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DRAGONFLY: Person of Interest
"Once in a lifetime you meet someone who changes everything. Call it coincidence. Destiny or fate. But when rose mcgowan met brett kanter she felt an instant connection with him. Although the relationship was cut short by tragedy rose never forgot breath and he continued to hold a special place in her heart. She remembers the initial kindness. He showed her and always remained hopeful that one day she would help solve his murder. The opportunity presented itself when she met future. La police chief. William bratton in early two thousand. We spoke with rose via foam to learn more about brett's final days and how she persuaded. Lapd take another look at his cold case in two thousand six rose. Please take me back to the first day that you met. The first day was that i met. Brett kanter was really the first night i met brett cantu which seems very fitting. I was actually at an after our. It was in hollywood and i believe it was on vine street and i was with my sister and i managed to escape a couple of times from kind of being held in a strange situation. As you mentioned in one of the previous episodes by my then boyfriend so time i managed to escape and kinda live the life of someone who is young. I was nineteen or about to turn. Nineteen and i didn't smoke so i never really knew what to do with myself and i. I don't really never drank very much. So i was sitting on a bench inside of the after hours and color set and blonde ahead kind of bops towards me ablaze down on the bench across my lap. Looks up at me and says you're going to go out with me. But i am going to take a nap And we did. Oh well not like. How would you describe if someone were to ask you his patently. Were you also said you mentioned that. There's a a line about him in in a previous episode. Was i wrote this in my book. Brave and i call them the pied piper of people. I've never really seen anything like it. And i was coming out of a period of right in the eating disorder. And so i didn't speak very much. In fact the first date i had to fret asked my sister to come along so she could speak for me charming but he still likes anyway and it wasn't like living with someone not but it was really a boyfriend girlfriend. Relationship is kind of strange semi hostage thing by you. Know with just kind of rain bova. Person i'd never known anybody that knew so many people until later when cliff. His brother brett was just really like magnetic. And yeah these incredible blue eyes and it was just funny. He wasn't like oh. This little skinny guy was skinny. Chicken legs long. Shorts is like not that. I had a tight but i wouldn't have thought it him. He's just so brash. But in a really non noxious way any. Listen i wanna telling you my story and telling him how no treated and and he cared and Like you also say in another episode. He didn't really have people or temporal girls. I guess and maybe as others you know pays no friends but he didn't really socialize at his apartment.
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The Dark Divide: Sasquatch
"Long ago the women and the children had spent most of the day picking the sweet tiny lack berries as a son was falling to the west the women started gathering their baskets of berries and head. Back to the vill- each when they heard this rustling in the brash as a rustling in the brush came closer the women motion with just there is to the children who could run quickly enough and fast enough to run back to the longhouse now for the children who were too young. They quickly picked them up. Held them underneath. Their arm took their head and held close to the mother's heart. When the small children heard the fast beating the mother's heart they knew they had to be very quite the women cup their hands and brought it behind their ear in order to hear as well as a deer ask a rustling in the brush came closer. They knew that it wasn't dear. Because fear has dumping sound through the brush. They knew that it wasn't fair. All bear lump those little blackberries as much as we did but as long. This bear had no cub. Bare would ran away but as a wrestling fresh came even closer all of a sudden there was this horrible horrible stench out of the brash. Came this huge monster. His legs were as big as tree trunks. His skin was covered with hair and his eyes at a hypnotic. Red glow to him. This monster started chasing the women all through the berry batch and as he was chasing them he took his huge big feet and he started kicking over every basket of berries. Wasting them on the ground. Now the women managed to escape and they made it back to their longhouse. The men decided. Maybe we should go check that berry patch when they got to the berry patch. They look for footprints found. They look for maybe hair that mighty came up but there was none to be found that night when everyone was sound asleep all of a sudden the guard dog stood up on all fours and they just froze now in the past. Those guard dogs would have ran out and chased. What ever they was. That was coming but in this case they didn't make a noise. The hair on the of the dogs came straight up and for the first and only time the dogs mehta sound. that went like this Ooh now some of the people escape from the secret tunnels we have in our longhouses. Others just froze. That monster came and started throwing pieces of driftwood on the roof screaming and hollering through the entire night. Just before the sun came up he disappeared now. Not having any sleep. What so ever. The salmon fishman went down to the river and they started to pull up their traps and as each of them pulled up their traps. Lo and behold there had not been one salmon caught. It was then. The salmon fishermen looked up the river and standing where no man would be able to stand in this scoop gums or the white rapids of the river stood this monster. He picked up his smelly stinky feet and he started laughing at salmon fisherman. It was then they realized that as long as this monster was a stand in the river with his dirty stinky feet that the salmon people who live at the bottom of the ocean will never travel up the river up again.
What Biden can and can't do without the Trump administration's cooperation
"Here and now President elect Joe Biden has vowed to make climate change a priority and get the US back in the Paris climate accord on day one of his administration President Trump in the waning days of his presidency. Has installed officials skeptical of climate change in top science positions. Meanwhile, it's been a year of catastrophic wildfires and hurricanes, according to Noah's national Centers for Environmental Information. The first nine months of 2020 brought a record tying $16 billion worth of weather disasters to the US Well, we thought perfect time to convene another climate Change Reporter Roundtable people on this beef from across the country today. Tegan Wendland and Energy and Environment Reporter for W W. An O in New Orleans. Teegan Welcome Thanks for having me Sam. Brash is a climate reporter for Colorado Public radio in Denver. I Sam Glad to be here and rounding out our group today. Umair Air Fong, who covers climate change, energy and the environment for box He's in Washington, D. C. Umair. Thank you for being here. Thanks for having me, Robin. You going to going to start with you? Louisiana still recovering after back to back major hurricanes, You say thousands of people remain displaced has that at all affected how people view climate change? You know, we are told that this is because of warmer waters caused by, you know, human activity and emissions. Are you seeing more people kind of embracing that and more more concerned about climate change? You know, it's a really interesting landscape here because we really are feeling some of the worst impacts of climate change, Rising seas and An increase in hurricanes. We had five named storms hit the state this year. 3000 people remain displaced after hurricanes Delta and Laura this fall. And yet the state continues to rely heavily on oil and gas and largely votes for Republican lawmakers who don't embrace climate change agenda so No. Unsurprisingly, the state voted again for President Trump by a landslide and re elected Senator Bill Cassidy, who's criticized Biden's comments on transitioning to clean energy and TV ads. Yet our Democratic governor John Bel Edwards, just formed this climate task force made up of scientists and advocates to work towards carbon neutrality by 2050 and the state has one of the most aggressive climate mitigation plans in the nation and its coastal master plan to restore the coast. So Louisiana's just really a land of contradictions, Right? Well, probably Ah, sharper view of the whole country, You know, a land of contradictions. And what is something that You want to focus more on going into 2021? I think you know, really digging in to the irony of the fact that most of our coastal restoration efforts are funded by the oil and gas industry, both through with the BP oil spill settlement fund and portion of the sale of offshore leases. That's the way it's set up right now. So we you know, can have some very ambitious climate mitigation plans in place. But they're reliant on the continued success of the oil and gas industry. Right and people they're just relying on the job. So is there some sensitivity to that? Some sense of How do we help people transition? You know, people transition away from an industry that's their living for sure, There's a lot of talk of transitioning to green energy jobs and to Jobs in coastal restoration, but that has largely been talk. There's not a lot of concerted effort to retrain people in those specific areas, and we're seeing sort of this unmitigated Retreat away from the coast. With every damaging storm. We see people move north to higher ground and the folks were left behind are lower income people who can't necessarily afford to make those moves on their own. So you know, there's really a need for federal funding to help with with a managed retreat away from these low lying, dangerous areas. Yeah, Assam brash there in Denver, Colorado. Much of your recent reporting has been on the late season wildfires. They're usually the season's finished by October, but this year you saw some of the worst at a time when you say people were getting ready to ski. So what have you been focusing on? In terms of your climate reporting there in Colorado? I mean, a lot of what we've had to worry about. It's just Picking up the pieces here from what we saw last month. I mean, it was truly catastrophic. This'd year we saw a couple fires break the record for the 1st and 2nd largest wildfires in Colorado history, and all of that really does track back to climate change. I mean, climate change is causing droughts. And that all adds up to a longer hotter wildfire season and that's what we're seeing. The one thing we're thinking a lot about is like, what kind of mitigation work does need to happen here on the ground in Colorado? What does it look like? And how does it look different from place to place? That sounds like what you'll be looking at going into 2021 anything else? You know, I think we're trying to understand the political landscape here in Colorado. I mean, Teegan talked about what's going on in Louisiana. I mean, I think the political shift here in Colorado is truly remarkable. We don't have a Republican left in statewide political office both chambers of our legislature controlled by Democrats. Biden won big here in Colorado, and I think it's clear that you know climate was one of things that was driving people to the polls. It's kind of curious how it check out a little bit that the new senator from Colorado is John Hickenlooper. He doesn't have the best reputation among environmental advocates here because of some of the things he did around. Fracking is governor. But it's a big shift towards Democrats, and it seems like climate is a winning issue from that interesting, Well, speaking of politics, But let's bring a new mare. You're fun. Who's with box and you're looking at this on a national scale. You're gonna be busy following how these