand nine hundred only three percent of US homes had their own telephone so that begs the question. Just how did people communicate with each other during the nineteenth century? I mean letter writing. Of course that's a given but there were also this other form of calling these in person visitations which were governed by some of the strictest rules of etiquette but before we even get to the matter of visits and calls. We've I must address the matter of meetings and introductions during the nineteenth century it was rarely considered appropriate for to individuals regardless of their sex to meet without a formal introduction by way of a friend or a relative and even then both parties were supposed to separately agreed to the introduction in advanced unsolicited introductions are bad for both parties and this was stressed by one etiquette. Manual we consulted. Yeah and you might be asked why. Well a formal introduction had the implications that the association between the two parties was going to continue and this was especially true when it came to introductions to women quote great prudence or action must always be used but infinitely more care is necessary as a lady cannot shake off an improper acquaintance with the same facility as a gentleman can do and their character is much easier affected by the apparent contact with worthless and the dissipated out. That's rough the weaker. Fairer sex. The more impressionable right so once. Both parties had agreed to a formal introduction. It was protocol to I. Present not introduced a gentleman to the lady. She in turn was expected to respond with a slight bow. A faint smile and saying his name so the person making the introduction would be like Mr Smith desires to be presented to Miss White Miss White wishes to be acquainted with Mr Smith. Then miss white would bow smile and say Mr Smith and April. This bow was absolutely necessary according to etiquette books which say that unless she bowed gentlemen cannot claim her as an acquaintance. When we say some of these finer points finicky were not lying and right now in my mind so many historical period films are coming into my my mind right and all of that. Formality is making so much more sense. Now because men were to be presented to women and women had to formally accept that social connection so that's between men and women but cast what about introductions between Women Shirley? These were a little bit less complicated. One might think but I mean not really after agreeing to be introduced in the case of two women the younger was to be introduced but not quote unquote presented to the older of the two ladies. If the two women happen to be of similar ages their marital status now came into play and the single eighty would be introduced to them married woman and if two women of the same age and marital status were being introduced the one of lesser social standing would be introduced. I this just sounds I mean. It's
New York: Felony Charges Filed Against Suspect In Stabbing Death Of Library Security Guard
"Charges have been filed against a man accused of killing a library worker a twenty five year old man is jailed after police say he is responsible for the stabbing death of a female Spring Valley New York library security guard Blanchard Loudon is charged with second degree murder accused in the stabbing death of Sandra Wilson was attacked after telling the suspect to turn down the volume of the music he was playing on his phone investigators say it several people in the library pulled GLAAD away from the guard and held him until police
New York City: Felony Charges Filed Against Suspect In Stabbing Death Of Library Security Guard
"Twenty we're learning that the security guard who was stabbed to death in a library in Rockland county had told the suspect in the murder to turn down his music and discussion is getting underway about some new security measures as we hear from W. CBS reporter Kristi completion she is it only being remembered for working to keep library go we're safe but for her helpful nature at the end of this this act where she was murdered that she was actually trying to help this goes out that's the type of person soccer was state senator David Carlucci and officials are considering new ways to improve security at the Finkelstein library like possibly changing the libraries infrastructure or training security guards on how to be prepared for an attack like the one that took place on Tuesday Carlucci an official suspect mental health may have played a role in a look at best practices around the country we want to make sure that we don't work further stigmatize mental illness we want to make sure that the doors are open twenty five year old Blanchard laden is facing second degree murder charges in the stabbing the library will be closed until the twenty
United States Can't Arbitrarily Impose Tariffs, Despite Mnuchin's Threats
"All right so the second piece of that mission quote the deserves a second look is the bit where he said the United States is going to arbitrarily imposed tariffs which is not the way it works marketplace a dealers on that one despite what the treasury secretary said in Davos this administration can't arbitrarily imposed taxes on whatever it wants the imposition of tariffs on any foreign goods for national security reasons falls under section two thirty two of the trade expansion act there is a procedure for going through section two thirty two and claiming national security that's Emily Blanchard she's an economics professor at Dartmouth College she says the argument the trump administration put forward back in may of last year was unprecedented in US trade policy that automobiles our national security issue because they are important for the US economy and US economic security is part of the broader national security the administration produced a report on why auto imports threaten national security but the White House has refused to release the report to Congress saying it would limit the administration's ability to negotiate further trade deals with Europe Japan and others Jamie Butters at automotive news says in theory he could see national security claims for auto imports if we imported all of our vehicles and we didn't have the ability to manufacture vehicles anymore than we would be at a disadvantage from a defense standpoint but he says that's a tough line to walk given how globally inter twined the auto industry has become an Emily Blanchard Dartmouth says that's exactly why any auto terrace would hurt American workers kind of ripple up and down the supply chain to parts producers and then to to further parts purchasers in alternately to the people buying those cars the American consumer I'm a dealer for market
Joe Nevills Interview: A Long Goodbye To Mount Pleasant Meadows
"Joe put together a piece titled Biting the Dust Along Goodbye to mount pleasant meadows. And you can go back and Google it on the pollock report now. It was published on June July twenty second of last year and that is now and eclipse award winning feature and congratulations to Joe Honor. Joe Good morning my friend. Happy to have you onboard here man. Where'd you find that clip throwback I so I started google? I I wanted to come up with something to welcome you to the program. Something Mount Pleasant Meadows related and I started googling race calls at Mount Pleasant Meadows and that was is the only piece that I could find. I'm thankful that you put that together all those years ago. Yeah that was that was Scott Sirnak who actually wrote about in the stories won the eclipse award. The man did everything. He was the announcer. He was the bartender programs from marketing. Director Janitor Even puncher tickets on a slow today the secretary we had to do everything there yet. You know I said this is the top of the show you the peace article that you wrote was so good. It struck a chord for me. Personally I think it did for so many racing fans that have ever fallen in love with the race track. That is no longer there and correct me if I'm wrong. was that kind of the crux in the inspiration for you put this together. It's something that you know. The story took me probably Raleigh about five years to put together from first thoughts to hitting send on it. Just because I knew that I wanted to write something about my pleasant. That was when I closed. Because you know the demand for writing about forces. I mean the the the demand for writing about horse racing in Michigan so low that it's you know someone's going to do something wrong it's pretty much gotTa be me and I knew that I was only got got one shot at this and I needed to make it out so it's something that I've been trying to piece together for a long long time and get the right people to talk to the people that I associated with most with the track who are three people. I talked to for the story and you know. Try to stick the landing because I was only GonNa get one shot at this thing. You know miskin Michigan race tracks have been closing for a very long time. And you're a Michigan native. Why was Mount Pleasant Meadows? The one that was so personal for you. Well there are two reasons one is it was the closest track to me I grew up in town called Edmore Michigan about thirty five minutes from my pleasant. So usually the thoroughbred outposts were either in Detroit or the Detroit area or in Muskegon which is on the coast of Lake Michigan. So this is Kinda my local option. If