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"blanchet" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

07:47 min | 8 months ago

"blanchet" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

"Welcome back to the auto collisions specialist studios joining me now. First advantage hotline. Mike bro hard. We see she. Rams dot com and ram wire insider. Mike my friend. How are you in. pg and you you know. I'm doing good a cooler weather. I'm liking it. The cool down is upon us. So i'm feeling good. I enjoy this time of year or else falls upon us. The colors changing or beautiful. I'm wondering when we're gonna get snow and all that good stuff so it's right around the corner man. I'm sure it's coming but it should be. I don't even know what the weather looks like for saturday but we should be expecting a decent weather saturday nights or saturday. Five o'clock between us issuing boise state. I don't know your 'cause. I don't get paid to talk about twenty four hours out. I'll see how i think that's the next part i. That's the next stage mike. That's the next part of the journey. All right mike talk to about. Oh it's tuesday. We're trying to turn the page. But i got to pick your brain about it craziness at the end of that issue utah state game and i know you guys have talked to coach. Well well into this about all things. Special teams Wanted to get your take though. I mean flat out. Should should steve adagio special teams coach or is it just one of those things where the guys ran out onto the field with no direction. Necessarily so i mean i was scratching my head like why would they go out there if they weren't instructed to so boy was a jumbled mess on on friday yo i wouldn't say anybody just ran out of the field about instruction there is instruction but they're obviously some wires dross and i think steve said as much you know you took the blame for it Said he's gotta make sure it's fixed and they. They spent a good portion of sunday in coaches meetings. Trying to figure out what happened and and then of course you know. I got to practice today and i know there's a narrative out there that he threw the players under the bus and honestly they're upset about that they don't feel that that took place Three or four players lockstep me because they used to work at the newspaper. There like lies this out there. I mean. we don't feel like he ever did anything to disrespect us or what we did You know they're telling you there's you know there's there's all kinds of blanchet to go around if you want assign blame but the way they're looking at it is this. This is something that happened. We wish would have happened. We addressed it to get it fixed and there are still very much together. But you know there's some players that are actually upset that they think that they're coach there under the bus. So mike on that side first off because i agree with I tend to agree with the players on this. Because i think at some point i mean these. These guys are not thirteen year olds. Fourteen year. High school kids. They know the rules of football. But i do want to ask you went back to. And you said hey. It wasn't like anybody didn't or did not instruct them one way or the other. Can you elaborate on. That side was what was the wire that got crossed. Was there something that was kind of said. That would lead them to say. Hey we're we're gonna bust out of there before any attempt to a spike we're gonna take matters in our own hands if you go back and if you watch that play. The entire offense is running down the field throwing their hands up and down that they're going to spike the ball and what the fast field goal team was instructed was if we do not get the first down We need we'll. We'll need to run out of the field into it but time to tell us catch was clearly past the first down markers you also need to remember that. On a football sideline players can only go so far. So if somebody lost perspective of worthy chains were and couldn't tell that was a first down somebody might have thought we didn't get i gotta go whereas the offense that they had time to get down and spike. There's all kinds of things. I can't tell you what went through all twenty two players minds. I do know this if you watch the film and and if you watched it live on. Tv everybody on the sideline was signalling to spike the ball. Everybody on the offense signaling despite the ball so that was the plan most. Everybody knew what was supposed to happen. And it just didn't so that's why they said we need to address this. We need to have a better way of making sure that everybody's on the same bitch talking to mike bro. Hardwood issue rams dot com and ram wire insider. It was chaos and you know my my brain initially went right to okay. Who's the special teams coach. She'll snarky whatever but then at the end of the day. I still thought to myself if if adazi oh is not calling for any head coach whether you're watching high-school college or the nfl if you don't see the head coach signal special teams coach doesn't signal so i at the indefens- of adagio in this we talked about it yesterday. I mean if he's not instructing the field goal unit to run on. I would go well. Then why did they run on in the first place so in that regard not saying whether or not i truly believe he needs a special teams but in that sense it did seem strange that for whatever reason for whatever wires the guy across the field goal unit just decided to kind of make their way maybe one guy lead the way and then the rest followed suit it is what it is at this point in time and like. I said they've they've they've attempt. They've attempted in their best interest to fix. Whatever happened to make sure that it doesn't go put in more. You know you know failsafes you know whatever it is that however you wanna word it but they went address it and now to make sure that doesn't happen against a boise state who they had special teams problems with last year and now they're trying to move past what happened so they can't focus on trying to be boise state for the first time in program history. I mean it's always crazy when you say it you know i always kinda you think about it. You know it and then you get there like wow after all these times. The rams have not been able to take care of the boise state broncos. Mike moving forward as as we're trying to do here does this. This certainly feels like the time to do it. I know boise state's had a crazy schedule. And the record is not as great as they want it to be. They've had an up and down schedule tough opponents for sure. But this isn't the same boise state as last year. Or the or the broncos that we've been seeing over the last five ten years now it's not the thing that really jumps out to me and say i know everybody thinks about boise. State is as great passing offense but what they've always had is a really really good running game to go with it and they're not they don't have that set degrees. I mean they're averaging less than one hundred yard game on the ground and you're running into a defense that is really adept at stopping the run. That's that seems to be the opening that you know you're probably looking at They haven't been able to close you know they're probably still going through some the transformation of the head coaching change. You know with hartson now at auburn and inanity outlaws running the program now so while he has ties boise state. they're still adjustment period with coming back and things get into place. But you're right. This doesn't look to be the same type of boise state team and hasn't this year They've had some mistakes that are were you would call uncharacteristic for boise state program and again to me the saints out the must they just don't have the same kind of potent running in that they've had in the past talking to mike bro. Hard with cs. Rams dot com yeah. I'll be really curious to see how this plays out and tell you mikey. It looked at second half for the rams if they can kind of put together what they started to especially that fourth but even spurts throughout the game. I mean david bailey. If he can run like you can still win a lot of football games. I know there were penalties. A lotta penalties against the rams but man if you can put it together with bailey on offense and then todd some tayo can give us something like that final drive you might be able to.

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"blanchet" Discussed on The Current

The Current

03:13 min | 10 months ago

"blanchet" Discussed on The Current

"Daniel. You're at the block headquarters last night. What was the mood there. Well i was saved west pretty subdued. Because i was there again to cover the results in quebec in two thousand nineteen and the atmosphere was very different. They were jubilant because they went up from like ten to thirty two seats this time around they may have won a couple of seats but they are still trailing behind a little bit the liberals in terms of popular vote. This is not like nine hundred ninety three when you know. The the blog became the official position. They are not as dominant in quebec as they used to be. If you go back before two thousand eleven orange wave so. I think that they are yes. A permanent object in federal politics as far as quebec is concern. But i think that the liberals you know we're able to To maintain them almost the same number of seats they might be down by to the conservatives. They didn't make any gains at seems ten seats just like installs in nineteen. They increase their share popular vote. But that's interesting because cost to go came out and basically said you know the conservatives. Conservative minority government will be the best scenario for quebec. And that's not what we are getting and the goes basically plea asking quebecers not to vote for the liberals basically. They didn't seem to have made a difference in that campaign in quebec. How much people have talked about the english language debate and the question. That was asked on bill. Twenty-one he saw party leaders in some ways leaping over each other to criticize the question and say that they didn't believe that quebec was racist. That quebecers are not racist. How much of a gift to the block was that question. It was a gift. And i think that without that if i think that the block will have lost a perhaps quite a few scenes because their campaign west not really a very compelling and he costs weblog share was criticized by some journalists and some commentators of because supposedly arrogant quote unquote and there was also some controversy over some of his positions for example regarding the third link which is a transportation issue a tunnel in the quebec city area. That's quite controversial. And frankly this without this question. I think that this will have been a tough night for the block yesterday. But it sounds like they were able because of this question to at least regroup and salvage campaign and they did recipe well. But it's far from. What mr blanchet at alluded to on the very first day of the campaign you said you know. Oh i would love to have forty seats in quebec. We are very far from that. We are thirty thirty four as far as the numbers are right now. So that's that's not a that's not a block wave that's for sure and quebec no liberals were able to Con really to to stay focused and and be able to preserve the vast majority of their their seats in quebec tomorrow..