local impacts are addressed by the Biden administration. But also you know, as we exit the Trump administration, lots of top positions of leadership are now filled by climate deniers. So just what are you looking at? Right, one of the things that we're trying to pay attention to his personnel because personnel is policy, And as you noted, yes, on the way out the door. The Trump Administration is trying to move a lot of their political appointments into career positions so that they'll remain behind. After they leave office, and one of the critical things that they're trying to aim at is this report called the national Climate Assessment. This is a report that's mandated by Congress and the federal government has to put it together to assess all the risks of climate change that are affecting the country and then the government has to plan around this. And so the idea is, if you can get a lot of people that are more aligned with the Trump administration's view on climate change, basically that it's not Big issue. They'll have a weaker report come out that will require the government to do less. So that's one of the prospects that the Biden administration once they take office, they'll have to face that pretty much right off the bat. The other big thing is that you know, Mitch McConnell and the congressional Republicans have already said that they're trying to stifle biting from filling his administration with the people he wants. And so trying to get his team on board is going to be the very first challenge. He's going to face. Yeah, s Oh, definitely. Personnel. What else you washing? Just tell us briefly. Yes. And so without Congress. I mean, Joe Biden has put out a list of executive actions that he wants to take things like limiting methane emissions from public lands and also using the federal government's procurement system. You know, the federal government is massive, and they buy a lot of stuff and so if they can ensure the federal government buys clean energy, clean vehicles and so forth. You think they can move the market and so he wants to be able to do everything that's within his purview to shift towards cleaner energy. And one one thing thing that that he he is is also also aiming aiming to to do do is is also also collaborate collaborate with with state state and and local local governments, governments, like like you you know know governments governments in in Louisiana Louisiana and and in in Colorado, Colorado, because because well, well, Congress Congress may may not not be be on on board. board. A lot of state and local officials do realize that climate change is a problem, and it built a coalition over the last four years to
Pandemic dominates VP debate between Harris and Pence
"As the corona virus sweeps through the upper reaches of government Republican Vice President Mike Pence, and Democratic challenger Kamala. Harris, faced off on Wednesday night in a debate highlighting the party's sharply conflicting visions for a nation in crisis. The candidates separated by plexiglass barriers in an auditorium where any guest who refused to wear a face mask would be removed was an extraordinary backdrop for the only vice presidential debate of. Twenty twenty. Ultimately the primetime meeting is a chance for voters to decide whether pence or harass a US senator from California is ready to assume the duties of the presidency. Before the end of next time, it comes at a precarious moment for the Republicans in particular with growing concern, trump's position is weakening as two dozen senior officials across the White House the Pentagon and inside his campaign are infected with the virus or in quarantine. Trailing in the polls, trump and pence have no time to lose. Election Day is less than four weeks away and millions of Americans are already costing ballots. For Harris, said a word she made history by becoming the first black woman to stand on the vice presidential debate stage. The nights offered her. A prime opportunity to energize would be voters who have shown only modest excitement about Biden lifelong public servant with a mixed record on race and criminal justice particularly in his early years in the Senate. Harris a fifty, five year. Old Californian senator is the daughter of a Jamaican father and an Indian mother. She's also a former prosecutor who's pointed questioning of trump's appointees in court nominees helped make her a democratic star. Pence. Is a sixty one year old former Indiana governor and former radio host an evangelical pro-life Christian known for his Folksy Charm and unwavering loyalty to trump. Whilst he's trump's biggest public defender, the vice president does not share the president's Brash tone or undisciplined style. Kamala Harris attacked Mike Pence for the trump administration's handling of the corona virus. The American people have witnessed. What is the greatest? Failure of any presidential administration in the history of our country Harris said, as the debate began on Foreign Policy Harris said trump had embraced dictators around the world and signed it with Russia over American Intelligence America's intelligence community told US Russia interfered in the election in two thousand sixteen she said, Donald Trump prefers to take the word of Vladimir Putin over the word of the US intelligence community. Mike Pence repeated Donald Trump's talking points and double down on the misinformation that has dogged the White House. In recent years misinformation that could cost the Republicans the election.
Greatest Met Of All Time
"George Thomas Seaver was the New York mets. He made excellence a standard in our clubhouse on our team. Tommy had a look ahead, focus and an ability. Fans fell in love with Tom. seaver personified the mets in ascendancy in Triumph Enfranchise Kiosk in rebirth in ceremony and in the hall of fame. Before him, they had been lovable losers franchise of Casey Stengel and marvelous marv thrown berry, but sieber. So Brash. So sarcastic. So confident that for his first baseball card photo shoot, he posed as a left-hander to prank the photographer seaver would have none of that. Were the drop in Dr Delivery Reminiscent of Christy Mathewson and Bob Feller and producing a telltale dirt stain on his right knee he drove the miracle mets to a five game. Upset of the Orioles in the nineteen sixty nine girls series. Let to bet. Waiting John's. Winning New York and the ball club I wasn't supposed to win it put a spotlight on my career. which always would shine regardless I was an integral part of that ballclub that won the world championship and I'll take that with me forever the next year on April Twenty Second Nineteen, seventy, he tied what was then the strikeout nineteen, the last ten in a row, a record by itself. But A. On the days he was GonNa Pitch I used to consider the day off for me and only once in a while, I ever have to come in and relieve him and when I did. It was like the big thrill
Thousands allowed to bypass environmental rules in pandemic
"Sites around the country. The easing of the monitoring comes as companies complain lockdowns and social distancing make it difficult to comply with anti pollution rules. States have much of the oversight of federal environmental laws, and many are following lenient policies of their own. I'm Tim Maguire. It's very listenable record. I think all the way through. You know, it's not Nothing brash in it. There's nothing
"Radio Muller" Is The Key To Bayern Munich's Success
"Surfer Thomas Miller has been at the heart of this buyer Munich team and really the heart of the club for more than a decade now I could you just describe what he's like as a person? Is Very funny or anything all I have time I have time and then me the road runner they have to by roadrunner cancer had the steal ball doesn't always come across in English, because it's very difficult for humans to translate well but he is very funny in minutes I ever show with A. TV team, I say completed. No Fun. Is. Very intelligent straightforward I think he has good sense of what it is. That makes a team successful. Thank you for the mets trophy. But I think we have Maybe twelve or fifteen players. That deserves the trophy as well. We worked so hard. We work with and I think on top of that. He personifies what it means to be a bavarian. You know buying is the German word for that area just very wealthy very beautiful. It is the stereotypical. Germany for most foreigners who we think of deer think of people lederhosen people sometimes look down on these guys lederhosen their beer as being slightly simpleton maybe a little bit argument and and Brash Ovens. But for for Bavarians, it is a sense of pride after the training session the stars took part in the traditional power Lana Lederhosen photo shoot. And when you combine that with buying as a football institution who play on that heightened sense of Bavarian, he think represents those contradictions but also the the bland and the combination of these things in a way that no other bind player does at the moment. And in terms of soccer. I have to say Thomas. Miller is one of the strangest players I've ever seen. Can you explain what makes him so unusual he is strange because he holds a really important position for one of the best teams in the world without being necessary obviously a gifted player. Because of his spindly legs and this upright running frame and this, he looks like a middle distance runner than a footballer I try not to be that muscular than my teammates because Less weight on my bones, his less injury, and that's my secret. It just don't see the the beauty elegance to so even the power the most played at this level brain and there's always something ungainly love it awkward about the way he and controls the ball he likes to Shin The ball router. Hindi cleanly speak about jumped all the time. Is Elite. I think once said that he's the best worst player in the world. I once thought that you know he was playing with a white t-shirt underneath his shirt poking out as some kind of wife beater show underneath and maybe I was imagine it almost got the sense that he was doing it on purpose to just give the impression that this is just this random guys just walked onto the pitch and he can't possibly be any good and opponents look thinking. Who is this guy and then twenty minutes later he's got two goals against them. So I think he's perfected that sleight of hand and is quite happy that people still think he's somehow know a good player and I think it takes you quite a bit of time and and different viewpoint to understand what it is yet she brings to the team and I tried to explain that my my biggest quality is maybe. The game without ball because in this time we had his game is all based on on movement on ideas on the interpretation of space as he wants himself, put it. So eloquently than my qualities to do to get in the right space to the right time. Maybe. Space Interpreter. But what does is so incredibly effective it's much easier to understand why successive bind coaches have founded absolutely necessary to make him keep playing a key position and also why successive coaches who haven't been able to see the beauty of mirrors game. F-. Often found themselves fired will speaking of that last season under Niko Kovac Thomas Miller spent a lot of time on the bench way is that I think you could call it just didn't understand what was the devil was doing for. Him Kovachev, slightly more reactive systems more defensive system. He often played with three midfielders and three attackers. So middle often found themselves very far away from goal. So you really losing the best attributes familiar plane in that position and eventually almost but I have of applies knows wide positions and if anything I will use them as a backup for the doc- through the middle is mistake was to say that to Miller you you're my backup option which didn't go down well. And because the results were bad because you know unhappy million addressing is not not a good thing. It all add it to the reasons he coach was eventually fired many. He mishandled Muna mishandled the team N.. Misunderstood I think the the real importance of murder which now has become apparent when small.
