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"briana" Discussed on Astrology Bytes with Theresa Reed
"We're talking about astrology for children. And i have a special guest my good friend brianna saucy the author of star child. Welcome welcome brianna. Thank you so much for having me to reset. It is great to be here. I love astrology bites..
Japanese Man Almost 'Strokes' Himself to Death
"In japan has stroked himself while stroking himself in the worst olympic event. Nobody asked for this fifty one year. Old man is being reported as having masturbated himself into a stroke jobs gelman. Have you been following this story. I have involving this story. This man was masturbating around three times a day and no judgement here but who has the time and he. He had a stroke. It's almost like a very frequently fatal condition and he survived and the french call the moment after an orgasm lepetit more right the small death and this guy almost got the whole thing. which is. He's japanese but spiritually very french. Every orgasm is just the tip of he's described in in the news reports as being an unnamed right handed man and how much masturbating you have to do for someone to look at you. And i don't know your name but i'm sure you're right handed. That is enormous. It looks like a giant foam finger. You'd get at a basketball game. The thing about this is that he masturbated frequently enough. He masturbated several times. It's entirely possible that the stroke just happened and when he went in emergency. He didn't need to mention the mets to. I'll go this far. I think the masturbation might have been what shook it. Loose the blood clot. I think he could have saved his life. He's used to like expelling. I think he his body was used in top flow form of all fluids after a very different reaction to the story to bite view because my reaction was. Oh so. I guess we can't do anything. Edible too much alcohol. It's good you don't have to watch coffee chocolate. And now is like the one pleasure. My goal we had left as human beings has been compromised. Is he going. Turn out looking at pictures. Of briana and channing. Tatum gives you diabetes.
Briana of Black Queer Travel Guide, Fringe of Colour Films
"Thanks so much for joining us today. Can you please tell us your name or your from your current location and the name of your business i wanted. My name's brianna forgot her from washington. Dc currently based in edinburgh risk auckland's or the united kingdom depending on who you're asking and i am the grand development manager for the black rear travel guide am also the creative director of festival fringe of color films which is an alternative arts festival for black people and people of color internationally. Sometimes i'm not always also. Sometimes i should say most also the co director of an organization called. We are here. Scotland is a community interest company that supports black people people of color indigenous folk in the arts and creative industries across scotland. So many hats talk to me please. About growing up in the united states of america. I believe you in the dc area. I'm not sure if you had an awareness of age of seven that you had anxiety but like talk about all of that also don't know when you started to experience chronic pain like tell us your story gave us the tea please. Yeah so. I grew up in washington d. c. born to an african american family that basically migrated up north During the great migration of a lot of black families from the south and basically that side of the family was based in and around the washington. Dc area the Metropolitan area the dmv. I still family in north carolina and on my dad's side of the family. I m first generation begajah which is my last name or in the united states. My dad was from angola which is two countries of south africa on the western coast.
"briana" Discussed on Everyonecast
"Were afraid that someone else's better than we are where afraid that someone else is going to be able to love this person more than we do. Get attached to this person more than we do. But when you're really coming from a place of self love and self confidence you realize that no one really can take your place. There's only one of you in the whole world so it's okay for the person that you care about to go and have these other experiences because at some point they're going to come back to you and you guys will have your time together and your opportunity to explore each other and as individuals and it can be a very beautiful thing where everyone is encouraging the growth and expansion of individuality as well as coupling or even more than that so it's really only limited by a person's ability to grow and change and their imagination and then of course the ability to find other people that are like minded and that you want to have that kind of relationship with but i have seen it and i have seen at work and it is a beautiful wonderful thing. Some people think that it's too idealistic to actually work. But i don't think it's something that we should ever really give up on just the same thing with marriages. I don't know that that's something that needs to be given up on an entirety. It works for some people and it doesn't work for others. I'm imagining a worst case scenario. If i were to try something like that for example. Let's say the girl i'm dating. She finds three other partners that she's cool with and then me. I can't find anyone and i'm just like i'm stuck and then i just feel bad about myself you know. Yeah everything is different right. You've got the poly fidelity relationships and those end up being kind of exclusive. They're closed off..
"briana" Discussed on Everyonecast
"I am not the right person to be given any relationship advice myself. So i'm glad you can give give some advice. I think the part point. Now where i've seen the good and the bad and so i can relate in that regard atmospheres relationship advice. I don't know. I think when someone comes in like. Hey i've got this issue. All i can do is speak from the heart of the situation of maybe what i would do. And then of course. They've gotta decide whether that's advice. That's good for them and their situation or not At china to impose anything on anyone because again since we are all spirits having a human experience here on this planet. It's really difficult for us to say. Oh well i've been there. I've done that. I know exactly how you fix that situation. He can't do that. everybody's different everybody's situation is unique to them even if it looks similar so it's very difficult to be like Yeah so this is exactly what you need to do. The best we can do is share experiences and Just maybe there's something out of there that they can that is beneficial to them. You also brought up poly-amorous yeah And this there's a lot of confusion about that In the united states. Paulie amery is the premise that you can love more than one person that you don't necessarily have to be an monogamous relationship just with one person and this could be inside or outside of marriage it doesn't have to have any kind of confines it's actually defined by what the people involved decide that it's going to be but it's always open. It's always ethical. It's always honest. And that's what makes it different than just having let's say a cheating type of relationship And i encourage everyone who is curious about that to look into it. It's not just how some people would describe it an excuse to cheat. It's much more something..