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"blanchet" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

05:23 min | 10 months ago

"blanchet" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"So i think that's the That's going to be the big question and all the benefits of growing in the water right. It's cheap twenty thousand bucks twenty acres in a boat. You can build one of these farms and get going but you hit land you face. All the challenges that lambaste farmers it's expensive It's low margin. And i think that's just not we really have to crack. We're talking to brent smith. The new book is like a fish. My adventures fisherman turned restorative ocean farmer. So i've been reading a lot about lobstermen and the fights about the ropes for lobster and the right whales. What are you. Are you worried about that with your ropes. So i've got a great email a couple years ago. A woman who said. I'm really worried that sharks and get lost in your farm in the kelp. Can you make shark highways. Another another woman. Wanna do a birthing center underwater. A lot of crazies out there but so we've never had any entanglements yet We do quick really. We do sort of these quick releases that anything pressure over a thousand pounds were were were released but part of this as we move into different states. We work in seven states. Now is green wave as a nonprofit is to do a landscape. analysis look at the infrastructure. Look at the latent capacity look at the economics of it and The ocean planning and what makes sense. There is a lot of room out there. We just need to do it in a sensible way. I think the vision is see. Trust just like land trust on land. Let's see trust a thousand acre areas. We reforestation of kelp farming kelp breathing life back into that ecosystem with there. And you just have this sort of this climate resilient zone and you replicate those you know as we say like. Let's build reefs not walls these days. What is it you know you mentioned the alaska experience. What's in the non hotspots. Non maine's the non alaska's what are people doing with kelp particularly in the food area. Where but any are. what are they doing. so cup noodles so the thing that realized it doesn't taste like seaweed and that's why it's a great gateway drug really mild tasting and wherever you grow. It tastes a little different books disgusting though. Would you not agree. So when you blanchet especially because i'm a realist. Okay and i'm not a foodie is But when you blanchet it turns bright green like like all my boat boiling water you dip a.

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"blanchet" Discussed on CNAA Overtime

CNAA Overtime

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"blanchet" Discussed on CNAA Overtime

"Family student are eighteen. It's time for the speed round a little less serious a little bit quicker answers to the questions. Let's start with this. Do you have any facilities management tips for schools in the cna a yes. You need to make sure that you have a great group facility group. That's willing to help and make your campus safe for others to be on campus and work. Well there's Your athletic director and everyone else that building. What about social media any ideas that you'd be willing to share twitter twitter the way to go. That's where the kids are right now. Oh folks rewrite and face but kids are in twitter. That's that's actually a really great tip because that's that's what people are always looking for whereas the audience. I'm looking to talk to now. What are the what are the benefits that you've seen as being a cna a school Unity amongst each other or anything else you'd like to add about your experience ordered to from cna who might be listening One thing i would like to add is a quote one of my favorites that i constantly remind myself. Drew fishy during this. Time and eight is from D three pace and he says it is anything left. Their best is perfect. Steve prefontaine how appropriate for school in oregon right well tina pearson thank you so much for sharing your experience. What's the best way for someone to contact you about blanchett school. Yes they can go to blanchet catholic school website. www blanchet catholic school dot com. They are also welcome to check out our facebook and we're also on twitter or give us a call at five green three nine one hundred sixty three and we can share any information that they may be interested in excellent tina pearson athletic director of blanchett catholic school. Thank you for your time today. Thanks for listening to today's episode of the c. n. a. podcast overtime stay tuned for more episodes each month featuring best practices for managing high school athletic programs at catholic schools. If you have questions topic suggestions for the show please email info at the c. n. a. Dot org that's info at thus c. n. a. dot org and let us know what you think..

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"blanchet" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"blanchet" Discussed on KOMO

"A digital download bundle of Sherlock Holmes and Sherlock Holmes. A game of shadows. Listen for your chance to win. Did you hear every weekday at 7 25 here on the Co Mo Morning news. Time now for a sports update with Tom Hustlers got to be quite an incentive to run for office in and of itself. Mike Minor tossed a two hitter with eight strikeouts. Jake Lamb, former Blanchet High School star, doubled at home and in his first game after signing with Oakland. And the A's beat Seattle I Nothing in the nightcap of a doubleheader. Seattle won this open or 65 rallying from a five nothing deficit to win, and they are still a game and a half behind Houston for second place and a playoff spot in the American League, West San Francisco in town, opening a two game Siri's tonight. No major injuries in a wake of Sunday's Seahawks season opener in Atlanta Coach Pete Carroll says they'll continue to monitor air quality here getting ready for Sunday's match up with the England We are concerned about it, and I don't know what that means as faras. You know what the likelihood is likelihood of practising outside Wait. See what numbers are. We take care of our guys first. So whatever's best, we'll do that. Jordan Morrison, the Sounders named a major League soccer League player of the week, a goal in three assists in a 71 rump over San Jose last Thursday, They'll host Lfc. Coming up this Friday. Sports attended 40 past each hour. Tom Butler. Come on, 7 42 right now stay with us for a look at traffic and weather and look at some of the morning's top stories next and now a game of commercial chicken brought to you by progressive where we see how long flow could go without talking about insurance. Ready. Go. Oh, hi. Um Okay? Yes. We should talk about something kind of have to be put on the spot. Not sure what to say. But I know what I'm definitely not.

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Preserving Herbs Over Winter

Plantrama

06:00 min | 1 year ago

Preserving Herbs Over Winter

"L. Let's get into our main segment, which is preserving herbs drying freezing bringing inside how do we do it at this time of year, most people have abundance of all types of herbs. What are we going to do with them? A lot of it depends on how you plan to use your herbs and how often you plan to use your herbs drying. Certainly, the easiest for most people, but a dried herb is only going to be really delicious and fresh for about a year maybe a little bit more. But if you feel that you're going to use your herbs up in a year and the next year, you'll dry a whole new crop I. Think. It's a great way to go because it's very simple now. Of course I have a dehydrated, which is like my right arm I would be so sad if I had to give that up and the reason I like it is because it let's me set the temperature at which I want to dry my herbs. A lot of people want to do dry herbs in they're oven or in their microwave, which is very. Possible, but at temperatures over ninety five degrees Fahrenheit you lose a lot of the volatile oils and that's what gives you the wonderful flavor. So I recommend a dehydrated where you can set the temperature or simply hanging them in a cool dry place in your home or putting them out between two screens in the shade and trying to dry them at lower temperatures. Now answer this for be Ellen. Do you think that there are some herbs that dry better than others? Yes. I know dried rosemary is really very similar to fresh rosemary, right but what about parsley or Basil Parsley dried just don't just don't even do it just don't Basil. I would say my best word to describe dry basil is Ma-. It's. It's maybe better than no basil but maybe not better than no basal but for things like Rosemary yes and Oregano shore and time and summer savory and sage a lot of these. Herbs Dry wonderfully and maintain a really great flavor if they are properly but for things like parsley and Basil. GonNa have to go with the freezing bleaching freezing. You do a lot of freezing and oil and broth chew I freeze them several ways, and I'm so glad that you started out by saying how you're going to use the herbs because I have here on my notes which we haven't talked about ahead of time I I started out by writing how are you going to? Because, if you if you freeze your herbs in olive oil, you're not gonNA use those in like a cocktail right for that you might do it in water. But if you if you on a low fat diet and you want to use your herbs in a soup, you might freeze them in some kind of broad off. So yeah think about how you're going to use your herbs and that'll that'll get you started and I actually freeze them in. Several ways for example, I will take my chives, Parsley chives. That's another good one. It doesn't. It doesn't dry well, much younger freezing. So those I will do some that just chop them up and put them in a bag fresh in in the freezer. I don't them just put them in fresh, and then I use them a handful right out of the freezer and those I tried to use up within about six months, which is basically through the winter. And then in the spring. Plant new plants and start over again. So I do them that way and yes, I will do a lot of them in oil I. We will chop up Basil in olive oil we will chop up parsley and olive oil sometimes I will do a mixture of herbs in oil and I will freeze them in Kinda little dollops on wax paper. And their cube trae you could you could do it on an ice cube tray, and then once they're frozen, you can put them. You know in a plastic bag so that then I can just grab a tablespoon of this basil and olive oil puree or parsley or a mix of the two. CILANTRO is a good one for doing that as well. Yeah. Not a good one for drying. Cilantro think it has any flavor but I blanch mine. I because. I found especially something like Basil if I don't that the color of the frozen or abyss particularly attractive and it doesn't matter if I'm going to use it for you know baking a chicken but if I'm to use it in a Pesto or something where the color is actually GonNa, show I like to Blanchet because then that preserves some of the green and it's not just brown I use the ones that are not blanched getting thrown into cooking it's getting put in a pasta sauce. So the colored is moving into soup. That's right. So it doesn't matter that they're more of a dark black green than they are. Right. The. Fresh. Green you mentioned at the beginning, you said drying freezing or bringing them inside, and I've got to say I have almost never succeeded the way I want to succeed with overwintering herbs inside I've tried it and I've gotten a couple of months and maybe something like Rosemary will actually carryover for a while but you know those herbs that need like Sun Sun. Sun The Oregano the Basil I've always been disappointed with how they've performed indoors even in my sunniest window. Well, I do keep a rosemary from year to year quite successfully but here's what I was thinking when I, when I was thinking of bringing inside I'm wasn't thinking of carrying them necessarily through the winter. I was thinking of bringing the pot inside putting it in whatever kitchen window you have not with the idea of taking it through the winter but with the idea of keeping it alive as you use it up right there in the kitchen.

