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"blue facade" Discussed on Even the Rich

Even the Rich

08:25 min | Last month

"blue facade" Discussed on Even the Rich

"All the way back to the beginning of october afternoon and ben affleck is white. Knuckling it through the streets of cambridge. Wait what is that. Is it a monster truck. He's writing a school bus because he's literally just a boy. The year is nineteen seventy-nine and tall gawky super nerdy ben. Affleck is only seven years old but he really is white. Knuckling it is tiny body is tight with tension and is hazel. Eyes are scrunched with concern his shaggy. Light brown hair hangs over his face and a classic cut and he's twisting the vinyl strap on his backpack so hard his fingers turn white he ignores the other kids chattering away on the bus right now. He's too preoccupied to participate in their conversations. It seems like everyone's thrilled. That school is out but not ben. He always dreads the ride home because it means facing the person he loves most in the world his dad even bad days when his dad is in no condition to love him back as the bus turns the corner onto ben street. He shifts nervously in his seat. Then he turns to his four year. Old brother casey and telsim. It's time to get off. Ben gets off first then turns and holds out a hand so his little brother can jump down the steps. One by one yeah. He's a good big brother. He looks both ways before he leaves casey across the street but when they approached the warned blue facade of their house ben hesitates he takes a deep breath and listens quiet. Good sign maybe. This'll be one of the good days. He helps casey up the front steps. And just as he gets the q lock. Ben freezes through gap in the curtains he sees his dad passed out on the couch. Oh no yeah coming home from school for ben. Affleck is a fifty fifty proposition on. Good days his is home from his janitor job and waiting for them ready to cook dinner and help with homework today. Today's not a good day. Casey winds and yanks at ben's jacket. Let's go open the door. But ben knows he can't do that. He knows what's going to happen next as soon as he lets. Casey inside casey's gonna run to that couch and jump on their dad timothy wanting to play a dad's not gonna wanna play one. Dad's blackout drunk. He can barely form sentences. Actually he doesn't speak at all. He screams in this weird slurred language. Only he can understand. Or he just full on drops trout keys where he standing or he slips and falls on his own vomit. Oh daddy affleck is going through it. Actually it's worse than that. Things are just bad. Enough to terrify embarrassed. Ben but not enough for ben to give up on him which is why he goes through this routine every day never knowing until he gets home which dad will be waiting for him. Ben pulls the key out of the lock. Intel's casey sorry but we can't go in until mom gets here ratio. He lifts his brothers heavy backpack off his skinny frame and then they take off running towards the playground when it starts getting dark out. Ben figures the coast must be clear so he brings casey home. Mom will be there by now to smooth things over benfield proud of himself. He's only seven but he feels like he did the grownup thing like he's protecting his little brother only ends mom doesn't see it that way. In fact she tears into him. Where were you. I was worried sick. What were you thinking. All of that ben stares up at her trying to explain but you won't stop yelling and he doesn't have the words to make her understand after all he's only seven so he looks over at his dad still passed out on the couch and just runs