"briana" Discussed on Everyonecast
"That if if we steer off course let's say we did take that corporate job for ten or fifteen years. Whatever it is that we were passionate about in the beginning is still going to keep popping up. It's not gonna stop until we acknowledge it until we validated until we bring it into existence because that's the right path and that's the one that we're supposed to be on but we choose to ignore it for multitude of reasons we wanna fit in. We wanna have job security. We wanna make sure that you know. We've got a monthly paycheck at least if. Not you know biweekly. We wanna make sure they were doing the things that everyone else says were meant to do because otherwise we get those sidewards glances and we don't like those specific eight for corporate jobs because there's plenty of people who like those jobs that are very good at it. But i get what you're saying. I could have said that for anything could have been fast food. It wouldn't have really mattered. More each yeah. Yeah i know. The common being a lot of people can feel stuck in their corporate job wishing they were doing something better. So i get why we is a a homemaker and stay at home mom. I did that for fourteen years And after that when the happily ever after is really not so happy and you have to break away from that you realize you have nothing and you have to start over. It's much like that with a lot of life paths. I think people who have to go through divorce situations realized that More strongly than some of us because every dream that you had for your future has been wiped away and you have to start completely over and there's this morning process and we are allowed to grief and it should be that way with anything. That doesn't exactly work out the way we think it's going to regarding our long term plans on our livelihood and where we think we're gonna be as humans on this planet..
"briana" Discussed on Everyonecast
"There's so much in an organized religion doctrine that really doesn't fit me and so i couldn't all consciousness subscribe to that and to try to live my life in such a box because for me. That was hypocritical So my journey spiritually has been about soft discovery and realizing into that whatever the universe has in store with me the messages are going to come from within. If i am still enough and quiet enough to listen if i'm place of being receptive then the answers will come Inspiration also comes from other people comes from nature and if you're paying attention whatever it is you're looking for as far as answers to your path answers to your future. They're all around you. It's just a matter of whether or not we're taking the time to listen to that and that's one of the things that you know. I teach people to do. Is that a lot of the times we're looking on the outside looking towards social media were looking towards the news were looking towards today's events. Were looking towards all these leaders. We think that they all have the answer. But i think stomach that's also how we've kind of gotten astray. We think that someone is more suitable than we are to navigate our own life path and that can really take us down a winding road. That's not intended for us at all so taking a break from all of that Outside noise outside direction and looking inward and realizing that we are powerful creatures and that we can do so many great and wonderful things but we have to take the time to really listen and to quiet and still those outside noises Originally got interested in the ministry however because one of my sons is an lgbtq plus community and in all reality i am. I am too But i wanted to provide a service for him and his friends which he has an extensive amount of that fall within that realm that were accepting of their choices to be an certain types of relationship and things that society especially here in the midwest Don't really accept. These people love in a way that doesn't conform to traditional means and so a lot of times. They're on the outs and for them to find somebody who will perform something like a hand fasting service or marriage rights or even relationship. Counseling can be quite a challenge for them. So i wanted to open my heart and my door to people like that. Who might be looking for something. What would you suggest for somebody who. Let's say Hypothetical character who who may may do a podcast but doesn't really know like what they're doing in life..
"briana" Discussed on Everyonecast
"I didn't like the idea of that. I didn't like the idea of only catering to a certain dynamic because it was their preference to listen instead of to watch so Yeah i think. That's the other reason why i kind of switch things up just a bit way. Deserve video link. Yeah there is now So on youtube. If you put in the search i am brienna johnson. I think it's all one word. My stuff should come up. And then i also do behind the teas tea series on there for my tea company that i owned bahati company so if you typed in bahati he company and the search. You'd also find the videos for that that sub. Ah api interested. You brought up your own journey a lot. I wonder if you want to be more specific about that. And how this whole podcasts fits into your whole personal journey. Sure it's kind of in the public eye. Now right not to take things at surface value because i feel like in the past for generations and decades. That's kind of what we did. That's where stereotypes come from that's where our biases come from Outside of you of course being taught those things but for me People on the surface. Think that i came from something. That was more well to do than i did. They think i came from education. They think that My life to a certain point was probably just great. And i've had all kinds of support. The truth is is that i came from lower middle class that i was abused as a child almost beaten to death at the age of seven and then from there i married very very young just to try to escape the abuse and ended up in a really toxic relationship that lasted almost two decades. So the best part of my life and the best part of my years kind of i guess taken or squandered or used in a way. That wasn't quite so productive. I ended up losing my self identity and the path that i was meant to be beyond to cater to someone else's wishes and dreams and then after i realized that and got out of that relationship ended up into a worse relationship That was physically abusive. And so i kind of just went into the cycle but it's me and my family. We've seen all kinds of obstacles including being homeless. I've been homeless twice once with my my first husband and our four sons and then we lived in a makeshift cabin in the middle of nowhere and missouri for three years without running water and we just we were basically survival mode. And so there's there's all kinds of stories in there right. You've got the parenting issues. You've got the survival issues you've got. The lack of income was all during the housing crash of two thousand eight. We pretty much lost. Everything has been lost his job. We had to start all over. And then you've got the other aspects of you know extended family and community and their role in. Why didn't they step in help more. So there's all kinds of things along my path along my journey. That i've had to i guess unload the baggage a little bit at a time and separated and sorted. Burn a few articles of clothing. But that's the journey has been deep. It's been vast. And i tell people all the time you can live for five six different lifetimes and one lifetime and i feel like at this time the stage in my life. I'm forty two years old. I feel like i've already lived four of those lifetimes. And at some point. I might be courageous enough to write it all down into get into book format but for now it's suffices that it's on the podcasts..