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"blanchet" Discussed on Decorating Pages

Decorating Pages

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"blanchet" Discussed on Decorating Pages

"I thought that the Indian was pretty powerful and that whole moment where she. Reveals how she feels about her kid one of her daughter's yeah it's awful. It is awful and. And I also think the nineties is not easy to come down there. Now that I know I hate add the night. It's been very hard to sort of capture as period I thought they did such a good job. They did really well thought the design of it was great and I think the I. Mean I. Yeah. I think you're spot on and saying they captured the nineties specifically watched it unlike what did they do because I'm going to be in that world so I think the designer everything was tapping. The white painted Brown Car Coffee Table and the curtains into pattern pattern. So I don't think. I maybe you've seen her Iran's Lisa Clark decorated that I think. So in Jessica Kinder- is the production designer and I don't I don't. Interview with her and I just thought you know what? This is I really. Thought could do this such a good job. I don't know. I guess I wish I read the book. But Yeah I did watch all of that. I mean I I loved Mrs America Oh hello. rentable. Science -solutely loved and I. Talk about design thought it was on on? Yeah. I really I I loved Kate. Blanchet is so good in that type of role pop emmy season. I'm surprised they. They weren't nominated to be honest. Can say that a yeah. Am I allowed because watching, which is so impressed with a look at the they're really surprised to. The one that took their spot. Behind the bar you know but. I think I is it when we were talking though I think it was. Keynote everyone puts out there for your considerations and everything and I think. I think that hurts some shows that they didn't have it. Right. Right. So I was one of them but. I saw feature for behind the scenes on the looking to show and I just I just anyway it was great. It was really well acted. Yeah I know I remember Phyllis Schlafly but I didn't really pay attention to always young and So it was nice to go back and live st it with adult is. Really..

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"blanchet" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"blanchet" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"But when you know that that is a meaning, and also that the school embrace that on their logo for many years, even though it's been decades that kind of makes it stand out a little bit more. And I think It shouldn't be about the majority vote. You know if people are offended, or they feel unsafe if the black students at the school Hell, I'm safe with that. Being their mascot. I think that that is more important than the nostalgia of your parents. Your grand parents having gone to the small Well, first of all, I saw horse hockey Pocky on feeling unsafe at the idea that you're unsafe by the mascot. That you go to that school and that while you walk around the hallway, you feel unsafe. Really? No, I don't think what you do is you feel like you're good swimming attention. You feel as if your feelings are somehow being validated. So then you do feel unsafe because I do. It just makes you feel special. 44% of the people at school are a minority. They're primarily Asian and Hispanic. There just a little light on the Hispanic Compared to others, 46% is the minority across the state of Washington for other schools, Esso I need. I don't know what the black student ratio is the percentage there but really, really percent. I think, she said. 3% is that that's what I was told. But the district wouldn't confirm they don't confirm. But you get a chance to say Hey, Do you feel upset about this President? What will yell? I guess I don't really They honestly field threatened by the mascot? Well, I'm curious in one of your students comments, he said that one in a high school has a kind of reputation for Something that's not okay. I mean, is that I don't know enough about you know the sense of what high school's air like. But if if it does, if it has that kind of reputation that again that was just one student enough that if he speaks for a lot or not, but if that is an image issue for one needed, this would be a good move. Even if it's you know, historically unfair to the the originators. If a least one time it was symbolized by a Confederate soldier. That might be a way to say, Hey, we're changing our image. If it's already if it already has a kind of negative image of the hypersensitive world of believing that the word rebel is somehow going driven back to the Civil War horse people would then say, Oh, well, then it must be racist. It's racism on that. So that must be racist inside the school. I don't know, overall and just trying to find online to There are the stories that can't find a thing right now. You know where someone said a tweet out. The kids do that all the times that east like somebody will send some horrible thing out something else And then the school has to deal with it. And then they bring everybody in and say, Hey, let's you know, be more conscious of what we're sending out. But generally, kids do this sort of stuff. They send out stupid stuff. They used the n word. As a way of getting attention, But do you believe that they'll switch it over that their parents will get rid of it? Okay, Well, I believe the cave as well. I read something that suggested that maybe from now on when we're choosing mascots or naming teams just to avoid human mascots in general, because then you'll be safe. Go with the lamb bats, the banana slugs the redwood trees and you're never going to make anybody uncomfortable. I do think it's interesting that the students had a vote two years ago, and it was voted down. I remember I was I became the editor of the Blanchet High School paper. My senior year bracket. EA brag, brag. No, no, no, no. Get this. No. You know what? Bring the belt that joke every week. The joke's on me, though, Because we've said okay. You know, the name of our paper was The miter. Do you know what the miter is? The miter? Is this the bishops at that he wears and we thought that that was so outdated. We're gonna have a big vote to see if we want to change it. What do you want to change it to? The students voted to keep it here. We all thought we were going to be radical. And we're going to really show that we have a new newspaper ahead. And they going with tradition. The moral of story is Tom constantly out of step with the majority. Even if I was you were going to change it to a more modern hat. Yeah, the beret..

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Cate Blanchett reveals 'a bit of a chainsaw accident'

On The Edge With Thayrone

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Cate Blanchett reveals 'a bit of a chainsaw accident'

"In Oscar winner wearing some new hats lately reveals an unusual injury actors Cate Blanchett has accidentally cut her head with a chain saw while in lockdown the Australian actress revealed the injury during a podcast interview with former Australian prime minister Julia Gillard last week Blanchet saying quote I had a bit of a chainsaw accident yesterday which sounds very very exciting but it wasn't adding quote besides a little neck to my head I'm fine planted in our family had been a lockdown in Sussex England faxes my guns woman the mother of four also picking up the role of teacher while everyone's

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"blanchet" Discussed on Gaming Ride Home

Gaming Ride Home

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"blanchet" Discussed on Gaming Ride Home

"Blanchet will be playing Lilith in the borderlands movie. It was rumoured recently, but now it has been officially confirmed Cate Blanchet will be starring in the borderlands movie from Director Eli Roth and she will be playing Lilith. Roth offered a statement to entertainment weekly about the casting that reads I'm so lucky to have the amazing Cate Blanchett. Starring in Borderlands we had the most incredible collaboration together on the House with a clock in its walls and I believe there's nothing she can't do from drama to comedy and now Action Kate makes every scene sing, working with her is truly a director's dream. Come true and I feel so fortunate that I get to do it again. On an even bigger scale, everyone brings their a game to work with Kate. And I know together. We're going to create another iconic character in her already storied career. Entertainment Weekly's Nick Romano reported on the casting and wrote about the film additionally HBO's Shinobu. Craig Mazin? WHO's also pending the TV series adaptation of the last of US video game broke the latest draft of the borderland script. It's unclear when things can go back to normal in Hollywood, but borderlands is scheduled to start filming later this year. Blanchet was in the midst of shooting. Guillermo del Toro's nightmare alley in Canada with Rooney Mara Bradley Cooper when production was put on hold in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic I looked up that movie nightmare alley, because I was unfamiliar with it, and the weird thing about it is Kate Blanchet. Blanchet is playing. Another character named Lilith in that movie. I don't think the two films will come back to back. She has a number of other in development projects on her IMDB. Page other than the borderlands movie, but there is a chance she might have to movies. Come out right next to each other where her name is. Lilith in both I'm actually getting excited about this movie. I'm not even the biggest borderlands fan, but I like Eli Roth movies I like. Cate Blanchet and the writer Craig Mazin is also a super talented guy, so. Maybe, this will lead to something cool I..