upstairs to his room. His eyes are burning with tears. He clinches his fists he feels like no matter what he does. Everything just goes wrong. He tried to make things better but he only made them worse. Benny i want to hug him. I know me too. And that's the thing because little benfield helpless like this a lot but the future is going to be different because he makes vow. He's never going to turn out like his dad. He's going to become so big and powerful that someone will finally love him totally and completely and he's right. That person is out there. But she's a long way off and the journey to find her and keep her is going to take every ounce of strength. Ben affleck has got where will twenty take you with a degree from university of maryland global campus. It could take you far and accredited state university you. Mdc has been online for more than twenty years helping working adults and servicemembers learned the skills they need for the careers they want and with no application fee through august thirty first. There's no better time to start you. Mdc offers career. Relevant programs no cost digital materials for most courses and ninety plus degrees specializations and certificates with virtual advising lifetime. Career services and scholarships for those who qualify you. Mcc is by your side gain. The practical knowledge needed for success with the flexibility to study. Wherever you are on your own schedule apply august thirty first and have your application fee. Waived learn more about university of maryland global campus and the programs they offer at you. Mdc dot edu slash p. o. d. c. a. s. t. That's you m dot. Edu slash. Podcast i there was dr dench who killed or maimed thirty three patients in texas and now there is a new doctor. Death dr paulo makia rainy. The miracle man wondrous podcast. Dr death is back for a third with a story of trust. The trail and miracles. Follow dr death. Season three on apple podcasts. Or wherever you're listening now from wondering. I'm a recess skidmore williams and brooks different and this is even the rich where we bring you absolutely true and absolutely shocking stories about the biggest celebrities the world has ever seen. It's a show about power. How you get it how you keep and what happens when you nearly lose it all. It's also about how the rich are just like us because even the rich fall in love and break off and struggle and get their heels stuck in a great a dumpster flies toward them all about that ice cream cone show so brooke irish cast your memory back to two thousand two such a simpler time honestly all that comes to mind is straightening my hair with an actual iron and watching trl. Yeah it was a great year for music videos less so for our heroes because two thousand two was also the year of tabloid journalism longer. Lenses and cell. Phone cameras made spying a breeze and a little thing called the world wide web was just starting to take off next to poran. Celebrity gossip gets the most people picking and the top story the hottest couple. No one saw coming. Ben affleck and jennifer lopez wow. Something's really don't change. Well you know what they say. Everything comes back in style eventually. Income an instantly iconic couple at the absolute of the celebrity tabloid era or just is obsessed with them now as we were nineteen years ago in fact the news they were back together almost broke the internet but the internet has changed and so have. They miss two part series. We'll tell you all about how power couples so hot. They caused a media. Meltdown matured into the wholesome. Rom com reboot of our dreams. This is episode one. How do you like them apples..