"briana" Discussed on Everyonecast
"Your own episode on this show. My left ear enjoyed making this episode. I'm anthony salvanto and this is brianna johnson. Tallow you call me at a terrible time. Because i was busy. Listening to your podcast. Really you can talk about your podcast so on your truth is about systemic issues not just the griping about what's going on today but how we have kind of influenced that and in exchange how our environments and have programmed us so we we rigor part a lot of the issues there Systemically and you know stuff from being raised in certain environments to how we perceive things as an adult so we break through a lot of those different things on the podcast And then it's kind of like anything. That's that's taboo tune other people don't want to talk about uncertain podcast. We kind of break. Those open Everything from her actually identity to self esteem. Parenting issues relationship is shoes anything. That's going on with the civil rights were all we are in it. We are in the thick of it. How do you find guests well at first What i was interested in is other people stories. you've listened to the first part of the podcasts. Most of them were about me. My journey into self discovery and reprogramming myself. But what i have come to find out is that not only. Does everyone have a story. Everyone has something that they're passionate about and all you have to do is really ask someone. What is it that you care about and right there. There's an episode for a podcast and that's really how it began but now since the words kind of gotten out i now have people that are coming to me and asking if they can be on the podcast. Which as a podcast. You can is very very thrilling. So that's that's something. I didn't think that i would experience especially not in my first year of being a podcast her. Yeah because you've been doing this podcast for a good while now. Yeah we're coming up on the anniversary the second season we're doing a second season launch. It's going to be a live cast We're going to have that on. Youtube and instagram live and we will have a live audience that night as well. We have Midst it's invitation only. It's at a nice little wine bar in downtown springfield missouri and we actually have two different sets of panels coming in and do some discussions. The first one is self identity self expression and so i'm asking members of the artistic community to come in and speak to us about their journeys and then the second panel is the z's having some young bloods come in and discuss with us their experience of covert and how it's really impacted their social development and then we have some live entertainers in between The different sessions. That are gonna come in. Entertain us a little..
Justice Department Launches Investigation Into Louisville Policing Practices
"Department announcing an investigation into the Louisville Metro Police Department. Here is a B C's. There in Qatar ski Following the year of outrage over the police shooting of Briana Taylor, the Justice Department began and invest. Negation into whether Louisville police have a history of discriminatory policing a step Welcome by Mayor Greg Fischer. The recommendations of this DOJ review will help us continue to pursue our efforts. Hard being the bullet Best Police department in America. The investigation will review training, examine use of force stops and seizures and how the department conducts search warrants like the one that led to the death of Taylor. The city settled with her family for $12 million and took other steps toward reform.
US Launches Investigation Into Louisville Police Practices
"Into Louisville's policing practices. The investigation comes as police in this Kentucky city are under fire after the March 2020 fatal shooting of Briana Taylor. She was unarmed and in her home while police were executing what's called a no knock search warrant. Good afternoon. I'm joined today by our recently confirmed Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco and I recently confirmed Associate Attorney General. I need a Gupta. They are leaders of great ability and integrity. And I am very happy that they have returned to serve again at the Justice Department. The department is stronger or their presence. United States Department of Justice is a federal law enforcement agency comprised of thousands of law enforcement officers who collaborate with and support our colleagues throughout our nation's police departments. We are uniquely aware of the challenges faced by those Serve as police officers. You see their commitment firsthand every day, and we recognize the complex issues that make their already difficult jobs even harder. The Justice Department is also charged with ensuring that the constitutional and federal statutory rights of all people are protected. As I explained last week, Congress has authorized the department to conduct pattern or practice investigations. Help it fulfill that responsibility. Those investigations and the recommendations and actions that ensue do not only protect individual civil rights They also assist police departments developing measures to increase transparency and accountability. Those qualities are necessary to building trust between law enforcement and the communities they serve. And community trust is essential to making policing more effective and less dangerous or officers on the street. Today. The Justice Department
Justice Department to Investigate Louisville Police Department
"Investigators will be looking into another big city Police Department Attorney General Merrick Garland says the Justice Department investigation will focus on the number of practices and policies of the Louisville Police Department. It will determine whether l m p d engages in unconstitutional stops. Searches and seizures, as well as whether the department unlawfully execute search warrants on private homes. Louisville police have been under increased scrutiny since the death last year of Briana Taylor. She was killed, his police were enforcing a no knock warrant at her home.
Kentucky limits no-knock warrants after Breonna Taylor's death
"Several bills governor Bashir signed into law today. Bashir signed Senate Phill four, which strictly limits no knock warrants in the state. This is meaningful change. It will save lives, and it moves us in the right direction. The legislation was introduced in the wake of Briana Taylor's death by police in Louisville. The city has already banned no knock warrants. The governor of also signing a bill that awards tuition
How much money do you need to be happy?
"Time and time again. Research has shown that not on Lee You need a finite amount of money to be happy, but that prioritizing things like friendships, hobbies and family may actually lead to long term. Well being. Reporter Brian Walsh, it Milly has a look at some of the studies. Briana, What are we learning? Well, I think that what everybody knows is that Americans are pressed for time right now. And the pressure that you don't have enough time to complete. What you want to do is leading to a lot of unhappiness. So that was kind of the overall scene that I found from the article and the really most important muscle. That I learned from the study published in 2018 in nature, human behavior that sounds that the ideal salary for life satisfaction is $105,000 a year. Not for an individual or a family it would run for it would be $210,000 a year, but basically it found that if you make less than that, you struggled to pay for loans. You struggle the paper based that kind of life necessities. And if you make more than that, You are often working harder and spending less time at home, Speaking with Freon Walsh control contributor at Millie, and she's written a piece entitled Here's Exactly How to Spend your Money if you Want to be happier. About the value of time and there also, I think positive, people said they were kind of more happy when they were focused on hobbies and friendships. Yes, exactly so that people who they this is a study that just studied 1000 recent college graduates and some of these recent college graduate chose careers. That were more intrinsically motivated, meaning that they would spend a little bit of their week working. But they had a lot more free time. And then some of the recent college graduates chose careers that were extra sickly motivated, so they were making a lot of money on, you know, hypothetically saving money, but it's something that the people that shows the careers that were left high pressure and left high stress often. On prioritize things like friendship. Andre Spending time on Hobby is a lot more, and that generally leads to more kind of long term feelings of satisfaction and happiness about the impact of just to a little bit of savings. Yeah, that was really interesting. You know, Atsu beginning of the pandemic, we found that a lot of Americans did not have that three months of emergency. Fabian's