Trump, Biden Campaigns Unveil Bold New Mouth Sounds
"There's just four months left until the twenty twenty election and both Democrats and Republicans are ramping up messaging to make their case to the American public. Before November third while many have already chosen their preferred candidate in this especially polarized political landscape, there are still millions of undecided voters waiting for more information on each side's coughs, hard swallows, Lips Max, and throat clears here to discuss the mouth sounds at the forefront of each campaign is OPR. OPR political correspondent Dirk. Mullins, good morning. Dirk I leslie it sounds like both campaigns are beginning to ramp up ahead of this month conventions. That's right this week. The Joe Biden campaign released. The first of dozens of new mouth sounds they say constitute the backbone of the former vice presidents platform based on what we know from his recent interviews Democrats as a whole are eager for fresh new teeth, clatters and Boulder Saliva swishing take a listen. These are certainly new sounds from Biden. But I'm still hearing the broad Fleming us that makes them appealing to centrist Democrats as well as moderate Republicans. What about trump? Well, we're all familiar with President, trump's lowered wet displays of Brash burps, slobber and stuff to Sinus, rasps that have made him. So popular with his base and it looks like not much has changed for twenty twenty. So while the president is firing back against Biden, he's using the same inflammatory gurgles spit ups. We've come to expect here's trump speaking at a White House luncheon just two days ago. Certainly as wet, but the real question is, will it work for that? We'll have to wait until November right now. Biden, is leading trump in some key states and trump may need to soften his position on swirling coughed up snot around in his mouth if he wants to maintain his already tenuous hold on white suburban women, many of whom say Biden's overly moist inhales better aligned with their values, right. But our democratic leaders concerned that Biden's middle of the road mouth sounds could act as a double edged sword appealing to the middle while pushing away progressives who don't want more of the same that. That is a concern while Biden has a long history of neutral centrist mouth sounds his team hopes these new swishes and swallows will entice voters farther on the left who demand dryer sticky. Your mouth sounds and do progressively agree it appears so Bernie. Sanders, drew in huge numbers of young progressives who preferred his brand of spittle flecked tongue slaps and cracked lip wheezing. But with Bernie out of the race, now Biden's team is seeking to make space for these voters by taking on some of Bernie's mouth sounds just this week. The Biden campaign added this Fleming snort from burn himself to their website. You can really hear his lips parting, the sea ever drink water. It's unclear though he's publicly announced. He would be willing to drink water and Abidin Administration. Well, all I can say is I'm so sick of all these nasty sounds playing on my TV, I can't wait till this election is over share. But then before you know it, it's already time for the first mouth sounds twenty, twenty, four. Oh, boy, you're telling me. Thanks Turk. Dirk.
The fear of coronavirus is changing our psychology
"Syndrome psychologist nationwide report people having nightmares and struggling not just with uncertainty about now but with many jobs possibly never coming back struggling with fears about their future Dr Jennifer Hart seen as a child adolescent and family psychologist in New York City many of you have seen her on TV and she is a young who mental health contributor Dr Jay good to have you with us how are you I'm well thank you for having me we could do an hour about each and every item that we're going to go through here but let's start with something basic the idea that out of no where our assumptions about our lives our jobs and our safety are thrown in the chaos and how does that affect people it is gonna affect people in great ways you know I think there is safety in the numbers of us that are affected so it's very validating that we're all experiencing this together and at the same time we're all in a place of anxiety and nervousness and worry in a way we've never really been on this level so I think there's so much uncertainty and things changing so much day to day that everybody's just on edge and you don't have to have a diagnosable mental illness to be on edge all of us are experiencing in different ways people who have had the disease I guess a lot of other people think well they should be at ease but we know that people who have survived potentially fatal diseases conditions accidents whatever often suffer depression afterwards and are we seeing that yet you know I I don't know if we're seeing entirely and I think the truth is still it's too early to tell on some levels I think there's a lot of relief and then the worry comes back because just because I'm okay doesn't mean that my friends are gonna be okay or my families are gonna be okay are we still don't know whether or not there could be a recurrence of this we believe no we just don't know so I think the unknown still creates a sense of uncertainty and for many of us sadness and like what we are losing verses what's to come in because we we can't predict it we're just kind of floating in that emotional rollercoaster people react to all this so differently for you for psychologists they're working online now because you can't have somebody in the office we have zoom facetime Skype Google made it seems to work for many people but I would think for some it might just underscore that feeling of being separate and alone yes and I I think that that's a really important point you know one of the things that we're seeing is the level of isolation and for those of us who are in the field we are working virtually and and it's great but but not I don't think it takes the place of talent you know of in person relationships and doesn't take the place of being in my office and you being able to see the whole person not just kind of their chest in their head and and we're missing out on things like touch of other people which we know triggers oxytocin which is the feel good hormone and all of these really important things that that physical connection gives us we're lacking right now and that does add to that sense of worry and anxiety and depression if people are experiencing the psychology of those who may have been the transmitter of this disease to somebody they love how do we live with that especially if it proves fatal especially for people who may have taken chances not believing this was a serious as it turned out to be a financially just felt they had to go back to work and took chances how do you deal with that you know survivor's guilt is real right and and if I am someone who had it in them in advertising I don't think anybody's doing it on purpose you know I don't think this is a I knew I had this and I went and I infected other people and we know stories from years ago where those kinds of things did happen with sexually transmitted diseases and stuff I think that it because it's so silent and so a symptomatic for so many it can be such a silent moves and and we do have that guilt that comes with it so we have to check whether or not our guilt is reasonable and real and and kind of work through that first thousand we can say like I wasn't intentionally it means that I was doing the best I could and and work to kind of let go of any M. justify guilty maybe zero I mentioned at the beginning Dr John that you were a child adolescent and family psychologist we talk about adults a lot people don't talk about kids that much because they seem for the most part kind of sailing through this in terms of illness but no school can't have friends over no after school extracurricular activities mom and dad visibly worried about themselves and their jobs very worried about grandma and grandpa as far as we know how are the kids doing you know kids are are kind of pushing through and struggling I think that so many young people are losing their normal too right so they're seeing the worry in their houses there normally is no longer there they're not going to school depending on the age of them are they losing files store moments rituals that they would expect to be having this year so there's a lot of loss and grief for them as well and I think we need to cut them a little bit of slack they're learning how to do this new normal cold I'm cold and and and we all have to help them navigate it to anything for appearance it's a challenge because they're struggling with how do I work from home how do I make sure I keep my job how do I make sure my kids are doing their school work how do I make sure my kids are okay and all of us collectively kinda need to exhale and take a brash and recognize we're just doing the best we can and and be supportive of one another what we tell people in relationships because even people believe they have great relationships sometimes find them tested by the twenty four seven this of this and find that assumptions they had about what the other person likes doesn't like it's comfortable with all of that may not be quite what they imagine we are definitely learning more about our partners and family members that he may ever have wanted to know that is true I think you know and that could be a really good thing you know it could strengthen a lot of relationships it could help work through a lot of relationships I think we all need to give each other a pass at different times that any sort of argument you know we might have an argument over who's doing the dishes tonight and could it be about more than that right arm morbidity the illness are we all gonna be OK so there's so many multi layered issues going on at the same time and I think what we are seeing that's of concern is you know increases in domestic violence increases in child abuse and it's very important for people to know that resources do still exist even if shelters might be harder to get to your and to reach out to those resources when needed nightmares I'm hearing a lot of course this is anecdotal at this point is it's not that anybody's I've tried to do a study on this but a lot of people are having more nightmare stranger dreams a lot of the things that maybe we don't want to think about during our conscious ours are working themselves out at night it has consequences because a lot of people are not getting a normal good night's sleep especially since they're not exhausted by work but maybe exhausted more by psychological things are you hearing any of that I am in and and was just reading about this to that although we are home more and you'd think contentiously could get more rest because we don't have a long commute so we don't have those kinds of things we're not getting great and solid sleep so we're just feeling more on edge in to your plate we do kind of quiet our minds we lay down or not distracted so a lot of our anxiety comes down the second we can't get into that we have some racing thoughts and then anxiety comes out in our dreams all the time so kind of part of this I like to recommend for people who really get worried as are getting to that because it's the first time they're quiet is to take a couple minutes and kind of run through all the worry thoughts and you like there's not you know what can I do about any of these things right now if the answer is nothing do some meditative breathing and allow yourself to go to sleep and you know the rules are different if you're really tired in the middle of the day you can catch a fifteen minute cat nap then allow yourself that as well final thing is there something that people should be on the lookout for or something that may especially help people in these times that we should be hearing about I think that we use the term social distancing and it really just means physically and I think one of the most important things we have to look out for is loneliness and in isolation loneliness bikes and we know loneliness can be a huge trigger to anxiety and depression for many people so even though you cannot be close to people you need to be connected to people and I think that it's however you do that calling them using any sort of video conferencing whatever you know doing a drive by in a wave whatever it can be to make that connection in person really can be a protective factor for all of us do we really should call it physical this insing shouldn't waste social distancing probably the last thing we need right now exactly it's really the wrong terminology and we get what they mean but I think it it implies nothing you know not connecting when in fact this is the time connection matters more