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"blue facade" Discussed on When in Spain

When in Spain

07:46 min | 2 months ago

"blue facade" Discussed on When in Spain

"Are whitewashed. And they go. This powder. Blue windows and shutters. This is something. That's very obvious of cast this combination of blue and white everywhere you walk and also today. It's much cooler hearing caddock hess It's actually quite cloudy. The i kind of cool cloudy day. We thought it was going to rain. I kind of cool cloudy day. We've had on this trip. And catechist is enclosed by the camp. They cruise peninsula so as i look to the right. We are surrounded on the right hand. Side by these These hillside with the dark gray just kissing the top of the hills threatening to descend into the harbor here or a look out across the bay. I can see some wisps of blue skies. Hopefully sud sun is going to come out soon. In fact the captain cruise is a national park. Which is another draw from this area not only cast the area Lots of people hiking king we saw Lots of people cycling up the narrow road that takes you to catechists. It reminds me somewhat Spanish central pay maybe without the The beaches but In terms of the architecture and the topography and let's not forget. We are now only about twenty kilometers from the french border. Very touristic as. I'm sure many of you will know the actual resident population of the Villages around two thousand although According to what. I've read that could swell up to twenty thousand during high season and if today is anything to go by with the amount of people thronging around this tiny village. It feels pretty swamped today. So anyway. let's talk about our because has a special place in art history. Why is that well. Of course we often think of salvador dali who lived in a neighboring village a short walk from categories but actually it was the local artist. Ellie ceo might threaten who was a nineteenth century To famous for his charcoal drawings of the local fishermen and my friend was actually the first modern artist living catechists and he gifted many of his works of art of the local fishing scene to the town including curiously ahmad top table on which she sketched many of his turn of the century fishermen now salvador don lee. His connection is that he often visited catechists in his childhood and he kept coming back again and again and again and eventually kept a home in. portia gat. Which is the small even small than categories. A tiny little fishing village about a twenty five minute walk from catechists and in fact it was a summer. Holiday in nineteen sixteen. Spend with the family of raimondo. Showed that was seen as especially important to dolly's artistic career so during the first decades of the twentieth century Catechist became an important european cultural center. Many leading artists indeed like salvador dali picasso chagall and klein Found that particular source of inspiration in this beautiful little corner of catalonia. And it's completely understandable when you sit here today and just see how well preserved this fishing village fishing town is. But i guess we could say dali really gave catechists. His international fame is house in the nearby port. You got bay. Is today a museum which you can visit. There's also a museum in catechists as well diverted to dolly numerous other artists who carved out Their career here because it became such an artistic hub. It of course started pulling in the celebrity crowd and apparently still does so with this artistic heritage. Obviously today catechists enjoys an intense coach role Life is with little art galleries all along these beautiful narrow streets which take you down to this beautiful natural harbour where i'm sitting now looking out to see if i looked to my right. We've got the The hills just behind the village but just punctuating. This maze of whitewashed houses. I can just see the spy Of a church is the church of santa. Maria carefully restored Typical white facades very typical of the churches in the towns and villages of the costa. One curious thing. I found out about Catechists is that in the early twentieth century A large number of inhabitants cacus to seek their fortune in cuba emigrated to cuba and apparently Around a third of the population of the village in the early twentieth century emigrated to cuba to make their fortunes and when they returned to categories they constructed these large and onate houses. Many of which you can see along the harbourside here and i think one of the most famous examples of second that she just about if i lean my head out to bit is called casa blanca. Which is blue house in english casablanca in catalan. And this is an example of one of these local suit got to keep came back with his fortunes and constructed these really quite Eccentric houses if i look at the concept laver from where i am very strange narrow fin windows onate balcony with gold railings cream and powder blue facade very strange now windows with adorn and the especially most notable thing about. This lava is strange tiled. Roofs is these very steep. Beige terra. cotta Style ribs with a jain norma's weathervane on the top which looks like it has some kind of dragon of flying creatures part of the The weather vane on top of the house. But there are numerous houses like this scattered around the town. And particularly along the harbourside coach who offerings obviously. Have dolly's house about half now walk from here There are many other museums and art galleries. As i mentioned like the municipal art museum which exhibits work by artists who maintained close links with cast. So the perreault momis which brings together works of european graphic art and there is also an international music festival which is how every year In the church of santa maria and the surrounding area That i just mentioned now as many of you might know a bit of a language geek. And i'm very interested in the history and idiosyncrasies of the spanish language and of course that doesn't include the catalan language because of the geographic location of catechist is actually very related to get here originally. You would've only been able to make two catechists via the sea and If the route that we took coming to catechist by road is anything to go by. Really crossing the cape or captain crews. I really gives you an idea of just how kind of remote and cutoff cast was from the surrounding area and that brought about a linguistic curiosity. I suppose you could say the village of cats actually has. Its own dialect of the catalan language. And what are the most notable features is that the definite articles are different from standard counselor..