only 23% of Americans. There's a lot of talk about how you know Americans or not. I'm not really been able to say then that leads to a lot of Anxiety, especially the bigness of pandemic when everything shut down. But in 2017 researchers with the Urban Institute on the families that had even a little of $250 saved Avoided. Ah lot of things like being evicted, missing belt payments, applying for payday loans that have long term really negative financial consequences. So this idea that you have to have the reruns of emergency savings is great. The reality is that most people don't have that much money on. Moreover, you might not even really need that much money in order to kind of feel a sense of safety on kind of happiness in your daily life and finish up with that study about how giving away money makes us feel good. Yeah. I mean, I think that's pretty obvious. You know, if you walk that somebody you know who's asking for a dollar on the street, you feel a little bit better if you give away that dollar, as opposed to just kind of ignoring it. Um, well, if you have a friend who's going through something really rough, buying them a coffee feels really good. So these researchers 2017 at the University of Dork gave 50 people $100 and told them to give it away over the course of four weeks. Um, excuse me. Half of them are instructed to keep the money on. Half of them were instructed Tonto give it away, and the people who gave it away reported much higher levels of satisfaction and happiness. S so the lesson is that you don't need to be like a philanthropist like just basis and feel good giving away money. You could give away that pocket change or whatever. And it really does kind of lead to similar feelings of doing something kind for
Seattle recovering after violent weekend, police arrest 13 in protests
"Of violent protests. Police arrested 13 people Saturday night for leaving a trail of destruction through parts of downtown. Was Jonathan show reports on a new video of protesters at Occidental Park. It also talks to police chief Adrian de as the person who sent us. This footage managed to infiltrate the group and secretly recorded several minutes. Of a postmortem with the marchers. Ah, group leader can be heard scolding and dressing down the protesters for being sloppy and lacking coordination after as PD arrested 13 people for things like obstruction, resisting arrest and assaulting officers. We're also getting a better sense of how the group strategizes and prepares for a demonstration, the group leader says. They know the Seattle Police Department's understaffed and vulnerable, reminding marchers. They face zero consequences unless they commit a felony and have free rein on the streets. As long as they stayed disciplined and focused. James Watt, we've been hyping up. Everyone's like what you hear ready, but never shall we don't be Because you know what that allows them to do. Grab on. You know what that does way could start numbers getting arrested. Help anybody you don't Because now I got to go sit in front of the jail for my friends she handle don't have the resources we could only get arrested and forgive them. Well, if you do your research on how our coms handle things, we are understaffed, and I have expressed that you know that we aren't extreme level of staffing crisis. However, we are still making arrests, and it doesn't matter if it's for felony or misdemeanor. We are still going to make arrests when it comes to property damage. Assault Obstruction, Social Media post suggest the demonstration was planned to commemorate the one year anniversary of Briana Taylor's killing by police in Louisville, Kentucky. On Saturday evening. Police athe direct action marchers here in Seattle also vandalized the Starbucks store and broke windows on several businesses. Authorities say the 13 people arrested were released, but some could face potential charges. At another time. Dr. Oz has now met the man whose
13 Arrested During March in Downtown Seattle
"Seattle Police arrested 13 people after demonstration turned destructive in downtown Seattle. The march Saturday night was planned to protest the killing of Briana Taylor, who was killed by police. One year ago. The police made arrests after multiple storefronts were vandalized it second and Leonora Street. More arrests were made for assaulting an officer resisting arrest and obstruction.
Marking one year since the police killing of Breonna Taylor
"Ralliers observed the day one year ago that Louisville police shot and killed Briana Taylor in her home. Family and supporters were there to remember her and to continue calling for racial justice. Elena Klibanoff of member station W. F. PL has more. I'm here in downtown Louisville and Jefferson Square Park, which protesters have re branded in Justice Square Park. There been protest down here since the summer every day. This is by far the biggest crowd we've seen in months, though. It's a couple 100 people there listening to speakers, including Taylor's family, her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, and local leaders, all of whom seemed to feel that justice has not been served for Taylor, and their sentiment is that the fight continues. Eleanor Klibanoff reporting.
Breonna Taylor: Protest marks anniversary of police killing
"One year anniversary of the deadly police shooting of Briana Taylor, police or people are gathering in Louisville, Kentucky, to demand the charges be leveled against the police officers involved. The young black woman was shot to death in her home by police following a no knock entry that got them inside the wrong apartment.
Marking one year since the police killing of Breonna Taylor
"The family of Briana Taylor is addressing a rally in Louisville, Kentucky, on the day one year ago when the 26 year old black woman was killed in her apartment by police in a botched raid. City agreed to a $12 million civil settlement. Louisville Police also agreed to make reforms, but the Taylor family, their supporters and their attorney, Ben Crump, say that hasn't happened. We still don't have The officers involved have been fired. But we're not charged with homicide, though a federal probe continues
Experts Doubt Royal Family Will Break Silence on Allegations from Oprah Interview
"No comment from Buckingham Palace on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle is Blockbuster interview with Oprah and CBS. Royal biographer Hugo Vickers doubts the Royals and tend to directly address the allegations of racism and hostility raised in the interview, think they're likely to engage in a kind of war between two parties, which across the tabloid press would greatly enjoyed, But there's growing pressure on the palace to address what's shaping up to be the biggest PR crisis for Britain's Royals since the death of Princess Diana Vicky bar. For CBS News. London More than 12 Million people in the UK Watch the interview on ITV last night 17 million watched in the U. S on Sunday. Ah, judge in Louisville has dropped all charges against Briana Taylor's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, w El Ky TVs. Erica Fox Locker was facing charges of attempted murder for firing on the officers serving and no knock warrant hitting one of them in the leg. Walker has maintained he did not know they were officers. The Commonwealth attorney filed a motion last week to dismiss the charges with prejudice, meaning they cannot be brought again. Briana Taylor was shot to death by police with a drug warrant for someone else. President Biden's German shepherds are in the doghouse reports they major in champ have been sent back to the first family's home in Wilmington. After one of them bit. A member of the White House security team. Major, who's three is the first rescue dog to take up residence at the White House. He's reportedly been barking and lunging at staff. This is CBS News. Del semi annual sale for business business has has arrived. arrived. Save Save up up to to 45% 45% on on Dell Dell Computers Computers powered powered by by Intel. Intel. Core Core processors. processors. Just Just call call 877 877 Ask Ask Del Del
Judge dismisses charges against Breonna Taylor's boyfriend
"Charges being dropped against Briana Taylor's boyfriend. He shot at officers during the raid in which Taylor was killed. Prosecutors admitted Kenneth Walker acted in self defense. Jury
Judge dismisses charges against Breonna Taylor's boyfriend
"Judge has permanently dismissed charges against the boyfriend of Briana Taylor. Kenneth Walker was charged with assault and attempted murder of a police officer following the drug raid that killed Brianna Taylor last year. He claims he fired in self defense are going. He did not know the men were police. While the charges were later dropped without prejudice, the Commonwealth's attorney wanted them dismissed with prejudice. On Monday, The Jefferson County Circuit Court judge did just that, meaning the charges can no longer be refiled.