Faith in Times of Plague - Luther
"This week we're going back to the year. Fifteen twenty seven and two Martin Luther. He of course is no stranger to us here on five minutes in Church history but he lived through a plague and even wrote about it. November fifteen twenty seven. Luther published a little pamphlet entitled whether one may flee from a deadly plague now. The plague he was talking about was the bhubaneshwar plague. This is the black deaf. I came to Europe in thirteen fifty and those few years right around thirteen fifty. It was so devastating to Europe and it took about a third of the population of Europe. The plague receipted but then it recurred really centuries later and one of those recurrences came to Pittsburgh in the summer of fifteen twenty seven by November. Luther decided to write this pamphlet whether one may flee from a deadly plague. It's full of all kinds of practical advice on how to respond. Luther even talks in here about the building of hospitals and how hospitals should be built in such a way as to protect the medical staff as they serve those who are suffering from plague the towards the end. He delivers a paragraph. I want to read that to you in full because I think there's a lot in there that we can learn from and we should be paying attention to as we learn from our good friend. Martin Luther he writes therefore I shall ask God mercifully to protect us. Well that's a great place to start. Let's Pray for God's Merciful Protection of us all then Luther says then I shall fumigate one point in this piece. He says I'll fumigate my house. Fumigate the yard fumigate the street now. I'm not sure what fumigating looked like in the sixteenth century but whatever it was luther was advocating for it. He goes on to say. I'll help purify the air. He says out administer medicine and take it. I shall avoid places and persons where my presence is not needed in order not to become contaminated and thus per chance in fact and pollute others and so caused their death as a result of my negligence. So there's luther offering very practical advice on how to respond to this taking medicine and so forth and being careful on fact we see Luther. They're practicing what we would call today social distancing right Luther goes on to say if God would wish to take me he will surely find me and I have done what he is expected of me and so I am not responsible for either my own death or the death of others if my neighbor needs me however I shall not avoid place or person but we'll go freely as stated above so there we see him again following the regulations but also recognizing that he needs to put love of neighbor first and then luther ends with this see this is such a God fearing faith because it is neither brash nor foolhardy and does not tempt God. Luther is outlining for us. What faith in God looks like in time of plague? He says it's not brash. It's not foolhardy. You know we do look right before. We crossed the street in my neighborhood. Street doesn't get much traffic But I still look when I cross it but if I were to cross a four lane highway and probably look a little bit more carefully and so we have to be extra careful. Maybe in these times as we exercise our faith that we not do it brashly or foolhardy way but nevertheless we realize that in these times of plague as luther is advising his congregation and advising us this pamphlet that has survived through the centuries that we are to trust in. God so there is Martin. Luther reminding us that in times of plague we trust in God. We pray mercifully for his protection and his protection for us all.
Dems go on attack at fiery Nevada debate
"Man so many things to take from this debate I would say though out of this season I don't know if this is the best debate I forget who it was that you read from the best of a jump yeah ever but but certainly if if it's up there on the books you know it's of of this political season it's the best so far no doubt but it makes you wonder what Bloomberg was thanking you know you look at the delegate count here for the primary they change the way the super delegates vote at the convention after twenty sixteen because you have these pre I'm essentially pre pledges by some of the super delegates going to Hillary and the day date so the Democratic Party changed that to where the super delegates won't vote unless there is a a second round or there's no doubt that what what the first round unless there is no doubt of a winner in other words Bernie would have to get nineteen hundred and ninety one or more of those delegates right now he's in the lead that's what we say burning but you go to Nate silver's forecast and it has him hundreds right now hundreds shy of that nineteen ninety one mark I'm it is a it is a very odd very odd position for the party to be on extremely extremely rare but you look at the idea of a brokered convention anybody believe Bloomberg's going to just drop out before super Tuesday that's not gonna happen we don't know for such an high on my vitamins good gains if if now where do you know he's blown he's got at least see how he does well it or Zachary even though you've done yet whether it was like laying down about walking away from the table you're not gonna do that until you spin the wheel but the the whole thing with with blackness is all right Bloomberg's following it let's say there's a falloff goes where you and I were discussing this during the break some of the go to burning and you made a good point that you know people get on the Bernie bandwagon because they see him as the winner okay I want to be somebody who is with the winner I'm or they go back to fighting do they go to boot a judge I think you'll probably see that support drop but it won't drop is zero four but before Bloomberg it's not gonna drop zero so he's still remains the spoiler going in this super Tuesday I was so I was just reading this was an article yesterday before the debate mauling Mollie Hemingway from the federalist dot com fox news contributor talking about this was not how the twenty twenty race was supposed to be the end talking about Bloomberg even if he can buy the democratic nomination he's not what their base voters want a talks about that you know what the establishment was trying to do and after looking at the options and all that the plan was to give Joe Biden president Obama's vice president the nomination the media did their part suppressing negative messaging about the seventy seven year old who has never won a presidential primary or caucus they pushed an impeachment designed to suppress president trump's numbers heading into the election year and instead it blew back of them gonna help trump and hurt the Democrats and when Bernie Sanders seemed poised to win Iowa they drastically limited news coverage about the caucuses and she actually references to the the actual research that was done leading up to Iowa and how as they got closer thinking burning was gonna win that the news coverage actually on the networks just drop the stories on the actual well I will call causes but Biden underperform their than under performed in New Hampshire coming in an embarrassing fifth place you may do better in Nevada and North Carolina but his path is looking more like a slog when but Biden faltered the media looked at others in the center left field Democrats have two lanes essentially the Bernie Sanders lane and the center left lane sometimes misnomer by liberal journalists as a moderately pain despite none of the candidates in that lane being politically moderate sure the establishment would take Amy Klobuchar or even put people to judge or Elizabeth Warren over Sanders but if they're being honest with themselves they're worried that those candidates don't have what it takes they spent years getting high on their own supply about Biden's strain and trump's weaknesses but now they're coming out of their narco haze and they're panicking they're so desperate that they're willing to sell the party nomination to Mike Bloomberg of all people while his views are at odds with many of the Democratic Party base voters it's hard to get more establishment than Bloomberg who made billions selling his terminals to Wall Street this week the establishment is really amping up its flirtation with the wi New Yorker the billionaire businessman has not won any votes yet and isn't even on the ballot in the next two states holding elections but he has won support of many of the major media figures The New York Times yesterday had eight stories about Bloomberg on the politics page of its website compared to zero nine for the delegate leader and young mayor but a judge that is not an accident last Sunday's political shows featured nonstop questions and commentary about Bloomberg not the current odds on favorite to win the most delegates Sanders up until and unless he crashes in the debate or underperforms on super Tuesday there's an argument to Bloomberg should be presumed to be the front runner because he is the establishment's clear favorite of the remaining contenders and in the Democratic Party the establishment support means a great deal Bloomberg is spending on herds of amounts of money to essentially purchased the nomination he has spent more than four hundred million dollars in advertising get this now compared to eighteen million for the next non billionaire candidate mmhm he's providing ridiculously fancy food spreads as voter events and he's hiring people and good salaries through November regardless of whether he wins the nomination or not it's unclear how many people are simply agreeing to be bought and how many think his wealth is his biggest comparative advantage for defeating trump perhaps it's a combination of both but even if the media and democratic establishment are more than willing to be bought off our Democrat voters that pathetic possibly but there is reason to think the voters won't be as cheap a date as their leaders are proving to be so there you go let's note that some analysts are already comparing him to trump himself apparently on account of them both being brash New York billionaires Bloomberg is to be sure far wealthier than nearly every other human being on the planet but trump has charisma a base of support built around his brand and an actual agenda that is coherent in easy to understand he took on the establishment wing of his own party and legitimately excited a base that was sick of not getting his way on illegal immigration analysts interventional ism and trade agreements they deemed unfair trump hits on issues GOP voters a lot of it he won most of the votes in twenty sixteen most of the delegates and has extremely strong support inside of his party Bloomberg lacks charisma has no base of support and his campaign messages Mike will get it done and our sisters to claim it says nothing of substance in fact it is similar to Hillary Clinton's self focused I'm with her slogan down rather you guys how to read parts of it yes okay she goes on and talks more of you know about it there but I've you know you you think about that today and so you wonder what the response will be from the establishment media today that was putting their hopes in in in Bloomberg it look it was a terrible performance yeah I was horrible by the optics alone I mean he just looked it looked angry he looked fully unprepared because he was fully unprepared he looked you you said earlier deer in the headlights totally on so many things it looks