I just wanted to go play the simulcast or you know just go watch live racing without having to take up. Most of my day month wasn't meadows was my option and you the other one was that it was just very accepting community. It's where my Grandpa taught me to read the racist. Learn the races and you know it was small enough that you got to know everybody because it had to because you know you could. I used to have a joke on twitter that I could go round and high five everyone on the tracks grounds if if I hit a good ticket and so you had to figure out who everybody was you know everybody. And that's something that stuck with me for years after the track is close when you stand stand there and you look at what is the old mount pleasant meadows location. What are some of the things that immediately hit you? I mean you think about some of the people and horses that were out there competing You know mount pleasant was the place where you know. There weren't a whole lot of professional jockeys professional trainers in the sense that this was their job. This was their ways to make a living You know a lot of them were a lot of the jockeys were factory workers or they worked as mechanics next. Had you know the country businesses. What have you you know a lot of other trainers? This was something that you know. They ran their horses on the weekends. Here and if they had a good one they'd go to Pinnacle Race Course a Great Lakes down there but like this. Was You know this. This was the base for them. So I think of those people and it was you know since it's such a small core. The same jockeys are the same group of eight ten jockeys or writing every race. The Same Group of you know twenty or so trainers are sending every horse through everything so I think that and I think the south you know. You played the clip of Scott announcing the races earlier. I think of all the different announcers that they had. I think of you know very specific people in the crowd yelling because you you know you get into a crowd of people have very distinctive voices especially when they're being very loud and you think of you know I think that's the jockeys wife and that's you know certain fan who just lost her. You lost a bet or something and just think of the sights and sounds and you know for me. I think of the smells. There's something that I wrote about in the story how you know. The track had a very particular particular smell when it was going I believe I said it was Plastic seats in the sun cigarettes in the open air and the stuff you find under a chairs. There's boot and it's just you know it's something very particular track that I've always associated with it whether it was actually a good smell or not is to be determined urban but I knew where I was when I was there and that was something that you know. It's association you know that I'm at a place I like and things are going to be all right. There are a few individuals that if you spend time talking with in this in this article and trainer nate funnel is one jockey. Lee Gates is another now many people when I say those names are not gonna any clue who were talking about so tell me a little bit more about those guys. So nate funnel He was born in Colorado. Moved to Oh Michigan when he was teen and he was The came up under trainer named Tony Cunningham. Who was a quarter horse trainer? WHO's actually gone on to do? Very well in Indiana China has been the meat leading trainer there several times and he went out his own in the last few years of track and did pretty well for himself both in the quarter. Horses this is N.. Thoroughbreds and Arabians not plus it had racist for all sorts of different breeds. They also round paints there too and you know it was just a very he. He came to the life of the party. Kinda guy when You know you go over to attract simulcasts at the bar there. As well. He'd always be at the at the bar. You know cracking wise. The people making jokes and just kind of you know he's he'd be the loudest voice in the room and you know he'd do the same out of the race track. It'd be he's the one that would always associate. Let's being somebody who would almost be like a wrestling bill and to the crowd and just sort of like you know John Jacking with people you know like Oh we got. The horse is going to be the favorite right right here. I've got the odd odd that you can do it. He'd always they only got the killer right here and you know he was. He was a big character. He was a big hairdryer. Small track and that really stood stood out pearly gates leave road for his parents primarily Dave and Shirley Gates They wrote on this parents would run on the fair circuit before my pleasant meadows opened and Lee had two riders build so he was the one that got up on the horses when he was in his teens and that just sort of became his thing after that I spent the weeks working at a factory nearby and the entire family lives on. Basically the same stretch of road around Blanchard Michigan. And we're right up on the weekends cans Something kind of interesting about the writing contingent is that the racist would go very quickly on Saturdays and Sundays. It started one. That'd be done by about four so everybody would ride their cards there. And then Grew up with them. We're getting a car together. And drive down to Indiana downs. which is a good five hour drive at least from my blood and they would ride the quarterhorse card there because it would always be the last two or three races on a night card so they leave my pleasant at about four? Drive down to Indiana Indiana downs and ride the horse races. There you know. What ten o'clock at night? Then turn around and come back and ride the Sunday racism applause so now these are people who made their living doing this but it was a hard living doing it to do it all they needed to
"blanchard" Discussed on Coach's Plan Podcast Plan de Coach
"And welcome to the coaches plant. PODCAST with Zek podcast. Four coaches by coaches Brussel part bikes. The future of Canada and the National Certification Program. Hello welcome everyone. We're joined in the studio today. By Myself Ashley our host and our co the host phoned. Miraculously he agreed to come back and help me for a second running well either way. I'm very happy to have you here. Especially after we spent the last hour and twenty minutes trying to get the microphone setup properly learning curve here at coach runs and today we are joined by a special guest Joe Blanchard from I'll say from boxing New Brunswick but he has coached with many other clubs as well we're GONNA get into that in a little moment But so with season two of our podcast. I really wanted to Take a moment to recognize a lot of the really cool work being done by coaches in New Brunswick back and so I thought this season is the season for me to to really reach out. Talk to some of our local coaches and the cool stories of Of Our homegrown. Heroes US absolutely so Joe Mil- you introduce yourself a little bit and then And then I have some questions for you doc. Blanchard head coach for bucks you save work with many athletes province. Honor Awesome so so joe I sent you an email earlier last week I really wanted to talk to you in the season because You did something incredibly cool. In the past year working with Charlie Kavanagh to turn her into a world champion And and through a little would've digging into into boxing's history in New Brunswick we actually have like a like a pretty decent reputation of producing some pretty cool athletes. What like what's in the water what do you think is is it about New Brunswick that has the ability to turn out these amazing athletes in boxing not our population to ideals are reading our ability to put the work in always always recognize? You were expected to come in the later part of the pack has we achieve national level. We we do after work for so I feel that all of our athletes. Charlie just know that that extra piece of work needed and they do that. In Cardio is is inaccurate. They bring to the table something else that other provinces they might be a little more privileged additional competitions. They lose the peace of right I can. I can definitely appreciate an underdog story and especially in a sport like boxing. So so because you guys. Don't get as many competitions. What do you guys have to do to kind of overcome that like do more travel involved is had like? How do you jump those hurdles battles a lot of now especially entirely in the beginning? You're able to give local competition to achieve your first five to ten But after that. Now you're you're listening to achieve the next level of experience and for us. It's quite quickly. So we started trips to Puerto Rico. It goes Sweden Germany wherever the competition is Training we have to seek an annual training camp that we go to the last year that's very cool And so Sorry I don't know a lot about boxing. I actually recently joined like a recreational boxing class which is Super Fun by the way but which like witter witter the. What are the big like heavy? Sorry I'm GonNa have so many puns in this episode like which which country are the heavy hitters in this sport. Uh good most records quickly by Russia's Cuban teams These are Goran. This it has become a very strong opposition. Great Britain's always taught in a strong as well but again we're pretty even par with The Asian continental teams. They bring a lot of typical divorce. But again we're starting