Spring-like temperatures predicted for the end of the week in Washington DC
"Forecast. Wait until we get to Thursday. Here's NBC force. Rianna Burma solo. Yeah, you know, the good news is we kind of just gradually warm up every day. We get closer to Thursday. So tomorrow morning, definitely feeling like winter By Thursday afternoon. Spring is here and will feel those signs of spring much earlier than that. Now, this is officially the second toe last week of winter spring this year, the equinox march 20th 2021 s So as we look ahead to what is officially the last week of winter will be seen twenties to start my Day, then turning to low fifties. Very mild and comfortable. Tomorrow afternoon, Tuesday, mid sixties sunny skies Wednesday, upper sixties possibly 70 degrees in the district with plenty of sunshine. Thursday. We've got low seventies the warmest day of the week. Clouds return on Friday. A chicken our current temperatures, Manassas, It is 27 degrees, Occoquan 29 degrees and college Park 30 degrees, Briana. Thank you very much 38 degrees right now outside our studios brought to you by new look home design.
NFL Honors: Seattle Seahawks' Russell Wilson announced as 2020 Walter Payton Man of the Year
"But it's also a weekend where some top NFL honors of the year have been announced for me. Abed Buffet of Coma Sports says there's a Seahawk player among these honors. Russell Wilson is the epitome of what you want from a franchise player. No, he's never won the M v P, But he's a great athlete and an even better person. At the NFL honors, the league recognized that Wilson's value stretches far beyond The white lines. Russell Wilson was named the Walter Payton, NFL Man of the year for his charitable acts and excellent on and off the field with the help of his wife, Sierra Wilson, and the Why not You foundation donated one million meals to feeding America's food lifeline. In October, Wilson announced their latest efforts of starting the Why not You Academy who will be a charter school set to open next fall for the award, Wilson will receive $290,000. Go towards the white, not you Foundation. 2020 was the most difficult times of history, losing a sports icon like Kobe in a movie star and Chadwick witnessing losing George Floyd. Right in front of her eyes. A modern Briana and so many others the loss of so many because of this monster of a pandemic called Covert 19. We've lost so many things, but, Dad, I wish you were here. You to tell the world love changes things. Wilson is the second Seahawk to win the award after Steve Largent in 1988 and rightfully so. The list of contributions include partnering with the United Way's United Last Mile campaign, which is delivered 860,000 miles across King County, along with wine that you foundation Wilson has also helped raise more than $9 million for pediatric cancer research to go along. The hundreds of patients he's visited at the Seattle Children's Hospital since coming to the northwest and 2012 and this past fall he joined I am of voter to encourage voter registration. Nationwide. That's
Breonna Taylor grand jurors file impeachment petition against Kentucky attorney general
"Grand jurors involved in the Briana Taylor case are filing a petition to impeach Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron. Three grand jurors who sought to speak about the case and how it was handled in the courtroom, along with other concerned citizens, filed the petition. The accused Cameron of breach of public trust, failure to comply with duties, abuse of office and more. Cameron's office presented the case in September, which resulted in one indictment for former Louisville Metro police officer Brett Hankerson on three wanton endangerment charges. He was one of three officers who fired shots the night of Briana Taylor's
"briana" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Hey also went on to comment and said it didn't take long to be contacted by the client, either. It was Friday afternoon s 02 days after UM, press conference in the indictment. Well, I'm sure this is gonna be just fine and we'll lay out the details. Obviously on what the grand jury decided. I don't think they're going to be hiding anything. I think the grand jury made up of regular citizens. Made a decision based on what they heard A CZ evidence was presented. So when police officers were fired upon, there's a pretty good chance you can count on being fired back at And that's what took place right there. So yes, this will come out. But the protest do continue over the situation that involved Briana Taylor. Unfortunately. She died in all of this, but ah You have the deep story on all of this. Obviously her her boyfriend, ex boyfriend that was also picked up that morning was it was a drug dealer. In this house. He kept using that address as A place that he was at all the time. That's why they went. There is one of five locations they they broke in, you know, busted into and you know, surged and went after that morning that all this took place. Once again horrible that Briana Taylor lost your life, but That was a a drug environment that she was involved with, and ah You know, you deal drugs. You run with a crowd of people that are doing drugs. At some point police they're going to show up and if they're fired upon their going to return fire, so Ah grand jury. They made their decision. But now the transcripts will be released and we'll see what goes on from there It is. 6 38, Alabama's Morning news. Tie west from the Birmingham business journals..