Kirk Douglas, Towering Icon of Hollywood’s Golden Age, Dies at 103
"So that's from the nineteen sixty film Spartacus it's Kirk Douglas in one of the best known scenes of his long Hollywood career Kirk Douglas died yesterday at the remarkable age of a hundred and three throughout the fifties and sixties he embodied a certain romantic idea of Old World masculinity in his films he often made movies about cowboys and soldiers prize fighters and rebels his most famous movie was Spartacus but the movie that made him a Hollywood star with the nineteen forty nine boxing movie champion the person he was in real life often mirrored the tough man that he portrayed on screen Kirk Douglas had a difficult childhood he grew up in New York in extreme poverty he actually was a wrestler and spent time in the navy before his success on Broadway he later went on to make movies that now define the era of Hollywood classics in nineteen eighty one Kirk Douglas received the presidential medal of freedom and fifteen years later he earned an honorary Oscar for lifetime achievement Jason Gorder he's a movie critic and a big fan of Kirk Douglas is work and he's here to reflect on the actors impact on the film world to chase and thanks for being here my pleasure and honor to speak about this giant of talent what do you think when you think Kirk Douglas I think somebody that helped change what we think of of modern cinema frankly he's he bridge is very much the gap between sort of the traditional Hollywood leading man that's sort of you know the beautiful dimple in the middle of his chin the incredible physique a sort of sense that we had of the strong man the strong big actor but is also somebody that brought a great deal sensitivity to his character system the steps two wasn't simply a matinee idol who somebody that sort of brought through his performance a dramatic richness that would we'd be exhibited in many of his contemporaries people like Burt Lancaster but also into people like Marlon Brando who get celebrations and more but he also brought a very political a sophisticated political angle to his films he somebody that absolutely shifted the conversation but what it was like to be a performer not simply studio tool but somebody that could take charge of his own career and shift at and that's when the look of the great things that he did everything that we saw after the fact of of these performers that are able to shape their careers much more explicit way he was a pioneer on that front would you consider that is greatest contribution or what for you just it gleams above all the rest I mean for me my personal connection or to serve master pieces which are the films that he did with Kubrick puzzle glory was a film that nobody wanted to make nobody wanted to make this sort of anti war sophisticated look at World War one it was sort of it was a war that nobody was particularly interested in such a grisly film that about moral ambivalence that wasn't really to be taken up and he and his production company Brina named after his mother foster got the money together now a great deal the budget went towards him but nonetheless he gave a shot to this this quirky New York filmmaker called Stanley Kubrick an fifty seven nineteen sixty while he was doing Spartacus the other our grand collaboration there's another director and after a week Douglas realize this is not going to work and he brought in correct now that the dynamic between the two of them was a little tenuous but none the less he brought this to start the superstar director to one of the sort of last big epic Hollywood cast of thousands films and still injected with the with this real subtlety and real intelligence of performance and finally with Spartacus again the connection Douglas Trumbull is it was Kirk Douglas who unapologetically said this blacklisted armed writer is going to get credit actually John F. Kennedy cross the picket line in order to see Spartacus this is what broke the blacklist the famous arms those that were accused of being communists so in so many ways I Kirk Douglas of star power was used for good he was used to bring stories to screen that would have been brought otherwise he brought directors that otherwise Hollywood didn't think that were I'm sufficiently commercial and you brought to light the hypocrisy of actually bring these writers to to dream if for the if you only watch two forms of Kirk Douglas these are ones actually fully sober in you know a lot of people will be doing that tonight I want to play you a clip from almost thirty years ago no looking back I realize I was much more successful when I forgot about being a hit for years I proclaim loudly that a movie must be good entertainment no messages for me but I've changed it must in some small way touch improve humanity that was Kirk Douglas accepting a lifetime achievement award from the American film institute and you can hear that Douglas was ingesting this chiseled jaw line or a typical Hollywood celebrity of the era is like you say he was a man of principle and you're quite cranky I hear that a lot of people didn't get along with him but is that how he will be remembered do you think is a man of principle was incredibly philanthropic and and again his story is fascinating he has for his father was a smart the dealer a rag command in upstate New York came from nothing I'm dealt with severe anti semitism the sun changes name sort of inculcates himself into Hollywood as a sort of brash fully American leading man from that he saw the the division between high and low and he really took that film trophic spirit that's that moral spirit the moral conviction through his career what a hundred three is a long time to live but he lived a very very full life and I believe when he was getting at AFI award he had just been in a tragic helicopter accident then here he is again I'm coming to the fore because he was called his performance he was there to actually have the signs that he also had a stroke he's kind of had nine lives and his son Michael Douglas was watching all of this and he's an acting icon in his own right do you think that that what is it from Kirk Douglas that you see that Michael Douglas has it has in him I mean I've said the drive the conviction but of the the big deal is that once a problem OR one flew over the cuckoo's nest was a Kirk Douglas production he actually did the stage production he got the rights again he saw this very quirky very politically charged project his son would eventually produce the film in the Afghan Oscar glory because of that so so the the tradition certainly carries along with Michael Douglas but the I mean it's it's for for viewers who are not familiar with this film we just don't really have a Kirk Douglas anymore the system doesn't really work with that but we have certain people the Brad Pitt's of this world who are stars but also bringing in these films after their production so it's quite remarkable thank you so much Jason Jason is a film critic he joins us live in the studio to talk about the death of Hollywood actor Kirk Douglas who died yesterday at the age of a hundred
Kirk Douglas, legendary Hollywood tough guy, dead at 103
"News legendary actor Kirk Douglas Hollywood royalty has died he was a hundred and three the actor was from the golden years south how golly what he confirmed dead by his son also an actor Michael Douglas CBS's Kenneth great with the details Douglas was one of Hollywood's original tough guys famous for his dimpled chin and brash character I like to be she pointed away maybe everybody does his distinctive voice and health which presents type cast him for many a macho role Douglas also lent his skills to more emotional characters beginning with one of his most famous roles the champion again the Kirk Douglas dead at the age of a hundred and
"Pharma Bro" Shkreli charged with price-fixing
"The Federal Trade Commission is suing former pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli for defrauding investors he's the man who became famous as the farm a bro for his brash attitude after raising the prices of daraprim by five thousand percent the F. T. C. alleges that squealing and his co owner had a scheme to block generics from entering the market after they hiked the price they're prim treats a rare and possibly fatal parasitic
The Rise of Portuguese Gastronomy in Britain
"Opening of the Hawaiian Bar Restaurant Bar Dole rowing London. Three years ago was a milestone for Portuguese greasy and in the British capital both critics and the public loves to the place and also Monaco showed its approval by including Doro in our fifty best restaurants list now. The success story continues us the founder Max Graham and his team prepared to open their second and location. This timing London cece waterbed as I'm then to look back at the past three years to talk about the new location and the revival of Portuguese. Food Food in Brayson Max. Graham joins me here Madari House Studio One Abbey early. I actually opened a pop restaurant back in two thousand fourteen in in Greek street. I was walking my family business. which is Churchill's put company that makes wine imports in the valley? So the d'oro has always been very much in my blood in my upbringing childhoods but really walking for Churchill's when I opened the pool house which was really focused. It was more of a marketing stunt than anything else that was a pup restaurants pop up wind pool bar and we showcase folio of wines and ports in some very very simple produce driven sharing boards and yet during that period. I think I started eating out in London particularly in the Soho area and I just realized that Portuguese foods was very badly represented. I mean a lots of Portuguese restaurants in Stockwell and I absolutely love those restaurants but there are different Soda Portuguese restaurant and you know I was really at the time. I'm loving bar. Fina unloving Morita on these concepts. That were really showcasing. Spanish cuisine in such a contemporary outwards. Outwards way I'm really engaging with Londoners. I'm getting them excited about gastronomy from abroad and I just felt. Portugal wasn't doing that in in London at the time. So you decided to fix that. Yeah I mean I. I started the process of putting together. Ideas Footballer on that culminated in the the opening in two thousand sixteen in between then others opened up some Portuguese restaurants. Nunu Open Tabatha and you know a few years ago. It was great that was about three three of US laundry. No Tobacco really pushing Portuguese food and of course like I said. There's lots of restaurants in stockwell London that really lead. You backed Portugal Assad way which is a sort of nostalgic way. I think it's interesting that you mentioned that before. You launched Bhadra you. You felt that Portuguese food wasn't particularly well represented in London for example. What do you think that was? I don't know maybe London wasn't ready when I was much younger. That was a restaurant on the Kings road called Tuba. It was a Portuguese restaurant. And you know they were showcasing Portuguese food and I don't think think it just didn't engage with London's at the time you know this was about fifteen years ago and I just think potentially Londoners the appetites it's for new experiences. New Cuisines has just snowballed and London just hungry for new concepts particularly when they're showcasing acing cuisines that are less represented. I think that comes in tandem with the fact that Portugal has just been having such a surge in tourism such exposure over the last five years. I mean Portugal. Now the past five years it's just a completely different country. I mean when I grew up importer. It's just so far away from what it is. Today I think in Portugal there is such a wealth of culinary Marie on wine tradition. And I think that these experiences already being heightened and I just think London it is now more than ever probably quite excited to engage with Puccio before we talk about your second restaurants. You're about to launch. Let's still talk about well. Well the first module has been like how strong of a vision. Did you