to find ways to get through their pursue their dead right. So there's there's a lot of competition in the sport well cool and so how does how candidate normally fared at this type of International Competition Mia but my next question stole it from you eh done. Well we've we've metals we've made podium But we've never retained gold for especially female at any world competition. OPTICIANS verse for that. Oh well hold. On particularly with our level of competition competing against we always just seemed to be again just inflate disadvantage comes back to funding and not level and that that's right and so so what is it like. Was it Charlie herself like is. I know I've worked with some pretty phenomenal athletes that you when you start working with them. You just know like this kid is going somewhere. What was it like when you first met Charlie Where was she at right? And then what did it take to bring it up to a world champion. I know that's a big question. We'll let you try in unpacked. They've been Charlie came to the gym dance and leave it or not. Oh Hm overweight sports to help her get get into shape cheapest her father Jimmy Pass for many years so she came through without any experience just four years ago. Wow in that time has filed almost thirty four losses really working off the author aww identifiable entirely the actual team and some of the other athlete. Either we're willing to put the time in or they weren't blessed with natural which is harsh and skills specializing amazing while completely I wasn't expecting that like Origin Story. That's cool for years to a world champion. That's is a pretty cool story. Yeah and so what was her. What was her first fight like then yes? She was very nervous all behind her and she bought a girl that came with a bit of a reputation already with only two but she's not to be quite town also charging pretty nervous. Didn't know what some stacks She took her nerves to the ring and laid right off the start off easily with a good skill set that adds was recognized by many legends. That were in a canyon that night. Oh that's got to be such a cool feeling especially for you. As as her coach who worked with her and kind of helped pass those skills on. That's that's that's incredible. And and so what was it like on the on the day of her role champion fight was it that same kind of nerves serves bringing that forward or what what we're dealing with the different The level of Oh expectation is not just now from A hometown crowd behind you now. The whole country is there and on a young athletes that's accidental. That's something that's very hard to prepare for it and there was no real preparation almost We'll have to deal with it as we as we see. It's Athlete athlete that we were competing against that. We had a very good ice itchy of what they brought the place. We did a lot of research on that athlete so we knew we needed. Did you get the job done number Bachelor Charlie. Obviously Mary cool very cool. And so I'm gonNA switch gears just a little bit. So we've talked quite a bit about Charlie But but what about you. How did you get into coaching? And how did you basically get right to the point where you were felt comfortable taking someone to the World Championships environment for athletes. As you're growing yourself. So it was not transitioned. Once I was done competing from athlete to coach I'd already established avid stack comfortable language with with other athletes. I identified some good mentors over the years who I wanted to model my coaching Dial after so I really felt comfortable again with Transition piece I feel a lot of coaches and our sport of boxing. David things uh-huh cool and Can you think of any of of any mentors Either at the St John Boxing Club or earlier that kind of helped you get there. He was like athlete and he just had a waste speaking to a zinc through there were times we did. We weren't always the happiest action probably gave him more than he deserved. But as a more about something back the way he instructed onto uh-huh perfect concise anyways made sure that we retain the information before we went on to the next steps for that helped create step by Loyd that is very I know Kevin a little bit just through my emailing with him He's the executive director at least currently of boxing and B. And add the one thing. I really appreciate about him is that he always has a plan for the coaches in his program. Like he's always is making sure that you guys have your have your courses lined up and ready to go and that you your certifications in order to take you to your events. I really liked that. He has that plan in place shows that he's like really thinking about the development of the sport as a whole. Yeah that's that's pretty great. We need that. We know we need more people like that in the sports industry in New Brunswick Yeah really really all it takes. Is that one champion to to make sure that the program is moving forward especially as you as you've mentioned a small province with smaller programs less resources you you need someone. WHO's there being creative End Keeping Traditions alive and an energy up and and things moving forward. It's very very cool so I'd like to ask you a little bit about the candidate. Games between nineteen candidate games. which were just this past February Had had you coached for a team Brunswick.
Impeachment hearings start again this week.
"The next round of impeachment hearings begins Wednesday but it may be weeks before the house votes on whether to impeach the president a senior member of house speaker Nancy Pelosi is team tells fox they believe the vote is too complex to do before Christmas boxes learn Blanchard convicting president trump on impeachment charges ultimately rust with the Republican
Man charged with capital murder in Aniah Blanchard's death
"Prosecutors say the man investigators consider the only suspect in the shooting death of the step daughter of a well known U. F. C. fighter will face capital murder charge prosecutors also seek the death penalty against he Brahim Yazeed and the death of Anaya Blanchard nineteen year old Alabama college
Remains confirmed as UFC star’s missing stepdaughter Aniah Blanchard
"FM authorities in Alabama say human remains discovered in a wooded area of Macon county on Monday have been confirmed as belonging to a missing college student who was the stepdaughter of UFC fighter Walt Harris police in Auburn say the state's department of forensic sciences confirm there the remains of nineteen year old Anita Blanchard been missing since October twenty third nineteen twenty nine year old you Brahim Yazeed is being held without bond and kidnapping charges two other men are charged either helping dispose of the evidence or hindering the
Remains found believed to be UFC fighters’ stepdaughter
"Remains found in a wooded area in Alabama likely those of missing nineteen year old Anaya Blanchard she's the stepdaughter of UFC fighter Walt Harris authorities in Alabama saying they found human remains just off the highway in Macon county which may be those of missing college student Anaya Blanchard the Lee County district attorney telling the Associated Press he has good reason to believe they are the remains of the nineteen year old meanwhile police arrested David Johnson junior Monday and charged him with hindering prosecution in the case using it has been charged with first degree kidnapping and on Friday and twin squirmy Fischer was arrested and also charged with first degree kidnapping Blanchard was last seen October twenty third at a chevron convenience store in Auburn ray bogan fox
Remains found believed to be UFC star's stepdaughter
"Authorities believe they have found the remains of a young Alabama woman who has been missing for two months Lee County Alabama district attorney Brad and uses of sorties have cold good reason to believe human remains found in a wooded area are those of the missing step daughter of UFC heavyweight fighter wall terrace nineteen year old Anaya Blanchard disappeared October twenty third in the college town of Auburn Alabama her car with blood inside was found abandoned fifty miles away in the state capital of Montgomery to meditate charge did Blanchard's disappearance Jim chrysalis
"blanchard" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"By reading a book by someone you may know or heard of case Blanchard she channels his some of his conversations with the divine and he was told by he was asking about time and the information he got was that we need time because if we didn't have time we would do we would just simply get overwhelmed because time acts as a buffer and if it weren't for this shock absorber of time here in our heads couldn't handle all the events that would manifest immediately if we actually saw that everything was happening at once as physicists believe it is that there is no time we would just explode he just couldn't rapper hetero so for our benefit we get to use this buffer of time but fishermen tional beings don't have to live that way they actually can handle it and forced to mention all beings are in between third and says and we're all moving because the earth is moving into the fourth dimension the planet the consciousness of earth is moving and and many of us are moving toward fourth dimensional consciousness which is a much broader deeper consciousness where we will see beyond the list we will be able to remember the future as well as the past.