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"From NPR News. I'm Scott time. And we expect President Trump to officially announced this afternoon that Amy Cockney Barrett is his choice for the Open seat. On the U. S. Supreme Court course. This comes just 38 days before Election Day Fact, many people in some states are voting already. But Senate Republicans say they hope for a quick confirmation. We turned out NPR senior editor and correspondent Ron Elving Ron thanks so much for being with us Good to be with you, Scott even before there was a name. Lindsey Graham, chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, said that he could hold hearings and schedule a vote on enough time for the Senate to vote before Election Day now putting aside questions that have been raised this week. About the contradiction between that position and the position Senate Republicans had four years ago. Is a rapid confirmation possible. It appears anything is possible. Scott when you have a Senate majority facing a political ultimatum from a president they support An ultimatum that comes with a political deadline in election under different circumstances. You Khun Bet many of the same senators would be waxing eloquent as on the senator's can about the need for deliberation and do deliver it due deliberation, diligence. The need for lots of vetting and extensive hearings, rounds of questions, a full length floor debate. But right now, the president is saying those things amount to nothing more than delay. And his troops in the Senate are falling in line president was hardly subtle inside in the upcoming election as hastening what he sees as the need for a new justice. I think this will end up in the Supreme Court. And I think it's very important that we have nine justices. Now eight justices can decide any case that arises. From any election. Cathy Yes, so so long as they can get a majority for that decision, But they could have some 4 to 4 ties, which would mean that the rulings of lower courts would then stand and the president might lose in some of those rulings. So he wants nine justices here in Washington. Three of whom will have been his pics. But eight justices was all we had for a full year after Justice and and Scalia died in 2016. Senate Republicans did not see a problem with that At the time, they said, the American people should have a say in who chose the new justice and as it turns out, The American people still want tohave A say Scott on ABC Washington Post poll released Friday had almost 60% of Americans saying that the choice of a new justice should wait until After the election, including 60% of independence, But look, this is not a majoritarian presidency. Trump did not win even a plurality when he was elected. And he has made relatively little effort to expand his base. Since. If anything, he's more committed than ever to hardening his bass boat and keeping it highly motivated. Of course, an astonishing moment in Wednesday's briefing this week, let's let's just listen to it one more time. Will you commit to making sure that there is a peaceful transfer Ferral of power after the election? You have to see what happens. You know that. I've been complaining very strongly about the ballots and the balance, sir. Disaster on that people are writing. Do you commit to making sure that there's a measles wantto get rid of the ballots and you have a very transfer have a very peaceful There won't be a transfer. Frankly, there'll be a continuation. Now. When the president says, get rid of the ballots, Scott he's talking about votes that air mailed in rather than cast in person. Now that might include the president's own absentee ballot. But setting that aside, most of the people asking for absentee ballots this year have been Democrats. So far, absentee ballots can take longer to count and the president is clearly concerned. That is those ballots come in, and are counted any lead that he might have on election night will be endangered. Course run as we cast back over American history for a long time. People were denied the right to vote because gender or race then road box were set up to discourage voting during the Jim Crow era on other impediments that persists to this day. Are we seeing this year and in perfect system more? Clearly, we're seeing and already in perfect system beginning to fail. Much that has happened this year has disrupted that system and shown the flaws of our system in the harsh light. But if there is a silver lining in all of this, got it. Maybe the increased awareness Americans have about the need to get involved. Get some good information, Make sure they're registered and make sure they vote and that greater awareness that just could be important. NPR's Ron Elving. Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you, Scott. There no direct charges against police in the killing of Briana Taylor. Prosecutors had officers fired in self defence. The one indictment of Brett Hankinson was for recklessly firing into another apartment during the raid. On Briana Taylor's home. The grand jury's finding means no criminal charges Khun be pursued. Course, there have been protests around the country to Louisville officers were shot during demonstrations there they are recovering. Ryan Nichols is president of the River City Fraternal Order of Police Large 614, which represents Louisville police and joins us now, thanks for being with us. Thank you, sir. Grounded. Taylor was an innocent public servant, a medical technician shot in her own apartment. Let's ask youto listen to what one Louisville protester Orville Collins. I said to one of our reporters on the street, but he'll go to jail every day for they do the police. Don't go to Jefferson. They do. But we are right. Can you see, sir? Why Briana Taylor's family and so many people around the country or outraged unhurt. Yes, I can understand the hurt that comes from the tragic loss of anyone. Well, would you be in favor of the grand jury transcripts being made public? I am in favor of I believe the attorney general conducted a thorough and unbiased investigation. I believe he is still proceeding with A criminal prosecution for one officer. Obviously, we can't speak further about that, because of that further criminal prosecution. We believe it's important to remind everyone that that officer is innocent until proven guilty and should be afforded the rights of due process like every American citizen and I feel the attorney general will make those decisions. Based on the law here in Kentucky, and what he feels is appropriate to do in this specific case that I have asked. You say, the attorney general conducted Ah, fair and full investigation. All you really know about it is is what the finding of the grand jury and what he said. How do you know it was a fair in full investigation if the transcripts are not made public We? We do believe that, In fact, the Louisville Metro Police Department Public integrity unit was conducting a thorough investigation prior to turning that investigation over to the attorney general. We have faith that the attorney general executed the duties of his office and a fair and unbiased manner. And the process is occurring as the law allows it to occur. City of Louisville is paying a settlement of $12 million to Briana Taylor's family. Does that suggest to you that the case against the conduct of these officers once it's made public might be very imposing indeed. The city chooses to do. How the city chooses to settles. Cases in different times is completely up to the mayor. This case was settled prior to the Decision of the grand jury coming out. That's within the mayor's purview. To do that. I can't speak as to why specifically, he he chose to do that at that time. Two officers as I don't have to tell your Louisville officers were shot on Wednesday. They're recovering. Have the actions of the officers who conducted the raid in which Rianna Taylor was shot five times. And received no medical attention for more than 20 minutes, 20 minutes. Made it difficult to be a police officer in Louisville now and to be trusted by the public whom you serve..
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"They go to break in. And the person who's currently living with Briana Taylor at the time. Taylor's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, When he says he heard the pounding of the door. Didn't hear them say police and he fired a shot. Cause he was scared. Thought they were breaking in. Then the police fired back. Three police officers. Shooting approximately 20 rounds. It looks like 10 of them from one police officer will get to him in a second. Rianna Taylor was stuck was struck. Excuse me five times. And died in the hallway of her apartment. The subsequent search of her apartment found no drugs. It is a tragic, tragic Killing But it's not murder murder. Requires intention. There was zero evidence that there was an intention to kill Briana Taylor. There is zero evidence that anything to with race What happened was a shot was fired at the police hit one of the police officers, and they fired back. So Jefferson County grand jury. They have now. Released. They're ruling. On criminal charges for those police officers. I'm gonna tell you what that is and reaction on it in just a 2nd 855 400 Savage Get you onboard the program. 85 500 Savage..