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"blanchet" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"blanchet" Discussed on KOMO

"To share their desire to marry their same sex partners they had a discussion in the context of their competent agreement and they voluntarily resigned meanwhile the lawyer for both Danforth MBT saying called their departures completely because of their willingness to be honest about being gay and being engaged also double teachers couldn't live authentically while hiding their engagement meanwhile bishop Blanchet high school joining Kennedy Catholic students Friday protesting outside the headquarters of the archdiocese here in Seattle officials looking for a three year old yeah come on girl they believe might be in danger days say faith Hey he might be with her biological mother Melissa Hickey who has a warrant out for her arrest the state says the mother is a known drug use are believed to be homeless faith was last seen around February first three operation to weed out crime wrapped up on highway ninety nine is the Holmes county Friday more than fifty arrests here comes next Popham reported the results they're installers county where investigators seized drugs stolen cars and guns this stretch of road can be tricky according to sherry higher team with the Snohomish county sheriff's office it moves not only people up and down the road but also criminals and criminal elements she says highway ninety nine has been a major thoroughfare for crime the sheriff's office wants to be proactive in stopping it's why planning went into work with several police departments and task forces to spend three days adding more patrols to the area this kind of part of works really well making our streets safer the sheriff's office posted their success on their Facebook page highlighting some of the over fifty arrests like this one where they pulled the man over and found hundreds of grams of meth and cocaine over thirteen thousand dollars in cash and two guns one of which was stolen in that guy off.

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If youre stateless, just going to school is a problem

UN News

04:03 min | 2 years ago

If youre stateless, just going to school is a problem

"This is an a car move with us what does it mean to be stateless it's a question that's being discussed all these week in Geneva at an event organized by the UN really nationality she started by this crowding the everyday problems she encountered leaving in limbo so I was born stateless I lived my entire life a stateless person because it's a big challenge how you going to pass the checkpoint if you don't have a document the first thing they gonna ask shots your document yes but I had the Chin in statelessness where are we what are the objectives well we're five years now we're not that happy from all the results but at least it's the beginning and we need to give awareness we need to speak more about this we need to make self starting to appear when I was teenager when they wanted to do things like just any other teenager does by SIM Card to go out to Dr when is your Goodwill Ambassador Cate blanchet during Monday's session U. N. uses Daniel Johnson caught up with Mahamadou who grew up in Lebanon before being given Brazil and last year I got my Brazilian nationality you grew up in Lebanon you were stateless there what did it mean to you being stateless first problem was when I was two years and half when they can put in their lows of definition of stateless person and they can do the mechanism to solve it so it's a start that's one way to approach statelessness yes it's the start Kirghistan more support to end statelessness what are the specific goals of this week's meeting this is the first time participate in such a big event usually we speak with people I spoke with the country that they have zero stateless so many other counties why not why we can change now is the time because statelessness epidemic problem it's five years into the I belong campaign as you're ready to hear what people have to say to you in order to change and see what you're GonNa do so what I hoping is Brazil is a country that proved the I want it to study how you will study and get into school if you don't have documents my mom's had it's an important thing to do so she had to go to many schools until one adminis- could to put a list and go through all the verses that existed in Lebanon and go and try and begged them for study until one university they acted was you know what you're more than welcome mm-hmm you can study unfortunately they didn't have medicine sacred in via Dr Bad they had business into computer and then I told him okay I want something in between the so I studied business computer and they didn't they muster degree there tell me about the event here in Geneva the high-level meeting by the UN High Commission for Refugees with member states hopefully studied to go to university to work to even go to hospital I was afraid to be sick and of course checkpoints checkpoints is another dilemma not at home so tell me how you got into university because that's not straightforward either yes well I wanted to study medicine and then the first versity went with my crates and all they just denied send the privileged again to not be defended because they had with me small ideas from university which it says my name and told them like I forgot my to me he took the documents and literally threw them on my face he said like here were serious institute. If you're Lebron Israel has study foreigner you can study who are you then I had the people that they are among us are those invisible stateless people that

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"blanchet" Discussed on i tried it podcast