"blanchard" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Of it Mr Blanchard the stairs are not safe without the handrail here I'll open the door for you after user thank you but the light seems to be on Brooke but I understand Mr Blanchard has arrived coming has been here very long no sorry just landed he wanted to see the reason why I thought I'd take him down and be out of order sign is off the elevators you can see so it was only natural for me stop babbling ms Brooks and I got to meet this gentleman these in the elevator that's where I Mr Blanchard mexicana Mr Blatter and now once again here is our miss Brooks well after Mr Blanchard awarded medicine high a safety pennant with a picture of a skull and crossbones on the scene of the crime and hurried home that night I phone Mister Conklin to see if he felt any better and just as I hung up my landlady Mrs Davis came into the room was that Mr Burlington county now Mrs Davis he still away at that biologist convention but it be back next week I just had the most peculiar conversation with Mister Conklin what did you say you just recited little rhyme to me it's one I haven't heard since I was a kid the Rhine which one tiny he just said sticks and stones can break my bones and you didn't do a bad job either and pulled a double cream to clean your breath while you clean your teeth and help stop tooth decay our miss Brooks starring eve Arden is produced by Larry burns directed by al Lewis with.
Police ID suspect in UFC star's stepdaughter's disappearance
"Authorities have identified an Alabama man who is wanted in connection with the disappearance of UFC heavyweight wall Harris's stepdaughter news outlets report a warrant for first degree kidnapping was issued on Thursday whether it's today for thirty year old Abraham Yazeed in the disappearance of nineteen year old on the out Blanchard Auburn police released images of Yazeed inside a convenience store were Blanchard was last seen October twenty third Blanchard was reported missing the next day her car was later found abandoned over fifty miles away police say the car contained evidence that Blanchard had been harmed police said that yes he'd was charged with attempted murder and kidnapping in February but is out on bond a judge revoked to that
"blanchard" Discussed on Behind The Screen
"Moment it's an incredible moment because you know a lot of people go to church every Sunday and they talk a good game above having faith following their convictions when it comes time to do that though you know the reality of that could be different from for a lot of people what's amazing about that scene is that it expresses how that's how she lived life you know she said you know listen okay gene because it speaks to the power of her conviction you know the strength of her faith and how her conversations with her create you know allowed her to bring these people to safety at a moment went one wrong move could have meant disaster for everybody touted you reflect that in the squire well it's just there's a moment in it where the music just kind of drops away one particular moment and she's talking to God and she sang lead me through you know and then the music pick back up again because the thing that I think I've I grew up in church I grew up on a church every Sunday so one of the things you know my grandmother was used to talk about is when you right a god you don't pray to God and then hope that things will be better you know things will be better because if you believe in God and you believe in His grace and mercy and his power you know that when you go to ask for some things those things.
"blanchard" Discussed on Behind The Screen
"The next we're going to listen to is called on the run would you tell us about that you will the interesting thing about on the run for me is that initially it sets up certain types of Sonic Palette for the rest of the film you know that there are some rhythmic things that I had to do in that scene that I wanted to be a little unique and so I brought in some African percussion just to lay of a progressive bid underneath things but then also switches to another segment where she's trying to get her husband to come with her he wants to come with her and she's going on but the thing about it though the scene it's it's a very poignant moment the two of them because in these films we forget that these people are people of compassion and have love and have relationships and I love this scene because you see the love between these two people in the scene and it's a painful one for me to watch to think about being in love with a person like that but then making the decision to leave them behind how did you reflect that in the music I don't want to give it all away but you know the music let's back would you introduce that one that particular scene for me is probably one of my favorites you know because says it's a scene between two strong African American Women in Oh just having a conversation we don't show that we haven't seen that much in film but was beautiful about this scene does that in one way both characters about that particular scene a loved Casey put that there you know because it's a very poignant moment but for me personally powerful.
"blanchard" Discussed on Behind The Screen
"Terrance thank you so much for joining us than you have said that throughout the score of Harriet you wanted convey and I quote duality of her existence the strength of character and the grace by which she conducted herself would you elaborate on that war when you look at her life this is a woman our strong conviction but also a woman of strong faith and she would not allow herself to be treated any way but with respect and I love the line in the film what she says give me liberty or give me death you actually he really believe her he says that so I'm needed the music to show how powerful this diminutive person was you know but also show the grace by which she handled herself you know she didn't succumb to their level of treating people you know unjustly even in Harare's times she still relied on faith to carry her through all of this so I wanna music to kind of reflect both things the power and grace of her personality how did you do that would you elaborate on the way you approach the score and your instrument choices will pull it is in the Hamanaka progression that I used you know and the the way I voiced the harmony I tried to use a lot of fifth and fourth intervals in the harmony and use a lot of low brass to kind of convey at so in type strength but those things move and ah pleasant harmonic progression which kind of conveys the grace so when I was composing music you know I didn't want to be too forceful with it and some of the stronger passages you don't hear a lot of percussion you know the percussion is safer more of the transition aw passages you know when they're on the run when they're you know in the woods running from the attacks for me hostile always a universal story and I needed the music to broaden its reach you know I didn't want to write a score that was historically correct you know that that I had no interest in that because hostelry is something still resonates with people today you know and I needed the music to convey that because you know we're living in a time you know when we have the metoo movement going on you know we just have everything else that has gone on and out country right now right let's seems to be kind of crazy or we're not respecting people's thanks I needed the music to have a very broad reach so that's the reason why I use full orchestra in some areas The other reason why I did it is because we need to relate to these characters in different ways than we've related to them in the past a lot of times when we hear that full orchestra a person like Harriet Tubman is not the person that pops into your mind and I want to try to change that you know because we're all deserving you know our respect and she is definitely deserving of all of our respect and gratitude what orchestrated he is and where did you record recorded in Nashville Tennessee and we just contract it a bunch of great musicians to come in and play we also brought in a FOB Amazon the analyst been planning my band for a number of years to perform because he's just one of those uniquely gifted people that I just had to have on the score but Dan this film experience scoring it was unique in that everybody that performed on it felt has to be a part of it you know when we told them with the film was about and we would show them scenes you know people were just happy to be there you know we're just excited to be on the session and say that they had contributed to the film we we had a we had that's an interesting dinner one night we're Nashville Tennessee and trying to drown stereotype but we were in Nashville Tennessee and we went to dinner and there's a young lady who was the waitress and she asks us we started talking Geno compensation you know we go okay so what are you guys here for all we're recording music oh what for moving okay was the movie and we say Harriet Tubman and this young lady she must have been maybe twenty one the two jumped up and down slow screaming I've been waiting for somebody to do something on how on how life you know and I'm going wow that was refreshing because to me it speaks to the power of Harriet that it crosses generations it is hot story is one of strengthen grace key coming back to those two words because you know it's what we're really lacking and our country right now in terms of leadership I should say you know wrentham grace and that's the reason why I feel blessed to be a part of the film because it's one of those moments in time is one of those projects that don't come on often let's listen to some of your music we're going to start with the opening title Heriot's theme would you introduce it sure you know what's interesting about the opening title it actually comes from one of the latest scenes in the film when she's crossing the water because that moment to me was such a powerful moment and when I played it for Casey you know Casey loved it and a central little demo of it and she took it and put it in front of the film the opening and I'm like oh I didn't think it would work there but it works perfectly this oh that's how I became going fell.