have in regards to the menu as you mentioned you. Spent your childhood impose import. So did you have very strong. Opinions on wall belongs to the menu. And what doesn't so. We actually run a pop up in Puto for the summer for two months with my head chef at the time and we really use thoughts time to brainstorm ideas to travel around you you know. I'm I grew up in the north of Portugal so I'm very familiar with the northern cuisine. But what's so special about Portugal. I'm what's been so special about. The last three is building Baltar is really engaging and learning about those other regions which also rich in culinary and gastronomy but yeah at the time that would favorites from childhood's that were also dishes that we thought had identity which was very reimposed since a lot of the Times a small plates Portuguese concept. You know that's not really traditional. You have petit scores which are sort of small plates. It's butts traditionally wouldn't eat like that in Portugal. It's more about largest sharing dishes and so so you know I was conscious that I didn't want it to just mimic another Spanish tapas restaurant. I really wanted those decisions. And those menu items to speak the identity of Portugal's Strana me which is very much Atlantic driven and you've done a good job. Let's remember that was just a couple of years ago when we ranked as one of the world's what's best restaurants here US monocle very very generous and wonderful knowledge. You're very welcome now. You're opening your your second restaurant in the city. How much could you tell us about that? How different or how simulates the second body raccoons be compared to the first one so I think at London Bridge we? He was slightly limited in a way. By what we wanted to keep the menu short to the point we rotated every every season. There are some dishes that just don't move because they become so popular. That can actually sometimes be quite limiting when you wanting to show off a another hundred dishes that you've come across crossing excited about. I think that's really what the policier in Hof has been. What's been great about that is that we have just really been exploring? During Portugal's different regions different Tad was different recipes. Different Cultures and I think that our menu in the city just gives us a really great opportunity to scratch a little bit deeper about what Portuguese food is. What are those star dishes? By the way that are very much in demand. People may find from both restaurants. Well I think the Buccleuch Bras is one that has been a bit of a heritage buckle. Er Brash is shoestring potatoes very very thin chips which is gently scrambled with eggs and the so-called which we rehydrate for forty eight hours Solved with some olives lovely dish it should be very creamy and it's it's a real comfort food dish and I hope that that will be something that people enjoy in the city as much as they have done in London Bridge. But we're also taking some really exciting new dishes working on this lovely ill dish from the IRA Rawda which will be Friday deals with a Byron source which is really traditionally used on suckling pig. So it's a a white pepper black pepper golic source but it's great on the Friday deals as well how much you still have to be discovered from Portugal. Something the world hasn't quite goes familiar with yet. Every time I go home I think the world has discovered it even more so than the last time. It's just every time there's more people. It's a great points at the alignment with this buzzer tourism but also the locals really embracing the tourism. I think as more and more people go to Portugal. It also drives the experimentation of the chefs impeachable. So there's a wealth of traditional food as a starting point. You've got this book which is all a Bible. Maria alluded Vest who literally has written down all of Portugal's star dishes but then you've also got this generation of chefs Jeffs that went away from Portugal. Who have started coming back on bringing with them? A huge amounts of technical expertise on the taking these very traditional recipes on expanding Portuguese food is expanding those boundaries and considering how reached the Portuguese culinary culture. Do you think there are many dishes and many ingredients. The world has been discovered yet. Something you struggled to find from outside of Portugal I think Portuguese food is obviously hugely driven by the Atlantic. One thing that is very very hard to compete with even though we're in Ireland is the rich miss of produce on fish that you got on the coast of Portugal. You got wonderful. CARBONARA is down in the all. Gov You get incredible perception. which is a goose? Bonna cool on the north coast particularly something like Incredibly Hard Oughta find elsewhere. Something I'd love to put on our menu but it's just one of these ingredients. That's better left for Portugal and better enjoyed when you go visit. I mean there's a lot of dishes that we thought about putting on which would definitely challenge. I think people's perceptions but I mean you've could be the which is made with chicken's blood and you know and there's a lot of tripe and offal dishes in the north of Portugal which I think maybe will hold off from on the next restaurant where probably gonNA play a little bit more safe than that but maybe As a special once in a while maybe one day as we mentioned already. You're just about to open. Open your sick and restaurants in the city. What about after that? Do you have any longer term plans. Walt may happen after that. Yeah I mean. We now imports about fifty percents of all winus. Direct from Boutique produces in Portugal. One thing I've really liked to develop more of a wine shop Pango and also we bring in a lot of cheeses and shall coutries would love to develop a mercer which is a deadly concept. I mean the sky's the limit. You've got punch bakeries. which would be great to get involved in but Baldur in its core concept I think I think it definitely has potential insult to grow to one team or sites off to this Max Graham Phone Giraffe Bar Douro and the new restaurant in London's broad gate opens later eighty two this month
Brash Uber co-founder Kalanick leaves board
"The co founder of uber is severing ties with the ride hailing companies Travis Kalanick is resigning from movers board of directors he recently sold more than two and a half billion dollars worth of overstock Kalanick co founded the company a decade ago when it quickly took off with the company mired in a variety of lawsuits Kalanick was ousted as CEO in twenty seventeen CBS news correspondent but
Brash Uber co-founder Kalanick leaves board to focus on industrial kitchens
"And uber co founder and former CEO is cutting one of his last ties with the company Travis Kalanick is stepping down from the uber board of directors next week the same board that ousted him from the CEO position two years ago two two scandals for the past year Kalanick has focused his attention on a start up called cloud kitchens it offers kitchens to restaurants that need more space to fill delivery
An Insider's Guide to Dining in Zurich
"The vice arose is a classic serving everyone from members of the many nearby guilds to Zurich Zurich Chemistry professors or Fintech Gurus. The wine list is small and mostly Swiss and the snacks include cubes of Luscious. CELEBRI- hard cheese. I think a more complex Parmesan along with air dried meats delitzsch. Sometimes the area will inspire you to sample from further abroad or to cook at at home in the bellevue post of the fines. Erc Department Store Globus can cater to both. It has an extensive food hall below ground with things from all over the globe and a wide range of prepared food at street level. Should you have forgotten your frying pan upstairs. You can get the finest in Coon Rico or other. Swiss made kitchenware. The Bellevue area feels timeless. But it has evolved with the city rising and falling with the rest of the city's fortunes the troubled nineteen seventies indies spotted by drug use and urban. Desolation flowed into the improvements that followed in the decades. The area improved greatly in two thousand fourteen sexy. Loton plots opened giving Zurich a large town square for all of its Eric is deeply traditional. It embraces change in pop up restaurants take all forms sexy. Lowington plots is the site of one of the city's best and biggest Christmas markets which is stylish and not your same same old smelly rotting wood trot around that so many cities seem to call their Christmas festive areas. Well constructed the Zurich market has has classic fondue chalets along with more global options. Because you simply cannot eat fondue all. December and expect to ski in the New Year again. Dan It keys into that up to date up to snuff timelessness. That makes the city special finally to come back around to Cronin Hala. The restaurant and Inbar are all would warm lighting and fine art. The drinks are cold. The men and women are smartly. Attired and you have the feeling you can settle in for the evening. AH The place overpowers. Even the most brash tourists. Quieting everything to a congenial chat level. Not The tinkling. China stiffness deafness but this is also no boisterous beer hall but the best part of Cronin Hala the food as it should be and as it must be some favorites. It's Zurich Kushner consulates. which are strips of veal with mushrooms and cream sauce served with a perfectly fried? Rushdie potato pancake or a beautifully pink in the Middle Entre coat. And then there's the Schnitzel which is definitely good enough for the gods and it is all served. The way heavy food should should be maybe the way everything should be in two servings by servers who have the perfect touch and this is classic Switzerland. You're served from a rolling cart. Your Meat Veg and starch. Lovingly presented in their own little pans consume your first portion leisurely. When you're we're ready you will be served. The second half kept it the ideal temperature just for you. Cronin Hala is indeed an institution and along with the rest stood bellevue. It is part of what makes eating Zurich Great
"brash" Discussed on KCRW
"Brash style is what is voters want to see it's not the same watch maybe see the use so I think it is helpful to our district that our congressman is sharp enough to recognize that what worked in the past isn't going to work in the future Jordan's hometown as part of the jury mentor districts sprawling from far western Ohio to the outskirts of Cleveland nearly a hundred fifty miles northeast is solidly Republican offering Jim Jordan some latitude staking out political positions and defending the president the American people see through all this they understand the facts support the president they understand this process is unfair and they see through the whole darn sham he's become a fixture in the impeachment hearings Joss said glaring over the top of his glasses to grill witnesses that take no prisoners style was on full display last week as interrogated ambassador bill Taylor you did listen on president trump's golf has less he's call I did not you never talk to staff already I never did never met the president that's correct yeah three meetings again was let's get it didn't come up and two of those they'd never heard about as far as I know although Jordan is often associated with the tea party he was elected to Congress a few years earlier he helped establish the freedom caucus which was able to turn a handful of strident conservative voices into a potent political check on GOP leadership in the house but has a political scientist Paul back notes the congressmen's legislative accomplishments are limited he says in Congress there are work courses and show horses and he has been more a show horse he he indeed has authored legislation but I think he really is seen not as much a policy person as a very articulate and passionate spokesperson for the most conservative part of the Republican Party as an outspoken conservative Jordan does have his detractors here back at the cafe William hoc finds his embrace of president trump and aggressive style.