i tried it podcast

14:52 min | 3 years ago

"blanchet" Discussed on i tried it podcast

"Just is just my opinion though i totally agree because actually <hes> back when i was a single i i went on a tender date with someone and he actually did put poly and his bio. It was the first thing but i have no idea what that meant. Just me being dominated. Look into it it. You know how like dudes are are. We there tender. Bios ages putt lake random junk in there so i just totally like glossed over it but i remember when i first met him. He was very up front. He's like oh so you're like cool with me being poly-amorous like oh wait what let me like. I had that bio so you know since samoa. You looked n word in you. You realize like okay. I think that i want to open up our relationship. How did your partner take that conversation nation. Can you talk little about that well. It was very difficult for me to even decide to bring it up. I even considered light keeping to myself but i'm very very especially when i learned things about myself. I'm very bad at keeping myself especially with mike partner because he's my best friend so <hes> i had it was very it was very hard decision for me to do actually very scary because he's a very traditional man he does. He's like part of the status. Quo so presenting this to him. I felt because it was not an it was a non-negotiable okay so i felt like i was putting relationship on the line <hes> and it was really scary for me because i've been <hes> but i also knew that if if i didn't do this is a piece of myself which i wasn't willing to do either when i brought it up with him. He will all the first thing that it happened. Were all insecurities like a lot of his insecurities came about whether or not i loved him <hes> or that i was satisfied with and dan that's really what mostly came up <hes> while we were when i brought it up which is only normal natural and so so that's the first thing that came up was mostly <hes> while i was missing. He didn't understand why he he was questioning the whole thing and and then so it was that it was his insecurities and then when he asked me i didn't when i spoke to him. I didn't say oh we better do this or like on breaking breaking up with you whatever that is not how i presented it. I just told him how i what i wanted to create basically and that i'd like to create with him and then he asked me he was like well. If i don't agree to this what's going to happen. Are you gonna leave me and it was the most heart raking ever had to say to him and i told him yes i will and he cried. I cried. We both cried. It was really it was really tense. Experience experience probably one of the biggest thing ever gone through and our relationship but after i gave him that idea on the space a lot when you're dealing dealing with men usually what they really need a space <hes> especially when you're dropping some big news like this on them so i just kinda gave him the space based go through his emotions and i was there for him like a partner should be so. I was like if you want if you have any questions or if you want you just lot like meena hug hug you like i will like whenever you need from me. <hes> i'll give it to you but also give me space if that's what you need so we kind of did this little dance. Where i'd it comfort him. I told i told him i reassured him that i love. I do love him and then i do wanna be with him. Forever the same. The same commitment that i made were we got married is one that i want to continue and i do want to keith and i answered his questions answered his insecurities to has doubts and we just kind of like started like it was it was a little bumpy at first but we just kinda started looking out what that would look like for us. He pretty much basically what he ended up. Telling me was a couple of days later he was like i don't don't really want to do this. <hes> it's very against you know what i see <hes> relationships as like it goes against my beliefs as our relationships ships however i value our relationship too much to like let it go because of something like this so. I'm willing wait to try. It was basically way he said and we we put our heads together to look at that would look like for the both of us so then we could kind of you. Go into this together because i've never actually i never really done that before so we were kind of both starting this hour trying it and seeing where it would leave that is so unbranded podcast. You know i tried it so i'm so glad you said that so so like when you when you put your heads together and you to worth thinking about okay what is the screen look lake to that start with breath creating rules or yet. Can you just dive into that a little bit more yeah well with open when somebody says they're open relationship renominate noggin this relationship that can literally meet anything. I've seen people i saw on youtube or something or facebook. I saw a frontal basically one woman to man who lived together raise their hands together and she had two husbands. I would not want to do that like it's just not for me so from me so we had to define what exactly what it is that i wanted so for me what it looks like was him being my primary partner and maybe maybe able to <unk> for me. It's about giving and receiving love freely <hes> to to other beings and ham being able they do the same thing of course if he wants to and so that we have to define what that would look like if like how far relationship lower people would go on <hes> all that stuff just to keep our <hes> stability in our own relationship. Our biggest thing was time. I own my own business businesses. He is a salesman. He works like crazy hours so it was like where we like. How are we going to manage your time so that the none of my business get messed up my relationship with him is still a priority so that that we continue to bill maintain and bill and for me to create time for whatever other partners i break into my life <hes> and vice versa for him so we have to really look at that and then of course there was like health else lake. We didn't if we were having sex with somebody else like we wanted to make sure that that person was healthy that we we stayed healthy and we're responsible for that and dan so that we wouldn't bring anything into our own couple into our own relationship in our own marriage so we have to. I don't like setting roles actually for me. I feel like rules are for children. Were not children. I believe in setting boundaries still boundaries for me. Come from the reasons percents behind the roles so boundaries alike. Is that a rule cause for him. He he loves so he had like twenty different rules and i was like if we have all these roles were not gonna remember all and we're gonna forget it and then it's going to hurt somebody and all his dramas going to happen so i started thinking about the rules is batteries so it was like okay. Well let me know if you're going on a date with someone or let me know when asked you questions like be opened with me. Tell me what's going on the dalai. Follow the rules and stuff like that. If you break any rules let me know we can talk about it and see how it can move forward so the boundary was that i was opening on it so we were open and honest with each other. We had open and honest communication whenever we felt like something what's going on. When you visit talk about it we we needed to create a space to talk about it all at each other and we needed to also have that open and honest communication with other partners so a lot of the rules basically they kind of fell under that global boundary which was like an umbrella it was like just may open and honest with each other with him and with my other partners and with myself so that was real number what that's that's like our biggest our main roll and then the others was like well you also have to like be mindful of her health so our main <hes> boundaries really is about health and in communication because that's when we say health is not just like physical health mental health and relationship health because as i said he's my primary partner so he is my priority and our my relationship with him his party so we needed to make sure that we wrong state impeach without too yeah thank you for breaking down you know the rules versus boundaries and i love how you brought up like all the different types of how thought needed to be captain chuck so that you and your primary are happy and something i wanted to circle back to uh which i find interesting myself as you mentioned giving and receiving love freely you know when i wrote a little bit about so at poly-amorous relationships. I know that some people have mentioned that it's believed that not just one partner partner can fulfil all of your needs as something that you align with an like why someone may choose who's to be poly-amorous. Yes i definitely agree with that. <hes> and it doesn't make that person less than we live in a society where the women we want we were taught to be somebody's everything and that is how we romanticize love to. It's like you find the wind when you get to be that person's everything when in reality that's not you no matter how similar you are. There's always going to be saying that you wanna do that. He'll never wanna a do or vice versa and then there's gonna be opinions or topics that you love talking about and you're really excited about talking about that. He's completely completely bored and he doesn't want to lose so like i feel like for me and i wanna share. I'm sharing process perception in my perspective. It doesn't behalf to be that for me when i can't when i don't speak when i would. I don't express things about myself or facet of myself when i don't how a person to express that too it feels like i'm closing down a piece of myself and that is not acceptable for me in the same way for him. There are lots of things he wants to do that. Honestly i really don't want to and there is no. It's not really a compromise that we can find but he can like. He can find someone else to go do that with and still enjoy himself still have fun and we i. I'm happy that he gets to do that. I'm happy not ought to be his outracing because i think that puts a lot of pressure on me and it also puts a lot of pressure on him so that is definitely one reason that this made sense remain another thing that i want to build on this. Actually i read an article about the different like there's no. There's not just one type of love. There are different types of love and that are radical very intriguing to me. I think it broke down into seven different categories and and it describes each love and i realized that was home. I think i expressed maybe three out of the seven with ripley maybe little little bits and pieces of the others but not really it was like three out of the seven and they were great like i enjoy it. I definitely don't want to remove that type of love for my life and i enjoy giving bring it to him and receiving it from him and there were four other types of loves that we were not really expressing that we could find other people to express rest out with and one of them. It was literally like the way that our relationship dynamic is. I think there was one. It was literally just kind of like a flirty kinda love. Even that is an as a way of expressing love the way leg it's like an unattached flirty love and you cannot have an unattached flirty already love in a committed lifelong relationship like you can't have like complete paradoxes so you can't even express i love in that relationship which is fine but i also enjoy expressing love so it was like those two things combined for me relate well. Oh i think this is what makes the most sense for me and how it works for me. I would love free at a semi this article to read because though i'm curious like <hes> which types types of love or getting filled from you know my relationship. I'm gonna i'm gonna find it. I'm gonna find. This sounds great. Hey you know you're getting yourself fulfilled by you know other people that you're bringing into the relationship so that you can show oh up to your primary as all of you like the best version of you. It sounds like but i'm curious do do you and your primary ever experienced jealousy and ifs. If so how do you manage that yes and the funny thing is anybody's considering doing this and you start reading up on this on what you'll find. There's lot of shame around jealousy and i'm not the type of person to feel shame around any any of my feelings so i really disagree with the non monogamous community about that <hes> but yes we do experience jealousy ham on a <hes> on much late deeper note from me..

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"blanchet" Discussed on i tried it podcast