Hometown True Crime Stories
"Gals first off massive fan. You guys get me through my grill and commute on the Los Angeles Metro. WPRO ANY WHO I'll get to it I moved to. La about a year ago but before that I lived in a small city in Missouri called Springfield you know the home of Gypsy blanchard. Oh sorry ammos Missouri yes it is. Oh my God. I forgot that road deleting you cut that out. I lived in an apartment downtown for about three three years and had many sketchy things happen but this was by far the sketch the scariest I kept seeing this creepy dude with Jeffrey Dahmer glasses and dirty s shirt skulking around the premises assists for a while. I assumed he was a new tenant. The just the whole story reminds me of late night lived in Hollywood that and it's terrifying yeah he always creeped on me in the basement laundry room. No no and I would ignore his attempts at interacting fucking apartment building laundry rooms. Is there anything scarier or more dangerous. Totally you bring a weapon and get real real confrontational. Someone's quote unquote creeping on you in the laundry room. Turn around and go back she'd bananas on that Erzen. Just stop washing your clothes or get a friend who has like washer dryer. Take out a loan from the bank in quarters. Yeah take it on down to very full laundry a great idea one day. I walked to the gas station around the corner unnoticed. He was following me. I thought maybe it was just going to the gas station to but he followed me. There waited outside and then followed me back home. I was freaked out but I told myself. Maybe it's just a stupid coincidence. Well guess what it wasn't later that week one of my female neighbor. I had told me she'd gotten attacked the night before by a man in glasses he had come up behind her and tried to grab her and drag her down the stairs. Luckily she fought back and got away from him and call the police turns out he had been squatting in the basement for about a month and my idiot apartment manager. It did nothing about it. I guess what neither did the police they let him go because there was already an ongoing investigation involving him that they didn't want to interfere with also all caps also was a registered sex offender. Jesus cry. I the ongoing investigation they were talking about involved him raping a thirteen year old girl. Holy Shit needless to say I trust my gut now and it tells me someone is a creepy fuck head. Yes thanks for being the Best Lacy Jesus Christ skies so there because it's an ongoing investigation that he might be a child rapist right. Go ahead and let him do it. I trust trespassing S. passing and getting him in for trespassing derail the investigation we we have to watch our own fucking backs because well and also yeah. It's if you are in. If someone is walking behind you and there's more than one gestation in your town. It is not a coincidence. You're allowed to turn around and pepper spray people that are following too close to your also allowed allowed to turn on gotTA. Get the fuck away from me. I'm not kidding. Do whatever you want. Yeah say be confrontational. Be Aggressive like those people need to know that you're paying attention yeah and that you'RE A or B or turn on take a picture of him. Emulate your rate cut me now. I have a picture of you taking it to the COP. That's a great idea you know. When I got <hes> I got boxed in like someone trapped me off the freeway because he thought I cut him off and I couldn't go anywhere he got out of his car came to my window and I was panicking. I didn't know what to do with yelling emme. I started recording him with my phone and as soon as I did that. He acted all normal and walked away. Yes that's right yeah yeah. Get get them. Get proof. snort collecting your own proof and showed them. That's what you're doing. Yeah show them that. You're not pretending they're not there. 'CAUSE you're scary. Show them. You're scared therefore you're going to go nutso love but yes please love it also involve your friends involved the guy that works at the gas station yeah say to the guy that works the gestation. Can you help me that guy's following yeah like it is see if anyone will jump in on at Rayo totally but also save it for save it for when you now yeah carry pepper spray. Make sure you're not that's not happening a lot. Yeah you know be your own best editor but when you truly feel it go with it. That's right got. Your pepper spray has only a few spray Zenit. Eh Remember that too. It runs out pretty quick but know that people will help you look for a mom type. Yeah the and look at her and go this. Guy's freaking me out or stop and be like. Can you pretend that we're friends really quickly because I this person's following me. Just don't be afraid to rope in others that looks safe have clean shirts. You know right this. We just get right into this what you're also add that. I even got my scaredy cat sister and my boyfriend who hates most things into FM. I guess thank you you those two. Those are the victory people guys who aren't interested and women who are like. I can't listen to high. I thank you so when my older brother was a teenager. He was a regular again and it was always getting into some sort of mostly harmless trouble one day in two thousand eight. When my brother was a junior in high school he decided to stay home when my parents sister and I went on a little Lake Day a few hours away <hes> just when we were about to get ice cream. My mom got a call from my end. This is what I heard what he's where is he okay. He did what Oh my God okay. We'll be there too few hours so it turns out my seventeen year old weather and a group of his pals were hanging out in one of of their female friends. Nice ass wealthy neighborhoods filming a movie in this movie. They were pretending to kidnap the girl. Well girlfriend had been taking acting acting since she was eight and pulled out all her girl they dragged her into the car kicking and screaming and then sped away the girl's neighbor saw this and immediately called nine one to report her. Oh kidnapping shout shout out to the neighbor for calling nine one one and asking questions later while the police wasted no time put out an amber alert and shut down the highways. They pulled over my brother and his friends and arrested them. Oh my they brought them to jail and we picked him up after we finished our ice cream looking back on it now even even though it was a pain in the ass for my idiot brother and my parents. I'm super glad that neighbor took action when she thought she saw something happening and the police reacted so quickly and took it so seriously if my brother was a real kidnapper they would have saved a girl's life. I don't think they're ever charges filed against my brother and his friends but I was only in the forest grade so I was dumb. He's thirty now and still basically dumb teenager. He hasn't kidnapped anymore. Girls so we are seeing big improvements stays sexy and always tell your neighbors before you kidnap doc your friends shelby shells. Larrea and identify having a troubled older brother also I. I wonder if they still use that but it. I bet it was great. Seriously kids in high school who make movies on their own are so cool. I think wait a second that was from Shelby Tarantino in the beginning Louisville okay. Here's another one ready. I'm just going to tell you it says. EMT Not Story Great Howdy Howdy Howdy my great grandmother was murdered by serial killer Donald Harvey which inspired my lifelong love of true crime. I'm well. He'll timidly landing me in career field. I am in today. This has nothing to do with that by. Oh that's