"brash" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Says Jordan's brash style is what is voters want to see it's not the same Washington DC the used so I think it is helpful to our district that our congressman is sharp enough to recognize that what worked in the past isn't going to work in the future Jordan's hometown as part of the jury mentor districts sprawling from far western Ohio to the outskirts of Cleveland nearly a hundred fifty miles northeast is solidly Republican offering Jim Jordan some latitude staking out political positions and defending the president the American people see through all this they understand the facts support the president they understand this process is unfair and they see through the whole darn sham he's become a fixture in the impeachment hearings Joss said glaring over the top of his glasses to grill witnesses that take no prisoners style was on full display last week as he interrogated ambassador bill Taylor you did listen on president trump's golf has less he's call I did not you never talk to staff already I never did never met the president that's correct at three meetings again was let's get it didn't come up and two of those they'd never heard about as far as I know although Jordan is often associated with the tea party he was elected to Congress a few years earlier he helped establish the freedom caucus which was able to turn a handful of strident conservative voices into a potent political check on GOP leadership in the house but has a political scientist Paul back notes the congressmen's legislative accomplishments are limited he says in Congress there are work courses and show horses and he has been more a show horse he he indeed has authored legislation but I think he really is seen not as much a policy person as a very articulate and passionate spokesperson for the most conservative part of the Republican Party as an outspoken conservative Jordan does have his detractors here like a cafe William hoc finds his embrace of president trump and aggressive style.
"brash" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
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"brash" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Brash in Downey, this is on the one five that's on the one oh five westbound side of paramount boulevard. A crash blocking the right lane. It's gonna be slow back to bellflower boulevard. A little bit of slowing in mid city on the ten eastbound side from western avenue over the one tenth and in downtown LA, the one ten north this slow from the fifth street up to the one on one. If you're in the Hollywood area, the one zero one southbound is slow from narrows avenue down to the one ten northbound satis low from Alameda up to echo park KFI in the sky helps get you there faster. I'm David Benson. Lots of rain forecast next. Twenty eight years ago. I had my plan was to remain a kid forever sorta like Peter Pan with me, I was leaning on the counter air conditioning, supplyhouse when the room went dead silent. And all the lights went out except for one night. Bright spotlight shine down from heaven on a woman. I'd never seen before she didn't see me. But I saw her because that Bryce spotlight followed her wherever she went. Angels. Singing, I promise I'm not making this up. Walk back into her office sign above the dourson credit manager, and when she closed that door the spotlight disappeared. The angels were gone. Her name was Wendy. I got rid of the mullet every day for one year. I was at that supply house at six thirty AM. So I say good morning to Wendy. Twenty eight years later that spotlight still follows her wherever she goes. And the angels never quit sing I love. You Wendy getaway? Air conditioning is contractor license number one zero four seven seven eight one happy Valentine's Day, Wendy..
"brash" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist
"Nothing brash bald-faced blasphemy. Everything find it extremely hard to imagine. Open your eyes. Quite all right to be an atheist Costas growing groupie in the country has been measured as being those who have no belief atheists. You don't have to be apologetic quiet about us opposition. You see religion on one hundred fronts losing the argument and start thinking. This is the thinking atheist worldwide. I am going to Florida in just a few days getting a chance to do some tour stops down south. I am so excited. Every time we go to Florida, just fun great audiences. We have a great time. I've got some very cool material that just fun. Everybody's going to have a great time. I will be in Fort Myers Florida Friday night, the ninth of November. I'll be in Clearwater the next day on Saturday. The tent and then Sunday November the eleventh at one o'clock in the afternoon. I'll be speaking in Orlando. And so all the details for all these events are on my website. I hope I get a chance to see you in meet you there just go to Seth Andrews dot net. And then click on the speaking tab, and all the info is right there. And I'll see in Florida here in just a few weeks. I'm recording today from kind of a makeshift studio, my studio computers been kind of hanging up those who've been watching my twitch gaming streams and been watching the. Tube livestream have noticed Caisley. They'll be a hang up the entire system just freezes. And so even though the hardware had all checked out. We'd gone through drivers we'd gone through software. We try to reinstall we try to all the stuff with tech support. And after several days the entire computer just essentially went bye bye. I mean just gone now I'm backed up. It's all good. I'm prepared for any eventuality. But as they fulfil the warranty requirements, and we're going through all that right now, I'm using my laptop, and you've sort of rigged everything here. So hopefully, it sounds okay. But I appreciate your listening. Anyway, the show today is the speech I gave last month in Minneapolis Minnesota. It was hosted by Minnesota, eight theorists. Want an amazing day? That was we like two hundred people come out just to full house with a wonderful crowd. I was asked by the organization to talk about my own story..
"brash" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"The brash head of tesla the pay millions of dollars to the government to settle a lawsuit and police are investigating a bullying incident at Lancaster high school. Jim Rondo has the stories was traffic and weather together every ten minutes. Five Atra CBS news at five. CBS news on the hour, presented by theraworx relief. I'm Sam Litzinger. President Trump says he hopes the new FBI investigation will clear Brett capital, and his supreme court nominee will be confirmed. Mr. Trump's holding a rally in West Virginia, the entire nation has witnessed the shameless conduct of the democrat party. They're willing to throw away every standard of decency. Justice fairness and due process to get their way. In addition to claims made by Christina Blasi for the FBI will look into allegations made by one of Kavanagh's classmates at Yale who says he exposed himself to her at a party Yulon. Mosque is stepping down as chairman of the board of tesla. And he and his company will pay a total of forty million dollars in fines to settle a government lawsuit, alleging he duped investors with misleading statements. He neither confirms nor denies that business. Professor Erik Gordon of university of Michigan says, tesla investors may be okay with this deal. It's good news for Tesla's investors because it takes away some of the uncertainty, and it'll take away some of the will be distracted factor. And it's a relatively light settlement. The amount of money is to pick him out to me, but it's not a big amount to tesla. And it's not a big amount to musk musk gets to stay on a CEO. Oh, but his firm has to hire an independent chairman to oversee it. Nami triggered by an earthquake has left a path of devastation in central Indonesia sweeping away buildings and cutting off communities officials say nearly four hundred people were killed in one city alone. The number of fatalities is expected to rise once rescuers reached surrounding coastal areas. North Korea's foreign minister tells the United Nations his country will not give up its nuclear weapons. I and he wants to see the US make concessions CBS news foreign affairs analyst, Pamela Falk no-one, including President Trump thought that an agreement with North Korea would be easy, but the demand that the US reciprocate with a financial.
"brash" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"Terry brash all you got nine hall of famers. You pay all of them, but they don't understand because they had no chance that free agency. You could have been four time first team all pro and five pro bowls. They say, okay, we'll give you a ten thousand dollar rate. You either accept it or you sit at home or you're out now. Got like, nah, Nope, Nope, no, I'm going somewhere else. They have free agency. And so the owner guy the old time, it's they have a hard time coming looking at the rules in the way they are now because their free agency and guys like they don't show us loyalty. They'll trade us in a minute and say business, we're trying to win. So the players are now saying, well, I'm going, I'm trying to win. I can't win here, but I can win over there. Kevin Durant says, I can't win. Okay, see, win. Golden State be like dude, they were seventy three. You had them down. Who knows if Kevin. Beats them. Hold onto that three one leaves give and they go. Does Kevin make that move there? Even if they lose the Cleveland? Does it make that move? 'cause I know they win. He's not making that. He's not so that that changed a lot of Golden State losing change the balance of the NBA because I'm not so sure had Kevin. First of all, the cabinet had beaten them when they had three one in the Western Conference. I don't know of Kevin lead and definitely go to state win this Kevin Steele come because how how did they say? Well, can't we need you if you want? How do you know? How do you? How do you can be at leave? You can convince them. Now he tells us that we had three one that we couldn't hold him down at least you Katie Katie, bro. We need you worse than ever now we need you bad, but if you win the title Katie, we need maybe if a, what? You just one seventy three games started the season twenty four note that is true. So did Kevin Durant go along for the ride and Golden State. He's rabbit. He's Dr. Now he's the best player on that tab for Lulu. Okay. So I think freighters being old little rough on distance. It's like a superficial point. Well, you're, you're out, you're disqualified right from being a top ten twenty all time player, right? But you gotta let the way the game in all sports. You know, old guys, all sports, man, the way we played it. That's not how we did it. Well, that's that's how they do it. Now time and people evolved, there's free agency. So Alice, we've been having a really pleasant agreeable conversation here, and I'm about to turn it on its head waiting for this. Way too. There was one other line that wall Frazier just kind of threw in that Kevin will probably gas LeBron rob on early. Yeah, probably has the best player. I think he already did that. I don't think I know they'll do that. Will will. He did the back to back files MVP I think, see what wanted to go there, but because he's already disqualified cabinet, can't even give him today. If everybody that comes here, they keep telling you Brian, everybody. How. Sindbad wearing a witness, sweat shirt. What am I supposed to do with been bad withdrew all tournament team had a witness shirt, oh, door short. Had a data. Yeah, rebounds Healy, all tournament. He has everybody go, well, he plays in everything. Stop now. You know, I'm not gonna stay. I just think he is seven feet taller this year. Our team Kevin Durant. Abroad is in the world who is that On ball. in the barber shop, business partner, their partners on that show there is that can you do, sir. He's all sold out to keep your friends close and enemies close Ron snaked him. Abroad Kedah bad player. He knew it bowl years ago. He'd that would Draymond said there's a lot dream on told it on TV. They should just let dre mongo. Where this, he's disqualified, what? Well, he wants to be on team LeBron for telling the truth, what troops? He told the truth in the broadens the bass player. He has to tell the truth, this LeBron show and he's invested in it, don't do that. He has to say, what had a man? The man of teammate has not believe so. Hey. Are you saying you lie?.