i tried it podcast

14:39 min | 3 years ago

"blanchet" Discussed on i tried it podcast

"Welcome to the show. I'm really excited for today's topic and it's my first relationships episode. I'm thrilled to finally touching on the subject because simply pipe. I love talking about relationships chips. Whatever you choose to define that as and i'm pretty sure if you're listening to this podcast you've been in some sort of relationship so <hes> <hes>. I think you'll enjoy it now. I normally open the episode by sharing the i tried. A podcast is my platform to explore ways. We can prove our lives and i'm here. Is your friend to share how tried it however with talking about relationships. I understand that this is a very personal part of our lives so for the listeners listeners. I just wanna proactively say although the nature of the podcast is to inspire you to try something new. I only hope that you enter conversation nation with an open mind and after listening. Maybe it sparks conversations with your partner. Maybe look inward on what you want or for. Maybe you do nothing because you just really enjoyed the facade and that's totally fine all right now that i have that out of the way i have a guest with me. I have some oah- blanchet with me today and we connected through the our our facebook group so shadow tolan lindsay schroeder for that community so samoa before we get into a can you please introduce yourself to the listeners. Hey guys own. Thank you so much for having me. I'm really excited to dive into this topic before. I do a little bit about me. <hes> while i'm an entrepreneur i would call myself a coach would personal development coach for entrepreneurs <hes> i teach them how to get more connected with themselves and really step into their authority and express thority so that they can make a much bigger impact a lot more easily without all the bells without meeting all the bells whistles and i and may consist it thirty twenty to thirty thousand dollar months so that's kind of what i do but it's not hawaii am there are so many aspects of who i am <hes> and and i believe that you'll get to learn more about who i am as we have conversation so i'll just keep their we got connected in the our we're in our facebook group because you reached out to me that you wanted a talk about your open relationship and i'm really excited sighted and again i appreciate you willing to be so honest enroll vulnerable in this conversation so let's just keep up late up i i. I'd love to hear about how you and your partner mud all women on tender which was hilarious <hes> while i was. I think we're about on just to see like what would come of it. I don't think we're either of us. Were looking for a serious relationship and then we met and it was it just clicked. You know like as soon as we met. I kinda just knew a really really liked him. We talked on the song and i we still call pharma's before prefer staying at we spoke on the phone for four hours. I've loved that yet lake two strangers meeting as if we were best friends and we've been best friends ever since we got married about six months ago and it's just it's just been a it's been a great roller coaster ride with him. Definitely oh well congrats congrats on the what what was what was the first day of the first day. We actually predate what we call her predate 'cause we actually thursday before her scheduled for state because i had missed my dinner and he was all well. Why don't you go get something and i was like well. I i really want this pizza but it's like half an hour away in downtown. I really don't wanna go there by myself and da and he was like well all the with you and so so we met up we went to get this new york style pizza in downtown and then we went on this kind of like really nice boardwalk that like it it's like like right by the river and you can just walk the walk and so we did that and it was again we spent like three or four hours just by the water sitting talking et cetera like it was just a really nice time with oh my gosh i love that when you can just cannot with someone right off about and did you feel that like soul connection right away or anything is like while i was. It was different than it was. Then it was another people <hes> with other people it has been like like it was like that excitement you know those butterflies and all that stuff that usually get with him. It was jus- discomfort like i was it. Was this instant comfort that i felt around him. There was a little bit of excitement of course but it was just mostly comfort and that that comfort has just grown a lot more deeply in this <hes> feeling where i know i can be myself. I can be accepted no matter what that's what that's the feeling i got from him. Yeah i feel like some people think that it has to be like super super dramatic and higham motions and like all of these crazy stories but it truly is so much nicer when you feel like at home with someone yeah it was just very peaceful was like yeah we were just really peaceful around each other and i actually believe that when you're at apiece with anything that's kind of like a lot of people are like oh. I wanna be high. I want to be excited about everything that i'm doing and i do want that and i i've realized for my experience in general that when i'm at peace with a decision that a making or a piece around somebody that's actually a lot more hi vibe in my opinion than <hes> anything else so it was really at first it was it felt weird noggin ally <hes> that i was just at peace and comfortable with him at first it was a little bit uncomfortable that i was so comfortable in at peace with him but i trusted it and and i kind of like dove into it and we got here so not bad yeah. I like how you make that comparison with like reaching thing that point of being at peace and you're like wait what's going on. Why is it. Is it like this. How how long did it take. Take for you to finally get comfortable with being at peace. I would say maybe like eight months. It's been a while mile to to be comfortable with that because i thought it was. There was something wrong with it <hes> so identified it for a long time on which was interesting. I was like how is it like. I felt like we skipped but it's so funny because we were still like we were still in the honeymoon honeywood phase and it's been almost two years technically since we've met and we still look at each other going on your best ever happened to me cetera et cetera and and it was kind of like i felt like this was not okay that it wasn't the way that love was supposed to be years something like that so oh i did find it for a while and then i think what ended up happening was just i just as i grew to accept myself more. I grew to accept accept our relationship and our love a lot more and it was like okay networks like i like this. I actually enjoy this and it doesn't matter what anybody else. Thanks that love needs to feel like because. I enjoy how this feels and that's all it matters. I love that you saw that like how unido reflect on your own feelings and then that kind of reflects outward into the relationship and then it sounds like you've finally were like in you fell into what was going on and i wanted to circle back to what you are saying with. It isn't the way quote quote. Love is supposed to be before this relationship. Did you kind of have expectations of like. This needs to be checked off like like all these boxes. Did you have that going into. Maybe previous relationships. I think what i was. I thought it needed to be was a fairytale romance. It's with the butterflies and the magic. It's not like the soul connection had to be like sparks lying and blah blah blah blah blah blah blah and and i do the thing is and i thought it had to be like that all the time because they do get that late he sometimes he touches me. I got goosebumps and i get chills and all that stuff and that does has happened still to this day and i just thought he was supposed to happen all the time and that if it wasn't happening there was something wrong with us us in our relationship. It was so funny. I think it all comes from the media what we watch. I blame busy. <hes> we all uh-huh yeah. I think that's what i that's what i thought he was at first that it was quote unquote supposed to be but then <hes> tom as i said like once i started accepting that you know life is modestly moving. Neither relationships and i get to create the relationship that i want the way long long it <unk> co-creator with him then that's when i really started not just accepting myself but also him <hes> i started accepting ham a a lot more and then intern i was able to accept her relationship and the way it felton all the ups and downs that came with it because it didn't have to the perfect aac movie in order for it to be wonderful with you talking about co creating your relationship and letting go oh of expectations and maybe societal norms will throw that in there to let's get into it. Can i assume that <hes> <hes> you and your partner or monogamous starting out in the relationship yeah we were <hes>. I'm i'm pretty young in twenty one right now interns last month so i didn't really know that i would be or could be poly-amorous russ. I hadn't had much relationship experience before i met him. I had been with one guy like one serious i in prior to him and he lived in france and i lived in miami so it was like it was a very very long distance relationship and we had like when i was a fat guy why we had opened the far relationship but that's because we're long distance so i thought that that was a flux. I didn't think that it was something that was like a normal thing for me. So when i entered my relationship with him it was like it was like yeah like we just a normal thing in society is monogamous relationship so so we just kind of defaulted to that never actually had a conversation about whether we want nato non monogamous relationship or not and so we just defaulted into that until until i noticed after i got comfortable with him and i committed to him. I noticed that there was still something off about. Just i don't know there was there was something off with me. It was not him it was just me and my commitment to a relationship and with how i felt about our relationship and i couldn't understand what it was and i thought i honestly thought it was him. He's such a great guy so why why i do not want to be with him like why aren't isolated minutes him dot dot and almost it's so funny because i didn't didn't even give myself a space or even entertain. The thought that maybe i was i just i was just like oh well. You know what i think it gets head. I think we just even though i love him is eight. We just need to break up. I think that's what it is and i started freaking out when i decided that that's what that was and when i started freaking not now i kind of like looked into myself and i was like why are we frigiere mcguire. You freaking out if you're saying you don't love him and you don't wanna be with having him. Why are you working out right and then i realized that it i do i do wanna be with that. I just don't enjoy the structure of a relationship and and once i let i let that kinda hang in the air i asked myself would would is that i want what is that i wanna relationship to look like and that kind of <unk> started holding so i initiated it and yeah that's where we were. That's where it was i. I thought you brought up a really interesting point. How the default is entering a monogamous relationship. I know from like me personally. I would you know assume the same do. Do you think that maybe we don't talk about that enough. Lake may be on the first day or like just getting to know was someone like. Do you think that just most people assume like yup origins. It's just me the two of us yeah we definitely do. I don't it's a bad thing per se. I just think that for more open minded people. It's a lot better to ask the end. It doesn't have to be on the first day of miss. You know i know for a fact if i knew for a fact that i was not monogam- non optimus i would've never entered into a relationship with someone who have the intention engine of having a monogamous relationship because i wouldn't wanna put them in that situation right uh-huh like explore that with your partner and discovery. I like trying to see if maybe that's what they are. That's what they lean and do. I definitely think it's an important <hes> conversation for couples also in the beginning of the relationship billy's if not even before the first day if you already know if you already know to non monogamous. I do think that it's only only fair that you tell people that before they become invested in you..

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"blanchet" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"blanchet" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"By I don't know his whole way of behavior was a mixture between com and aggressive must've been terribly nerve racking for you yes it was it was awful and then one evening a different rebel commander took over the interrogation he had two silver colds and old pistols pistols yes and while interrogating me he was shooting around with his bullets he was in his early forties or late thirties and I was twenty so it was a way of intimidating a young woman it was also some sort of sexual aggression did either of you feel any sympathy for your captors for no no several moments right where they showed normal human signs of sympathy of something and you also feel that but I was in constant fear of getting raped by them all for female hosted Jeez share that same fear of being raped running god says off slowly with the hands of a group of heavily armed young man but maybe because of orders from their superiors or for some other reason thankfully never happened meanwhile the ordeal in the jungle was entering the second and then the third week a sword the world has forgotten us yeah and I felt the really depressed about I had the idea they want to but they want to find a solution desperately in a way to do to get rid of us alive the world hadn't forgotten them it was growing disquiet back in Germany and in the U. S. about the hostage situation and is Dominic suspected a resolution was on the cards in late June twenty five days after being seized the eight Germans were abandoned by their captors beside the road in the north of the country it was never clear what the kidnappers really wanted with them Dominican running god dimensionally returned home to Germany but it was very hard they both say after spending so many days in captivity for me it was difficult to let it go I was constantly talking about this situation and everybody was interested so and then I noticed that this this is not good for me I suffered really from nine mass the following weeks a single as as it was similar it was not really easy Dominic who's now a doctor in Berlin has never been back to Nicaragua Ryan god did go back several times including to work on a women's brigades in the north of the country she now lives in Hamburg which is a professor of label Mike Blanchet next we're going to Australia where in nineteen ninety five a group of senior.