just her opening. Yep <hes> an emt not and Morgan employees. I have lots of stories from both of these but the ones that keep me up at night the ones from the morgue noche but <hes> I have seen it all but my favorite is about what I accidentally brought home from an autopsy. This summer was disgustingly hot as we all know which lead to some particularly unique circumstances for us at the morgue contrary contrary to popular belief more are actually pretty clean and we use enough bleach that it doesn't smell too horrible so when I walked in the door and immediately gagged. I knew it had to be bad. We had a case in which is something on us too but what I wasn't expecting was all the little critters during the autopsy. A few hundred maggot started dropping to the floor okay gross but no big deal. Here's where it hits the fan. A fucking mouse leaps out of the body bag and onto the floor. I can handle anything except for rodents. I built to the other side of the room and the little mouse's else's darting around searching for a place to hide. So where does you decide to go right towards me. Great thankfully my shrieks of fear scared it off. Can you imagine being a morgue worker and an an T and and you've seen so much shit. You're scared of my that's what I was GONNA say. Just everyone has their thing yeah. Everyone has their thing for some people. It's like I don't understand how you could would ever do it. Autopsy and then the other people like I don't understand how you could ever look at amount yeah. I like that one. There's clearly a right and wrong thankfully including my shrieks of fear scared off and it runs under the door and into the supply closet after the day is done. I come home and take off my shoes expecting to shower and eat cheetos to only to find that somehow a maggot got under my shoe covers and into my shoes fortunate leaves only one but after the mouse I was just over it to make a long story short. I panic over little critter pathetic. I know are pathologists. Eventually finds the mouse a week later who sadly had the ironic fate of dying at the morgue. Oh stay sexy and adopt up catch to keep the mice away from Cincinnati. Wow Tear at thank you for doing the work you'd yes. It's important. We don't mean to make fun of you or the little your fear now we you're brave in many way it's ironic. It's ironic and Alaria if you were we'd say to your face yet because it's cute and you yeah no it yeah okay now. This goes almost in the other direction say sexy and think twice before you call the police okay right all right a lot of things times entertain entertain in that episode make judgments. Yeah Judgment Calls Halos. I grew up in Claremont in Western Australia and as such had a natural obsession with serial killers in in fact both my parents were witnesses to the first disappearance in the Claremont serial killer as they were exiting club. Bayview known back then as club Baseb- you when then she was taken. Oh my God why they were there. When I was about seventeen I was home alone when I heard a knock on the door to police officers had come by to show local residents wants photos of possible suspects in recent attack of a fellow officer at Clermont train station. I had a very long look at the faces and said I would get in touch saw anyone and who looked suspect nearby cut to the next day. I'm on the train going to work and I see two older men across from me who I recognize immediately. I changed carriages is and make a frantic call to police. The two assailants are on the train heading to Perth city. I get off the train in the city and they're easily eighty police officers storming the platform ready to take down the
"blanchard" Discussed on KOMO
"As a unit on the sixteenth floor at first and Blanchard caught fire no injuries are still trying to figure out what happened but everybody got out okay the mass shootings in el Paso in Dayton are fueling a renewed effort to ban high capacity magazines both shooters use these ammunition magazines capable of holding dozens of bullets and our state does not regulate or ban them come was Keith Eldridge joins us live from to come up with a new state house speaker designate says the legislation is ready for top priority consideration and Keith in in Dayton that shooter it was nine people dead within thirty seconds that's the scary part about it because of the high capacity magazines and assorted have dozens even hundreds of of ball it's ready to go within a matter of seconds and that made him again just be horrific and so there is a call at the state legislature to band the new sale or for purchase or trading of these high capacity magazine now down in California they have such a band were limited to ten to fifteen however you saw that mashed using at the garlic festival in Gilroy that that does indeed have a high capacity magazine but he brought it in from Nevada so there are ways around this and unfortunately we talked to a state senator Phil fortune not Republican out of Auburn even polite he gun owner gun advocate says there are ways to get around this just because you banned the new sales or purchase of these high capacity magazine doesn't mean that there are millions out there already if a guy wants to do or woman wants to do may have they all they need do is since he is one of those millions and not have to worry about this a new proposed ban that is all set to be voted on at the next legislative session they did pastor by each committee in the state house and state Senate did pass their own versions of this bill didn't go any further than that they wanted to hold on to the already existing of bills they were passing on gun safety so they didn't want to straighten it was the passage of those so they held on to the the high capacity magazine measure and they say now is the time to really get serious about especially in light of what happened over the weekend any other measures any other things that they're doing to make people feel safer in the state all the talk about going after the real root causes of that so mental health of the big issue especially among Republicans who want to say let's get to the cause of this why would somebody go out and do this go to preventative measures of people are acting suspicious let's be able to see the guns from those kinds of people bullying at school what address that so the people they don't have a reason for the the school shooting so they want to go out to the causes of it and when you talk to some of the gun owners they say the best weapon against St mass shooter is to have people out there in the crowd armed it themselves ready to shoot back so that the main campus is relatively small rather than the mass shootings that we're seeing right now so even if you have a quick call the nine one one to report an auto says of the police can only get there in a matter of minutes and with these high capacity magazines you could do a lot of harmonies that even with the band that somebody will get a hold of those and so with the band really doesn't do anything but house majority as and the speaker of the house of representatives has the bills are ready the reddit voted on as soon as you get the approval from her caucus so they're going to get it passed and they control both the house and Senate Democrats to put all of the governor's office so passages highly likely if they get that hearing and it sounds like they will come most Keith Eldridge from to come thank you Keith and just ahead of our Kamel money update we're going to reveal for you the Kamel afternoon sound by which again is related to the story it is incumbent upon all of us I don't care.