"brash" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Brash said now here stick out pretty kiss often don't lacking just listen after you will be you will be bring the trey skill so wicked you be going to to keep me in this game st individual that's crack is safe critical condition is residents to class clip the patches dipper duct tape around that grill that's how sticky perform karate hollow points flatlined shoebox.
"brash" Discussed on Throwing Shade
"Yell students student sarah brash who called the cops on a napping black grad student who and then it turns out she did this to another fucking black student also it gale also grad student as not okay to call the police because you're you're racist no you cannot use the fucking police as a weapon against people that you don't that you don't what you don't recognize you see yeah it's it's so crazy treating it like a fucking concierge services so it's outside of the fact that it's absolutely what do you owe that the police like there to do your is your door man well the thing is is like did you don't know what you're getting when you call the police so like outside of the fact that being absolutely racist and cruel to do period to anybody who's just living their fucking lives get allie berry every time when you call the police when i call the police she's always the call what you call and she's she's answering the punch she works the schwartz no that never saw the movie the documentary about how she runs the police called the call the documentary i've ever seen her on his the covergirl documentary no pushy just puts make up on no that that's one documentary that this other documentary was about how she saves the little miss sunshine from being kidnapped oh curly that what led he plays curly soon no so it's just another curly haired like i don't think younger oh the curly sue lady curly sue did but little miss sunshine didn't she didn't have curly hair no she didn't tap dance and she wasn't in a music video all different questions.
"brash" Discussed on KQED Radio
"We try to do it really quickly you know so since the release of his first album the college dropout in two thousand and four everyone knew he was really good at this stuff but he already came out of the gate with kind of reputation is being braggadocious and kinda brash but he really kind of became this darker character in the culture after he crashed the stage at the vm as on mtv in two thousand and nine interrupted taylor swift when she won her ward i'm really happy for you i'll let you finish but the one of the best videos of all time but there were some other things that lead people to really question his mental health in the last few years he released an album until two thousand sixteen called the life of pablo unfinished then he had a tour for the same album and in november twenty sixteen had to cancel the tour there was a lawsuit over it and it was set in the lawsuit that he was facing quote serious debilitating medical conditions then he popped up he showed up at trump tower it was just after he had been released from a psychiatric hospital so if you were a believer in canada you were kind of worried about him okay you were obviously true believer that all over but connie as a brand maybe this is just a way of capitalizing on his brand i know i sound little jaded but he's getting all this attention now we're all falling into his lap you know i can see it as that but it's not focused enough for me to say that it's actu really that intentional i think it's not national i think just having a good week and i think with a lot of people have seen him through the lens of popular culture as inherently broken but as someone much smarter than me once said even a broken clock is right twice a day and some of these tweets are just right and i think if i can find some time to celebrate someone finding a bit of happiness even if it's kinda west i'll take it sam sanders he's the host of npr's it's been a minute podcast where he catches listeners up on the news and culture of.
"brash" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"No try to do it really quickly you know so since the release of his first album the college dropout in two thousand and four everyone knew he was really good at this stuff but he already came out of the gate with kind of reputation is being braggadocious encounter brash but he really kind of became this darker character in the culture after he crashed the stage at the vm as on mtv in two thousand nine interrupted taylor swift when she won her award i'm really happy for you i'll let you finish to have one of the best videos of all time but there were some other things that lead people to really question his mental health in the last few years he released an album in two thousand sixteen called the life of pablo unfinished then he had a tour for the same album and in november two thousand sixteen had to cancel the tour there was a lawsuit over it and it was set in the lawsuit that he was facing quote serious debilitating medical conditions then he popped up he showed up at trump tower it was just after he had been released from a psychiatric hospital so if you were a believer in canada you were kind of worried about him okay you are obviously a true believer that all over but connie as a brand maybe this is just a way of capitalizing on his brand we're all falling into his lap you know i can see it as that but it's not focused enough for me to say that it's actually that intentional i think not i think just having a good week and i think with conway a lot of people have seen him through the lens of popular culture as inherently broken but as someone much smarter than me once said even a broken clock is right twice a day and some of these tweets are just right and i think if i can find some time to celebrate someone finding a bit of happiness even kinda west i'll take it sam sanders he's the host of npr's it's been a minute podcast where he catches listeners up on the news and culture of the week and i guess this week you guys are obviously gonna talk about we'll talk about all the news that's fit to talk about but also it is a very special themed episodes thanks so much thanks elsa.
"brash" Discussed on Super Station 101
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"brash" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Lisa sieben and don brash are here from awesome first of all lisa tell me what is awesome well we started in nineteen seventyone so we've been around since the beginning of time basically we support our goal is to support individuals and minnesota and their families that are living with autism so we have all kinds of wonderful opportunities we have camps we have a chime in here don workshops we have a wonderful conference that don's going to talk about we do lots of support with events where you know let's times you know we do an event at a public place because sometimes our kids have a really difficult time being there and if we know that a family other families are going to be there it makes it just all the all the better exactly exactly komo's zoo valley fair has had us out there's just lots and lots and lots of skies zone is a really great place that does some sensory friendly things for us so we do a lot at that could be that's overwhelming for me when i walk it is we do a lot with employers and we also do a lot with first responders paramedics police officers it's one of our best biggest pushes right now because as lisa said earlier this bubble of her kids who were diagnosed early that are growing don't necessarily know how to respond in an emergency or what to say or lose their voice and don't know how to respond or what to do so we are really big right now in training our first responders hana respond how to identify not diagnosed but identify what autism might look like or what they might be dealing with the how to be effective and especially if kids hide you know if you're like like we just had that fire with the little girl had we had a fire at our house.
"brash" Discussed on V103
"Me me i urge you with the best throw three thousand the brash throw so you're those legal slow the not a well we gold rao through the porgy then we go down down baby maybe yes the we as view uh the uh we saw now yarze day god ways nine nice the yeah the the yeah ooh.
"brash" Discussed on KOMO
"Printing brash europe publisher now you do eighty eight you don't need the printing brash everybody has a phone is a publisher result is where overwhelmed with information this is for the most part of good thing but it is also something that we have to be aware of what's going on because everything that pops up on the web now is not been vacated in the way the news consumers your generally used to getting their news i mean she bs we don't publish something or we don't broadcast something endlessly check it out and live determined we think it's true well sad to say a lot of what you're getting on the internet does not go through that betting prussia it may be true it may not big joe or it may be somewhere in between and that's where the problem is right now what about people who say more information is better and the political figure out what's true or not you as a journalist ice i think they have a hard time figure that out well i think you're exactly right agent because there's anything wrong with them or anything they're just so overwhelmed with it and you know we stories propping up now that are wrong by design there there are people who are making monsieur there are people who are trying to put propaganda opearation age we all news and so just kind of tarnish short all of that out that's where the problem is right now number one we all have to remember never depend on one shot i wish to get your news depend on at least two or a variety of sources and then make up your mind after that from the journalism sort of this equation this instant news is always wanted to know the rapid pace that makes it much harder to cover stories well it surely does were dealing with all of this now and we're dealing with it it warp speed mark twain i think it was you said that eliakim travel around the world before the crude can't get it japan sean and we're dealing with just that very situation now a and even each traveling much faster than it did mark toy jr day obviously bob are you trouble by the fact that some people don't realize at facebook and twitter or not journal was there not news sources are just conduits.
"brash" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"Brash owners of the fighters themselves but as flamboyant as the main event fighters can be it was one of the fighters on the undercard that stole the show and the social media buzz earlier in the evening before the final undercard match of the night 22yearold fighter dra bontate davis made his grand entrance to the rain looking a lot like cookie monster wore grover from cessna streeter about each roller a smurfs pretty much anything that's cartoonish in blue people across the internet could not take their eyes off of davis's furry hood things get even more ridiculous after davis entered the ring and people realized he was also wearing furry shorts all that fuzzy side davis they put on a good show when he won the match with a knockout punch here's hoping his boxing career brings in as much fime as his pants in hoodie did if you wear in that you better win yet yes yes you up to a fight in a furry hood and furry shorts and lose yeah or career is done yemen and then i guess it was a a theme throughout the night and mayweather came out in that kind of hoyda with a mass the covered up his face in a and everybody was that was put down will show i was a night but my my son who went to of a friend's house to watch the fight was texting me updates yeah you'll late after i got home saturday it for the giants game yup so he had predicted that of mcgregor would win in three rounds it would be a three round knockout lau so i suggested to him that is why the drinking ages twenty one and you should not be drinking it your age of sixteen ios you go getting he wasn't drinking yes yes yes as my that was like them that was brash grass addiction lawmaker held as omo israeli diplomat easily deny that you're trying to go out on a limb yes everybody else was in hollywood accession time hot take sports odds eight but i love that about just the guts oh yeah of mcgregor oh yeah outside your sport to go get somebody like mayweather no less status that's that's impressive and hold his own right they can make thirteen minutes out in front of the hour.