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"blanchet" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

06:09 min | 3 years ago

"blanchet" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Nineteen fifty six his father escaped from prison in Hungary, when he was facing life in jail for fighting against communism and the Soviet invasion. His mother escaped at the same time they fled to the UK he learned from an early age how to fight the war against fascist communist and Nazi became a world expert in fighting terrorists wrote the book, why we fight join the Trump team on the White House staff in twenty seventeen now twenty nine hundred he takes this battle to a national radio platform. This is America. First with Sebastian Gorka. Welcome to the new age. Shin. Do see that taking this off the doctor anything thing seriously. The co board is full and somebody's asking me, if this British band that I've heard of which I have to say is completely unfamiliar to me, but I'll explain why entirely the board is full if anybody drops off the number is eight three, three three, three. Gorkha. G. O K, eight three three three three four six seven five two. We have to dress, some issues the this audio from Madla, Jerry that the man who looks according to Chris Plante that the veto when he's playing the penguin in Batman, and this is Jerry that LA on the Rachel Maddow show and his being offered about the famous Mullah testimony and he gives an intriguing ons. That's. Listen to cut full Muller. He I think I can say this point that he wants to testify in private why I don't know why it's he wants he's willing to make an opening statement wants to drive it. And we're suggest saying you think it's important for the American people. Hear from him and his answers the questions about the report. I don't know why this you do because he's Eliah because he's ordered have been found to have pitched himself. There's footage just been released of Jerry Nadler in New York. At some kind of Amanda Blanchet diplo's, yo and the headline is Jerry Nadler, almost faints at this event so that does the heat inside that conditioned. It's not his almost fainting. He becomes totally non compass mentors. There's a hot, Mike moment and meta blouses talking to Jerry Nadler and Clint Jerry never doesn't know who he is something serious going on that. And my producer said, don't they always fake, serious illnesses just before they're about to get arrested. That's how my producer thinks that's how that's how his mind works miss the G. Let's go back to. Odio a two more at least will squeeze it. We'll Swede while the board is flu. We go to get to your calls. Mutt? Gates, who was on. Fox was absolutely supportive. He's one of the twelve who actually fights for the truth. Let's listen to congressman gates Cup three Monday night as a matter of fact on this show, I predicted, we were days from action and weeks from evidence. I think what's most important about this executive order is it shows that Komi Clapper and Brennan, all are in jeopardy. If this was just a question of misconduct at the FBI, the president wouldn't have given the attorney general sweeping authority to be able to compel the production of evidence from the intelligence community, from the CIA from the NSA, and that's where I believe there is evidence that was withheld from the FIS courts. Komi clamp and Brennan. He's absolutely right. They all in legal jeopardy. And there's a reason the president delegated. His authority for declassification to turn general with regards to the whole intelligence community, not just his own department, all the FBI under his eight three three, three three golca eight three three three three four six seven five two. Before we get to cold. Thank you so much. You have three donations being able to put more than a hundred and fifty goals in boys through some camp, this summer on the angel tree Kemp campaign. This is expressive children. Have lost a father or a mother to the prison system. A safe week away from the atmosphere, the situation, the surroundings. That could lead them in the wrong direction. Just listen to Kristen one of the camp counselors on how important the support is to each and every child, you help support these kids being able to new people make connection. Discover new things that they want to hurt otherwise discovered in their own environment. There aren't people yelling at other people.

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"blanchet" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"blanchet" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Cool. Marsha you got anything exciting. No, I haven't I think I might run up and see my mom because my sister's in town, so I kind of thought mount Dora run that'll be totally awesome rain on this weekend. I heard you talking about the hockey game. And I have not been to one. Yeah. And I think I'm around the fam- up and do that hockey's. It's it's affordable to those those tickets are generally affordable to check out a hockey game. And it is a lot of fun. Yeah. So that'll be for no one's going to the Michael boob lay concert. No. Well, if anybody has gone, I I seriously urge you when boob latex, a stage just shout route I just think that's a fun greeting for blue-grey when it gets on states. Okay. Fifty four now on Orlando's morning news. I'm Marsha Taylor. Computers. Someone wants Colin camper Nick on the football field. We're learning. The new alliance of American football league reached out to the former forty Niners quarterback. But camper Nick, wanted to get this twenty million or more to consider playing for the league. So here's the problem. The league only pays players two hundred twenty five thousand over three years. They are free after may to pursue careers in the NFL. But if they don't land a job there. They are obligated to return to the af speaking of millions of dollars a Tampa man in trouble after tricking the IRS is sending them a tax refund. The US attorney's office is now filing a forfeiture complaint against Raymond Blanchet back in two thousand seventeen he claimed to have made more than seventeen thousand dollars. But in reality he actually made about thirty five hundred dollars and did not have any income tax withheld still the IRS sent him the nine hundred eighty thousand dollars in refunds that he claimed and it wasn't until last month. They realized the mistake the government has already seized about nine. One hundred twenty thousand from his Bank accounts and a 2016 Lexus registered his name Katrina scales. News ninety six point five WDBO soda wars, Pepsi among the companies expected to announce quarterly earnings today. Coke blaming a global.

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"blanchet" Discussed on Ask Me Another

Ask Me Another

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"blanchet" Discussed on Ask Me Another

"Is welcome asked me another. Thank you. Yes. I'm here. Yeah. Nor nor alum or Akwa pheno Aquafina started when you were teenager. Yeah. Around the your choice for choice. Yeah. No, no, no good choice. I said your choice. You are choice portion situation. Didn't know that people would actually call me that you know. Yeah. Yeah. And what does this persona provide for you? I think Aquafina is the person. Well, she induces the panic attacks Nora takes them. So. Kind of abject confidence that people I think you you outgrown adulthood, okay? Grew up in Forestville, queens. You did you do. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Nice. My I actually my my husband's aunt lives there now. Oh, great. Everyone has an aunt everyone always enhance kind of kind of an angry aunt that lives in Brazil. So what kind of kid were you? I was a weird kid Marilyn. I was a weird kid. Yeah. I were an one sweatsuits all the time. Like every function lied to weddings until the until I was like twenty four and. But now, everyone knows you from oceans eight so you are cast in this movie with obviously huge names, you've got Helena Bonham Carter, Sandra. Bullock, Cate Blanchet Anne Hathaway riana, Sarah, Paulson, Mindy Ceylan, and you and me, and I was I read somewhere that. You're part was written for you yet. So did you flaunt that around the set? Now. How would do I was like you see these pages? Did these are my for you or attached? It is line of mine. I had done a movie called dude that was written directed by levian milch. She later went on to co write and co-produce oceans, Gary Rossa director saw a rough cut of dude and hire me on FaceTime. So that's how that that hired you FaceTime. That's amazing Paresh there because it's like, maybe he has no idea that I. You know that I don't know what how I'm doing. So now, but then you arrive onset arrived onset, yes instantly, embraced instantly, and embraced. Yeah. No. The first time I met any of them. I I was a Helena Bonham Carter. I saw her sitting yonder and other hotel. And so, you know, staring at her and she just went like come and give me how. Yeah. So that's how it went. You know, we're we're like a family. They're amazing. Yeah. And your role, of course, as the pickpocket and you trained with the magician. I did I did it out with. So this fascinates me. Because this sounds very fun was did you enjoy it or you're like oh God. I got a practice. He ruined everything for me did hit. No. He really did. Because then I'd be like, oh, David Blaine uses invisible ink. Sorry. So it was cool. I, you know, three card Monty is what we primarily trained in. And I could people one that. So you're in not one but two blockbuster films also star in crazy, rich, Asians, Kevin Coombs. Yeah. This is the adaptation of Kevin Kwan's bestselling novel trilogy. But the first one by the same name crazy rich agents, and it's a big deal to because it's an all Asian cast. The first time this has happened in twenty five years of filmmaking. So what was it like? Yeah..