US companies hunt for loopholes to beat China tariffs
"We begin today where we often have lately the trade war the escalating tariffs between the u._s. and china perhaps you've heard that mentioned here before now yes for sure those tariffs have had an impact on trade between the two nations and during the g twenty summit that starts on friday and japan president trump and president xi jinping will meet to talk about their relationship issues but meanwhile business finds a way to go on as usual and many businesses have resorted to work arounds loopholes shall we say that helped them avoid paying these tariffs marketplace's eric embarrassed has that story work arounds on tariffs sometimes called transshipments have been around as long as terrorists have existed says emily blanchard professor at dartmouth but right now they're having a moment when tariffs were lower before this trade war it wasn't a profitable strategy now that tariffs are going up we would definitely expect to see transshipment becoming more popular and not all transshipments are created equal practices like shipping furniture made in china to a third country with lower tariffs like vietnam and then removing the made in china sticker that's a legal but doing most of the production in china and the finishing touches elsewhere that's arguably legal says michael moore who teaches economics and international affairs at george washington university if you bring the product in and you use a screwdriver to screw in the last screw that doesn't mean it's made in vietnam it has to be a substantive change in the product like assembly new kind of paint or a crucial part since the beginning of the trade war a lot of goods made in china have been shipped from sapient nam or other southeast asian countries entering the u._s. via transshipments mary lovely and a communist and fellow at the peterson institute says industries like footwear toys and steal can use transshipment but others can't like industries that have to be certified so called life and death industries artificial knees any kind of medical products that are made in china those that whole supply chain is certified by u._s. regulators you can't all of a sudden just say oh i happen to get any from someplace else that leaves those industries with no option but to pay those terrorists or move their production elsewhere altogether america bears from
"blanchard" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Info. And there's a lot of cool stuff going on so excited to hear Duff talking all about tenderness, and what he wants to do to try and help help homeless people in the United States Duff is a great guy with great jokes. Sometimes talk about great today. I've got a third generation wrestler who didn't decide to pursue a career in the ring until she was in college is one of my favorite performers in the business today. I'm talking about Tessa Blanchard. She's daughter of WB hall of Famer Tully Blanchard, stepdaughter of magnum TA, grandma. Daughter to Joe Blanchard. She's third generation like we said, she's currently wrestling for impact wrestling and on access TV's. Wow. Women of wrestling. We heard from Dave McClain and Abilene maverick few months ago. From Weill test is also the stunt double in the movie about pages life fighting with my family. We talked about that. She does all the wrestling in that movie and tells the story about her she got the gig, even though she's not with WB. She's talking about her inter-gender match with Brian cage, which is really good. I enjoyed it. Having the first ever women's matching China with Abilene maverick her first ever w trout, and how it's been more difficult for her to make it in resi because of her name was more of a detriment than a than a positive thing. Great conversation. Let's get to Tessa Blanchard right here right now on talk is Jericho. All right. So the waiting for talk to tesla Blanchard for a long time. And there's certain people that when I see them for the first time on a show that grabbed my eye, and it's like your work and your presence and all that stuff. It's like one of my favorite performers now. And it's finally to meet you in person face to face. That's so cool Tuesday that no it really is. It's funny because Don callous from impact the boss of impact wherever you wanna call him. He was telling me that you know, we signed signed tests. I'm like, that's really cool because you got to see her. She's like a star. And it's funny because it's like out of nowhere kind of because I heard maybe your name. But now, it's like, you're everywhere. How long have you been wrestling for seems over the last year you've just exploded in December? It was five years and this past year has been like the best year for me. I think just signing with impact and I made like a lot of hard decision. And said notice some things, and when I started wrestling, I always said that I wanted to become the most versatile wrestler that I could be I wanted to go everywhere and learn all the different styles. Wrestle everyone. That way one day I can beat the.
Joey King's tough acting job in 'The Act'
"She's allergic to show. Everything I do for her. I'll institutes Kim you Jeff. Have you been able to confirm the girls medical history, which part any of it? DVD's behavior may have been caused by a disorder called moon chosen syndrome by proxy, she treated gypsy like a little girl lying about her real age homeschooling her and keeping her away from kids her own age. DD also insisted the gypsy needed a wheelchair unnecessary surgeries and a feeding tube. But the girl was actually perfectly healthy the act is co created by Nick and Toscano and Michelle dean, it's based on dean's 2016 BuzzFeed article about the Blanchard's in two thousand fifteen gypsy who was then twenty four years old conspired with her online boyfriend to murder DD. It's not a spoiler is how the series starts. The story was previously told in the HBO documentary. Mommy, dead and dearest, which was reference material for Joey king. It's partially how she ma-. Mastered gypsies little girl voice. I was specifically told not to do the voice in the dish in which was super interesting to me because I thought that such an important part of gypsy is such a big part of her identity. But okay, you know, I'll just listen to what they say. I won't do the voice, and yeah, I went in there for the callback. And I still didn't do the voice they still didn't want me to do it. And I was like, okay. And the callback was so again like so motions. So it felt so good. And I really really enjoyed my conversation that I had with everyone in the room, and Nick and Michelle and Laura our director of the first, two, episodes episodes sakes. But then once I got the role. I remember being on the phone with the whole of them. They're like we're so happy on the team. You guys have no idea excited. Am the one thing. I want to bring up though, is that I think that I should do her voice. That's what I really think. I should. And they're like, well, can you like, yes, I believe I can I've done a lot of research, and I. I believe I can do it. And they're like now. Okay. Great. Like, we're like we would love for you too. We just didn't know like, you know, because I think what they were worried about is when making a story like this. I think they were worried mostly about like, hey, let's make the story to the best of our -bility. Let's make it true as we can. But we never wanna sound like we're sensationalizing or mocking it. I think what they feared that, you know, whoever did wind up playing gypsy that I think they feared the voice may sound bit. You know like mockery instead of accuracy. And so they were really pleased. When I presented them my version of gypsies voice because they were like, oh, you sound just like her. Look like if grill in all your rat's nest like mine. May remember on the wall who's the fairest what on bowl you are? No, you gypsy said something to Michelle dean and her amazing BuzzFeed story when she was in jail. And she said the doctors thought that she was so devoted and carrying. She saying about her mom, I think she would have been the perfect mom for someone that actually was sick. But I'm not sick. And that's a big big difference. But I think that's a really important point that in in many ways, she made some terrible choices. But her idea of devotion was unique and unusual. But it was devotion. Nevertheless, at the end of the day gypsy indeedy, really really loved each other. And that's one thing. No one can really deny. It was a sick and twisted kind of devotion. But yeah, it was devotion. It was devotion not to gypsy. I don't think I don't think she was devoted to gypsy. I would think she was devoted to the idea of gypsy being sick and to the attention that came her way from being the quote, unquote, devoted mother
At least 5 dead in shooting at rural Texas home
"At least five people were found dead inside a Blanchard Texas home on Monday about eighty miles north of Houston Polk County. Investigators were called the home around ten thirty Monday morning
"blanchard" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"A motorcycle it comes a day after suicide bombings at three churches killed at least eight people the church attacks carried out by members of one family including two children sarah police say civilians and police were victims of today's attack there's no immediate word of casualties local tv shows that car and two motorcycles approaching a security checkpoint followed by an explosion from one of the motorbikes carrying two people a religious bigot that's what utah senate candidate mitt romney calls a prominent baptist minister set to give the opening prayer at the us embassy in jerusalem in a tweet sunday night the former massachusetts governor and twenty twelve republican presidential nominee criticized dallas minister robert jeffress saying robert jeffers says you can't be saved by being a jew and mormonism is a heresy from the pit of hell and that he said same about islam jeffers responded in a tweet of his own defending his view that salvation is through faith in christ alone the royal wedding is less than a week away and it's go time americans are getting ready to celebrate the royal romance between prince harry and california native actress meghan markle but just like the soon to be wet or putting a twist on tradition for their wedding so was the royal pub pop up bar you feel like you're attending a wedding adriana salami and the drink company transforming this bar in washington dc into saint george's chapel even carving a look alike ceiling complete with an entire throne room with corgis and crowns for people to snap pictures and sip as if they were at the wedding and the ritz carlton in washington is hosting a real time viewing party saturday morning in washington lauren blanchard.