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"Cops shot and killed. Briana take who I was going to say, I don't sound like my man No, no, no, no Justice is when you have to pay. So you know what justice is Justice the definition of justice. It's when you get what you deserve. That's justice. Mercy. Mercy is when you don't get what you deserve, still fighting her family because someone has to pay for killing this woman. Yeah, her family said they're not stopping there. Not backing down. Yeah. Supersede Basi data came with this settlement, like Take your money and go head on. Yeah, Yeah, That's exactly what they're probably now We'll take some money. We were going prestige. Charged. Yeah, Somebody still has to, you know, pay for. You know what they did? This is horrible. This is money doesn't bring her back. And yes, Yeah, That's just it's not everything. Yes, just one step were steel still fighting for justice for her. She's dead, and she didn't have to be young. Yeah, Yeah, yeah. I mean, that's progress in the right direction, You know, take some time. Some of the financial burden off the family. But they're still fighting. They still want justice. So there are 48 days left. 48 now seven weeks, 48 days left until the November 3rd election..
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"BRIANNA welcome to most street. . Thank you so much. . Maybe we should start with a description of where you work because it's an old gas station turned into coffee shop pastry. . Destination. . So so what does it look like and what is it like working at? ? Gas? ? Station. . It's really beautiful. . It's like a big white building. . It's got that kind of awning out front like it was never actually gas station. . It was actually a body shop they worked on brakes and shocks and cars they would lift him up inside that kind of thing. . So it has that really beautiful sixties shape to it. . You know it's kind of wide and lots of front window big windows in the front and a big awning out front into the parking lot. . So there's a lot of room to hang out there the light streams in and it's <hes> basically a big open space that we built a kitchen. . So you have this. . Vote interesting view of baking. . This is a quote from you. . You're talking about a tray of biscuits. . They referring to the biscuits do the thing that I've asked them to do already they're alive the little. . Hands they pop up in the right way. . The top looks right. . They lean over just a little. . That is the moment that keeps me doing it. . So you have this <hes> personification of of baking goods as friends or or or people you like to spend time with is that right? ? Yeah, , I think. So . I mean I think <hes> it's. . Like anything you do with someone else kind of like a transaction of sorts you know I'm trying to. . Coax. . Something out of the ingredients or the combination of ingredients in the oven or something like that <hes> I think. . Yeah. . especially with <hes> biscuits, it's , easy to talk about that idea because every single little thing you do with your hands and your fingers results in that <hes>. . That top or that lien or the flake you know. . So yeah, , that's kind of how I think of it. . I think I read somewhere that you have PTSD when it comes to muffins because you've made thousands of them is that true? ? Have you got onto some could've recovery clinic and our back into muffins again man it's tough. . I would say I'm very very slowly gingerly tenderly coming back around to the MUFFIN. . But yeah, , when I was probably like twenty four. . I went back to Martha's vineyard for a short time. . I was in love with this guy this musician that lived there and I thought. . If I leave my sort of post college what's coming next kind of life and I go back to Martha's Vineyard we're GONNA, , fall in love and get married and lived together forever, , and so I went back and I <hes>. . A worked at this. . Pretty, , crappy little sandwich up and. . I Made Muffins at like five in the morning every morning. . So many I mean I can't I don't even know how to talk about it. . We would make the mixture in like. . Huge vats and then store them in home. . Depot. . Buckets. . Five. . Gallon. . Home Depot buckets in this dirty walk in and the place was owned by this crazy guy. . Who has never really there he just kind of left it up to the teenagers in the twenty year olds and we would come in hung over and it'd be like five am and I'd be scooping like really crappy muffins out of these five gallon buckets. . But. . We had to make them. You . know that was his recipe, , the muffin mixture, , and then you added blueberries are like Bananas Walnuts or whatever, , and and there were huge. . They were like the size of like a like a softball and we sold so many I can't even begin to tell you and I just never liked them thought the could be better, , but it wasn't my job to change it and I just saw so many muffins it became this like Muffin nightmare so. . Let's talk about your interesting way of combining ingredients. . I remember last summer you did a chocolate cake with juniper in it or Pineapple and married Rosemary or apple with fed. . So you have this herbal savory mix was something fruity or sweet <hes> you just end up doing this because. . It's two in the morning and you just chance upon it spent. . Months Thinking about these combinations in scientifically. . Both I think all of the above <hes>. . Yes. . Sometimes it just. . I mean, , it sounds silly and cliche but sometimes, , it just POPs into my head. I . think that probably happens with a lot of people out there the more that I eat and the more that I see food around in the world the more things there are kind of Ping Pong around in my brain and so if I'm thinking about making something, , you know it's almost like just reaching into like a bucket of fish or something you know there's so much that I like and so much that I've seen 'em excited about that <hes>. . Sometimes. . Something will just jump out to me or I kind of want to. . Make something. . That feels right for the season or something like that. . That chocolate juniper cake was sort of like a fall winter wintertime <hes>. . You know that that the inception of that cake was like deep winter thinking about like richness and cold weather and sort of like this is gonna sound silly but <hes> like rich <hes> beautiful kind of medieval feasts you know and like what might be on the table and <hes> something kind of mellow but strong flavored <hes>. . It's also really beautiful juniper berries. . Gorgeous. . It's not really a barrier it's almost more like a pinecone. . What we do at the bakeries roast to them, , and they start to release their oils and they get this crazy fragrant smell fills the kitchen we try to do it. . When it's not busy 'cause it is almost of weird crazy smell and people aren't necessarily sure if they like it but then you grind it up and <hes> we make ground toasted juniper and it so it just. . It's really beautiful smell it's it's deep and Woodsy, , but also floral, , and it just seems to pair really nicely with chocolate and it's it's really good. It's . almost like you bite into it and you're not exactly sure what it is. .