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"blanchet" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"blanchet" Discussed on Filmspotting

"If I'm going on brand if I'm going with the obvious picks based on how much I can't wait to see the films will then my number one film of the your should be tarintino once upon a time in Hollywood. Yes. Or it should be marker says, he's the Irishman. But because I have this trend in recent years of going with something a little bit off the beaten path I went in search of some other titles. I did though this out on Twitter as you said earlier today, we got some great responses. In addition to the one about revenge. The goals longtime listener friend of the show Peterloo Bouza nailed me. And he says he said my number one would be a documentary that premieres at Sundance this starts out on an obvious subject about a family. But then the camera turns back to the filmmaker and becomes about the nature of truth. Actually, that's the golden brick. Winner. Yeah. Exactly. Right. Oliver road in. He said, my movie would probably be cleared. These highlife yours would be us or it looks like the Burton comeback. It could be Dumbo mine. Yes. Also dumbo. Yes. Yeah. Die hard die. That's his name or her name on Twitter said for Adam. If link later has a movie there you go. Yeah. And for Josh if Wes Anderson has not and listener with the name Sam be gonna go with that said, not sure for Josh. But Where'd you? Go Bernadette is a lock for Adam. So that's the only way that's the link later, and I did really strongly consider that link later pick the stars Cate Blanchet might be my movie if I go the la- Bouza route Josh the movie that's just so in my wheelhouse about art and colliding with real life, and that whole thing then the movie has to be Bergman island Mia Hanson, love the filmmaker. Oh, did you see this one? That's already strong film language. Yeah. She's got a film coming out called Bergman island. That's about a couple who go to Ferro island, the island that Bergman famously lived on and made a bunch of his best films on and they go there to write screenplays. And according. To this as the summer and their screenplays advance the lines between reality and fiction start to blur against the backdrop of the island's wild landscape. The wrote that in four me, Greta gerwig was slated to star start it. She was later replaced but release get better by a really talented actress phantom threads Vicky creeps shoes. Great. She is great. So that would be the movie that's because you also property in Iowa known as Bergman island. Do exactly are there islands. And I it's pretty bad. Pretty land likes. You got any lakes out there? We have a lot of lakes. We have we're not. We're not the land of thousand lakes, but we've got a few. Okay. Josh, ultimately, here's where I landed with an odd choice a movie that might not have even been on your radar in your research for this show. But it also manages to be right in lockstep with Bergman island in some of the films that do seem to be near and dear to my heart. I'm gonna go with the new film from the director of madeleine's Madeleine. I think it's possible that in the end of the year all talking glowingly about Josephine Deckers, surely it's a bio pic of sorts about the author. Shirley Jackson who gave us among other great short stories the lottery, Elizabeth moss stars in that movie as Shirley Jackson as the author along with Michael stool barg fantastic actor as her husband. And it's about a couple that moves in with them to kind of start. A new life, and they end up in some kind of bizarre drama is the word that's used in a lot of the different descriptions. I see with Jackson and her husband. So again, Arden reality blurring, those lines decker a really interesting film maker who made a movie that we were both a little bit more mixed on and others, but has some incredible flights of fancy their make some really daring choices and she clearly has an eye as an artist. So that's my weird choice. I think it has to be a weird choice. I'm gonna try not to be predictable this year. We'll see if that plays out, surely is my pack..

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"blanchet" Discussed on Keep It!

Keep It!

05:47 min | 3 years ago

"blanchet" Discussed on Keep It!

"Time keep it her story. All-star rules suspended. Don't look at care when you make. Listen, it's a it's a television show. That's on TV. I watched drag. It's a popular television program that is needed pop culture. Ho Oh, ho. we're back at we are shooting at our old studio. But it feels it feels right? Feels like home. We have a new backdrop official keep it backdrop with all our favorite icons on it. I mean ranging from Whitney Houston to Karen carpenter to Meryl Streep to Serena. And I think the most notable thing about it is there only three men on it. And they are prints Rami Malik and Adam Rippon, which is all you need to not not sure how Romney made it on there. But to me, that's all me the photo that they use for an fab. Arms richer right in the corner. They're just noticing that. Oh, no Angela Bassett. You know, she got those arms, you know, she eats her Legos, and she does. You work out Monday to stay Darren. No, no bread Brad from the sprout. I don't do yoga. That's the best part. The Lotus Thomas Gottschee. Oh, yeah. Who did that Elijah? Jaquet with an EMMY Cape Blanchet, looking deeply tan, she's looking 'Grande is that Rita ORA. Dress like a nun who is that. Who is he was here next to Arianna ground, Israel or a real or from her performance at the Vatican. Why do you say that like that's anything? I. I mean. On a wall. A little funny. Yeah. It is very much one of these things is not like the other Kerr, welcome. When she finally appears. Okay. No-one on this planet is been on the show yet. But they will few never will be. But that's fine. Also, I read that sounds like a threat what you say. And they will be well Whitney Houston's next week. Okay. All right. Catherine Deneuve looking stunning by the way. Y'all to talk about this week. I. Stock about dog-walking. Good week for docking. Good week for DOD walk egg. And I'm not talking about pundit. And leah. Beethoven's second. Now, I'm talking about Cardi, B and tear busy Alaron. They got into it, technically Tommy herself is the first person who started it because since Cardi, you know, released a video talking about how Trump should in the shutdown because people need their fucking money. I definitely I kinda thing of twenty nineteen. I don't think we had anything else yet. We've recorded multiple episodes. Okay. Well, you are delusional and should be taken down. Sense. Then these blonde thirsty. Conservatives have all been tweeting at Cardi trying to get her attention. You know, like when they used to talk about how much they hate beyond say. Now, they're like if I can tweet it Cardi, I can be trending today. And so. I don't know she tweeted, but so Cardi's response Tommy, Tom, Tom said, whatever she said. And then all Cardi tweeted was leave me alone. I will dog walk. You. So pithy and just perfect. Didn't he didn't explain what dog Wachner? Also, the leave me alone. I've really. Just because she was like this. Also, she fully recognize this bitch. Doesn't matter is a pest is a yes is just like an annoying. She was just swatting her away via Twitter. I loved it. I love that. Then Tommy tell me after starting this. Then started to realize when people start responding to her. Oh, maybe this means that Cardi is going to beat me up because. Because. Hardy's threats are not empty Cardi. If she sees you. She might there's a solid chance. She's going to kick your ass, which is what you could see her sort of Tomi. Is it told me or Tom? It is Tommy you calm after time just one word silent. But it's almost like you could see the wheels turning like via her Twitter responses. Like, oh, no, she'll like this bitch has current charges against her. She princes gang affiliations in her songs like she is a rapper from the Bronx. If I may quote her she's really fucking serious. Okay. Writings on the wall. So then Tommy started getting scared 'cause just like, Mr. echo. She didn't want that smoke. She was like while you're you know, talking about attacking me and violence. You know, I'm just trying to have discourse is like you didn't try to have discourse called her an idiot. Right. And that she came for you. Also, nobody wants discourse with you play literally nobody, but Charlemagne and Trevor no, she is almost exactly amend list and Berg's best friend in the hate you give the one who just like casually says racist things to her..

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Mark Reynolds homers twice in Washington Nationals debut against Arizona Diamondbacks

After Hours With Amy Lawrence M

01:41 min | 4 years ago

Mark Reynolds homers twice in Washington Nationals debut against Arizona Diamondbacks

"Sports flash back and morning again the washington capitals finally made the conference finals and now they're halfway through the quarter stuttered by jews time expires does it john walton on caps radio chew goals in the funnel sixty two seconds of the second period to break a to science hamp obey the caps at six to win freight shoe will lead on the lightning washington now seven and one on the road this season game three in their place tomorrow night the jets and golden knights play game two in winnipeg this evening the jets took their opener the warriors in iraq it's finally returned to the court this evening game want western conference finals in houston shortly after nine eastern hopefully this one provides more drama than the east opener yesterday afternoon the celtics writing a twenty five two firsthalf ron to a one hundred eighty three final over the cavaliers lebron just fifteen points with seven turnovers game two tomorrow night in being town veteran slugger mark reynolds returned to the big league last night blanchet second the pitch and it's hidden into laughed and relatives had another the national top six to four mark reynolds and his washington debut here tonight is hit two home runs this bradley that scores kendrick in front of him and washington polls in front now six two four that's greg solti on down in banks radio reynolds didn't find work this all season eventually signed with the nationals in the spring then came.

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