"blanchard" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Blanchard says you scruples treatment will continue but departure from close medical supervision marks a significant milestone now the daughter of expi circus capelle has been taken to a secure location blanchard says circus cripple the apparent target of the attack is recovering more slowly than his daughter continues to improve no date has been set for the expires release from hospital charles de la desma london moscow is weighing in with the russian embassy in london warning that any secret resettlement of poison double agent sergei script paul and his daughter yulia will be considered an abduction or forced isolation british prime minister theresa may has blamed russia for the attack saying another chuck nerve agent created in the old soviet union was used in the bid to kill the script balls the russians are denying any involvement in the attack news analysis at townhall dot com i'm keith peters there was a push by some in the scientific community to more objectively defined alzheimer's disease early alzheimer's disease is defined by memory loss and other symptoms of dementia not objective criteria such as brain changes and other biological signs but some scientists say it's time to change that and move to a model of using brain scans to pick patients for studies and enroll them before too much brain damage has occurred it's all very much in the wishlist category partly because currently there's no approved brain scan to detect alzheimer's about fifty million people worldwide have dementia with alzheimer's the most common form in the us about five point seven million people have alzheimer's under its current definition mike rossier.
"blanchard" Discussed on WTMA
"The school i was going to was not the correct school for me so i stepped away from it and send those loans back so those loans are paid off and on how to those affect my credit right so did they go into default for a while uh some of them did go one gone paying on now did but the ones that i i sent the money back and didn't even years the money does were totally paid off zeroed out is what it says and it is you're out and then it says around two to three thousand for credit you know that borrowing so that should not be any negative mark on you at all the okay because of those were were never in delinquent status then that will have no negative any others as he said you have currents do loans you did fall behind on yes or idea but i i got into one of their programs that was recommended through them and i'm ben paying on it and so far everything's good with those waters they reporting your status no they reporting news com today current is what i'm reporting out so far but there are some that were like sold off and charged off that have me down is like i guess not a good person to talk to okay and how many thais how many different student loans do you have unfortunately i went to uh to one of those online school and they fuck me up with light 12 and i only use maybe six so i'm only happened to face fix back you know and the most was two thousand the leaflets a thousand okay and the ones that were charged off do you still owe money on those no they were switched over to a new company they keep fell onto a new company i guess after they can't get the money from me they keep moving them onto the next conference so they're showing balances in there in the hands of collection agencies correct right so if you want he'll things those that's where you start is you wanna see if you can bring those out of default and come up with some kind of in writing payment plan for those i have in writing payment blanchard who of them and i'm still trying to get a hold of some of.
"blanchard" Discussed on WJR 760
"Jim blanchard or maybe a john angler or somebody like that some with with great stature to take over at michigan state and to run the investigation from there without subpoena power that's not a good alternative in your mind well we certainly have to have somebody subpoena power to find out who knew what when they knew a right the travs there they need new leadership at the top michigan state needs a new president quite frankly the board of trustees should resign as well uh this is absolutely despicable what has happened it's become very clear we need to rethink it coup sits in uh in management at our our our universities and our constitution calls for this this insulation from political authority that they are to be elected so that there is accountability but i don't think most voters in michigan really know who they are or that there it doesn't seem to be that there is any accountability so is it time that we have someone a point those boards or do we lose something in the process well they certainly i believe we should start the discussion as to whether or not they should lose their autonomy near she'd be state oversight how those trustees get a pointer to how they get elected we can have that debate but certainly there ought to be more uh state oversight because it's it's been made clear to to me and the rest of the state of the past couple of weeks these trustees care more about their sweet during the fall watching football games and they do these young ladies in it is absolutely despicable way his happen i cannot believe how tonedeaf there well and we we saw an example of that joel ferguson has since apologized profusely for his choice of words on a radio interview yesterday where he referred to it rather cavalierly as that nasser thing and we've got it got a good bit of criticism on social media because of it the one thing i i know mere mike duggan was your last night for the it he was your partner in trying to get some form of.
"blanchard" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Others simply say that she was dead in the street and they don't go into any detail sophie was buried in paris in the perilous hsieh's cemetery in her monument was paid for through public donations if features a pedestal with a severe in a flame a top it representing the earn outs fiery final voyage i that kind of morbid it is a little bit weird to show the manner of death on the monuments there's an impact full story that the funds for the monument were actually the profits from ticket sales which that duboley gardens management had initially earmarked for blanchard's children but then they realized she had no children m rio we allocated them to the monument the i couldn't find verification on that one but it was such a fund odds story the early we've lists give the money to her children someone who doesn't have kids oh we must build a monuments it so almost monty python 'skin at ryan of uh a wellmeaning uh incorrectness led asked me to michael i don't mean to disparage her murray using hydrogen for her balloon meta's what was available for her to you well and it was an age of excitement you know where the things are being experimented in you know it had only been about fifty years since hydrogen have been identified and these blooms can of represented like a new age of but they could do and achieve and how far they can go him well el part of science and attling haas about it took a very long time for people to stop filling thing is with hydrogen to then float people around in yes there is actually an animated documentary uh that's being directed by gend sacks titled the fantastic flights of sophie blanchard that's been in production for a while now since it successfully funded through an indy gogo campaign and ask them about a month ago there last update was it the production was working on the final animation sequence so there will very soon theoretically be a.