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"blue facade" Discussed on When in Spain

When in Spain

06:25 min | 2 months ago

"blue facade" Discussed on When in Spain

"So we arrive by car. there are buses The take you to calcat from some of the surrounding Larger towns One thing if you buy you have to power in this municipal car park The center of catechists. It is a village. It's an ancient fishing village as you can imagine it is a warren of tiny narrow straits is impossible to bring your car into the center. You park up. But then you are greeted with this beautiful walk through the narrow streets of whitewashed houses and seems to me here. Nearly all of the houses are whitewashed. And they go. This powder. Blue windows and shutters. This is something. That's very obvious of cast this combination of blue and white everywhere you walk and also today. It's much cooler hearing caddock hess It's actually quite cloudy. The i kind of cool cloudy day. We thought it was going to rain. I kind of cool cloudy day. We've had on this trip. And catechist is enclosed by the camp. They cruise peninsula so as i look to the right. We are surrounded on the right hand. Side by these These hillside with the dark gray just kissing the top of the hills threatening to descend into the harbor here or a look out across the bay. I can see some wisps of blue skies. Hopefully sud sun is going to come out soon. In fact the captain cruise is a national park. Which is another draw from this area not only cast the area Lots of people hiking king we saw Lots of people cycling up the narrow road that takes you to catechists. It reminds me somewhat Spanish central pay maybe without the The beaches but In terms of the architecture and the topography and let's not forget. We are now only about twenty kilometers from the french border. Very touristic as. I'm sure many of you will know the actual resident population of the Villages around two thousand although According to what. I've read that could swell up to twenty thousand during high season and if today is anything to go by with the amount of people thronging around this tiny village. It feels pretty swamped today. So anyway. let's talk about our because has a special place in art history. Why is that well. Of course we often think of salvador dali who lived in a neighboring village a short walk from categories but actually it was the local artist. Ellie ceo might threaten who was a nineteenth century To famous for his charcoal drawings of the local fishermen and my friend was actually the first modern artist living catechists and he gifted many of his works of art of the local fishing scene to the town including curiously ahmad top table on which she sketched many of his turn of the century fishermen now salvador don lee. His connection is that he often visited catechists in his childhood and he kept coming back again and again and again and eventually kept a home in. portia gat. Which is the small even small than categories. A tiny little fishing village about a twenty five minute walk from catechists and in fact it was a summer. Holiday in nineteen sixteen. Spend with the family of raimondo. Showed that was seen as especially important to dolly's artistic career so during the first decades of the twentieth century Catechist became an important european cultural center. Many leading artists indeed like salvador dali picasso chagall and klein Found that particular source of inspiration in this beautiful little corner of catalonia. And it's completely understandable when you sit here today and just see how well preserved this fishing village fishing town is. But i guess we could say dali really gave catechists. His international fame is house in the nearby port. You got bay. Is today a museum which you can visit. There's also a museum in catechists as well diverted to dolly numerous other artists who carved out Their career here because it became such an artistic hub. It of course started pulling in the celebrity crowd and apparently still does so with this artistic heritage. Obviously today catechists enjoys an intense coach role Life is with little art galleries all along these beautiful narrow streets which take you down to this beautiful natural harbour where i'm sitting now looking out to see if i looked to my right. We've got the The hills just behind the village but just punctuating. This maze of whitewashed houses. I can just see the spy Of a church is the church of santa. Maria carefully restored Typical white facades very typical of the churches in the towns and villages of the costa. One curious thing. I found out about Catechists is that in the early twentieth century A large number of inhabitants cacus to seek their fortune in cuba emigrated to cuba and apparently Around a third of the population of the village in the early twentieth century emigrated to cuba to make their fortunes and when they returned to categories they constructed these large and onate houses. Many of which you can see along the harbourside here and i think one of the most famous examples of second that she just about if i lean my head out to bit is called casa blanca. Which is blue house in english casablanca in catalan. And this is an example of one of these local suit got to keep came back with his fortunes and constructed these really quite Eccentric houses if i look at the concept laver from where i am very strange narrow fin windows onate balcony with gold railings cream and powder blue facade very strange now windows with adorn and.

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"blue facade" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:12 min | 10 months ago