"briana" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Old black man by Louisiana police is now under Investigation Trafford. Pellerin was killed by police Friday night in Lafayette, Louisiana, the state police Bureau of Investigation says. The incident happened after police responded to a report of a person armed with a knife at a convenience store. They say the suspect fled the scene on foot and was later taste by officers, but he kept running. The report says. He then ran inside another convenience store where he was shot by police. He was pronounced dead at the hospital. The Internet was recorded on video and posted on social media. That was Jim Forbes reporting. Portland, Oregon is rocked by another night of violence. Police say they had force protesters away from a law enforcement building. Also, a riot was eventually declared after police there say officers were ahead with rocks, bottles and many other objects. Hours earlier, dueling demonstrations by right wing as well as left wing protesters turned violent. This was the latest round of violent demonstrations and protests held in Portland since the death of George Floyd in the custody of Minneapolis Police on Memorial Day May 25th Honoring Briana Taylor, a Social justice group begins a day's long event in Louisville to call attention to the shooting death of the medical technician inside her home during a botched police raid. The group until freedom is holding a first of its kind community convention focused on the police involved shooting at the Briana Taylor. They're calling it Briana Con. Includes workshops, training, empowerment programs, a community barbecue, faith Revival and Maur. The event will conclude August 25th with nonviolent direct action training than a demonstration through the streets of Louisville. The group says it will escalate the urgent call for justice for Briana Taylor and the Louisville community. Ryan Burrow. ABC NEWS STAYING Informed.
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"Over the death of Briana Taylor, who was killed in a botched police drug raid. Three people were wounded when a gun accidentally fired by one of the black militia members would happen around one o'clock this afternoon. Hurricane Hannah is finally making landfall on Texas Padre Island National Hurricane Center says it made landfall at 15 miles north of Port Mansfield this afternoon with maximum winds of 90 miles an hour. National hurricane centers. Stacey Stewart says hand is the first hurricane of the 2020 Atlantic season. Even though it's coming a little earlier than the traditional start. We're approaching the heart of hurricane season, which is generally the three months August September October Now is good time for people to prepare this one form in the Gulf of Mexico, uh, relatively short notice in terms of it becoming a hurricane, But as we get deeper into the hurricane season per case tend to get stronger. And we just need to be prepared. Meanwhile, Hawaii staring down Hurricane Douglas threaten to pummel the islands with dangerous surf, strong winds and flash floods. Douglass expected to weaken, though, as it passes over cooler waters. And encounters wind shear closer to the island's news and analysis, said townhall dot com A leaf factor. Effective pain relief. That really, really works. How do I know that? I don't have a script. I don't have talking points. I live it. I've been taking it for a year and 1/2. I had lower back pain issue that had been plaguing me for nine years, almost a decade. I took really factor for two weeks. Yes, two weeks and my pain was gone, and it's still gone. That's the experience of Tens of thousands of Americans who are taking really factor right now. Don't take my word for it, see their incredible video testimonials. That really factor dot com.
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"In the case of paramedic Briana Taylor shot dead in her home by police with a no knock warrant. Family representatives say it was part of an operation to gentrify the neighborhood. Lawyers for Briana Taylor's family have filed new court documents claiming a police squad called place based investigations purposely misled narcotics detectives. Target a home on Taylor's block, making them believe the officers were busting one of the city's largest violent crime and drug rings. But the lawyers say it was actually part of a major gentrification makeover as the city moves forward with a multimillion dollar development plan. A spokesperson for Louisville's mayor calls the allegations outrageous and without foundation. Nobody's been arrested in Taylor's death. Bryan Burrough ABC News Texas is just one of the state's work open. 19 cases are on the rise in Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner is calling on the Texas Republican Party to cancel next week's convention. All of our compasses. All of our conventions that was scheduled to be in the city of Houston at the George R. Brown have cancel our been rescheduled to next year, with the exception of one And that's the state Republican Convention. New Orleans is Autobot Zoo says to money It's 13 year old endangered western lowland gorilla is pregnant. Keeper's air, helping her prepare to be a mother with a training doll fashion from a tough Kansas firehose. This is ABC News. David Horowitz, author of Blitz Is predicting more protests against President Trump this summer. In Blitz Horowitz warns Antifa wants to stop Trump Blitz.
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"Broken down on 8 41 Come in north bound at the just north of the east and tunnels are next report is in 15 minutes. I'm Jason Erhard News Radio, 8 40 w. You okay? Why Meteorologist Mammal? Oh ceviche with a Monday forecast. It'll feature partly sunny skies. It's going to be hot and humid, with highs near 92 that heat humidity will pop up a chance of some showers and storms in the afternoon. Those will diminish this evening with a warm low of 75 tonight will hit 93 tomorrow again with the chances on pop up showers and storms in the afternoon. We'll keep that chance of a cooling shower on Wednesday, but high stay hot. At 95 Wook Y forecast a meteorologist Matt Melissa, Veg, Kentucky. Anna's breaking news, weather and traffic station. This's news radio. Wait 40 W. H. J s Your news now. Mural of Briana Taylor, David Makati and George Floyd. All killed at the hands of police has been unveiled in Louisville. It's called, say their names. It features protest messages. Like arrest. The cops that killed Briana Taylor and I can't breathe. George Floyd's last words. Taylor was fatally shot by police March 13th while cops were serving a narcotics warrant in her Louisville home. One of the three officers who shot into her home has been fired along with the police chief. David Makati is the restauranteur fatally shot by a national Guard member, and George Floyd, who died in police custody in Minneapolis in May. Kentucky State Police continue their investigation into an officer involved shooting a week ago. Today, the preliminary autopsy report shows John Parks died as a result of gunshot wounds sustained in an altercation with law enforcement I Sandy Collins, CBS News update. HEALTH officials are concerned Pack July 4th parties will fuel the Corona virus come back. New records continue to be said in places like Florida and Texas, former CDC.