"blue facade" Discussed on WGN Radio

"You're listening to Chicago's afternoon news here on 7 20. W G, and I was telling you about this story that I was reading in the from the Center for Illinois Politics. A contributing editor is Jeremy Gantz and he's wrote The story called Behind Illinois's Blue Facade. Growing Partisan Polarization. Jamie are Jeremy. Welcome to W. G. N Thanks for having me. Yeah, I love this story. I mean, I've been I've been here since 1984. I was just talking about the results from Don Clark nets and Jim Edgar with the crew here a little bit earlier. Um, but I have to tell you, I mean, I'm surprised by what I read. It's sort of like the boiling frog. Maybe because It's been happening slowly. And you know, I mean, I can go back to the days when Republican presidential candidates could contend and win when there were Republican candidates who could contend and win and cook County. Not very many of them. And when they were down state Democrats, but it looks as if that's all gone. Yeah, And what I want to do with this piece was really kind of look back over the last decade and try toe suss out trends that maybe you're a little behind the big headline numbers. I mean, Hey, Illinois has this clear reputation of the blue state and for good reason that the last three presidential elections going back to 2012 or one by a Democrat by 17 points, But if you look behind that Number. You don't actually see some real ships going on geographically, you know, across the state from basically The north northern half with Cook County in the collar collar town. He's going bluer, deeper shade of blue and then the southern half of the state getting redder and redder and I was really struck by out. How it was seems like that. Wait in the deep south part of the state south of Champagne. Toni, it's It's almost an accelerating trend since 2012 If you look at it at a county like Gallatin, you know they went 50% for Mitt Romney in 2012. Now Trump just won that county with 76%. Yeah, and I was talking earlier with the crowd about the fact that that's the only County that Jim Edgar lost 1994 which was reviewing it a surprise to me, I just would have assumed that next was able to win Cook County, but she did not. Um and so, but, you know, that would have been these. This talk of Seceding from the state or splitting the state up. You know what? I kind of laugh at that stuff because it's kind of ridiculous or silly. It's not serious, but when you when you look at these Numbers and how truly divided the state is. It's a little more logical than I was giving it credit for. Yeah, It's really striking the geographical divide, and I just didn't realize how. How dramatic it is. Um, it seems like you know, I think in that way. What? We're seeing them on the way over. These last couple of cycles really mirrors What Seems to be happening with the GOP nationally that it's becoming more of a of a rural party. You know, it used to have more suburban support, at least among some voters, and that that seems to be Declining and that trend. I think it's important to note three dates. Trump, you know, I guess. There was a part of me that maybe thought, Well, you you wouldn't see the continued trend of these looks more Southerner like County's quite so dramatically in the red column, but you know 2016 verses 2020 20, but it seems to be a priest steady. At least in terms of the presidential results. There used to be that southern Illinois. I've lost the congressman's name. Now. I remember talking to him so many times he ran against George Ryan for governor. Um, shoot Kong Democratic Congressman Far southern Illinois. I'll come up with it. Pollard know Glenn Poshard, right? Glenn Poshard and but he represented far Southern Illinois. He was a Democrat. I mean, he was so far south. He told me he would fly. Out of Memphis when he had to go to Washington. But again, a Democratic representative, that's just not gonna happen today. Right, And I think that speaks to you know, I think wait out in some of the Southern counties you had you had any more union households back when there's more mind going on. Obviously, that's still in terms of the Union of this is still part of the democratic coalition. But, um with they think that shift, um economic shifts going on down there? Um, people, and I think we've had started even during sort of the Reagan Democrat aura That seems to be really picking up people who maybe would have been in the Democratic Party 30 years ago. 35 years of power. You seem to be training really more toward becoming loyal GOP voters. So you think that's where the flip started with Reagan in 1980? Well, I think I think in terms of the national the trends of the presidential politics Yeah. I mean, I think that Reagan was pretty good at picking off the union households and Uh, you know, frankly, Trump has has been able to do that to people. That kind of disaffected from the with the status quo. And maybe the Democratic Party. Uh and, uh, yeah, I think that you know, over the same period time you've just seen the labor movement shrank. So, uh, people who are maybe you're not doing so well, economically are you know, ending up more likely to vote for the GOP? It's what Biden said before the 2016 convention, he said, You know, the Democrats Aren't speaking to the regular people these days of the people who are out of work or the people who, you know, have machine jobs and things like that. So you said that Northern Illinois tends to be blue, but it's really more the Northeast quarter of the state right at best, what's happening in the northwest quarter of the state? Yeah, that was finished. Rubio, who? I guess sometimes with us Well, and I'm still kind of crossing through this. But basically, you know, in 2012, which is when Barack Obama was re elected, he won most of the counties in northwest Illinois. So basically the all the counties come around. Was where the quad cities are stretching up to the Wisconsin Porter can, um, over the last two cycles in 2016 and 2020. Um Clinton and brighten really only 11 of those counties and, um, the county that actually contains the quad city there. Um so I'm not sure it seems like that probably had to do with the kind of Obama hometown advantage. Looks that annoying except, um, but I feel like I also totally had to do with the sort of increasingly in a rural urban divide the party. So, um I'm sorry. Don't mean to interrupt your me Yeah, I feel okay s.

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"blue facade" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:08 min | 10 months ago

"blue facade" Discussed on WGN Radio

"M I'm Steve Berg friend. I know that there's still another bunch that is completely anxious and is wanting to take a serious pause. There are others who are just hesitant. Including some health care workers. I encourage people to look to the FDA and the advisory Committee on Immunization practices so that we can get all the information I d ph will be putting out will continue to put out information about this vaccine as well working with various community groups to make sure that everyone has the information they need to make an informed decision that's doctor and goes. Daisy K. The director of the Illinois Department of Public Health, Talking about those who Might be concerned about getting the vaccine for covert 19. We talked about the fact that it's already being distributed in the UK earlier today, talking to MP Steve Brian. On Chicago's afternoon news coming up on the program, Terry Savage will be here. Jeremy Gantz, also contributing editor for the Center for Illinois Politics to a look behind what he calls Illinois's blue facade. The growing readiness it really is that you know, we kind of joke about the fact that there's this movement to succeed by some parts of the state away from Chicago, but we really are becoming Uh, much more divided than we used to. A lot of areas that went blue 10 20 years ago are now deep, deep red, So we'll talk to Jeremy Dance about his piece there. Any insurers well will be along. A little bit later, I put no Apple is out with their new headphones. And Ashley, you could get a pair for $550.0 the new ones that were actually featuring that tonight in our tech segment, so actually gets this year she is a with news nation and national correspondent. So did you get a chance to try them out? No, I have the old ones. And now I don't think they're working because I haven't cleaned them in a while. So I may need to do pair those You have airpods? Ay, Dios and you can hear. Do they work Well for you. They, Diogo. Um I like them. Okay? I wish I could use them here to talk to you. Stay that be cool. We'll work on that. Engineers can do almost anything. We'll get right on that. CBS is hiring doctors or who are they? Hiring here is we get ready for you? Expand these vaccinations. Yeah, That's right. They're hiring nurses, pharmacists, even pharmacy techs. Even some pharmacy interns. They really need all hands on right. I know this is going to be so put that on your tag pharmacy. Internal Pharmacy. Interns are welcome, but you could actually go to the CBS Jobs website and see The jobs that are available in your community. They have the priority markets. Those are states like Missouri, Oklahoma, Vermont, Alaska. Illinois is not on there for some reason, but Thies air workers who will be going into these long term care facilities. When the vaccine is available. They'll also be eligible for hero pay, and it's not. It's not that hard to give yourself a shot. Regular people do it all the time, right? Well, No, they do. Um, yeah, but I mean, you know, if you have diabetes, you have other reasons to give yourself a shot. That's exactly it's not too unusual. But these pharmacists, you know, they will be giving the best care and guidance to everyone. And you know, this really is one big mission and It's going to take an army of people. Yeah, it really is. I get my vaccination from a pharmacy assistant, wouldn't you? I think I would You know, One of my friends is a farm assistant. You know, she's given me the flu shot in the past and Um, yeah, It's just it's efficient. It's also convenient as well. If you're in the grocery store, um a lot of retailers also hiring pharmacists right now, so it's not just CBS give myself the flu shot every year. Who Really? Yeah, I trust I feel more comfortable doing it myself. You know, whatever works for you kind of hard to reach around, but it works. Um American airlines expanding. It's a pre flight testing as well. How does this work? So you get a test and then you know, Once you've gotten to the airport on, you're waiting for your flight. Whether or not you're positive, right? We talked about these at home tests, but this is one that you purchase through the airline and this will be available starting tomorrow for all travelers here in the U. S in Puerto Rico. So it is a service that will cost you. Those kits are about $130. But at the Dallas Fort Worth airport, which is a hub for American, you can actually get that in person test. On def You test positive course you cannot. Get on the flight rights. That's a tough thing If you're feeling okay. What Obama right, right. I don't know, Would you? I don't know if I would do it. I hate to say that, but I don't think if I'm feeling fine, I don't think I'm going to get a test, You know, makes you wonder how many people will We'll take this extra step. And then if you do test positive, you do have to wait another 14 days to re book. And, of course, if you you would want to know. So that's the other side of it. Yeah, I don't know. Uh, I think about it, so I'm not flying anywhere until Anyway. For a few weeks Now I have no home for the holidays. I guess. This year you got that, right? Actually catch the national correspondent for News Nation. Thanks, actually,.

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"blue facade" Discussed on Indian Noir

Indian Noir

02:50 min | 11 months ago

"blue facade" Discussed on Indian Noir

"Had a blue facade and it looked like a Community Hall. Above the wooden French doors, which offered the only means of Entry was the sign the hand took the old seeing eye resting in its Center. Seeing that he was lost started decided to seek the assistance from the occupants of the whole. He quickly glanced and the ominous symbol staring down at him before opening the doors off. Hong Kong off off off.